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Old 23rd June 2008
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Default Bus error (core dumped) doing cvsup

I have up untill recently been able to do cvsup np's at all, now all of a
sudden it core dumps, any thoughts welcome..

Connecting to cvsup.au.freebsd.org
Connected to cvsup.au.freebsd.org
Server software version: SNAP_16_1h
Negotiating file attribute support
Exchanging collection information
Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection
Running
Bus error (core dumped)
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Which version of FreeBSD are you using?
Which version of CVSup are you using?
Did you try using csup(1)?
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FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE #0: Wed Jan 16 01:43:02 UTC 2008 root@palmer.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SMP amd64

cvsup-without-gui-16.1h_4

running csup as we speak an so far it appears to be working aok.
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csup is a rewrite of cvsup in C, and is fully compatible.
It is also included in FreeBSD base since FreeBSD 6.2 ... So you don't need to install cvsup anymore.
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Well it ran aok, now running portupgrade etc ..

Other issue is when i try to mount my NTFS hdd i kepe getting error of Incorrect Super Block ... it's assigned ad1 in dmesg .. am i mounting it wrong or ??
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I suspect you used the wrong device name ... start a new thread, with the mount command you used and the output fdisk(8) for that disk (i.e. fdisk /dev/ad0).
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