Re: yep, umass still broken

2003-09-26 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 26 Sep 2003, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: I can get fdisk to read the MBR, but when I try mdir, I get this trace back (of course, no crash dump because those haven't worked for me in a year): trap 0xc memcpy() ohci_softintr() usb_schedsoftintr() ohci_intr1() ohci_intr()

USB / VM-related panic (vm_fault)

2003-09-12 Thread Wesley Morgan
When attempting to copy files from my digital camera I get this panic in what appears to be the VM system, however I don't get a traditional panic message or a kernel dump, just a ddb backtrace. This is copied by hand so I hope there are no errors: panic: vm_fault: fault on nofault entry, addr:

Re: Text file busy

2003-09-04 Thread Wesley Morgan
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 busy error. When did this start happening? This was something that was fixed way back on FreeBSD but it seems to be a

Re: HEADS UP! ATAng committed

2003-08-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sun, 24 Aug 2003, Matt wrote: This did work perfectly with the old ATA, but the new ATA panic's. I have found that it is due to having device atapicam for the SCSI emulation. If I recompile the kernel with this option commented out the kernel boots and everything works normally (except the

Re: Lucent Technologies Orinoco Gold WiFi errors

2003-08-22 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003, Michael Goffin wrote: Does anyone know if Orinoco Gold cards just don't work in 5.1-current, or if there is something special you have to do? I had the card working when I had 5.0-release without having to compile with OLDCARD. That install got really bad so I went to

Re: We have ath, now what about Broadcom?

2003-07-26 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sat, 26 Jul 2003, Doug White wrote: On Fri, 25 Jul 2003, M. Warner Losh wrote: : Can they now take they took relevant steps as a defence in a law court? That's a very interesting question. Which might get answered since some industrious folks aligned with a certain other open source

Re: world breakage in pam_echo

2003-07-16 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 16 Jul 2003, Christian Brueffer wrote: === lib/libpam/modules/pam_echo cc -O2 -pipe -march=pentium2 -I/usr/src/lib/libpam/modules/pam_echo/../../../../contrib/openpam/include -I/usr/src/lib/libpam/modules/pam_echo/../../libpam -Wsystem-headers -Werror -Wall -Wno-format-y2k -W

Unkillable processes with libKSE

2003-06-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
Thought I would give libKSE a try making use of the 'libmap.conf' library translations. KDE loads fine, but when I tried to run Firebird I get a process with 3 threads, and it is completely unkillable. It also is holding some kind of lock on it's own directory that has caused a couple of ls's to

Re: Unkillable processes with libKSE

2003-06-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Julian Elischer wrote: what about kill -9 887 ? The signals in libKSE are known to be 'delicate'. We are working on (well, actually David Xu is working on) a set of code to make the signal more robust. Hopefully this will fix the problem you are seeing.. Kill -9

Re: Unkillable processes with libKSE

2003-06-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Julian Elischer wrote: I can not duplicate this.. ON a system (SMP) compiled this afternoon (checked out this afternoon too), ksetest responds immediatly to ^C and ^Z in the expected manner. I am using the csh as my shell and was running as root AND as myself for the

Re: Libthr stable enough for testing

2003-05-30 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 28 May 2003, Lars Eggert wrote: The machine (SMP) would sometimes freeze solid (no panic). I symlinked libc_r back to the original library, and from then on, starting gnomepanel and some other gnome pieces would fail due to errors about libthr. I couldn't find them in any log file

modules vs kernel CFLAGS

2003-03-14 Thread Wesley Morgan
I just noted that my kernel modules seem to be building with CFLAGS instead of COPTFLAGS as I would expect. Is this intentional? I always build my kernel with more safe optimization, and figured that the modules would naturally inherit the same. WNM -- Hi! I'm a .signature virus! Copy me into

ATA problems

2003-02-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
This morning I booted a kernel built last night, and it panicked when trying to mount the root filesystem after this: ad0: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 - resetting ata0: resetting devices .. ad0: removed from configuration done cvsup'd, built a new kernel, and now instead of a panic I get

Re: UFS2 regression tests?

2003-02-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 19 Feb 2003, John De Boskey wrote: Hi Folks, I've just put together a 1.7TB filesystem and was looking for some regression tests to run against it. Looking through the mailing lists doesn't turn up anything, nor does a websearch (at least for the keywords I tried). So, does

Re: GCC 3.2.2 import -- questions

2003-02-11 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, leafy wrote: Anders Yes I noticed it this morning too. The funny thing is that. If you use a non-P4 optmized GCC to compile lcms with P4 opt, then it passes the test. But with a P4 opted GCC, it borks. Looks like P4 opted GCC itself is bogus. That's odd. Does the

Re: HEADS UP: GCC 3.2.2 is coming

2003-02-10 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Rahul Siddharthan wrote: Alexander Kabaev wrote: The import should be complete now. Please let us know if you see any problems introduced with this GCC version. cc -O -pipe -mcpu=i686 -march=i686 -DIN_GCC -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DPREFIX=\/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr\

GCC 3.2.2 import -- questions

2003-02-10 Thread Wesley Morgan
The import of gcc 3.2.2 brings a question to mind... Many people have mentioned problems with SSE / SSE2 instructions, optimizer problems etc that are supposedly fixed with 3.2.2... My question is, should I consider rebuilding my ports with this new compiler because of stability and/or speed

Re: GCC 3.2.2 import -- questions

2003-02-10 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Craig Rodrigues wrote: Many people are upgrading from 4.7.x to -current for the first time these days, so I thought I would mention that for reference. GCC 3.2.2 was an incremental bugfix over GCC 3.2.1, and there are no earth-shattering performance improvements. I have

Re: State of the Union Report (backout request department)

2003-01-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 31 Jan 2003, Mike Barcroft wrote: The archives might not be telling the whole story. A lot of times these things get handled behind closed doors, whether private e-mail or developer-only lists. Thankfully though, most conflicts *do* get resolved. :) I have always LOVED watching the

panic on boot with yesterday's -current

2002-12-07 Thread Wesley Morgan
IPsec: Initialized Security Association Processing. IP Filter: v3.4.29 initialized. Default = pass all, Logging = enabled wi0: WaveLAN/IEEE at port 0x100-0x13f irq 11 function 0 config 1 on pccard0 wi0: 802.11 address: 00:02:2d:04:df:e4 wi0: using Lucent Technologies, WaveLAN/IEEE wi0: Lucent

GEOM + GRUB = ??

2002-12-04 Thread Wesley Morgan
Trying to install a new version of GRUB not having much success. I'm wondering if GEOM is interacting with it in some strange way. I am fairly certain grub reads the partitions itself, but this would be through the geom layer would it not? The port might need to be marked broken for 5.0, or

Re: GEOM + GRUB = ??

2002-12-04 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 4 Dec 2002, Terry Lambert wrote: The GRUB stuff does not use GEOM, because GEOM is an abstraction that lives in FreeBSD only. GRUB reads the data directly, itself. To do this, it has to have some knowledge of how to at least get at the code in the boot1/boot2 case (try booting one of

Harry Potter and the Disappearing Disklabel

2002-11-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
Yesterday morning I was having some trouble with XFree consuming much more cpu time than necessary... A truss showed that some kind of shared memory issue going on, but also froze my system hard. After rebooting (kernel was from Nov 26 or 27) fsck could not check my one dirty UFS2 partition. Had

Re: Harry Potter and the Disappearing Disklabel

2002-11-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 29 Nov 2002, Steve Kargl wrote: On Fri, Nov 29, 2002 at 09:41:56AM -0500, Wesley Morgan wrote: I've seen one post similar to this, but not much else. I think maybe the UFS2 problem had to do with Kirk's recent changes, but the disklabel issue... I'm wary to reboot my machine

Re: Trashed Disk Labels

2002-11-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 29 Nov 2002, Kirk McKusick wrote: I have had a report of a disk label getting trashed after booting up to a kernel with the new UFS2 superblock format. I have just checked in an update to ufs/ffs/ffs_vfsops.c (version 1.198) that explicitly checks to make sure that it will not trash

Re: DISABLE_PSE DISABLE_PG_G still needed?

2002-11-15 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 15 Nov 2002, Vallo Kallaste wrote: Just finished '-j2 buildworld' and it did well with kernel which had the options enabled. Therefore I suppose that those options are still absolutely necessary to make use of -current system. These This may be a bit overstated. I removed those

Re: DISABLE_PSE DISABLE_PG_G still needed?

2002-11-15 Thread Wesley Morgan
Based on this, are you recommending that the DISABLE_* still be used? Will I never see the problem with 512mb of ram? On Fri, 15 Nov 2002, Terry Lambert wrote: The amount of RAM will also affect it. It can also happen on P3's and AMD K6's. It is a CPU bug related to the use of 4M pages.

Re: Cannot find my Linux partition

2002-10-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 31 Oct 2002, Craig Rodrigues wrote: On Thu, Oct 31, 2002 at 06:33:13PM +0100, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Please try this patch: I am also attaching the dmesg.boot file. I can now mount my Linux partition with: mount -r -t ext2fs /dev/da1s7 /linuxmount This might be a dumb question,

Re: libc size

2002-10-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 31 Oct 2002, Tim Kientzle wrote: I agree with David Schultz that dynamically linking /bin and /sbin is playing with fire. I, too, have had ugly experiences on systems that did this: When /usr won't mount, it is not pleasant to be stuck with no tools. (Consider a network environment

Re: kern/42417 cannot probe Olympus digital camera, C-1

2002-10-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 1 Nov 2002, Ian Dowse wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Nate Lawson wri tes: I looked at the change and it seems good. Can someone more familiar with the USB system verify this? Done - I have a C-1 here, so I was able to test it - obviously I haven't accessed the camera from

Re: Type1 font problem (Was: Re: mozilla-devel problems)

2002-10-26 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sat, 26 Oct 2002, Ollivier Robert wrote: According to Ollivier Robert: During its reading of all fonts available, it get a segv... Any idea ? Found that at least one of the Type1 fonts I had (installed by XFree86) does bad things to freetype and it was getting a segv. The interesting

Re: mozilla-devel problems

2002-10-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 24 Oct 2002, Adam Weinberger wrote: (10.24.2002 @ 1036 PST): Adam Weinberger said, in 2.2K: I'll put in a screenshot after I get moz recompiled with XFT. end of Re: mozilla-devel problems from Adam Weinberger FWIW, this is a screenshot of my -STABLE machine:

Re: X problems 5.0... -RELEASE?

2002-10-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sat, 19 Oct 2002, Juli Mallett wrote: Note that during these, mp3s keep playing, gtk-gnutella keeps downloading things, etc., it seems X just isn't updating the display... Even a resize of a sizable gtk frame I did while it was frozen took affect when it unfroze... Have you tried loggign

X problems 5.0... -RELEASE?

2002-10-13 Thread Wesley Morgan
The last tentative date for 5.0-RELEASE I have seen is late November, early December... This does seem odd since I haven't seen a DP2, but... Quite a few people seem to be having serious problems with XFree86 for 3-4 weeks, everything from sig 6's, the bezier crashes, to strange freezes that

Re: X problems 5.0... -RELEASE?

2002-10-13 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sun, 13 Oct 2002, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, Oct 13, 2002 at 11:28:51PM -0400, Wesley Morgan wrote: I know there is some work being done on the recent signal changes to fix some things, but are we sure this is the problem? I would hate to see release schedules pushed back because

Re: KDE 3.0 broken in current??

2002-10-10 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 9 Oct 2002, Alex Zepeda wrote: I'm quite suprised how this managed to avoid detection for so long (webcvs.kde.org indicated that the last commit to this branch was 12 months ago). It's that whole feeling of fixing the same problems over and over again. Most likely this is a

Re: sorry state of Xserver in 5.0

2002-10-08 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Tue, 8 Oct 2002, Alexander Leidinger wrote: To fix signal 6, I think you need to rebuild your X server. Do you think I have to rebuild or do you know I have to rebuild? I've rebuilt several times. I'm guessing NO, since I still have the problems periodically. --

Re: sorry state of Xserver in 5.0

2002-10-07 Thread Wesley Morgan
This sounds very similar to a problem I am seeing that does not result in a fatal lockup, but rather several minutes of complete unresponsiveness. It only seems to happen when Konqueror tries to autocomplete from the location bar. On Mon, 7 Oct 2002, Andrew Gallatin wrote: Every so often, my

Re: kernel panic trying to utilize a da(4)/umass(4) device withohci(4)

2002-10-06 Thread Wesley Morgan
Hi. See pr kern/43462. Happens to me. I wish it would get fixed :) On Sun, 6 Oct 2002, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: I can't get more info because crash dumps don't work when this happens, but for what it's worth, here's a traceback which shows what happens when I attempt to use my da0:

Re: The official GEOM is in the tree speech.

2002-10-05 Thread Wesley Morgan
So I guess you want to change the behavior of sort to be POSIX... :P On Sat, 5 Oct 2002, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Ok, we've reached a milestone which have been on the radar for 8½ years, at least for some of us: GEOM is far from done yet, but unless I have overlooked something, it now

Re: kernel boot messages absent

2002-10-03 Thread Wesley Morgan
My sc0 device was at flags until I changed the hints line to: hint.sc.0.at=acpi A few days ago... On Thu, 3 Oct 2002, Bruce Evans wrote: On Thu, 3 Oct 2002, Bernd Walter wrote: On Thu, Oct 03, 2002 at 03:55:17AM +0200, Alexander Langer wrote: Also sprach Bernd Walter ([EMAIL

Re: XFree86 crash, Bezier thing (was Re: Is phk rewriting the kernelover the weekend?)

2002-09-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
Does this bug effect -stable? It only showed up in -current recently. Isn't it a bigger chance that something on the FreeBSD side made this bug much more visible? On Sun, 29 Sep 2002, Maxim Sobolev wrote: I think it should be fixed in FreeBSD ports before 4.7, because it is really annoying

Re: XFree86 crash, Bezier thing (was Re: Is phk rewriting the kernelover the weekend?)

2002-09-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
Yes, i don't see any -stable systems bombing out. But it _always_ occurrs when typing. No matter what app... Sometimes in the linux opera, sometimes in the konq address bar. I dont think it ever happened when typing in an Xterm though. On 29 Sep 2002, Frode Nordahl wrote: On Sun, 2002-09-29 at

Re: troubles with recent -current

2002-09-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
I thought it was just me, but since last week sometime I have been seeing several strange crashes in X. It usually has something to do with the keyboard. X will bomb out saying it caught a sig11, and the message in my system log shows a sig6. At first I thought this was due to using XFree that I

Re: X server crashes?

2002-09-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
Yep, I'm seeing this using the new native Opera binary, when doing some font-related things. On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Eric Hodel wrote: walt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: WTF is a bezier? A bezier is a type of curve drawn by endpoints and anchor points to bend it. To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: X server crashes?

2002-09-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
That precisely describes my crashes. _always_ when i was typing something. On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Peter Wemm wrote: This was a few days ago. I was typing something at the time. Mozilla was running but it is an old linux binary, not a freebsd-native binary. Unless exmh/wish or xterm are

Re: trouble building XFree86-4-Server under yesterday's current

2002-09-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
I have built XFree86 at least 3 times in the past week, all with varying levels of optimization, from -O to -O3 and ALWAYS with -march=pentium3. All of the builds succeeded, although I had stability problems with -O2 and above. Are you _certain_ this is a compiler bug? On Tue, 24 Sep 2002,

Re: `lorder' problem

2002-09-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
You may already know this, but the GNU sort also check for the environment variable _POSIX2_VERSION, and according to the docs setting it to 199209 will revert to the old style usage (and unbreak world I am guessing) On Tue, 24 Sep 2002, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED],

i386 machine/endian.h

2002-09-22 Thread Wesley Morgan
I've been playing around with lang/icc a bit, and find it quite vexing that machine/endian.h has macros that are ifdef'd around __GNUC__. The intel compiler does not like the macros, partly because they are split across multiple lines and possibly for other reasons. It seems to me that making a

Re: i386 machine/endian.h

2002-09-22 Thread Wesley Morgan
I'm doing something completely wrong here... Just dropping in icc to replace gcc/g++. On Mon, 23 Sep 2002, Bruce Evans wrote: On Sun, 22 Sep 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote: I've been playing around with lang/icc a bit, and find it quite vexing that machine/endian.h has macros that are ifdef'd

Re: buildworld failure in openssl?

2002-09-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
Nope, but i see that here. DES reported it too, but we get some many 'tinderbox failures' from him that some people might just ignore them =) On Thu, 19 Sep 2002, Andrew Gallatin wrote: I'm trying to upgrade a ~March -current machine to a more modern version. Buildworld is dying like this:

ssl.h world breakage... fix coming??

2002-09-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
This has been mentioned several times now... Surely the fix is trivial :) Is anything in the works? -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ Wesley N Morgan _ __ ___ | _ ) __| \ [EMAIL PROTECTED] _

Re: slapd dumping core with today's current.

2002-09-18 Thread Wesley Morgan
Boot from a kernel from a day or two ago and you should be fine. Unless you build every day, your kernel.old/kernel should be in agreement with libc_r On Wed, 18 Sep 2002, Julian Elischer wrote: threads is broken right now.. due to a miscommunicatin,. the kernel and the threads library have

Re: panic: bad pte

2002-09-11 Thread Wesley Morgan
I haven't been paying much attention to the issues lately... BUT... I have the same problem on my p3. But it's not just during the openoffice built.. It occurrs at other times too. Unfortunately it seems to be a hard freeze because I don't get any dumps (or maybe its breaking to ddb and I need

sio problems?

2002-09-08 Thread Wesley Morgan
The sio driver was touched recently for the PUC stuff... Not sure if that is the source of my problem, but suddenly I am seeing many many many of these: sio1: 22 more interrupt-level buffer overflows (total 2943) Just started recently. Seems to happen most often when I cvsup. Happens with and

Re: When will PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES be default?

2002-07-18 Thread Wesley Morgan
So, how much does this have to do with my laptop's sound (DSP) dumping out after about 10 seconds? (Toshiba had the great idea of hard-wiring most everything through IRQ 11, although pccardd seems to be able to use others) Longer Answer: For some time now MS has had the notion of a Plug and

Re: php4 -DWITH_APACHE2 breaks on -current

2002-07-11 Thread Wesley Morgan
The standalone php cgi is a little borked too. It won't work with squirrelmail unless you remove a configure option. I cant remember which one right now, but I figured it out before :) On Thu, 11 Jul 2002, Edwin Culp wrote: Simon, Alex Dupre [EMAIL PROTECTED] submitted mod_php-dev with PR

Re: KSE status report

2002-07-02 Thread Wesley Morgan
After reading this... I got to thinking, and I copied the old headers into the wrong place. After rebuilding, it works fine :)... That's what I get for doing it at 2am! My fault, you guys could have fixed this almost immediately except for some bad info from me. Good idea. Unforunatly someone

Re: KSE status report

2002-07-02 Thread Wesley Morgan
yuo have running and is there still anything that does the wrong thing? On Tue, 2 Jul 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote: After reading this... I got to thinking, and I copied the old headers into the wrong place. After rebuilding, it works fine :)... That's what I get for doing it at 2am! My fault

Re: Post-KSE disaster with libc_r

2002-07-01 Thread Wesley Morgan
are delivered to processes but can effect individual threads. yuck) Anyone who can help identify the problem please do.. I'm off to bed before my head explodes.. I'll be back tomorrow AM. I'm going to spend as much of msuspension sleeping as possible :-) On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote

Re: Post-KSE disaster with libc_r

2002-07-01 Thread Wesley Morgan
Ktracing with context switches look the same as before Stepping into libc_r leads me on a merry chase through what appears to be normal execution, until somewhere in uthread_sig.c about line 552... (gdb) r Starting program: /usr/local/bin/kdeinit Breakpoint 1 at 0x28e839f6: file

Re: Post-KSE disaster with libc_r

2002-07-01 Thread Wesley Morgan
Reverting proc.h and queue.h do nothing. Booting a kernel from 20020624, still crashes all threaded systems. Same behavior on a 20020620 kernel. I don't change any of those. On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Daniel Eischen wrote: I'd suspect that it is something to do with the layout of the fpregs,

Re: Post-KSE disaster with libc_r

2002-07-01 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Wesley Morgan wrote: Reverting proc.h and queue.h do nothing. Booting a kernel from 20020624, still crashes all threaded systems. Same behavior on a 20020620 kernel. I don't change any of those. On Mon, 1 Jul 2002, Daniel Eischen wrote: I'd suspect

Re: Post-KSE desaster

2002-06-30 Thread Wesley Morgan
I see this problem too. Luckily I have my entire KDE and QT system build with debugging symbols... However, the problem is definitely in the libc_r... I get virtually the same dump as Michael. #0 0x28e8d280 in _thread_kern_sched_state_unlock () from /usr/lib/libc_r.so.5 #1 0x28e8c9a7 in

-current panic in suser_cred()

2002-06-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
At some point between 20 Jun and (by my best guest) 22 Jun there has been a problem introduced somewhere... How much more vague can you get? :)... File creation works fine, but attempting to rm causes a panic. config and dmesg (of a non-panicking kernel) are attached, panic message and gdb stuff

Re: UFS2 related message?

2002-06-22 Thread Wesley Morgan
By chance, is this a new installation? A month or so ago I was adding a drive to a -current system and I discovered that the newfs defaults were setting insanely large block/fragment/inode sizes and I could not even do a 'make world' on that partition. Had to completely reinstall and override the

Re: MySQL 3.23.51 Error

2002-06-21 Thread Wesley Morgan
I get this same error, and was able to fix it by disabling tcp wrappers in the config (this is a non-production system), and adding -lstdc++ to the libraries for linking. Strange that you were able to compile .49, I couldn't build it without massaging the code either. As another data point, I was

C++ problems

2002-06-11 Thread Wesley Morgan
I cleaned up my /usr/lib and /usr/include file of stale headers/libs left after the libstdc++ upgrade (maybe this should be in src/UPDATING??), and now any port that uses C++ autoconf fails to configure... checking if STL implementation is SGI like... no checking if STL implementation is HP

ACPI problems on -current

2001-11-20 Thread Wesley Morgan
I am running -current with NEWCARD on a thinkpad x20. The system has a builtin 3com ethernet card that attaches on the xl driver, and I have a wavelan card. Neither network card functions when the ACPI module is loaded, but work perfectly with no acpi. Anyone have any ideas what the problem may

Re: ACPI problems on -current

2001-11-20 Thread Wesley Morgan
I placed the verbose boot dmesg's at www.chemikals.org/acpi and www.chemikals.org/no-acpi Thanks in advance for any help rendered! On Tue, 20 Nov 2001, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wesley Morgan writes: : Anyone have any ideas what the problem may be? The error

Re: Accton EN2242 MiniPCI 10/100 (dc0) not working.

2001-10-18 Thread Wesley Morgan
My Xircom (cardbus) nic is nonfunctional in -current as well, however it hangs the system when dhclient tries to set it up. On Thu, 18 Oct 2001, Trent Nelson wrote: I have a Sharp AR50 laptop. It has an Accton EN2242 MiniPCI 10/100 NIC that's producing the following: pci0: bridge,

Re: ACPI??? was - Re: -current TCP performance hosed?

2001-09-14 Thread Wesley Morgan
FYI -- this has happened on my laptop (Toshiba Tecra 8000) ever since the ACPI was first introduced (months and months ago) On Fri, 14 Sep 2001, Mike Smith wrote: It seems that, on Fri, Sep 14, 2001 at 03:18:47PM -0700, in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mike Smith wrote: Nope, no debug

removal of diskcheckd.conf breaks mergemaster

2001-08-28 Thread Wesley Morgan
Subject says it all. /usr/src/etc/Makefile still refers to diskcheckd.conf... -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ Wesley N Morgan _ __ ___ | _ ) __| \ [EMAIL PROTECTED] _ __ | _ \._ \ |) |

Re: Sound broken on -current again...

2001-08-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
My sound is broken as well. On both an SBLIVE card and a Yamaha OPL-SA chipset. The time frame for the breakage is definitely within the last 10 days as my previous world/kernel was from 8/5 and the current world is 8/16. On Sun, 19 Aug 2001, Maxim Sobolev wrote: On Sat, 18 Aug 2001 21:10:40

fstab weirdness / UPDATING

2001-04-04 Thread Wesley Morgan
My understanding is that there have been some changes regarding fstab, fsck, etc. recently. On boot, I find that only first two filesystems are listed as "clean", and on a recent un-clean shutdown only the first two were properly fsck'd (although the system was allowed to boot and mount

Re: dirty buffers on reboot again?

2001-02-23 Thread Wesley Morgan
Not here. Just using ad and friends. On Fri, 23 Feb 2001, Matthew Jacob wrote: Hmm... Good question. On Fri, 23 Feb 2001, David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 03:20:10PM -0800, Matthew Jacob wrote: login: (da0:ahc0:0:0:0): tagged openings now 16 ... syncing disks... 3 3 3

name resolution problems

2001-02-19 Thread Wesley Morgan
Since the big shake-up with -current, I find that mozilla and galeon can no longer function (both up to date), but lynx has no problems. Mozilla seems stuck resolving hostnames, yet tcpdump shows no traffic and truss indicates that it is simply looping around a poll(). The biggest difference

DEVFS

2001-02-02 Thread Wesley Morgan
With devfs "default" in -current, I have a question about permissions. I know that rc.devfs will set up custom permissions at boot... But what about a device that detaches? When you re-attach, it goes back to the default permissions. This is a bit annoying; is there a workaround for it? Should

Re: PROCTREE_LOCK() vs. gdb hang

2000-12-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sun, 31 Dec 2000, User Sja wrote: I don't really know my way around the kernel so I'm just guessing here: Is there a proctree lock release operation missing in kern_sig.c, function issignal()? There seems to be one lock operation more than there are release operations. I tried putting

Re: PalmPilot emulators don't work on CURRENT

2000-12-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 29 Dec 2000, Juriy Goloveshkin wrote: Hello, Can anybody run any PalmPilot emulator on CURRENT? pose and xcopilot don't work. Nope. -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ Wesley N Morgan _ __ ___ | _ ) __| \

RE: PalmPilot emulators don't work on CURRENT

2000-12-29 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Fri, 29 Dec 2000, Daniel O'Connor wrote: On 29-Dec-00 Juriy Goloveshkin wrote: Can anybody run any PalmPilot emulator on CURRENT? pose and xcopilot don't work. Perhaps if you submitted a bug report worthy of the name someone might be able to help. Does it core? panic the machine?

Re: ACPI says: too many dependant configs(?)

2000-12-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
Since we are on the subject of ACPI, it is working great except for one thing, it can't attach my sound card to the pcm device (does that sound correct?). It definitely sees it: unknown: YMH0021 can't assign resources Looks like the yamaha chipset to me. If I could get sound working, I'd

this just in: kernel broken

2000-12-05 Thread Wesley Morgan
Source from latest cvs. World builds A-OK, kernel bombs, looks like it needs to include sys/lock.h: cc -c -O -pipe -mpentiumpro -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi -g -nostdinc -I- -I.

linux emulation

2000-10-31 Thread Wesley Morgan
Anyone having problems with the linuxulator the past couple days? Module fails to load for me, with this message: link_elf: symbol makebdev undefined -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___ Wesley N Morgan _ __ ___ | _ ) __| \

new pccard beep code not quite right

2000-10-28 Thread Wesley Morgan
While I'm sure the new beeps for pccard insert/remove are quite charming on some laptops, they are a bit broken on mine... The new beeps are nothing more than a barely audible click or two... But the real problem is that if the speaker wants to beep afterwards, my ears are assaulted by not one

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: I don't really care that much how good my random bits are right after boot, but I do care about my machine coming up quickly. I don't know about that, look at your boot logs: Oct 26 17:32:19 catalyst /boot/kernel/kernel: Copyright (c) 1992-2000

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
I'm not knocking anyone or any code, especially considering this IS -current... BUT... I don't need to read the code to know that I am seeing the same fortunes on first login after reboot more often than I can attribute to random chance. Maybe nanotime is being harvested, but it seems that there

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-25 Thread Wesley Morgan
Ok, I rebooted once and the entropy caching did not work. Changed entropy_file to point to /var/db/entropy, rebooted. Did not work. Commented out the entropy_file setting and rebooted... And it worked. Rebooted 5 times, worked every time. Laptop is working now. cvsup'd my desktop, ran mergemaster

Re: savecore cannot find device?

2000-10-10 Thread Wesley Morgan
Mine has been saying something similar for a week or so now. I just figured it was me and ignored it. Manually running savecore gives no error and works fine. On Wed, 11 Oct 2000, Jun Kuriyama wrote: My boot message of today said: Oct 11 10:18:10 waterblue savecore: /dev/#C:116:0x20001: No

Re: make installkernel broken by recent manpage changes

2000-10-08 Thread Wesley Morgan
Since we are on the subject of installing kernels, i noticed last night that the target "make kernel-install" (not part of world) will cause your modules to be moved into modules.old. It looks like the routine that moved the kernel - kernel.old was not changed or something like that. Or maybe

pcmcia and ed

2000-10-07 Thread Wesley Morgan
Some recent change to either the ed device or pccard support is making the kernel hiccup on my ethernet card: ed0 at port 0x300-0x31f irq 10 slot 1 on pccard1 ed0: address 00:e0:98:88:db:09, type Linksys (16 bit) module_register: module isa/ed already exists! Module isa/ed failed to register: 17

panic in ufs_extattr_uepm_destroy()

2000-10-05 Thread Wesley Morgan
I'm getting a panic in ufs_extattr_uepm_destroy() because in ffs_vfsops.c it is being called (line 788) with ump NULL: ufs_extattr_uepm_destroy(ump-um_extattr); Of course disabling FFS_EXTATTR gets rid of this:) -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___

Re: ATA DMA support is broken

2000-10-03 Thread Wesley Morgan
I'm seeing the same problem on my Tecra 8000: atapci0: Intel PIIX4 ATA33 controller port 0xfe60-0xfe6f at device 5.1 on pci0 atapci0: Busmastering DMA enabled ata0 at port 0x1f0-0x1f7,0x3f6 irq 14 on isa0 ata1 at port 0x170-0x177,0x376 irq 15 on isa0 ata1-slave: ata_command: timeout waiting for

panic in kernel configuration menu

2000-09-28 Thread Wesley Morgan
When the kernel configuration menu comes up with the three possible selections, pressing ctrl-alt-del ends up with this message: panic: spin lock (null) held by 0x0 for 5 seconds sounds like one that should be an easy fix -- _ __ ___ ___ ___

sound breakage

2000-09-24 Thread Wesley Morgan
Something committed in the last 16 hours or so (seems to have) hosed mp3 playback on my laptop (OPL-SA3)... It stutters on the first 1/2 second of the mp3 over and over. The cvs-all archives for last week look like they are in limbo right now or else I would look for a specific commit. Is anyone

Re: PRE_SMPNG snap

2000-09-16 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Sat, 16 Sep 2000, John Baldwin wrote: Err, AFAIK, the only instability atm is that under heavy load some ahc controllers seem to hang (or possibly the ahc driver is getting out of sorts and hanging.) However, the problem is not so bad that you can't build world in at most 2 boots, and it

Re: SMP mega-commit complete

2000-09-07 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Jason Evans wrote: A static tag, named PRE_SMPNG, was created at 18:00 PDT. The SMP patches have now been committed. Is it safe to follow src-sys from PRE_SMPNG and everything else as -current? -- _ __ ___ ___ ___ ___

Re: Recent -current Performance Drop?

2000-07-11 Thread Wesley Morgan
Actually in the past week or two I have seen a make buildworld drop from 205-210 minutes to 180-190 minutes. But I would be more inclined to attribute that to changes in the source tree itself, not performance. On Tue, 11 Jul 2000, Thomas D. Dean wrote: I don't know if this belongs in -current