IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2016-10-17

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Romsterjohn_cephalopoda, oh i know what you need then after finddeps and remove gcc glibc binutils... i use findredundantdeps -s foo01:10
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marakuis there any way of enabling multicore compression on pkgmk?02:06
marakuin big packages, creating the footprint and compressing (using xz) takes a long time (like for texlive)02:07
Romsteri've in the past modified pkgm to use pigz but that was for gz02:19
Romsterpkgmk*02:19
Romstertar -c --use-compress-program=pigz02:20
Romsterwell there is pixz02:21
Romsterhttps://github.com/vasi/pixz02:21
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marakueven in xz there's a -T option to use as many cores as possible, but pkgmk uses bsdtar...03:01
marakuor rather, it's -T 0, which uses $(nproc) threads03:03
marakubut is the only way to do this using a modified pkgmk?03:03
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jaegerunless there's a bsdtar with multithread support, yeah03:34
marakuthanks for the info03:37
marakuI think I'll modify pkgmk to use gnu tar with XZ_DEFAULTS="-T 0"03:37
marakualso, I saw in the pkgutil changelog that gnu tar was replaced with bsdtar. do any of you remember why?03:39
jaegerI think because libarchive was already used and it includes bsdtar03:40
jaegerbut there might be some other reason I don't remembert03:40
jaeger-t03:40
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frinnst2_Re: [oss-security] Re: Fuzzing jasper08:44
frinnst2_i keep reading that subject as "fucking jasper" and always wonder what he did wrong08:44
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frinnst2_wtf ubuntu?12:47
frinnst2_# apt remove isc-dhcp-client12:48
frinnst2_..12:48
frinnst2_0 upgraded, 42 newly installed, 9 to remove and 0 not upgraded.12:48
frinnst2_Need to get 40.4 MB of archives12:48
frinnst2_After this operation, 147 MB of additional disk space will be used.12:49
druid_droid:)12:57
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john_cephalopodaHi14:19
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newbie--$ sudo apt remove isc-dhcp-client20:37
newbie--... 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 4 to remove20:37
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john_cephalopodanewbie--: Aptitude?21:34
frinnstubuntu? what version?21:37
frinnsti ran 16.0421:38
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frinnst:)21:51
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john_cephalopodaI tried ubuntu once, many years ago. Their dual-boot auto detect wrecked my windows system partition and then Ubuntu didn't work either.21:59
john_cephalopodaAfter that I went sabayon -> arch -> crux (+arch on laptop).22:00
frinnstuse it for some servers at work22:03
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john_cephalopodaUnfortunately the audio things in crux are not that well-documented.22:18
abenzaudio?22:19
abenzbasically install alsa and all good22:19
onoderaisn't alsa part of the kernel?22:21
abenzright, need to enable in kernel too22:22
abenzalsa-lib and utils22:22
abenzto be installed with prt-get22:22
john_cephalopodaabenz: First of all, the configuration is not really good, so it took me a long time to get two sound cards working at the same time.22:26
john_cephalopodaabenz: And second, when I really want to do audio, I need jack, which doesn't work out-of-the-box.22:27
abenzI see22:32
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pedjathe beauty of Crux is that you can use upstream docs to set something up, and not fight with the distro way of doing things most of the time.23:07
pedjasome may think that is the weakness, but I prefer it.23:08
pedjaand I am not, by any means, 'an advanced user'.23:11
abenzbut crux is an distribution for advanced linux users ;)23:15
abenzso by definition that makes you an advanced user ;)23:16
onoderafeels good man23:47

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