IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2016-03-19

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john_cephalopodaHey! I just got an answer from github.07:54
john_cephalopodaThey said, that they can't promise anything, but they will talk about it.07:54
xeirrrThey should.07:55
tilmancontext?07:55
john_cephalopodatilman: The search bar on github is not available any more for non-logged in users.07:58
tilmanlol, asshats07:58
john_cephalopodaI wrote them a (quite formal) mail and they answered me.07:59
john_cephalopodaIt's funny... I'm not used to fast mail replies :D07:59
john_cephalopodaOr fast replies in general.07:59
john_cephalopodaIn most open-source projects, it takes long to get an answer to anything.08:00
tilmangithub isn't an open source project though08:00
john_cephalopodaAnd that commercial speed of github is so unfamiliar.08:00
john_cephalopodaYeah08:00
tilmanof course they made their business off of an open source project08:01
john_cephalopodaI'm only used to open source project support.08:01
john_cephalopodaAlthough I wrote some mails to some companies to point out bugs in their products.08:01
john_cephalopodaLike the mouse, that had wrong information in its manual.08:01
tilmanwhat a hero08:02
tilman;p08:02
john_cephalopodaI love writing overly formal mails to companies.08:02
xeirrralthough it's a commercial product, quite plenty of  projects put their source code on it08:03
john_cephalopodaYeah. It's quite popular.08:04
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onoderahttps://github.com/onodera-punpun/prt-utils-extra12:47
onoderaanyone interested in trying out my few prt-utils, and/org giving some feedback on the code?12:47
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onoderahttps://crux.nu/Wiki/WifiStartScripts15:16
onoderais this still up to date or are there better/easier ways of setting up wifi15:16
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Wildefyrreasonably I think15:18
Wildefyryou can abstract it away though with wpa_supplicant15:18
Wildefyror even connman15:18
Wildefyrah wait it does mention wpa_supplicant15:19
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: dropbear: update to 2016.7315:25
cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: lvm2: update to 2.02.14715:25
cruxbot[core.git/3.2]: libdevmapper: build with lvm2 2.02.147 sources15:26
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brian|lfsthank you for the updates cruxbot16:22
Wildefyrcruxbot best bot16:22
brian|lfsneed to working on cleaning around here today prepare for the 3D printer16:24
brian|lfsthat hasn't shipped yet16:24
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onoderathe wpa_supplicant README says to use wpa.conf17:08
onoderabut the arch wiki says wpa_supplicant.conf, thet file comes pre installed as well, which one shoud I use17:09
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john_cephalopodaarchlinux uses "wifi-menu" and netctl to handle all of that.17:18
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brian|lfsJust don't use WIFI17:19
brian|lfsproblem solved17:19
koribrian|lfs: not using wifi on a laptop would SUCK17:20
brian|lfsyes I know17:21
brian|lfswanted to see if anyone was paying attention17:21
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john_cephalopodabrian|lfs: :D17:31
john_cephalopodaWould kinda suck to run through the university and spoof some MACs to be able to use the LAN there.17:31
john_cephalopodaThey got MAC filters installed, they only work with the IP telephones there. And I suspect that they added a firewall behind that.17:32
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jueonodera: use wpa_supplicant.conf which is already installed by the port, I'll fix the README17:58
onoderayeah thanks, i got wifi working17:59
onoderathis is the first time my wifi on linux just works when booting17:59
onoderaquite proud of myself, lol17:59
juegood :)17:59
brian|lfslol18:05
Wildefyronodera, !!18:35
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tsaopfor those having red text and shadow on firefox with xorg 1.18.2, I fixed it by applying this patch from the Arch Linux PKGBUILD: https://projects.archlinux.org/svntogit/packages.git/tree/trunk/0001-glamor-swizzle-RED-to-0-for-alpha-textures.patch?h=packages/xorg-server&id=2cfaaed568ab8cf3c238e45ea582d3a5a3cae39419:44
WildefyrI'll just not upgrade20:56
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frinnstno issue with the next firefox btw21:49
frinnsthttps://cgit.freedesktop.org/xorg/xserver/commit/?id=a288cf58a0dc0f965a6f964c76bb86bb1989d797 upstream commit21:50
frinnsti'll apply it21:50
cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: harfbuzz: updated to 1.2.421:54
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.2]: xorg-server: added patch for glamor regression22:02
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skrzyphttp://www.linux.org.ru/gallery/12443577.jpg - this is how anime is done today23:23
onoderanice23:27
onoderais that scrot yours?23:27
Wildefyrprofessionals using blender?23:27
Wildefyrbetter than most open source softs23:28
Wildefyrah finally xorg-server compiles23:31
Wildefyrnot sure if your patch fixed it for me frinnst but it was broken for several days23:31
onoderaI heavily prefer blender of 3dsmax/maya23:33
onoderathough I do use the 3dsmax preset on blender, lol23:33
Wildefyrheh23:33
Wildefyrlike all propitary software it's inbedded in the idustry though23:33
onoderayeah...23:34
onoderablender is really good though23:34
Wildefyreven for an indie game I know some guys are making out of 3/4 only 1 uses blender23:34
onoderamost 3d suites only focus on one thing, blender can do sculpting, rendering, modelling, compositing, etc. the blender foundation also releases these amazing showcase films every few years23:35
onoderawhich I think really help the open source art industry, maybe now that krita is really gaining traction, open source art will be more common23:35
Wildefyrhopefully23:36
Wildefyrthe more people who use it, the bigger pool there is to contribute23:36
frinnstWildefyr: no, that patch didnt change anything like that23:46
Wildefyrhuh odd23:47
frinnstit just changed 2-3 lines of code or something23:47
Wildefyrmaybe they patched upstream or something23:47
frinnstno, i just added that patch23:47
frinnstyou must have had something broken on your system23:47
frinnstif xorg-server just randomly fails to compile something is very wrong23:48
Wildefyrwell something is suddenly very right because it compiled just now23:49

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