Re: Using float emulator on a system with FPU?

1999-07-13 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Garrett Wollman wrote: On Mon, 12 Jul 1999 11:28:04 +0200, Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I'm going to work on FreeBSD's floating point support, but I need to test my changes on systems using the FPU emulators (non-GPL and GPL). I suggested about half

DDB: How to find address of static symbol?

1999-07-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
can verify that the data is wrong when I just use the hex address in ddb. How can I get an address suitable for ddb? What are the offsets to add to the symbol addresses I get from nm? Thanks Martin -- % Martin Cracauer

Re: DDB: How to find address of static symbol?

1999-07-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
of multiple uses of the same static symbol name and hence I didn't try. In fact it works for me. Thanks. Now down with that FPU thing :-) Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private

Re: Using float emulator on a system with FPU?

1999-07-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
n that you neither have the symbol (not loaded yet) nor the address (`nm /kernel` output not useful)? [Throwing an egg after the chicken that fails to produce the egg] Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.or

Anyone using the none-GPL FPU emulator in -current?

1999-07-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Proposed floating point changes (Re: Using float emulator on a system with FPU?)

1999-07-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
worse for (non-GPL) MATH_EMUL. I plan to commit this, unless someone objets (the impressive-looking trapcode table is only 127 bytes in size, to pre-comment on one issue). Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.

Re: Assembler capable of supporting 3dnow!

1999-08-05 Thread Martin Cracauer
appears to support it. A build-time dependecy on ports/devel/nasm? Martin -- Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.bik-gmbh.de/~cracauer/ "Where do you want to do today?" Hard to tell running your calendar

Re: gdb-4.17 in FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT

1999-08-25 Thread Martin Cracauer
it statically. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe fr

Re: shell pipeline bug

1999-11-12 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: shell pipeline bug

1999-11-12 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 12 Nov 1999, Martin Cracauer wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans wrote: `man sh' now hangs when the pager is exited. This is caused by the recent change to sh/eval.c My fix in 1.23 of eval.c was broken, but Steve repaired

Re: sh bug

1999-11-17 Thread Martin Cracauer
to pass your test case by not copy/pasting it, but typing it in with "bits" missing :-( Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.

Please test latest /bin/sh

1999-01-16 Thread Martin Cracauer
) on it? Critical are long pipelines, especially in backquote or here-documents and when receivers (not senders) terminate the run. Thanks Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-03-01 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Martin Cracauer wrote: It is possible that we indroduced the bug by our profiling changes? The line in i386.c that generates the code in question is from revision 1.5, which is the profiling delta from the original gcc

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-03-02 Thread Martin Cracauer
e approve us to do so? Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsub

Re: Best NIC for FBSD (was: Buffer Problems and hangs in 4.0-CURRENT..)

2000-03-16 Thread Martin Cracauer
testing that would suggest this is actually the case at this point. I appended an old posting of mine. No 3com cards, though. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg

Re: Floating point exceptions.

2000-03-21 Thread Martin Cracauer
thing? The outcome was that applications that care must set the control word themself and that we go the way of least resistance for the rest. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private

Re: Floating point exceptions.

2000-03-21 Thread Martin Cracauer
uff is simple inline assembler that I personally used in Linux, it should be relativly easy to carry it around with your application on i386 machines. Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (pr

Re: libobjc and stack problems. (really libc_r and stack size)

2000-03-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
because it takes off files from the vendor branch. But we also have a gdb in ports, where patches are more welcome. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax

Re: cvs commit: src/lib/libstand ext2fs

2000-04-30 Thread Martin Cracauer
system to populate / modify if linux has trouble with ffs. /wishlist Just modify /sbin/init to do a changeroot before anything else. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940

Re: One more question (different now)

2000-05-12 Thread Martin Cracauer
e? I need this one. "Not yet" is what comp.std.c says, but any time soon. It is excepted to be available as a cheap PDF like the C++ standard. [info could be out of date, didn't check news for weeks] Martin -- %%%%% Martin Craca

panic: pmap_enter: attempted pmap_enter on 4MB page

2000-05-24 Thread Martin Cracauer
?? () #17 0x811e317 in ?? () #18 0x814f1d0 in ?? () #19 0x814d235 in ?? () #20 0x8173a48 in ?? () #21 0x807c309 in ?? () (kgdb) -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, German

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

2000-05-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
Have you tried building and installing the new binutils before compiling the rest of the world? Some assembler files are not compatible with the old binutils. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer

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

2000-05-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Martin Cracauer writes: : Have you tried building and installing the new binutils before : compiling the rest of the world? This shouldn't be required for buildworld. If it is, then it is a bug in the buildworld

Re: Oddities with the new binutils

2000-06-07 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: Oddities with the new binutils

2000-06-07 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Martin Cracauer wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED], David O'Brien wrote: On Fri, Jun 02, 2000 at 04:42:29PM +0930, Matthew Thyer wrote: Three issues: - floating point math doesn't seem to work properly: I don't have a -current machine I want to delete all ports from

Re: VMware detection code in boot loader

2000-06-19 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: SMP locking primities (was Re: HEADS UP: Destabilization due to SMP development)

2000-06-20 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Am I the only person who miss a brief document which tells what the outcome of the meeting was ? Who was there, anyway? Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

Bootstrapping perl (Re: cvs commit: src/gnu/usr.bin/perl Makefile.inc src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/libperl Makefile src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/miniperl Makefile)

2000-06-26 Thread Martin Cracauer
[CC'ed to current] In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Martin Cracauer wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mark Murray wrote: May I have a login on your build box to have a look? It would be more useful if you could put a log of your buildworld (at least the perl-related parts) somewhere so I can look how

Re: Bootstrapping perl (Re: cvs commit: src/gnu/usr.bin/perl Makefile.inc src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/libperl Makefile src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/miniperl Makefile)

2000-06-26 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Martin Cracauer writes: : [CC'ed to current] : Message to others for bootstrapping: : : Checkout perl (contrib/perl5 and gnu/usr.bin/perl) from -D 2624, : build and install it manually, then update both dirs to HEAD

Re: Bootstrapping perl (Re: cvs commit: src/gnu/usr.bin/perl Makefile.inc src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/libperl Makefile src/gnu/usr.bin/perl/miniperl Makefile)

2000-06-26 Thread Martin Cracauer
em by just copying an old /usr/bin/perl executable to it and trying to build. Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org/ To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: -current of 3 hours ago, can't get GENERIC kernel compiled

2000-06-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
. See example cvsup files. Yes, a HEADS up or an entry to /usr/src/UPDATE would have been great. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org

Re: /bin/sh dumps core with here-document of 8bit text

2000-07-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: /bin/sh dumps core with here-document of 8bit text

2000-07-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
-- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org/ ? test2 ? test1 ? l ? Makefile.cra ? builtins.c ? builtins.h ? mknodes ? nodes.h ? nodes.c ? mksyntax ? syntax.c ? syntax.h ? token.h ? y.tab.h ? y.tab.c ? arith.c

Re: /bin/sh dumps core with here-document of 8bit text

2000-07-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 09:47:08AM +0200, Martin Cracauer wrote: ! if (c = CTLESC c = CTLQUOTEMARK) { synentry = CWORD; ! fprintf(stderr

Re: /bin/sh dumps core with here-document of 8bit text

2000-07-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Fri, Jul 28, 2000 at 09:03:49AM +0200, Martin Cracauer wrote: 1) It seems that you can work around the coredump by looking at the next char after \202. For real expansions of variables in here-documents that is \201. Once can

vn broken?

2000-08-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: vn broken?

2000-08-28 Thread Martin Cracauer
pid 82131 [truncated] Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsub

Please review sh SIGSTOP fix

2001-02-02 Thread Martin Cracauer
itcmd == 0) || + (WIFSTOPPED(status) !iflag)); in_dowait--; if (breakwaitcmd != 0) { breakwaitcmd = 0; -- %%%%%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED]http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ As far as I'm

Re: Please review sh SIGSTOP fix

2001-02-06 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Randell Jesup wrote: Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: would you please have a look at the following sh fix? My brain is a bit rusty and maybe I overlook a drawback. When a child is receiving SIGSTOP, eval continues with the next command. While

Re: Please review sh SIGSTOP fix

2001-02-06 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Martin Cracauer wrote: If you really want to background one process from /etc/rc, you would still do that by writing a wrapped that catches SIGINT and send ^^^ ^ wrapper shellscript

Data corruption over NFS in -current

2012-01-11 Thread Martin Cracauer
, mostly zeros I did do some ports building lately but not at the same time that this problem manifested itself. I speculate some ports blocks were still resident in the filesystem buffer cache. Server is Linux. Martin -- %%% Martin

Re: Data corruption over NFS in -current

2012-01-11 Thread Martin Cracauer
Stefan Bethke wrote on Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 07:14:44PM +0100: Am 11.01.2012 um 17:57 schrieb Martin Cracauer: I'm sorry for the unspecific bug report but I thought a heads-up is better than none. $ uname -a FreeBSD wings.cons.org 10.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT #2: Wed Dec 28 12

Re: Data corruption over NFS in -current

2012-01-11 Thread Martin Cracauer
Rick Macklem wrote on Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 08:42:25PM -0500: Martin Cracauer wrote: Stefan Bethke wrote on Wed, Jan 11, 2012 at 07:14:44PM +0100: Am 11.01.2012 um 17:57 schrieb Martin Cracauer: I'm sorry for the unspecific bug report but I thought a heads-up is better than

Re: Data corruption over NFS in -current

2012-01-13 Thread Martin Cracauer
this script run is dominated by system time now and gets 10x slower as it is now. Martin -- %%% Martin Cracauer craca...@cons.org http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ ___ freebsd-current

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-15 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-15 Thread Martin Cracauer
OK, the problem is real. BTW, its worse: #! /bin/sh hash -v PATH=/sbin:/bin PATH=/foo:/bar:/bin ls hash -v ls = coredump Working on it. -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-15 Thread Martin Cracauer
with the hashtable too directly in too many places. Appended diff does the second route. Does it fix your problems? Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-15 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Marcel Moolenaar wrote: Martin Cracauer wrote: In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Marcel Moolenaar wrote: It seems to me that when there's a PATH= assignment you don't want to add anything to the cache or alternatively, clear the cache after execution of the command

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-16 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-17 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Dec 16, 1999 at 03:40:20PM +0100, Martin Cracauer wrote: You can also fool sh into running the *wrong* binary if if you have two in showdowed paths: pdksh does not suffer from either this problem or the problem that started this thread

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-20 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Brian Fundakowski Feldman wrote: On Fri, 17 Dec 1999, Martin Cracauer wrote: I still think we should *seriously* consider switching to pdksh. As I said before, pdksh has other bugs. Also we would loose all the PRs we received in the past. This testing

Re: sh(1) broken caching [was: Re: Broken sh(1)?]

1999-12-20 Thread Martin Cracauer
of those cases, I will. That would be nice. I'm collecting items for a formal, automatic test suite. That goes to every reader of this list, of course :-). Thanks Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http

Re: FreeBSD 4.0-RELEASE hardware specs, advice/experience requested

2000-01-03 Thread Martin Cracauer
with a better price/performance ratio at a low thermal (chassis is very compact). Last time I checked the fxp chips got much hotter than either a DEC 21143 or a realtek 8139 (which is otherwise unrecommended). Martin -- % Martin Cracauer

Hardwiring SCSI device ID broken?

2000-02-02 Thread Martin Cracauer
cd0 at scbus1 target 6 device cd1 at scbus1 target 2 However, config rejects it: config: line 239: ahc 0 not defined config: line 240: ahc 1 not defined Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Hardwiring SCSI device ID broken?

2000-02-07 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Peter Wemm wrote: Igor Timkin wrote: Martin Cracauer wrote: It seem hardwiring SCSI devices is broken in -current: dmesg would be useful, otherwise we can't even begin to guess what happened. I can't provide it now. The machine is in production use this week

Re: Hardwiring SCSI device ID broken?

2000-02-07 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], tele danmarQ kvindeservice wrote: On Mon, 7 Feb 19100, Martin Cracauer wrote: It seem hardwiring SCSI devices is broken in -current: dmesg would be useful, otherwise we can't even begin to guess what happened. I can't provide it now. I don't have

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-02-25 Thread Martin Cracauer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 23, 2000 at 02:31:01PM +0100, Martin Cracauer wrote: Where's the bug, anyway? Do we need to fix the compiler or would it be better to get a newer assembler? A new assembler (whole binutils) is on the way, probably around the end

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-02-23 Thread Martin Cracauer
re knowledge about it. Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 shlib.tar.gz

Re: Interesting failure mode for static linking with shared libs.

2000-02-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: Crashing netscape?

2000-02-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
for the BSDI version of Navigator 3.04 so that it display *.png files as it displays *.gif files now? As I understand, a plugin doesn't have fine enough access to the display code to do this, right? Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL

extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-02-22 Thread Martin Cracauer
er down, when accessing tzname[0] or tzname[1] for reading, the program dumps core, both when running in gdb and running standalone. As I said, everything works fine when linking statically. In 3.4-stable, all is well for static and dynamic linking. Martin -- %

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-02-23 Thread Martin Cracauer
seems to be the line that writes the GOTOFF without an argument. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: extern variables in shared libraries broken (ld.so or mmap bug)

2000-02-23 Thread Martin Cracauer
r? Martin -- %%%%% Martin Cracauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: C++ compliler unable to produce excutables

1999-01-19 Thread Martin Cracauer
and the usual stuff `uname -a` and such. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer craca...@cons.org http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord...@freebsd.org

Re: sh(1) -- exec vs. fork

1999-02-24 Thread Martin Cracauer
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Re: Promise IDE board docs

1999-02-24 Thread Martin Cracauer
ran much faster than those on the BIOSless controller. Martin -- % Martin Cracauer craca...@cons.org http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ BSD User Group Hamburg, Germany http://www.bsdhh.org/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord

Re: HEADS UP: utmp.h gone. All welcome utmpx.h.

2010-02-12 Thread Martin Cracauer
? The manpage is still for utmp, not utmpx, unless my -current got hopelessly out of sync. Martin -- %%% Martin Cracauer craca...@cons.org http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ FreeBSD - where you want to go, today. http://www.freebsd.org

Re: HEADS UP: utmp.h gone. All welcome utmpx.h.

2010-02-12 Thread Martin Cracauer
Martin Cracauer wrote on Fri, Feb 12, 2010 at 05:24:06PM -0500: editors/emacs21 and emacs22 are still broken with this. Changing utmp to utmpx in #include and in the struct declares I still get: filelock.c:297: error: 'struct utmpx' has no member named 'ut_time' filelock.c:299: error

FP exceptions broken (Re: Interesting bogons from last night's 4.0 snapshot.)

1999-05-29 Thread Martin Cracauer
dumped) Martin -- % Martin Cracauer craca...@cons.org http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ Tel.: (private) +4940 5221829 Fax.: (private) +4940 5228536 To Unsubscribe: send mail to majord...@freebsd.org with unsubscribe freebsd-current

Re: Depreciate and remove gbde

2015-10-23 Thread Martin Cracauer
erits (which > I've found it does have). However, if it turns out in X years from today > GELI can do everything GDBE can do and better, then I would say we should > figure out a way to remove GDBE. > > On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 7:44 PM, Martin Cracauer <craca...@cons.org> wrote:

Re: Depreciate and remove gbde

2015-10-19 Thread Martin Cracauer
. Martin -- %%%%%%% Martin Cracauer <craca...@cons.org> http://www.cons.org/cracauer/ ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any m