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00:16 < tsa> hm..
00:17 < tsa> rene's packages in 1.7 scheinen derzeit ziemlich broken zu sein wegen der ganzen verschieberei..
00:17 < tsa> (nen bekannter flucht grad da drueber..)
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01:14 < tsa> n8
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02:07 -!- Channel #rocklinux created Tue Jun 11 09:27:41 2002
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03:41 < Satg> hi
03:41 < Satg> d3bian awake?
03:46 * hackbard zdf aliens guqn
03:46 < hackbard> n8
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03:47 < Satg> nacht hackbard
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05:14 < d3mian> yeah, im awake
05:14 < d3mian> re
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07:04 < huebi> moin ;-)
08:11 < huebi> hmm. ruhig hier...
08:40 < xlock> huebi: mensch, hast du mich erschreckt... ;-)
09:14 < huebi> moin xlock
09:24 < praenti> moin
09:24 < huebi> moin praenti
09:24 < huebi> Hat hier jemand Ahnung von wavelan unter Linux? Ich brauche so etwas und wiess nicht was gut funktioniert
09:25 < praenti> intel-karten sind immer gut
09:26 < huebi> auch als access point (im gateway rechner)?
09:28 < praenti> huebi: ohh. da hab ich auch keine ahnung
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09:31 < [anders]> moin
09:31 < huebi> moin [anders]
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09:48 < dog-box> anyone tried drock linux?
09:48 < rxr> dog-box: sure why?
09:48 < dog-box> was just trying to set it up...some partitions...but it doesnt seem to support ext3 or reiserfs...
09:49 < rxr> it suports ext3 and reiserfs ...
09:49 < rxr> what is the error you get?
09:50 < dog-box> i tried to make an ext3..but it spat out an error about not supporting the filetype....
09:50 < rxr> filetype ?
09:50 < dog-box> i'm booting of the latest iso...makes a ramdisk i think...
09:51 < dog-box> filesystem
09:52 < rxr> you do mke2fs -j /dev/discs/disc0/part1 (for example)
09:52 < rxr> and it works, right=
09:52 < rxr> ?
09:52 < dog-box> nope...
09:52 < rxr> what then ?
09:53 < dog-box> i tried mkreiserfs...unknown command...
09:53 < rxr> urgs
09:53 < rxr> you need to mount the CD to /src first !!!
09:53 < rxr> this is written in all dRock install texts ...
09:54 < dog-box> yeah...i know...
09:54 < rxr> mount /dev/cdroms/cdrom0 /src - will to the trick
09:55 < dog-box> so after i boot from the cd....i just press enter at the prompt...then mount my cdrom to /src   ...
09:55 < rxr> yes
09:56 < dog-box> so here's where im stuck...
09:56 < rxr> why ?
09:57 < dog-box> what do i do after its mounted to /src  ...i'm still in the ramdisk environment arent I?
09:57 < rxr> then you can use all the normal tools (like fdisk mkfs.* mkreiserfs ...) to setup your filesystems
09:58 < rxr> and then you run Install
09:59 < dog-box> so after the cd is mounted to /src , if i cd back to /  the mkreiserfs should work?
09:59 < rxr> yes
09:59 < dog-box> call me real dumb...but
10:00 < rxr> but why do you need to use "cd" for anything of this at all ?
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10:00 < kasc> moin
10:00 < dog-box> how does mounting the cdrom to /src make any difference?
10:01 < rxr> most programs are on the CD due to space problems with the BIOS disk emulation for the CD-boot ...
10:01 < rxr> this is also noted in the install manual ...
10:04 < dog-box>  so then wouldnt i need the /src directory in my path for a command like 'mkreiserfs' to work?...the ramdisk environment doesnt seem to know the programs are actually 'on' the cd...and tries to read from /bin (or wherever)
10:04 < kasc> does anyone know what mkdir -v does and since what version it does so?
10:06 * dog-box thinks he's driving rxr nuts...
10:06 < huebi> dog-box: *g*
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10:06 < tsa> moin
10:06 < huebi> moin tsa
10:06 < tsa> huhu huebi
10:07 < huebi> so, bin erst mal wech...
10:07 < tsa> viel spass..
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10:11 < praenti> huebi: frag an fake mit wlan. der hat ahnung ;-)
10:11 < praenti> ich forwarde dir mal die message
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10:26 < clifford> hi all!
10:27 < kasc> moin clifford
10:27 < tsa> hi clifford
10:27 < kasc> (vielleicht genau der, den ich jetzt brauche)
10:27 < clifford> hu?
10:27 < kasc> clifford: die build scripts kommen doch von dir, oder?
10:28 < clifford> ja..
10:28 < kasc> dann verrat mir doch mal, warum ich nach jedem Update-Src Build-Pkg patchen muß, damits überhaupt was tut? ;)
10:29 < tsa> hm....nicht nachvollziehbar, ich hab gestern nen build gestartet...
10:29 < tsa> was musst du denn aendern?
10:29 < kasc> tsa: es kommt zweimal 'mkdir -pv <irgendwas>' vor und ich muß jedesmal das v löschen
10:29 < clifford> kasc: du verwendest irgendwelche format strings wodurch ich deine message nicht lesen konnte ..
10:30 < kasc> ich wüßte nur zugerne, was das v tut
10:30 < kasc> format strings?
10:30 < praenti> moin clifford
10:30 < clifford> hi praenti
10:31 < clifford> kasc: die messages werden bei mir schwarz auf schwarzem hintergrund dargestellt.
10:32 < clifford> wenn ich sie markiere sehe ich den text - aber nur verzerrt.
10:32 < kasc> clifford: kann ich nicht nachvollziehen. ich nutze BitchX ohne sämtliche Farbeinstellungen
10:32 < kasc> gehts so?
10:33 < kasc> ist zwar ekelig, aber vielleicht wenigstens lesbar
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10:33 < clifford> das "gehts so?" war in ordnung.
10:33 < kasc> soll ich irgendeinen Teil nochmal wiederholen?
10:34 < clifford> ja - bitte.
10:34 < kasc> welchen denn? (Nummer reicht)
10:34 < kasc> oder alles?
10:34 < clifford> das problem waere interessant ..
10:35 < kasc> es kommt zweimal 'mkdir -pv <irgendwas>' vor und ich muß jedesmal das v löschen
10:35 < kasc> ich wüßte nur zugerne, was das v tut
10:35 < clifford> kasc: da ist es schon wieder - ich kanns nicht lesen ...  :(
10:36 < kasc> es kommt zweimal   mkdir -pv <irgendwas>    vor und ich muß jedesmal das v löschen
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10:38 < clifford> hi again.
10:38 < kasc> wb
10:38 < kasc> es kommt zweimal   mkdir -pv <irgendwas>    vor und ich muß jedesmal das v löschen
10:39 < kasc> immer noch nicht lesbar?
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10:40 < tsa> hi [anders]
10:40 < clifford> doch - ich bin jetzt mir ircII drinnen.
10:40 < [anders]> hullo tsa.. :) seems like my grub and kernel update went okay.. :)
10:40 < clifford> also mein mkdir kann -v ..
10:41 < tsa> hm...meins auch.
10:41 < rxr> hi clifford
10:41 < clifford> hi rxr - hast du mein letztes proposal schon gelesen?
10:42 < rxr> err nein ...
10:42 < kasc> clifford: was tut denn dann das -v?
10:42 < rxr> ich werde heute erstmal einen "SANE/Avision" (scanner backend) Tag einlegen ...
10:42 < rxr> kasc: verbose ...
10:42 < kasc> bei mir rennt alles noch mit rocklinux 1.4.0, da kann mkdir das (noch) nicht
10:43 < kasc> verbose bei mkdir? *zweifel*
10:45 < tsa> ja, warum auch nicht..
10:45 < tsa> bau dir einfach erstmal aktuelle fileutils..
10:45 < clifford> kasc: also ich nehm das -v raus ..
10:47 < kasc> tsa : die Sache ist nur dir, dass vielleicht nicht jeder, der auf rock umsteigen will, brandaktuelle fileutils hat und das evtl etwas frustrierend findet, wenn er nichtmal ein Packet kompiliert kriegt ;)
10:47 < kasc> clifford : thx
10:48 < kasc> und wech... Uni ruft
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11:43 < esden> hi all
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12:03 < martin__> hi all, rxr
12:22 < th> morning
12:22 < th> anyone using mutt with maildirs?
12:24 < praenti> hi esden
12:25 < praenti> esden: hast du admin mails gelesen.
12:34 < [anders]> th: da
12:35 < th> [anders]: ja
12:35 < th> [anders]: do you now if mutt can create maildirs automatically if not existent?
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12:35 < [anders]> th: mutt 1.4i will work quite nicely with it. and procmail does too. in .procmailrc, just specify the mailbox with a trailing '/' and it will create maildirs. mutt will read them w/o mods..
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12:36 < [anders]> th: err.. not sure.. not tried that.. :)
12:36 < [anders]> one moment.
12:36 < th> [anders]: absolutely no problems with reading maildirs with mutt (and... i'm using maildrop instaed of procmail)
12:36 < th> [anders]: well. it does NOT work out of the box
12:36 < th> [anders]: set mbox=$HOME/Maildir/.incoming.`date +%Y.%B/`
12:36 < th> that's my current mbox
12:37 < th> [anders]: i'm afraid i have to trick around here
12:37 < th> s.t. like set mbox=$HOME/Maildir/.incoming.`test -d ... || maildirmake ; date +%Y.%B`
12:37 < [anders]> th: I tried saving a piece of spam to '=testdir/' and mutt asked me if I wanted to create the maildir, I answered yes and it saved the mail into it..
12:38 < th> [anders]: OHH :)
12:38 < th> [anders]: cool. mine didn't
12:38 < [anders]> th: you using 1.4i?
12:38 < th> ack
12:38 < [anders]> mmhmmm.. I wonder if I specified any extra options when I compiled it.. I don't think I did..
12:39 < th> [anders]: hmmm when saving to =/testdir/ it asks to create maildir... that's right
12:39 < th> [anders]: but it fails in doing so
12:39 < th> /usr/people/th/Mail/testdir/: Is a directory (errno = 21)
12:40 < [anders]> th: I guess I must have added extra options when building mutt then.. :)
12:41 < th>        mbox_type
12:41 < th>               Type: folder magic
12:41 < th>               Default: mbox
12:41 < th>               The default mailbox type used when creating new folders. May be
12:41 < th>               any of mbox, MMDF, MH and Maildir.
12:41 < [anders]> th: aahh.. I remember now.. :) you have to change that variable.. :)
12:42 < th> yea
12:42 < th> it works now ;-)
12:42 < th> thanks
12:42 < [anders]> hehe.. I wasn't much help I think..
12:44 < th> oh yes - you gave me that portion of hope that made me looking into muttrc(5)
12:44 < th> ;-)
12:51 < [anders]> th: *laugh* in any event, you got it working.. that's good news anyway. :)
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14:37 < praenti> now we have a running vnc in the 1.5 tree ;-)
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14:49 < tcr> moin all
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15:20 < praenti> huebi: gard anwesend?
15:21 < praenti> s/gard/grad
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16:01 < Mike1> hi all
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16:29 < tsa> ..cya
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16:47 < xlock> hehe
16:47 < xlock> uptime is 1 year, 46 weeks, 2 days, 18 hours, 1 minute
16:47 < tcr> what os?
16:48 < xlock> cisco 1603 (68360) processor (revision C) with 12288K/4096K bytes of memory.
16:48 < xlock> Version 12.0(3)T
16:48 < tcr> is there the comman uname available?
16:49 < xlock> tcr: no
16:49 < tcr> oh ;-)
16:49 < xlock> tcr: its cisco ios
16:50 < tcr> never used it
16:50 < xlock> tcr: but i have another machine:
16:50 < xlock> 2.2.19 #3 Tue May 8 16:24:33 CEST 2001 i686 unknown
16:50 < xlock>   4:48pm  up 491 days,  6:39,  2 users,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
16:52 < tcr> nice, but 2.2.2 is out now... ;-P
16:52 < xlock> tcr: who cares?
16:53 < tcr> just kidding :P
16:59 < litost> hmm...will the uptime rollover on that in a few days?
17:00 < xlock> litost: i think so
17:00 < litost> at 497 i believe
17:01 < litost> that'll be so cool =)
17:02 < Mike1> hi litost
17:03 < litost> hi Mike1, how are you?
17:04 < Mike1> i am ok recovering my voice and you my friend?
17:04 < litost> ok...i'm writing on some stupid little java app at work
17:04 < xlock> oh, i think this was fixed in 2.2.19
17:05 < litost> xlock: not sure, but i remember seeing something about it on lkml recently
17:23 < SMP> uptimes?
17:23 < SMP>   5:12pm  up 244 days,  5:08h,  1 user,  load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
17:23 < SMP> plus 497
17:23 < huebi> hehe
17:23 < SMP> huebi!! ;)
17:24 < SMP> huebi: have a minute?
17:24 < huebi> SMP: jo.
17:24 < SMP> I'm installing 1.5.19 ATM
17:24 < SMP> some issues
17:24 < huebi> great ;-)
17:25 < SMP> why is it that mounting of /dev and /proc was removed from /etc/profile ?
17:26 < huebi> moment
17:26 < SMP> must have been before cvs times
17:27 < huebi> yes, it must have been before. Can you add it?
17:28 < SMP> ok
17:28 < huebi> again?
17:28 < huebi> SMP: Did you get the contract?
17:28 < huebi> is it readable?
17:28 < Mike1> hi SMP and huebi :)
17:29 < huebi> moin Mike1 ;-)
17:29 < SMP> huebi: yes, it's ok
17:29 < huebi> nice.
17:30 < SMP> huebi: there will be more bureaucracy coming. you will have to send a contract directly to the .it registry
17:30 < SMP> huebi: they're a bit 'unusual'
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17:30 < SMP> huebi: that's why so few providers offer .it domains
17:31 < huebi> SMP: Ok. I'll do so. Interesting, some new bureaucracy ;-))
17:31 < SMP> ok, some packages are definetely in the wrong category in 1.5.19
17:31 < SMP> net/alsa e.g.
17:32 < huebi> SMP: Do you have some experience with wlan? I need it to make a network in three flats here.
17:32 < SMP> IMHO irssi should be in net/, like ircii is
17:32 < huebi> ack
17:32 < SMP> also lynx. like wget
17:33 < SMP> net/autofs and net/irda-utils should be in base/ IMHO
17:34 < huebi> jo, that sound good to m,e too
17:34 < SMP> I use autofs. but without any network filesystems ;)
17:35 < SMP> argh
17:35 < SMP> WTF is /usr/docs
17:36 < SMP> huebi: I've used my WLAN card. that's about all the experience I have with WLAN
17:37 < huebi> 17:35 < SMP> WTF is /usr/docs <- an error in bdb
17:41 < huebi> SMP: I move alsa to util
17:42 < SMP> eek
17:42 < SMP> there a static libs in /lib
17:42 < SMP> are
17:43 < SMP> I'll add a fixup to Build-Pkg and try it out with my build
17:43 < huebi> root@thor:/rock-linux/base-config/alsa# grep libuuid.a /var/adm/flists/*
17:43 < huebi> /var/adm/flists/e2fsprogs:e2fsprogs: lib/libuuid.a
17:44 < SMP> # grep -l ' lib/.*\a$' flists/*
17:44 < SMP> flists/e2fsprogs
17:44 < SMP> flists/shadow
17:45 < SMP> eh
17:46 < SMP> ' lib/.*\.a$' is the correct regex
17:46 < SMP> but that doesn't alter the result
17:48 < huebi> alsa and autofs are fixed.
17:50 < huebi> irssi and lynx, too
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17:52 < huebi> irda-utils is fixed, too
17:53 < huebi> e2fsprogs, shadow and bdb are on my todo list.
17:53 < huebi> bbl
17:56 < praenti> huebi: btw. where should the static libs?
17:57 < praenti> ...be
17:58 < praenti> because perhaps i need one from mesa for the xine-compile
18:09 < huebi> re
18:09 < huebi> praenti: I don't know
18:10 < huebi> praenti: I think in /usr/lib
18:13 < praenti> huebi: then its ok.
18:54 < d3mian> hi
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18:57 < praenti> bin wech
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18:59 < owl> hi
18:59 < d3mian> hi owl
18:59 < owl> hi d3mian
19:04 < Mike1> yo d3mian
19:06 < d3mian> Mike1: did u go to tratagua some days ago ?
19:06 < Mike1> no d3mian i coudl not i am sick
19:07 < Mike1> i am hardly been able to talk untill today
19:07 < d3mian> Mike1: i can go today then
19:07 < Mike1> ok please do so :)
19:07 < d3mian> send me back ur copies of forms
19:07 < Mike1> arrgg
19:07 < Mike1> ok
19:07 < d3mian> in separate mails please
19:07 < d3mian> :p
19:12 < Mike1> mail sent
19:12 < d3mian> k, nice
19:13 < d3mian> i received a mail which says i was chose to go walt disney with my family
19:13 * d3mian calling to a free USA phone number...
19:14 < Mike1> call collect *g
19:20 < Mike1> rolla: awake?
19:32 < rxr> hi Mike1
19:32 < Mike1> hallo rxr, wie geht es ihnen?
19:34 < tcr> Mike1: if you use the polite form, you must write it in capital letter (Ihnen) ;-)
19:34 < tcr> to be pedantic ;-)
19:34 < Mike1> tcr: arrg ok let go for 'dir' then :P
19:37 < tcr> Mike1: http://www.freebits.de/trash/sonstiges/mathilda-sig.txt ... .. . already seen?
19:38 < Mike1> hahahaha
19:38 < Mike1> nah i had not seen it
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20:01 < owl> re
20:01 < d3mian> Mike1: did u send both files ? (/me just received one)
20:01 < d3mian> wb owl
20:02 < owl> d3mian: thx
20:07 < esden> hi all
20:07 < d3mian> hi esden
20:08 < esden> hi d3mian 
20:09 < Mike1> d3mian: i sent one it was the same
20:09 < Mike1> hi esden
20:09 < d3mian> ahh ok
20:10 < esden> hi Mike1 !
20:11 < esden> muahaha ... megatokyo rulez !
20:11 < esden> WOMEN !!! *lool*
20:12 < d3mian> ?
20:13 < Mike1> d3bian?
20:14 < Mike1> i mean esden* ?
20:15 < d3mian> argg
20:15 < Mike1> :PP
20:16 < owl> hi esden
20:16 < owl> esden: did you get the memo about "linux magazin"?
20:16 * d3mian listening las "ketchup - asereje.mp3"
20:23 < esden> ja ich habe es bekommen ... danke
20:24 < owl> oki
20:24 < esden> Mike1: http://www.megatokyo.com ... read it ... but you better start from the beginning ... it is really good ... 
20:24 < esden> that is not so much
20:24 < Mike1> esden: ok i will do it after lunch :)
20:28 < esden> good ;-)
20:29 < Mike1> ok now i will eat :) see you in a while
20:29 * Mike1 away
20:30 < d3mian> cya Mike1 , /me away too
20:56 < esden> cu all
20:56 < esden> n8
20:58 < owl> bye esden.
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21:30 < Mike1> re
21:30 * Mike1 is back
21:31 < owl> wb Mike1
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21:58 < owl> re
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22:06 < owl> hi [anders]
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22:12 < Mike1> huh [anders]
22:45 < owl> g8. cu.
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22:54 < huebi> MoeP!
22:54 < huebi> *g*
22:56 < martin__> gn8
22:56 < Mike1> hi huebi
22:56 < huebi> hi Mike1
23:01 < term_emu> goodnight
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23:22 < awacs> hello
23:22 < awacs> jemand da der mir ne frage zur rocklinux installation beantworten kann ?
23:23 < huebi> awacs: Welche version?
23:24 < awacs> 1.5.17 intel
23:24 < huebi> awacs: frag.
23:25 < awacs> ich will mir rocklinux auf meinen schlepptop ziehen, der hat n wahlweise cdrom oder floppy und rocklinux hängt sich gnadenlos weg wenn er mit eingelegter cd versucht den floppy controller anzusprechen
23:27 < huebi> Ich habe gerade keine kernel quellen zur hand, aber es sollte moglich sein, das testen des floppy controllers mit eine bootparameter fuer lilo zu unterbinden.
23:27 < huebi> keine Ahnung, wie.
23:28 < awacs> ja das hab ich mir auch gedacht nur leider in keiner docu und keiner man diesen parameter gefunden
23:28 < awacs> =)
23:28 < awacs> naja danke für die hilfe soweit dann werde ich mich wohl weiter auf dei suche machen müssen, die scheiss kiste hat bei debian das gleiche problem
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23:29 < huebi> grep mal in den kernel quellen, da solltest du fuendig werden
23:29 < huebi> moin tsa
23:29 < tsa> jute tach
23:29 < awacs> thxc
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23:37 < Mike1> hi tsa
23:38 < d3mian> Mike1:
23:39 < d3mian> i couldnt go today to #tratagua, ill go tomorrow, my free day!
23:39 < Mike1> are you sure that you will go?
23:40 < d3mian> yes
23:40 < d3mian> ill go early! at morning
23:41 < Mike1> mm.. ok
23:43 < d3mian> cause it's my free day, so ill start with the uni stuff since afternoon
23:44 < Mike1> ok
23:52 < SMP> hrmm
23:52 * SMP needs $reallyold rock-src
23:53 < tsa> hm..
23:53 < Mike1> d3mian: the packages update package that you sent is wrong
23:53 < huebi> SMP: -rw-r--r--    1 huebi    huebi     1879079 Mar 13  2002 rock-src-1.5.12.tar.bz2
23:53 < huebi> my oldest
23:53 < tsa> SMP: how old?
23:53 < d3mian> dunno, maybe
23:53 < d3mian> why :)
23:53 < SMP> no, more like 1.3.7 :)
23:54 < huebi> or 1.4.0. But not in the moment, it's in the office.
23:54 < SMP> 1.4.0 is not old enough
23:54 < huebi> sorry
23:54 < huebi> SMP: have you some more bugs found in 1.5.19?
23:54 < SMP> oh yeah
23:55 < Mike1> d3mian: in you diff you confused the old-dir with the new-dir they are inverted
23:55 < huebi> nice. First bug report since 4 weeks or so
23:55 < Mike1> so in stead of trying to update it tryes to downgrade from the new versions
23:55 < SMP> huebi: I don't know how one can overlook those :-((
23:55 < tsa> rock-linux-1.2.0 <- old enough?
23:55 < d3mian> Mike1: da u want me to fix it ?
23:56 < SMP> tsa: too old ;) but thanks
23:56 < Mike1> d3mian: you submited the patch to the RLML you should
23:56 < tsa> hehe..
23:56 < Mike1> btw i replyed to the mail
23:56 < Mike1> tsa: you got 1.2.0 sources?
23:57 < d3mian> well, for me is not a prob a whole patch, anyways i cut and paste!
23:57 < tsa> Mike1: sure, they're on my 1.2.0 binary CD ;-)
23:57 < Mike1> d3mian: quoting the ROCK Linux Patch Guide :
23:57 < Mike1> 4. One patch should solve only one issue. If you have multiple (independent)
23:57 < Mike1>     fixes, send multiple patches.
23:58 < Mike1> tsa: may i have the iso ? *g
23:58 < d3mian> ahh ok Mike1 , no prob
23:58 < tsa> Mike1: sure...i'll tkae the CD to work with me tomorrow and put it somewhere where you can get it a a reasonable speed..
23:59 < Mike1> tsa: thanks !!
23:59 < tsa> no problem..
23:59 < Mike1> d3mian: thanks a lot for helping us just make sure to test your patches before submiting them and that they are made acording to the rock linux patch guide :)
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