Re: DragonFly 3.2.1 released!

2012-11-03 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, November 03, 2012 00:37:28 Justin Sherrill wrote: The 3.2.1 release of DragonFly is available now. I see there are i386 packages! No KDE though. What does the list of broken packages look like? I'll be in California for a week, so I won't be able to upgrade till the 13th. Pierre

Write failed: Broken pipe (ssh)

2012-11-19 Thread Pierre Abbat
I've seen this having happened, but just saw it happen. I'm working on something and decided to take a break. I had ktimetracker running on darner (DFly box) and showing on caracal (Linux laptop). Its clock icon was present, but not turning. I clicked on the stop button and nothing happened. I

Last login IP address is truncated

2012-11-29 Thread Pierre Abbat
http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/2440 I just rebooted my box after upgrading kernel and world, then logged in from the laptop, and got this: Last login: Tue Nov 27 04:01:35 2012 from 2001:470:8:42:4 I searched bugs for ipv6 last login and found the above bug, which was rejected. It mentions

pkgsrc wip

2012-12-01 Thread Pierre Abbat
I've forgotten. How do I update my wip tree? I already have wip, but I'd like to update it and compile kde4. Pierre -- Don't buy a French car in Holland. It may be a citroen.

Re: pkgsrc wip

2012-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, December 02, 2012 15:35:08 Sven Gaerner wrote: On Sat, Dec 01, 2012 at 11:31:32PM -0500, Pierre Abbat wrote: I've forgotten. How do I update my wip tree? I already have wip, but I'd like to update it and compile kde4. cd /usr/pkgsrc/wip cvs update -dP # cvs update -dP cvs

DragonFly on Aleutia

2012-12-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
I succeeded to install DragonFly on Aleutia; the dmesg is attached. Should I try anything else (like sound or X) or should I post it on dragonflybsd.org as working? This Aleutia box is going to run Ubuntu once I finish testing DragonFly on it, but I'm planning to buy more and run DragonFly.

Re: pkgsrc wip

2012-12-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm redownloading wip from scratch, and it's doing this: cvs checkout: Updating wip/p5-Net-SenderBase/patches cvs checkout: Updating wip/p5-Net-Syslog cvs checkout: Updating wip/p5-Net-Twitter-Lite cvs checkout: Updating wip/p5-Net-UPnP cvs checkout: [17:50:48] waiting for anoncvs_pkgsrc-wip's

building kde4, strigi fails

2012-12-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm trying to install kde4 and I get the following: [ 91%] Built target testrunner-lucene [ 92%] Built target xesamparsertest [ 92%] Built target xesamquerybuildertest Scanning dependencies of target testserver Scanning dependencies of target strigicmd Linking CXX executable indexdump [ 92%] [

two disks, or disk and SSD?

2012-12-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm thinking of getting an Aleutia X1 (or maybe a model not yet on the site; see http://aleutia.com/x1-small-low-power-server) for my next box. It will be my gateway, which is currently a Linksys router that I have to manually load the IPv6 script on because the flash filesystem doesn't work. I

maybe OT: cpdup on Linux?

2012-12-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
I use cpdup to copy /boot to /boot1 in case I mess up and install a broken kernel. I'd like to do the same on my laptop, which runs Ubuntu Linux, but there's no cpdup package. Is it in some other package, or where should I get it? Pierre -- li ze te'a ci vu'u ci bi'e te'a mu du li ci su'i ze

Re: maybe OT: cpdup on Linux?

2012-12-16 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, December 15, 2012 21:06:30 Matthew Dillon wrote: cpdup is native to DragonFly. /usr/src/bin/cpdup. I expect it would be fairly easy to port to linux though you have to make sure that linux's file offset mode is 64 bits and not 32 bits (different distributions default to

Re: Issues Setting Up IPFW

2012-12-25 Thread Pierre Abbat
This brings up another question. I looked through the man page of ipfw and didn't see any mention of IPv6. How do you firewall IPv6? Pierre -- ve ka'a ro klaji la .romas. se jmaji

libxcb-aux

2012-12-26 Thread Pierre Abbat
I just finished compiling and installing xfce4-desktop, which is not in the binary repository even though it compiled successfully. Then I tried to log in to xfce. I got an error: /usr/pkg/etc/gdm/Xsession: Beginning session setup... If you'd like to keep track of applications in the pkgsrc

What's the prognosis for KDE and XFCE?

2012-12-30 Thread Pierre Abbat
I currently have no usable KDE on DFly, and XFCE is installed, but fails to come up because of some missing library file which I don't know where to find. Is this likely to be fixed in the next quarterly? Pierre -- li fi'u vu'u fi'u fi'u du li pa

Re: What's the prognosis for KDE and XFCE?

2012-12-30 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, December 30, 2012 18:10:07 peeter wrote: On x86_64 xfce4 is available as a binary package, and at least on my Virtualbox it starts fine. What library are you missing? libxcb-aux.so.0; I reported it a few days ago. I'm running on 32-bit. There's an issue with dbus and/or gconf2

dma

2012-12-31 Thread Pierre Abbat
I installed LibreOffice on Ubuntu and looked at the other packages that came up in the search. One of them is dma. Yes, the DragonFly Mail Agent is available in Linux. Pierre -- Jews use a lunisolar calendar; Muslims use a solely lunar calendar.

2012Q4

2013-01-22 Thread Pierre Abbat
2012Q4 is out. I just git pulled and don't see remotes/origin/pkgsrc-2012Q4. Could you add it? How long will it take to build binaries? Pierre -- li fi'u vu'u fi'u fi'u du li pa

Re: dragonflybsd.org appears to be down

2013-02-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, February 02, 2013 17:51:27 Justin Sherrill wrote: A traceroute may show the issue. dragonflybsd.org itself is up; I suspect the problem is on the way there. I see the site up. Here's my traceroute: 4 24.93.64.6 (24.93.64.6) 35.451ms 21.180ms 13.682ms 5 107.14.19.48

Re: ImageMagick fails to build

2013-02-10 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, February 10, 2013 10:15:43 John Marino wrote: On 2/10/2013 08:34, Pierre Abbat wrote: I'm doing a rolling-replace on DragonFly, using 2012Q4, and I get this: CCLD utilities/compare CCLD utilities/composite /usr/obj/pkgsrc/graphics/ImageMagick/work/.buildlink

Re: ImageMagick fails to build

2013-02-10 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, February 10, 2013 11:31:23 Pierre Abbat wrote: DragonFly darner.ixazon.lan 3.3-DEVELOPMENT DragonFly v3.3.0.672.g46163a- DEVELOPMENT #0: Fri Nov 30 02:18:02 UTC 2012 r...@darner.ixazon.lan:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 I just added the line to mk.conf and restarted. It gives

python-related packages

2013-02-10 Thread Pierre Abbat
Continuing my rolling-replace, I get this: *** pkg_chk reports the following packages need replacing, but they are not installed: py27-cups py27-dateutil py27-dbus py27-docutils py27-elementtree py27-icalendar py27-pyrex py27-pytz py27-qt4 py27-roman py27-sip py27-vobject *** Please read the

Re: Proposal to modify behavior of installworld

2013-02-12 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, February 12, 2013 09:46:42 Matthew Dillon wrote: There are going to be serious issues with build/install behaviors. For example, I often installkernel several times before actually rebooting, and sometimes (though not often) I will installworld several times prior

Delete in /usr/pkgsrc/packages?

2013-02-27 Thread Pierre Abbat
My first disk is 77% full. As I recently did pkg_rolling-replace, I looked for results of it that are taking up space. I have 3.4 GB of packages and 2.5 GB of distfiles. I have distfiles in the list of directories to clean of files that aren't accessed in 30 days. Should I add

Re: Delete in /usr/pkgsrc/packages?

2013-02-28 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, February 28, 2013 08:40:44 Justin Sherrill wrote: I haven't tried it myself, but I think you can clean out /usr/pkgsrc/packages without harm. If this is a Hammer volume, a more aggressive history pruning setting may also help. (I'm assuming the disk is pretty small if 3.4G is

Too many filenames compiling kernel

2013-04-11 Thread Pierre Abbat
=== bus === bus/cam === bus/cam/cam @ - /usr/src/sys/bus/cam/cam/../../.. echo #define SCSI_DELAY 15000 opt_scsi.h rm -f .depend .depend mkdep -f .depend -a -nostdinc -D_KERNEL -DKLD_MODULE -I. -I@ - I/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC -I/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC/include - I@/../include

Anyone have a guide to SSDs?

2013-04-11 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm getting ready to buy the box to replace the router. It will have an SSD and an HDD. There's a page explaining how to put swapcache on an SSD, but do I need swapcache? Which filesystems should go on the SSD and which on the HDD? Pierre -- Jews use a lunisolar calendar; Muslims use a solely

New kernel crashes during nightly hammer job

2013-04-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/2547 I also have a dump numbered 15, which happened one day after 14, when the computer was running nothing besides the usual and its nightly job. When crash 14 happened, I was doing a dry run of rolling-replace. Should I upload dump 15? Pierre -- The Black

Re: Fwd: Resize HAMMER filesystem

2013-05-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, May 02, 2013 21:08:21 Sven Gaerner wrote: On Thu, May 02, 2013 at 07:34:14PM +0200, Charles Rapenne wrote: Let imagine you have dragonfly installed on a 250 Gb disk, and you want to move it to a 500 Gb disk without reinstalling, how could you dump your existing disk and grow

Re: Disk corruption

2013-05-03 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, April 29, 2013 22:13:45 Pierre Abbat wrote: I think I've figured out what happened. I'll have to replace one of the disks. ad0 is an IDE drive with a 60 GB disk; 53 GB is the root Hammer volume (including /var, /tmp, /usr, and /home), and the rest is /boot, swap, and an unused

Re: Package download statistics

2013-05-06 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, May 06, 2013 14:13:59 Francois Tigeot wrote: Now, the _very_ interesting (and unexpected) part is the less than 2% pkgsrc packages usage. Maybe it's just that pkgng is so much better, maybe it's that pkgsrc users prefer to build software from source. Difficult to know. In any

Re: Package download statistics

2013-05-06 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, May 06, 2013 19:34:05 Francois Tigeot wrote: And now that there are DragonFly-3.4 pkgsrc packages, do you use them ? They weren't available (as far as I know) when I started upgrading the packages, but I will use them now. I am keeping the old Postfix package in case there is a bug

USB doesn't boot

2013-05-06 Thread Pierre Abbat
I downloaded the 64-bit USB image and put it on a flash drive and attempted to boot the new computer with it. It says Default: F1 and is stuck there. If I hit F1, the computer beeps and flashes the flash drive. Same if I hit 1 or enter. If I hit anything else it just beeps. What's wrong?

Re: USB doesn't boot

2013-05-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, May 07, 2013 19:46:38 Alex Hornung wrote: On 07/05/13 18:53, Pierre Abbat wrote: On Tuesday, May 07, 2013 15:19:08 Charles Rapenne wrote: How did you copied the usb image to your usb disk ? dd if=dfly-x86_64-3.4.1_REL.img of=/dev/sdc1 Try dd if=foo.img of=/dev/sdc Thanks

missing stable symlink

2013-05-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
I just got networking up on my new box and ran pkgin up. It replied Could not fetch http://mirror- master.dragonflybsd.org/packages/x86_64/DragonFly-3.4/stable/All//pkg_summary.gz. I checked with my web browser and found that DragonFly-3.4 exists, but has no stable subdirectory. Could someone

Can /var be on a separate partition?

2013-05-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm setting up the box that has an SSD and an HDD. Right now everything that's mounted is on the SSD. I made three partitions on the HDD: a backup boot partition, a 75 GB plaintext Hammer volume, and the rest (449 GB) for an encrypted Hammer volume. As this is going to be my router, it must

Re: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode

2013-05-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, May 09, 2013 09:25:26 Antonio Olivares wrote: Dear folks, Machine rebooted after doing a startx. Added hostname to /etc/hosts and ran startx. Machine rebooted and failed to give login prompt. I see the following: Starting moused: moused: Unable to get status of mouse fd:

Re: Can /var be on a separate partition?

2013-05-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, May 09, 2013 16:06:09 Sven Gaerner wrote: AFAIR there was a thread on the mailing list with some recommendations how to configure the PFS when it is placed on an SSD. Reblock and rebalance should be run less frequent than it is configured by default. I thought there was such a

booting stopped at malloc disk

2013-05-11 Thread Pierre Abbat
The power blinked and my new box rebooted. The last lines are: real memory = 4276840448 (4078 MB) avail memory = 3929784320 (3747 MB) lapic: divisor index 0, frequency 9354 Hz Initialize MI interrupts FQ scheduler policy version 1.1 loaded wdog: In-kernel automatic watchdog reset enabled

Re: booting stopped at malloc disk

2013-05-11 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, May 11, 2013 21:25:06 Pierre Abbat wrote: The computer is ignoring the keyboard; when I hit the keys to switch the KVM to another computer, it takes a minute to do so. If I reboot in single-user mode (which I've done before successfully), it still stops at malloc disk. The only

Re: booting stopped at malloc disk

2013-05-12 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, May 11, 2013 22:58:00 Pierre Abbat wrote: Further checking: Neither DFly box has an initrd. Both loader.conf files have the line dm_target_crypt_load=YES. I added dm_load=YES to loader.conf and rebooted; it still stops at malloc disk. Here is what it says when booted in verbose

Re: firewall setup

2013-05-22 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Friday, May 10, 2013 14:28:25 Francois Tigeot wrote: pf(4) does everything you want to do and more. There are many tutorials out there; pf.conf(5) should also be a good starting point. I found home.nuug.no/~peter/pf and got it to do NAT, but am a bit confused how to set up the rest.

packages for 3.5 were built for 3.3 (and tahoe is up)

2013-05-28 Thread Pierre Abbat
-bash-4.2$ kwrite tahoe.cfg [1] 91354 -bash-4.2$ /usr/lib/gcc44/libstdc++.so.9: version CXXABI_1.3 required by /usr/pkg/qt4/lib/libQtNetwork.so.4 not defined [1]+ Exit 1 kwrite tahoe.cfg (By the way, if you've had trouble running Tahoe on DragonFly, the reason is that

Re: packages for 3.5 were built for 3.3 (and tahoe is up)

2013-05-28 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, May 28, 2013 08:44:13 Justin Sherrill wrote: It was built on 3.3, but not just for 3.3. It should generally work. Because pkgsrc builds take so long, the build starts before the new release is tagged - but this was effectively 3.4, and there's no ABI changes between 3.4 and 3.5.

Re: polling opinions: how much QT3/KDE3.5 to preserve in dports this July?

2013-05-31 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Friday, May 31, 2013 15:21:54 John Marino wrote: We've got three options: 1) Follow suit and purge all these QT3 and KDE 3.5 ports. This is a lot of ports. 2) Lock in the core KDE 3.5 ports (everything pulled in by KDE3.5 meta package) but let the other ports go. 3) Lock in everything

Re: Package download statistics

2013-06-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, June 02, 2013 14:32:44 John Marino wrote: The bigger question, of course, is *why* pkgsrc users are likely to build from source? Could it be that they had lots of issues with that in the past? Who wouldn't want something fast and quick if it were trustworthy? The indication alone

Re: Package download statistics

2013-06-03 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, June 03, 2013 07:48:07 Jeremy C. Reed wrote: Is there an audience of pkgsrc users that use pkgin? I do. Pierre -- I believe in Yellow when I'm in Sweden and in Black when I'm in Wales.

Re: polling opinions: how much QT3/KDE3.5 to preserve in dports this July?

2013-06-03 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, June 03, 2013 11:15:54 Freddie Cash wrote: If you are not logged into KDE4, then you need to specify the full path to the binaries. But, if you aren't logged into KDE4 (nor running any KDE4 apps), then you're probably at the console ... where running KDE4 apps would be kind of

immutable flag in world backup

2013-06-05 Thread Pierre Abbat
I've been getting can't delete errors from trying to delete the world backup, which is in /usr/obj, which is a directory I delete old files from. The reason is that some programs, such as init, are not writable by root. So I tried to chmod them and found that they have the immutable flag set.

Re: Hammer fileystem disk full problem

2013-06-13 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, June 13, 2013 17:32:46 Tim Darby wrote: I have a hammer disk with two PFSes, a slave and master. The slave caused the disk to fill up and df -h now shows -89MB. I've deleted all snapshots and run prune-everything and I seem to be out of options for clearing space. Is there any

router doesn't work if rebooted while network is down

2013-06-14 Thread Pierre Abbat
Last night the power blinked for a second, which took the cable signal down. I restarted the router. The cable signal is now up, and I have an external address, but I can't ping out from my other boxes. I ran pfctl -s rules and saw this wrong line: block drop in inet from 192.168.100.10 to any

Re: router doesn't work if rebooted while network is down

2013-06-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, June 15, 2013 11:55:01 Matthew Dillon wrote: What is happening is that the cable modem is serving a non-routable IP address to your computer when the cable modem does not have connectivity, instead of the routable address it would normally serve out. The

How do I make a new disk bootable?

2013-06-17 Thread Pierre Abbat
Darner has three disks: ad0 is the old IDE disk, ad4 is the SATA disk which has everything that was on ad0, and ad6 is the other SATA disk. It uses ad0 only for booting; I'd like to get rid of it. So I typed: # boot0cfg -B /dev/ad4 (actually the /dev/serno equivalent), turned it off,

Re: alt-ctrl-F1 doesn't work

2013-06-17 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Friday, June 14, 2013 17:01:00 Joachim de Groot wrote: Option DontVTSwitch boolean This disallows the use of the Ctrl+Alt+Fn sequence (where Fn refers to one of the numbered function keys). That sequence is normally used to switch to another virtual terminal on operating systems that have

Re: Tunnel setup: what happens when my IPv4 address changes?

2013-06-18 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, June 18, 2013 22:56:24 Chris Turner wrote: On 6/10/13 10:54 PM, Pierre Abbat wrote: How do I write this line so that it works even if I get a different address? You might want to use the /etc/start_if.ifname and /etc/stop_if.ifname mechanism instead of the defaults provided

Socket ipv6-only option

2013-07-01 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm writing a program that sends UDP packets to another instance of the program. It now sends a test packet to all results of a resolver query. I run it on darner (DragonFly) and caracal (Linux) and tell them to send packets to each other. I see two differences between the two OSes: *On darner,

Re: Blade migration update

2013-08-08 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, August 08, 2013 19:19:49 Matthew Dillon wrote: We've migrated leaf, crater, pkgbox32, and pkgbox64 to the blades. Where could I get blade servers? If I were starting a small ISP, would they be good computers to get? Pierre -- ve ka'a ro klaji la .romas. se jmaji

robust file systems

2013-08-20 Thread Pierre Abbat
http://research.cs.wisc.edu/adsl/Publications/iron-sosp05.pdf Compares ext3, Reiser, and NTFS. How does Hammer compare with them? Pierre -- Jews use a lunisolar calendar; Muslims use a solely lunar calendar.

Re: dragonflybsd router

2013-08-26 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, August 26, 2013 17:45:43 Sepherosa Ziehau wrote: When multiple routing table is done, I will post to users@. I am planning a small ISP and thinking of using DragonFly for the gateways (there will be two, so that I can switch them quickly when I need to reboot one). I'm planning to

Re: DragonFly now has IPV6 routed

2013-09-04 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday, September 04, 2013 11:50:07 Matthew Dillon wrote: The DragonFly machines now have native IPV6 addresses in addition to their IPV4 addresses. I would encourage people with native IPV6 to test functionality! All primary machines should have working records

darner sometimes freezes during periodic job

2013-09-08 Thread Pierre Abbat
Darner froze a few minutes ago and I had to reboot it with the power button. It did the same thing several nights ago. I was not running top, but I think it was running hammer. It runs version 3.5.0.25. Zyxomma doesn't do this; it runs version 3.4.1. I don't get a dump file, a kernel panic, or

Re: Opinions on SMF

2013-09-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, September 10, 2013 08:18:13 Petr Janda wrote: Just how often does anyone admin need to write/change the start scripts? Not very often, but it does happen. I wrote one called /etc/rc.d/henet which starts a Hurricane Electric tunnel so that I have IPv6 addresses. Pierre -- gau do

scmgit is renamed

2013-09-13 Thread Pierre Abbat
The scmgit package in pkgsrc is now called git. This program, of course, is necessary for updating the kernel and world source. Pierre -- Don't buy a French car in Holland. It may be a citroen.

Re: NFSv4 and RAID 6 questions

2013-09-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
Resending because it didn't come through the first time. On Friday, September 13, 2013 21:09:39 Justin Sherrill wrote: NFSv4 is not supported. I think LVM on DragonFly only does RAID 0? I haven't done it, so I'm not sure... but I'd recommend hardware RAID in any case. Areca or LSI devices

debugging threads

2013-09-17 Thread Pierre Abbat
This is the same program as in my previous email. It has a main thread which starts two threads. I run gdb on it. On caracal it says: (gdb) break initnetwork Breakpoint 1 at 0x429950: file /home/phma/src/ampelos/network.cpp, line 25. (gdb) run Starting program:

Re: debugging threads

2013-09-22 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, September 22, 2013 08:37:15 John Marino wrote: On 9/22/2013 05:47, Pierre Abbat wrote: On Saturday, September 21, 2013 08:30:35 Alex Hornung wrote: Our gdb doesn't support our thread implementation (libthread_xu), so you can't debug multithreaded userland processes. What

Any new packages?

2013-09-25 Thread Pierre Abbat
I just checked http://avalon.dragonflybsd.org/packages/i386/DragonFly-3.5/ and there's still only 2013Q1. Has anyone built 2013Q2? Pierre -- .i toljundi do .ibabo mi'afra tu'a do .ibabo damba do .ibabo do jinga .icu'u la ma'atman.

Re: Any new packages?

2013-09-29 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, September 26, 2013 20:50:16 Justin Sherrill wrote: No, no pkgsrc binaries have been built. Someone else can jump in to do so if they want, but it won't be me. The next release will be with dports. Why are we switching to dports? Pierre -- loi mintu se ckaji danlu cu jmaji

Re: pkgsrc frozen, next release will officially be dports only

2013-10-12 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, October 10, 2013 11:40:01 John Marino wrote: I think it would be swell (tip hat to Superman '78) to keep DragonFly well supported by pkgsrc. I believe that the recent changes in head will break many packages, many of which are probably common dependencies. The main change that

Re: Update on recent SMP contention work

2013-10-18 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 23:34:44 Matthew Dillon wrote: The jist of this work is that there is no longer virtually any contention for most process-related activities, including heavy use of fork and fork/exec in 'make', '/bin/sh', and other utilities. Anything which forks

How to get wireless working?

2013-11-08 Thread Pierre Abbat
I have a box with an antenna; it's serving as my gateway. pciconf -lv shows these devices: em0@pci0:2:0:0: class=0x02 card=0x202c8086 chip=0x10d38086 rev=0x00 hdr=0x00 vendor = 'Intel Corporation' device = '82574L Gigabit Network Connection' class = network

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-11-13 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 12:09:48 Lanir W. wrote: Hi, I've been attempting to use an Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 on a DragonFlyBSD box. I tried under 3.4 and 3.6 but I don't seem able to bring up the interface. I tried module loading as you can see in the dmesg below but that

Re: mini roadmap for userland for 3.7-dev branch

2013-11-21 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, November 21, 2013 17:23:13 Daniel Ramos wrote: As a list lurker keen to contribute to dfly, this road map is definitely valuable. Thanks for putting it together John. I'd propose * update iwn driver to support latest chip sets As something I'd like to look at (came up on

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-01 Thread Pierre Abbat
I just rebooted the new kernel and got this: # kldload if_iwn kldload: can't load if_iwn: Exec format error Attempting to kldload something else, once I found one that isn't already in the kernel (namely wpifw), succeeded. Pierre -- La sal en el mar es más que en la sangre. Le sel dans la mer

trouble switching to dports

2013-12-01 Thread Pierre Abbat
I killed kdm, which was failing to start, and moved /usr/pkg to /usr/pkgold. Then I tried to install a package. # pkg install nano Updating repository catalogue Repository catalogue is up-to-date, no need to fetch fresh copy Unable to open remote database repo. Try running 'pkg update' first. #

Re: trouble switching to dports

2013-12-01 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, December 01, 2013 22:50:56 Justin Sherrill wrote: You should also rename /var/db/pkg - both pkgsrc and dports use the same name. Did that. Same error. Did you try running 'pkg update' as it suggests? I did. It does this: # pkg update Updating repository catalogue Repository

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 08:19:12 Sascha Wildner wrote: The console or dmesg will show what the real error is when this one occurs. Can you check? rt remote free rt_cpuid 0, mycpuid 1 Trace beginning at frame 0xffe0a461d668 ?H?? 6??H??o2??H??X() at ?H?? 6??H??o2??H??X+0x99

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
ifconfig shows an iwn0 device: iwn0: flags=8802BROADCAST,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 2290 ether 00:db:df:2f:0d:5f media: IEEE 802.11 Wireless Ethernet autoselect (autoselect) status: no carrier I see there's an /etc/rc.d/wpa_supplicant script that reads an

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 07:58:00 Joe Talbott wrote: If I'm not mistaken that error means there is a problem with your firmware file. Check that you have the correct version. How? I know nothing about firmware files. I'm in the middle of building git (and other stuff) as explained on

Re: trouble switching to dports was: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 15:40:40 Joris Giovannangeli wrote: Not the only one, I've got an issue since I upgraded to 3.7-dev. pkg search returns nothing. I put 3.8 ABI version in pkg.conf, I check the mirror, and I've even deleted the db files and have run pkg update, w/o success. Did you

Re: trouble switching to dports

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 15:51:17 John Marino wrote: I'm not following. You're saying the iwm error and dports error is the same thing? If not, I don't know what the error I got is and you'll need to tell me again. # pkg install git Updating repository catalogue Repository catalogue is

Re: trouble switching to dports

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 16:13:17 John Marino wrote: It doesn't matter when you switch kernel or world. You can just upgrade or wipe out /usr/local + /var/db/pkg and start again followed by pkg clean The question about when he switched was for Joris. I renamed /var/db/pkg. Wiping out

Re: trouble switching to dports

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 16:48:45 John Marino wrote: Well, there you go. pkg 1.0 is not compatible with pkg 1.1 or 1.2 It's very old. Where did you get it? It came with the 3.4 install. Remove it and either: 1) build from /usr/dports/ports-mgmt/pkg 2) install the bootstrap and let it

Re: iwn Intel Centrino 6235

2013-12-02 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 02, 2013 07:58:00 Joe Talbott wrote: If I'm not mistaken that error means there is a problem with your firmware file. Check that you have the correct version. How do I tell what the version is? Is it something I can fix remotely, without rebooting? What should the version

Re: routing is messed up by reassignment of address

2013-12-03 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Saturday, November 30, 2013 23:28:56 Pierre Abbat wrote: A couple of days ago my connection went down for unknown reasons. I picked up the satellite modem, of which one light was dark; it rebooted itself and I got a new range of addresses on both IPv4 and IPv6. I was able to ssh

Re: newbie question

2013-12-09 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, December 09, 2013 14:16:41 Roby Sadeli wrote: Sorry for not being clear enough. I am ssh'ing (and I have tried doing the same from console with the same result). The 2nd screenshot is the result I am getting from a tmux session ( http://imgur.com/9415rdM,TjMsUKC#1) Changing the

Re: debugging threads

2013-12-15 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, September 22, 2013 08:37:15 John Marino wrote: Yes it is fixable: 1) Using dports, install devel/gdb, which is gdb 7.6 2) Follow these instructions to run the testsuite on DragonFly, which takes a few hours actually: https://github.com/jrmarino/DPorts/wiki/Run-GDB-testsuite 3)

pkg is trying to update itself to the wrong version

2013-12-16 Thread Pierre Abbat
I have pkg 1.1.4 and I tried to install dejagnu (to work on the gdb thread problem, see my other post). It said New version of pkg detected; it needs to be installed first. So it tries to upgrade to 1.2.1 and fails to download the package. I checked the website repository; the pkg package is

Re: debugging threads

2013-12-16 Thread Pierre Abbat
I installed dejagnu and made gdb and ran the testsuite. A while later I came back and saw Timeout, server zyxomma not responding. I sshed into it again and ran the testsuite again. A while later I heard a beep. I saw this: Running ./gdb.base/fileio.exp ... FAIL: gdb.base/fileio.exp: Open for

Re: debugging threads

2013-12-19 Thread Pierre Abbat
I now have the output of the test suite, but I'm not sure what to make of it. Can someone help? I think the relevant file is /usr/obj/dports/devel/gdb/work/gdb-7.6.1/gdb/testsuite/gdb.threads/gdb.log . Executing on host: gcc ./gdb.threads/execl.c -g -lpthreads -lm -o

Re: HP Pavilion dv9000 notebook support

2013-12-30 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Sunday, December 29, 2013 22:51:30 Erwin Geerdink wrote: Not sure if the statement HP Pavilion dv7 laptops: as of 2012-07 it is impossible to run DragonFly on them due to broken ACPI interrupt routing in their firmware from http://www.dragonflybsd.org/docs/supportedhardware/ also applies

x86:32 packages?

2013-12-30 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm going to rebuild kernel and world on darner and switch to dports. I looked at http://mirror-master.dragonflybsd.org/dports/. ABI 3.8 has 64-bit packages, but no 32-bit. Should I use 3.6 instead, or will there be 32-bit packages? Pierre -- gau do li'i co'e kei do

dma hangs on boot

2014-01-06 Thread Pierre Abbat
Zyxomma has sendmail redirected to dma. One day I had to reboot it. I shelled into its IP address and typed reboot. It dropped the connection and beeped. A while later, I tried to log in again. No connection. A few days later I decided to investigate. (Zyxomma was my router, but it's doing

Re: dma hangs on boot

2014-01-07 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Tuesday, January 07, 2014 21:01:01 Justin Sherrill wrote: Previous problem I had where it froze at that step were a lack of network connection, or DNS, though that usually was just a slowdown, not a stop. Dunno if that holds here. I've seen it have two problems: 1. It was setting

switching old 32-bit box to dports

2014-01-13 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm trying to switch darner to dports. I made dports-create, no problem. Then I tried to make pkg-bootstrap. I got this: # make pkg-bootstrap /tmp/pkgboot.tar.xz 100% of 1403 kB 474 kBps ABI=`uname -P` /usr/local/sbin/pkg-static install -y pkg Updating repository

Re: switching old 32-bit box to dports

2014-01-14 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Monday, January 13, 2014 22:23:01 Justin Sherrill wrote: It's trying to download a prebuilt binary of pkg for i386/DragonFly 3.7. There isn't one - Marino built packages for 3.6/i386, and has not been building them for 3.7+. There's a fellow that volunteered to work on i386 dports, but I

darner's root timezone changed

2014-01-18 Thread Pierre Abbat
Darner's periodic output has been coming around 5:00 EST instead of shortly after midnight, which is 5:00 UTC. Here's a listing of the snapshot directory (minus the symlink arrows, which make it wider than the screen): -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 11 Apr 28 2013 .dedup.period lrwxr-xr-x 1 root

crash of unknown cause

2014-02-04 Thread Pierre Abbat
Could someone take a look at this? Zyxomma crashed when it was four hours away from me, and I don't know what caused it, except that it was probably caused by passing packets. It wasn't doing anything else, except occasional cron jobs, and it's been here a few days not passing packets and

Re: crash of unknown cause

2014-02-05 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Wednesday, February 05, 2014 22:47:21 Sepherosa Ziehau wrote: Hi, Have you enabled RED or RIO in the altq configuration? I saw a problem in the related code. If that's a kernel config, no. I'm using the generic configuration. I do, though, have this line in pf.conf: altq on $int_if cbq

Re: crash of unknown cause

2014-02-06 Thread Pierre Abbat
On Thursday, February 06, 2014 21:35:20 Sepherosa Ziehau wrote: Fix has been pushed to the latest master, please test. How do I test this? Zyxomma is not functioning as a router now. To set it up as a router, I'd have to travel four hours to my friend's house where leopard is. When I first set

RAID or mirror-stream?

2014-03-21 Thread Pierre Abbat
I'm planning to start an ISP. Do you think it's better to use RAID 5 or hammer mirror-stream to prevent data loss? The motherboards can handle up to six drives. Pierre -- li ze te'a ci vu'u ci bi'e te'a mu du li ci su'i ze te'a mu bi'e vu'u ci

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