Re: cvs commit: src/sys/dev/sound/pci emu10k1.c

2000-04-19 Thread Doug Barton
Cameron Grant wrote: cg 2000/04/18 12:11:39 PDT Modified files: sys/dev/sound/pciemu10k1.c Log: try the fix from creative bugzilla for nmi problem Obtained from:creative labs bugzilla This is definitely an improvement, it doesn't spontaneously

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers wrote: [John cc'd] Can (both of) you try the source distribution ? This happened to me when I was using cvsup-bin. I didn't want all of the modula overhead. Any ideas? It's not modula any more !!! Was it re-written in C or C++? Or, how about this -- a

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
This happened to me when I was using cvsup-bin. I didn't want all of the modula overhead. Any ideas? It's not modula any more !!! Eh? Sure it is. It would be too much work to rewrite it in a different language. Oops, I meant it's not the same version of modula :-/ John --

Serious Network Troubles (with vx driver?)

2000-04-19 Thread Oliver Schonefeld
i recently updated my -current system from -current as of about mid-march to lest sundays's -current (jep, from 4.0 to 5.0) due to the work done to the ida driver. well, the ida driver seems to work, but the network hast complety stopped working. with sunday's -current, after about 2-5 minutes

Recent commit changes extattr backing file format, users beware

2000-04-19 Thread Robert Watson
I just committed a change to the extended attribute backing code that modifies the per-attribute header. The result is that backing files used and created from now on have a different format, and weird and unfortunate things will happen with backing files before this change. I doubt anyone is

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread Peter Wemm
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Poul-Henning Kamp writes: : Almost none. I don't actually mount nfs partitions until I type mount : foo:/bar /bar. There's no network card active at that time anyway... : : But does the nfs filesystems you mount have any bdevs on them ?

Re: Anyone able to verify the fix for (was Re: panic: vm_object_shadow: source object has OBJ_ONEMAPPING set.)

2000-04-19 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :I'll remove (or change) the assertion later this evening :unless I hear protests to the contrary. : :Alan : Sounds like a plan. When you get it committed I'll bring it up on one of my test boxes and run it through the gauntlet. -Matt

Re: HEADSUP! linprocfs going away in 72 hours.

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
I can see moving it out to where the rest of the linux emulation code is but to remove it entirely seems the typical viking axe ^^ ^^ bloody-minded behaviour that's getting too familiar. I agree with those sentiments. From my

Re: Patch to allow TSC with APM

2000-04-19 Thread Steve O'Hara-Smith
On 18-Apr-00 Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: It would be nice to have some kind of understanding why the tsc is better than the i8254 before we kludge it... Unless I misread completely one nice side effect of this would be to enable pcaudio on APM machines. To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: Bluetooth

2000-04-19 Thread Narvi
On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Southwell wrote: It would be good to be ahead of the game rather than behind it on this occasion -- I am still trying to find out about getting IEEE 1394 support -- cards have been available to me for at least 3 years!! E... Do you also have docs? And did you

panic in the morning

2000-04-19 Thread Christoph Kukulies
With a kernel built Apr 18th (and also today, Apr 19th) I'm getting panics when starting up in multiuser mode but also strange things happen when trying to boot /kernel -s In the latter case I was dropped into ddb after being prompted with something like mountroot I'm running i4b (isdnd) and

Re: Bluetooth

2000-04-19 Thread Narvi
On Tue, 18 Apr 2000, Brooks Davis wrote: I am still trying to find out about getting IEEE 1394 support -- cards have been available to me for at least 3 years!! Did you even read the licensing site? It's pretty clear that you couldn't write code that Walnut Creek could ship on CDs

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread Alexander Leidinger
On 19 Apr, Peter Wemm wrote: I've not mounted any filesystems when I get the message. I get it when nfsd starts up in the boot process. Just a thought.. I got this message even though I thought I'd gotten rid of all bdevs.. It turned out there were some hidden in sub directories. Do a

Digital magazine launch - free sampling of 1st issue

2000-04-19 Thread circulation
Dear Sir/Madam - F magazine is about to launch with it's first issue. We are selecting companies with a high rate of employees between the age 18-30yrs to sample a full version of F magazine CD Rom. The smallest box contains 50 Cd's and although it is totally free we must have your

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Poul-Henning Kamp writes: : Almost none. I don't actually mount nfs partitions until I type mount : foo:/bar /bar. There's no network card active at that time anyway... : : But does the nfs filesystems you mount have any bdevs on them

Re: Recent commit changes extattr backing file format, users beware

2000-04-19 Thread Boris Popov
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000, Robert Watson wrote: I hope not to change the format any further. I've been considering introducing a backing file header version number of some sort, but this is only necessary if we think the backing file format will change much more. I'm vote for the version

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Alexander N. Kabaev
Actually, it seems that Java borrowed a whole lot of ideas from Modula-3. And C++ experience can even hurt instead helping when switching to Java. Java inherits some parts of C++ syntax but is based on rather different design. On 19-Apr-00 Donn Miller wrote: Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: panic in the morning

2000-04-19 Thread Christoph Kukulies
On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 12:44:22PM +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote: With a kernel built Apr 18th (and also today, Apr 19th) I'm getting panics when starting up in multiuser mode but also strange things happen when trying to boot /kernel -s In the latter case I was dropped into ddb after

Re: panic in the morning

2000-04-19 Thread Christoph Kukulies
On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 03:24:05PM +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote: On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 12:44:22PM +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote: With a kernel built Apr 18th (and also today, Apr 19th) I'm getting panics when starting up in multiuser mode but also strange things happen when

Re: panic in the morning

2000-04-19 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 03:49:28PM +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote: The panic is gone. I disabled the loading of the linuxulator in /etc/rc.local and re-brandelf'ed it. Unfortunately I have no longer any proof that it really *was* the linux emulator (should have made a copy). So what. Module

Re: panic in the morning

2000-04-19 Thread Christoph Kukulies
On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 10:18:38AM -0400, Bill Fumerola wrote: On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 03:49:28PM +0200, Christoph Kukulies wrote: The panic is gone. I disabled the loading of the linuxulator in /etc/rc.local and re-brandelf'ed it. Unfortunately I have no longer any proof that Yikes!

Re: Bluetooth

2000-04-19 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
It would be good to be ahead of the game rather than behind it on this occasion -- Well, in that case, jump on in! Let us know when you have some bits to test and I'm sure you'll find at least a few people who are willing to BETA test them for you. That's how things happen in the open source

newpcm broken in -current for SB16

2000-04-19 Thread Alexander N. Kabaev
Subject says it all. Everytime I am trying to use my SB16PNP card to play any sound file (WAV, MP3), all I am getting is garbled sound because driver plays sound at increased rate (i.e. it takes less than 10 sec for mpg123 to decode 5 min long song). FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm) Apr 19 2000

Re: Bluetooth

2000-04-19 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Jordan K. Hubbard" writes: : Well, in that case, jump on in! Let us know when you have some bits : to test and I'm sure you'll find at least a few people who are willing : to BETA test them for you. That's how things happen in the open : source world and just

RE: newpcm broken in -current for SB16

2000-04-19 Thread Alexander N. Kabaev
Correction to my own message. The problem is not with newpcm driver per se but with esd/newpcm combination. mpg123 recompiled without OPT_ESOUND works just fine, so does xmms when using OSS output plugin. Only when I force these two to use ESD for output, then I am getting "fast forward"-like

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread 梅本 肇
Hi, On Wed, 19 Apr 2000 12:33:44 +0100 Brian Somers [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: brian I did the find, removed the bdevs in /compat/linux/dev and rebooted - brian no luck, the message is still there. brian thinks brian I wonder if whatever's done on 2000-06-01 will leave the emulators brian

Re: Recent commit changes extattr backing file format, usersbeware

2000-04-19 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 3:41 AM -0400 4/19/00, Robert Watson wrote: I hope not to change the format any further. I've been considering introducing a backing file header version number of some sort, but this is only necessary if we think the backing file format will change much more. Comments welcome. If you're

Re: Recent commit changes extattr backing file format, users beware

2000-04-19 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 3:41 AM -0400 4/19/00, Robert Watson wrote: I hope not to change the format any further. I've been considering introducing a backing file header version number of some sort, but this is only necessary if we think the backing file format will

Re: Bluetooth

2000-04-19 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Does this mean that the burdon of proof of patent problems shifts from those doing the software to those who think there's a problem? That's the way things generally work, yes. :) does that mean things can go ahead with the integration of the firewire drivers that are out there? It sounds

Re: Recent commit changes extattr backing file format, users beware

2000-04-19 Thread Robert Watson
FYI: I committed the addition of the magic number and version information an hour or two ago. It seems to work fine for me, but please let me know if you have any problems. A migration tool doesn't seem useful yet, but is now feasible :-). In a day or two, I'll send a post to freebsd-fs

/dev/dsp device not configured

2000-04-19 Thread Cosmic 665
how can I configure/reconfigure /dev/dsp under FreeBSD 4.0?? I keep getting a message stating that the device is not configured!! furthermore my soundcard isn't working right when it should be!! I've also attached my dmesg and kernel config. BTW, I'm currnetly using 5.0-CURRENT as of last

Network Trouble II - kernel panic

2000-04-19 Thread Oliver Schonefeld
well, after cvsup'ing and building of the world, the network seems to work a litte better. but under faily heavy load (flood pinging _form_ the host and floodpint _to_ the host) results in a trap 12. seem that actually the heavy output kills the machine. Fatal trap 12: page fault while in

RE: /dev/dsp device not configured

2000-04-19 Thread Jason Young
Okay, here's your decent explanation: your PNP sound card has been located and attached at sbc1, right after the bogus sbc0 statically hardcoded in your kernel config file. :) You should need ONLY the following lines in your conf file for your particular setup: device pcm device sbc That

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Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread Dirk Roehrdanz
Hi, On 0, Ted Sikora [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After building a new kernel yesterday after a cvsup the following appeared. Apr 17 23:07:42 telecast /kernel: WARNING: run /dev/MAKEDEV before 2000-06-01 to get rid of block devices I did a MAKEDEV all and the message still persists. I get

ATAPI disk utilisation oddity

2000-04-19 Thread Stephen Hocking-Senior Programmer PGS SPS Perth
I have a system with 2 UDMA33 disks attached, each on a seperate controller. When hitting them both hard, the utilisation (as measured by systat) never adds up to more than 100%. I thought this limitation only held when they were both on the same controller - what gives? Stephen --

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Chuck Robey
On Wed, 19 Apr 2000, Alexander N. Kabaev wrote: Actually, it seems that Java borrowed a whole lot of ideas from Modula-3. And C++ experience can even hurt instead helping when switching to Java. Java inherits some parts of C++ syntax but is based on rather different design. That statement,

Re: /dev/dsp device not configured

2000-04-19 Thread Otter
- Original Message - From: "Cosmic 665" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, April 19, 2000 5:44 PM Subject: /dev/dsp device not configured how can I configure/reconfigure /dev/dsp under FreeBSD 4.0?? Did you /dev/MAKEDEV snd0? I keep

FTP_PASSIVE_MODE and libftpio

2000-04-19 Thread Eric D. Futch
In reference to a problem someone reported on the freebsd-mobile mailing list, I took a look at the handling of the FTP_PASSIVE_MODE environment variable in libftpio. What I found was that it would use passive ftp based on if the environment variable was set or not and didn't acutally check it's

Re: FTP_PASSIVE_MODE and libftpio

2000-04-19 Thread Tim Liddelow
"Eric D. Futch" wrote: Please take a look at the PR I put together bin/18103 and let me know if this is a good (enough) fix for the problem. The patch can aslo be found at: http://quake.nyct.net/~efutch/FreeBSD/ftpio.c.patch Looking at the patch, the only mod I would suggest is to

Re: FTP_PASSIVE_MODE and libftpio

2000-04-19 Thread Eric D. Futch
Maybe I didn't make it clear enough that fetch(1), and others uknown to me, that use libftpio behave differently than ftp(1). I could imagine that the current behaviour would cause confusion since ftp(1) checks the value of FTP_PASSIVE_MODE and acts appropriately and programs using libftpio do