IRC Logs for #crux Sunday, 2015-03-15

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rmullLooks like libreoffice needs an update. They pulled the download link for the contrib version from the server.01:12
rmullLatest upstream stable is now 4.4.101:12
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: alsa-plugins: 1.0.28 -> 1.0.2904:15
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.1]: cairo-32: 1.14.0 -> 1.14.204:44
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.1]: libvdpau-32: 0.9 -> 1.004:44
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.1]: talloc-32: 2.1.1 -> 2.1.204:44
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.1]: util-linux-32: 2.26 -> 2.26.104:44
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.1]: xorg-libx11-32: 1.6.2 -> 1.6.304:44
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: libreoffice: 4.2.8 -> 4.4.109:48
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: setuptools: 14.0 -> 14.1.110:10
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greduangood morning :)12:48
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greduanOh an idea I had for binary packages13:07
greduanI hear it's not that hard to instal `pacman` on other systems. You just need to modify the paths from what I can tell13:07
greduanThis is from a tip somebody gave me a long while ago13:07
greduanthough it may be worth checking it out13:07
SitriDuumI've done it for LFS13:09
SitriDuumBut I started with Pacman 3.4, before they broke `pacman -r`13:10
SitriDuumLinux From Scratch13:10
SitriDuumIt's simply a matter of compiling it actually.13:10
SitriDuumThough that can be difficult (the libs it depended on were a bit hard to track down)13:11
greduanDo you still have a list of those dependencies?13:11
SitriDuumThere's only two for the version I used13:11
SitriDuumI can probably get you all three tarballs.13:11
SitriDuumIf you want a newer version, the dependencies change though13:12
greduanoh yeah13:12
greduanwell it's a good start13:12
SitriDuumAlso I strongly recomend compiling without OpenSSL13:12
greduanwhat should I use instead?13:13
SitriDuumThe /only/ thing OpenSSL does for that pacman version is provide an implementation of md5() that's 15% faster, at the cost of breaking horribly if you update openssl without updating pacman.13:13
greduanI see13:14
SitriDuumNothing, it'll just a configure switch: --disable-openssl13:14
SitriDuumIt'll use the md5() in the source tree.13:14
greduanWe really should start thinking about LibreSSL13:14
SitriDuumYou also have to patch one of the libraries to make it compile (by edititing a header to add a #DEFEINE IIRC)13:17
greduanI see13:23
greduanThanks :)13:23
SitriDuumLong time ago I had hoped to make my own distro with LFS as the base13:23
SitriDuumBut I couldn't get screen or ssh to work so I gave up13:24
greduanI see13:24
SitriDuumEver setup a pacman repo before?13:24
greduannot a pacman repo but I have written PKGBUILDs13:25
greduanthat's as far as I've gone13:25
SitriDuumAh, the repo is pretty simple, all you need to do is dump all the .pkg.tar.xz files into a directory, run a command (forget what it is) and it'll generate the repo file.  Just point your pacman.conf to that file by directory or http and it's all setup.13:26
SitriDuumIf you man pacman it should give you the command in the SEE ALSO section.13:26
greduanman you know all the stuff! lol13:28
SitriDuumI fell in love with pacman, and by extension Arch, then new guys came and fucked it all to hell.  D:13:31
SitriDuumWish I could've gotten the version of pacman before the openSSL patch, but the fact that I can disable it suits me fine.13:31
SitriDuumpacman -r is also best feature.  Used to be able to just stage3 a harddrive by mounting everything then doing: pacman -r /mnt/tgt/ -S core13:33
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rmullAre there other any other torrent clients like rtorrent, but better? High performance, CLI, C/C++...15:49
rmullrtorrent's been around (and I've been using it) forever, but it always seems like it has some bug or two15:53
rmullNot super critical stuff, but I'm just curious if I should be using something else15:53
jaegerI haven't seen a better one, myself, still using rtorrent16:05
rmullhow about btpd/btcli?16:09
rmulllast commit 2012? hm16:10
retardnothing comes even remotely close to the performance of rtorrent16:12
rmullOne idea I had years ago is to add a feature allowing one to copy files out of the completed download, change some things about the file, and leave "patch links" behind that would appear to the torrent client like the file that was downloaded except they'd simply be links plus a binary diff of the modified file16:17
rmullIs that possible without using something like FUSE? Not sure16:18
rmullIn the general sense, if a file is created somewhere, reads from that location will always return that version. If that file is copied elsewhere and changed, the new location will have the file in its changed state, but the old location will still look like the original file, but on disk will only contain a binary diff and a link to the modified file.16:22
rmullIs there something out there that can do that already?16:23
rmullI'd like to organize my downloaded files and change metadata tags and stuff, but I don't want to stop seeding them just because I tweaked their tags16:23
rmullMaybe I can use rdiff-backup for this...16:26
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: chromium: fixed v8 natives (FS#1160)16:34
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: xorg-font-dejavu-ttf: updated to 2.3416:34
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cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: xorg-font-util: update to 1.3.118:36
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: xorg-libxvmc: update to 1.0.918:36
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.1]: xorg-randrproto: update to 1.4.118:36
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cruxbot[xfce.git/3.1]: libxfcegui4: fixed build issues against last libxfce4util20:15
cruxbot[xfce.git/3.1]: xfwm4: updated to 4.12.120:15
cruxbot[xfce.git/3.1]: xfce4-dict: updated to 0.7.120:15
cruxbot[xfce.git/3.1]: xfce4-eyes-plugin: updated to 4.4.420:15
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cruxbot[xfce.git/3.1]: xfwm4: updated to 4.12.220:26
mhewhat do I have to run to fix fonts, I added lxterminal and i3 to a bare X20:38
mheall unreadable block characters20:38
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: tree: updated to 1.7.0. Also fixed CFLAGS usage20:40
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: [notify] flash-player-plugin: updated to
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mhefixed it21:32
mheit was pango query stuff21:32
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: ethtool: updated to 3.18. Also fixed URL21:50
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rmull  Did something change? I can no longer mount my nfs share: mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified23:06
rmulloh, maybe my nfs daemons aren't running23:07
rmullOh, start-stop-daemon is missing23:07
frinnstand you probably need to start nfs first23:09
frinnstyou have nfs now and nfsclient and/or nfsserver that also needs to start, depending on the role23:11
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JSchilli1hey, what's the usual solution to MISSING errors? there's a package over in our repo that builds fine for kori but not me23:15
JSchilli1the error is this:23:15
JSchilli1=======> ERROR: Footprint mismatch found:23:15
JSchilli1MISSING   lrwxrwxrwx      root/root       usr/lib/ ->
JSchilli1MISSING   lrwxrwxrwx      root/root       usr/lib/ ->
JSchilli1sorry, should have pastebinned that23:16
rmullJSchilli1: What port is it?23:21
rmullfrinnst: I started everything in /etc/rc.d - nfs, nfsclient, rpc*23:24
rmullstill mount.nfs: an incorrect mount option was specified23:24
rmullMy mount options are noauto,user,noatime23:24
JSchilli1rmull: it's a port of luajit, on the 6c37 repo
rmullI'll try changing them23:24
rmullMan, what is going on with my mount23:29
rmullStill bitches even if I try it manually without fstab, and without any options at all23:29
rmullIs this something to do with the recent util-linux update?23:33
rmullShit, I figured it out..t23:40
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pidsleyrmull, you are having a problem with nfs mounting?23:41
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rmullThere was something wrong withe the automagically added vers=4.2 mount option.23:46
rmullIf you add vers=4.0 it'll replace the magic 4.2 with 4.0 and it'll work23:48
rmullI'm not sure what the deal is.23:48
rmullI wonder if it's because the nfs-utils on my server is oldel23:52
rmullolder. I'll try updating and see if it fixes the 4.2.23:52

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