ESS sound drivers and 4.0-current

1999-10-31 Thread Donn Miller
I believe the ESS drivers weren't committed to 4.0-current yet. When I grep ' ESS ' in /sys/i386/isa/sound, the only thing I can come up with is the ESS support that was in the old voxware sound code. Sanpei, who is developing the ESS sound drivers, says they were committed to the newpcm

Re: ESS sound drivers and 4.0-current

1999-11-01 Thread Donn Miller
Thanks for the patch; I'll try it. I have the ESS 1868 isa card. The problem I'm having isn't really volume problems. When I use RealPlayer 5.0, certain realaudio clips play through extremely fast, and I can hear the sound in bursts along the way. The speed/sample rate itself doesn't

ESS 1868 driver (again)

1999-11-03 Thread Donn Miller
I got the one email that said that there was some trouble with the ESS 1868 sound driver under FreeBSD-current. Is there an issue with -current and newpcm that is causing the 1868 sound driver to not work? Also, I'd like to know how to compile the newpcm sound driver as a loadable kernel

Re: ESS 1868 driver (again)

1999-01-02 Thread Donn Miller
On Thu, 4 Nov 1999, Luigi Rizzo wrote: guys, you should realize that the ESS1868 codecs (and friends) are extremely unfriendly to the programmer, and possibly (according to Sanpei comments) broken in their handling of auto-dma. As a consequence i cannot believe anyone wants to write a

Idea for console graphics library

1999-11-09 Thread Donn Miller
There's been a lot of talk about a console graphics library. First off, you'd have to maintain a library of drivers for each video card. So, I suggest this: Why don't we or the XFree86 project fork off a branch dedicated to console graphics? Most of the code necessary is in the XFree86

Re: dd and gzip'd files

1999-01-17 Thread Donn Miller
Alfred Perlstein wrote: On Sat, 20 Nov 1999, Donn Miller wrote: I recently tried using dd to transfer a binary image to floppy. It was the Linux root disk image, color.gz. Basically, dd works ok with non-gzipped files, but with files in gzip format, it chokes: root@lc186

Re: FreeBSD security auditing project.

1999-11-23 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 23 Nov 1999, Mark Murray wrote: Hello FreebSD'ers! 2) I propose that WE diff(1) FreeBSD with {Open|Net}BSD, and with a security perspective apply those bits that look relevant and that will work. Who nose - we may even pick up some useful featurez! While we're on the subject of

Compiling drivers as lkm's

1999-11-29 Thread Donn Miller
Is there any kernel config option that can be used to link a driver to the kernel dynamically (LKM) instead of statically? Also, I'd like to know how to write a driver as an lkm. Of course, if anyone has any links or info on how to write a driver period, I'd like to know. It seems like the

MAKEDEV newpcm driver

1999-11-29 Thread Donn Miller
So, is the right command to make the audio device entries ./MAKEDEV snd0, or does newpcm have a different method to create the audio device entries? Also, I have an ESS 1868, and I'm getting the "fast forward" effect with the newpcm driver. It's a SB compatible card. I'll attach the output

Fast forward bug and newpcm (again)

1999-11-29 Thread Donn Miller
Yes, I DO have the bridge drivers in my kernel config files, and I still get the "fast forward" effect with my ESS 1868. My guess is that it's just a bug with the ESS 1868 driver, I don't know. Maybe my ordering is wrong? I've had the sbc driver for the ESS ever since the bridge drivers came

Re: Fast forward bug and newpcm (again)

1999-11-29 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 30 Nov 1999, Seigo Tanimura wrote: On Tue, 30 Nov 1999 01:41:20 -0500, Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Donn Now, the question is, do I use the Sound Blaster bridge driver Donn for the ESS 1868? And, is my ordering wrong? sbc driver does not probe ESS1868 at this moment

Re: fdisk editor in DP2

2002-11-20 Thread Donn Miller
Jun Kuriyama wrote: I'm trying to install DP2 to old machine (P2 dual). This box has 2GB IDE disk and ran NT4 before. When entering fdisk editor after booting from CD-ROM, I cannot delete NTFS partition by D key. D key only shows cursor up (NTFS is at offset 63, offset 0 seems boot selector

ACPI and apm_saver?

2002-11-22 Thread Donn Miller
ACPI works pretty well on my HP Pavilion Notebook. But is it possible to get the apm saver (apm_saver.ko) to work with ACPI? From what I understand, acpi is a superset of apm, and is able to provide some emulation of apm functionality. So, by this principle, shouldn't apm_saver work with

Re: ACPI and apm_saver?

2002-11-22 Thread Donn Miller
Terry Lambert wrote: Donn Miller wrote: ACPI works pretty well on my HP Pavilion Notebook. But is it possible to get the apm saver (apm_saver.ko) to work with ACPI? From what I understand, acpi is a superset of apm, and is able to provide some emulation of apm functionality. So

sa_handler and sigaction...

2002-12-26 Thread Donn Miller
Just tried compiling the mgv port on current. It bombs out with the following error message: Making all in toolbar cc -DPACKAGE=\mgv\ -DVERSION=\3.1.5\ -DHAVE_PUTENV=0 -DUSE_DMALLOC=0 -DHAVE_XPM=1 -DHAVE_X11_XPM_H=1 -DHAVE_MOTIF=1 -DHAVE_LIBHELP=0 -DHAVE_EDITRES=1 -I. -I. -I. -Iwlib

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-02-28 Thread Donn Miller
John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This time it happens with a recent cvs version of wine (about 1 week old). $ wine -desktop 780x560 ./iew31.exe Could not stat /mnt/fd0, ignoring drive A: ld-elf.so.1: assert failed: /usr/src

Re: current.freebsd.org (FTP)

2000-02-29 Thread Donn Miller
Forrest Aldrich wrote: Is not allowing anonymous ftp logins. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message I noticed this too... Maybe there's too many users, and is refusing connections? Hmmm... - Donn To Unsubscribe:

Re: Two queries [ KDE / XFree86 ]

2000-02-29 Thread Donn Miller
Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 28 Feb, Cliff Rowley wrote: to site.def... Since posting my last mail, I've also encountered a similar message, thie time reported by Imlib. It's not the exact same message, but it's the same meaning. They are both having trouble getting a handle on

Re: Two queries [ KDE / XFree86 ]

2000-02-29 Thread Donn Miller
Thomas Graichen wrote: one other thing: does anyone have the XFree86 pre 4.0 snapshot running with moused and SysMouse ? - it works fine for me without moused and the moues directly under X - but with moused and "SysMouse" "/dev/sysmouse" nothing happens when moving the mouse - any further

SHM, Netscape and XFree86-4.0

2000-02-29 Thread Donn Miller
Alexander Leidinger wrote: Add "options SHMMAXPGS=8192" to your kernel-config to get rid of the errors from imlib (perhaps you have to increase the number if you still get errors after adding it). I tried this, and I still get things like "shmat() failed: could not attach shm segment" (in

Re: Upgrade to current from 3.3-RELEASE

2000-02-29 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 29 Feb 2000, Aaron Hughes wrote: I cvsup upgraded my /src dir to 'release=cvs tag=.' which I believe to be 4.0-CURRENT. I successfully completed a 'make -j10 buildworld', however, when I ran make -j10 installworld' I received the following error: Did you try make installworld,

Re: Two queries [ KDE / XFree86 ]

2000-03-01 Thread Donn Miller
On 1 Mar 2000, Thomas Graichen wrote: Basically, does your mouse work under syscons? That's the main thing. yes - "Auto" did it - looks like "SysMouse" as config entry in the XF86Config is broken - anyone here from the XFree86 devel people to take a look at this ? $ grep -5 -in sysmouse

Re: Two queries [ KDE / XFree86 ]

2000-03-01 Thread Donn Miller
On 1 Mar 2000, Thomas Graichen wrote: "XFree86-BigFont extension: shmat() failed, size = 4096, errno = 24" with those options the error is gone for me - i think the relevant one is the SHMALL (the others are for postgres) - i found this out by simply reading the piece of source of XFree86

Re: Two queries [ KDE / XFree86 ]

2000-03-01 Thread Donn Miller
On Wed, 1 Mar 2000, Cliff Rowley wrote: options SHMMAXPGS=4096 options SHMALL=16384 options SHMSEG=16 options SEMMNI=32 options SEMMNS=128 Tried those, same error :( _XF86BigfontQueryFont: could not attach shm segment Try increasing SHMSEG

Re: current.freebsd.org

2000-03-02 Thread Donn Miller
Cy Schubert - ITSD Open Systems Group wrote: What ever happened to current.freebsd.org. Here is the transcript of my last session: [snip] It's been "broken" for the last couple of days. Try releng3.freebsd.org. - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-03-07 Thread Donn Miller
John Polstra wrote: Below is a patch for "src/libexec/rtld-elf" which should fix the assert failures in wine. I'd appreciate hearing from anybody who tests this with multithreaded packages such as wine, JDK, Mozilla, and linuxthreads. [snipped patch] OK, here's some of the errors I get

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-03-08 Thread Donn Miller
John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller wrote: OK, here's some of the errors I get with Mozilla. It looks like it happens when Gdk runs out os SysV shared memory. Otherwise, if I don't get the "Gdk-WARNING **: shmget failed!", the ld.so erros nev

How to crash FreeBSD w/ mpg123 and XFree86

2000-03-03 Thread Donn Miller
First, start up XFree86. Next, play an mp3 clip in an xterm with mpg123. Next, hit cntrol+alt+F3 (or whatever) to switch to a VC while the clip is playing. Stau there for about 3 seconds. Then, switch back to X with alt+F9, or whichever VC X is running on. On my machine, the monitor goes

Re: about releng3.freebsd.org

2000-03-06 Thread Donn Miller
mika ruohotie wrote: just a thought, would it be possible to have ls-lR and ls-lR.gz over there? You could just ftp into the server, and at the root directory, do: ls -lR ls-lR It will ask you if you want to save to local file ls-lR. Press y. - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Discussions and facts [Was: Re: ssh strangeness in -current...]

2000-03-06 Thread Donn Miller
Marc Schneiders wrote: I find it quite a problem that one is supposed to read very long threads of discussions (which one may not be interested in, does not have the time for, or cannot understand) in order to find the information necessary to run and keep up with current without problems.

Weird problems with my IDE HD

2000-03-13 Thread Donn Miller
I've got two HD's in my machine: one's an older one (WDMA2) and the other one, my main one, is newer (UDMA33). With recent kernel builds, I've noticed some strange problems with the older HD. When I try to to something like fsck -y on the drive, fsck just hangs. Also, if I have that drive

Re: Weird problems with my IDE HD

2000-03-13 Thread Donn Miller
On Mon, 13 Mar 2000, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Donn Miller wrote: I'm trying to determine if it's because my drive is bad, or was there something that was changed in the ATA driver that may be causing this? Output of dmesg: There was a window where the ata driver had a problem

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-15 Thread Donn Miller
Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Mar 15), Maxim Sobolev said: I've just upgraded my production server to the 4.0-RELEASE and found that squid23 when compiled with -Os option dying with signal 11 on each attempt to load page. When I recompiled it with -O fault disappeared. After

Re: panic during make depend

2000-03-15 Thread Donn Miller
"Jeffrey J. Mountin" wrote: Successfully did a buildworld with -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro, installworld was good, remade /dev and built a generic kernel. Config'd my local kernel and within the first few lines of 'make depend' it bombed: Sounds like one of those nasty gcc optimization bugs.

Re: port/XFree86-4 make install fail.

2000-03-15 Thread Donn Miller
Idea Receiver wrote: "make all" success without any problem. however, make install fail ;( following are the error msg. [snip] xf86vmode.c: In function `ProcXF86VidModeGetMonitor': xf86vmode.c:1320: Unable to generate reloads for: (insn 298 296 300 (parallel[ (set (reg:SI

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-15 Thread Donn Miller
Doug Barton wrote: Hmm... If I have a PII (Actually celeron 300A) or a PIII, which is better, 'pentium' or 'pentiumpro'? I would think the latter, but I've learned not to assume where gcc is concerned. I think that 'pentium' would result in code that isn't as optimized as

RealPlayer 7

2000-03-16 Thread Donn Miller
Anyone get this beast to work on -current? The audio works, but the video doesn't work at all. I have COMPAT_LINUX in my kernel, and RealPlayer 5.0 works pretty well. $ printenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-16 Thread Donn Miller
Mark Newton wrote: On Thu, Mar 16, 2000 at 05:35:43PM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: Anyone get this beast to work on -current? The audio works, but the video doesn't work at all. I have COMPAT_LINUX in my kernel, and RealPlayer 5.0 works pretty well. I've had it working perfectly

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-16 Thread Donn Miller
On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Mark Newton wrote: On Thu, Mar 16, 2000 at 06:01:57PM -0500, Donn Miller wrote: Hmm. Do you get video, though? Also, which plugins did you install? Yup, I get video; like I said, it's working perfectly. I just took it through the stock standard installation

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-16 Thread Donn Miller
Doug Barton wrote: I got disgusted with RP 5 because all of my favorite programs updated to G2 format, so I nuked it. Today I installed the latest linux-base port, downloaded the binary (non-rpm) version of linux RP 7 and it worked great. video and all. This is on an up-to-the-minute

Re: RealPlayer 7

2000-03-17 Thread Donn Miller
On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: You can't use a foreign plugin with a native freebsd netscape..unfortunately there aren't many plugins available in native format - this is a good reason to use the linux version. I've noticed that the Linux version reports the OS as "Linux 2.0.36"

Re: gcc -Os optimisation broken (RELENG_4)

2000-03-18 Thread Donn Miller
David O'Brien wrote: On Sat, Mar 18, 2000 at 03:18:45AM +0100, Thomas K├Âllmann wrote: If it doesn't I'll probably try `-03 -pipe -march=pentium' come next What are people hoping to get by doing this? Are you actually doing a scientific performance evaluation between the various

Re: port/XFree86-4 make install fail.

2000-03-18 Thread Donn Miller
Idea Receiver wrote: Finally! IT WORKS! Someone should let the XFree86 team know about this. On Sun, 19 Mar 2000, ANAZAWA Akio wrote: bash$ diff -U2 FreeBSD.cf.orig FreeBSD.cf --- FreeBSD.cf.orig Fri Feb 18 02:19:43 2000 +++ FreeBSD.cfSun Mar 19 00:27:11 2000 @@ -464,6

getopt and GNU software

2000-03-27 Thread Donn Miller
I was wondering if it would be possible to provide a library someplace for the GNU version of getopt()? I've seen a lot of source code in the tree, and whenever a program in /usr/src/{gnu,contrib} needs to link to the GNU version of getopt() and getopt_long(), there were source files provided in

Re: getopt and GNU software

2000-03-27 Thread Donn Miller
Thomas Gellekum wrote: Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I was wondering if it would be possible to provide a library someplace for the GNU version of getopt()? /usr/ports/devel/libgnugetopt. Thanks Thomas. I wasn't aware that the port existed. Yes, I had problems compiling

Performance drop in sound (pcm driver or scheduler?)

2000-03-30 Thread Donn Miller
I just rebuilt by kernel this morning at around 2:00 AM from a fresh cvsup. Now, the sound driver doesn't perform as well as it used to. For example, playing audio clips in realplayer sometimes skips or cuts out when I open up windows, etc. My Mar 28 build of the kernel doesn't have this

Recent changes made to pcm

2000-03-30 Thread Donn Miller
Well, it looks as if some changes were made to pcm. Specifically, it looks as if changes were made to address the problem of RealPlayer not stopping the clip immediately after pressing stop. Before the changes, RealPlayer (all versions) would keep playing the clip ~ 3 secs after pressing stop.

Re: no audio with newpcm driver on TP600E

2000-04-01 Thread Donn Miller
Kent Hauser wrote: I'm having problems with the newpcm driver. Basically, I can't get audio from the speakers. This while trying to play a cd. The output of mixer looks reasonable. How recently has your kernel been built? I've been running -current for a long time, and my ESS 1868 ALWAYS

Recent commits to /sys/dev/sound/isa/ess.c

2000-04-02 Thread Donn Miller
I tried this, and the buffer size of 16k doesn't work too well with the ESS 1868 isa. The fist .3 seconds or so of the beginning of the clip plays in an infinite loop. I bumped down the buffer size to 12k, and it seems to work pretty well. Actually, I tried experimenting with various buffer

Re: Load average calculation?

2000-04-03 Thread Donn Miller
Brad Knowles wrote: If there has been an actual change in how the load average is calculated, then any program that changes it's behaviour based on the load average may have problems. This would certainly include SMTP MTAs such as sendmail, Exim, etc I agree. IMO, the load

Re: Load average calculation?

2000-04-03 Thread Donn Miller
Patrick Mau wrote: On all Unix-like systems I know, the load average is the average mumber of processes running during a given time interval. I can't see what use it may have to count load for _waiting_ processes. I/O load is not process load, if a process waits for I/O completion it does

Re: Load average calculation?

2000-04-03 Thread Donn Miller
Richard Wackerbarth wrote: On Mon, 03 Apr 2000, Donn Miller wrote: I think we ought to re-examine the definition of load average. By load, we mean an actual load on the cpu, and waiting processes aren't really exerting a cpu load. So, by that reasoning I say waiting processes don't

Recent pcm commits

2000-04-05 Thread Donn Miller
The pcm driver has been much more stable than before. Congrats. But, one note: I think that in /sys/dev/sound/isa/ess.c, on line 41, the buffer size should be bumped down to 12288. Before, it was set to 16k, and my ESS 1868 would not work properly. Also, there's some new problems that have

Re: Recent pcm commits

2000-04-05 Thread Donn Miller
[note: followups directed to -current] David Holloway wrote: What is the exact error message when using rvplayer 5? Here it is: General error. An error occurred. For more information, please see Error 1 at: http://www.realaudio.com/help/error After I press OK, I get this:

Overwhelming messages from /sys/netinet/if_ether.c

2000-04-07 Thread Donn Miller
Since I started using a cable modem and dhclient, my system has been literally overwhelmed with messages like: /kernel: arp: xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! Man, these messages were pouring out of syslogd like mad, and my /var/log/messages* files had to be deleted, because

Re: Netscape 6 Linux pre-release, got it going.

2000-04-14 Thread Donn Miller
"Dr. Brain" wrote: I've had a good deal of success getting Mozilla to build straight out of the nightly source tar files: ftp://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla/nightly/latest/mozilla-source.tar.gz Over the past month, in -current, I've had weird problems with Mozilla. The message I'm seeing on

Parallel make world broken

2000-04-16 Thread Donn Miller
=== librsausa mkdir: openssl: File exists cp /usr/src/secure/lib/librsausa/../libcrypto/opensslconf-i386.h openssl/openssl conf.h *** Error code 1 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: Parallel make world broken

2000-04-16 Thread Donn Miller
On Sun, 16 Apr 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, 16 Apr 2000, Donn Miller wrote: === librsausa mkdir: openssl: File exists cp /usr/src/secure/lib/librsausa/../libcrypto/opensslconf-i386.h openssl/openssl conf.h *** Error code 1 What -j setting? This works fine for me. I used

kernel link errors

2000-04-16 Thread Donn Miller
With a fresh cvsup as of 1/2 hour ago, I get the following link errors during the link stage of the kernel build. (Please see attached file.) - Donn linking kernel init_sysent.o(.data+0xb54): undefined reference to `kqueue' init_sysent.o(.data+0xb5c): undefined reference to `kevent'

Re: kernel link errors

2000-04-16 Thread Donn Miller
Josh Tiefenbach wrote: On Sun, Apr 16, 2000 at 09:30:17PM -0400, Donn Miller wrote: With a fresh cvsup as of 1/2 hour ago, I get the following link errors during the link stage of the kernel build. (Please see attached file.) Try re-config/re-compiling your kernel after adding

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-18 Thread Donn Miller
Brian Somers wrote: [John cc'd] Can (both of) you try the source distribution ? This happened to me when I was using cvsup-bin. I didn't want all of the modula overhead. Any ideas? It's not modula any more !!! Was it re-written in C or C++? Or, how about this -- a version of

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-18 Thread Donn Miller
John Polstra wrote: Brian Somers wrote: It's not modula any more !!! Eh? Sure it is. It would be too much work to rewrite it in a different language. I was curious as to why you chose modula. Were you used to using the language, or did it seem like the best choice for cvsup? I try

Re: Stale modules (Re: panic in the morning)

2000-04-20 Thread Donn Miller
Stijn Hoop wrote: On Wed, Apr 19, 2000 at 06:15:55PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: make world doesn't build a kernel. Making a kernel doesn't build modules. This bit me again the other day when updating, as well - panic at boot when loading a stale linux.ko. \begin{newbie question} So

Re: Stale modules (Re: panic in the morning)

2000-04-23 Thread Donn Miller
Leif Neland wrote: make world doesn't build a kernel. Making a kernel doesn't build modules. This bit me again the other day when updating, as well - panic at boot when loading a stale linux.ko. If making world _and_ kernel doesn't build modules, what _then_? Making world builds kernel

Re: Slow Dell PowerEdge 1300 with FreeBSD 3.4

2000-04-25 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Tal S Eilon wrote: I Just installed my Dell PowerEdge 1300 P-III/500 + 512MB RAM + 8Gb UW-SCSI Drive but I my system is VERY slow. It took me close to 15min to compile tcsh-6.09.00. Did anyone experienced anything like that before? Sounds like you must have your CPU

RE: make buildworld failed...

2000-04-25 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 25 Apr 2000, Robert Small wrote: I was using -J8, and I kept getting the same error about 20 minutes into the build, but I did it without the -j and got a perfect build, thanks for the help! One way to automate this would be: cd /usr/src make -j8 buildworld || make -DNOCLEAN

Re: PATCH: Removal of unneeded sys/kernel.h

2000-04-27 Thread Donn Miller
Will Andrews wrote: On Wed, Apr 26, 2000 at 11:50:11AM +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Comments, tests and reviews please. Just write a script to check all #include's against their prototypes and have it autogen diffs. I agree. I like the automated method better. What happens if

Re: Old-style KLD file linuxelf found?

2000-05-02 Thread Donn Miller
Idea Receiver wrote: My mail server was down for pass few days. Hope I didnt miss anything important! Today, I try to make world and then rebuild the kernel. After I restart the machine, it shows "Old-style KLD file linuxelf found" and "Old-style KLD file linuxaout found" and then core

Re: Old-style KLD file linuxelf found?

2000-05-02 Thread Donn Miller
Donn Miller wrote: Idea Receiver wrote: My mail server was down for pass few days. Hope I didnt miss anything important! Today, I try to make world and then rebuild the kernel. After I restart the machine, it shows "Old-style KLD file linuxelf found" and "Old

the newer binutils

2000-05-04 Thread Donn Miller
I noticed that a newer version of binutils is in the source code tree (2.91). Is there anything that needs to be set during the make world to make 2.91 the default binutils? - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: make buildworld failed...

2000-05-05 Thread Donn Miller
On Fri, 5 May 2000, Sergey Osokin wrote: Hello! After cvsuped my 5.0-CURRENT (FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Mon May 1 02:25:08 MSD 2000) i try to buildworld... # make -DNOCLEAN -j6 buildworld === librsausa mkdir: openssl: File exists cp

page fault with waveplay...

2000-05-11 Thread Donn Miller
Anyone else get a page fault with waveplay? Basically, I have the ESS 1868 ISA, and when I tried to do waveplay on a wav file with 8-bit samples, I got a page fault with a reboot. I then used gogo to convert the same wav file to mp3 format, and then used mpg123 with no problems. I generally

Re: unknown: PNP...

2000-05-12 Thread Donn Miller
Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Mike Pritchard wrote: I did notice that I started getting all of the "unknown: PNPx" messages after the PNPBIOS option became default. On the machine I'm typing on this on, I used to see those messages if I defined PNPBIOS in my config file. PNPBIOS

cvsup6.freebsd.org

2000-05-14 Thread Donn Miller
It seems to be responding very well to ping, but when I connect to this server with cvsup, it basically says "connecting to cvsup6.freebsd.org", and does nothing else. Is this server working? - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the

Re: Motif is now Open Source 8)

2000-05-15 Thread Donn Miller
Amancio Hasty wrote: Check it out at: http://www.opengroup.org/openmotif/ Yes, that is great news! I tried compiling it, but I had trouble with lib/Xm/Scale.c. It wanted to include langinfo.h, which FreeBSD doesn't have. So, I copied langinfo.h from /usr/compat/linux/usr/include, but even

Re: Motif is now Open Source 8)

2000-05-16 Thread Donn Miller
On Tue, 16 May 2000, Sheldon Hearn wrote: I've integrated NetBSD's langinfo and nl_types support into FreeBSD. I can send you patches if you haven't managed to work around this yet? Great. Please send me the patches. BTW, by "integrated", do you mean that you've integrated them into the

Wide-char support and libc

2000-05-16 Thread Donn Miller
Anyone like the idea of adding wide char support to our libc? Maybe we could port it over from {Net,Open}BSD or BSDi. This would add the header file wctype.h, etc. - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Neomagic audio driver

2000-05-19 Thread Donn Miller
On Fri, 19 May 2000, Christopher Shumway wrote: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault virtual address = 0xfe271c00 fault code = supervisor write, page not present instruction pointer = 0x8:0xc0145873 stack pointer = 0x10:0xc93c3d08 frame pointer

Re: Old-style KLD file linuxelf found?

2000-05-02 Thread Donn Miller
Idea Receiver wrote: On Tue, 2 May 2000, Donn Miller wrote: Actually, I meant brandelf -t Linux /compat/linux/sbin/ldconfig. as i said before. i did try to brandelf it. doesnt work. anyway. i think maybe due to the modules not sync? but how can this happen? You probably need

Re: make buildworld error

2000-05-13 Thread Donn Miller
Hasan Diwan wrote: Mr Miller: Try obtaining a crypto distribution from internat or freefall. That should solve your problem. Damn - I just forgot to uncomment the cvs-crypto line in my supfile. Thanks! - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

make buildworld error

2000-05-13 Thread Donn Miller
=== usr.sbin/tcpdump/tcpdump rm -f .depend mkdep -f .depend -a-DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I/usr/src/usr.sbin/tcpdump/tcpdump -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include/openssl -DCRYPTO -DHAVE_LIBCRYPTO -DHAVE_RC5_H -DHAVE_CAST_H -I/usr/src/usr.sbin/tcpdump/tcpdump/../../../contrib/tcpdump/lbl

newer binutils...

2000-05-30 Thread Donn Miller
During the first binutils upgrade, which was approx. 2 weeks ago, I saw some strange stuff happening. For example, make and zcat were catching sig. 11 on a semi-regular basis. Anyone else see this? Of course, the problem has long since been solved, but I guess there really were problems that

Latest pcm commits and ESS 1868...

2000-06-09 Thread Donn Miller
With the latest pcm commits, there's a lot of pops and clicks during the playing of MP3's. This is with the ESS 1868 sound card. - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

kernel config errors...

2000-06-11 Thread Donn Miller
After a recent cvsup, I'm getting this error after doing a config -r: ../../conf/files: coda/coda_fbsd.c must be optional, mandatory or standard - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Newmidi Release Candidate is ready

2000-06-11 Thread Donn Miller
Seigo Tanimura wrote: The release candidate of newmidi is finally ready. The patch for -current can be found at: URI: http://people.FreeBSD.org/~tanimura/patches/newmidirc.diff.gz I tried this patch out. When I added nothing to my kernel config file other than device sbc0

Problems with PCM and ESS 1868

2000-06-11 Thread Donn Miller
The recent commits to PCM, as of a few days back, have given me problems with my ESS 1868. When I play MP3's with mpg123, I get a lot of loud pops and clicks during playback. Otherwise, the MP3s DO play all the way through. However, when I try to play MP3s with Real Player 7, it just hangs at

fatal trap 12 after lastest kernel build

2000-06-15 Thread Donn Miller
I just built my kernel from kernel sources as of Thu Jun 15 13:49:59 EDT 2000, and immediately after the kernel is loaded, I get a "fatal trap 12: page fault while in supervisor mode". The uptime was 0s, so apparently, the boot loader must not like the kernel. But, I can boot a kernel from Jun

Re: fatal trap 12 after lastest kernel build

2000-06-15 Thread Donn Miller
, 15 Jun 2000, Donn Miller wrote: I just built my kernel from kernel sources as of Thu Jun 15 13:49:59 EDT 2000, and immediately after the kernel is loaded, I get a "fatal trap 12: page fault while in supervisor mode". The uptime was 0s, so apparently, the boot loader mus

Re: -current kernel broken?

2000-06-15 Thread Donn Miller
Wes Morgan wrote: As of about 7pm EDT I can't boot a -current kernel. I _can_ boot a kernel from the 13th I snagged from a snapshot kernel disk, and I can boot the snapshot from the 15th (but since userconfig does not work the lnc device spams so many error messages the system never reaches

Re: -current kernel broken?

2000-06-16 Thread Donn Miller
Wes Morgan wrote: As of about 7pm EDT I can't boot a -current kernel. I _can_ boot a kernel from the 13th I snagged from a snapshot kernel disk, and I can boot the snapshot from the 15th (but since userconfig does not work the lnc device spams so many error messages the system never reaches

Re: GENERIC from today does not detect system console on my box

2000-06-17 Thread Donn Miller
On Sat, 17 Jun 2000, Matthew Dillon wrote: My test box, with a pristine 5.x kernel, crashes on boot... it only gets a few lines in, prints the amount of memory the machine has, and BEWM. Low memory page fault. I saw the same thing myself. It turns out, though, that I was using

compiling kernel with -Os or -O2

2000-06-18 Thread Donn Miller
Anyone try to compile the kernel with an optimization higher than -O, such as -Os or -O2? For example, when I compile my kernel with -Os, I get a "fatal trap 12: page fault in supervisor mode" right after I see this on my screen while the kernel is booting: Copyright (c) 1992-2000 The FreeBSD

Re: -e option to umount?

2000-06-18 Thread Donn Miller
Francisco Reyes wrote: Whether as a separate command or as part of umount this is certainly something worth having by default. In particular new users may be a while before they find ports/packages or will just end up in the questions list. Well, you could have both. For example, you could

Re: HEADS UP! New (incomplete) /dev/random device!

2000-06-25 Thread Donn Miller
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, 25 Jun 2000, Warner Losh wrote: Some days is OK, imho. Much more than that and I'd begin to worry. Much more than a week or two and I'd worry a lot. I'll go put a note in updating right now. That's okay with me too. People should just not upgrade their

Re: Laptop boot problem in current with GENERIC GENERIC.hints

2000-06-27 Thread Donn Miller
Did you compile your kernel with any optimizations, such as -Os? If so, try it recompiling it without optimizations. - Donn On Tue, 27 Jun 2000, Edwin Culp wrote: I have 5 machines running current. All are booting fine with the changes made on June 12, with the exception of a k-6 laptop.

Re: Laptop boot problem in current with GENERIC GENERIC.hints

2000-06-28 Thread Donn Miller
On Wed, 28 Jun 2000, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Edwin Culp writes: : int=000d err= eft=00010046 eip=92eb : eax=00fb ebx= ecx=0152 edx=03f6 : esi=000fbc92 edi=000f ebp=17b4 esp=17b4 : cs:eip=0f 32 89 45 1c 89 55 14-46 eb cf

Strange make buildworld problem...

2000-06-28 Thread Donn Miller
Recently, the make world problems with perl have been fixed, and I can do a make world all the way through, provided I do a make world the first time only. However, I did a cvsup to update my source tree again after the first make world. I did a make -DNOCLEAN buildworld with /usr/obj

Re: bug: kernel hangs at boot

2000-06-30 Thread Donn Miller
David O'Brien wrote: Because the code change now triggers one of the bugs that has made us always say "don't use anything above -O". But, it's still OK to use -march=pentium, though. I'd hate to be using 386 instructions. 8-) -- - Donn To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

problems after latest builworld kernel...

2000-07-04 Thread Donn Miller
cvsup'd sources as of Tue Jul 4 12:04:02 EDT 2000. When doing a reboot, I see something like syncing disks 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 530 giving up... followed by a Fatal Trap 12. Sometimes, I see the page fault before the part where it does a "syncing disks". Maybe

Panic with latest pcm commits?

2000-07-09 Thread Donn Miller
I just cvsup'd new sources as of an hour of this posting, and built a kernel. When I try to play an MP3 with mpg123, a kernel panic occurs. Also, rev. 1.27 of src/sys/dev/sound/pcm/channel.c is the latest version of this file that doesn't cause loud popping sounds when I try to play an MP3,

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