IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2012-11-10

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diversehow do you guys feel about how redhat is impacting the Linux eco system with their branding and system limiting invasion?02:36
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prologictheir what?02:44
prologicbranding - who cares02:44
prologicbut what's this about system limiting invasion?02:44
niklaswemorning02:50
prologicmorning02:50
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niklaswehow are you?02:55
prologicgood good02:55
niklaswenice to hear :)02:56
cruxbot[core.git/2.8]: bison: update to 2.6.503:01
cruxbot[core.git/2.8]: kmod: update to 1103:01
cruxbot[core.git/2.8]: man-pages: update to 3.4403:01
diverseprologic: you should very much care as this could impact any Linux system that isn't aware of what is going on: http://igurublog.wordpress.com/2012/11/05/gnome-et-al-rotting-in-threes/03:15
prologichow would other distributions of linux's branding affect us?03:15
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: [notify] ruby: update to 1.9.3-p32703:18
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: ruby-doc: update to 1.9.3-p32703:18
diversewell its not other distributions, but rather the company redhat that is doing this foul practice as to cease the gtk toolkit and the gnome desktop environment for their own for marketing, while also forcing other distributions systemd down their throats my taking control of udev, dbus, and consolekit as part of the package, which many software depend on. Read the blog please.03:20
diverse*with systemd03:21
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diverseThe point of the matter is that this hurts FOSS developers and power users. This may not impact the end-user, since they could care less and want a working system that they rely on developers to "know what is best for them" TM03:25
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Amnesiaquestion, I'm reading: http://crux.nu/Wiki/HowToSpeedUpBuildingPackages07:54
Amnesiabut the "filesystem" column in that fstab entry doesn't really make sense to be07:54
Amnesiahow's it possible that a username is given up as the filesystem?07:54
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Rotwanglook into teh manual08:00
Rotwanginformation is there08:00
Amnesiaof mount?08:02
Amnesiacause the one for fstab basically states that the first field should be a device node08:04
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joe9http://codepad.org/f20f4E4v I am getting this error, but, I have perl installed. The perl footprint has http://codepad.org/IT4ZUJWo09:05
joe9so, I figure it is the CPAN directory in the footprint that is causing it to be "not found"09:05
joe9has anyone come across this issue?09:06
joe9I probably should add the CPAN directory to @INC of perl.09:08
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cruxbot[core.git/2.8]: kmod: libxslt is not strictly required, install the man-pages manually09:29
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Dark_lightDo you know if there's a way to use libfprint to authenticate without using pam?10:03
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frinnstkInOzAwA: doubt there is13:54
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: glib: updated to 2.34.214:09
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: gdk-pixbuf: updated to 2.26.514:09
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: gtk3: added post-install script to compile needed glib schemas14:19
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frinnstvee_: [opt.git/2.8]: gtk3: added post-install script to compile needed glib schemas <- just for you :)14:26
vee_baww <314:28
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vee_i have candy if you want some, as a way to return the favor14:28
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vee_have you guys tried linux from scratch?17:06
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jaegeryeah17:19
jaegereven built parts of crux multilib with it when I was just starting that17:19
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vee_jaeger, it seems like quite a bit of fun. a nice learning experience21:42
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vee_hm...any movie suggestions?22:00
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jaegervee_: Nochnoy dozor22:23
vee_better be good jaeger, your taste in movies is on the line :P22:57
jaegerMy taste in movies is entirely subjective. You may hate it but you didn't specify any parameters at all so I named the first one that came to mind. :P22:58
vee_well jaeger, you should know by now that as an american, only my taste is of any interest, and you if your opinions do not agree with mine, you're wrong. haha23:00
jaegerBest pick your own movie, then. :P23:00
jaegerNo disappointment that way, hehe23:00
vee_haha, well if you get a chance, watch the usual suspects, really did enjoy that one23:01
jaegerThat's been one of my favorites for years23:02
jaegerI have it23:02
vee_hm...have you seen the exam?23:02
jaegernope23:02
vee_i like where it was going, kinda went a bit down hill but still a good movie23:02
vee_but if you get a chance, watch the man from earth23:03
vee_one of the simplest movies, but really really interesting23:03
jaegerIt's in my netflix queue, actually23:05
vee_sweet, let me know if you enjoy it23:06
jaegerI've heard it's interesting23:06
vee_it is, it proposes an interesting premise23:09
vee_moon is pretty interesting as well. the newer count of monte cristo is cool too23:10
jaegerI liked Moon23:10
vee_anyway, im going to watch your film now, thanks again jaeger23:10
vee_we have similar tastes in movies then haha23:10
jaegerHope you enjoy it :)23:10
vee_grr, didnt have subtitles23:11
jaegermy blu-ray version has subtitles :)23:12
jaeger4 tracks of them, heh23:12
vee_6 peers, cant download meta date. sigh23:20

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