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Can't wait to see its other half alive again ;)

2% /usr/gfx/gfxinfo -v
Graphics board 0 is "KONAD" graphics.

KONAD gfx ? What kind of setup is that ? a G brick ?

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Thank you for your report, I was wondering about this too.
Out of curiosity, could Neko or another O350 (lucky) owner tell us which fan model/part number is used in the 350 ?
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nekonoko wrote: Have to get back to you on that - looking at the fans requires shutting the system down (and by extension this very forum!).

I guess that everybody will agree that there is no rush then ;)
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emachine wrote:
Runs fine on the Tezro :D

The question is... does it run on anything else than a Tezro ? ;)

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mattst88 wrote: Now, assuming you could get an X1550 (or even a Radeon 9100) with the appropriate MIPS initialization ROM, which, mind you, wouldn't be possible since there were never any Radeons made for MIPS boxes

I think the correct statement should be "there were never any PCI Radeons made for MIPS boxes" as the Onyx4 G2 brick was basically made of two AGP FireGL X1/X2 ;)
But for sure, this does not change anything to our modesetting matter on O2 / Octane :(
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Recondas researched quite much about which brick we should be able to use in O200, and has a pretty report of his investigation in this thread .
Just curious : in your setup, are you using a "standard" R brick ? I mean a DC powered + power bay one, like the one for O3k ? Didn't you have any serial mismatch / security issue ?
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Update : new hinv at the end of the thread

IRIS 1# hinv -vm
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/n2/node
IP31PIMM8MB Board: barcode JRN215     part 030-1401-002 rev  C
IP31 Board: barcode JHB065     part 030-1255-004 rev  A
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/n1/node
MODULEID Board: barcode K0009874   part              rev
IP31PIMM8MB Board: barcode DPX714     part 030-1401-002 rev  B
IP31 Board: barcode JRS408     part 030-1255-004 rev  A
4P1G5_MPLN Board: barcode DKA368     part 013-1839-001 rev  E
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/io4/kona
GE16-4 Board: barcode HKM723     part 030-1398-001 rev  B
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/io6/divo
DIVO Board: barcode DGR497     part 030-1046-002 rev  H
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/io1/baseio
BASEIO Board: barcode HLZ610     part 030-0734-002 rev  N
MIO Board: barcode HPF340     part 030-0880-003 rev  F
Location: /hw/module/1/slot/io3/mscsi
MSCSI Board: barcode EDV974     part 030-1243-001 rev  C
4 300 MHZ IP27 Processors
CPU: MIPS R12000 Processor Chip Revision: 2.3
FPU: MIPS R12010 Floating Point Chip Revision: 2.3
CPU 0 at Module 1/Slot 2/Slice A: 300 Mhz MIPS R12000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.3. Scache: Size 8 MB Speed 200 Mhz  Tap 0xa
CPU 1 at Module 1/Slot 2/Slice B: 300 Mhz MIPS R12000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.3. Scache: Size 8 MB Speed 200 Mhz  Tap 0xa
CPU 2 at Module 1/Slot 1/Slice A: 300 Mhz MIPS R12000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.3. Scache: Size 8 MB Speed 200 Mhz  Tap 0xa
CPU 3 at Module 1/Slot 1/Slice B: 300 Mhz MIPS R12000 Processor Chip (enabled)
Processor revision: 2.3. Scache: Size 8 MB Speed 200 Mhz  Tap 0xa
Main memory size: 8192 Mbytes
Instruction cache size: 32 Kbytes
Data cache size: 32 Kbytes
Secondary unified instruction/data cache size: 8 Mbytes
Memory at Module 1/Slot 82: 4096 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 2 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 3 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 4 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 5 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 6 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 7 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Memory at Module 1/Slot 81: 4096 MB (enabled)
Bank 0 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 1 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 2 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 3 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 4 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 5 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 6 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Bank 7 contains 512 MB (Standard) DIMMS (enabled)
Integral SCSI controller 3: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), differential
Integral SCSI controller 4: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), differential
Integral SCSI controller 2: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), differential
Integral SCSI controller 5: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), differential
Integral SCSI controller 1: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), single ended
Integral SCSI controller 0: Version QL1040B (rev. 2), single ended
Disk drive: unit 1 on SCSI controller 0 (unit 1)
Disk drive: unit 2 on SCSI controller 0 (unit 2)
CDROM: unit 6 on SCSI controller 0
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty1
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty2
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty3
IOC3/IOC4 serial port: tty4
IOC3 parallel port: plp1
Graphics board: InfiniteReality2E
Integral Fast Ethernet: ef0, version 1, module 1, slot io1, pci 2
Iris Audio Processor: version RAD revision 7.0, number 1
Origin BASEIO board, module 1 slot 1: Revision 4
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4265, device 2) pci slot 0
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4265, device 2) pci slot 2
Origin MSCSI board, module 1 slot 3: Revision 3
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 0
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 1
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 2
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 3
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4265, device 3) pci slot 6
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4265, device 3) pci slot 2
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 0
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4215, device 4128) pci slot 1
PCI Adapter ID (vendor 4265, device 5) pci slot 7
IOC3/IOC4 external interrupts: 1
HUB in Module 1/Slot 2: Revision 5 Speed 100.00 Mhz (enabled)
HUB in Module 1/Slot 1: Revision 5 Speed 100.00 Mhz (enabled)
IP27prom in Module 1/Slot n2: Revision 6.129
IP27prom in Module 1/Slot n1: Revision 6.129
IO6prom on Global Master Baseio in Module 1/Slot io2: Revision 6.129

IRIS 2# /usr/gfx/gfxinfo -v
Graphics board 0 is "KONAL" graphics.
Managed (":0.0") 1280x1024
Display has 2 channels
4 GEs (of 4), occmask = 0x0f
4MB external BEF ram, 32bit path
2 RM7 boards (of 2) 1/1/0/0
Texture Memory: 64MB/64MB/-/-
Large pixel depth
32K cmap
brd: 80f61806 3020c06/3020c06/-/- f9391002
ge: 0 14832057 24731057 14231057
rm0: 15032057 15431057
4631057 1/1/1/1
4d31057 2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2
4938057 4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4
rm1: 15032057 15431057
4631057 1/1/1/1
4d31057 2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2
4938057 4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4/4
dg: 05532057
5838057 1/1/1/1
5631057 0/0
GE:   NIC #:      0000.0038.c463 (family: 0b)
Serial #:   HKM723
Part #:     030-1398-001
KT:   No NIC serial number available.
RM0:  NIC #:      0000.000e.439a (family: 0b)
Serial #:   EDW101
Part #:     030-1054-001
TM0:  NIC #:      0000.000e.3e8a (family: 0b)
Serial #:   EDY125
Part #:     030-1053-001
RM1:  NIC #:      0000.000e.43b6 (family: 0b)
Serial #:   EDW080
Part #:     030-1054-001
TM1:  NIC #:      0000.000e.3e9d (family: 0b)
Serial #:   EDY114
Part #:     030-1053-001
RM2:  No NIC serial number available.
TM2:  No NIC serial number available.
RM3:  No NIC serial number available.
TM3:  No NIC serial number available.
BP:   No NIC serial number available.
DG:   NIC #:      0000.0015.dfe9 (family: 0b)
Serial #:   FER904
Part #:     030-1055-001
DGOPT:No NIC serial number available.
(Could not contact X server; thus, no XSGIvc information available)

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Some time ago I compiled bacula, which included a GTK gui. If there is nothing else already available in Nekoware, I'll do a proper nekoware package of bacula.

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neko_bacula-2.4.3.tardist is available in /beta.
Please note that the QT4 and the Gnome gui are not installed by default (because of the heavy dependencies). They can be found in the neko_bacula.opt.bat and neko_bacula.opt.bgnome_console subsystems.

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Ryan Fox wrote:

Welcome to the Onyx club bub :twisted:

Thanx :)
I really have a great fun with this machine. My only complain about it for now is that once the fastfan mode is triggered (usually after a little hour), it becomes difficult to work with it for a long time.
After I saw neko's hint , I tried to remove the divo, but it still goes to fastfan after an hour or so, no difference here.
Maybe it's time to attempt a (huge) fan mod :lol:

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maxsleg wrote:
It is all about good airflow. Give the unit a lot more space at the back with clean airflow and let the warm air exhaust somewhere and you'll find it won't fastfan.
Think of the unit as a 800w heater - you need to dump the warm air somewhere..

Yeah, it's probably worth a try before attempting any dangerous/destructive hardware hack ;)
I was a bit surprised at the begining that it sucks fresh air at the top and exhaust hot air at the bottom (it would seem more logical the other way), but now that you tell it, it's true that it does not have very good clearance on the bottom sides / back.
I do see it as an electric heater, when I'm thinking of my power bill ;) Btw, is the 800W consumption a rough number to illustrate your idea, or is it from any measurement / spec of the unit ?

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Ryan Fox wrote:
... and keep it a constant 68 Fahrenheit. You other workstations will
thank you for the relatively small cooling investment ;)

Thanks for your advice, but in mid november in the north of France, you have to invest in warming, not cooling ! (and no, an onyx2 is not a "valid" warming device ;) )

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I had a 2h+ fastfan free session yesterday, by simply letting more space on the side & back for it to breath.
I guess the fan tray (and my window ;) ) are safe for now :lol:
Thanks for you advices.

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nekonoko wrote: Added newly released neko_openssl-0.9.8j.tardist to /beta; security advisory here:

Not bad for a "dead" OS, you posted this in the same time as I received the FreeBSD advisory & patches ;)
Installed, didn't break anything so far, but I didn't test it so much either.

nekonoko wrote: Also neko_bind-9.6.0-P1.tardist ; security advisory here: ... 00291.html

Installed it, looks to be running fine as far as authoritative resolution and recursion with acl are concerned.

Thanks :D
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Who is the packager of starfighter ? The release notes are anonymous and I would like to give a try at porting Blob Wars, but maybe the packager of starfighter is already working at it ?
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Just ./configure it, and then edit clamav-config.h
and add
and remove
It looks like both are not detected correctly by the configure script.

You should also be warned that if you use -O3, it will fail building shared/sha256.c. Just switch down to -O2 for this object, and then continue with -O3.

gerard wrote:
__attribute__((something)) is a GCC extension, that has to go or #defined away

If you want to make sure that struct is packed, have a look at the MIPSpro pragma guide (?).

Ah, thanks jan-jaap. I did a quick grep on the sources, and there's more usage of that extension there. I'm afraid that's over my head ( ianap ) so gcc'll have to do...

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eMGee wrote: A bit off-topic, in the light of the question. ClamAV for IRIX . That's nice, but... why though? Are there virii out there affecting MIPS-based platforms? (And specifically targetting IRIX? ) Or will it serve to check x86 systems?

I (and probably a few other weird people arround here) run my email server on an Irix machine ;)
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I'm tempted to designate the same suspect; I had very important/weird flickering on my philips 190V TFT, using an unknown origin 13W3/HD15 adapter on the Onyx2. I replaced it by a "pin stripped" sun adapter (the 190V is SOG), and now everything works perfectly. I even use the previous adapter on the second channel of the DG5 with a non SOG TFT without any problem.
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This may sound as a stupid question, but are you sure that it's really dead ?
I mean, these machines are really good at feigning death... ;)
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Do any of the SGI developpers around have any idea if MipsPro C supports the label value operator ?
Of course it throws errors when hitting the && operator, but maybe there is some hidden -LANG switch that activate this extension ?

Thank you
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porter wrote: What plonker came up with this dim-witted idea?

pip wrote: Wow, I'd like to see some code that makes use of this (and then smack the person who wrote it).

I found this code in the dispatcher of a direct threaded bytecode interpreter and, frankly, I cannot imagine any other practical use of this ;)
Oh well, I guess I'll either have to rewrite this part of the code, or make use of gcc (which have other drawbacks in my case)...
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I don't see anything wrong on 6.5.30

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[email protected] > uname -R
6.5 6.5.30m
[email protected] > host -t AAAA is an alias for has IPv6 address 2001:4860:a003::68
[email protected] > host 2001:4860:a003::68 domain name pointer
[email protected] > host -n 2001:4860:a003::68 domain name pointer
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ramq wrote: bplaa.yai : How did you set up you IPv6 that could differ from mine?

I didn't setup anything special for ipv6. It's just a stock install in this regard.
ramq wrote: Could you provide a 'cksum' of /usr/sbin/host?

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speedo 25# cksum /usr/sbin/host
3313214999 1299676 /usr/sbin/host
speedo 26#

We're indeed not using the same binary :

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[email protected] > cksum /usr/sbin/host
442620923 1689916 /usr/sbin/host
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I just found this on the sidewalk and, of course, couldn't resist bringing it back home.
It appears to be a Quad 2.5Ghz G5 (if I believe the label on the chassis), but without RAM, HDD, gfx board or side door ! Finding all of this would probably not be too difficult but, for now, I would just like to know if it's still alive or not... I plugged an appropriate power cord (looks to use the same kind as the Onyx2) but, of course, nothing happened... no "click" when I plug the power cord, and no light appears. Of course I get no response from the power switch on the front.
I'm not sure how this machine is supposed to behave, nor what is the "minimum configuration" to get it to turn on (I guess it just needs ram, and it can turn on without gfx or hdd), but hopefully with the help of the apple guys arround here I can probably sort it out.
ps : it's not shown on the pictures, but I have the various fans that goes in.
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I'm affraid you could be right ! But I'm still wondering if it's worth attempting a rescue...
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japes wrote: There are plenty of webpages describing repair of that system. I think I read one (with the poor help of google or someone's translator) in french.

Thank you, I will dig in that direction...
japes wrote: The damage from a leak would be the mainboard though, not the powersupply. Though it sounds like the powersupply might have failed. I think there should be a LED somewhere on the board to indicate standby power.

From the little I read, it looks like leaks can damage either psu, mainboard, or both. I guess it's better if the psu is the victim...
japes wrote: From the picture it doesn't look like there's residue on the bottom of the case though. If there is a leak it probably can be cleaned up and repaired.

I examined the system a bit more, and I cannot find any leak evidence... everything looks clean, I cannot find any residue. The only suspect thing is the curled plastic stuff in the bottom of the case. But even, this thing should contain any liquid that would drop on it, plus the absorbing material over. It would need a major leak to kill the psu or mainboard, I guess...
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OK, I have some news here.
I took some time today to remove the cooling / cpu assembly, and extract the psu.
My first impression was confirmed, there was no leak (as you can see on the pics, everything is clean in), but it looks like the psu died by "natural" reasons. There is a part inside that looks burned, but my knowledge is very poor about this...
I'd like to know the point of view of PSU experts here : do you think it can be repaired ? The quads have a 1KW psu, which is very expensive, unlike the 600W ones (for dual G5) that can be found for a reasonable amount.
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After a bit of reading/learning on this, it looks like that what I have here is a blown tantalum capacitor.
I guess it can be replaced easily (I'm ok with my soldering iron as long as the components are not too small), but the point is to figure out :
- What are the specs of the blown component ? I don't think there is any label on it (I have to remove it to be sure), and I don't know if I can measure it with a multimeter (I have a velleman DVM850BL).
- I guess I should also make sure that other components are OK. How can I do this ?

Thank you
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SAQ wrote: Are you sure that's a tant?

Not at all :P
SAQ wrote: It looks like it might be a MOV (metal-oxide varistor - most of the time if you can see the leads extend into the package like that it's a MOV [but what I see as leads could be something else]), and a dead MOV probably means the PSU was exposed to significant overvoltage.

MOVs usually come in herds - look for another one or two. They're almost impossible to test, but you can compare them and get part numbers to search for.

There is an identical thing just next to it.
If I have time tomorow I'll unsolder these to have a better look at it, but from what I can see there is no label on it... But if they are MOVs, their physical dimension gives their "specification", right ? I also read interesting fire hazard things about these components...
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tomo wrote:
Yes shake is fine at O2 as mine is. But I work "only" with PAL resolutions. I'v mean that it could be far more faster (if sutch program exists) to do it like this:
./composite frame_background.#.rgb frame_rendered_contents.#.rgb -o composited_output.#.rgb

it seems mutch more faster then running shake, add nodes and then render it out... Of course if I want color manipulation ower layers or add some effects, then Shake is really good choice.

I'm pretty sure Image Magick would do a great job at it. Relevant examples here .

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I guess he is the winner of this ebay auction that just ended ;)
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I picked up my O350 today, and installed the V10 this afternoon.
I was quite lucky to get the main node of an Onyx 350 configuration, so it came with all the extras (PS2 connectors, usb card, M-Audio card, DVD drive).
Here are some more pictures of the install process :
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It looks like that recondas' suspicion about header #4 was right; by connecting a 80mm fan wired the "fuel way", we get an env rpm reading for the ODY fan. Maybe also worth to note that my first attempt with a crappy low rpm pc fan didn't work (fan was running but nothing reported to L1), but the second attempt with the old fans from my O300 worked.
Now the FAN #4 Warning is gone :)
Full env :

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Environmental monitoring is enabled and running.

Description    State       Warning Limits     Fault Limits       Current
-------------- ----------  -----------------  -----------------  -------
1.8V    Enabled  10%   1.62/  1.98  20%   1.44/  2.16    1.79
12V    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
12V    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
3.3V    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.34
12V IO    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.07
3.3V aux    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.25
5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.07
3.3V    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.34
2.5V    Enabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    2.51
5V    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    4.94
XIO 12V bias    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   11.94
XIO 5V    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    4.91
XIO 2.5V    Enabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    2.46
XIO 3.3V aux    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.29
NODE0 3.3V aux    Enabled  10%   2.97/  3.63  20%   2.64/  3.96    3.27
NODE0 5V aux    Enabled  10%   4.50/  5.50  20%   4.00/  6.00    5.10
NODE0 12V    Enabled  10%  10.80/ 13.20  20%   9.60/ 14.40   12.06
NODE0 CPU    Enabled  10%   1.13/  1.38  20%   1.00/  1.50    1.27
NODE0 SRAM    Enabled  10%   2.25/  2.75  20%   2.00/  3.00    2.48
NODE0 1.5V    Enabled  10%   1.35/  1.65  20%   1.20/  1.80    1.49

Description    State       Warning RPM  Current RPM
-------------- ----------  -----------  -----------
FAN 0  EXHST 1    Enabled         2160         2327
FAN 1       PS    Enabled         1800         2163
FAN 2    PCI 1    Enabled         2160         2327
FAN 3    PCI 2    Enabled         2160         2616
FAN 4      ODY    Enabled         1679         2596

Advisory   Critical   Fault      Current
Description       State       Temp       Temp       Temp       Temp
----------------- ----------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ---------
0 INTERFACE 0       Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   46C/114F
1 INTERFACE 1       Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   46C/114F
2 INTERFACE 2       Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   40C/104F
3 PCI RISER         Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   32C/ 89F
4 ODYSSEY           Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   35C/ 95F
5 NODE              Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   40C/104F
6 BEDROCK           Enabled    [Autofan Control]    75C/167F   52C/125F

Zone Temp     Target    Current   Zone Fan   Curr/Min
Zone Name  State     Sensors       Average   Average   Index      Fan %
---------  --------  ------------  --------  --------  ---------  ---------
NODE        Enabled     0,1,2,5,6  47C/116F  44C/111F          0   18%/ 18%
PS          Enabled     0,1,2,5,6  47C/116F  44C/111F          1   55%/ 55%
PCI         Enabled             3  45C/113F  32C/ 89F        2,3   55%/ 55%
ODY         Enabled             4  48C/118F  35C/ 95F          4   55%/ 55%
:Onyx2: :O2: :O3x0: :O3x0:
Haha, welcome to the club ;)
I like the way you cut the V10 heatsink to let the cover over the CPUs/bedrock but then where do you intend to install the extra cooling ?

Anyway, nice to see you got yours :)

:Onyx2: :Fuel: :1600SW: :O2: :0300: :0300:
Perfectly happy with what we have now. As porter said, what matters is the content, and not so much the medium, so as long as you don't have any security/administration issues with phpBB, I don't see any reason to change it.

:Onyx2: :Fuel: :1600SW: :O2: :0300: :0300:
OK, I finally took the time to finish my cooling setup.
I went for 3 delta fans (FFB0612VHE, spec sheet here ), mounted on a home made aluminium mount.
The only drawback is that I only get rpm ready from one fan out of three.
:Onyx2: :O2: :O3x0: :O3x0:
nekonoko wrote: Uploaded neko_bind-9.6.1-P1.tardist to /beta. Update addresses CVE-2009-0696 .

Just upgraded, looks to be running fine.
Thanks a lot for being so reactive with security updates !
:Onyx2: :O2: :O3x0: :O3x0:
nekobean wrote: I would like to stream an MPEG4 file for people to view on the WWW. Is there a way of doing so from my Fuel? I have searched the forums and Web with little luck.

Your best bet would probably be Darwin Streaming Server. I see that the build and install script have references to Irix, but the build fails (I don't think anyone attempted to build it on irix for a very long time).
It shouldn't be too difficult to make a current patch for it anyway.
:Onyx2: :O2: :O3x0: :O3x0:
At least the install procedure looks quite easy (compared to the usual netbooting stuff) wrote: Burn cd46.iso on a CD-R, put it in the CD drive of your machine and select Install System Software from the System Maintenance menu.
:Onyx2: :O2: :O3x0: :O3x0:
SAQ wrote: Yep, not doing as much as I should (no Internet at home so I have my boxes at my parents), but there are a few MIPS3 builds still current, and a few (fontforge and xfe) that I don't think have made it into the MIPS4 tree yet.

xfe and fox were in the mips4 tree 1 week before the mips3 version ;)
Anyway, nice to know someone keeps porting for mips3 :)
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