IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2011-09-03

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sintuxvirtualbox suport 2.703:42
sintuxcan not install crux 2.7 in 4.103:45
Rotwangwhats the problem?03:50
sintuxinstall grub03:53
sintuxafter chroot can not install grub03:55
Rotwangwhats the problem w installing grub?03:56
sintuxgrub-install /dev/sda104:06
sintuxnot device found04:06
teK_did you issue: mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev before chrooting?04:06
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tilmananyone have a complete list of IP blocks that are used by facebook?04:09
sintuxtank you frend04:12
teK_don't forget to mount /proc and /sys, too04:13
teK_just as stated by the handbook04:13
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sintuxnot respon04:36
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slashbeastsys forinstalation process? Unless you execute lspci inside chroot, it is not needed.04:38
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cinoltHi, is there any quick way to delete all of the downloaded files and package file of each port directory?04:45
teK_find /usr/ports -name '*#*' -delete04:48
teK_for package files04:48
teK_I set in pkgmk.conf:04:49
teK_the easiest would be to rm -r /usr/ports/*; ports -u04:49
cinoltI see... would not a more elegant way to accomplish this be to include an boolean option in pkgmk.conf to automatically delete these temporary files? Something like: PKGMK_SOURCE_RM="yes" PKGMK_PACKAGE_RM="yes"04:51
teK_yep, not a bad idea04:52
teK_I'd still recommend using a commong SOURCE and PACKAGE dir04:52
teK_for sources and packages respectively04:52
cinoltTo remove the files, however, it would require an extra command, and I'm all about automation; in cases where backups aren't important I want to be able to just prt-get update `prt-get diff` and be done with it. :/04:54
cinoltAnyway for any pkgutil developers, that is a suggestion to consider.04:54
cinoltp.s. I meant quickdiff on that command. ><04:55
teK_I'll keep that in mind04:55
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enteI order my package and source dir by ports collection :^)04:56
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: bind: 9.8.0-P4 -> 9.8.1 fixes CVE-2011-191005:00
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: tig: 0.17 -> 0.1805:00
entealso, this:
cruxbot[opt.git/2.7]: postfix: 2.5.14 -> 2.5.1505:02
enteand the reason is this:
enteand all page hits are some baiduspider foo :-)05:07
entenobody wants it ;>05:07
teK_I recommended it once05:07
enteI've seen it :)05:08
Rotwangbest job ever?05:08
entethe buildscript is a piece of shit though05:10
enteit doesn't notice hangs, for instance, and some ports hang05:10
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teK_I'm in a hurry, sorry05:20
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Rotwangente if a port hangs it means it is faulty05:28
teK_btw ente how i686 specific is your build-script?05:29
entenot at all, but the build system is05:33
teK_in which way05:33
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enteit's an i7 with a 32-bit ubuntu with pae kernel installed05:42
entebecause we need some legacy software05:42
teK_you are building wihtin ubuntu05:43
teK_legacy software?05:43
entevery much, yes05:43
entesoftware whose authors used the wrong datatypes05:44
slashbeastwoudnt be better to use 64bit with multilib instead of 32bit with pae?05:45
entethis isn't my machine, I'm not putting any effort in these ubuntu machines06:03
entepeople rarely need more than 4G RAM, and as long as it is that way, I don't see the point why I should have all the pain with putting up with ubuntu06:03
entebecause it *IS* painful06:03
enteubuntu is much worse than having a pae-kernel on a 64-bit capable machine06:04
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slashbeaststill on 32bit I think you cant address more than 2GB per thread06:35
laenjoacim: Thinkpad x201, doesn't make that sound apparently.06:47
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cruxbot[opt.git/2.7]: [notify] nss: Security update11:49
cruxbot[opt-x86_64.git/2.7]: [notify] nss: Security update11:49
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cruxbot[contrib.git/2.7]: dsniff: adjust patch to get webspy built, too12:29
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teK_Rotwang: :-)14:50
Rotwangthanks I'll update soon15:03
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enteslashbeast: 4GB17:10
enteanyway, 2GB per program should be enough, right?17:11
enteas long as we don't have such stuff, this is not a bottleneck17:11
slashbeastdepends on usecase.17:14
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teK_adressing >2GB is expensive on 32bit plattforms17:20
teK_using 64bit is no magic (no wine yadda yadda) nowadays17:21
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Romsteractually wine does run in 64bit but it only works on 64bit PE's18:31
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