Re: ata broken on Thinkpad A22m

2003-10-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
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Re: GCC withdraw (was: Re: patch to add AES intrinsics to gcc)

2013-08-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
As for me I expect something like this: . 9.x gcc default and clang in base; . 10.x clang default and gcc in base; . 11.x gcc withdraw. There is also the concern whether clang in base will reliably build gcc required for some ports, and then there are those CPU architectures for which clang

Re: Why are cardbus drivers cbb(4) and pccard(4) still included in GENERIC?

2013-08-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
In reference to this FreeBSD forums post: http://forums.freebsd.org/showpost.php?p=231135postcount=4 Would it be a good time to remove those from GENERIC since the hardware they are for is becoming so seriously outdated? There's always an option to load those drivers as

Re: 10-alpha1 iso does not boot

2013-09-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
FreeBSD-10.0-ALPHA1-i386-disc1.iso Verified checksum. I can not boot from CD-RW at all - it does not seem to be recognized. Anybody else has similar experience ? jb Is your CD-RW not recognized even before it tries to boot? Is your disc1.iso burned to CD or DVD? Is the drive CD or DVD? If

Re: urtwn driver for Edimax EW-7811U WLAN nano USB Adapter

2013-10-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
I just happened to be browsing man urtwn in NetBSD-current (6.99.23), and Edimax EW-7811Un is listed as supported by this driver. This strongly suggests it should work for FreeBSD-current (barring bugs). Tom ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org

Unable to installworld after successful buildworld and buildkernel

2013-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
From $SRCDIR/UPDATING To cross-install current onto a separate partition -- # In this approach we use a separate partition to hold # current's root, 'usr', and 'var' directories. A partition # holding /, /usr and

Re: Unable to installworld after successful buildworld and buildkernel

2013-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
To cross install FreeBSD on a system without the required users/groups you must either install them on the base system so that install and mtree can use them or use the -DDB_FROM_SRC option when running the installworld/installkernel/distribution targets. -- Brooks That worked for

Re: Unable to installworld after successful buildworld and buildkernel

2013-10-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
But where is DB_FROM_SRC documented? I never saw it anywhere. UPDATING file needs to be updated for installing FreeBSD on a partition where there is no OS installed. It's documented in Makefile.inc1 where the less commonly used options are documented. It should be documented in the

Re: Unable to installworld after successful buildworld and buildkernel

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
Quoting without so as not to interfere with the patch: How does this look: Index: UPDATING === --- UPDATING(revision 256024) +++ UPDATING(working copy) @@ -1899,7 +1899,7 @@ make buildkernel

Re: rcs

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Devin Teske: That wasn't the rationale. sysinstall was broken and more people wanted a replacement than wanted to see it fixed. bsdinstall is simply coming of age still (sysinstall had a 15 year run). Some things I disliked about sysinstall were choosing a type of install from a

Re: BE Loader Menu (was Re: rcs)

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Devin Teske: I'm late to the party again ;D (didn't realize the rcs thread had turned BE) Both problems can be solved. The loading of the kernel *after* choosing your boot device is trivial. We've been doing it at $work for *years* (almost a decade?) I can put that in, whenever.

Re: BE Loader Menu (was Re: rcs)

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Devin Teske: I'm late to the party again ;D (didn't realize the rcs thread had turned BE) Both problems can be solved. The loading of the kernel *after* choosing your boot device is trivial. We've been doing it at $work for *years* (almost a decade?) I can put that in, whenever.

Re: BE Loader Menu (was Re: rcs)

2013-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
Sorry for previous typo in From: line, missing right angle bracket at end. Then, in a finger error, I resent that message just before finding the error and making the needed correction. from Devin Teske: I'm late to the party again ;D (didn't realize the rcs thread had turned BE) Both

What happened to nslookup?

2013-10-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
I thought I sent this message yesterday, but couldn't find it in the downloaded list messages, so maybe I forgot. Whatever happened to /usr/bin/nslookup in FreeBSD-current, and what is one supposed to use in its place? I see nslookup is in FreeBSD 9.2, but why not in -current? There has been

Re: What happened to nslookup?

2013-10-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Fri, Oct 11, 2013 at 10:10:26PM +, Thomas Mueller wrote: ... Whatever happened to /usr/bin/nslookup in FreeBSD-current, and what is one supposed to use in its place? Use host. nslookup was part of BIND, and has been deprecated for years (IIRC). Peace, david -- David H

Re: stable-10 or head?

2013-10-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Guido Falsi: On 10/12/13 15:29, John wrote: Hello currents, I have a 9.2-R vm and I'd like to bring it up to 10 (i.e what will eventually be 10-RELEASE). So, do I svn 10-STABLE or HEAD? I think 10-STABLE but I just want to check. You are correct. branch stable/10 on

Re: BE Loader Menu (was Re: rcs)

2013-10-14 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Juergen Lock: If you mean it loads the kernel but then crashes instead of booting it then your grub2 version is missing this fix: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=699002 I used Super Grub2 Disk image on the System Rescue CD written to USB stick.

dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Etnernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-10-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
for MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard on FreeBSD 10.0-BETA1, from /var/run/dmesg.boot: re0: Using 1 MSI-X message re0: Chip rev. 0x2c80 re0: MAC rev. 0x miibus0: MII bus on re0 rgephy0: RTL8169S/8110S/8211 1000BASE-T media interface PHY 1 on miibus0 rgephy0: none, 10baseT, 10baseT-FDX,

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
I'd like to remove the NDISulator. I've had many requests to update it to the latest NDIS version and support more of the 64 bit wifi drivers. But, to be perfectly honest, I have no desire to keep hacking at this. The world has changed quite a bit - we can port/reimplement drivers from Linux

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
The NDISulator is a crutch from a time when there wasn't _any_ real alternative. There are plenty of alternatives now. What's lacking is desire and person-power. But the datasheets are there, or the vendor code has been released, or there's linux/otherbsd drivers. Leaving it in there is

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 23 October 2013 13:10, claudiu vasadi claudiu.vas...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Still getting the Cannot reset interface wlan0 - exit status 1 in wifimgr but no crash yet. Will keep trying :D I have no idea about that. It's likely there's some net80211/iwn bug(s) but I

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-23 Thread Thomas Mueller
The later driver model isn't supported by ndisulator. We'd have to implement all the newer NDIS stuff for wifi and ethernet. In the later NDIS layer the Microsoft Wireless Services implement a bunch of stuff that used to be up to the driver. Ie, the driver just exposed an ethernet

Re: [rfc] removing the NDISulator

2013-10-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 24.10.2013 05:46, Thomas Mueller wrote: I have motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) with Realtek 8111E Ethernet that fails to connect in FreeBSD or OpenBSD, OK with NetBSD-current and Linux, and Atheros AR9271 onboard wifi: device athn is included in NetBSD (current only) and OpenBSD

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your /etc/rc.conf, a panic report will be generated and sent to root@ for you

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Mark Felder: Question that arises is how does the system know where to send the email, and through what SMTP server, especially if panicmail_autosubmit=YES. Every computer on the planet has the capability of being able to send email directly without an SMTP server. The only question

dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Yonghyeon PYUN: Thomas, would you try attached patch on your system? [-- Attachment #2: re.8168evl.diff --] [-- Type: text/x-diff, Encoding: 7bit, Size: 3.6K --] Content-Type: text/x-diff; charset=us-ascii Content-Disposition: attachment;

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
I tried the patch on 9.2-STABLE, rebuilt the kernel and modules, installed to the correct place on USB stick, /media/zip0/boot/kernelre USB stick was mounted on /media/zip0 when I did this. Then I umounted, took the USB stick to new computer with MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard. I booted that USB

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
For a future test of any updates to re driver, it might be best if I comment out device re in kernel config and test the update by building the module. I never built just a single module before, not sure if I would do it the correct way. Simply make in /usr/src/sys/modules/re and then make

Re: dhclient failure with Realtek 8111E Ethernet on new MSI motherboard

2013-11-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Daniel Nebdal: Ethernet without DHCP is fairly doable. Assuming that the network is 192.168.0.x , that .100 is free, and your router has .1 : ifconfig re0 192.168.0.100/24 route add default 192.168.0.1 As for DNS, I'd suggest checking on another machine what servers you get from

Re: 10.0-RELEASE cycle status update

2013-11-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
As some may have noticed, the 10.0-RELEASE cycle has slipped a bit behind schedule. Here is where we stand at the moment: - The iconv issues mentioned in a previous status update email[1] are being looked at extensively. There are a number of iconv(3) fixes that have been

Re: 10.0-RELEASE cycle status update

2013-11-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Glen Barber and my previous message: Software crashes because of incorrect/missing character encodings are one symptom in particular. Release engineering estimated dates ought to be updated on the website. Once -BETA4 is out, the remaining dates will be updated accordingly. I do not

Re: VIA Sprinboard: Alternative to Raspberry Pi - working with FBSD CURRENT?

2013-11-22 Thread Thomas Mueller
from O. Hartmann: Recently, I stumbled into this board, which looks promising: http://www.viaspringboard.com/products.html Does anybody know whether the offered hardware (chipse, CPU, WiFi chipset) is supported by FreeBSD? I went to that URL and noticed that the WiFi chip was Atheros

Re: request for help: MFC net80211 fixes from -HEAD to -10

2013-12-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: hi all, I'd like a developer or two to organise the MFC of anything that's in net80211 on -HEAD back to -10 before 10.0-REL. There's a few critical fixes that need to go in but I just don't have the time to do it myself. :( Thanks! There are a couple things I

Re: FreeBSD 10.0-BETA4 now available

2013-12-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Glen Barber (excerpt): Changes between -BETA3 and -BETA4 include: - Add preliminary support for RTL8106E, RTL8168G, RTL8168GU, RTL8411B, and RTL8168EP. - Enable fingerprint checking in pkg(8) for FreeBSD-provided binary packages. - Remove the WITH_LIBICONV_COMPAT

Re: svn ports, or the hen egg

2013-12-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
I had (still have) svn on a USB-stick installation of FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE. So I tried to use that to checkout the src tree for FreeBSD-HEAD; re(4) recognized my on-motherboard (MSI Z77 MPOWER) Ethernet but couldn't connect. So, after NetBSD 6.1_STABLE hung consistently on boot, NetBSD-current

Re: urtwn driver for Edimax EW-7811U WLAN nano USB Adapter

2013-12-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Thu, Dec 19, 2013 at 09:56:31AM +0800, Kevin Lo wrote: Your usb wlan dongles use RTL8188EU chip which is currently not supported by any of drivers. I see; I guess I should not have believed when I was told that most likely all it would take is id-patch urtwn(4). ;-) Does anyone know

Re: RTL8111/8168B not negotiating 1GB

2014-01-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
but the problem is we need to patch the re driver somehow because I have many motherboards where this exact nic does not work correctly. Sam Fourman Jr. Misery loves company! My new MSI Z77 MPOWER motherboard with onboard Realtek 8111E NIC is affected by this re(4) bug. Ethernet is

Re: Screwy behavior in ports framework

2011-09-13 Thread Thomas Mueller
Sorry about fubar e-mail address, it was a typo, missing at the end of the line: From: Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net I'm surprised the e-mail went through that way. WKRDIR needs to be an absolute path and will break when it moves up the tree to install dependencies. The most

Re: 9.0 beta2 the new bsdinstaller

2011-09-20 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thomas Mueller mueller6727@bellsouth.net There was a typo on my part that I failed to correct, missing at the end of From: Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.net Responding to Warren Block wbl...@wonkity.com and others on the boot partition: So the 64 KB boot partition, nonbootable on my

Re: 9.0 beta2 the new bsdinstaller

2011-09-21 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Matthew D. Fuller fulle...@over-yonder.net: I've been meaning to mention this, but we really should document somewhere that it has a _MAXIMUM_ size. I setup a system a few weeks back with GPT, and figured I'd just make the first 'real' partition start at the 1 meg mark. And make

Re: 9.0 beta2 the new bsdinstaller

2011-09-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
More concerns and questions onthe new bsdinstall: There is no upgrade function. How will a user be able to upgrade to BETA3 (or RC1?) without wiping out BETA2 installation? For instance, user might have built many software applications from ports and not want to rebuild everything. Other

Re: Experiences with FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2

2011-09-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Brett Glass br...@lariat.net: Unfortunately, due to past history, /usr is mixed-use. It normally contains both configuration information -- e.g. /usr/local/etc -- and more volatile data such as users' home directories. This prevents /usr/local/etc, which also contains mission-critical

FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2 or 3?

2011-09-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
I see a thread, FreeBSD 9-Beta3 on X300 problems. and now am curious about what is the current beta? I looked at ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ and found a BETA3 but only for some platforms not including i386 and amd64. Maybe the burncd problem, not working on SATA, is a temporary

Re: FreeBSD 9.0-BETA2 or 3?

2011-09-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
I looked at ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/ and found a BETA3 but only for some platforms not including i386 and amd64, but that was yesterday. I looked later during the day and found the BETA3 for i386 and amd64. Now the question is how to update without trashing the BETA2

Re: cvsup broken on amd64?

2011-10-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, I've committed this to -head. I'd appreciate it if csup users would give this a thorough testing and report back to the list with results. I won't submit this as a merge candidate this to stable/9 without a whole lot of testing. :) Thanks, Adrian I am now in 9.0-BETA2

Re: cvsup broken on amd64?

2011-10-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
cvsup is a port, so you would need to install that to have cvsup. csup and cvsup are totally different code bases in different languages. (csup is C and cvsup is Modula-3.) You probably want to install cvsup as a package as installing the port also requires building all of the Modula-3

Re: Memstick image differences between 8.x and 9.x

2011-10-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
One issue that has not come up on the emailing list is that dd, designed to work with memsticks of various capacities, can not make the backup gpt at the end of the memstick. Partition is just big enough to hold the data, and I ran out of inodes at times due to the installer writing to /tmp on

Re: x.0 RELASE isn't for production.

2011-10-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
MHO different OS releases (Unix or not) are usually at the state of FreeBSD current regarding stability. FreeBSD late BETA and early RC are usually very stable. Therefore the approximate one month period between the first beta and the release is adequate time. I see your point, especially

Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2011-10-27 Thread Thomas Mueller
I just finished the upgrade from source from 9.0-BETA2 to RC1, and I find two problems. First, I lost my users; nonroot user names are not recognized, if for instance I type passwd arlene I already tried to login as arlene with old password, no good. I copied the /etc directory to a backup

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2011-10-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Tom Evans tevans...@googlemail.com: I have had this happen before, the PEBKAC. When running mergemaster, it will prompt you to install new passwd, master.passwd and group files - if you have added local users you must not say yes to this, you must either merge the changes in or keep your

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2011-10-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Tom Evans tevans...@googlemail.com: I have had this happen before, the PEBKAC. When running mergemaster, it will prompt you to install new passwd, master.passwd and group files - if you have added local users you must not say yes to this, you must either merge the changes in or keep your

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2011-10-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd Cheers, Matthew Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. That did it! Now I can login as nonroot and startx. I found pwd_mkdb in my searching, but would not have known to use '-p'. I might have done pwd_mkdb /etc/master.passwd from

Re: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available...

2011-11-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
If you would like to use csup/cvsup mechanisms to access the source tree the branch tag to use is now RELENG_9_0, if you use . (head) you will get 10-CURRENT. If you would like to access the source tree via SVN it is svn://svn.freebsd.org/base/releng/9.0/. We still have the nit that the

Re: FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 Available...

2011-11-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 18/11/2011 10:53, Thomas Mueller wrote: *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_9 Am I screwed, am I OK, or do I simply have to rerun csup with RELENG_9_0 instead of RELENG_9 ? Not screwed, but you'll be running 9.0-PRERELEASE rather than 9.0-RC2. If you want to switch to the 9.0

Re: options atapicam and/or device ATA_CAM in kernel config?

2011-11-28 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 11/27/11, Lowell Gilbert freebsd-questions-lo...@be-well.ilk.org wrote: b. f. bf1...@googlemail.com writes: What is the role of options atapicam and device ATA_CAM in kernel config file? Are they redundant? Kernel will build with both these options, but will it make things

man ugen error

2011-11-30 Thread Thomas Mueller
According to ugen man page, ugen can be compiled into the kernel with device ugen in config file. I tried that in the kernel config when upgrading from FreeBSD 9.0-RC1 to RC2, but the kernel build stopped quickly with the message that ugen was not valid. After removing that line from kernel

Re: man ugen error

2011-12-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Wednesday 30 November 2011 11:24:39 Thomas Mueller wrote: According to ugen man page, ugen can be compiled into the kernel with device ugen in config file. I tried that in the kernel config when upgrading from FreeBSD 9.0-RC1 to RC2, but the kernel build stopped quickly

Re: man ugen error

2011-12-02 Thread Thomas Mueller
^ What version of FreeBSD do you run? Do you not have a ugen manpage? Can you run man ugen? ^ I have the manpages for ugen, and man usb, also man 4 usb, but no diff as such. ^ I guess ugen manpage failed to reflect becoming part of usb. ^ Tom There is: share/man/man4/ugen.4 in

Re: CVS removal from the base

2011-12-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Mehmet Erol Sanliturk m.e.sanlit...@gmail.com: Supplying only a console-mode FreeBSD as a release is making FreeBSD unusable for peoples who they are not computing experts . To allow less experienced people to use FreeBSD easily , it is necessary to include a selected

Re: MPSAFE VFS -- List of upcoming actions

2012-06-29 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 06/29/12 16:32, Attilio Rao wrote: As already published several times, according to the following plan: http://wiki.freebsd.org/NONMPSAFE_DEORBIT_VFS in 2 months the code dealing with non-MPSAFE filesystem will be removed and filesystems not yet MPSAFE will be disconnected from the tree.

Re: MPSAFE VFS -- List of upcoming actions

2012-06-30 Thread Thomas Mueller
You can not only run Linux on XFS (which I do) but it is still likely the most reliable and consistently performant of the filesystems available in Linux because of its origin and its maturity. XFS did not originate in Linux (it originated in SGI's Irix) so it should not surprise that Linux

Re: MPSAFE VFS -- List of upcoming actions

2012-07-19 Thread Thomas Mueller
On 07/17/2012 22:54, Gustau Pérez i Querol wrote: In fact filesystems not particulary specific and not tied our kernel would go to userspace; thinks like smbfs, nwfs, ntfs, ext2 o ext4 for example should be in userspace Doug Barton responded: A big -1 here. The more native FS support we

Re: freebsd-current Digest, Vol 465, Issue 5

2012-09-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
[-- Attachment #1 --] [-- Type: text/plain, Encoding: base64, Size: 49K --] Help - Reply message - From: freebsd-current-requ...@freebsd.org To: freebsd-current@freebsd.org Subject: freebsd-current Digest, Vol 465, Issue 5 Date: Thu, Sep 13, 2012 8:00 am (and much more) This

Re: A little question about safe mode

2012-10-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hello there. I have problem here, and don't know if it's bug or feature :) If I prerare boot media (hdd, sd card,usb, etc) with FreeBSD, and NOT create there fstab, I see such behavior: 1. I need enter manually where from mount root (e.g. ufs:ada0s1a or ufs:ada0s1a rw) 2. If I enter

Re: [head tinderbox] failure on arm/arm

2012-11-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Brett brett.ma...@gmx.com: Just an observation: a few years ago when I got sick of Linux's headlong rush development model, I subscribed to various BSD mailing lists to see what +else was out there. I considered FreeBSD at the time - there was a neverending avalanche of [head

Re: CFT: Overhauled CPSW driver for BeagleBone

2013-01-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
On Tue, 1 Jan 2013 10:55:58 -0800 Tim Kientzle kient...@freebsd.org wrote: On Jan 1, 2013, at 8:12 AM, Brett Wynkoop wrote: Greeting- The driver is working much better than the driver currently in head. I have maintained an ssh connection to the BeagleBone for more than 24

Burning CDs and DVDs on SATA drive in FreeBSD 9.0

2011-12-07 Thread Thomas Mueller
I can't get cdrtools (cdrecord or readcd) to work on FreeBSD 9.0-RC2, and now I see RC3 is available. I tried options ATA_CAM in kernel config, removing device atapicam, but still readcd -scanbus or cdrecord -scanbus refuses to work, running as root. camcontrol devlist shows my DVD drive,

Re: Burning CDs and DVDs on SATA drive in FreeBSD 9.0

2011-12-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
from my last message: I can't get cdrtools (cdrecord or readcd) to work on FreeBSD 9.0-RC2, and now I see RC3 is available. I tried options ATA_CAM in kernel config, removing device atapicam, but still readcd -scanbus or cdrecord -scanbus refuses to work, running as root. camcontrol devlist

Re: Burning CDs and DVDs on SATA drive in FreeBSD 9.0

2011-12-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
Recompile the port; the CAM ioctl numbers have changed. Cheers Michiel When did these CAM ioctl numbers change? Was it before or after I built and installed cdrtools? Running ls -rtl /var/db/pkg/cdrtools-3.00_1 produces total 48 -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 17550 Sep 26 09:20 +MTREE_DIRS

Re: Burning CDs and DVDs on SATA drive in FreeBSD 9.0

2011-12-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
--- On Fri, 12/9/11, Marius Strobl mar...@alchemy.franken.de wrote: +, Thomas Mueller wrote: Recompile the port; the CAM ioctl numbers have changed. Cheers Michiel When did these CAM ioctl numbers change?  Was it before or after I built and installed cdrtools? Running ls

Re: Burning CDs and DVDs on SATA drive in FreeBSD 9.0

2011-12-11 Thread Thomas Mueller
--- On Sat, 12/10/11, Marius Strobl mar...@alchemy.franken.de wrote: I'm not sure what CAM IOCTL number change others are referring to but you certainly need to rebuild libcam consumers after r225950, which was merged to stable/9 in r226067 on October 6 2011. Marius  

Re: -ffast-math in Ports and wrong generated code

2012-04-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
code with -ffast-math -fno-finite-math-only should restore the call to finite(). -- Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd-current

Re: FreeBSD 10 prognostication...

2012-05-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
Umm, it's about as factual as The Onion, except not as funny. FreeBSD never had to jettison two thirds of its code base and start from scratch. Apple is not involved in FreeBSD development. No Mac OS X or Darwin version includes FreeBSD. FreeBSD and Mac OS X will never merge. FreeBSD was

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus

2012-05-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd Cheers, Matthew Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. That did it! Now I can login as nonroot and startx. I found pwd_mkdb in my searching, but would not have known to use '-p'. I might have done pwd_mkdb /etc/master.passwd from

Re: Upgrade from source to RC1: problems with /etc : lost users and dbus: resent by mistake

2012-05-18 Thread Thomas Mueller
pwd_mkdb -p /etc/master.passwd Cheers, Matthew Dr Matthew J Seaman MA, D.Phil. That did it! Now I can login as nonroot and startx. (snip) Sorry, I didn't mean to send this old message again! I changed this message to send to freebsd-stable list, saved

Re: x220 notes

2013-01-30 Thread Thomas Mueller
Excerpt from Andrey Fesenko f0and...@gmail.com: And other problems. 1) wi-fi standart rtl8192cu - not work change AR5B95 - work n-mode (thanks Adrian Chadd :) need hack BIOS dev.acpi_ibm.0.wlan: 1 - read only hardware switch work, not send mesage What did you try to make rtl8192cu work?

Re: x220 notes

2013-02-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Andrey Fesenko f0and...@gmail.com: NDIS failed to raise working version. Win driver terrible ~5 firmware and other. urtwn such as usb devices and no porting FreeBSD only dirty hack http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-wireless/2012-November/002539.html just wanted to get wi-fi

Re: Xorg totally unusable with KMS and new Xorg on Sandy Bridge system: how to undo

2013-02-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thomas Mueller writes: I built the newer Xorg and it falls flat: goes to a nongraphic screen that is blank except for a rectangular cursor in the upper left corner, and now I want to get back to the earlier Xorg. System is Intel Sandy Bridge with i7 CPU. Robert Huff responds

Re: Xorg totally unusable with KMS and new Xorg on Sandy Bridge system: how to undo

2013-02-08 Thread Thomas Mueller
From Warren Block wbl...@wonkity.com: After adding those, graphics/libdrm must be rebuilt, and x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel must have the KMS option enabled and be rebuilt. If you just added WITH_NEW_XORG, there will be other xorg components that need to be updated. O no, I'm getting rid of

Re: xorg-server running on 10-current under VMware?

2013-05-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
or with clang and -O0 mage CFLAGS=-O0 gives me an X server that appears to work (displays root weave, xterm, and twm). -- Thomas Mueller ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send

Re: FreeBSD 10-RC4: Got crash in igb driver

2014-01-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
I work with Jack on FreeBSD network drivers, and we have a patch that we think might fix this problem. It re-implements the header pull-up code that was in the driver pre-2.4.0, but with IPv6 support. Alexandre, could you apply this patch to the igb version in HEAD and try it out on your

Re: Freebsd 11 current testing ndis / kldload: bcmwl564_sys.ko PANIC

2014-01-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
To Miguel Clara, you might try a USB wireless adapter. I use Hiro H50191, driver rsu. But you would need to do good research to find what the chip is, and which FreeBSD driver, if any, would it work with, before you buy. NDISulator looks worth trying. FreeBSD users will want to know if it

Re: libinit idea

2014-02-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Don Lewis: I've got a Fedora server here that has systemd and I've come to dislike it. It seems to be one of those Do not open. No user serviceable parts inside. sorts of things. I was never able to get it to start NUT properly. More often than not, it fails to come up

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-24 Thread Thomas Mueller
I never got far enough with DragonFlyBSD or OpenBSD on live USB to see osmpd or opensmtpd (OpenBSD or dma (DragonFly). I couldn't read hard drive from either OpenBSD or DragonFly, could read OpenBSD but not DragonFly live USB stick from FreeBSD and NetBSD, meaning poor interoperability on my

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-25 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Julio Merino: On Mon, Feb 24, 2014 at 6:47 AM, Thomas Mueller mueller6...@bellsouth.netwrote: To Julio Merino: How long did NetBSD include both sendmail and postfix in base? What NetBSD releases? What was the first release that included both sendmail and postfix, and the first

Re: Import of DragonFly Mail Agent

2014-02-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Mark Felder: Yes, however the Sendmail in base on FreeBSD 8 and 9 is compiled against OpenSSL 1.0 which means it's missing support for TLS 1.2, SNI, and other modern best practice features. That suggests putting sendmail to ports rather than base system, so that updates would not

Status of llvm/clang 3.4?

2014-03-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
What is the current status of clang, regarding known bugs, on FreeBSD-current? There were reports of www/firefox failing to build because of bug in llvm. Can I currently build ports normally on FreeBSD-current amd64 and i386, or do I need to wait? Or update system and build ports on my FreeBSD

Re: firebox build fails post clang-3.4 merge

2014-03-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
Thanks for the fast work! The patched solve the problem for me and I was able to install and run firefox on 11.0-CURRENT i386. I have imported the upstream fix for this bug in r262809, and I will MFC it after one week. Happy Firefoxing. :-) -Dimitry Does this mean the bug is fixed in

Re: firebox build fails post clang-3.4 merge

2014-03-06 Thread Thomas Mueller
Does this mean the bug is fixed in 11-current? Yes, the bug is fixed in 11-CURRENT, as of Subversion revision r262809. MFC? Is that to 10-STABLE? Your message is less than clear. In FreeBSD, fixes are first applied to head (a.k.a -CURRENT), then after a

Re: gnash broken

2014-03-16 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, the gnash port is broken from two months ago , because have problem with the boost ports (link problem) Have other ports to emulate flash as browser plugins? Rizzo I have gnash 0.8.10_7 installed on FreeBSD 9.2-STABLE, and it quit working with the last update. Before then, it

Re: gnash broken

2014-03-17 Thread Thomas Mueller
I'm using the -current -- FreeBSD valfenda 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #16 r263202: Sat Mar 15 00:23:05 BRT 2014 root@:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/VALFENDA amd64 and the gnash don't work to me. I'm not using the flash plugin (from linux emulator) because I think different about this.

Mysterious crash/freeze in X11 with newcons

2014-04-15 Thread Thomas Mueller
I had two crashes, or more accurately, freezes, when web-browsing. First was with Firefox on an easy National Weather Service page, I was scrolling down with down-arrow key, and system suddenly froze, no response to keyboard or mouse, display stayed (until I hit Reset). uname -a shows

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-01 Thread Thomas Mueller
I sent this message, without this top part, over an hour ago, and notice wlan0 is still up. I intended but forgot to CC to freebsd-current. But I am in newcons, having not started X so far this boot session. Maybe something rotten with Xorg, or interaction between rsu and X, or rsu and

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Idwer Vollering vid...@gmail.com: I have a patch for that: Index: head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c === --- head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c (revision 266970) +++ head/sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c (working copy) @@ -69,11

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
Yes, please apply by hand. I'll see if I can do some testing myself. I happen to have one of these adapters too and the link is very unstable :-) --HPS Sometimes Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless adapter

Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Idwer Vollering vid...@gmail.com: I'm on 10-STABLE r267049, with a local change to sys/dev/usb/wlan/if_rsu.c that reverts EW7622UMN back to RTL8192SU_3. At least my adapter is working a bit more stable now :-) Mine seems to get stuck in rsu_calib_task: running calibration task often.

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-09 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: please bug freebsd-usb@ about flakey usb devices. I have a couple that i need to chase up hans about. they used to be less flakey. Flaky USB devices in FreeBSD, also NetBSD, are not limited to wireless adapters. I get console messages about keyboard and mouse

Re: Change for the worse in rsu wireless driver

2014-06-10 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Adrian Chadd: Buy a mini-pcie atheros wifi card. How do I know this would work with FreeBSD and/or NetBSD? I could switch the hard drives between the two computers, or put one hard drive in a Sabrent enclosure: IDE and SATA inside, USB 2.0 and eSATA outside interface. I could also buy

Re: usb issues on OLD USB 1.0 machine...

2014-06-12 Thread Thomas Mueller
Possibly increase the timing variables under: sysctl hw.usb.timings If they are not there, possibly the USB_DEBUG option has been removed from the kernel config. Can you check that? --HPS What are the units for sysctl.hw.usb.timings? Seconds? Milliseconds? I ran sysctl hw.usb.timings

rsu wireless driver crapshoot

2014-06-26 Thread Thomas Mueller
My Internet connection on this computer is very iffy at best, not running as I type this. Motherboard is MSI Z77 MPOWER. Ethernet is Realtek (re): good with NetBSD, Linux and Haiku, (Free,Open and DragonFly)BSD bug out. Only Internet connection for FreeBSD is Hiro H50191 USB-stick wireless

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