On Thu, 4 Sep 2003, Scott M. Likens wrote:
On Thu, 2003-09-04 at 07:44, Paul Richards wrote:
Overwriting a file that's currently executing results in a Text file
When did this start happening?
This was something that was fixed way back on FreeBSD but it seems to be
On Wed, 18 Jun 2003, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote:
I posted this in April and received no response. However, this has been an
ongoing issue since at least 2001 (where I found the first reference to this
trouble via Google).
The problem seems to be that the FreeBSD USB LPT driver (even with
On Tue, 4 Mar 2003, Vladimir Kushnir wrote:
On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Philipp Mergenthaler wrote:
On Mon, Mar 03, 2003 at 01:23:20AM +0200, Vladimir Kushnir wrote:
Practically 100% repeatable: after some CVS updates (not sure but it
seems after another high HD load as well) -CURRENT panics
On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Terry Lambert wrote:
You actually lose the tap/tap-tap click and doubleclick button
emulation with the new driver, and, as you note, the pressure
Probably the best thing to do would be to disassemble the BIOS on
your box, knowing the
On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Paul A. Mayer wrote:
Well, it compiles on 5.0-Release-p1. The psm initialization gives some
specs about the device and some of it's features. ... but I don't see
any consequences of this in apps, like mozilla. And under gnome the
pressure sensitivity of the touchpad
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On Mon, 20 Jan 2003, Mikko
Version 1.61 of if_sis.c breaks support for SiS630, or at least the
one on my laptop. This has been noted before, in
I just though I'd add some more details.
On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Bruce Evans wrote:
rshd now gets killed by signal 11 in pam_putenv() when
pam_setenv(HOME, ...) is called for rsh localhost ls.
The registers for pamh-env and i are both 0 in
On Fri, 30 Nov 2001, Maxime Henrion wrote:
Mikko Tyolajarvi wrote:
They don't have to be mounted, just loaded. E.g. if nfs
shows up with lsvfs, df -l will work, if not, it won't.
(dunno about other network file systems).
I looked at the code a bit more closely and you're
Seeing that -current now supports USB network devices, I got a Linksys
100TX "dongle". Question is: what kind of speed is reasonable to
expect with this thing?
Some unsophisticated tests show that I get around 3.7 Mbit/sec under
FreeBSD, and about 5.5 Mbit/sec under Windogs98. This is on a
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