[00:01] <fake> netrunner: you want to make a rock package out of it?
[00:01] <netrunner> fake: yes.
[00:02] <fake> netrunner: does it apply cleanly on 2.6.8.1 ?
[00:02] <netrunner> it basically already is. I always automatically do this when I compile something ;)
[00:02] <netrunner> fake: jup
[00:02] <netrunner> fake: I can sm send it if you want to try
[00:05] <netrunner> fake: 2004_09_1400053312509
[00:10] <netrunner> n8
[00:10] <netrunner> argl, again I sent a mail to rlml with the wrong address 
[00:11] <th> netrunner: mutt?
[00:11] <netrunner> th: yes. I know it shows the sender address ... but my left eye is swollen to unusability, and my right eye is a bit short sighted ... ;)
[00:12] <th> send-hook '~C @rocklinux\.org' 'my_hdr From: Tobias Hintze <th@rock...>'
[00:12] <netrunner> hey, that's a nice one. I only had shortcuts for changing ...
[00:14] <netrunner> ok, now n8 :)
[00:14] <th> cya netrunner 
[00:22] <th> where to place the --force-local option?
[00:23] <fake> where where ?
[00:23] <th> tar
[00:23] <th> taropt="--use-compress-program=bzip2 -xf"
[00:23] <fake> there
[00:23] <th> cause of package splitting i should add --force-local
[00:23] <fake> before the --use-com or before -xf
[00:24] <th> oh - yes.
[00:24] <th> i really tried multiple other permutations
[00:28] <th> oh there is no bash.tar.bz2 any longer... hmm
[00:33] <th> ...another check for $rockver
[00:35] <fake> bash2...
[00:35] <th> yea did that
[00:35] <th> ../../pkgs hmm... that might be wrong now...
[00:36] <th> we'll see
[00:42] <th> are there any splits besides :dev and :doc?
[00:45] <fake> not yet
[00:45] <fake> oh great.
[00:45] <fake> now the fun starts...
[00:46] <fake> i updated the kernel to 2.6.8.1, updated the nvidia module to 6111, start X: bam. machine dead x_x
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[00:47] <th> fake: please fix this :)
[00:47] <fake> th: this is NOT funny!
[00:47] <fake> ;)
[00:49] <fake> O_O
[00:49] <fake> now it's getting weird...
[00:50] <fake> the nvidia module i just build now says:
[00:50] <fake> FATAL: Error inserting nvidia (/lib/modules/2.6.8.1/kernel/drivers/video/nvidia.ko): Invalid module format
[00:50] <fake> with dmesg:
[00:50] <fake> No module found in object
[00:50] <fake> i'd better backup my data...
[00:50] <th> sure that you did a SYNC before modprobing?
[00:54] <th> oh - i'm dropping thoughts... i'm in need of a regeneration cycle... cya later
[00:54] <SMP> bye
[00:55] Action: fake reading nvidia driver diff
[00:55] <fake> +    * Fixed problem that caused TV-Out modes other than 640x480 and
[00:55] <fake> +      800x600 to be unavailable.
[00:55] <fake> wee!
[00:55] <fake> they fixed it
[00:56] <fake> finally, i don't have to upscale to 800x600 on a 720x576 tv anymore.
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[01:04] Action: fake throttelded down AGP again...
[01:04] <_Ragnar_> *lol*
[01:06] <fake> it's not funny, it's very sad
[01:06] <_Ragnar_> huh? why?
[01:06] <fake> this board would be 4X capable
[01:07] <_Ragnar_> btw with the nvidia driver, I had to build that by hand
[01:08] <fake> so do i.
[01:08] <fake> i have to patch some stuff in os-support.h
[01:10] <_Ragnar_> kay
[01:27] <fake> veeeeery nice
[01:27] <fake> the true PAL mode support is worth the trouble.
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[07:57] <netrunner> moin 
[07:57] <dsoul> hi netrunner 
[08:18] <fake> moin netrunner, moin dsoul
[08:19] Action: fake enjoying a 'heavy arythmic industrial live concert' :(
[08:21] <dsoul> hi fake 
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[09:25] <hannes_> hi
[09:25] <fake> hi!
[09:26] <fake> slept well? ;)
[09:26] <hannes_> fake: ohh yeah!
[09:26] <hannes_> fake: can you test if mkpkg also traces mkdir()s correctly on i386, or if it doesn't notice?
[09:27] <fake> wait...
[09:28] <fake> hannes_: the directory creation is not in the flist
[09:29] <fake> hannes_: but that should be o.k.
[09:29] <hannes_> okay
[09:29] <hannes_> than i'll send the patch
[09:29] <fake> kewl
[09:30] <fake> hannes_: no school?
[09:30] <fake> argh
[09:30] Action: fake baka
[09:30] <fake> but - what are you doing so early @bitz?
[09:31] Action: fake needs sleep
[09:35] <hannes_> fake: dont know
[09:36] <hannes_> fake: i have some great downloads to do
[09:36] <th> moin
[09:36] <fake> like?
[09:36] <fake> moin th!
[09:37] <th> fake: no further builds failed. just need to adapt some build_stage[12].sh things
[09:37] <hannes_> hi th
[09:37] <th> hi hannes_ 
[09:37] <fake> th: cool
[09:37] <th> i guess fake is _still_ awake and hannes is _already_ awake?
[09:38] <fake> th: ack
[09:38] <hannes_> =) ack
[09:38] <fake> we're on shifts ;)
[09:38] <hannes_> fake: can i have access to your rs6k?
[09:38] <fake> hannes_: how? me being your remote power surge?
[09:38] <hannes_> i hope i have an linux-2.6.7-kgdb image ready for testing this evening
[09:39] <hannes_> fake: of course!
[09:39] <fake> of course.... come by tonight, she's all yours
[09:40] <hannes_> fake: hmmm...
[09:40] <fake> hannes_: objections?
[09:41] <hannes_> i have to go to bed _now_ if i will be fit tonight
[09:42] <fake> hannes_: tonight = in ~10 h
[09:42] <th> fake: i've some problem with ../../pkgs/
[09:42] <fake> th: yes?
[09:42] <th> fake: my pwd in the build_stage2.sh is "/rescue/rescue_root"
[09:42] <th> where is that?
[09:43] <th> i could search for that
[09:43] <th> nothing found
[09:44] <th> fake: how can i access the pkgs dir?
[09:44] <fake> th: uh
[09:45] <fake> th: see bootdisk / livecd ?
[09:45] <th> they use ../../pkgs/ in bootdisk too
[09:46] <th> hmmm
[09:46] <fake> have you built gems or tar.bz2s ?
[09:46] <th> i guess i have read only access to it only?
[09:46] <th> bz2's
[09:46] <fake> th: j00 are r00t
[09:46] <th> hmm
[09:46] <th> time of ro nfs mounts seem over...
[09:48] <th> ../.. is the root dir of the build
[09:48] <th> how can this work in build_stage2.sh in bootdisk?
[09:49] <fake> ../pkgs/ ?
[09:49] <th> ahh
[09:49] <fake>  /ROCK
[09:49] <th> cd $disksdir/2nd_stage
[09:49] <fake> jop
[09:50] <th> i suppose bootdisk stage2.sh outputs errors cause of split-packages not beeing in package_map?
[09:51] <th> livecd fixes thios
[09:51] <th>  | grep -v -e ':dev.tar.bz2' -e ':doc.tar.bz2
[09:51] <fake> jep
[09:51] <fake> noone cares ;)
[09:51] <fake> gives nice colors
[09:52] <th> red isn't a nice color
[09:52] <fake> green and red and pink and grey...
[09:55] <th> all ghosts
[09:55] <th> non exisent directory ghosts
[10:04] <th> ls: ../../pkgs/*.tar.bz2: No such file or directory                             
[10:05] <fake> ../pkgs/*.tar.bz2?
[10:05] <th> disksdir="$build_dir/rescue"
[10:05] <th> i should adapt this
[10:06] <th> if [[ $rockver = 2.0* ]] ; then
[10:06] <th>         disksdir="$build_dir/rescue"
[10:06] <th> else
[10:06] <th>         disksdir="$build_rock/rescue"
[10:06] <th> fi
[10:06] <fake> cool - Absurd Minds - Master Builder
[10:06] <fake> $build_rock ?
[10:07] <th> as it is in livecd target
[10:07] <th> you know that target?
[10:07] <th> have a look.
[10:07] <th> ;-p
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[10:11] <hannes_> ohh..a new xorg patch
[10:15] <fake> weeeeeee!
[10:15] Action: fake jumps around
[10:15] <fake> mythtv update worked
[10:16] <hannes_> fake: cool!
[10:16] <fake> without a database with satellite information you'r really fucked - still no automatic station search
[10:16] <hannes_> uuh.
[10:17] <hannes_> again more than 100 patches in sm
[10:17] <fake> damn, why is my AMD Athlon XP 2600+ SOO SLOW?!!
[10:17] <fake> something is wrong here...
[10:17] <th> you got a virus
[10:19] <netrunner> fake: abort one of your 3 builds 
[10:19] <fake> oh
[10:19] <fake> ;)
[10:19] <th> install SP2
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[10:21] <pennemops> moin :)
[10:22] <netrunner> fake: oh, it seems I forgot to commit mythtv in jan :)
[10:22] <fake> netrunner: you're kidding me ?!?!
[10:22] <fake> hi owl!!
[10:22] <netrunner> fake: no, I have a mythtv package from jan in one of my backup dirs ;)
[10:23] <pennemops> hi fake !
[10:23] <netrunner> hi owl
[10:23] <pennemops> moin netrunner 
[10:25] <hannes_> hi netrunner! hi owl
[10:25] <netrunner> hi hannes
[10:29] <fake> these mythtv guys are really mad
[10:29] <fake> 2004-09-14 10:30:01 Running as SUID root would allow some threads to run with realtime priority, improving video smoothness.
[10:41] <netrunner> fake: the patch for qt to use the mysql driver was applied, I made this because mythtv wants it :)
[10:41] <fake> netrunner: i.c.
[10:42] <netrunner> fake: if you want to do me a favour tell me how I can compile the btsco thingie that afaics wants 2.6 headers
[10:47] <fake> netrunner: i'm busy and tired right now...
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[10:48] <th> moin clifford 
[10:48] <clifford> moin.
[10:48] <pennemops> hi clifford , th 
[10:48] Action: clifford doesn't like nfs ...
[10:48] <th> *g*
[10:48] <hannes_> hi clifford 
[10:48] <clifford> .. especially with debilian ..
[10:49] <fake> lesbian
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[10:51] <hannes_> hrmm..kconsole crashed :/
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[10:53] <th> clifford: that was a fast reference build ;-)
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[10:55] <hannes_> and again...
[10:56] <fake> hahahaaa.... 
[10:56] <fake> mythmusic is funny
[10:57] <fake> Gears::initializeGL -> segfault
[10:57] Action: fake seeing perl modules, everywhere perl modules...
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[11:01] <blindcoder> moin
[11:01] <pennemops> hi blindcoder !
[11:01] <pennemops> you're alive? O_o
[11:02] <blindcoder> sure
[11:02] <blindcoder> why?
[11:03] <pennemops> cuz i didn't see you talking during the last 2 weeks or so
[11:04] <th> just yesterday
[11:04] <th> 09:54:57 < blindcoder> Early next week I finally get internet connection at home again :)
[11:04] <blindcoder> well, last week I've been here more or less regularly but during the times when i'm here almost noone else is
[11:04] <blindcoder> and the week before that I was at my parents' dismounting my room
[11:05] <pennemops> ah k. well, do you wanna join #anarchy , again, please? (if you want)
[11:05] <blindcoder> brb, telephone
[11:05] <blindcoder> will do
[11:06] <pennemops> k. thx :)
[11:12] <blindcoder> back
[11:17] <fake> clifford: it's hard to set up with dvb hardware ...
[11:17] <fake> still no automatic channel scanning
[11:18] <th> fake: tar: error while loading shared libraries: librt.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[11:19] <fake> th: why do you point your n3kk1d little finger at ME?
[11:19] <fake> ;)
[11:19] <th> tar needs a librt?
[11:19] <fake> i'm no expert, but from what you said, i'd guess: yes. 
[11:19] <th> fake: cause you are the forward porting support guy ;)
[11:20] <th> in stable tar does not need librt.so.1 and does not need libpthread.so.0
[11:20] <th> might be glibc related?
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[11:21] <netrunner> mnemoc_: early awake?
[11:23] <fake> th: may also well be tar update related
[11:23] <th> fake: it's 90kb these two libs
[11:24] <th> hmmm
[11:24] Action: fake Hot Butter - Popcorn
[11:24] <th> i could try making tar live without them
[11:24] <clifford> fake: yea!
[11:25] <fake> clifford: exactly what i need now
[11:25] <fake> happy techno against sleepy fake ;)
[11:29] <clifford> ( mplayer http://64.236.34.67:80/stream/2007 )
[11:30] <clifford> ...but that's much better with psychodelic drugs. *g*
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[11:31] <fake> caffeine is a psychoactive drug. it makes me very nervous ;)
[11:32] <pennemops> then - you took to much caffeine 
[11:33] <fake> i preferr it in it's tasty, black coffe-form
[11:33] <th> fake: ok - i fixed the two libs for tar and got the target up and running
[11:34] <clifford> that reminds me of something...
[11:34] Action: clifford looking for his EHCL.
[11:35] <th> Elderly Housing Community Loan (Florida)
[11:35] <fake> *ROFL*
[11:35] <fake> almost...
[11:35] <clifford> *lol* EHCL = Ephedrine Hydrochloride
[11:36] <netrunner> fake: while rediffing my build_stage2.sh change, may I add the --force-local anyway?
[11:36] <clifford> netrunner: please do.
[11:36] <th> netrunner: what target are you working on?
[11:37] <clifford> netrunner: please do it in all targets..  ;-)
[11:37] <netrunner> hey, not so loud, I am @work ;)
[11:37] <th> he's cheating
[11:38] <fake> netrunner: sure
[11:38] <fake> to taropt , maybe?
[11:40] <th> # we don't need no --force-local here cause
[11:40] <th> # we don't need no :dev and :doc here...
[11:40] <th> taropt="--use-compress-program=bzip2 -xf"
[11:40] <th> :-p
[11:42] <th> fake: i guess it's not the right moment to ask you for reviewing the target wrt 2.1-DEV now?
[11:42] <clifford> th: if ( (!!strcmp(input,"no")) != 0 ) printf("You didn't type 'no'.\n");
[11:45] <netrunner> th: I only used livecd with 2.1 :)
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[11:47] <fake> netrunner: the_target=rescue ;
[11:48] <fake> th: your guess is right, i'm not of much help right now
[11:48] <netrunner> ah :)
[11:49] <th> clifford: you are challenging my duplicate negation?
[11:49] <nzg> moin
[11:49] <netrunner> oh, svn.rocklinux-consulting.de is still active? just accidently tried to update my 2.0-stable-trunk from there and got one revision more
[11:49] <th> netrunner: yes. it's readonly
[11:49] <th> (which makes no difference for you, except there will be no more revisions for you)
[11:55] <clifford> th: nice to see you've noticed it.. ;-)
[11:57] <th> clifford: do you know some spain?
[11:57] <clifford> no.
[11:57] <th> french?
[11:58] <clifford> no. german and english - that's it.
[11:58] <th> http://home.bluemarble.net/~langmin/miniatures/rules.htm
[11:58] <clifford> .. and many many programming languages.
[11:58] <th> read the last paragraph
[11:58] <th> the last but one
[12:00] <th> But just because many languages such as French, Russian, or Spanish choose to express the negative with two or more words STRENGTHENING each other (in Spanish, No veo nada is the only correct way to say it) it does not follow that each negative word ADDS its negation in the logical sense. Negative concord (as it's now called) using two or more negative words is very common in the world's languages.
[12:01] <clifford> but you wrote it in english and it's really unclear what you ment without reading the code.
[12:02] <clifford> ..and having to read the code to understand if the comment means black or white is bad style imo.
[12:02] <th> it's not unclear when understanding the "negative concord" in which both negation STRENGTHENING each other
[12:03] <th> .oO(we don't need no education)
[12:03] <clifford> but it's not clear! that's exactly the reason why you should avoid it in languages such as english!
[12:04] <th> not clear?
[12:04] <th> perhaps i should search for "negative concord" in some official grammar rules
[12:05] <clifford> you could use a double not to says "really not" or "oh' well - yes".
[12:05] <clifford> that't not clear - so don't do it!
[12:05] <fake> behave!
[12:06] <th> clifford: you mean "so you shouldn't do it!"?
[12:07] <clifford> http://ozlabs.org/~rusty/index.cgi/tech/2004-09-09.html
[12:07] <clifford> download the slides - start with slide 16.  ;-)
[12:07] <clifford> (good that I asked rusty to put the slides online)
[12:08] <fake> no open office on my freshly installed reference build :(
[12:09] <fake> what's in it?
[12:09] <th> neither on this desktop
[12:09] <th> hmm
[12:09] <clifford> th: All I'm saying it by using this kind of double negation in your comments you force me to ignore your comments because they don't make any real statement.
[12:09] <clifford> .. at least none which would be clear.
[12:09] <th> clifford: in fact this is in no code i wrote
[12:10] <clifford> so -> http://www.clifford.at/priv/linux-kongress-2004-keynote.pdf
[12:12] Action: clifford @ lunch.
[12:15] <th> clifford: point taken; perhaps we should construct a new language for all the comments ;)
[12:16] <netrunner> suaheli
[12:18] <fake> takatukka
[12:18] <th> lisp?
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[13:21] <clifford> th: klingon!  *g*
[13:22] <clifford> many, many UTF8 comments..  ;-)
[13:22] <th> clifford: ;-) what about double negative in klingon?
[13:22] <th> clifford: i suppose they don't have a positive
[13:23] <clifford> ;-)
[13:23] <th> clifford: and i read all the slides. a good-to-read.
[13:24] <clifford> a good to see even. rusty russell isn't doing not great presentations.  ;-)
[13:25] <th> hey you did it too ;-)
[13:25] <th> (as on page 18 / 19(
[13:26] <clifford> .. that was the "test" if you have really read it.
[13:26] <th> i see ;>
[13:27] <clifford> (what's the past tense of "read" btw? 'read - read - read' or 'read - red - red' ?)
[13:27] <th> read rot rotten
[13:27] <th> no it's read read read
[13:27] <th> but the last to are pronounced like "red"
[13:27] <clifford> oh - that explains my confusion about it.
[13:27] <th> s,to,two,
[13:28] <th> and i was almost about remarking that i should have used perfect tense to make it "clear" for you.
[14:27] <fake> that's it
[14:27] <fake> enough myths for today (yesterday, that is)
[14:58] <netrunner> hm, udp over ssh anybody? the netcat trick does not seem to work :(
[15:05] <th> udp over ssh is not a good option
[15:12] <[anders2]> ppp over ssh works, and that way you get both tcp and udp
[15:12] <th> of cause it does work
[15:13] <th> i used it myself
[15:13] <th> but it performed not very well
[15:13] <th> udp needs to be encapsualted into something like IP itself
[15:13] <th> and not in tcp
[15:14] <th> the worst is something like tcp over tcp
[15:14] <th> cause of the retry times
[15:18] <[anders2]> well, you will not get brilliant speeds, but it is adequate if you need to do something like 'poor mans ipsec' occationally.
[15:19] <[anders2]> if you need it more often than once in a blue moon, ipsec is the way to go.
[15:19] <th> i love my openvpn network
[15:20] Action: [anders2] planning on setting up ipsec server at home, so where-ever I am out on site, I can get a secure link home.
[15:20] <th> i spent some weeks on ipsec before i switched to openvpn.
[15:21] <th> i had a working configuration
[15:21] <th> connecting quite some peers and RWs
[15:21] <[anders2]> yeh..
[15:24] <th> now things are a lot easier with openvpn
[15:24] <th> i was using the openbsd isakmpd on linux
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[15:34] <treo> hi
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[15:59] <madtux> hello.
[16:14] <[anders2]> lo madtux 
[16:19] <netrunner> th: I don't think the theory of the exponental repetition rates with tcp over tcp is all correct. the first tcp level cares for consistency, so the other tcp levels won't have to retransmit.
[16:19] <netrunner> hi maddy
[16:19] <th> netrunner: i used it and the performance WAS bad.
[16:20] <th> netrunner: it's ways better now (encapsulating through UDP only ny openvpn)
[16:20] <th> s,ny,by,
[16:20] <netrunner> th: I have to get out of the company net using ssh over web-proxy. and the same way I want to get out my voip. that's what I am trying to do
[16:21] <th> netrunner: well i only said that it is no good option; it might still be your only option
[16:21] <SMP> netrunner: oh Christ ...
[16:22] <th> netrunner: in fact you did not understand the repetition problem, i think
[16:22] <th> (tunneling voip packets through tcp must be a nightmare)
[16:25] <SMP> just as a sidenote - tunneling through a proxy can easily make you lose your job - and rightly so
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[16:27] <blindcoder> SMP: only if someone really makes an effort to check lofs
[16:27] <blindcoder> logs
[16:27] <blindcoder> which in big companies can be a real nightmare just to get the permission
[16:30] <SMP> you don't need to read logs to catch someone in a voip chat
[16:32] <blindcoder> hmm... ok
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[16:44] <joss> hello
[16:44] <th> hi joss 
[16:44] <joss> can i make those scanner buttons to do some functions somehow?
[16:45] <joss> i have epson perfection 1260
[16:45] <th> yes
[16:45] <joss> usb scanner with buttons, maybe theres a package to use those buttons with kooka dcop functions perhaps?
[16:45] <th> you can use your windows drivers shipped with the device.
[16:45] <joss> th: with linux sane?
[16:46] <th> joss: don't think so
[16:46] <joss> heh
[16:47] <joss> http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/sane-devel/2004-July/011504.html
[16:47] <joss> rebe was implementing a button support for avision backend
[16:48] <th> You must install Microsoft(r) Windows 2000(tm) Professional(r) Build on NT Technology(tm) with integrated Microsoft(r) Internet Explorer(tm) 5.5
[16:49] <SMP> th?!
[16:49] <th> gnaa forget it - sorry ;>
[16:50] <th> joss: you might ask rene rebe directly. but you wont find him here any longer.
[16:50] <tcr> joss: His nickname is rxr.
[16:50] <joss> th: why?
[16:51] <joss> he was a rocklinux maintainer before
[16:51] <th> joss: he retired from maintership
[16:51] <th> joss: in fact he left the ROCK Linux project
[16:53] <tcr> blindcoder, How well does that voip stuff work over the internet?
[16:53] <joss> th: ok i c followed rocklinux site as well now,  so tobias where can i find him now then?
[16:53] <tcr> joss: Again: His nickname is rxr.
[16:53] <tcr> He's currently on this server, so just /query him
[16:54] <th> joss: he is still on this IRC network.
[16:55] <joss> query?
[16:55] <tcr> joss: type "/query rxr"
[16:56] <tcr> It'll open a personal dialog chatbox or something on that line.
[16:57] <th> joss: i bet you can find him in channel #gsmp too.
[16:57] <joss> #gsmp ok , nice, but im allready chatting with him
[17:00] <treo> tcr: it works pretty good, I already made some voip to real telephone calls, mostly to some foreign countrys because it's far cheaper 
[17:04] <tcr> treo: Heh, nice. Thanks, that's actually what I wanted to know (re. foreign countries)
[17:37] Action: netrunner just paied 3eur for an wlan access key at coffee fellows and now noticed that there is no restriction in their wlan
[17:37] <netrunner> ... they have a weird routing, but ... ssh works if one knows a nameserver :)
[17:40] <treo> :)
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[17:57] <hannes_> hi
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[18:50] <_Ragnar_> hi
[18:51] <hannes_> hi _Ragnar_ 
[18:51] <_Ragnar_> hi hannes_ :)
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[19:49] <hannes_> bye!
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[20:22] <nzg> moin
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[20:49] Action: th is getting quite nervous...
[20:52] <rolla> re
[20:55] <madtux> wb rolla 
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[20:57] <th> cp: cannot stat `/home/rock/reference/2.0-stable/build/default-2.0.3-x86-pentium-mmx-32-reference/root/var/adm/logs/*.err': No such file or directory
[20:57] <th> YEA
[20:58] <th> Reference build finished.
[20:58] <th> Error logs from default-2.0.3-x86-pentium-mmx-32-reference:
[20:58] <th> 2186 builds total, 2186 completed fine, 0 with errors.
[20:59] <_Ragnar_> w00t ;)
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[21:09] <dsoul> :)
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[21:19] <TxD> moin
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[21:32] <th> clifford: ping
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[22:29] <jsaw> hi all
[22:30] <jsaw> th: grats!
[22:36] <th> jsaw: thanks
[22:40] <jsaw> somebody around with a matrox (mga) card?
[22:55] <treo> I think I have to sleep a bit ;) good night
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[23:07] <tfing> hi
[23:07] <nzg> moin tfing
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