Subject: Re: new 1.2BETA /i386 install floppies and kernels
To: Rob Windsor <email@example.com>
From: Webmaster Jim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/05/1996 01:18:37
On Sep 4, 9:33pm, Rob Windsor wrote:
} Find the one that matches what you see in 'dmesg | head -1' (in the parens),
} e.g. GENERICADP.
I looked and found these typos in the kernel strings:
$ strings /netbsd | grep -i reseting
%s: Reseting Channel B
%s: Reseting Channel A
iso_setmcasts: %s needs reseting to receive iso mcasts
$ strings /netbsd | grep -i resetting
%s: selection out while idle; resetting
%s: selection timeout while idle; resetting
%s: unexpected bus phase; resetting
$ strings /netbsd | egrep -i 'wierd|weird'
am7990_config: weird memory size
tp0_stash: tp running over something wierd
tp0_openflow: tp running over something wierd
linux syscall with weird argument size %d
fdcstatus: weird size
~~~ I'd pick `resetting' and `weird' myself ~~~~ Is this worth a PR?
I don't speak (or work) for the Baltimore County Public Library.
They keep telling me, "Shhhhh!"