"-O -pipe" is all I use for kernel and world builds.

The kernel config file from my work box is attached.

I have never built gcc from ports.

I always use "config -r" when building kernels.

I dont use modules as I have everything I need in my kernel
including COMPAT_LINUX.

And as I said before I removed all ports so that my testing is
with XFree86, xaos and any supporting libraries all compiled
after my world and kernel build.  Did you do something similar ?

I am using XFree86 3.3.6 on both machines.

If it comes down to particular video cards,

My work machine has:

  VESA: v1.2, 2048k memory, flags:0x0, mode table:0xc00c09da (c00009da)
  VESA: S3 Incorporated. Trio64V+

My home machine has a "3dfx Velocity 100 AGP with 8MB SGRAM" which is
detected as a Voodoo 3 by the VESA code.

Martin Cracauer wrote:
> In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Martin Cracauer wrote:
> > In <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, David O'Brien wrote:
> > > On Fri, Jun 02, 2000 at 04:42:29PM +0930, Matthew Thyer wrote:
> > > > Three issues:
> > > > - floating point math doesn't seem to work properly:
> >
> > I don't have a -current machine I want to delete all ports from, but I
> > have a -current from yesterday, I compiled xaos on it and libpng,
> > which is the only dependency of xaos.  That leave XFree as the only
> > non-recompiled thing in the chain.
> >
> > Works fine.
> OK, now I am pissed.  I also recompiled and restarted X11 to trace
> this down, only to find that some stupid error in Xwrapper breaks
> xinit and I had to roll my own xinit.
> Anyway, now I am running everything in the pipe compiled within the
> last 24 hours on a fresh -current and xaos work just fine.
> > > It could also be poorly written ASM code in the things you were running.
> > > The old Binutils let people write inconsistent and illegal ASM.
> >
> > xoas and png themself do not have assembler files.  Xfree servers have
> > some, but not in floating point related things.
> >
> > Where is the information that this is a floating-point problem from?
> >
> > Matthew, do you possibly use a custom gcc from /usr/local/bin and the
> > native assembler or vice versa?
> Also, what level of optimization do you use?
> Martin
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# $FreeBSD: FUZZ,v 5.5 2000/05/30 10:59:00 +09:30 thyerm Exp $
# based on $FreeBSD: src/sys/i386/conf/LINT,v 1.775 2000/05/22 15:00:40 dan Exp $
machine         i386
ident           "FUZZ"
maxusers        64
options         INCLUDE_CONFIG_FILE     # Include this file in kernel
cpu             I686_CPU
options         CPU_FASTER_5X86_FPU
options         NO_F00F_HACK
options         COMPAT_43               # Compatible with BSD 4.3 [KEEP THIS!]
options         USER_LDT                # Let processes manipulate their local 
descriptor table (needed for WINE)
options         SYSVSHM                 # Enable SYSV style shared memory
options         SYSVSEM                 # Enable SYSV style semaphores
options         SYSVMSG                 # Enable SYSV style message queues
options         SHM_PHYS_BACKED
options         SHMALL=16384
options         SHMMAXPGS=4096
options         SHMMAX="(SHMMAXPGS*PAGE_SIZE+1)"
options         SHMSEG=50
options         SHMMNI=64
options         SEMMNI=32
options         SEMMNS=128
#options                DDB                     # Enable the kernel debugger
options         KTRACE                  # kernel tracing (SVR4 emul needs this)
options         UCONSOLE                # Allow users to grab the console
options         USERCONFIG              # boot -c editor
options         VISUAL_USERCONFIG       # visual boot -c editor
options         INET                    # Internet communications protocols
# Network interfaces:
pseudo-device   ether                   # Generic Ethernet
pseudo-device   loop                    # Network loopback device
#pseudo-device  tun                     # Tunnel driver (user ppp requirement)
options         FFS                     # Berkeley Fast Filesystem
options         FFS_ROOT                # FFS usable as root device
options         NFS                     # Network Filesystem
options         MFS                     # Memory Filesystem
options         CD9660                  # ISO 9660 Filesystem
options         PROCFS                  # Process Filesystem
options         MSDOSFS                 # MSDOS Filesystem
options         NSWAPDEV=4              # Allow this many swap-devices
options         SOFTUPDATES             # Allow FFS to use Softupdates tech
options         NCP                     # NetWare Core protocol
options         NWFS                    # NetWare filesystem
options         P1003_1B
options         _KPOSIX_VERSION=199309L
options         VFS_AIO                 # Real aio_* system calls
pseudo-device   pty                     # Pseudo ttys
pseudo-device   vn                      # Vnode (turns a file into a device)
pseudo-device   bpf                     # Berkeley packet filter
options         MSGBUF_SIZE=40960       # Size of the kernel message buffer.  Should 
be N * pagesize.
options         COMPAT_LINUX            # Linux image activator in kernel (instead of 
device          isa
options         AUTO_EOI_1              # Save 0.7-1.25 usec for each interrupt
device          atkbdc0 at isa? port IO_KBD
device          atkbd0  at atkbdc? irq 1
device          psm0    at atkbdc? irq 12
device          vga0    at isa?
device          sc0     at isa?
options         MAXCONS=12              # Number of virtual consoles
options         SC_HISTORY_SIZE=400     # Number of history buffer lines
options         SC_DISABLE_REBOOT       # Disable Ctrl-Alt-Del reboot
options         SC_NORM_ATTR="(FG_GREEN|BG_BLACK)"
options         VESA
pseudo-device   splash
device          npx0    at nexus? port IO_NPX flags 0x0 irq 13
options         ATA_ENABLE_ATAPI_DMA
device          ata
device          atadisk                 # ATA disk drives
device          atapicd                 # ATAPI CDROM drives
device          miibus
device          aha0    at isa? port 0x234
device          ahc0
device          fdc0    at isa? port IO_FD1 irq 6 drq 2
device          fd0     at fdc0 drive 0
device          sio0    at isa? port IO_COM1 flags 0x10 irq 4
device          sio1    at isa? port IO_COM2 irq 3
device          pcm
device          sbc
device          pci
device          xl
device          apm0    at nexus?
device          smbus                   # SMBus system
device          intpm                   # PIIX4 interface
device          smb                     # User access to the SMBus
device          ppc0    at isa? irq 7
device          ppbus
device          lpt
options         BOOTP
options         BOOTP_COMPAT
options         SCSI_DELAY=300          # Only wait 0.3 seconds for SCSI
device          scbus0 at aha0
device          da0 at scbus0 target 0
device          da1 at scbus0 target 1
device          da2 at scbus0 target 2
device          da3 at scbus0 target 3
device          da4 at scbus0 target 4
device          da5 at scbus0 target 5
device          da6 at scbus0 target 6
device          scbus1 at ahc0
device          da10 at scbus1 target 0
device          da11 at scbus1 target 1
device          da12 at scbus1 target 2
device          da13 at scbus1 target 3
device          da14 at scbus1 target 4
device          da15 at scbus1 target 5
device          da16 at scbus1 target 6
device          da18 at scbus1 target 8
device          da19 at scbus1 target 9
device          da20 at scbus1 target 10
device          da21 at scbus1 target 11
device          da22 at scbus1 target 12
device          da23 at scbus1 target 13
device          da24 at scbus1 target 14
device          da25 at scbus1 target 15

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