Subject: Re: Kernel fun
To: Mauricio Tavares <Mauricio@proedint.com>
From: David Brownlee <email@example.com>
Date: 08/27/1999 15:27:37
On Fri, 27 Aug 1999, Mauricio Tavares wrote:
> Automatic boot in progress: starting file system checks.
> /dev/rrz0a: file system is clean; not checking
> /dev/rrz0d: file system is clean; not checking
> /dev/rrz0f: file system is clean; not checking
> asc_intr: ignoring strange interrupt tc 8154 fifo residue 3 script 1
> setting tty flags
> asc_intr: ignoring strange interrupt tc 990 fifo residue 3 script 1
> Is that some kind of problem with the code for the SCSI interface? If so,
> it makes me think that I got the wrong version of the kernel even though
> I used the one that *was* in the current source tree. Could I have
> missed the one Simon has corrected?
Definitely looks live a scsi drive issue. For entertainment value
you could probably check termination and cables, but I think
someone who knows something about the pmax scsi driver is going
to have to answer that one :)
> preserving editor files
> hash map "Alias0": unsafe map file /etc/aliases: No such file or directory
> Aug 27 12:37:06 kookoo sendmail: NOQUEUE: SYSERR(root): hash map
> unsafe map file /etc/aliases: No such file or directory
> Now this one is mostly me being dumb: what is this hash map? I do not
> a file /etc/aliases. Is that something sendmail is up to, so I should
> sendmail's config file or something?
For info on hash:
> clearing /tmp
> updating motd.
> standard daemons: update cron.
> starting network daemons:starting appletalk daemons: atalkd nbprgstr
> papdAug 27
> 12:37:57 kookoo papd: No such printer: lp
> Aug 27 12:37:57 kookoo papd: printcap problem: lp
> This one I can live with because I do not have lp set up yet ;)
This should be fine once you have edited printcap :)
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