IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2015-07-25

retardi've never even gotten chromium to run, so no00:14
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jawbooh. well here's to hoping? i might have an inkling - i was reading on some gentoo forums that without PID and NETWORK namespaces turned on in kernel config, the sandbox will fail and nothing will work00:18
jawboso once the new kernel is rebuilt, i'll see what's going on00:19
jawboi'm assuming it _can_ work on Crux or it wouldn't have been ported00:24
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Romsterjawbo, i compile in ram then i have a SSD swap partiton then if i fill both i got a swap partiton on all my other disks set to same prio= level so it acts like raid002:21
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jawbooh that's an excellent idea02:49
jawboi need to get in touch with sepen - i can't get chromium to work for the life of me02:50
Romsterto compile or work?02:51
jawboto work, it compiles fine, but as soon as it runs it won't display new tab page, just gives a vague error page with no information02:52
jawboand i get messages like this in the terminal02:53
jawbohttp://ix.io/jV802:53
jawboand i'm not quite sure what to do to debug it02:58
retardstrace maybe?02:59
jawbotried, but sourceforge isn't being cooperative ;(02:59
jawboi.e. i need to install it first03:01
retardthe id seems to be google wallet apparently03:01
retard.. wow, it 404s03:03
jawboyep03:03
retardi thought the downloads were fixed now03:03
jawboeven directly downloading with curl just downloads corrupt tar.xz03:03
retardyeah, other projects give 404s too03:03
retardjust when you think sourceforge couldn't get any worse03:04
jawboi know, and it's surprising how many projects _only_ use sourceforge03:04
retardit's supposed to be geographically distributed and nice03:05
retardjeezy chreezy03:05
retardyou can wget/curl http://slackbuilds.org/mirror/slackware/slackware-current/source/d/strace/strace-4.10.tar.xz into /usr/ports/opt/strace03:08
retardmd5sum seems fine03:08
retardbut man03:08
jawboexcellent, thanks03:11
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jawboturns out it needs /dev/shm for sandboxing, sticking a /dev/shm tmpfs in /etc/fstab fixed it03:20
jawbothanks strace03:20
jawbothanks retard03:20
jawbono /dev/shm, unhappy chromium. that's why it kept getting bus errors, reading and writing to a /dev/shm03:22
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jawbothat was not ther03:23
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retardcool, glad you could figure it out03:24
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Romsteroh yes i keep forgetting about shm03:34
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mikelif i'm installing crux onto a computer where i can't use a wired connection and my wireless card is an intel 7260 needing the iwlwifi drivers, i need to install the contrib/linux-firmware package while booted to the live image, correct?06:54
mikelfor example, partitioning the usb the live image is on with a fat32 partition and copying the tarball there06:55
tilmanWTF07:13
retardthat should work, yes07:13
tilmanmikel: yeah, looks good07:13
retardbe careful with the partitioning though07:13
tilmanjust use a spare thumb drive?07:13
retardmight make the usb drive non-bootable07:13
retardwhat tilman said might be a better option07:14
mikeltilman: i sort of only have the one07:30
mikeli have a bad habit of losing them07:30
retardthe problem is that if you just dd the iso to the usb drive you overwrite the partition table, and if you don't it won't boot07:33
mikeli can dd the iso, then modify the partition table after that then, though07:33
retardmodifying it in a manner that will still let it boot isn't so simple07:39
retardwhat i wound up doing was use a u3 stick and write the iso as a virtual cdrom07:39
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cruxbot[core.git/3.1]: man-pages: update to 4.0108:38
cruxbot[core.git/3.1]: libdevmapper: update to 1.02.10308:38
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: lvm2: update to 2.02.12608:40
cruxbot[opt.git/3.1]: vsftpd: update to 3.0.3, improved rc script08:40
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teK__tilman: I think setup from the ISO willl not upgrade contrib.rsync08:55
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timcowchipis qt5-tools part of qt5?18:39
timcowchiphttps://crux.nu/ports/crux-3.1/opt/qt5/.footprint shows Qt5UiTools18:42
timcowchipis that the same thing?18:42
timcowchipreason I ask is qt5-tools seems to be a makedepends for anything based on qt518:44
timcowchipso what good does having qt5 in opt if you can make anything with it?18:46
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frinnstanybody using crux with reiserfs ?19:40
DaViruzsure, it's a pretty old installation though19:40
frinnstok, then reiserfsprogs will remain in core :)19:44
korifrinnst: eh19:45
koricould just move it to opt and make it available on the livecd19:45
korifor 3.219:45
DaViruzfrinnst: hehe you don't need to do that on my behalf, keeping it in opt would be fine19:54
teK__reiser? Dead to me. :x19:58
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druid_droidhi ! do I need gst-plugins-bad for more than 360p on firefox ?20:05
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joacimif thats the one that includes support for h264? sure.20:20
onoderaI can play all html5 videos just fine on firefox without gstreamer20:24
onoderaoh you are right, 360p only20:24
onoderabut whatever, I use mpv for everything20:24
tilmanbut not for html5 videos in ff, surely?20:32
frinnst:)20:32
frinnstyou dont need gstreamer for ogv/webm20:32
frinnstbut you do for h.264 etc20:33
onoderamaking all ports use /usr/share/man is gonna take a lot of effort20:42
kori^20:42
koribut it's going to remove a LOT of MANDIR= declarations :P20:42
onoderayeah20:46
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: gradm: 201503211320 -> 20150719165222:53
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: tornadoweb: 4.0.2 -> 4.2.122:55
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: tcc: dropped23:00
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.1]: thc-hydra: 8.0 -> 8.123:01
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druid_droidgst-plugins-bad depends on schroedinger wich can't download source23:56

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