IRC Logs for #crux Tuesday, 2019-01-15

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timcowchiptrying to install but when I select core, opt and xorg package sets all together, I get this
timcowchipI can install any one package set or any two, but not all 3 without getting an "abort installation" popup09:17
timcowchipnot exactly a popup, more of a dialog box09:23
timcowchipI need a new image hosting site.09:24
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timcowchiphere we go:
timcowchip649f496989cc72b35c875a4fee7027a6  crux-3.4-updated.iso09:32
timcowchipmd5sum checks09:33
timcowchiphas anyone else installed the updated iso from 13-Jan-2019 17:19?09:37
timcowchipI assume jaeger checked it09:37
john_cephalopodatimcowchip: When you run "scrot -d1", it will wait one second before the screenshot is taken. In that time the command box usually disappears, so you'll get a screenshot without that showing.09:40
john_cephalopoda(I usually use -d3 when screenshotting games, so I got enough time to unpause them)09:41
timcowchipthanks <john_cephalopoda>, I just realized I can use virtualbox to take a screenshot09:47
john_cephalopodatimcowchip: Right, that works, too :D09:48
timcowchipis there a pkgadd flag for the xorg set?09:53
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korihey #crux10:19
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john_cephalopodaHey kori!10:24
john_cephalopodaLong time no see!10:24
korihow y'all been?10:24
john_cephalopodaQuite well, you?10:25
koripretty good10:28
korihow's crux going? it's been probably two years since i've used it, which is kinda crazy10:28
koriit doesn't feel that long ago at all10:28
john_cephalopodaNow much change. The biggest change is probably that the 6c37 repo is archived and gone. :รพ10:29
koriwell, gone it ain't10:30
koriit's still there...10:30
john_cephalopodaIt's tagged "archived" on github and not maintained any more.10:30
koriyeah, it's archived, but not gone10:30
john_cephalopodaAlso gone from the repo list.10:30
korirtlanceroad did the bulk of the work since i left10:30
koriand he vanished somehow10:31
korijohn_cephalopoda: kind of a shame, i'm very proud of the font ports I made10:31
john_cephalopodaSome stuff went to contrib.10:31
korilook at this! this is beauty!10:31
john_cephalopoda"Clear Sans, a New Font Optimized for Small-Screen Readability"10:43
john_cephalopodaThe site font is so small that it's unreadable on a 15'' monitor.10:43
korii'm using Inter UI now10:44
john_cephalopodaI am using Hack.10:44
john_cephalopodaIt is pretty nice. It clearly differentiates "1lI" and "0O".10:45
john_cephalopodaMy android phone doesn't do that.10:45
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jaegerjohn_cephalopoda: the dependency list on the ISO probably got corrupted somehow, I'll take a look14:45
john_cephalopodajaeger: It wasn't my question, it was timcowchip's.14:55
jaegersorry, I see that now, misread the log of your scrot comment14:55
john_cephalopodajaeger: It's fine15:01
jaegerAh, somehow dbus-glib is still missing. I could swear I added that but the git log says I'm wrong :P15:07
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joacimjohn_cephalopoda: I use profont/monaco for that reason. All of those are very different and easy to tell apart in my terminal15:48
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d9aI just want to applaud the documentation. I'm looking at install CRUX for the first time, and the handbook is really straight forward. After reading through it, I feel like I have a decent understanding of CRUX. Thanks17:03
joacimwhy i like simple systems so much. they often come with better and easier to follow documentation =)17:22
d9aThis is the main appeal of crux to me. Just how simple it is.17:22
AnselmoI like, ran around between all sorts of distros before (mostly) settling here17:25
d9aYeah. That's what I've been doing.17:25
Anselmoand dont see myself leaving anytime soon17:25
d9aI have been distro/GUI hopping a lot recently17:25
d9aThinking if I take the time to use something simple and build what I want instead of changing between prebuilt stuff I'll be happier.17:26
d9aI think my biggest fear of using crux right now is just the kernel options, but I should learn how to figure that out instead of it keeping me away. haha17:29
dbrookeyou can always start with the config from the installation kernel and then add/remove things17:42
dbrookeI probably still have a lot in mine that I don't need17:42
d9aThat's a good idea17:43
dbrookeI'm pretty sure you can just  zcat /proc/config.gz17:44
d9aI'll also want to figure out an easy way to save how I set it up, so that installs are easy. Don't see myself reinstalling frequently, but a goal of mine is to have an easily replicated setup17:44
dbrooketo get the config of the running kernel17:44
d9athanks dbrooke17:45
d9aI guess I had a question. Do any of you use full disk encryption with luks?17:47
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john_cephalopodajoacim: Same for hack-ttf.17:58
joacimso frustrating with fonts where such characters are almost identical :(17:58
joacimalways have to copypaste the string to a different application17:58
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jaegerd9a: I do not, but should be doable with a ramdisk19:46
d9aI just found the wiki page, so it's a good start. I will give it a go.
jaegerThe guy who wrote that page has been awayish for some time so it may need updating19:50
d9aYeah. I was going to try to adapt it. I also was about to mail the mailing list (which I might still do) before finding it.19:52
jaegerok :)19:53
onoderathe new watch releases option of github is really nice19:53
onoderafor port maintainers.19:54
onoderaespecially since even many projects that aren't officially developed on github have a github mirror19:54
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joacimi use their rss feeds for that20:16
joacimmany developers dont have blog/news sites with feeds for some reason20:17
joacimbut github release pages have feeds20:17
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