IRC Logs for #crux Thursday, 2015-03-12

Romstergreduan> Romster: with the glibc patch did the tests fail for libuv?? <- 1 test failed with and without the glibc patch.00:41
greduanOK, same here00:44
greduannvim has worked so far though. Although I've only used it minimally00:44
Romsterlike i said the test could be wrong or there is a genuine issue.00:45
Romsterwhat i didn't say is you should probably go report your findings.00:45
Romstersince i can reproduce it00:45
greduank00:46
Romsterother than that 1 test failing it works?00:46
greduanyeah00:46
greduanI wonder if it's just an unimplemented test or something00:47
Romstercould be00:47
Romsterwouldn't hurt to report it though00:47
greduanor check if somebody has reported it at least00:47
Romsterthat first00:47
Romsterand add yourself to the CC list as i have this error in tets as well.00:48
Romstertests800:48
greduank00:51
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: beautifulsoup4: 4.1.0 -> 4.3.201:05
greduanRomster: https://github.com/libuv/libuv/issues/26301:10
Romstercommented01:14
greduancool01:15
greduanYou get the same error right?01:15
greduanJust to confirm01:15
Romstertests again01:18
greduanlol01:18
Romsteri have the docker image still01:19
RomsterAssertion failed in test/test-pipe-set-non-blocking.c on line 51: n == 001:20
Romsternot the same error...01:20
greduandang01:21
Romsterhttps://gist.github.com/68d3746a082b14c35e0b01:22
Romsteryours looks like not even running the tests01:22
Romsteror it is hmm01:23
greduanyour output is way shorter01:23
greduanlol01:23
greduanyours fails pretty early01:23
greduanwhile mine fails later01:23
Romsterweird. i wouldn't think using docker lxc container would make it do that.01:24
greduan¯\_(ツ)_/¯01:25
Romsterwell he has the Pkgfile and access to my docker container so he can reproduce it.01:25
greduanDocker ftw01:25
greduanalthough it is important to piont out that they are not the same errors01:25
Romstertrue01:26
Romsterwell 1 test fails i never mentioned it was the same test.01:26
greduanhuehuehue01:28
greduanlol01:28
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Romsterhmm i knoew this needed a bump but 5.7 to 14.0 O_O01:33
Romsterknow*01:34
greduanwhat program?01:34
Romstersetuptools01:34
greduanthat's a big number01:34
Romsternow testing everything that depends on it.01:34
Romsterwhy am i the one gaining important ports.01:35
greduanlol01:36
Romstergoing afk for lunch i'll update it if it passes quality control when i get back01:42
greduank01:44
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: setuptools: 5.7 -> 14.006:09
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: youtube-dl: 2015.02.28 -> 2015.03.0906:58
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: cffi: 0.8.6 -> 0.9.106:58
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: distcc: use internal popt library, make python an optional dependency for pump mode08:38
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Romsterso frinnst10:38
Romsteri've done that before.10:39
frinnstyeah mckafee or whatever they are called had a false positive too a year or so back10:39
Romsterwith similar results.10:39
frinnstsystembolaget (where you buy alcohol in sweden) was knocked out. all registers stopped working10:39
Romsterthe horror.10:40
Romsterbe like i need a drink after this and .... no beer10:40
frinnsthttps://blogs.mcafee.com/uncategorized/a-long-day-at-mcafee10:40
frinnst201010:40
frinnstApril 22, 2010 at 12:25 pm10:41
frinnstHere's an update from Sweden:10:41
frinnstTelia, the largest phone- and broadband distributor: 15000 computers affected10:41
frinnstSystembolaget, warehouse for alcohol: 28 stores closed due to computer failure.10:41
Romsteroh god10:42
Romsteryeah at least the companies are trying to resolve it.10:43
Romsterwhatthey need is a way to mass roll back the database and restore files from that point that arn't a false positve anymore.10:44
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: cups-filters: update to 1.0.6711:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: libpcap: update to 1.7.211:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: tcpdump: update to 4.7.311:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: mathopd: new rc script11:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: stunnel: update to 5.1111:02
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: libvdpau: update to 1.011:04
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: xorg-libx11: update to 1.6.311:04
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: talloc: updated to 2.1.212:45
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: cmake: updated to 3.2.112:45
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rmullHmm, I had some bluetooth stuff installed on my PC outside of ports and it breaks the libpcap build: fatal error: bluetooth/mgmt.h: No such file13:24
rmulllooks like bluez probably provides it13:25
frinnst  --enable-bluetooth      enable Bluetooth support [default=yes, if support13:25
frinnst                          available]13:25
frinnstdo you have bluez installed correctly?13:26
frinnstshould be found in /usr/include/bluetooth/mgmt.h13:26
rmullYeah, I have a newer version installed with my own port locally that doesn't seem to place that file - It's in the tarball so I'll just try copying it over and see what happens :P13:27
rmullYeah, that worked13:27
rmullshrug13:27
rmullProbably broke something else in the process but I'll worry about that in the future <_<13:28
rmullMy adventures with bluetooth have been one big pain in the ass TBH. I should just remove all that stuff.13:28
frinnstsounds like a plan13:29
frinnstmy motherboard has bt support. I even have the modules loaded for some reason13:29
jaegerrmull: have you tried bluez 5.x? It works far better for me than 4.x13:29
rmulljaeger: Yes, my local port is 5.2513:29
jaegerI use it to pair a playstation 3 controller to my steam box, though, nothing else13:29
rmullI needed all the latest stuff because I'm trying to get a BT headset working, and I needed pulseaudio and some other nonsense13:30
jaegerok13:30
jaegerAh13:30
rmullI got the headset working but it wasn't really worth it in the end13:30
jaegerWhy's that? Just too much effort?13:31
rmullMaybe it would be a little more straightforward on something like ubuntu that does everything for you, but trying to manage hcitool and bluetoothd and pulseaudio and my config files and stuff just was too much work13:31
rmulland in the end, while I could play music with it, I couldn't figure out how to get my voip software to see it (pjsua, uses portaudio)13:32
jaegerah13:32
frinnstthe insane amount of deps that steam seems to require just confirms dualbooting is the way to go for me13:32
rmullYeah, I just use my work laptop (win 7) for the voip stuff now13:32
rmullpjsua would have been pretty sweet though13:33
rmullIf you guys ever have any voip needs you should check it out13:33
jaegerI haven't had to mess much with steam after the initial install and it bundles so much of its own deps13:35
rmullHow big is it on disk once it's finally up and running?13:36
jaegerI'll check in a min, using another machine on its display right now13:39
rmullNo rush, I don't plan on installing it anyway :D13:39
jaeger:)13:39
rmullNo time for games13:39
rmullMaybe once I retire I'll just play video games all day13:39
rmullBy that time I'm sure they'll be pretty amazing13:40
jaegerheh13:40
jaegerMy .local/share/Steam folder is 14G, 12G of that is games13:42
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greduanmorning :)13:43
jaegermorning13:43
rmullsaluton13:45
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greduanwe should stare the tradition of sying good morning in our own language13:55
greduansaying*13:55
greduanstart*13:55
greduanlanguages13:55
greduan*13:55
rmull"sup"13:55
greduandamn something's wrong with my keyboard. probably that I'm freaking freezing over here. lol13:55
greduanrmull: yep lol13:58
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frinnstgod eftermiddag14:00
greduanbuenos dias14:04
rmullgreduan: Where are you from?14:07
greduanMexico14:09
rmullah14:10
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: prt-utils: update to 1.0, new revdep by ryuo14:25
rmullooh.14:25
rmullgonna try this14:26
frinnstits only "slightly" faster :)14:31
frinnstrequires elfutils14:31
rmullIt was mind warpingly faster for me14:32
rmullStill prints jre and libreoffice for me, any plans of addressing that?14:32
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jueyou can add ports to ignore with -i14:33
frinnstwell the links are "broken" from a global perspective14:33
frinnstas is syslinux, firefox, thunderbird etc14:33
rmulljue: good point.14:35
rmullfirefox doesn't appear in my output14:35
rmullIt does in yours, frinnst ?14:35
jaegerI've had firefox show up once when upstream did something weird with the xul versioning (which is what causes thunderbird to always look broken when it works14:36
jaegeronly one version, though14:37
frinnstits because some trickery in /etc/ld.so.conf.d/14:47
frinnstit was added when I merged xulrunner into firefox14:48
frinnstto help all those xulrunner applications that mozilla promised :)14:48
Romsterrmull, revdep -vv14:49
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Romsterjre jdk needs ffmpeg-compat14:49
Romsteri've filed bugs for thunderbird and firefox.14:49
frinnst <Romster> jre jdk needs ffmpeg-compat  <- lol what?14:50
Romsteryes no joke14:50
frinnstworks fine without14:50
Romsterldd /usr/lib/jdk/jre/lib/amd64/libavplugin.so14:51
frinnstbut sure, there are surely lots of broken links from these closed apps14:51
Romsteri guess something uses it. but i never see what14:51
frinnstim sure its safe to ignore :)14:51
Romsterit is14:51
jueindeed14:52
Romsterthank you for adding this jue14:54
greduanyou guys know what's the thing where you cear Firefox's cache of the search bar and stuff in order to make searching for results faster?14:54
greduanor is that Chromium?14:55
greduanfound it14:55
Romsterhttp://crux.ster.zone/ports/romster/browser-vacuum/Pkgfile14:55
Romsteror jsut add a firefox extensions14:55
Romster-s14:56
greduanoh cool14:56
greduanthanks Romster :)14:56
Romsternp14:56
Romsteras for thunderbird https://crux.nu/bugs/?do=details&task_id=1154 that fixes it.14:57
Romsterand remove that silly /etc/ld.so.conf.d/firefox.conf as it makes it look like thunderbird depends on firefox.14:58
Romsterstuff i found poking around.14:58
Romsteri never tested libreoffice.15:00
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lmarieHey y'all, er, that hurts to say...15:58
jaegerit should, hehe15:58
jaegerhey :)15:58
lmarieGood day to all...ah, that is better15:59
lmarieI'm having a problem prt-getting talloc.  The pkgfile was recently updated, but I still get an error:16:00
joacimhello16:00
lmarieHi joacim!  Here's the output: http://pastebin.com/wDZd0tNJ16:00
lmarieIf it matters, I am also having a problem with gtk-doc :16:01
jaegerdocbook strikes again16:01
lmariehttp://pastebin.com/Cw87HVnk16:01
lmarieI don't even remember why I originally tried to install gtk-doc, but letting you know...16:02
jaegerIt would be nice if docbook were replaced with something less terrible16:03
lmarieYes!  I noticed crux team wil often disable it in Pkgfiles16:03
jaegersometimes it's unavoidable, though16:05
Romstersigh i need to look into this more.16:09
Romsterpackage talloc is installed16:10
lmariesigh here ,too.  I wasn't in a hurry to let you know, but...16:10
Romsteri recently fixed up docbook-xml be sure to run rejmerge16:10
lmarieWill do.16:10
Romsterand merge in changes. and probably rm /etc/xml/catalog16:10
jaegersorry, my comments won't help, they're just complaints. I don't know a lot about docbook, just that it's always been a bit of a pain16:11
jaegerwas the bane of my existence back when I maintained gnome2 ports16:11
Romsterbut gtk-doc is missing some dtds to work still16:11
ryuognome2, RIP. hello, MATE.16:11
ryuo:P16:11
ryuognome3...16:11
Romstermate exists for crux actually16:12
ryuoZombie hunting time.16:12
ryuo:D16:12
lmarieThose gnomes are messy with their work.16:12
Romsteri agree docbook is ugly.16:12
Romsteranyways talloc works gtk-doc not yet16:13
ryuoRomster, does crux even have gnome3 ports?16:13
Romsterask jaeger :P16:13
Romsteri'd say no16:13
ryuoyou don't use the systemd so...16:13
ryuoi doubt it would work.16:13
Romsterjaeger was maintaining gnome16:13
Romsterwere on eudev16:14
jaegerI used to, I didn't like it all that much16:14
ryuohopefully KDE doesn't contract gnomeitis.16:15
ryuoor whatever you call this UI madness. :P16:15
Romsterhaha16:15
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lmarieOn a side note, I got nvidia 340.76 legacy to work.  For some reason, it would not create the symlink, and gl-select would not work.  My silly way of solving it : http://pastebin.com/JmeZuxud I dislike the idea of needing to upgrade to  another graphics card as this one works fine.  Besides, there's the recent large vet bill. : )16:48
jaegerodd that it wouldn't work16:51
jaegerwithout tweaking, I mean16:51
lmarieFrom the nvidia README - If X starts, but OpenGL causes problems, you most likely have a problem with other libraries in the way, or there are stale symlinks.   Sometimes, all it takes is to rerun 'ldconfig'.16:51
lmarieBefore I go, I'll paste this output.  http://pastebin.com/7d0zsd53  Time to heat up leftover chili.16:59
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lmarieSee ya!17:00
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tilmanhttp://google-opensource.blogspot.de/2015/03/farewell-to-google-code.html18:15
tilmannot sure if old news18:15
greduanI just found out about it today18:19
tilmanit was announced today18:20
tilmanbut you never know if frinnst is gonna call you out on posting news that went live HOURS ago ;]18:20
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greduanlol18:47
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cruxbot[core.git/3.1]: btrfs-progs: updated to 3.1919:01
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: cairo: updated to 1.14.219:01
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lmarieHi again, wanted to post the error log for the problem gl-select would not work.  Compile failed at creating libnvidia-gtk2.so and libnvidia-gtk3.so.  gl-select uses gtk.20:55
lmariehttp://pastebin.com/EDKv8V7E20:55
jaegerlmarie: gl-select doesn't use gtk at all but the older version of the nvidia driver that you're using didn't yet have the gtk2 and gtk3 libs split, that's pretty recent20:56
lmarieI was able to get past this point in compile, but at end, prt-get failure due to missing above mentioned files.  So, I edited out those entries in the .footprint.20:56
jaegerlmarie: you said you're using 340.46?20:57
jaegerlmarie: even if you remove them from the footprint the Pkgfile still tried to install them (unless you edited that as well)20:57
lmarieOh, I thought it did. Number typing...ergh.  That would be 340.65 was the first legacy I tried, and then this past week the latest one , 340.76 for legacy.20:58
jaegerlmarie: take a look at the 340.65 version, it might work for you without changes - https://crux.nu/gitweb/?p=ports/opt.git;a=blob;f=nvidia/Pkgfile;h=4369da8aea9d4235eb229a7bc59b9d306499374a;hb=07beefafd1fad29093938327a1fc5dc78714451520:58
jaegerThat was before the gtk2/gtk3 lib split20:58
jaegerIf you download that version of the Pkgfile and change the version= string to 340.76 I bet it'll work20:58
jaeger.md5sum and .footprint will need to be updated, though20:59
lmarieYes, I edited the Pkgfile, too. Making my own recipe.   Oh, that sounds promising.  I was fudging too much, but was just happy to get it working.20:59
jaegerhttps://crux.nu/gitweb/?p=ports/opt.git;a=commitdiff;h=088ac26b10a3a1ea1f3f0c3dee6cfddedb32094a <-- here's where the change went in, looks like 346.3521:00
lmariejaeger, I should have asked.  Thanks a bunch!21:00
jaegerlmarie: no problem, hope it helps21:00
lmarieIt does and I know it will!21:01
jaegerI'll test that it builds, at least, that's easy enough21:02
lmarieAh, I appreciate it!  Will be testing it after I take the dogs for their walk.  Much obliged.21:03
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jaegerfor the logs: =======> Building '/usr/ports/pkg/nvidia#340.76-1.pkg.tar.xz' succeeded.21:04
korihttps://github.com/6c37/crux-ports/tree/master/nvidia-34021:10
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