Re: GPS heads up

2000-05-13 Thread Þórður
How about port FreeBSD to Garmin GPS; they are based on 80386 cpu ? Kent Stewart wrote: Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Matthew Dillon writes: Ok, this has nothing to do with FreeBSD, but I just had to post something since nobody else has. By

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread nathan
Alfred Perlstein wrote: * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000513 00:41] wrote: Alfred Perlstein wrote: * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000512 21:54] wrote: I know that this was discussed in the past but I can't find out what to do ? In Linux if I have to

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Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000513 01:53] wrote: When you wrote if (!mmap(base + offset, additional length, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED | MAP_FIXED, fd, offset)) { This may sound silly but after this is done then the file will reflect the changes? and now the

Re: make question

2000-05-13 Thread Tim Vanderhoek
On Fri, May 12, 2000 at 11:05:03PM +0200, Samuel Tardieu wrote: but make prefers the .ads.lo rule instead of the .adb.lo, despites the order in the .SUFFIXES. Using "make -d s" to trace dependencies and rules, I get: FWIW, this works correctly on ~3.4-R. It must have gotten broken somewhere

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Arun Sharma
On Sat, May 13, 2000 at 12:08:35PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote: The linux mremap() is an idiotic system call. Just unmap the file and re-mmap it. If you are just appending to the file, you can skip the munmap. mmap deletes the old mappings. -Arun To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000513 00:41] wrote: Alfred Perlstein wrote: * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000512 21:54] wrote: I know that this was discussed in the past but I can't find out what to do ? In Linux if I have to resize a mmap 'ed object I can just

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Matthew Dillon
:In muc.lists.freebsd.hackers, you wrote: : I know that this was discussed in the past but I can't find out what to : do ? : : In Linux if I have to resize a mmap 'ed object I can just use mremap : but in FreeBSD if, I want to resize it what do I do ? : :Have you tried mmap'ing the file

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Matthew Dillon
:On Sat, May 13, 2000 at 12:08:35PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote: : The linux mremap() is an idiotic system call. Just unmap the file and : re-mmap it. : :If you are just appending to the file, you can skip the munmap. mmap deletes :the old mappings. : : -Arun There are a

Re: FreeBSD Port: xosview-1.7.3

2000-05-13 Thread Arun Sharma
On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 10:52:04PM -0700, Doug Barton wrote: Arun Sharma wrote: See the patches I mailed to freebsd-hackers late last year. You need to patch both the kernel and the userland. I'm a little disappointed at the lack of response. I just assumed that no one is interested - but

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread nathan
Alfred Perlstein wrote: * [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000512 21:54] wrote: I know that this was discussed in the past but I can't find out what to do ? In Linux if I have to resize a mmap 'ed object I can just use mremap but in FreeBSD if, I want to resize it what do I

Proposed /etc/rc.network patch for ipsec

2000-05-13 Thread Matthew Dillon
Simple and straightforward. ipsec must be enabled prior to running any network-related operations since such operations might have to run over the ipsec transport to talk to other hosts. For example, NFS mounts. I will also add a little blurb to the examples directory.

Re: mremap help ? or no support for FreeBSD ? so do what ?

2000-05-13 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000512 21:54] wrote: I know that this was discussed in the past but I can't find out what to do ? In Linux if I have to resize a mmap 'ed object I can just use mremap but in FreeBSD if, I want to resize it what do I do ? I have tried writing