IRC Logs for #crux-devel Tuesday, 2015-09-08

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prologicjaeger, thinking of using http://derek.chezmarcotte.ca/?p=402 to backup a couple of small snapshots (important data) to a remote vultr storage server whilst we're in transit04:53
frinnstjaeger: no, not here07:12
frinnstwhat gpu are you using? running ok on amd ok'ish on intel with glamor (some tearing here at work)07:13
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jaegerfrinnst: geforce gt610, cheap business workstation card13:53
jaegerit's worked fine in the past, though. not sure what's changed13:53
frinnsthuh13:56
jaegerfrinnst: I just noticed something else odd... animated gifs are sometimes REALLY slow when they were fine before14:14
jaegerthis is baffling14:14
rmullgstreamer related, maybe?14:22
rmullCould try playing the files with the gst command line tools14:31
frinnstdoubt that would have anything to do with gst - if gifs are slow14:34
jaegerand problem solved. I downgraded my kernel to 4.0.9 from 4.1.614:56
jaegerwhat a waste of time14:56
jaegerthat also eliminated a new flicker I was seeing when moving windows between displays15:09
jaegerIt was a new install so I didn't really think of the kernel being the "changed factor" until now15:10
rmullInteresting... I wonder which kernel feature regressed. Any plans to try 4.2?15:13
jaegernot any time soon, considering that issue :P15:13
rmullnvidia won't build against 4.2 without a kernel patch anyway15:14
frinnstLinux nibbler 4.2.0 #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Aug 31 09:38:35 CEST 2015 x86_64 Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux15:54
frinnstand all is well! viva amd!15:55
teK__frinnst: what's the preferred / default version of gtk on 3.2?21:31
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