IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2013-01-14

cryptorchildcan anyone point me to TCP kernel tuning via sysctl.conf for router purpose?00:01
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.8]: opera: 12.11 -> 12.1200:03
cruxbot[contrib.git/2.8]: dvdauthor: 0.7.0 -> 0.7.100:03
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Romstercryptorchild, you shouldn't need to tune any of that anymore it should be self tuning.00:23
cryptorchildare you sure?, but some value need to be change, like ip_forward and other like syncookies for routing, perhaps there's more...00:26
Romsteryeah those you do i mean buffers and stuff....00:26
Romsteryou only need to disable syncookies if your multihomed.00:27
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cryptorchildoh ok00:31
Romster is worth looking at though00:35
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pitillodiverse: evas is one of the e17 main components and needed by terminology. Check evas log and verify the loaders. If you are building from ports, it should be installed with its deps03:56
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frinnststupid dns ttl05:23
frinnsti wanna test NOOOOW05:23
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: mplayer: 2013-01-10 -> 2013-01-1405:24
frinnstwhat did 01-10 break?05:24
teK_jue's compilation process :>05:26
frinnstsaved stuff in /tmp and then rebooted05:36
teK_classic.. like rm -rf  * .tar  or rsync --delete with a wrong target directory :>  though this never happend to me, of course05:38
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: samhain: update to 3.0.1005:45
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: [notify] jre: update to 1.7.0_1105:45
frinnstwell i have a snapshot of the vm :)05:46
cruxbot[xorg.git/2.8]: xorg-xmag: update to 1.0.505:47
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cruxbot[opt-x86_64.git/2.8]: [notify] jdk: updated to 1.7.0_11, security fix for CVE-2013-042206:37
cruxbot[opt-x86_64.git/2.8]: [notify] jre:updated to 1.7.0_11, security fix for CVE-2013-0422.06:37
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horrorStruckshould i fear everlasting pain and sorrow: pkgadd: could not write /var/lib/pkg/db.incomplete_transaction06:39
horrorStruckthe only thing i think of is a powershutdown yesterday06:39
horrorStrucki mean power outage06:41
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horrorStrucklet's try a forcefsck...06:44
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joe9does anyone know which port has the ssh-copy-id07:19
joe9i cannot find it prt-get fsearch07:19
rmullI don't see it either. I usually just do that process manually though.07:27
rmullGenerate the key pair, SCP the pubkey over to remote server, and append to .authorized_keys07:30
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frinnstit is included in the openssh source, but not installed by our port. when i suggested it i got teased for being lame and lazy :)08:56
rmullahh, peer pressure08:57
rmullI don't like how opt/mplayer keeps trying to set a cache of 8192 in its system-wide config. Makes my web radio suck.08:59
frinnstslap tek, he deserves it08:59
teK_you were mocked as being lazy before suggesting ssh-copy-id09:00
frinnstyes, that too09:00
frinnst[73362.170802] btrfs no csum found for inode 606361 start 3642572809:01
frinnstdid a scrub yesterday09:01
frinnstreported nothing09:01
frinnstthen i reformatted the filesystem on my shitty backup server bacause it spewed errors09:01
frinnstnow when im redoing the backup it prints that \o/09:01
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joe9what is the command to add a user in crux? I see /sbin/useradd, but wanted to check if there is something better/secure.11:09
Rotwanguseradd is not secure?11:09
joe9Rotwang: don't know.11:10
rmulluseradd has been the method for a very long time now, I hope it's secure11:17
RotwangI don't see why it would not have been11:23
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tadzikhello #crux12:48
rmullhello tadzik12:52
tadziklong time no see. Is there any ETA on 3.0?12:52
tadzikI miss the ol' days a bit :)12:53
rmullI haven't been around for the ol' days12:58
rmullBut I'm sure they were okay12:58
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tadzikI didn't quite like idea of x64 being a second-class citizen, so I find 3.0 quite exciting13:04
tadzikplus I got tired back then I went debian. Now I'm bored :)13:05
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rmull2.7 and 2.8 have both had good x86_64 support, but it was never overtly acknowledged on the website13:11
tadzikthere was an overlay repo, iirc13:11
tadzikmaybe s/was/is/13:11
rmullYeah, there is. And an ISO distributed outside the site13:11
rmullSo I guess that is a second class citizen :P13:11
tadzikaye :)13:11
tadzikyeah, I'm mostly bored with everything Just Working and want to have a little fun. Plus I detest dpkg and .debs13:12
rmullYou should get an ARM device and come over to #crux-arm then13:17
tadzikI have Nokia N900, but I don't really want to torment it with a new OS13:18
niklaswegood evening13:18
tadzikhello niklaswe13:18
rmullteK_: ??? I just got another llvm sum mismatch13:52
Rotwang1rmull: calm down, real men test on production13:53
rmullRotwang1: No, this one is funny because there was a mismatch that we fixed just yesterday13:53
rmullSomething weird is going on13:54
Rotwang1stealth update?13:54
teK_looks like it13:55
rmullIt's possible - the current sum is now the one we originally switched away from13:55
rmullSo it changed, then went back13:55
teK_I'll wait a day or two and check again13:56
rmullteK_: I just chekced on IRC (they yelled at me for not checking list archives) but the release yesterday was unintended13:57
rmullIt should be correct now13:57
teK_so 3242192df982dfb0725c4a0ff27d6366 is wrong?13:59
rmullteK_: correct13:59
teK_unfortunate style of answering =)13:59
teK_but thanks13:59
rmull71610289bbc819e3e15fdd562809a2d7 is the right one o.O13:59
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: llvm: update silent md5 change, again14:00
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guzzanosomebody have install mate in crux 3?15:22
jaegerguzzano: I have. The easiest way to do it currently is to downgrade automake to 1.12.x15:24
guzzanojaeger: nice! thanks, would have no problems with the lib of x86_64?15:29
guzzanoI have this doubt curious15:30
jaegerguzzano: the footprint for js185 doesn't match on x86_64 but otherwise it should work fine15:30
jaegerWhen js185 fails you can just pkgadd the .pkg.tar.gz file anyway15:31
guzzanojaeger: uhm, thanks15:34
guzzanoi have testing crux3 :p15:35
guzzanoguys, why pam is disabled in crux?16:39
rmullWhy shouldn't it be?16:53
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guzzano_he meant by this
rmullShould this be happening? I'm on 2.8 pure x86_64. clang -target armv7--eabi -mcpu=cortex-a9 hello.c   gives me
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rmullcompiling for the native arch works fine18:04
rmullNot sure where I'd get that header file18:05
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frinnstsounds like you need a 32bit glibc22:23

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