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00:21 < tsa> rxr: can you do topic changes here?
00:21 < rxr> I think not ...
00:21 < rxr> hi tsa !
00:21 < tsa> hm..ok, i'll ask someone else.
00:21 < tsa> http://somegeek.org/status.html ..
00:21 < tsa> read it?
00:24 < rxr> hm what is the site about ?
00:24 < Freak> about why you should pay lilo for what he does (not)
00:25 < Freak> so don't read it, just change over to oftc.
00:25 < Freak> s/change/move;
00:25 < tsa> oftc?
00:25 < Freak> open and free technology community
00:25 < Freak> tsa: http://linuid.dhis.org/~freak/umzug.html
00:26 < tsa> ah..
00:27 < snyke> yeah thunderstorm RULEZZ :)
00:30 < tsa> hm...from what i see, this guy has some financial trouble and he is the head of openprojects.net ..
00:32 < tsa> since we are using this service, why not do something to help him?
00:33 < rxr> maybe the strange page is a fake ?
00:33 < tsa> possible, but i don't belie that..
00:34 < tsa> +v
00:34 < rxr> tsa: why is not message on openprojects.net ?
00:34 < tsa> rxr: there's just a link to this page..
00:35 < tsa> on the "affiliated groups" page..
00:35 < tsa> whatever.
00:36 * tsa sending 5 usd..
00:36 < rxr> where ?
00:36 < tsa> The OPN founder and head of operations is Rob Levin, who can be found on OPN IRC under the nick "lilo."
00:36 < tsa> last sentence.
00:37 < tsa> or what do ya mean?
00:38 < rxr> ah
00:38 < rxr> hm
00:40 < huebi> If this guy has a problem - it's his problem. He does not want to move to an area where he can get work as sysadmin. He want's to stay in hillibilly country Texas. There he can try to be a Cowboy. He lives in USA. He knows what to do to get a well payed job. As he writes he has to move. And the subway is a good replacement for a car.
00:41 < rxr> hi huebi 
00:41 < huebi> hi rxr 
00:43 < tsa> huhu huebi
00:44 < huebi> Sometimes it's not easy to get work. Between september 2000 and mai 2001 I has no work.I had the same problems as lilo. It's still his responsibility to get a job.
00:45 < huebi>  You _ever_ win the game you play. I had to change the game I played. And I change it now again.
00:46 < huebi> hallo tsa
00:47 < tsa> oh..schulst du um auf Koch? ;-)
00:48 < huebi> nee. Ich sehe zu, dass ich nicht mehr so viel Stress bei der Arbeit und in der Familie habe, gleichzeitig aber immer noch das gleiche oder mehr Geld verdiene
00:49 < huebi> schoener Spagat.
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00:49 < tsa> hm...wenn du es schaffst, dass du fuer gar keine Arbeit mehr immer noch gaanz viel Kohle kriegst, sag bitte Bescheid.. ;-)
00:51 < huebi> tsa: Wie waere es mit wetten? Da braucht man nur einen guten Taschenrechner und kann mit falsch gesetzten Quoten garantiert Geld verdienen.
00:53 < tsa> hm...im allgemeinen wird da nur 50% des gesamteinsatzes wieder ausgeschuettet, das duerfte also langfristig eher schief gehen..
00:55 < snyke> fuck...
00:55 < snyke> das waren die sat verbindungen
00:55 < snyke> >_<
00:55 < snyke> doofes gewitter
00:56 < huebi> tsa: im allgemeinen... aber nicht immer.
00:57 < tsa> andererseits hat sowas immer zwei seiten...man koennte ja eine Lotterie-Gesellschaft aufmachen.. ;)
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00:59 < the][owl> re
01:00 < tsa> re the][owl
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01:04 < ringo78> what is a good way of connectin 2 machines on ethernet ? Any good faqs (kiss)?
01:05 < tsa> cat5 cable?
01:06 < ringo78> yep 
01:07 < ringo78> 10mb
01:08 < tsa> so they are already connected..
01:09 < ringo78> yep only some route add ... usw usw hwat adress do I fil inn and stuff 
01:09 < ringo78> s/hwah/what
01:09 < tsa> any rfc1918 address is good, if you don't have official IP space.
01:10 < tsa> 192.168.1.x
01:10 < tsa> whatever.
01:11 < ringo78> then I just flush routes set  up rfc1918 adress and the defauilt route to machine a and vice versa ?
01:11 < tsa> yes
01:11 < ringo78> thanks 
01:12 < ringo78> switching to localnet.
01:13 < ringo78> /quit/quit
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01:23 * tsa going to bed
01:23 < tsa> *gaehn*
01:23 < tsa> n8 allerseits
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02:14 < d3mian> hi ALL
02:15 < the][owl> hi d3mian
02:21 < lizard> hi d3mian, hi  the][owl 
02:50 < term_aweh> good night
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03:01 < d3mian> cu later
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12:30 < hackbard> morning
12:30 < rxr> hi hackbard 
12:53 < the][owl|afk> how can i create a installation-floppy (using windows/dos)? 
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13:11 < rxr> rene@jackson:~/develop/rock > l 2clifford-many-updates.patch
13:11 < rxr> -rw-r--r--    1 rene     users       50793 Jun 16 13:11 2clifford-many-updates.patch
13:11 < rxr> hm
13:12 < hackbard> :)
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13:16 < rxr> hm - after cleaning the noise in the patch:
13:16 < rxr> rene@jackson:~/develop/rock > l 2clifford-many-updates.patch
13:16 < rxr> -rw-r--r--    1 rene     users       26781 Jun 16 13:16 2clifford-many-updates.patch
13:16 < rxr> :-(
13:20 < huebi> re
13:20 < hackbard> re huebi !
13:20 < huebi> hi hackbard 
13:20 < huebi> hi rxr 
13:20 < rxr> hi huebi 
13:34 < simon> the][owl rawwrite
13:49 < the][owl> ja. aber funktioniert nicht. / yes. doesn't work ;)
13:50 < huebi> the][owl: Floppy tot? Andere Floppy schon getestet?
13:51 < rxr> http://drocklinux.dyndns.org/ftp/drock/rock-1.7-gcc-31-2002-06-16/ <- the gcc-3.1 compiled packages of my last ROCK-1.7 build
13:51 < the][owl> ja. andere floppies schon getestet
13:51 < huebi> the][owl: ROCK Linux Version?
13:51 < the][owl> 1.5.15 / Linuxtag version
13:52 * huebi testing...
14:03 < huebi> All fucked up. The root-disk is too big
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14:17 < tomik> hi 
14:17 < huebi> hi tomik ;-)
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14:18 < huebi> hi netcrow 
14:18 < netcrow> hi huebi 
14:19 < tomik> huebi :)
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15:44 < tomik> re
15:45 < tomik> any experiences with ipx tunneling?
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16:07 < bluefire> Hi
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16:56 < clifford> rxr: how stable is kde, gnome. etc with gcc3 ?
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17:04 < rxr> kde and gnome work ok - GSMP 0.0.5 compiles but crashes ...
17:04 < rxr> clifford: I did the ROCK talk at LinuxTag on my 1.7 gcc-3.1 laptop ...
17:05 < rxr> but GSMP should be fixed within the next days ...
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17:08 < clifford> rxr: thanks. (So I do use a gcc3 base build for re-installing my system).
17:08 < chrisime> hi kidZ ;-)
17:09 < clifford> hi dad!  :-)
17:09 < chrisime> lol
17:09 < chrisime> hey clifford 
17:09 < chrisime> how r things
17:09 < clifford> I'm fine ..
17:10 < clifford> .. but also hungry .  :-)
17:10 < chrisime> lol
17:10 < chrisime> where's the guy i was talking with at linuxtag
17:10 * rxr ?
17:10 < chrisime> that guy who was interested in gnome2 stuff
17:10 < chrisime> aaah
17:11 < chrisime> rxr: u?
17:11 < rxr> possible /me, yes - hi chrisime 
17:11 < chrisime> jo!
17:12 < chrisime> rxr: try out the latest garnome release
17:12 < rxr> chrisime: oh garnome ? no sorry. I only use our ROCK build system. I have no need for another auto build script .. ;-)
17:12 < chrisime> rxr: heh, k
17:12 < rxr> But I updatd some gnome2 packages last night - and now most packages do compile ...
17:12 < chrisime> rxr: any problems with your scripts
17:13 < chrisime> i thing u said that there were some probs
17:13 < chrisime> think
17:13 < rxr> no - only some packages fail due to trival errors which will be fixed in the next build iteration
17:13 < rxr> chrisime: yes some packages did not played well together (some libglade and co stuff) - but it seems to be fixed now ...
17:14 < chrisime> hmm 
17:14 < chrisime> libglade
17:14 < chrisime> yeah
17:14 < chrisime> you'll need python-xml stuff
17:14 < chrisime> but i think that you know it already
17:14 < rxr> if you like you could put an announcement to news.gnome.org that ROCK Linux is as Gnome2 ready as FreeBSD and Gentoo are ;-)
17:14 < chrisime> erps
17:14 < rxr> chrisime: jups - this is working now ;-)
17:14 < chrisime> rxr: you're also free to do that ;P
17:15 < chrisime> damnit -- i should try out freebsd -- my server crashed 4 times the last few hours
17:15 < rxr> chrisime: but I need to create a new accoutn for this - I guess you allready have an accound there ;-)
17:15 < chrisime> something's horribly broken
17:15 < chrisime> nah, u don't need one
17:16 < chrisime> rxr: it's not slashdot or linuxtoday :)
17:16 < rxr> This is the error list of my last build (gcc-3.1):
17:16 < rxr> 3] rene/libtiff          [3] base/netpbm           [3] x11/tcltk
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/gle               [3] rene/xine             [3] rene/xine-dvdnav
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/imagemagick       [3] rene/enlightenment    [3] rene/icewm
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/gnomemm1          [3] x11/bonobo-config     [3] x11/gnomemm-all
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/libgail-gnome     [3] x11/gtkhtml           [3] x11/eel
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/gedit2            [3] x11/ggv               [3] x11/gtop
17:16 < rxr>  [3] x11/mozilla           [3] x11/galeon            [3] rene/evolution
17:16 < rxr>  [3] rene/encompass        [3] x11/sawfish           [3] rene/gaspell
17:16 < rxr>  [3] rene/avifile          [3] rene/ethereal         [3] rene/teatime
17:16 < rxr>  [3] rene/cdrdao           [3] rene/kdevelop         [3] x11/kde-i18n-fr
17:16 < rxr>  [3] cliffo/midimountain   [3] cliffo/rosegarden     [3] cliffo/anthem
17:16 < rxr>  [3] cliffo/mixmagic       [3] cliffo/soundtracker   [3] cliffo/spiralsynthmod
17:16 < rxr>  [3] cliffo/sweep          [3] rene/coda             [
17:16 < rxr> very few Gnome2 stuff
17:16 < chrisime> gedit2? odd
17:16 < chrisime> gnomemm <-- i think the unstable stuff
17:17 < chrisime> gnomemm1.3.x and gtkmm 1.3.x
17:17 < rxr> this is an error of our package description of our package - I already investigated this - the packages does not even start to build ...
17:17 < chrisime> eeks
17:17 < chrisime> error? i need the whole output
17:17 < rxr> chrisime: error in _OUR_ ROCK build system ...
17:18 < chrisime> oki
17:18 < rxr> and yes gnome-mm is the 1.3 stuff
17:18 < rxr> we have glib gtk+ and glib1 gtk+1 ...
17:18 < chrisime> compiling gnome2 with gcc3.1 makes it a little bit faster
17:19 < rxr> chrisime: for the gedit2 thing:
17:19 < rxr> jackson:/rock-linux/rock-1.7 # cat build/default-1.7.0-DEV-ia32-pentium-generic-expert/root/var/adm/logs/3-gedit2.err
17:19 < rxr> Extracting gedit2-1.199.0.tar.bz2 (--use-compress-program=bzip2 -xf) ...
17:19 < rxr> Can't auto-detect srcdir for package 'gedit2'!
17:19 < rxr> nothign you need to worry about ;-)
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17:26 < chrisime_> fuck!
17:26 < chrisime_> i hate that machi9ne
17:26 < chrisime_> always crashing!
17:27 < chrisime_> rxr: www.gnome.org/~chrisime/pix/Desktop.png <-- i love it ;)
17:32 < rxr> you like united linux ?
17:36 < chrisime_> nah
17:36 < chrisime_> pfff
17:36 < chrisime_> i don't use commercial distris
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17:42 < rxr> title: GNOME2 with ROCK Linux
17:42 < rxr> Dept: form the self-compiling distribution dept.
17:42 < rxr> Text; Gnome2 is now avaiable in the ROCK Linux development series 1.7. It took some weeks to get all the dependencies right and to fix some general gcc-3.1 issues - but it is now publicly avaiable for testing.
17:42 < rxr> Any more ideas ?
17:45 < chrisime_> erm
17:46 < chrisime_> say: it works great ;)
17:52 < rxr> clifford: could you release a new snap - so that interested people get my last night fixes ;-) ?
17:54 < rxr> Gnome2 is now avaiable in the <a href="http://www.rocklinux.org/">ROCK Linux</a> development series 1.7. It took some weeks to get all the dependencies right and to fix some general gcc-3.1 issues - but it should now build completely and is publicly available for testing.
17:54 < rxr> <p>
17:54 < rxr> Get the <a href="http://www.rocklinux.org/getting.html">source </a> and much fun compiling ;-)
17:57 < rxr> so I posted it now ...
17:57 < chrisime_> thx
17:58 < rxr> ;-) I hope all Gnome people like the post ... ;-)
18:00 < chrisime_> let's see
18:00 < chrisime_> almost nobody uses rocklinux
18:01 < rxr> chrisime_: although it is (In Our Opinion) much better than Gentoo - this is why we now start do as much PR as Gentoo does ;-)
18:01 < chrisime_> yeah
18:01 < chrisime_> please do
18:02 < rxr> ;-)
18:02 < chrisime_> i don't wanna try gentoo
18:02 < chrisime_> but people say it's cool
18:04 < bluefire> chrisime_: people also say Gnome2 is cool.... in my opinion it sucks major. I hope this will change soon, otherwise I'll look wether KDE fits my needs :(
18:05 < rxr> it is using the idea of ROCK Linux with a much worser implementation ...
18:05 < bluefire> chrisime_: Gnome 1.4 is cool. 
18:05 < chrisime_> bluefire: ever tried?
18:05 < chrisime_> i mean gnome2
18:05 < chrisime_> i mean really tried
18:05 < chrisime_> i don't like gnome1.4 anymore since i got gnome2
18:05 < chrisime_> it's much smoother but lacks many features 
18:05 < bluefire> chrisime_: I'm running the Debian Gnome2 on my other box. The new Nautilus sucks, the panels suck, gconf sucks.
18:05 < chrisime_> ok that's one point which sucks 
18:06 < chrisime_> bluefire: erm. sucks <-- this isn't qualified answer
18:06 < bluefire> chrisime_: and what sucks even more is that I can't use my old applets anymore. 
18:06 < chrisime_> bluefire: i have to leave now. please(!!) mail me what's so bad about it. be precise and i'll see what could be done. my address is chrisime@gnome.org
18:07 < bluefire> On Nautilus: no DnD in list view, can't configure fonts, segfault on cut/paste...
18:07 < chrisime_> bluefire: that's how things change, gnome1.4 is not compatible anymore
18:07 < chrisime_> bluefire: erm. i don't encounter those issues
18:07 < bluefire> chrisime_: There should at least be a wrapper to load the old stuff
18:07 < chrisime_> drag n drop with list view isn't implemented but will be for the next releases
18:08 < bluefire> chrisime_: metacity is far less powerful than sawfish. I hope the Debian guys get sawfish2 out soon.
18:08 < chrisime_> bluefire: the release team decided to not provide sth. like that
18:08 < chrisime_> bluefire: ok, this is quite subjective impressions
18:08 < chrisime_> but please mail me
18:08 < chrisime_> ok?
18:08 < chrisime_> chrisime@gnome.org
18:08 < chrisime_> it makes more sense
18:08 < bluefire> chrisime_: I've some work to do. But I guess I'll mail you.
18:08 < bluefire> ;)
18:08 < bluefire> chrisime_: cu then
18:09 < chrisime_> thank you
18:09 < chrisime_> every request is highly appreciated
18:09 < chrisime_> we need as many requests as possible coz we entering new land with gnome2
18:09 < chrisime_> sort of ;)
18:10 < chrisime_> s/we/we're
18:10 < bluefire> chrisime_: I hope you'll make it nice and cozy there.
18:10 < rxr> hm? sf CVS down ?
18:10 < chrisime_> bluefire: we'll try our best
18:11 < chrisime_> it's difficult to make it fit for everybody out there
18:11 -!- chrisime_ is now known as chrisPACK
18:12 < bluefire> chrisime_: no need to. just make it so flexible that people can choose. I don't want to have a highly integrated desktop (like windows) without the opportity to choose (windowmanager, filemanager, etc)
18:12 < chrisPACK> yeah
18:12 < chrisPACK> u can use gnome2 without nautilus
18:12 < chrisPACK> np
18:13 < chrisPACK> there's some minimal stuff which is needed
18:13 < chrisPACK> it's very flexible
18:13 < chrisPACK> configuration wise it's not as flexible as gnome1.x but we'll move on
18:13 < chrisPACK> believe me
18:21 < chrisPACK>  ok, cu guys!
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18:43 < raffi> Hallo.
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19:51 < the][owl> re
19:59 < rxr> More ROCK Public Relations: -> http://news.gnome.org/gnome-news/1024243012/index_html
19:59 < huebi> rxr: nice ;-)
20:00 < rxr> huebi: ;-) We need more users ;-) And general knowledge *g*
20:00 < rxr> huebi: I also asked the German Linux Magazin for interest in an article ;-)
20:01 * huebi reading - and trieing to understand - ROCK Linux scripts ;-))
20:02 < huebi> rxr: and _much_ more documentation in the scripts.
20:03 < huebi> rxr: What are differeces between arch-conf in ROCK and drock?
20:03 < huebi> except for the directory structure
20:09 < huebi> rxr: huhu?
20:13 < rxr> err yes - mom
20:13 < huebi> ;-)
20:14 < rxr> what do you mean? arch-conf is dRock is still the ROCK-1.4.0 layout - non x86 stuff is (I guess) broken ...
20:14 < rxr> s/is dRock/in dRock/
20:14 < huebi> rxr: I still try to adopt  linux and linux-src to from drock to rock
20:14 < huebi> ...
20:14 < huebi> wrong window
20:14 < rxr> it should not be that difficult - I ported it to ROCK - 1.7 in 20 minutes or so ... 
20:15 < rxr> Did you tried using the ROCK-1.7 version ?
20:15 < huebi> no
20:15 < huebi> Why?
20:16 < rxr> ah ok
20:16 < rxr> maybe the dRock version is easier to port - we did some adaptions for some new 1.7 features ...
20:19 < huebi> Yes, I see. And it's not so easy to understand what happens there. No documentation. I have no time to understand sed 4-liners. I want to get the whole. And thats allmost impossible.
20:20 < huebi> In that way we don't get any new users.
20:21 < rxr> hm - my dRock linux-* stuff has some more comments ...
20:22 < huebi> rxr: What do you think about a Request for comments on the list? 
20:22 < huebi> A simpler structure in the scripts could also be very nice.
20:23 < rxr> hm -the dRock one should really not too difficult to follow
20:23 < rxr> huebi: I'm not sure if we need too much trouble about this - simply adding usefull once with the usual maintenance work whould be enough ... - noone wants to sit down and comment them at once ...
20:24 < huebi> I just write scripts for newbies. These are longer and often not as elegant as they cold be but they are understood in minutes not in hours or days. And most people give up after at the most 2or 3 hours
20:24 < rxr> the linux kernel one should be quite ok ... - sure you need some knowledge but: "echo "  merging: 'arch/$lx_cpu/defconfig'" for the next while read ... sed ... lines should be ok ...
20:25 < huebi> and a small description what the sed/awh/whatever line does.
20:26 < huebi> That is the problem.
20:28 < rxr> this would suck - a comment for the next say 4 lines should be enough - otherwise the script would be 50% comments ... :-( and become really unreadable ...
20:28 < rxr> for example "echo "Selecting modules ....""
20:28 < rxr> do you need more for the following 3 lines (where one is anyway commented out ...)
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20:30 < huebi> "pz-config.sh" <- there I found a nice comment on a lond sed line. Thats kool.
20:31 < huebi> More comments are essential. 
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20:31 < huebi> For people not perfect in scripting rock will betoo frustrating.
20:33 < huebi> I change linux to build a CPU specific kernel again.
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20:37 < SMP> huebi: hast du eigentlich mein mail bzgl. download.rocklinux.de/world zu Kenntnis nehmen koennen?
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20:38 < rxr> huebi: ?? In dRock and 1.7 we have a CPU specific kernel ... ?!?
20:40 < huebi> SMP: Noch nicht. moment
20:42 < huebi> SMP: gelesen ;-)
20:43 < SMP> ok
20:43 < huebi> SMP: world koennte dann als Mastermirrorserver dienen?
20:44 < SMP> unklar. haengt vom Standort ab. hier eher nicht.
20:46 < huebi> SMP: ok
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21:11 < clifford> rxr - still listening?
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21:15 < tsa> moin
21:16 < the][owl> tach tsa
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21:28 < tsa> hi raffi_
21:29 < rxr> hi clifford 
21:29 < rxr> hi tsa 
21:29 < tsa> hi rxr
21:29 < rxr> clifford: are you still here ? ;-)
21:30 < tsa> hehe
21:30 < tsa> rxr: was macht der fix fuer jack?
21:30 < rxr> hm -ach das gtk problem ...
21:31 < tsa> naja, derzeit fangen die probleme schon viel frueher an....dietlibc bricht in stage 0
21:31 < rxr> hm - jack lief hier in stage 3 und 9 durch ...
21:32 < tsa> == 06/16/02 21:32:10 =[0]=> Aborted building package dietlibc.
21:32 < tsa> grrrr..
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21:37 < tomik> re
21:37 < clifford> rxr: still here?  (sync! sync! :-)
21:37 < rxr> jups hi clifford ;-)!
21:38 < clifford> aehm ... wrong channel for that issue - let's talk on #gsmp (so it's in the right log file :-)
21:38 < rxr> ;-)
21:47 < tsa> hehe
21:59 < hackbard> the umount_l trick in Build-Pkg still doesnt work here
22:00 < clifford> hackbard: please fix it and send a patch ...
22:03 < tsa> clifford: some of the changes in the last two snapshots made dietlibc fail in stage 0..
22:03 < tsa> at linuxtag, it was compiling without problem..
22:05 < clifford> tsa: please mail me the 0-dietlibc.err file.
22:08 < tsa> ok, mail sent.
22:19 < huebi> hi tsa 
22:19 < huebi> hi tomik 
22:19 < huebi> ;-)
22:20 < tsa> huhu huebi
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22:47 < tsa> clifford: no problems with dietlibc in stage 2...
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22:47 < clifford> tsa: seams to be a problem with the cross-building fix. I will look at it later.
22:48 < tsa> ok..
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23:14 < hackbard> one question, R_(u)mount.sh is no more used, right?
23:18 < ringo78> how do I nfs mount  a dir to another machine which files do  need to alter ? Does anybody know a good FAQ
23:18 < huebi> rxr: man exportfs ;-)
23:18 < hackbard> hihi
23:19 < hackbard> rxr, u dont know how to nfs mount? :p
23:19 < huebi>  /rock-orig 192.168.100.0/24(ro,no_root_squash)
23:20 < huebi> root@zeus:/# cat /etc/exports
23:20 < huebi> # / 192.168.100.0/24(rw,no_root_squash)
23:20 < huebi> /rock-orig 192.168.100.0/24(ro,no_root_squash)
23:20 < huebi> /rock-linux 192.168.100.0/24(ro,no_root_squash)
23:21 < huebi> root@blubber:# mount zeus:rock-orig /mnt
23:21 < huebi> s/ro/rw/
23:21 < ringo78> thanks ! a lot huebi! I go and try !
23:22 < huebi> rw,no_root_squash <- full access for root.
23:24 < ringo78> ok thanks huebi got to back up soem files from a wxx machine .... 
23:25 < ringo78> s/soem/some
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23:40 < rxr> hi huebi 
23:40 < rxr> er hackbard 
23:42 < hackbard> ja, war ein schlechter joke - huebi hatte statt ringo rxr gesagt :p
23:43 < huebi> hackbard: *g* stimmt 
23:43 < hackbard> :)
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23:52 < lizard> hmpf, hat einer von euch MPlayer?  Wie stell ich das scaling ein (fullscreen..) ?
23:52 < hackbard> -fs
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23:53 < lizard> yep, fullscreen macht er. aber er scaled nicht das bild.. :-(
23:53 < lizard> ist das treiberspezifisch?
23:54 < lizard> (also die bildgroesse bleibt immer gleich)
23:54 < hackbard> achso, probier mal anderen vo
23:54 < rxr> cool the first post on the ROCK Linux && Gnome2 page ;-)
23:54 < hackbard> bei x11 macht er dass bei mir auch nicht, mit xv geht es gut
23:54 < rxr> http://news.gnome.org/gnome-news/1024243012/
23:55 < lizard> hackbard: yo werd ich
23:58 < rxr> so new ROCK-1.7 build started with x11 and rene repository updated to the latest version for each package ....
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