IRC Logs for #crux Tuesday, 2011-06-28

pitillogood morning00:57
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ente3ware also works on freebsd02:37
enteLSI MegaRAID is said to be good02:38
entewhat worries me about 3ware is that the software is written in java02:38
Romsteri hate binary blobs it's bad enough i have to use propriety nvidia drivers as it is.02:42
Romsteri'd prefer to get a car that supports the sas module02:42
entesas in a car? why?03:16
Ovim-Obscurumente: 15.000 RPM tires03:24
Ovim-ObscurumOr 600 km/h :P03:24
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ente[10:47] < phryk> Firefox 27 will be out next wednesday.03:49
entegood news!03:49
enteI mean, now that they changed the direction from writing a browser to writing an operating system, it's important to have a higher version number than emacs03:50
Ovim-Obscurum [10:47] < phryk> Firefox 27 will be out next wednesday.03:51
teK_ente: the lsi aurad (provided at least by FSC Serves) is written in java, too04:08
enteI guess if I had to do it right now, I'd just use zfs without a raid controller04:11
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Ovim-Obscurumzfs <304:22
entenever done it before though04:23
entewant to get a rootserver somewhere and split it into freebsd-jails/zfs slices for my friends04:23
teK_I can only warn you fro using btrfs04:23
teK_it's been worsefs for me :)04:23
entebitterfs :P04:23
Ovim-Obscurumfailfs? :P04:30
entethat would be ffs04:31
teK_I had to reinstall my kernel image to /boot/something THREE times due to file system corruption (nothing else broke,..)04:31
prologicAnyone know of a decent 1RU lower power Atom board anyway ?04:34
prologiccheap :)04:34
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Ovim-ObscurumEh no :)06:37
prologicyou got something against 1RU servers ? :)06:39
prologicor Intal Atoms ? :)06:39
Ovim-Obscurummhm.. Intel Atom isn't that powerful ;P06:45
Ovim-ObscurumI prefer embedded hardware :)06:45
Ovim-Obscurum(insteed of desktop hw)06:45
prologicsuch as ?06:46
prologicI wasn't really after anything very pwoerful btw06:46
Ovim-ObscurumPCengines ALIX! :)06:46
prologicI definately don't want anything very powerful - as it'll be housed in a home rack cabinet06:46
Ovim-ObscurumAh ok06:47
prologicahh that sort of stuff - right :)06:47
Ovim-ObscurumFor what purpose?06:47
Ovim-ObscurumOMAP/ARM stuff is nice, too :)06:47
prologicjust to run a small cluster to do dev on, host small stuff like media box, nas, a few smalls ervers, etc06:47
prologicI want to get a small 15/20 RU rack cabinet for example06:47
prologicwire my house up with Cat6e06:48
prologicuse an RB1100 router for the rack06:48
prologicand some kind of decent Gbe sw06:48
prologicbut god knows what servers :)06:48
Ovim-ObscurumAh okay.06:48
prologicI'm happy to pay ~$1000 per RU per server06:48
Ovim-ObscurumSo you got a rack in your room, too? :)06:48
prologicbut not much more tbh06:49
prologiclol shit no :)06:49
prologicmy little grand plan!06:49
Ovim-ObscurumNot :D06:49
Ovim-ObscurumMy racks stands beside my bed06:49
prologicbuild a tiny-ass DC in our new house06:49
Ovim-ObscurumBut it's absolute silent06:49
prologic(not yet built) :)06:49
Ovim-ObscurumCool :)06:49
prologicjust doing my research :)06:49
Ovim-ObscurumCool cool! :)06:49
prologicso hence I was thinking the 2RU supermicro Atom units06:49
Ovim-ObscurumSupermicro <306:50
Ovim-ObscurumYeah, sounds good - and if you don't need that powerful machines, why not? :)06:50
prologicthese things06:50
prologicget a couple of those I reckon06:50
prologiccluster em up with proxmox06:51
Ovim-ObscurumYeah :)06:51
Ovim-ObscurumSounds like a cool project06:51
Ovim-ObscurumShow us some build logs and pics :)06:51
Ovim-Obscurum(when you're doing it)06:51
prologicoh definately06:51
prologiclike I said, still doing research06:51
prologicso if anyone wants to pipe in with better suggestions/ideas feel free06:51
Ovim-ObscurumYeah :)06:51
prologicbut I _DO_ plan to build this in our new home (not yet built/planned yet)06:51
prologiclikely in the next 12-18months06:51
Ovim-Obscurumcool stuff :)06:52
Ovim-Obscurumgot a meeting right now :)06:52
Ovim-Obscurumbrb ;)06:52
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Romsteri sure hope that firefox comment was a joke08:10
enteabout ff 27?08:22
Ovim-ObscurumRomster: Could be realistic09:04
Romsterheh, i wouldn't put it past them.09:05
Ovim-ObscurumThe new versioning philosophy is total crap :/09:06
Romsteragreed, as much as there build system09:07
Ovim-ObscurumI read, that Firefox 4.x users will get an automatic 5.x update - no possibility to abort this.09:07
Ovim-ObscurumThat's totally unbelievable!09:07
Romsteri lost caring for there devs09:08
Romstermozilla dev doing crazy things like version bumps to name one09:11
Ovim-ObscurumAh, yeah - they're doing a crazy job, really.09:12
Ovim-ObscurumBut it's really crappy for companies, who provide firefox on their computers09:12
Ovim-ObscurumThey have to make new patches for rollout every month o.O09:12
Romsterand all the addons.09:20
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Ovim-ObscurumYeah, that's it, too.09:23
Ovim-ObscurumThe addon developers have trouble now ;)09:23
teK_iwant my whiteheart theme (back)09:24
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jaegerfrinnst: still no luck with isohybrid, can't boot the USB stick11:19
teK_echo -ne "Q\xdb\x10\xcew\x0376" | ndisasm -u - | awk '{print $3}' -11:19
jaegerI ran isohybrid on the ISO with no options, then dd with bs=16k11:19
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* Rotwang considers once again binary packages for crux13:53
Rotwangwhat was the main obstacle in doing it, except for the effort?13:54
Ovim-ObscurumHey Romster14:15
Ovim-ObscurumThe developer of monkeyd just told me, that cgi-bin in daemon isn't used anymore. That's why there's no such option. :)14:16
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Ovim-ObscurumRomster: Old rubbish in the script, he will fix it. :)14:26
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frinnstx86_64 intel core217:41
frinnstbuilding now17:41
teK_Rotwang: I guess different (optional) dependencies, i.e. run-time deps / .so files the binary file was linked with17:43
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RomsterOvim-Obscurum, cool and hopefully he'll set sane defaults on the other options.17:53
Romsterbbl work17:54
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