Nikolai Wendorf | 23 Nov 13:49 2014
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net boot sparc64

just wondering if this page is still a good description for loading up 9.3

https://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.0R/DP1/installation-sparc64.html

CD-ROM is defunct on my E-450

Nick
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lnrt | 23 Nov 00:44 2014

Full disk encryption on FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE?

While installing a FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE system I want to use UFS and 
encrypt the entire disk. I select "Open a shell and partition by hand" 
and follow these steps:

====================
# gpart destroy -F ada0

# gpart create -s gpt ada0

# gpart add -t freebsd-boot -s 512k -a 4k ada0
# gpart add -t freebsd-ufs -l boot -s 1g -a 1m ada0
# gpart add -t freebsd-ufs -l encrypted -a 1m ada0

# gpart bootcode -b /boot/pmbr -p /boot/gptboot -i 1 ada0

# geli init -b -l 256 -s 4096 ada0p3
# geli attach ada0p3

# newfs -U /dev/ada0p2
# newfs -U /dev/ada0p3.eli

# mount /dev/ada0p3.eli /mnt
# mkdir /mnt/unencrypted
# mount /dev/ada0p2 /mnt/unencrypted
# mkdir /mnt/unencrypted/boot
# ln -s unencrypted/boot /mnt/boot

# vi /tmp/bsdinstall_etc/fstab

/dev/ada0p2     /unencrypted   ufs     rw,noatime   1   1
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Christopher J. Ruwe | 23 Nov 00:32 2014
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value of maintaining emacs-mode packages in ports

I am well aware that very probably I might be starting a rant thread,
however, I am genuinely interested in opinions from the community.

Since version 24, Emacs, the very good operating system missing only a
decent editor, has developed a package manager for Emacs
extensions. Some good repos exist, packages are usually installed to
~/.emacs.d and I have come to really enjoy that way of installing
packages.

In that light and as the ports maintainer of math/ess, the Emacs
speaks statistics R-mode of emacs, I am asking myself specifically
whether I add any real benefit in maintaining math/ess. More
generally, I am interested in community answers as to whether it is
really useful to maintain Emacs-extension-packages in ports.

Thanks for your thoughts, cheers,
--

-- 
Christopher

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Matthias Apitz | 22 Nov 15:41 2014
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problem compiling pidgin 2.10.10


Hello,

I have problems compiling pidgin 2.10.10 from source in one of my laptops, running
FreeBSD 10.x:

$ gmake
...
Making all in plugins
gmake[3]: Entering directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10/finch/plugins'
gmake[3]: Nothing to be done for `all'.
gmake[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10/finch/plugins'
gmake[3]: Entering directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10/finch'
  CCLD     finch
/usr/bin/ld: i: invalid DSO for symbol `cur_term' definition
/usr/local/lib/libtinfow.so.5.9: could not read symbols: Bad value
cc: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
gmake[3]: *** [finch] Error 1
gmake[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10/finch'
gmake[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10/finch'
gmake[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/guru/pidgin-2.10.10'
gmake: *** [all] Error 2

the shared lib /usr/local/lib/libtinfow.so.5.9 seems to be fine, for
example:

$ nm /usr/local/lib/libtinfow.so.5.9 | fgrep cur_term
00025b58 B cur_term
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Alberto Mijares | 22 Nov 12:50 2014
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RootOnZFS FreeBSD 10.1 can't boot after install

Hi list,

I never tried a RootOnZFS with RAIDZ{1,2} before. After 10.1-RELEASE
(couple days ago) I did.

I'm using VirtualBox on Debian. The VM has 3 or 4 disks (I've tried
both) and after a successful install, the VM doesn't boot. All I can
see is

ZFS: i/o error - all block copies unavailable
ZFS: can't find dataset u
ZFS: can't open root filesystem
gptzfsboot: failed to mount default pool zroot

FreeBSD/x86 boot
Default: zroot:
boot:

And it expects specific input that I can't guest. What I'm missing?
Plase give me some hint.

Thanks in advance

Alberto Mijares
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Anders Jensen-Waud | 22 Nov 11:53 2014

iwn wi-fi and hostap

Hello,

I am trying to set up an older IBM laptop as a wireless access point.
FreeBSD 10.1 (amd64) correctly identifies the wireless card:

iwn0 <at> pci0:3:0:0:        class=0x028000 card=0x11118086 chip=0x42308086
rev=0x61 hdr=0x00
    vendor     = 'Intel Corporation'
    device     = 'PRO/Wireless 4965 AG or AGN [Kedron] Network Connection'
    class      = network

In trying to set it up with hostap, I get the following error:

root <at> beastie> ifconfig wlan0 create wlandev iwn0 wlanmode hostap bssid
authmode open ssid bsdwifi
ifconfig: SIOCIFCREATE2: Operation not supported

Is there some method of configuring iwn so that it can function as an
access point?

Thanks,

Anders
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BS 2015 | 22 Nov 07:25 2014
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BS2015: Extended Deadline for Abstract Submission - Dec 10, 2014

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françai s | 21 Nov 21:57 2014
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A FreeBSD developer told me via private message that the the most FreeBSD developers don’t develop in machine code

This subject is irresistible to me,I like so much of this issue that get
out tears out of my eyes.

This topic is mainly for developers of FreeBSD that develop in machine
code, until even in binary code.

A FreeBSD developer told me via private message that the  the most FreeBSD
developers don’t develop in machine code, in other words, the  minority
FreeBSD developers develop in machine code, until even in binary code.

Thought I'd share and hope that someone can get some use out of it.

He told me this:

"We either create a macro expands to something like ".word <foo> “ or
sometimes the .word <foo> is just hard coded inline when there’s only going
to be one of them. Sometimes we expose them both in assembly and in C code,
in which case what we do varies a bit to accommodate the different
language’s syntax. It is rare, but has happened, that we only expose it to
C code.

Generally, though, we try to add support for the opcodes to gas so that we
get the constraint testing it does (making sure the opcode is supported at
the level you are compiling, making sure it isn’t in a delay slot or
violating some other precondition for its use)."

"You pointed me at macros that defined operations in terms of opcodes the
assembler didn’t understand with the workaround being the assembler
directive using .word followed by by some hex value to encode the opcode."

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Ian Smith | 21 Nov 17:36 2014
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Re: sysinstall fails to fetch; pkg install succeeds

In freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 546, Issue 3, Message: 7
On Tue, 18 Nov 2014 22:10:12 -0700 Gary Aitken <freebsd <at> dreamchaser.org> wrote:

 > I'm in the process of installing a 9.3 system.
 >
 > "pkg install foo" seems to work fine, fetching from the network.
 > However, if I run sysinstall (forgot to include the handbook), it fails
 > when trying to fetch from the network.  I've tried both FTP mode and
 > FTP through firewall mode.  What does sysinstall do that's different when 
 > trying to fetch from the network?

sysinstall only knows about the old pkg_tools (pkg_add etc) which have 
been defunct for quite a while.  I don't know why the pkg_* binaries are 
even left in place (let alone executable) on pkg(8)-using systems, as I 
found out the hard way after pkg2ng'ing 9.2R, then ungrokingly running 
the old not-yet-pkg-aware portmaster, managing to make quite a mess.

For anyone running an 8.x or 9.x system using pkg(8) exclusively, maybe 
via pkg2ng, I'd recommend considering - if rm seems drastic - at least:

 # chmod a-x /usr/sbin/pkg_*

Try bsdconfig(8) which I think still (re)installs the docs, and provides 
a (working?) front end for installing packages.  Let's know how it goes?

bsdconfig provides most if not all 'post-installation' functions from 
sysinstall, similar look'n'feel to bsdinstall (invoked for disk setup).

 > This is going through a firewall running natd and ipfw, so it may be a
 > firewall rule problem.  But I would have thought they would either both
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Giuseppe Pagnoni | 21 Nov 12:17 2014
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webcamd for integrated ricoh webcam on sony vaio VGN-SZ4XN/C laptop (linux driver r5u870)

Dear all,

I am trying with no success to make the camera on my laptop work under
FreeBSD 10.1 i386. The laptop is a Vaio VGN-SZ4XN/C, and the
integrated webcam is a Ricoh-made one.  Under Linux, it is recognized
as: "05ca:1835 Sony Visual Communication Camera VGP-VCC5" and is
supported by the driver r5u870.

I am unable to make it work under FreeBSD. I installed the packages:
- lib4l
- v4l_compat
- webcamd
- cuse4BSD-kmod

And entered in /boot/loader.conf:
cuse4bsd_load="YES"

and in /etc/rc.conf:
webcamd_enable="YES"

The camera is attached to usb 4.3. Now, if I enter:
# webcamd -d ugen4.3 -i 0 -v 0

I get:
Attached to ugen4.3[0]
webcamd: cannot find USB device

Any suggestions?

thanks in advance!
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