General feeling on merging APIs...

1999-06-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Justin T. Gibbs" writes: : The hope is to provide a consistent interface across : all *BSDs which is why I've addressed this to all of the *BSD projects. More generally, I'd like to identify areas where the kernel APIs of the various projects have diverged and see

Re: Fixing other people's code (was: world broken in vinum (PATCH))

1999-07-03 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Matthew Jacob writes: : You have to wait at least a little bit because with CVS there is no atomic : update of a set of modules. IF make world is broken, waiting at least a : certain period of time and then doing another update is important to : ensure that you just

Re: patch 4 UPDATING...

1999-07-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Osokin Sergey writes: : Little patch for UPDATING: Thanks! Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Perl stops make world

1999-07-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] gene writes: : This sounds old, I know zip about Perl, I think the latest is like : 5.005_04, but make in the /usr/ports/lang/perl5 directory gives me: You might want to try removing the perl port you have installed on your system, and then trying the make world

Re: alpha kernel build failure (w/patch)

1999-07-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Steve Price writes: : I wondered that as well. For both the i386 and alpha port : the definitions end up in /usr/include/machine/bus.h and : stripping off the arch-specific prefix shows that their value : is the same. Because the bus tag isn't guarnateed to be a

Re: alpha kernel build failure (w/patch)

1999-07-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bill Paul writes: : If we're really lucky then some day this will get fixed correctly, : by somebody who is not me, as I have plenty of other things to keep : me busy. I'm working on moderizing the bus space implementation right now. It will make writing the

How to cross build

1999-07-06 Thread Warner Losh
OK. Per many requests from the community, I've committed my cross compilation changes. To build you just say make buildworld TARGET=hpcmips TARGET_ARCH=mipsel or make buildworld TARGET=m68k TARGET_ARCH=m68k Right now you must specify both TARGET and TARGET_ARCH. You will want

Re: How to cross build

1999-07-06 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Birrell writes: : I was aiming to build a set of cross tools as (an optional) part of the : i386 build like binutils. When building the cross-compiler, defining : CROSS_COMPILE and setting the execution path will avoid the native : compiler. Then in the mk files,

Re: When will -CURRENT support PCMCIA modems again?

1999-07-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greg Lehey writes: : I've just updated my laptop from 3.2-RELEASE to 4.0-CURRENT, and I : find that PCMCIA modems (sio) are no longer supported. I'm playing : around with it to get it to work, but so far I've just managed to get : panics out of sioprobe. Before I

Re: sysinstall network performance

1999-08-01 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Daniel C. Sobral" writes: : Jordan exists. : : Don't go there. This whole existance-of-perl-scripts thingy is : dangerous territory. I've met jordan's cats, does that count :-) Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: PCMCIA drivers

1999-08-02 Thread Warner Losh
In message v02110102b3cae5bc55e9@DialupEudora Adam Wight writes: : First, the current zp driver cannot be configured if the pccard services : are being used, since it uses its own pccard code. Very Bad. : : Then, the PCMCIA model that we use now makes it impossible to use both : functions of a

Re: junior-hacker task: prepdisk

1999-08-02 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Poul-Henning Kamp writes: : My real beef here is not with the boot failure but with the fact that our : command line tools stink when I bring in a new blank disk... Yes. Several times I've hit this problem, but have never been PO'd enough to fix it... Warner To

Re: problem with last src/sys/pccard changes

1999-08-03 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Valentin S. Chopov" writes: : : After cvsup of src/sys/pccard and src/usr.sbin/pccard : from Aug 1, PCMCIA net card is not working. Te message : from pccardd is : : : Aug 3 02:28:42 valsho pccardd[256]: driver allocation : failed for IC-CARD(IC-CARD):

Re: Panic plus advice needed

1999-08-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Jeremy writes: : Someone with some free time on their hands might like to check thru : the egcs code to see if enabling debug can affect the code generation. : A quick check suggests that the relevant globals are write_symbols, : use_gnu_debug_info_extensions

Re: problem with last src/sys/pccard changes

1999-08-06 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Valentin S. Chopov" writes: : I wrote, I cvsuped both src/sys/pccard and : src/usr.sbin/pccard and compiled and installed of : course. Problem appears with new kernel code and new : pccardd code, but is is OK with old kernel code an new : pccardd code. But I already

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-09 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Mutsaers writes: : it, but I got suspicious because I'm running setiathome which accesses : the harddrive occasionally, and even during suspend mode I heard the : typical HDD sound sometimes. When I had my Libreto 50CT, I found that apm -Z (put into standby)

Re: it's time...

1999-08-10 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Peter Wemm writes: : This still needs more work to handle line wraps etc. Matthew Dodd did some : work in this area for the EISA code which should be able to be used. I'd be very careful of line wrapping probe messages. I have scripts that rely on them being on one

Re: recent apm changes

1999-08-10 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mitsuru IWASAKI writes: : + error = DEVICE_SUSPEND(root_bus); : + /* : + * XXX Shouldn't ignore the error like this, but should : + * instead fix the newbus code. Until that happens, : + * I'm doing this

Re: it's time...

1999-08-11 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Matthew N. Dodd" writes: : The line wrapping stuff I brought back for the EISA bus stuff in -current : makes it easy to define the wrap point. If some small number of people : want the ability to wrap at 132 or 40 or whatever, I don't think its : unreasonable to

Re: it's time...

1999-08-11 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Nate Williams writes: : And you plan on booting FreeBSD on your PDA? Yes. I'm already booting NetBSD/hpcmips on it But that's another thread all by itself... : stty columns is only effective *AFTER* you have a shell and the box has : booted. Yes I know that,

Re: it's time...

1999-08-11 Thread Warner Losh
After taking a break from this discussion, I do think that I like the idea of wrapping boot messages in a sane way at column n (= 80 by default) so long as one knows where messages from one device end and the next one begin. I'd also oppose things like foo0: .. irq foo0: 9 as opposed to

Re: it's time...

1999-08-11 Thread Warner Losh
[[ cc trimmed. ]] In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Matthew N. Dodd" writes: : check out eisa_reg_print() and eisa_print_child() in : sys/i386/eisa/eisaconf.c : : Sanity in output is a good thing. Agreed. I like what I see there. Maybe it is time to hoist something like that into bus_subr.c

Re: Problems with 4.0 keyboard input!

1999-08-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message 01bee5f0$c467c7c0$0264a8c0@.demon.nl "Ron Klinkien" writes: : After building a few succesfull 4.0 releases (last cvsupped on 13 aug 99), : the keyboard is acting very strange, i cannot login, : i get only strange characters, and when I hit CTRL I get: : : load: 0.04 cmd: login242

Re: Problems with 4.0 keyboard input!

1999-08-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : It's not the boot blocks doing anything explicit; they just use the BIOS. I have noticed that boot[12] doesn't seem to have this problem. However, after /boot/loader has been loaded, I see this problem from time to time. I don't know what is

Re: Kernel hacker tasks seek interested hackers

1999-08-15 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Narvi writes: : It's more the argument of "why do it *significantly* differently from : others?" VMS has done the PTYx: since the mid 80's :-) Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Q: Extending the sysctl MIB for Linuxulator variables

1999-08-15 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Brian F. Feldman" writes: : I suppose, but wouldn't the proper place be under machdep? I agree that : a linux top-level MIB would be easiest to remember. Linux isn't machdep. It is MI since we could have Linux/Alpha or Linux/MIPS emulators... Warner To

Re: Dropping connections without RST

1999-08-16 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Archie Cobbs writes: : Not that easily.. how are you going to make ipfw dynamically know : which ports have listeners and which don't? By filtering all RST packets? Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the

Re: cd writer recommendation?

1999-08-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Kenneth D. Merry" writes: : This is not a "baby" hacker project by any means. It will take someone : with a reasonable amount of knowledge and skill to do it. And time... Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in

Re: HEADS UP: at_shutdown going away

1999-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : Seriously though, I'm in the process of replacing a number of the : ad-hoc event handler callout lists in the kernel (most notably the : at_shutdown and apm* lists) with a generic implementation. Shouldn't the apm stuff use the new-bus hooks?

Re: Strange notebook boot misbehaviour.

1999-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Matt Crawford" writes: : On the Sony 505 mailing list, this was noted and said to be due to : Windows leaving the ethernet chip in some APM-related suspended : state. I've had problems with my Sony Notebook (my 505-TS) after running windows... A power cycle fixes

Re: REQ: Test /etc/rc clean-up

1999-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sheldon Hearn writes: : -if [ X$start_vinum = XYES ]; then : +if [ X"${start_vinum}" = X"YES" ]; then I never understood why you check against X"YES"? XYES always seemed much better than X"YES" since the latter is somewhat obscure. Both are identical... Warner

Re: Strange notebook boot misbehaviour.

1999-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Maxim Sobolev writes: : Card inserted, slot 1 : : ^ - Hangs after this message!!! I saw this once or twice on my 505TS when I had a bad IRQ for the pcic device. Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: HEADS UP: at_shutdown going away

1999-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : APM is only attached to the ISA bus for crufty reasons; I'm going to Actually, APM is attached to NEXUS. Why pass it kernel environment variables when it will likely be modified to grok whatever config scheme comes from newbus? Warner To

Re: The Matrix screensaver, v.0.2

1999-08-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message 15454.935598612@localhost "Jordan K. Hubbard" writes: : I think people are being almost clinically paranoid here. Hasbro and : folks got upset over TRADEMARK infringement, e.g. from using a name : they had trademarked. I rather doubt that Warner Bros. have managed : to trademark the

Re: The Matrix screensaver, v.0.2

1999-08-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message 5644.935710460@localhost "Jordan K. Hubbard" writes: : I seriously doubt they'll win this lawsuit. You can sue someone for : anything and everything, including having a hair color which : displeases you, of course, but whether you actually win the lawsuit or : have it thrown out is a

Re: followup to apm problems.

1999-08-31 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Nate Williams writes: : I think we need to set the interrupt mask to 0 in the PIC. : : I don't think makes any difference, since the APM Bios is in charge of : what happens at this point, and the BIOS is below the level of the OS. : The theory is that no more

Re: HEADS UP! ATA driver (atapi DMA)..

1999-08-31 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kevin Street writes: : I should have mentioned that ... it's a 32x cdrom. dmesg says it : claims to be able to do 5515 KB/sec. Is it a 32x cdrom or a 32x mamimum cdrom? There have been many of the big-num speed max, smaller-num speed average drives on the market

Re: followup to apm problems.

1999-09-01 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : It's reasonable to assume this, yes. However it's also worth bearing : in mind that since the BIOS isn't using these interrupts to _detect_ : activity, turning them off is pretty pointless. Then why does the key up event cause the suspend to

Re: recent apm changes (FYI)

1999-09-03 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Oscar Bonilla writes: : Aug. 27th. Want me to make world again? I also have a 3C589D and it happens : with it too. No. Aug 27 is new enough to be good. I'm swamped right now with a dozen other things at the moment, but if you could write me in about a week I'd be

Re: Need testers for aha driver change

1999-09-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : I have just taken a pass through the aha_isa driver to convert it to : newbus and to make it use the new pnp system. Unfortunately I don't own : the hardware so I need testers, preferably both with non-pnp and pnp : cards. The code does compile

Re: Need testers for aha driver change

1999-09-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : + aha = aha_alloc(device_get_unit(dev), : + I386_BUS_SPACE_IO, ioport); Shouldn't we be getting the bus_space_tag and bus_space_handle from the port_res resource? Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to

Re: -current and pcmcia problems

1999-09-07 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Michael Reifenberger writes: : if I do an upgrade to -current on my Tecra8000 the ep* driver stopps working. The ep driver works in -current. : The message from pccardc is that he failed the resouce allocation. Fix the resource allocation error. :-) That's really

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

1999-09-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Polstra writes: : My personal interest is to allow a CVSup master server to avoid : doing a tree walk whenever a client connects. I want to provide the : functionality of the old "supscan" utility, but in real time. Also useful for tasty /dev/ persistance in a

Re: more

1999-09-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Rodney W. Grimes" writes: : The rest of us aren't so willing to ``adopt `n'''. Please fix it. These are the sorts of changes that I was talking about when I was saying don't mess with the behavior of more too much... Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: more

1999-09-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Luke writes: : I agree I didn't even know there was an "n" As a emacs fanatic, I find the following message ironic. In vi since as long as I recall (4.2 BSD?) one can search for the next occurance of a string with /cr or with n. more emulates this. I see

Re: make kernel fails

1999-09-14 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Edwin Culp writes: : I had that a few days back and just added : controller miibus0 : to my kernel config file for my xl0 controler. Its even in UPDATING :-) Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body

Re: Newbus/bus/space info at FBSDcon?

1999-09-14 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Smith writes: : I was going to touch on some bits of it in the driver intro, and it : occurred to me that perhaps I should ask Justin and Doug to be present : to provide more detail. Maybe we could take it a step further again : and hand part of the session

Re: Weird syscons keyboard behaviour

1999-09-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mike Pritchard writes: : I've noticed some odd syscons keyboard behaviour over the past : month or so. Sometimes I get a vty that outputs PC graphics characters : for all of my input. This is always at a "login:" prompt. I think : I can duplicate this by typing a

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

1999-09-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Polstra writes: : There are now 63000 files and directories in the repository. : That's 2**3 * 3**2 * 5**3 * 7. If we concatenate the exponents, : we get 3231, which is 3**2 * 359. Repeating, we get 21, which : is 3 * 7. One more repetition and

Re: 2xPIIIx450 results NFS results

1999-09-18 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Andrzej Bialecki writes: : The problem seems to occur reliably on ASUS boards - perhaps a : coincidence, but I have several machines here which behave this way. And : yes, libkvm is in perfect sync with the rest of the system (3.3-RC) We're seenig it too in the

Re: aha driver disabled?

1999-09-22 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Chris D. Faulhaber" writes: : If I reverse the above, the card seems to work fine again. I'm just : wondering if this was intentional and/or if the driver will be reenabled : again [soon]. Doug Rabson sent me patches to make aha work with the new pnp code.

Re: Problem with Compaq SMART-2SL array controller

1999-09-23 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jonathan Lemon writes: : It appears so. The IDA driver needs to stomp on the WD driver's : vectors in order to boot off of the RAID controller. It seems that : something changed so that wd is getting probed after the ida driver : now, and removing the vectors. Is

Re: Problem with Compaq SMART-2SL array controller

1999-09-23 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jonathan Lemon writes: : Yes. The IDA driver will be happy with it's own device nodes : (/dev/ida), but last time I checked, the boot/loader would : only understand root devices of wd() or da(). I understand that : Soren's ad() driver has the same problem.

Re: ccd build failure

1999-09-24 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Matthew D. Fuller" writes: : OK: : #!/bin/sh : (cvs status | grep '^File:' | grep -v 'Status: Up-to-date$') 2 /dev/null ^^ -q Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: EGCS, or EGCS?

1999-09-27 Thread Warner Losh
: David O'Brien is working on this now but I think he's : suffering from gcc-induced insanity. :-) Actually, I'd bet more on amd induced insanity rather than gcc. There have been too many problems with amd of late... Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: New PnP code does not work for me(?)

1999-09-27 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : case 0x31008c0e: /* CTL0031 */ : case 0x41008c0e: /* CTL0041 */ : case 0x42008c0e: /* CTL0042 */ : + case 0x44008c0e: /* CTL0044 */ : case 0x45008c0e: /* CTL0045 */ What is CTL0043? Seems like a logical progression

Re: just found this

1999-09-28 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Kenneth Culver writes: : Check this out, if anyone is intrested. : : I found this on packetstorm.securify.com tonight. Any ideas?? Mycroft sent this out after we had fixed this before the 3.3R release. At least it appeared in bugtraq after it had been fixed in

Re: just found this

1999-09-29 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Ville-Pertti Keinonen writes: : It isn't in -current, does this mean that it wasn't considered an : acceptable long-term solution? It wasn't a problem in -current due to a different way that things were done there. : Really large numbers of hardlinks are probably

Re: Loss of Functionality with newpnp

1999-09-29 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Daniel C. Sobral" writes: : Let me chime in here. We *DO* care about ancient AIC drivers as long : as no PCMCIA alternative exists. Justin has said that porting old scsi aic to cam wouldn't be too hard, but would still provide a level of buginess that is too high..

Re: Loss of Functionality with newpnp

1999-10-01 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Daniel C. Sobral" writes: : I don't know, I have never used the aic driver before. It would seem : that aic users were not that unhappy with the driver. I tried getting it to work on 5 different occasions on one of 8 different cards. 0 for 8. I didn't try the

make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Warner Losh
I have soft updates enabled on a fast machine at work. make installworld can fill up slash even though it has 15M free before the install. I think this is a bug in softupdates that it doesn't reclaim space quickly enough or in overflow situations. To work around it, I've used make

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-10-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Marcel Moolenaar writes: : Yes, but if you need the tools you just compiled in your : cross-compilation for cross-compilation itself, you'll have a big : problem. And that's almost exacly what happens when building world... No. The cross build world takes care to

Re: HEADS UP: sigset_t changes committed

1999-10-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John-Mark Gurney writes: : I thought we were working to the point that we could build a mips world : on an x86 box?? w/ this, it completely breaks it... the whole idea of : a buildworld is that the tools can be build on ANY platform and run, : (assuming the tools

Re: make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message 000101bf0f78$fbe58b40$[EMAIL PROTECTED] "David Schwartz" writes: : It's really not a bug, it's just a missing feature. There's no requirement : that a filesystem reclaim empty space immediately. You really shouldn't be : using fastupdates on nearly full filesystems -- it doesn't

Re: make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message 01bf0f86$d8d84670$[EMAIL PROTECTED] "David Schwartz" writes: : I think anybody reasonable familiar with softupdates understands what : 'sync' does in this context. It's not a bug because it is documented : behavior done for a specific reason. It is a bug. You've just said

Re: Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] FreeBSD Bob writes: : It is a long shot, but I am curious if anyone knows of any problems in : using the Adaptec 1540A on 3.x or 4.x machines? The aha 1540 driver (me) didn't have access to the 1540A cards, so I made changes blind and never tested (nor did those

Re: Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Darryl Okahata writes: : If he can't, I've got a 1540A somewhere (in theory ;-) that I'd be : willing to lend out (if the address is in the US). It's been years : since I've used it, and so I'm not 100% sure that it still works, : though. Well, I could install

Re: Recent kernel hangs during boot with pnp sio.

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : If you find yourself with one of these and pnp is turned off, you can : download the DOS utility from 3com. I recently had to do this for a friend : (to turn pnp off). It was harder to find a DOS boot disk :-). Sometimes these programs work

Re: The eventual fate of BLOCK devices.

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] David Scheidt writes: : It doesn't run on FreeBSD, but Sybase uses block devices for its dedicated : disk devices. There may be other RDBMSes that do this. EVERY RDBMS that I've ever seen or had to make work with my drivers has been on the raw partition. This is

Re: PnP problems on install floppy in 4.0-SNAPS from current.freebsd.org

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Doug Rabson writes: : Due to the nature of the pnp code, it might be probed as ed1 instead of : ed0. I have a SBC here that has an onboard PNP ne2000 chip on it. It comes up as ed1 because I have ed0 at a wired address. I don't see ed0 at all, and it just works,

Re: How do I get a PCCARD modem to work?

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Justin T. Gibbs" writes: : The pccard brokenness is not sio's fault. If I were following where : our PCCARD support was going, I might take a stab at fixing this myself... Yes. Pccard brokennes *IS* sio's fault. It was written to only deal with ISA busses and

Re: Why Adaptec 1540 bombing?

1999-10-13 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] FreeBSD Bob writes: : The DPT did not run at all. I do not have access to the DPT controllers, nor to a EISA system for testing. : The 1540A did not run the 3.3 or 3.2, : but came up fine on 2.2.6 or 2.2.8. That got me to thinking that : something had changed in

HEADS UP: pccard kernel config file changes

1999-10-15 Thread Warner Losh
I've changed the attachment topography for pccard/pcic devices. Now pcic attaches to the isa bus to act as a bridge to the pccard device. For historical reasons, I've left the pccard device name as "card" but this may change to pccard in the future, but there are too many legacy drivers to do

Re: [Patches avail?] Re: MMAP() in STABLE/CURRENT ...

1999-10-12 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Matthew Dillon writes: : Forget the drilling! Blood conducts electricity... simply *installing* : a motherboard in those fraggin sharp-edged sheet metal chassis is enough! I've had one or two cheapo mo-bos that haven't worked at 100MHz after spattering human

Re: pcic.ko recent changes to sys/pccard/*

1999-10-18 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Will Andrews writes: : But it doesn't work. I'm assuming that my kernel : config file's settings do not affect make world in any way, : and thus it seems that pcic.ko is not being built by make world : anymore... What doesn't work? Can you give some error

FreeBSD CON and laptops

1999-10-18 Thread Warner Losh
During this week I have two goals here at FreeBSD con. 1 is to kludge up a working sio driver. The second is to help fix those folks I've broken by my latest changes. Please trip me while I'm here if youare seeing problems. I have most of the sio driver mods done, but I'm doing something silly

sio working

1999-10-22 Thread Warner Losh
OK. I managed to get sio and ep working on the plane back from FreeBSDCon'99. There are some problems with card eject at the moment, but will be committing things to the tree shortly. Basically, I completely gutted the compatibilty layer and it became much easier. More later after I've had a

Massive pccard disruptions to continue

1999-10-22 Thread Warner Losh
OK. I'm getting ready to commit the sio modem changes to make it work with pccard. This is a heads up that how ep is configured has changed to be more sane for pccard, and also that things may be massively unstable for a few days. That's the nature of current. I have a couple of minor issues

Re: sio working

1999-10-23 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Will Andrews writes: : I will be your guinea pig, if you like. :-) Grab the current patches from http://www.freebsd.org/~imp/pccard-snap.patch but read my other posting about the warnings and such. Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

HEADS UP: pccard code committed

1999-10-24 Thread Warner Losh
After talking with Peter Wemm and others at FreeBSD Con, I've reached the point where I can commit the pccard code that supports sio. It also supports ep and should shortly support ed. Card ejection (including suspend) doesn't work, which I'll try to fix at some point, but I might not get

Re: cvs commit: src/etc pccard.conf.sample

1999-10-28 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bill Fumerola writes: : There are two versions of the XIRCOM realport multifunc cards, : one that is Cardbus and one that isn't. I have the latter. : if_xe is broken now, BTW. I have at least one Xircom card which I plan to make work, if at all possible, with the

Re: ep problem with 4.0-19991101-CURRENT snapshot

1999-11-02 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Jesper Skriver writes: : sysinstall can assign a ip address via. DHCP, but the machine cannot be : ping'ed from other hosts on the lan, same if I manually configure ep0 : via ifconfig. This sounds like the classic "The right interrupt isn't assigned problem" that I

Re: laptop problems

1999-01-02 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Will Andrews writes: : My card IS getting recognized, and seems to be on the appropriate port, : BUT, I think memory pointers are getting mixed up, because it's : returning the _WRONG_ MAC address. That's usually an indication that something is wrong. : Plus,

Re: -current panic on AHA

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "Andrey A. Chernov" writes: : Very fresh -current always paniced after detecting SCSI devices on : aha0: AHA-1542CF FW Rev. B.0 (ID=45) SCSI Host Adapter, SCSI ID 7, 16 CCBs : page fault: supervisor, read page not present : Old kernel from Oct 8 works nicely : Sorry

Re: Wondering about cardbus support.

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Frank Mayhar writes: : I have the misfortune to have a cardbus Ethernet card that came with my : Dell laptop. I was wondering how cardbus support was going, and if I could : help in any way. Here's the status of what's going on... I have started to port the

Re: boot problems with todays kernel

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Will Andrews writes: : Hmm.. ep0 on IRQ 3? It should be on IRQ 10. At least, that's what has : always worked : for me on previous -CURRENT code. Otherwise I get the same last 2 messages. I've always used 11. : Yep - this happens to me when i do a `ifconfig ep0`.

Re: sio working

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greg Lehey writes: : Nov 5 17:15:19 mojave /kernel: sio1: configured irq 3 not in bitmap of probed irqs 0 Unless you are running pccardd, you won't see the pccard devices show up. The probe messages that I'm interested in would be the ones that say something about

Re: sio working

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "D. Rock" writes: : I tried many different combinations. I disabled the onboard serial devices : in the BIOS and kernel, so config index 0xf could grap io port 0x3f8 with : irq 4 but the only thing I get is : sio2: configured irq -1071415680 not in bitmap of probed

Re: doscmd broken on current?

1999-01-04 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Hay writes: : angel:~ doscmd -bx I've never been able to boot dos with doscmd. I've only ever run programs like sourcer with it. Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: sio working

1999-11-06 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "D. Rock" writes: : With the latest -current I get a slightly different output: : : Nov 7 03:34:47 /kernel.new: pccard: card inserted, slot 0 : Nov 7 03:34:57 /kernel.new: sio2: irq maps: 0x105 0x105 0x105 0x105 : Nov 7 03:34:57 /kernel.new: sio2: probe failed

Re: sio working

1999-11-06 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] "D. Rock" writes: : device sio0at isa? port IO_COM1 flags 0x10 irq 4 : device sio1at isa? port IO_COM2 irq 3 These look good. IIRC, the kernel I tested with also had: device sio2at isa? port IO_COM3 irq 5 disabled or

Re: sio working

1999-11-08 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greg Lehey writes: : I need to check why I'm not getting irq 3 for the port, but everything : else looks OK. Likely because you don't have irq 3 listed in the line of available irqs for pccardd Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: PCI Hardware Modem (Really)

1999-11-08 Thread Warner Losh
In message 001801bf175d$1a9a9940$05012ccf@bopper "Bill A. K." writes: : I've got a Rockwell PCI Modem thats full hardware, and I was wondering : if anybody has written a driver for this kind yet. I have written a driver for the pci hardware modems in -stable under contract. I plan to port

Re: PC-Card ejection(suspend) with 4-current

1999-11-10 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] MIHIRA Sanpei Yoshiro-san writes: : I think FreeBSD-4-current does not support PC-Card suspend yet. Yes. That's correct. I broke it when I did my last batch of newbus code. : I read and diffed old code and current code. But I did not find : out anything

Re: PC-Card ejection(suspend) with 4-current

1999-11-10 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Christopher Masto writes: : I'd love to see this fixed, though. It's an incredible annoyance to : have to shut my laptop off instead of suspending. Agreed. : As for the arguments about "safe" removal, let's not let the quest for : the perfect shed kill this; if the

Re: ambiguity between -STABLE and -RELEASE

1999-11-11 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Theo PAGTZIS writes: : In that sense I would recommend some change in the naming (or rather : numbering) convention which in my book should be : : 3.2-RELEASE - 3.3-STABLE - 3.3-RC - 3.3-RELEASE - 3.4-STABLE : : and NOT : : 3.2-RELEASE - 3.2-STABLE - 3.3-RC -

Re: BIND update

1999-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Forrest Aldrich writes: : So wouldn't be the impact if a server was compromized in the absence : of an available fix :) A message to the security officer indicated that we don't have the root hole in -current or -stable, but are vulnerable to the DoS attacks. Warner

Re: BIND update

1999-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Ben Rosengart writes: : I'd be happier if you said the message was *from* the security officer. :-) I am the security officer. :-) That's why I get the secuirty-officer's mail :-). I've not verified the information by

Re: BIND update

1999-11-17 Thread Warner Losh
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] TrouBle writes: : just a quick note, where do i find the information needed about the bind : problem i face in 3.3-RELEASE if any ?? You can find it at the BIND web site. FreeBSD has Bind 8.1.2. - From the chart at

Re: PATCH for testing

1999-01-16 Thread Warner Losh
In message Pine.BSF.4.10.9911172341110.397-10@localhost Alex Zepeda writes: : Or perhaps restricting -U to root only? Since -e w/out -U isn't harmful, : no? -e w/o -U is still harmful. Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of

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