IRC Logs for #crux Saturday, 2018-09-22

pedja'underwater effect: none/classic/glquake'00:01
joacimvidfilter00:01
joacimand it has a different command for mipmap (gl_mipmap i think)00:02
joacimtraditionally both were set by gl_texturemode00:02
pedjaI haven't seen that option00:07
joacimi think many like it to look more like software mode00:08
joacimsince the low res textures just look very blurry with filtering00:08
joacimthats nearest or disabled for both filtering and mipmap00:09
joacimquake 2 is a bit icky with texture filtering too i think. unreal that came out just half a year later looks a lot more impressive i think00:16
joacimnicer lights, shadows, larger environments00:16
joacimnicer textures00:16
joacimnot as fun to play tho00:16
joacimwhich is the most important part00:17
pedjaI am not much of a gamer00:17
john_cephalopodaOh, the GP 100, only 5200€ and upwards. A bargain! :þ00:18
john_cephalopodaFor that money I can build a CPU renderfarm.00:18
pedjaI realized early on that I suck at it, so :)00:18
pedjacasual games, perhaps. but nothing that will make me spend a lot of time playing it00:20
pedjaexperimenting with Blender is much more fun for me00:21
pedjaI suck at that too, but I enjoy it00:22
john_cephalopodaNot a gamer either. My poor, little GPUs with their open-source drivers cry when I force them to do PBR.00:22
joacimim sure quake works :300:26
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john_cephalopodahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NBG-sKFaB0 <-- Demo ".kkrieger" by .theprodukkt, 96k binary.00:28
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beli3verHow could i start a service like nginx03:42
joacimsee /etc/rc.d/03:46
joacimusually something like /etc/rc.d/filename-of-service start03:47
joacimedit /etc/rc.conf to add a service so it stats when you boot03:47
beli3verThanks03:51
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beli3verexport $MAKEFLAGS="-j4" and everything is so fast07:24
beli3verLol07:24
abenzhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_S_nlcKJh408:37
abenzthinkpad with ryzen at last!08:38
abenzdoes anyone know what is he using to do the calculation at the shell?08:44
abenzhttps://youtu.be/l_S_nlcKJh4?t=87508:44
abenzI know about expr, eg (expr \) then enter my calculation.. but its not what hes using08:45
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pedjaabenz, looks like https://qalculate.github.io/screenshots.html09:42
abenzthanks10:05
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pedjaqalculate-gtk is pretty cool10:34
pedjaconversion, plotting (using gnuplot), all kinds of mathy things :)10:35
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pedjaI love how random OOM killer is. instead of killing Firefox, which is using the majority of RAM, it killed unbound11:40
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: xterm: update to 33712:35
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: poppler-qt5: update to 0.69.012:35
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: poppler-glib: update to 0.69.012:35
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: [notify] poppler: update to 0.69.012:35
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: apache: update to 2.4.3512:35
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: pmwiki: update to 2.2.10912:42
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: i3: initial release12:42
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: [notify] keyutils: update to 1.5.11, new dependency krb512:48
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crash_i3 in contrib nice :)13:14
AnselmoI remember when I used i3 . . .13:19
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crash_Anselmo: what are you using now instead?13:26
Anselmoratpoison / tmux13:26
beli3verJuhu, remove the other port13:26
crash_Anselmo: never tried ratposion, i3 is enough for me, no need to change13:27
Anselmohehe yeah13:27
crash_:)13:27
beli3verHow can I remove a package and all his deps13:29
Anselmouhm, I'm not sure if there is a proper way to handle the removal of a package and its deps13:31
Anselmoprt-get remove will remove a package, prt-get depends will list its dependancies13:32
Anselmosome of those dependancies may be neccisary for other installed packages13:32
joacimthere is pkgfoster, but i dont think it is a great solution13:33
joacimstuff like dnf and apt seems to handle such things well on their own. i remember emerge could do such things too13:34
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beli3verOk13:59
][_R_][pacman flags packages with "installed specifically" or "installed as a dependency", then you can list all of the former that aren't required by anything and uninstall them.15:12
][_R_][Err latter*15:12
jaegeryeah, that's a nice feature that I was planning to add to my own pkgutils rewrite15:12
joacimpkgfoster has its own list of stuff you want to keep. so it can be a bit dangerous if you dont pay attention =)15:12
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darfotried rebuilding cups-filters due to poppler upgrade but error16:46
darfofilter/pdftoraster.cxx:2166:11: error: 'memCheck' is not a member of 'Object'   Object::memCheck(stderr);16:46
darfoanyone else with cups-filter able to update after poppler change?16:47
darfo*cups-filters16:47
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pedjadarfo, I get the same error17:25
juesorry, my fault, I'll revert the poppler update until cups-filters is fixed by upstream18:11
juereported the issue already18:11
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: Revert "poppler-qt5: update to 0.69.0"18:13
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: Revert "poppler-glib: update to 0.69.0"18:13
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: Revert "[notify] poppler: update to 0.69.0"18:13
dbrooketexlive also failed to rebuild with the new poppler - https://stuff.dbrooke.me.uk/sp-GOSpU118:37
dbrookehas github broken the workaround to get sensibly named release tarballs? I was just updating my ports and getting download failed using a URL as per https://crux.nu/Wiki/DealingWithGithub18:41
joacimyeah they broke it18:46
joacimi plan on hosting my own distfiles. got a server ready, but need a hostname18:47
pedjastill works for some repos, iirc. it's completely random18:53
dbrookeI already have distfiles.dbrooke.me.uk (so that I don't have to do multiple downloads on my slow connection) but it's probably only internally accessible and normally gets automatically populated by pkgmk18:53
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: rsyslog: updated to version 8.38.019:00
dbrookethere seems to be some magic involved, when using firefox to download it the file gets a sane name but that doesn't seem to work for wget with the saem URL19:02
pedja'content disposition header' or something like that19:29
pedjafirefox developer tools are fun to play with :)19:30
dbrookeah yes, that header has a filname= parameter19:47
dbrookeand using wget with --content-disposition gives a sane filename19:49
dbrookenow to figure out how to make use of that feature ...19:49
Anselmoho gosh life x-x19:52
jaegerthe github tag method has worked for me lately still20:30
jaegerjust tested with libglvnd, works fine20:31
jaegercurl -LO https://github.com/NVIDIA/libglvnd/archive/v1.1.0/libglvnd-1.1.1.tar.gz20:31
joacimoh. they mustve fixed it20:34
joacimsome of my ports were broken because of it20:34
jaegeroops, typo'd that curl line but anyway20:41
jaegerinterestingly, the typo does result in the downloaded version matching the tag20:42
jaegerso even though the filename was libglvnd-1.1.1.tar.gz it was really version 1.1.020:42
jaegercurl -LO https://github.com/NVIDIA/libglvnd/archive/v1.1.0/ZOMGWTFBBQ.tar.gz <-- results in the same content20:43
jaeger5ed9218738892d5865cd68ce9cdcd5c3  libglvnd-1.1.0.tar.gz20:43
jaeger5ed9218738892d5865cd68ce9cdcd5c3  ZOMGWTFBBQ.tar.gz20:43
jaegerUnrelated, you can finally do 4k 144fps with 2 RTX 2080 Tis in SLI :P20:47
darfothanks jue!20:53
pedjajaeger, how many did you pre-order :) ?21:06
jaegerheh, none. too ridiculous for me21:07
jaegerI already have a 1080 ti, 1080, 1060, 750 ti, and RX 58021:07
jaegerthough the 1060 will be sold soono21:07
jaegers/soono/soon21:07
pedjawhat, 30% performance increase for twice the price isn't appealing to you?21:08
jaegerNot so much :P21:08
pedjaheh21:08
jaegerOnce I sell the system with the 1060 I might build that threadripper box I've been thinking about21:08
pedja2950x?21:09
jaegerMost likely.21:09
pedjanice :)21:09
pedjaif/when it happens, we expect a lot of pictures of it21:10
pedjait's been a while since someone posted hw pr0n here :)21:10
pedjawill you annoy frinnst and pair it with the 1080ti? or yo haven't decided yet?21:11
pedjayou*21:11
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: firefox: updated to 62.0.221:12
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: firefox-pa: updated to 62.0.221:12
pedjathey skipped .0.1?21:12
pedjaChrome got an UI facelift21:16
dbrookejaeger: thanks for making me look at the github url again, I hadn't spotted that my actual problem was they dropped a leading 'v' on the tag (I didn't spot it as I only looked at the previous tag to see what changed and that version was tagged both with and without 'v')21:16
dbrookehttps://github.com/steve-m/librtlsdr/releases21:17
jaegerdbrooke: ah, yeah. No problem :)21:17
pedjadbrooke, I see there are several forks of rtl-sdr/librtlsdr, all looking alike. why this one? is it most actively maintained?21:30
dbrookeit's mentioned as the official miiror on https://osmocom.org/projects/rtl-sdr/wiki/Rtl-sdr21:32
pedjaah, ok21:36
dbrookethough, having looked, there is https://github.com/osmocom/rtl-sdr which looks more like it should be the official mirror *shrug* - so many choices ...21:45
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