IRC Logs for #crux Sunday, 2019-10-13

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stenurHow was the tzdata .lz ball unpacked? I do not have lzip installed. Mysterious.00:27
stenurI cannot recall having uninstalled something in the last three weeks.00:27
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Romsterstenur, libarchive01:21
stenurRomster: aha. .. hm, interesting.  It seems libarchive can use its lzma module to decode the lzip data.  Thanks!01:31
Romsteryeah i think it's more that lzip is long range so it uses a ton more memory to compress but it's still lzma to decompress01:33
Romsterfrinnst, what's wrong with qt5 it's not caused me any grief01:46
stenurRomster: did not know that. Only some header bytes, so that lzma(1) cannot do it directly.01:52
stenurGood night and a nice Sunday everybody!01:53
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: webkitgtk: 2.26.0 -> 2.26.102:58
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: opus: 1.2.1 -> 1.3.107:12
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Romsterquiet day07:34
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: allegro: 5.0.11 ->
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: physfs: 3.0.0 -> 3.0.207:35
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: chatty: 0.9.7 -> 0.1007:35
SiFuhSaturdays usually are aren't they?07:36
Romstertrue SiFuh07:38
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SiFuhOh wow, I just realized today is actually Sunday07:48
Romsterwell it's almost 7pm for me sunday07:48
SiFuhAustralia or NZ07:49
Romsteryes we got DST now07:55
SiFuhMum and dad are in QLD they are still +1007:57
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cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: atanks: clean up Pkgfile add missing icon to desktop file08:07
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: allegro4: -> 4.4.208:07
Romsterqld gets that much sun they don't need DST08:07
Romstergawd i got a lot of stuff08:07
SiFuhPhysical stuff? I got a lot, but I don't see it much since I live out of a seabag 90% of the time for 17 years :-)08:08
SiFuhI have been living*08:09
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Romsterboth but i am looking at all the crux packages that have my name on them08:12
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: amrnb: ->
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: amrwb: ->
SiFuhI don't think I have used any of yours08:30
SiFuhI did install gvfs the other day from someones repo eiter mate or ax  and it ended up installing 2/3rds of the crux repositories08:31
Romstermost of mine are in contrib opt compat-32 anyways :D08:32
SiFuhoh then i probablyuse a hell of a lot08:33
Romsterit's always best to check with prt-get tree foo first :D08:33
SiFuhI was looking at a way before to just download but not build08:33
TimB_prt-get -do iirc? hi all :D08:34
SiFuhHurry up and download every archive you will need before compiling would be super handy when you have an unstable internet08:34
Romster-do it first08:35
Romstercd /usr/ports ; pkgmk -r -do if you wanna be sure08:35
Romsteryou could use aria2 it may get files faster/resume better08:36
Romstersince it can use meta3 files for other servers08:36
Romsteroh and crux does have that mirror too08:36
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: aria2: 1.34.0 -> 1.35.008:37
SiFuhi meant only for the port and the depencies08:37
Romsterspeaking of which i was just doing that ^08:38
Romsterprt-get update -do `prt-get quickdep foo`08:38
Romsteri have an idea and it's not been done yet make a pkgdl daemon that prt-get can tell it all the files it'll need in advance so it can download them in the order that prt-get needs them in the background as it's building08:39
SiFuh -do with prt-get ? I don't have that08:40
TimB_ugh, my fault. sorry!08:43
TimB_pkgmk does it08:43
Romsterif you use prt-get you need to use --margs to pass it to pkgmk08:43
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Romsterand then the downloads suck up all of SiFuh's bandwidth!08:46
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SiFuhRomster: the daemon idea would be great on a good internet connection. Wouldn't be so good on a slow one as prt-get would end up waiting for the download to finish08:48
Romsterwell you could set it to do it in the same order and prt-get needs it08:49
RomsterSiFuh, oh but the other part is you could cron it :D08:49
Romsterto just download only08:49
SiFuhand then libnotify pops up and says "You have 648 ports to update" haha08:51
Romsterbrilliant idea :D08:53
SiFuhby the way  prt-get tree foo   is deptree foo  yes?08:54
Romsteryeah sorry deptree08:54
SiFuhNo probs,I  thought it was Saturday and TimB_ said prt-get instead of pkgmk, welcome to the club08:55
TimB_i see we understand each other just fine =)08:56
Romsterlol to many commands a parameters and options08:57
SiFuhshould have an ncurses based with menus and stuff :-P08:58
SiFuhBe the first to have a prts system that installs from voice command though a microphone  "prt-get! I would like to install gvfs with the smallest possible dependecy tree, please show me and if I accept then download the archives only, in the background and notify me when you are done"09:00
TimB_"prt-get! Also, what's the weather outside?"09:01
SiFuh"prt-get! beam me up"09:01
SiFuhOne of my machines got a ram upgrade. Then crashed and I noticed that the swap was only 1GB in size. So as a temporary solution, I chucked in a 16gb SSD and made it into a swap partition. It actually survived right up till the day I upgraded the hard disk.09:05
SiFuhSSD I mean SD Card09:05
Frankensteinhm. i should get a microphone for my rpi then make a text to speech thing for prt-get09:06
ryuoRomster: sounds like a feature that could be added to prt-get.09:07
ryuowrites to a /run file to indicate how many ports are "out of date".09:08
ryuoand w/e can read from it periodically to notify users.09:08
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: dvdauthor: 0.7.1 -> 0.7.209:26
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cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: aspell: update to 0.60.810:08
cruxbot[opt.git/3.5]: flac: 1.3.2 -> 1.3.310:15
SiFuhCRUX install can mount f2fs but there are not f2fs tools to create it :-P10:18
Romsterthat sounds about right :D10:37
SiFuhNo worries, booted with void, partitioned, rebooted into crux installer10:41
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: faudio-32: 19.08 -> 19.1010:53
cruxbot[compat-32.git/3.5]: flac-32: 1.3.2 -> 1.3.310:53
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abenzSiFuh: using f2fs on an ssd for a crux install?12:58
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SiFuhabenz: yes13:23
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: libcdio: 2.0.0 -> 2.1.013:25
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: help2man: 1.47.8 -> 1.47.1113:25
cruxbot[contrib.git/3.5]: [notify] gparted: 0.30.0 -> 1.0.0 dependency change gtkmm -> gtkmm313:25
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