Re: phkmalloc pam_ssh xdm

2000-08-01 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai
-On [2731 15:24], Alexander Leidinger ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I rebuilded libssh.a and pam_ssh.so with this patch and I didn't get the error anymore. I haven't rebuilded the world or anything openssh related, but I think this should work (and because of the readability of pam_ssh.c and

Re: panic at shutdown

2000-08-01 Thread Alexander Leidinger
On 1 Aug, Bill Fumerola wrote: #0 boot (howto=256) at ../../kern/kern_shutdown.c:303 303 dumppcb.pcb_cr3 = rcr3(); type 'bt', this tells us just about as much as if you said "it crashed". though, by the panic message, this seems to be a known bug.. If I see the same

netinet compile broken

2000-08-01 Thread James Johnson
sys/netinet/ip_fil.c appears to be busted. Trying to recompile kernel modules breaks as follows: === ipfilter SNIP cc -O -pipe -DIPFILTER=1 -DIPFILTER_LKM -DIPFILTER_LOG -D_KERNEL -Wall -Wre dundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wp ointer-arith

tail is ubreakable by ^C and cause system hang

2000-08-01 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
Just build fresh kernel and see that it is impossible to interrupt tail with ^C - it cause hang (with tty driver and screens switching still alive, but not other things). -- Andrey A. Chernov [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://ache.pp.ru/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: tail is ubreakable by ^C and cause system hang

2000-08-01 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 05:39:23AM +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Just build fresh kernel and see that it is impossible to interrupt tail with ^C - it cause hang (with tty driver and screens switching still alive, but not other things). Seems to be fixed in new kern_event.c v1.14 -- Andrey

ssh -2 -v displays debug messages when typed

2000-08-01 Thread Jun Kuriyama
On my -current environment, ssh -2 -v (Version 2 protocol with DSA, verbose mode) displays debug message to tty whenever I typed. If I use version 1 protocol, debug messages are not displayed after logged in to another system. Is this expected behaviour? - % ssh -2 -v localhost SSH

Moused behaving funny in 4.1-STABLE

2000-08-01 Thread Paul Herman
Hi, (Posting to current, because of similar problems to the "Mouse behaving funny since 5.0-CURRENT upgrade" thread) My moused is also behaving funny (no X). Sometimes other charaters on the screen get messed up where the pointer never was (I can't seem to reliably reproduce it), but one thing

Moused and Yarrow (Re: Moused behaving funny in 4.1-STABLE)

2000-08-01 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Paul Herman wrote: My moused is also behaving funny (no X). Sometimes other charaters on the screen get messed up where the pointer never was (I can't seem to reliably reproduce it), but one thing I am able to reproduce is the 20% interrupt thing: When both the prompt

Re: Moused and Yarrow (Re: Moused behaving funny in 4.1-STABLE)

2000-08-01 Thread Paul Herman
On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Donn Miller wrote: On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Paul Herman wrote: When both the prompt and the mouse are at the bottom of the screen, then moused starts eating up interrupt CPU. It has something to do with this whole Yarrow thing. I suppose Yarrow (and dev/urandom) are

Re: panic at shutdown

2000-08-01 Thread Luoqi Chen
#7 0xc017a726 in vput (vp=0xc8710840) at vnode_if.h:794 #8 0xc01aee87 in ffs_sync (mp=0xc0ade800, waitfor=2, cred=0xc0721700, p=0xc026d5e0) at ../../ufs/ffs/ffs_vfsops.c:955 Change the vput(vp) call at line 955 of ffs_vfsops.c back to two separate calls (see previous revision):

VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Steve Hocking
I've been noticing some crashes (the previously reported by others lock stuff) and some random sig 11s - any one else seeing this? Stephen -- The views expressed above are not those of PGS Tensor. "We've heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Sheldon Hearn
On Tue, 01 Aug 2000 09:23:57 EST, Steve Hocking wrote: I've been noticing some crashes (the previously reported by others lock stuff) and some random sig 11s - any one else seeing this? As a datapoint, I'm running this kernel: 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #1: Fri Jul 28 11:12:17

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Just the lock stuff here, nothing else. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
I'm in the process of tracing it out (in my small amount of spare time) to see where the problem is, and seeing if I can fix it, although I think this is over my head :-) I just wanna see if I can do it. = | Kenneth Culver

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Steve Hocking wrote: I've been noticing some crashes (the previously reported by others lock stuff) and some random sig 11s - any one else seeing this? Hmm, I've been having a hell of a time on one of my machines, but I had written it off to bad HW, but this might make me change my

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Steve Hocking
Hmm, I've been having a hell of a time on one of my machines, but I had written it off to bad HW, but this might make me change my mind :) My machine's a K6-2 500 which up until that time had been fine - what's yours? The crashes (usually partway through a make world or on shutdown) were of

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread Soren Schmidt
It seems Steve Hocking wrote: Hmm, I've been having a hell of a time on one of my machines, but I had written it off to bad HW, but this might make me change my mind :) My machine's a K6-2 500 which up until that time had been fine - what's yours? Mine's a K7-750 The crashes (usually

HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Akinori -Aki- MUSHA
Hello, I have been hacking on CVSweb for a while and now I think it is the time we update our CVSweb to the full-featured version, which is based on Henner Zeller and other people's work. The ready-to-commit demo is available at this page:

Re: HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Akinori -Aki- MUSHA wrote: I have been hacking on CVSweb for a while and now I think it is the time we update our CVSweb to the full-featured version, which is based on Henner Zeller and other people's work. The ready-to-commit demo is available at this page:

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 05:30:03PM +0200, Soren Schmidt wrote: Uhm, if its only the lockmgr thing, thats now solved, what I've been seeing is random sig11's etc etc... I've been seeing odd signal 11's duing make world too, but I'd put it down to unusually warm weather. David. To

DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread Piotr Wo┬čniak
Hi, I have to run programs in Clipper/DOS under FreeBSD. Does exist a good DOS-emulator or other solving of this problem? (for example compiling source code in Clipper under FreeBSD..) Piotr Wozniak To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body

Re: HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Akinori -Aki- MUSHA
Hi, At Tue, 1 Aug 2000 23:03:21 +0700 (NSS), Max Khon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Akinori -Aki- MUSHA wrote: I have been hacking on CVSweb for a while and now I think it is the time we update our CVSweb to the full-featured version, which is based on Henner Zeller and

Serious people for a serious proposition about FREEDOM qtzgx

2000-08-01 Thread don
93% WHO RESPOND TO MY AD DON'T MAKE THE CUT! (Only highly motivated people should call) I'm dead serious! Now let me tell you why... Most people don't have drive! They sit around waiting for something to happen. They see that other people have nice homes, new cars, and MONEY, but why can't they?

Sometimes the truth hurts! inhgt

2000-08-01 Thread alpha
93% WHO RESPOND TO MY AD DON'T MAKE THE CUT! (Only highly motivated people should call) I'm dead serious! Now let me tell you why... Most people don't have drive! They sit around waiting for something to happen. They see that other people have nice homes, new cars, and MONEY, but why can't they?

Re: HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Marc van Woerkom
Hi! http://people.FreeBSD.org/~knu/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/ Looks nice. I like the comments displayed. Just a question - we obviously have a huge number of cvs tags - is their rationale documented in any place? 1) Fetch the following tarball and install the CVSweb configuration

Re: DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Piotr Wo?niak [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000801 08:21] wrote: Hi, I have to run programs in Clipper/DOS under FreeBSD. Does exist a good DOS-emulator or other solving of this problem? (for example compiling source code in Clipper under FreeBSD..) Maybe 'doscmd'? Let us know. :) -Alfred To

Re: DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread Marc van Woerkom
I have to run programs in Clipper/DOS under FreeBSD. Does exist a good DOS-emulator or other solving of this problem? Bochs and Wine both do a good job. Check your /usr/ports/emulators or the FreeBSD web site. There are a couple of strange uses for both programs. Today we needed a DOS boot

Re: HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Wed, 2 Aug 2000, Akinori -Aki- MUSHA wrote: maybe it is worth moving form that allows request diffs between any two revision to the top? Well, following the hyperlink "Request diff between arbitrary revisions" will take you to the form. It's as easy as a single click.

Re: sendmail 8.11.0 trouble

2000-08-01 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Leif Neland: /etc/pwd.db: Berkeley DB Hash file (Version 2, Little Endian, Bucket Size I had db 2.something installed from the ports. I uninstalled it, it made no difference. /etc/pwd.db should NOT be in DB 2.x format. Recompile pwd_mkdb to be sure to use DB 1.85 and use it to

Re: HEADS UP: Updating our CVSweb

2000-08-01 Thread Akinori -Aki- MUSHA
[ Woot, sorry for including [EMAIL PROTECTED] in Cc. I should have specified it in Bcc. People, please remove it from the recipients list on reply. Thank you. ] At Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:28:32 +0200 (CEST), Marc van Woerkom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Another stupid question. Is cvsweb and its

Re: DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread David O'Brien
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 06:13:30PM +0200, Piotr Wo?niak wrote: I have to run programs in Clipper/DOS under FreeBSD. If this is character based, I have the best luck running Quicken for MS-DOS using the ``pcemu'' port. Bochs is way much slower, and doscmd also would work for me with this

Re: sendmail 8.11.0 trouble

2000-08-01 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Tue, 1 Aug 2000 07:54:34 +0200, Ollivier Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: According to Leif Neland: /etc/pwd.db: Berkeley DB Hash file (Version 2, Little Endian, Bucket Size /etc/pwd.db should NOT be in DB 2.x format. Recompile pwd_mkdb to be sure to use DB 1.85 and use it to regenerate

SCSI breakage

2000-08-01 Thread Slawek Zak
I'm having SCSI parity errors on Tekram 390F controller (CURRENT for Aug 1, the sym driver). During some heavier disk activity the kernel reports "Weird command received" and resets the controller after short period of time. Now I'm running CURRENT for Jul 31 without any problems... --

Re: SCSI breakage

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 20:28:44 +0200, Slawek Zak wrote: I'm having SCSI parity errors on Tekram 390F controller (CURRENT for Aug 1, the sym driver). During some heavier disk activity the kernel reports "Weird command received" and resets the controller after short period of time. Now I'm

Re: DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread Robert Watson
I've been using vmware with great success under -STABLE. Take a look at /usr/ports/emulators/vmware2. It's commercial, but works a lot better than all the alternatives. I've had decent success with pcemu for DOS-based programs, although there are a few quirks. I found bochs also worked

Re: ssh -2 -v displays debug messages when typed

2000-08-01 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, 1 Aug 2000, Jun Kuriyama wrote: On my -current environment, ssh -2 -v (Version 2 protocol with DSA, verbose mode) displays debug message to tty whenever I typed. If I use version 1 protocol, debug messages are not displayed after logged in to another system. Is this expected

Possible bug in current?

2000-08-01 Thread Damon Hammis
Has anyone else stumbled across this bug in 5.0-CURRENT? Whenever I try to do a tail -f on a text file the system locks up and requires a hard reboot. Anyone else see anything similar? --Damon _ _ |__/| .~~. /o=o'`./ .'

Re: Possible bug in current?

2000-08-01 Thread Damon M. Conway
Damon Hammis wrote: Has anyone else stumbled across this bug in 5.0-CURRENT? Whenever I try to do a tail -f on a text file the system locks up and requires a hard reboot. Anyone else see anything similar? yes, there is a long discussion on -current about it right now. damon To Unsubscribe:

Re: Panic: lockmgr: pid 5, not exclusive lock holder 0 unlocking

2000-08-01 Thread Nick Hibma
The word is that there is a problem but it is a software problem. For some reason the virtual hub gives an IOERROR, but I haven't had the time or seen the need to figure that one out. It seems to be harmless though. nick And what is the word on thise IOERROR's given by my kernel when its

Re: Panic in xpt_setup_ccb (cam_xpt.c)

2000-08-01 Thread Nick Hibma
Hm, I had a look at the source code, and to be honest I can't find a single reason why the path would be unset. Did the CD reader detached itself from the bus in the meantime, or did something like a bus error occur? Check your messages log around the time the panic occurred to see if something

Re: DOS emulation

2000-08-01 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Piotr =?iso-8859-1?Q?Wo=9Fniak?= writes: : I have to run programs in Clipper/DOS under FreeBSD. : Does exist a good DOS-emulator or other solving of this problem? : (for example compiling source code in Clipper under FreeBSD..) dosemu works OK. Warner To

Re: Possible bug in current?

2000-08-01 Thread Jim Bloom
Fixed with revision 1.14 sys/kern/kern_event.c. Update your kernel sources and the problem should go away. Jim Bloom [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Damon M. Conway" wrote: Damon Hammis wrote: Has anyone else stumbled across this bug in 5.0-CURRENT? Whenever I try to do a tail -f on a text file the

Re: Possible bug in current?

2000-08-01 Thread Kenneth Wayne Culver
Yeah, it's supposedly fixed now. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best NT upgrade| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: muythaibxr

Re: sendmail 8.11.0 trouble

2000-08-01 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Garrett Wollman: DB 1.85's file format *is* ``Version 2''. Oh? Forget my message then :) -- Ollivier ROBERT -=- FreeBSD: The Power to Serve! -=- [EMAIL PROTECTED] FreeBSD keltia.freenix.fr 5.0-CURRENT #80: Sun Jun 4 22:44:19 CEST 2000 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: cvs commit: src/usr.bin/kdump mkioctls

2000-08-01 Thread Nickolay Dudorov
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: ru 2000/08/01 01:15:06 PDT Modified files: usr.bin/kdumpmkioctls Log: Fix an off-by-nine error when building a list of includes. Revision ChangesPath 1.17 +2 -2 src/usr.bin/kdump/mkioctls

Re: ssh -2 -v displays debug messages when typed

2000-08-01 Thread Hasan Diwan
It is not fixed in the newer version. Personally, I think the SSH1 way is optimal, and we should remove the every-character output in ssh2 debug mode. * Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000801 13:49]: Yes, this is just how OpenSSH is in debug mode for SSH2. It might be fixed in the newer