Re: 5.2 STABLE?

2003-11-26 Thread Ryan Sommers
Document of interest to you: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/5-roadmap/index.html The schedule can be found at (when RELENG_5 is scheduled to be branched): http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/5-roadmap/schedule.html Thomas T. Veldhouse writes: Will

Re: 5.2-BETA: giving up on 4 buffers (ata)

2003-11-26 Thread Ryan Sommers
I'll also note in my FreeBSD current debugging of some drivers it was about a 50/50 shot as to if this would happen. Having to fsck every other reboot was only made less painful by the background fsck thing. Don't some BIOS' protect the superblocks as a kind of virus protection? Could this be

ACPI and APM testing on Dell Inspiron 8200

2003-11-22 Thread Ryan Sommers
I'm having difficulty getting battery and thermal status. If I compile the kernel with APM support I get battery statistics but if I try to put APM/ACPI in the kernel ACPI reports that another PM system is enabled and doesn't load the /dev/acpi device. If I take APM out and compile in ACPI I

DStumbler / BSD-AirTools Error with new Wi code?

2003-11-19 Thread Ryan Sommers
I have been getting the following error when attempting to use dstumbler with 5.1-RELEASE-p10: error: unable to ioctl device socket: Invalid argument After much searching around newsgroups/mailing lists it looks like the Wi(4) code was changed and dstumbler never got updated. I found one

Re: DStumbler / BSD-AirTools Error with new Wi code?

2003-11-19 Thread Ryan Sommers
I upgraded to 0.3 and installed. However, I'm still getting errors no matter how I run it: dstumbler wi0 -o error: cannot use monitor mode on non-prism2 cards dstumbler wi0 -s error: unable to ioctl device socket: Invalid argument same for just running dstumbler wi0. Any ideas? Sean

Re: 5.0 Install Troubles

2002-12-19 Thread Ryan Sommers
, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Dec 18, 2002 at 05:53:17PM -0600, Ryan Sommers wrote: Yah, there isn't a secure dist. I'm doing a full install now, to see if it hits it. I don't understand why only installing base would work on 4.7 but not on 5.0. I believe it's called 'crypto' not 'secure

Port package on RC1

2002-12-17 Thread Ryan Sommers
Today for the fun of it I decided to try installing RC1 on VMware running in Win2K. (very bored today). Everything goes fine until the ports installation. I choose all the default options, I have it running in a 256mb of RAM 10gb virtual disk environment. Like I said up until the ports

[Fwd: Compiling -CURRENT and PCMCIA support.]

2002-11-22 Thread Ryan Sommers
I got this back so I will try resending/asking it. -Forwarded Message- From: Ryan Sommers [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Compiling -CURRENT and PCMCIA support. Date: 21 Nov 2002 12:50:53 -0600 ?On Tue, 2002-11-19 at 22:13, Ryan Sommers wrote: My question

Compiling -CURRENT and PCMCIA support.

2002-11-21 Thread Ryan Sommers
?On Tue, 2002-11-19 at 22:13, Ryan Sommers wrote: My question is could I keep and build the CURRENT source tree on the FreeBSD desktop, mount it over NFS to the laptop, and install it over the NFS mount? Is the kernel on the 5.0SP2 ISO built with PCCard support? I installed from CD-ROM onto