Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Mike Smith
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Christopher Masto writes: : On Tue, Nov 30, 1999 at 04:52:33PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: : It would help me if you could send me your patches... : : Well, here's all I've got. It's basically just a sloppy version of : what you suggested. OK. This should

Re: your mail

1999-12-01 Thread Mike Smith
With freeze I meant, freeze. Rock solid. Nothing to be done. Stepping through the code the laptop freezes in the second putb in pcic_disable. As in stepping the assembler to that outb does never return the prompt. Actually, I don't think so. I'm not 100% sure, but I think that you end up

AMI MegaRAID driver compatibility update

1999-12-01 Thread Mike Smith
For those who are keeping track of this, just a quick update. The 'amr' driver for AMI MegaRAID controllers in -current and available for -stable at http://www.freebsd.org/~msmith/RAID/ami has now been tested with the following AMI MegaRAID controllers: Enterprise 1500 aka 467 (new)

Re: kernel: -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 ??

1999-12-01 Thread Ville-Pertti Keinonen
It would be better for GCC to force alignment only within those procedures that need it rather then force all procedures to guarentee alignment. Then we could have the best of both worlds. Determining whether it is necessary is non-trivial, you would have to go through all

Re: kernel: -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 ??

1999-12-01 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Ville-Pertti Keinonen wrote: Perhaps crt1.c should call main like this (I can't immediately figure out whether the stack pointer should be correctly aligned before the return address is pushed or after the previous stack frame is pushed, this is assuming the former, s/subl/addl/ would change

Re: libc_r.so.3 and compat3x

1999-12-01 Thread Chris D. Faulhaber
On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, David O'Brien wrote: that it requires libc_r.so.3; unfortunately, compat3x does not contain this lib. Any chance of having it added to compat3x? Yes. The PR is assigned to me, but David already has it on his TODO list. Compat3x is updated late to make sure the

Re: kernel: -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 ??

1999-12-01 Thread Ville-Pertti Keinonen
The stack must be aligned before the return address is pushed: The following C fragment f(1); f(2); Translates to addl $-12,%esp pushl $1 call f addl $16,%esp addl $-12,%esp pushl $2 call f addl

Re: kernel: -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 ??

1999-12-01 Thread Ville-Pertti Keinonen
Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If the caller has passed a double, then the stack alignment can be determined at compile time and the current subl-type adjustment can be used. Doubles are not aligned when passed as parameters and passing a double doesn't guarantee that there are local

[PATCH] Importing Eric's latest termcap?

1999-12-01 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
I have been contemplating replacing our /usr/src/share/termcap/termcap.src with the latest termcap file maintained by Eric Raymond. His latest version seems 10.2.7 dated 10 March 1999. While our termcap.src has been maintained well by ache and other committers, Eric's version appears more

Re: new MAKEDEV and the second CDROM

1999-12-01 Thread Alexander Leidinger
On 1 Dec, F. Heinrichmeyer wrote: On a freebsd-current box there is a second scsi-cdrom (a cd-writer working fine with cdrecord). I remade the devices with MAKEDEV, everything is new, but there is nothing new like cd1c ... Looking at the source the minor number of cd0c has to be increased by

Re: ACPI project progress report - Nov.

1999-12-01 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, Doug Rabson wrote: Please see http://www.jp.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/ACPI/util/acpiconf?cvsroot=freebsd-jp This sounds very promising. I will check out the code soon and try to give feedback. Creating the ACPI namespace is a necessary first step before its possible to do full AML

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Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : The only "right" solution is for us to mandate that people down cards : before ejecting them. The physical design of pccards basically gives us : no other option. No matter how hard we try to get it "right" for : spontaneous removal, we can't

Soundblaster 128 PCI

1999-12-01 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
I have a Soundblaster 128 PCI (labeled "MODEL:CT4810") which I can't get to work with newpcm. It shows up like this in dmesg: pci0: unknown card (vendor=0x3274, dev=0x1371) at 10.0 irq 5 and in 'pciconf -l': none0@pci0:10:0:class=0x040100 card=0x13711274 chip=0x13713274 rev=0x06

Re: libc_r.so.3 and compat3x

1999-12-01 Thread David O'Brien
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 07:49:19AM -0500, Chris D. Faulhaber wrote: That's kinda hefty for a small port :) I have it marked as broken for -current until the lib is in compat3x. Why? Many of us still have libc*.so.3 from when that was the version in -CURRENT until a month ago. -- -- David

Re: Soundblaster 128 PCI

1999-12-01 Thread Russell Cattelan
Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: I have a Soundblaster 128 PCI (labeled "MODEL:CT4810") which I can't get to work with newpcm. It shows up like this in dmesg: pci0: unknown card (vendor=0x3274, dev=0x1371) at 10.0 irq 5 and in 'pciconf -l': none0@pci0:10:0:class=0x040100

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Christopher Masto
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 09:05:38AM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : The only "right" solution is for us to mandate that people down cards : before ejecting them. The physical design of pccards basically gives us : no other option. No matter how

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Warner Losh
--- Blind-Carbon-Copy To: Christopher Masto [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail) Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] In-reply-to: Your message of "Wed, 01 Dec 1999 12:36:29 EST." [EMAIL PROTECTED] References: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL

Re: libc_r.so.3 and compat3x

1999-12-01 Thread Chris D. Faulhaber
On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 07:49:19AM -0500, Chris D. Faulhaber wrote: That's kinda hefty for a small port :) I have it marked as broken for -current until the lib is in compat3x. Why? Many of us still have libc*.so.3 from when that was the version

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Mike Smith
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 09:05:38AM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : The only "right" solution is for us to mandate that people down cards : before ejecting them. ... I would like to see that something along the lines of a method to shut down

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Doug Rabson
On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, Mike Smith wrote: Hmmm... That's something... How do you know that the delete_child is failing? An if printing that it failed or conjecture based on the insertion results? You should definitely check the delete result, yes. Also, are you calling

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Doug Rabson
On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Christopher Masto writes: : Hey, we're getting somewhere. It works, in that it stops the panic. : I get the "ed0: unloaded" message, and the machine doesn't panic, but : there are still some problems. It seems that

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Christopher Masto
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 12:02:54PM -0800, Mike Smith wrote: On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 09:05:38AM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : The only "right" solution is for us to mandate that people down cards : before ejecting them. ... I would like

removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Steve Kargl
[Donning asbestos underwear] With the FreeBSD 4.0 code freeze fast approaching, are there any compelling reasons to keep enigma (src/usr.bin/enigma) in the source tree? Yes, I know it is a *small* utility, but 1. it provides rather weak encryption, 2. the crypto-distribution is available with

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread David Wolfskill
From: Steve Kargl [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 1 Dec 1999 12:20:19 -0800 (PST) With the FreeBSD 4.0 code freeze fast approaching, are there any compelling reasons to keep enigma (src/usr.bin/enigma) in the source tree? Yes, I know it is a *small* utility, but 1. it provides rather weak

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Bakul Shah
With the FreeBSD 4.0 code freeze fast approaching, are there any compelling reasons to keep enigma (src/usr.bin/enigma) in the source tree? How dare you be so anti-bloat, living so close to Redmond?:-) [But otherwise a nice place, Seattle. I used to live there] Enigma is just a format

Re: IP Filter 3.3.3 in FreeBSD

1999-12-01 Thread Guido van Rooij
On Tue, Nov 30, 1999 at 10:34:56AM -0700, Davec wrote: Yup tried it, didn't work. Got the same error messages (refer to the [LONG] email I sent a few days past. Thanks for the suggestion though. I missed that one apparently. Send it to me in private and I'll see what I can do. Dave --

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Matthew D. Fuller
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:09:11PM -0500, a little birdie told me that Bakul Shah remarked Enigma is just a format converter at this point and should be left around (after renaming it crypt -- which is how it is known on all Unix versions older than 10 years). Some of us Renaming?

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Mark Newton
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 03:26:34PM -0600, Matthew D. Fuller wrote: On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:09:11PM -0500, a little birdie told me that Bakul Shah remarked Enigma is just a format converter at this point and should be left around (after renaming it crypt -- which is how it is

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread James Howard
On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Matthew D. Fuller wrote: On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:09:11PM -0500, a little birdie told me that Bakul Shah remarked Enigma is just a format converter at this point and should be left around (after renaming it crypt -- which is how it is known on all Unix versions

su and traceroute

1999-12-01 Thread David W. Chapman Jr.
I just cvsuped to -current right after bind-8.2.2 was merged into the source tree. I noticed two problems. Su won't work and traceroute gives me the following traceroute: icmp socket: Operation not permitted here are its permissions -r-sr-xr-x 1 root wheel 12076 Dec 1 14:15

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Matthew D. Fuller
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:36:12PM -0500, a little birdie told me that James Howard remarked On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Matthew D. Fuller wrote: [15:25:53] mortis:~ (ttyp9):{838}% ll -i `which crypt` `which enigma` 23155 -r-xr-xr-x 2 root wheel 4980 Oct 29 13:47 /usr/bin/crypt* 23155

Nevermind: su and traceroute

1999-12-01 Thread David W. Chapman Jr.
Nevermind, I had nosuid in fstab, totally forgot about it. - Original Message - From: David W. Chapman Jr. To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, December 01, 1999 3:54 PM Subject: su and traceroute I just cvsuped to -current right after bind-8.2.2 was

Re: gcc-2.95.2, jade and freebsd-sgml-documentation

1999-12-01 Thread Nik Clayton
[ I've cc'd FreeBSD-doc on this, in case there's someone there who's solved the problem you're having ] On Sun, Nov 28, 1999 at 05:38:57PM +0100, F. Heinrichmeyer wrote: i tried to make me a new handbook, so i needed jade. But the newest C++ fashion (g++ under current) has changed to fast

I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE MAILING LIST

1999-12-01 Thread tonymb
HELLO MY NAME IS TONY. I HAVE BEEN DOING RESEARCH ON FREEBSD. I'M PLANNING TO SETUP A SYSTEM WITH THIS OS. I WOULD THANK YOU FOR PLACING ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST TO BENEFIT FROM THE EXPERIENCE OTHERS AND EXPERTISE TO MAKE MY TRANSITION SMOOTH.PLEASE USE THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS [EMAIL PROTECTED].

Re: I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE MAILING LIST

1999-12-01 Thread Chris Costello
On Wed, Dec 01, 1999, tonymb wrote: HELLO MY NAME IS TONY. I HAVE BEEN DOING RESEARCH ON FREEBSD. I'M PLANNING TO SETUP A SYSTEM WITH THIS OS. I WOULD THANK YOU FOR PLACING ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST TO BENEFIT FROM THE EXPERIENCE OTHERS AND EXPERTISE TO MAKE MY TRANSITION SMOOTH.PLEASE USE

Re: I WOULD LIKE TO JOIN THE MAILING LIST

1999-12-01 Thread Greg Lehey
On Wednesday, 1 December 1999 at 16:40:33 -0600, tonymb wrote: HELLO MY NAME IS TONY. I HAVE BEEN DOING RESEARCH ON FREEBSD. I'M PLANNING TO SETUP A SYSTEM WITH THIS OS. I WOULD THANK YOU FOR PLACING ME ON YOUR MAILING LIST TO BENEFIT FROM THE EXPERIENCE OTHERS AND EXPERTISE TO MAKE MY

Re: PCCARD eject freeze (was Re: your mail)

1999-12-01 Thread Nick Hibma
: Hey, we're getting somewhere. It works, in that it stops the panic. : I get the "ed0: unloaded" message, and the machine doesn't panic, but : there are still some problems. It seems that device_delete_child : is failing (I forgot to print the return code, but it is not zero), : and

rpc.umntall does not work with AIX

1999-12-01 Thread Alexander N. Kabaev
I am getting the folowing error messages for each mounted directory every time rpc.umntall is being run: Bad MNT RPC: RPC: Remote system error The following is fragment of my /etc/fstab file: # DeviceMountpoint FStype Options DumpPass# kan:/home/ak03

Re: removing enigma(1)

1999-12-01 Thread James Howard
On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Matthew D. Fuller wrote: On Wed, Dec 01, 1999 at 04:36:12PM -0500, a little birdie told me that James Howard remarked On Wed, 1 Dec 1999, Matthew D. Fuller wrote: [15:25:53] mortis:~ (ttyp9):{838}% ll -i `which crypt` `which enigma` 23155 -r-xr-xr-x 2 root

make release failure

1999-12-01 Thread Neal Westfall
Has anyone been able to do a make release recently? It seems to break when trying to build jade from the ports, which I think is due to the new compiler import. I saw that there are recent snapshots on current.freebsd.org, which is confusing because I can't get jade to build:

Re: Overflow in banner(1)

1999-12-01 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: kind of thing I'd rather have. I like the precomputed one (add all argv[] strlen's and malloc that) better, anyway. ..and as soon as warner reviews my revised patch, it will be committed :-) Kris To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Problems with ATA

1999-12-01 Thread Greg Childers
I've updated to the latest -current, and things have gone awry. At boot, the console freezes at the end of the dmesg. The startup process continues, tho, and I can telnet into the box. Then madness ensues. The contents of some files I create disappears, top freezes after listing the

minor bug in ee?

1999-12-01 Thread charon
I recently noticed that ^v (the scroll down a page command in ee) must be entered twice to scroll down once (i.e. if you hit ^v once it won't do anything, you must hit it again) on a 4.0-CURRENT system. As far as I can recall, this has been happening for as long as I've been tracking -CURRENT

Re: Soundblaster 128 PCI

1999-12-01 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai
-On [19991201 20:01], Russell Cattelan ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: I have a Soundblaster 128 PCI (labeled "MODEL:CT4810") which I can't get to work with newpcm. What mother board are you using? There have been some reports of the new 1371's not working with