IRC Logs for #crux Wednesday, 2018-02-07

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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: [notify] ffmpeg: CVE-2018-6621 closes FS#158107:22
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: [notify] p7zip: fixes for CVE-2016-9296.patch, CVE-2017-17969.patch, and CVE-2018-5996.patch. Closes FS#158007:45
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: p11-kit: 0.20.2 -> 0.23.9 closes FS#157910:34
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: hexchat: fix soname for enchant dynlib loading13:34
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python3-setuptools: 38.2.5 -> 38.5.113:34
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: python-setuptools: 38.2.5 -> 38.5.113:34
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: streamlink: 0.9.0 -> 0.10.013:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: python3-pycryptodome: 3.4.7 -> 3.4.1113:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: python3-pysocks: 1.6.7 -> 1.6.813:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: python3-websocket-client: 0.44.0 -> 0.46.013:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: youtube-dl: 2017.12.23 -> 2018.02.0413:48
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joacimhow do you do14:32
z3brafine and you all?14:39
AnselmoACTION seems generally not dead14:42
frinnsthalf dead here14:45
joacimmaking do with 2 hours sleep =)14:46
AnselmoACTION passes joacim some sleep14:46
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pedjaheh, ncurses update broke mono15:47
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.3]: slock: new maintainer16:26
jaegerI decided to order one of those xiaomi laptops from china, will be interesting16:30
jaeger <-- interesting keycap set16:32
jaegerI'm sure they will be too expensive, though :P16:33
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joacimmy guess it'll be about 60 dollars for the base kit17:00
joacimim used t o their kits being expensive tho. kits with addons that make them suitable for ISO and norwegian layouts typically end up being around 130 dollars17:05
joacimfrom the pictures that ive seen. their norwegian layouts dont look 100% correct either17:05
frinnstffs stop posting keyboard links!17:06
frinnstim going broke here17:06
frinnstACTION ordered a ducky one 2 skyline17:06
joacimwant one of these17:06
frinnstmy unicomp is too buggy. drives me mad17:07
frinnstshit firmware17:07
joacimwhat kind of bugs?17:07
frinnstif you hold down a key when you poweron the keyboard locks up17:07
frinnstif you dont reset the usb port when powering down the keyboard locks up17:08
joacimthat sounds annoying17:08
frinnstso after a hard lockup you need to unplug it17:08
joacimit would be a pain when using a kvm switch too?17:08
frinnstnot sure17:09
joacimgot a masterkeys s pbt as a spare keyboard. it has these annoying macro shortcuts that i sometimes accidentally hit17:09
joacimworst part i ordered one with blue switches, and they sent me one with red switches17:10
frinnst<3 blue17:11
joacimthe keyboard works well with macs tho. for some reason the layout end up being all kinds of wrong with my majestouch17:12
joacim"The MasterKeys L is equipped with a 32bit ARM Cortex processor for consistent precision and performance"17:12
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: lunzip: updated to 1.1017:13
joacimflashing it with your own firmware could be fun17:13
cruxbot[core.git/3.3]: bash: update to 4.4.1917:15
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: deadwood: update to 3.2.1117:19
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: maradns: update to 2.0.1517:19
cruxbot[opt.git/3.3]: samba: update to 4.7.517:19
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jaegerfrinnst: nice. I really liked my ducky keyboard18:08
ryuojaeger: quack, quack?18:11
pedjaDas Keyboard is way too mainstream, or what? I don't remember anyone mention it :)18:21
john_cephalopodaVolkswagen. Das Auto.18:23
jaegerI've heard good things about them but never used one myself18:25
jaegerI like code keyboards as well, that's what I'm typing on now18:25
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pedjajaeger, have you seen this ?18:29
john_cephalopodaIs that... a web service to configure our web services?18:31
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jaegerweird. first time I've heard of it18:41
jaegerinteresting idea18:42
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ryuonot too surprising. there was a website for recording the best practices for configuring SSL.18:57
pedjathere is also
jaegerssl is harder to get correct, I'd say... those tools don't surprise me much19:02
jaegeran apache configurator also wouldn't... but lighttpd or nginx, I wouldn't have expected19:03
jaegernice to have the option19:03
pedjaapparently, nginx is more often than apache used as reverse proxy/load balancer19:07
pedjait is interesting that there are multiple 'competing' web and dns servers, but only one ssh :)19:13
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john_cephalopodapedja: There's telnet!19:33
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ryuoOur IT department updated their password policies. Beef stew isn't an acceptable password. It's not stroganoff.19:57
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pedjadbrooke, I forgot about dropbear20:53
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dbrookeI've only actually used it on OpenWRT but looked to see if there was a port when you mentioned it21:02
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pedjaI see that LEDE runs on more hardware then just routers. cool21:15
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rmullLEDE and OpenWRT are merging back together, OpenWRT is the name going forward21:49
rmullIf you already knew - sorry!21:49
Romster<pedja> heh, ncurses update broke mono <- pretty sure ncurses also broke text placment in htop21:50
j_vwow, those guys change thier mind about that alot... or never really did. last time i read about LEDE and OpenWRT, they were talking about remerging and calling it LEDE21:50
pedjaj_v, that happened :)21:51
j_vand now they're going to change the name back to OpenWRT?21:51
pedjanope, LEDE is the project now21:52
j_vahh, ok... still, a great project, what ever they change the name to in the future21:53
pedjaOpenWrt code is 'legacy' now21:55
pedjaRomster, broke text placement how?21:58
pedjascreenshot would help :)21:59
pedjamono error message is very helpful, 'wrong magic number'22:00
pedjathere is an open GH issue about it, so the fix will come eventually22:01
john_cephalopodaHmm, has anybody ever run prtverify over the whole package tree?22:04
john_cephalopodaQuite some "FATAL: sgid directory found" messages with opt/mailman.22:06
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frinnstmailman is orphaned. feel free to send in a contrib application and move it there22:55
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