FWIW, I have the same problem on my amd64 boxes at home. It will not see
the drive if its in slave mode. It too happens to be a seagate.
If I revert a 1.10 revision of ata-lowlevel.c (#ifdef 0 a section of
probing code), the disc is back and works absolutely fine.
I'll try the same
I have the same southbridge and a very fast system. That can't be the problem
- and it really does sound like a network problem. It looks like it's looking
for a host that it can't find. Possibly your own hostname.
I've seen a problem somewhat like that one if portmap/rpcbind is not
i guess portmapper is not runing. whats the name of the rc.d script on fbsd
i looked for portmap (as under linux) but haven't found in /etc/rc.d ...
If you're running 4.x, it's portmap. If it's 5.x, it's rpcbind. To
have it loaded at boot-time, just put rpcbind_enable=YES into your
I'm using -CURRENT built with sources of 08/23 and I'm noticing two
problems with sound with a VIA soundcard:
a) There's a annoying noise coming out all the time, including when
playing sound files (I've noticed this noise before, but it used to
be noticeable only when you
I believe it's harmless, and while not aesthetically pleasing, it's a necessary
work-around. The stop command to rc.d/ipfilter uses -D to disable ipfilter, so
it's necessary to use -E with the start command because there's no way to know
how/when/why/in-what-environment it's being called. If
I've been running qmail for years and like it, installed pretty much
per www.LifeWithQmail.org. My main system was running FreeBSD
5.0-RELEASE and -CURRENT and qmail was fine. When I just upgraded to
5.1-CURRENT a couple days back, the qmail-send process started using
Alas make buildworld fails for the past few days:
Short term, cd /usr/src/sbin/ipfw; make depend make all install ought
to fix it.
I tried that as well, but the new binary also dumps core, but works
well with previous versions of the firewall. Even
I experienced this panic few hours ago, but couldn't debug it back
then (the kernel that crashed has no debugging stuff). So here's the
only info I could read from the screen when the box hardlocked:
TPTE at 0xbfefeffc IS ZERO @ VA bfbff000
panic: bad pte
Try this patch:
Yes, it works now, thanks. Will this patch be commited to src, or
should I keep it and apply locally?
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I just noticed this (and I think it never happened to me before):
torment:~! ftp x.y.z.w
Connected to x.y.z.w.
220 h4w h4w h4w
Name (x.y.z.w:fred): anonymous
530 Sorry, no ANONYMOUS access allowed.
ftp: Login failed.
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Can you rebuild ftpd with ggdb in CFLAGS and repeat the traceback?
The ftpd? I don't have access to it, sorry. If you meant the ftp
client, here's the output from gdb (the same as before):
(gdb) run x.y.z.w
Starting program: /usr/bin/ftp x.y.z.w
(no debugging symbols found)...(no
I think what Kris ment was something similiar to
make DEBUG_FLAGS=-g all install
Ahh, yes, with that I can see where the problem is. It's because of my
custom prompt, which should look like ftp [EMAIL PROTECTED]:directory
Here's the output of
-bash-2.05b# cat /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1 localhost.noonlights.net localhost
192.168.1.5 jupiter.noonlights.net jupiter
184.108.40.206 www.freebsd.org myfreebsd
-bash-2.05b# cat /etc/nsswitch.conf
Umm, host(1) looks in the DNS for hostnames, as per the manpage:
Host looks for information about Internet hosts. It gets this informa-
tion from a set of interconnected servers that are spread across the
It doesn't use /etc/hosts, just DNS. That's by
but it requires a reset. Can you apply the attached patch to the head version
of via82c686.c and let me know if it works on your h/w and what the additional
dmesg information is?
It works, flawlessly (at least up to now). Here's the dmesg difference for
the kernel with the patch
Since my last kernel build (sources of 03/27, about 15:00 GMT-3), my
-CURRENT box detects the soundcard OK, esd starts fine and mpg123
prentends to be playing soundfiles correctly, only no sound will
come out. Booting the previous kernel guarantees it's not hardware's
I forgot to mention that the old kernel was built off source of
03/26, around mid-night GMT-3.
Insults for obnoxious people:
I'm not being rude. You're just insignificant...
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I just tried reverting (sys/dev/sound/pci/) via8233.c to 1.7,
via82c686.c to 1.22 and via82c686.h to 1.5 and the sound works again.
These are the revisions of those files prior to the lastest ones.
Everyone has a scheme for getting rich that will not work.
ipfw: opcode 50 size 1 wrong
getsockopt(IP_FWD_ADD): something something
I had this experience a few days ago too. It turned out as being an
outdated /sbin/ipfw. cvsup'ing and then `cd /usr/src/sbin/ipfw make
all install clean` solved it. Notice that if you did NOT run a make
I was recently a participant in a thread in another forum where all sorts
of people, including a well respected gcc developer, said categorically
that the latest (stock) gcc produces correct code with -O2 in all cases on
ia32. If it doesn't, the gcc folks would like a bug report.
I use -O3
I've just run into a new bug. I was running rpcbind with the -l flag,
and when I started Opera and it tried connecting to 127.0.0.1:111 to
begin the DNS resolution phase, rpcbind started fork()'ing and eating
up all resources.
After a few minutes, I could get this from `ps`:
I first noticed this last night, after recompiling the kernel to fix
the delayed ACKs bug. What happens is that if I only use the network
regularly (fetchmail/web browsing/IRC/IM/etc), the system seemed to
run normally. But after launching a gnutella client, the system panics
Do you have revision 1.196 of netinet/tcp_input.c? If not, please
re-cvsup, as this version has some fixes that might apply in your
I just re-cvsup'd and rebuilt the kernel. Same results, except that it
now pagefaults quicker.
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I've just noticed it, and as the subject says, it's just weird. On
Win2k/FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE (tested with a floppy install disk), my HDD
usage LED blinks whenever there's disk usage, but with -CURRENT it
just stays on all the time. Why does this happen, or what does it
I've just noticed that recent -CURRENT kernels (from at least 2 days
to now, but I suspect it might be a little longer) do not find my
ATAPI CDROM drive. The kernel config file is the same as before,
kernel CFLAGS are also the same (and I've even tried building the
ports/mail/gensig has a problem. It is supposed to create a named pipe
(~/.signature) and wait for an application to read from the pipe. It
allows to have a random signature on every mail. On 4.x and on 5-current
from last year it works as expected. But since the end of the last year
I'm guessing the short patch at:
should help. Can you try it and let me know?
I've just tried that and it still tries connecting to 220.127.116.11:111
instead of localhost:111. I had to follow Hajimu UMEMOTO's
suggestion, once with
OK - I found a second bug, which is a bit more subtle, but which
seems to fix sendto and stop it sending packets to 18.104.22.168. I've
updated the patch, please let me know if it helps.
Yes, it works perfectly for me now. :-)
Every program has at least one bug and can be shortened
I trully suspect that for some reason this is specific to my box, but
I'm not quite sure if it is nor why it is. I hope this is the
appropriated place to ask, and if I'm mistaken, please correct me.
Since the last port update for XFree86-libraries, I've been unable to
After noticing a huge delay between host names resolution and the
beginning of pages loading with Opera (6.11/Linux), I noticed that it
is trying to connect to 22.214.171.124:111 instead of the usual
127.0.0.1:111. I worked it around by setting up 126.96.36.199/32 as an alias
on lo0, but
Are you running 5.0-RELEASE or -current? If -current, when did you
last rebuild your kernel? Some changes were made to the linux network
emulation in the last few days. I was testing them and didn't notice
any problems like this, but I may have missed something.
Sorry for not mentioning it
ago.) Has anyone seen this? How do I fix it?
Please remove your nonstandard CFLAGS and try again.
Yes, that was the problem. Thank you :-)
The first marriage is the triumph of imagination over intelligence,
and the second the triumph of hope over experience.
Has anyone besides me experienced mpg123 dumping core on recent (from
10/01/03 builds and on) -CURRENT builds? I was using it perfectly,
then I reinstalled the port to include a couple of cosmetic patches
of mine (they don't do ANYTHING that could cause this - it's only to
I got this tonight on my ultra. I thought it was sparc64 specific, glad
I saw your post. I cvsup'd 2 days ago.
Im going to build OpenSSH from ports and see if it has the same error.
I posted here about three or four days ago, saying that using the
ports' version is a workaround to this
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