IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2019-03-18

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jaegerpedja: I fixed that one back on the 11th00:32
jaegerof last month00:33
jaegerprobably do need to check for updates but that CVE is patched, at least00:33
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timcowchipTimB: glad to help, nice job on the repo01:22
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cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: apulse-32: 0.1.2 -> 0.1.1211:07
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-xtrans-32: 1.3.5 -> 1.4.012:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxxf86dga-32: 1.1.4 -> 1.1.512:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxvmc-32: 1.0.10 -> 1.0.1112:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxrandr-32: 1.5.1 -> 1.5.212:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxmu-32: 1.1.2 -> 1.1.312:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxkbfile-32: 1.0.9 -> 1.1.012:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxft-32: 2.3.2 -> 2.3.312:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxext-32: 1.3.3 -> 1.3.412:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: xorg-libxdmcp-32: 1.1.2 -> 1.1.312:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: nss-32: 3.41.1 -> 3.4312:08
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.4]: freetype-32: 2.9.1 -> 2.10.012:08
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: wine: 4.3 -> 4.414:11
ryuook, who's been getting hammered? D:14:13
Romster99 bottles of wine14:17
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cruxbot[xorg.git/3.4]: mesa3d: update to 18.3.517:35
TimB_whoever uses mate not as a mate session might want to do: sed 's/OnlyShowIn=MATE;//g' -i /usr/share/applications18:25
TimB_for me, mate-settings only showed like a handful of options...18:25
TimB_uhm, and path is /usr/share/applications/*18:26
TimB_maybe this could be changed at packaging level? I don't see a harm for a vanilla mate session experience @jaeger18:27
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crux_userHello, having problems here... After kernel update, qemu / kvm permissions got messed up.19:18
crux_userUser keeps on kvm group, /dev/kvm have 660, udev rule is the same... as root virtual machine runs...19:19
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crux_user_... got disconnected ...19:22
Anselmouhm, what sort of error in qemu ?19:23
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crux_user_Sorry so much time to respond, is kvm group permission to (?) /dev/kvm ...19:36
crux_user_Was working before kernel and some packages where updated, everything looks like it should19:37
Anselmolike, group kvm owns /dev/kvm still ?19:37
Anselmowhats the actual error message from qemu ?19:37
crux_user_Could not access KVM module19:38
crux_user_In strace shows is the usual /dev/kvm19:38
Anselmohave you done modprobe kvm ?19:38
crux_user_Is owned by root:kvm and is 66019:38
crux_user_I have kvm built in kernel19:39
Anselmoso not as a module19:39
Anselmoand waiit if it works as root than that shouldnt be the issue19:39
crux_user_strange, was working [TM] ....19:40
Anselmoweird indeed. not sure what to say them19:40
crux_user_I wold not like to cheat, exp chmod 777 or wild owner/etc19:41
crux_user_I also tried the usual try fix reboot19:42
crux_user_I have the feeling it requires to build as module, so then when loaded get correct permissions... will try,19:46
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: libreoffice: 6.2.0 -> 6.2.120:21
TimB_tek__: mpd needs some attention O:)20:33
cruxbot[opt.git/3.4]: gdb: dont try building against guile 2.2, fixes FS#151521:49
tek__hey TimB_, in a second :-)22:00
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TimB_tek__: nice, thx :) Had to set a lot of configure flags to disable deps that weren't listed22:13
TimB_tek__: another thing maybe, texlive needs some love too. j_v did a lot of work, lette me search a link22:15
TimB_his page is offline...22:15
TimB_tek__: it's pretty much that IIRC, dunno if I had some changes with it, there are some more deps to it (harfbuzz with graphite2 support which would be great to have in opt/contrib)22:16
TimB_ this is the link to j_v's repo (when it's online)22:16
tek__texlive is a huge PITA as I am unable to get it to build in my sandboxed env atm :O22:17
TimB_try this Pkgfile then22:17
TimB_I have a copy of harfbuzz and graphite in my public repo (tb)22:18
joacimi love that the texlive footprint-file is 11MB by itself22:19
TimB_true, it's a pita22:21
TimB_so thanks for maintaining! :) I am a frequent user22:21
TimB_tried patching myself here and there, worked sometimes, broke again. j_v's solution works for quiet a while here now22:22
tek__TimB_: how does mpd fail for you exactly?22:34
tek__ is what I get22:34
TimB_I have used to build22:40
TimB_btw, there was another new dependency for this texlive build (which would be apreciated if adopted to the offical port)22:42
TimB_I think it was zziplib22:42
TimB_you find a working port in my repo as well22:42
TimB_or not, sorry, I'll link you a Pkgfile shortly22:42
tek__not looking at texlive tonight22:44
TimB_sure, no worries. I don't want to be pushy22:46
tek__it's been bugging me for quite some time though22:46
tek__what a mess @mpd :O22:46
TimB_lol yeah, sorry22:47
TimB_it's my personal overlay.. cleaning up is step 222:47
TimB_since I just ran into that, I have just done step 1, which was get it to run22:47
tek__the most funny thing is: I created the sandbox thingy to not include extra deps not listing them etc. and now stuff breaks for you22:48
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TimB_tracer_: heyo22:49
TimB_tek__: he :) I'm happy to make a change?22:49
tracer_Hi Tim22:49
tracer_I'm new to Crux, may I ask a stupid question?22:49
TimB_sure, shoot. I am not sure how long I'll be still around though22:50
tek__no stupid questions. just potential stuff answered by googling. give it a shot (asking)22:50
tracer_I was looking for a lean distro, tried gentoo and other stuff, none besides LFS was really lean. Now I found Crux, but it also brings dependencies towards GTK. If I want a clean system, must I change all files from  ports from kf5 and opt, or can I just overwrite those who demand gtk?22:52
TimB_mh, not sure how you mean that?22:52
Anselmoyou dont need gtk if you dont install things that require gtk22:52
TimB_in general, you are able to just enable core and maybe opt for a start22:52
TimB_and then try to go with what suits you?22:52
AnselmoI usually dont even use most of opt22:53
TimB_btw, I just got steam-native running on CRUX :)22:53
Anselmodepends what software you're aiming to use22:53
tracer_I want to build a straight KDE setuo. No GTK on my system. But there are dependencies towards GTK which I don't want. With LFS it was possible, but is has no package management.22:53
tracer_I just want to run KDE stuff. But kf5 frameworks-meta wants to install gtk.22:54
TimB_tracer_: you could trace which dep pulls gtk and then deny the install of that?22:55
TimB_maybe it's not needed. maybe it is.22:55
TimB_I don't use KDE22:55
Anselmoits also possible you might be able to change some build flags to not require gtk. but nor do I use kde so I dont know much about it ;-;22:56
tek__tracer_: you can always 'overwrite' individual packages by just introducing a repo of you own and placing it right after core in yur prt-get.conf22:56
TimB_true that22:56
tek__giving you a nice overlay for customized ports22:57
Anselmoor even before core :P22:57
tracer_Tim: how do I do that, sorry, I started a few hours ago with crux. I can grep which port demands gtk, I can make a prt-get --test to see what will be installed. But when I find the port, how can I disable it while still installing the meta-framework?22:57
tek__Anselmo: for the adventurous :P22:58
tracer_OK, I didn't find yet anything like USE-flags (I know them from gentoo) or how to overwrite individual packages, that's why I'm here :)22:58
Anselmotracer, the packages are stored in /usr/ports/, and you can go in there and manually edit the Pkgfiles22:59
Anselmothere arent things quite like useflags in crux, the Pkgbuild files contain scripts used to build and install indvidual packages22:59
tracer_OK, so, I create a local repo (httpup-repgen), with only those package I don't want and place that on top in /etc/prt-get.conf?23:00
tek__TimB_: I was able to reproduce the failure by just adding libmpcdec. Let me check what's betting: adjusting the include or disabling just that at ninja23:01
tek__tracer_: just copy the ports to a new directory added to prt-get.conf23:01
TimB_tek__: no worries. I didn't really have a look myself. Just wanted to check it out now23:01
tek__i.e. /usr/ports/tracers_stuff. Add this to prt-get.conf. Copy ports into it23:01
tracer_OK, thx, tek, I'll give it a try :)23:01
TimB_tek__: I mean I wanted to check out mpd coming from moc23:02
tek__TimB_: fixing the include yields different, additional errors. oh my.23:06
TimB_he :) fun times23:06
tek__that library is from 200723:07
tek__note: Old. Refer to above SV8 lib (compatible with SV7)23:07
TimB_yeah, sounds dusty23:08
tek__sv8 seems to be nonexistant in our repos. opting for disabling libmpcdec then.23:09
tek__sv8 is supported in mpd since 200923:09
TimB_I have gst-plugins-bad installed that depends on it, then again, I am not sure if I installed -bad just in case I should need it.. :^23:10
TimB_I'd opt to remove it too23:11
TimB_I am pretty sure I don't have a singe mpc file23:11
TimB_tek__: also, could you have a look over the lxc port?[0]=open23:12
TimB_not today ofc23:13
TimB_but I haven't got around but wanted to check out lxc23:13
TimB_would be nice to keep my repos in check23:13
tek__please add -Dmpcdec=disabled to your mpd pkgfile only see if this fixes things for you23:13
TimB_tek__: my Pkgfile already works? :^23:14
TimB_plays music to me right now just fine. but can try after the current batch is done23:14
TimB_some minutes I guess, not much23:14
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.4]: mpd: disabled support for libmpcdec as it causes build failures23:15
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TimB_tek__: building23:20
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TimB_tek__: curious question, why is it building with just one job? isn't it safe to build with more?23:23
TimB_tek__: opt/mpd builds fine now, thx23:24
tek__it failed at one point for me using -j8, yeah..23:24
tek__  ninja -C build -j ${JOBS-1}23:25
tek__for me this evals to -j723:25
TimB_that uses just one job for me23:25
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TimB_maybe it's something about distcc flags or I got them wrong, might be23:25
tek__in pkgmk.conf use: export JOBS=$(nproc)23:26
tek__I dont know/care about distcc23:26
TimB_will you have a look at lxc somewhen please?23:27
tek__looking at the full patch-paste in the bug entry atm >_>23:27
TimB_thank you :)23:27
TimB_dunno if you care, but I prepared a repo with all deps for libreoffice23:27
TimB_since you maintain the bin port23:28
crux_userproblem about qemu / kvm was a messed up /etc/groups file, some how ended with two groups :o23:28
tek__what about 3.x (also @ryuo)? Website recommends 223:28
tek__blerb wrong window.23:28
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