Re: PnP problems on install floppy in 4.0-SNAPS from current.freebsd.org

1999-10-13 Thread Doug Rabson
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : Due to the nature of the pnp code, it might be probed as ed1 instead of : ed0. I have a SBC here that has an onboard PNP ne2000 chip on it. It comes up as ed1 because I have ed0 at a wired

Re: COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-13 Thread Doug Rabson
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? COMMAND_SET is a macro which is used to build the list of commands supported by

Re: How to report problems (was: Request for Flames)

1999-10-13 Thread Michael Lucas
Greg, Actually, I used your page (or its predecessor, it looks different now) back when I started. ;) I'd like to do something more detailed on each type of problem. Eventually, I'd like to turn this into a troubleshooting helper for the most common problems. But information gathering is the

Re: Abit's BP6 and 'lmmon' or 'chm'

1999-10-13 Thread nnd
In [EMAIL PROTECTED] Chris D. Faulhaber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 11 Oct 1999, Nickolay Dudorov wrote: Does anybody successfully use ports/sysutils/{lmmon|chm} with the Abit's BP6 motherboard ? After 'make install'-ing ports and adding controller smbus0 controller

Re: Abit's BP6 and 'lmmon' or 'chm'

1999-10-13 Thread Takanori Watanabe
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED] Chris D. Faulhaber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I remove one of the CPUs and boot UP kernel on the same motherboard both 'chm' and 'lmmon' starts to work (also showed values for -5V and -12V looks strange). Probably

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-13 Thread Andre Oppermann
Brad Knowles wrote: At 10:11 PM +0200 1999/10/12, Andre Oppermann wrote: They must be crazy to run a several million recipients mailing list with sendmail... You don't know all the hacks that they made to sendmail to make it perform at previously unheard of

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-13 Thread Jonathan M. Bresler
Ben, Majordomo has this facility, sending periodic reminder messages; it is the bounces mailing list . I used it for a couple months. The results were less than satisfactory. Most people stayed on the bounces mailing list indefinately. ;( jmb To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Still waiting for xl driver reports

1999-10-13 Thread Thomas Stromberg
Jim Bloom wrote: I keep seeing a watchdog timeout with my 3c905B-TX every time the machine boots. It seems to occur after everything has been probed and /etc/rc has completed; around the time I get my login banner. I am running the dhcp client to get my IP address. I don't pound on the

ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread Thomas Stromberg
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/usr.sbin/ipnat/Attic/Makefile 1.2 Sun Oct 10 15:08:35 1999 UTC by peter CVS Tags: HEAD Diffs to 1.1 FILE REMOVED Nuke the old antique copy of ipfilter from the tree. This is old

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread Darren Reed
Well, if someone had of answered my question (to cvs-committers) about getting an account fixed up on freefall(?) so I could use cvs again, it might not have been forgotten about for quite so long. Maybe I sent the question to the "wrong place", but I received no answer to even indicate that!

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-13 Thread Brad Knowles
At 4:19 PM +0200 1999/10/13, Andre Oppermann wrote: That is something qmail has done since the beginning. With respect to qmail, I have no knowledge of that. I do know that this feature was available in the first public beta of Postfix. It was introduced early in the "alpha" stage

k4 and pam

1999-10-13 Thread Randy Bush
it seems that, sans warning or UPDATE, pam is now used by k4. but the distributed pam.conf has not been hacked to make it obvious how to make all this work. is anyone working on this, or should i? randy To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Thomas Stromberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For why I feel ipfilter is better then ipfw (this post was written back in December '98, ipfw may have changed greatly since):

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off toipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Thomas Stromberg wrote: So my question is, what's the direction we're taking here? The author was given commit privledges to maintain this in the tree, obviously this was not done. Peter encouraged a KLD port, and I hope someone steps up and makes one. Others have eluded

Iomega Ditto Max Parallel

1999-10-13 Thread Douglas Kuntz
Has anyone had any success using the parallel version of the Iomega Ditto Max with current, or is there any support for it? Douglas Kuntz To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Freebsd 4.0 and Linux

1999-10-13 Thread Kip Macy
This for -questions, but 3.3-STABLE does so presumably current does as well. -Kip On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, mariusz wrote: Hi What depth of FreeBSD's support for Linux applications under FreeBSD 4.0? I can't seem to find adequate information online.

Re: FreeSSH

1999-10-13 Thread James Howard
On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Patrick Bihan-Faou wrote: Hi All, It strikes me that having the base system be slightly more decomposed could be advantageous. It would be great to be able to do something like: pkg_delete lp pkg_delete yp Has anyone done/tried this in the past,

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread Dima Ruban
Darren Reed writes: Well, if someone had of answered my question (to cvs-committers) about getting an account fixed up on freefall(?) so I could use cvs again, it might not have been forgotten about for quite so long. Maybe I sent the question to the "wrong place", but I received no answer

Re: Proper Whacking Weeding

1999-10-13 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Marc van Woerkom wrote: Drawback is speed. While CVSup mirrors the CVS repository quite fast I now need an additional cvs update to sync my source tree with the CVS repository. And that is quite slow. (But I am working on a program that will speed up this process) Use a local cvsup daemon,

Re: COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-13 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Chuck Robey wrote: I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? It's a macro. :-) I thought it was defined in that same directory, even. It makes a list that is used

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Thomas Stromberg wrote: It's a shame that no one seems to want to maintain ipfilter in our tree. As far as a 'port building kld', I think this may not be the 'smartest' way, seeing as anyone who is running a serious firewall would disable kld's immediately anyhow. Your concerns

Re: Freebsd 4.0 and Linux

1999-10-13 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, mariusz wrote: What depth of FreeBSD's support for Linux applications under FreeBSD 4.0? Pretty good - most things run without problems. But, the only definitive answer is "try it and see". Does the support comply with our current requirements for Linux?:

Re: Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-13 Thread FreeBSD Bob
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Darryl Okahata writes: : If he can't, I've got a 1540A somewhere (in theory ;-) that I'd be : willing to lend out (if the address is in the US). It's been years : since I've used it, and so I'm not 100% sure that it still works, : though. Well, I could

Re: SMP stack faults...

1999-10-13 Thread Mike Smith
Just a followup question on my question from a week ago or so ther was indeed a stack overflow I'd guess- I check the code path more carefully and there was a 2KB stack buffer there (oof)- and removing it seemed to make the problem go awaySo the question here is "Shouldn't this have

make buildworld breaks during vinum compilation

1999-10-13 Thread Marc van Woerkom
I got a stop here: root@oranje# date; make buildworld Wed Oct 13 15:34:04 CEST 1999 (...) cc -O -pipe -DVINUMDEBUG -g -O -DKERNEL -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi

Re: Freebsd 4.0 and Linux

1999-10-13 Thread Mike Smith
Hi What depth of FreeBSD's support for Linux applications under FreeBSD 4.0? I can't seem to find adequate information online. Does the support comply with our current requirements for Linux?: minimum kernel version: 2.0.34 minimum glibc version:

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread zaph0d
I also must agree for many tasks, IP filter proves superior than IPFW and NATD for many things which I do. It seems much more straightforward, more configurable, and also in many respects more stable and reliable. It would not bother me in the least if they simply yanked ipfw and natd from the

Re: Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] FreeBSD Bob writes: : The DPT did not run at all. I do not have access to the DPT controllers, nor to a EISA system for testing. : The 1540A did not run the 3.3 or 3.2, : but came up fine on 2.2.6 or 2.2.8. That got me to thinking that : something had changed in

Re: make buildworld breaks during vinum compilation

1999-10-13 Thread Gianmarco Giovannelli
At 13/10/99, Marc van Woerkom wrote: /usr/src/sys/modules/vinum/../../dev/vinum/vinumioctl.c: In function `vinumioctl': /usr/src/sys/modules/vinum/../../dev/vinum/vinumioctl.c:333: too few arguments to function `initsd' *** Error code 1 Me too ... Best Regards, Gianmarco

World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-13 Thread John Polstra
I'm building world on an Alpha and have run into this: building shared library libc_r.so.4 sigpending.So: In function `sigpending': sigpending.S:2: multiple definition of `sigpending' uthread_sigpending.So(.text+0x0):uthread_sigpending.c: first defined here /usr/obj/a/src/tmp/usr/libexec/elf/ld:

Fwd: RE: /dev/smb0 on Dell Latitude

1999-10-13 Thread Richard Wackerbarth
Thanks for your suggestion. I haven't found anything in the archives that seems to apply. Any help from "current"? -- Forwarded Message -- Subject: RE: /dev/smb0 on Dell Latitude Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 17:53:06 -0500 From: "Alejandro Ramirez" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi, You

Re: make buildworld breaks during vinum compilation

1999-10-13 Thread Greg Lehey
On Wednesday, 13 October 1999 at 21:38:07 +0200, Marc van Woerkom wrote: I got a stop here: root@oranje# date; make buildworld Wed Oct 13 15:34:04 CEST 1999 (...) cc -O -pipe -DVINUMDEBUG -g -O -DKERNEL -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes

Re: The eventual fate of BLOCK devices.

1999-10-13 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, David Scheidt wrote: On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Kirk McKusick wrote: I would like to take a step back from the debate for a moment and ask the bigger question: How many real-world applications actually use the block device interface? I know of none whatsoever. All the

Re: The eventual fate of BLOCK devices.

1999-10-13 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 12 Oct 1999, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] David Scheidt writes: : It doesn't run on FreeBSD, but Sybase uses block devices for its dedicated : disk devices. There may be other RDBMSes that do this. EVERY RDBMS that I've ever seen or had to make work with my

linux emulation broken..

1999-10-13 Thread Chris Csanady
It has been getting worse and worse for me recently. The two applications where it is noticeable are netscape, and word (im)perfect. I was using the linux version of netscape, until recently when it began hanging for long periods of time during network or disk activity. For a while with WP, it

intpm(4) polling patch

1999-10-13 Thread Takanori Watanabe
If you get "Device not configured" message, apply following patch and do 'sysctl -w hw.intpm_poll=1'.If your system is SMP, 'hw.intpm_poll' value is 1 as a default.(Not tested.) This is not *the right* solution,but it will work I think. Takanori Watanabe a

Re: FreeSSH

1999-10-13 Thread Patrick Bihan-Faou
Hi All, It strikes me that having the base system be slightly more decomposed could be advantageous. It would be great to be able to do something like: pkg_delete lp pkg_delete yp Has anyone done/tried this in the past, and if so, what was the reaction? Or what do people

Re: FreeSSH

1999-10-13 Thread Pierre Beyssac
[ -security trimmed from Cc: ] On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 11:11:43AM -0400, Patrick Bihan-Faou wrote: pkg_delete lp pkg_delete yp Has anyone done/tried this in the past, and if so, what was the reaction? Or what do people think? I realize this sounds a bit like the

Re: package-like feature for the base distrib (was Re: FreeSSH)

1999-10-13 Thread Patrick Bihan-Faou
Hi, From: Pierre Beyssac [EMAIL PROTECTED] There are a _lot_ of pitfalls to this kind of approach, as I have discovered using Linux Debian. This would probably open a can of worms you have no idea of. IMHO, the single biggest mistake in Debian is the all-encompassing package system which