The problem earlier

1999-09-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
don't use that) for the Aureal Vortex soundcard, I'll happily try that one, because I have one sitting around waiting for the driver. Second, make world is broken, See my previous message for information about that. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubs

the pcm driver and the bktr device

1999-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
ces stop sharing the same IRQ I'd appreciate it. Thanks. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

pcm, bktr, etc....

1999-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
and it still refuses to work properly. Here is the pcm part of a dmesg: pcm0: Aureal Vortex 8820 irq 10 at device 19.0 on pci0 pcm0: irq test failed pcm0: codec timeout reading register 2 (fe7604) pcm0: codec timeout reading register 26 (fe7604) ac97: dac not ready Thanks Kenneth Culver

Re: pcm, bktr, etc....

1999-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
On Fri, 3 Sep 1999, Kenneth Culver wrote: Also, my bios is really freaky. It refuses to assign any irqs except 10 and 11 to installed PCI devices. I can't figure it out. I've completely rearranged everything and it still refuses to work properly. The BIOS usually lets you mark IRQs

Re: pcm, bktr, etc....

1999-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
On Fri, 3 Sep 1999, Kenneth Culver wrote: What motherboard? What version of BIOS? Is the BIOS version the latest? Well, I figured it out I think. It is Award BIOS, and it's the latest version. I have 2 VooDoo 2's and at the place I had them, they were causing problems, I moved

Re: the pcm driver and the bktr device

1999-09-05 Thread Kenneth Culver
evice size failed: NOT READY, Medium not present changing root device to wd1s1a de0: enabling 10baseT port That's it... :-) Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Latest kernel flop

1999-09-08 Thread Kenneth Culver
of the University of California. All rights reserved. Then it panics. What's going on here? Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Latest kernel flop

1999-09-08 Thread Kenneth Culver
of the University of California. All rights reserved. Then it panics. What's going on here? Kenneth Culver Oops, did a config -r and fixed the panic, but the sio problem is still there. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" i

sb0?

1999-09-22 Thread Kenneth Culver
For some reason, after cvsupping about 5 minutes ago, and rebuilding a kernel, the sb0 device no longer works. it gives me this error: dscheck(#wd/0x20002): b_blkno 32256 is not on a sector boundary (ssize 1) Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubs

rtc?

1999-09-24 Thread Kenneth Culver
I reinstalled -current today, and for some reason there is an extra device generating interrupts. When I do a systat -vm 1 I find that there is a device called rtc at irq8 generating 128 interrupts. What is it? I didn't configure it, and it wasn't there before. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe

wierd message

1999-09-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
what does this message mean? Sep 24 18:34:04 culverk /kernel: arpresolve: can't allocate llinfo for 127.0.0.1rt I've been getting it alot since I reinstalled -current, it never used to happen before. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe fr

ata driver

1999-09-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
for now... although the wdc drivers appear to be about 3 MB/sec slower on reads for my FreeBSD HD.. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

just found this

1999-09-27 Thread Kenneth Culver
Check this out, if anyone is intrested. I found this on packetstorm.securify.com tonight. Any ideas?? [Resending once, since it's been 10.5 days...] Here's an interesting denial-of-service attack against FreeBSD =3.0 systems. It abuses a flaw in the `new' FreeBSD vfs_cache.c; it has no way

the libc_r problem

1999-09-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
I am still getting this error when trying to compile using libc_r.so.4: /usr/lib/libc_r.so: undefined reference to `_thread_sys_sigprocmask' Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

ATA driver

1999-10-10 Thread Kenneth Culver
I finally got a chance to put the ata driver back in my kernel, and this is what happens: Whenever I am doing something that requires a lot of disk activity, (on the latest errors, I was recompiling the kernel with make -j8 and building gnomelibs): Oct 10 12:29:48 culverk /kernel: ata0-slave:

Re: ATA driver

1999-10-10 Thread Kenneth Culver
It doesn't seem to have bad sectors... found- vendor=0x109e, dev=0x036e, revid=0x02 class=04-00-00, hdrtype=0x00, mfdev=1 subordinatebus=0secondarybus=0 intpin=a, irq=9 map[0]: type 3, range 32, base ea002000, size 12 found- vendor=0x109e, dev=0x0878,

Re: ATA driver

1999-10-10 Thread Kenneth Culver
sure, as soon as i get a chance, I'll do that for ya. Ken On Sun, 10 Oct 1999, Soren Schmidt wrote: It seems Kenneth Culver wrote: Oct 10 12:29:48 culverk /kernel: ata0-slave: ad_timeout: lost disk contact - res etting Oct 10 12:29:49 culverk /kernel: ata0: resetting devices .. DANGER

wmtempmon temperature monitor app

1999-10-16 Thread Kenneth Culver
Sorry for the inconvenience, it must have gotten corrupted somehow. It is fixed now, I just fixed it. Kenneth Culver To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

latest kernel doesn't compile.

1999-10-21 Thread Kenneth Culver
before `interface' ../../sys/socket.h:146: syntax error before `}' *** Error code 1 Any suggestions? Just thought I'd let someone know. = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator

modules building...

1999-11-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
opt_linux.h. Stop several other modules exhibit similar behavior... = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM

Re: modules building...

1999-11-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
I just cvsupped about 2 hours ago... = | Kenneth Culver | FreeBSD: The best OS around.| | Unix Systems Administrator | ICQ #: 24767726 | | and student at The | AIM: AgRSkaterq

wierd cpu usage numbers

2002-10-17 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I was just compiling kde3 on my home pc, and I noticed some interesting behavior. It seems that whenever there's ANY real heavy disk activity, the system cpu usage % number (in top and in systat -vm) skyrockets from 0.8% to around 50-70%. I was wondering which of the recent changes

Re: wierd cpu usage numbers

2002-10-17 Thread Kenneth Culver
This is a result of what's explained there. Nope, I have all that stuff turned off, and ide write caching turned on. There's no way that's the reason. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: wierd cpu usage numbers

2002-10-17 Thread Kenneth Culver
No, not really, I checked top -S, and systat -vm, neither has interrupts going high, but even if interrupts were going really high, I would suspect that the intr % would increase not the system % Ken On Thu, 17 Oct 2002, Michael Lucas wrote: On Thu, Oct 17, 2002 at 11:18:25AM -0400, Kenneth

Re: speed of -CURRENT [was: questions about the state of current]

2002-10-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
The systems hostname was changed between Aug Oct, but it's the same laptop, a P3-800 w/256MB memory. Thoughts? I have not really noticed a performance difference here. In fact with WITNESS and INVARIANTS disabled, I find that -CURRENT seems to be a bit faster than -STABLE. Ken To

Re: Problem with nvidia drivers and current

2002-12-10 Thread Kenneth Culver
Just ran tuxracer without a problem, so i can recommend people with problems to try using the nvidia agp driver, seems as if it worked for me :) Haha, that's funny, it wouldn't work for most games using the nvidia driver for me, I had to switch to using FreeBSD's agpgart. Ken To

Re: NVIDIA driver compilation failed

2003-01-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
Only one, that driver wasn't meant to compile on -CURRENT. It's not even supported there. Ken On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Nuzrin Yaapar wrote: Hi all, With the latest CURRENT cvsupped today, NVIDIA driver failed to compile. The output: --- [root@zhang-wu-ji ~/NVIDIA]# make setup ... snipped

compile problem

2003-01-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
I'm seeing this on a -CURRENT cvsupped around 4:30 AM EST on 1/11/03 cc -c -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../../.. -I../../../dev

Re: Linux Emulation Panic

2003-01-13 Thread Kenneth Culver
What exactly were you running? I use linux emulation on -CURRENT right now for mozilla and a few other packages, and havn't had any panics... you might have your kernel modules out of sync with your kernel. Ken On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, Chuck McCrobie wrote: Two panics produced when using Linux

Re: HTT on current

2003-08-22 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I have a HTT capabale PCU on an Intel MB with the 875P chipset. I have enabled HTT in the BIOS and compiled my kernel with the required SMP options, however i dont think the system is really running in SMP mode. Top does not display CPU numbers. Here is my dmesg: --- FreeBSD

Re: KDE Konsole, crashes, on a SIGABRT...

2003-08-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
I can't explain it. Someone is going to have to debug konsole and figure out what is going on. I can concur, before last thursday, konsole worked fine with libc_r, but crashed randomly with libkse and libthr. After last thursday it even crashes with libc_r. Ken

Re: KDE Konsole, crashes, on a SIGABRT...

2003-08-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
see my post yesterday to -current or -ports with the 2 attachments. the KDE team found the bug, and fixed it. There are 2 patches to add to the port, which fix it. Yeah, I just saw that, I was gone for the weeknend, sorry for the extra chatter. Ken

Re: atapicam panic at boot.

2003-08-26 Thread Kenneth Culver
free_hcb() atapi_action() xpt_run_dev_sendq() xpt_action() probe_start() ... I think some people are already tracking this down related to the recent update of the ata drivers. Ken ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: FreeBSD / KDE locking up solid

2003-08-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
Evan Dower wrote: You say you have a GeForce 4? Do you have nvidia-driver installed? Nvidia-driver makes my computer lock up like the dickens. ;-) Removing gl-support for kde should do fine. Hendrik I have it working here fine with GL support and no hangs. Ken

2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, Since this is related to both -current and to ports I crossposted to both. Basically (I've asked this question before, with no answer), several network-related apps broke after the last gcc import. nmap no longer works: kaoru:~:# nmap -sS -O 66.92.171.91 Starting nmap 3.30 (

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
[EMAIL PROTECTED] root]# uname -a FreeBSD tao.xtaz.co.uk 5.1-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.1-CURRENT #0: Sun Aug 24 13:35:21 BST 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/TAO i386 [EMAIL PROTECTED] root]# gcc -v Using built-in specs. Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler Thread model:

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
guess it's not a compiler issue, but some kind of configuration issue. I can't think of what the problem could be though. Ken On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Kenneth Culver wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] root]# uname -a FreeBSD tao.xtaz.co.uk 5.1-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.1-CURRENT #0: Sun Aug 24 13:35:21 BST 2003

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
Just for more info, when was the last time you updated your /etc? on my 4th -CURRENT machine, with the same compiler etc... I havn't updated my /etc/ since June 1, and that machine works, the other 3 have been updated very recently, like within the last few weeks, and they're all broken. So I

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
Bizarre. I use ACLs in my kernel daily, and I use nmap almost daily, and haven't seen this. If you re-add ACLs with a fresh kernel build, does the problem come back? Could you look at ktraces of nmap with and without ACLs and see what causes it? Do you have ACLs enabled on any file

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
Might devfs propagate ACL characteristics via /dev nodes into applications? Otherwise, the symptom you described would have made me point to the IP firewall first. My machine that was showing the problem didn't have a firewall enabled. I'll still mess with it some more to see what I can come

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
I just built a fresh nmap on my -current box and it appears to work fine for me, as did the older nmap. So I guess that leaves me firmly in the unable to reproduce camp. I have noticed that, on my wi0 boxes, I tend to get a fair number of ENOBUFS errors when nmaping, but that appears to be

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-08-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
I think I missed the message that this is a response to, but here's an answer to the question: UFS_ACL controls only the introduction of ACL code into UFS1 and UFS2 file systems, and enables conditional use of ACLs code if the ACLs flag is set on a file system. If the ACLs flag is not set on

Re: more hints

2003-08-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
If I remove device pmtimer from my config, I get a consistent panic, or variation of: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault virtual address = 0x0 fault code = supervisor read, page not present instruction pointer = 0x8:0xc0135b0a7 stack pointer =

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-09-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
Bizarre. I use ACLs in my kernel daily, and I use nmap almost daily, and haven't seen this. If you re-add ACLs with a fresh kernel build, does the problem come back? Could you look at ktraces of nmap with and without ACLs and see what causes it? Do you have ACLs enabled on any file

Re: 2 ports broken after gcc import

2003-09-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
Alright, it had nothing to do with ACL's. Unknown to me, someone got on that machine and enabled the firewall, and added rules. Those rules were causing the problem (I'm not sure why he added a firewall on a machine already behind one on a 192.168.0.0/24 network). Anyway, sorry for wasting

Re: ipnat memory leak?

2003-10-09 Thread Kenneth Culver
Quoting Vector [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Several reasons: Having it in the kernel improves performance It also avoids at least 2 context switches per packet... one when the packet goes into natd and one when it goes back to the kernel. natd chokes on the latest windoze worms and I have implemented

Re: boot hang: ata1: resetting devices .. done (5.1-CURRENT, IBM T30)

2003-10-12 Thread Kenneth Culver
Quoting Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED]: In the last episode (Oct 08), Robert Ferguson said: I see this problem as well. I'm running on a T40, with a DVD/CDRW in the ultrabay, and -CURRENT as of this morning. At boot, it hangs immediately after ad0: 35174MB IC25N040ATCS05-0 [71465/16/63]

Re: HEADS UP! Major commits in the tree coming soon

2003-05-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
The HEAD code freeze was extended by three days to allow for some final pending work to be committed and prepare 5.1 to be a good release. The code freeze will likely end sometime tomorrow, May 30. We ask that large scale changes still be deferred until after 5.1 is actually released so

Re: New Kernel Breaks IPFW

2003-06-10 Thread Kenneth Culver
Try rebuilding ipfw. Ken On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, John Stockdale wrote: Hey everyone, I just cvsup'd my src today and was going to buildworld later tonight but when I installed the newly built kernel with IPFIREWALL etc. and rebooted, ipfw fell over, specifically, even after ipfw firewall

Re: NVidia kernel driver support for FreeBSD-5.1

2003-06-18 Thread Kenneth Culver
I've got a PCI-NVidia Riva TNT 64 video card at home, and I've tried to compile the drivers but it doesn't work, and after changing the source to let the compilation progress, when the module is loaded I've received a kernel panic. Im using FreeBSD-5.1 with XFree86-4.3, what can I do to

Re: NVidia kernel driver support for FreeBSD-5.1

2003-06-18 Thread Kenneth Culver
#pciconf -l -v [EMAIL PROTECTED]:12:0:class=0x03 card=0x chip=0x002d10de rev=0x15 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'NVIDIA Corporation' device = 'NV5 TNT2 Model 64 / TNT2 Model 64 Pro' This is my video card, which sounds just like yours. I have it working fine with

Re: NVidia kernel driver support for FreeBSD-5.1

2003-06-18 Thread Kenneth Culver
On Wednesday 18 June 2003 16:05, Kenneth Culver wrote: #pciconf -l -v [EMAIL PROTECTED]:12:0:class=0x03 card=0x chip=0x002d10de rev=0x15 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'NVIDIA Corporation' device = 'NV5 TNT2 Model 64 / TNT2 Model 64 Pro' This is my video card

Re: wierd dsl performance with -CURRENT

2003-07-09 Thread Kenneth Culver
Just as an experiment, try setting net.inet.tcp.newreno to 0 using sysctl(8). It might help; it might not. Please let us know. It didn't help. I also tried setting several other sysctl OID's in net.inet.tcp, but nothing helped. I'm totally out of ideas for why this could be happening. I mean

problem after gcc import

2003-07-17 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I followed all suggestions from /usr/src/UPDATING after the gcc 3.3.1 import, and rebuilt kernel and world after removing /usr/obj and /usr/src/sys/i386/compile/KAORU (my kernel config file's name). However, I'm seeing some strange behavior after that. 1) smbclient no longer works

Re: problem after gcc import

2003-07-17 Thread Kenneth Culver
Read freebsd-current. :-) A suggestion was given this week: Subject: Re: Vim: Caught deadly signal BUS (after -current update with new gcc) Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 23:14:30 -0700 To: Karel J. Bosschaart [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Tue, Jul 15, 2003 at 11:07:40AM +0200, Karel J.

FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-19 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I just tried to use a Genesys Logic USB Compact Flash card reader, and the following messages come up, followed by a panic: Jan 19 19:41:30 kenshin kernel: umass0: Genesys Logic USB Storage Device, rev 1. 10/1.13, addr 2 Jan 19 19:41:30 kenshin kernel: umass0: Get Max Lun not

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I just tried to use a Genesys Logic USB Compact Flash card reader, and the following messages come up, followed by a panic: Jan 19 19:41:30 kenshin kernel: umass0: Genesys Logic USB Storage Device, rev 1. 10/1.13, addr 2 Jan 19 19:41:30 kenshin kernel: umass0: Get Max Lun

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
To start, copy a quirk entry and wildcard a lot: Genesys*, *, * Then do camcontrol inquiry daX and change the quirk to be more specific. Backtrace would be useful since you shouldn't be getting a panic. At the worst, your usb reader just wouldn't work. -Nate That was what I was going

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
:Backtrace would be useful since you shouldn't be getting a panic. At the :worst, your usb reader just wouldn't work. : :-Nate At worse the system will crash. The problem is that USB devices sometimes return total garbage for the READ CAPACITY command. This isn't CAM's

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
On Mon, 20 Jan 2003, Matthew Dillon wrote: :Hmm, good stuff, but shouldn't something be committed anyway? I mean if it :causes a panic just by plugging in the device that's totally unacceptable. :I'll provide a backtrace of the crash on my computer tomorrow I suppose (I :won't be home until

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
I figured out something new on this device: Basically in linux, in order for this device to work, the INQUIRY data has to be faked. Just in case you forgot, this is the Genesys Logic Compact Flash reader/writer. There is some whole big set of crap the driver goes through in linux just to fake the

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-20 Thread Kenneth Culver
here are a few pointers when you look at the linux driver: several devices in linux/drivers/usb/storage/unusual_devs.h have the quirk flag: US_FL_FIX_INQUIRY. in the same directory, searching for USB_FL_FIX_INQUIRY yields the following in usb.c: /* Handle those devices which need us to fake *

Re: Performance problems with 5.0-RELEASE

2003-01-23 Thread Kenneth Culver
I hope someone could bring light to what's going on. Alltho I'm not whining, I knew what I was getting myself into when I installed 5.0, it would be nice get things solved, for FreeBSD's sake already. Did you by any chance build your own kernel? If so did you leave things like this in:

Re: 5.0-RELEASE VMWare 3.2

2003-01-23 Thread Kenneth Culver
the vmware people don't list 5.0 as a supported os... theres probably a reason for this. Ken On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Lev Serebryakov wrote: Hello, current! How are you? When I needed to experiment with 4.6-RELEASE and I didn't have ``free'' computer, I installed 4.6-RELEASE on VMWare. It

Re: /dev/dsp disappears while being used

2003-01-23 Thread Kenneth Culver
This may be related to the vchans stuff in in the pcm driver. Ken On Thu, 23 Jan 2003, Juli Mallett wrote: * De: Alexander Langer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [ Data: 2003-01-23 ] [ Subjecte: /dev/dsp disappears while being used ] When I then symbolically link /dev/dsp to one of the dspX.X

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-26 Thread Kenneth Culver
I actually just went and got a sandisk card reader instead but I'll test your changes anyway, since I still have the genesys one. Ken On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, MIHIRA Sanpei Yoshiro wrote: I have GENESYS USB2IDE Interface Card(GL641). And I also have same problem(umass0: BBB bulk-in clear stall

Re: VMWare 3.2 on FreeBSD

2003-01-26 Thread Kenneth Culver
No. On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Theodoor van der Kooij wrote: Hi all, is there a way to run VMWare 3.2 on FreeBSD 5.0? regards, Theodoor van der Kooij. -- Windows: Where do you want to go today? Linux: Where do you want to go tomorrow? FreeBSD: Are you guys coming, or what? To

Re: FreeBSD panic with umass

2003-01-28 Thread Kenneth Culver
I've only had time to do minimal testing, but no panics anymore with this patch. Ken On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, MIHIRA Sanpei Yoshiro wrote: I forgot to add below changes. Please apply this patch and # make -f Makefile.usbdevs Cheers - sanpei Index: sys/dev/usb/usbdevs

Re: Hyperthreading and machdep.cpu_idle_hlt

2003-01-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
I have HTT for my CPU, is there any hack to the BIOS to enable HyperThreading? You might try updating your BIOS. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: linux-emu ioctl not implemented w/ quake3

2003-04-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
I'd say this is a video card driver issue, because with my geforce3 and the nvidia drivers I could run q3 for as long as I wanted without any issues. Ken On Thu, 3 Apr 2003, Matthias Buelow wrote: Hi folks, I'm running 5.0-RELEASE-p7 on i386 and investigated how quake3 (linux) would be

FreeBSD-STABLE panics when playing DVD's

2001-09-29 Thread Kenneth Culver
I just cvsupped to the latest stable (from a -STABLE of 2 months ago) and now when I use vlc, or mplayer to play dvd's FreeBSD panics and reboots. I traced the panic but since I don't have a whole lot of time to sit here on the computer and trace kernel panics, I went the lazy man's route and

more on the linuxulator

2001-11-28 Thread Kenneth Culver
I'm not sure if I'm sending this to the correct place, but since it is a problem that will/could be fixed in -CURRENT, I'm assuming this is the right place. I tried to get the winex linux binary to run using the linux_base-6.1 libraries and I still got some errors, although not as many:

Re: SoundBlaster PCI-128 performance

2001-11-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
On Friday 30 November 2001 02:44 am, you wrote: Have you tried different speakers? Also have you tried moving the soundcard to a different slot? maybe some other card is causing interferance. I have a card that uses the same driver and havn't had a problem. Ken I'm getting low volume,

Re: parallel port i/o hogs cpu badly; is this normal?

2001-12-02 Thread Kenneth Culver
I don't know if there's a way to stop this, but it's normal, whenever I use my Parallel port zip drive, I have similar problems. Ken On Sunday 02 December 2001 01:20 pm, you wrote: I have an HP postsript laser (2100M) on a parallel intfc. [alane ~]$ uname -a FreeBSD wwweasel.geeksrus.net

panic on 12/20/01 current

2001-12-21 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I have just managed to repetedly panic -CURRENT... How you ask? I'll tell you :-D The short story is Run a linux version of XFree86, here's the long story: first, I got the linux version of XFree86, along with all it's driver modules (compliled under linux of course). Then in

Re: rpcbind panic

2002-01-15 Thread Kenneth Culver
I can second this. I have seen the same panic, but was too lazy to hand copy it. Ken On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Michael McGoldrick wrote: Kernel and world built with sources cvsupped as of Mon Jan 14 18:44:04 GMT from cvsup.freebsd.org. The panic message is hand copied. Please send me a mail if

Re: Trace for rpcbind panic

2002-01-15 Thread Kenneth Culver
This is the same backtrace I got when I tried it too... The system would get all the way through booting, then fam (I'm assuming) sent something to rpcbind, which then caused this panic. Ken On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Michael McGoldrick wrote: The trace was short, so I wrote the whole thing down.

Re: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
You should check the archives of the FreeBSD mailing lists before sending a message to 4 of the lists. This quiestion has been answered several times on the FreeBSD lists. The answer is that this isn't even really an AMD AGP bug, it's a bug in the way linux handles mapping it's AGP memory.

Re: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
Actually FreeBSD does make use of them, but in a way that doesn't cause a problem. Ken On Wed, 30 Jan 2002, David Malone wrote: On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 12:13:07PM -0500, Cameron, Frank wrote: Has this issue been addressed in FreeBSD:

Re: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
There's actually a seperate TLB bug, but FreeBSD doesn't trigger that one, either (Linux can tickle it, when there are certain specific circumstances met). Well, I think I know what you're talking about, linux allocates agpgart memory without setting a non-cacheable bit, and then the agp card

RE: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
if Microsoft and Linux programmers made the same mistake, might FreeBSD have also. -Original Message- From: Kenneth Culver [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2002 10:42 AM To: Terry Lambert Cc: David Malone; Cameron, Frank; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]'; '[EMAIL

RE: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
to be sure since it was a week ago when I read it. Ken On Wed, 30 Jan 2002, [ISO-8859-1] Gérard Roudier wrote: On Thu, 31 Jan 2002, Kenneth Culver wrote: Yeah, that's what I saw on linux-kernel... You probably didn't see the whole story or just did a too selective reading. You should re-read

Re: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-31 Thread Kenneth Culver
I was under the impression that they were writing into the cache not out of it... I really need to read that article again :-D Ken On Thu, 31 Jan 2002, Jason Evans wrote: On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 11:14:48PM +0100, Gérard Roudier wrote: Linux can be fixed, but the useless writes of the

oops ... bad patches

2000-11-04 Thread Kenneth Culver
here are correct patches for my motherboard's agp (kt133) --- pci/agp_via.c Wed Jul 19 05:48:04 2000 +++ pci/agp_via.c.new Fri Nov 3 14:50:58 2000 @@ -70,6 +70,8 @@ return ("VIA 82C598 (Apollo MVP3) host to PCI bridge"); case 0x06911106: return

Re: GCC upgrade ? on -current

2002-06-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Is this not the latest one? alpha:~: gcc -v Using built-in specs. Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler Thread model: posix gcc version 3.1 [FreeBSD] 20020509 (prerelease) Ken On Tue, 25 Jun 2002, Sid Carter wrote: Hi, Just a query. Is there anything stopping us from moving to the

Re: KSE status.

2002-07-04 Thread Kenneth Culver
Does this wired memory problem only happen on SMP systems, or is it happening across the board? Ken On Wed, 3 Jul 2002, Julian Elischer wrote: Well it's all fun and games her at KSE central.. We have a set of cascading hidden bugs.. bug 1 hides bug 2 hides bug 3 the current state of

Re: KSE status.

2002-07-04 Thread Kenneth Culver
I'm running a uniproc. box at work with -CURRENT and over 4-5hrs, wired grew from 50megs (when I first time checked) to 141megs (now). Dunno if this normal, but it has kept growing. OK, I don't see it happening here on my uniproc box, I havn't tried on my SMP box, I guess my sources aren't

ipfw rule changes?

2002-07-04 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I just updated this morning to the latest -CURRENT, and just to let everyone know, the new KSE stuff seems to be working fine... however, my ipfw rules for dummynet no longer work: ipfw add queue 1 tcp from any to a.b.c.d 25 in via fxp0 ipfw pipe 1 config bw 28Kbit/s queue 2 ipfw queue 1

Re: ipfw rule changes?

2002-07-04 Thread Kenneth Culver
Hi, I just updated this morning to the latest -CURRENT, and just to let everyone know, the new KSE stuff seems to be working fine... however, my ipfw rules for dummynet no longer work: ipfw add queue 1 tcp from any to a.b.c.d 25 in via fxp0 ipfw pipe 1 config bw 28Kbit/s queue 2 ipfw queue

Re: Status of C++ in base system?

2002-07-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
This is FAQ. Have you deleted obsolete g++ include files? Do mv /usr/include /usr/include.old; mkdir /usr/inlcude before making buildworld. I think I did that but I guess another try couldn't hurt... Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in

Re: Status of C++ in base system?

2002-07-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
is off and I'm at work, so I can't log in and mess with it. Ken On Thu, 11 Jul 2002 10:51:34 -0400 (EDT) Kenneth Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is FAQ. Have you deleted obsolete g++ include files? Do mv /usr/include /usr/include.old; mkdir /usr/inlcude before making buildworld

Re: Status of C++ in base system?

2002-07-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
The cerr not found thing is one of two problems. gcc3 is pickier about namespace issues than gcc2, so you need to say std::cerr or using namespace std;. However, the more common case is people thinking they can link c++ programs with 'cc' rather than 'c++' My C++ programs are large enough

Re: KDE broken on CURRENT (with gcc3.2)

2002-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
I can confirm that kde3 doesn't build on -CURRENT with gcc 3.2.1 as well, but it has never worked for me on gcc 3.1 either. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: KDE broken on CURRENT (with gcc3.2)

2002-09-03 Thread Kenneth Culver
I'm the maintainer, Will. Since I don't have a -CURRENT system, is one of the hasta's set up to test -CURRENT patches on? I can make a good guess at it from looking at the code, but it'll need to be tested somewhere. Also, is gcc-3.2 on -CURRENT a supported configuration? gcc-3.2 on

Re: HEADS UP: SSE instructions (Re: cvs commit: src/share/mkbsd.cpu.mk)

2002-09-06 Thread Kenneth Culver
Note that you'll need to have 'options CPU_ENABLE_SSE' in your kernel configuration file if you have a SSE-capable CPU, otherwise you'll get SIGILL from certain applications (e.g. ncurses) What if you don't want to do this though? Athlon XP processors support SSE instructions, but not at the

Re: HEADS UP: SSE instructions (Re: cvs commit: src/share/mkbsd.cpu.mk)

2002-09-06 Thread Kenneth Culver
I assume the compiler is not stupid enough to try and use both when that is impossible. Don't forget this is all just passing a CPU name to gcc which actually decides what instructions to use. That's not what I mean... What I mean is that if one application is using SSE, and the other wants

Re: Softupdate panic: softdep_update_inodeblock: update failed

2002-09-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
I just got thisone ... This is CURRENT from 2 hours ago. Dammnit. Is this mem corruption ? If I were you I'd start swapping memory modules, because I'm not having any trouble with -CURRENT and I havn't seen anyone else having trouble. Did you compile your kernel with any wierd optimizations?

Re: Softupdate panic: softdep_update_inodeblock: update failed

2002-09-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
Oh ok, wierd... I've only tried (unsuccessfully, the compiler errors out) kde3, and some make worlds and stuff. I guess that's not strenuous enough. Ken On Thu, 12 Sep 2002, Martin Blapp wrote: Hi, If I were you I'd start swapping memory modules, because I'm not having Already did that.

current.freebsd.org points to japanese site?

2002-09-22 Thread Kenneth Culver
Why does current.freebsd.org point to the japanese snapshot site snapshots.jp.freebsd.org? I'm just wondering because I am trying to install -CURRENT on one of my machines. Ken To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: current.freebsd.org points to japanese site?

2002-09-22 Thread Kenneth Culver
Is there any difference between the snapshots built on the japanese site and the ones that were built on the US one? Thanks Ken On Sun, 22 Sep 2002, Will Andrews wrote: On Sun, Sep 22, 2002 at 03:33:24PM -0400, Kenneth Culver wrote: Why does current.freebsd.org point to the japanese

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