IRC Logs for #crux Monday, 2019-08-26

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cruxbot[xorg.git/3.5]: libinput: update to 1.14.108:20
cruxbot[xorg.git/3.5]: xorg-font-util: update to 1.3.208:20
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: nano: update to 4.408:23
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: mpg123: update to 1.25.1208:23
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: imagemagick: update to 7.0.8-6208:28
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Romsterpedja, http://dpaste.com/1MG9GZ0 xfce4 dependency fix and i had to bump a version or two to nake stuff compile.08:54
Romsterand one had man pages in the old location08:55
Romsterdlcusa, i cleaned up some more08:58
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pedjaRomster, this is against 3.5-xfce-4.14 branch?09:16
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: [notify] pygtk: new dependency libglade-compat09:40
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: [notify] libglade-compat: initial import for pygtk09:40
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: [notify] libglade: do not depend on pango-compat as xfce4 uses libglade09:40
Romsteryes BRANCH=3.5-xfce-4.1409:42
Romsterports -u opt i fixed an issue with libglade that pulled in pango-compat into xfce4 now it wont.09:43
Romsteri also cleaned up xorg dependencies a bit too and removed a obsolete geode video driver that didn't compile anymore09:44
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pedjaRomster, nice job, thanks :)09:58
Romsterno worries09:59
Romsterthe only thing i didn't do was check if deptree included files for post-install and any xfce4 updates except for those that were broken10:00
Romsteroh and removed a few missing ones like pygobject3-py310:02
Romsterwhich is python3-gobject10:02
Romsteralso opt/libsoup works fine to compile xfce4-weather-plugin10:04
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: libappindicator-sharp: fix probing for python stuff12:18
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: libappindicator-python: cleaned up dependencies12:18
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: libappindicator-gtk2: fix build with newer pygtk port12:18
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: mono: fix signature12:18
daftaupeHello folks, I'm trying to install CRUX (first time) and wanted to create a new btrfs subvolume for my newly created partition, but when trying to use the btrfs command I get "btrfs : error while loading shared libraries: libzstd.so.1 cannot open shared object file", I'm using the crux-3.5.iso image. Is that expected ? If I ldd /sbin/btrfs I see12:29
daftaupethat indeed libzstd.so.1 is not found12:29
daftaupeWell I can use another way to create the subvolume, so no big deal12:30
pedjarebuild btrfstools12:30
pedjabtrfs-progs?12:31
pedjacheck if zstd is installed12:32
daftaupebtrfs-progs that should be (I guess, it's my first installation)12:32
pedja'prt-get depends btrfs-progs'12:33
daftaupeon the installation medium ?12:34
pedjaresident btrfs expert is frinnst :)12:35
daftaupeah alright :) no hurry though !12:36
daftaupebut I wondered if that was a sort of bug (maybe not that many people are using btrfs)12:37
Romsterthat's a new dependency iirc12:37
Romsterdaftaupe, prt-get deptree btrfs-progs12:38
Romsteranything missing an [i] ?12:38
Romstermeans it's not installed12:38
daftaupeRomster, it's on the iso12:38
daftaupeI doubt I can install on it12:39
Romsteroh you are trying to run it form the iso?12:39
Romsterfrom*12:39
daftaupeyes I have to create my subvolumes before installing12:39
Romsterjaeger or frinnst or both might be able to help further on that.12:39
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daftaupealright :) thanks Romster12:40
Romsterfrinnst is a avid btrfs person and jaeger does the crux iso12:40
Romsteri'm still on ext4 but i do use lvm212:40
daftaupeI use lvm on work servers, but not for personnal use12:40
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Romsterah got it on my desktop12:45
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pedjahm, I don't see zstd in iso packages list12:45
Romsteri think it got added later on as a dependency12:46
Romsterbut it's not installed in the iso to use12:46
Romsterafaik12:46
pedjaI am looking at 3.5 branch in iso.git, and I don't see it in Makefile12:47
pedjaoops :)12:47
Romstergot overlooked i guess12:47
Romsterjaeger, might make a updated iso :)12:48
daftaupe:)12:49
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jueyep, that's a bug, just fixed12:50
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daftaupeeh, that was fast !12:51
pedjahelps when developers hang out here :)12:52
daftaupefor sure12:53
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: vifm: 0.9.1 -> 0.10.113:47
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jolupaHi! Maybe my ports will be freeze for some days, I hope, my mac expired yesterday! :( Don't know if anyone use it but... Just in case... Somebody with a second hand laptop and a good price? :)13:55
frinnstdaftaupe: that sounds familiar13:55
stenurI have two broken MacBook (Air)s.  Maybe we can make one working of the three ;)13:56
TimB_say hello to lois rossmans youtube channel :D13:56
daftaupefrinnst, jue did a commit about it, it seems now only a new iso is needed :)13:57
jolupaI think it was the inverter... But nope! But I don't have a new one... Maybe is time for a normal pc....13:57
jolupaStenur if you want pieces? But mine is a white Macbook13:58
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stenurOne such i have (had), too.14:00
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libdbusmenu-glib-32: initial import14:01
stenurNo, was just a joke.  The Air requires special tools to open it anyway, at least 16 Euro that thing.14:01
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libindicator-gtk2-32: initial import14:01
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libdbusmenu-gtk2-32: initial import14:01
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libappindicator-gtk2-32: initial import14:01
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: libappindicator-sharp-32: initial import14:01
frinnsti think jaeger has rolled a few updated 3.5 isos after 3.5 was released. very possible it was already fixed in one of those14:01
frinnsthttps://crux.ninja/updated-iso/14:01
frinnst2019-08-0514:01
stenurI have renamed bluez5-alsa to bluesalsa.  I wonder what to do: it crashes if its socket (/var/run/bluesalsa/hci0 here) exists when it starts.14:02
daftaupefrinnst, I dunno, but the commit is from a few hours ago14:02
daftaupeI'll check these isos anyway, thanks !14:02
stenurI.e., after a weird exit. No indication or what, just plain SEGV.  Should this be handled in the rc.d file? (Force remove of /var/run/bluealsa before startup?)14:03
stenurWhat ya say?14:03
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: steam: add optional dep libappindicator-sharp-3214:04
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: vifm: remove unnecessary files14:09
daftaupefrinnst, updated iso of 3.5 have the same issue for the record14:12
frinnstwopemasfk14:14
frinnst2539ko9i14:16
frinnst-14:16
frinnstdusty fucker, my keyboard14:16
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: vifm: fix release, update signature14:17
joacimwell done =)14:18
frinnstdoh14:18
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also_uplimedoes anyone happen to know why /usr/include/sys/timerfd.h doesn't define CLOCK_MONOTONIC? It is in /usr/include/linux/time.h though14:58
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mnkydethAnyone here with a 5700xt? Just bought one. My first AMD GPU ever. Any tips or suggestions, things to look out for? Might be this coming weekend before I get to try it out.15:09
joacimsince it is new, i'd suggest a sysup, if your system is older, and a new kernel15:10
joacimshould just work for the most part15:11
TimB_plus including the firmware if you don't use the driver as a module15:11
joacimif it is anything like the previous rx400/rx500 lineup15:11
TimB_gentoo wiki helps a lot in that regard15:11
mnkydethCool, I'll reference the gentoo wiki. I havn't read up a lot on it yet. Mostly level1 and phoronix.15:19
joacimarch wiki can be helpful too i think15:22
pedjainteresting, navi10 firmware still isn't in linux firmware git repo15:24
pedjaspeaking of fw, how do AMD cpu's do microcode updates? automagically pull from lib/firmware directory on boot?15:29
pedjaI am just curious why isn't there something like amd-ucode port.15:30
mnkydethWhere do you even get the updates? On AMDs site someplace? I can say I have never used a microcode update on any cpu with Linux to my knowledge.15:34
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onoderadoes anyone use irssi here?16:48
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jolupaonodera from a few days ago I use irssi... Nothing technical at this momment...16:55
onoderajolupa: could you please check if scrolling with the mousewheel moves the view?16:56
jolupanop! it scrolls only the text window (?) where I'm typing right now...16:57
jolupaand only shows things like connect and so on...16:58
onoderaalirght16:58
onoderaI found a cool mouse support plugin for irssi, but couldnt recall if scrolling the view was something irssi did Nativity16:58
onoderaapperantly the plugin adds that behavior as well, pretty cool16:59
jolupaoh! plugin name? please?17:08
onoderamouse_soliton.pl17:13
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jolupaHi! where are the nginx pages stored /usr/share/nginx/html (like in ArchWiki is explained)  or /etc/nginx/html as I read in the nginx .footprint? :/21:29
leetspete1jolupa: `grep root /etc/nginx/nginx.conf` will show you where it is.21:45
leetspete1CRUX doesn't usually touch the defaults.21:47
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jolupaleetspete1: Ah! Ok! Thanks! I will check.22:28
leetspete1jolupa: You can also usually find out this sort of thing with `pkginfo -l nginx`.  So you can see the default 50x error page, for example, that's in /etc.22:29
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jolupaleetspete1: Yeah! I see the /etc/nginc/html but 'cause I was reading the Archwiki I was confused...22:44
jolupaAnd 'cause you know more than me... Let me ask you... I start the server and done?!22:45
leetspete1Done?  Depends on what you're doing.  You might wanna tweak the config but if you are trying to have a running webserver, that should be the case, yes.22:46
leetspete1You might wanna add it to /etc/rc.conf if you want it to run at boot.22:46
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jolupaleetspete1: yeah. Is only to test a flat file cms and make some changes. Thanks a lot!23:01
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