LINT warnings

1999-09-02 Thread Nick Hibma
What about these? Looks like trivial for someone who knows what he is doing :-) In file included from ../../kern/subr_diskslice.c:58: ../../sys/devfsext.h:32: warning: #warning "Using obsolete sys/devfsext.h" In file included from ../../miscfs/devfs/devfs_tree.c:48: ../../sys/devfsext.h:32:

yes! or should I say Oh no! (CD ROM problems)

1999-09-02 Thread Nick Hibma
Jordan, You were referring to these messages? #cd/2: invalid sector size 2352 Symptoms: Once in a while ripenc doesn't work. Most of the times it does. The problem can be reproduced here, by inserting a CD into the player and then running the following commands: [Blast! Now it does

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Nick Hibma
Could you send the output of dmesg. It could be that your BIOS has rearranged the irq settings and has put another card on that IRQ. Is the sound card PNP? If not, could you check that the card's IRQ is marked as legacy in the BIOS? Nick My sound card used to work, and with a backup kernel

recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-02 Thread Oscar Bonilla
I have a Vaio PCG-505FX, and first of all let me tell you guys that the recent apm changes are working great. I can use both the suspend and hibernate functions without a problem. There's just one weird thing going on that I'd like you to know about, if someone gives me instructions on how to

テレビ電話のお知らせ Info on Videophone

1999-09-02 Thread Academy Japan
こんにちわ、 これは便利! Here's a good news for you, ホテル、旅館、単身赴任、留学にも a news of the Videophone 最適なニュース! over the normal coloer telephone line. 今、世界で話題の簡単テレビ電話 All you have to do is just

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Arthur H. Johnson II
here it is: Copyright (c) 1992-1999 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved. FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #4: Thu Sep 2 10:45:54 EDT 1999 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/ARTHUR Timecounter "i8254"

Re: yes! or should I say Oh no! (CD ROM problems)

1999-09-02 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
What you're saying is that it fails on the second open but resets if you eject/reload the CD ? Could you do me the favour and update to the latest current and try again. If that message comes from where I think, something is trying to do non BDEV_SIZE multiple requests on a char device, a

Re: yes! or should I say Oh no! (CD ROM problems)

1999-09-02 Thread Nick Hibma
What you're saying is that it fails on the second open but resets if you eject/reload the CD ? No. Insert CD, run cda /dev/rcd0c toc, error message in /var/log/messages. Eject CD reinsert it, same command, it works. Could you do me the favour and update to the latest current and try

Re: yes! or should I say Oh no! (CD ROM problems)

1999-09-02 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message Pine.GS4.4.10.9909021800040.3090-10@elect8, Nick Hibma writes: What you're saying is that it fails on the second open but resets if you eject/reload the CD ? No. Insert CD, run cda /dev/rcd0c toc, error message in /var/log/messages. Eject CD reinsert it, same command, it

Re: yes! or should I say Oh no! (CD ROM problems)

1999-09-02 Thread Nick Hibma
No. Insert CD, run cda /dev/rcd0c toc, error message in /var/log/messages. Eject CD reinsert it, same command, it works. So it fails the first time after a reboot and never again until reboot ? Or is it just heads-or-tails everytime ? The machine is normally up for several weeks

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Luoqi Chen
Could you send the output of dmesg. It could be that your BIOS has rearranged the irq settings and has put another card on that IRQ. Is the sound card PNP? If not, could you check that the card's IRQ is marked as legacy in the BIOS? Nick My sound card used to work, and with a backup

current kernel breakage

1999-09-02 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I recently recompiled my kernel with the following kernel config file, and now when I boot up, I get about halfway through probing, and the computer freezes, accepting no keyboard input or anything else but a hard reset (reset button) here is my kernel Config file.. # # GENERIC -- Generic

Make world broken

1999-09-02 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Make world is broken, these are the errors I get: cc -nostdinc -O -pipe -I/usr/src/sbin/kget/../../sys/i386 -I/usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr/include -c /usr/src/sbin/kget/kget.c /usr/src/sbin/kget/kget.c:34: isa/pnp.h: No such file or directory /usr/src/sbin/kget/kget.c: In function `main':

Re: 4.0-CURRENT SMP crash with vinum raid-5 and softupdates

1999-09-02 Thread Parag Patel
Just to let everyone know, Greg's going to be out-of-town for a little while and won't be able to continue debugging. I'm taking a crack at it again. So far, it seems to be a combination of softupdates+vinum+raid5 that triggers the bug, whatever it is. If I turn off softupdates the raid5

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Doug Rabson
On Thu, 2 Sep 1999, Arthur H. Johnson II wrote: here it is: sb0 at port 0x220 irq 5 drq 1 on isa0 snd0: SoundBlaster 16 4.13 sbxvi0 at port 0x drq 5 on isa0 isa_compat: didn't get ports for sbxvi snd0: SoundBlaster 16 4.13 WARNING: "snd" is usurping "snd"'s cdevsw[] unknown0:

Re: current kernel breakage

1999-09-02 Thread Doug Rabson
On Thu, 2 Sep 1999, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I recently recompiled my kernel with the following kernel config file, and now when I boot up, I get about halfway through probing, and the computer freezes, accepting no keyboard input or anything else but a hard reset (reset button) here is

Re: newpcm

1999-09-02 Thread Steve Kargl
Cameron Grant wrote: a design overview of newpcm is available at http://www.vilnya.demon.co.uk/design.txt i intend to put a hardware driver skeleton up on the same site in the next few days. What about a man page? -- Steve To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: newpcm

1999-09-02 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Cameron Grant wrote: newpcm has now been committed in -current, with functional trident 4dwave, es1370, sb and mss support. minimal changes to kernel config should be required: pci devices: device pcm0 isa pnp devices: controller pnp0 device pcm0 Unfortunately I can't get it working

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Doug Rabson
On Thu, 2 Sep 1999, Luoqi Chen wrote: Could you send the output of dmesg. It could be that your BIOS has rearranged the irq settings and has put another card on that IRQ. Is the sound card PNP? If not, could you check that the card's IRQ is marked as legacy in the BIOS? Nick

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Luoqi Chen
I too have problems with my on board CS4236 sound chip and it is of a very strange nature: in the new isa pnp code, function isa_assign_resources() mysteriously overwrites the isa_device structure and sets logical_id to 0, and as a result subsequent probe would not recognize it any more.

Re: newpcm

1999-09-02 Thread Cameron Grant
Doug Rabson wrote: Unfortunately I can't get it working on my SB16PNP with previously worked flamessly with "oldpcm". I've did as you suggested - as it seems to be pnp card I've removed all "at isa0 ", rebuilded and rebooted. But with the new kernel I've observed 2 things: (1) my

ATAPI CR writing problem after onp

1999-09-02 Thread Nicolas Souchu
Hi, I have the following errors when I try to append audio to a fixated onp CD-R First, shall I reuse burnaudio when reopening a CD? I made burnaudio work with the following tricks: device=/dev/r$1 wormcontrol -f$device prepdisk single shift for f in $* do echo Burning file $f

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Doug Rabson: changing over to the pcm driver. Since your card is a PnP one, you should be able to put just "device pcm0" in your kernel config. Even for ISA ones ? I though only PCI sound cards let you use the shorter form... -- Ollivier ROBERT -=- FreeBSD: The Power to Serve!

NAT speed?

1999-09-02 Thread Ugen Antsilevitch
Did anyone make any kind of benchmarking on the NAT? I am interested in number of connections per hour / total simultaneous connections and any other perfomance related experience you may have had with it? Any1? --Ugen To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

The problem earlier

1999-09-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
OK, I have 2 problems, first the pnp stuff in the kernel is broken, when I took the pnp device out of the kernel, it boots without hanging. Second, the new pcm stuff doesn't work (at least not with my creative Vibra16X). If someone can tell me if the new pcm has full support (except midi, I

Re: Problems with the sound card.

1999-09-02 Thread Luoqi Chen
That's exactly what I have. This is just so weird. I am now reading the debug register chapter of intel's manual, it is virtually impossible to pinpoint the location by single-stepping through the code... The debug register trick worked, and the discovery was quite unexpected: because the

Failure of new PCM code to pickup my CS4236.

1999-09-02 Thread Stephen Hocking-Senior Programmer PGS Perth
A dmesg from it is as follows - note that the old PCM code used to find it. The voxware stuff needs a couple of delays inserted to find it. Copyright (c) 1992-1999 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights

Still can't install current via ftp!

1999-09-02 Thread Michael A. Endsley
I just downloaded the latest floppies from current (19990827) and tried installing current on a different machine that did not have a previous version of FreeBSD on it. As before (search for vty3 and Alt-F3), once I went through the novice installation and got to the part to connect to FreeBSD, I