neomagic 256av/256zx audio

2000-01-09 Thread Cameron Grant
i have just committed a driver for the neomagic chips. please test and post results. - cameron To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: IPSEC broken, was Re: IPv6 testing...willing to help

2000-01-09 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, 9 Jan 2000, Leif Neland wrote: Kernel build stops with "Don't know how to make sha1.c". sha was removed a few days ago, a "heads up" said. Different instance - that was just SHA1-format passwords. Kris To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: ATA atapi-all.c problems/fixes/cleanups

2000-01-09 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
On Thu, 6 Jan 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: You should respect the blocksize when talking to a device with a fixed blocklength, dont write ! % blocksize blocks to the device.. By the way, I think I've redone this enough times that it's all correct. It's 32-bit support _outside_ of the

Re: 4.0 slower than 3.4?

2000-01-09 Thread Rodney W. Grimes
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], james [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's interesting though how i had no ipf rules whatsoever, yet it introduced so much latency, as Alexander has pointed out in another email. Why is ipf so slow? I was planning on switching from ipfw/natd to ipf/ipnat,

ESS 1868 and DSP_BUFFSIZE

2000-01-09 Thread Donn Miller
It looks like the ESS 1868 is working OK now with the DSP_BUFFSIZE set to 8192. Before, it wouldn't work unless I set this value to (65536 - 256), which was the original value, I believe. So, why does the ESS work OK now with a buffer size of 8192? And how is this buffersize an advantage over

Re: IPSEC broken, was Re: IPv6 testing...willing to help

2000-01-09 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
The 1st thing I want to be tested is that, a kernel with following additions to the config file options INET6 #IPv6 communications protocols options IPSEC #IP security options IPSEC_ESP #IP security (crypto; define w/

Re: ESS 1868 and DSP_BUFFSIZE

2000-01-09 Thread Ian West
On Sun, Jan 09, 2000 at 06:16:30AM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: It looks like the ESS 1868 is working OK now with the DSP_BUFFSIZE set to 8192. Before, it wouldn't work unless I set this value to (65536 - 256), which was the original value, I believe. So, why does the ESS work OK now with a

RE: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Brad Knowles
At 8:29 PM -0800 2000/1/8, FreeBSD wrote: Again, I ask, if all you want to do is flame, take it to private e-mail and let's leave the lists out of this. I don't think you get the point. If you continue to use an alias (as opposed to your real name), then it looks like everyone is

Strange SCSI related system hang

2000-01-09 Thread Dave J. Boers
Hi all, This morning I had a very strange (at least I've never seen it before) SCSI related system hang. The system simply stopped responding at 9:30:03 am this morning. I found it in this state at 13:20. It had been hanging _hard_. No response to console, serial terminal or network. After a

make world broken?

2000-01-09 Thread Alfred Perlstein
=== libdes rm -f .depend mkdep -f .depend -a-I/vol/vinum0/src/secure/lib/libdes/../../../crypto/libdes -I/usr/obj/vol/vinum0/src/i386/usr/include /vol/vinum0/src/secure/lib/libdes/../../../crypto/libdes/cbc_cksm.c /vol/vinum0/src/secure/lib/libdes/../../../crypto/libdes/pcbc_enc.c

Re: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Amancio Hasty
At 8:29 PM -0800 2000/1/8, FreeBSD wrote: Again, I ask, if all you want to do is flame, take it to private e-mail and let's leave the lists out of this. I don't think you get the point. If you continue to use an alias (as opposed to your real name), then it looks like

Re: ESS 1868 and DSP_BUFFSIZE

2000-01-09 Thread Donn Miller
Ian West wrote: On Sun, Jan 09, 2000 at 06:16:30AM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: Everything seems to be working great for the ESS 1868 now, but I was just wondering... While it is much better than it was (sound happens, and the machine doesn't reboot :-), I am still seeing a repeat of

Re: make world broken?

2000-01-09 Thread Mark Murray
=== libdes Fixed - thanks! M -- Mark Murray Join the anti-SPAM movement: http://www.cauce.org To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Brad Knowles
At 4:48 AM -0800 2000/1/9, Amancio Hasty wrote: For instance, just because someone has an email name which resembles a real name lets say "Brad Knowles" does not necessarily mean that the real "Brad Knowles is sending the mail assuming of course that there is a Brad Knowles.

RE: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread FreeBSD
snip At 8:29 PM -0800 2000/1/8, FreeBSD wrote: Again, I ask, if all you want to do is flame, take it to private e-mail and let's leave the lists out of this. I don't think you get the point. If you continue to use an alias (as opposed to your real name), then it looks like

Re: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Devin Butterfield
SNIP Indeed, I could adduser bknowels and use/be Brad Knowels (for all you know my name could also be Brad Knowels) if he prefers. I'm not like that though. Some people just aren't happy if they aren't complaining about something.

RE: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread FreeBSD
more snippage At 4:48 AM -0800 2000/1/9, Amancio Hasty wrote: For instance, just because someone has an email name which resembles a real name lets say "Brad Knowles" does not necessarily mean that the real "Brad Knowles is sending the mail assuming of course that there is a Brad

RE: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread FreeBSD
SNIP Indeed, I could adduser bknowels and use/be Brad Knowels (for all you know my name could also be Brad Knowels) if he prefers. I'm not like that though. Some people just aren't happy if they aren't complaining about something.

Anonymity, was: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Leif Neland
While I do not agree with your idea of need of anonymity, I respect your need for it. Could you not, instead of using the handle "FreeBSD", which sortof already is taken :-), just assume a human name? The use of an obviously not human name makes it uncomfortable to communicate with you. If

Re: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Can we please end this discussion? End it now. It's of no importance to me or, I venture to say, the postmaster whether or not someone wishes to use an alias in these mailing lists and it's certainly not a topic which follows the charter for the FreeBSD-current mailing list. In fact, the only

RE: Anonymity, was: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread FreeBSD
snip While I do not agree with your idea of need of anonymity, I respect your need for it. You don't have to agree and I appreciate your respect. Could you not, instead of using the handle "FreeBSD", which sortof already is taken :-), just assume a human name? The use of an obviously

RE: load spike strangeness

2000-01-09 Thread Nate Williams
[ Moved to chat ] [Multiple irrelevant mailing-lists snipped.] On Sat, 8 Jan 2000 18:31:19 -0800, "FreeBSD" [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Since when does an E-mail address require a "realname"? As Sherlock Holmes once said: ``It is always unpleasant dealing with an alias.'' plonk

Re: Strange SCSI related system hang

2000-01-09 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Hi all, : :This morning I had a very strange (at least I've never seen it before) SCSI :related system hang. The system simply stopped responding at 9:30:03 am :this morning. I found it in this state at 13:20. It had been hanging :_hard_. No response to console, serial terminal or network.

Re: [solicite review and confirmation of tcp for IPv6 patches]

2000-01-09 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
I fixed the bug and using the patched machine from remote. Now it seems to be working well. I also simplified the patch to nfs_socket.c. Updated patches are below. (patches to trpt is same as last version.) http://paradise.kame.net/v6proxy/diana2/shin/work/freebsd/kernel-tcp.2107

Re: New kernel no longer boots on one of my machines... ata, other problems

2000-01-09 Thread Hans Ottevangerne_anchors
Matthew Dillon wrote: Well guys, I tried upgrading one of my older machines today to the latest 4.0. It was running an older 4.0 kernel (Nov 29 1999). [ Detailed description deleted ] HELP! Whats happening!!! :-( :-( :-( At the moment I am stymied. I

Re: New kernel no longer boots on one of my machines... ata, other problems

2000-01-09 Thread Hans Ottevangerne_anchors
Hi, Before people start wondering about my name being mangled in the From: field of my previous message: Sorry, it happens regularly when cutting and pasting into the mailer of the Netscape Communicator 4.7. Maybe I have to switch to another mailtool... Cheers, Hans To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: New kernel no longer boots on one of my machines... ata, other problems

2000-01-09 Thread Greg Childers
Yes! That is exactly the problem I have been having since the 1999/10/09 12:57:15 PDT ATA commit. Here is the link to the email I sent earlier: http://www.FreeBSD.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?fetch=1326170+1331912+/usr/local/www/db/text/1999/freebsd-current/19991212.freebsd-current Basically, on my

Re: PAM'ized su(1)

2000-01-09 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Jan 08, 2000 at 03:48:33PM -0800, Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote: Did you try the "use_uid" option? Looks like you're dead right! I can't test it 'till tomorrow, but I'm sure it works. Oh, if only everything came with man pages, then I could RTFM. David. To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: __sigisempty() undefined if cc -g used.

2000-01-09 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You apparently clobbered -O in CFLAGS by setting CFLAGS=-g. -g normally needs to be added to CC to avoid breaking CFLAGS (CC='cc -g'). Better yet: DEBUG_FLAGS=-g John To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-09 Thread William Woods
Running 4.0 -current as of today.on a DEC Alphaststion 233 when I dial out I connect for about 30 seconds then it dies...here is a copy of the ppp.log Jan 9 22:00:27 alpha ppp[388]: Phase: Using interface: tun0 Jan 9 22:00:27 alpha ppp[388]: Phase: deflink: Created in closed state Jan 9

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-09 Thread Stephan van Beerschoten
On Sun, Jan 09, 2000 at 02:20:51PM -0800, William Woods wrote: Running 4.0 -current as of today.on a DEC Alphaststion 233 when I dial out I connect for about 30 seconds then it dies...here is a copy of the ppp.log I got the same thing once in a while. I'm using PPPoE. I cannot quote the 4

freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Joao Pedras
Hello all! Just wanted to ask if anyone else experiences hangs when just compiling something, while using X ? I know this is quite vague but I don't see any other pattern than this. I tested with different window managers, compiling different stuff and sometimes this misteriously happens. This

kernel panics when initializing aic7895 controller at startup.

2000-01-09 Thread Christian Carstensen
hi, with the latest changes to src/sys/pci/pci_ahc.c (partity error handling), i'm unable to boot a current kernel, because of panic during system boot. i've attached dmesg from a working kernel version (2000/01/06) to this mail. marked with (***) you'll find the line, where (with the new

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Joao Pedras
mine's a single processor system PPro200 on Intel VS440FX w/64Mb RAM it just... freezes! my smp system is running -stable, yet! Christian Carstensen wrote: On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Joao Pedras wrote: Just wanted to ask if anyone else experiences hangs when just compiling something, while

current crash

2000-01-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
My latest kernel with a cvsup as of around 5 minutes ago seems to have a problem: Whenever I start xmms, it panics. The xmms window doesn't even appear, the computer just locks, and I press enter a few times, and the computer then reboots. I'm not sure why this happens, and I can't switch out of

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Christian Carstensen
ok, last mail before going to bed, it just... freezes! maybe, that's not interesting at all, but every time the error occured on my system, there was much disk usage (buildworld, cron scripts, ... netscape ;)). -- Christian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 12:43:49AM -, Joao Pedras wrote: it just... freezes! Can any of you tell me wether you have SCSI in your system (the ahc driver, perhaps)? I too had one of these strange lockups today (see earlier post) and it seems SCSI related. The lockup occured during an I/O

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Christian Carstensen
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Dave J. Boers wrote: Can any of you tell me wether you have SCSI in your system (the ahc driver, perhaps)? I too had one of these strange lockups today (see earlier post) and it seems SCSI related. The lockup occured during an I/O operation. Now I cvsupped and I find

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Christian Carstensen
ok, this runs stable for 3 hours now... try a current kernel (checked out 4 hours ago), using a version of the file /usr/src/sys/pci/ahc_pci.c from 2000/01/06. ok, maybe it's not by any means stable, but works better than everything else within the last 24 hours. -- Christian To

Re: hak.lan.Awfulhak.org daily run output

2000-01-09 Thread Brian Somers
On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 08:32:19AM +, Brian Somers wrote: Anyone know what's changed with `calendar' ? I suspect it's the recent cpp changes. Please test this patch. [.] Yep, this works. Of course I expect it'll only really work for gnu's cpp... I'd say go for it though.

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Christian Carstensen
this runs stable for 3 hours now... try a current kernel (checked out 4 hours ago), using a version of the file /usr/src/sys/pci/ahc_pci.c from 2000/01/06. ok, maybe it's not by any means stable, but works better than everything else within the last 24 hours. grrr, after 10 mins

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 04:10:37AM +0100, Christian Carstensen wrote: this runs stable for 3 hours now... try a current kernel (checked out 4 hours ago), using a version of the file /usr/src/sys/pci/ahc_pci.c from 2000/01/06. ok, maybe it's not by any means stable, but works better than

Re: freezing...

2000-01-09 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 04:48:08AM +0100, Christian Carstensen wrote: i'm using a ahc 7895 onboard on a tyan thunder 100. i've seen my cdrom occasionally not coming up until power cycling. is this a known bug with that controller? Mine is an AIC 7860 (i.e. 2940UA). I see my hard disk failing

RAID benchmarks (was: Adaptec AAC-364 RAID controller support)

2000-01-09 Thread Greg Lehey
On Friday, 7 January 2000 at 23:33:20 +0100, Brad Knowles wrote: At 5:10 PM -0500 2000/1/7, Brad Chisholm wrote: The Adaptec card looks like it might provide a superior solution. What's best way to proceed when trying to get documentation support from vendors? Look long and hard

Re: ATA lost contact

2000-01-09 Thread Greg Lehey
On Wednesday, 5 January 2000 at 10:02:53 +0100, Søren Schmidt wrote: It seems Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, 5 Jan 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: The disk probably has problems with DMA mode (lots of older WD disks has that). You only get WDMA2 mode since you controller is an older Intel PIIX

Re: So, tell me again why we can't read audio CDs in SCSI drives?

2000-01-09 Thread Greg Lehey
On Thursday, 6 January 2000 at 20:05:21 -0800, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: Also, I can now add that cdda2wav does work (hurrah), but it does yelp that it can't read the CD TOC. Of course, the mystery is that tosha no longer works yet was not changed, nor was the ripit script I call tosha from,

3C589 problems (was: 4.0 code freeze scheduled for Jan 15th)

2000-01-09 Thread Greg Lehey
On Friday, 7 January 2000 at 23:46:49 +1100, Darren Reed wrote: In some email I received from Warner Losh, sie wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Josef Karthauser writes: : My 3c589d works just fine now, along with suspend/resume :) (under 4.0). The issue with the 3c589d is with its

Re: 3C589 problems (was: 4.0 code freeze scheduled for Jan 15th)

2000-01-09 Thread Warner Losh
[[ Moved to just current ]] In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greg Lehey writes: : That may be the answer for Darren's problem. It's definitely not the : case for the ones we have been discussing on -mobile. There are definitely known issues with the ep0 driver. Right now it doesn't interrupt

Re: __sigisempty() undefined if cc -g used.

2000-01-09 Thread Bruce Evans
On Sun, 9 Jan 2000, John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You apparently clobbered -O in CFLAGS by setting CFLAGS=-g. -g normally needs to be added to CC to avoid breaking CFLAGS (CC='cc -g'). Better yet: DEBUG_FLAGS=-g Except it

Re: neomagic 256av/256zx audio

2000-01-09 Thread Frank Mayhar
Cameron Grant wrote: i have just committed a driver for the neomagic chips. please test and post results. Okay. I have a Dell Inspiron 3500, with a NeoMagic 256AV chipset in it. It hangs on boot, in nm_rd() line 146. Here's the backtrace: (kgdb) bt #0 nm_rd (sc=0xc0d83100, regno=1536,

Re: panic at kern/uipc_socket2.c

2000-01-09 Thread Jun Kuriyama
From: Bosko Milekic [EMAIL PROTECTED] Can you look at kern/10872 and see if your hardware matches Bob's? (e.g. The infamous fxp and ncr combo.) and regardless, attempt executing the script that is provided and note whether or not you can reproduce the panic in sbdrop()? If so, a

NeoMagic 256AV Audio Driver

2000-01-09 Thread Jun Kuriyama
New pcm driver found my NeoMagic 256AV's sound device. Great! But in my configuration, pcm0 complains many "pcm0: 1000 bad intrs" on console. Are there some hints to configure this driver? My machine is SONY VAIO PCG-Z505D (Japanese Version). Probed message is here: vga-pci0: NeoMagic

Re: 3C589 problems (was: 4.0 code freeze scheduled for Jan 15th)

2000-01-09 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Sun, Jan 09, 2000 at 09:26:45PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: [[ Moved to just current ]] In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greg Lehey writes: : That may be the answer for Darren's problem. It's definitely not the : case for the ones we have been discussing on -mobile. There are definitely

Re: NeoMagic 256AV Audio Driver

2000-01-09 Thread Peter Wemm
Jun Kuriyama wrote: New pcm driver found my NeoMagic 256AV's sound device. Great! But in my configuration, pcm0 complains many "pcm0: 1000 bad intrs" on console. This is a bug in neomagic.c and is probably due to you having a shared interrupt.. Suggested fix: Index: neomagic.c

SoftUpdates crash with new code

2000-01-09 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
Well, I'm having problems with SoftUpdates. I've disabled it for now. Here's the backtrace for the crash; more info from the crashdump is available upon request, but I think this is a general problem, and easily reproduced. GNU gdb 4.18 Copyright 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc. GDB is free

Crash from ^T during heavy paging

2000-01-09 Thread Stephen McKay
I'm currently giving 4.0 a thrashing in the best way I know. I run way too much stuff and let it page madly all day. Here's how I killed it: 1) pick a 32MB box 2) make -j20 buildworld 3) lean on ^T and let autorepeat go for it Soon it dies in calcru() called from ttyinfo(). The stack trace