IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2015-07-18

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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: opus: 1.0.2 -> 1.109:46
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tired890I'm running crux inside a VM (crux host and crux guest) :D14:08
tired890the guest will be stock 3.1 to do straightforward compiles14:08
tired890too much ossl and gcc5 drama on host14:09
tired890hmm.. what if.. what if I run another guest inside the guest! Inception!14:09
Romsterjust setup docker for compiles14:11
Romsterthough a VM will also work.14:12
tired890Romster, I have had no experience with docker..14:13
tired890though for a VM, its a single "image", this image can be run on any host!14:13
Romsternone needed i even have an image made so has prologic.14:13
Romsteri have about 20 docker instances atm14:13
tired890so say I needed to go on the road and for some reason can't remote login .. you can take the VM image and run it on any host (laptop included, regardless of host OS).. very flexible in that respect14:14
tired890Romster, is this what you're referring to ?14:15
Romsterbut yeah grab the VM file take it wihh you14:15
tired890right now my guest won't fully utilize the CPU although I exposed full cores and installed guest additions14:16
tired890I'm thinking this might be caused by the ondemand cpu power saving feature14:17
tired890on the guest, when I do cat /proc/cpuinfo, I can see my CPU's Mhz at its max14:17
tired890but in the actual host, its only one quarter (ie the CPU is underclocked to save power)14:17
tired890so I reckon I need to add support for this in the guest crux kernel..14:17
tired890atm I'm using stock crux kernel on the guest OS14:18
Romstervm should have a setting in it for max cpu used.14:27
Romsterand memory allocated14:27
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: jdk: updated to 1.8.0_5118:39
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cruxbot[core.git/3.1]: sudo: updated to 1.8.14p119:34
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dxlr8rwho made the start-stop-daemon? I can't find an official url for the project22:18
dxlr8rin the Pkgfile it doesn't say22:19
dxlr8rand tried ddg and google22:19
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koridxlr8r: I THINK it's from debian22:22
koridxlr8r: the src code is included22:23
mechaniputerYeah, start-stop-daemon is from debian, it's bundled with some other tools somewhere.22:23
koriit's from debian eah22:23
dxlr8rso no more updates?22:23
dxlr8rno forks?22:23
retardit's part of dpkg22:24
mechaniputerYou can find it here:
mechaniputerIn the utils subdir22:27
dxlr8rstill updates. thought it might stop when they changed to systemd22:28
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: valgrind: support 4.x kernels22:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: thunderbird: moved to opt23:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: thunderbird: cleanups & moved from contrib23:03
tired890hey guys23:10
tired890upon installing a stock crux.. sysup fails. various tools fail and print out: illegal instruction23:10
tired890I normally fix this by mounting the install cd, and doing a pkgadd of the offending pkg23:10
tired890meaning when "wget" fails (returns: illegal instruction) I just pkgrm then pkgadd it from the cd, then I lock it and proceed with sysup23:11
frinnstWe will need more info to go by23:11
frinnstand if wget fails something is very fucked up23:11
frinnsti take it its a fresh 3.1 install?23:12
tired890but various tools keep failing.. just now prt-get failed with the same vauge msg: illegal instruction23:12
tired890frinnst, yes23:12
frinnstoh? hardware issues if its random?23:12
tired890however this is in a virtual machine (crux guest, on a crux host)23:12
tired890frinnst, I'm installing it here so I get my work done.. gcc5.1 and libressl (on my main machine, the host) had a few issues that I decided to make a stock crux on a VM to just do my builds..23:13
tired890frinnst, random as in random tools fail.. once it fails its consistent23:14
frinnstsounds very strange23:14
tired890could it be related to virtualization ?23:14
frinnstI run a few VMs on my box. no issues like that23:14
frinnstkvm/qemu or what do you use?23:14
tired890I guess my question boils down to: if one installed a stock 3.1 and first thing he did was ports -u && prt-get sysup, can the system update the ports in the right sequence? I mean things like: update openssl and curl first, the wget ...etc Not random which would cause libraries mess23:15
tired890frinnst, virtualbox23:15
frinnstno clue regarding virtualbox23:16
frinnstand a sysup will probably fail since new deps have been added. but that should be pretty obvious when you encouter those ports23:17
frinnstnot sure on what order sysup does things to be honest23:17
tired890frinnst, I will try to do a fresh install again and see. the vauge: illegal instruction returned by many different tools tells me something is not right. Its always fixable, however, by: prt-get remove <offending pkg>, then pkgadd <same packge from crux iso>, then it works!23:19
frinnstyeah, but that doesnt sound like a fix23:19
tired890toolchain problem possibly?23:19
frinnstanyways, late here. Im sure someone in the right timezone will wake up soon :)23:19
tired890frinnst, thanks :)23:20
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