in /etc/termcap: VT100 spec indicates that passthrough printing can be enabled by sending ESC[5i and disabled by sending ESC[4i These entries should be listed as po and pf in /etc/termcap, but are absent. See http://www.vt100.net/docs/vt102-ug/chapter5.html#S22.214.171.124 PR: conf/71549 Submitted by: Andrew Webster <firstname.lastname@example.org> MFC after: 1 week
screen entry: F11-F20 keys added linux entry: F10-F20 keys added, ACS line graphics added PR: kern/108899 Submitted by: Joseph Terner<email@example.com> MFC after: 1 week
PR: 129554 Submitted by: gavin MFC after: 3 weeks
PR: 132135 Submitted by: Craig Leres MFC after: 3 weeks
PATH then they can expect things to break. PR: 135417 MFC after: 3 weeks
Although the PR contains also the definitions of the Wyse 60, they are not copied into it since there are already definition for them in the termcap file since 1997. Also, the PR didn't use the :tc=xxx: feature, so I've imploded them. PR: conf/81882 Submitted by: Meister des Chaos <firstname.lastname@example.org> MFC after: 1 week
The termcap database does not have an entry for rxvt-unicode. This means that programs that need an entry such as vi fail to work when connecting via ssh using this terminal emulator. The added data is not the same as the PR submitted by Richard, it uses the :tc=xxx: option to inherit everything from rxvt-mono. PR: conf/117323 Submitted by: Richard Bradshaw <email@example.com> MFC after: 1 week
and rxvt-unicode) so see which fields should don't need to be copied if the :tc=xxx: option is used.
uart_8250. Remove it here since the UART on the ADM5120 isn't the typical 16550: its completely different.
bits but isi_state did not follow; expand it to 32 bits and pad to maintain alignment. Note this is an incompatible change that requires rebuilding of user applications. Submitted by: rpaulo, cbzimmer, avatar
…ltsi and it cannot be used with MCS rate codes
of the DP83861 and DP83891. - Reset the PHY during attach so it's in a known state. - Add a comment describing why we hardwire 10baseT support in the BMSR. - Always explicitly set IFM_HDX for half-duplex.  Obtained from: OpenBSD  MFC after: 2 weeks
server would crash because the Solaris10 client would attempt to use Sun's NFSACL protocol, which FreeBSD doesn't support. When the server generated the error reply via svcerr_noprog(), it would cause a crash because it would try and wrap a NULL reply. According to RFC2203, no wrapping is required for error cases. This one line change avoids wrapping of NULL replies. Reviewed by: dfr Approved by: kib (mentor)
This change only affects strings passed to -c, when the -s option is not used. The approach is to check if there may be additional data in the string after parsing each command. If there is none, use the EV_EXIT flag so that a fork may be omitted in specific cases. If there are empty lines after the command, the check will not see the end and forks will not be omitted. The same thing seems to happen in bash. Example: sh -c 'ps lT' No longer shows a shell process waiting for ps to finish. PR: bin/113860 Reviewed by: stefanf Approved by: ed (mentor)
Example: sh -c '(trap "echo trapped" EXIT; sleep 3)' now correctly prints "trapped". With this check, it is no longer necessary to check for -T explicitly in that case. This is a useful bugfix by itself and also important because I plan to skip forking more often. PR: bin/113860 (part of) PR: bin/74404 (part of) Reviewed by: stefanf Approved by: ed (mentor)
…ated pv entries surpasses the high water mark. The problem was that the page daemon would only be awakened the first time that the high water mark was surpassed. (The variable "pagedaemon_waken" is a non-working vestige of FreeBSD 4.x, in which it was external and reset by the page daemon whenever it ran. This reset allowed subsequent wakeups by the pv entry allocator.)
enabled upstream by default in 0.9.8.
This is not done by default in stock OpenSSL 0.9.8k, but I don't really see this causing problems. It is enabled by default in OpenSSL 1.0. This also fixes a build error (as we don't define OPENSSL_NO_SEED).
parameters they represent, and the variables they replaced, instead of abbreviated versions of them. Approved by: bz (mentor)
Approved by: bz (mentor)