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[03:35] <assassin> Anyone know where I can get the optimized ppc iso's?
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[04:07] <demian> hi
[04:07] <demian> i need to run in.tftp not as root, and not through inetd, how do i do it ?
[04:12] <demian> or da u know another tftp server? where i couldspecify a diferent port number and that could be run at user level? no through inetd?
[04:13] <SMP> tftp-hpa
[04:14] <SMP> there's a Rock package for it
[04:14] <SMP> if any ftpd can do what you want, then this one
[04:14] <demian> yo, thanks
[04:15] <demian> can i access the tftp-ha.conf file online now ?
[04:15] <demian> have someproblems using cvs with rock servers.. anyways i got sometime without updating tres
[04:16] <SMP> we haven't used cvs for ... years
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[04:17] <SMP> http://www.rocklinux.net/svn/rock-linux/trunk/package/base/tftp-hpa/
[04:17] <demian> subversion.. ;-)
[04:18] <demian> let's see if i could get that router nvram now..
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[04:42] <demian> umm.. seems tftp server is running, client connects but can't transfer files..
[04:43] <demian> tftp> get /tmp/caca
[04:43] <demian> getting from localhost.ic-itcr.ac.cr:/tmp/caca to caca [netascii]
[04:43] <demian> sent RRQ <file=/tmp/caca, mode=netascii>
[04:43] Last message repeated 4 time(s).
[04:43] <demian> Transfer timed out.
[04:43] <demian> tftp> 
[04:43] <demian> running as: ./sbin/in.tftpd -l -a localhost:1869 -s /tmp/
[04:45] <demian> udp        0      0 127.0.0.1:6969          0.0.0.0:*
[04:45] <demian> now on 6969.. nothing :(
[04:45] <fake> moin
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[04:51] <demian> anyone have a clue why this is not working ?
[04:51] Action: fake using the inetd tftpd.. occasionally
[04:51] <demian> sure me too, but now i need to run it at user level which implies a port number above 1024
[04:52] <fake> sure... woudln't it be easier to hack the in.tftpd ?
[04:53] <fake> i mean the 'traditional' one
[04:53] <fake> use the source, luke ;)
[04:57] <DieTerkE> http://zattevrienden.realroot.be/highscore.jpg 
[04:57] <DieTerkE> atftp + xinetd is great
[05:04] <demian> dmanit.. this is not working
[05:04] <demian>  [ belen ] /tmp/tftp > telnet localhost 6969
[05:04] <demian> Trying 127.0.0.1...
[05:04] <demian> telnet: connect to address 127.0.0.1: Connection refused
[05:05] <demian>  [ belen ] /tmp/tftp > netstat -avn 2> /dev/null| grep 6969 
[05:05] <demian> udp        0      0 127.0.0.1:6969          0.0.0.0:*                           
[05:05] <demian>  [ belen ] /tmp/tftp > 
[05:05] <demian> :(
[05:08] <Ragnar0k> heya
[05:18] <demian> i surrender :( ..
[05:18] <demian> bye
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[05:18] <Ragnar0k> trying to telnet to a udp port?:)
[05:20] <fake> hehehe
[05:20] <fake> now that you mention it
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[09:00] <netrunne1> moin
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[10:23] <[anders2]> narf
[10:59] <th> finally the 2.0-stable refbuild finished
[10:59] <th> 2192 builds total, 2182 completed fine, 10 with errors.
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[11:03] <knoppix> hello
[11:03] <knoppix> can somebody help me ?
[11:04] <[anders2]> with what?
[11:04] <knoppix> mom
[11:04] <knoppix> Unknown statement in config file: dhcp
[11:04] <knoppix> in the /etc/network/config
[11:05] <knoppix> it prints everytime by setting up the interface eth0
[11:06] <[anders2]> do you have a dhcp server somewhere and the dhcp-client stuff installed?
[11:06] <knoppix> no
[11:07] <knoppix> the server not
[11:07] <knoppix> is that neccesary ?
[11:07] <[anders2]> if you want to get an ip address via dhcp, that is sort of essential..
[11:08] <knoppix> ahh
[11:08] <knoppix> but why must i install a dhcp-server ?
[11:08] <[anders2]> ok, do you know what dhcp is and how it works? :)
[11:09] <knoppix> i know that
[11:09] <knoppix> but the client sent sent a dhcp-request to the server
[11:09] <knoppix> and the server may answer it
[11:10] <[anders2]> ok, the client sends a request to the server, the server responds with an ip address..
[11:10] <knoppix> i am a client, and not a server
[11:10] <[anders2]> if the client has all the bits required for dhcp (client side stuff) it should work
[11:10] <knoppix> i will try it.
[11:11] <knoppix> thany
[11:11] <knoppix> x
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[11:11] <[anders2]> I wonder.. I don't think he understood quite what I was trying to say... 
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[11:18] <netrunner> [anders]: what you told him had nothing to do with his error message.
[11:24] <[anders2]> netrunner: well, I thought about how the debian file looks like, and I can tell an interface to be 'dhcp' type, and it will fire up the dhclient and try and grab an address that way
[11:25] <[anders2]> dunno if ROCK has picked up that method of doing things from Debian.
[11:25] <daja77> netrunner: i'll not come to erlangen
[11:25] <daja77> <- will be off to ireland next week
[11:27] <netrunner> daja77: hossa, fetching some guinnes? ;)
[11:27] <daja77> hehe we'll see
[11:28] <[anders2]> netrunner: and if the guys cfg file was correct (it might not have been) the error he described could be that he didn't have the dhclient package installed
[11:28] <netrunner> [anders]: his error message suggests that the 'dhcp' statement was not recognized. so either it is in the wrong place, or the dhcp module is missing
[11:29] <netrunner> otherwise he would have gotten errors from the dhclient.
[11:29] <[anders2]> netrunner: so why did you not step in and correct me? :)
[11:29] <netrunner> [anders]: I only came here after he logged off.
[11:29] <[anders2]> ah
[11:30] <[anders2]> oh well, he should not have logged off so fast then.. :)
[11:30] <daja77> indeed
[11:30] <daja77> hi [anders] 
[11:30] <[anders2]> lo daja77 
[11:30] <daja77> +2 ^^
[11:30] <[anders2]> hehe
[11:30] <daja77> booking connection flights with ryan air is tricky ^^
[11:45] <esden> hi ho everyone
[11:45] <esden> daja77: where are you flying?
[11:48] <esden> ahh now I have it ... ireland ...
[11:48] <esden> nice ...
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[15:18] <rolla> re
[15:18] <daja77> wb rolla 
[15:18] <rolla> thanks
[15:19] <rolla> crazy work
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[16:34] <mnemoc_> moin
[16:34] <daja77> moin mnemoc_ 
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[16:40] <netrunner> anybody here has successfully configured asterisk with isdn?
[16:45] <SMP> ugh
[16:46] <[anders2]> lo SMP
[16:46] <mnemoc> hi daja77, netrunner, SMP, [anders2]
[16:47] <[anders2]> lo mnemoc 
[16:47] Action: SMP switched to KDE 3.3 today
[16:47] <netrunner> it's not recognizing my msn ...
[16:49] <SMP> argh damnit
[16:50] <SMP> xine doesn't build inside the build system, but outside in continues fine
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[17:00] <netrunner> SMP: I see a parse error, might be gcc34, no?
[17:00] <SMP> gcc (GCC) 3.2.3
[17:54] <netrunner> can someone please explain clifford's update to me? going from 2.3.4 to 2.3.3 is downgrading in my eyes ...
[17:55] <daja77> iirc it does not build with gcc 3.4
[17:55] <daja77> but nonetheless 2.3.3 is the latest stable ...
[17:56] <clifford> netrunner: there never has been a 2.3.4 - this "2.3.4" was a glibc CVS checkout rene has just tared ..
[17:56] <netrunner> ah
[17:57] <clifford> and 2.3.3 is a "development release" - latest stable is still 2.3.2
[17:57] <clifford> .. but imo it's better to run a devel release than a CVS snapshot ..
[17:57] <daja77> still no stable, damn it
[17:57] <clifford> and a local update has caused everything to segfault for me
[17:58] <clifford> so it's not bin campatible (at least not with the so-called "2.3.4" thing)
[17:58] <netrunner> maybe it works in a more full build. I'll test.
[17:58] <daja77> clifford: does bash3 build in stage 1 for you?
[17:58] <clifford> there is a patch from stf in submaster for that.
[17:59] <daja77> ah
[17:59] <daja77> i should start a new build before goin to ireland ...
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[18:34] <th> clifford: gone again?
[18:48] <netrunner> hah, asterisk works ... partly ;)
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[20:33] <fake> http://static.thepiratebay.org/dreamworks_response.txt
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[20:45] <th> anyone volunteers for cleaning up subversion package in 2.0-stable?
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[20:51] <fake> hum?
[20:55] <th> it's terrible.
[20:55] <th> it's build in apache prefix
[20:55] <th> it builds apache-module per default
[20:55] <th> we should have config options to:
[20:55] <th> enable/disable build of apache module
[20:55] <th> enable/disable build of perl/python bindings
[20:55] <fake> is that just a mergeback from trunk ?
[20:56] <th> no
[20:56] Action: fake *shivers*
[20:57] <th> i think this might/should go to trunk first.
[20:57] <fake> ack
[20:57] <th> so remove the "in 2.0-stable" from my question
[20:58] <th> it's even ugly in trunk
[20:58] <fake> let me finish my ppc minimal desktop iso first...
[20:58] <th> ok. i'll think about what config options would be cool in the meantime.
[20:59] <th> you'll find it in wiki
[20:59] <fake> perfect
[21:07] <th> Committed revision 72.
[21:08] <th> Committed revision 73.
[21:08] <th> ok. that should give a start.
[21:11] <th> RFC: http://svn.clifford.at/wiki/scratch/subversion-cleanup.txt
[21:21] <netrunne1> hm, asterisk 75% working
[21:26] Action: fake will get an rs6k today *jump*
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[21:57] <netrunne1> hah. works 90%
[21:57] <netrunne1> now if I only get the outgoing msn's to work ...
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[22:08] <netrunner> what about a file that is only available as .tar on the server?
[22:08] <th> hmm?
[22:08] <th> wrong channel?
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[22:12] <netrunner> th: no, just I wondered that it doesn't make a .tar.bz2 out of it.
[22:14] <netrunner> th: and the build script cannot extract it as there is a --use-decompress=bzip2 enforced.
[22:14] <nzg> moin
[22:14] <th> netrunner: don't know what you are talking about
[22:16] <netrunner> th: I specified http://iaxclient.sourceforge.net/iaxcomm/iaxcomm-lin-20040228.tar as source package. it got downloaded and left as .tar (not repackaged).
[22:16] <netrunner> th: the build-package tries to unpack it using bzip2.
[22:16] <th> ahhh ok. now i got your point.
[22:25] <netrunner> imho scripts/Download needs to be fixed here. d'accord?
[22:26] <th> might be
[22:26] <daja77> netrunner: so you mean download is broken in trunk, that would explain sth ...
[22:27] <netrunner> daja77: grep says I am the first to download a .tar 
[22:27] <netrunner> daja77: haven't met any probs with download so far. some of the other scripts freak a bit ...
[22:28] <netrunner> daja77: oh, Download also. try calling it without arguments ;)
[22:28] <daja77> i wanted to emerg subversion with a trunk co and it didn't work
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[22:31] <netrunner> arg. I downloaded the binary.
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[22:40] <netrunner> oh, nice to know, my c compiler cannot create executables.
[22:40] <fake> argh
[22:40] <nzg> ?
[22:40] <daja77> ah typical configure message
[22:40] <nzg> what else does it create?
[22:40] Action: fake got a rs6k on his backseat - and no one to help him get it out
[22:41] <netrunner> nzg: other thing I would need is coffee, but even that he does refuse to build
[22:41] <netrunner> fake: shall I ...
[22:41] <nzg> hm
[22:42] Action: netrunner getting used to kphone.
[22:42] <fake> netrunner: i can cook coffee in exchange ;)
[22:42] <netrunner> fake: I wouldn't survive the trip, am almost sleeping on the keyboard
[22:49] <fake> ag
[22:49] <fake> holli will come over ;)
[22:49] Action: fake making coffee anyways 
[22:50] <netrunner> fake: doc as option is ok. but I still consider the disabling of md useless, even more because a few lines up the 2.6.8.1 is pending.
[22:51] Action: netrunner going to bed, starting new build tomorrow. (with new glibc)
[22:57] <fake> netrunner: the linux-update in sm is not ment to be applied as it is
[22:57] <fake> at least not from my side - it's for testing
[23:04] <netrunner> fake: it's applied, and tested. works like s..   a charm
[23:04] <netrunner> n8
[23:06] <fake> no, there is an error about a missing UML file for example. besides, all stuff like vserver and other kernel patch applying things still need to be tested
[23:07] <netrunner> fake: the uml thing is my bad, and only appears when you select to patch for uml.
[23:07] <netrunner> fake: now let me sleep ;)
[23:07] Action: netrunner picking a note on his screen to look at the uml patch
[23:13] <th> should i commit new cache files for 2.0-stable?
[23:18] <mnemoc> do you maean to copy $root/var/adm/ache/$pkg to $confdir/$pk.cache?
[23:21] <th> mnemoc: no but from 2.0-stable/build/default-2.0.3-x86-pentium-mmx-32-reference/result/package/$pkg/$pkg.cache
[23:39] <fake> ;)
[23:40] <th> so shall i?
[23:40] <th> would be quite a changeset
[23:40] <th> last caches are from january
[23:41] <th> 2.0.0-rc5
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