netatalk: Mac or BSD problem
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Mon May 12 20:36:28 PDT 2003
On Mon, 2003-05-12 at 22:39, Jim Arnold wrote:
> I've Googled and Googled on this one but have come up empty. I don't
> know if this is a FreeBSD or Mac problem.
> On my home network I have a Mac OS X box running 10.2.6 and two
> FreeBSD boxes running 4.7 stable and netatalk-1.6.2,1.
> Suddenly I cannot connect via Appleshare (afp or IP) to one of the
> FreeBSD boxes. Whenever I do try to connect I am seeing this message
> in the Mac console.log before I type in the login or pw:
> kextload: extension
> /System/Library/Filesystems/AppleShare/asp_tcp.kext is already loaded
> kextload: extension
> /System/Library/Filesystems/AppleShare/asp_atp.kext is already loaded
> kextload: extension /System/Library/Filesystems/AppleShare/afpfs.kext
> is already loaded
This lost most definitely to be an OS X thing. Netatalk is directly
triggering a kextload.
> When I do type in my login and password I get the evil spinning
> beachball that will not go away without a force quit. All of this was
> working fine for a few weeks after going to 10.2.6 on the Mac.
Can you get a sniffer trace with ethereal or tcpdump?
> I'm still not certain where the problem is originating. I've
> re-installed Netatalk and tried fixing permissions on the Mac. I have
> no problems connecting to the other FBSD box.
What flags are you using the build the Netatalk port? Note that there
were some changes in 10.2.6 with the way OS X recognizes Netatalk
servers. One of our developers is working on a AFP 3.x branch now which
should improve the OS X support. With other responsibilities, I have
not been engaged as much in the project, so I'm not sure when the next
release is due out.
> Any ideas would be appreciated. Pleae CC me with any replies as I can
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