Subject: Re: who uses the build-in uucp with a modem?
To: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
From: Tom Javen <tomja@InnoTrac.fi>
Date: 12/02/1997 11:09:46
On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Jonathan Stone wrote:
> Tom Javen <tomja@InnoTrac.fi> writes:
> >On Tue, 2 Dec 1997, Tom Ivar Helbekkmo wrote:
> >> On modern hardware, I have no problems at all -- we run 1.2G in
> >> production at work, and are very happy with it. Looking forward to 1.3!
> >> At home, though, I'll be moving to OpenBSD on Intel, and 4.3BSD-Reno on
> >> the VAX. Reno may be old, and may have its share of bugs, but at least
> >> it's runnable on my old MicroVAX! :-)
> >I tried current on my i386dx and i386sx , both without 387 , could this
> >vm_fault which i see rather frequently be related to the missing
> >coprocessor ?
> Good hypothesis, but doesn't explain the vax. If you can repeat the
> panics on a 386dx or sx with the identical kernel and userland you
> have on an i486, please send a PR. Being able to reproduce the
> problem on with the same setup as a non-faulting system should help
> isolate this.
I can test on the 386sx and 486 with the same disk.
If I find something logical in the panics , i'll send a PR.
> >I have no problems on my i486 , other than nfsd is dumping core...
> Did you remove the old /sbin/nfsd after installing /usr/sbin/nfsd?
> (also nfsiod, and the quota control program)
No, I tried recompiling nfsd (twice) :-)
> There was a script posted to do this...
I'll try the rm
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