IRC Logs for #crux Thursday, 2013-01-24

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frinnstfucking java webapps. one cant say they are very cpu or memory efficient04:46
prologicniklaswe, I can recommend my own
niklasweprologic: I will take a look04:51
frinnstniklaswe: what will you use it for?04:57
frinnstwe use foswiki04:57
niklaswefrinnst: our sales need it for documentation, I have setup mediawiki, but they dont like the formating syntax, And they want something more "plain text"..05:00
niklasweif you understand what I mean :)05:00
frinnstyeah, i think :) foswiki has two editing modes - "wiki" editing ; "---++ text" creates a heaing etc and a typical forum-style editor where you can add links and other html stuff05:05
Romsterwhats with this udisks and polkit...05:05
Romsterbacklog ^05:06
frinnstah, yeah dunno05:06
frinnsti guess someone saw the announcement and expected fedora 1805:07
prologicniklaswe, sahriswiki supports plain text btw05:09
Romsterguess so05:09
prologicas well as html, wiki (creole), csv and rst05:09
Romsteroh that05:10
frinnsti want one05:35
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.0]: [notify] libnl: update to 3.2.2108:37
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: ghostscript: don't link against libdbus08:40
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diversepitillo: how is your migration to x86-64?11:04
pitillodiverse: all is running right currently. I need to make the update to the jails11:35
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.0]: chromium: removed krb5 dep15:19
cruxbot[opt.git/3.0]: ghostscript: don't link against libdbus15:19
cruxbot[opt.git/3.0]: libpng: updated to 1.5.1415:19
cruxbot[opt.git/3.0]: Merge branch '2.8' into 3.015:19
cruxbot[opt.git/2.8]: libpng: updated to 1.5.1415:19
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timcowchipERROR: Downloading 'file:///jre-7u11-linux-x64.tar.gz' failed15:55
timcowchipERROR: Downloading 'file:///jdk-7u11-linux-x64.tar.gz' failed15:57
timcowchipdo i need to download the file with a browser and accept oracle's agreement?15:58
timcowchiplike slackware?15:58
timcowchipguess i'll try that15:59
timcowchipall i had to do was read the /usr/ports/opt/jre/README16:03
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timcowchip#c1:2:respawn:/sbin/agetty --noclear 38400 tty1 linux16:17
timcowchipc1:2:respawn:/bin/login -f chris tty1 </dev/tty1 >/dev/tty1 2>&116:17
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timcowchipif [[ -z $DISPLAY ]] && [[ $(tty) = /dev/tty1 ]]; then16:22
timcowchip  exec startx16:22
timcowchip  # Could use xinit instead of startx  #exec xinit -- /usr/bin/X -nolisten tcp vt7fi16:22
timcowchipbut you guys already knew that16:23
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modemit's aliiiive!16:25
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rmullFWIW I run nfsv4 without kerberos.17:17
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rmullThough I don't fully grok the security models at play17:22
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rmullpedja: So I'm trying to back up even farther to nvidia 304.64, but I can't seem to build it without compile error...17:44
rmull310.19 succeeds...17:48
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timcowchipdo i need to add alsa to my rc.conf for the mixer settings to load at boot?18:14
timcowchipguess i'l try it and see18:15
timcowchiphitta my hand18:15
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rmullIs there any reason my browser's fonts would have gotten ugly recently? some update or other?18:45
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vee_hello hello everyone22:52
pshevtsovgood afternoon22:59
vee_how do you do, sir22:59
prologicI do very well thank you kind sir23:00
vee_did you get your server space up prologic?23:02
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prologicnah not yet23:13
prologicstill looking23:13
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vee_ah. well, im looking at lfs, and trying to figure out why people use it lol23:37
prologicyeah well23:38
prologicit's mostly for learning23:38
prologicand embedded system development I suppose23:38
vee_i thought crux was a handfull...jesus!23:39
prologicCRUX is actually really really simple23:40
prologicbut not necessarily easy :)23:40
prologicrequires some learning!23:40
prologicbut mostly of the software in question you wish to use23:41
prologicCRUX's architecture itself is very simple23:41
vee_well, yes i suppose. still haven't wrapped my head around building something myself from source, always have dependency issues23:42
prologicdid you checkout my hello world port?23:42
prologicit's as simple as it gets23:42
vee_is it like a canned version of a pkgmk file?23:43
vee_lol nvm. what exactly is it?23:44
vee_thought its like a pre made pkgmk file that you can essentially replace with your own package you want to craete23:45
vee_going to take this as a no...23:50
prologicit's just s simple example23:50
prologicuse it as a template if you will23:50
prologicthere's also prt-utils23:51
prologicand the prtcreate script23:51
prologicthat creates a templated Pkgfile for you in the current dir23:51
vee_the one thing i dont get how you guys overcome is when a package has a dependency that is currently not installed on the system, nor, is it in the portdb23:54
vee_sometimes there is qutie a few, and installing them manuall results in some absurd error (probably on my end)23:55
prologicyou should create ports for missing deps23:58
prologicand you must be talking about software you want installed that isn't already in portsdb23:58
prologicin which case23:58
prologicyou are responsible for creating it's port23:58
prologicand the ports of any deps it requires that you cannot find in portsdb23:59
prologicbut I'll let you in on a little secret :)23:59
prologicI often just steal Arch PKGBUILD files for most stuff23:59
prologicand retrofit them to CRUX23:59
prologicstripping out all the garbage we don't care about23:59
prologicand making it a nice clean Pkgfile23:59
vee_i've been looking at them, and, it seems much easier that way o.o23:59

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