IRC Logs for #crux Sunday, 2018-06-24

pedjathe reasoning being that I'll surely want to subscribe to encrypted extra channels at some point. err, nope.00:00
pedjalike I give a damn about sports00:02
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pedjarmull, is usb id for that tuner 2040:0265?00:20
pedjaif it is, you'll need 4.17 or later kernel to be able to use both tuners00:21
rmullMine is 2040:826d00:21
rmullI am on 4.1700:21
rmullIt's a "wintv-dualhd"00:22
pedjaatsc/qam variant, I guess00:26
rmullYeah, you're right, it says that on the back00:34
pedjarmull, what are you using as a kodi box? openELEC, Ubuntu, CRUX?00:37
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rmullpedja: libreelec01:29
rmullOn an intel nuc01:29
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darfo^^^ for dealing with the upgrade of qt5 to 5.11.002:48
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onoderacan I somehow pass flags to wget when downloading the source of a port12:12
onoderalike specifiy these flags in the pkgfile12:12
john_cephalopodaonodera: Hmm, the configuration specifies PKGMK_DOWNLOAD_PROG="wget". Maybe you can set it from within the build script?12:24
onoderai tired that but didn't get it working12:24
onoderaI need what they are doing on line 1412:24
john_cephalopodaonodera: Can you upload the pkgfile somewhere so I can experiment around with it?12:25
onoderathis rn doesn't work because the referee link is missing12:27
john_cephalopodaonodera: I got it to work.12:29
onoderanice, how?12:29
john_cephalopodaPKGMK_DOWNLOAD_PROG="wget --referer -N %u"12:29
john_cephalopodaAdd that line directly under the source=... thing in the Pkgfile.12:29
onoderathanks :)12:30
john_cephalopodanp :)12:30
onoderaI was play9ing around with DOWNLOAD_OPTS12:30
pedjarmull, you'll be fine, then, Kodi wiki has a series of articles setting that up12:43
onoderanice, I got blender to run using opencl :)12:48
pedjaonodera, which AMD gpu do you have?12:50
onoderait's a very small card but it works very well12:50
onoderaalso pretty cheap12:50
pedjaI use CUDA with blender12:51
pedjamakes a difference, even with my cheap-ass card :)12:51
onoderayou use it on crux?12:51
onoderawhich port?12:52
onoderaalright :)12:52
onoderawhat do yuo use blender for?12:52
pedjaas of now, fixing 3d models I got from photogrametry12:53
pedjabut I do enjoy watching BlenderGuru's video. he is cool12:54
pedjatbh, it is much easier to pick up Blender basics then Gimp :)12:55
pedjaonce you wrap your head around the concept of workspaces12:57
pedja2.8 will be fun to play with, once it's out12:58
onoderaphotogrammetry is very itneresting13:00
onoderayeah I've been waiting as well13:01
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pedjaI find Meshmixer more intuitive than Blender for cleaning up/manipulation of 3d models, thou13:17
pedjamostly because I don't know Blender that well :)13:18
pedjayeah, photogrametry is pretty cool. pretty demanding, resources-wise, too13:19
pedjaif you want high quality models, you need a lot of 5-8Mp photos, and processing that needs a lot of computing power13:21
pedjaand CUDA-card with more that 2Gb of ram13:22
pedjabut, even with limited resources and pretty lousy photos, the results can be pretty good.13:25
pedjathere is some dark, math magic going on there :)13:25
pedjaonodera, does Blender has to be explicitly built to use openCL or it automagically picks up that the system is capable of it?13:28
pedjait would be cool to have Blender port that supports both CUDA and openCL, imho13:29
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pedjainteresting. when Blender cmake detects both legacy and libglvnd libs, it defaults to legacy13:42
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: qt5: 5.11.0 -> 5.11.114:19
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cruxbot[core.git/3.4]: ca-certificates: update to 2018062014:25
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: qpdf: update to 8.1.014:27
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: dialog: update to 1.3-2018062114:27
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: pulseaudio: updated to 12.014:57
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: nss: updated to 3.3814:58
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: pulseaudio: signature fix23:32
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frinnstAll this said, note that the HiFive is no more open, today, than your average ARM SOC; and it is much less open than, e.g., Power. I realize there was a lot of hope in the early days that RISC-V implied "openness" but as we can see that is not so. There's blobs in HiFive.23:53
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rmullhmm, i'm interest in reading that, link?23:59
rmullI was feeling optimistic about that stuff23:59

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