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2000-08-21 Thread Tony Fleisher
Not sure if this is related to the recent commit of DEVFS code, but a build of both the GERNERIC kernel and a custom kernel from a very recent (last few hours) cvsup of -current failed during the 'make depend' with an error trying to include "opt_devfs.h". The following following is the ouput

Re: your mail

2000-08-21 Thread Matthew Jacob
Already told him. It is. On Sun, 20 Aug 2000, Tony Fleisher wrote: Not sure if this is related to the recent commit of DEVFS code, but a build of both the GERNERIC kernel and a custom kernel from a very recent (last few hours) cvsup of -current failed during the 'make depend' with an

Sound support in -CURRENT

2000-08-21 Thread John Indra
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi FreeBSD fans and developers... This is my first question in -CURRENT. Yesterday was the first time I tried to follow the -STABLE line. And I must admit that once again FreeBSD amazed me ;) Running -STABLE rite now (I used to run only -RELEASE

Re: none

2000-08-21 Thread Nickolay Dudorov
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: Not sure if this is related to the recent commit of DEVFS code, but a build of both the GERNERIC kernel and a custom kernel from a very recent (last few hours) cvsup of -current failed during the 'make depend' with an error trying to include

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/modules/md opt_devfs.h Makefile

2000-08-21 Thread Nickolay Dudorov
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: phk 2000/08/21 00:45:38 PDT Modified files: sys/modules/md Makefile Added files: sys/modules/md opt_devfs.h Log: Add dummy opt_devfs.h file. It seems to me that my patch is better ;-)

sysinstall trouble

2000-08-21 Thread Zajcev Evgeny
I have trouble with sysinstall while installing bin destribution, sysinstall said Write failure on transfer ! wrote -1 bytes of 234567 bytes. i install from cdrom in single mode i DO mount / with wr mode! -- zev To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

RE: sysinstall trouble

2000-08-21 Thread Johan Kruger
Are you sure it's writable, try touching a file on the filesystem. mount -w /dev/ad0s1 / P.S. Before you mount it, do a fsck on it, whether it's clean or not, and then mount it. Hope it helps ... Good luck On 21-Aug-00 Zajcev Evgeny wrote: I have trouble with sysinstall while installing bin

Re: Sound support in -CURRENT

2000-08-21 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 01:59:52PM +0700, John Indra wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi FreeBSD fans and developers... This is my first question in -CURRENT. Yesterday was the first time I tried to follow the -STABLE line. And I must admit that once again FreeBSD

Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
I'm curious - is there some reason that the CDR ioctls (in /usr/include/sys/cdrio.h) aren't supported for MMC cds? It looks like doing them for MMC would be straightforward, it's the kind of thing that an OS is supposed to do, and it would allow people with MMC drives to cdrecord for the much

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 10:54:49 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: I'm curious - is there some reason that the CDR ioctls (in /usr/include/sys/cdrio.h) aren't supported for MMC cds? It looks like doing them for MMC would be straightforward, it's the kind of thing that an OS is supposed to do, and it

how to set flags on sio2?

2000-08-21 Thread Julian Elischer
since config has changed.. where do I set the flags on my debug port (sio2?) the sio man page has no hints.. it looks to me as it if is now controlled differently unles I've made a mistake julian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the

Question from a neophyte... Why isn't rc.local being read?

2000-08-21 Thread Gordon Zeigler
I've added startup commands to /etc/rc.local on my 3.4 Stable machine. /usr/local/etc/webmin/start # Start webmin /usr/local/sbin/sshd# Start open ssh /etc/init.d/apachectl start # Start apache web server Yet, these are not starting at reboot... What am I missing? Probably

Re: Question from a neophyte... Why isn't rc.local being read?

2000-08-21 Thread Michael Lucas
Gordon, This sort of question is better suited to [EMAIL PROTECTED] than [EMAIL PROTECTED] In the future, please ask there first. rc.local is deprecated. Drop a shell script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d ==ml The short answer I've added startup commands to /etc/rc.local on my 3.4 Stable machine.

Re: make buildworld failed

2000-08-21 Thread BoB KoT
I'll chime in here with a "me too". My make buildworld(s) failed with the *identical* error as originally posted by daniel [EMAIL PROTECTED] on 16-Aug-2000. I tried #make -j4 buildworld and another attempt of #make buildworld. Both attempts failed with the same error. I tried this on a

Re: how to set flags on sio2?

2000-08-21 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Julian Elischer: the sio man page has no hints.. it looks to me as it if is now controlled differently unles I've made a mistake Modify /boot/device.hints. hint.sio.0.at="isa" hint.sio.0.port="0x3F8" hint.sio.0.irq="4" just add a hint.sio.0.flags="0x20". -- Ollivier

Re: how to set flags on sio2?

2000-08-21 Thread Julian Elischer
so I don;t have such file.. do I need to do anything special to make it beused if I create it? On Mon, 21 Aug 2000, Ollivier Robert wrote: According to Julian Elischer: the sio man page has no hints.. it looks to me as it if is now controlled differently unles I've made a mistake

Re: how to set flags on sio2?

2000-08-21 Thread Ollivier Robert
According to Julian Elischer: so I don;t have such file.. do I need to do anything special to make it beused if I create it? If you have current after around the 10th of June, you need it. It is created by running "gethints.pl THE_KERNEL /boot/device.hints" (gethints.pl is in /sys/i386/conf).

compaq proliant

2000-08-21 Thread Joel Jacobson
has anyone gotten freebsd (current or other) running on one of these? i've tried 4.0, 4.1, and -current, and the kernel panics on me with the following: sym0: 895a port 0x1000=0x10ff mem 0xb110-0xb1101fff,0xb140-0xb14003ff irq 11 at device 4.0 on pci1 sym0: failed to allocate RAM

Re: Question from a neophyte... Why isn't rc.local being read?

2000-08-21 Thread Ben Smithurst
Michael Lucas wrote: rc.local is deprecated. Drop a shell script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d Not really. Some of us prefer to have commands to start things in one nice list in /etc/rc.local, rather than loads of separate shell scripts in /usr/local/etc/rc.d. There's no reason I can see for

Re: compaq proliant

2000-08-21 Thread sthaug
has anyone gotten freebsd (current or other) running on one of these? Which Proliant model are you talking about? i've tried 4.0, 4.1, and -current, and the kernel panics on me with the following: sym0: 895a port 0x1000=0x10ff mem 0xb110-0xb1101fff,0xb140-0xb14003ff irq 11 at

Re: PATCH: devfs mkIII test review please.

2000-08-21 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Sheldon Hearn writes: On Sat, 19 Aug 2000 21:26:24 +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Ahh, right, this is something else than I thought: These are symlinks in the normal case, for instance: /dev/audio - /dev/audio0 What's the plan for things like these?

HEADS UP: random module no longer loaded by default

2000-08-21 Thread Sheldon Hearn
Hi folks, The logic for seeding the random device on start-up in /etc/rc has changed slightly. Between revs 1.221 and 1.229 inclusive, the randomdev module was automatically loaded if the write of the entropy seed file to /dev/random failed. After chatting to Mark Murray, I agree that this

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Kenneth D. Merry writes: On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 10:54:49 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: I'm curious - is there some reason that the CDR ioctls (in /usr/include/sys/cdrio.h) aren't supported for MMC cds? It looks like doing them for MMC would be straightforward, it's the kind of thing that an

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 17:01:20 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 10:54:49 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: We'd get a flood of mail saying things like "why isn't my froboz CD-R/WORM supported with the cd(4) driver..." Which should actually be smaller

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Kenneth D. Merry writes: Which should actually be smaller than the flood of mail saying things like "why doesn't burncd support my nice, standard-compliant CD-R?" In fact, according to the documentation that comes with cdrecord, it would be *much* smaller, because all the SCSI CD-Rs

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 18:19:47 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: Which should actually be smaller than the flood of mail saying things like "why doesn't burncd support my nice, standard-compliant CD-R?" In fact, according to the documentation that comes with cdrecord,

error sysinstall

2000-08-21 Thread undergra
hi, when i execute sysinstall i have this error: Device char-major=254 minor=0x0 failed attempt to open in block mode Aug 22 00:30:43 daemon /kernel: Device char-major=254 minor=0x0 failed attempt t o open in block mode Aug 22 00:30:43 daemon /kernel: Device char-major=254 minor=0x0 failed

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Kenneth D. Merry writes: On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 18:19:47 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: Which should actually be smaller than the flood of mail saying things like "why doesn't burncd support my nice, standard-compliant CD-R?" In fact, according to the

problems with /usr/bin/awk

2000-08-21 Thread Tony Fleisher
I have been running cvsup nightly to grab -current and -ports, and noticed some strangeness with awk that seemed to start last week sometime. When building /usr/ports/lang/guile, the build exited with an awk 'internal error' and a log on the console that awk had exited on signal 6. To test my

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Christopher Masto
I'd rather see cdrecord work on ATAPI CD-Rs. burncd gives me a lot of trouble. -- Christopher Masto Senior Network Monkey NetMonger Communications [EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL PROTECTED]http://www.netmonger.net Free yourself, free your machine, free the daemon --

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 19:17:37 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 18:19:47 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: Which should actually be smaller than the flood of mail saying things like "why doesn't burncd support my nice,

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Kenneth D. Merry writes: Does this extend to the point of supporting things that happen to share a physical connector with SCSI, but otherwise aren't SCSI? Because that's what supporting non-MMC CD-R drives would amount to. Not really. Non-MMC CD-Rs not only use the same connectors and

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Christopher Masto writes: I'd rather see cdrecord work on ATAPI CD-Rs. burncd gives me a lot of trouble. As cdrecord isn't part of FreeBSD, this is clearly the wrong place to ask about that. Joe Schilling watches [EMAIL PROTECTED], and that's the place to ask. I've been told that ATAPI CD-Rs

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 22:38:11 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Kenneth D. Merry writes: Of course that isn't the entire picture - that's why I asked. Again, arguing about this solution being "halfway" when you're ignoring half the functionality of the standard seems hypocritical. Not

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Matthew Jacob
I'm sorry- I really haven't been paying much attention to this, but it seems it's sort of on the wrong mailing list, isn't it? Mike- can you take a deep breath and send a summary of what you see the techical problems/requirements are to the freebsd-scsi alias? I'll admit that I'm not up on a

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
Christopher Masto writes: I'd rather see cdrecord work on ATAPI CD-Rs. burncd gives me a lot of trouble. Spoke to soon - according to the pkg/DESCR file, it should work on them now. mike To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body

Re: Why no CDR ioctls for SCSI cds?

2000-08-21 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Aug 21, 2000 at 23:18:50 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Christopher Masto writes: I'd rather see cdrecord work on ATAPI CD-Rs. burncd gives me a lot of trouble. Spoke to soon - according to the pkg/DESCR file, it should work on them now. It needs an ATAPI passthrough mechanism to

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2000-08-21 Thread User Tim
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People running with LOCALBASE set to something other than /usr/local?

2000-08-21 Thread Mike Meyer
I'm curious - are there any committers who regularly use a system with LOCALBASE set to something other than /usr/local? Thanx, mike To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message