IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2015-06-29

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paradigmHi!  I'd like to play with crux in a chroot.  It looks like untar'ing pkgadd then looping it over all of the packages in the crux/core directory of the installation image might get the job done.00:43
paradigmHowever, when I went to mess iwth that, I found a "rootfs.tar.xz" file in the installation image.  It looks like that might be a ready-made solution here.  Is that what it is?  I couldn't find much on it in the handbook or via google00:44
jaegerrootfs.tar.xz is tailored for the installation media, it's not suitable for a full system00:44
jaegerthe pkgadd loop method works, though00:45
paradigmExcellent, I'll do that, then.  Then just mount proc and friends then chroot in and continue on with configuration, passwd and rc.conf and such.00:46
paradigmThanks, jaeger00:46
jaegeryep. no problem00:46
Worksterwe also have a docker image of crux01:40
Worksterdocker pull crux01:40
paradigmYup, I did more or less what that link indicates, works great! ports'd up zsh and having a grand old time.  Thanks!01:41
Worksterno problem01:51
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nwegood morning!04:56
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: screen: update to 4.3.106:35
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frinnst06:56 <nwe> good morning! <- wtf is wrong with you? why on earth would anybody be awake before 7?08:06
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frinnstmy lunch sallad tasted like ass :(11:27
frinnstnow i get to be hungry all day \o/11:27
cruxbot[core.git/3.1]: iproute2: update to 4.1.011:27
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teK__you do not sound like a salad12:06
frinnstyou are soooooooo funny12:06
frinnstyou should feel bad! i'll go hungry!12:06
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teK__actually, I was being serious12:29
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: maildrop: update to 2.8.313:34
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: [notify] mysql: minor structural changes13:44
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: pure-ftpd: upstream fixed a bug without increasing the version number14:42
onoderawho maintains pkgsize from pkgutils?15:13
onoderaeh prt-utils I mean15:14
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: cups-filters: show pid in the status message of the cups-browsed rc script15:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: dropbear: show pid in the status message of the rc script15:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: masqmail: show pid in the status message of the rc script15:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: nfs-utils: show pid in the status message of the various rc scripts15:17
jueonodera: pkgsize is more or less unmaintained, but I maintain prt-utils and can apply a patch if you found a bug15:22
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onoderajue: core/3.2 changed the default sh to dash15:31
onoderajue pkgsize only seems to work with bash but the shebang points to sh instead of bashg15:32
jueah, will fix that15:34
juethanks for the report :)15:35
onoderanp :)15:36
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tilmanWe don't merge kernel code just because user space was written by a18:47
tilman> retarded monkey on crack.18:47
tilmanholy shit, how have i missed this18:47
tilman(referenced here:
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asiedo any of you have a binary clang package handy?19:03
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nweasie: you can find clan in /usr/ports/opt..19:28
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korinwe: he said binary19:31
hhhhhhhhdoes anyone know how to get syslinux + uefi working19:32
hhhhhhhhi copied /usr/share/syslinux/efi64/[some things] to /EFI and did some efibootmgr thing19:33
hhhhhhhhand then when i try to boot to it it gives me a screen with little more info than "shit's fucked"19:33
hhhhhhhhi don't want to use the stub loader because i want to keep the windows install that's already on here19:34
asieeh, whatever, almost done compiling19:38
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frinnstsee its not the latest version :/20:00
nwekori: oh :)20:01
nwehmm why choose crux when you want binary package...20:01
asienwe: because i'm on the go and wanted clang without waiting for my slow laptop to compile it20:03
asiealso because crux is currently the best distro for me, but i'm toying with my own for private usage20:03
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hhhhhhhhmotherfuck uefi is absolutely stupid20:06
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frinnstI have yet to find how uefi would improve my life20:14
hhhhhhhhi got a new laptop which came with windows preinstalled20:18
hhhhhhhhwhich i would like to keep20:18
hhhhhhhhso i shrank the windows partition20:18
hhhhhhhhand that fried my install20:19
hhhhhhhhbecause it expects files to be in specific places on the disk20:19
hhhhhhhhand then i copied the syslinux efi files over to the SPECIAL EFI PARTITION20:19
hhhhhhhhwhich did not boot20:19
hhhhhhhhive been doing this shit for like 3 hours20:19
hhhhhhhhand i can boot crux to a kernel panic20:19
hhhhhhhhfucking waste of time20:19
hhhhhhhhfor absolutely nothing20:20
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frinnstsorry I have less than zero uefi experience20:39
frinnstI know jaeger and tek uses it. iirc jaeger is away but tek might be around20:40
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jawbohhhhhhhh: i just mount /boot at the special efi partition, it's fat32 formatted usually and it plays pretty nicely with windows boot files20:43
jawboanother advantage is you don't get pesky overwrites when windows performs updates. i had a separate partition for /boot for about a year, and Windows overwrote grub/syslinux/whateveryouuse every time it updated20:44
jawbofrinnst: less than zero? i'm trying to think of that..... :)20:45
frinnstits true, negative 220:46
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