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00:03 < tcr> Ok folks...
00:03 < daja77> re
00:03 < daja77> n8 tcr
00:04 < tcr> I found the appropriate tshirt I'll wear when going into a disco with Mike1
00:04 < Mike1> cu tcr
00:04 < tcr> http://www.hackerstickers.com/images/willhackforsex-large-tshirt.jpg
00:04 < tcr> Blah, won't leave you
00:04 < Mike1> tcr: excellent choice
00:04 < Mike1> :)
00:05 < daja77> wtf /usr/sbin/stone is an empty file
00:05 < Mike1> 0_o
00:05 < tcr> hmm, but 20$ is a bit expensive; what do you think?
00:05 < daja77> tcr: you can print such stuff yourself
00:06 < daja77> Mike1: after update *argl*
00:06 < Mike1> oh yes, but we can make pay $5 here to get it done byt someone else
00:06 < tcr> Heh cool
00:07 < tcr> http://www.hackerstickers.com/images/rtfmfm-shirt-full.jpg -- good thing for wearing in class
00:07 < daja77> but what if noone wants to see you hack ...
00:07 < Mike1> daja77: they suck then :)
00:08 < daja77> do you wanna see tcr hack?
00:08 < Mike1> depends on what he will hack :)
00:08 < tcr> wood, what else
00:09 < Mike1> tcr: i will be honored to see you hack daja77's box :)
00:09 < Mike1> or dos ome rock stuff together :)
00:10 < daja77> ahem is the stone script autogenerated at install or what
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00:11 < Mike1> oroborus
00:11 < Mike1> hi dreamind
00:12 * daja77 cursing rock
00:13 * daja77 cursing me
00:14 < daja77> *aaaargh* who enabled asking questions options in cp
00:15 < Mike1> *ggg*
00:15 < dreamind> Hi Mike1
00:16 * tcr loves geekism!! http://geekshirts.sourceforge.net/
00:17 < daja77> *wee* apache up with subversion 0.24.2
00:18 < dreamind> hm, subversion, wasn't that this thingy which needed webdav?
00:18 < dreamind> and wasn't webdav completely insecure?
00:19 < daja77> fixed in apache 2.0.46
00:19 < dreamind> well nope. I mean a design failure.
00:20 < dreamind> since apache runs under www-data or something similar...
00:20 < daja77> ?
00:20 < dreamind> all files which shall be writeable by webdav have to be writeable by www-data
00:20 < dreamind> and this implies a big security hole if you for example run php scripts on the same server through mod-php.
00:20 < daja77> yeah
00:20 < daja77> I don't
00:21 < dreamind> all these files can also modify your subversion stuff.
00:21 < daja77> no php, no problem
00:21 < dreamind> and thats what I really _DONT_ like at subversion.
00:21 < dreamind> but there is still perl, cgi and ssi.
00:21 < daja77> you can use subversion without webdav
00:21 < dreamind> I know, but then its also without apache AFAIK.
00:21 < dreamind> which I would prefer.
00:22 < dreamind> but anyhow I still prefer arch.
00:22 < daja77> + it is my server, so what
00:22 < dreamind> lol... because its your server, its secure?
00:22 < daja77> no but if I don't run scripting stuff on it
00:22 < tcr> dreamind: Yeah, arch is the damn fucking best free scm out
00:23 < dreamind> anyhow, do what you want, I won't use subversion.
00:23 < dreamind> tcr: I know several projects using it :)
00:23 < daja77> *shrug*
00:23 < dreamind> but most people seem to stuck with cvs.
00:23 < daja77> nah cvs sucks
00:23 < dreamind> daja77: of course it does.
00:23 < dreamind> there was a "be" missing ;)
00:23 < tcr> Yeah, but svn is just a better _replacement_
00:24 < daja77> yepp that's what I like
00:24 < tcr> How naive
00:25 < daja77> aha
00:26 < daja77> what a fuckin name how should one find it in google
00:26 < tcr> Ah, good boy :)
00:26 < tcr> wait up
00:27 < tcr> http://arch.fifthvision.net/
00:28 < tcr> Really, if you spend some time getting familiar in the concepts, you'll miss those in svn
00:28 < tcr> with its concepts
00:29 < daja77> site looks a bit like trolltech
00:29 < daja77> hmm distributed repos
00:30 < daja77> haha
00:30 < daja77> comparison is nice
00:31 < daja77> they claim server admininstration is hard in subversion, wtf
00:31 < tcr> the comparasion is dated
00:32 < daja77> yeah seems as subversion has gained since that
00:33 < tcr> Yes, but that doesn't mean it's any better. In fact it isn't
00:33 < daja77> aha well I don't need distributed repos
00:34 < daja77> as far as I can see this is the only outstanding feature in it
00:35 < tcr> It's more than that.
00:35 < daja77> lacking docu btw
00:35 < tcr> You don't wanna tell me that you can really judge something only by looking at it in one short glance
00:35 < tcr> No, there's a very good tutorial
00:36 < daja77> I can't find it
00:36 < tcr> http://regexps.srparish.net/tutorial-tla/arch.html
00:37 < daja77> I'll do no final judgement now, but svn just works for me atm
00:37 < daja77> and I do not talk about rock, I speak of studienarbeit and stuff
00:39 < daja77> the svn-book is nice btw :)
00:42 < daja77> *gna* the outfit of that tutorial tires me, will read it later
00:43 < mnemoc> tcr: tla is arch written in c :)
00:43 < mnemoc> really cool and fast
00:43 < tcr> mnemoc: Yup. :)
00:44 < mnemoc> have you seen 'darc'?
00:45 < daja77> do they use bdb?
00:45 < tcr> daja77: No, "they" seem it as a dead shot
00:45 < daja77> good
00:45 < tcr> daja77: mom
00:46 < mnemoc> http://abridgegame.org/darcs/
00:46 < tcr> http://lists.fifthvision.net/pipermail/arch-users/2003-February/025283.html
00:46 < mnemoc> it's written in haskell
00:46 < daja77> *lol*
00:47 * daja77 had to program haskell at university
00:47 < mnemoc> haskell is nice
00:47 < Mike1> mnemoc: 0_p
00:47 < Mike1> 0_o
00:47 < mnemoc> i have it on mnemoc-devel repos.
00:48 < mnemoc> Mike1: had u used it?
00:48 < Mike1> had to yes
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00:48 < daja77> haskell is nice for playing yes
00:49 < Mike1> :)
00:49 < mnemoc> :-\
00:50 < mnemoc> at least an RCS is written on it ;)
00:50 < daja77> mnemoc: try io in haskell *haha*
00:51 < mnemoc> :|
00:51 < daja77> :)
00:52 < tcr> daja77: See I did scratch svn and cvs only on their surface, so I can't really say what's so good on arch, because it's got a quasi standard for me.
00:53 < tcr> daja77: Of course, arch can play best on multi-persona works
00:53 < mnemoc> the diffing stuff is better
00:53 < daja77> where?
00:53 < mnemoc> arch
00:53 < tcr> daja77: but branching for zero-cost is something I use very much locally
00:53 < mnemoc> merg/patch/joy :)
00:54 < tcr> daja77: and things like tree-lint (a programm to keep your sources clean) is also cool
00:54 < daja77> tcr: np with that, but somehow don't like to switch atm
00:54 < mnemoc> i have lost my work over rock many times because of the no branches
00:55 < mnemoc> daja77: but we need something like arch for 2.1
00:55 < tcr> daja77: arch has quite a lot weird things for new users, because tomlord (the author of arch) is quite a bit of a reformator of the world, and he sees how the world could look like, and he tries to make arch a gate for this world
00:55 < daja77> oh sit
00:55 < daja77> shit
00:56 < daja77> I don't want a gate to the world, a working rcs would be fine :))
00:56 < tcr> for example he thinks that keeping the object files within the dir of sources is just plain crap
00:56 < tcr> instead building should be moved to some different place
00:57 < daja77> great really, hey does it mean arch gets unusable after some time
00:57 < daja77> + I like to check in binary files in svn
00:57 < mnemoc> ?
00:57 < daja77> mnemoc: I tend to hate people who want to convert me to any religion, you know
00:57 < mnemoc> daja77: why do u see it 'unusable after some time'
00:58 < tcr> daja77: Arch can handle binary files too
00:58 < daja77> good
00:58 < daja77> cvs cannot, really :(
00:58 < Mike1> bye
00:58 < mnemoc> barching and merges are the best point i see in arch
00:58 < daja77> n8 mnemoc
00:58 < tcr> daja77: no it ain't that bad, and it won't ever
00:58 < daja77> Mike1:
00:58 < tcr> bye Mike1
00:58 < mnemoc> n8 daja77
00:58 < Mike1> have a great weekend my friends
00:58 < mnemoc> :)
00:59 < daja77> mnemoc: :P
00:59 < mnemoc> gn8 Mike1
00:59 < tcr> mnemoc: and distributed repositories: Basically every checkout behaves as if you'd have set up a local RCS for the sources
00:59 < daja77> I mean getting worse than cvs is hard work *gg*
00:59 < Mike1> n8? i'm getting drunk tonight :)
00:59 < Mike1> cya :)
00:59 < daja77> hehe heave fun
01:00 < daja77> arch, subversion, stupid names both
01:00 < tcr> daja77: on the mailinglist are really smart people who're longer in bussiness than we three together
01:00 < mnemoc> daja77: arch became 'tla'
01:01 < tcr> daja77: They develop their own taste that's common sense, really.
01:01 < tcr> mnemoc: tla is just 'tom lord's arch' ;)
01:01 < daja77> sure
01:01 < mnemoc> tcr: yes, but is a better name to google :D
01:02 < tcr> daja77: and if they say that building in the source dir is a really crufty thing, then I honestly believe them
01:03 < daja77> respect the elders, hehe
01:03 < mnemoc> tcr: i don't like ^=.* and ^{.*} names
01:03 < tcr> And after all, tom lord ported the shell version to a C version within ~three weeks (that means several k's of source code)
01:03 < tcr> mnemoc: what do you mean
01:04 < mnemoc> daja77: you SHALL respect the LORD
01:04 < daja77> do you really think, that everyone having his own repo is a quite good idea
01:04 < tcr> Yes
01:04 < daja77> why
01:04 < mnemoc> tcr: arch use dirnames starting with =
01:05 < tcr> mnemoc: that's adaptive
01:05 < tcr> daja77: I think it's the way how free software developing will and should turn into
01:05 < mnemoc> daja77: having braches you can really test and version YOU work
01:06 < daja77> branches, sure
01:06 * tcr brb: getting of clothes, making ready for bed etcpp
01:06 < mnemoc> currently you can't send incomplete work to the repos., so your work is not under 'control'
01:06 < tcr> daja77: you local checkout is in itself like a branch already. that's really cool
01:06 < mnemoc> a local/fast brach
01:07 < mnemoc> with great merging
01:07 < tcr> With arch it's common to have for every bigger feature - you wanna add - an own branch, because it's so damn cheap
01:07 < daja77> sounds nice
01:07 < tcr> and nobody will ever know about the local branches
01:08 < daja77> anyway you are talking me to death ...
01:08 < tcr> daja77: yeah, I know, I'll stop now -- I promised to write all that down already, will do that once I got my home network running again
01:08 < daja77> how can i export my repo?
01:09 < mnemoc> daja77: you don't export it... you merge it ;)
01:09 < tcr> Ah and arch supports pulling
01:10 < daja77> I mean if I want to co at uni whiel repo is at home
01:10 < tcr> Pulling, distributed repos, easy branching/merging -- that'll be the new ground for free software developing
01:10 < daja77> I'll have sweet dreams tonight ;-)
01:10 < tcr> daja77: Well, if you use the 'pulling' method you should only have to have access to it, basically
01:11 < daja77> can I do that via http or stuff like I do with svn
01:11 < tcr> for pushing you need some more possibilities (deleting/adding/renaming of files)
01:11 < tcr> daja77: currently sftp and webdav is supported
01:11 < mnemoc> renaming and moving is cool
01:12 < daja77> is it a stand alone server or apache plugin
01:13 < tcr> That's _not_ needed. That's why it's easier and much cheaper to administrate
01:13 < daja77> ic
01:13 < daja77> well I just started a bootdisk build to my finished generic rc1 build, and go to bed now
01:14 < tcr> gn8
01:14 < daja77> n8 tcr and thx
01:14 < mnemoc> daja77: i reduced for 6 to 2.4 hours the building of linux24 with my 'new' box :)
01:14 < tcr> you know preaching is a hobby of mine ;)
01:15 < tcr> daja77: ah plz wait up a sec
01:15 < daja77> well i like learning new stuff
01:15 < daja77> mnemoc: good :)
01:15 < tcr> daja77: http://arch.bluegate.org/graph2.php?repo=lord@emf.net--2003b--tla--devo--1.1
01:16 < tcr> such a visualization programm is in work, does anything like that exist for svn?
01:16 < daja77> dunno
01:17 < mnemoc> gues not ;)
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01:17 < daja77> but graphviz is an external tool :))
01:17 < tcr> it's the very first attempt, but I can already see cool things such a vis. programm can offer
01:17 < mnemoc> brb
01:17 < tcr> daja77: Yes, but it must get its information from somewhere; there's an extra arch command for that purpose
01:18 < daja77> well after lots of revs you will see nothing in that graph, but it is still cool
01:18 < tcr> http://www.deruwe.be/aderuwe/perspective/demo/
01:18 < daja77> get your network back working!
01:18 < daja77> :)
01:19 < tcr> that's the browser for repositories
01:19 < daja77> looks indeed nicer
01:19 < tcr> Ok, I'll shup up now really
01:19 < tcr> brb
01:19 < daja77> hehe
01:20 * daja77 off now, really :)
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01:25 < muuh> i'm new to rock rock and have a question, there are 2 cd iso's on you iso tree, will the installer ask me at the installation to switch the cd's or may i do that by my self?
01:25 < muuh> upps, one rock to much ;)
01:25 < muuh> 2.0.0-beta6 i mean....
01:27 < tcr> you're asked for that, as far as i can recall
01:27 < muuh> ahh ok, thx
01:28 < muuh> now i'll read all the doc's ;)
01:28 < muuh> bye
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04:44 < holyolli> moin
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10:30 < netrunne1> moin
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12:06 < daja77> moin
12:08 < kasc> moin
12:09 < daja77> hehe dietlibc linker bloat warnings in bootdisk target *ggg*
12:25 < jsaw> tach
12:26 < daja77> hi jsaw
12:26 < jsaw> hi daja77
12:26 < jsaw> hi kasc
12:26 < daja77> can you tell me in which package stone is included?
12:27 < jsaw> should be sysfiles? wait, checking..
12:28 < jsaw> yep, sysfiles.
12:28 < daja77> on system stone is an empty file atm :-(
12:29 < jsaw> *meep*
12:30 < daja77> hehe
12:30 < daja77> on my system that is
12:32 < daja77> strange if I delete it, mine -i doesn't restore it
12:33 < daja77> ok I now switched to rockplug, will check the results after breakfast
12:34 < jsaw> is there /usr/sbin/stone.GEMnew?
12:34 < daja77> ah yes
12:35 < jsaw> I think, I should send a BUG report about mine...
12:35 < daja77> :)
12:35 < daja77> ok bbl
12:36 < jsaw> bbl?
12:36 < daja77> be back later
12:36 < jsaw> cu l8r
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14:31 < daja77> re
14:36 < esden> hello my sweeties ;-)
14:39 < esden> hmm ... noone here? interesting
14:39 < daja77> hi esden
14:40 < esden> ahh ... I was already wondering where you are daja77 ;-)
14:40 < esden> daja77: hello sweetheart ;-)
14:40 < daja77> hehe, I was rebooting
14:40 < daja77> :P
14:40 < esden> rebooting? o_O ... you use windows? o_O
14:40 < daja77> great now both rockplug and hwscan failing
14:41 < esden> urgh ... not good
14:41 < daja77> esden: nope i updated rock and tested hw detection
14:41 < daja77> hwscan not failing completely but not finding my soundcard
14:42 < daja77> rockplug fails cos it needs awk, which is on /usr, which will be mounted after rockplug is executed >_<
14:51 * daja77 will never be esden's sweetheart
14:51 < daja77> [12:51:57] Creating rock-2.0.0rc1-691_cd1.iso ...
14:51 < daja77> :)
14:56 < esden> daja77: I have heard about that problem
14:57 < esden> there was a discussion about that some days ago
14:57 < daja77> ic
14:57 < esden> I think awk should be installed in /bin/ and symlinked to /usr
14:58 < daja77> should be sufficient to cp it to fix this here, right?
14:58 < esden> I think so
14:58 < esden> try it ... 
14:59 < daja77> yepp brbr, rebooting ;-)
14:59 < esden> have fun ;-)(
15:02 < esden> hehe ... mldonkey looks sweet ...
15:02 < esden> they even improved the design of the web interface
15:02 < esden> but also the functionality is better now ...
15:02 < esden> very nice ;-)
15:05 < daja77> *damnit* rockplug is a mess
15:06 * daja77 wondering if jsaw _ever_ used it
15:07 < daja77> it even messed my network card up which has worked before
15:07 * daja77 pissed
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15:12 < blindcoder> hi hi and rehi
15:12 < blindcoder> esden: ahem. shouldn't you be learning? :)
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15:15 < esden> blindcoder: :P
15:15 < esden> hi so by the way ... 
15:15 < daja77> yeah esden learn!
15:15 < blindcoder> esden: hi :)
15:15 < daja77> btw i have something nice for esden
15:15 < esden> yeah daja77 die!
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15:15 < blindcoder> esden: back at munich already?
15:16 < esden> blindcoder: NO! I am at home in ingolstadt ...
15:16 < esden> I will drive to munich in the evening or so ...
15:16 < esden> I want to be at least a bit more in at home ... 
15:16 < blindcoder> ok
15:16 * blindcoder was talked into going to tanzbar today...
15:17 < esden> I get here stuff ... like coffee and food ... and I do not have to prepare that
15:17 < esden> blindcoder: by whom?
15:17 < daja77> lazy guy
15:17 < rxr> re
15:17 < esden> hi rxr 
15:17 < blindcoder> esden: your IO (insignificant other ^^)
15:17 < daja77> esden:
15:17 < blindcoder> hi rxr
15:17 < daja77> ESC[32;1m->ESC[0m Create linuxrc binary.
15:17 < daja77> /tmp/ccAPwoVH.o(.text+0x1b0): In function `httpload':
15:17 < daja77> : warning: your code uses stdio (7+k bloat).
15:17 < daja77> /tmp/ccAPwoVH.o(.text+0x35c): In function `httpload':
15:17 < daja77> : setenv calls malloc.  Avoid it in small programs.
15:17 < daja77> :)
15:17 < esden> blindcoder: ahh ok
15:17 < daja77> hi rxr
15:18 < esden> daja77: that is normal ;-) dietlibc is willing to help the programmer to write small programs
15:18 < esden> ok ... I go for coffee
15:18 * -> esden bbl
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15:21 < blindcoder> I hate telekom >_<
15:21 < daja77> me too
15:22 < daja77> rxr: you are involved in rockplug?
15:22 < rxr> daja77: yes
15:23 < daja77> so I can complain to you
15:23 < daja77> query?
15:25 < daja77> btw I finished rc1 build yesterday, trying isos later
15:28 < rxr> daja77: nope I'll just leave this ssh session in a few seconds - could you write an mail?
15:28 < rxr> cu
15:28 < daja77> cu rxr , okis mail then
15:39 < daja77> http://www.userfriendly.org/static/
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15:53 < esden> re hi all
15:54 < daja77> ha esden is back for a minute
16:07 < esden> jups
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18:07 < tcr> moin all
18:10 < mnemoc> moin tcr
18:13 < esden> ok ... I am off ... cu all
18:14 < mnemoc> cu esden
18:16 < tcr> hey mnemoc, what's up
18:22 * mnemoc is happy :)
18:23 < n00kie> Why?
18:23 * mnemoc recude hes building time in a 45% :)
18:23 < mnemoc> reduce
18:23 < mnemoc> dammit.... i'm frozen
18:23 < n00kie> frozen?
18:23 < n00kie> in rio? :)
18:23 < mnemoc> rio? i'm .cl, not .br
18:23 < n00kie> ah
18:23 < n00kie> yes
18:24 < n00kie> forgot
18:24 < n00kie> But .cl should be warm too?
18:24 < mnemoc> welll.... is is quite nice... -2c --> 35c
18:25 < mnemoc> never more, never less
18:25 < mnemoc> now we have about 10c here, but i'm frozen :)
18:27 < mnemoc> in this month we are [4,15]c
18:47 < n00kie> oh
18:47 < n00kie> hehe :)
19:53 < mnemoc> what's the purpose behind forcing perl to use bdb3?
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20:39 < mnemoc> hi netrunner
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20:45 < JERU> hi, can anybody explain me how to install rock on a sun cobalt raq 3/4 by using netboot? i never done that install method bevore so it seem a bit strange for me ;)
20:47 < JERU> or is there a guide...?
20:47 < JERU> i do not find anything by searching with google
20:51 < mnemoc> i'm not familiar with that :(
20:52 * mnemoc is an x86 boy
20:53 < JERU> most types of raq 3 and 4 is x86 too :)
20:55 < JERU> i just do not come along with the netboot...
20:56 * n00kie is a x86 boy too
20:57 < JERU> any netboot boys here? ;)
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21:49 < rxr> re
21:51 < JERU> wb, do you know how to install rock on a cobalt raq 3/4 by netboot?
21:55 < rxr> JERU: I'm sorry - I never did net installs ... :-(
21:56 < rxr> so cu all later (when I'm back home tomorrow ...)
21:56 < JERU> bye
21:56 < mnemoc> cu rxr
21:57 < daja77> cu rxr
22:03 < n00kie> Poor JERU ;)
22:04 < JERU> i know so help my gimpness ;)
22:06 < JERU> ...
22:08 < JERU> n00kie you know the way to install rock with netboot?
22:09 < n00kie> Nope.
22:11 < mnemoc> JERU: you will teach us
22:13 < JERU> after one of you told me how ;)
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22:31 < daja77> ts JERU can't google what a pity
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22:50 < esden> hi all
22:50 < mnemoc> hi
22:50 < mnemoc> is rockplug-0.0.3 on the mirrors?
22:50 < mnemoc> gsmp seems to be down
23:03 < daja77> huhu esden & mnemoc
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23:11 < jsaw> re
23:11 < jsaw> hi all.
23:12 < daja77> hi jsaw
23:12 < jsaw> hi daja77
23:13 < daja77> after having lots of trouble I saw that rene patched it, should I try rebuild sysfiles packages with that patch before burning my new isos
23:13 < daja77> trouble with rockplug
23:14 < jsaw> yeah, I know. It escaped my eyes, that I had a locally modified tree, where rockplug is executed post rw mount...
23:14 < jsaw> try w/ the patch.
23:15 < daja77> hehe so you are the blindcoder *ggg*
23:15 < jsaw> probably I should do so... rockplug, me offending Mike1, and so on...
23:15 < esden> hi daja77, jsaw 
23:16 < jsaw> hi esden
23:16 < daja77> jsaw: well you need holidays I guess ;-)
23:16 < jsaw> daja77: nope, I had, so I need *more* holidays...
23:17 < daja77> hehe ic
23:19 < jsaw> ups, s/probably I should do so/probably I should change my name accordingly/
23:19 < jsaw> add it to the record of a slightly overworked guy...
23:20 < daja77> well take it easy ;-)
23:20 < jsaw> ;-)
23:20 < jsaw> is there anyone using jabber/icq etc?
23:21 * -> esden 
23:21 < daja77> I did
23:21 < jsaw> esden: what client are u using?
23:21 < esden> centericq
23:21 < jsaw> daja77: what client did u use?
23:21 < daja77> licq
23:22 < jsaw> interested in gabber?
23:22 < daja77> dunno
23:23 < daja77> you wanna do a package?
23:25 < esden> jsaw: /me not interested ... I am very happy with centericq ... it is console based and can be run on a server in screen ... that is cool ;-)
23:25 < jsaw> There are a few more items left on my todo, until I regained my environment I'm used to (with ROCK). So, yes, gabber is one of em.
23:26 < jsaw> esden: package?
23:26 < esden> I think I have it laying around here ...
23:26 < esden> but not jet sent in ... 
23:27 < jsaw> what kinda protos does it understand?
23:27 < esden> mom
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23:29 < esden> jsaw: icq, yahoo, msn, aim, irc and jabber
23:30 < jsaw> esden, sounds good. when will I see it in your repo?
23:31 < esden> I hope soon ;-)
23:33 < jsaw> daja77: licq doesn't understand other protos than icq?
23:34 < daja77> dunno, wasn't much interested in icq, got mostly spammed
23:35 < esden> daja77: I do not get spammed ...
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23:37 < daja77> well I got lots of offers from american girls, ...
23:39 < esden> daja77: perhups they like you ... ;-)
23:39 < daja77> >_< if I'd only know why
23:40 < daja77> if i'd know whom to talk via icq, maybe I'd run it again
23:40 < daja77> brb
23:57 < jsaw> muahahahaha, SAT1: how to cope with popups: Shift-Alt-Del -> Taskmanager -> kill IEXPLORE.EXE
23:58 < esden> ROFL
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