IPv6: can a link-site (or global) address be configured in rc.conf?

2000-03-06 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Hello, Now that I have several machines running FreeBSD 4.0, I started to play with IPv6. It's fun! I have plans to set up a v6-over-v4 tunnel and connect to the 6Bone. I read /usr/share/examples/IPv6/USAGE, /usr/share/doc/IPv6/IMPLEMENTATION and some documents at the KAME web site. However, I

Re: IPv6: can a link-site (or global) address be configured in rc.conf?

2000-03-06 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Bill Fenner wrote: Bruce is right that machines expect to learn their prefixes from their local router; however if you're just playing around you might want to set it yourself. The easiest way I've found to do this is to say that this machine is a router: # sysctl -w

suggestion: a g77 - f77 link

2000-03-13 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Hello, While trying to compile Scilab-2.5 (the math/Scilab port is outdated), I found that the "configure" script, when instructed to use the GNU Fortran compiler, searchs for "g77". Unfortunately, this compiler is installed as /usr/bin/f77. The solution is simple: "ln f77 g77", but I think that

Re: suggestion: a g77 - f77 link

2000-03-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
h "gcc" and may avoid some problems for some users. Anyway, I don't want to start a "g77 war" :-) If nobody likes the idea, OK, I'll forget it. I hate Fortran, after all! --I am not a Quiche Eater, however-- ;-) Cheers, -- JMA Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] //

Re: suggestion: a g77 - f77 link

2000-03-20 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
k that the benefits of the g77 link are worth the "sacrifice" (gsacrifice?) :-) Regards, -- JMA * Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] * "Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers" -- Leonard Brandwein To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: suggestion: a g77 - f77 link

2000-03-20 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
David O'Brien wrote: On Mon, Mar 20, 2000 at 11:48:02AM +0100, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: Now, a week after the discussion, what do you think about my proposal of the "g77" link under /usr/bin? What part about "NO" was unclear? Hey, OK, don't get upset! :-) You are th

Re: Yet another breakage this week ...

2000-05-26 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Salvo Bartolotta wrote: Well, I downloaded the sources again "today" (at 11 GMT on May, 25) to compile ONLY the kernel -- without remaking the world. The good news is that the ipfilter module compiles; the bad news that there's a problem (read ``Error code 1'') in .../modules/twe/twe.c at

Re: SB AWE64 not recognised anymore

2000-05-28 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Ollivier Robert wrote: I just upgraded my home machine from 4.0-R to 5.0-CURRENT and have found something odd. I have an ISA PnP SB AWE64 in the machine and it is not seen by the system at all. -CURRENT kernel built last Thursday recognizes my AWE64 PnP: $ uname -a FreeBSD

Re: Internal compiler error: program ld got fatal signal 10

2000-05-29 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
"Mark C. Langston" wrote: On Sun, May 28, 2000 at 08:55:37PM -0600, Warner Losh wrote: The patch works for me! Yippie! I have my AJ back again. I don't know if this is related, but: I cvsup'd to -CURRENT this evening (my first attempt to do so), and am now seeing the following error

how to update Prism-2.5 firmware? (was: Re: new wi0 slowness)

2003-01-20 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
on (4.7-RELEASE), and I expect that a new firmware may solve this problem. Thanks! -- * Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] * * Go ahead... make my day -- Harry Callahan * To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd

Re: arp: some ether addr is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! ??!?!?

2001-10-18 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 10:55:25PM -0800, Beech Rintoul wrote: On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: After rebuilding the kernel two days ago (Oct 15), I am getting lots of messages like these: arp: 00:30:65:de:99:32 is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! arp: 00:0a:27:b0:a7:06 is using

Re: arp: some ether addr is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! ??!?!?

2001-10-19 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x2 inet 127.0.0.1 netmask 0xff00 Something is broken in the ARP implementation of -CURRENT. --JMA -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers -- Leonard Brandwein

arp: some ether addr is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! ??!?!?

2001-10-17 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
address 0.0.0.0! and so on. Neither ifconfig(8) nor arp(8) show anything unusual. Somebody reported this problem about two weeks ago, but there were no answers. Any ideas? Cheers, JMA -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who

Re: arp: some ether addr is using my IP address 0.0.0.0! ??!?!?

2001-10-17 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
detects one of those packets. I will try to identify the senders (over 40!). Anyway, these 0.0.0.0 ARP messages are new in -CURRENT, and none of our machines running FreeBSD 4.x show them. -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who

cannot exec `cpp0': No such file or directory

2002-02-20 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
this problem in UPDATING. Could this problem be related to the recent changes to src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc_tools/freebsd-native.h (1.10, 1.11)? Cheers, JMA -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers -- Leonard Brandwein

Re: cannot exec `cpp0': No such file or directory

2002-02-20 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
On Wed, Feb 20, 2002 at 09:21:14AM -0800, David O'Brien wrote: I need to see the output of ``/usr/bin/cc -print-search-dirs'' from the problematic compiler. $ /usr/bin/cc -print-search-dirs install: /usr/libexec/(null) programs: /usr/libexec/elf/ libraries: /usr/lib/ -- ** Jose M

Re: Mouse frozen in X when returning from text console

2000-07-27 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
4.0.1 when the configured mouse protocol is "Auto". Another glitch: "Protocol SysMouse" does not work with moused; however, "Protocol Mousesystems" does. -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "Beware of Programmers w

processes only consume system time ????

2000-09-21 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
to the system. I imagine that this is related to SMPng... Any clues? Cheers, -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers" -- Leonard Brandwein ** To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with &q

Re: processes only consume system time ????

2000-09-22 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
related. And yes, I supposed that this problem was an accounting issue, since the scheduling works fine indeed. Thanks, -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers" -- Leonard Brandwein ** To Unsubsc

Re: sysinstall's console keymap menu

2000-10-25 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Jordan Hubbard wrote: OK, if I understood correctly, is this patch reasonable at this time? Yes, this looks much better! Jordan, what do you think about making the keymap selection the first step of the "Standard" installation? Cheers, -- JMA ****** Jose M. Alcaide

Re: sysinstall's console keymap menu

2000-10-26 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
" while getting "" in the disklabel screen, for example. Cheers, -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers" -- Leonard Brandwein ** To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: To those with ATA probe problems

2000-11-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
the dmesg output attached. -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers" -- Leonard Brandwein ** Copyright (c) 1992-2000 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1979, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992,

Re: src/games bikeshed time.

2002-10-09 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
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Re: src/games bikeshed time.

2002-10-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
On Wed, Oct 09, 2002 at 10:42:46AM -0700, Nate Lawson wrote: On Wed, 9 Oct 2002, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: What do you think about moving fortune, primes, factor, grdc, pom, etc. to /usr/bin, and then removing /usr/games? The most clever way to axe one change is to suggest an additional

just FYI: playing with PnP and device.hints

2001-02-12 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
he psm driver attached. All the rest of ISA devices are found and attached without problems. I include the dmesg output for reference. I have "PnP OS = yes" in the BIOS setup, BTW. Just FYI ;-) Cheers, -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] *

Re: telnet broken with auto-negotiation of encrypt/decrypt change

2001-03-22 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
telnet scotty 164 [hbb] (beagle) netgraph_atm/tests/ccatm # kill %1 [1]+ Terminated telnet scotty I can confirm this *bad* telnet behavior under 4.3-BETA, which is still worse :-( -- JMA ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** "B

first impressions after upgrading from 3.4-RELASE to 4.0-20000209-CURRENT

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
I have just finished a net install of 4.0-2209-CURRENT using the sysinstall's "Upgrade" procedure, over a 3.4-RELEASE system. Well, the system is now running OK, but I found some small issues. First, I must say that I was not following the -CURRENT branch since the transition to 3.1-STABLE.

Re: XFree86 Libraries

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
"Patrick M. Hausen" wrote: Hi all! I don't know if this has been addressed already, but the archives are offline. I started using current by installing 2127-SNAP of current.freebsd.org including XFree86 3.3.6. The Xfree86 a.out libraries were missing from the installtion tarballs,

S/Key authentication fails for ftpd

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
The subject says all ;-). System version: 4.0-2229-CURRENT (ftpd 6.00LS). However, S/Key authentication works for telnet and login. Of course, the simple cleartext password authentication method does work for ftpd. It looks like a bug in ftpd (or PAM?). -- JMA

Re: first impressions after upgrading from 3.4-RELASE to 4.0-20000209-CURRENT

2000-02-10 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Kenneth Wayne Culver wrote: Hummm... This is ugly. This means that the XFree86 3.3.6 which will be distributed with 4.0-RELEASE needs the "compat3x" libraries. This should be documented somewhere. if you cd to /usr/ports/x11/XFree86 and do a make... this problem will be

Re: Quirk in the latest 4.0-RC install disk ?

2000-02-11 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I've just installed 4.0 from the latest Release Candidate (iso image gotten from the freebsd ftp and burned this morning) the install itself went smooth, but I can't start X11 : there seems to be a bug in the dynamic libraries : % ldd `which xinit`

Re: S/Key authentication fails for ftpd

2000-02-11 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Yoshinobu Inoue wrote: As far as I confirmed, following trial fixed this situation. -Disabled pam authentication in ftpd.c, pass() -Or, change the pam.conf entry like below. - other authrequiredpam_unix.so try_first_pass + other authrequired

Re: annoying problem with ncurses, acs_chars and xterm

2000-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Alexander Leidinger wrote: On 15 Feb, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: I found an annoying problem: the line drawing chars are not drawn in xterms. This can be tested with talk(1), grdc(6), or simply with a command like "dialog --yesno Test 5 15". However, it works from the system cons

Re: feedback on CD install of 4.0-RC2

2000-02-19 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Brian Beattie wrote: On Sun, 20 Feb 2000, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: "Guided". I like it. That's *PRECISELY* what this installation option is. There is NO difference in the number of choices available in any of the three types. Guided/Express/Expert. That's my vote. This still

why DIS_8859_15 instead of ISO_8859_15 ?

2000-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Hello, One simple question: why are the 8859-15 locales (under /usr/share/locale) named DIS_8859-15 instead of ISO_8859-15? And this affects XFree86, because /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/locale/locale.alias uses "ISO" and not "DIS" for its ISO_8859-15 entries. Cheers, -- JMA

Re: 4.0 release candidate issues

2000-02-14 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
"Roden, Thomas" wrote: Problem 2 After installing bash-2.03 from the 3.4 packages, attempting to run bash yields: /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object "libhistory.so.3" not found 'ln -s libhistory.so.4 libhistory.so.3' fixes? the problem I assumed (perhaps incorrectly) that

annoying problem with ncurses, acs_chars and xterm

2000-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
I found an annoying problem: the line drawing chars are not drawn in xterms. This can be tested with talk(1), grdc(6), or simply with a command like "dialog --yesno Test 5 15". However, it works from the system console, using TERM=cons25 and TERM=cons25l1. If using TERM=xterm-color from an

Re: annoying problem with ncurses, acs_chars and xterm

2000-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Alexander Leidinger writes: : Works here without problems (TERM = xterm xterm-color). : : Wild guess: Does your shell support 8bit-chars? No. The line drawing characters aren't 8 bit characters on VT100 derived terminals. My guess is

Re: feedback on CD install of 4.0-RC2

2000-02-17 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
John Reynolds~ wrote: o Finally, again, it seems to me that the skeleton .cshrc, .profile, etc. files that are used for accounts creating during install should have the following variables set: setenv LC_ALL en_US.ISO_8859-1 setenv LC_CTYPE en_US.ISO_8859-1 setenv LANG

Re: 3.0-CURRENT - RELENG_3: trouble ?

1999-01-25 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Marco van Hylckama Vlieg wrote: I'm running 3.0-CURRENT at the moment, last timme I built world is about 2 or 3 weeks ago I guess. What I want to do is go to 3.0-RELEASE and from then start keeping track of the 3.x-STABLE branch. Since I've read a lot about various problems people had with

Re: keymaps

1999-01-26 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: * Summary of magic key sequences 101 keyboard84 keyboard function Ctrl-Alt-Delete Ctrl-Alt-Delete reboot Ctrl-Alt-Esc

boot0 does not remember F5

1999-02-04 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
I have just installed the new boot0 boot manager on a machine which has two IDE disks attached to the same IDE bus. The first disk (wd0) is entirely dedicated to Windoze (ugh!) and the second one (wd1) to FreeBSD (aahhh...). Boot0 does its job, so I can choose between the two disks pressing F1 or

Re: Heads up! /etc/rc.conf.site is dead.

1999-02-11 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
What I don't like from the new rc.conf approach is the name rc.conf ;-). I think that the old sysconfig should come back. Then, there would be a /etc/defaults/sysconfig (R/O), and a /etc/sysconfig (storing the site-specific config). These files would contain _only_ variable assignments. The

Re: How to power off an ATX power supply machine on shutdown ?

1999-02-11 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Matthew Thyer wrote: Anyway, how do I power off a machine on shutdown ? I have apm in the kernel and it probes as apm v 1.2 but when the shutdown -p now command is run, the power is not turned off and I have to hold down the power button for 4 seconds to turn it off. Hows it done ?

rc.local not executed because of bug in rc

1999-02-11 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
First, sorry for the cross-posting, but this problem affects both the -STABLE and -CURRENT branches. The rc.local script is called from rc as $conf_dir/rc.local. However, the new rc.conf does not set the conf_dir variable anymore, therefore rc.local is not executed. -- JMA

Re: How to power off an ATX power supply machine on shutdown ?

1999-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Alex Zepeda wrote: Is a delay needed between the final sync's and the actual power off? Apparently so. There is/was a recently added sysctl for this purpose. Poke around in the archives. Was that sysctl added to the -STABLE branch? I am running 3.1-BETA and I cannot find it. -- JMA

easily reproducible NFS-related panic

1999-02-15 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Sorry for the cross-posting, but I am running -STABLE and I would like to hear from -CURRENT users about this problem. The panic is easily reproducible: simply, try to hard-link a file from a local filesystem to a NFS-mounted one (yes, I _know_ that this is non-sense): mount

ACPI issues and questions (Dell Inspiron 3700)

2002-02-25 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
), and dmesg(8). Just FYI ;-) Also, I have a question: the acpiconf command can enable or disable ACPI power management but... is it enabled or disabled after boot? I cannot find any way to obtain this information. Cheers, JMA -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: ACPI issues and questions (Dell Inspiron 3700)

2002-02-25 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
On Tue, Feb 26, 2002 at 12:32:47AM +0900, Takanori Watanabe wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Jose M. Alcaide wrote: 1. The sio1 port (IrDA) is not detected. I had to add hint.sio.1.at=isa hint.sio.1.port=0x2F8 hint.sio.1.irq=3 to /boot/device.hints in order to get

new french calendar(1) breaks installword

2002-04-29 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
/fr_FR.ISO_8859-1/calendar.*: No such file or directory *** Error code 71 Just FYI. -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers -- Leonard Brandwein ** To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED

cc1 crashes with SIGBUS while building XFree86-Server-4.2.0_2

2002-04-30 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
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Re: cc1 crashes with SIGBUS while building XFree86-Server-4.2.0_2

2002-04-30 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 11:28:48AM +0200, Jose M. Alcaide wrote: cpp0: cc: output pipe has been closedInternal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 10 This cc1 SIGBUS is triggered by different source files at different times. But it happens while building XFree86-Server sooner

Re: cc1 crashes with SIGBUS while building XFree86-Server-4.2.0_2

2002-05-01 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
flawlessly otherwise, including large builds such as make worlds. The kernel has all debugging options removed, and the malloc.conf options are aj. -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers -- Leonard Brandwein

Re: Panic for today, in dev2udev()

2002-05-28 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
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Re: mergemaster broken?

2002-06-05 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
is for. And speaking of NO_PERL... any reference to this knob was removed from share/examples/etc/make.conf 1.888. JMA -- ** Jose M. Alcaide // [EMAIL PROTECTED] // [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** ** Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers -- Leonard Brandwein ** To Unsubscribe: send mail