IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2019-07-22

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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: imagemagick: update to 7.0.8-5608:49
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: mysql: update to 5.7.2708:49
jolupagosh! How long can take QT5 to compile? O_O08:52
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joacima very long time =)09:38
joacimmake sure the lines in /etc/pkgmk.conf that defines the number of threads can be used is uncommented09:39
joacimby default, it will use every core available in your system once uncommented09:39
jolupaoh! shit I didn't do thta!! :D Well I have to wait...09:48
frinnstif you have lots of cores it will probably be faster to stop and start again :-)09:57
pedjaI am curious, how long does it take to build qt5 on a normal, modern CPU?10:06
pedja8+ cores10:06
pedjaUnfortunately, Crux spoiled other distributions for me (for a daily use case), so I guess I am stuck with it10:09
jolupawell... Only 2 cores as I'm on a really older machine.... Macbook 2009 white... But is still working...10:28
kviktook 16 hours on c2d craptop... i detest c++10:35
jolupaSo... with that timing I think is four hours to finish... Let's do some home work! :D10:36
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weednixhello crux'ers, there is anyone here doing crypto / token things and stuff ? What apps do you have ? I'm trying to port bisq and bitcoin, wold also search for more things to get prices, API's etc, etc...13:41
jaegerNot I, sorry13:45
weednixno problem jaeger, I'm just tired and was googling ... at the moment the browser is the only source of information...13:50
weednixabout bisq and bitcoin port, bisq-bin is not right, it blows, I think it have to be with java versioa...13:51
weednixand bitcoin it was zeromq that keeps giving error and I don't yet had patience and time to try identify the problem13:51
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: nextcloud-client: bump to 2.5.314:11
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: bzip2-32: 1.0.6 -> 1.0.814:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: xorg-libxcb-32: 1.13 -> 1.13.114:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: xorg-libpciaccess-32: 0.15 -> 0.1614:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: xorg-libice-32: 1.0.9 -> 1.0.1014:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: sqlite3-32: 3.28.0 -> 3.29.014:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: mpg123-32: 1.25.10 -> 1.25.1114:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libpng-32: 1.6.36 -> 1.6.3714:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: icu-32: 63.1 -> 64.214:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: glib-32: 2.60.3 -> 2.60.514:14
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: curl-32: 7.65.1 -> 7.65.314:14
weednix:O how you do so much updates so fast ? some kind of bot ? for example I use grep and sed to update all php pakages to same version...14:14
Romstercommit a bunch of stuff before git push14:15
weednixhummm, see14:16
Romsterplus we have our own methods for reducing the workload14:16
TimB_Romster: just checked check-32-versions today, a total time saver =)14:19
Romsterthat's how i do it, i modified it a tad from jaeger's snippet and packaged it14:23
TimB_I see :) good stuff14:24
Romsteri keep forgetting to do fontforge so i am doing that now14:24
TimB_Romster: if you want that one off your hands.. :)14:24
weednixsee you all later, thanks all ;)14:27
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Romsternot a bad idea i only seem to have 2 ports in romster that uses it14:27
Romsterbut it's in compiling right now14:27
TimB_ok, either way works for me14:29
Romsterhandy tip we used to set --mandir=/usr/man the default is usually /usr/share/man you don't need to keep --mandir=/usr/share/man in the majority of cases. just some very old programs kept using /usr/man do you need to set that.14:52
Romsteri also found bootstraping and git isn't needed anymore for fontforge14:52
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: fontforge: 20170731 -> 2019041314:56
Romsteryou can take over fontforge if you want TimB_ i've done my usual checks in a clean container14:57
Romsteri'm gonna get to sleep 1am14:58
TimB_Romster: will have a look, I had an email from dlcusa who needed git for fontforge, will have a look into that later15:22
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TimB_Romster: compared the two versions (fontforge). maybe bootstrap.sh did require git17:00
jaegerWhat's the proper way to update microcode on AMD systems currently? Does it happen automagically if you have linux-firmware installed?17:57
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stenurmust be linked early i think; i have (intel) compiled into kernel instead. https://wiki.gentoo.org/wiki/AMD_microcode18:05
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jaegerIntel definitely uses the early initrd method, I don't think that's valid for AMD18:06
jaegerthough I may be wrong18:06
stenurMust be early :)18:07
jaegerI'll see what the gentoo wiki has to say about it18:08
jaegerok18:08
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jaegerhrmm.... doesn't seem to have any effect for me18:19
jaegermicrocode is always patch_level=0x0800113818:19
stenurTo me Pedja was nice and pushed on old ucode to 3.5; then the microcode on the board was newer than that in the package! ;)18:20
stenur(And the kernel seems to take care for only upgrading, at least it was like that for my Intel.)18:22
stenurThe fun fact was that i only saw date 05-15, and it was the 16th, so i would never have thought that it was exactly a year in between.18:24
jaegerhrmm... doesn't seem to make any difference with the latest linux-firmware git either... so maybe my BIOS (recently updated) has newer than those18:26
pedjajaeger, afaik, opensuse and arch have amd-ucode packages similar to intel-ucode18:29
pedjafirmware packaged into initrd18:30
stenurSeems there is no iucode_tool equivalence for AMD18:30
jaegeriucode_tool isn't required anyway18:30
jaegerpedja: yeah, I've made my own similar package18:30
pedjayeah, iucode-tool is just my preferred way18:32
stenurHm, ok, seems not to be archives, then.18:32
stenurArchWiki says that for AMD the actually updated patchlevel is logged later, so first before patch, then bla, then "new patchlevel".18:33
pedjagrub-2.04 works automagically with them, once you add the names of microcode images to default/grub (thanks to ryuo for pointing it out :) )18:34
jaegeryeah, seems to work ok18:43
jaeger2.04 still has some issues, though18:46
jaegerI've seen a few times where it fails to boot with an error about a missing symbol 'grub_file_filters', haven't dug into it yet18:46
jaegermaybe a result of a failed efi installation, not sure18:48
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jaegerYeah, the more I think about it the more I bet that's a user error19:00
pedjaWouldn't know, peasant legacy BIOS user here :)19:01
jaegerheh19:02
onoderaI bought a very cheap usb bluetooth dongle, but it kind of seems like it crashes my kernel19:10
jaegeryuck19:11
onoderanow I think it's just the dongle, does anyone know a good (kind of cheap) bt dongle that works well with linux19:11
onoderaI don't really know if some are incompatible with linux or something, can't find much info about it19:11
jaegermine are built into the intel wifi, not sure about good usb ones19:13
TimB_onodera: I only have a build in chip as well, no idea19:14
pedjaI have a no-name generic one, class 2. last time I checked, it worked fine.19:16
pedjacheck the kernel config chipset list, then google which devices have them, I guess.19:17
onoderahttps://hastebin.com/raw/gevaxopuha this is the dmesg error19:18
onoderait somehow connects and loses connection and connects again I think19:18
onoderaupon disconnection it doest remove the file from sysfs I think19:19
onoderavery annoying because I can't cleanly reboot every time I use bluetooth19:19
onoderalike it works after, but the poweroff command hangs19:19
jaegerok, yeah, verified the symbol error is user error after the grub update, easy to reproduce19:30
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: grub2-efi: updated to version 2.0420:37
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: grub2: updated to version 2.04, added python dependency20:37
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stenurMore random stuff:  https://www.2uo.de/myths-about-urandom#the-csprngs-are-alright21:29
stenur(Flew by on NetBSD ML.)21:29
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