DragonFly kernel List (threaded) for 2003-12
"options USER_LDT" and mplayer
mplayer built without problems, but would not play my *.mov file asking
if USER_LDT was enabled in the kernel. I know it's harmless in FreeBSD
and is now the default but it's not the default DragonFly kernel options
file ( it's not even commented out ). I recompiled the kernel with
"options USER_LDT" and mplayer played the quicktime movie. Samurai
It did give a warning ( see below ) however, it did not cause any
problems that I have noticed.
Is this safe? If so why isn't USER_LDT the default?
Opening audio decoder: [qtaudio] QuickTime Audio Decoder
win32 libquicktime loader (c) Sascha Sommer
Standard init done you may now call supported functions
External func COMCTL32.dll:17
External func COMCTL32.dll:16
QuickTime6 DLLs found
QuickTime.qts patched!!! old entry=0x6693b330
theQuickTimeDispatcher catched -> 0x6693b330
Win32 Warning: Accessed uninitialized Critical Section (0x66bc4210)!
WARNING! Invalid Ptr handle!
Win32 Warning: Accessed uninitialized Critical Section (0x66bc41f8)!