Bugs On 64-Bit Version 6.3
mitchell at wyatt672earp.force9.co.uk
Sun Mar 9 15:24:19 UTC 2008
I dual-boot with OpenSUSE, sharing data on an Ext2 Partition. The machine is
an AMD Sempron with SATA Hard Disk. After installing FreeBSD 64-bit for AMD,
I suddenly got problems with mount_ext2fs. Thus:
"mount_ext2fs /dev/ad4s2 /mnt" , with various options can yield:
"Operation not permitted"
"kldload: unsupported file type"
I haven't noticed a pattern yet, but I discovered a simple solution:
Which can work without complaining when I didn't know anything was mounted,
like immediately after reboot.
Recompiling my root-privileged program, I get a System Call failure for:
errno says: "Resource temporarily unavailable"
But mlock(); works.
BIOS TIME SETTING:
System Time keeps getting set back, typically by 5 minutes plus. I can't see
another explanation yet except my new FreeBSD Installation.
Faictz Ce Que Vouldras: Frank Mitchell.
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