netgraph/ng_eiface double panic turnstile/sio lock order reversal in 5.2-BETA

2003-11-25 Thread Robin Breathe
/55784 filed against 4.8-STABLE. Find attached a full dmesg, with example script, panic and kernel config. The system is failing to dump core. I'll happily help debug this as much as is necessary before 5.2-REL. Hopeful, - Robin -- Robin Breathe [EMAIL PROTECTED

ccd(4): Fatal trap 18: integer divide fault while in kernel mode

2003-05-29 Thread Robin Breathe
expert). I'll continue to try and replicate the initial panic, and get some more helpful data. - Robin -- _ [ Robin Breathe | robin at isometry dot net | +44 1865 741800

adduser(8) in 5.0-R

2003-01-21 Thread Robin Breathe
Morning all, Just a little thing I've spotted in 5.0-R which could cause grief for new users. Post-perl adduser(8) is broken with what I would term sensible passwords. i.e. those which contain special shell characters (|/`/$/etc). The fix is simple: ---

RE: adduser(8) in 5.0-R

2003-01-21 Thread Robin Breathe
Wonderful, thank you too :) Another totally unrelated thing I'm a little unsure on is the default group ownerships of the /dev/ttyv? Devices under devfs. Some are owned by group tty, others by wheel. Is this correct/intended? It seems rather arbitrary. # ls -l ttyv? crw--- 1 root tty

RE: adduser(8) in 5.0-R

2003-01-21 Thread Robin Breathe
When you are logged in as root, the virtual terminal that you are using has those permissions - root:tty When you login as robin, it will have robin:tty. The unused virtual terminals will remain root:wheel It's about who is assigned that device. Technically, I am not able to explain this

RE: adduser(8) in 5.0-R

2003-01-21 Thread Robin Breathe
Hmmm, it might be worth mentioning, since md5 is the default passwd hash, it's not infeasible that someone might choose `rm -rf /`, or similar, as their passwd... Which would have somewhat unpleasant results since adduser runs as root. Shame this wasn't picked up before, it's such a little thing

RE: adduser(8) in 5.0-R

2003-01-21 Thread Robin Breathe
Heh, in the example I chose md5 isn't even required (I was thinking of it in terms of somebody meaningfully choosing a 8 char passwd). Robin To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message