IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2016-04-09

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jaegerprologic: the docker seems to have changed upstream, md5 doesn't match now00:50
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jaegerdoes contrib/go build properly now? not sure if this issue is my system or the port:
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nwedoes someone know a goood site there I can find wallpapers?07:28 OLD SCHOOOOOOL07:28
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brian|lfshey jaeger I'll try it07:56
brian|lfsbeen messing around ons econd life and stuff07:56
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brian|lfsok now I"ll try08:03
brian|lfsits broken jaeger08:04
brian|lfs        imports no buildable Go source files in /tmp/go/src/
nwetilman: thanks :D08:45
tierd982choose categories on the left (below wallpaper)09:10
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: apache: update to 2.4.2011:59
cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: lvm2: update to 2.02.15011:59
cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: sqlite3: update to 3.12.111:59
cruxbot[core.git/3.2]: [notify] dhcpcd: update to 6.10.212:00
cruxbot[core.git/3.2]: libdevmapper: update to 1.02.12212:00
tilman$ man pthread_cond_wait12:04
tilmanNo manual entry for pthread_cond_wait12:04
tilmanwtf happened12:04
tired890sqlite3 md5 mismatch12:07
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tired890jue ^12:07
jueI hate it when they change the tarball without any announcment :(12:22
jueI compared the old and new tarball, looks like they regenerated configure, no changes to the program sources12:25
cruxbot[opt.git/3.2]: sqlite3: fix md5sum (silent update by upstream)12:27
juetired890: thanks for the hint12:27
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onoderaRomster: can you please update contrib/urwid from 1.1.1 to 1.3.1?14:07
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jaegerbrian|lfs: thanks for checking14:31
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wildefyranyone an expert with alsa?20:52
wildefyrI can't get my mic working at all, I can hear it if I enable loopback mixing in alsamixer, but I can't get arecord to record any input off the device..20:52
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wildefyrso using the loopback mixing I can hear the device just fine21:26
wildefyrbut I can't get any application to use this loopback mixing21:26
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wildefyrholy shit finally got it to work22:20
frinnstdid you need to sacrifice a virgin?22:27
tired890php is horrid22:28
tired890even the config files have no taste comments starting with ;22:28
frinnstrem ftw22:29
DaViruzrem :)22:29
DaViruzi dabble in assembly from time to time, i don't mind ;22:29
wildefyrI did frinnst22:32
wildefyrgonna have to sacrifice another to get a 10 year old game working in wine now too22:33
tired890run the game inside qemu VM, marry the virgin22:34
wildefyrbut then performance will suck22:34
wildefyrand I need a windows license22:34
wildefyrunless I pirated it (!!)22:34
tired890I'm sure the game is just some kinda phase22:35
tired890if you do it in a VM, rm -rf windowz.img22:35
tired890if in wine.. oh man I messed up my nice distro. clean install22:36
wildefyrwhat are you talking about22:36
tired890KISS principle22:36
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wildefyrah ha!22:42
wildefyrturns out it was an issue with mesa3d22:42
john_cephalopodaYou can pirate Linux from Weird site, not 100% sure if it is safe. ;รพ22:49
joacimuninstall wine, delete that wine dir?22:49
joacimdoesnt ruin anything22:49
tired890leaves windows traces in distro22:52
tired890clean install only fix22:52
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john_cephalopodaInstall linux on a VM, install wine on the linux on the VM?23:15
joacimwindows traces?23:16
joacimpackage manager removes the files installed by the package. everything else is contained under your home directory23:16
tired890no because the package manager  is merely removing the pointers to said files, they still exist on the disk and can be recovered23:19
joacimshred them23:19
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john_cephalopodaAlso the solution with a VM will leave no traces when you run it in RAM only.23:35
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tired890wonderful idea john cepha !23:36
joacimexcept you can restore data from ram23:36
joacimeven after poweroff23:36
tired890so mount a tmpfs first, install linux in a VM, install windows inside a VM in the linux VM, then run the game there23:36
john_cephalopodaLook, just dissolve your RAM in some computer in hydrofluoric acid after using it.23:38
john_cephalopodaProblem solved.23:38
john_cephalopodaWait, my sentence didn't make any sense.23:40
joacimis your computer made after 2009?23:40
joacimit is most likely fucked already23:40
john_cephalopoda*Just dissolve your RAM together with the rest of your computer in hydroflouric acid23:40
john_cephalopodaWell, it's time for an open-source CPU.23:41
john_cephalopodaAnd RAM.23:41
john_cephalopodaAnd everything.23:41
john_cephalopodaJust base it off the balanced ternary number system.23:42
john_cephalopodaI actually got some stuff to work.23:42
john_cephalopodaUsing NPN and PNP transistors.23:43
tired890joacim, thats terrible news.. but barebone motherboards almost always give the ability to disable secure boot23:46
tired890as for the "secure processor" stuff I'll need to read into that23:46
Romstertired890, you can just shred all the files in $WINEPREFIX then rm them after....23:57
Romsterif you are that paranoid, or use cryptosetup then remove the key after, not recoverable then.23:58
tired890that was a troll chat, I thought it was obvious23:58
john_cephalopodaA problem with non-x86 architectures is, that they often don't run proprietary software. Maple, matlab and other stuff that is shipped as binaries will not work out-of-the-box.23:58
Romsterlame troll chat when there are tools to wipe stuff and i take that stuff seriously.23:59
tired890I'm still reading responses to that original message, and not one of them mentioned speaking to your mayor, or in some way bring this to public attention23:59

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