IRC Logs for #crux Friday, 2010-02-26

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pitillogood morning00:58
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vtorritilman: hey01:23
tilmanvtorri: hi01:35
tilmanand bye01:35
tilmanleaving for work01:35
Rotwangcan i disable mouse in xorg.conf?01:54
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Rotwangthis is probably silly question though [;02:00
vtorriyou mean the cursor of the mouse ?02:04
Rotwangwhen i disable mouse from serverlayout cursor is still in the centre of the screen02:28
Rotwangany ideas?02:36
Rotwangi dont want to use external programms like unclutter02:36
vtorrithat ?02:37
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Rotwangit didnt work ;D02:45
Rotwangit did02:45
Rotwangno it didnt02:45
Rotwangi dont use any window managers02:45
Rotwangjust spawn firefox02:46
Rotwangxsetroot does nothing in this case02:48
pitilloRotwang: may be you can get a clue here using an invisible theme for it02:54
Rotwangit doesnt work, lol03:11
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Rotwangok it worked03:23
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pitilloRotwang: the invisible theme?03:33
Rotwangpitillo: big thanks04:00
Rotwangalthough its weird that its so hard to make mouse cursosr go away with xorg [;04:01
pitilloRotwang: that way is used in embedded devices, and you are welcome, nice to know it was usefull :)04:01
pitillowell, I think some wm can manage the cursor too (I think e17 has that possibility) but I'm not sure. Your case must be managed directly by the server, and that is the most used trick without an extra app04:04
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cruxbot[opt.git/2.6]: qemu: 0.12.2 -> 0.12.307:41
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cruxbot[contrib.git/2.6]: rtorrent: initial import09:39
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.6]: libtorrent: initial import09:39
thrice`bad teK_09:54
thrice`usr/share/man/man1/rtorrent.1.gz  :>09:54
teK_dammit, I noticed it and wanted to fix it before comitting09:54
teK_nothing happened. :>09:56
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.6]: rtorrent: fix man-dir09:56
thrice`rehabdoll, were you ever successful at building shiny-new-2.6.iso?  my laptop needs to be re-installed, and I'm inherently lazy :>09:59
thrice`awesome :p  thanks10:09
thrice`by chance is it usb-stickable, as with other fun iso.git changes?10:09
joacimrehabdoll: usr/bin/peekfd is missing from core-x86_64/psmisc10:16
joacimpsmisc.checkregs.fix.patch fixes it10:16
rehabdollthrice`: its based on 2.6-newmedia10:17
rehabdollwhere can i find the patch?10:17
joacimI have no clue :(10:18
joacimI have it in my personal repo10:18
thrice`looks like the arch guys apply it to both 32 and 64-bit10:19
joacimI probably got my copy from arch10:19
joacimmy copy is identical to arch's copy10:21
rehabdollsweet, ill add it10:22
thrice`mm, gentoo doesn't seem to build it; they have:10:22
thrice`[[ -e ${D}/usr/bin/peekfd ]] || rm -f "${D}"/usr/share/man/man1/peekfd.110:22
thrice`thanks rehabdoll, i'll try this weekend :>10:28
rehabdollmaybe i should post a little notice on the ml10:29
Rotwanggentoo people always overuse ${}10:30
thrice`Rotwang, such bloat? ;)10:30
rehabdollbtw, are there any tools needed to put the iso-image on a usb stick?10:31
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rehabdolli remember sepen had some scripts for it10:32
thrice`mm, let me find jaegers stuff; I think the necessary stuff might be in newmedia (?)10:32
rehabdolldidnt find anything10:33
thrice`   was for 2.610:34
rehabdollshould still apply10:34
thrice`looks like a custom crux.squashfs and initramfs image10:35
thrice`the initramfs might be what was included ?10:36
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Rotwangthrice`:: there is no need for ${} everywhere, really10:37
Rotwangand saying "it's easier to read" is just silly10:37
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rehabdollyep, works from a usb-stick10:45
rehabdollhey jue10:45
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thrice`sorry; I agree though Rotwang :>10:47
cruxbot[opt.git/2.6]: mc: update to 4.7.110:49
cruxbot[opt.git/2.6]: imagemagick: update to 6.5.910:49
vtorritilman: ping10:59
vtorritilman: i don't know if you still follow the e ML, but we will release the efl in 2 weeks or 3, as alpha11:01
vtorritilman: is there some who does the packages for e in crux ?11:01
thrice`pitillo perhaps11:02
tilmanyes, talk to pitillo11:03
vtorriwell, he is pinged, now :)11:04
vtorritilman: so it's not you ? :p11:04
thrice`openbox hopefully?? :)11:05
tilmanvtorri: no11:05
tilmanthrice`: did i forget an update...?11:06
thrice`tilman, no, I mean, hopefully you haven't given up on your openbox4life motto :>11:06
vtorridams, you even don't use e17 :)11:07
tilmani used e17 for like three days11:07
tilmanblame raster and/or yourself for the nonexistent/horrible release-strategy11:07
vtorrimyself ?11:07
vtorriwhy me ?11:08
tilmani meant 'you' as in 'e team'11:08
tilmans/yourself/yourselves/ maybe11:08
vtorriit has changed the last 2 years11:09
vtorriraster was convinced11:09
vtorribut it was difficult11:09
vtorri2 years...11:10
vtorrii wanted the efl released 2 years ago11:11
thrice`what was the start of the project, 8 years ago or something?11:11
vtorrievas could be evas 3 or 4, right now11:11
vtorrihe has rewritten it at least 3 times11:11
jaegerI used to just use morlenxus' easy_e17 script11:13
jaegerworked quite well11:13
teK_laugehd my ass off yesterday.. the e17 guys fixed some compilation errors while I tried this script11:15
teK_== 3x compilation, then it worked11:15
thrice`I used that too, actually :>  very nice script11:16
teK_Ait uses notify-send to inform you about compilation succes/dfailure11:16
teK_this is maaadness :p11:17
thrice`"the code which may or may not ever turn into "enlightenment"11:19
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thrice`jue, have you seen the sudo security issue?  fixed in p411:49
thrice`oh, I guess it's not too critical11:51
Rotwangit's just partially critical [;11:52
thrice`:>  "maybe" critical11:52
juethrice`: yeah, running it here12:11
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cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: iproute2: update to 2.6.3312:36
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: m4: update to 1.4.1412:36
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: man-pages: update to 3.2412:36
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: [notify] openssl: update to 0.9.8m12:36
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: sudo: update to 1.7.2p412:36
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jseWoo. A fest of updates.13:35
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jaegerAnyone here use likewise-open to auth against Active Directory?14:25
cruxbot[opt.git/2.6]: cairo: updated to
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: udev: updated to 151.14:34
cruxbot[core.git/2.6]: libarchive: updated to
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thrice`epic libarchive?14:37
tilmannot that epic14:38
thrice`oh, I thought i read that it can do rpms now or something :>14:38
thrice`bsdtar crap.rpm  is pretty cool :)14:40
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thrice`hey, especially since you maintain opt/rpm2targz :)14:53
tilmanmmh, nice14:59
thrice`I'll try later.  might be nice for stuff like openoffice, though15:00
thrice`though, pkgmk probably doesn't understand it, I guess?15:01
tilmanneed to adjust line 16515:02
tilman(at least)15:02
thrice`maybe it can go in with --ignore-new-footprint :>15:04
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vtorriis crux coming with a tool that auto-detect hardware ? or do I have to configure everything myself ?15:27
teK_hal+dbus can auto-mount your stuff15:28
teK_+maybe some xfce-stuff.. dunno.15:28
vtorrixorg configuration ?15:30
teK_I haven't touched it recently.. I just used xrandr15:32
Rotwangvtorri: there is no need for xorg.conf nowadays15:33
vtorriso i have to configure myself the keyboard, the display, the mouse, etc...15:33
vtorriha ?15:33
Rotwangxorg+hal will automagically do this for you15:33
vtorrithough hal is a bit dead15:34
Rotwangbut still in use15:34
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thrice`the next version will use udev, but I think it's still a month out16:03
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brimcombei was wondering if you could help me with some ppc assembly. i dont understand what the at sign is for: like in this instruction addi    %r30, %r11, byte_827D1DA0@l17:12
sinistrewrong channel I guess. ;)17:12
brimcombeah really.. i just got it off a website ;z17:13
sinistrewell, I guess you're on crux ppc?17:13
brimcombeno, windows :)17:14
sinistremh, sounds like you got the wrong number then. :>17:14
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