Re: -current buildworld dies, retch.

1999-12-30 Thread George W. Dinolt
Otay, please tell me how to fix: === usr.sbin/ifmcstat cc -O -pipe -DINET6 -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include -c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ifmcstat/ifmcstat.c gzip -cn /usr/src/usr.sbin/ifmcstat/ifmcstat.8 ifmcstat.8.gz /usr/src/usr.sbin/ifmcstat/ifmcstat.c: In function `main':

Re: gcc compile error

1999-12-30 Thread Peter Wemm
"David O'Brien" wrote: On Wed, Dec 29, 1999 at 11:37:18AM -0800, Amancio Hasty wrote: This is the scoop. ..snip.. gcc -v Using builtin specs. gcc version 2.95.2 19991024 (release) ..snip.. Without -O or -O2 the program compiles okay. What other platforms w/gcc 2.95 have you

Re: gcc compile error

1999-12-30 Thread Amancio Hasty
"David O'Brien" wrote: On Wed, Dec 29, 1999 at 11:37:18AM -0800, Amancio Hasty wrote: This is the scoop. ..snip.. gcc -v Using builtin specs. gcc version 2.95.2 19991024 (release) ..snip.. Without -O or -O2 the program compiles okay. What other platforms w/gcc 2.95

Re: -current buildworld dies, retch.

1999-12-30 Thread Peter Wemm
Greg Lehey wrote: On Wednesday, 29 December 1999 at 21:54:42 -0700, Russell L. Carter wrote: Otay, please tell me how to fix: === usr.sbin/ifmcstat cc -O -pipe -DINET6 -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include -c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ifmcstat/ifmcstat.c gzip -cn

Re: World fail

1999-12-30 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
FreeBSD mailing list wrote: i=== libroken cc -O -pipe -I/usr/src/kerberosIV/lib/libroken/../../../crypto/kerberosIV/include -I/usr/obj/usr/src/kerberosIV/lib/libroken/../../include -I/usr/src/kerberosIV/lib/libroken/../../../crypto/kerberosIV/lib/roken

Re: make world broken

1999-12-30 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
juan wrote: yacc -d /usr/src/usr.bin/colldef/parse.y *** Signal 12 Stop in /usr/src/usr.bin/colldef. Are you doing anything special? If not, try cleaning /usr/obj first and make sure your source tree is ok. -- Marcel Moolenaarmailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] SCC

Re: make world broken

1999-12-30 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Greg Lehey wrote: /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/src/usr.bin/colldef created for /usr/src/usr.bin/colldef yacc -d /usr/src/usr.bin/colldef/parse.y *** Signal 12 This looks like you've updated your source tree and have not built a new kernel. Try the new kernel first, then the

Re: broken ppp

1999-12-30 Thread Brian Somers
current's new ppp discards the "#0001"-part from my german telekom account and makes it impossible to connect to my provider. This should work ok now. Sorry for the inconvenience. It worked ~ 2 weeks ago with current and works also in 3.4-Stable. Werner -- Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ``how to'' for Vinum and mirroring after the volume was created?

1999-12-30 Thread Gary Palmer
Greg Lehey wrote in message ID [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Again, news for me. You can stop a revive and restart it at a later time; the state information includes the revive pointer. But the only real answer to this one would be to see the statistics. Well, I deleted the plex and tried again:

KERNEL -= _KERNEL entry missed

1999-12-30 Thread Pascal Hofstee
While compiling a new kernel after the KERNEL -= _KERNEL change i found out that /usr/src/sys/crypto/des/des_locl.h still has a KERNEL check instead of _KERNEL which breaks kernel-building. I changed it myself and kernel compiled cleanly again. This is with crypto checked out from

Panic from NFS?

1999-12-30 Thread David Gilbert
Looks like the leasing stuff in NFS has a little buglet... (This is with 4.0-CURRENT cvsup'd a few days before Christmas) Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault virtual address = 0x12ffa8d4 fault code = supervisor read, page not present instruction pointer =

fsck of /, related to last post.

1999-12-30 Thread David Gilbert
Related to my last post, the system came up and started to fsck. It appears, with current, that the system will refuse to r/w mount root even though the fsck has complete successfully. Is this an rc-file out-of-date issue, or has something changed in the kernel. Root is an 18G SCSI (da0s1a) on

Re: fsck of /, related to last post.

1999-12-30 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, David Gilbert wrote: Related to my last post, the system came up and started to fsck. It appears, with current, that the system will refuse to r/w mount root even though the fsck has complete successfully. Is this an rc-file out-of-date issue, or has something changed

Re: fsck of /, related to last post.

1999-12-30 Thread David Gilbert
"Bill" == Bill Fumerola [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Bill On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, David Gilbert wrote: Related to my last post, the system came up and started to fsck. It appears, with current, that the system will refuse to r/w mount root even though the fsck has complete successfully. Is this

Re: fsck of /, related to last post.

1999-12-30 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, David Gilbert wrote: Bill Reboot. I don't know why it works, but it does. :- Right... I already knew that, but it's a manual reboot... and this is "suboptimal" (ie. requiring operator intervention). Indeed. -- - bill fumerola - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - BF1560 - computer

Re: fsck of /, related to last post.

1999-12-30 Thread Christopher Masto
On Thu, Dec 30, 1999 at 11:14:58AM -0500, David Gilbert wrote: "Bill" == Bill Fumerola [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Bill On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, David Gilbert wrote: Related to my last post, the system came up and started to fsck. It appears, with current, that the system will refuse to r/w

-CURRENT make world broken

1999-12-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I was just wondering if anyone else was having a problem making the world on -CURRENT right now? I don't remember the exact error I got because I'm at work, and my machine is at home, but for the last 3 weeks whenever I try to make world, it dies in a different place, I've tried every day, so I'm

gcc 2.96 snapshot and X

1999-12-30 Thread Amancio Hasty
Last nite , I managed to compile all of XFree86 3.9.17 with no compiler bugs from gcc. /usr/local/bin/gcc -v Reading specs from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/i386-portbld-freebsd4.0/2.96/specs gcc version 2.96 19991110 (experimental) Enjoy -- Amancio Hasty [EMAIL PROTECTED] To

Re: -CURRENT make world broken

1999-12-30 Thread Patrick Gardella
I build world this morning, and it built fine. Patrick - Original Message - From: Kenneth Wayne Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, December 30, 1999 12:23 PM Subject: -CURRENT make world broken I was just wondering if anyone else was having a problem

Re: gcc compiler problem part deux

1999-12-30 Thread Peter Jeremy
Last time I checked (I haven't moved to the latest gcc, so I can't confirm it there), one significant difference between 'cc -E' and /usr/libexec/cpp was that the latter would read from a pipe, whilst the former wouldn't. This can make converting to 'cc -E' a non-trivial exercise. Peter To

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Mon, Dec 27, 1999 at 06:28:02PM -0600, Steve Price wrote: For some reason now I can't startx(1) as either myself or root. I type startx and the PAM auth routines loop forever printing out 'Password:'. I comment out the last two lines in /etc/pam.conf and I get an authentication failure

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Steve Price
On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, Dave J. Boers wrote: # I'm having the same problem. Cvsupped and recompiled -current just a few # hours ago. Then I recompiled X 3.3.5 and installed it. Now I can't start X # anymore either. Lines containing "Password:" just keep scrolling over my # terminal. The password

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Thomas T. Veldhouse
Here is the answer I was given by somebody on this list last week. #/etc/pam.conf # tricky tricky forgive me xserver authsufficient pam_permit.so no_use # If we don't match anything else, default to using getpwnam(). other authrequiredpam_unix.so

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Thu, Dec 30, 1999 at 04:43:47PM -0600, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: Here is the answer I was given by somebody on this list last week. #/etc/pam.conf # tricky tricky forgive me xserver authsufficient pam_permit.so no_use # If we don't match anything else,

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Steve Price
On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: # Here is the answer I was given by somebody on this list last week. # # #/etc/pam.conf # # tricky tricky forgive me # xserver authsufficient pam_permit.so no_use # # If we don't match anything else, default to using

Building older -current on newer -current?

1999-12-30 Thread Bill Swingle
Hey all, I've got a laptop that's giving me all kinds of pccard headaches and I'd like to get it back to -current from the begining of the month before I was having these problems. Is there any reason why I couldn't make world from some time around 12/8/99 on -current from yesterday evening?

Re: troubles with X

1999-12-30 Thread Sleepless in Brisbane
On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, Steve Price wrote: On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: # Here is the answer I was given by somebody on this list last week. # # #/etc/pam.conf # # tricky tricky forgive me # xserver authsufficient pam_permit.so no_use # # If

Re: Building older -current on newer -current?

1999-12-30 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bill Swingle [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a laptop that's giving me all kinds of pccard headaches and I'd like to get it back to -current from the begining of the month before I was having these problems. Is there any reason why I couldn't make world from

Re: gcc compiler problem part deux

1999-12-30 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Peter Jeremy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Last time I checked (I haven't moved to the latest gcc, so I can't confirm it there), one significant difference between 'cc -E' and /usr/libexec/cpp was that the latter would read from a pipe, whilst the former wouldn't.

Re: gcc compiler problem part deux

1999-12-30 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
On Fri, 31 Dec 1999, Peter Jeremy wrote: Last time I checked (I haven't moved to the latest gcc, so I can't confirm it there), one significant difference between 'cc -E' and /usr/libexec/cpp was that the latter would read from a pipe, whilst the former wouldn't. This can make converting to

multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Chuck Robey
I've been doing a lot of neatening up here, and one of the tasks was to get both of the cdrom drives I have (one per machine) moved over so that they are on the same machine. This was so I can use the one that's a writer in conjuntion with a reader, and do duplication. Anyhow, getting the

Re: multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
The way certain devices, like cd with its monotonically increasing counter where devices are probed in order and assigned device based on precedence and not hardwiring/controller connection, work is consistent between the kernel and MAKEDEV. If you have 2 cd devices, you have cd0 and cd1, so

Re: multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Chuck Robey
On Fri, 31 Dec 1999, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: The way certain devices, like cd with its monotonically increasing counter where devices are probed in order and assigned device based on precedence and not hardwiring/controller connection, work is consistent between the kernel and

Sv: multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Leif Neland
From: Chuck Robey [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, December 31, 1999 6:29 AM Subject: multiple cd devices Anyhow, getting the kernel to recognize cd1 was no problem, but getting /dev/MAKEDEV to do that was a hairy PITA. I couldn't locate, in either cd(4) or cd(9), the

Re: -CURRENT make world broken

1999-12-30 Thread Vallo Kallaste
On Thu, Dec 30, 1999 at 12:23:35PM -0500, Kenneth Wayne Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was just wondering if anyone else was having a problem making the world on -CURRENT right now? I don't remember the exact error I got because I'm at work, and my machine is at home, but for the last 3