IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2017-03-04

cruxbot[xorg.git/3.3]: [notify] xorg-server: updated to 1.19.2. Fix for CVE-2017-2624.00:24
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: lxc: 2.0.5 -> 2.0.700:54
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timcowchiptek: are you maitaining now?01:21
timcowchipif so, could you publish mine?01:23
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python ports: FS#1380 - fix for python-pip related packages03:21
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j_vxorg-server depends on xorg-font-util, not in Pkgfile... need a bugreport or is this enough notice?04:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: update signatures04:28
j_valso replied to xorg-server recent notify email on ml giving more details04:28
Romsterj_v, i'll fix it later if no one bats me to it04:36
Romsterafk now walking the dogs04:37
j_vok, thanks for heads up...04:39
j_valso, fontconfig (as found on the iso) is built against harfbuzz, which is not listed as a dependency. this causes building anything that depends on fontconfig but not harbuzz to fail building in clean build environment with only core and deps installed. not sure if harbuzz should be added as dep or if the iso packages should built in a cleaner way, or something else all together04:49
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brian|lfsdid jaeger take a trip or something haven't seen him in like 3 days05:54
brian|lfsoh his name is in front of me duh05:54
brian|lfsmaybe I need new glasses with my money from my taxes05:55
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jaegerI'm here. Going on a trip next week, will be gone most of it05:57
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chinarulezzzAlan Mizrahi wrote a very good&useful patch:06:23
chinarulezzzadds an option to keep work directory only if the build fails:    /etc/pkgmk.conf: PKGMK_KEEP_WORK="failed"06:23
chinarulezzzcan we add it to pkgutils?06:24
chinarulezzzit's short and simple, I grabbed it from his multipatch:
SitriThat looks awesome06:58
brian|lfsI did fix my one description07:18
brian|lfsand my ports are finally public07:18
Romsterchinarulezzz, add a feature request to the bug tracker07:29
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just_funfrinnst: I don't know why github flagged my account.10:12
just_funThey unflagged it after I wrote them.10:12
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frinnstbut why would github flag an account?10:29
frinnstim curious as the reasons. granted I dont use github much and I dont intend to start either10:31
frinnstquestionable content? excessive usage?10:32
just_funI've logged from different IPs10:33
just_funincluding tor10:33
just_funand it it a new account10:33
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just_funthey told me something about spam10:34
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just_funand they won't flag it again10:35
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python-appdirs: 1.4.0 -> 1.4.210:41
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python3-appdirs: 1.4.0 -> 1.4.210:41
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python-pip: add warning about pip needing setuptools10:41
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python3-pip: add warning about pip needing setuptools10:41
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tsaopsignature mismatch for python-appdirs10:43
Romsterseriously -_-10:44
just_funmaybe prtverify should be followed by pkgmk -cs10:44
just_funHow do you test your ports? I'm thinking what should I do with mine.10:45
Romsteri use docker10:46
Romsterand prtverify10:46
just_funI guess I have to do something like: ck4up, pkgadd iso/core/*, chroot, pkgmk ... -us -uf, prtverify, collect the differences10:46
just_funI've loved docker10:47
just_funbut than I hate it10:47
just_fun:D like with systemd10:47
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: update signature10:49
tsaopmmh, might want to sign my ports too10:49
tsaopbut I would have to update my build scripts10:49
Romsterwhy hate docker?10:55
just_funreasons to hate:10:55
Romsterit's a good idea10:55
just_fun- not stable, changes options and stuff10:56
Romsterwell there is also lxd you can use10:56
just_fun- when doesn't work, you have to dig a lot to see why (eg. ipv6 disabled)10:56
just_fundoesn't work on ia3210:56
just_funa pain to build it10:56
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just_funand for what? chroot + overlay fs + namespaces?10:57
Romsterpain to build? prt-get depinst docker...10:57
just_funI didn't tried with crux10:57
Romsteri use lvm-direct it wasn't too difficult to setup, but i am using lvm already.10:58
just_funrunning progs with non-root users in docker images10:59
just_funI need to workaround a lot of thinks, and I ask myself if is it worth it10:59
Romsteri dunno man i don't have that many issues.11:00
Romsterfor my use case.11:00
just_funme, I find start-stop-daemon too complicated :)11:01
Romsterit simplified the scripts tremendously11:02
Romsterand made them all consistent.11:02
just_funcase $1 in start) daemon & ;; stop) pkill -f daemon;; esac11:03
Romsterexcept look at the daemon services scripts before start-stop-daemon got used.11:04
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just_funnot so beauty:;a=blob;f=cups/cups;hb=f6b4f033e72468fa31276f555cda02d0ee015b9311:14
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john_cephalopodaxorg-server fails to build.12:35 error: must install font-util 1.1 or later before running autoconf/autogen12:35
john_cephalopodaIt's no dependency of xorg-server.12:36
john_cephalopodaAnd contrib/youtube-dl STILL has the footprint mismatch.12:39
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: webkitgtk: 2.14.2 -> 2.14.512:51
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: libmp4v2: FS#1360 update source12:51
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: update signatures12:55
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john_cephalopodaVirtualbox latest is 5.1.1414:04
pedjahippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia is the fear of long words.14:23
pedjawe are playing 'random fact of the day', right?14:24
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tilmanpedja: i was about to call bullshit because of "equipedalia"14:37
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pedjawhen I watch '8 out of 10 cats does Countdown', words and numbers are the last thing I pay attention to(Rachel Riley is just too damn distracting ;))15:00
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john_cephalopodapedja: It's an old myth. It's actually a shorter word but was blown up.15:14
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tsaopRomster: python3 needs its pkgconfig file (python-3.6.pc) symlinked to python3.pc16:34
tsaopotherwise cmake cannot find it16:35
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john_cephalopodaI got some 3.6 vs 3.5 issues. Some programs (like libreoffice) show up in revdep.16:43
tsaopRomster: patch attached:
pedjalibreoffice always shows in the revdep output, they build it on the ancient centos machines, iirc17:01
pedjaanaconda does the same (glibc forward compatibility or something)17:02
pedjaso far, no one dared to make a (source build) port for libreoffice.I wonder why :)17:03
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just_funI dare you!17:06
pedjajaeger, good news: docker-17.03.0-ce needs the same libnetwork snapshot as 13.x.bad news: no such luck for runc and containerd :)17:07
tsaoppedja: it would make a nice benchmark for those new Ryzen chips17:08
pedjatsaop, apparently Ryzen 1700 builds QT in under 5 minutes :).so, yes, libreoffice would make a nice benchmark.17:09
tsaoppedja: QT without qtwebengine, I would presume17:10
tsaopI wonder how much time it takes for qt, qtwebkit and qtwebengine in succession17:10
pedjahm, I don't know.Interesting point.17:10
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pedjaI don't remember if qtwebkit is built by default (which they used, iirc)17:11
tsaopqtwebkit has been separated from the main qt-everywhere-opensource- tarball17:11
pedjasince when?17:12
tsaopeh, can't remember the specific release17:12
pedjaiirc, it was still in 5.6?5.7?17:13
tsaoplooking on their website17:13
tsaopthe first directory is 5.617:13
tsaopso I would presume from 5.6 onwards17:14
pedjaI am still at 5.7.117:14
tsaopsee here:
jaegerI made an openoffice source build a long time ago but it didn't really offer any benefit over the binary one17:16
jaegerAnd took a LONG time17:16
tsaopI tried building it with my old Q6600 at 3.2 ghz a few years ago17:17
tsaopIt took probably an entire morning17:17
pedjaif qtwebkit is separate now, why is 5.8.0 tarball almost 50Mb bigger than 5.7.1 :) ?17:18
pedjajaeger, you could use it as poor man's burn-in test17:20
jaegerI'd rather use something more useful such as real burntest tools or ISO bootstraps or somethinig17:21
tsaoppedja: MAGIC17:21
tsaopor probably qtwebengine17:21
tsaopI just extracted the 5.8.0 tarball and no qtwebkit related directories are present17:21
pedjajaeger, this was an interesting read
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jaegerI've used every tool he mentioned at some time or other in the past17:31
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joacimjust dont use memtest86+ 4.20 =)17:39
joacimmany builds of that version has a bugged test #717:39
joacimthe binary straight from memtest86+ works fine tho17:40
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j_vprt-get depends python3-setuptools outputs 'prt-get: cyclic dependencies found'18:30
j_vdamn, that may be my old deprecated package... nvrmnd18:31
timcowchipfrinnst: these are my ports now:
timcowchipI've removed quite a few that are duplicated, dead or otherwise unfit for crux users19:01
teK_timcowchip: I am (kinda)19:01
teK_did you send a request to contrib-admin@?19:01
teK_you did.19:01
teK_bitbucket or github19:02
timcowchipgithub if you can19:02
timcowchipRomster was right its a lot faster19:03
teK_there's no REPO file?19:03
timcowchipnot that I have a fraction of the ports that he does19:03
timcowchipis httpup-repgen the way to one?19:05
teK_httpup repos need one, yes19:05
timcowchipok I'll push one ti git19:06
timcowchipok pushed19:07
teK_should appear at in a few19:09
timcowchipthanks tek :)19:09
timcowchipI guess the signing key should be instead of timcow.pub19:10
timcowchipsame key different name19:11
timcowchipif that matters19:11
teK_sure. You have used all you repo changing tokens for the next 12 months for now19:11
timcowchipok then and thank you again:D19:12
tsaopteK_: can you list my KF5 ports on portdb?19:12
tsaopshould I write an email?19:12
teK__port_ or _repository_?19:12
teK_did you send a request already? Because for a new repo, I need more than your IRC nick and the repo name; see the application page in our wiki19:13
tsaopteK_: will do then, thanks19:13
tsaopwill also need to generate keys19:13
teK_and timcowchip the repo name still is timcow19:13
teK_so the key is fine19:13
j_vteK_: any plans to bump qemu-all and qemu-agent, now that qemu port is at 2.8.0?19:15
teK_didnt have time the other night19:15
j_vokay, not in any hurry, just didn't want to fork a port if you were planning on getting to it eventually19:16
teK_I still only have this shitty vmware CRUX install on my i5 laptop so I build these things on a different machine19:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: libgpg-error: 1.26 -> 1.2719:17
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: gnupg: 2.1.18 -> 2.1.1919:17
j_vromster : like the new python/python3 workings... was able to purge most of my python3 stuff, with expection of numpy, which is easier to package with the new python/python3 layout19:18
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vsteveI can't find mesa3d-32 for crux-3.2  is there one available?19:25
vsteveis that showing on the ports listing on  I wasn't able to find it19:27
vstevebut was...confused since it seems like a really vital thing19:27
teK_for 3.3 it is19:27
teK_our repos are built using git which uses branches per release and lives under
vstevebut shouldn't there be an older one available for 3.2?19:28
teK_i.e. the portdb only reflects the most recent dump of those git repos19:28
vsteveoh, huh19:28
teK_it is but not as portdb19:28
vstevethis saddens me, but i'll live19:29
teK_you always can git clone or simply have your .rsync files in /etc/ports still point to 3.219:29
teK_why? just rsync the 3.2 tree19:29
jaeger3.2 ports didn't go away when 3.3 was released. make sure your compat-32 repo is enabled and you'll get it19:30
vsteve@jaeger, I did that and still couldn't get it19:30
jaegerplease elaborate19:30
teK_please cat19:30
teK_like: $ cat /etc/ports/compat-32.rsync19:31
vsteveun momento por favor19:31 collection=ports/crux-3.2/compat-32/ destination=/usr/ports/compat-3219:31
teK_so you're good to go19:31
teK_maybe a ports -u compat-32 is needed but otherwhise it's fine19:31
timcowchiptek: should I have a Public Key link on portdb page?19:32
vsteveI AM SO DUMB19:32
vsteveI am ...very sorry19:32
jaegerforgot the ports -u part?19:32
teK_timcowchip: it is recommended, yes. Please send only the public part ;)19:32
vsteveI had been doing "prt-get mesa3d-32" because I'm in a room fulll of talking people19:32
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jaegerAh, heh19:33
teK_vsteve: :-)19:33
vsteve"prt-get install mesa3d-32" is plugging right along -_-19:33
teK_also: consider upgrading to 3.3 soonish19:33
vsteveoh?  do tell19:33
timcowchiptek: I did with my request to request to contrib-admin19:33
teK_Current release is 3.3.19:34
teK_timcowchip: ok19:34
vsteveoh, well ...yeah I mean I should update anyway19:34
vsteveno reason not to..that I can think of19:34
vsteveit might even fix my weird gpu issue19:34
tsaopI just noticed mesa 17.0.1 fixes Vulkan radv rendering on my GPU!19:34
tsaopthe demos now render correctly19:35
vsteveon  a different computer, I tried to get a 3 gpu setup, 2 gpus worked fine regardless of what slot they where in19:35
vstevethe kernel won't come up if I put in the 3rd card19:35
tsaopdid you also experiment with GPU passthrough?19:36
vstevewhat is gpu passthrough?19:36
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teK_timcowchip: paste your pubkey in here please19:38
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teK_no mail contained it or I am foolish19:38
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timcowchipthanks tek :)19:50
abenzvsteve: this reminds me of an option during kernel compile19:59
abenzmax num of GPU, default IIRC is 219:59
abenzdon't think this is relevant to your issue19:59
abenzbut give it a go20:00
vsteveabenz, I checked that first20:00
vsteveI gave up on it though because I had other systems starving for gpus so I just moved one around20:00
vstevebbl, upgrading to 3.320:01
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john_cephalopoda1 ** select ports.portname as portname, collections.collname as collname, collections.maintainer as maintainer, collections.colltype as colltype, collections.url as url from ports join collections on collection=collname where portname like '%cups%' order by portname, collection [nativecode=sqlite_query() [function.sqlite-query]: no such table: ports]20:02
john_cephalopodaThe portdb is broken?20:02
teK_am trying out somethiong :}20:03
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: qemu-agent: 2.7.0 -> 2.8.020:16
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: qemu-all: 2.7.0 -> 2.8.020:16
john_cephalopodaACTION F5s furiously 20:20
john_cephalopodaI got problems with printing.20:21
john_cephalopodaCUPS just doesn't want to let me. Tells me that any file format I try to print is unsupported.20:21
tsaopdid you install drivers?20:22
tsaopgutenprint and similar stuff20:22
tsaopand cups-filters20:22
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john_cephalopodaI installed gutenprint but not cups-filters yet.20:22
timcowchipI had the same issue20:23
timcowchipcups-filters fixed it forme20:23
john_cephalopodaThanks for the tip :D20:23
teK_john_cephalopoda: F5 once more20:27
j_vteK_: very cool, thanks!20:27
john_cephalopodateK_: Great, thanks!20:35
john_cephalopodatimcowchip: It works! Thanks a lot!20:35
john_cephalopodaHad to print out my train ticket for tomorrow.20:38
john_cephalopodaI pretty much never print :D20:38
timcowchipnice thing to print20:38
teK_your train company doesnt have an app for that?20:38
john_cephalopodateK_: Yeah, there's an app but I got CyanogenMod and no google account.20:39
john_cephalopodaFor a printer, I have got an HP LaserJet P3015. It's pretty fast. But I never use it :D20:39
timcowchipso my ports aren't on the portdb page anymore20:40
timcowchipit used to update once a day20:41
timcowchipdo I need to wait for the next update?20:41
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teK_wait a couple of minutes20:42
teK_from now on, the db will update every hour, starting at the 23th minute20:42
john_cephalopodaWhich wiki system is used for the crux wiki?20:43
timcowchiptek, cool :)20:43
teK_john_cephalopoda: pmwiki20:43
teK_this portdb thing has been annoying me for some .. years :o20:44
brian|lfsI imagine it is hard to keep working20:44
brian|lfsthanks for the maintenance teK_ and hard work20:44
teK_most times, it's fun20:44
brian|lfsfun is a good thing20:45
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john_cephalopodaOh, cool, the sourcemage people have put up the new website.20:47
pedjaso, if I add .gitignore to .gitignore, git will ignore .gitignore?gitception20:49
teK_I guess it does that ootb ;)20:49
john_cephalopodatsaop: I think it has been up longer.20:49
brian|lfs sourcemage tried it years ago don't recall why I didn't care for it20:49
john_cephalopodaI hung out in the sourcemage channel for some time. Nice guys, interesting distro.20:50
brian|lfshmmm the chip
brian|lfsknockoff of the raspberry pi20:51
john_cephalopodaI am not really a fan of all that magic terminology though20:51
brian|lfsyes magic is the way of the devil20:52
pedjateK_, is there a way to use port signing with fakeroot apart from passing -sk $foo.sec every time?21:02
teK_why is that necessary?21:03
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frinnstworks for me out of the box21:05
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pedjathat was fun21:09
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: qemu-{agent,all}: update signature21:42
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: wireshark-headers: initial import21:57
teK_pedja: test drive, please21:57
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: wireshark: 2.2.4 -> 2.2.521:58
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: wireshark-headers: update $name22:02
pedjateK_, it's all good, thanks.22:04
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: wireshark: update .footprint/.signature22:05
pedjathat's WS sorted, now if only Numix gtk theme didn't crash it every time :)22:08
teK_none of my business #YOLO22:09
pedjayou did your part, relax22:09
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brian|lfsany ideas about smpeg
brian|lfsit don't want to compile for me22:16
teK_tried sed 's/-Wnarrowing/-Wno-narrowing/g' ?22:18
brian|lfshmm I'm using the contrib package22:18
teK_poke the maintainer22:19
tsaopit's a known problem with GCC 6, AFAIK22:19
brian|lfsthat's jaeger22:19
teK_this simply is a compiler warning and it probably treats all warnings as errors and this changed with a newer compiler version etc.22:19
tsaop try this patch22:19
jaegerthat's not jaeger, actually22:21
brian|lfsah ok22:22
teK_It's aussie.. again22:23
brian|lfshow do I downlaod the patch wget pulls http junk22:24
brian|lfsalways have that problem pulling patches22:25
tsaopadd it locally to the source array22:26
tsaopthen regenerate md5sums22:27
brian|lfsyes I know that but how do I downlaod it22:28
brian|lfsit just pulls http junk22:28
brian|lfsI mean html22:28
tsaopclick on the link and it should download the patch22:28
brian|lfsah ok in the past I was uusing chromium but chromium is borked on CRUX 3.322:29
brian|lfsso obviously firefox treats patches differently22:29
brian|lfsI'll try this patch when I get home about to take off22:29
pedjaif I enable 'update list of packets in real time', Wireshark doesn't crash.I can live with that.22:33
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pedjareal men use tcpdump, anyway22:36
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