Re: panic: pmap_zero_page: CMAP3 busy

2003-10-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 11 Oct 2003, Don Lewis wrote: On 11 Oct, Steve Kargl wrote: Upgrade tonight (7pm PST) and received the following on rebooting panic: pmap_zero_page: CMAP3 busy Unfortunately, this system does not have a serial console and the panic locked it up tight. Only a hard reset

Re: savecore: first and last dump headers disagree on /dev/ad0b

2003-10-07 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Tue, 7 Oct 2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: I also had problems dumping onto a UDMA66 disk on a promise PDC20267 controller - it seemed to dump OK (dump was readable after I recovered the disk), but it (or maybe the crash itself) trashed the partition table. Kris I mentioned the very same

Re: Problem w/ ACPI in -CURRENT: Update

2003-10-01 Thread Bryan Liesner
Now I'm having an issue with ACPI. I used to hit the power button and that would initiate a proper shutdown. Now it seems to do nothing, but when I reboot the system goes into a suspended state before completing the shutdown. The motherboard beeps three times, the screen goes blank, and will

Re: ACPI shutdown problem

2003-10-01 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Nate Lawson wrote: Now I'm having an issue with ACPI. I used to hit the power button and that would initiate a proper shutdown. Now it seems to do nothing, but when I reboot the system goes into a suspended state before sysctl hw.acpi should show you what the power

Re: acd0 vs cd0 (ATAPICAM)

2003-09-24 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 24 Sep 2003, Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2003-09-19, Guillaume écrivait : Thanks for the patch. cd0 is faster now and ATAPICAM works great. Are you going to commit the patch? DMA is now enabled for ATAPI/CAM i/o, as of atapi-cam.c rev. 1.26. Thanks to all who tested and reviewed the

Re: ATAng no good for me/REQUEST_SENSE recovered from missing interrupt

2003-09-21 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sun, 21 Sep 2003, Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2003-09-21, Bryan Liesner écrivait : The patch doesn't take care of the hang for me. Does it change anything, or do you still see the 'REQUEST_SENSE recovered from missing interrupt'? Is your source tree up-to-date? Several fixes have been

Re: ATAng no good for me

2003-09-20 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, Lars Eggert wrote: Daniel Eischen wrote: On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Daniel Eischen wrote: On a kernel built just a few hours ago, it hangs on boot right after: acd0: CDROM CD-532E-B at ata0-master PIO4 Get atapicam out and see if that

Re: ATAng no good for me/REQUEST_SENSE recovered from missing interrupt

2003-09-20 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 20 Sep 2003, Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2003-09-20, Daniel Eischen écrivait : No, using latest sources, with or without atapicam, does not solve the problem. It still hangs. Please try the patch below, it should at least work around the problem.

Re: ATAng still problematic

2003-09-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 19 Sep 2003, Dan Naumov wrote: On Fri, 2003-09-19 at 19:21, Marius Strobl wrote: On Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 05:51:25PM +0200, Jan Srzednicki wrote: Anyway, here's backtrace for atapicam panic I've mentioned. It's triggered by: cdrecord dev=1,1,0 /some/track This

Re: ATAng still problematic

2003-09-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 19 Sep 2003, Marius Strobl wrote: On Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 05:51:25PM +0200, Jan Srzednicki wrote: Anyway, here's backtrace for atapicam panic I've mentioned. It's triggered by: cdrecord dev=1,1,0 /some/track This panic isn't ATAPICAM related. Could you try the patch below?

Re: acd0 vs cd0 (ATAPICAM)

2003-09-18 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 18 Sep 2003, Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2003-09-18, Guillaume écrivait : The patch does nothing for me. Same results... and cd0 is still slow. OK, then please try to apply the patch below in addition to the previous one: Sorry, I hadn't really noticed or checked for speed issues

Re: acd0 vs cd0 (ATAPICAM)

2003-09-17 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 17 Sep 2003, Thomas Quinot wrote: Le 2003-09-17, Guillaume écrivait : + if (atapi_dma atp-channel-dma + (atp-param-config ATA_DRQ_MASK) != ATA_DRQ_INTR) + atp-setmode(atadev, ATA_DMA_MAX); + else + atp-setmode(atadev, ATA_PIO_MAX); Ahem. Replace atadev

ATAng - delay probing for non-existent drive

2003-09-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
The last change to ata-lowlevel (rev 1.11) causes a 10-15 second delay probing for a drive that's not there: atapci0: Promise PDC20269 UDMA133 controller port 0xa000-0xa00f,0xa400-0xa403, 0xa800-0xa807,0xb000-0xb003,0xb400-0xb407 mem 0xed00-0xed003fff irq 5 at device 15.0 on pci0 atapci0:

Re: ATAng - copying atapi CD

2003-09-04 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: Bryan Liesner wrote: On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, Martin wrote: If you notice that your CD-R label looks strange and if you need the data, you should backup it fast. No, we're talking about brand new, factory pressed, audio CDs. Are they copy

Re: ATAng - copying atapi CD

2003-09-03 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, Soren Schmidt wrote: No, we're talking about brand new, factory pressed, audio CDs. And on top of that, my Windows XP machine's DVD-ROM was able to raed my *commercial audio CDs* perfectly while the CD-RW in the FreeBSD machine was only able to read about 95% of the

ATAng - copying atapi CD

2003-09-02 Thread Bryan Liesner
I have a perl script that dd's each audio track from an audio cd. The tracks are copied just fine until it gets about 75% into a 70 minute cd. dd then gets slower and slower until it seems to grind to a halt. eventually, I'll set TIMEOUT messages and won't be able to kill the current dd

Re: ifconfig -a blows up if /etc/mac.conf isn't installed

2003-08-30 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Kenneth D. Merry wrote: I've figured out that after some recent posix1e upgrades (mac stuff?), ifconfig -a will blow up if mac.conf isn't there: # mv /etc/mac.conf /etc/mac.conf.backup # ifconfig -a fxp0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500

more hints

2003-08-30 Thread Bryan Liesner
If I remove device pmtimer from my config, I get a consistent panic, or variation of: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault virtual address = 0x0 fault code = supervisor read, page not present instruction pointer = 0x8:0xc0135b0a7 stack pointer =

panic, then trashed IDE drive - from kernel dump?

2003-08-26 Thread Bryan Liesner
The last known good state of my system was a world and kernel from Sunday, Aug 24 at approx 12:00 EDT. This problem is from a kernel built from sources current as of Aug 26th at approx 22:00 EDT Here's the sequence - I booted the system, had a panic while running sysctl from etc/rc.d/devd. It

Re: panic, then trashed IDE drive - from kernel dump?

2003-08-26 Thread Bryan Liesner
Just a follow up to this - cannot get it to panic with DDB compiled in. hmmm... On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: The last known good state of my system was a world and kernel from Sunday, Aug 24 at approx 12:00 EDT. This problem is from a kernel built from sources current

Question: should I even bother?

2003-08-26 Thread Bryan Liesner
Over the past few weeks, I have posted messages about panics that I've been having. No answers at all. Yesterday, I posted about a repeatable problem where dumps just destroy my IDE drive. No answers. Pretty serious problem. No, my swap partition doesn't start at sector 0. Have I offended

panic at in_pcbremlists()

2003-08-14 Thread Bryan Liesner
A couple of days ago I posted a message about panicing whenever shutting down inetd. The panic persists, but now it seems to happen at any time, always stopping at in_pcbremlists(). The kernel is up-to-date, a kernel built on July 30th runs stable as a rock. Fatal trap 12: page fault while in

PANIC shutting down inetd

2003-08-07 Thread Bryan Liesner
I get the following panic while shutting down the system or simply issuing a kill to inetd. This happens each and every time, but locks the system, so a dump isn't available. The kernel is compiled without WITNESS and without INVARIANTS. Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault

Re: USB crappiness?

2003-07-20 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Jul 2003, Juli Mallett wrote: Hi, I tried to upgrade my workstation to current recently, and I have to use a lot of USB, and while using some USB mass storage device, with a UFS filesystem on it, and doing a large operation to it (tar c|tar x) everything deadlocked on ufs, the

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-06 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: I hesistate to suggest this because everyone always gives me crap about me not disclosing the bug, but unless you are ready to grovel around in locore, and figure out what the root cause is for the difference in behaviour, I'm going to say that the

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-05 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 5 Jun 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: As I said: I still think there is a lost serialization here that's at the root of the problem. I can't really dedicate the equipment I have here to reproducing the issue at this time, or I'd track down the race I think may be happening. -- Terry

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-04 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Mon, 2 Jun 2003, Jeff Roberson wrote: If you have had issues with libthr on SMP or umtx panics, the following patch may solve these issues. http://www.chesapeake.net/~jroberson/umtxlocks.diff This patch fixes several race conditions and other issues with umtx. Actually, no it doesn't.

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-04 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Scott Long wrote: Actually, I think it's cam in general that's causing the panic with these changes. Please see kern/52718 I didn't see a backtrace in the PR. Is there one that you can share with us? It panics during boot and, unfortunately, no dump is produced.

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-04 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Scott Long wrote: It's very hard to imagine Jeff's patches causing a problem at the point that the PR mentions. Have you confirmed the problem in a kernel that was build in a totally clean environment? Scott If you mean a kernel build with standard optimizations, yes I

Re: umtx/libthr SMP fixes.

2003-06-04 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Robert Watson wrote: On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: Actually, no it doesn't. I was able to use kern_umtx v 1.3 only if I removed atapicam from my kernel config. These patches (now committed?) panic the system whether I use atapicam or not. With kern_umtx

panic: kern/52718

2003-05-30 Thread Bryan Liesner
Is anyone going to look at this before the next release? Of course, if more info is needed, I'll send it along. No dump is available - it panics during boot. http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=52718 Thanks ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: panic: kern/52718

2003-05-30 Thread Bryan Liesner
was pretty clear. If it wasn't clear enough, then I stand corrected. Date: Mon, 26 May 2003 12:11:35 -0400 (EDT) From: Bryan Liesner [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: panic since changes to kern_umtx.c The change from kern_umtx.c rev 1.2 to 1.3 brought out the following panic on my

Re: panic: kern/52718

2003-05-30 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 29 May 2003, Nick H. wrote: Just out of curosity... I had this same error a while back on one of my boxes. I ended up booting to a recovery cd and running an fsck_ffs on it and it fixed the problem. Mine would get to a login and *WHAM* it's dead. Worth a shot to see if that fixes

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sun, 16 Mar 2003, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: I think Poul-Henning will have enough information to go with now... You guys _way_ overestimate my abilities here. Right now I have a hard time imagining what geom's eventhandling for withering geoms can possibly have to do with any non-geom

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sun, 16 Mar 2003, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: One thing I'd like you to try is to remove any trace of USB from your systems. USB does some ugly VOP_REVOKES which I am not happy about, and I would like to exclude them from the list of suspects. You can remove USB from your list, I tried

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
walt wrote: Bryan Liesner wrote: On Sun, 16 Mar 2003, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: One thing I'd like you to try is to remove any trace of USB from your systems. USB does some ugly VOP_REVOKES which I am not happy about, and I would like to exclude them from the list of suspects. You can remove

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-15 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 15 Mar 2003, Shizuka Kudo wrote: --- Bryan Liesner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was able to get a kernel up and running (strangely) on 3/12, but commits after that cause an immediate panic as soon as init starts. If I build a kernel from sources cut off at 3/10/2003 at 12:00

panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-14 Thread Bryan Liesner
I made posts here recently describing some panics which are somehow related to disappearing/never created device nodes. I am unable to produce a core dump at all, as it panics before / is mounted. The documented kern.dumpdev (unknown oid) doesn't exist and setting dumpdev=ad0s1b in loader.conf

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-14 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bryan Liesner writes: I made posts here recently describing some panics which are somehow related to disappearing/never created device nodes. I am unable to produce a core dump at all, as it panics before

Re: panic on boot (devfs_find)

2003-03-14 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, Conrad Sabatier wrote: Now, really, am I the only one experiencing this? No, you're not. I've been unable to get a bootable kernel running for the last few days also. Booting in verbose mode, I see the last thing that occurs just before the panic is mounting root and

Re: Still getting panic on boot. (fwd)

2003-03-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
oops, didn't cc this to the list -- Forwarded message -- Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2003 15:50:01 -0500 (EST) From: Bryan Liesner [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Shizuka Kudo [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Still getting panic on boot. On Wed, 12 Mar 2003, Shizuka Kudo wrote: --- walt [EMAIL

Re: Panics with GnuPG

2003-03-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 12 Mar 2003, Brent Jones wrote: Wow. That's quite a trick. I've CVSup'ed, buildworld/kernel and freshly installed gpg, within the last two hours. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/brent $ gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key BB6BC940 and then it dies... Brent On Wednesday, Mar 12,

Re: latest working snapshot?

2003-03-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 10:32:02PM +0200, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: On Wed, Mar 12, 2003 at 02:14:25PM -0500, Andrew Gallatin wrote: I need to install current on a new box that just arrived. What's the latest working snapshot? 20030312-JPSNAP get about 40% of the way through

disappearing devices

2003-03-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
Todays sources as of about 22:00 est I built a kernel, rebooted, and built another, which failed with: NM=nm sh /usr/src/sys/kern/genassym.sh genassym.o assym.s /usr/src/sys/kern/genassym.sh: cannot create /dev/stdout: Operation not supported *** Error code 2 Stop in

Re: -O2 considered harmful

2003-02-28 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 26, 2003 at 05:31:20PM -0500, Bryan Liesner wrote: I have seen this as well, using -O2 -march=athlon-xp. The generated assembler tried to stuff -129 into a single byte. What about just trying -march=athlon? The only difference

Re: -O2 considered harmful

2003-02-26 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 26 Feb 2003, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: It seems that with -O2 on ia32 (-march=k6-2 in my case), gcc will in some cases generate short jumps to targets too far away for the offset to fit in a single byte. A surefire way to reproduce this is to build Mesa (or XFree86-4-libraries,

Re: follow up on acpi issue

2003-01-27 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Nate Lawson wrote: On Sat, 25 Jan 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: Thanks, Nate. When you suggested that I remove the apm stuff fron the kernel, you meant ALL of the apm stuff, didn't you :) . I took a second look and found I still had viapm and its requirements still

Re: acpi problem ???

2003-01-24 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 24 Jan 2003, Nate Lawson wrote: On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Nate Lawson wrote: On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: I just upgraded my 4.7 system to 5.0-current via sources. Everything went smoothly, and I was up and running quickly

acpi problem ???

2003-01-23 Thread Bryan Liesner
I just upgraded my 4.7 system to 5.0-current via sources. Everything went smoothly, and I was up and running quickly, but with an acpi related problem. When booting, the kernel loads, detects the devices, then hangs right here: Mounting root from ufs:/dev/ad0s1a pid 84 (fsck_ufs), uid 0:

Re: acpi problem ???

2003-01-23 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Nate Lawson wrote: On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Bryan Liesner wrote: I just upgraded my 4.7 system to 5.0-current via sources. Everything went smoothly, and I was up and running quickly, but with an acpi related problem. When booting, the kernel loads, detects the devices

Re: dc0: TX underrun -- resetting

2000-03-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sun, 12 Mar 2000, Michael L. Imamura wrote: I've had this occur also; usually I get the message twice at startup, then at seemingly random times while online. So far, my connection has only been dropped once -- I got a flurry of "dc0: TX underrun -- resetting" messages, then my connection

Unexplained network outages

2000-03-11 Thread Bryan Liesner
I have a win98 box connected to a 4.0-current box via an ethernet connection. The connection will go dead after about 20 minutes. I'm unable to ping the win98 box and cannot ping the FreeBSD box from the win98 box. No error/console messages. I can bring it back to life by doing an ifconfig

Network problems

2000-03-07 Thread Bryan Liesner
I recently set up a network at home to share an internet connection with a win98 box. Currently it's ppp/nat with a modem, in a few days ADSL. It works just fine for a while, but I'm experiencing unexplained outages where I have to do an ifconfig dc1 down/up to wake it up again. No error

Re: Crashing netscape?

2000-02-21 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Mon, 21 Feb 2000, Alex Le Heux wrote: Hi, Am I the only one who's experiencing an amzing amount of crashes on Netscape? It's been going on for quite some time now (months), upgrading Netscape or switching from the Linux to the FreeBSD to the BSDI version doesn't help. The most stable

Re: Big ATA problems

2000-02-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Philipp Mergenthaler wrote: On Sat, Feb 19, 2000 at 10:39:42AM -0500, Bryan Liesner wrote: Jose, the problem seems to be resolved by rebuilding the boot loader. Or bypass the loader altogether. cd /usr/src/sys/boot make obj make all install and you'll be able

Re: Big ATA problems

2000-02-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: Have you rebuild your modules lately ?? -Søren Yes. My world is current as of a few hours ago. I did a make world right after finding out about the loader problem to rule that possibility out. The disk probes still fail when loading today's

Re: Big ATA problems

2000-02-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Bryan Liesner wrote: The latest ata commits left my system completely unbootable. No disks were probed. He, you always seem to be lucky when I change something :) I always hold my breath when I cvsup and see changes to ata*:) Hmm

Re: Big ATA problems

2000-02-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Jose Gabriel Marcelino wrote: hi Soren, The latest ata commits left me unbootable too, the patch you provided below didn't help this too. I have a very different configuration from Bryan's (much simpler too): Jose, the problem seems to be resolved by rebuilding the boot

Re: ATA errors

2000-02-19 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 19 Feb 2000, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I cvsupped this morning and I just had a chance to build a new kernel, and now I get a "cannot mount root" and it drops into some kind of commandline where I can enter a root for it to mount. This is the error it gives me now: ata0-slave:

Big ATA problems

2000-02-18 Thread Bryan Liesner
The latest ata commits left my system completely unbootable. No disks were probed. I have on the motherboard's Alladin controller: HP 4x4x24 CD burner as master primary channel 40x CD as slave primary channel HP Colorado 8 Gig ATAPI tape as master secondary channel On a Promise Ultra66: WDC

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: ATA CD-R problems, still...

2000-01-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sun, 16 Jan 2000, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: Can you try this patch to src/usr.sbin/burncd, and see if things work after that? Thanks! (BTW, there's also an extra feature in there, hope you don't mind :) Yes, I burned a full 650MB onto a CD-R disk. No problems at all. And I see just

Re: ATA CD-R problems, still...

2000-01-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Mon, 17 Jan 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: There really wasn't any functional changes to the driver, but there was to the util :) It is sad though that there still are so many crappy drives be made :( However I've committed the fix... -Søren Now if we can only get my crappy tape drive to

Re: ATAPI broken, but why?

2000-01-10 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: I'm sure everyone's seen my e-mail and others' e-mail about ATAPI in the ATA driver, at least, being broken (WRT CD-Rs). The question is, does anyone have any idea at all why? I tried reverting to just before the CDRIOC* changes, and that

Re: ATA CD-R problems, still...

2000-01-08 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Sat, 8 Jan 2000, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: Well, I don't know about anyone else out there having the problems I'm having, but I might as well ask. I'm using the ATA driver with the following bugfix applied, otherwise the same. At the risk of sounding like an AOLer, me too. Prior

Re: broken ppp

1999-12-29 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Wed, 29 Dec 1999, Werner Griessl wrote: current's new ppp discards the "#0001"-part from my german telekom account and makes it impossible to connect to my provider. While we are on the subject, ppp no longer runs an external chat script. This used to work: set login "\"!chat -f

Re: pcm/sbc and Avance Logic ALS-120

1999-12-24 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 24 Dec 1999 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: unknown0: PnP Sound Chip at port 0x220-0x22f irq 5 drq 1,0 on isa0 sbc0: Avance Logic ALS120 at port 0x388-0x38f on isa0 sbc0: alloc_resource device_probe_and_attach: sbc0 attach returned 6 unknown1: PnP Sound Chip at port 0x208-0x20f on isa0

Avance Asound 110 patch for sbc.c

1999-12-16 Thread Bryan Liesner
A few days back my Avance Asound stopped working. The probe would fail (sorry, this is from memory): sbc0: probe_and_attach returned 6 I found a slight error in sbc.c and here's a working patch: --- /sys/dev/sound/isa/sbc.cSat Dec 11 21:30:19 1999 +++ sbc.c Thu Dec 16 23:42:43 1999

Broken sound on an Avance Asound 110

1999-12-12 Thread Bryan Liesner
In a kernel built from sources current as of 21:00 EST, I no longer have sound. dmesg from yesterday: pcm0: Avance Asound 110 at port 0x220-0x22f irq 5 drq 1,0 on isa0 unknown0: PnP Sound Chip at port 0x388-0x38f on isa0 joy0: ALS0110 PnP Joystick at port 0x200-0x207 on isa0 unknown1: PnP Sound

Re: observations with the ata-driver (hd and zip drive)

1999-11-26 Thread Bryan Liesner
On Fri, 26 Nov 1999, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems F. Heinrichmeyer wrote: more observations to the zip-drive problem: First the relevant dmesg-line: I'm also still having a small problem with the ata driver and my HP Colorado 8G. I have it hanging off an ATAPI CDROM as a slave. The dmesg

Missing HP Colorado 8G ATAPI drive

1999-10-29 Thread Bryan Liesner
I've had an ATAPI CDROM as master and an HP Colorado tape as slave set up on my system for quite some time now. I recently migrated to 4.0 and I'm using the new ATA drivers. Below is a snip from my kernel config: controller ata0 device atadisk0 device atapicd0 device

ata driver and mounting CDROMs, missing tape drives

1999-10-23 Thread Bryan Liesner
I've been having trouble mounting my ATAPI CDROM using the new ATA drivers When I do a: %mount /cdrom, the system complains: cd9660: Block device required This is my fstab entry: /dev/acd0a /cdrom cd9660 ro,noauto 0 0 And here is the

Promise Ultra66 IDE adapter

1999-10-18 Thread Bryan Liesner
Is the Promise Ultra66 IDE adapter supported? I cannot get 3.3 or 4.0 kernels to see the card at all. The mailing list archive details are sketchy at best. The pci_ide source seems to only do support for the Ultra33. Thanks, Bryan To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with