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Re: Lemote Yeeloong observations
On Fri, 4 May 2012, John D. Baker wrote:
Running 'visudo', however, resulted in a bus error. This might be the
same thing discussed recently with sudo, sparc, and 64-bit time_t that
has been fixed in pkgsrc-HEAD. I'll update and build "security/sudo"
and give it a try.
The updated "security/sudo" runs without problems. Adapting the patch
to "wip/sudo" allows it to work as well. It would appear that although
built as "evbmips64-el", userland is actually 32-bit? That would seem
to explain the behavior similar to sparc which doesn't occur on sparc64.
There appears to be a problem with pty allocation--at least as far as
'sshd' is concerned. Attempting to connect to the Yeeloong (LOONGSON
kernel) hangs at the client end and produces the following on console:
sshd[pid]: error: do_exec_pty: Dup #1: Bad file descriptor
I have the standard complement of /dev/pty??. Is ptyfs required instead?
Also, running 'ntpd' produces a regular cascade of:
ntpd[pid]: step-systime: Invalid argument
Not sure what this indicates. Is 'clockctl' not included? I'll have
to check the kernel config.
Xorg complains about a missing symbol/feature. Log file here:
Attempting to build "lang/perl" fails to produce an executable, but
it isn't really apparent until the package phase, which fails. Very
long log file:
Thanks for hints, tricks, and tips.
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