Re: The Matrix screensaver, v.0.2

1999-08-22 Thread Chuck Robey
Maybe we *should* go approach the producers? I have gone to that movie several times, and I keep on enjoying it, so this is GOOD PR for them. +------- Chuck Robey | Interests include any kind of voice or data [EMAIL

Re: The Matrix screensaver, v.0.2

1999-08-22 Thread Chuck Robey
(which is what I'll tell the folks). Too bad I don't live in LA anymore, I used to know the right folks to go to. +--- Chuck Robey | Interests include any kind of voice or data [EMAIL PROTECTED] | com

Re: PNP ids missing in sio.c

1999-09-04 Thread Chuck Robey
he message ---+------- Chuck Robey| Interests include any kind of voice or data [EMAIL PROTECTED] | communications topic, C programming, and Unix. 213 Lakeside Drive Apt T-1 | Greenbelt, MD 20770| picnic.mat.net: FreeBSD/i386 (301) 220-2114 | jaunt.mat.net

Re: ports/13729: strip(1) exits with an error on script file - causessevere portability problems

1999-09-15 Thread Chuck Robey
. Release-Note: Audit-Trail: Unformatted: To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-ports" in the body of the message ---+------- Chuck Robey| Interests include any kin

Re: Loss of Functionality with newpnp

1999-09-26 Thread Chuck Robey
totally). This is just data if you wanted it. I can see the answer isn't laying at your fingertips, so I will continue to read code. Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr

Linux emulation

1999-10-04 Thread Chuck Robey
? Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications, and signal processing. Greenbelt, MD 20770| I run picnic.mat.net: FreeBSD-current(i386) and (301) 220-2114

COMMAND_SET ?

1999-10-12 Thread Chuck Robey
I'm looking at sys/boot/common/pnp.c so I can find out how pnp is handled, and I found something called a COMMAND_SET, and I can't figure out what it means. Any takers? Chuck Robey| Interests include C

Re: The eventual fate of BLOCK devices.

1999-10-13 Thread Chuck Robey
. There may be other RDBMSes that do this. Informix, should a miracle occur and they decide to suport FreeBSD, definitely want the same. Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside

Re: The eventual fate of BLOCK devices.

1999-10-13 Thread Chuck Robey
right, they use a raw partition, and their own buffering. Warner Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications, and signal processing

Re: linux emulation broken..

1999-10-14 Thread Chuck Robey
rrent" in the body of the message To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C programmi

call graph

1999-10-20 Thread Chuck Robey
there could be such a thing arising from the profiling code, or something like that. Sure would do me a *whole* lot of good, if I could get such a thing. Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming

Re: trek73

1999-10-23 Thread Chuck Robey
... I haven't played trek in a looong time, is this one better in some way than the one already there? If it doesn't get into /usr/games, anyhow, it can certainly go into ports. Chuck Robey| Interests include

lsof broken

1999-10-24 Thread Chuck Robey
It's broken trying to work with the name cache, and dies because it can't find the name NCACHE. Where is this guy? Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1

Re: linux emulation broken.. (solution)

1999-10-25 Thread Chuck Robey
Csanady Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications, and signal processing. Greenbelt, MD 20770| I run picnic.mat.net: FreeBSD-current

Re: CTM-deltas generation sptopped ?

1999-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
, and I have mail out to the owner of the system. Now that I'm aware, I will follow this as fast as I can. Peter Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1

Re: CTM-deltas generation sptopped ?

1999-01-03 Thread Chuck Robey
On Fri, 5 Nov 1999, Chuck Robey wrote: On Thu, 4 Nov 1999, Peter Jeremy wrote: On 1999-Nov-03 23:58:00 +1100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are no new CTM-deltas on 'ctm.freebsd.org' at least 22 hours. The last e-mail delta I have is cvs-cur.5804, which arrived here

console problem

2002-12-01 Thread Chuck Robey
(indicating to me that rc had finished, just no response from the console). Machine is a 2 processor Tyan Thunder, 1G memory, two Athlons, scsi disks and eide both. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java

Re: console problem

2002-12-01 Thread Chuck Robey
== I cc'ed Warner on this. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and SF/Fantasy. New Year's Resolution: I

Re: console problem

2002-12-02 Thread Chuck Robey
. It went away after reflash, and your references to the mobo reminded me. Tonight, I'll see if the video just goes back to the onboard card. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL

Re: console problem

2002-12-02 Thread Chuck Robey
fine, after, no effect. It's acting as if the mapping in memory to the video buffer has changed. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications

Re: 5.0-DP2 boot failure on a 440GX motherboard

2002-12-03 Thread Chuck Robey
. The problem didn't happen with DP1. -Arun To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming

RE: console problem

2002-12-04 Thread Chuck Robey
Message- From: Holm Tiffe [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2002 7:27 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: console problem Chuck Robey wrote: I've been on vacation for the last week, so I haven't been watching -current like a good boy should

dri-devel - HEADS-UP

2002-12-30 Thread Chuck Robey
-current. If anyone can either show I'm wrong, or verify my experience, if you'd post your results you'd be doing everyone a favor. I won't mind being proven wrong. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming

Re: which(1), rewritten in C?

2000-03-02 Thread Chuck Robey
he message -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the

Re: which(1), rewritten in C?

2000-03-02 Thread Chuck Robey
On Thu, 2 Mar 2000, Laurence Berland wrote: Which is also a perl script, which sh uses (since it's not a builtin there). It does the same thing as the which that's built in to bash and tcsh and csh Oh, then it does it dynamically? That must be why it's slow. OK, thanks. Chuck Robey

Re: CTM deltas

2000-03-11 Thread Chuck Robey
. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the dictionary

Re: Optimisation patch

2000-03-23 Thread Chuck Robey
freebsd-current" in the body of the message ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will no

Re: SMP buildworld times / performance tests

2000-03-29 Thread Chuck Robey
. Did it again! Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people

Re: Perl 5.6.0?

2000-04-02 Thread Chuck Robey
to do it *for* Mark? Thanks, Tom Veldhouse [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message -------- Chuck Robey|

Re: Perl 5.6.0?

2000-04-03 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 3 Apr 2000, Christopher Masto wrote: On Sun, Apr 02, 2000 at 05:56:22PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: On Sun, 2 Apr 2000, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: Are there any plans to merge perl-5.6.0 into current? I don't have any plans for using it currently, but I curious. Hmm

Re: Installworld to /some/where/...

2000-04-05 Thread Chuck Robey
he message To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeB

Re: Integrating QMAIL in the world

2000-04-12 Thread Chuck Robey
l. Just have a reasonable bit of compassion for everyone else. That's not to say the huge hurt it would do to FreeBSD to all reviewers and the public at large, just to save you "a bit of a pain". ---- Chuck Robe

Re: Integrating QMAIL in the world

2000-04-12 Thread Chuck Robey
w in the heck do you expect Joe Public to do better? ALWAYS provide sensible default values, not a bunch of expert questions. ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTE

Re: Integrating QMAIL in the world

2000-04-12 Thread Chuck Robey
at FreeBSD comes out of the box so fully functional, it does make it a bit of a pain for those of us who intend to build servers - we have to disable the original before installing a new package. :-/ ---- Chuck Robe

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Chuck Robey
. I think interfaces are great, and I have very dire opinions about the quality of most template code (from C++). -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, comm

Re: Anyone have OpenSSH + X11-fwd working?

2000-04-21 Thread Chuck Robey
ither a configuration variable or environmental variable that ssh reads, that will give the same effect as the -q flag, so that I can stop seeing those stupid warnings about the size of the key being off by one? Thanks. ------

Archive pruning

2000-04-24 Thread Chuck Robey
old history? Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-24 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, David O'Brien wrote: On Mon, Apr 24, 2000 at 08:15:45PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: I want to bring up a suggestion. I just want a little bit of argument on it ... and if you're violently opposed, just say so, that's fine. I'm "violently opposed". :-)

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-24 Thread Chuck Robey
ut it could be aptly nicknamed the "data furnace" from just how hot it runs. I need more disk! -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communi

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-25 Thread Chuck Robey
it die, ok? The quiet majority that might benefit are not very likely to speak up when they are told some is impossible. Quiet majority hehe! Right Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-30 Thread Chuck Robey
to insult a newcomer, but you've picked a very poor thing to comment on. Try another, maybe one that's a bit fresher. -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | e

Re: a better idea for package dependencies

2000-05-09 Thread Chuck Robey
. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the dictionary

Re: make(1) patches to bypass quietness prescribed by @-prefixedcommands in Makefiles

2000-05-14 Thread Chuck Robey
tion would be considered bloat, and whether the variable name ``beLoud'' is appropriate in this context. ;-) Oh, what a nice present! Thanks! Thanks, -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programmin

Re: make(1) patches to bypass quietness prescribed by @-prefixedcommands in Makefiles

2000-05-14 Thread Chuck Robey
with, but it doesn't hurt, I guess, to allow for this. -dl is ok with me. I just wouldn't consider the compatibility thing a real issue if it weren't this easy to satisfy. Chuck Robey| Interests include C

vmware

2000-06-06 Thread Chuck Robey
on *really* slowly), but is there anything to be worried about in that warning above? Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing

Re: HEADS UP: Destabilization due to SMP development

2000-06-21 Thread Chuck Robey
. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the dictionary

Config problems

2000-06-25 Thread Chuck Robey
to take me an long extra while trying to get me a new kernel. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's

Re: Config problems

2000-06-25 Thread Chuck Robey
1.target="1" hint.da.2.at="scbus2" hint.da.2.target="3" hint.sa.1.at="scbus1" hint.sa.1.target="6" What does ``hint.scbus.1.bus="0"'' mean? Do I have to stick a number after the "device ahc" and "device scbus" lines (the N

Re: Config problems

2000-06-26 Thread Chuck Robey
# the costs of each syscall. options KTRACE #kernel tracing # PS/2 mouse device psm0at atkbdc? irq 12 Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PR

Re: cvs-cur.6450.gz Fatal error: Bytecount too large.

2000-07-02 Thread Chuck Robey
09:18:26 -0400 (EDT) From: Chuck Robey [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: cvs-cur Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] .. Index: /usr/src/usr.sbin/ctm/ctm/ctm.h === RCS file: /usr/cvs/src/usr.sbin

Re: Annoucning DragonFly BSD!

2003-07-17 Thread Chuck Robey
Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and SF/Fantasy. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the dictionary

Re: Annoucning DragonFly BSD!

2003-07-17 Thread Chuck Robey
On Thu, 17 Jul 2003, Brian Reichert wrote: On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 08:56:56PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: On Thu, 17 Jul 2003, Gregory Sutter wrote: To drag this back to more interesting topics, I'm not yet convinced that branching off 4.X is a good thing. Gosh, if only there were

Re: Annoucning DragonFly BSD!

2003-07-17 Thread Chuck Robey
to inconvenience his plans any (especially not when I'm really sure I don't understand them all yet). Is Larry's offer OK with you, Matt? We need off the FreeBSD lists, before complaints start up. We can advertise later, if it's necessary. LER --On Thursday, July 17, 2003 21:10:26 -0400 Chuck Robey

Re: DragonFly lists are on the DragonFly site...

2003-07-17 Thread Chuck Robey
all set up. I also have the disk space. Let me know if you are interested. LER --On Thursday, July 17, 2003 21:10:26 -0400 Chuck Robey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 17 Jul 2003, Brian Reichert wrote: On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 08:56:56PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote

Re: keyboard problems with X

2000-07-30 Thread Chuck Robey
strange. steve -- Steve Heistand [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message -------- C

Re: keyboard problems with X

2000-07-30 Thread Chuck Robey
idn't have the greatest imagination as per domain name, but at least my new dsl is up. I just wish it hadn't taken my voice line to do it. -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL

Re: Where has cvs-cur gone?

2000-10-10 Thread Chuck Robey
Stephen -------- Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED]| electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the

smp instability

2000-10-24 Thread Chuck Robey
I'm having rather extreme problems with stability on my dual PIII setup. I know this is to be expected, but it's gotten so extreme on my system, I can't spend more than a few minutes before it locks up. Is there any chance that I could make things better by using a sysctl to tell the box it's

RE: smp instability

2000-10-24 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, John Baldwin wrote: On 25-Oct-00 Chuck Robey wrote: I'm having rather extreme problems with stability on my dual PIII setup. I know this is to be expected, but it's gotten so extreme on my system, I can't spend more than a few minutes before it locks up

Re: smp instability

2000-10-24 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 24 Oct 2000, Mike Meyer wrote: Chuck Robey writes: I'm having rather extreme problems with stability on my dual PIII setup. I know this is to be expected, but it's gotten so extreme on my system, I can't spend more than a few minutes before it locks up. Is there any chance

lpd panic

2000-11-25 Thread Chuck Robey
smp kernel). If I get no reply, I guess I'm going to see about tracing this thing back. Thanks. -------- Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications,

Re: lpd panic

2000-11-26 Thread Chuck Robey
another? Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people

getting back to current

2002-06-30 Thread Chuck Robey
to scrag their system whilst doing me a favor. If you're not certain, please don't even offer, I'd hate to be the cause of your system meltdown. I appreciate any consideration I get ... Chuck Robey | Interests

Re: getting back to current

2002-07-01 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sun, 30 Jun 2002, Doug Barton wrote: Chuck Robey wrote: I've just finished going thru another medical session, this one took about 5 months, and because of the extended time spent away, I'm running 4.5 (I've been running current since 1.1, this feels really odd). I need a little

Re: Recommended MP development machines...

2002-07-04 Thread Chuck Robey
On 3 Jul, Peter Wemm wrote: Chuck Robey wrote: On Wed, 3 Jul 2002, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 07:43:22PM -0700, George V. Neville-Neil wrote: I know everyone says they all work but i'd like some recommendations on MP machines for -CURRENT work. I'll

Re: Recommended MP development machines...

2002-07-04 Thread Chuck Robey
On 3 Jul, Peter Wemm wrote: Chuck Robey wrote: On Wed, 3 Jul 2002, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Jul 03, 2002 at 07:43:22PM -0700, George V. Neville-Neil wrote: I know everyone says they all work but i'd like some recommendations on MP machines for -CURRENT work. I'll

current.freebsd.org

2002-07-07 Thread Chuck Robey
? Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible people into looking up fictitious words in the dictionary

Re: current.freebsd.org

2002-07-07 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, David W. Chapman Jr. wrote: On Sun, Jul 07, 2002 at 11:28:30PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: is that machine dead? Is it still the source of current snaps? I need to re-install (having booting problems between old version of FreeBSD and new one, easiest fix is just to re

Re: current.freebsd.org

2002-07-07 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sun, 7 Jul 2002, David O'Brien wrote: On Sun, Jul 07, 2002 at 11:28:30PM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: is that machine dead? It's dead Jim. I've asked [EMAIL PROTECTED] to CNAME current and releng4 to the .jp snap server. Perhaps a reminder to hostmaster by someone else would help

Re: current.freebsd.org

2002-07-08 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 8 Jul 2002, David O'Brien wrote: On Mon, Jul 08, 2002 at 12:32:21AM -0400, Chuck Robey wrote: Ohhhkay. The .jp site I found stopped making snaps on 6/21. Seeing as current only stabilized in the last day or so, I think first I'll write them and ask if it's going to start back up

Re: Whatever happened to CTM?

2001-03-26 Thread Chuck Robey
do, it would make at least one item easier, is all. Chuck Robey | Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I

Re: Mount problems after lockup

1999-12-05 Thread Chuck Robey
and forth for a day on one machine, can I run MAKEDEV to prepare for the new devs without ruining the system for a kernel that's about 4 months old? [No, it's not my machine, I run current -- real current]. Chuck Robey

Re: Mount problems after lockup

1999-12-05 Thread Chuck Robey
to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications, a

Re: why 'The legacy aout build' was removed from current ?

1999-12-09 Thread Chuck Robey
ern/imgact things (so we keep on executing aout binaries) then this is probably the best way to go. -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications,

Re: why 'The legacy aout build' was removed from current ?

1999-12-10 Thread Chuck Robey
imgact stuff isn't being tossed, so aout executables will still work (those that aren't otherwise incompatible). Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1

Re: linux /proc and vmware.

1999-12-16 Thread Chuck Robey
the opposite way, so that jail could work without any visibility to /proc. Chuck Robey| Interests include C programming, Electronics, 213 Lakeside Dr. Apt. T-1 | communications, and signal processing

multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Chuck Robey
noisily, like: ROOT:/dev:113 sh MAKEDEV cd1a [: 1a: bad number [: 1a: bad number Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications

Re: multiple cd devices

1999-12-30 Thread Chuck Robey
t cd unit a device should come on line as; refer to scsi(4) for details on kernel configura- tion. That makes this odd setup even odder. Can't understand why this was done. -------- Chuck Robey| Interests in

Re: xntpd - VERY old folks, how about updating? :-)

2000-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
lse really wants to keep the fight going. ---- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications, and will not sphroxify gullible| signal processing. people into looking up

Karl's day off

2000-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
into. I won't post again. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications, and will not sphroxify gullible| signal processing. people into looking up

Re: Your misleading, no, LYING message to me

2000-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
gorize him in your eyes, then I guess nothing will. Believe me, Amancio, Jonathan didn't deserve that. I think everyone really should let this darn thread die -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java progra

The mails from dev-null

2000-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
, in this situation, it rather strikes me as cowardly) and we don't need the sentiments, because you're only going to provoke this further. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I

Re: Your misleading, no LYING message to me

2000-01-02 Thread Chuck Robey
? Guys! exits stage left (at a run) -- -Matt Aww, you missed it! We had a broken bottle with your name on it! :-) Chuck Robey| Interests

Re: No cvs-cur CTM deltas

2000-01-03 Thread Chuck Robey
Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications, and will not sphroxify gullible| signal processing. people into looking up | I run picnic.mat.net: FreeBSD-current(i386

Re: i want to join the mailing list.!

2000-01-10 Thread Chuck Robey
On Tue, 11 Jan 2000, °í¹ü¼® wrote: how do i.? :) http://www.freebsd.org/support.html#mailing-list Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics

Re: Feature test for OpenSSL + RSA

2000-01-17 Thread Chuck Robey
e freebsd-current" in the body of the message -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications, and will not sphroxify gullible| signal processing. people i

Re: Feature test for OpenSSL + RSA

2000-01-17 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 17 Jan 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, 18 Jan 2000, Chuck Robey wrote: No, you meant ${RM} I couldn't find this defined in /usr/share/mk/* - it's only in bsd.port.mk, AFAICT. I'm note sure mine's up to date, where the definition is on line 876 of bsd.port.mk

breakage

2000-01-18 Thread Chuck Robey
. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, New Year's Resolution: I | electronics, communications, and will not sphroxify gullible| signal processing. people into looking up | I run picnic.mat.net: FreeBSD-current(i386

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-21 Thread Chuck Robey
On Fri, 21 Jan 2000, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Chuck Robey writes: : I would think using a fixed order would be a really bad thing, causing : overload of the first server in line. Did I misunderstand you? How about : doing a script (say in perl, it has random numbers

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-21 Thread Chuck Robey
s to allow for greater or lesser machine resources (like net access). -------- Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's

Re: when is FreeBSD-4.0 up for release ?

2000-01-21 Thread Chuck Robey
must have been hitting the delete key too fast, on several different days. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-21 Thread Chuck Robey
On Fri, 21 Jan 2000, David O'Brien wrote: On Fri, Jan 21, 2000 at 07:03:51PM -0500, Chuck Robey wrote: I don't know ... I think it might be a good idea for the cvsup client to make a connection to a cvsup master, get redirected from that master to the actual handler of the connection

Re: bzip2 in src tree (Was Re: ports/16252: bsd.port.mk: Add bzip2support for distribution patches)

2000-01-22 Thread Chuck Robey
into the base system. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible

Re: bzip2 in src tree (Was Re: ports/16252: bsd.port.mk: Add bzip2support for distribution patches)

2000-01-23 Thread Chuck Robey
the post? Regards, Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications, and signal processing. New Year's Resolution: I will not sphroxify gullible

Re: bzip2 in src tree (Was Re: ports/16252: bsd.port.mk: Add bzip2 support for distribution patches)

2000-01-23 Thread Chuck Robey
sor at all is the requirement, and gzip currently is better for that. Ask me again in 18 months, maybe bzip2 will use less memory and be faster, and it's quite likely that it will be far more popular at ftp sites. -------- C

Re: bzip2 in src tree (Was Re: ports/16252: bsd.port.mk: Add bzip2support for distribution patches)

2000-01-23 Thread Chuck Robey
On Sun, 23 Jan 2000, Alex Zepeda wrote: On Sun, 23 Jan 2000, Chuck Robey wrote: Ask me again in 18 months, maybe bzip2 will use less memory and be faster, and it's quite likely that it will be far more popular at ftp sites. Have you looked at the memory usage when you use the -s flag

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-24 Thread Chuck Robey
no probing, had feedback, and forced shared load in spite of user misconfiguration. Got shouted down. Chuck Robey| Interests include C Java programming, FreeBSD, [EMAIL PROTECTED] | electronics, communications

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-24 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 24 Jan 2000, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Chuck Robey writes: : That's the precise reason I suggested a system that used no probing, had : feedback, and forced shared load in spite of user misconfiguration. Got : shouted down. One reason I think that you've

Re: Please help spread the CVSup mirror load more evenly

2000-01-24 Thread Chuck Robey
On Mon, 24 Jan 2000, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Chuck Robey writes: : Oh. If that's a problem, it would be a fatal problem (would be for me, : sometimes). It used to be a big problem. When cvsup was first getting mirrors, some seemed to update every 15 minutes

Re: Possible CTM problem

2000-01-24 Thread Chuck Robey
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