Re: new signal stuff breaks libc_r?

1999-10-04 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Alfred Perlstein wrote: Since the signal changes... I'm finding that it _seems_ since libc_r isn't including something that properly defines __inline to inline that i'm getting unresolved symbols when linking or running programs that depend on libc_r. Anyone else getting this?

Re: Recent kernel hangs during boot with pnp sio.

1999-10-04 Thread Doug Rabson
On Sun, 3 Oct 1999, Daniel Eischen wrote: Doug Rabson wrote: I looked at you pnpinfo again and I think this change might be better. It accepts the cards description instead of overriding it and adds another ID for SUP2080 which your card is compatible with. I also removed the bogus

Re: Issues with xl0

1999-10-04 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Sun, 03 Oct 1999 08:09:49 -0300, Bryan Bursey wrote: Can anyone tell me if there are known issues with the xl0 driver in 4.0, or if it has been superceded by another driver which works with 3Com 3C900B. That's a pretty broad question. I know that lots of people use the xl0 driver in

Heads up!

1999-10-04 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
We have now come so far that we can start to kill cdevsw_add() calls and rely on make_dev() for most of the device drivers. Later today I will add a "nagging printf", which will trigger when a device is opened, which wasn't registered by the device driver with make_dev(). It will only trigger

Re: Recent kernel hangs during boot with pnp sio.

1999-10-04 Thread Timo Geusch
On Fri, Oct 01, 1999 at 02:32:11PM +0200, Soren Schmidt wrote: Hmm, I also have severe problems with the PnP stuff and my 3C509 cards, it just wont work as the pnp code finds and allocates adresses for the card, but the card probe doesn't pick them up... Soren, AFAIK the ep driver does not

Re: Heads up!

1999-10-04 Thread Darren Reed
In some email I received from Poul-Henning Kamp, sie wrote: We have now come so far that we can start to kill cdevsw_add() calls and rely on make_dev() for most of the device drivers. [...] Is that make_dev() meant to make makedev() or is that a part of the transition you're helping along

Re: Heads up!

1999-10-04 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Darren Reed writes : In some email I received from Poul-Henning Kamp, sie wrote: We have now come so far that we can start to kill cdevsw_add() calls and rely on make_dev() for most of the device drivers. [...] Is that make_dev() meant to make makedev() or is

panic: malloc type lacks magic

1999-10-04 Thread Andre Oppermann
Hello It looks like I fucked my -current box up during the sig_t changes. I tried made a new kernel before make world but after ifconfig'ing the network interfaces it panics with: panic: malloc type lacks magic Making a new world is of course not possible because of the sig_t changes. Any

Re: Heads up!

1999-10-04 Thread Nick Hibma
And the crowd goes wild! Nick We have now come so far that we can start to kill cdevsw_add() calls and rely on make_dev() for most of the device drivers. Later today I will add a "nagging printf", which will trigger when a device is opened, which wasn't registered by the device

panic(8) implementation...

1999-10-04 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
While testing the new swopen() routine I found this panic(8) implementation on -current: hexdump -C /dev/drum -- Poul-Henning Kamp FreeBSD coreteam member [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Real hackers run -current on their laptop." FreeBSD -- It will take a long time

Re: Current Uncompilable? Attn: Greg Lehey

1999-10-04 Thread Bill A. K.
Greg, thanks for your help, no i didn't get the heads up because i just got onto the current list, but i should get them now if any occur. I'll try building current again Thanks Bill [EMAIL PROTECTED] - Original Message - From: Greg Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Bill A. K. [EMAIL

Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-04 Thread FreeBSD Bob
Anyone in the current folks know why I might be getting problems with FreeBSD on an Adaptec 1540 controller? The machine works fine on 2.2.8 and 2.2.6, but dies a horrible screeching halt when installing 3.3 or 4.0. It literally just locks up solid when 3.3 or 4.0 probes the machine during the

Re: Issues with xl0

1999-10-04 Thread Bill Paul
WARNING: the following reply contains Extreme Ranting which may be too intense for young audiences. Those not wishing to experience Extreme Ranting should #define NO_EXTREME_RANTING. Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, Bryan Bursey had to walk into mine and say: I

my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Juan Amado Becerril Castillo
Suggestions ??? -- elf make world started on Thu Sep 30 09:23:09 CDT 1999 -- -- Cleaning up the temporary elf

my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Juan Amado Becerril Castillo
Suggestions ??? -- elf make world started on Thu Sep 30 09:23:09 CDT 1999 -- -- Cleaning up the temporary elf

make world trouble

1999-10-04 Thread Juan Amado Becerril Castillo
Anybody can help me, how I can fix this ! Thanks. === c++filt /usr/obj/usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/c++filt created for /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/c++filt === doc /usr/obj/usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/doc created for /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/doc === f77 /usr/obj/usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/f77 created for

maxphys = 0??

1999-10-04 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
A kernel from this weekend's sources is showing this warning message at boot: WARNING: #ad/0x30005 maxphys = 0 ??WARNING: #ad/0x30004 maxphys = 0 ?? These are: brw-r- 1 root operator 30, 0x00030004 Apr 6 11:48 ad0s2e brw-r- 1 root operator 30, 0x00030005 Apr 6 11:48 ad0s2f I

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Peter Wemm
And *don't* post the same thing three times to the lists unless you want to find yourself filtered out! Juan Amado Becerril Castillo wrote: Suggestions ??? -- elf make world started on Thu Sep 30 09:23:09 CDT 1999

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Mark Murray
3: *always* build (or try to) and install a new kernel before a make world as that's a lot easier to back out of. This badly bites the bum of anyone who uses KLD's regularly. I suspect that _now_ is the time to try to make thes build at kernel build time, and also move to some subdirectory

Re: A record?

1999-10-04 Thread Mark Murray
7:46PM up 375 days, 20:09, 2 users, load averages: 0.00, 0.01, 0.00 FreeBSD xx.xxx.xxx 2.2.6-STABLE FreeBSD 2.2.6-STABLE #0: Tue May 5 15:51:34 SAST 1998 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/XXX i38 6 This box was used as a shell server for more than a year; it was hardened

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Juan Amado Becerril Castillo wrote: Suggestions ??? Sure. Read the mailing list you are posting to. -- Daniel C. Sobral(8-DCS) [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Rule 69: Do unto other's code as you'd have it done unto yours To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: panic: malloc type lacks magic

1999-10-04 Thread Edwin Culp
Andre, I had the same problem with my laptop and what worked for me was to boot it in single user with my old kernel, fsck all disk partitions, mount all partitions -w including root with -u -w, make a new kernel, reboot again in single user and remount everything and make world. I was then ok,

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Peter Wemm
Mark Murray wrote: 3: *always* build (or try to) and install a new kernel before a make world as that's a lot easier to back out of. This badly bites the bum of anyone who uses KLD's regularly. I suspect that _now_ is the time to try to make thes build at kernel build time, and also

Linux emulation

1999-10-04 Thread Chuck Robey
I just tried to use my copy of WordPerfect 8 to decode an rtf document, like I've done before the signal change, and boy was I surprised. The machine locked up for 10 seconds, then spontaneously rebooted. Anyone else have this experience with Linux emulation?

Re: Netscape core dump, happily :-)

1999-10-04 Thread George W. Dinolt
I am running FreeBSD 4.0. I have been seeing the empty core files from netscape 4.61 and (as of last night) 4.7 for at least a week. I use fvwm2 and afterstep-devel. The behavior seems to be independant of the window manager. I rebuilt all my ports (including X and new X aout files) with the

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, Juan Amado Becerril Castillo wrote: Suggestions ??? Not mail the list 3 f'ing times, to start. -- - bill fumerola - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - BF1560 - computer horizons corp - - ph:(800) 252-2421 - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - [EMAIL PROTECTED] - To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: Linux emulation

1999-10-04 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Chuck Robey wrote: I just tried to use my copy of WordPerfect 8 to decode an rtf document, like I've done before the signal change, and boy was I surprised. The machine locked up for 10 seconds, then spontaneously rebooted. Anyone else have this experience with Linux emulation? Some

HEADS UP: rebirth of sigcontext

1999-10-04 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Hi, I just committed the sigcontext changes. sigreturn can now again be called with an argument of type sigcontext but also with an argument of type ucontext_t. Also, signal handlers can define their third argument to be both of type struct sigcontext* and ucontext_t*. This should fix the source

make buildworld broken?

1999-10-04 Thread Guido van Rooij
Hi, I have a 3.3.-stable system and somehow I cannot make buildworld a current tree. The porblem is: cc -c -I/alt/usr/src/gnu/lib/libgcc/../../../contrib/egcs/gcc/config -I/alt/usr/src/gnu/lib/libgcc/../../../contrib/egcs/gcc -I. -fexceptions -DIN_GCC -I/usr/obj/alt/usr/src/tmp/usr/include

Re: new signal stuff breaks libc_r?

1999-10-04 Thread Alfred Perlstein
replying to my own message but I think I found a solution... It seems that something was stale in /usr/include, I was able to fix the problem by: rm -rf /usr/include/* cd /usr/src make includes cd /usr/src/lib/libc_r make make install funny part is that two successive make worlds didn't

Re: make buildworld broken?

1999-10-04 Thread Michael Kennett
Hi Guido, I have a 3.3.-stable system and somehow I cannot make buildworld a current tree. The porblem is: cc -c -I/alt/usr/src/gnu/lib/libgcc/../../../contrib/egcs/gcc/config -I/alt/usr/src/gnu/lib/libgcc/../../../contrib/egcs/gcc -I. -fexceptions -DIN_GCC

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Bruce Evans
3: *always* build (or try to) and install a new kernel before a make world as that's a lot easier to back out of. This badly bites the bum of anyone who uses KLD's regularly. 4: Don't use modules in -current unless you know what you are doing. This normally means not using modules in

Re: A record?

1999-10-04 Thread Mark Newton
Mark Murray wrote: 7:46PM up 375 days, 20:09, 2 users, load averages: 0.00, 0.01, 0.00 FreeBSD xx.xxx.xxx 2.2.6-STABLE FreeBSD 2.2.6-STABLE #0: Tue May 5 15:51:34 SAST 1998 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/XXX i38 6 This box was used as a shell server for

Re: A record?

1999-10-04 Thread Mike Muir
Mark Newton wrote: A similar box which I rebooted (for an upgrade from 2.2.5 to 3.2) about a fortnight ago: 3:38PM up 471 days, 5:59, 1 user, load averages: 0.00, 0.02, 0.00 ... and, before this thread gets completely out of control, I direct posters to http://uptime.viper.net.au

Re: New CVSup mirror sites

1999-10-04 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Chad R. Larson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John, do you have usage statistics broken out for each server? I don't, but I wish I did. It would be an interesting project for somebody to write tools that could analyze the cvsupd log files to get information like that.

Re: CVSup core dumps

1999-10-04 Thread John Polstra
I've seen a few reports that CVSup has suddenly started dumping core on a segmentation violation under -current, but I need more information. For starters, I would like to know whether the static binary (ports/net/cvsup-bin) works or not under the very latest -current on the i386. Could

Re: new sigset_t and upgrading: a proposal

1999-10-04 Thread Andrew Reilly
On Fri, Oct 01, 1999 at 03:36:11PM -0400, Daniel Eischen wrote: But this still doesn't entirely solve the problem. You still have to build and install a new kernel before installing the world. Of course! Installing the world _is_ upgrading your operating system. I don't see anyone

Re: CVSup core dumps

1999-10-04 Thread Jim Bloom
My machine is dual boot and I don't have time to reboot now. (I need to get some sleep.) I'll provide what information I can quickly and will test things further tomorrow evening. I was seeing the core dumps from gui cvsup. My current was a couple different cvsup runs on Saturday and Sunday.

Re: my make world is broken !

1999-10-04 Thread Mark Murray
3: *always* build (or try to) and install a new kernel before a make world as that's a lot easier to back out of. This badly bites the bum of anyone who uses KLD's regularly. 4: Don't use modules in -current unless you know what you are doing. This normally means not using

Re: [Patches avail?] Re: MMAP() in STABLE/CURRENT ...

1999-10-04 Thread The Hermit Hacker
On Mon, 4 Oct 1999, Adrian Penisoara wrote: Excuse my intrusion, but could you be so kind to tell me whether you had the time to build patches for these MMAP-related freezes ? If not could you recommend me some workarounds ? doubling the ram from 384 - 768 meg appears to have fixed it for

[Patches avail?] Re: MMAP() in STABLE/CURRENT ...

1999-10-04 Thread Adrian Penisoara
Hi, On Mon, 14 Jun 1999, Matthew Dillon wrote: : : David, can you email this program to me please? : : Also, which FreeBSD release does this occur on? : : I've got about 6 mmap-related bugs on my plate at the moment. 3 of them : have been identified ( that is, I