Re: WARNING /dev/wd compat hack removed...

2000-06-16 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Daniel O'Connor" write s: On 15-Jun-00 Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Remove the "wd" compatibility name from the "ad" driver. WARNING: If you have not updated to use /dev/wd* in your /etc/fstab You mean 'If you have not updated to use /dev/ad* in your

Re: fatal trap 12 after lastest kernel build

2000-06-16 Thread Marc van Woerkom
did you follow Peter Wemm's instructions on the new config changes? Muchos thanks to Warner Losh for his src/UPDATE service. It really saved my butt a couple of times. :) Regards, Marc To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the

Re: HEADSUP: bioops patch.

2000-06-16 Thread Luoqi Chen
Background: The bioops operation vector is a list of OO-like operations which can be performed on struct buf. They are used by the softupdates code to handle dependencies. Ideally struct buf should have had a real OO like operations vector like vnodes have it, and struct bioops is the

Re: -current kernel broken?

2000-06-16 Thread The Hermit Hacker
oops, sorry ... I wasn't even getting a page fault, it was just hanging. Hrmmm, maybe I'll try a newer kernel and see if it still exhibits the same problem ... my luck, I got my sources part way through someone's update :) On Fri, 16 Jun 2000, Donn Miller wrote: The Hermit Hacker wrote:

Re: HEADSUP: bioops patch.

2000-06-16 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Luoqi Chen write s: Background: Ideally struct buf should have had a real OO like operations vector like vnodes have it, and struct bioops is the first step towards that. struct buf will eventually become merely an iocmd structure, so why do we want to

question regarding current

2000-06-16 Thread Mikel
I just install snap 61200 for 5 on my laptop and so far things are smooth...this was the easiest time I've have configuring xe (xircom nics) so far...anyway since I am new to the world of current I have a few questions... I am just curious maybe there's an webpage that describes the direction of

Re: HEADSUP: bioops patch.

2000-06-16 Thread Nick Hibma
What about using uppercase names for buf_complete - BUF_COMPLETE and friends to make it apparent that an indirect call is being made and that the function might not be supported on that struct buf. Much like newbus, kobj, and vnode ops. Nick On Wed, 14 Jun 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp

GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
I tried booting a kernel this morning, just to see Peter's new "lean-n-mean" kernel config format in action, and I turned my workstation into a headless server in the process. :-) Most notably, these former entries were now missing from my dmesg output when I logged in remotely and poked around:

CFR: xdr.h fix for xdrproc_t

2000-06-16 Thread Nick Sayer
I would like to apply this patch: Index: xdr.h === RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/include/rpc/xdr.h,v retrieving revision 1.14 diff -u -r1.14 xdr.h --- xdr.h 1999/12/29 05:00:44 1.14 +++ xdr.h 2000/06/16 17:05:09 @@

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I had a wierder problem yesterday... I followed the new changes to the kernel config file, and included everything that belonged there, and yet for some reason, my kernel paniced while probing vga0 with an error number 6. I had to use a fixit floppy to get back into the system and compile a

Re: syscons scrolling broken

2000-06-16 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Also sprach Marc van Woerkom ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Anyone else? Yes, but it only applies to ttyv0. Same behaviour here. Jup, here too. Unfortunately, that's the only one where I want it :) Uncommenting out the following part

Re: syscons scrolling broken

2000-06-16 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Uncommenting out the following part gives me back the ttyv0 back scrolling and vidcontrol 80x30, but maybe leaking memory. Sorry, actually it was commenting out, and forgot attaching the diff. --- scvtb.c.orig Sat Jun 17 03:39:00 2000 +++ scvtb.c Sat Jun 17 03:39:00 2000 @@ -93,8

Re: HEADS UP!: config changes...

2000-06-16 Thread Chia-liang Kao
Hi, Is there anyway to put the device.hint stuff into kernel nevertheless? My diskless box fetches the kernel would know nothing about things reside in device.hint. Cheers, CLK To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Marc van Woerkom
Most notably, these former entries were now missing from my dmesg output when I logged in remotely and poked around: atkbdc0: Keyboard controller (i8042) at port 0x60,0x64 on isa0 atkbd0: AT Keyboard irq 1 on atkbdc0 psm0: PS/2 Mouse irq 12 on atkbdc0 psm0: model Generic PS/2 mouse,

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Did you ran the Perl skript to create the hints file and then change your KERNEL config like this? Yep! The Perl script generates no output and my kernel config file matches the requirements perfectly. Though, if you'll read the subject line again, you'll see I used GENERIC for my test

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
"Jordan K. Hubbard" wrote: I tried booting a kernel this morning, just to see Peter's new "lean-n-mean" kernel config format in action, and I turned my workstation into a headless server in the process. :-) Most notably, these former entries were now missing from my dmesg output when I

Panic with userquota(softupdates?)

2000-06-16 Thread Kevin Day
I keep getting panics in dqget(ufs_quota.c), with a -current from a couple of days ago. I think this might be softupdates related, since I can't make it happen with softupdates turned off, although it's quite possible that it has nothing to do with it. Does anyone have any idea what might be

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2000-06-16 Thread nady
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Re: -current kernel broken?

2000-06-16 Thread Donn Miller
Wes Morgan wrote: As of about 7pm EDT I can't boot a -current kernel. I _can_ boot a kernel from the 13th I snagged from a snapshot kernel disk, and I can boot the snapshot from the 15th (but since userconfig does not work the lnc device spams so many error messages the system never reaches

Re: HEADS UP!: config changes...

2000-06-16 Thread Peter Wemm
Chia-liang Kao wrote: Hi, Is there anyway to put the device.hint stuff into kernel nevertheless? My diskless box fetches the kernel would know nothing about things reside in device.hint. That is what the hints directive is for. you could create a file "diskless.hints" and add the line to

Re: bioops

2000-06-16 Thread Kirk McKusick
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: HEADSUP: bioops patch. From: Poul-Henning Kamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 22:29:32 +0200 This patch virtualizes untangles the bioops operations vector. Background: The bioops operation vector

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Peter Wemm
"Daniel C. Sobral" wrote: "Jordan K. Hubbard" wrote: I tried booting a kernel this morning, just to see Peter's new "lean-n-mean" kernel config format in action, and I turned my workstation into a headless server in the process. :-) Most notably, these former entries were now

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Peter Wemm
"Jordan K. Hubbard" wrote: Did you ran the Perl skript to create the hints file and then change your KERNEL config like this? Yep! The Perl script generates no output and my kernel config file matches the requirements perfectly. Though, if you'll read the subject line again, you'll see

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Friday, June 16, 2000, Peter Wemm wrote: Err.. how did you run it? 'perl MYKERNEL'? If you run 'perl MYKERNEL' it will generate nothing because I was kinda lame and didn't know how to do argument parsing. :-] Couldn't have hurt to ask. while (defined($ARGV[0])) { # ... parse

Re: Crashs with vidcontrol...

2000-06-16 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
I already sent a mail about this problem a while ago, but it has not been solved yet. I mail again because I've made a mistake describing the problem. So, the problem was that when i type "vidcontrol VESA_800x600", it makes my box crash. I first thought that this was making my box reboot,

ports /work/ directory.

2000-06-16 Thread Will Mitayai Keeso Rowe
Is there any plans to move the ports' working directory out of the /usr/ports/ tree? Let me explain why i ask. I have 10 FreeBSD servers that are a mix of FreeBSD 2.2.8-STABLE, 3-STABLE, and 4-STABLE. In the interests of saving disk space and bandwith, i have one central file archive of ports,

Re: ports /work/ directory.

2000-06-16 Thread Mike Bristow
On Fri, Jun 16, 2000 at 11:59:18AM -0400, Will Mitayai Keeso Rowe wrote: Is there any plans to move the ports' working directory out of the /usr/ports/ tree? Look at /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk; in particular WRKDIRPREFIX. Setting it in /etc/make.conf seems sensible, perhaps

ACPI project progress report

2000-06-16 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, here is the latest report on our ACPI project's progress. Current status: The aml interpreter development is going on and we've ported it to kernel simultaneously. Now that we can build ACPI namespace and search any named objects from there in kernel space. The aml interpreter code can

Re: ACPI project progress report

2000-06-16 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote: - support S2, S3, S4 (hibernation) sleeping transition. S4 sleep require some hack in boot loader needs help. I thought hibernation was entirely controlled by kernel? What do you need? -- Daniel C. Sobral(8-DCS) [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ACPI project progress report

2000-06-16 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
"Daniel C. Sobral" wrote: Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote: - support S2, S3, S4 (hibernation) sleeping transition. S4 sleep require some hack in boot loader needs help. I thought hibernation was entirely controlled by kernel? What do you

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Peter Wemm
Chris Costello wrote: On Friday, June 16, 2000, Peter Wemm wrote: Err.. how did you run it? 'perl MYKERNEL'? If you run 'perl MYKERNEL' it will generate nothing because I was kinda lame and didn't know how to do argument parsing. :-] Couldn't have hurt to ask. while

Re: question regarding current

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Friday, June 16, 2000, Mikel wrote: I just install snap 61200 for 5 on my laptop and so far things are smooth...this was the easiest time I've have configuring xe (xircom nics) so far...anyway since I am new to the world of current I have a few questions... I am just curious maybe

Re: make install of new kernel fails (bad /modules)

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Tuesday, June 13, 2000, John DeBoskey wrote: modules-install modules-install.debug: .if !defined(NO_MODULES_OLD) mkdir -p ${DESTDIR}/modules.old cp -p ${DESTDIR}/modules/* ${DESTDIR}/modules.old I'd suggest changing the above line to: test -f

zero copy sockets and NFS code for FreeBSD

2000-06-16 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
[ This message is BCC'ed to -arch and -current, so it reaches a little wider audience, but since it mostly deals with networking stuff, it should probably be discussed on -net. ] Thanks to the efforts of a number of people, zero copy sockets and NFS patches are available for FreeBSD-current at

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Friday, June 16, 2000, Peter Wemm wrote: How about that and as a stdin pipe as well if no args are specified? Well, I don't know about modifying the argument vector in Perl (and I'd rather not find out how it behaves across various circumstances), but: #!/usr/bin/perl -w

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Friday, June 16, 2000, Chris Costello wrote: while (defined($arguments[0])) { system("ls -l " . $arguments[0]); shift @arguments; } Actually, just for style purposes: for (; defined($arguments[0]); shift @arguments) { # ... parse

Re: ports /work/ directory.

2000-06-16 Thread Chris Costello
On Friday, June 16, 2000, Will Mitayai Keeso Rowe wrote: I have 10 FreeBSD servers that are a mix of FreeBSD 2.2.8-STABLE, 3-STABLE, and 4-STABLE. In the interests of saving disk space and bandwith, i have one central file archive of ports, and the three stable branches, and i mount those

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Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
IMHO, the hints are a machine property, not a per-kernel property. Setting up a /boot/device.hints is (IMHO) a one-time task that never needs to be done more than once, and (again IMHO) the 'make install' had damn well better not mess with. But what if one does not exist? Wouldn't it be a

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-16 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Err.. how did you run it? 'perl MYKERNEL'? If you run 'perl MYKERNEL' it will generate nothing because I was kinda lame and didn't know how to do argument parsing. :-] Yep, I ran it exactly as you specified in your "HEADS UP" message to -current. It generates no output for either GENERIC

RE: HEADS UP!: config changes...

2000-06-16 Thread Daniel O'Connor
On 13-Jun-00 Peter Wemm wrote: *** CAUTION IS REQUIRED ***! FYI, an intrusive commit has been done that requires careful attention. If you ignore this or mess it up, it can burn your house down, shoot your dog, close your bank accounts, report you to the IRS, or maybe even something bad.

Re: ACPI project progress report

2000-06-16 Thread Mitsuru IWASAKI
Hi, "Daniel C. Sobral" wrote: Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote: - support S2, S3, S4 (hibernation) sleeping transition. S4 sleep require some hack in boot loader needs help. I thought hibernation was entirely controlled by kernel? What do you