Re: make installworld failure in usr.bin/tip

2001-11-17 Thread Mark Murray
Mark, Poul-Henning, So, what was the concensus? Should we fix this in Makefile, or just put this as an UPDATING entry and have users manually remove the old UUCP stuff? Erm, it _is_ fixed in the makefile. If you have a better method, lets hear it. :-) M On Sat, Nov 03, 2001 at

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/compat/svr4 svr4_stream.c src/sys/kern kern_descrip.c sys_socket.c uipc_socket.c uipc_socket2.c uipc_syscalls.c uipc_usrreq.c src/sys/net raw_cb.c raw_usrreq.c src/sys/netatalk ddp_usrreq.c src/sys/netatm atm_socket.c ...

2001-11-17 Thread Nickolay Dudorov
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED] Matt Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: dillon 2001/11/16 19:07:12 PST Modified files: sys/compat/svr4 svr4_stream.c sys/kern kern_descrip.c sys_socket.c uipc_socket.c uipc_socket2.c uipc_syscalls.c

Re: building cvsup from ports

2001-11-17 Thread Mark Murray
John I have a patch (courtesy of Brian Somers) that fixes M3. I believe he has submitted it to you. May I/We commit it? M Hello all, Sounds like a silly place to post this but...here goes. I'm getting errors compiling cvsup from ports. The ports tree installed is the default coming

XawTV dump a core in CURRENT

2001-11-17 Thread S . W . Liu
XawTV dump a core in CURRENT? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: building cvsup from ports

2001-11-17 Thread Erik Greenwald
John I have a patch (courtesy of Brian Somers) that fixes M3. I believe he has submitted it to you. May I/We commit it? M could this patch please be made available via HTTP or anon FTP? so those of us unable to install cvsup can get it? :) thnx -Erik [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Today's kernel can't seem to load linux.

2001-11-17 Thread Edwin Culp
I just rebooted and was put into single user with the following message: /boot/kernel/kernel: KLD linprocfs.ko: depends on linux - not available I just had to comment out my linproc entry in fstab and booted fine but linux emulation doesn't work. If I try to load it manually, I get and Exec

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes: : I don't know -current. what is the feature which replace kget ? : does boot -c (or whatever) still exists ? is it possible to : edit KERNEL.hints at boot time ? set/unset works. I've removed ISA devices at boot time by unsetting the 'at'

Re: Sysinstall is still horribly broken.

2001-11-17 Thread Makoto Matsushita
nelsont I had to toss my 2001 snapshot because it still had nelsont the /mnt/dev sysinstall problem which was apparently nelsont fixed as of 2002. It isn't. I'll try to investigate tomorrow (strictly speaking, 'late today in JST'; I'm sleepy), but according to my intuition,

Re: Sysinstall is still horribly broken.

2001-11-17 Thread Trent Nelson
On Sun, Nov 18, 2001 at 05:10:30AM +0900, Makoto Matsushita wrote: nelsont I had to toss my 2001 snapshot because it still had nelsont the /mnt/dev sysinstall problem which was apparently nelsont fixed as of 2002. It isn't. I'll try to investigate tomorrow (strictly

[Fwd: AMD not existing USB devices]

2001-11-17 Thread Jan Stocker
Hi, i dont know where is the right place for this questions. On my -current FreeBSD system exist a USB device which is not always attached. My amd is configured to automount this device: cam type:=pcfs;dev:=/dev/da0s1;opts:=rw which runs quite fine, if the device is attached at

Re: re-entrancy and the IP stack.

2001-11-17 Thread George V. Neville-Neil
Are y'all going to discuss this at BSDCon? I'm probably going there and would like to contribute if I could. Later, George To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: re-entrancy and the IP stack.

2001-11-17 Thread George V. Neville-Neil
I recommend you all look at The Click Modular router http://www.pdos.lcs.mit.edu/click/ which is a step in the right direction. Of course given the current architecture it may be very hard to adapt it to this kind of model. I led/worked on a project at Wind River Systems to do a

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Cyrille Lefevre
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes: : I don't know -current. what is the feature which replace kget ? : does boot -c (or whatever) still exists ? is it possible to : edit KERNEL.hints at boot time ? set/unset works. I've removed ISA devices at boot

Re: re-entrancy and the IP stack.

2001-11-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* George V. Neville-Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED] [07 16:17] wrote: I recommend you all look at The Click Modular router http://www.pdos.lcs.mit.edu/click/ which is a step in the right direction. Of course given the current architecture it may be very hard to adapt it to this kind of

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes: : Warner Losh wrote: : In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes: : : I don't know -current. what is the feature which replace kget ? : : does boot -c (or whatever) still exists ? is it possible to : : edit KERNEL.hints at boot

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Peter Wemm
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes : : Warner Losh wrote: : In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre wr ites: : : I don't know -current. what is the feature which replace kget ? : : does boot -c (or whatever) still exists ? is it possible to

Re: Today's kernel can't seem to load linux.

2001-11-17 Thread Peter Wemm
Edwin Culp wrote: I just rebooted and was put into single user with the following message: /boot/kernel/kernel: KLD linprocfs.ko: depends on linux - not available I just had to comment out my linproc entry in fstab and booted fine but linux emulation doesn't work. If I try to load it

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Wemm writes: : Warner Losh wrote: : In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre writes : : : : Warner Losh wrote: : : In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cyrille Lefevre wr : ites: : : : I don't know -current. what is the feature which replace kget ? :

Re: PATCH: sysinstall to remove userconfig code

2001-11-17 Thread Cyrille Lefevre
Warner Losh wrote: [snip] Actually, now that I think about it, the module I saw was in 'C'. So someone needs to learn forth to do this. :-) what are you waiting for ? :P it's still possible to install gforth (don't know if it's compatible w/ loader ?) and to begin to read the gforth info

Re: make installworld failure in usr.bin/tip

2001-11-17 Thread Bruce Evans
On Fri, 16 Nov 2001, Mark Murray wrote: Mark, Poul-Henning, So, what was the concensus? Should we fix this in Makefile, or just put this as an UPDATING entry and have users manually remove the old UUCP stuff? Erm, it _is_ fixed in the makefile. If you have a better method, lets hear