make DESTDIR=foo failing in installkernel ?

2000-10-30 Thread Adrian Chadd
I can't be the only person who is trying to do this :) I have my laptop with two BSD partitions - one active, and one for the most current -current. (Its running -current from a couple months ago.) So, I do the following: roaming# cat crash-buildworld.sh #!/bin/sh DESTDIR=/crash ; export

Re: /dev/random related mouse jerkiness is again here

2000-10-30 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Mark Murray wrote: I wonder if anyone noticed that mouse jerkiness caused by entropy harvesting routine is here again (both in syscons and X11), although it was expected to be solved by kthreads, at least on my poor old P133 with PS/2 mouse. You say "here again". Was there a time that

Re: make DESTDIR=foo failing in installkernel ?

2000-10-30 Thread David O'Brien
On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 09:15:00AM +0100, Adrian Chadd wrote: cd /crash/usr/src/sys/modules env MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=/usr/obj/crash/usr/src/sys/GENERIC/modules KMODDIR=/crash/boot/kernel make install Don't explicitly add DESTDIR to KMODDIR. -- -- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) GNU is

Mergemaster changes

2000-10-30 Thread Doug Barton
Not quite a head's up worthy event, but I thought people would like to know about some of this, and unfortunately we all know not everyone running -current reads cvs-all. The one change that isn't listed in the commit message that people might be interested in is the fact that mm is now

Re: Driver Floppy implementation (Re: make release breakage - dokern.sh patch 2)

2000-10-30 Thread Takanori Watanabe
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Tatsumi Hosokawa さんいわく: I moved PCI/PCCARD/USB if_xx.ko driver to mfsroot.flp, and I've got 100KB of free blocks in the first floppy. If we move more drivers to mfsroot.flp or coming drivers.flp, we can get not only free blocks in the first floppy, but

hea and hfa drivers do not compile...

2000-10-30 Thread Harti Brandt
... in CURRENT from 30.10. phk has removed unnecessary #defines, among them sys/systm.h which is definitely needed in both drivers. Adding the # include sys/systm.h fixes the problem. netatm/atm{aal5,cm,device,subr} compile, but the kernel doesn't link - they need the include also. harti --

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Re: Multiply defined 'struct mtx' ?

2000-10-30 Thread Darren Reed
In some email I received from Bruce Evans, sie wrote: [...] Your machine/mutex.h is apparently out of date. With all those -I paths, it is hard to tell where includes are found. The -I${.CURDIR}/../../sys hack is particularly evil. It makes no difference for "make world", but for plain

Re: hea and hfa drivers do not compile...

2000-10-30 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Hart i Brandt writes: ... in CURRENT from 30.10. phk has removed unnecessary #defines, among them sys/systm.h which is definitely needed in both drivers. Adding the # include sys/systm.h fixes the problem. netatm/atm{aal5,cm,device,subr} compile, but the kernel

Re: hea and hfa drivers do not compile...

2000-10-30 Thread Harti Brandt
On Mon, 30 Oct 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Hart i Brandt writes: ... in CURRENT from 30.10. phk has removed unnecessary #defines, among them sys/systm.h which is definitely needed in both drivers. Adding the # include sys/systm.h fixes the problem.

Re: hea and hfa drivers do not compile...

2000-10-30 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Hart i Brandt writes: strip these lines out of NOTES: device acpi optionsACPI_DEBUG optionsAML_DEBUG And the LINT kernel links just fine. Probably not. I have no acpi configured in my kernel. cvs log on eni.c says:

Re: Multiply defined 'struct mtx' ?

2000-10-30 Thread Christopher Shumway
On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Darren Reed wrote: In some email I received from Bruce Evans, sie wrote: [...] Your machine/mutex.h is apparently out of date. With all those -I paths, it is hard to tell where includes are found. The -I${.CURDIR}/../../sys hack is particularly evil. It makes no

/dev/random thoughts

2000-10-30 Thread Mike Meyer
Like everyone else, I've been bit by /dev/random blocking because it didn't have enough entropy. I recently got bit after booting the system single-user to do some work, meaning nothing in the discussion about when/where/how to deal with the entropy information addressed this one. It seems like

boot_crunch make release ppp

2000-10-30 Thread John W. De Boskey
... are not liking each other after the lastest ppp commits. I do not have time to look into this until late tomorrow (and no, I don't see any commits which would appear to fix this yet). -John crunchide -k _crunched_usbdevs_stub usbdevs.lo cc -static -o boot_crunch boot_crunch.o sh.lo find.lo

Re: Intel Etherexpress support?

2000-10-30 Thread Peter van Dijk
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 12:58:28AM -0400, Matthew N. Dodd wrote: On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Glendon Gross wrote: Is it possible to use the old Intel EtherExpress-16 cards with FreeBSD? The driver was broken a while back and I'm right in the middle of trying to fix it. I've actually given up on

`make cleandir' doesn't seem to be cleaning as well as before

2000-10-30 Thread David O'Brien
Are others seing a situation where ``cd /usr/src/foo make obj make cleandir make cleandir'' isn't deleting /usr/obj/usr/src/foo/ ? It used to and it needs to in order that the second ``make cleandir'' will clean /usr/src/foo/ itself. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

ANSI C++ long long issues

2000-10-30 Thread Pascal Hofstee
Hi, After returning from a month long vacation, i updated my CURRENT system to the recent CVS. After this update my Mozilla Tinderbox-builds seem to suffer from a configure complaining my C++ compiler has a "-pedanctic long long" bug. [part of config.log] configure:10680: c++ -o conftest

Panic in kern/vfs_subr.c

2000-10-30 Thread andrea
Tonight my -current paniced: panic: vrele: negative ref cnt I tried to repeat it but couldn't. The system wasn't very loaded at the time, I wasn't doing anything particular. Any pointer, at least on what else to check to have a meaningful PR? Bye, Andrea -- The computer

Re: `make cleandir' doesn't seem to be cleaning as well as before

2000-10-30 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], David O'Brien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are others seing a situation where ``cd /usr/src/foo make obj make cleandir make cleandir'' isn't deleting /usr/obj/usr/src/foo/ ? It used to and it needs to in order that the second ``make cleandir'' will clean

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2000-10-30 Thread add
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Need help to boot (was : -current hangs during boot)

2000-10-30 Thread Vittorio Mori
Hello FreeBSD-hackers. I had my first CVSup-ed source tre d/loaded today. It compiled correctly (make buildworld) and installed correctly (make installworld). But on rebooting the box, the loader fails to find a bootable kernel. It seems my loader.conf got trashed somewhere ... I get the list

Re: Need help to boot (was : -current hangs during boot)

2000-10-30 Thread Mike Smith
I had my first CVSup-ed source tre d/loaded today. It compiled correctly (make buildworld) and installed correctly (make installworld). But on rebooting the box, the loader fails to find a bootable kernel. It seems my loader.conf got trashed somewhere ... I get the list of the / partition,

Re: `make cleandir' doesn't seem to be cleaning as well as before

2000-10-30 Thread David O'Brien
Are others seing a situation where ``cd /usr/src/foo make obj make cleandir make cleandir'' isn't deleting /usr/obj/usr/src/foo/ ? It used to and it needs to in order that the second ``make cleandir'' will clean /usr/src/foo/ itself. I tracked this down to rev 1.33 of bsd.obj.mk. --

Re: `make cleandir' doesn't seem to be cleaning as well as before

2000-10-30 Thread David O'Brien
On Mon, Oct 30, 2000 at 06:13:28PM -0800, David O'Brien wrote: Are others seing a situation where ``cd /usr/src/foo make obj make cleandir make cleandir'' isn't deleting /usr/obj/usr/src/foo/ ? It used to and it needs to in order that the second ``make cleandir'' will clean

Re: new pccard beep code not quite right

2000-10-30 Thread sanpei
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While I'm sure the new beeps for pccard insert/remove are quite charming on some laptops, they are a bit broken on mine... The new beeps are nothing more than a barely audible click or two... But the real problem is that if the speaker wants to beep afterwards, my

Re: Intel Etherexpress support?

2000-10-30 Thread Matthew N. Dodd
On Tue, 31 Oct 2000, Peter van Dijk wrote: Without looking at any of your code, I would kindly like to ask you not to look at the Linux driver for eexpress too much - it's severely broken and has all kinds of timing problems that can crash boxes at predictable moments (some boxes crash when

threaded python seg faults?

2000-10-30 Thread Dave Cornejo
For the last couple of days I've been trying to build python 2 from the ports tree without success. I updated my sources a couple of time and rebuilt the kernel and world with no effect. The problem seems to have appeared in the last couple of days and seems to happen while loading libc_r.so.4

Re: ANSI C++ long long issues

2000-10-30 Thread German Tischler
On Tue, Oct 31, 2000 at 12:59:37AM +0100, Pascal Hofstee wrote: Hi, After returning from a month long vacation, i updated my CURRENT system to the recent CVS. After this update my Mozilla Tinderbox-builds seem to suffer from a configure complaining my C++ compiler has a "-pedanctic long

Re: ANSI C++ long long issues

2000-10-30 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Tue, Oct 31, 2000 at 12:59:22AM +0100, Pascal Hofstee wrote: Hi, After returning from a month long vacation, i updated my CURRENT system to the recent CVS. After this update my Mozilla Tinderbox-builds seem to suffer from a configure complaining my C++ compiler has a "-pedanctic long

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/kern subr_diskslice.c src/sys/sys diskslice.h src/sys/cam/scsi scsi_cd.c

2000-10-30 Thread Akinori MUSHA
At Sun, 29 Oct 2000 23:03:02 -0800 (PST), Kenneth Merry wrote: ken 2000/10/29 23:03:02 PST Modified files: sys/kern subr_diskslice.c sys/sys diskslice.h sys/cam/scsi scsi_cd.c Log: Write support for the cd(4) driver. I get