Re: SoundBlaster PCI-128 performance

2001-11-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
maybe you did. I'm not sure what the problem is then. Ken On 30 Nov 2001, Seth Kingsley wrote: On Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 09:12:52AM -0500, Kenneth Culver wrote: On Friday 30 November 2001 02:44 am, you wrote: Have you tried different speakers? Also have you tried moving the soundcard to

Re: linuxulator unimplemented syscalls

2001-11-29 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
On Thu, 29 Nov 2001, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Nov 28), Kenneth Culver said: I was just wondering if the following syscalls had any chance of being implemented anytime soon? linux: syscall ftruncate64 is obsoleted or not implemented (pid=5695) linux: syscall mmap2 is

Re: linuxulator unimplemented syscalls

2001-11-29 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Your problem is probably somewhere other than ioctl 0x7201; try trussing/stracing the app and see what it's trying to access. Alright, I'll try that, I think I have another clue though, I got it to find the file (it was looking in /usr/compat/linux/mnt/cdrom instead of the regular /mnt/cdrom

Re: FreeBSD current is very slow

2001-09-11 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Well, FreeBSD-CURRENT will have bugs... That's why it's -CURRENT and not -STABLE Ken On Mon, 10 Sep 2001, Liu Siwei wrote: Hi,all: Do you run freebsd-current? what current? I make a clean SNAP of freebsd-current through make release. And make a CD. I install freebsd-current from my own

Re: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
FreeBSD is going to be left in the dust unless both the SMPng *AND* KSE projects are integrated into 5.0. I care about having a system that works well and does what I ask of it. What the Linux horde is doing is of little concern to me, and I suspect the same goes for a number of other

Re: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I have one system that I've been maintaining/updating since the 2.X days and I feel it's time to nuke it and start over. +1 for a non-smp system and SMP system. That said, I think the value of having both KSE and SMPng in 5.0 is HUGE and I think there is probably a large

Re: Headsup! KSE believers should show up!

2001-08-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Well, I for one can test it on an alpha (I'm borrowing from [EMAIL PROTECTED]) as soon as my DSL gets installed ;-) Ken On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 5:09 PM -0700 8/27/01, Darryl Okahata wrote: Is there some reason why KSE couldn't be integrated ASAP *AFTER* 5.0 is

RE: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-27 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Garrett Wollman wrote: On Mon, 27 Aug 2001 09:34:06 -0700 (PDT), John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Just to get this out in the public: I for one think 5.x has enough changes in it and would like for KSE to be postponed to 6.0-current and 6.0-release. I agree.

Re: QT23 not building

2001-08-21 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
You are building from the ports tree right? Did you check to make sure you have The include path and library path for OpenGL libraries in the QT Makefile? On Tue, 21 Aug 2001, Salvo Bartolotta wrote: Dear FreeBSD'ers, I am running -CURRENT as of August 18, 2001 -- yet another entry in the

driver writing newbie

2001-07-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Sorry to post to this forum, but I'm not getting any replies from -hackers or -questions, and I've looked at the webpages on writing device drivers, as well as several other drivers. Here's my problem/question/whatever... I am writing a driver right now for the Hardware monitoring features of

Re: driver writing newbie

2001-07-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Sorry to post to this forum, but I'm not getting any replies from -hackers or -questions, and I've looked at the webpages on writing device drivers, as well as several other drivers. Here's my problem/question/whatever... I am writing

Re: driver writing newbie

2001-07-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Well, I could do that, but I'd rather write a complete driver with all the regular interfaces... (open, close, ioctl, and a specific major/minor in the kernel, I'm going to add other chips to this driver eventually) The way you are suggesting just opens /dev/io and uses inb and outb to do some

Re: driver writing newbie

2001-07-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I havn't checked, but I'll probably do that soon. Ken On Wed, 25 Jul 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 25 Jul 2001, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Well, I could do that, but I'd rather write a complete driver with all the regular interfaces... (open, close, ioctl, and a specific

dual athlons

2001-06-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just curious, but are there plans to support the EV6 bus that the dual athlon motherboards use? I'm not going to buy that kind of system unless FreeBSD 5 will support it. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: dual athlons

2001-06-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Do they still perform better than the regular apic from INTEL though? I mean it IS an EV6 bus. On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Mike Smith wrote: Just curious, but are there plans to support the EV6 bus that the dual athlon motherboards use? I'm not going to buy that kind of system unless FreeBSD 5

Re: dual athlons

2001-06-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I guess it won't be a waste of money then. :-) On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Jordan Hubbard wrote: From: Kenneth Wayne Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: dual athlons Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2001 16:18:13 -0400 (EDT) Just curious, but are there plans to support the EV6 bus that the dual athlon

-stable build of kernel fails

2001-02-20 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
With the recent commits to -STABLE (I'm assuming these are MFC that's why I sent to both freebsd-current and freebsd-stable) having to do with the ipfw code, I have had a problem compiling the kernel. These are the errors. cc -c -O -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes

Re: HEADSUP! change to atapi-cd driver and burncd

2001-02-15 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
This is because some sloppy firmware coders hasn't implemented the "test unit ready" command proberly, it return ready no matter what state the drive is in :( I've gotten ahold of one burner that has this problem and I'm trying to come up with a fix for it... Is this the same problem I was

Re: HEADS UP: I386_CPU

2001-01-16 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Wont this make installing using sysinstall a bit hard? I know the generic kernel includes all the CPU lines, so that all cpu's are recognized... so are you going to just take this line out of the generic kernel, and have a special kern.flp disk with a generic kernel that only has the i386 support

Re: HEADS UP: I386_CPU

2001-01-16 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Wont this make installing using sysinstall a bit hard? I know the generic kernel includes all the CPU lines, so that all cpu's are recognized... so are you going to just take this line out of the generic kernel, and have a special kern.flp disk with a generic

Re: pmtimer

2001-01-10 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Yeah, that's what I thought. A while back someone sent me some patches that fix the broken statclock and make it work on laptops, I can't remember his name right now. However those patches are against FreeBSD 4.1-RELEASE, and I'm not sure if they'd work for -CURRENT. I suppose I could do without

YES! laptop installing

2001-01-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
This is to let everyone know that right now as I type I am setting up FreeBSD to start downloading over my cardbus ethernet card. It seems to work great except it doesn't beep when the card enables, but that's fine with me. :-) = |

Re: YES! laptop installing

2001-01-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I'm using a 3ccfe575ct-d, it works great, I just installed using it by making my own GENERIC kernel with the cardbus stuff on it, and putting it on an install boot floppy instead of the one that normally comes on it. I'm not sure the pmtimer is working though, and I keep getting dmesg: malloc

pmtimer

2001-01-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I'm not sure what pmtimer is supposed to do. Isn't it supposed to give support for the broken statclock on laptops? I saw my friend running 4.1 with some patches that allowed him to use the statclock (and the rtc device showed up in systat -vm 2) On my laptop, pmtimer doesn't appear to do

cardbus installs on -current

2001-01-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
is installing FreeBSD-CURRENT with sysinstall using a cardbus supported card (such as a 3com cardbus 3cfe575 or something) working yet? Just wondering because I want to get windows off my laptop, and this will bring me one step closer... (with support for my ess maestro3 chip being the last step)

Re: cardbus installs on -current

2001-01-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
: is installing FreeBSD-CURRENT with sysinstall using a cardbus supported : card (such as a 3com cardbus 3cfe575 or something) working yet? Just : wondering because I want to get windows off my laptop, and this will bring : me one step closer... (with support for my ess maestro3 chip being

Re: cardbus installs on -current

2001-01-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
| | The University of Maryland, | Website: (Under Construction) | | College Park. | http://www.wam.umd.edu/~culverk/| = On Sun, 7 Jan 2001, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kenneth Wayne Culver writes

Re: cardbus installs on -current

2001-01-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
/| = On Sun, 7 Jan 2001, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kenneth Wayne Culver writes: : Is the cardbus stuff in the GENERIC kernel, or will I have to change it : and build my own release or custom sysinstall? You'll

Re: cardbus installs on -current

2001-01-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
] Kenneth Wayne Culver writes: : on another note, did you ever get a chance to look at that code that : supposedly fixes a broken statclock? It is a patch against 4.1-RELEASE I : believe. I could still find it for you if you want. I believe that those issues have been fixed with the pmtimer

kernel panics in 4.2

2000-12-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I sent this message to -questions earlier, but nobody seems to know about my problem: I just recently tried putting an adaptec 2940w SCSI controller into my FreeBSD machine (running -STABLE cvsupped and recompiled every night at 1:30AM) and since including the driver in my kernel I've noticed

2 patches for via kt133 agp stuff.

2000-11-03 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I have included two very small patches that identify the via kt133 agp stuff on the athlon motherboards. I think the messages are ok, but if not, somebody change them. :-) --- pci/agp_via.c Wed Jul 19 05:48:04 2000 +++ pci/agp_via.c.new Fri Nov 3 14:50:58 2000 @@ -70,6 +70,8 @@

docs for via kt133 south bridge

2000-10-31 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I was wondering if any of the developers here had any docs for the via kt133 south bridge. I need the docs so that I can write a driver for the hardware monitoring features of this chip... I looked on via's website, but the docs there are incomplete... Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: docs for via kt133 south bridge

2000-10-31 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I think one of our Japanese friends has been trying to get these docs from VIA. With little luck it seems. Hrmm, well I'll send a messege or something over to VIA... I'm going to make this driver in such a way that it would be easy to add more drivers for other hwmon stuff in the future... Ken

Re: docs for via kt133 south bridge

2000-10-31 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
of Maryland, | Website: (Under Construction) | | College Park. | http://www.wam.umd.edu/~culverk/| = On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I think one of our Japanese

wierd ata driver problem

2000-10-31 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
with a -STABLE as of last night at 1:30 AM EST the ata driver refuses to configure my DVD drive. Here is the output of a dmesg: ad0: 8063MB Maxtor 90845D4 [16383/16/63] at ata0-master UDMA33 ad1: 13029MB Maxtor 91366U4 [26473/16/63] at ata1-master UDMA66 ad2: 14655MB Maxtor 51536H3 [29777/16/63]

ata problems, nevermind

2000-10-31 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Wierd, I turned the computer off and turned it back on again and the problem is solved... sorry bout that. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

RE: -current grinds exceeding slow

2000-10-12 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I use 0.85, I had some wierd problems with it in -CURRENT. I've moved down to 4.1.1-STABLE till some of this stuff in -CURRENT cools down. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems

Re: TI1225 CardBus controller

2000-10-05 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
It doesn't work for cardbus. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr | |

Re: ESS1879 hwptr went backward?

2000-09-27 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
-CURRENT as of the smpng commits is really unstable... it's even somewhat unstable before that (I was having crashes on heavy disk activity even at the smpng commit, which could've been just my lack of knowledge of cvs and screwing up my source tree, but that's what was happening.)

Re: -CURRENT crashes under heavy disk activity

2000-09-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
, Sep 22, 2000 at 03:37:32PM -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I will try to build a debug kernel, and get a backtrace of what's happening to send to the list, but basically what happened is that I was running a cvsup of the cvs source repository and the ports repository and it just crashed

fdc problem

2000-09-22 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
as of a few days ago, for some reason my floppy drive controller does not probe right with -CURRENT... I've attached a dmesg, a kernel config, and my hints file as kernstuff.tar Please let me know if I've made some dumb mistake or something in my configs... Kenneth Culver kernstuff.tar

Re: -CURRENT crashes under heavy disk activity

2000-09-22 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
://www.wam.umd.edu/~culverk/| = On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Michael Reifenberger wrote: On Fri, 22 Sep 2000, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: ... To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: -CURRENT crashes under heavy disk activity This is a well known issue. See

Re: -CURRENT crashes under heavy disk activity

2000-09-22 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Schmidt wrote: It seems Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Alright, I think I may just do that too... I was going to try to tough it out... but it looks like that just won't work I wish there was some way to get the other changes without getting the SMP stuff though. You update the ata

Re: new idle_proc() makes my laptop very hot

2000-09-21 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I can second this... on my PC the cpu used to run around about 84 degrees F with the case at 80 degrees F, now the cpu runs at about 91-93 degrees F while the case runs at 80 degrees F. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD:

Re: new idle_proc() makes my laptop very hot

2000-09-21 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I don't have it enabled... I am not even on my laptop with -CURRENT... this is on my regular PC... and I'm taking my thermal readings by banging around on some memory addys through /dev/io with a little hack of a program I wrote as a windowmaker dockapp for this purpose...

Re: new idle_proc() makes my laptop very hot

2000-09-21 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
My system fans always stay on... but again this is not in a laptop .. it is on my regular pc... = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 |

Re: SMPng feedback

2000-09-19 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
IT's new as of last night. There is a random there, but it's not doing anything when I move the mouse. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726

Re: SMPng feedback

2000-09-19 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Sep 2000, Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 18 Sep, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: 1) When I'm playing music (mp3), and I move the mouse or move a window in X, the sound stutters and I get a pcm0: hwptr went backwards x - y (where x and y are different numbers). I see this too. If I use xmms

Re: SMPng feedback

2000-09-19 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
OK - its not my random driver, then :-). Well, unless your random driver is not attached to the ums device... It does something when I use the mouse attached to the psm device... and the mouse is still jumpy. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

SMPng feedback

2000-09-18 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Alright, I've been using -CURRENT with the SMPng changes for a few days and wanted to give some feedback. Overall everything works, although I have been experienceing a few problems which may or may not be related. 1) When I'm playing music (mp3), and I move the mouse or move a window in X,

the SMPng stuff on UP

2000-09-15 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Alright, I just wanted to let everyone know that I have gotten the SMPng stuff up and working on my -CURRENT machine, and everything seems to work fine except the occasional "pcm0: hwptr went backwards x -- y" when I play sound and then do anything in X that involves moving a window. Oh, and

Re: microuptime() went backwards

2000-09-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Lehey wrote: On Friday, 8 September 2000 at 0:18:07 -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: On Fri, 8 Sep 2000, Greg Lehey wrote: On Thursday, 7 September 2000 at 22:49:30 -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: The point I'm making is that we've had these problems before SMPng, and that you

Re: microuptime() went backwards

2000-09-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Could all this be in any way related to the statclock not working on certain systems (like my Dell Inspiron)?? Also, could the "rtc" device as listed in systat -vm not being there (I'm assuming this is the statclock) be causing scheduling anomalies? I ask because I am trying to get gaim

Re: microuptime() went backwards

2000-09-07 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
The point I'm making is that we've had these problems before SMPng, and that you can't automatically assume that it's SMPng just because you get the messages. On the other hand, the 7 digits seem to be a pretty reliable signature. I'm getting this error while starting XFree86 4.0.1 on my

Re: xl driver

2000-09-03 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
the same thing is happening to me, only my pci bus is getting probed 3 times. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at

forgot info on soundcard

2000-09-02 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Alright, I forgot to mention what soundcard I have before, so here goes: I have an es1371 card. To repeat the problem, with a day-old -current the mixer doesn't work. I have the sound drivers loaded as a module. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: mixer no longer works

2000-09-02 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Nope, I'm not using devfs. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr | |

mixer no longer works

2000-09-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
In -CURRENT cvsupped as of today, the mixer no longer works. anything that tries to access the mixer just says "Operation not permitted" = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just the lock stuff here, nothing else. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I'm in the process of tracing it out (in my small amount of spare time) to see where the problem is, and seeing if I can fix it, although I think this is over my head :-) I just wanna see if I can do it. = | Kenneth Culver

Re: Possible bug in current?

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Yeah, it's supposedly fixed now. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: keyboard problems with X

2000-07-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I have, like when I'm running tail on something, and then I try to ctrl-c out of it, the whole console locks solid, and I have to reboot. (although if I was connected to an ethernet, I think I could probably ssh in and reboot.) Also, as an unrelated problem in -CURRENT, I'm experiencing the

Re: keyboard problems with X

2000-07-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Hrmm, that's even worse than my problem. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: keyboard problems with X

2000-07-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
My problems are with a previous build of late last week. And my problem isn't with X. My problem only happens when you start "tail" on some file, then try to exit. It locks the console solid... neither the mouse nor the keyboard work.

patch for ds1 soundcard

2000-07-24 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I found on my computer that a ds1 builtin soundcard of type 10 (found in the file) will not init correctly unless the same 400ms wait is applied to it that is applied to type 8 cards. I have included a patch to make this happen. The patch was created against a -STABLE from today, but should not

could someone with committer access commit this?

2000-07-02 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
This is the patch to make my soundcard, a Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI (an es1371 chip, device id 0x58801274 rev 0x02). Can someone commit it please? Thanks. --- es137x.c.oldSun May 28 11:15:14 2000 +++ es137x.cSat Jul 1 23:22:00 2000 @@ -68,6 +68,7 @@ #define ES1370_PCI_ID

new sound card

2000-07-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Alright, this just bit me in the ass... I just bought a card today that says "Creative Ensoniq AudioPCI" on the box. Well, as far as I can tell this card uses the es1371 chip. Well, I did a little digging because apparently the card's pci device id wasn't in the es137x.c file. So what I did was I

more info on sound card

2000-07-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I managed to find a little more info on this chip in my new soundcard. It is slightly different from a regular es1371... and in linux it even get's some of its own #defines: CT5880REV_CT5880_C is it's revision. (or 0x02) and the chip says CT5880 on it. I'm assuming it's not much different, but

patches for my new soundcard

2000-07-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I just got the soundcard to work, patches to /usr/src/sys/dev/sound/pci/ess137x.c are coming in a minute. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

patch to be committed please?

2000-07-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Here is a patch with the changes I made to get my soundcard to work. It was pretty simple, it was just a matter of one more id that needed to be added so that the ac97 stuff could be turned on. It was trying to do a pre-ac97 2.1 init instead of what I should have been doing. Anyway, it works now.

Re: What's going on with crypto all of a sudden ?

2000-06-29 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Hrmm, I think I just read somewhere (/usr/src/UPDATING?) that crypto is required to get a make world to work, and I guess certain other things won't work as well until you rebuild (?) :-) (:-P) if you're using -CURRENT, it's because you havn't followed the advice about the new randomdev.

Re: What's going on with crypto all of a sudden ?

2000-06-29 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
-0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hrmm, I think I just read somewhere (/usr/src/UPDATING?) that crypto is required to get a make world to work, and I guess certain other things won't work as well until you rebuild (?) :-) (:-P) You're grasping at straws, since the ssl(8) manual page

Re: What's going on with crypto all of a sudden ?

2000-06-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
if you're using -CURRENT, it's because you havn't followed the advice about the new randomdev. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | |

Re: What's going on with crypto all of a sudden ?

2000-06-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
at 04:28:24PM -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: if you're using -CURRENT, it's because you havn't followed the advice about the new randomdev. Stumbled over it right after i sent the email sorry -- Pascal Hofstee daeron @ shadowmere . student . utwente . nl Managers

Re: Config problems

2000-06-26 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
duh... that was too simple... :-) = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: Config problems

2000-06-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Hey chuck, except for the SMP stuff, your config looks mostly like mine (I only have a cpu line for i686) Let me know if there's anything I can do to help though. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade|

Re: Config problems

2000-06-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
/| = On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Chuck Robey wrote: On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hey chuck, except for the SMP stuff, your config looks mostly like mine (I only have a cpu line for i686) Let me know if there's anything I can do to help though. I'm about ready

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I had a wierder problem yesterday... I followed the new changes to the kernel config file, and included everything that belonged there, and yet for some reason, my kernel paniced while probing vga0 with an error number 6. I had to use a fixit floppy to get back into the system and compile a

Re: fatal trap 12 after lastest kernel build

2000-06-15 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
did you follow Peter Wemm's instructions on the new config changes? = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The

Re: fatal trap 12 after lastest kernel build

2000-06-15 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Wayne Culver wrote: did you follow Peter Wemm's instructions on the new config changes? Actually, I did. In fact, I built 2 or 3 kernels after the changes went into effect with no problems. It's just the sources that I cvsup'd as of an hour ago that's causing the problems. On Thu

Re: Anyone else seeing jumpy mice?

2000-05-22 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I saw it once or twice in the last couple of weeks, when I'm kicking the hell out of the CPU (ie compiling something) = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #:

pcm static

2000-05-21 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I was just wondering what the status on the static in the pcm driver on the SoundBlaster ViBRA16X is... Just in case anyone forgot what I'm talking about, almost half the time when I start playing an mp3 or an mpg movie I get static out of the soundcard instead of music. If I keep restarting the

Re: rc.d startup scripts

2000-05-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just curious, but wouldn't this be FreeSVR4??? :-) I'm going to assume that the smiley means you're joking, but I hope that we can stick to discussing this plan on its merits, rather than rejecting it out of hand because it's like something that someone else is doing. Yeah, I

Re: rc.d startup scripts

2000-05-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Yeah, I was just joking, I kinda like some things about SVR4, but I still think it would be nice to keep the option of using some of the regular rc scripts that we have now. Imagine the confusion of the people that have ONLY used FreeBSD when they go in and see rc.d and all it's

Re: proposed pkg_delete change

2000-05-09 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
May 2000, Doug Rabson wrote: On Mon, 8 May 2000, Mike Pritchard wrote: On Mon, May 08, 2000 at 02:10:28AM -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I have a suggestion for pkg_delete: Very often when I'm deleting a package (such as kde, after testing the port) I want to delete that package

proposed pkg_delete change

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I have a suggestion for pkg_delete: Very often when I'm deleting a package (such as kde, after testing the port) I want to delete that package, and all it's dependancies; instead of going around looking for the dependancies, I think it would be a nice idea to add an option to pkg_delete to

Re: proposed pkg_delete change

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I have a suggestion for pkg_delete: Very often when I'm deleting a package (such as kde, after testing the port) I want to delete that package, and all it's dependancies; instead of going around looking for the dependancies, I think it would be a nice idea to add an option to pkg_delete

Re: proposed pkg_delete change

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
/~culverk/| = On 8 May 2000, Satoshi - Ports Wraith - Asami wrote: * From: Kenneth Wayne Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] * dependancies, I think it would be a nice idea to add an option to * pkg_delete to automatically delete all

a better idea for package dependencies

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Instead of automatically deleteing the dependencies, I think maybe it would be better to (with the use of a commandline switch) ask the user deleting the packages if he/she wants to delete a certain dependency, without letting the user delete the dependency if some other package also uses it.

Re: a better idea for package dependencies

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Construction) | | College Park. | http://www.wam.umd.edu/~culverk/| = On Mon, 8 May 2000, David O'Brien wrote: On Mon, May 08, 2000 at 02:26:42PM -0400, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Instead of automatically deleteing

Re: a better idea for package dependencies

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Wayne Culver wrote: pkg_delete -d package-version (or some other unused switch for dependancy) This might be a good option, but there should also be an automatic mode, whether or not it's the default. remove pkg_version_dependant [Y] ? y removed! remove pkg_version_dependant2 [Y] ? y

Re: rc.d startup scripts

2000-05-08 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just curious, but wouldn't this be FreeSVR4??? :-) = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM:

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-05-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
/| = On Mon, 1 May 2000, Ted Sikora wrote: Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hmm, I don't know then, I'm using that ViBRA 16X which seems to cause problems a lot. On Sun, 30 Apr 2000, Ted Sikora wrote: Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm getting the behavior I'm getting with a ViBRA 16X and a kernel as of this morning. This didn't start happening until about 4 days ago with a -CURRENT kernel. Maybe you have an older -CURRENT.

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
: Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm getting the behavior I'm getting with a ViBRA 16X and a kernel as of this morning. This didn't start happening until about 4 days ago with a -CURRENT kernel. Maybe you have an older -CURRENT. I did a make build

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-29 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I'm also getting this behavior now. It's not the xmms binary that's taking all the cpu though... top reports it as "system" CPU usage. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator

sound

2000-04-28 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just to let someone know (I know this is -current) but some of the recent changes to the pcm driver have had some wierd effects. First, no wav file will completely play (at least not the short ones); second, xmms now takes 100% cpu, and in top, it says that 76% of this is being used by the

linux ldconfig core dump

2000-04-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
As of about Thursday, Apr 20 I get this message when I try to run linux ldconfig: Segmentation fault(core dumped) I recompiled the module and the kernel on this day so I think that's what cause the problem, but I was wondering if there was anyone else having this problem. This started last

Re: linux ldconfig core dump

2000-04-25 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: As of about Thursday, Apr 20 I get this message when I try to run linux ldconfig: Segmentation fault(core dumped) I recompiled the module and the kernel on this day so I think that's what cause the problem, but I was wondering if there was anyone else having

Re: SMP changes and breaking kld object module compatibility

2000-04-24 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Richard Wackerbarth wrote: On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, Matthew Dillon wrote: : However, I consider your SMP changes VERY destablizing; they BREAK : lots of modules :-( Huh? No they don't. They simply require recompiling the modules. If they actually broke the modules I

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