vm86 problem in -CURRENT

2001-07-18 Thread Kazutaka YOKOTA
I am trying to track down a vm86 problem in -CURRENT. The trouble is that this is an intermittent problem and is not always reproducible. The last one I managed to capture was: == VESA: set_mode(): 24(18) - 259(103) VESA:

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-18 Thread Terry Lambert
Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Okay. So it sounds like there's a shim to libedit which would be the API replacement for libreadline. Could we call that something cute like 'libreadlinele' ('le' for 'libedit') or 'libeditrl', but leave libreadline as a separate port? How about

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-18 Thread Maxim Sobolev
Terry Lambert wrote: Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Okay. So it sounds like there's a shim to libedit which would be the API replacement for libreadline. Could we call that something cute like 'libreadlinele' ('le' for 'libedit') or 'libeditrl', but leave libreadline as a separate

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-18 Thread Terry Lambert
Maxim Sobolev wrote: I vote this too. We don't need stripped down libreadline under 'libreadline' name pretend to be full version (f.e. for autoconf, etc.) The cryptography libraries have set a precedent here. I could argue the same thing about the presence of a full DES in

installworld failures in calendar

2001-07-18 Thread Brooks Davis
I've been seeing the following failure in my installworlds for the past week or so. I've been getting around it with make -k, but it's kinda annoying. Just now I took a look at etc/mtree/BSD.user.dist and noticed that the directory we're actualy creating is de_DE.ISO_8859-1 not de_DE.ISO8859-1.

Re: installworld failures in calendar

2001-07-18 Thread Brooks Davis
On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 10:18:06AM -0700, Brooks Davis wrote: I've been seeing the following failure in my installworlds for the past week or so. I've been getting around it with make -k, but it's kinda annoying. Just now I took a look at etc/mtree/BSD.user.dist and noticed that the

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 10:17:25AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: Maxim Sobolev wrote: I vote this too. We don't need stripped down libreadline under 'libreadline' name pretend to be full version (f.e. for autoconf, etc.) The cryptography libraries have set a precedent here. I

Re: vm86 problem in -CURRENT

2001-07-18 Thread Jonathan Lemon
In article local.mail.freebsd-current/[EMAIL PROTECTED] you write: As far as I understand, the entire 1M bytes of lower physical memory is supposed to be mapped when vm86_intcall() is run. Apparently 0xc, where the video BIOS ROM resides, is mapped OK. But, somehow 0xa, where the

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-18 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Garance A Drosihn wrote: Personally, I think it's worth it to get rid of a GNU dependency in the base system, as well as reducing the overall amount of functional code duplication. I may be misunderstanding what you mean here, but I don't think we should

netpbm broken on current crtn.o new binutils ?

2001-07-18 Thread Manfred Antar
The port netpbm builds and installs fine on current. When trying to build the docs in /usr/docs the program peps calls /usr/local/bin/pnmtopng This is from the netpbm port. (/usr/local/bin)505}./pnmtopng /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/crtn.o: unsupported file type (/usr/local/bin)506}

Re: more on supermicro 6010H hang

2001-07-18 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Dave Cornejo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have isolated the point at which current no longer runs as Jan 31 - Feb 1 of this year. Prior version work fine, in Feb Mar I get either Kernel trap 9 with interrupts disabled or I think the same thing with trap 26

leave patch

2001-07-18 Thread David Hill
Hello - This leave patche gets rid of white space before the input, and after the +, if there is one. I also moved the #define's to the top of the source file, and change 1 to STDOUT_FILENO. The patch is included with this email, and is available online at

fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-18 Thread Matthew Jacob
So, I took a SCSi disk away. Diskcheckd started complaining. However, a camcontrol rescan couldn't make the disk go away until I killed off diskcheckd, which then closed the disk, allowing the rescan to remove it. Bad. Bad. Bad. ev/da4 Jul 18 14:31:15 diskcheckd[202]: error reading 512 bytes

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-18 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Jacob [EMAIL PROTECTED] [010718 16:33] wrote: So, I took a SCSi disk away. Diskcheckd started complaining. However, a camcontrol rescan couldn't make the disk go away until I killed off diskcheckd, which then closed the disk, allowing the rescan to remove it. Bad. Bad. Bad.

Large patchset for the floppy driver

2001-07-18 Thread Joerg Wunsch
Hello all, before leaving for vacation next week, i thought i'd put up the result of my work of the last couple of weeks for a review for those who are interested. The patch itself is available at http://people.freebsd.org/~joerg/fdpatch.txt.gz The following README file (see below) is also

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-18 Thread Matthew Jacob
Still on by default. On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Matthew Jacob [EMAIL PROTECTED] [010718 16:33] wrote: So, I took a SCSi disk away. Diskcheckd started complaining. However, a camcontrol rescan couldn't make the disk go away until I killed off diskcheckd, which

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-18 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Jacob [EMAIL PROTECTED] [010718 16:56] wrote: Still on by default. In my queue then. -- -Alfred Perlstein [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Ok, who wrote this damn function called '??'? And why do my programs keep crashing in it? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: Load average synchronisation and phantom loads

2001-07-18 Thread Ian Dowse
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Ev ans writes: On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Ian Dowse wrote: effect in the load calculation, but even for the shorter 5-minute timescale, this will average out to typically no more than a few percent (i.e the 5 minutes will instead normally be approx 4.8 to 5.2

Re: Userbase of -current

2001-07-18 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 11:18 PM -0700 7/17/01, Peter Wemm wrote: If I had to guess, I'd put the total [genuine] -current userbase at between 20 and 50 people. And many of those intentionally lag by a few weeks to a month or two. At the kernel-confab at usenix, I heard some people talking about how current wasn't

Re: Make world hosed ?

2001-07-18 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Jul 17, 2001 at 07:55:18PM +0100, David Malone wrote: I suspect that this is my fault for not doing a buildworld after turning on WARNS stuff in inetd. YES! Why are you committing these very easy to break the build, as we've seen changes w/o full `make buildworld' testing?!? I

Re: Load average synchronisation and phantom loads

2001-07-18 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Ian Dowse wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Ev ans writes: I think that is far too much variation. 5 seconds is hard-coded into the computation of the load average (constants in cexp[]), so even a variation of +-1 ticks breaks the computation slightly. I

Re: Make world hosed ?

2001-07-18 Thread Bruce Evans
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, David Malone wrote: I would have thought that any file included with #include ... would count as a system header file, but it seems gcc has some other criteron for deciding. I've managed to trace it back to cpp writing out lines like: # 1 /usr/include/tcpd.h 1 3

sys/dev/snp?

2001-07-18 Thread Dima Dorfman
What do people think of moving sys/kern/tty_snoop.c to sys/dev/snp/snp.c? It doesn't belong in kern/; I'm guessing it was put there originally because it was dependent on some custom hacks in tty.c, but since those are gone I think there's no reason not to put it where it belongs. To

Problem with 20010716 -current

2001-07-18 Thread Aloha Guy
Greetings all: I was originally running 20010618 -CURRENT and all worked well. So I went and cvsup to the latest -CURRENT on 20010716 and I did a make buildworld, this process died with something about include.h so I continued with just make in /usr/src and it finished so I went to make

Re: Userbase of -current

2001-07-18 Thread Vincent Poy
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 11:18 PM -0700 7/17/01, Peter Wemm wrote: If I had to guess, I'd put the total [genuine] -current userbase at between 20 and 50 people. And many of those intentionally lag by a few weeks to a month or two. At the kernel-confab at usenix, I

Re: more on supermicro 6010H hang

2001-07-18 Thread Dave Cornejo
Well, damn. I've run it through a couple of reboots with a fresh current SMP kernel and it boots like a champ... Where were you a couple of weeks ago when I started trying to solve this problem? ;-) At least I learned a lot about debugging kernels... thanks for your guess! dave c This is

Last night's kernel panics on loading routed.

2001-07-18 Thread Jim Bryant
Anyone else experiencing this? I am cvsupping right now, and see no changes today to the network stack or to routed. jim -- ET has one helluva sense of humor! He's always anal-probing right-wing schizos! _ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free

-current buildkernel fails on custom kernel

2001-07-18 Thread Vincent Poy
linking kernel.debug linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_mount': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to `pfs_mount' linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_init': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to `pfs_init' linprocfs.o: In function