Re: WinModem Support

2001-05-10 Thread Mark Santcroos
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 01:51:25AM -0700, David O'Brien wrote: On Mon, May 07, 2001 at 02:37:20PM +0200, Mark Santcroos wrote: Please check http://www.geocities.com/wtnbkysh/ . It should work under 4.2R. There is also some 5.0C patches but still some problems probably with interrupts.

Today's special: nessusd panics -CURRENT

2001-05-10 Thread Szilveszter Adam
Hello everybody, I have stumbled across some nice giraffe today. Look, this is cute (transcribed by hand for your enhanced viewing pleasure): (sorry, no serial console handy... should be easy to reproduce though) # nessusd -D witness_get: witness exhausted exclusive(sleep mutex)

Re: select(2) converted to use a condition variable, and optimis

2001-05-10 Thread Terry Lambert
Seigo Tanimura wrote: A quick and hopefully efficient solution to those problems is to fhold() struct file's first, then enter polling loop. That seems much cheaper than to work on free()ing a vnode or a socket with holding a process lock, provided that struct filedesc and file are protected

Re: select(2) converted to use a condition variable, and optimis

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-May-01 Terry Lambert wrote: Seigo Tanimura wrote: A quick and hopefully efficient solution to those problems is to fhold() struct file's first, then enter polling loop. That seems much cheaper than to work on free()ing a vnode or a socket with holding a process lock, provided that

Re: pgm to kill 4.3 via vm

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 09-May-01 Dima Dorfman wrote: [ -stable dropped from cc list ] John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 09-May-01 Robert Watson wrote: On Tue, 8 May 2001, John Baldwin wrote: That's easy enough. Well, it used to be at least. You can use 'ps' to find the address of the

FW: Snapshot Log - world broken in telnetd

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
It looks like the recent changes wrt to libpam in telnetd may have broken world. -FW: [EMAIL PROTECTED]- Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 09:11:57 -0700 (PDT) From: Deimos Root [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Snapshot Log === libexec/telnetd cc -O -pipe

Re: pgm to kill 4.3 via vm

2001-05-10 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 9 May 2001, Garrett Wollman wrote: On Tue, 8 May 2001 23:31:51 -0400 (EDT), Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I followed everything here fine until you asserted that the debugger shouldn't need any locks. When the debugger is running, everything else should have been

RE: Today's special: nessusd panics -CURRENT

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-May-01 Szilveszter Adam wrote: Hello everybody, I have stumbled across some nice giraffe today. Look, this is cute (transcribed by hand for your enhanced viewing pleasure): (sorry, no serial console handy... should be easy to reproduce though) # nessusd -D witness_get: witness

RE: FW: Snapshot Log - world broken in telnetd

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-May-01 John Baldwin wrote: It looks like the recent changes wrt to libpam in telnetd may have broken world. Correction, world appears to be ok, just release is broken. -- John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- http://www.FreeBSD.org/~jhb/ PGP Key: http://www.baldwin.cx/~john/pgpkey.asc

Re: pgm to kill 4.3 via vm

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-May-01 Robert Watson wrote: On Wed, 9 May 2001, Garrett Wollman wrote: On Tue, 8 May 2001 23:31:51 -0400 (EDT), Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I followed everything here fine until you asserted that the debugger shouldn't need any locks. When the debugger is running,

Re: FW: Snapshot Log - world broken in telnetd

2001-05-10 Thread Bruce Evans
On Thu, 10 May 2001, John Baldwin wrote: It looks like the recent changes wrt to libpam in telnetd may have broken world. ... cc -O -pipe -DLINEMODE -DUSE_TERMIO -DDIAGNOSTICS -DOLD_ENVIRON -DENV_HACK -DAUTHENTICATION -DENCRYPTION -I/usr/src/kerberos

DEVFS

2001-05-10 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
Hi! Just installed recent -CURRENT on my PC, and noticed strange things: 1) If I don't have devfs line in /etc/fstab, why DEVFS mount is still happening on /dev, and where? 2) Is it valid that multiple DEVFS mounts over /dev are allowed? perl# mount -t devfs devfs on /dev (devfs, local)

Re: **HEADS-UP** ficl changes change `base' type

2001-05-10 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 02:21:09AM -0300, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: John Sadler is not a Unix user, and has no experience with Unix, and ... If you know exactly how to produce a .tar.gz under Windows that is suitable for our use, I'm sure he would appreciate the help. Ask him to use

RE: DEVFS

2001-05-10 Thread John Baldwin
On 10-May-01 Ruslan Ermilov wrote: Hi! Just installed recent -CURRENT on my PC, and noticed strange things: 1) If I don't have devfs line in /etc/fstab, why DEVFS mount is still happening on /dev, and where? devfs is mounted by /sbin/init IIRC. 2) Is it valid that multiple DEVFS

Re: DEVFS

2001-05-10 Thread Matthew Jacob
On Thu, 10 May 2001, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: Hi! Just installed recent -CURRENT on my PC, and noticed strange things: 1) If I don't have devfs line in /etc/fstab, why DEVFS mount is still happening on /dev, and where? Somewhat wierdly and unobviously, it's init that does the magic.

Re: DEVFS

2001-05-10 Thread Antoine Beaupre (LMC)
John Baldwin wrote: On 10-May-01 Ruslan Ermilov wrote: 2) Is it valid that multiple DEVFS mounts over /dev are allowed? Why wouldn't it be? (Granted, it is a bit _weird_). You can do the same with other fs's: ...and happily shoot yourself in the foot this way. :)

RE: Today's special: nessusd panics -CURRENT

2001-05-10 Thread David Wolfskill
Date: Thu, 10 May 2001 09:52:03 -0700 (PDT) From: John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] witness_get: witness exhausted exclusive(sleep mutex) Giant(0xc044a760) locked @ ../../i386/i386/trap.c:1169 panic: system call open returning with mutex(s) held Ok, I see what's broken. I don't know how you

Re: **HEADS-UP** ficl changes change `base' type

2001-05-10 Thread Gerhard Sittig
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 02:21 -0300, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: John Sadler is not a Unix user [ ... ] If you know exactly how to produce a .tar.gz under Windows that is suitable for our use, I'm sure he would appreciate the help. Most of the distros I've seen (Linux as well as *BSD) have the

Re: **HEADS-UP** ficl changes change `base' type

2001-05-10 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 02:21:09AM -0300, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: John Sadler is not a Unix user, and has no experience with Unix, and ... If you know exactly how to produce a .tar.gz under Windows that is suitable for our use, I'm sure he would appreciate the help.

Re: WinModem Support

2001-05-10 Thread Tomi Vainio - Sun Finland -
Mark Santcroos writes: I have contacted the author and he made a last change in the interrupt setup. I have made a small stand alone package for -CURRENT, it holds the .c, the linux object file, a Makefile and a script to create the necessary device files. (If you want it in your

Re: FW: Snapshot Log - world broken in telnetd

2001-05-10 Thread Michael Harnois
On Fri, 11 May 2001 03:16:35 +1000 (EST), Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: The kerberosIV telnetd is missing linkage to libpam, perhaps more. The kerberosIV telnet and telnetd are missing linkage to libpam, for about three days. Just adding that lib makes it work ... -- Michael

Re: Today's special: nessusd panics -CURRENT

2001-05-10 Thread Szilveszter Adam
On Thu, May 10, 2001 at 11:29:57AM -0700, David Wolfskill wrote: Ok, I see what's broken. I don't know how you are out of witness's though. We don't have enough types of mutexes for that to happen. Try this patch: ... Since I didn't use the -l flag to patch, it didn't apply, so I did it