Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread itojun
(I've tried to send it personally but it seems I couldn't) Ben, if you run tcpdump, do you see forward lookups for ? yes: 10:32:43.545488 platinum.scientia.demon.co.uk.1787 magnesium.scientia.demon.co.uk.domain: 42376+ ? localhost.scientia.demon.co.uk. (48)

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Dan Langille wrote: On 14 Feb 00, at 22:02, Dan Langille wrote: On 7 Feb 00, at 18:12, Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box). There are two pauses. One after ata0 appears and

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: (I've tried to send it personally but it seems I couldn't) oh? Why not? I hope my ISP hasn't broken something. if you put the following line into /etc/hosts, your case should be okay. --- from here ::1 localhost --- to here well, that will fix it

Re: cdrom mounting issue

2000-02-14 Thread Chris Piazza
On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 03:22:15PM -0600, nathan wrote: Problem-- i just upgraded my 3.4 SMP system to 4.0-current last week. b4, the upgrade, the cdrom worked fine. i tried mounting a cdrom today, (first time since the 4.0 upgrade) and i get: [root@sabre conf]# mount_cd9660 -o

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
Is it just some misconfiguration of mine which causes getaddrinfo() with an unqualified hostname, IPv6 and hints-ai_family == AF_UNSPEC to block (trying a DNS lookup I guess), even when the hostname has a perfectly good IPv4 address, or is this normal behaviour? This seems rather

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread itojun
Wmmm, strangely enough, current getaddrinfo() still specifying AI_CANONNAME inside. (It should be removed to conform current spec, but as far as I checked, still there seems to be apps which got into trouble with that change.) I'm not sure what is meant in above (shin, if possible email

Re: dc0 seems to affect other boxes

2000-02-14 Thread Dan Langille
On 7 Feb 00, at 23:38, Dan Langille wrote: This 4.0-current box contains a 10/100 nic. This may sound strange, but I suspect this NIC is the cause of my problems, but I have no explanation as to why it. The above symptoms occur only when this box is running. The problems go away if I

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Dan Langille
On 7 Feb 00, at 18:12, Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box). There are two pauses. One after ata0 appears and another after ata-isa0 appears. I'm reposting this as there has been no response and

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Dan Langille
On 14 Feb 00, at 11:15, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Dan Langille wrote: On 14 Feb 00, at 22:02, Dan Langille wrote: On 7 Feb 00, at 18:12, Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box).

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: lookup /etc/hosts for IPv6 address lookup DNS for IPv6 address --- lookup /etc/hosts for IPv4 address lookup DNS for IPv4 address Ben dislikes the second item on the above. What I dislike

Re: timed/adjtime() on -current

2000-02-14 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Maxim Sobolev writes: : Why? As long as the timed is in the base system and serves the basic : need to syncronise time across several machines in the LAN I do not : see any objections to not use it. Its main advantage that it's : permit updating time via ntpdate (the

Re: 4.0-RC Broken driver?: matcd

2000-02-14 Thread Jake Burkholder
On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 02:39:09PM -0700, Doug Russell wrote: Does anyone have a Panasonic 526/563 CD-ROM drive working under 4.0-C? I have not had one working for may weeks, however, I wasn't sure if it was a hardware problem here, or something. 3.4 still finds them, so I beleive it

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
Wmmm, strangely enough, current getaddrinfo() still specifying AI_CANONNAME inside. (It should be removed to conform current spec, but as far as I checked, still there seems to be apps which got into trouble with that change.) I'm not sure what is meant in above (shin, if possible

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Dan Langille
On 14 Feb 00, at 22:02, Dan Langille wrote: On 7 Feb 00, at 18:12, Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box). There are two pauses. One after ata0 appears and another after ata-isa0 appears.

Re: moused hangs HARD when mouse not plugged in

2000-02-14 Thread Bruce Evans
On Sat, 12 Feb 2000, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: Both changes have effect only when we fail to attach a serial port, which is not the case with your machine... Hmm. Any idea, Bruce? The usual (non-AST4) of COM_MULTIPORT is currently broken. This causes non-working interrupts on all except the

4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Roden, Thomas
Greetings, During testing of 4.0 RC1 I have found the following: Problem 1 During installation I get a message that the setup of X has failed. Later attempts at running XF86Setup from the command line gives the following response: /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libXThrStub.so.6"

Re: Sound Card

2000-02-14 Thread Ron 'The InSaNe One' Rosson
On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, MIHIRA Yoshiro was heard blurting out: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ron 'The InSaNe One' Rosson wrote: Under 3.3-RELEASE with PAO the sound card work with this entry in the config file: device pcm0 at isa? port ? tty irq 5 drq 1 flags 0x0 Here is what

cdrom mounting issue

2000-02-14 Thread nathan
_DISCLAIMER_ i just subscribed to current, and have been running -current for about a week now. i read the -current mailing list charter and i believe i am within its outlines here. if not... a gentle admonition from someone, and i will happily try other avenues for help. just didn't know if

Re: 4.0RC missing libXThrStub.so.6?

2000-02-14 Thread Louis A. Mamakos
According to Louis A. Mamakos: a PCMCIA ethernet card, which is real important, as this puppy has a USB floppy and a PCMCIA CDROM drive, neither of which seem to be You can boot the kern floppy because it is using the BIOS to read the disk.. My VAIO also has a USB floppy and I didn't

Re: FreeBSD RC-4.0 Issues

2000-02-14 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 15 Feb 2000, Steve wrote: Steve steve Hi I Installed a fresh copy of RC-4.0 recently and here are a few more little things I noticed (these are 'straight out of the box' kind of errors): 1. While attempting to add in linux support: bash-2.03# make install === Installing

Re: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Doug Barton wrote: Far better is: I knew I should have tested this first # Mount NFS filesystems. if mount -d -a -t nfs | grep nfs /dev/null 21 ; then echo -n "Mounting NFS file systems" mount -a -t nfs echo . fi Doug -- "Welcome to

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
Jun-ichiro itojun Hagino wrote: Ben, if you run tcpdump, do you see forward lookups for ? yes: 10:32:43.545488 platinum.scientia.demon.co.uk.1787 magnesium.scientia.demon.co.uk.domain: 42376+ ? localhost.scientia.demon.co.uk. (48) 10:32:43.545951

Re: timed/adjtime() on -current

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
Peter Wemm wrote: Set your ppp filters carefully. Tell it that ntp packets (port 123) are not to cause a dialup, and are not to trigger the idle timer. The result of this will be that ntp will sync up while you are online but won't keep the connection alive and prevent an idle hangup

Re: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread Andy Farkas
Seems like a good idea to me not to have a message displayed if explicitly configured not to do something! If you have `nfs_enable_client="NO"' and if you have nfs mounts in your fstab, then this could be a method of delaying those mounts until after boot/init time? On Mon, 14 Feb 2000,

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread itojun
I'm not sure what is meant in above (shin, if possible email me in Japanese privately). Woops sorry, just replace AI_CANNONNAME with AI_ADDRCONFIG. Now I see what you meant. Thanks. Then maybe getipnodebyname() misbehaving? itojun To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
I'm not sure what is meant in above (shin, if possible email me in Japanese privately). Woops sorry, just replace AI_CANNONNAME with AI_ADDRCONFIG. Now I see what you meant. Thanks. Then maybe getipnodebyname() misbehaving? Yes it won't be spec conformant. But,,,

Re: [OT] ICBM Long/Latt

2000-02-14 Thread Steve O'Hara-Smith
On 12-Feb-00 Alex Le Heux wrote: Check out www.mapblast.com. I think it will do what you want. On Fri, Feb 11, 2000 at 01:04:28AM +0100, Leif Neland wrote: Sometime ago there was a thread regarding Longitude and Lattitude of committers etc, and a reference was made to a website, where the

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Dan Langille
On 7 Feb 00, at 18:12, Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box). There are two pauses. One after ata0 appears and another after ata-isa0 appears. I'm reposting this as there has been no response

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
I wrote: I'm not sure where /etc/hosts would go. sorry, forget that bit, I wrote that before I'd finished writing the search order, which did include /etc/hosts in the end. -- Ben Smithurst / [EMAIL PROTECTED] / PGP: 0x99392F7D To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread itojun
lookup /etc/hosts for IPv6 address lookup DNS for IPv6 address --- lookup /etc/hosts for IPv4 address lookup DNS for IPv4 address Ben dislikes the second item on the above. What I dislike really is looking up the

Re: slow to boot

2000-02-14 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Dan Langille wrote: I have one box which is slow to boot under -current (mind you, I've never run anything but -current on this box). In my previous message, there were two excessively long pauses. One after ata0 appears and another after ata-isa0 appears. I've been able to

Re: timed/adjtime() on -current

2000-02-14 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Anyway: Don't used timed, use ntpd. Why? As long as the timed is in the base system and serves the basic need to syncronise time across several machines in the LAN I do not see any objections to not use it. Its main advantage that it's permit updating time via ntpdate

Re: FreeBSD-current question re: binutils

2000-02-14 Thread Takehiro Suzuki
Hello.I'm Takehiro Suzuki. I make ports of binutils-2.9.5.0.27. It is available from http://www.bsdclub.org/~takehiro/binutils.tar.gz . Takehiro Suzuki [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the

Re: FreeBSD-current question re: binutils

2000-02-14 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Takehiro Suzuki wrote: Hello.I'm Takehiro Suzuki. I make ports of binutils-2.9.5.0.27. It is available from http://www.bsdclub.org/~takehiro/binutils.tar.gz . I've also made port of development version of gas available at http://homepages.go.com/~sobomax/glx/gas-devel.tgz . It requres

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
"Roden, Thomas" wrote: Problem 2 After installing bash-2.03 from the 3.4 packages, attempting to run bash yields: /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libhistory.so.3" not found 'ln -s libhistory.so.4 libhistory.so.3' fixes? the problem I assumed (perhaps incorrectly) that

Re: ahc PIONEER DVD-R DVR-S201 1.10 (data overrun)

2000-02-14 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 20:36:18 -0500, John W. DeBoskey wrote: On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 16:27:37 -0500, John W. DeBoskey wrote: Hi, I have a -current system (current as of 1pm EST today) which I am trying to use with a Pioneer DVR-S201 dvd writer... FreeBSD

panic in -current with pcm and xl0

2000-02-14 Thread Viren R.Shah
[I had sent this mail to -current before, but no one replied. I'm trying again.] I havne't been able to get my machine to boot with pcm enabled since Feb 5. The last working kernel I have is from Jan 18. Here's the panic (I have a debug kernel lying around from this panic): Here's the panic:

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
lookup "foo" in /etc/hosts for either address type lookup "foo.domain." in DNS () lookup "foo.domain." in DNS (A) lookup "foo." in DNS () lookup "foo." in DNS (A) this seems the best to me, but I wouldn't know if it's a) easy, b) possible, c) standards conforming. I'm not sure

4.0 snapshot install problems

2000-02-14 Thread Christoph Kukulies
(440 BX AGP), PIII/350 (Celeron) I have had problems today when I wanted to upgrade a system from 3.3 to 4.0-2208-snapshot. Despite from my root partition was overflowing causing me a lot of trouble in the first place subsequent installs got hung at the point where devices were probed. last

Re: 4.0RC missing libXThrStub.so.6?

2000-02-14 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Louis A. Mamakos: a PCMCIA ethernet card, which is real important, as this puppy has a USB floppy and a PCMCIA CDROM drive, neither of which seem to be You can boot the kern floppy because it is using the BIOS to read the disk.. My VAIO also has a USB floppy and I didn't have

Re: IPv6

2000-02-14 Thread Yoshinobu Inoue
I haven't really tested it very well (in particular, the router-specific code is completely untested, because, well I don't really have the ability at the moment). Comments welcome, or if one of the KAME team members with commit privileges wants to fix it up and/or try to get this code

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Hasan Diwan
1. The kernel compiled from GENERIC doesn't find my PS2 mouse. 2. 'options XSERVER' renders the kernel incapable of booting. The config file is included below. 3. Adding 'device pcm0' also makes the kernel unable to boot. The bootloader loads, tries to load the kernel and freezes up. machine

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread Ben Smithurst
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As I said, the above order makes more sense. However, to do the above we need a MAJOR rewrite in src/lib/libc/net. BIND9 does not address this problem either. Let us (KAME) think what is the best solution in long-term, and short-term. ok.

Re: any change in fs block allocation between current and stable ?

2000-02-14 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Hi, :I have a question related to ufs block allocation. :This problem arises when building picobsd floppy on /dev/fd0 :(ufs with 512/4096 fragments/blocks). : :With 3.4, i can easily fill up a disk to 100% occupation. : :With -current (2127), i often fail to write a file (say 53KB) :on disk

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
rc.i386 configuring syscons: blank_time mousedmoused: mouse type mismatch (ps/2 != intellimouse), ps/2 is assumed If you read the notice in the mouse configuration screen, you should have understood that you should ALWAYS choose the type "Auto" for ANY mouse connected to the PS/2 mouse

4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread David Wolfskill
I discovered this under 3.4-R, and checked that it's still the case for 4.0-RC. I'm putting together a box that has no reason whatsoever to use or provide any NFS services at all. It was thus with a sense of "POLA violation" that I happened across the message Mounting NFS file systems

Re: 4.0RC missing libXThrStub.so.6?

2000-02-14 Thread Steve Harris
Hi, I also had the libXThrStub problem while trying to setup X recently. Nothing would run (xclock, XF86config etc..) until I completely recompiled X. Once I had that working, I installed KDE (from /stand/sysinstall) and whilst startkde worked, kfm would not work because libjpeg was missing.

Re: getaddrinfo with IPv6 and unqualified hostname

2000-02-14 Thread itojun
As I said, the above order makes more sense. However, to do the above we need a MAJOR rewrite in src/lib/libc/net. BIND9 does not address this problem either. Let us (KAME) think what is the best solution in long-term, and short-term. ok. For now I've found the really

RE: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread kibbet
Hi David, On 14-Feb-00 David Wolfskill wrote: I discovered this under 3.4-R, and checked that it's still the case for 4.0-RC. I'm putting together a box that has no reason whatsoever to use or provide any NFS services at all. It was thus with a sense of "POLA violation" that I happened

Re: ahc PIONEER DVD-R DVR-S201 1.10 (data overrun)

2000-02-14 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 16:27:37 -0500, John W. DeBoskey wrote: Hi, I have a -current system (current as of 1pm EST today) which I am trying to use with a Pioneer DVR-S201 dvd writer... FreeBSD FreeBSD2.unx.sas.com 4.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #0: Mon Feb 14 15:39:24 EST 2000

Re: ahc PIONEER DVD-R DVR-S201 1.10 (data overrun)

2000-02-14 Thread John W. DeBoskey
Hi, Many thanks for the response!! More below... On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 16:27:37 -0500, John W. DeBoskey wrote: Hi, I have a -current system (current as of 1pm EST today) which I am trying to use with a Pioneer DVR-S201 dvd writer... FreeBSD FreeBSD2.unx.sas.com

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, Hasan Diwan wrote: 1. The kernel compiled from GENERIC doesn't find my PS2 mouse. You'll have to post a dmesg for further diagnosis. 2. 'options XSERVER' renders the kernel incapable of booting. The config file is included below. This option is only useful if you have

Re: 4.0-RC -- /etc/rc, NFS, nis_client_enable=NO

2000-02-14 Thread Doug Barton
On Mon, 14 Feb 2000, David Wolfskill wrote: I discovered this under 3.4-R, and checked that it's still the case for 4.0-RC. FWIW, in my process of rewriting the rc* scripts I came across quite a few of these extraneous messages/dependencies/etc. Improving this situation is "on my

FreeBSD RC-4.0 Issues

2000-02-14 Thread Steve
Steve steve Hi I Installed a fresh copy of RC-4.0 recently and here are a few more little things I noticed (these are 'straight out of the box' kind of errors): 1. While attempting to add in linux support: bash-2.03# make install === Installing for linux_base-6.1 === linux_base-6.1

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
1. The kernel compiled from GENERIC doesn't find my PS2 mouse.=20 2. 'options XSERVER' renders the kernel incapable of booting. The config file is included below. 3. Adding 'device pcm0' also makes the kernel unable to boot. The bootloader loads, tries to load the kernel and freezes up.=20 Your

Re: 4.0RC missing libXThrStub.so.6?

2000-02-14 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Louis A. Mamakos" writes: : With the 4.0-RC image, and sysinstall, I was now able to use a PCMCIA : ethernet to NFS mount the distribution media. It would have been nice : if the PCMCIA CDROM drive would have worked, but this was good enough. We're working on

Re: 4.0RC missing libXThrStub.so.6?

2000-02-14 Thread Louis A. Mamakos
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Louis A. Mamakos" writes: : With the 4.0-RC image, and sysinstall, I was now able to use a PCMCIA : ethernet to NFS mount the distribution media. It would have been nice : if the PCMCIA CDROM drive would have worked, but this was good enough. We're working

ATA Drivers and Kernel Panic during INSTALL

2000-02-14 Thread Thomas T. Veldhouse
I have an older Pentium box that has a MATSHITA CR-581/1.04 (as seen from 3.4-STABLE) CD drive (4x) on the fourth IDE interface (second IDE controller slave). The IDE controller is the buggy CMD640B. I have been trying to install 4.0-CURRENT-2214 to no avail. I get the following errors (I

Second release candidate snapshot up for FTP, come and get it.

2000-02-14 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Primary: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/i386/4.0-2214-CURRENT/ ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/ISO-IMAGES/4.0-2214-CURRENT/install-i386.iso [bootable ISO installation image] Alternate: ftp://current.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/i386/4.0-2214

raw socket, bpf, netgraph, etc

2000-02-14 Thread Yevmenkin, Maksim N, CSCIO
Hello All, Is it possible to get access to link layer (AF_LINK) via raw socket? kind of Linux SOCK_PACKET. It seems to me that it is not. (hope I wrong :) I can access raw IP via socket(AF_INET, SOCK_RAW, IPPROTO_RAW) and event get access to IP header with setsockopt. But not AF_LINK :( On the

Re: raw socket, bpf, netgraph, etc

2000-02-14 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Feb 14, 2000 at 10:33:47AM -0800, Archie Cobbs wrote: Yevmenkin, Maksim N, CSCIO writes: i was thinking about netgraph. would't it be nice to have netgraph interface in each network driver? You already do. See ng_ether(8). Compile your kernel with options NETGRAPH and then

Re: raw socket, bpf, netgraph, etc

2000-02-14 Thread Archie Cobbs
David Malone writes: Compile your kernel with options NETGRAPH and then each Ethernet interface is a netgraph node. Take control of it by connecting to the "divert" hook. I was trying to figure out if it is possible to route stuff out on a particular interface based on source address

Re: raw socket, bpf, netgraph, etc

2000-02-14 Thread Archie Cobbs
Yevmenkin, Maksim N, CSCIO writes: i was thinking about netgraph. would't it be nice to have netgraph interface in each network driver? You already do. See ng_ether(8). Compile your kernel with options NETGRAPH and then each Ethernet interface is a netgraph node. Take control of it by