Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Niclas Zeising: So now I wonder why I failed four times straight building current. One definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting a different result. Maybe the build host, 11.1-STABLE from July 30, 2017, was too old? I wouldn't have thought it was too old.

Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Niclas Zeising: > I run a build WITH_CLANG_EXTRAS, and that worked, on current, last weekend, if > that's what you're asking about. > This won't take away the need for llvm ports in certain ports builds, however, > such as firefox and mesa. So now I wonder why I failed four times straight

Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
> In general, WITH_CLANG_EXTRAS controls the building of extra tools such > as a disassembler, and tools for working on clang itself such as bug > reporting tools. I don't have a really detailed answer because I've > never enabled the option. I've always perceived it as being something > most

Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
What do most FreeBSD users who rebuild system from source do regarding WITH_CLANG_EXTRAS in /etc/src.conf ? I have WITH_CLANG_EXTRAS=yes in /etc/src.conf and wonder if that could be screwing my build. Build seems to stumble on the llvm stuff, and llvm has really bloated in recent times. But

Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
from tech-lists: > What do you do before buildworld? > I'll rm -rf /usr/obj and /var/cache/ccache [1], create them again, then in > /usr/src I'll do this: > make -j32 cleanworld && make -j32 cleandir && make -j32 clean > before make buildworld. it's probably overkill but it'll

Re: Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
> Hi Tom, > Are you using any nonstandard build options/modes? > Cheers! > -Enji I don't think I am using any nonstandard build options/modes. /etc/src.conf is WITHOUT_SVNLITE=yes WITHOUT_PORTSNAP=yes #WITHOUT_MANCOMPRESS=yes #WITHOUT_DOCCOMPRESS=yes WITHOUT_SENDMAIL=yes

Inability to build FreeBSD-current amd64

2019-05-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
I have failed in three attempts over the past week to build FreeBSD-current amd64, error message is about the same each time. Build host uname -a shows FreeBSD amelia 11.1-STABLE FreeBSD 11.1-STABLE #4: Sun Jul 30 17:28:39 UTC 2017 root@amelia2:/usr/obj/BETA1/usr/src11/sys/SANDY11NC amd64

Graphics open-source-friendliness, AMD Ryzen vs. Intel

2018-11-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
I may need to buy parts for a new computer because of malfunctions on current motherboard and CPU (Intel Sandy Bridge dating to May 2011). Question is whether I am better off, regarding open-source-friendliness of graphics chips for running Xorg, with AMD Ryzen or the newer Intel chipsets. I

Re: dmesg submission service -- please submit today

2018-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
I just submitted /var/run/dmesg.boot from my current NetBSD and from FreeBSD 11.1-STABLE. I was surprised to see some other BSD OSes listed, including 5 dmesg reports from Bitrig and 3 from RetroBSD. I had been tracking three bitrig trees from https://github.com/bitrig : bitrig,

Re: dmesg submission service -- please submit today

2018-10-07 Thread Thomas Mueller
I can submit a dmesg even if I'm in NetBSD at the time: mount the FreeBSD partition and get the latest /mount-point/var/run/dmesg.boot . Question is what about those devices that don't work in FreeBSD but work in NetBSD, or which work in neither FreeBSD nor NetBSD? I'm thinking of re, where

Re: drm / drm2 removal in 12

2018-08-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
Excerpt from Oliver Pinter: > Let's do some more step backwards, and see how the graphics driver > developments works from the corporation side. > They not bother about any of the BSDs, they focus only to Windows and > Linux. If you want to use a recent (haha recent, something after 2014) you >

Re: [RFC] Deprecation and removal of the drm2 driver

2018-05-30 Thread Thomas Mueller
> Wow, this blew up quite a lot bigger than I anticipated. I'll try to > summarize the discussion a bit below and then suggest a way forward. > The primary reasons we want to do this is because there are conflicts between > the new drm drivers in ports, and the drm drivers in base, since they

Re: iwm not in GENERIC kernel

2017-10-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Ngie Cooper: > > On Oct 28, 2017, at 18:09, Gordon Tetlow wrote: > > I have an Intel NUC that uses an Intel 8260 wireless driver. This works > > flawlessly if I load the module if_iwm via the loader or the rc.conf > > kld_list directive. > > Do we know if the iwm

Re: Booting native 4K SSD disk from FreeBSD ?

2017-10-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Allan Jude: > > Anyone has any recommendations or experience about how to use native 4K > > disks with FreeBSD? > > --HPS > It is not possible in legacy/BIOS mode, because the BIOS calls do not > let you specify a sector size. > However, you SHOULD be able to boot from the 4k

Buildability status of lang/gcc5-aux and lang/gcc6-aux in FreeBSD-current?

2017-08-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the status of lang/gcc6-aux and lang/gcc5-aux regarding buildability in FreeBSD-current? I read about these packages not building on current subsequent to ino64, but there was no BROKEN notice in the Makefiles. I tried and failed on both: gcc5-aux directly and gcc6-aux as a dependency

Re: Ports still broken by ino64?

2017-06-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: > valgrind broke as part of the ino64 work :( Valgrind was not on my mind! Your post sent me to ls -d /usr/ports/*/val* to find valgrind, and then read the pkg-descr. One less tool for getting debugging information when something crashes? Tom

Re: Ports still broken by ino64?

2017-06-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
> Maybe not, but I think so. synth(8) requires the ada compiler which means > lang/gcc6-aux or lang/gcc5-aux and those DID require work to install on > ino64. I believe that this is now resolved, but I would seriously consider > simply installing synth from the package. It has no run or lib

Re: Ports still broken by ino64? <can6yy1uq6w2ckdm6m2wkoiyqd5-x6hqasvph7rycntkn2mx...@mail.gmail.com>

2017-06-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 4:12 PM, Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote: > > I remember some ports on FreeBSD-current were rendered nonbuildable by the > > introduction of 64-bit inodes (ino64). > > What is the progress on resolving those snags? > > I h

Ports still broken by ino64?

2017-06-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
I remember some ports on FreeBSD-current were rendered nonbuildable by the introduction of 64-bit inodes (ino64). What is the progress on resolving those snags? I haven't heard anything recently and was unable to find anything on wiki.freebsd.org. So how do I know the current status? I am

Re: Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
>From Simon J. Gerraty: >> Bug occurs when building or configuring ports, syntax error in >> /BETA1/usr/share/mk/bsd.compiler.mk line 52 >This is of course specific to your particular arrangement >if you'd mounted /BETA1/usr/ports on /usr/ports, it would function as >you wish, or if

Re: Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
>From Simon J. Gerraty: > Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote: > > I go into /BETA1/usr/ports/ports-mgmt/synth , run > > env MAKESYSPATH make all-depends-list > I assume you mean MAKESYSPATH=something? otherwise env itself should > vomit When I did those

Re: Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
>From Simon J. Gerraty: > > Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote: > > For building the system, MAKESYSPATH should be $SRCDIR/share/mk , to be in > > sync. > > I tried "make -V MAKESYSPATH" from several SRCDIRs, and that's what > > happened

Re: Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
>From Simon J. Gerraty: > Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote: > > It seems to me that MAKESYSPATH should match the host building system > > FreeBSD version. > Which would only be correct if building the same version of FreeBSD as > is running

Re: Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
> On Sun, May 21, 2017 at 1:54 AM, Thomas Mueller <mueller6...@twc.com> wrote: > > I tried building ports, starting with ports-mgmt/synth, on HEAD > > (12-current) and ran into difficulties with syntax error in bsd.compiler.mk > > . > > With PORTSDIR on anothe

Re: Problem with re(4) Ethernet driver has resurfaced in 11-STABLE and HEAD

2017-05-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
from O. Hartmann: > Just for my curiosity: do you have "options FLOWTABLE" defined in your kernel > config? I was not even aware of "options FLOWTABLE", having not seen it in GENERIC kernel config. I had to look in $SRCDIR/sys/conf/NOTES to find it. What would I get by adding "options

Re: Problem with re(4) Ethernet driver has resurfaced in 11-STABLE and HEAD

2017-05-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
from YongHyeon PYUN: > [removed stable@ from CC] > > I recently updated my 10.1-STABLE to 11.0-STABLE and find I can no longer > > connect with the Ethernet. > > dhclient re0 produces > > DHCPDISCOVER on re0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 4 > > DHCPDISCOVER on re0 to 255.255.255.255 port

Bug in make setting wrong MAKESYSPATH

2017-05-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried building ports, starting with ports-mgmt/synth, on HEAD (12-current) and ran into difficulties with syntax error in bsd.compiler.mk . With PORTSDIR on another partition, mounted as /BETA1, I got these errors, but not when I null-mounted /BETA1/usr/ports as /usr/ports. I shouldn't have

Maintainershjip status regarding re(4) Ethernet driver?

2017-05-20 Thread Thomas Mueller
Who is the maintainer, if any, for re(4) Ethernet driver that is again giving me trouble on Intel Ivy Bridge computer with MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard? I remember Kevin Lo, but have checked the web archives for freebsd-current and freebsd-net, and find Kevin Lo's last posts were during October

Problem with re(4) Ethernet driver has resurfaced in 11-STABLE and HEAD

2017-05-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
I recently updated my 10.1-STABLE to 11.0-STABLE and find I can no longer connect with the Ethernet. dhclient re0 produces DHCPDISCOVER on re0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 4 DHCPDISCOVER on re0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 11 DHCPDISCOVER on re0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval

Problems with re(4) Ethernet driver in 11-STABLE and HEAD

2017-05-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
I remember having problems with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on this Intel Ivy Bridge computer a couple years ago, and now the problem has resurfaced. I am fresh from updating FreeBSD to 11-STABLE and HEAD on two partitions, and in both cases can not connect with onboard Ethernet. >From NetBSD

Re: FYI: what it takes for RAM+swap to build devel/llvm40 with 4 processors or cores and WITH__DEBUG= (powerpc64 example)

2017-03-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
This raises the question, how much diskspace is required or advised for a full FreeBSD installation if both the base system and ports are built from source? Some messages in this thread have raised the possibility of needing 49 to over 100 GB, which is much more than I have allotted. Also,

Re: Differences between freebsd-base-graphics and regular current source trees?

2016-09-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
If I want to keep up with FreeBSD-current with new graphics drivers, is it sufficient to keep only the freebsd-base-graphics source tree to avoid the redundancy of keeping the regular src tree as well? I notice some things are not updated as frequently in the freebsd-base-graphics tree; "git

Re: newcons splash screen

2016-05-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
Is the newcons nonsupport for console screensaver related to the nonsupport for newcons splash screen? Situation is the same in NetBSD 7.0_RELEASE and STABLE, and current/head, no support for screensaver. DRMKMS is NetBSD's equivalent/counterpart of FreeBSD's newcons. Boot to console comes

Re: NO_INSTALLEXTRAKERNELS and PkgBase

2016-05-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
I don't really know what to quote here, but the documentation is not clear. There ought to be something in UPDATING. Issue is building and installing more than one kernel. I tried once, and it didn't work right. I had to go back to one kernel at a time and NO_MODULES=yes on second and

Re: Packaging the FreeBSD base system with pkg(8)

2016-01-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Glen Barber: > As many know, work has been in progress for quite some time to provide > the ability to package and upgrade the FreeBSD base system using pkg(8). > The majority of the initial implementation has provided much of the core > functionality to make this possible, however much work

Re: libcrypto.so.7 not found, needed (?) for X server

2016-01-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
> > root@amelia:~ # pkg info -f xserver > > Shared object "libssl.so.7" not found, required by "pkg" > > What happened here? Bug in new FreeBSD? > This is explained by the UPDATING entry of October 2015: > 20151030: > The OpenSSL has been upgraded to 1.0.2d. Any binaries requiring >

Shared library version bump?

2016-01-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
Has there recently been a version bump in the shared libraries? I saw no warning on this in the src or ports UPDATING files. I can no longer startx and can no longer run many other ports, getting errors like Shared object "libcrypto.so.7" not found, required by "X" xinit: giving up xinit:

Re: libcrypto.so.7 not found, needed (?) for X server

2016-01-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thanks for helpful advice, too much to quote, and I am too tired anyway after a sleepless night and day, was up too late with the HP LaserJet printer. It looks like I might have to rebuild all ports except for portmaster and pkg, already done; update perl to perl5.22, check the list of ports

libcrypto.so.7 not found, needed (?) for X server

2016-01-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
I just updated FreeBSD-current to r294248, and can no longer startx. Error message is xauth: file /home/arlene/.serverauth.1177 does not exist Shared object "libcrypto.so.7" not found, required by "X" xinit: giving up xinit: unable to connect to X server: Connection refused xinit: server error

Re: Make installworld fails on file not found (Error code 71)

2015-10-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
> > It looks like a problem with WITHOUT_MANCOMPRESS. > > I am looking into it. > A fix is now committed. It has been broken since June. > Regards, > Bryan Drewery Thanks for the fix, computer is now busy with NetBSD update from 6.99.44 (16 months old) to 7.99.21 for both amd64 and i386, but

Re: Make installworld fails on file not found (Error code 71)

2015-10-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
> > It looks like a problem with WITHOUT_MANCOMPRESS. > > I am looking into it. > A fix is now committed. It has been broken since June. > Regards, > Bryan Drewery Thanks for the fix, computer is now busy with NetBSD update from 6.99.44 (16 months old) to 7.99.21 for both amd64 and i386, but

Re: Make installworld fails on file not found (Error code 71)

2015-10-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
I was trying to test the new i915 graphics driver but got stuck in building and installing the userland: /usr/share/man/man2/mknodat.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mknod.2 /usr/share/man/man2/munlock.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mlock.2 /usr/share/man/man2/munlockall.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mlockall.2

Make installworld fails on file not found (Error code 71)

2015-10-20 Thread Thomas Mueller
I was trying to test the new i915 graphics driver but got stuck in building and installing the userland: /usr/share/man/man2/mknodat.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mknod.2 /usr/share/man/man2/munlock.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mlock.2 /usr/share/man/man2/munlockall.2 -> /usr/share/man/man2/mlockall.2

Re: Make installworld fails on file not found (Error code 71)

2015-10-20 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Jeffrey Bouquet: > I'd installworld in single user mode... sorry for no backstory. Worked here. Sure, I used single user mode, as advised in UPDATING file. from Sergey Kandauro: > This looks like if you would try to installworld on newer sources and older > objs without doing buildworld

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
If you haven't ever successfully run ndis before on this hardware, then testing the patch is quite useless :( Since we don't have a working reference point. Sorry for waisting your time. Totus tuus, Glebius. I remember trying ndis from a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE, but

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
set hint.rsu.0.disabled=1 This isn't sufficient. This leaves the device named rsu0 but disables it without letting other drivers attach to it. You need to remove the rsu driver entirely or use devctl to force the driver to ndis. John Baldwin I can try on the slight chance that using

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
T Thinking I might have used the wrong syntax with ifconfig, I tried again with rsu0 instead of ndis0 or other failed attempts, and was successful connecting to Internet. AFAIU, if you got rsu(4) driver in your kernel it will attach to the hardware, and the ndis(4) driver won't be able to.

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
If you haven't ever successfully run ndis before on this hardware, then testing the patch is quite useless :( Since we don't have a working reference point. Sorry for waisting your time. Totus tuus, Glebius. I remember trying ndis from a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE, but

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-12 Thread Thomas Mueller
UPDATE: I was successful with buildworld and kernel with the patch, both the custom kernel with ndis and the GENERIB kernel without ndis. GENERIB differs from GENERIC by eliminating some old devices like SCSI cards and ISA EThernet cards, but I add some wi-fi drivers like urtw, urtwn and rsu.

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
I did the update a little before your last message. svn revert by itself doesn't work, I get an error message, then run svn help revert and that gets me on the right track. I did the update and patch from NetBSD, which I believe works the same as it would from FreeBSD, subsequently booted

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
I've build a small nanobsd image (for i386 arch) that include this patch: http://dev.bsdrp.net/FreeBSD/GLEBWIFI-0.2-full-i386-vga.img.xz You can install it on a small (128MB USB flash) for testing it without re-installing your system. Installation instruction for copying this image into a

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
You sent a patch, net80211.diff.bz2 . Before I extract and apply the patch, how does that differ from D2655.diff ? Is it an updated version, does it include ndis or only FreeBSD-native drivers? Do you want me to test Hiro H50191 with native rsu, or ndis, or both separately? I guess I need to

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
I ended with doing the aforementioned 2 changes as one. The diff is living here: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2655 It spans the net80211 layer and converts (almost) all 802.11 drivers to new KPI. Now it also converts if_ndis, and this is the change I am asking you to test. Unlike all

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
I ended with doing the aforementioned 2 changes as one. The diff is living here: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2655 It spans the net80211 layer and converts (almost) all 802.11 drivers to new KPI. Now it also converts if_ndis, and this is the change I am asking you to test. Unlike all

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
I ended with doing the aforementioned 2 changes as one. The diff is living here: https://reviews.freebsd.org/D2655 It spans the net80211 layer and converts (almost) all 802.11 drivers to new KPI. Now it also converts if_ndis, and this is the change I am asking you to test. Unlike all

Re: CFT: ndis(4) testers needed!

2015-08-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
I need to make couple of non-functional but rather large changes to the if_ndis driver and will appreciate if anyone signs up to test my changes. Please contact me if you can provide help. Totus tuus, Glebius. I have two possible candidates for testing: Hiro H50191 USB wi-fi adapter,

Re: [Testers needed!] WiFi drivers changes

2015-05-30 Thread Thomas Mueller
As part of the opaque ifnet project [1], we are doing some code shake with all IEEE802.11 (read WiFi) drivers. The drivers, that provide a parent interface for the wlan(4) interface. The core idea is that parent device loses its ifnet(9) structure. The code is already complete for the

Re: [CFT] Call for testing pkg 1.5.0

2015-04-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
Excerpt from Baptiste Daroussin: - Initial support for OS X - Initial support for NetBSD/EdjeBSD How would pkg-1.5.0 integrate with NetBSD pkgsrc? I didn't think there were any plans to port FreeBSD ports to NetBSD. Or is such a plan in the works? EdjeBSD should be EdgeBSD. A little

Re: make installworld for i386 fails on Kyuafile

2015-03-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Thu, Feb 26, 2015 at 10:08:40PM -0500, Michael Butler wrote: M The recent changes which served to hide struct ifaddr have broken M net-snmp: I know and slowly working on that: https://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/svn-src-head/2015-February/068674.html Totus tuus, Glebius. How will

Re: make installworld for i386 fails on Kyuafile

2014-09-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 11:15 AM, Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net wrote: I was successful on make buildworld and kernel, but make installworld failed on a missing file somewhere: /usr/share/man/man3/pmclog_read.3.gz - /usr/share/man/man3/pmclog.3.gz === lib/libproc (install

make installworld for i386 fails on Kyuafile

2014-09-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
I was successful on make buildworld and kernel, but make installworld failed on a missing file somewhere: /usr/share/man/man3/pmclog_read.3.gz - /usr/share/man/man3/pmclog.3.gz === lib/libproc (install) install -C -o root -g wheel -m 444 libproc.a /usr/lib install -C -o root -g wheel -m 444

Driver-specific debugging in buildkernel?

2014-09-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
I want to build a kernel with debugging for a specific device, rather than for everything. Device of interest is re (Ethernet driver), also rsu (USB wlan adapter). I looked in Makefiles, also NOTES files, found some DEBUG options but nothing really general that could be applied to any

Re: Unreadable DVD in FreeBSD and NetBSD

2014-07-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
You need to install sysutils/udfclient. Your cd is in UDF format, that isn't covered by standard mount_udf. -- Regards, Ruslan Let me also say, one of the MASTER_SITES listed in the Makefile is no good (NXDOMAIN): http://www.13thmonkey.org/udfclient/releases I just tried and failed, got

Unreadable DVD in FreeBSD and NetBSD

2014-07-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
I have a DVD, a data DVD rather than movie or music, from Seagate Business Storage 2-bay NAS, that is mountable with mount_cd9660 but not readable in FreeBSD and NetBSD, using current amd64 versions of FreeBSD and NetBSD. ls /cdrom showed nothing; ls -al /cdrom showed total 6 dr-xr-xr-x 2

Re: Unreadable DVD in FreeBSD and NetBSD

2014-07-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
You need to install sysutils/udfclient. Your cd is in UDF format, that isn't covered by standard mount_udf. -- Regards, Ruslan I just tried and failed, got error messages but still got fusefs-libs which could prove useful: cc -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -I/usr/local/include

rsu wireless driver crapshoot

2014-06-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
My Internet connection on this computer is very iffy at best, not running as I type this. Motherboard is MSI Z77 MPOWER. Ethernet is Realtek (re): good with NetBSD, Linux and Haiku, (Free,Open and DragonFly)BSD bug out. Only Internet connection for FreeBSD is Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless

Re: usb issues on OLD USB 1.0 machine...

2014-06-12 Thread Thomas Mueller
Possibly increase the timing variables under: sysctl hw.usb.timings If they are not there, possibly the USB_DEBUG option has been removed from the kernel config. Can you check that? --HPS What are the units for sysctl.hw.usb.timings? Seconds? Milliseconds? I ran sysctl hw.usb.timings

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: Buy a mini-pcie atheros wifi card. How do I know this would work with FreeBSD and/or NetBSD? I could switch the hard drives between the two computers, or put one hard drive in a Sabrent enclosure: IDE and SATA inside, USB 2.0 and eSATA outside interface. I could also buy

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: please bug freebsd-usb@ about flakey usb devices. I have a couple that i need to chase up hans about. they used to be less flakey. Flaky USB devices in FreeBSD, also NetBSD, are not limited to wireless adapters. I get console messages about keyboard and mouse

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Idwer Vollering vid...@gmail.com: I'm on 10-STABLE r267049, with a local change to sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c that reverts EW7622UMN back to RTL8192SU_3. At least my adapter is working a bit more stable now :-) Mine seems to get stuck in rsu_calib_task: running calibration task often.

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Idwer Vollering vid...@gmail.com: I have a patch for that: Index: head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c === --- head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c (revision 266970) +++ head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c (working copy) @@ -69,11

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
Yes, please apply by hand. I'll see if I can do some testing myself. I happen to have one of these adapters too and the link is very unstable :-) --HPS Sometimes Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless adapter

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
I sent this message, without this top part, over an hour ago, and notice wlan0 is still up. I intended but forgot to CC to freebsd-current. But I am in newcons, having not started X so far this boot session. Maybe something rotten with Xorg, or interaction between rsu and X, or rsu and

Mysterious crash/freeze in X11 with newcons

2014-04-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
I had two crashes, or more accurately, freezes, when web-browsing. First was with Firefox on an easy National Weather Service page, I was scrolling down with down-arrow key, and system suddenly froze, no response to keyboard or mouse, display stayed (until I hit Reset). uname -a shows

Re: gnash broken

2014-03-17 Thread Thomas Mueller
I'm using the -current -- FreeBSD valfenda 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #16 r263202: Sat Mar 15 00:23:05 BRT 2014 root@:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/VALFENDA amd64 and the gnash don't work to me. I'm not using the flash plugin (from linux emulator) because I think different about this.

Re: gnash broken

2014-03-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, the gnash port is broken from two months ago , because have problem with the boost ports (link problem) Have other ports to emulate flash as browser plugins? Rizzo I have gnash 0.8.10_7 installed on FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE, and it quit working with the last update. Before then, it

Re: firebox build fails post clang-3.4 merge

2014-03-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
Does this mean the bug is fixed in 11-current? Yes, the bug is fixed in 11-CURRENT, as of Subversion revision r262809. MFC? Is that to 10-STABLE? Your message is less than clear. In FreeBSD, fixes are first applied to head (a.k.a -CURRENT), then after a

Re: firebox build fails post clang-3.4 merge

2014-03-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thanks for the fast work! The patched solve the problem for me and I was able to install and run firefox on 11.0-CURRENT i386. I have imported the upstream fix for this bug in r262809, and I will MFC it after one week. Happy Firefoxing. :-) -Dimitry Does this mean the bug is fixed in

Status of llvm/clang 3.4?

2014-03-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the current status of clang, regarding known bugs, on FreeBSD-current? There were reports of www/firefox failing to build because of bug in llvm. Can I currently build ports normally on FreeBSD-current amd64 and i386, or do I need to wait? Or update system and build ports on my FreeBSD

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Mark Felder: Yes, however the Sendmail in base on FreeBSD 8 and 9 is compiled against OpenSSL 1.0 which means it's missing support for TLS 1.2, SNI, and other modern best practice features. That suggests putting sendmail to ports rather than base system, so that updates would not

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Julio Merino: On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 6:47 AM, Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.netwrote: To Julio Merino: How long did NetBSD include both sendmail and postfix in base? What NetBSD releases? What was the first release that included both sendmail and postfix, and the first

Re: libinit idea

2014-02-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Don Lewis: I've got a Fedora server here that has systemd and I've come to dislike it. It seems to be one of those Do not open. No user serviceable parts inside. sorts of things. I was never able to get it to start NUT properly. More often than not, it fails to come up

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
I never got far enough with DragonFlyBSD or OpenBSD on live USB to see osmpd or opensmtpd (OpenBSD or dma (DragonFly). I couldn't read hard drive from either OpenBSD or DragonFly, could read OpenBSD but not DragonFly live USB stick from FreeBSD and NetBSD, meaning poor interoperability on my

Re: Freebsd 11 current testing ndis / kldload: bcmwl564_sys.ko PANIC

2014-01-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
To Miguel Clara, you might try a USB wireless adapter. I use Hiro H50191, driver rsu. But you would need to do good research to find what the chip is, and which FreeBSD driver, if any, would it work with, before you buy. NDISulator looks worth trying. FreeBSD users will want to know if it

Re: FreeBSD 10-RC4: Got crash in igb driver

2014-01-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
I work with Jack on FreeBSD network drivers, and we have a patch that we think might fix this problem. It re-implements the header pull-up code that was in the driver pre-2.4.0, but with IPv6 support. Alexandre, could you apply this patch to the igb version in HEAD and try it out on your

Re: RTL8111/8168B not negotiating 1GB

2014-01-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
but the problem is we need to patch the re driver somehow because I have many motherboards where this exact nic does not work correctly. Sam Fourman Jr. Misery loves company! My new MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard with onboard Realtek 8111E NIC is affected by this re(4) bug. Ethernet is

Re: svn ports, or the hen egg

2013-12-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
I had (still have) svn on a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE. So I tried to use that to checkout the src tree for FreeBSD-HEAD; re(4) recognized my on-motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) Ethernet but couldn't connect. So, after NetBSD 6.1_STABLE hung consistently on boot, NetBSD-current

Re: urtwn driver for Edimax EW-7811U WLAN nano USB Adapter

2013-12-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 09:56:31AM +0800, Kevin Lo wrote: Your usb wlan dongles use RTL8188EU chip which is currently not supported by any of drivers. I see; I guess I should not have believed when I was told that most likely all it would take is id-patch urtwn(4). ;-) Does anyone know

Re: FreeBSD 10.0-BETA4 now available

2013-12-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Glen Barber (excerpt): Changes between -BETA3 and -BETA4 include: - Add preliminary support for RTL8106E, RTL8168G, RTL8168GU, RTL8411B, and RTL8168EP. - Enable fingerprint checking in pkg(8) for FreeBSD-provided binary packages. - Remove the WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT

Re: request for help: MFC net80211 fixes from -HEAD to -10

2013-12-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: hi all, I'd like a developer or two to organise the MFC of anything that's in net80211 on -HEAD back to -10 before 10.0-REL. There's a few critical fixes that need to go in but I just don't have the time to do it myself. :( Thanks! There are a couple things I

Re: VIA Sprinboard: Alternative to Raspberry Pi - working with FBSD CURRENT?

2013-11-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
from O. Hartmann: Recently, I stumbled into this board, which looks promising: http://www.viaspringboard.com/products.html Does anybody know whether the offered hardware (chipse, CPU, WiFi chipset) is supported by FreeBSD? I went to that URL and noticed that the WiFi chip was Atheros

Re: 10.0-RELEASE cycle status update

2013-11-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
As some may have noticed, the 10.0-RELEASE cycle has slipped a bit behind schedule. Here is where we stand at the moment: - The iconv issues mentioned in a previous status update email[1] are being looked at extensively. There are a number of iconv(3) fixes that have been

Re: 10.0-RELEASE cycle status update

2013-11-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Glen Barber and my previous message: Software crashes because of incorrect/missing character encodings are one symptom in particular. Release engineering estimated dates ought to be updated on the website. Once -BETA4 is out, the remaining dates will be updated accordingly. I do not

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
For a future test of any updates to re driver, it might be best if I comment out device re in kernel config and test the update by building the module. I never built just a single module before, not sure if I would do it the correct way. Simply make in /usr/src/sys/modules/re and then make

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Daniel Nebdal: Ethernet without DHCP is fairly doable. Assuming that the network is 192.168.0.x , that .100 is free, and your router has .1 : ifconfig re0 192.168.0.100/24 route add default 192.168.0.1 As for DNS, I'd suggest checking on another machine what servers you get from

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried the patch on 9.2-STABLE, rebuilt the kernel and modules, installed to the correct place on USB stick, /media/zip0/boot/kernelre USB stick was mounted on /media/zip0 when I did this. Then I umounted, took the USB stick to new computer with MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard. I booted that USB

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Mark Felder: Question that arises is how does the system know where to send the email, and through what SMTP server, especially if panicmail_autosubmit=YES. Every computer on the planet has the capability of being able to send email directly without an SMTP server. The only question

dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Yonghyeon PYUN: Thomas, would you try attached patch on your system? [-- Attachment #2: re.8168evl.diff --] [-- Type: text/x-diff, Encoding: 7bit, Size: 3.6K --] Content-Type: text/x-diff; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: attachment;

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your /etc/rc.conf, a panic report will be generated and sent to root@ for you

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 24.10.2013 05:46, Thomas Mueller wrote: I have motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) with Realtek 8111E Ethernet that fails to connect in FreeBSD or OpenBSD, OK with NetBSD-current and Linux, and Atheros AR9271 onboard wifi: device athn is included in NetBSD (current only) and OpenBSD

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