IRC Logs for #crux Thursday, 2019-08-01

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TimB_no idea so far, sorry. gonna jump to bed now, laters00:15
ryuoACTION watches TimB_ jump to the bed and just stand there.00:17
ryuoOdd show.00:17
[not as weird as someone hitting the hay00:18
[just standing there, punching haybales00:18
ryuoACTION watches [ punch a ].00:19
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jaegerok, question answered - if libvdpau and libva are both installed, then mesa3d, ffmpeg, and kodi rebuilt, THEN kodi will use vaapi over vdpau00:26
jaegerlibva support in mesa3d was the missing link, it seems00:27
ryuojaeger is da master.00:27
jaegerACTION has time and CPU power to test these weird things :)00:27
jaegerunrelated to that, I added a "last successful sync" tooltip to the unofficial portdb but of course the repos that were failing have been failing since before I added it, so they don't have valid "last good" timestamps :P00:29
jaegermay be useful in the future, though00:29
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frinnstcool, we made the front news on one of swedens largest tech publication: (in swedish)08:45
TimB_frinnst: cool location!09:05
TimB_ryuo: I guess my expression didn't translate well again? :D It's pretty common to say around here :)09:07
TimB_jaeger: makes sense! good you solved it09:08
ryuoTimB_: 'into' is probably the auxiliary word you were seeking.09:57
ryuo'to' implies just going towards something and nothing more.09:57
TimB_oh, right09:57
TimB_sorry, I was sleepy ;)09:57
TimB_not my mothers tongue and so on and so forth, you know how the sob story goes09:58
ryuo#d has a weird bot named luabot.09:58
ryuo'tis triggers stuff like this:09:58
ryuoluabot | 'tis perfectly, utterly, tubularly, entirely, perfectly, completely, utterly, wholly not a shame09:58
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: [notify] php: update to 7.3.810:30
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pedjafrinnst, so he adapted the bomb shelter into what exactly?11:45
pedjadata center?11:45
pedjaas post zombie apocalypse havens go, Sweden is not bad :)11:48
pedjabuilding python3 with optimizations, not one of mine brightest ideas, tbh11:50
pedjas/mine/my, I think11:51
joacimI think the faroe islands or similar would be good during a zombie apocalypse11:57
joacimin sweden you have to fear zombies crossing the øresund bridge, or from finland11:57
joacimscania might become zombie-danish again11:58
pedjahow about Norway?12:02
joacimsome of the islands could work12:06
joacimmany of them are large enough to support people through agriculture12:07
joacimcould probably wall off some of the peninsulas and land located between fjords12:07
pedjathe problem is finding a place that is, or can be made, as self-sustaining as possible.12:10
joacimwhich is why i like islands. lots of burds and fish12:11
pedjayay, optimized build takes 3x time on my machine.12:11
pedja'burds' are birds/butterfly mutants :) ?12:13
pedjaor burly birds. lots of meat on those12:14
joacimprobably a mutant12:15
joacimi'll know one when i see one12:15
frinnstpedja: yeah, its our tiny datacenter12:37
pedjadare I ask how big is the fiber line it's, presumably, attached to :)12:40
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frinnstits very adaptable. We dont currently have that much bandwidth needs to the internetz. Most of our customers are local and attached with dark fiber via the city network. So most customers has a layer2 connection to their servers13:01
frinnstbut we have enough paris to not have to worry for a while13:01
frinnsti think its currently only 1gbit13:03
pedjaimho, if google wants for their game streaming thingie to ever become viable, they'll need that kind of neighbourhood DC's all over the place.13:30
pedjato deal with latency issues13:31
pedjabut, google being google, I think they'll get bored and abandon it13:32
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: webkitgtk: 2.24.2 -> 2.24.314:12
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frinnstheh good demo14:51
pedjathis kid has a bright future, I think
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: pango: updated to 1.44.018:26
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: [notify] subversion: dropped unmaintained and vulnerable port18:27
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: subversion: import from opt, update to 1.9.1220:36
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: subversion-perl: update to 1.9.1220:58
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: subversion-python: update to 1.9.1221:11
john_cephalopodaDamn, broke my EFI21:19
joacimhavent seen subversion used anywhere in ages21:47
joacimjust git and sometimes mercurial21:47
[i think wordpress uses svn primarily21:49
[did llvm/clang ever switch over to git21:49
AnselmoI know at least one person who uses it regularly for his personal stuff21:50
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stenurFreeBSD uses subversion (its own -lite version).22:12
stenurAt least still.  Many and more and more talking git.22:12
stenurBut the initial decision was the sequentially increasing version number.22:12
stenurReally.  Or at least one very important one said so, back then, i remember that.22:13
[oh i thought they switched to git22:13
[its been a while since i've actually looked at it though22:13
stenurWas a thing at that time, i also remember Linus Torvalds talking about some revision it by then, but that not usable in that way (SHA hash)22:14
stenurNo. That is yes - they now have a regular git mirror, there is some git howto/support script laying around in the source tree, etc.22:14
[the obvious solution is to just use all vcs'22:15
stenurThat sounds like fun.22:16
stenurs/revision it/revision id/.  Maybe git still expands such, i simply dropped my CVS $Id$ strings.22:17
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john_cephalopodaI trashed my UEFI config22:33
joacimis it recoverable?22:33
john_cephalopodaThe iso doesn't have efi stub support, so I can't fix it with that.22:33
john_cephalopodaNo clue what to do22:34
joacimas in motherboard firmware upgrade failed?22:34
joacimmany boards have recovery modes22:34
john_cephalopodaI turned off EFI, turned it on again and all configs were lost22:36
john_cephalopodaI'll try an Arch live image.22:36
stenurWouldn't it be enough to place a Bootx64.efi or what was its name in the default EFI path?22:50
stenurThat should be found automatically from an EFI system unless the firmware is messed, i would think?22:50
stenurWait, the path is..22:50
stenurYou can take that from refind, either use the refind-install script or simply copy over the files, i can tell you what if you want22:52
stenurOf course, forget about that if the firmware as such is messed, i never touched that one.22:53
stenurAnyway. I never mess with that or efivars etc. Only refind, and its plain text file config.22:55
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jaegerjohn_cephalopoda: you can fix it with the ISO, just like if you were doing a new installation23:25
jaegerYou only need to be able to boot in UEFI mode, not specifically with efistub support23:26
jaegerBoot with the ISO, mount your existing partitions (instead of installing), then set up the kernel as you would normally23:26
jaegertechnically you should be able to fix it with just about any 64-bit UEFI boot environment, livecd or otherwise23:28
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