Can't make crashdump after panic

1999-10-14 Thread Alex Le Heux
Hi, With a kernel from 07:00 (UTC) this morning I started to get a panic every time during the startup of Windowmaker. After configuring the system for making a crashdump, I get "panic: Timeout table full" halfway through the dump. This is on a stock PII system (weirdest hardware is a ZIP

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Doug Rabson
On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, John Polstra wrote: I'm building world on an Alpha and have run into this: building shared library libc_r.so.4 sigpending.So: In function `sigpending': sigpending.S:2: multiple definition of `sigpending' uthread_sigpending.So(.text+0x0):uthread_sigpending.c: first

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread Marc van Woerkom
(im)perfect. I was using the linux version of netscape, until recently when it began hanging for long periods of time during network or disk activity. Calling up linux-netscape-4.61 causes my system to freeze for a couple of seconds, then it reboots. This is either related to some recent

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Chris Csanady wrote: [snip] it is still broken. I don't have time to go into it any further right now, but I thought I would check if others are having similar difficulties. No. I have a lot to do, and it is just extremely irritating right now. I swear, nothing relating to linux ever

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Doug Rabson wrote: On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, John Polstra wrote: building shared library libc_r.so.4 sigpending.So: In function `sigpending': sigpending.S:2: multiple definition of `sigpending' uthread_sigpending.So(.text+0x0):uthread_sigpending.c: first defined here

make buildworld break @ kdump

1999-10-14 Thread Marc van Woerkom
It keeps interesting. root@oranje# date; make buildworld; date Thu Oct 14 10:39:45 CEST 1999 (..) === usr.bin/kdump cc -O -pipe -I/usr/src/usr.bin/kdump/../ktrace -I/usr/src/usr.bin/kdump/../.. -I/usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr/include -c /usr/src/usr.bin/kdump/kdump.c

Re: make buildworld break @ kdump

1999-10-14 Thread Boris Popov
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Marc van Woerkom wrote: It keeps interesting. /usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr/include/nwfs/nwfs_mount.h:61: `NCP_VOLNAME_LEN' undeclared here (not in a function) /usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr/include/nwfs/nwfs_mount.h:61: size of array `mounted_vol' has non-integer type

Re: make buildworld break @ kdump

1999-10-14 Thread Marc van Woerkom
That was caused by my commits. Probably they should be done in one transaction and you was 'lucky' enough to catch it :). Now it builds fine. No problem. I'll try again. :) Thanks, Marc To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
This is weird, I use linux netscape and word perfect all the time, and the only problems I see are memory leaks I knew were there (in the applications, not FreeBSD) = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.

Re: Can't make crashdump after panic

1999-10-14 Thread David Scheidt
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Alex Le Heux wrote: After configuring the system for making a crashdump, I get "panic: Timeout table full" halfway through the dump. I had a panic tuesday, due to trying to load a broken module. I got the same panic: Timeout table full message. Interestingly, savecore

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread David Scheidt
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Marc van Woerkom wrote: (im)perfect. I was using the linux version of netscape, until recently when it began hanging for long periods of time during network or disk activity. Calling up linux-netscape-4.61 causes my system to freeze for a couple of seconds,

MSGBUF_SIZE

1999-10-14 Thread Alexey Zelkin
hi, I propose to increase default value of MSGBUF_SIZE. Yes, I know that current size is 8k, but today I saw that my machine (PII-300/IDE HDD 4Gb/IDE CD/PnP sound card) started in VERBOSE mode generated about 10k of bootstrap messages. I not sure that I want to specify "options

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread Chuck Robey
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: This is weird, I use linux netscape and word perfect all the time, and the only problems I see are memory leaks I knew were there (in the applications, not FreeBSD) I had equal problems a little while back. Make sure you have the linux_base

Re: MSGBUF_SIZE

1999-10-14 Thread Matthew Jacob
Uh, no, don't do that. There are still a lot of 386/486 machines out there. And perhaps stronger enforcement (and I'm a culprit at this) of drivers being quite unless bootverbose is set would be better. On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Alexey Zelkin wrote: hi, I propose to increase default value of

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Nate Williams: How do you cause 'vacation' to not send messages to the list? Doesn't the stock 'vacation' program as shipped in FreeBSD send them to the list? It is supposed to notice that the mail has a Precedence: header and not send any vacation notice to any mail with one.

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Jonathan M. Bresler: thanks for the note on bouncefilter. i'll take a look at it. Someday, when you have 5 minutes free (aha!) have a look at Listar. It is a small, fast and feature-full list manager written in C with automatic bounce handling (among other things). www.listar.org

Ditto Max

1999-10-14 Thread Douglas Kuntz
Since I dont think my other mail made it through...(since I didnt see it, or any replys) Has anyone gotten an Iomega Ditto Max drive to work on 4.0? I have both types, Floppy/ditto dash card and Parallel port, and would like to use it to back up my drive every week or so. Thanks Douglas

oops

1999-10-14 Thread Douglas Kuntz
ok..disregard my 2nd mail...damn @home takes forever to send out mail *goes to a corner* To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Anton Berezin
On Thu, Oct 14, 1999 at 06:46:15PM +0200, Ollivier Robert wrote: Someday, when you have 5 minutes free (aha!) have a look at Listar. It is a small, fast and feature-full list manager written in C with automatic bounce handling (among other things). Hmm, it sends mails itself. I doubt it can

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Jonathan M. Bresler
listar.orgi'll take a look. thanks for the pointer. jmb To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Wilko Bulte
As John Polstra wrote ... I'm building world on an Alpha and have run into this: building shared library libc_r.so.4 sigpending.So: In function `sigpending': sigpending.S:2: multiple definition of `sigpending' uthread_sigpending.So(.text+0x0):uthread_sigpending.c: first defined here

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread David Scheidt
On Thu, 14 Oct 1999, Ollivier Robert wrote: According to Jonathan M. Bresler: thanks for the note on bouncefilter. i'll take a look at it. Someday, when you have 5 minutes free (aha!) have a look at Listar. It is a small, fast and feature-full list manager written in C with automatic

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Anton Berezin: Hmm, it sends mails itself. I doubt it can do this more effectively than postfix does. Am I wrong? Yes :-) Postfix, as discussion with Wietse showed recently, is more optimized to mail flowing through the SMTP port (like Listar does) than through the sendmail

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Jonathan M. Bresler
finished, pending acquistion of a round tuit. Olliver Robert should be able to get on in France and bring it to the FreeBSDCon. jmb To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-14 Thread Brad Knowles
At 7:30 PM +0200 1999/10/14, Anton Berezin wrote: Hmm, it sends mails itself. I doubt it can do this more effectively than postfix does. Am I wrong? I quote from the README file: You probably want to create a listar user/group so that the program runs as an unpriveledged user.

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Daniel Eischen
Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Speaking of libc_r, (this is unrelated sort of) I was wondering if anyone was planning on adding the pthread_setcancel and other pthread cancel stuff to -CURRENT. I was trying to use it the other day when I realized it wasn't there... :-) Just a question, I'm not

Re: boot2 problem

1999-10-14 Thread Alexey Zelkin
hi, On Thu, Oct 14, 1999 at 11:06:51AM -0400, Sean O'Connell wrote: Just found problem with boot loader. Attached "FAQ" will describe problem :) [dd] Alternatively, you can interrupt the boot process and enter set boot_verbose at the disk0 prompt (or whatever it is). Thanks :) I know.

QIC ft0 driver support in 4.0-CURRENT gone?

1999-10-14 Thread Ron Klinkien
Sorry if I ask a FAQ, But where is ft0 support gone? There are some small traces in /dev/MAKEDEV and LINT but it seems it's not supported anymore in 4.0-CURRENT. I'm I correct? I have a Conner drive connected to the floppy cable. Regards, Ron. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Doug Rabson wrote: On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, John Polstra wrote: and the fix is to add sigpending.o and sigsuspend.o to the definition of HIDDEN_SYSCALLS in "src/lib/libc_r/Makefile". I'm pretty sure that this

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread John Birrell
On Thu, Oct 14, 1999 at 02:06:40PM -0700, John Polstra wrote: On a related topic, we should fix the Alpha to emit the weak alias like the i386 does. That's for ANSI/ISO C compliance, so that if a user defines his own version of read(), it won't affect the behavior of, say, getc(). We need a

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Daniel Eischen
John Polstra wrote: I know now why it worked on the i386 but not on the Alpha. On the i386 a system call "read", for example, produces a strong (normal global) symbol "_read" and a weak alias "read". Because the symbols were weak, the linker didn't complain about the multiple definitions.

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread John Polstra
John Polstra wrote: One of the things on my wish list is a libpthread that can be linked with libc. So the way to accomplish this is to have null hooks with weak symbols in libc, and provide the same (non-null) functions in libpthread but with strong symbols? Oh, maybe, but be careful.

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread Daniel Eischen
John Birrell wrote: Weak symbols don't work too well _between_ libraries. If libc is linked before libpthread, any unresolved references when libc is searched will use the weak symbols from there, regardless of the fact that a strong symbol exists in libpthread. If libc is linked after

Re: staroffice

1999-10-14 Thread Jesus Rodriguez
On 10-Oct-99 Nick Hibma wrote: o unzip setup.zip to someplace comfortable Don't both with that. use "export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/tmp/sv001.tmp:." before running the setup binary. Hello... I've installed Staroffice 5.1 (spanish version) on: FreeBSD chuck.jerocu.net 4.0-CURRENT FreeBSD

Re: FreeSSH

1999-10-14 Thread Konstantin Chuguev
Pierre Beyssac wrote: [ -security trimmed from Cc: ] On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 11:11:43AM -0400, Patrick Bihan-Faou wrote: pkg_delete lp pkg_delete yp Has anyone done/tried this in the past, and if so, what was the reaction? Or what do people think? I realize this

Debian (was: FreeSSH)

1999-10-14 Thread Joost Kooij
Hi, On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Pierre Beyssac wrote: There are a _lot_ of pitfalls to this kind of approach, as I have discovered using Linux Debian. This would probably open a can of worms you have no idea of. IMHO, the single biggest mistake in Debian is the all-encompassing package system