Possible issue with wireless mouse on 3.6 release
I have a possible bug to report on RELEASE_3_6_0 on i386 arch.
I have a usb cordless mouse that does'not work.It is correctly identified
as ums0 and there is a /dev/ums0 on the same receiver there is a keyboard that works and the hardware works on other OSes.
I killed moused and started moused -p /dev/sysmouse but it did not work.
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1. [DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2615] (Resolved) panic while running gdb
test suite (Pierre Abbat via Redmine)
Date: Wed, 18 Dec 2013 22:35:30 -0800
From: Pierre Abbat via Redmine
Subject: [DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2615] (Resolved) panic while running gdb
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Issue #2615 has been updated by phma.
Status changed from New to Resolved
It is fixed. Thanks.
Bug #2615: panic while running gdb test suite
- Author: phma
- Status: Resolved
- Priority: High
- Target version:
I ran the testsuite on gdb 7.6.1 and it crashed partway through. This is as far as it got:
Running ./gdb.base/fileio.exp ...
FAIL: gdb.base/fileio.exp: Open for write but no write permission returns
FAIL: gdb.base/fileio.exp: Unlinking a file in a directory w/o write access
Running ./gdb.base/gcore-relro.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/huge.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/find.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/ctxobj.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/cond-eval-mode.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/arrayidx.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/eval-skip.exp ...
Running ./gdb.base/attach.exp ...
It crashed in the same place both times. The kernel dumps are numbers 2 and 3 in leaf:/home/phma/crash/zyxomma/. I need this fixed so that I can fix the thread bug in gdb.
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