Re: Kernel builds fail

2000-04-30 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
Sorry, diff/patch and me got into an argument it seems. Should be fixed now. In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Kent Hauser writes: I can't build a kernel after CVSUP'ing today. After successfully completing a `make world', I tried to build a kernel. Edited script below. chapel-hill# cd

Re: MVP3 problems - current state?

2000-04-30 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Alexander Langer wrote: 2320: * * * W A R N I N G * * * The ata driver has some issues with the Apollo MVP3 chipset. Drives work only in pio mode and must be set to pio mode early int the boot process. Do not upgrade. If you must upgrade

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-30 Thread gh
For an opinion from a reasonably new-comer and non-developer, I think at least the main source tree should remain *completely* complete. As someone mentioned, why not have "lite" mirrors? Dan K. gh | On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Richard Wackerbarth wrote: | | On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, you wrote: | | I

Re: cvs commit: src/lib/libstand ext2fs

2000-04-30 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Adam wrote: On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, Jonathan Lemon wrote: On Sun, Apr 30, 2000 at 11:15:47AM +0930, Greg Lehey wrote: On Saturday, 29 April 2000 at 13:44:08 -0700, Jonathan Lemon wrote: jlemon 2000/04/29 13:44:08 PDT Added files: lib/libstand

How to determine when something broke

2000-04-30 Thread Leif Neland
Because I can't do anything more intelligent to find my 2-printer-panic, I'd like at least to know when it broke. It works in a kernel from march 15, and has been broken at least a week. So I cvsup to 2000.04.01.00.00.00 to see if it worked then. Is it enough to compile a new kernel, or do I

panic at boot (bus_generic_probe) with 2 printers ENABLED

2000-04-30 Thread Leif Neland
In a freshly cvsup'ed current, I get a panic at boot, if both ports are enabled in userconfig. If only one or the other is enabled, it works. I have narrowed it down to it panics the second time ppbconf calls bus_generic_probe: trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode bus_generic_probe+0x25:

Re: MVP3 problems - current state?

2000-04-30 Thread Alexander Langer
Thus spake Soren Schmidt ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Ehm, is that a warning you have written or ?? I certainly havn't issued this warning as the maintainer/author of the ata driver... It's in /usr/src/UPDATING. UPDATING: $FreeBSD: src/UPDATING,v 1.77 2000/04/04 17:14:18 imp Exp $ a long

Re: Kernel builds fail

2000-04-30 Thread Kent Hauser
Thanks. I can now build the GENERIC kernel. Of course, now my real kernel won't link := chapel-hill# make linking kernel ng_base.o: In function `ng_make_node': ng_base.o(.text+0x54): undefined reference to `linker_search_path' *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/src/sys/compile/GW. Kent To

Re: Kernel builds fail

2000-04-30 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
-On [2430 15:05], Kent Hauser ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Thanks. I can now build the GENERIC kernel. Of course, now my real kernel won't link := chapel-hill# make linking kernel ng_base.o: In function `ng_make_node': ng_base.o(.text+0x54): undefined reference to `linker_search_path

kernel breakage in ng_base.c

2000-04-30 Thread Gary Jennejohn
Here's a simple patch which works for me. --- /sys/netgraph/ng_base.c Sun Apr 30 11:32:22 2000 +++ /sys/netgraph/ng_base.c_mod Sun Apr 30 11:40:24 2000 @@ -314,11 +314,16 @@ int error; /* Not found, try to load it as a loadable module */ +#if 0

Re: kernel breakage in ng_base.c

2000-04-30 Thread Boris Popov
On Sun, 30 Apr 2000, Gary Jennejohn wrote: Here's a simple patch which works for me. This patch is not 100% correct. ng_base should make an attempt to load module, not KLD. There was a new module_load() function proposed to inclusion in the API, but for some reason it is not committed

Re: kernel breakage in ng_base.c

2000-04-30 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
-On [2430 16:50], Boris Popov ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This patch is not 100% correct. ng_base should make an attempt to load module, not KLD. There was a new module_load() function proposed to inclusion in the API, but for some reason it is not committed yet. When Peter committed

Re: panic at boot (bus_generic_probe) with 2 printers ENABLED

2000-04-30 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
-On [2430 11:50], Leif Neland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: In a freshly cvsup'ed current, I get a panic at boot, if both ports are enabled in userconfig. If only one or the other is enabled, it works. I have narrowed it down to it panics the second time ppbconf calls bus_generic_probe: trap

Re: ldconfig -m not configuring ?

2000-04-30 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
-On [2429 19:20], Salvo Bartolotta ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I issued a "ldconfig -r | grep ld-linux" and, actually, I found [snip] What prevents ldconfig -m /usr/compat/linux/lib from doing its duty ? What am I missing ? I might be wrong, but the native ldconfig has nothing to do with

Re: kernel breakage in ng_base.c

2000-04-30 Thread Boris Popov
On Sun, 30 Apr 2000, Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven wrote: -On [2430 16:50], Boris Popov ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This patch is not 100% correct. ng_base should make an attempt to load module, not KLD. There was a new module_load() function proposed to inclusion in the API

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-30 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sat, 29 Apr 2000, gh wrote: For an opinion from a reasonably new-comer and non-developer, I think at least the main source tree should remain *completely* complete. As someone mentioned, why not have "lite" mirrors? Oh, for god's sake, PLEASE let this drop! I don't want to insult a

Re: How to determine when something broke

2000-04-30 Thread Brooks Davis
On Sun, Apr 30, 2000 at 11:29:43AM +0200, Leif Neland wrote: Because I can't do anything more intelligent to find my 2-printer-panic, I'd like at least to know when it broke. It works in a kernel from march 15, and has been broken at least a week. So I cvsup to 2000.04.01.00.00.00 to see

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-30 Thread Neil Blakey-Milner
On Sat 2000-04-29 (20:56), gh wrote: For an opinion from a reasonably new-comer and non-developer, I think at least the main source tree should remain *completely* complete. As someone mentioned, why not have "lite" mirrors? You are welcome to co-ordinate the resources (developer time,

sound output causes reset

2000-04-30 Thread Kent Hauser
Hi again, I'm still having trouble getting sound out of my SBLive card. I'm running -CURRENT as of 4/28. My box performs a "reset" (not a panic) whenever I try to play a mp3 file or a real-audio clip. The box makes no noise (but at least doesn't reset) when I try "cdcontrol play" I've tried

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Ted Sikora
VINSON WAYNE HOWARD wrote: Ok, I checked, and vmstat shows cpu usage to be quite normal, about 6% while playing. What's up w/ top? Xmms on my SMP current machine: top shows 40 to 43% system vmstat shows 10 to 11% -- Ted Sikora Jtl Development Group [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe:

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Ted Sikora
Ted Sikora wrote: VINSON WAYNE HOWARD wrote: Ok, I checked, and vmstat shows cpu usage to be quite normal, about 6% while playing. What's up w/ top? Xmms on my SMP current machine: top shows 40 to 43% system vmstat shows 10 to 11% vmstat -w 1 matches top exactly about 41-43%

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm getting the behavior I'm getting with a ViBRA 16X and a kernel as of this morning. This didn't start happening until about 4 days ago with a -CURRENT kernel. Maybe you have an older -CURRENT.

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Ted Sikora
Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm getting the behavior I'm getting with a ViBRA 16X and a kernel as of this morning. This didn't start happening until about 4 days ago with a -CURRENT kernel. Maybe you have an older -CURRENT. I did a make

Subject: Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread VINSON WAYNE HOWARD
Ok, I have some *gasp* actual usefull info about this. Backing /src/sys/dev/sound up by 10 days via anoncvs makes the "feature" go away. That narrows it down to kernel issues. I'm in the process of narowing it down to the specific diff, but if I had to cast a bet, i'd go for the massive

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Hmm, I don't know then, I'm using that ViBRA 16X which seems to cause problems a lot. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and

Re: high CPU usage by xmms

2000-04-30 Thread Ted Sikora
Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hmm, I don't know then, I'm using that ViBRA 16X which seems to cause problems a lot. On Sun, 30 Apr 2000, Ted Sikora wrote: Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: I guess it depends on your soundcard, I'm getting the behavior I'm getting with a ViBRA 16X