IRC Logs for #crux Tuesday, 2018-08-07

jaegermade a quick ansible port and some deps to play with00:07
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brian|lfsI finally got around to putting CRUX back on my main system jaeger00:51
brian|lfswaiting for my ports to update00:51
brian|lfsthen I will work on a kernel00:52
jaegerHopefully going smoothly00:56
brian|lfsFinished release [optimized] target(s) in 13.13s01:04
brian|lfsfor rust not bad01:04
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brian|lfsshould I enable    [ ] Disable the 32-bit vDSO (needed for glibc 2.3.3)  or am I safe01:23
brian|lfslooks we are on 2.27 right now so I guess now01:24
ryuobrian|lfs: ubuntu doesn't even enable that anymore. lol01:30
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brian|lfslol02:07
brian|lfsI haven't looked at a kernel in ages lol02:08
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jaegerbrian|lfs: save your config for future use, once it's working. saves a lot of time later02:24
brian|lfsya I agree it got deleted in error02:25
jaegerah02:34
brian|lfswell kernel worked first shot02:40
brian|lfsbut I've learned to take my time on kernels02:41
brian|lfsdon't rush02:41
brian|lfs\[\033[1m\]$ \[\033[0m\]02:51
brian|lfshuh thats what my prompt shows as a normal user lol02:51
jaegershell not set to bash, probably02:52
brian|lfsya that's what it was03:00
brian|lfswow how about the Cleveland Browns they are 1 and 31 over the past 2 years lol03:14
brian|lfsnetworkmanager needs python-six as a dep03:27
brian|lfspr python3 maybe03:27
brian|lfsdidn't look that hard03:27
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brian|lfsgoing good so far just waiting for packages to install04:00
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brian|lfs https://paste.pound-python.org/show/EiIux07TPiXpvEQJoidG/05:17
brian|lfsany ideas05:17
smolboyehelo05:28
smolboyeim planning to setup my own set of ports separate from the portdb05:28
smolboyeso do i need to still set everything up with httpup05:29
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joacimsmolboye: no. you just need to make a folder to contain all your ports, and point to it in prt-get.conf07:07
smolboyeyes done07:07
smolboyei figured it out, thanks!07:07
joacim=)07:08
joacimbrian|lfs: i have no idea :(07:09
joacimfails on my system too07:12
smolboyeis there a way to see what i have installed from which port?07:19
joacimyou mean files installed?07:22
joacimpkginfo could do that i think07:23
smolboyena i mean what package has been installed fro what port07:41
smolboyei want to know the port for a package07:42
joacimprt-get dependent i think07:50
joacimif you want to see what dependencies of a package, just prt-get depends07:51
joacimif you want to see what depends on a package, you use dependent07:51
smolboyecan you try installing neovim from 6c37? it fails for me07:56
smolboyesays a lua interpreter cannot be found. but i do have lua installed07:56
smolboyeand all other dependencies07:56
joacimdo you have all dependencies for neovim installed?08:03
smolboyei do08:03
smolboyeactually, nevermind. i got it. im gonna make a port out of it.08:03
joacimand lua, lua51, and lua52?08:03
smolboyei could build it through neovim git08:03
smolboyebut not with the port08:03
smolboyeim gonna make one myself, then08:04
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pedjajaeger, wrt ansible port, python or python3?09:44
pedjaI need to check/update deps for it one of these days09:46
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: [notify] thunderbird: updated to 60.0. Now depends on rust10:15
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: squid: update to 4.210:18
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: hpcups: update to 3.18.710:18
smolboyei made a port for noto fonts10:30
smolboyethe ones we have are kinda borked10:31
joacim_we_ dont have one. theyre all user made10:33
joacimcore, opt, xorg, compat, and contrib would be more official ones. anything else is done by users10:34
smolboyeyeah10:40
smolboyelol10:40
smolboyesorry10:40
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pedjaSourceCode/Sans ftw10:41
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pedjayay, yet another Serbian bad guy in a American TV show. this time, a highly educated one :)12:30
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: gtkglext:  ->13:42
jaegerpedja: python2 currently, might try with 3 later13:42
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pedjame too. works fine13:43
Romsterah why do i do this.... with the commit logs... i need to add a sanity check in.13:43
smolboyehow do i enable suspend on acpid13:43
smolboyelike uh13:43
smolboyei know how to configure acpid13:43
Romsterfixed compile13:43
smolboyebut what do i use?13:43
smolboyealso Romster suspend is broken in your ports13:44
pedjaRomster, could you bump pip to 18.0 when you have some spare cycles?13:44
Romstercan you email me any things about my ports please so i can look at them sometime.13:44
Romsteri am so losing tack on irc. of my ports.13:44
pedjawould*, rather13:44
Romsteron my list pedja13:44
smolboyeah okay will do13:45
Romsterit's listed in the Maintainer: field in the Pkgfile13:45
pedjathanks, Romster13:45
jaegersmolboye: maybe install pm-utils and have it call pm-suspend13:45
smolboyeoh yeah totally forgot13:45
Romstermy memory hasn't been so great with work and everything going on that i can't track every port on irc now.13:46
smolboyealso are you the polybar creator jaeger13:46
smolboyeACTION thinks13:46
jaegerI am not13:46
Romsterprt-get info polybar13:46
smolboyeah na that was jaagr13:46
smolboyemy bad13:46
smolboyetoo similar names, i dont even use polybar13:46
jaegerNor do I13:47
Romsteri have no clue what that is smolboye13:47
jaegermight try it with i3 sometime, though, see how it compares to i3blocks13:48
Romsterbrian|lfs, ^ fixed gtkglext13:48
Romsterif i do see it in chat and i read/remember about it like tcl/tk needs a bump too. i'll try and get that done13:49
Romsterthat reminds me, how did you go with mingw and dxvk jaeger ?13:49
Romsterwould be nice to add that to wine eventually.13:49
jaegerPrebuilt dxvk worked pretty well. Haven't gotten a mingw build done yet13:50
Romsterah i did have a mingw done years ago wasn't easy13:51
Romstertoolchains are such a pain.13:51
jaegeryeah, definitely can be13:51
pedjawhat would be the point of building dxvk?13:53
jaegerSame as anything else, if you want to use specific flags, etc.13:54
Romsteri prefer to build as much from source on the system it runs on.13:56
pedjalooks like too much work to me :) now, if there is any gain in it, go for it13:56
Romsterand use shared libs where possible.13:56
Romsteri dunno firefox thunderbird wine others could be all binary i guess13:56
Romsterbut then you don't know if or what's in the built binary13:57
pedjaI use binary firefox, can't be bothered to build it13:57
Romsterhonestly i like to tinker and build everything form source or it just feels bad that i use binary stuff, already got black box of steam and nvidia13:58
pedjareproducible builds are a cool concept13:58
Romsterthen you are stuck with there settings.13:58
Romsteri guess personal preference13:59
Romsterjust like i like to compile openjdk8 for my system.13:59
pedjatbh, even if I had more powerful machine, I just wouldn't bother building some stuff13:59
smolboyehm installed pm-utils, i can run /usr/sbin/pm-suspend but adding it to acpi default.sh does nothing14:01
smolboyei have acpid running btw14:01
jaegerNot sure there, I just use a hotkey14:02
pedjait takes a while to get used to not waiting for stuff to build when I use distribution that ships binaries14:02
pedja'zypper in whatever', and off I go :)14:03
jaegerYou just need more computers, and faster ones :) So you can mess with another while things are building14:03
pedjaheh/ my cat would love that, so I don't bother her while qt5 or llvm are compiling14:03
Anselmoha14:03
jaegerhehe14:04
Romsterdistcc and like got 10 machines so i got options14:05
pedjaI could spin up a build cluster in the cloud somewhere, only if 1. I could afford it 2. cloud providers didn't reject my debit card :)14:11
smolboyethis is really weird. acpi_listen can see all of the stuff14:13
smolboyebut default.sh doesnt work14:13
pedjanice. I had no idea that 'ip' has color and brief options14:16
smolboyeok got it to work, im stupid.14:23
jaegerWhat was missing?14:39
frinnsthttps://lwn.net/SubscriberLink/761939/e55c90d6ccf9ae7e/ wireguard article14:42
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: [notify] python-pyquery: 1.2.9 -> 1.4.0 renamed from pyquery14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: [notify] python-lxml: 4.2.1 -> 4.2.4 renamed from lxml14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: [notify] python-html5lib: 1.0b10 -> 1.0.1 renamed from html5lib-python14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: [notify] python-cython: 0.28.3 -> 0.28.4 renamed from cython14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python-cssselect: renamed from cssselect14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python3-beautifulsoup4: initial import14:46
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: [notify] python-beautifulsoup4:  -> 4.6.1 renamed from beautifulsoup414:46
pedjalet's see if new libvirt builds with previous version installed15:04
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python3-twisted: 18.4.0 -> 18.7.015:20
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python-twisted: 18.4.0 -> 18.7.015:20
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: python3-pip: 10.0.1 -> 18.015:23
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: python-pip: 10.0.1 -> 18.015:23
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: youtube-dl: 2018.07.21 -> 2018.08.0415:24
pedjanope15:25
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python-beautifulsoup4: remove .md5sum15:43
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: python-cython: remove .md5sum15:44
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: remove .md5sum from python-cssselect and python-pyquery15:51
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.4]: xorg-server: update to 1.20.117:17
TimB_hey all, anybody else getting a signature missmatch for the .footprint for opt/json-glib?18:30
jaegerwill check18:55
frinnstyes19:02
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: json-glib: faulty signature for footprint19:03
jaegeryeah, saw the same19:07
TimB_k, cool19:22
TimB_jaeger: I saw you came around updating mate, thanks! I didn't have the time till now19:22
TimB_I will have to check where I foobard with the indicators :)19:23
jaegerwelcome... took a while but got it done19:27
TimB_bummer, just downloaded rise of the tomb raider, the native port, and it seg faults at starting19:30
TimB_warns me before though that it thinks my graphics card is not supported (gtx 760), and another game appears to run fine19:30
TimB_let's see if they care to answer on the bug report19:31
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pedjahm. why is python3 adding 'cpython-36m-x86_64-linux-gnu' to the name of the built library and python2 isn't19:50
pedjasame source19:50
pedjaapparently it doesn't matter how it is called, python script that depends on it loads it just fine20:41
Romsterpython3 or some other part of it probably calls it22:40
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