thainhi1992 | 6 Apr 17:34 2014
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nv with NVidia Riva 128 broken in 4.3.0


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thainhi1992 | 6 Apr 17:30 2014
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Re: FreeBSD 10.0-RC5 Now Available


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Oliver Lehmann | 6 Apr 10:11 2014
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r263478 - /stable/10/sys/net/route.h breaks net-snmp

Hi Gleb,

your change to route.h breaks the compilation of
net-mgmt/net-snmp. Can you please fix it?

Here is a log from CURRENT, the error message on 10-STABLE is the same.
With 10-RELEASE the port compiled fine:

http://beefy1.isc.freebsd.org/bulk/head-i386-default/latest/logs/errors/net-snmp-5.7.2_4.log

Greetings, Oliver
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Dmitry Sivachenko | 5 Apr 21:10 2014
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Incorrect sort(1) order

Hello,

right now sort(1) in stable/10 sorts UTF-8 text files incorrectly if I have LC_CTYPE=ru_RU.UTF-8 set.
This is probably due to the problems described in recent "UTF-8 Sorting" thread on -stable, though it is a
clear regression 
when moving from GNU sort from stable/9.

I would rather ignore LC_CTYPE completly (until is it broken) and produce sort results as if LC_CTYPE=C.  Or
at least make a big warning in sort(1) man-page.  Right now it looks rather disappointing.

Thanks.

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Robert David | 5 Apr 11:52 2014
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usb working partialy after resume

Hi all,

I got read a lot of USB problems on freebsd vs suspend/resume. 

For example:
http://unethicalblogger.com/2013/12/03/scratchiest-neckbeard-freebsd-x200.html

My problem is similar, but suggested  solutions does not help.
I do not have  dev.uhci.*.wake ????

I run FreeBSD on Lenovo ThinkPad X61s.

I use FreeBSD stable/10, I compile my own kernel with vt enabled and
uhci/ehci disabled (to be build as modules).
I unload and load ehci/uhci module on suspend/resume. 
But after first resume, USB start working wired. 
For example, at home I got docking station connected to external
monitor with USB hub (connected keyboard,mouse) and this works all the
time after suspend/resume.  But in work I got some KVM switch with
keyboard/mouse connected, but after resume only mouse works, I even
cannot make keyboard work when connected directly to USB on notebook.
The USB seems to be much more nonworking that working, connecting USB
flash, scanner does not work. But the USB port on docking station
suprisingly  work, even can put here flash drive.

It is wired and seems to be something with internal USB hubs and its
power. Also wired is that In work I do not have docking station and the
KVM switch is connected to one of the notebook ports.

This messages are from connecting KVM in work:
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Doug Hardie | 5 Apr 06:08 2014

9.2 Boot Problem

I put this out on Questions, but got no responses. Hopefully someone here has some ideas.

FreeBSD 9.2.  All of my systems are hanging during boot right after the screen that has the picture.  Its as if
someone hit a space on the keyboard.  However, these systems have no keyboard.  If I plug one in, or use the
serial console, and enter a return, the boot continues properly.

The boot menu is displayed along with Beastie.  However, the line that says Autoboot in n seconds… never
appears.  It just stops there.  These are all new installs from CD systems.  I just used freebsd-update to
take a toy server from 9.1 to 9.2 and it doesn't exhibit this behavior.  It boots properly.  I have updated one
of the production servers with the latest 9.2 changes and it still has the issue.  I first thought that some
config file did not get updated properly on the CD.  I have dug around through the 4th files and don't see
anything obvious that would cause this.  I have now verified that all the 4th files in boot are identical
(except for the version number.  They are slightly different).  I don't believe this is a BIOS setting issue
as FreeBSD 7.2 didn't exhibit this behavior.  All 4 systems are on totally different motherboards.

I tried setting loader_logo="none" in /boot/config.rc and that eliminated the menu and Beastie.  I think
the system completed booting, but the serial console was then dead.  It did not respond or output anything. 
I had to remove that and reboot to get the console back again.

I need to get this fixed as these are production servers that are essentially unmanned so its difficult to
get them back up again.  

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Zoran Kolic | 4 Apr 17:13 2014

Re: UEFI bios, problem installing freebsd but not pc-bsd

> Got a new computer the other day. It has a UEFI bios. I downloaded the
> latest builds of 10-stable and 11 from allbsd, and also downloaded
> pc-bsd 10-R.
> 
> Although I could install all three, for the freebsds the system would
> not get to the loader prompt. All I got was a blank screen and the
> cursor hopping around in the top left quadrant of the screen.

I recall this issue on lenovo laptop and branch 9.
Not details, but it ended I had to manualy make
partitions first. I was sure it was installed even
with default, but it could not boot. However, the
method works and I have this laptop happy with
freebsd on it.
Best regards

                              Zoran

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Volodymyr Kostyrko | 4 Apr 16:05 2014

Re: misc/186412: WITHOUT_NIS support for ObsoleteFiles.inc

Hi all.

8 weeks passed since this was patched at HEAD and there are requests 
present to MFC this one. This will fix python builds misdetecting the 
NIS if it's not updated.

Can someone help please?

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John | 4 Apr 02:03 2014

UEFI bios, problem installing freebsd but not pc-bsd

Hello -stable,

Got a new computer the other day. It has a UEFI bios. I downloaded the
latest builds of 10-stable and 11 from allbsd, and also downloaded
pc-bsd 10-R.

Although I could install all three, for the freebsds the system would
not get to the loader prompt. All I got was a blank screen and the
cursor hopping around in the top left quadrant of the screen.

In contrast to this, when I installed pc-bsd and the system rebooted, it
was able to fully boot as expected. Why is this? I suspect it's due to
UEFI but, unlike a server I look after, this machine does not appear to
have a legacy bios.

Now, while I have nothing against pc-bsd, I'm used to getting the base
install sorted then installing what I need out of ports, probably
because I'm an old fart who has been using freebsd as a desktop since
2.2.5. How can I make the proper BSD bootable after install in the face
of UEFI ? How does pc-bsd overcome this limitation?

[whoops, just looked at https://wiki.freebsd.org/UEFI - has anyone here
got this to work?]

thanks,
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Ben Morrow | 3 Apr 23:28 2014
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Re: [ANNOUNCE] ports 2014Q2 branched

Quoth Baptiste Daroussin <bapt <at> FreeBSD.org>:
> 
> January 2014 saw the release of the first quaterly branch, intended at
> providing a stable and high-quality ports tree. Those stable branches
> are a snapshot of the head ports tree taken every 3 months and
> currently supported for three months, during which they receive
> security fixes as well as build and runtime fixes.

This is really good news.

I don't know who is in charge of the ports mirror on github, but if it
would be possible to mirror these branches as well that would be really
helpful. I switched to using git for my ports tree a while ago, because
I have some local modifications and I find it much easier to maintain
them in git than to fight with svn.

Ben

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Baptiste Daroussin | 2 Apr 11:24 2014
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[ANNOUNCE] ports 2014Q2 branched

Hi all,

I am pleased to announce that we have created the 2014Q2 branch of the ports
tree.

Because the first 2014Q1 branch was experimental you might not have heard of it
yet.

January 2014 saw the release of the first quaterly branch, intended at
providing a stable and high-quality ports tree. Those stable branches are a
snapshot of the head ports tree taken every 3 months and currently supported
for three months, during which they receive security fixes as well as build and
runtime fixes.

Packages are built on regular basis on that branch (weekly) and published as
usual via pkg.FreeBSD.org (/quarterly instead of the usual /latest).

They are signed the same way the /latest branch is.

While packages for 2014Q1 were only built for 10 (i386 and amd64) 2014Q2 will be
built for both FreeBSD 9 and 10 (i386 and amd64).

The first build of 2014Q2 will started this morning (wednesday at 1 am UTC) and should
hit your closest mirrors very soon.

On behalf of the port management team
Bapt

Gmane