Re: /usr/src/dev/md error (?)

2002-07-17 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 17-Jul-2002 Bruce Evans wrote: This change and the break after the panic() are bogus. panic() never returns, and the compiler knows this. Unfortunately, the RESTARTABLE_PANICS option subverts the semantics of panic(), so panic() sometimes

Re: don't know how to make /usr/X11R6/bin/ucs2any.pl. on v.recen t -CURRENT when trying to build ports/x11/XFree86-4

2002-07-17 Thread Andrea Campi
On Thu, Jul 11, 2002 at 03:42:49PM -0600, Eric Anholt wrote: perl installation. Shouldn't USE_PERL5 depend on ${LOCALBASE}/bin/perl on -current rather than just the existence of a binary called perl in the path? Assuming the perl wrapper returns different errorcodes if it finds a working

Re: integer devide fault in dummynet_io

2002-07-17 Thread Luigi Rizzo
just committed a fix for this. The MFC will come shortly (note that there is no such a bug in -stable unless you use ipfw2 which is outside of the tree; the MFC will be just to keep the two files in sync). cheers luigi On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 12:45:45AM +0900, [EMAIL PROTECTED]

freetype2 doesn't build on -current/alpha.

2002-07-17 Thread Andrew Kolchoogin
Hi! It's very surprising for me, but /usr/ports/print/freetype2 doesn't build on -current on my Alpha box because GNU make dumps core after signal 11 after GNU configure has finished. Stack trace given by gdb shows the following: (gdb) set heuristic-fence-post 10 (gdb) bt #0

Re: NEWCARD

2002-07-17 Thread Kurt Erik Lindqvist
: 1) When trying to insert a Cisco Aironet 340 adapter, I get thrown to the : db prompt after it has found the card (which it seems to do nicely). If I : boot with it inserted, I only get to the detection, then the boot stops. At : boot up dmesg says the following on the bridge : : :

sparc64 tinderbox failure

2002-07-17 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
-- Rebuilding the temporary build tree -- stage 1: bootstrap tools -- stage 2: cleaning up the object tree

Re: sparc64 tinderbox failure

2002-07-17 Thread Rob Hughes
On Wed, 2002-07-17 at 05:54, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: === sbin/newfs /usr/home/des/tinderbox/sparc64/src/sbin/newfs/mkfs.c: In function `fsinit': /usr/home/des/tinderbox/sparc64/src/sbin/newfs/mkfs.c:711: structure has no member named `di_createtime' *** Error code 1 Stop in

Re: sparc64 tinderbox failure

2002-07-17 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On (2002/07/17 06:49), Rob Hughes wrote: === sbin/newfs /usr/home/des/tinderbox/sparc64/src/sbin/newfs/mkfs.c: In function `fsinit': /usr/home/des/tinderbox/sparc64/src/sbin/newfs/mkfs.c:711: structure has no member named `di_createtime' *** Error code 1 Stop in

Re: VOP_GETATTR panic on Alpha

2002-07-17 Thread John Baldwin
On 17-Jul-2002 Bruce Evans wrote: On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 17-Jul-2002 Bruce Evans wrote: mtx_lock_spin(sched_lock); if (cold || panicstr) { /* * After a panic, or during autoconfiguration, * just

Re: /usr/src/dev/md error (?)

2002-07-17 Thread John Baldwin
On 17-Jul-2002 Bruce Evans wrote: On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 17-Jul-2002 Bruce Evans wrote: This change and the break after the panic() are bogus. panic() never returns, and the compiler knows this. Unfortunately, the RESTARTABLE_PANICS option subverts the semantics

/usr/src/gnu/lib/csu broken world

2002-07-17 Thread Troy
I've seen some of the past postings relating to prolems experienced with lib/csu, but the only file in my csu director is the Makefile. This error has been with me for quite some time. I've made sure to do a make cleandir prior to trying to build the world. I have built the latest GCC 3.1 from

NEWCARD support for Linksys Ethernet broken?

2002-07-17 Thread Marc G. Fournier
Just upgraded my laptop to the latest -CURRENT ... everything boots fine, but my ethernet no longer exists (it worked great on my June 6th kernel) ... I'm using NEWCARD support in the kernel, and if_ed is loaded according to kldstat ... I've searched Google, and nadda there ... known problem,

Re: Still no XFree86-4?

2002-07-17 Thread Will Andrews
On Tue, Jul 16, 2002 at 11:39:41PM -0600, Eric Anholt wrote: I thought the whole point of Wraphelp.c was that the person who runs the machine (whatever machine X is being installed on) has to obtain that file, so they would have to explicitly verify that they -- personally -- have the

Re: DEVFS rule subsystem (was: cvs commit: src/sbin Makefile src/sbin/devfs Makefile devfs.8 devfs.c extern.h rule.c src/sys/conf files src/sys/fs/devfs devfs.h devfs_devs.c devfs_rule.c devfs_vfsops.c devfs_vnops.c )

2002-07-17 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On (2002/07/17 01:52), Dima Dorfman wrote: The devfs(8) manual page is a pretty good reference of the existing features and semantics, but it lacks polish needed to be able to serve as an introduction. Actually, I think it's brilliant. The only nits are the weird sections, which made it

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 09:57:41AM -0700, Bakul Shah wrote: Terry suggested: I believe setting DISABLE_PSE in the config file and rebuilding will make this go away. Terry, thanks for the suggestion but that didn't do it. Ok, so it's time to speculate a bit more about this. Although I

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Bakul Shah
I believe setting DISABLE_PSE in the config file and rebuilding will make this go away. Terry, thanks for the suggestion but that didn't do it. Time to review recent changes and single step the kernel. BTW, how do you stop the kernel before it panics? It panics so early that there is no time

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Terry Lambert
Bakul Shah wrote: I believe setting DISABLE_PSE in the config file and rebuilding will make this go away. Terry, thanks for the suggestion but that didn't do it. This surprises me. I thought it would be the result of Peter's recent pmap changes, and the fact that there is a bad problem

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Terry Lambert
Szilveszter Adam wrote: Ok, so it's time to speculate a bit more about this. Although I have been seeing this panic since Sunday, only one other person has reported it so far. Although it may be that this is due to the fact that developers do not run up-to-date -CURRENT and hence do not

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 07:38:22PM +0200, Szilveszter Adam wrote: Bakul mentioned that the panic happens on a PPro. For me, it's a PII. I am using a CPUTYPE setting of p2 in /etc/make.conf. This gets converted to a -march=pentiumpro on the actual compile line. This may be the same for the

inetd parsing broke for non IPv6 configurations

2002-07-17 Thread Steve Ames
This worked 3 days ago but I just upgraded to -CURRENT from today and its not quite working now. If you have tcp6 lines in your inetd.conf but do not have IPv6 enabled in the kernel your inetd will stop adding services after it encounters the first line with a tcp6 in it: mysystem# inetd -d ADD

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 11:35:35AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: My bet on the root cause, if I am correct, means that if you change the amount of physical RAM installed in the machine, the problem will go away, and that the problem is probably rare because it depends on certain things that are

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Terry Lambert
Szilveszter Adam wrote: On Wed, Jul 17, 2002 at 11:35:35AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: My bet on the root cause, if I am correct, means that if you change the amount of physical RAM installed in the machine, the problem will go away, and that the problem is probably rare because it depends

5.0-DP2 coming up..

2002-07-17 Thread John Baldwin
Hey all (ab)users of -current. Please try to work on getting -current as stabilized as possible in the next few days and hold off on any large changes until after re@ creates the Perforce branch for DP2 on Friday. Of course, bug fixes can be merged from current back into the DP2 branch before

Re: 5.0-DP2 coming up..

2002-07-17 Thread Michael Nottebrock
John Baldwin wrote: Of course, bug fixes can be merged from current back into the DP2 branch before DP2 goes out if needed, but we'd like to try and get it as close to right as possible the first time. :) A working fsck would surely be a good thing for DP2. :) See thread on current@.

Re: DEVFS rule subsystem

2002-07-17 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Dima Dorfman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : Questions and comments are most welcome. In particular, if you use : this with removable devices (e.g., USB), I'd like to hear about it. I : haven't had much of an opportunity to test this with different :

Re: 5.0-DP2 coming up..

2002-07-17 Thread John Angelmo
John Baldwin wrote: Hey all (ab)users of -current. Please try to work on getting -current as stabilized as possible in the next few days and hold off on any large changes until after re@ creates the Perforce branch for DP2 on Friday. Of course, bug fixes can be merged from current back into

When will PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES be default?

2002-07-17 Thread Frode Nordahl
Hello, It seems like PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES makes FreeBSD work on a lot of portable computers and possible newer desktop computers with lazy BIOS'es. As it is now, it is quite a hassle to complete something as simple as a network install of FreeBSD on an affected computer. My question is, when will

Re: What to do with witness verbiage (is this new?)?

2002-07-17 Thread Josef Karthauser
On Tue, Jul 16, 2002 at 07:14:05PM -0400, John Baldwin wrote: This is because USB network drivers are possibly doing bad things. Either that or the network locking is making bogus assumptions about what device driver routines will and will not do. Probably the network stack should not

Re: Interesting panic very early in the boot

2002-07-17 Thread Bakul Shah
That there could be a real error in that code surprises me, since Peter really knows what he's doing, even if that low in the hardware, there are undocumented interactions that even Intel's errata doesn't seem to know about. Turns out the workaround is to use DISABLE_PG_G. Two things made

Re: When will PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES be default?

2002-07-17 Thread Brooks Davis
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 12:58:55AM +0200, Frode Nordahl wrote: It seems like PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES makes FreeBSD work on a lot of portable computers and possible newer desktop computers with lazy BIOS'es. As it is now, it is quite a hassle to complete something as simple as a network install

Re: 5.0-DP2 coming up..

2002-07-17 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 11:42 PM +0200 7/17/02, John Angelmo wrote: John Baldwin wrote: Hey all (ab)users of -current. Please try to work on getting -current as stabilized as possible in the next few days and hold off on any large changes until after re@ creates the Perforce branch for DP2 on Friday. Well a working

Re: NEWCARD support for Linksys Ethernet broken?

2002-07-17 Thread W Gerald Hicks
On Wednesday, July 17, 2002, at 10:24 AM, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Just upgraded my laptop to the latest -CURRENT ... everything boots fine, but my ethernet no longer exists (it worked great on my June 6th kernel) ... I'm using NEWCARD support in the kernel, and if_ed is loaded according

Problem with agpgart on current, XFree86-4, Matrox G400 video

2002-07-17 Thread Garance A Drosihn
I just thought I'd mention a little problem I ran into, because I had not seen anyone else mention it. It might be specific to my PC hardware, and actually it was pretty simple to solve once I took the time to look into it. I don't know that anything needs to be done about any of this, but

Re: Problem with agpgart on current, XFree86-4, Matrox G400 video

2002-07-17 Thread Eric Anholt
On Wed, 2002-07-17 at 18:40, Garance A Drosihn wrote: I have a Matrox G400 Dual Head 32mb AGP card running on a dual Pentium III system, and I have been using XFree86-4 on my system for testing -current. This worked fine for months, and I still have a snapshot of -current from about April

Suggestion to disable ssh1 in FreeBSD 5.0

2002-07-17 Thread Lucky Green
FreeBSD Gurus, I would like to suggest for the FreeBSD team to please consider disabling support for ssh1 in the default configuration of sshd starting with FreeBSD 5.0 for the following reasons: 1) The ssh1 protocol is fundamentally insecure. The protocol uses a CRC where a MAC is needed,

Re: Problem with agpgart on current, XFree86-4, Matrox G400 video

2002-07-17 Thread Peter Wemm
Eric Anholt wrote: This looks like the classic error of the agp module having been loaded by the drm because it's required, but agp doesn't probe/attach because a generic bridge driver has already claimed the agp device. I doubt that would be a problem as long as it came with a patch to the

Re: Problem with agpgart on current, XFree86-4, Matrox G400 video

2002-07-17 Thread Eric Anholt
On Wed, 2002-07-17 at 20:59, Peter Wemm wrote: Eric Anholt wrote: This looks like the classic error of the agp module having been loaded by the drm because it's required, but agp doesn't probe/attach because a generic bridge driver has already claimed the agp device. I doubt that

i386 tinderbox failure

2002-07-17 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
-- Rebuilding the temporary build tree -- stage 1: bootstrap tools -- stage 2: cleaning up the object tree

cannot find filesystem superblock ?

2002-07-17 Thread Ying-Chieh Liao
I build/install world last night after reboot, one of my filesystem is broken (it uses soft-updates) when I run fsck on it, it said : cannot find filesystem superblock cut ** /dev/da0s3e LOOK FOR ALTERNATE SUPERBLOCKS? yes USING ALTERNATE SUPERBLOCK AT 32 numdirs is zero, try using an

Re: When will PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES be default?

2002-07-17 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Frode Nordahl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : My question is, when will PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES be default? It is a tiny piece of a larger puzzle that will be fixed as we do proper resource allocation now that the BIOS specifications have been changed by MS to