HEADS UP: Soft-updates sources are moving soon

1999-06-30 Thread John Polstra
SD-current list, probably) for more details. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."--

Re: HEADS UP: Soft-updates sources are moving soon

1999-06-30 Thread John Polstra
it doesn't know anything about. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."-- Nora Ephron To Unsubscribe:

Re: HEADS UP: Soft-updates sources are moving soon

1999-06-30 Thread John Polstra
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Re: this of interest to anyone?

1999-07-02 Thread John Polstra
careful. There's a section "Local Modifications in your CVS Repository" in the CVSup FAQ that talks about it. http://www.polstra.com/projects/freeware/CVSup/ John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

HEADS UP: Soft-updates sources have been moved

1999-07-03 Thread John Polstra
ain branch (-current), the RELENG_3 branch (-stable), and Warner's RELENG_3_2_PAO branch. I've updated the comments in LINT and README.softupdates accordingly. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.

Re: loads of SetAttrs in cvsup of cvs repo

1999-07-04 Thread John Polstra
sitory in some way (changed their modtimes, changed their permissions, changed their owners, etc.). John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical

Re: loads of SetAttrs in cvsup of cvs repo

1999-07-04 Thread John Polstra
Mike Pritchard wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], - You are running cvsup with a different umask than usual. To guard against this, you can add a "umask=022" setting in your supfile (CVSup-16.0 and later). Speaking of CVSup-16.0, I can't get the port in /usr/ports/net/cvsup to

Re: loads of SetAttrs in cvsup of cvs repo

1999-07-04 Thread John Polstra
his copies of the files. And of course there's always the possibility that it was caused by a plain old bug in CVSup. I just gave cvsup another try and it only took a few minutes updating some files in the repository. Which looked just fine. Good. I'm glad

Re: Problem with cvsup

1999-07-19 Thread John Polstra
n with NAT. If you have some time to spend on this, some tcpdumps might provide a clue. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I jus

Re: Moving ipf(1) to ipf(8)?

1999-07-20 Thread John Polstra
in/ipf/Makefile". Something like this (untested) should do the trick: MAN8= ipf.8 CLEANFILES+=ipf.8 ipf.8: ipf.1 cp ${.ALLSRC} ${.TARGET} and delete the MAN1 line for ipf.1. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL

Re: 4.0-current [/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: cc: Undefined symbol mkstemps]

1999-07-21 Thread John Polstra
bin/cc" to see which libraries it's really finding. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."--

Re: Library question/challenge

1999-07-28 Thread John Polstra
irectories: /usr/lib/aout:/usr/lib/compat/aout: /usr/X11R6/lib/aout:/usr/local/lib/aout [ it has about 66 libs in this hints file ] Run ldd on the netscape binary and figure out why it's finding the wrong libc. Make sure you don't have LD_LIBRARY_PATH set to include "/usr/lib". Joh

Re: make cvsup broken

1999-08-17 Thread John Polstra
ry-related resource limits prior to building the port. From the weird stuff in your other recent bug reports, I also think it's entirely possible that your hardware or kernel or filesystems are messed up. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. P

Re: Dropping connections without RST

1999-08-17 Thread John Polstra
all flags. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."-- Nora Ephron To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: SIGBUS [was Re: gdb]

1999-08-19 Thread John Polstra
guess in FreeBSD is going to get a SIGBUS. In linux they get SIGV Right. FreeBSD gives SIGBUS for pages that are mapped but protected, and SIGSEGV for pages that aren't mapped at all. As I recall, Linux doesn't even have SIGBUS as far as the kernel is concerned. John -- John Polstra

Re: cc -O broken in -current for Alpha KLDs

1999-08-20 Thread John Polstra
, not to mention that it now agrees with what the dynamic linker does. I think you should definitely bring it into -stable. For good form you might want to give it another day or two in -current first. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D

Re: libalias or libnat. Vote ?

1999-08-24 Thread John Polstra
with quirks like having NAT implemented in a library named libalias. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't ke

Re: -current kernel problems (spec_getpages vm_fault)

1999-08-26 Thread John Polstra
freefall. If the file still isn't there after 1 hour 6 minutes, then please send me the details. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I

Re: $FreeBSD tag confusion

1999-08-29 Thread John Polstra
ot;-ko". That would show up in the "Sticky Tag" line of your cvs status output. Do another cvs update, but this time add the "-A" flag: cvs update -A umap.h If that fixes it, then you'd better do the same thing to the rest of your source tree: cd /us

Re: $FreeBSD tag confusion

1999-08-29 Thread John Polstra
to steal out of FreeBSD's CVSROOT that will make it happen? Grab the "options" file from there. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynica

Re: PPPD+PAM

1999-08-30 Thread John Polstra
to your to-do list? :-) John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."-- Nora Ephron To Unsubscribe: send mai

Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT

1999-09-03 Thread John Polstra
give it a try with the older ld-elf.so.1 and see if it works again? I recommend trying the dynamic linker from August 25. If it works with the older dynamic linker, please send me (preferably simple :-) instructions for reproducing the problem. Thanks, John -- John Polstra

Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT

1999-09-03 Thread John Polstra
Pascal Hofstee wrote: On Fri, 3 Sep 1999, John Polstra wrote: Hmm, could be. Can one of you please give it a try with the older ld-elf.so.1 and see if it works again? I recommend trying the dynamic linker from August 25. If it works with the older dynamic linker, please send me

Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT

1999-09-03 Thread John Polstra
Oops, I said: 1. Make a backup copy of "/usr/libexec/rtld-elf.so.1". but I meant "/usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1". John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington

Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT

1999-09-03 Thread John Polstra
/local/bin/mirror line 3873. Thanks! I'll give it a try. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."-- N

Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT

1999-09-03 Thread John Polstra
it as soon as I can. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep up."-- Nora Ephron To Unsubscribe: send mail

RE: java too? (was Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT)

1999-09-05 Thread John Polstra
exactly how to reproduce the problem -- i.e., which port(s) to install and which commands to enter. I'll fix it ASAP. Thanks for your patience, folks. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle

RE: java too? (was Re: Perl still broken in 4.0-CURRENT)

1999-09-07 Thread John Polstra
ou need to implement dladdr's functionality. These data structures are safer to use because they're published interfaces that are used by GDB. Let me know if it seems like this won't do the job. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

Re: An FS question perhaps... non blocking I/O.

1999-09-12 Thread John Polstra
sh it. My personal interest is to allow a CVSup master server to avoid doing a tree walk whenever a client connects. I want to provide the functionality of the old "supscan" utility, but in real time. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: An FS question perhaps... non blocking I/O.

1999-09-13 Thread John Polstra
feature of Unix domain sockets to send the file descriptor back and forth. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't ke

Re: An FS question perhaps... non blocking I/O.

1999-09-17 Thread John Polstra
John-Mark Gurney wrote: John Polstra scribbled this message on Sep 12: Just to avoid duplicated effort: I currently have work in progress on a "fslog" pseudo-device. It enables you to monitor a filesystem and receive notifications for all interesting changes to files and d

Re: On hub.freebsd.org refusing to talk to dialups

1999-09-24 Thread John Polstra
every day. (*Must* *stop* *fist* *of* *death*!) A few random manual checks seem to indicate that the DUL would do much better for me. These days the RBL is more of a preventative measure than a blocking measure. It has already forced most open relays to tighten up. John -- Jo

Re: On hub.freebsd.org refusing to talk to dialups

1999-09-24 Thread John Polstra
). You'll find it here: http://www.sendmail.org/~ca/email/chk-89n.html John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't ke

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
_socket.c:1504 #43 0xfc409404 in nfs_sigintr (nmp=0x0, rep=0x0, p=0x0) at ../../nfs/nfs_socket.c:1504 #44 0xfc409404 in nfs_sigintr (nmp=0x0, rep=0x0, p=0x0) at ../../nfs/nfs_socket.c:1504 I haven't found the bottom of the stack yet (11000 frames and counting .

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
Marcel Moolenaar wrote: John Polstra wrote: strip # doscmd \ .endif It doesn't give me any problems... Weird! It doesn't seem like the Alpha make should be different. I haven't found the bottom of the stack yet (11000 frames and counting ...). Let me know

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
B is _still_ looking for the bottom of the stack. If it ever finds it, I'll send that part of the backtrace. :-) John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cy

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
Marcel Moolenaar wrote: Ok, this should do it. If it looks good to you, I'll commit this... I'm running it now, and so far it seems to have solved the problem. Could you also please get rid of that "# doscmd \" line from usr.bin/Makefile? Thanks, John To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
Marcel Moolenaar wrote: Ok, this should do it. If it looks good to you, I'll commit this... Yes, it looks fine to me. You may not be able to commit it right away, though. It looks like freefall is down. Maybe they're putting in the new disk. I'll try the patch a little bit later today,

Re: Is the wb driver broken?

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
plugged in, make sure the link light is lit. Er, I happen to be 1000 miles away from the link light. Maybe if I squint real hard ... :-) Thanks for the help. I seem to be over the hump on the wb interface anyway. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL

Re: Is the wb driver broken?

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
Bill Paul wrote: I converted the wb driver to miibus ages ago. Your description makes it sound like the problem just magically appeared yesterday. That's a no-no, m'kay? Thanks for the quick reply. I didn't mean to imply anything. I have one machine with a Winbond running current a week

Re: Is the wb driver broken?

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
Bill Paul wrote: You know, I have a rule about not doing software upgrades on equipment that I can't actually get my hands on. Me too. That's why it's stressing me out. :-) I do have access to the serial console, and there are people on-site who can give the box a kick if I need them to.

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-29 Thread John Polstra
I got world built and installed OK on the alpha now, and things generally seem OK. However, amd dumped core with a SEGV immediately upon startup. I haven't had even a second to try to debug it yet. Just thought I'd let you know about it. John -- John Polstra

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
and if I had to go all the way back to disklabel it wouldn't be much of a disaster. Besides, it appears I only lost files from "/usr/obj". :-) John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.

Now that sigcontext is gone ...

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
s "si_addr" member. But as far as I can tell from grepping the kernel sources, that functionality isn't implemented. Is that right? Any ideas regarding a work-around? John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John

Re: Now that sigcontext is gone ...

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
sf_si.si_code = code; } On the alpha the value should come from frame-tf_regs[FRAME_TRAPARG_A0]. I'll try it when I get time. (Feel free to beat me to the punch :-). John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John

Re: Now that sigcontext is gone ...

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
actively maintained these days), but probably not in the SRC release on which our port is based. I have ports for PM3 in the wings, but I'm waiting for some necessary changes to bsd.port.mk to be committed. John --- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Now that sigcontext is gone ...

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
that FreeBSD is non-standard relative to Linux and all of the major vender commercial Unices in that a disallowed access, such as a write to a read-only region of memory, generates a SIGBUS rather than a SIGSEGV. Yes, this even violates the 1996 POSIX spec. John --- John Polstra

Re: Now that sigcontext is gone ...

1999-09-30 Thread John Polstra
Bruce Evans wrote: Sigcontext will have to come back, since it is a standard BSD interface. I think so too. I bet there are several ports besides Modula-3 that use it. Probably boehm-gc does. BTW, struct sigcontext seems to be documented only in sigreturn.2, and that documentation is more

New CVSup mirror sites

1999-10-02 Thread John Polstra
Spain cvsup.es.FreeBSD.org Taiwan cvsup2.tw.FreeBSD.org cvsup3.tw.FreeBSD.org United Kingdom cvsup2.uk.FreeBSD.org USA cvsup4.FreeBSD.org cvsup6.FreeBSD.org cvsup7.FreeBSD.org --- John Polstra CVSup Mirrormeister PS - Please

Re: New CVSup mirror sites

1999-10-04 Thread John Polstra
that. Wolfram Schneider's "cvsup2httplog" script in the contrib area of the CVSup source distribution might be a good start toward that. Unfortunately I don't have time to work on it. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

Re: CVSup core dumps

1999-10-04 Thread John Polstra
a.out. I've placed an unstripped ELF binary here if you'd like to help out by getting a stack trace: http://www.freebsd.org/~jdp/cvsup-16.0.gz The compressed file is about 2.3 MB in size. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John

CVSup core dumps: a work-around

1999-10-05 Thread John Polstra
a jmp_buf is.) This shouldn't affect old binaries, but it will bite you if you try to rebuild from the sources. I'll commit a patch as soon as I can, but I am on some other deadlines and it might take me a day or two. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL

Re: CVSup work again!

1999-10-07 Thread John Polstra
. :-) Note, you still can't _build_ a working version under -current yet. That requires a lot of patches to the port. I'm working on it, but it will be a few days still before I commit anything. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co

Re: World fail + resulting cvsup failures

1999-10-12 Thread John Polstra
it. For now, add "@M3novm" to the cvsup command line (anywhere) as a work-around. And don't try to build a new Modula-3 or CVSup on -current at the moment. It won't work. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread John Polstra
? Thats why I switched to ipfilter in the first place) And: - IP filter does NAT completely inside the kernel - IP filter has stateful filtering I'd like to see it come back. But that means it has to be brought up to date first. John -- John Polstra

Re: ipfilter no longer in -CURRENT, whats the direction? (off to ipfw?)

1999-10-13 Thread John Polstra
re. I know because I did work on it for a client of mine. I'm a big proponent of ipfilter's features. I'd love to see it come back if it were really going to be cleaned up and kept maintained. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTE

World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-13 Thread John Polstra
I'm building world on an Alpha and have run into this: building shared library libc_r.so.4 sigpending.So: In function `sigpending': sigpending.S:2: multiple definition of `sigpending' uthread_sigpending.So(.text+0x0):uthread_sigpending.c: first defined here /usr/obj/a/src/tmp/usr/libexec/elf/ld:

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Doug Rabson wrote: On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, John Polstra wrote: and the fix is to add sigpending.o and sigsuspend.o to the definition of HIDDEN_SYSCALLS in "src/lib/libc_r/Makefile". I'm p

Re: World breakage in libc_r?

1999-10-14 Thread John Polstra
John Polstra wrote: One of the things on my wish list is a libpthread that can be linked with libc. So the way to accomplish this is to have null hooks with weak symbols in libc, and provide the same (non-null) functions in libpthread but with strong symbols? Oh, maybe, but be careful

Re: Weak symbols (Was: World breakage in libc_r?)

1999-10-17 Thread John Polstra
that's how they are normally used. Regarding weak references, if such a reference is still undefined at the end of a link, it is treated as if it were defined with the value 0. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.

Re: minor heads up - /etc/make.conf{,.local} being moved

1999-10-28 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The sys.mk adjustment has already been committed. An email has been sent to the CVS meisters to get /usr/src/etc/make.conf moved. Are you sure? I didn't receive anything from you. John -- John Polstra

Re: minor heads up - /etc/make.conf{,.local} being moved

1999-10-28 Thread John Polstra
is to mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]. That way Peter, Mark, and I will all get it. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't ke

Re: Make world error on todays cvsup......

1999-11-02 Thread John Polstra
or directory *** Error code 71 ... any ideas Yep. Read /usr/src/sys/ufs/ffs/README.softupdates, and do what it says. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No m

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 SCSI Tape Driver

1999-11-17 Thread John Polstra
that the old ANSI standard for nine-track tapes included a double EOF to indicate EOT/EOD (and the more modern tapes _did_ have an EOT marker). Consider me another person with extensive tape experience chiming in _against_ this idea. You can add my voice to the chorus too. John -- John

Route table leaks

1999-11-21 Thread John Polstra
ry in order to start to diagnose it. But first, have any of you seen this problem? John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "No matter how cynical I get, I just can't keep u

RE: Route table leaks

1999-11-21 Thread John Polstra
Garrett Wollman wrote: On Sun, 21 Nov 1999 15:54:11 -0800 (PST), John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: are climbing steadily. Also the references to the default route as reported by "netstat -rn" are climbing. (They went from 187 to 193 in the past 2 minutes or so.) What doe

RE: Route table leaks

1999-11-22 Thread John Polstra
Garrett Wollman wrote: Now things start to make sense: root@xyz(55)$ netstat -f inet -n | fgrep CLOSING | wc -l 1287 (this machine still has the bug that Jonathan Lemon fixed). Now it's clear what's going on. The ``missing'' routes have been deleted from the routing table, but

Re: Route table leaks

1999-11-26 Thread John Polstra
eally need the splnet calls around RTFREE? 2. To eliminate all the duplicated code, shall I make rtalloc just call rtalloc_ign(ro, 0UL)? I assume that was avoided originally for performance reasons, but now there's more code than before. John -- Jo

Re: Route table leaks

1999-11-29 Thread John Polstra
functions broken out to avoid an unnecessary call chain. OK, that's a possibility. I was hoping our network-meister (Yo, Garrett!) would give me a sign as to whether it would be worthwhile or not. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Route table leaks

1999-11-30 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Garrett Wollman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 26 Nov 1999 17:41:49 -0800 (PST), John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: The route disappears from the routing table, but it is not freed. (The Leak.) Actually, no. Now cause some packets to travel

Re: World breakage in libpam?

1999-12-02 Thread John Polstra
to `rad_put_string' ... I think it's because of the "-static" in the link command. I don't have time to find the fix at the moment, but if you look at src/bin/login you might be able to work it out yourself. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: gnome on current

2002-10-29 Thread John Polstra
libraries. John -- John Polstra John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence. -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: gnome on current

2002-10-29 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Doug Rabson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 29 Oct 2002, John Polstra wrote: When a symbol is defined in multiple libraries, the first library wins. That's how it has always been in Unix, for archive libraries and for shared libraries. This is a big

Re: gnome on current

2002-10-29 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Doug Rabson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 29 Oct 2002, John Polstra wrote: I think it would work if the symbol were defined strongly in libc_r. I think so too. I was trying to work out why this wasn't how things were done already. FWIW, linux's libpthread

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
== __sF[2] John -- John Polstra John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence. -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
CVSup on -current. But if you try to build pm3 or ezm3 from scratch, you'll find that the build fails. John -- John Polstra John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence. -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Steve Kargl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 09:21:53AM -0800, John Polstra wrote: It's possible that if you already have a working installation of pm3 or ezm3, you'll be able to build CVSup on -current. But if you try to build pm3 or ezm3

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Steve Kargl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Nov 07, 2002 at 09:35:19AM -0800, John Polstra wrote: That would surprise me, but I haven't tried it myself. Inspection of the ezm3 bootstrap shows that it has references to __sF. Well, I just pkg_deinstall's

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : FWIW, the only OS fix that will make stock ezm3/pm3/CVSup buildable on : -current is to make __sF global again and arrange

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

2002-11-07 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : : It's not CVSup, it's Modula-3. It thinks it knows that stdin, : stdout, and stderr are defined as above, but they're not any more

CVSup vs. src/contrib/gcc/INSTALL: the fix

2002-12-07 Thread John Polstra
Some of you who use CVSup in checkout mode to update our source trees have reported problems with src/contrib/gcc/INSTALL that look like this: Delete src/contrib/gcc/INSTALL Cannot delete /usr/src/contrib/gcc/INSTALL: Directory not empty This was apparently caused by a recent gcc import which

Re: VLAN v.s. NIC with VLAN hardware support bug.

2002-12-21 Thread John Polstra
of that feature. John -- John Polstra John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence. -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

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

2000-02-28 Thread John Polstra
-- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence." -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

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

2000-02-28 Thread John Polstra
, but it's not necessary at this point. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence." -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubsc

pthread_{suspend,resume}_np broken?

2000-02-29 Thread John Polstra
st against PS_SUSPENDED be "==" instead of "!="? I would think we'd want to do something if the thread was suspended, and skip it if the thread wasn't suspended -- exactly the opposite of what the current code does. John --- John Polstra

Re: pthread_{suspend,resume}_np broken?

2000-02-29 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Daniel Eischen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 29 Feb 2000, John Polstra wrote: Shouldn't the test against PS_SUSPENDED be "==" instead of "!="? Yes, it should be "==" instead of "!=". Go ahead and fix it if you

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-07 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ahh, so you can use the OpenSSH client to connect to some servers, but not the F-Secure one? That would definitely be a bug you should report to the OpenSSH developers. Is anyone else in the position to test this? In

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

2000-03-08 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 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, JD

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

2000-03-08 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just reverted back to the "normal" version of ld-elf.so, the version without the patch.  Mozilla doesn't have the problem with the "non-patch" version.  So, maybe it isn't the application.  Or, maybe the original,

Re: pthread_{suspend,resume}_np broken?

2000-03-02 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Daniel M. Eischen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here's a quick fix. Thanks! It seems to fix my test program. I'll leave it up to you and Jordan whether to commit this before 4.0. It would be nice to have, but I don't have any immediate need for it. John -- John

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

2000-03-05 Thread John Polstra
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. Just a reminder -- be extra careful when messing with the dynamic linker. It's

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

2000-03-09 Thread John Polstra
the dllockinit() stuff to Wine, but could use some help from somebody who knows its internals better. I found the threads primitives, etc., but am not so sure where to place the dllockinit() call. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

Re: MAX_UID ?

2000-03-12 Thread John Polstra
might have a better idea. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence." -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe:

Re: MAX_UID ?

2000-03-12 Thread John Polstra
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Re: MAX_UID ?

2000-03-12 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Paul Richards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John Polstra wrote: I guess it could go into machine/limits.h in the "!defined(_ANSI_SOURCE)" section. Bruce might have a better idea. I don't think machine/limits.h is the right place. These are

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

2000-03-10 Thread John Polstra
the mutex). I'd recommend using a simple mutex unless the threads package already implements reader/writer locks. I really hope I can render all this nonsense unnecessary after the code freeze ends. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra

Re: Make world error.....

2000-03-10 Thread John Polstra
take any shortcuts. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelligence." -- Chögyam Trungpa To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: Make world error.....

2000-03-10 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 10 Mar 2000, John Polstra wrote: This is still broken. I ran into it when upgrading a Feb. 29 -current system to today's -current. I didn't use make -j and I didn't take any shortcuts. Both were compiled

Re: MAX_UID ?

2000-03-11 Thread John Polstra
standard. The standard doesn't permit polluting the namespace with extra stuff. John -- John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] John D. Polstra Co., Inc.Seattle, Washington USA "Disappointment is a good sign of basic intelli

Re: MAX_UID ?

2000-03-13 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Mar 12, 2000 at 05:51:17PM -0800, John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Mar 12, 2000 at 05:59:09AM +, Paul Richards wrote

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