IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2014-07-26

richard_Thank you, configure passed00:01
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Guest10825Hi, after update xorg-server, I can't startx again. Here is the message: (EE) module  ABI major version(15) doesn't match the server's version(18). xinit: give up  xinit: connection refused.00:48
trappedGuest10825: rebuilt the xorg-xf86-video-* and xorg-xf86-input-* packages00:48
jaegerprt-get update -fr $(prt-get listinst | egrep 'xorg-xf86-(input|video)')00:49
Guest10825I'll try and give my result later00:53
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richard_rebuilding all the input and video driver work for me. Thanks, guys01:19
trappedno problem01:19
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trappeddoes freenode reverse IPs?01:20
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tilmandid you strip /etc/rc.d/net of its hashbang line on purpose in 3.1?09:52
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jaegertilman: no, just an oversight13:13
jaegerthanks for pointing it out13:18
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trappedthe cmatrix source in the contrib package is 40416:39
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: lxmusic: Taken over (prologic)16:40
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: lxpanel: Taken over (prologic)16:40
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: pcmanfm: Taken over (prologic)16:40
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: lxmenu-data (NEW): desktop menus for LXDE16:40
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: lxterminal (NEW): VTE-based terminal emulator (part of LXDE)16:40
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.0]: Merge branch '3.0' into 3.116:40
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teK__+ fixed.16:41
trappedalso - probably it's just me, not yet used to the ports system - there seems to be a md5 mismatch for iproute216:46
teK__I am sure jaeger fixed the shebang in line 1 but forgot to update the md5sum16:47
teK__jaeger: I took the freedom to fix that :)16:48
teK__trapped: thanks for reporting; ports -u core && prt-get depinst iproute216:48
teK__or update or whatever you did :)16:48
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trappedthank you for the quick fix16:50
trappedis there a way to see the verbose output of ports -u (the rsync output, for example)?17:11
teK__I dont think so17:13
teK__but you will see errors17:13
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trappedthere seems to be a footprint mismatch for netpbm17:54
teK__new files or missing files?17:55
trappednew files17:55
trappedspecifically usr/bin/pamx17:56
teK__that is not considered a bug17:56
teK__you may have packages that are otional for netpbm17:56
teK__check, for your pkgmk.conf: PKGMK_IGNORE_NEW="yes"17:56
jaegerteK__: thanks, I did forget the md5sum20:34
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timcowchipso this is what I came uo with22:02
trappedwhy not just use `install` instead of making the directories yourself?22:04
timcowchipno build time, for hardware like mine, that's a good thing22:04
timcowchipI had been running it form ~/, but it writable when I'm logged in, unlike /opt22:06
timcowchiptrapped: sorry, didn't see you question22:07
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timcowchipbut it seems "no build time, for hardware like mine, that's a good thing" is a good reason22:08
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trappedalso timcowchip, shouldn't it be `ln -s $PKG/opt/$name/$name [...]` at line 19?22:08
trappedwith $PKG prepended to the /opt path22:08
timcowchiplet me see22:08
timcowchipdon't think it needs to be22:09
timcowchipeverything in $PKG gets "installed"22:10
timcowchipthe link exists in /usr/bin22:15
timcowchiplet me try it both ways22:15
timcowchiplrwxrwxrwxroot/rootusr/bin/seamonkey -> /opt/seamonkey/seamonkey from the .footprint22:17
jaegerthe way you have it in the Pkgfile is correct22:23
jaegeryou want the end symlink to point to a location that doesn't reference $PKG22:23
timcowchipok thanks jaeger22:24
trappedupower fails to build, complaining that xsltproc -nonet can't load a docbook network entity22:50
frinnstsounds like its missing a dependency22:54
trappedmore like it's trying to load a network resources with the -nonet flag22:54
frinnst-nonet suggests that it tries to load a local resource that doesnt exist since you are probably lacking docbook22:55
frinnstbut its just a wild guess on my part22:55
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frinnstpoke Romster about it22:55
trappedinstalling docbook-xsl right now, though in the build log it shows an URL - probably you're right anyways22:55
frinnstoh? then im probably not right :)22:56
trappednope, docbook-xsl doesn't solve it22:56
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jaegertrapped, frinnst: -nonet is supposed to check locally but depending on the version of docbook it either flat doesn't work or in some cases works as --nonet23:06
trappeddocbook is at the latest version available through the official ports23:07
jaegerdocbook is also a terrible piece of crap23:09
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trappedso what can i do to successfully compile and install upower (and networkmanager too, since it depends on upower apparently)23:11
jaegertry replacing -nonet with --nonet in the calls or fix docbook, I guess23:15
timcowchipI'm building upower atm and spidermonkey was pulled in as a dependency23:16
frinnstwhat a stupid dep23:17
timcowchipI forget why but I needed to upgrade it a few months ago23:17
trappedwhat do you guys use to manage wifi connections?23:17
frinnstI use wires23:18
jaegerI might still have the proper docbook-xml port in the old gnome2/gnome3 crap somewhere, though no guarantees... if I can find it23:18
trappedfrinnst: i prefer wired connections too, but i doubt i can tether my cellphone's LTE connection using an ethernet cable23:18
jaegertrapped: I don't use a manager but I've heard good things about wicd on occasion23:19
frinnstif youre just connecting to the same AP all the time you could perhaps simply use wpa_supplicant23:19
frinnstyeah wicd was nice (a few years ago when i used it)23:20
jaegerI use the basic wpa_supplicant.conf method for both work and home connections23:22
trappeddoes wpa_supplicant automatically restore lost connections?23:22
jaegerdepends on how it's lost, I suppose... but as an example it can recover from suspending my laptop23:24
timcowchipJaegerMonkey has been removed and replaced by IonMonkey23:51
frinnstlinus rant is always fun23:54

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