Re: mktemp() patch

2000-06-12 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, 11 Jun 2000, Matthew Dillon wrote: There's reasonable, and there's overkill. mktemp() has no business using punctuation in the temporary file names. :You guys are responding to old messages..I've already changed my mind :about this. Kris -- In God we Trust -- all others

Re: Newmidi Release Candidate is ready

2000-06-12 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
-On [2611 15:16], Seigo Tanimura ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: The release candidate of newmidi is finally ready. The patch for -current can be found at: Results [after minor tweaks in the patch]: seq0-63: Midi sequencers. sbc0: Creative SB16/SB32 at port 0x220-0x22f,0x330-0x331,0x388-0x38b

Re: static linked files in /usr/bin

2000-06-12 Thread Juriy Goloveshkin
On Sun, 11 Jun 2000, David O'Brien wrote: On Sun, Jun 11, 2000 at 09:00:34PM +0400, Juriy Goloveshkin wrote: Why a lot of files in /usr/bin(sbin) are static linked? for example, tar: static - 272832 bytes(83416 dynamic) IMO tar should live in /bin as it is used to restore a system from

Re: static linked files in /usr/bin

2000-06-12 Thread David O'Brien
On Mon, Jun 12, 2000 at 12:42:42PM +0400, Juriy Goloveshkin wrote: but /usr/bin and /usr/lib usualy live at the same filesystem and if /usr/lib may be broken, what we may say about /usr/bin? Statically linked binaries in /usr/bin/ will still be usable. You didn't think about what I said. Tar

Re: Worst case swapping.

2000-06-12 Thread Jacob Bohn Lorensen
"Matthew" == Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Matthew :Believe me, I look at these things. Yes there is a lot Matthew going on and a :lot using memory. I normally have about Matthew 20% to 25% of my Gig of swap :used... meaning that I have Matthew allocated roughly

Re: pccardd and modules

2000-06-12 Thread Tatsumi Hosokawa
At Mon, 12 Jun 2000 07:53:02 -0700 (PDT), Pete Carah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I notice that though ifconfig does a kld as appropriate, pccardd doesn't at least as of a week ago. Still looks like it isn't in the source. 1. Is this in the works from one of the normal maintainers? If not I

pccardd and modules

2000-06-12 Thread Pete Carah
I notice that though ifconfig does a kld as appropriate, pccardd doesn't at least as of a week ago. Still looks like it isn't in the source. 1. Is this in the works from one of the normal maintainers? If not I might take a look at fixing it up over the next week or so. -- Pete To

Re: (thoughts on) the mktemp() patch.

2000-06-12 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
David Gilbert wrote: Maybe the soltion is to think out of the box. Maybe temporary filestore should be a more official OS service. Race conditions would be far less common if the OS itself was managing the namespace. You might even expand the capability somewhat. Provide process local,

IPv6, PCcard and rc scripts

2000-06-12 Thread nsayer
I have put this at the end of pccard_ether: case ${ipv6_enable} in [Yy][Ee][Ss]) ipv6_network_interfaces=${interface} ipv6_default_interface=${interface} . /etc/rc.network6 network6_pass1 ;; esac It _sort of_ fixes the problem of what to do if you use

IPv6, PCcard and rc scripts

2000-06-12 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Mon, 12 Jun 2000 14:04:08 -0700 (PDT), [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: It _sort of_ fixes the problem of what to do if you use IPv6 with pccard Ethernet cards. That's not the only problem. I had to severely hack `pccard_ether' to make it able to deal with the radically different configurations

No Subject

2000-06-12 Thread Philip R. Bator

Support for VideoCD multilanguage cd9660?

2000-06-12 Thread Vladimir Kushnir
Hello, Are there any plans to implement subj? There were a couple of patches and they still work fine (with some minor tweaking). But somehow any discussions on these features seem to have died a while ago :-( Meanwhile, they seem to be rather useful. For one, here in post-USSR countries lots of

More problems with emu10k1 driver.

2000-06-12 Thread Frank Mayhar
I tried to use it tonight, with the latest 4-stable. Well, it doesn't just silently panic any more, which is an improvement; I was able to get a core dump. I ran mpg123 to play an mp3; as soon as it tried to play the system panicked on an NMI. The dump shows the mpg123 process sleeping on