Re: wi0 almost works with Wavelan Turbo card

1999-07-19 Thread Bill Paul
Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Ernie Elu had to walk into mine and say: I am looking for help with getting a Lucent Wavelan Turbo ISA (Bronze) card running. What speed is the card, exactly. Having read a few posts about the Wavelan IEEE 802.11 card not working

Re: wi0 almost works with Wavelan Turbo card

1999-07-19 Thread Bill Paul
Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Ernie Elu had to walk into mine and say: Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Ernie Elu had to walk into mine and say: I am looking for help with getting a Lucent Wavelan Turbo ISA (Bronze) card running.

Re: PLIP is still broken :(

1999-07-19 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
This is actually a deficiency in the ppbus stuff, there is no telling what SPL level the subdriver wants to use, so the interrupt should actually be released back to the system when no subdrivers are open and be grabbed the way the subdriver wants it once it aquires the bus. The ZIP driver

Re: PLIP is still broken :(

1999-07-19 Thread Bruce Evans
You misunderstood what Bruce wrote. PLIP has always been broken. It used to be possible to hack around the brokenness by setting the interrupt mask to net instead of tty. With newbus, this hack is no longer possible (it was never correct anyway; it broke printing). Or by statically configuring

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread John Polstra
[By the way, it was a no-no to cross-post this to two mailing lists. I've removed -stable from the cc line.] In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I don't understand, however, is that the pppd/natd setup I have here works flawlessly for web browsing, ftp,

Re: Question about MTRR boot message

1999-07-19 Thread Brian F. Feldman
On Mon, 19 Jul 1999, Jason wrote: Before you go any further worrying about this "just in case", there is nothing for you to worry about. Part of what the MTRR "stuff" does is it stops the L2 cache from cacheing that range of memory. This is typicaly used for video cards, as you have been

Re: Question about MTRR boot message

1999-07-19 Thread Mike Smith
Hi, There's the following message in my dmesg: "Pentium Pro MTRR support enabled, default memory type is uncacheable" I seriously hope that it does not mean that my memory is not chached... does it? I haven't found any manual pages or other docs about it. (If it matters: I

Re: Question about MTRR boot message

1999-07-19 Thread Mike Smith
I wrote the K6-2 MTRR support, but I really don't know how to use it. You see, my X server reports: (--) SVGA: PCI: NVidia Riva TNT rev 4, Memory @ 0xef00, 0xcc00 But which do I make uncacheable? You don't; let the X server do it. -- \\ The mind's the standard \\ Mike Smith

Re: LOCK overheads (was Re: objtrm problem probably found)

1999-07-19 Thread Julian Elischer
A bit late, but some more data points. 90MHz Pentium, FreeBSD 2.2.7 mode 0 60.80 ns/loop nproc=1 lcks=EMPTY mode 1 91.13 ns/loop nproc=1 lcks=no mode 2 91.11 ns/loop nproc=2 lcks=no mode 3 242.59 ns/loop nproc=1 lcks=yes mode 4 242.69 ns/loop nproc=2 lcks=yes mode 5 586.27 ns/loop

Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Tomi Vainio
I have tried to use Logitech PS/2 wheel mouse (model M-S48) but support has been broken for a long time now. I have binded fvwm menus to mouse + keyboard combinations. If I press keyboard and move mouse at the time I will always get these errors and keyboard is lost after this. Jun 20 21:48:36

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Ian Whalley
I have tried to use Logitech PS/2 wheel mouse (model M-S48) but support has been broken for a long time now. I have binded fvwm menus to mouse + keyboard combinations. If I press keyboard and move mouse at the time I will always get these errors and keyboard is lost after this. Jun 20 21:48:36

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Tomi Vainio
Ian Whalley writes: Do you have a monitor switch? If so, I bet it is a cybex one. Look in the manual for the 'reset mice' control sequence -- that seems to do the trick for me. Hi, Yes, I have monitor switch but it's dummy manual one. I removed it completely and now mouse works

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Ian Whalley
Yes, I have monitor switch but it's dummy manual one. I removed it completely and now mouse works without problems. It's quite strange this switch will broke mouse if I don't use it and switch just sits between these wires. It also works with other operating systems. Well, the Cybex one I

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Tomi Vainio
Ian Whalley writes: The problem springs, I think, from confusion between (Intellimouse) and (!Intellimouse). The box pretends to be an Intellimouse even when you don't have one [or this is what seems to happen in my case], and so FreeBSD detects that you have an Intellimouse.

Moving ipf(1) to ipf(8)?

1999-07-19 Thread Nik Clayton
How do, docs/7791 is of the opinion that ipf(1) should be moved to ipf(8), to (among other things) be consistent with ipfw(8). Anyone care to comment one way or the other? N -- [intentional self-reference] can be easily accommodated using a blessed, non-self-referential dummy head-node

Re: Question about MTRR boot message

1999-07-19 Thread Brian F. Feldman
On Mon, 19 Jul 1999, Mike Smith wrote: I wrote the K6-2 MTRR support, but I really don't know how to use it. You see, my X server reports: (--) SVGA: PCI: NVidia Riva TNT rev 4, Memory @ 0xef00, 0xcc00 But which do I make uncacheable? You don't; let the X server do it. You

Re: Question about MTRR boot message

1999-07-19 Thread Mike Smith
On Mon, 19 Jul 1999, Mike Smith wrote: I wrote the K6-2 MTRR support, but I really don't know how to use it. You see, my X server reports: (--) SVGA: PCI: NVidia Riva TNT rev 4, Memory @ 0xef00, 0xcc00 But which do I make uncacheable? You don't; let the X server do it.

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Greg Lehey
On Monday, 19 July 1999 at 23:04:40 +0300, Tomi Vainio wrote: I have tried to use Logitech PS/2 wheel mouse (model M-S48) but support has been broken for a long time now. I have binded fvwm menus to mouse + keyboard combinations. If I press keyboard and move mouse at the time I will always

Re: Soft-updates feedback

1999-07-19 Thread Greg Lehey
On Monday, 19 July 1999 at 13:24:18 -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: Alex Povolotsky wrote: About a week ago, I've posted a message here and didn't got positive replies. The problem is: when I use soft-updates on IDE disks (disk on primary master, disk on secondary master, CD on primary

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread obituary
Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: Yes, in some cases you may save up to 1% CPU power using kernel PPP. On the other hand, userland PPP is actively maintained, whereas nobody's touched kernel PPP for over a year except to keep it in sync with architectural changes in the kernel. Userland PPP has

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread obituary
Tugrul Galatali wrote: On 18 Jul 1999, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If anyone can shed some light on my situation (or has experienced similar troubles themselves) I'd be most grateful to hear from you. You forgot to attach the output of 'ipfw -a

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: My "SUPFLAGS" line as set in /etc/make.conf is: SUPFLAGS= -g -L 2 -z You still haven't told us what your firewall setup is. DES -- Dag-Erling Smorgrav - [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread obituary
Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If anyone can shed some light on my situation (or has experienced similar troubles themselves) I'd be most grateful to hear from you. You forgot to attach the output of 'ipfw -a l'. Ok, since my original post I've done a

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: pseudo-device ppp 2 #Point-to-point protocol options PPP_BSDCOMP #PPP BSD-compress support options PPP_DEFLATE #PPP zlib/deflate/gzip support Why are you using kernel pppd instead of userland ppp?

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread obituary
As I explained to DES, I used pppd because I assumed it would be more efficient and I was already familiar with pppd configuration. What I don't understand, however, is that the pppd/natd setup I have here works flawlessly for web browsing, ftp, news/mail retreval, etc., yet it can't seem to

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: Why are you using kernel pppd instead of userland ppp? Why not? Is there some issue regarding kernel pppd that I'm not aware of? I used kernel pppd simply because I assumed the kernel implementation would be more efficient, and

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
obituary [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What I don't understand, however, is that the pppd/natd setup I have here works flawlessly for web browsing, ftp, news/mail retreval, etc., yet it can't seem to handle cvsup connections. Wierd. What version of CVSup do you run? If it's not 16.0, upgrade to

Re: Moving ipf(1) to ipf(8)?

1999-07-19 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, 19 Jul 1999, Nik Clayton wrote: docs/7791 is of the opinion that ipf(1) should be moved to ipf(8), to (among other things) be consistent with ipfw(8). Anyone care to comment one way or the other? Definitely. Kris To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: Unusable PS/2 mouse

1999-07-19 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
The problem springs, I think, from confusion between (Intellimouse) and (!Intellimouse). The box pretends to be an Intellimouse even when you don't have one [or this is what seems to happen in my case], and so FreeBSD detects that you have an Intellimouse. However, then it all goes

lockmanager panic

1999-07-19 Thread Andrew Atrens
Hi All, My first `panic' since 1995 ! - The title says it all. My system is current as of July 19/99, the last working kernel was built on (or about) June 8 - so I guess something broke between then and now. The panic happens sometime after the disks get mounted but before the network starts

Re: lockmanager panic

1999-07-19 Thread Kirk McKusick
Please be sure that you are running with vm/swap_pager.c at version 1.120 or later. In particular, you should have two calls to the macro BUF_KERNPROC in that file. If you are missing those two calls, you will get the panic. If you do have those two calls in that code, then (and *only* then) try