IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2011-08-13

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frinnst[ ]firefox-6.0.source.tar.bz202:40
frinnst.....02:40
Romsteris crux going to be version 3.0 on the next release :P *hides*04:18
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frinnstlinux will probably be atleast 3.3 by then :)04:22
Romsterfrankly i don't know why yhe kernel is 3.0.x now04:23
Romsterthe*04:23
Romsterwhat was wrong with 2.6.infinity04:23
frinnstseems most devs approved of it04:24
Romsternot like they broke the ABI compatibility?04:24
Romsteror perhaps they'll only apply security fixes to 2.6 and then drop support on 2.404:26
frinnstsweet, firefox 6 segfaults after ~5mins of use04:39
slashbeastthey already released it?04:41
frinnstthere's a tarball on some of the mirrors04:42
frinnstthey usually let it sit for a few days before announcing it04:42
frinnstso, yeah04:42
slashbeastbeta, according to mozilla's release notes04:42
tilman6.0. beta.04:42
tilmandoes not compute04:42
tilmanjesus fucking christ, mozilla04:42
slashbeast:D04:43
frinnstBuild identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64; rv:6.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/6.004:43
frinnstwierd builddate04:44
frinnstkeeps segfaulting04:45
slashbeastgdb it, most of my ff segfaults was because of libnss.04:47
frinnstquite possible05:02
frinnst5.0 also segfaults now05:02
frinnstbah, building firefox is still slow with my i705:07
frinnst10 make threads05:07
tilmanshiny new cpu?05:07
frinnsti7 2600-k05:07
frinnst:o05:07
frinnst16gig ram05:07
frinnstbwhahah05:07
frinnstram is dirt cheap at the moment05:08
tilman8 cores?05:08
frinnstno, 4 with ht05:08
tilmank05:08
frinnstjaeger picked up 16gig real cheap.. considering the $ is useless at the moment :)05:08
frinnstslashbeast: what caused your segfaults?05:10
frinnstnss? any specific version?05:10
frinnstfredrik@nibbler:~$ firefox05:10
frinnstSegmentation fault05:10
cruxbot[opt-x86_64.git/2.7]: lua: updated to 5.1.4.305:20
frinnsttilman: there's an update for libdrm05:27
frinnstive run it for a while, seems to work just fine :)05:27
tilmanmmmh, did i miss the announcement?05:30
slashbeastfrinnst: on start there was segfault, with gdb, then run then bt I saw segfault on nss or libnss, after re-compiling dev-libs/nss problem was solved.05:32
frinnstnot on crux?05:41
slashbeastgentoo that was, however I had such issue multiple times, just run firefox via gdb and check on which lib it segfault, no need even for debug symbols.05:42
slashbeast'gdb /usr/bin/firefox' then 'run', when it segfault type 'bt' and check output.05:43
cruxbot[opt.git/2.7]: libdrm: updated to 2.4.26.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-xauth: updated to 1.0.6.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-iceauth: updated to 1.0.5.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xkeyboard-config: updated to 2.3.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-xproto: updated to 7.0.22.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-util-macros: updated to 1.15.0.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-mkfontscale: updated to 1.0.9.05:44
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.7]: xorg-libx11: updated to 1.4.4.05:44
slashbeastc-c-combo breaker.05:45
frinnsttilman: i think there's a new xorg-server too :)05:46
tilmanmmh, indeed05:46
tilmanfrinnst: devel/rc i think05:46
frinnstah05:46
frinnst1.10.3?05:47
tilmanah, right05:47
tilmanthought you were referring to 1.10.999.something05:47
tilmanthere's a bunch of other xorg ports that are still waiting for me to get unlazy05:48
tilmannothing too exciting though ;)05:48
cruxbot[opt-x86_64.git/2.7]: flash-player-plugin: updated to 11.0.d1.98. Beta 2.05:53
frinnstcool, firefox runs fine under gdb05:58
frinnstbut once i start without it, it crashes and takes xorg with it05:58
tilmanvalgrind firefox-bin05:58
tilmansee if i reports errors05:58
slashbeastfrinnst: I had such thing once, with sakura terminal emulator, always segfault but when you execute it via gdb, it works.06:00
slashbeast2.4.0 version.06:00
frinnstconfigure: error: Valgrind works on kernels 2.4, 2.606:01
tilmanah06:01
tilmanlalalalala06:01
frinnst:>06:01
* tilman whistles06:01
tilmanoh look, i have stuff tod o06:01
* tilman runs away06:01
frinnstscrew it, my twisted neck is killing me anyways06:01
frinnst0x00007ffff6d2261d in ?? () from /usr/lib/firefox/libxul.so06:08
frinnstnice06:08
Romsterman too funny (but not the sore neck)06:28
Romsterok i'm out again. pitillo sorry for the delays i was meant to do the updates already but this is one of those weekends.06:30
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sharqhi everybody07:02
sharqmy crux install iso is missing cryptsetup07:03
sharqi want to encrypt my whole notebook harddisk.07:04
sharqcan someone give me a hint07:04
sharqdo i have to intergrate cryptsetup into the iso myself?07:05
slashbeastyou can install crux from any livecd to be honest.07:10
slashbeastalso for luks-encrypted root you need fancy initramfs, dunno if crux support such thing by default.07:11
sharqi have to to compile the kernel anyway so initramfs isn't a problem.07:14
sharqbut what do you mean with livecd?07:14
sharqmy problem is the iso image from the crux.nu website doesn't provide cryptsetup.07:15
slashbeastas I said, boot any system, livecd for example, and install crux via chroot.07:56
slashbeastpkgadd is staticly linked so it will work on any compatible system, just remember if you have glibc 2.11 or older there you may need start nscd or pkgadd will not work (glibc bug)07:57
sharqok.08:28
sharqthank you.08:28
sharqthis is a good hint.08:28
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frinnstdhcp?11:21
frinnstanybody want to rebuild firefox and see if it crashes? :)14:18
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qid[MOE]hmm... the new libdrm seems to depend on a package called "pciaccess", which isn't included anywhere in core, opt, or contrib, anyone know what the deal with that is?14:46
frinnstxorg-libpciaccess14:48
qid[MOE]oh, okay... I don't have any X installed on this box, I wasn't expecting to need anything from xorg14:50
qid[MOE]although actually I'm not sure what libdrm is needed for, looks like the only thing that depends on it is mesa3d and I don't have that installed either14:50
frinnstif you dont have xorg installed you dont need libdrm14:53
qid[MOE]cool, thanks14:57
tilmanthe naming for the pciaccess port might be unfortunate15:23
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tilmanlibpciaccess originated in the xorg project, but the stuff it offers aren't tied to x at all i think15:23
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frinnsti hate firefox15:29
frinnstnobody sitting on a valgrind x86_64 package?15:53
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cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: dhcp: include dhclient script17:15
frinnst\o/17:16
frinnstwtf, it still runs dhcpcd?17:17
* frinnst slaps teK_ 17:18
teK_screw me :p17:18
frinnsthttp://364bc5a7d95c6640.paste.se/17:19
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: dhcp: include dhclient script17:19
teK_dear sir, this way, please... http://collider.com/uploads/imageGallery/Men_in_Black/men_in_black_movie_image_tommy_lee_jones_and_will_smith.jpg17:19
slashbeastwhats wrong with dhcpcd?17:20
frinnstwell, if you install another dhcp-client you probably want to run *that* client and not another one :)17:20
teK_grep the footprint, slashbeast17:20
frinnstbtw tek, want me to make you sad again? :D17:21
slashbeastteK_: I don't follow.17:21
teK_c'mon17:21
frinnst3rd line - and :17:21
frinnststop) test -f /var/run/dhcpcd.pid && kill $(cat /var/run/dhcpcd.pid)17:21
teK_slashbeast: there's no dhcpcd included17:21
teK_yes?17:21
frinnstyou should probably kill the process you just started, and not another one :D17:22
teK_dhclient -x like you did?17:22
frinnstwell, atleast kill dhclient and not *dhcpcd* :)17:23
teK_it's late and i spent the whole day learning economics17:23
teK_fffuuu17:23
frinnsthehe i know, no worries17:23
frinnststill, fun to mess with you :D17:23
teK_screw YOU :D17:23
frinnst*bwhahaha*17:23
teK_dhclient -pf /var/run/dhcpcd.pid17:24
teK_alright?17:24
teK_:O17:24
frinnstlol17:24
teK_wait.17:24
frinnstjust take your time :)17:25
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: dhcp: include dhclient script17:25
teK_-.-17:25
teK_and thanks :-)17:25
teK_if you will excuse me for a while, I need to fill my ocz vertex 3 with precious (CRUX) data :->17:26
teK_messing arround with data at night is bad idead, though.17:26
frinnstcool17:26
frinnstis it as fast as i hear it is?17:27
frinnststupid co-worker keeps hounding me to buy more and more hardware.. keeps sending me links of stuff to buy17:27
frinnstim weak, damnit!17:27
teK_hehe17:28
teK_I'll drop in some numbers.17:28
frinnstno dont, or i'll buy one!17:28
teK_:P17:28
teK_I have pictures, too17:28
frinnst!"ยค&#17:28
frinnstpr0n!17:28
teK_:D17:28
teK_I need to copy this qcow2 image into my tmpfs (4 / 16 GB of precious RAM) before I can test the ssd :->17:29
teK_http://dpaste.com/593737/17:31
teK_this is RAM to SSD17:31
teK_ 544 MB/s the other way round17:33
frinnst:D17:33
teK_scary that this single drive would probably outperform our RAID-10 SAS HDD database system @work17:34
frinnstyeah17:34
teK_btw.. do you know exactly why I can only start partitioning from sector 2048++?17:35
teK_maybe it has got something to do with the 512/1024/2048  or even 4byte alignment?17:36
frinnstyeah17:36
frinnstand newer fdisk's are patched for it17:36
teK_so crux' fdisk is, I guess17:36
teK_but the end of my partition should be aligned, too. right?17:36
frinnstyup, since rhel 6.017:36
frinnstand crux's fdisk is newer than rhel 6.0's17:37
teK_of course ;)17:37
frinnstyou shouldnt have to worry about alignment with newer fdisk17:37
teK_i had 234441647 as end address17:37
teK_which clearly is not devisable by 204817:37
teK_fdisk says I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes17:38
frinnsthm17:39
teK_and it's too late for modulo calculations, too17:40
frinnstwhat cpu do you got?17:41
teK_you're making it worse (for you). YOu know taht? :>17:42
frinnsthaha, nah17:42
teK_Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2600K CPU @ 3.40GHz17:42
frinnsthey, me too17:42
frinnstalso running 16gig ram17:42
frinnstits sweet, right?17:42
teK_sad thing is.. I lost 4MB of 3rd Level Cache with this upgrade17:42
teK_it is indeed17:43
frinnststill, have never gotten over 6gb usage :)17:43
teK_but I have to learn for some exams so I havce little to no time to transfer the stuff to the new storage devices17:43
teK_hehe. maybe I will run some qemu-stuff right off RAM17:44
teK_which cooler do you use?17:44
frinnstcorsair h50 or whatever its called17:59
teK_atm I have the boxed cooler18:00
frinnsti was surprised to see the stock cooler being so small18:00
teK_ridiculously small-designed..18:01
teK_btw have you seen my pkginfo patch for <pattern> support with its -o option?18:02
frinnstnope, ml?18:03
teK_yep18:04
teK_http://lists.crux.nu/pipermail/crux-devel/2011-August/003985.html18:04
frinnstlooks useful18:05
frinnstwho maintains pkgutils these days?18:10
frinnstjue?18:10
teK_git log suggests tillman, jue and jw18:11
teK_2010-08-31 last commit18:11
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teK_i just built glibc in 2:54.54 (minutes taht is)19:03
teK_awesome :P19:03
teK_so19:03
teK_off to bed19:03
teK_gn819:03
thrice`:o19:04
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frinnstbtw, tek. you forgot to update the md5sum for the dhclient script :D19:30
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