Re: syscons: incorrect behavior of blinking cursor

2000-02-10 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 11:11:53AM +0900, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 08:35:07PM +0200, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: Hi! 1. Set cursor "blinking" or "destructive" (SC_BLINK_CURSOR) 2. Press Scroll Lock (cursor will go away) 3. Switch to another vtyX 4. Switch to the

Re: [usb-bsd] Re: uhci - attach fails on HP Omnibook

2000-02-10 Thread Nick Hibma
for some reason, the uhci driver fails to attach on my HP Omnibook 2100. The probe is ok and detects the 82371AB/EB (PIIX4) USB controller. But then, the uhci_pci_attach fails trying to map the i/o port. ("io_res = bus_alloc_resource(self, SYS_RES_IOPORT" returns an error.)

Re: USB problems.

2000-02-10 Thread Nick Hibma
If this with usb support compiled into the kernel, try the following patch: --- usb_subr.c.orig Wed Feb 9 23:27:31 2000 +++ usb_subr.c Wed Feb 9 21:16:54 2000 @@ -302,7 +302,7 @@ u_int ms; { /* Wait at least two clock ticks so we know the time has passed. */ - if

Re: Function Request

2000-02-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
: The first is mremap(). : : What does this function do? Is the function used by freely available : software, if so can you give some examples. : :http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=mremapapropos=0sektion=0manpath=Red+Hat+Linux%2Fi386+5.2format=html mremap() is idiotic and sounds

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Jeffrey J. Mountin
At 09:58 PM 2/9/00 +0100, Kai Voigt wrote: Hello, I'm just doing a cvsup update of my system and -as many times before- I realize that /usr/ports/ takes a lot of time and also disk space to sync. # du -sk /usr/ports 71118 /usr/ports Is that just source or with some distfiles and port/work

Grasshoppers at pnp/isa medows

2000-02-10 Thread Nikolai Saoukh
All pertinent files are at http://www.ethereal.ru/~nms/pnpbug.tar (~20Koctets). There is one obvious bug in src/sys/isa/pnpparse.c, lines 270 and 287 where memory range size treated as byte one, while it is a 256 chunk long. See 'pnpparse.c.diffs' for patch. I am not that tough to dig

problems with voxware/snd0 kernel compilations..

2000-02-10 Thread f.johan.beisser
i'm attempting to build a kernel with the "old style" voxware drivers for the CS423x (crystal sound, or css0 in the kernel config) and i get this wonderful error torwards the end of the kernel build: cc -c -O -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Peter Jeremy
On 2000-Feb-10 07:59:48 +1100, Kai Voigt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: # du -sk /usr/ports 71118 /usr/ports Seems reasonable. Last time I checked (1st June 1999), I found 79967 - of which 35215 was CVS-related files/directories. There were also nearly 62,000 inodes. It'll get worse - PHK has

ipfw + natd problem

2000-02-10 Thread Akinori -Aki- MUSHA
Hi, there. I'm now faced with a problem concerning ipfw + natd on the very current world with /etc properly updated. The problem is described as this: Enabling options IPFIREWALL IPDIVERT plus running natd makes it freeze on shutdown with no messages, no response to my key

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Richard Wackerbarth
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Peter Jeremy wrote: Seems reasonable. Last time I checked (1st June 1999), I found 79967 - of which 35215 was CVS-related files/directories. There were also nearly 62,000 inodes. It'll get worse - PHK has changed the FS defaults from 8K/1K to 16K/4K, which will

8 Feb current install failures

2000-02-10 Thread Reinier Bezuidenhout
Hi ... I checked out a -current of about midnight 8 Feb ... After doing a "make buildworld" (which finished ok) ... did a "make installworld" which failed because my /usr/bin/install was not updated and thus dit not support the -fschg option. I copied the newly build install to /usr/bin and

Re: gcc and /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3

2000-02-10 Thread Will Andrews
On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 11:53:47AM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to `exception type_info node' /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to `exception virtual table' /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to `__builtin_vec_new' Just a thought

Re: 8 Feb current install failures

2000-02-10 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Reinier Bezuidenhout wrote: Hi ... I checked out a -current of about midnight 8 Feb ... After doing a "make buildworld" (which finished ok) ... did a "make installworld" which failed because my /usr/bin/install was not updated and thus dit not support the -fschg option. I

Re: gcc and /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3

2000-02-10 Thread Donn Miller
Will Andrews wrote: On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 11:53:47AM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to `exception type_info node' /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to `exception virtual table' /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3: undefined reference to

Re: ipfw + natd problem

2000-02-10 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 08:46:11PM +0900, Akinori -Aki- MUSHA wrote: Hi, there. I'm now faced with a problem concerning ipfw + natd on the very current world with /etc properly updated. The problem is described as this: Enabling options IPFIREWALL IPDIVERT plus running natd

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Will Andrews
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 10:19:18PM +1100, Peter Jeremy wrote: Am I the only one being little annoyed by this fact? This comes up regularly. The last I recall was a thread "a two-level port system?" in -hackers last May/June. Actually, -ports discussed this quite recently, and it was

annoying message when kldloading pci driver

2000-02-10 Thread Nikolai Saoukh
Every attempt to kldload any pci driver produce strange message marked by in examples from two different computers. I would call it for a while "undocumented feature". Copyright (c) 1992-2000 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the

Mylex Support

2000-02-10 Thread Lawrence Farr
This message was sent from Geocrawler.com by "Lawrence Farr" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Be sure to reply to that address. Has the Mylex RAID support been fixed or dropped? I could'nt see any mention of it in the hardware.txt for the release candidate. Geocrawler.com - The Knowledge Archive To

sbc and ViBRA16X - dsp device not working

2000-02-10 Thread Thimble Smith
[ Long post, almost a narrative. Sorry. ] Hi. A month ago I installed -current on a new computer, and the dsp device didn't work. It reminded me of why I'd rather not be running -current, so I dropped back to -stable and everything worked fine. Now I saw that a release was coming up, so I

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Will Andrews
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 08:44:09AM -0500, Will Andrews wrote: On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 10:19:18PM +1100, Peter Jeremy wrote: Am I the only one being little annoyed by this fact? This comes up regularly. The last I recall was a thread "a two-level port system?" in -hackers last May/June.

Quirk in the latest 4.0-RC install disk ?

2000-02-10 Thread Thierry . Herbelot
Hello, I've just installed 4.0 from the latest Release Candidate (iso image gotten from the freebsd ftp and burned this morning) the install itself went smooth, but I can't start X11 : there seems to be a bug in the dynamic libraries : % ldd `which xinit` /usr/X11R6/bin/xinit:

XFree86 Libraries

2000-02-10 Thread Patrick M. Hausen
Hi all! I don't know if this has been addressed already, but the archives are offline. I started using current by installing 2127-SNAP of current.freebsd.org including XFree86 3.3.6. The Xfree86 a.out libraries were missing from the installtion tarballs, so e.g. Netscape would not run. I

questions about 4.0 along with 3.4-STABLE

2000-02-10 Thread John Reynolds~
Hello all, I'm almost done downloading the ISO image of 4.0-RC that Jordan announced yesterday. I'd very much like to contribute to the "qa" effort for 4.0 but I've got a few questions I know you experts can answer before I dive in. Right now I've got a 3.4-STABLE system on da1. I don't want

first impressions after upgrading from 3.4-RELASE to 4.0-20000209-CURRENT

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
I have just finished a net install of 4.0-2209-CURRENT using the sysinstall's "Upgrade" procedure, over a 3.4-RELEASE system. Well, the system is now running OK, but I found some small issues. First, I must say that I was not following the -CURRENT branch since the transition to 3.1-STABLE.

Re: XFree86 Libraries

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
"Patrick M. Hausen" wrote: Hi all! I don't know if this has been addressed already, but the archives are offline. I started using current by installing 2127-SNAP of current.freebsd.org including XFree86 3.3.6. The Xfree86 a.out libraries were missing from the installtion tarballs,

Re: Upgrading to 4.0

2000-02-10 Thread nathan
after seeing your steps.. it makes sense pre-build the kernel to 4.0 _before_ installing world. however... could you provide a little more info on steps 5, 6, 7 specifically.. what does the -DNOINFO do ( i can't find it on my system.. yet) -DNOINFO is documented in

howto for 3.4-STABLE - 4.0-CURRENT?

2000-02-10 Thread Jason J. Horton
Any advice on upgrading a system from -STABLE to -CURRENT? Or would a standard "cvsup, make world, make kernel, reboot" do it? -- -Jason J. Horton [EMAIL PROTECTED] Fat Man in a Little Coat Intercom Online Inc. 212.376.7440 ext 21 | http://www.intercom.com

Re: first impressions after upgrading from 3.4-RELASE to 4.0-20000209-CURRENT

2000-02-10 Thread Matthew N. Dodd
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: 1. Just after booting the install kernel, I went to the visual configuration screen in order to disable all drivers for unexistent devices. My first surprise was that the ep(4) driver was not listed. However, the install kernel includes

RE: howto for 3.4-STABLE - 4.0-CURRENT?

2000-02-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-Feb-00 Jason J. Horton wrote: Any advice on upgrading a system from -STABLE to -CURRENT? Or would a standard "cvsup, make world, make kernel, reboot" do it? You need a -current kernel for installworld to work. In fact, if you aren't running a -current kernel installworld will blow up

[patch] stuttering of sound with ESS cards

2000-02-10 Thread Nick Hibma
The following patch removes the stutter when you Ctrl-Z mpg123. The soundcard in my desktop machine at work does not have the stutter and that one is a ES1371 card. The patch makes the ess_intr routine look more like the sb_intr and es_intr ones. Index: sb.c

Re: Mylex Support

2000-02-10 Thread Mike Smith
This message was sent from Geocrawler.com by "Lawrence Farr" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Be sure to reply to that address. Has the Mylex RAID support been fixed or dropped? It was never really in need of "fixing", although there are certainly still some issues with it. The Mylex controller family

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Christopher Masto
On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 09:45:42PM -0500, Chuck Robey wrote: Flattening out the unecessarily deep ports directory structure would help, too. Probably, 98 percent of it could be done with a script, and it would greatly decrease cvsup time and space. I've often thought that it might be better

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Donn Miller
Christopher Masto wrote: On Wed, Feb 09, 2000 at 09:45:42PM -0500, Chuck Robey wrote: Flattening out the unecessarily deep ports directory structure would help, too. Probably, 98 percent of it could be done with a script, and it would greatly decrease cvsup time and space. I've often

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
: contain. : :Here's what we can do. We keep all the "major" subdirectories in :place, such as audio, devel, etc. BUT, instead of branching out into :separate subdirectories, we can just put everything into the :Makefile. For example, here are some subdirectories in :/usr/ports/audio:

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Peter Jeremy
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, I wrote: PHK has changed the FS defaults from 8K/1K to 16K/4K, Ooops. I mis-remembered a commit pkh made last August (src/release/sysinstall/install.c 1.91), I thought he had changed the defaults, but he just commented that 16K/4K was more sensible... My apologies to

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Archie Cobbs
Richard Wackerbarth writes: There are two problems in the size of the ports system. 1) The large number of inodes. I don't see the ports tree as the problem. The problem is that FreeBSD does not handle a very large directory hierarchy like that presented by the ports tree very well. The right

Re: [patch] stuttering of sound with ESS cards

2000-02-10 Thread Donn Miller
Nick Hibma wrote: The following patch removes the stutter when you Ctrl-Z mpg123. The soundcard in my desktop machine at work does not have the stutter and that one is a ES1371 card. The patch makes the ess_intr routine look more like the sb_intr and es_intr ones. I just tried this patch,

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread David Scheidt
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Donn Miller wrote: All these makefiles would go inside of audio. To do the building each port, we can have the "work" be done inside the user's home directory. This would eliminate the need to log in as root in order to do the actual building. The benefits of having

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Jeffrey J. Mountin
At 11:45 AM 2/10/00 -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: : contain. : :Here's what we can do. We keep all the "major" subdirectories in :place, such as audio, devel, etc. BUT, instead of branching out into :separate subdirectories, we can just put everything into the :Makefile. For example, here are

wine in freebsd-current

2000-02-10 Thread Adriel Ickler
After upgrading to 4.0-current and attempting a clean install of wine, I saw this: ./parser.y: In function `yyparse': ./parser.y:1624: syntax error before `}' in: /usr/ports/emulators/wine/work/wine-991114/tools/wrc/parser.y line 1624: expr: xpr { $$ = ($1) } was obviously incorrect

Re: wine in freebsd-current

2000-02-10 Thread Brooks Davis
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 03:30:34PM -0600, Adriel Ickler wrote: After upgrading to 4.0-current and attempting a clean install of wine, I saw this: ./parser.y: In function `yyparse': ./parser.y:1624: syntax error before `}' in: /usr/ports/emulators/wine/work/wine-991114/tools/wrc/parser.y

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Richard Wackerbarth
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Archie Cobbs wrote: Richard Wackerbarth writes: There are two problems in the size of the ports system. 1) The large number of inodes. I don't see the ports tree as the problem. The problem is that FreeBSD does not handle a very large directory hierarchy like that

Re: 4.0 fails to boot - sym troubles

2000-02-10 Thread Aaron Gifford
On Thu, 10 Feb 2000, Gerard Roudier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Just quoting the offending messages: On Wed, 9 Feb 2000, Aaron Gifford wrote: sym0: SCSI parity error detected: SCR=3D1 DBC=3D7258 SBCL=3Daf (noperiph:sym0:0:-1:-1): SCSI BUS reset detected. The driver gets an SCSI

S/Key authentication fails for ftpd

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
The subject says all ;-). System version: 4.0-2229-CURRENT (ftpd 6.00LS). However, S/Key authentication works for telnet and login. Of course, the simple cleartext password authentication method does work for ftpd. It looks like a bug in ftpd (or PAM?). -- JMA

Re: first impressions after upgrading from 3.4-RELASE to 4.0-20000209-CURRENT

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hummm... This is ugly. This means that the XFree86 3.3.6 which will be distributed with 4.0-RELEASE needs the "compat3x" libraries. This should be documented somewhere. if you cd to /usr/ports/x11/XFree86 and do a make... this problem will be

Why is libstdc++ separate from g++ 2.95.2?

2000-02-10 Thread Donn Miller
Just curious as to what the advantages are of having libstdc++ separated from gcc. From what I recall on www.gnu.org, they said g++ 2.95.2 will have libstdc++ integrated into gcc/g++ itself. It seems to causing some problems on FreeBSD, like my aforementioned post on compiling

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Leif Neland
Just FYI, a cvsup of ports over a single ISDN-line took 22 min on a soft-update'd disk. .cvsignore INDEX LEGAL Makefile Mk README Templates Tools YEAR2000 archivers astro audio benchmarks cad comms converters databases deskutils devel distfiles editors emulators ftp games graphics lang mail math

ES1371 problems..

2000-02-10 Thread Greg Rumple
I have a SoundBlaster PCI128 (ES1371) in my computer, and for the life of me I have the weirdest problem. Of course I don't have the problem if I put a ISA SB16 in place of it. So it's gotta be ES1371 related. Okay, the ES1371 works great with all but one application (that I have found so

Re: gcc and /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.3

2000-02-10 Thread German Tischler
On Tue, Feb 08, 2000 at 06:35:58PM +0100, Maxim Sobolev wrote: Donn Miller wrote: I am running the lastest -current (just did a cvsup followed by a make world last night). I am getting these link errors when trying to compile the developement version of kdesupport, which I obtained thru

Re: ES1371 problems..

2000-02-10 Thread Russell Cattelan
Greg Rumple wrote:' Can you give me the exact test that fails. I assume this is a current kernel. Also give me the "pcm" messages that get printed out at boot time; specifically the rev number. This might have something to do with the rev 7 boards again. I have a SoundBlaster PCI128

RE: [OT] ICBM Long/Latt

2000-02-10 Thread kibbet
Hi Leif, On 11-Feb-00 Leif Neland wrote: Sometime ago there was a thread regarding Longitude and Lattitude of committers etc, and a reference was made to a website, where the coordinates of any point on a map could be shown. However, I can't find this site now. Anybody? Leif I don't

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Leif Neland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just FYI, a cvsup of ports over a single ISDN-line took 22 min on a soft-update'd disk. Something is seriously wrong over there then, because I can update my entire CVS repository in 1.5-2 minutes. And my Internet link is a

fw_enable

2000-02-10 Thread Randy Bush
cc -c -O -pipe -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../.. -I../../../include -D_KERNEL -include opt_global.h -elf -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 vers.c linking

Re: .gdbinit for kernel

2000-02-10 Thread Chuck Robey
On Fri, 11 Feb 2000, Greg Lehey wrote: On Thursday, 10 February 2000 at 23:28:14 -0500, Chuck Robey wrote: I was wondering if anyone had a .gdbinit that one could use, in remote debugging a kernel, that had a working kldstat in it? I found one in Greg's vinum directory, but it's a little

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Udo Schweigert
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 22:18:12 -0800, John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Leif Neland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just FYI, a cvsup of ports over a single ISDN-line took 22 min on a soft-update'd disk. Something is seriously wrong over there then, because I can update my

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-10 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Thu, Feb 10, 2000 at 10:18:12PM -0800, John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Leif Neland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just FYI, a cvsup of ports over a single ISDN-line took 22 min on a soft-update'd disk. Something is seriously wrong over there then, because I can update my

Re: problems with voxware/snd0 kernel compilations..

2000-02-10 Thread Eugene M. Kim
$ grep -l '^mpu401' /sys/i386/isa/sound/*.c /sys/i386/isa/sound/mpu401.c $ grep '^i386/isa/sound/mpu401\.c' /sys/conf/files.i386 i386/isa/sound/mpu401.c optionalmpu i386/isa/sound/mpu401.c optionalsscape $ I guess css0 needs mpu0 to handle the onboard MPU401