Re: neomagic 256av/256zx audio

2000-01-11 Thread Peter Wemm
Frank Mayhar wrote: Nick Sayer wrote: Frank Mayhar wrote: Well, this doesn't help me a whole lot with pcm. I think it does. Try configuring pcm0 at 0x534 (4, not 0), irq 5, dma 0, flags 0x11 (presuming the BIOS says 0x530, irq 5, dma 0 1). This did work for me once upon a time,

Re: Crash from ^T during heavy paging

2000-01-11 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Stephen McKay wrote: The problem is that calcru() thinks that P_INMEM means that the proc structure is fully and accurately populated. But P_INMEM is one of the first flags set. So, calcru() and possibly some other places, are looking at a struct proc before it's all

Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread nnd
At least from the January 9 after 'cvsup', 'make buildworld','make installworld', 'make install kernel' I can't 'kldload linux'. 'Kldload" says: kldload: can't load linux: Exec format error and /kernel says: /kernel: link_elf: symbol NDFREE undefined This is obviously

reported system freezes...

2000-01-11 Thread Christian Carstensen
so, ok, i've tried several checkout dates for sys and tested the compiled kernels. as i cannot reproduce this freeze thing, this is quite vague, but kernels up to 04 Jan 2000 worked fine, those from 05 Jan 2000 up to now don't. maybe, this is useful information. -- Christian To

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At least from the January 9 after 'cvsup', 'make buildworld','make installworld', 'make install kernel' I can't 'kldload linux'. 'Kldload" says: Probably one of these is not up to date, or is out of sync. I had this problem yesterday when

Re: Crash from ^T during heavy paging

2000-01-11 Thread David Greenman
On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Stephen McKay wrote: The problem is that calcru() thinks that P_INMEM means that the proc structure is fully and accurately populated. But P_INMEM is one of the first flags set. So, calcru() and possibly some other places, are looking at a struct proc before it's all

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread Charlie
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:41:18AM -0800, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At least from the January 9 after 'cvsup', 'make buildworld','make installworld', 'make install kernel' I can't 'kldload linux'. 'Kldload" says: Probably one of these is

Re: wdm not responding

2000-01-11 Thread Edwin Mons
Marc Solsona wrote: I'm using wdm o the 3-stable branch. Since I migrated to current wdm is not reponding to keyboard. Although when I start it manually it does. Any ideas? Thanks To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the

Re: reported system freezes...

2000-01-11 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Christian Carstensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000111 02:03] wrote: so, ok, i've tried several checkout dates for sys and tested the compiled kernels. as i cannot reproduce this freeze thing, this is quite vague, but kernels up to 04 Jan 2000 worked fine, those from 05 Jan 2000 up to now

Re: Crash from ^T during heavy paging

2000-01-11 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: On Mon, 10 Jan 2000, Stephen McKay wrote: The problem is that calcru() thinks that P_INMEM means that the proc structure is fully and accurately populated. But P_INMEM is one of the first flags set. So, calcru() and possibly

Re: wdm not responding

2000-01-11 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Edwin Mons [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000111 03:37] wrote: Marc Solsona wrote: I'm using wdm o the 3-stable branch. Since I migrated to current wdm is not reponding to keyboard. Although when I start it manually it does. Any ideas? Thanks To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread Peter Wemm
Charlie wrote: On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:41:18AM -0800, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At least from the January 9 after 'cvsup', 'make buildworld','make installworld', 'make install kernel' I can't 'kldload linux'. 'Kldload" says:

C++ exceptions doesn't work in shared libraries

2000-01-11 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Hi, It seems than long-standing problem (see PR dated May '97: http://www.FreeBSD.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=3441) with C++ exceptions in shared libraries is still here. It affects both -current and -stable branches and prevents some modern software (Mico for example) from functioning properly.

Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Dave J. Boers
Hi All, After cvsup last night: FreeBSD relativity.student.utwente.nl 4.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #0: Tue Ja n 11 04:48:17 CET 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compi le/RELATIVITY4 i386 which includes the latest softupdates changes, I still experience random system hangs, however not

Re: reported system freezes...

2000-01-11 Thread Christian Carstensen
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Alfred Perlstein wrote: are you running vinum or softupdates? Kirk just fixed softupdates and I committed a patch to vinum just last night. yes, i am running vinum and softupdates. i've checked out the recent sources some minutes ago, and making a new world. this will

Re: Lint still broken in -current (due to cpp).

2000-01-11 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 09:28:47AM -0800, David O'Brien wrote: On Fri, Jan 07, 2000 at 01:29:27PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: I think lint(1) might work with this given the following small patch. I agree that lint might should continue to use /usr/libexec/cpp rather than switch to

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread Peter Wemm
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Wemm peter@netple x.com.au wrote: Charlie wrote: On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:41:18AM -0800, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At least from the January 9 after 'cvsup', 'make

Re: wdm not responding

2000-01-11 Thread Marc Solsona
Both solutions seem to work with xdm, but not with wdm. It's not a big trauma but may be I should contact the wdm mantainer. Marc Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Edwin Mons [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000111 03:37] wrote: Marc Solsona wrote: I'm using wdm o the 3-stable branch. Since I migrated to

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread nnd
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 08:44:48PM +0800, Peter Wemm wrote: Can somebody with CURRENT system test 'kldload' some of the above modules on his machine and post the results ? First of all, can you try this please? nm /kernel | grep NDFREE c0186b64 T NDFREE This is to check that

Re: Can't kldload modules due to symbol NDFREE undefined

2000-01-11 Thread nnd
In [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the meantime I make another test - reboot the system and on the loader prompt say: disk2s1a load modules/linux.ko disk2s1a boot and the system boots up successfully and kldstat shows 'linux.ko' module and Linux version of the

Re: newpcm

2000-01-11 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
"Cameron Grant" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: would everyone who currently has an issue outstanding with newpcm please report it to me in the next few days directly, please, so i can get an idea of what needs work before release. i need as much detail as possible. My SB128 still doesn't attach:

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread George Cox
On 11/01 07:39, Andreas Klemm wrote: Where 4 MB isn't sufficient anymore with a GENERIC kernel. You need at least 6 MB or so to boot, then compile a custom kernel and then, if you are lucky, can perhaps run with 4 MB. Here are the two constituent process of a compilation spotted earlier

Re: newpcm

2000-01-11 Thread Edwin Culp
"Cameron Grant" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: would everyone who currently has an issue outstanding with newpcm please report it to me in the next few days directly, please, so i can get an idea of what needs work before release. i need as much detail as possible. My ess1869, current as of

Re: newpcm

2000-01-11 Thread Peter Wemm
Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: "Cameron Grant" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: would everyone who currently has an issue outstanding with newpcm please report it to me in the next few days directly, please, so i can get an idea of what needs work before release. i need as much detail as possible.

Re: freezing...

2000-01-11 Thread Pascal Hofstee
On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 02:21:56PM -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000110 12:11] wrote: I've reproduced the softupdates ftruncate panic and have a core dump to play with. I don't have a panic, but rather many processes start to get stuck in

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:10:10PM +0100, Dave J. Boers wrote: So I guess some problems still remain. replying to self here I have had the second occurence of the hang and I can provide some more information this time. The thing that hang's is disk i/o. The system continues to work

an announcement about Next Generation e-business

2000-01-11 Thread ortmann
Since this was publically announced I can forward this to the group. I wish the *bsd's were included. (Odd text and formatting below is due to Lotus Notes) -- Daniel Ortmann, IBM Circuit Technology, Rochester, MN 55901-7829 [EMAIL PROTECTED] or [EMAIL PROTECTED] and 507.253.6795 (external)

Re: freezing...

2000-01-11 Thread Robert C. Noland III
FWIW, a couple weeks ago, I saw the same problem over NFS when autoconf tried to test for gtk-config... It would pretty consistantly hang... robert. Pascal Hofstee writes: On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 02:21:56PM -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000110 12:11]

newpcm - duplex/simplex

2000-01-11 Thread Valentin S. Chopov
On my notebook I have pnp CS4232. It has to work in duplex mode - 2 dmas, but it's buggy, and works only in simplex mode - 1 dma (play + capture). Is it possible to add a option to force using of simplex mode on pnp cards? Thanks, Val __ Do You

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Arno J. Klaassen
FYI, Dave Boers wrote: This is an SMP system with the ATA driver and with Kirk's latest softupdates changes included. same here on an SMP system, sym-scsi driver and softupdates; (BTW, I installed sunday's sources on a mono-processor, sym-scsi, softupdates, system without apparent problems)

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
Everyone, make sure you are using at least version 1.47 of ffs_softdep.c. If you manage (with the latest ffs_softdep.c ... 1.47) to get a lockup and your system still works well enough to run commands, and you were smart enough to keep your kernel.debug lying around, then

config tool breaks

2000-01-11 Thread Forrest Aldrich
Is this a bug, or did I miss something on the list that changed this procedure: cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf) bash-2.03# config MYMACHINE config: files.i386: No such file or directory bash-2.03# exit The files.* is missing, etc. No changes after a cvsup. _F To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: config tool breaks

2000-01-11 Thread Bush Doctor
Out of da blue Forrest Aldrich aka ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) said: Is this a bug, or did I miss something on the list that changed this procedure: cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf) bash-2.03# config MYMACHINE config: files.i386: No such file or directory bash-2.03# exit The files.* is missing,

Re: config tool breaks

2000-01-11 Thread Eugene M. Kim
Recently there has been a change in config directory layout (all *.i386 files has been moved from /sys/i386/conf to /sys/conf), so you have to rebuild /usr/sbin/config first. HTH, Eugene PS. PACBELLThe Handbook is, once again, your friend :-)/PACBELL. On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Forrest Aldrich

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 07:39:40AM +0100, Andreas Klemm wrote: On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 04:55:43PM +, George Cox wrote: G'day, While compiling a kernel today, I noticed that the '-pipe' option to gcc was not being used. Is there any reason for this? I think this is the

Re: freezing...

2000-01-11 Thread Doug Russell
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Pascal Hofstee wrote: I just experienced the same thing here on my CURRENT system with Kirk's latest SoftUpdates patches included. i have right now a buildworld stuck in "getblk" on rm ... and a "getblk" hang for Mozilla Tinderbox Build on gcc. The Mozilla Tinderbox

Re: ** HEADS UP ** chownchgrp moved again

2000-01-11 Thread Kelly Yancey
On Fri, 7 Jan 2000, David O'Brien wrote: This is a heads up to let you know that you need to rm -f /sbin/chwon /bin/chgrp after your next `make world'. Additionally you need to install a new /dev/MAKEDEV (mergmaster(8) will assist you in this). A while back I moved the install

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Russell writes: : See, I knew there was a reason I hung on to all these 1M 30 pin SIMMs. :) : Old 386/40s sure make nice little router/modem/whatever boxes. :) Until their hard disks go south :-(. The biggest problems I have with them is that they also tend

World Breakage in sys/modules/ukbd

2000-01-11 Thread Jeremy L. Stock
A buildworld done in the last hour with a fresh cvsup fails with the following: touch opt_usb.h echo ukbd.h echo '#define KBD_INSTALL_CDEV 1' opt_kbd.h rm -f .depend mkdep -f .depend -a -nostdinc -D_KERNEL -DKLD_MODULE -I- -I. -I@ -I@/../ include -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Brooks Davis
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:53:10PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Russell writes: : See, I knew there was a reason I hung on to all these 1M 30 pin SIMMs. :) : Old 386/40s sure make nice little router/modem/whatever boxes. :) Until their hard disks go south

make world log parser

2000-01-11 Thread Bill Fenner
I often want to know where in a "make world" I am, so I wrote this quick little script. It breaks out the major sections, like -- Cleaning up the elf obj tree -- and the

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Dave J. Boers
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 10:21:48AM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: Everyone, make sure you are using at least version 1.47 of ffs_softdep.c. I have. I think there may still a problem but I haven't been able to reproduce it yet. Don't know if this helps, but the problem seems

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Brooks Davis writes: : On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:53:10PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: : In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug :Russell writes: : : See, I knew there was a reason I hung on to all these 1M 30 pin SIMMs. :) : : Old 386/40s sure make nice little

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Peter Jeremy
On 2000-Jan-12 07:58:12 +1100, Brooks Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think that's why IBM has jumpers on some of their disks that limit them to 2GB. I can't see why else you would want to take a perfectly good 8GB+ disk and use it as a 2GB drive. The volumes probably mean it's not

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Warner Losh
Before you ask, I've also tried to use the tapr[*] CF - IDE adapter to see if I could get these systems to boot off a 16MB CF card with no luck. I even have a mini486 based system from NEC that I bought surplus that I thought could use the CF card, but no joy. Works great on all the modern

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:32:49PM -0700, Doug Russell wrote: On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Wilko Bulte wrote: FWIW: 3.3R ran (crawled?) in 4Mb. I tried it 2 months ago on a 386SX40 with 4Mb. Compiling a GENERIC kernel was 5 hours or so ;-) That is when I gave up on my idea to 'make

Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Joerg Micheel
I'm currently dealing with an increasing set of *very* large files, most of them in the order of gigabytes. It becomes impossible to figure the size of a file with ls -l with 9 or more digits displayed. I would propose a new flag to ls which will together with option -l change the unit to

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Rodney W. Grimes
I'm currently dealing with an increasing set of *very* large files, most of them in the order of gigabytes. It becomes impossible to figure the size of a file with ls -l with 9 or more digits displayed. I would propose a new flag to ls which will together with option -l change the unit to

proposed /etc/rc.network change ?

2000-01-11 Thread Martin Blapp
Hi all, I propose to change rc.network in the way that portmapper and the nfs services are started _before_ any nfs filesystems get mounted. This will fix loopback and local mounts in fstab. But cause portmap is located in /usr/sbin, we have to move it into /sbin, else some nfs mounted /usr

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Frank Nobis
On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:04:56AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: [ls whith sizes in k,M] Would such a patch find the blessing of the team and the maintainer of ls ? You could try gnuls -h -fn- -- ~/.signature not found: wellknown error 42 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Joerg Micheel
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 11:23:54PM +0100, Frank Nobis wrote: On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:04:56AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: [ls whith sizes in k,M] Would such a patch find the blessing of the team and the maintainer of ls ? You could try gnuls -h As much as I tried - this is not

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Jean Louis Ntakpe
Joerg Micheel wrote: On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 11:23:54PM +0100, Frank Nobis wrote: On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:04:56AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: [ls whith sizes in k,M] Would such a patch find the blessing of the team and the maintainer of ls ? You could try gnuls -h As

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Chris Piazza
On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:35:28AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 11:23:54PM +0100, Frank Nobis wrote: On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:04:56AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: [ls whith sizes in k,M] Would such a patch find the blessing of the team and the maintainer of

Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:35:28AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: You could try gnuls -h As much as I tried - this is not within GNU fileutils. Which version and package are you referring to ? Are you using a FreeBSD system ? Joerg Hi! Have you tried it in: /usr/ports/misc/gnuls ?

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Rodney W. Grimes
[Charset windows-1252 unsupported, skipping...] Arghh... windblows... I'm currently dealing with an increasing set of *very* large files, most of them in the order of gigabytes. It becomes impossible to figure the size of a file with ls -l with 9 or more digits displayed. I would

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Joerg Micheel
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 11:45:11PM +0100, Jean Louis Ntakpe wrote: Joerg Micheel wrote: On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 11:23:54PM +0100, Frank Nobis wrote: On Wed, Jan 12, 2000 at 11:04:56AM +1300, Joerg Micheel wrote: [ls whith sizes in k,M] Would such a patch find the blessing of

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 2:49 PM -0800 1/11/00, Rodney W. Grimes wrote: Another thing that ``works for me''. Only make it ki, mi, and gi to fit with the new binary mode international appreviation standards, unless of cource you use base 10 divisors. Why not KB, MB or GB, since that's what you're actually

Re: IPv6 testing...willing to help

2000-01-11 Thread Thomas Valentino Crimi
Hello, looks like I'll join the fray as well. I've just turned on IPSec between two machines, an i386 and Alpha, both running very recent currents, each has the IPSEC and IPSEC_ESP config options set, but does not have IP6 support enabled. I used setkey and could establish what appear to

Re: newpcm

2000-01-11 Thread Mark Newton
"Cameron Grant" [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: would everyone who currently has an issue outstanding with newpcm please report it to me in the next few days directly, please, so i can get an idea of what needs work before release. i need as much detail as possible. SB AWE64 (ISA) works fine

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Donn Miller
Garance A Drosihn wrote: [trimmed list of recipients to just -current] personally, I'd just as soon use K, M, and G and have it mean the base-10 values. If I'm looking at a decimal number for one file (because it's small enough), I don't want a base-2 version of the similar number for some

vn device strange behaviour

2000-01-11 Thread Alexey Zelkin
hi, I just discovered some strange points about using vn devices (files) as swap devices. I have placed below some output gathered with script(1) and now some comments. 1) I can easy unconfigure vn device which already mounted as swap device and then remove swapfile without any problems. I not

Support for ESS1878

2000-01-11 Thread Daniel M. Eischen
Hi, I've got sound working on my laptop with ESS1878 with -current as of Jan 10th: sbc1: ESS ES1878 at port 0x220-0x22f,0x388-0x38b,0x300-0x301 irq 7 drq 1,0 on isa0 pcm0: SB DSP 3.01 (ESS mode) on sbc1 Anyone mind if I commit the following patch to add support for this chip? Index: sbc.c

crashes

2000-01-11 Thread Satoshi Asami
Have people seen these? === node82 1/2 === bash-2.02# gdb -k *.22 GNU gdb 4.18 Copyright 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc. GDB is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License, and you are welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under certain conditions. Type "show

Any Wine or Mozilla hackers here?

2000-01-11 Thread Donn Miller
I figured I'd address these two issues in one posting here. First of all, does anyone work with Mozilla by checking out the source code by anon cvs? One of the build stages does a "cvs co" when you do gmake -f client.mk. There's a lot of long pauses where you see a lot of "waiting for lock

Re: Strange SCSI related system hang

2000-01-11 Thread Bernd Walter
On Mon, Jan 10, 2000 at 05:04:09PM -0700, Justin T. Gibbs wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: 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

Re: -pipe switch in kernel compilation

2000-01-11 Thread Bernd Walter
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:32:49PM -0700, Doug Russell wrote: On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Wilko Bulte wrote: FWIW: 3.3R ran (crawled?) in 4Mb. I tried it 2 months ago on a 386SX40 with 4Mb. Compiling a GENERIC kernel was 5 hours or so ;-) That is when I gave up on my idea to 'make

Re: World Breakage in sys/modules/ukbd

2000-01-11 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
Oops, sorry. Apply the attached patch to /sys/modules/ukbd/Makefile. Kazu A buildworld done in the last hour with a fresh cvsup fails with the following: touch opt_usb.h echo ukbd.h echo '#define KBD_INSTALL_CDEV 1' opt_kbd.h rm -f .depend mkdep -f .depend -a -nostdinc -D_KERNEL

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Mike Fisher
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Rodney W. Grimes wrote: Because KB MB and GB mean different things than KiB MiB and GiB. K = 10^3, Ki = 2^10 M = 10^6 Mi = 2^20 G = 10^9 Gi = 2^30 Why not use Knuth's (good) suggestion for differentiating these

Re: Any Wine or Mozilla hackers here?

2000-01-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Donn Miller wrote: I figured I'd address these two issues in one posting here. First of all, does anyone work with Mozilla by checking out the source code by anon cvs? One of the build stages does a "cvs co" when you do gmake They should use cvs -R to do it read-only..

Re: vn device strange behaviour

2000-01-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
:hi, : :I just discovered some strange points about using vn devices (files) as :swap devices. : :I have placed below some output gathered with script(1) and now :some comments. : :1) I can easy unconfigure vn device which already mounted as swap device :and then remove swapfile without any

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Rodney W. Grimes
At 2:49 PM -0800 1/11/00, Rodney W. Grimes wrote: Another thing that ``works for me''. Only make it ki, mi, and gi to fit with the new binary mode international appreviation standards, unless of cource you use base 10 divisors. Why not KB, MB or GB, since that's what you're

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread Brian Somers
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

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread Brian Somers
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 [.] Well, you're receiving data from the peer, but the peer is not sending any response to your config request. From what I can see,

Re: crashes

2000-01-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Have people seen these? : :#0 0xc012fbd0 in boot () :(kgdb) bt :#0 0xc012fbd0 in boot () :#1 0xc012ff54 in poweroff_wait () :#2 0xc01c75d5 in ffs_blkfree () :#3 0xc01cb626 in handle_workitem_freeblocks () :#4 0xc01c9bbf in softdep_process_worklist () :#5 0xc0156ff3 in sched_sync () :#6

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Brian Somers ]- | 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 | [.] | | Well, you're receiving data from the peer, but the

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread Brian Somers
+[ Brian Somers ]- | 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 | [.] | | Well, you're receiving data from the peer, but

Re: newpcm

2000-01-11 Thread Chris Giordano
Reinier Bezuidenhout wrote: I'm also experiencing a dely in sound on most games ... on some it's up to 7 seconds behind the action of the game ... Xgalaga is an example of this delay Any ideas ... Luigi Rizzo explained this behavior in the old pcm driver about a year or so ago.

Re: neomagic 256av/256zx audio

2000-01-11 Thread Frank Mayhar
Peter Wemm wrote: Try changing the 'device pcm0 at .' to this: options PNPBIOS device pcm0 with *no* 'at isa?'. See what happens. If it shows up in the pnp id tags but isn't recognized, show us the 'unknown*' lines from dmesg. Tried that. The config and dmesg output follows. (It

Re: Crash from ^T during heavy paging

2000-01-11 Thread Brian Fundakowski Feldman
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Bruce Evans wrote: I broke calcru() with the monotonicity fixes (kern_resource.c rev.1.45 (1999/03/13). Accessing p-p_stats at interrupt time is only valid if p == curproc. Fix: move the new monotonicity fields from struct pstats to struct proc. I only put them in

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread William Woods
How do I disable compression On 12-Jan-00 Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote: +[ Brian Somers ]- | 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 |

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Russell L. Carter
% %: %:On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 10:21:48AM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: %: Everyone, make sure you are using at least version 1.47 of %: ffs_softdep.c. %: %:I have. % %Wait a sec. I've reviewed all the messages from you and I think something %got mixed together. I'm not

Re: Still system hangs, but different

2000-01-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
:%:I have. :% :%Wait a sec. I've reviewed all the messages from you and I think something :%got mixed together. I'm not convinced that your particular problems :%are softupdates related. I recommend turning off softupdates entirely :%for a few days to find out. : :Oh they are

uknown error

2000-01-11 Thread MAX
To:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi all, I am trying to compile this database programme - mumps10freebsd32x86.tgz , ("MUMPS" can be download from www.mumps.org) which currently works only on i386 FreeBSD 3.2, to an Alpha machine running on FreeBSD 4.0 CURRENT-2101. The Alpha consists of Digital

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread David O'Brien
On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 06:01:53PM -0800, Rodney W. Grimes wrote: (ie, whatever letters you use, please just divide the values by 1000 instead of 1024). Please don't, there is already far to much precedence in both the computing world and other commands (df -k and du -k come to mind

Re: Additional option to ls -l for large files

2000-01-11 Thread Alex Zepeda
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, Donn Miller wrote: Or else we could put both in. There could be either a command-line option or env variable set that selects between decimal (true metric) or powers of two (computer metric, or whatever). What about making ls sensitive to $BLOCKSIZE, but only if enabled

Re: Making sure /var/tmp/vi.recover exists during reboot

2000-01-11 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000 11:35:27 +0100, Trond Endrestol wrote: This is something you might want to put in /etc/rc in both -stable and -current. Scenario: /tmp is MFS, /var/tmp, /usr/tmp and /usr/local/tmp are symlinks to /tmp, Not until someone can explain how making /var/tmp a symlink to

Making sure /var/tmp/vi.recover exists during reboot

2000-01-11 Thread Trond Endrestol
Hi, This is something you might want to put in /etc/rc in both -stable and -current. Scenario: /tmp is MFS, /var/tmp, /usr/tmp and /usr/local/tmp are symlinks to /tmp, and hence /var/tmp/vi.recover does not exist at reboot and causes Ā«cosmetic interferenceĀ» on the console during reboot.