--- Log opened Mon May 24 00:00:02 2004
--- Day changed Mon May 24 2004
00:00 < netrunner> hm, I am about to go to bed ... but go ahead.
00:00 < daja77> done
00:03 < netrunner> smap'ed.
00:06 < netrunner> http://members.aol.com/plscsi/
00:07 < netrunner> reproduced.
00:07 < daja77> that include shit?
00:08 < daja77> this looks like glibc fixing
00:08 < netrunner>  /;* ScummVM - Scumm Interpreter
00:08 < netrunner> doesn't look like a valid comment starter to me.
00:08 < netrunner> first line of main.cpp
00:09 < daja77> hm interesting
00:09 < netrunner> rebuilding ...
00:10 < daja77> yep that was it
00:10 < daja77> ok rediffing
00:10 < netrunner> lucky the one with the fast building machine ;)
00:12 < daja77> :D
00:12 < daja77> no i used debug.sh, so I cheated
00:13 < netrunner> ok, build finished here, 2
00:13 < netrunner> 3,5 minutes ... quite a complex one :)
00:13 < daja77> well I'm jus wondering why it had built before
00:14 < daja77> the same src, even without my patch compiles with gcc-3.2
00:14 < netrunner> well, it throws warnings at the specific points. they just changed all those to errors.
00:14 < netrunner> anyway, n8
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03:32 < BoS^afk> moin moin
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08:21 < blindy> moin
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08:37 < dsoul> hi blindy 
09:01 < blindy> heh
09:01 < blindy> my .desc fix patch might be the one patch that the most people ever agree'd upon
09:01 < blindy> s/agree'd/agreed/
09:06 < dsoul> :)
09:21 < dsoul> qt is fsck up :/
09:22 < blindy> why?
09:23 < dsoul> wait, rebuilding :)
09:26 < blindy> *cry*
09:26 < blindy> scenemusic is down >_<
09:28 < blindy> HAH
09:28 < blindy> rebuilt a stream URL from memory ^_^
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09:49 < dsoul> QThreadStorage: thread 4000 exited after QThreadStorage destroyed
09:55 < dsoul> fsck :/
10:02 < esden> moin
10:05 < blindy> moin esden 
10:05 < blindy> brb, restarting into new kernel
10:06 < esden> *yawn*
10:06 < esden> cu blindy 
10:06 < dsoul> hi esden 
10:07 < rxr> rehi
10:07 < dsoul> hi rxr 
10:08 < esden> hi dsoul, rxr 
10:10 < blindy> re
10:10 < blindy> moin rxr 
10:10 < blindy> esden: fallen out of your bed?
10:10 < esden> re blindy 
10:10 < esden> yes ... *yawn*
10:10 < blindy> ok, touchpad now also working as expected ^_^
10:11 < esden> my eyes feel as someone was sucking on them all night ;)
10:11 < blindy> esden: ehm... ok... if it's only the eyes...
10:11 < daja77> hehe
10:11 < esden> yes sadly only my eyes ;)
10:11 < esden> hi daja77 
10:11 < daja77> hi esden 
10:12 < blindy> esden: would you please vote pro on 2004052310243923381?
10:12 < esden> o_O
10:12 < blindy> I'd like to make this patch the one with the most pro-votes ever :)
10:13  * esden never voted for a patch ...
10:13 < daja77> it is already, you outscored my linux-2.4.26 patch ^^
10:13 < blindy> esden: *kick* just do it :P
10:13 < blindy> daja77: well, I was really surprised when I first saw the VOTECHECK lines :)
10:14 < daja77> ^^
10:16 < esden> blindy: done
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10:18 < blindy> esden: good boy, have a cookie
10:18 < esden> *mampf*
10:23 < daja77> http://citeseer.ist.psu.edu/brin98anatomy.html
10:23 < rxr> blindy: your patch has been applied.
10:23 < blindy> rxr: *snif* I wanted more votes :-)
10:24 < rxr> I voted it before I applied it
10:24 < blindy> rxr: WEE! :-)
10:24 < esden> hehe
10:24 < dsoul> lol
10:25 < esden> poor blindy ;)
10:28 < daja77> nice crossbuilding for hppa fails at 0-glibc >_<
10:28 < rxr> it once worked
10:29 < rxr> do you use the updated glibc ?
10:29 < daja77> yes and gcc3.4
10:29 < daja77> and the error is so damn stupid
10:29 < daja77> i had this when i tried manually too
10:30 < daja77> thing is you have to add --disable-
10:30 < daja77> args
10:30 < daja77> --disable-sanity-checks and --enable-hacker-mode to work around that >_<
10:30 < daja77> to configure switches that is
10:31 < rxr> yes - s.th. like this ins in the .conf
10:32 < daja77> would that be glibc23 or glibc23-cross for stage 0?
10:33 < rxr> glibc23.conf
10:33 < rxr> the -cross package is using the same anyway
10:34 < daja77> ah no the switches are missing, but can simply add them
10:35 < esden> ohh damn junpei destroyed the control of "killtrunk" ... and I wanted to see it in action!!! >_<
10:36  * daja77 votes for --enable-hacker-mode as the dumbest switch ever
10:36 < blindy> esden: yeah, that sucks
10:36 < rxr> strange
10:37 < rxr> I once added them ...
10:37 < rxr> *wondering*
10:37 < rxr> oem in 2.0 they are predent
10:37 < rxr> present
10:38 < rxr> daja77: i'll track this
10:38 < rxr> the switch will be there in some minutes
10:39 < daja77> k.
10:39 < rxr> ouch - I guess the glibc23 branch merging removed those
10:42 < dsoul> http://pingu.ii.uj.edu.pl/~darksoul/5-qt.err
10:43 < rxr> done - please test
10:43 < dsoul> any ideas?
10:44 < rxr> oehm - no, does it always happen there? == system instability?
10:44 < daja77> rxr: is the hacker mode stuff sufficient or do we need --disable-sanity-checks as well=
10:45 < rxr> when I added it (for an older glib) this was sufficient
10:46 < dsoul> rxr yes always there, but everything else is ok
10:48  * daja77 risking sm sync again ^^
10:49 < esden> ohh my god ... how overrated "the day after tomorrow" has to be ... I hear every day several times about it! <note>I do not watch tv (anymore)</note>
10:50 < esden> but in radio and in fastfood restaurants everywhere you can see something about it ... 
10:50 < esden> that film has to be _VERY_ bad if it needs so much commercial to promote it ;)
10:51 < daja77> ah the conflicts *sigh*
11:03 < daja77> this merging and resolving conflicts takes hours
11:07 < rxr> I would be happy if you tell clifford
11:07 < rxr> and/or the rock-devel list
11:10 < daja77> good idea
11:10 < esden> roooooofl ... muahaha ... very funny ... guys you have to read it too! : http://www.cs.vu.nl/~ast/brown/ (very nice jokes in there)
11:15 < rxr> http://www.inter-mezzo.org was removed from the linux kernel
11:15 < rxr> seems to be finally dead
11:25 < dsoul> same fsck qt error :/
11:25 < blindy> esden: nice reading indeed :)
11:31 < esden> blindy: sure! when I say that something is interesting then it has to be interesting ;)
11:34 < blindy> esden: well... I'll let that slip past closer attention :)
11:38 < daja77> rxr: k. flamebait sent
11:52 < daja77> nice the commit now worked >_<
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11:54 < daja77> weee a nerw error
11:54 < daja77> !> running configure fragment for libidn/sysdeps/unix
11:54 < daja77> !> running configure fragment for nptl/sysdeps/pthread
11:54 < daja77> !> configure: error: compiler support for __thread is requi ..
11:54 < dsoul> :>
11:55 < blindy> damn
11:55 < blindy> wesnoth 0.7.7 doesn't compile with gcc <3.3 >_<
11:57 < daja77> hehe that rocks
11:57  * blindy building gcc 3.4.0
11:57 < blindy> well, actually I think it sucks
11:57 < daja77> i was joking
11:58 < blindy> mostly because usually it's the other way round :)
11:59 < rxr> I tagged 2.0.1 finally
11:59 < blindy> sweet
11:59 < rxr> blindy: fix it for gcc < 3.4 ...
12:00 < blindy> rxr: guess I will, but since the devs already said they won't support gcc <3.3 and we'll update to 3.4 sometime soon I see no real point in it
12:01 < rxr> hm
12:01 < rxr> since when do we get this on 0-glibc:
12:01 < rxr> !> configure: error: compiler support for __thread is requi ..
12:01 < rxr> ?!?!
12:01 < rxr> why is there no day I do not need to fix ugly things ...
12:02 < blindy> rxr: because you're ROCK Linux Releasy Manager :)
12:02 < netrunner> ts, all the morning my inet is gone, just when I take a shower it comes back :/
12:03  * blindy thinks we should cut netrunners inet connection more often...
12:05 < rxr> can someone submit subversion updates to 1.0.4 ?
12:05 < netrunner> haven't I already?
12:05 < netrunner> oh, was .3 ... I'll do it
12:06 < rxr> thanks
12:06 < daja77> rxr: git that too, sucks majorly
12:09 < netrunner> what about branching for the gcc34 stuff? I need to have two checkouts now because old system support with gcc3.2 ...
12:10 < rxr> there will not be a gcc334 branch
12:10 < rxr> 2.1 is gcc34
12:10 < rxr> 2.0 is gcc3 / gcc33 ...
12:11 < rxr> it is that easy
12:11 < netrunner> ok. so I checkout 2.0 for the old ones.
12:12 < daja77> 2.0.1 tag nice, should I better wait for 2.0.2?
12:12 < blindy> rxr: btw. does 2.0.1 use the old or new build/ layout?
12:19 < netrunner> rxr: subversion update sent
12:20  * netrunner wants bashcompletion for svn commands
12:21 < tfing> don't you have a /etc/bashcompletion.d/subversion ?
12:22 < netrunner> I have no /etc/bashcompletion.d
12:22 < tfing> then install the package bashcompletion
12:23 < netrunner> do I have to restart all shells?
12:23 < tfing> you can manually source /etc/bash_completion in already started shells
12:24 < netrunner> ah, nice :)
12:24 < netrunner> I have to put . /etc/bash_completion in my .bashrc?
12:24 < tfing> you can have it global or for you only
12:25 < tfing> depends on the /etc/profile.d/bashcompletion
12:27 < netrunner> ah. had to activate it there.
12:27 < netrunner> nice, feels good :)
12:27 < netrunner> oh, but the tab completion gets slow with extern :/
12:27 < tfing> yep
12:28 < tfing> i'd recommend intern for speed
12:28 < netrunner> is it not possible to show help to all the options it offers?
12:28 < netrunner> only the options are not always meaningful ...
12:29 < tfing> about intern/extern ?
12:31 < netrunner> no, the completions for parameters for programs ... like mine. it offers you all possibilities, but how to know what they do?
12:31 < tfing> well, that's not the point of completion
12:51 < blindy> hmm
12:51 < blindy> the default compiler in trunk is already gcc33
12:51 < blindy> so no need to patch wesnoth :)
12:57 < netrunner> hm? I do not think so... gcc-3 (GCC) 3.2.3
12:58 < netrunner> (from cliffords reference build)
13:01 < blindy> hmm
13:01 < blindy> have gcc33 here
13:01 < blindy> oh...
13:01 < blindy> I used the 2.0.0-clt iso to install
13:05 < netrunner> seem's it is apply time ...
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13:06 < blindy> anyone here with insights on 2.6.x kernels?
13:07 < blindy> I seem to be unable to get DMA on my disk..
13:09 < netrunner> hdc: 488397168 sectors (250059 MB) w/7938KiB Cache, CHS=30401/255/63, UDMA(100)
13:09 < netrunner> hdd: 488397168 sectors (250059 MB) w/7938KiB Cache, CHS=30401/255/63, UDMA(100)
13:09 < netrunner> works for me ...
13:09 < netrunner> what says dmesg? ...
13:09 < netrunner> on my laptop I have to disable dma for the hd because it somehow slows every access to seconds ...
13:09 < blindy> hda: TOSHIBA MK2017GAP, ATA DISK drive
13:09 < blindy> hda: max request size: 128KiB
13:09 < blindy> hda: 39070080 sectors (20003 MB), CHS=38760/16/63
13:10 < blindy> that's all
13:10 < blindy> brb, have to go to a luser...
13:11 < rxr> blindy: DMA w/ 2.6 always wored for me fine, too
13:21 < blindy> maybe I've taken too much out of the kernel...
13:25 < rxr> maybe your chip's IDE driver?
13:27 < netrunner> oh, handling for package-forks was added to trunk ...
13:27 < blindy> seems so...
13:27 < blindy> d'oh
13:27 < blindy> intel PIIX includes ICH...
13:27  * blindy should read Help more often
13:30  * blindy rebooting
13:33 < blindy> hda: 39070080 sectors (20003 MB), CHS=38760/16/63, UDMA(100)
13:33 < blindy> better :)
13:33 < netrunner> tfing: with the bashcompletion the completion of directories does not work completely any more. e.g. I use package/*/kismet to complete the path ...
13:37 < tfing> netrunner: cd package/*/kis<tab> used to work ?
13:39 < blindy> hoeh?
13:39 < blindy> *** LinuxThreads and NPTL add-ons are both available.  Only one must be used.
13:39 < blindy> thus 0-glibc failed
13:41 < netrunner> tfing: cd package/*/kismet<tab> ... now works again, I might have had a typo :)
13:41 < tfing> :)
13:42 < blindy> brb, applying LART
13:48 < netrunner> argl, accidently taken a 4x cdrw :/
13:48 < rxr> oh - then this was /me
13:48 < rxr> I'll fix glibc23 in some minutes
13:55 < daja77> rxr: oh you found it?
13:56 < daja77> that thing blindy reported?
13:56  * tfing is feeding submaster (and spamming everyone :)
13:57 < rxr> daja77: yes
13:57 < rxr> just committed
13:57 < daja77> >_<
13:58 < rxr> tfing: I already used the gcc wrapper to fix those
13:58 < rxr> tfing: any change you can replace those with:
13:59 < rxr> var_append GCC_WRAPPER_REMOVE " " "-DGTK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED"
13:59 < rxr> as in e.g. devhelp
13:59 < tfing> hmmm
13:59 < daja77> O_o
14:00 < rxr> daja77: O_o ? what ?
14:00 < daja77> just wondering about that gtk hack
14:01 < tfing> rxr: sometimes, there si -DG_DISABLE_DEPRECATED, -DGTK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED, -DGDK_DISABLE_DEPRECATED and -DGNOME_DISABLE_DEPRECATED
14:01 < tfing> rxr: is it possible to use a regexp ?
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14:10 < netrunner> 310 patches in submaster ...
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14:12 < tfing> netrunner: since the beginning ?
14:13 < netrunner> no, actual.
14:13 < netrunner> oh, no, I am on the archive ;)
14:13 < netrunner> 54 current
14:13 < rxr> tfing: hm - oh - then keep it as it is
14:14  * netrunner being supplied with reiberdatschi, sauerkraut and apfelstrudel from his stepgrandma :)
14:14 < tfing> rxr: i fixed gens with your method and it worked too
14:19 < blindy> back
14:19 < blindy> good thing I took a LART with me
14:20 < blindy> that ID10T fscked up his network-cable by almost topping over the box making it stand on the backside where all the cables are attached
14:20 < blindy> *lol*
14:21 < blindy> now that's going to get a sweet sweet LART
14:21 < blindy> brb, phone
14:23 < daja77> waaah
14:25 < blindy> indeed
14:26 < rxr> daja77: does your hppa cross build works now with HEAD ?
14:26 < daja77> mom
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14:29 < daja77> now i get a conflict in Buil-Pkg 
14:29 < daja77> i hate it
14:31  * rxr also hates submaster ...
14:41 < blindy> rxr: glibc look good now, thanks ^^
14:42 < daja77> *cough* it might work, i wouldn't say it is good-looking
14:42 < blindy> daja77: before that it failed after 30 secs
14:42 < blindy> == 05/24/04 14:42:13 =[0]=> Finished building package glibc23.
14:43 < blindy> now it finished
14:43 < blindy> I'd say that looks good :-)
14:43 < blindy> brb, LARTing
14:43 < daja77> hm maybe you didn't get my point
14:43 < daja77> anyway
14:43 < daja77> have fun
14:51 < daja77> finally testing the patch ...
14:55 < daja77> rxr: 0-glibc builds fine now, guess the next problem will be the kernel :)
14:55 < rxr> yeah, ...
14:57 < daja77> thx so far
14:57 < daja77> is it possible to use the stage 0 gcc for normal cross compiling?
14:58 < daja77> in that case I'd just trying to build a kernel and a config that fits for that case which could be used for hppa arch    afterwards
15:02 < rxr> I do not understand you question fully
15:03 < daja77> I want to use the stage 0 gcc for crosscompiling the kernel
15:04 < rxr> why, when this is done by ROCK Linux scripts in some minutes during the build, anyway ...
15:04 < rxr> but possible: yes
15:04 < daja77> well if it is working you are right
15:05 < rxr> if the kernel fails just cd src.linux* ; ./debug.sh
15:05 < rxr> and fix the config until it built
15:05 < daja77> I should write a rock-takeover script for rpm and deb based distros >_<
15:05 < rxr> and then submit the config changes
15:06  * rxr off to uni in some mintues
15:06 < daja77> can I create diffs from debug.sh?
15:10 < rxr> fixfile some fle
15:10 < rxr> file even
15:10 < rxr> fixfiff
15:11 < rxr> fixdiff - damn typos today
15:11 < dsoul> :)
15:12 < daja77> ok will have a look
15:12 < rxr> and clifford renamed it to
15:12 < daja77> hf rxr
15:12 < rxr> fixfilediff ...
15:12 < daja77> ah nice
15:12 < daja77> ah mine git updated, and I don't have it of course
15:12 < daja77> i love this day
15:34 < daja77> hm compile error in sched.c >_<
15:55 < blindy> re
15:57 < daja77> how many dead and wounded?
15:58 < blindy> 3 dead 0 wounded
15:58 < blindy> I don't like unfinished business :)
15:58 < daja77> ^^
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16:16 < MadTux> hi.
16:18 < dsoul> hi MadTux 
16:27 < blindy> moin maddy
16:27 < MadTux> hey. :)
16:28 < MadTux> so Ollie won't be comming. :(
16:28 < blindy> why?
16:29 < MadTux> some issues he had.. so he called me yesterday and adviced he wouldn't be able to make it
16:29 < MadTux> the only thing that makes me feel a bit better is that at least he wasn't bringing any anime 
16:30 < blindy> >_<
16:30 < MadTux> :(
16:30 < blindy> sorry
16:31 < MadTux> don't be, its ok :)
16:36 < blindy> ok, /me going home
16:36 < blindy> bye
16:37 < dsoul> bye blindy 
16:39 < MadTux> oyasumi blindy
16:54 < blindy> back
16:57 < MadTux> wb blindy-san
16:59 < blindy> LVP is becoming more and more of a kludge >_<
17:00 < blindy> if [ ! -s /tmp/hardware ] ; then
17:00 < blindy>         echo "EEP! hwscan screwed up!"
17:00 < blindy>         echo -n "Trying emergency module loading ... "
17:00 < blindy>         for x in `find /lib/modules/ -name '*.o'` ; do
17:00 < blindy>                 insmod ${x} >/dev/null 2>&1
17:00 < blindy>         done
17:00 < blindy>         echo "done"
17:00 < blindy> fi
17:00 < blindy> oops >_<
17:00 < blindy> sorry >_<
17:00 < blindy> kernel 2.6.6 has activated some buttons on my laptop I'm not yet used to
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18:20 < esden> re hi all
18:20 < dsoul> hi esden 
18:20 < daja77> hi esden 
18:20  * esden reinstalling solaris ... for the third time >_<
18:20 < esden> damn fdisk killed my installation >_<
18:21 < daja77> sounds like you like it
18:21 < esden> daja77: go dying! ;)
18:22 < daja77> *ggg*
18:22 < blindy> re esden 
18:22 < esden> have I already said that I hate solaris? ;)
18:22 < esden> blindy: what do you use for partitioning and formating discs under solaris ... or anyone else ;)
18:22 < blindy> ehm
18:22 < blindy> a Sparc-Linux CD :-)
18:22 < daja77> esden: no, say it, loud and clear!
18:23 < esden> I HATE SOLARIS!!!
18:23  * blindy is reminded of Hacktivity?
18:23 < esden> ok ... now I said that ;)
18:23 < blindy> "Is it worse than Windows?"
18:23 < daja77> yep you did
18:23 < daja77> and welcome to the club
18:23 < blindy> .oO deafening roar Oo.
18:24 < esden> blindy: how do you use a sparc cd for partitioning discs?
18:24 < daja77> you open the hd, and scratch partitions on it with the solaris cd
18:25 < blindy> daja77: sounds like the way they meant it to be done...
18:25 < daja77> :)
18:26 < esden> daja77: nice ... very good idea ... but I prefere a magnet ;)
18:26 < daja77> I don't have a solaris magnet *gg*
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18:28 < danrok> hi
18:29 < daja77> hi danrok 
18:29 < danrok> daja77: :-)
18:30 < daja77> hm?
18:30 < danrok> nothing
18:30 < danrok> :)
18:30 < danrok> I'm just smiling to you.
18:31  * blindy moves a seat away from danrok 
18:31 < danrok> hehehe 
18:32  * blindy --> shopping
18:32 < rxr> rehi
18:32 < daja77> wb rxr
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18:40 < rxr> shit
18:41 < rxr> I might loose my gsmp.tfh-berlin.de
18:41 < rxr> they just complaint about the traffic
18:41 < rxr> with my firewall critisation I might have awaken sleeping dogs
18:41 < rxr> damn shit
18:43 < daja77> args
18:44 < rxr> damn stupid admins install worms on Windows boxen, and complain about my traffic
18:44 < danrok> :(
18:45 < rxr> they should use the ROCK Linux mirror and finally get rid of ugly worms and install ROCK Linux on each box in the tfh ...
18:46 < daja77> ack
18:46 < danrok> Yeah, Rock Linux r0x :)
18:46 < daja77> danrok: you already use it?
18:47 < danrok> daja77: No, I'm useing Gentoo.
18:47 < danrok> using
18:47 < danrok> sory
18:47 < daja77> ah the dark side
18:48 < danrok> maybe I move
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19:00 < daja77> strange why is a crossbuilt kernel trying to include x86 assembler code in ched.c
19:00 < daja77> sched.c
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19:05 < rxr> because s.th. is broken ?
19:05 < daja77> perhaps
19:07 < daja77> forgot debug.sh >_<
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19:17 < blindy> strange day today
19:17 < rxr> blindy: why?
19:17 < blindy> rxr: when you hear your mom humming a track from the Future Trance 21 CDs, you just know something is strangce
19:20 < daja77> this is strange, cliffords proposal makes the whole idea of submaster ridiculous
19:20 < blindy> hm?
19:20 < daja77> see ml
19:20 < blindy> oh, that mail
19:21 < blindy> since I'm not using sm locally, I don't understand it much...
19:21 < daja77> well we are encouraged to test it
19:22 < blindy> From waht I read, I think that sm is more difficult than ./scripts/Create-Diff >file; vim file; rock_commit_patch file
19:22 < daja77> the usual handling is quite ok
19:23 < daja77> just the merging is strange
19:23 < rxr> the usual handling is already sub-optimal
19:23 < rxr> and merging sucks
19:24 < daja77> yeah and it is strange to hear that he does not use these features and of course it doesn't bother him
19:40 < blindy> WEE
19:40 < blindy> LVP 0.4.1 working ^_^
19:40 < blindy> finally
19:40 < dsoul> cool :)
19:41 < blindy> there's lots of dirty code in that >_<
19:41 < blindy> like for x in 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 ; do umount /mnt/* >/dev/null 2>&1 ; done
19:42 < dsoul> :P
19:42 < blindy> or insmod'ing every module found
19:42 < daja77> .oO (point the guy who wrote it)
19:42  * blindy <--
19:42  * blindy <--
19:42  * blindy <--
19:42 < daja77> *ggg*
19:42 < dsoul> :>
19:42 < blindy> daja77: feel free to look at it and make improvements :)
19:43 < dsoul> when the next version?:P
19:43 < daja77> maybe later when I figured out whats wrong with linux-2.4.26-hppa
19:45 < blindy> dsoul: I'm currently adding some exec 2>/dev/null ; ... ; exec 2>&1  and then posting the patches to SM
19:46 < daja77> ah of course
19:46 < daja77> rxr: here?
19:50 < daja77> this damn debian centric hppa pages
19:50 < blindy> daja77: hiding my incompetence :)
19:52 < daja77> blindy: ?
19:55 < blindy> svn log -r 84 svn://scavenger.homeip.net/lvp
19:55 < blindy> just do that
19:56 < daja77> ^^
19:58 < blindy> svn co svn://scavenger.homeip.net/lvp/tags/0.4.1
19:58 < blindy> Finally finished
--- Log closed Tue May 25 00:00:37 2004