pnp.h missing

1999-09-03 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
../../i386/isa/if_ed.c:84: i386/isa/pnp.h: No such file or directory cvsupped twice four hours apart. World builds and installs ok. find /sys -name pnp.h returns only the pnp in my build directory. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| P:+61 7 3870 0066 | Andrew The Internet (Aust)

Re: Fixed sound card problem.

1999-09-04 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Arthur H. Johnson II ]- | I fixed the sound card problem I was having. I just commented out the pnp | driver. I know I will run into problems later if I ever get pnp devices, | but its a temporary fix. Pcm doesn't work for me anymore with or

Memory Strange-o's with Current

1999-09-04 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
Something that was working yesterday no longer works since I've made world. Out of memory (Needed 8192 bytes) python in free(): warning: junk pointer, too high to make sense. Out of memory (Needed 8192 bytes) python in free(): warning: junk pointer, too high to make sense. I've rebuilt python

Re: Fixed sound card problem.

1999-09-04 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Doug Rabson ]- | On Sat, 4 Sep 1999, Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote: | | +[ Arthur H. Johnson II ]- | | I fixed the sound card problem I was having. I just commented out the pnp | | driver. I

Re: [PATCH] note the __sF change in src/UPDATING

2002-11-08 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Steve Kargl ]-- | | I agree with Dan. Let's do it now. My understanding is | that 5.0 will be an early adopter release and production | systems should run 4.7{8,9,..} until 5.1 is released. | | To accomplish the change, I think we need to do: | 1. Install a

Re: perl5.6.1 wrapper

2002-11-13 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Garance A Drosihn ]-- | At 10:58 PM + 11/12/02, Mark Murray wrote: | On Tue, Nov 12, 2002 at 08:15:09AM -0500, Garance A Drosihn wrote: | | I would rather have some explicit list of filenames where we have | good reason to delete them, and then adapt the

Re: jdk 1.3.1_6 linux compilation.

2002-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Marcin Dalecki ]-- | | (I'm still fetching the whole Linux emulation environment just | to get openoffice up and running again... g...) make -DNATIVE_BOOTSTRAP install for /usr/ports/java/jdk13 should avoid needing the Linux Emu just to get Java running... I

Re: syslog:soffice.bin (ooo-1.0.1) sched_get_priority_min/max

2002-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Daniel Flickinger ]-- | Every program in ooo-1.0.1 I have tried seems to be working | correctly, but syslog is logging copious quantities of: | | cmd soffice.bin pid 817 tried to use non-present sched_get_priority_min | cmd soffice.bin pid 817 tried to

Re: syslog:soffice.bin (ooo-1.0.1) sched_get_priority_min/max

2002-11-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Gary Jennejohn ]-- | Andrew Kenneth Milton writes: | +---[ Daniel Flickinger ]-- | | Every program in ooo-1.0.1 I have tried seems to be working | | correctly, but syslog is logging copious quantities of: | | | | cmd soffice.bin

Re: /usr/ports/graphics/lcms fails test on current with P4

2002-12-06 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ James Satterfield ]-- | The lcms port fails it's build time tests on current with a P4. I believe | this builds on non-P4 systems running current. Builds fine on my athlon under current. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| | Andrew Milton

Re: bin/19635: add -c for grand total to df(1), like du(1) does

2000-07-06 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Sheldon Hearn ]- | | As a side issue, can anyone explain these peculiar results from df(1)'s | huamn-readable (-h) output: | | Filesystem Size Used Avail Capacity Mounted on | mfs:26 87M11K80M 0%

Re: TESTERS WANTED for ATAng preview 2

2003-08-16 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Soeren Schmidt ]-- | | The story continues with Preview 2 - from the README: | | Now the functionality is almost equal to that of stock ATA, I'm getting | close to being ready to expose this on the -current users, so please | give this a go to shake out the last

Re: TESTERS WANTED for ATAng preview 2

2003-08-16 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Andrew Kenneth Milton ]-- | +---[ Soeren Schmidt ]-- | | | | The story continues with Preview 2 - from the README: | | | | Now the functionality is almost equal to that of stock ATA, I'm getting | | close to being ready to expose

Re: support for mounting md(4) based filesystem at boot [PATCHES]

2003-06-19 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | | I think we need somebody to reconsider how we configure our filesystems | in the future, in order to avoid a confusion of config files whose | interrelationship users will have no chance of figuring out. | | We have CCD, GBDE, MD and in the

Re: Screen saver: bsd_saver.

2003-06-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Pawel Jakub Dawidek ]-- | Hello there. | | I've wrote screen saver for FreeBSD 5.x with rotating bsd logo. | | http://garage.freebsd.pl/bsd_saver.tbz | | Any chance to add it to tree? It'd be nice if it automatically reverted to low-res mode if it can't

Re: Where is NOTES?

2003-01-20 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Paolo Pisati ]-- | | I've just installed a fresh 5.0-RELEASE, and i found | a rather odd surprise: | | the NOTES files (both!!!) vanished | Instead of NOTES i found the old LINT in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/, | and nothing in /usr/src/sys/conf/. | | Any idea?

Re: Realtek 8139B detected

2003-02-19 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Martin Minkus ]-- | During boot, i get the following: | [snip] | I really want to start upgrading to 5.0 (There are no other issues, and | some people i know have been running 5.0-CURRENT ever since work on 5.0 | began). I found that if I tried to specify any

Re: XFree 4 DRM/DRI under -CURRENT

2001-10-02 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Sameh Ghane ]-- | Hi, | | Did anyone find a way to compile the x11-servers/XFree86-4-Server port ? | | According to the Makefile it is not possible to build it since FreeBSD 500013. | Will a package built under 500013 work under 500013 ? It's busted since the

Re: Panic changing screen mode with vidcontrol

2001-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Peter Jeremy ]-- | Having installed a new kernel and userland from sources about a day | old, my vidcontrol command now causes a panic: [snip] | The command I used was vidcontrol 132x60 after confirming that | this was listed in vidcontrol -i mode. I have

Re: Panic changing screen mode with vidcontrol

2001-11-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Jim Bryant ]-- | Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote | | +---[ Peter Jeremy ]-- | | Having installed a new kernel and userland from sources about a day | | old, my vidcontrol command now causes a panic: | | [snip] | | | The command I used

Is there a script for updating sources for KSE?

2001-10-05 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
Is there a script for updating sources from pre-kse to post-kse status? Both the vmware ports, and drm ports all need some work done to bring them up to scratch with the KSE changes. So is there a tool, or does it all have to be done manually? -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet|

Re: Is there a script for updating sources for KSE?

2001-10-05 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Andrew Kenneth Milton ]-- | Is there a script for updating sources from pre-kse to post-kse status? | | Both the vmware ports, and drm ports all need some work done to bring them up | to scratch with the KSE changes. | | So is there a tool, or does it all have

Re: Dangerously dedicated yet again (was: cvs commit: src/sys/kern subr_diskmbr.c)

2001-12-09 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ David W. Chapman Jr. ]-- | : IBM DTLA drives are known to rotate fast enough near the spindle | : that the sustained write speed exceeds the ability of the controller | : electronics to keep up, and results in crap being written to disk. | | | I would

[OT] RMS Suing was [SUGGESTION] - JFS for FreeBSD

2001-12-12 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Terry Lambert ]-- | | RMS has indicated a willingness to sue people distributing bipartite | distributions, where the linking is delayed until installation to | work around the letter of the GPL. Given his religious convictions, | I can't see him *not*. Factor that

Re: [OT] RMS Suing was [SUGGESTION] - JFS for FreeBSD

2001-12-12 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrew Kenneth Milt | on writes: | +---[ Terry Lambert ]-- | | | | RMS has indicated a willingness to sue people distributing bipartite | | distributions, where the linking is delayed until

Re: [OT] RMS Suing was [SUGGESTION] - JFS for FreeBSD

2001-12-12 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Terry Lambert ]-- | | Only the copyright holder can do this, what code of any significance has | RMS contributed recently to this or any other project where this would be | a consideration? | | I can't argue with that; historically, IBM has never sued anyone, and

Re: [OT] RMS Suing was [SUGGESTION] - JFS for FreeBSD

2001-12-12 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Terry Lambert ]-- | Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote: | | I can't argue with that; historically, IBM has never sued anyone, and | | they were oh so happy to consider another license for the year I tried | | to push for it for use in a FreeBSD based IBM product

Re: wdm 1.20 wont run on -CURRENT

2002-02-13 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Matthew Thyer ]-- | I have seen this for about a month or two on more than one machine. Try building without PAM support. When wdm breaks for me, rebuilding with no PAM generally fixes it. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| | Andrew

Re: FreeBSD unfinished NIS+ implementation in Linux ?

2002-02-17 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Joerg Wunsch ]-- | Martin Blapp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | | Suse's Copyright: | | /* Copyright (c) 1999 Thorsten Kukuk | Author: Thorsten Kukuk [EMAIL PROTECTED] | | That would at least be a copyright violation. Not necessarily, some derived works are

Re: FreeBSD unfinished NIS+ implementation in Linux ?

2002-02-17 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Terry Lambert ]-- | Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote: | There is unfortunately a section of the GPL community who confuses this | with the right to simply relicense BSDL code whenever you want, because it | doesn't explicitly deny it. The FSF 'GPL compatible' licenses

Re: device figlet for the kernel

2002-02-22 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ John Baldwin ]-- | Those of you who waste large amounts of time on IRC, esp. on The Channel Which | Shall Rename Nameless will appreciate this: [snip] So the truth finally comes out. Now we discover the real reason -current was delayed for 12 months d8) --

Re: -current hangs with SMP enabled

2002-02-24 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Kenneth D. Merry ]-- | | I've got a SMP machine with a Supermicro P3TDE6 motherboard. (Serverworks | HE-SL chipset, dual 1.26GHz Pentium III's.) | | It boots just fine with a GENERIC -current kernel (sources cvsupped | yesterday at ~1500 MST), but hangs (at the

Re: -current hangs with SMP enabled

2002-02-25 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Glenn Gombert ]-- | There is a problem in -Current now between SCSI card(s) and the ATA | drivers, On my Dell 410 Workstation at work I commetned out the ATA driver | stuff (it was not used on that machine) and it booted fine, I think that | might just cure the SMP

ISA Soundcards that work ?

2000-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
I've now tried 5 different Sound Cards in an effort to find one that doesn't spew pcm0: hwptr went backwards 2060 - 1872 all the time. (Seems to happen more when I move my mouse (PS/2)). I've tried: SB 16 + SCSI-2 Opti 931 (MED 3931 Ver2.0) CMI8330 ES1869 (Playing sound locks the machine)

Syscons flag to turn off random_harvest in scmouse?

2000-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Andrew Kenneth Milton ]-- | I've now tried 5 different Sound Cards in an effort to find one that doesn't | spew | | pcm0: hwptr went backwards 2060 - 1872 Ok so I've been told this is related to the random module. Having had a look through the code I now

Re: Syscons flag to turn off random_harvest in scmouse?

2000-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Mark Murray ]-- | Ok so I've been told this is related to the random module. | | Related, sure, but the real problem is elsewhere. | | Having had a look through the code I now understand what the problem is. | | I think that for those people using /dev/sysmouse

Re: Syscons flag to turn off random_harvest in scmouse?

2000-11-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Mark Murray ]-- | | That is a _great_ source of entropy. | | So are disk and network accesses, I don't see harvesting code being | sprinkled inside them. Probably because more people would scream if their | network or disk performance died. | | Those are on

turning off vga_pci

2000-12-29 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
Is there a nice way to stop vga_pci from attaching to my video card, or to allow another driver to attach to it after vga_pci has done its thing? At the moment I'm removing all traces of vga_pci from the Makefile in my kernel 'compile' directory (which works)... It is preventing the drm module

Re: phk's JKH list

2002-08-19 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | | I've started to type in my mental sticky notes, have at it: | | http://people.freebsd.org/~phk/TODO/ Unfortunate choice of acronym there d8) -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| | Andrew Milton The

Voodoo3 + XFree4 + DRM - simple_lock ? :-)

2001-01-30 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
I've made a roadmap to getting hardware accel 3d support using a Voodoo3 under XFree-4. I've attached it in case anyone is interested. However, recently simple_lock and friends seem to have disappeared, and the kernel modules make some use of them (although there is still reference to it in

Re: Voodoo3 + XFree4 + DRM - simple_lock ? :-)

2001-01-30 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Jason Evans ]-- | | What are the 'new' corresponding structures and calls for simple_lock ? | | Mutexes should be used in places where simplelocks were used. With few | exceptions, sleep mutexes should be used (even though simplelocks were spin | locks). See

Re: Voodoo3 + XFree4 + DRM - simple_lock ? :-)

2001-01-31 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Alexander Leidinger ]-- | On 31 Jan, Andrew Kenneth Milton wrote: | | Glide Libraries: | | Glide3x_devel-2.2-2.i386.rpm | to install; | rpm2cpio Glide3x_devel-2.2-2.i386.rpm | cpio -i -d | cp -r usr/include/glide3 /usr/include | | Shouldn't this be /usr

Re: My world is totally broken. Request help...

2001-02-12 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Sheldon Hearn ]-- | | Seriously, now's not the time to run CURRENT "for fun". Well if now isn't when is? It's been pretty boring up until now :-) -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| P:+61 7 3870 0066 | Andrew Milton The Internet (Aust) Pty Ltd |

Re: DRI

2001-02-13 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ David W. Chapman Jr. ]-- | Anyone know if -current supports Direct Rendering Infrastructure? XFree4 supports it, it's not really a FreeBSD issue, other than actually building the drm kernel module. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| P:+61 7 3870 0066 |

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: ahc fails to attach in -current (was: snapshot installation woes)

2001-08-05 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Gordon Tetlow ]-- | On Sat, 4 Aug 2001, Gordon Tetlow wrote: | | Sure enough, that fixed the kernel panic, but here's the next odd piece, | my hard drive wasn't showing up! I have a rather standard Adaptec AHA-2940 | dmesg reports that ahc0 is there. The lines

Re: devfs and Vinum (was: any -current vinum problems?)

2001-08-14 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Greg Lehey ]-- | [snip] | whether it's been fixed. Basically, devfs as supplied in CURRENT had | a 16 character limit on device names, and it didn't understand | subdirectories: it treated the / as a part of the device name. The subdir part bit me about a week

Re: devfs and Vinum (was: any -current vinum problems?)

2001-08-15 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrew Kenneth Milton | writes: | +---[ Greg Lehey ]-- | | | | [snip] | | | whether it's been fixed. Basically, devfs as supplied in CURRENT had | | a 16 character limit on device names

Re: devfs and Vinum (was: any -current vinum problems?)

2001-08-15 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrew Kenneth Milton | writes: | | The problem turns up most violently within the XFree86 DRI Module, since | it now uses make_dev, and not mknod as it used to. | | The DRI Module first attempts to mkdir /dev

Re: devfs and Vinum (was: any -current vinum problems?)

2001-08-15 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrew Kenneth Milton | writes: | +---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | | In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrew Kenneth Milton | | writes: | | | | The problem turns up most violently within

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias

2001-08-20 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Brian Somers ]-- | This is my fault. Charles gave me permission to change these files | to a BSD license a while ago. It looks like I got it wrong :-/ | | I'll fix it now. Well since copyright was abandoned (being placed into the public domain is abandonment of

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias

2001-08-20 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Brian Somers ]-- | Check with Charles to see if he really wants to abandon copyright claims | to his code, or whether he was really implying some really liberal open source | license. | | With the BSD Copyright (only) he keeps the intellectual copyright on |

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias

2001-08-21 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Nate Williams ]-- | If you ever claimed to hold the copyright to software that has been | released into the public domain, you would be commiting fraud. | | Not if I'm the author of the software. | | I can release my software under as many licenses as I'd like,

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias

2001-08-21 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Nate Williams ]-- | | If you ever claimed to hold the copyright to software that has been | | released into the public domain, you would be commiting fraud. | | | | Not if I'm the author of the software. | | | | I can release my software under as many

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias (Summary)

2001-08-22 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
I guess we can summarize now? :-) 1) If you are the author of software, it's a bad idea to simply release code into the Public Domain, mainly because you can't protect your self from litigation by placing disclaimers in your code. 2) Public Domain means you relinquish your copyright

Re: Copyright Contradiction in libalias (Summary)

2001-08-23 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Crist J. Clark ]-- | | As an analogy, take the example of BSD-licensed code where someone | else owns the copyright (like anything in FreeBSD). Provided I follow | the limited restrictions of the BSD-license, I can pile additional | licensing terms on top of that. I

Re: Serious server-side NFS problem

1999-12-16 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Warner Losh ]- | | There is one problem with this. The amount of uptime isn't the same | as the amount of time since the machine booted. How can this happen? | When a laptop suspends, it doesn't update the update while it is | asleep, nor does

Userland PPP doesn't parse ppp.conf correctly

1999-12-22 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
I cvsupped 24 hours ago, and I just re-cvsupped and there were no changes to any ppp sources... The dial string is not being parsed correctly set dial "ABORT BUSY ABORT NO\\sCARRIER TIMEOUT 5 \"\" AT OK-AT-OK ATE1Q0 OK \\dATDT\\T TIMEOUT 40 CONNECT" The \\d and the \\T are not being parsed.

Re: Userland PPP doesn't parse ppp.conf correctly

1999-12-22 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Brian Somers ]- | | | Fixed now - my apologies. Not a problem, that's why it's -current. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| P:+61 7 3870 0066 | Andrew Milton The Internet (Aust) Pty Ltd | F:+61 7 3870 4477 | ACN: 082

libperl profiled libraries broken in -current ?

1999-12-23 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
I had make buildworld cark it on me in libperl a few times this morning (several cvsups just to be sure d8) I booted from the last 4.0 SNAPSHOT CD I got (7/5/99), and cvsupped it up. Built a kernel and rebooted, before trying to do the world thing. I put NOPROFILE = true into /etc/make.conf and

Re: Y2K problems? I thought it was over.

2000-01-03 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Andrew Sherrod ]- | Guess ELM 2.4 isn't Y2K compliant. Not a huge problem, but annoying. | | FreeBSD: | | Received: from cscfx.sytex.com ([EMAIL PROTECTED] [205.147.190.131]) | by sytex2.sytex.com (8.9.1/8.9.1) with SMTP id LAA03024 for |

Re: PPP connections die in current....

2000-01-11 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Brian Somers ]- | Running 4.0 -current as of today.on a DEC Alphaststion 233 when I dial out | I connect for about 30 seconds then it dies...here is a copy of the ppp.log | [.] | | Well, you're receiving data from the peer, but the

Re: Problem booting from aic7890/91 Ultra2 SCSI

1999-01-16 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Christopher Knight ]- | At 12:49 AM 1/17/99 +0100, Gianmarco Giovannelli wrote: | | Ok, first the conclusion... | | I am not able to boot anymore from a 3.0-current system while I can boot | quite nicely from the 3.0-RELEASE generic kernel. |

Re: pcm0: timeout flushing dbuf_out, chan 0 cnt 0xfffa41ec flags 0x00000241

1999-01-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ br...@worldcontrol.com ]- | pcm no longer works correctly the Yamaha YMF715 based sound system | of my laptop. | | mpg123 given the song 'I am pretty, oh so pretty' will produce | | I I I I I am am am am am prre prre prre ty ty ty ty , , , , oh

Re: btokup() macro in sys/malloc.h

1999-01-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ John Birrell ]- | John Polstra wrote: | Bah! You might be able to hit Bruce over there in oz. But to hit me, | you'd need an ICBM. Give me purity or give me death! Bwahahahahah! | | Nah, I even tried poisoning Sydney's water with something

Re: btokup().. STYLE(9)

1999-01-28 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Matthew Dillon ]- | | :I think that style(9) should be modified to include | :Parenthesis may be used to improve the readbility of complex | :expressions even if not strictly required. | :instead of the stupid phrase presently there. | :also: |

Re: Style (was Re: btokup()..)

1999-01-28 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Nate Williams ]- | | :I think that style(9) should be modified to include | | :Parenthesis may be used to improve the readbility of complex | | :expressions even if not strictly required. | | :instead of the stupid phrase presently there. | |

Re: btokup().. patch to STYLE(9) (fwd)

1999-01-28 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Julian Elischer ]- | yeah but not a SINGLE person has said to not commit the patch to style(9) | so I'm going to do it later tonight.. | (It doesn't make extra braces MANDATORY but it does ALLOW them.) | | julian | (if this doesn't bring some

Re: btokup().. patch to STYLE(9) (fwd)

1999-01-28 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Julian Elischer ]- | | On Fri, 29 Jan 1999, Bruce Evans wrote: | style(9) is supposed to document KNF. It is not supposed to document | best coding practices, julian's preferences or bde's preferences. | | KNF is not a static thing that

Re: btokup().. patch to STYLE(9) (fwd)

1999-01-29 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+[ Doug Rabson ]- | On Fri, 29 Jan 1999, Sheldon Hearn wrote: | | The reason I'm interested in this (now tiresome) thread is that I'd much | rather have to read | | /* | * Bail out if the time left to next transaction is less than |

Re: signal 12's everywhere on Current with update this morning.

2003-11-14 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Edmund L. Wong ]-- | | I am able to get myself to a single-user prompt as | root, but not much else. Does anyone have any | suggestions as to how I can salvage this? Or will I | have to reinstall anew? Boot from a live/fixit CD/floppy, and mount your drives and

Re: -current hangs with SMP enabled

2002-02-25 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Kenneth D. Merry ]-- | | The answer is...the USB code. I have also solved my problem, and my answer is SMB code.. When booting an SMP kernel with SMB enabled, trying to access /dev/smb0 returns device not configured (works fine in UP mode). Removing the SMB (and

Re: Discussion of guidelines for additional version control mechanisms (fwd)

2002-02-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ George V. Neville-Neil ]-- | In addition to process it might be attitude. | | | So, how do we get our attitudes adjusted before hitting a wall, | as many companies I've worked for did? Alcohol and a cam-corder d8) -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet|

Installworld failure

2002-03-16 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
=== usr.bin/netstat install -C -s -o root -g kmem -m 2555 netstat /usr/bin install: /usr/bin/INS@4uTe: Bad address consistently at that point. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises Internet| | Andrew Milton The Internet (Aust) Pty Ltd | | ACN: 082

Re: World is broken

2002-05-27 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Maxim Sobolev ]-- | Finally I have decided to give post gcc-3.1 perless world a | try, but found that world doesn't build. :(( The system in | question is 5-CURRENT makeworlded about a month ago. | | Any ideas? I had to do a make includes, and then world built fine

Re: Please test the UFS2 patch!

2002-06-05 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Poul-Henning Kamp ]-- | | Yes, if you just drop it in, nothing should change much after all. | | You can then create ufs2 filesystems with newfs -O 2 and start to | beat up the new code for good. Is it helpful to test this via md type mounts, or only on physical

Re: Looking for comments on a new utility...

2002-06-11 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Juli Mallett ]-- | | Wasn't really aware of that existing, but my understanding from another message | in this thread is it just works with the output from ps(1)? That seems a bit | icky to me. Piping commands through other commands seems icky? -- Totally

Perl Location pseudo-hardcoded for ports

2002-06-11 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
The perl location for OSVERSION = 500036 is 'hardcoded' to be ${LOCALBASE}/bin/perl in bsd.port.mk. Effectively /usr/local/bin/perl Shouldn't it use the perl wrapper in /usr/bin/perl ? I thought I'd check here first before harassing the -ports people. -- Totally Holistic Enterprises