Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: I think you should look at exactly how OpenBSD 2.6 has integrated it and then report back with your amended proposal. :-) It looks like they distribute RSA to everyone, including the US mirrors, and it's not built by default unless you take

Is there anything special to do for a first time cvsup to current

1999-12-04 Thread Yusuf Goolamabbas
Hi, I have been doing cvsup to -stable and buildworlds for close to a year and have subscribed to the cvs-all list , I read archives of -current/-stable regularly and recently decided to do my first cvsup -current After moving to -current, I did a /usr/sbin/config CONFIGFILE and it complained

Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
It looks like they distribute RSA to everyone, including the US mirrors, and it's not built by default unless you take explicit action to enable it (i.e. it just builds a subset of the full distribution). Last time I Hmm, according to their own press, there's some mechanism more clever than

Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sat, 4 Dec 1999, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: It looks like they distribute RSA to everyone, including the US mirrors, and it's not built by default unless you take explicit action to enable it (i.e. it just builds a subset of the full distribution). Last time I Hmm, according to their

Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread David O'Brien
Last time I raised this, a few people expressed concerns about their mirrors carrying patented code which might cause them legal issues, NO. There are not patent problems until you *USE* the code. The issue is the export of encryption from the US. That is the concern with RSA and IDEA. You

Re: -current no longer builds on the alpha

1999-12-04 Thread Wilko Bulte
As Matthew Jacob wrote ... Q'uelle strange- what I have... well, we'll see what my nightly build brings... Mine fell over in 'truss'. I already reported it to Marcel, looks like something was changed in kdump/mkioctls, a script that 'truss' also uses. On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Jordan K.

Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread sthaug
It looks like they distribute RSA to everyone, including the US mirrors, and it's not built by default unless you take explicit action to enable it (i.e. it just builds a subset of the full distribution). Last time I Hmm, according to their own press, there's some mechanism more clever

Re: rpc.umntall does not work with AIX [LONG]

1999-12-04 Thread Martin Blapp
Hi, Well, it seems like RPCMNT_UMNTALL call always fails with RPC_SYSTEMERROR on all systems except FreeBSD. I tested HP/UX, AIX and Solaris boxes - they all behave identically as follows: exactly. The other systems reply is 5, which is MNT_IOERR for the authentification handle. I still do

Re: More crashes under heavy exec() load in -CURRENT (and strangesavecore)

1999-12-04 Thread Bruce Evans
#0 boot (howto=256) at ../../kern/kern_shutdown.c:273 273 dumppcb.pcb_cr3 = rcr3(); (kgdb) bt #0 boot (howto=256) at ../../kern/kern_shutdown.c:273 #1 0xc0132295 in panic (fmt=0xc0244fcf "page fault") at ../../kern/kern_shutdown.c:523 #2 0xc02158e2 in trap_fatal

Re: ide dma support not enabled

1999-12-04 Thread Bruce Evans
On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Richard S. Straka wrote: A kernel built from current source which was cvsup'ed today at approximately 10:00 pm MST no longer enables DMA support on my IDE drives. A previous kernel from 27 Nov had no problems recognizing and enabling IDE DMA support. This was broken in

Re: Importing OpenSSL

1999-12-04 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Sat, 4 Dec 1999 00:57:04 -0800, "David O'Brien" [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: NO. There are not patent problems until you *USE* the code. That's not clear. See also ``contributory infringement''. -GAWollman -- Garrett A. Wollman | O Siem / We are all family / O Siem / We're all the same

incorrect output in pstat -s

1999-12-04 Thread Philippe Charnier
Hello, Running pstat -s, I get: Device 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Type /dev/rda0s2b1318080 131808 0%Interleaved /dev/rda1s1b 66432066432 0%Interleaved /dev/rda2s1b 32640032640 0%Interleaved /dev/rda3s1b

Re: -current no longer builds on the alpha

1999-12-04 Thread Matthew Jacob
As Matthew Jacob wrote ... Q'uelle strange- what I have... well, we'll see what my nightly build brings... Mine fell over in 'truss'. I already reported it to Marcel, looks like something was changed in kdump/mkioctls, a script that 'truss' also uses. Mine's still going (I start

Re: Problem with syscons in VESA mode

1999-12-04 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai
-On [19991202 19:24], Maxim Sobolev ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Tony Finch wrote: Maxim Sobolev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: but sometimes when I'm building world or some other app text suddenly shifts from the edge of the screen by several spaces and all text passed to the console after that

Re: incorrect output in pstat -s

1999-12-04 Thread Bruce Evans
On Sat, 4 Dec 1999, Philippe Charnier wrote: Hello, Running pstat -s, I get: Device 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Type /dev/rda0s2b1318080 131808 0%Interleaved /dev/rda1s1b 66432066432 0%Interleaved /dev/rda2s1b 32640

Re: ide dma support not enabled

1999-12-04 Thread Richard S. Straka
Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 3 Dec 1999, Richard S. Straka wrote: A kernel built from current source which was cvsup'ed today at approximately 10:00 pm MST no longer enables DMA support on my IDE drives. A previous kernel from 27 Nov had no problems recognizing and enabling IDE DMA

HEADS UP: if_dc imports, al, ax, pn, dc and mx removed

1999-12-04 Thread Bill Paul
Heads up people: the if_dc driver and all its bits and pieces are now in the tree and the al, ax, dm, pn and mx drivers have been removed. People previously using these drivers need to update their /etc/rc.conf files accordingly. Also note that if_dc should now handle 21143-based NICs. If you

Re: NFS client zeroing out blocks on write?

1999-12-04 Thread Matthew Dillon
:I just upgraded a server from 2.2.8 to -current (991201 kernel) and am :seeing some NFS corruption. It looks like byte ranges are getting :zeroed out by the client (or not getting written at all, and the server :at the other end is filling with zeros?). I've seen it while writing :to both a

Mounting one FS on more than one system

1999-12-04 Thread Mike Smith
(moved to -current where there are more eyes that are interested) P.S. Mike, at comdex I spoke to you some about clustering two computers and one RAID array, remember? You mentioned that someone had pursued that avenue some, perhaps not to a working solution, but I don't remember who.

Re: Mounting one FS on more than one system

1999-12-04 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mike Smith writes: The sticking issue that we discussed was allowing more than one system to mount a given filesystem; I pressume we're talking R/W mounts here, since a R/O mount obviously would not be a problem. With UFS/FFS there are significant meta-data

Re: -current no longer builds on the alpha

1999-12-04 Thread Wilko Bulte
As Wilko Bulte wrote ... As Matthew Jacob wrote ... As Matthew Jacob wrote ... Q'uelle strange- what I have... well, we'll see what my nightly build brings... Mine fell over in 'truss'. I already reported it to Marcel, looks like something was changed in

Re: Mounting one FS on more than one system

1999-12-04 Thread Kirk McKusick
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Mounting one FS on more than one system In-reply-to: Your message of "Sat, 04 Dec 1999 10:10:20 MST." [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sat, 04 Dec 1999 13:53:26 -0800

Re: Mounting one FS on more than one system

1999-12-04 Thread Frank Mayhar
Regarding a filesystem mounted on multiple boxes, check out DFS; there's a spec available from the Open Group in the UK for $58.00: http://www.opengroup.org/pubs/catalog.saved/p409.htm If you allow multiple R/W mounts, it's certainly not trivial. As Kirk said, you need a strong

Re: Mounting one FS on more than one system

1999-12-04 Thread Kirk McKusick
To: Kirk McKusick [EMAIL PROTECTED] cc: Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Mounting one FS on more than one system In-reply-to: Your message of "Sat, 04 Dec 1999 12:44:43 PST." [EMAIL

disklabel -W now seems to not work(?)

1999-12-04 Thread Matthew Jacob
It seems that in the latest running around with things, disklabel -W doesn't seem to quite work, at least on the alpha- it seems to set the label writable, but the next attempt to open the disk sets the label area non-writable again. Before I go tracking this down as a bug, is it? Secondly,

mount(2) broken?

1999-12-04 Thread Brian W. Buchanan
After an unfortunate hard reboot today, the system fscked everything and then barfed attempting to mount /, claiming it to be unclean. I dropped to single-user mode and proceeded to re-fsck / and then tried to mount it again to no avail. Rebooting didn't help things either. # fsck -p