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00:21 < Mike1> have a nice weekend guys!
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02:14 < mkaufman_> Hey, i own a linux consultant company, and I was wondering how easy it was to modify the install script to include a logo, and possible some better step-by-step install directions within the installer
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04:26 < aszlig> re
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09:32 < blindcoder> anyone in?
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10:23 < esden_> re
10:23 < esden_> hi blindcoder 
10:25 -!- You're now known as esden
10:25 < esden> ahh coool !
10:25 < esden> what was this stuff !
10:36 < blindcoder> hi esden
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10:52 < kasc> moin
10:52 < blindcoder> moin kasc
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12:35 < holyolli> moin
12:38 < blindcoder> moin holyolli
12:38 < holyolli> hi blindcoder
12:40 < blindcoder> 10 minutes... then finally I get something to eat :)
12:41 < holyolli> is that the time the microwave oven needs to warm up the food?
12:42 < blindcoder> yepp :)
12:46 < holyolli> na denn..guten hunger...! :)
12:46 < blindcoder> hmm... creating ssh keys on a 200 MHz box sure takes its time...
12:51 < blindcoder> danke, werd ich haben :)
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13:52 < blindcoder> hmm... how big (approx.) are the required pacakges (generic target) in 1./?
13:52 < blindcoder> 1.7?
13:52 < blindcoder> do they fit into a 3.5 GB disk?
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14:37 < esden> re hi all
14:38 < esden> moep
14:38 < holyolli> hi esden
14:38 < esden> hi holyolli 
14:38 < chriZzzz_> jo
14:38 < esden> holyolli: I got your mail
14:38 < holyolli> esden: nice :)
14:38 < esden> but I have long time now not booted my alpha
14:38 < esden> (no time)
14:38 < holyolli> ah
14:38 * holyolli knows that problem... :-(
14:39 < esden> and most likely I will have to concentrate on 1.7 alpha port because 1.7 will be earlier become 2.0 then 1.5 will become 1.6 ... ;-)
14:39 < esden> that is my forecast ;-)
14:39 < holyolli> hehe
14:40 < esden> and that is not because of the alpha port ...
14:40 < esden> when you ask me
14:40 < esden> but I do not want to start a flamewar here ;-)
14:40 < holyolli> *hm*
14:40 < holyolli>  /* no comment */
14:40 < holyolli> ;-)
14:41 < esden> holyolli: good ;-)
14:41 < holyolli> esden: i'll wait till 19c3 - after that i'll be anyway a half year away from .de
14:41 < esden> holyolli: where will you be then ?
14:41 < holyolli> esden: u.s. (arizona)
14:42 < esden> holyolli: the pilot stuff ?
14:42 < holyolli> exactly...flying my ass off... ;-)
14:42 < esden> hehe ... I wish you lot of fun with it
14:42 < blindcoder> hi esden
14:42 < esden> flying is something really beautifull
14:43 < holyolli> thx...but befor that i must pass my "zwischentest"
14:43 < holyolli> esden: that's right
14:43 < esden> hehe ... you will some day have to rely on some software that me or indirectly me has written ... that is my second forecast ;-)
14:43 < esden> so be aware ;-)
14:44 < esden> blindcoder: are you going lugin with me ?
14:44 < holyolli> esden: are you planning to work at airbus...?
14:44 < blindcoder> hmmm how long is lugin today?
14:44 * -> esden has to call fake ... >_<
14:44 < blindcoder> I have to be at home by 17
14:44 < esden> blindcoder: no idea ... 
14:44 < esden> blindcoder: then you go at the right time
14:44 < blindcoder> scorpien will come round then and then we pick up melli
14:44 < esden> we meat at 16:00
14:44 < blindcoder> esden: want to come with us?
14:44 < blindcoder> 16... nah, that's too late... still ahven't showered and changed today...
14:45 < esden> and later we should be till ... 20:00
14:45 < esden> there
14:45 < blindcoder> esden: do you know how big Download -required for a generic target is?
14:45 < esden> blindcoder: you are terribly lazy ... get your ass up ... and get active !!! ;-){
14:45 < blindcoder> does it fit into 3.5 GB?
14:45 < blindcoder> esden: I _AM_ active
14:45 < esden> blindcoder: yes it will fit
14:46 < esden> blindcoder: aha ... ok ... when you say that ;-) 
14:46 < blindcoder> I currently set up the Ultra64 compile for 1.7
14:46 < blindcoder> and I'm writing CDs like crazy
14:46 < blindcoder> about 25 since 12 o'clock yesterday
14:46 < esden> holyolli: I am sure that something of the software I will have in my fingers will leak at least to airbus
14:46 < blindcoder> with a 8x CD-Writer
14:47 < holyolli> esden: oh...what kind of sw is that..?
14:47 * -> esden wants to specialize in Operating Systems and Networks
14:47 < holyolli> ah
14:47 < holyolli> nice
14:47 < esden> that also means embeded systems ... and stuff
14:47 < holyolli> jepp
14:47 < blindcoder> esden: does the compile fit in, too, or do I need a NFS server?
14:47 < esden> nope blindcoder 
14:48 < blindcoder> nope it doesn't fit or nope I don't need NFS?
14:49 < esden> it does not fit and it does not need NFS
14:50 < blindcoder> erm... what other means are there to increase available file-system-space without plugging in another disk?
14:50 < esden> blindcoder: rm -rf /data/anime 
14:50 < holyolli> *lol*
14:51 < blindcoder> baka... I'm on fuckup, not on crazyhorse
14:51 < esden> *GG*
14:51 < blindcoder> and fuckup only has a 3.8 GB Disk
14:51 < esden> aha
14:51 < esden> then say it now
14:51 * blindcoder feels the urge to strangulate esden 
14:51 < esden> it will be enough to create stage 1 and 2
14:51 < esden> I think
14:52 < esden> when you choose packets carefully
14:52 < esden> so you can start porting
14:52 < esden> but after some time you will need a bigger disk for sure
14:53 < blindcoder> yes, that's out of question...
14:58 < praenti> hi.
14:59 < blindcoder> hi praenti
14:59 < praenti> cool my patch for fetchmail is in 6.1.1
15:00 < blindcoder> hehe
15:00 < praenti> it rewrites a return-path ala <@irgendwas>
15:01 < praenti> sysmail.large has @poseidon and my postfix wanted to send to @poseidon.biersorten.dyndns.org. so i had to write a patch
15:01 < blindcoder> hmm... I'd say poseidon should be properly configured in the first place
15:03 < praenti> it is. for a local domain, it is working, but on some system bounced. the return-path is not for sending a with the return-path in from line.
15:03 < praenti> ach ich mach das mal schnell in deutsch
15:04 < blindcoder> praenti: poesidon ist aber keine lokale domain, also ist er falsch konfiguriert
15:06 < praenti> ich mein so ein return-path is ok bis auf das er keine domain hat (das geht nach rfc281 nicht). nur nimmt kein normaler mensch den return-path als from her. und da würde ein @irgendwas bei meinem postfix nicht grad auf gegenliebe stoßen
15:06 < praenti> und fetchmail macht das eben schon. sprich bei einem @irgendwas baut er den um in eine gültige from-line
15:06 < praenti> mit meinem patch ;-)
15:07 < blindcoder> und wieso hat sysmail.large keinen gueltigen Ftom: Header?
15:08 < praenti> from header is gültig. bloß retrun-path nicht. bei fetchmail is retrun-path = from-header damit der ursprüngliche from nicht verändert wird
15:08 < blindcoder> des musste mir wann anders mal erklaeren ich kapier das problem nicht ganz...
15:08 < praenti> warum sysmail.large allerdings keinen gültigen return-path hat, kann ich dir nicht sagen
15:09 < praenti> mach ich
15:09 < blindcoder> wieso sollte fetchmail die header veraendern?
15:09 < praenti> machts auch nicht. aber einige mtas haben da so suchten
15:10 < blindcoder> *kopfschuettelundfreudassseinsendmail/procmail/mutttriumvirateinwandfreilaeuft*
15:10 < praenti> ;-)
15:12 < blindcoder> praenti: do you still have these problems reading my signed mails?
15:13 < praenti> blindcoder: no. inline-smime s known by enigmail
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15:13 < blindcoder> praenti: okay
15:14 < praenti> blindcoder: the best thing was when i have send a mail to hannes without inline-pgp. he could not decrypt the mail with mutt ;-)
15:14 < praenti> blindcoder: it is a very strict implemetation of the rfc. (i think that this is very good)
15:14 < blindcoder> *lol*
15:15 < blindcoder> hmm... i think it should be strict with crypting but not as strict with decrypting
15:16 < blindcoder> hmm dammit... I'm short on PS/2-Keyboards...
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15:54 < huebi> moin
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16:00 < tcr> moin all
16:01 < huebi> moin tcr
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16:04 < blindcoder> moin huebi tcr
16:04 < huebi> moin blindcoder
17:11 < huebi> belnet.sourceforge.net is down.. This helped: for i in `grep -l belnet */*pz`; do sed s/belnet/switch/ $i > /tmp/$$.tmp ; mv /tmp/$$.tmp $i ; done
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17:15 < LocalHero> Hi
17:16 < tcr> moin
17:16 < LocalHero> Anybody know any free xservers for windows?
17:16 < huebi> LocalHero: vnc?
17:17 < LocalHero> huebi,, well, i want to tunnel x11 with ssh and then display it on a computer
17:31 < fake> hi there
17:31 < huebi> moin fake
17:32 < fake> LocalHero: cygwin's xfree-port
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17:32 < fake> nad i have a very old freeware release of something that got payware by now
17:33 < Paul666> any c gurus here?
17:33 < tcr> for real gurus try #c ;)
17:33 < Paul666> thanks
17:34 < Paul666> is that a channel???
17:34 < Paul666> I didnt see it
17:34 < tcr> maybe it's set to secret
17:35 < Paul666> you code C?
17:35 < Paul666> c++
17:35 < Paul666> ?
17:35 < tcr> C, but i'm far away from a guru
17:35 < LocalHero> fake, hmm, well i dont want to use cygwin. I want something like xwin32
17:36 < Paul666> here's a tough one:Write a function from scratch that opens a file, without using fread,fopen,open,etc
17:37 < Paul666> this is my issue with C/C++:everything is based on functions,libraries-but what is the making of those functions,ie. what are the details of the fopen func., how does it work???
17:38 < Paul666> C/C++ is a very small language
17:38 < Paul666> So, I'm asking, with the sparse language, how does it do all that it does?
17:38 < Paul666> What is the nuts and bolts?
17:39 < tcr> take a look at the soruces of glibc
17:39 < Paul666> ok
17:39 < Paul666> I bet it's all asm
17:39 < Paul666> mostly
17:39 < tcr> no
17:40 < tcr> e.g. open is a systemcall provided by your OS, e.g. linux
17:40 < Paul666> Cuz I cant belive that with just basic keywords one can create a function that accesses the HDD
17:40 < Paul666> ok, create the syscall!
17:40 < Paul666> how???
17:40 < Paul666> what made it?
17:40 < tcr> a system routine using other functions
17:40 < Paul666> and ???
17:40 < Paul666> get deep man
17:40 < Paul666> see, that's ahacker
17:40 < Paul666> I have to know everything
17:40 < tcr> well
17:41 < Paul666> the base details
17:41 < Paul666> what makes linux tick
17:41 < Paul666> how do you create your own syscall, how about a single function that wipes the HDD,reboots,and installs an new OS all in one shot
17:42 < Paul666> that would be nice
17:42 < tcr> i didn't bother very much with it, it's on my private todo list... there is a VFS layer to generalize the filesystem acess
17:42 < tcr> most things of an OS are generalized
17:43 < Paul666> I see, a pattern of sorts
17:43 < tcr> see, there's a driver for a certain HD, it handles the way how to control the hd
17:43 < Paul666> I was told If I really really , need to know this stuff I need to get into kernel hacking
17:43 < Paul666> a driver,eh?
17:44 < tcr> yes you need
17:44 < tcr> but well..
17:44 < tcr> i dunno why you want to know... if it has a special purpose, consider if it's really needed to go in kernel space
17:45 < tcr> kernel <-> C library (mostly glibc) <-> standard programms
17:45 < Paul666> well, the goal is knowlegde
17:46 < Paul666> you see, at the base
17:46 < tcr> okay, then we share the same purpose
17:46 < Paul666> the OS has to have an interface to the hardware
17:46 < Paul666> we, as the coder
17:46 < Paul666> speak to the shell
17:46 < Paul666> whether it be
17:46 < Paul666> C,OCAML
17:46 < Paul666> bash
17:46 < Paul666> Perl
17:46 < Paul666> etc
17:47 < Paul666> but that gets trnslated
17:47 < Paul666> even asm
17:47 < Paul666> has to get brought down a leve;
17:47 < Paul666> level
17:47 < Paul666> it all comes down to electronics
17:47 < Paul666> the cpu, the mainboard
17:48 < tcr> check out www.kernelnewbies.org and http://www.tldp.org/guides.html
17:48 < Paul666> cool
17:48 < Paul666> thanks
17:48 < Paul666> You know where I'm coming from bro! right?
17:48 < tcr> I buyed a book about kernel programming since i like real papers much more then electronics things
17:49 < tcr> nope, should i?
17:49 < Paul666> yeah, I like sitting on my bed flipping actuel paper myself!
17:49 < Paul666> well,my quest to know
17:50 < Paul666> to have a visceral understanding of intrinsic matters
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17:50 < tcr> ..will take several years
17:51 < Paul666> I have time
17:51 < Paul666> it;s all about the journey, not the destination...
17:51 < Paul666> Think about it this way
17:52 < Paul666> all those years of learning
17:52 < Paul666> that passion
17:52 < Paul666> the excitement you got on your first hack
17:52 < Paul666> thta;s gone
17:52 * tcr phoning
17:52 < Paul666> you'll never feel that the same way when you are a "expert"
17:52 < Paul666> thats why we keep searching
17:53 < Paul666> just like a drug addict
17:53 < Paul666> so I take itin stride
17:53 < Paul666> cuz those learning days are glory my friend
17:54 < Paul666> it really is
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17:55 < tcr> re
17:55 < tcr> Paul666: http://safari.oreilly.com/?XmlId=0-596-00002-2
17:55 < tcr> and http://safari.oreilly.com/?XmlId=0-59600-008-1
17:55 < Paul666> cool, what is it?
17:56 < tcr> i don't own them, I buyed books by Addison-Wesley ... am checking if they exist in english as well
17:57 < fake> Cuber and Wenzel rule
17:57 < Paul666> thnkx
17:58 < Paul666> to be honest though, for most tasks, I think Perl kicks the ass out of C/C++, anyone agree?
17:58 < tcr> http://www.aw.com/catalog/academic/product/1,4096,0201612437,00.html sounds good for a gernal overview about a kernel concept
17:58 < Paul666> neato
17:58 < Paul666> damn you got the links dude!
17:59 < Paul666> I got like 10 windows open now...
17:59 < tcr> that's what i own: http://www.aw.com/catalog/academic/product/1,4096,0201719754,00.html (and I must say, the german book-cover looks much nicer)
18:01 < Paul666> how old are you tcr?
18:01 < Paul666> I'm 24
18:01 < tcr> Paul666: the Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister sucks
18:01 < Paul666> why do you say that?
18:02 < tcr> perl is a mess
18:02 < Paul666> it looks a mess ,yes
18:02 < tcr> ack
18:03 < Paul666> it's a sloppy one,no doubt
18:03 < Paul666> so?
18:03 < tcr> it looks like it's mostly used
18:03 < tcr> like a  very dirty hack
18:04 < Paul666> Well...the Perl doc says it all
18:04 < Paul666> efficient not ellegant
18:05 < Paul666> C syntax is very structured, organized
18:05 < Paul666> more hackable
18:05 < Paul666> in a way
18:05 < Paul666> but Perl is better with raw data
18:05 < Paul666> I think
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18:48 < esden> hi all
18:48 < huebi> moin esden
18:49 < esden> hi huebi 
18:50 < esden> huebi: what was the virus mail from you ?
18:50 < huebi> esden: I did not send a mail in the las 2 weeks.
18:52 < esden> huebi: see rlml
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19:06 < huebi> esden: Yes, it's definitly faked.
19:15 < esden> ok
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20:13 < zer0_o> rofl ... 201 viruses on my winxp box ;)
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20:34 < rolla> re
20:38 < huebi> hi rolla ;-)
20:38 < rolla> hallo
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21:15 < tsa> moin
21:36 < huebi> hi tsa
21:41 < tsa> hi huebi
21:53 < huebi> tsa: nessus has now version 1.2.6
21:54 < tsa> ack - i'll probably do the update tomorrow..
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21:55 < huebi> tsa: I just do it in the moment.
21:55 < tsa> hehe, ok..
21:56 < tsa> [D] 1483296060 libnasl-1.2.6.tar.gz ftp://ftp.nessus.org/pub/nessus/nessus-1.2.6/src/
21:56 < tsa> [D] 2422264802 nessus-core-1.2.6.tar.gz ftp://ftp.nessus.org/pub/nessus/nessus-1.2.6/src/
21:56 < tsa> [D] 2230904791 nessus-libraries-1.2.6.tar.gz ftp://ftp.nessus.org/pub/nessus/nessus-1.2.6/src/
21:56 < tsa> [D] 582300341 nessus-plugins-1.2.6.tar.gz ftp://ftp.nessus.org/pub/nessus/nessus-1.2.6/src/
21:56 < huebi> tsa: I know the co-author, Jodan, of nessus since a few months and on thursday we have been to the Systems in munich. He told me much about nessus and now I had a look at it.
21:56 < huebi> tsa: thanks
21:57 < tsa> ah, i see..
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21:57 < tsa> nessus is a really nice piece of software..
21:59 < huebi> tsa: I saw that at the Systems. He hold a very nice talk about WLAN, sniffing and security.
21:59 < tsa> hehe
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22:03 < huebi> tsa: Would you commit the changes in nessus, please. You're the maintainer ;-) Can you also add the authors?
22:03 < tsa> hm...aren't the authors already added?
22:04 < huebi> tsa: no, I didn' see them.
22:04 < huebi> http://www.nessus.com/contact.html
22:05 < tsa> hm...nessus.desc in 1.7 has
22:05 < tsa> [A] Renaud Deraison <deraison@cvs.nessus.org>
22:05 < tsa> i'll check for 1.5
22:05 < huebi> # Jordan Hrycaj : is the author of the PEKS library (the cipher layer used by Nessus).
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22:05 * tsa cvs co'ing..
22:09 < tsa>  ./scripts/Build-Index ..
22:13 < tsa> cvs ci -> done.
22:13 < tsa> huebi: please update your working tree... ;-)
22:16 < huebi> tsa: I just started ;-)
22:16 < tsa> hehe, ok..
22:16 < tsa> hm..
22:16 < tsa> cvs.rocklinux.de is terrible slow...althoug it's a celeron 400mhz..
22:16 < tsa> strange.
22:17 < huebi> high network load or something similar.
22:17 < tsa> possible..
22:18 < huebi> the news server has much load.
22:20 < praenti> hi
22:20 < praenti> anybody read the mails with screen
22:20 * tsa prefers mutt. ;)
22:25 < praenti> tsa: ... in the subject
22:25 < praenti> tsa: i belive you cant read mails with screen, you only can read it in screen ;-)
22:26 < tsa> no, you could also /bin/cat it to your line printer ;-)
22:30 < praenti> tsa: yeah ;-)
22:31 < praenti> die idee is krank
22:31 < tsa> ja und? ;-)
22:31 < tsa> hast du etwa was anderes erwartet? *G*
22:32 < praenti> wenn ich ehrlich bin. nein *lol*
22:32 < tsa> hehe
22:32 < praenti> zitat: "they are propellerheads"
22:33 * praenti is going to bed. vorlesung um 8:15
22:33 < praenti> gn8
22:33 < tsa> cu praenti
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22:45 < holyolli> re
22:45 < huebi> tach alter Flugbusfahrer *g*
22:46 < holyolli> hi huebi :)
22:53 < huebi> tsa: Warum hast du deinen eigenen w32codec in xine?
22:53 < tsa> hm?
22:54 < huebi> # [D] 4107906057 w32codec.zip http://www.jaenicke.org/rock/
22:55 < huebi> wuerde der vom mplayer nicht auch gehen?
22:55 < huebi>  [D] 763750159 w32codec-0.90pre7.tar.bz2 ftp://mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/
22:56 < tsa> hm....
22:57 < tsa> da war mal irgendwann was, dass die w32codex-seite andauernd down war, deswegen hatte ich das gemirrort..
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22:57 < tsa> # [M] Michael Obster <praenti@bingo-ev.de>
22:57 < huebi> tsa: ah so.
22:57 < tsa> it's not my fault ;)
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22:58 < huebi> hehe
22:58 < tsa> ich loesch das mal einfach, dann muss er es fixen ;)
22:58 < tsa> oehm...ich hab das sogar schon laengst geloescht.. *G*
23:03 < tsa> *gaehn*
23:03 < tsa> btw....muss das eigentlich sein, dass jetzt jeder seine heimat ueber die mailingliste verteilt?
23:03 < tsa> eine direkte mail haette es doch auch getan.. *nerv*
23:04 < huebi> spam ist modern...
23:05 < tsa> ..und wer ist Sabine Peuss? Und warum lernt sie nicht, einen Autoresponder zu bedienen?
23:06 < holyolli> hehe
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23:07 < huebi> tsa: Ich habe ihr sendmail und mutt oder pine nicht beigebracht. Sie benutzt nur Outlook.
23:07 < huebi> und ROCK Linux...
23:07 < tsa> huebi: du kennst die?
23:07 < tsa> aaah!
23:07 < tsa> pro7
23:07 < tsa> boese hacker am werk
23:08 < huebi> jo, arbeitet bei einem Kunden. Ich habe ihr Linux in groben Grundzuegen beigebracht.
23:27 < zer0_o> huhu alle
23:29 < zer0_o> ich hab immer noch das selbe problem mit lilo =| hab heute wieder was versucht, aber es will einfach net =|
23:32 < zer0_o> das hat wohl was zu tun mit dem CIH virus den ich drauf hatte .. egal, hört eh niemand zu ...
23:32 < zer0_o> schlaft schön ...
23:32 < huebi> zer0_o: use grub
23:32 < zer0_o> bei grub das selbe ...
23:33 < huebi> hmmm
23:33 < zer0_o> bei lilo bleibts bei der ausgabe "li"  stehen und bei grub "grub" nix mehr geht..
23:34 < huebi> dann nimm nur eine Platte. Dann muss es gehen.
23:34 < zer0_o> eine platte hab ich auch schon versucht..
23:35 < zer0_o> vielleicht ist auch mbr defekt .. =/
23:35 < huebi> dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/platte. Dann is er weg, der virus.
23:35 < huebi> count=1 waere dann auch noch gut, sonst ist die Platte danach leer.
23:36 < zer0_o> hm, ich versuch das mal
23:36 < zer0_o> die platte is eh leer ;)
23:37 < zer0_o> danke
23:38 < zer0_o> nu muss ich ins bett, gute nacht.. hab schule und vier prüfungen morgen =/
23:38 < holyolli> zer0_o: n8 und viel erfolg!
23:38 < huebi> viel erfolg
23:38 < zer0_o> nix gelernt ;(
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23:38 * holyolli geht nu aber auch schlafen
23:39 < holyolli> cu
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