Re: world broken

2001-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I saw this too. It is caused by garbage in the source tree (crtbegin.s in this case) and bug(s) in in the rule to create crtbegin.o). I'm not sure what created the garbage. For me, I think it was caused by playing with cross-compiles (I tried

Discovering -CURRENT...

2001-07-19 Thread Olivier Cortes
Hi everyone ! I installed -CURRENT some time ago... i would like to help and do some testing on my spare time. for now i build (once a week on average) and use as much as i can. many ports don't work (but i think it's normal, problems with pthread - seg fault), so i compile them on my -STABLE

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 12:24:07AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: I'm saying fix it both places, or it obviously is not a sufficient justification for a decision. Or to put it another way if you are willing to live with it in one place, why not two?. What on earth are you talking

Re: netpbm broken on current crtn.o new binutils ?

2001-07-19 Thread David O'Brien
On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 12:32:40PM -0700, Manfred Antar wrote: (/usr/local/bin)505}./pnmtopng /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/crtn.o: unsupported file type Fix is in the pipeline. Sometimes the commit process to the FSF/GNU tree is a slow one. -- -- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) To

world broken

2001-07-19 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
Top of tree: -- stage 4: building libraries -- cd /usr/src; MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX=/sec/obj COMPILER_PATH=/sec/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/libexec:/sec/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/bin

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Terry Lambert
Kris Kennaway wrote: a) libcrypt has been reunified for 7 months now; Peter did it last December. Someone needs to tell my newly installed 4.3 system this. 4.3-RELEASE _did_ come out after that, right? I guess this wasn't MFC'ed? It seems to _still_ not have been MFC'ed in my 4.3-STABLE

Re: ncurses: 4.x - 5.x buildworld failure + patch

2001-07-19 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have used essentially the same patch (with ${LDFLAGS} instead of -static) for a year or two, but I don't quite understand why you needed it. make_keys and make_hash are

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 01:37:16AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: a) libcrypt has been reunified for 7 months now; Peter did it last December. Someone needs to tell my newly installed 4.3 system this. 4.3-RELEASE _did_ come out after that, right? I guess this

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-19 Thread Bruce Evans
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Matthew Jacob 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. This may also have

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 02:01:31AM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 01:37:16AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: a) libcrypt has been reunified for 7 months now; Peter did it last December. Someone needs to tell my newly installed 4.3 system this.

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-19 Thread sthaug
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. This may also have caused your disklabel problems. The

Re: netpbm broken on current crtn.o new binutils ?

2001-07-19 Thread Alexander Kabaev
I did not test this myself, but adding -lz to the LFDLAGS in pnmtopng linking command or removing bogus empty -L before existing -lz switch might help to work around the problem. The bug is triggered by the code in ld which tries to determine what other shared libraries binary should depend on in

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-19 Thread Bruce Evans
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED] 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. This

Re: world broken

2001-07-19 Thread Bruce Evans
On 19 Jul 2001, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: Top of tree: -- stage 4: building libraries -- ... cd /usr/src/gnu/lib/csu; make _EXTRADEPEND cc -O -pipe -march=k6

-current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread Vincent Poy
With a July 18, 2001 sources, it seems like the kernel hands at the entropy harvesting stage ctrl-t shows: load : 098 cmd : sycctl 51 [running] 4.51u 210.37s 0% 172k It will just sit there forever until ctrl-c is hit. Anyone knows what's wrong? Thanks. Cheers, Vince -

Re: -current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread David Wolfskill
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 02:48:10 -1000 (HST) From: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] With a July 18, 2001 sources, it seems like the kernel hands at the entropy harvesting stage ctrl-t shows: load : 098 cmd : sycctl 51 [running] 4.51u 210.37s 0% 172k It will just sit there

The Gold Is On! Are You Ready?

2001-07-19 Thread Sam Song
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Re: Userbase of -current

2001-07-19 Thread Matthew D. Fuller
On Wed, Jul 18, 2001 at 09:34:41PM -0400, a little birdie told me that Garance A Drosihn remarked 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

Re: fatal flaw in diskcheckd...

2001-07-19 Thread Matthew Jacob
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Matthew Jacob 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. This may

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 12:24 AM -0700 7/19/01, Terry Lambert wrote: I guess I need to paint a picture... I guess we need to just ignore you on this particular topic. -- Garance Alistair Drosehn= [EMAIL PROTECTED] Senior Systems Programmer or [EMAIL PROTECTED] Rensselaer Polytechnic

Re: -current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread Alexander Leidinger
On 19 Jul, David Wolfskill wrote: It will just sit there forever until ctrl-c is hit. Anyone knows what's wrong? Thanks. This was discussed (to some extent) aboust a week a half ago in -current. It seems (pointed out by Alexander Leidinger [EMAIL PROTECTED]) that -- for some of

did somebody notice a crash in ip_output if you're using multicast?

2001-07-19 Thread Matthew Jacob
fatal kernel trap: trap entry = 0x2 (memory management fault) cpuid = 0 faulting va= 0x48 type = access violation cause = load instructon pc = 0xfc4ce89c ra = 0xfc4ce874 sp =

Re: -current buildkernel fails on custom kernel

2001-07-19 Thread Dima Dorfman
Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: linking kernel.debug linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_mount': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to `pfs_mount' You compiled in linprocfs but not pseudofs. Don't do that: the former depends on the latter. To

Re: did somebody notice a crash in ip_output if you're using multicast?

2001-07-19 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
Could you please try the attached patch and see if it helps? On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 12:40:11PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote: fatal kernel trap: trap entry = 0x2 (memory management fault) cpuid = 0 faulting va= 0x48 type = access violation

Re: did somebody notice a crash in ip_output if you're using multicast?

2001-07-19 Thread Matthew Jacob
I'll try it if I can get booted again :-) Yea, I found the panic line- /* Record statistics for this interface address. */ if (!(flags IP_FORWARDING)) { * ia-ia_ifa.if_opackets++; ia-ia_ifa.if_obytes +=

Re: did somebody notice a crash in ip_output if you're using multicast?

2001-07-19 Thread Matthew Jacob
Had to make a minor change to make sure isbroadcast was set, but yes, that worked, thank you! -matt Index: ip_output.c === RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/sys/netinet/ip_output.c,v retrieving revision 1.130 diff -u -r1.130

Re: -current buildkernel fails on custom kernel

2001-07-19 Thread Vincent Poy
On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Dima Dorfman wrote: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: linking kernel.debug linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_mount': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to `pfs_mount' You compiled in linprocfs but not pseudofs. Don't do

Re: -current buildkernel fails on custom kernel

2001-07-19 Thread Jim Bryant
Vincent Poy wrote: On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Dima Dorfman wrote: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: linking kernel.debug linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_mount': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to `pfs_mount' You compiled in linprocfs

Re: -current buildkernel fails on custom kernel

2001-07-19 Thread Vincent Poy
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, Jim Bryant wrote: Vincent Poy wrote: On Wed, 18 Jul 2001, Dima Dorfman wrote: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: linking kernel.debug linprocfs.o: In function `_linprocfs_mount': /usr/src/sys/compat/linprocfs/linprocfs.c:748: undefined reference to

Re: libedit replacement for libreadline

2001-07-19 Thread Terry Lambert
Kris Kennaway 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.) [ ... remember this sentence; it answers your question ... ] I'm saying fix it both places, or it obviously is not a

Re: netpbm broken on current crtn.o new binutils ?

2001-07-19 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ 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:

Re: netpbm broken on current crtn.o new binutils ?

2001-07-19 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Andrew Kenneth Milton ]-- | +---[ 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. | |

Re: -current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread Vincent Poy
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 19 Jul, David Wolfskill wrote: It will just sit there forever until ctrl-c is hit. Anyone knows what's wrong? Thanks. This was discussed (to some extent) aboust a week a half ago in -current. It seems (pointed out by

acpica malfunctions

2001-07-19 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi. I'm running -current whose source tree was checked out as TZ=UTC cvs co -D'2001-07-12' src on VAIO PCG-C1XE(PentiumII with 64Mbytes of RAM) and have some problems: 1. Acpica modules hangs in AcpiRsCalculateByteStreamLength() called from AcpiRsCreateByteStream() called from

Re: acpica malfunctions

2001-07-19 Thread Mike Smith
Hi. I'm running -current whose source tree was checked out as TZ=UTC cvs co -D'2001-07-12' src on VAIO PCG-C1XE(PentiumII with 64Mbytes of RAM) and have some problems: 1. Acpica modules hangs in AcpiRsCalculateByteStreamLength() called from AcpiRsCreateByteStream() called

5-current's LD updated

2001-07-19 Thread David O'Brien
Please let me know if you have *any* LD problems with the updated LD. The proper version (from ld -v) is 2.11.2 20010719 [FreeBSD]. Note, I plan to MFC this for 4.4. -- -- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body

Re: -current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread nnd
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] you wrote: On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, David Wolfskill wrote: Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 02:48:10 -1000 (HST) From: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] With a July 18, 2001 sources, it seems like the kernel hands at the entropy harvesting stage ctrl-t shows: load :

Re: -current kernel hangs?

2001-07-19 Thread Vincent Poy
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, David Wolfskill wrote: Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2001 02:48:10 -1000 (HST) From: Vincent Poy [EMAIL PROTECTED] With a July 18, 2001 sources, it seems like the kernel hands at the entropy harvesting stage ctrl-t shows: load : 098 cmd : sycctl 51 [running] 4.51u

[HEADS UP]:ACPI S2-S4BIOS code was commited.

2001-07-19 Thread Takanori Watanabe
I now commited ACPI S2-S4BIOS code. In some machine, there are problem after resume. For example, keyboard will not work. (Keyboard reset required in DEVICE_RESUME method.) But it worked. Please try it. Takanori Watanabe a href=http://www.planet.sci.kobe-u.ac.jp/~takawata/key.html; Public Key/a

scsi tape problem

2001-07-19 Thread Kent Hauser
Hi, I did a make release on a CURRENT (Jul 15) system and find I can't boot from the CD if my adaptec 29160 SCSI controller my Sony SDT-11000 4mm DAT are installed. The kernel probe successfully finds the devices, but the booting hangs with probing for system devices (this may take a while)