--- Log opened Fri Jul 09 00:00:29 2004
00:11  * rxr -> kitchen preparing a cappuccino
00:11 < rxr> esden: btw. leo up here ...
00:12 < esden> so it is bock up ...
00:13 < esden> they say it is unstable ... in the news ...
00:33 < rxr> here we go:
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [0]  Button status: 81
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [1]  Button number 1: 2
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [2]  Button number 2: 0
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [3]  Button number 3: 0
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [4]  Button number 4: 0
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: [5]  Button number 5: 0
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: 1 buttons pressed
00:33 < rxr> [avision] get_button_status: button 1 pressed
00:35 < mnemoc> uhm?
00:36 < rxr> uhm?
00:36 < daja77> I do not get the output too
00:36 < rxr> do not ask how it is encoded ...
00:36 < rxr> erhm - coded ...
00:37 < rxr> I said it is wired ...
00:53 < rxr> what the hell is this:
00:54 < rxr> gdb) r
00:54 < rxr> Starting program: /usr/bin/xscanimage
00:54 < rxr> warning: I/O possible
00:54 < rxr> rene@idefix:~$
00:54 < rxr> ?!?!?
00:54 < rxr> hm - now it works
00:54 < rxr> wow - wonderfull debugger
00:56 < rxr> hae?!:
00:56 < rxr> (gdb) break avision.c:5126
00:56 < rxr> No source file named avision.c.
00:56 < rxr> Make breakpoint pending on future shared library load? (y or [n])
00:56 < rxr> hm - well ok, but ...
01:36 < rxr> hm - noone awake anymore?
01:40 < fake> me
01:40 < fake> still alive and kicking
01:40 < fake> we *REALLY* need c++ cross compiled
01:43 < rxr> fake: ok: for new gcc's just add c++ the the language list and you should be ready
01:44 < rxr> fake: for old ones you need to add it to the LANGUAGES variable and either patch the makefile or rm -rf 3 or so directories
01:44 < rxr> also written in my last linux magazin article ...
01:44 < rxr> published today ...
01:44 < rxr> ah - yesterda
01:44 < rxr> y
01:44 < fake> okay
01:45  * fake only usind new gccs ;)
01:45 < mnemoc> rxr: url? 
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01:47 < rxr> mnemoc: paper print
01:47 < rxr> mnemoc: online later - do not know when they release the articles into the wild ...
01:48 < mnemoc> :|
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01:48 < rxr> but the performance number are the ones of the URL diagrams I regularly posted some weeks ago ..
01:48 < rxr> was german any ... you would need babelfish ...
01:50 < mnemoc> :'(
01:53  * rxr needed money ...
01:53 < rxr> but maybe they also print it in the english version next months or so ...
01:53 < rxr> mnemoc:
01:53 < rxr> http://www.linux-magazin.de/Artikel/ausgabe/2004/08
01:56 < rxr> I guess it will be in the english version here:
01:56 < rxr> http://www.linux-magazine.com/
01:56 < rxr> next months ...
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02:03 < mnemoc> bookmarked
02:03 < mnemoc> i have to go.... cu :)
02:03 < rxr> cu mnemoc 
02:03  * rxr connecting the A3 AutoDocumentFeeder scanner for the first time in the new flat ;-)
02:09 < fake> rxr: *blankerneid*
02:12 < rxr> for what does one need paper anyway ... ;-)
02:23 < fake> rxr: an autofeeder scanner is a great way to get rid of paper
02:23 < fake> that's why ...
02:29 < rxr> hm - I once had 3 scsi cables ...
02:29 < rxr> where are 2 of them gone - damn
02:30 < rxr> external ones I meant ...
02:40  * fake innocent
02:48 < rxr> ok - me off - waiting for computer shops to upen again so I can get a matching SCSI cable, so I do not need to plug 3 cables and devices together to finally reach the scanner ...
02:48 < rxr> cu
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08:17 < blindy> moin
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09:50 < MightyJoeYoung> if i am having a amd machine can i use the pentium-mmx isos ?
09:53 < daja77> yes
09:53 < MightyJoeYoung> thanks daja
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09:55 < blindy> *yawn*
10:00 < daja77> moin yawning blindy 
10:01 < togg> moin alle zusammen
10:04 < daja77> moin togg 
10:07 < blindy> anyone here who knows a good howto on printing via irda on palmos?
11:32 < rxr> re
11:33 < dsoul> hi rxr :)
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11:53  * rxr shorly off -> gettign a SCSI cable and the other usual organization stuff ...
11:54 < owl> moin
11:59 < dsoul> hi owl :)
12:01 < owl> hi dsoul . how are you?
12:06 < dsoul> fried :P
12:15 < owl> *g* why fried? O_o sitting in an ofen?
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12:16 < De_Elsasser> hally hallo
12:16 < De_Elsasser> is there a specialist of adsl?
12:17 < dsoul> owl something like that :P
12:17 < De_Elsasser> ??? 
12:17 < De_Elsasser> is it for me?
12:18 < De_Elsasser> dsoul?
12:18 < owl> hi dsoul 
12:18 < owl> aeh De_Elsasser 
12:19 < owl> dsoul: *g* why not leaving the ofen?
12:19 < De_Elsasser> hye owl
12:19 < De_Elsasser> are you adsl girl?
12:22 < dsoul> owl i have to sit here 4 hours more
12:22 < owl> ah . working?
12:22 < dsoul> yes
12:23 < owl> dsoul: hahahaha. good joke. no. i'm a isdn-not-having-flatrate-and-paying-much-too-much-money-to-telekom-girl
12:35 < daja77> hi De_Elsasser 
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12:56 < De_Elsasser> hihi haha daja77
12:58 < De_Elsasser> he where is "time" in mIrc
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13:34 < blindy> hi hi and rehi
13:39 < owl> hi blindy 
13:40 < dsoul> hi blindy 
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13:56 < daja77> De_Elsasser: ?
13:59 < rxr> re
14:00 < daja77> wb rxr
14:01 < De_Elsasser> yes sir
14:05 < De_Elsasser> using channel 1 (puis 2,3,4...)
14:05 < De_Elsasser> <De_Elsasser> connect : ppp0 <--> /dev/pts/1 (puis 2.1.2....]
14:05 < De_Elsasser> oups
14:05 < De_Elsasser> :-]
14:06 < daja77> so does it work now?
14:06 < De_Elsasser> no sgregneugneu
14:08 < De_Elsasser> i will try the kernel 2.6.7
14:08 < daja77> O_o
14:08 < daja77> ah k. :)
14:08 < De_Elsasser> i waiting for an answer on #speedtouch
14:09 < daja77> ;)
14:09 < De_Elsasser> no very speed, hop, hop, hip, hip
14:11 < De_Elsasser> in the 2.6.4 there is a bug: can try Unix98 PTY
14:13 < De_Elsasser> he is under "not 8454(or somethink)" and i can go there 
14:13 < daja77> hm I could upload isos with linux-2.6.7 on monday
14:14 < De_Elsasser> isos
14:15 < daja77> cdrom images
14:16 < De_Elsasser> ah ok
14:31 < De_Elsasser> mus go...
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15:21 < StefanG> i nead the samba package and lost my rock-cds .. is there a way to get it without downloading the complete cd-images?
15:21 < daja77> which rock version?
15:22 < StefanG> 2.0.0 or 2.0.1 ..
15:22 < StefanG> not sure in the moment
15:23 < daja77> mom
15:25 < daja77> get it from http://lospalmos.homelinux.net/rock-addon
15:26 < StefanG> thank you daja77 :)
15:26 < StefanG> there is usually no way to download it directly?
15:27 < daja77> you could use scripts/Emerge-Pkg to install
15:27 < StefanG> how does it work?
15:28 < StefanG> btw .. is there a precompiled kernel-version without the loop-module?
15:28 < daja77> scripts/Emerge-Pkg -cfg id packagename
15:29 < StefanG> but i guess i need the scripts-package before?
15:29 < daja77> cd /usr/src/rock-src
15:29 < daja77> scripts/Update-Src ;)
15:30 < daja77> but anyway just download the gem, and use mine -i to install
15:30 < StefanG> ok :)
15:30 < StefanG> and about the kernel?
15:31 < StefanG> i need a patched loop-module because of a crypted hd in my server
15:31 < StefanG> don't want to take it out .. and to lazy to build an own kernel ;-)
15:32 < daja77> and who do you think should have a prebuild kernel with that modifications?
15:33 < StefanG> just a question if there is another kernel
15:33 < StefanG> why is loop included in the kernel?
15:33 < StefanG> never seen that on other distribiutions
15:34 < daja77> for lvp I guess
15:34 < StefanG> lvp?
15:36 < StefanG> ahh, i already got the kernel-source there .. hope it will work
15:40 < blindy> there is a possibility to do so
15:40 < blindy> StefanG: activate the loop-aes package
15:41 < blindy> StefanG: I take it you used the loop-aes method to encrypt your harddisk?
15:41 < blindy> StefanG: mount -o encryption={blowfish,twofish,serpent}{128,192,256} ...
15:41 < blindy> StefanG: ?
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15:44 < De_Elsasser> yahou I am in
15:45 < daja77> great
15:45 < De_Elsasser> so, I must go sleep no....
15:45 < daja77> ok cu later
15:46 < De_Elsasser> no, I was junking
15:46 < daja77> ;)
15:46 < De_Elsasser> it is so, so, so so sssoo
15:50 < daja77> damn acrobat reader
15:50 < StefanG> blindy: i used loop-aes
15:50 < StefanG> what have i to do to use it with the rock-kernel?
15:57 < De_Elsasser> how do you create a new desktop with WindowMaker?
15:58 < De_Elsasser> ok find
16:01 < StefanG> ok, new kernel is ready .. have to reboot now
16:01 < StefanG> bbl
16:01 < blindy> StefanG: in scripts/Config
16:01 < blindy> StefanG: there's an option to use loop-aes
16:01 < StefanG> where?
16:01 < blindy> then do ./scripts/Emerge-Pkg loop-aes linux26 ciphersl
16:01 < blindy> mom
16:02 < StefanG> i have linux 24
16:02 < blindy> then substitute linux26 for linux24
16:02 < StefanG> and where do i find scripts/Emerge-Pkg
16:02 < blindy>   x x   ===>  Loop-AES Options                                            x x   
16:02 < blindy> ehm
16:02 < blindy> which version of ROCK are you using?
16:02 < blindy> 1.7-prehistoric?
16:02 < StefanG> 2.0.1 i guess
16:03 < blindy> then both of these are there
16:03 < StefanG> where?
16:03 < blindy> ehm
16:03 < blindy> in the rock-src dir
16:03 < blindy> where else?
16:03 < StefanG> bash-2.05b# cd /usr/src/rock-src 
16:03 < StefanG> bash: cd: /usr/src/rock-src: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
16:04 < blindy> then you've put it somewhere else or deleted it
16:04 < blindy> do the follewing
16:04 < blindy> cd /usr/src
16:04 < blindy> svn co svn://svn.rocklinux-consulting.de/rock-linux/trunk rock-src
16:04 < StefanG> lrwxrwxrwx    1 root     root           18 2004-03-25 23:31 rock-src -> rock-src-2.0.0-rc5
16:04 < blindy> and there it is
16:04 < StefanG> bash: svn: command not found
16:04 < blindy> does rock-src-2.0.0-rc5 exist?
16:05 < StefanG> no
16:05 < blindy> then you've deleted it sometime ago
16:05 < StefanG> mist
16:05 < blindy> wait
16:06 < blindy> http://svn.rocklinux-consulting.de/clients/svn-i586-static-0.35.0
16:06 < blindy> here's a statically linked svn binary
16:06 < blindy> use it to execute the command above and re-create your ROCK Linux tree with the latest bells and whistles
16:07 < rolla> re
16:07 < StefanG> ahh :)
16:07 < StefanG> that works
16:08 < blindy> and then you have ./scripts/Config in that dir with the LOOP-AES option above
16:09 < StefanG> :)
16:13 < StefanG> bash-2.05b# ./scripts/Emerge-Pkg loop-aes linux24 ciphers
16:13 < StefanG> ERROR: No configuration 'default' found!
16:13 < StefanG> whats the problem?
16:14 < StefanG> ahh .. need to do ./scripts/Config :)
16:14 < StefanG> shit .. no time left, have to go now
16:14 < daja77> indeed
16:16 < StefanG> bbl
16:22 < De_Elsasser> daja77: what is 2.0-stable, is it 2.0.2?
16:22 < daja77> yes
16:22 < De_Elsasser> good
16:22 < daja77> but there are no online iso files for 2.0.2 afaik
16:24 < De_Elsasser> and trunk is 2.0.2
16:24 < blindy> trunk is 2.1
16:25 < De_Elsasser> they have svn 3553
16:27 < De_Elsasser> blindy: how are you after so long time?
16:30 < blindy> De_Elsasser: fine. My state of employment is in limbo and I'm away from my parents :D
16:30 < De_Elsasser> in limbo?
16:32 < rxr> blindy: "My state of employment is in limbo" - what do you mean?
16:43 < blindy> I mean that it's not sure whether I'll stay in Berlin or go boack to Bavaria
16:43 < blindy> no decision has been made yet
16:43 < blindy> (not my fault, if it's me I'm definately going to stay here)
16:48 < blindy> ok, time for me to go home
16:48 < blindy> bye
18:18 < StefanG> re
18:19 < StefanG> daja77: i installed samba .. what do i have to do to configure it?
18:19 < Lorini> hi girls
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18:29 < DeElsasser> hops
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18:55 < dsoul> rxr ?
19:14 < fake> moin
19:16  * fake went to bed @ home but woke up in hell
19:16 < dsoul> hi fake :)
19:16 < dsoul> what happened?
19:17 < rxr> yes ?
19:17 < fake> thousands of children running around here...
19:17 < dsoul> :>
19:18 < fake> rxr: gcc build fails in stage 0 because ./configure doesn't create subdirs (anymore)
19:18 < rxr> hm?
19:18 < fake> rxr: i had to 'make configure-gcc' and 'make configure-libiberty' first
19:18 < rxr> which version=
19:18 < fake> gcc.conf, bottom, gcc_cross{}
19:18 < fake> 3.4.1
19:19 < fake> make -C libiberty -> bang.
19:19 < fake> .oO( though just adding the configure- lines didn't finally fix it (
19:20 < rxr> hm - built fine here - stage9 on PowerPC
19:20 < fake> rev?
19:20 < rxr> last week s.th. ...
19:20 < rxr> an in-system build ...
19:20  * fake yesterday
19:20 < fake> this is driving me nuts
19:21 < fake> i can't get a gcc compiled nativley on the sparc
19:21 < fake> and now the rock scripts trick on me :(
19:42 < rxr> fake: prepare to fix some real bugs
19:42 < rxr> I guess not many people run all the program you just run in 64bit mode on SPARC ...
19:47 < fake> rxr: i get the same on x86
19:47 < fake> rxr: i always do parallel sparc/x86 builds
19:50 < fake> rxr: it's nothing arch specific.
19:53 < rxr> fake: hm - a normal plain stage 9 bulid?
19:53 < rxr> fake: such one built fine on PowerPC without anything other then updating the version in my gcc34 branch ...
19:54 < fake> stage 0
19:55 < fake> stage 1 -> CC_not_built_so_far
20:17 < DeElsasser> i go: don't make the mad...
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21:21 < rxr> ok - cu
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22:27 < daja77> re
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23:53 < StefanG> re
23:54 < StefanG> so i got samba on the computer, what have i to do to make it run?
23:55 < daja77> read the manuals
23:55 < StefanG> nice idea
23:55 < StefanG> which manual?
23:56 < daja77> the samba manuals?
23:56 < StefanG> google?
23:57 < daja77> www.samba.org?
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