Re: /sys hierarchy

2000-07-04 Thread Bruce Evans
On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, Chris Costello wrote: On Sunday, July 02, 2000, Rodney W. Grimes wrote: Actually the whole src/sys/compile thing should go away, it is one of the last things that has to be dealt with for a totally read-only mounted /usr/src. IMHO it should be moved to /usr/obj, and

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Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1)does

2000-07-04 Thread Brad Knowles
At 9:21 PM -0400 2000/7/3, Will Andrews wrote: Does anyone else here think this is a good idea? If you're looking for votes, you've got mine. BTW, will this play nicely with -h? Consider me stupid if you like, but I've recently been re-re-re-re-reading the man pages for

Re: hints syntax?

2000-07-04 Thread Mike Smith
I'm having trouble with the hints file syntax for a more complicated device, namely a sound card. The device shows up with the unknown driver: unknown7: YMH0021 at port 0x220-0x233,0x530-0x537,0x388-0x38f,0x330-0x333,0x53 8-0x539 irq 5 drq 1,0 on isa0 I've tried hints files with a

Re: Possible bug in netinet6/in6_rmx.c ?

2000-07-04 Thread Andrzej Bialecki
On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, Kelly Yancey wrote: On Sun, 2 Jul 2000, Andrzej Bialecki wrote: Hi, While working on adding dynamic sysctls support, I discovered something that looks like a bug. For kernels that have both INET and INET6, three sysctl entries (rtexpire, rtminexpire,

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-04 Thread Daniel Berlin
Brian Somers [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If it helps, the only change i haven't tested (IE i've gone through the ppp/netgraph/libnetgraph revisions since 06-09) to see if it's the cause is this one: archie 2000/06/21 16:01:07 PDT Modified files: lib/libnetgraph Makefile msg.c

DHCP does not honor default router?

2000-07-04 Thread Samuel Tardieu
My laptop gets a fixed IP address (137.194.161.7) using DHCP (so that I do not have to set up multiple configurations depending on the network). However, even when it receives router information, it does not update the routing table: % grep dhclient /var/log/messages Jul 4 15:08:00 trillian

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Mon, 03 Jul 2000 21:21:52 -0400, Will Andrews wrote: Does anyone else here think this is a good idea? If so, I'd like to merge this in -CURRENT and MFC before 4.1-RELEASE. It seems like a fairly nice addition to df(1), and can be useful for system accounting. My only objection is that

Re: Help with Linux interpreter

2000-07-04 Thread FUJISHIMA Satsuki
Hmm, all that I can tell about the matter is described in the PR: http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=18489 I'm not sure this is the case but it looks pretty similar for me. -- FUJISHIMA Satsuki To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the

HEADS UP: more recent KAME code will hit the tree (as of early July 2000)

2000-07-04 Thread itojun
hello, more recent KAME code will hit the main trunc shortly. the code in the freebsd-current tree is dated November 1999, and there are many good changes made in KAME side. there will be tons of changes in: sys/netinet sys/netinet6

problems after latest builworld kernel...

2000-07-04 Thread Donn Miller
cvsup'd sources as of Tue Jul 4 12:04:02 EDT 2000. When doing a reboot, I see something like syncing disks 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 giving up... followed by a Fatal Trap 12. Sometimes, I see the page fault before the part where it does a "syncing disks". Maybe

Lucent Winmodem

2000-07-04 Thread John Hengstler
Greetings, I know that winmodems ARE NOT supported in the general stream. However is there someone somewhere working on code that they need a tester to go with it? I noticed on the Linux lists that there is some workarounds for Lucent Winmodems (which is what I have) If there isn't please let

Re: HEADS UP: more recent KAME code will hit the tree (as of early July 2000)

2000-07-04 Thread Samuel Tardieu
"itojun" == itojun [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: itojun - change in ipsec policy specification language change. you itojun may need to change setkey(8) configuration files. Do you plan to integrate racoon while updating IPsec? It would be really great! (or whatever gives the same

Re: HEADS UP: more recent KAME code will hit the tree (as of early July 2000)

2000-07-04 Thread itojun
itojun - change in ipsec policy specification language change. you itojun may need to change setkey(8) configuration files. Do you plan to integrate racoon while updating IPsec? It would be really great! (or whatever gives the same functionality) it will go into ports tree. itojun

perl 5.006 upgrade issues

2000-07-04 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Hi, I've just noticed that parts of perl (current, cvsup'ed several hours ago) built on system with old perl version still depend on libperl.so.3: [make world] [rm /usr/lib/libperl.so.3] max@notebook$ cd /usr/ports/audio/aumix/ max@notebook$ portlint Can't load

HEADS UP: Crypto changes coming soon

2000-07-04 Thread John Polstra
This announcement is primarily for FreeBSD committers, CVSup users, and mirror sites. Mark Murray will soon post a companion announcement for CTM users. As a consequence of recent relaxation in US export restrictions for cryptography software, the FreeBSD project has obtained the necessary

Re: HEADS UP: Crypto changes coming soon

2000-07-04 Thread John Polstra
Oops, Alan Edmonds pointed out a typo in my announcement: src-crypto src-eBones src-secure src-sys-crypto will remain valid and unchanged, except that they will become sub-collections of "src-all" instead of the soon-to-be-defunct "cvs-all" collection. ^^^ should

Re: perl 5.006 upgrade issues

2000-07-04 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Tue, 04 Jul 2000 20:23:50 +0300, Maxim Sobolev wrote: I've just noticed that parts of perl (current, cvsup'ed several hours ago) built on system with old perl version still depend on libperl.so.3: Hi Maxim, I'm posting this for the benefit of everyone, so please don't feel that I'm

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Will Andrews
On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 04:06:46PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: My only objection is that it seems to produce useless values. Can you think of a use for these grand totals? They are helpful for monitoring total space; I would use them in administrative scripts to watch my space. Granted, this

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Blaz Zupan
They are helpful for monitoring total space; I would use them in administrative scripts to watch my space. Ok, so let's say my / is 100% full, my /usr is 50% full and my /var is 20% full. What would the total number tell me? That my file systems are 56.6% full. That tells me nothing about my

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Tue, 04 Jul 2000 15:47:25 -0400, Will Andrews wrote: On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 04:06:46PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: My only objection is that it seems to produce useless values. Can you think of a use for these grand totals? They are helpful for monitoring total space; I would use

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Will Andrews
On Tue, Jul 04, 2000 at 10:34:41PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: Okay, then. Let me be more specific. How is the notion of "total space" useful? :-) Tells you when it's time to get new hard drives? I guess the originator of the PR should provide a reason. =\ -- Will Andrews [EMAIL

fwiw, release for -stable (alpha)

2000-07-04 Thread Matthew Jacob
Making docs... === Extracting for docproj-1.1 No MD5 checksum file. === Patching for docproj-1.1 === Configuring for docproj-1.1 === Installing for docproj-1.1 === docproj-1.1 depends on executable: instant - not found ===Verifying install for instant in /usr/ports/textproc/sgmlformat

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-04 Thread Gary Jennejohn
Julian Elischer writes: Gary Jennejohn wrote: Doesn't help. ng_ether.ko was being automatically loaded before your change. Loading it before starting ppp also doesn't help. I'm beginning to think that the bug is in NETGRAPH. I agree. to be more precise, between the new

IPSEC problem when compiling kernel

2000-07-04 Thread Ollivier Robert
CURRENT from 3 hours ago with this options INET6 options IPSEC options IPSEC_ESP options IPSEC_IPV6FWD cc -c -O -pipe -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-04 Thread Robert Drehmel
On Tue, 04 Jul 2000 22:34:41 +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: They are helpful for monitoring total space; I would use them in administrative scripts to watch my space. Okay, then. Let me be more specific. How is the notion of "total space" useful? :-) exactly. It will be more of

IPv6 IPSEC (patch included)

2000-07-04 Thread Ollivier Robert
Following my mail about kernel breakage in ip6_forward.c, here is a fix: cvs server: Diffing . Index: ip6_forward.c === RCS file: /spare/FreeBSD-current/src/sys/netinet6/ip6_forward.c,v retrieving revision 1.7 diff -u -r1.7

world broken?

2000-07-04 Thread Stijn Hoop
Hi, Trying to build world, source just cvssup'ed, clean builddir and I get this error: Script started on Wed Jul 5 00:14:00 2000 firsa# make buildworld [...snip...] -- stage 3: cross tools

Re: /sys hierarchy

2000-07-04 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
David O'Brien wrote: They should be stated because they need to be moved linux - Linux binary compat Also buses isa - there is some MI stuff in here Good point. For the linuxulator this has been discussed before and

Re: Help with Linux interpreter

2000-07-04 Thread Greg Lehey
On Wednesday, 5 July 2000 at 0:17:46 +0900, FUJISHIMA Satsuki wrote: Hmm, all that I can tell about the matter is described in the PR: http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=18489 I'm not sure this is the case but it looks pretty similar for me. Hmm. $ brandelf -t Linux acroread

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-04 Thread Archie Cobbs
Brian Somers writes: Archie, it seems people are having problems using PPPoE since your ng_ether changes. Any suggestions ? Unfortunately I have limited email contact righ tnow.. but a couple of things come to mind.. - Is is possible to get a tcpdump of before and after? One thing I could

Re: DHCP does not honor default router?

2000-07-04 Thread Greg Lehey
On Tuesday, 4 July 2000 at 15:42:10 +0200, Samuel Tardieu wrote: My laptop gets a fixed IP address (137.194.161.7) using DHCP (so that I do not have to set up multiple configurations depending on the network). However, even when it receives router information, it does not update the

Re: DHCP does not honor default router?

2000-07-04 Thread Doug Barton
Greg Lehey wrote: On Tuesday, 4 July 2000 at 15:42:10 +0200, Samuel Tardieu wrote: My laptop gets a fixed IP address (137.194.161.7) using DHCP (so that I do not have to set up multiple configurations depending on the network). However, even when it receives router information, it

Re: DHCP does not honor default router?

2000-07-04 Thread Brian Dean
On Tue, 4 Jul 2000, Doug Barton wrote: I updated my dhclient script to handle this case, since it happens on the roadrunner network as well. I can send you the patch if you want, but I have a lot of other hacks in my script so it might be confusing. Starting right around line 106 of

fetch is strange

2000-07-04 Thread NAKAJI Hiroyuki
I made world yesterday. $ uname -a FreeBSD nakaji.tutrp.tut.ac.jp 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Tue Jul 4 12:15:52 JST 2000 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home2/obj/usr/src/sys/NAKAJI i386 The problem is that the report of '/usr/bin/fetch' is strange. For example, $ fetch

PPPoE stuff

2000-07-04 Thread Daniel Berlin
We have a winner, you were right. The source address is getting overwritten with 00's. How do i fix this? --Dan To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: fwiw, release for -stable (alpha)

2000-07-04 Thread Matthew Jacob
And for -stable (instead of -current); === Creating README.html for jpeg-6b === graphics/juno-2 "Makefile", line 60: Malformed conditional (empty(TARGET)) "Makefile", line 60: Missing dependency operator "Makefile", line 64: if-less endif "Makefile", line 64: Need an operator make: fatal

Re: fwiw, release for -stable (alpha)

2000-07-04 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, 4 Jul 2000, Matthew Jacob wrote: Making docs... === Extracting for docproj-1.1 No MD5 checksum file. === Patching for docproj-1.1 === Configuring for docproj-1.1 === Installing for docproj-1.1 === docproj-1.1 depends on executable: instant - not found ===Verifying

Re: fwiw, release for -stable (alpha)

2000-07-04 Thread Matthew Jacob
On Tue, 4 Jul 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 4 Jul 2000, Matthew Jacob wrote: Making docs... === Extracting for docproj-1.1 No MD5 checksum file. === Patching for docproj-1.1 === Configuring for docproj-1.1 === Installing for docproj-1.1 === docproj-1.1 depends