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[07:07] <esden> fake: then order one ;)
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[07:22] <blindcoder> moin
[07:25] <blindcoder> th: the problem with viewing the scripts directory in the 2.0-stable branch in fisheye will be fixed in the next release (tomorrow or the day after)
[07:31] <blindcoder> brb, gotta go to the bakery
[07:43] <blindcoder> re
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[08:02] <th> blindcoder: hey - nice
[08:02] <th> blindcoder: so what's so special about the dirs in stable?
[08:19] <daja77> 316 builds total, 214 completed fine, 4 with errors.
[08:26] <daja77> argh who made that glib update >_<
[08:31] <blindcoder> th: the branch parser is buggy
[08:32] <daja77> blindcoder: the glib12 package with version 1.2.10 is working for you?
[08:33] <blindcoder> 316 builds total, 298 completed fine, 0 with errors.
[08:33] <daja77> could you check if you have the same version
[08:34] <daja77> here it fails first because the gcc34.patch does not apply and afterwards because the glut lib is missing
[08:34] <blindcoder> [V] 2.6.3
[08:34] <blindcoder> [V] 1.2.10
[08:38] <daja77> the patch does not apply again
[08:38] <daja77> this build is screwed
[08:39] <blindcoder> applies fine here
[08:39] <blindcoder> think they did some post-release modifications?
[08:39] <blindcoder> what's the checksum of the download?
[08:40] <daja77> erh the glib src dir contains gle instead of glib O_o
[08:42] <daja77> have to check that later perhaps the fsck has mixed up some inode
[08:42] <daja77> s
[08:47] <blindcoder> looks like it did
[09:13] <netrunner> moin
[09:16] <netrunner> 1usdcent per KB. stupid provider
[09:33] <blindcoder> o_O
[09:33] <blindcoder> ouch
[10:07] <owl> moin
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[10:21] <netrunner> wow http://www.snopes.com/photos/architecture/waterbridge.asp
[10:22] <th> city of Magdeburg
[10:22] <th> yea my home town
[10:23] <owl> O_O 
[10:31] <owl> wtf is wrong with this kernel?!!! 
[10:31] <owl> someone knows this error: "VFS: Cannot open root device "302" or unknown-block(3,2)"...
[10:32] <netrunner> owl: it's missing your root filesystem
[10:32] <blindcoder> owl: where is your rootfs located?
[10:33] <owl> netrunner: yeah, and why? - i've the ide-stuff included (statically) and the ext3-stuff, too...
[10:33] <owl> blindcoder: /dev/hda2
[10:33] <netrunner> owl: have you told him where to find your root device? in a manner your kernel version understands?
[10:34] <owl> netrunner: yeah root=/dev/hda2 (in lilo.conf and at boot-prompt) and rdev sais "/dev/hda2", too
[10:35] <blindcoder> owl: add "debug" as a kernel parameters and see what it says
[10:37] <owl> blindcoder: yeah... second ;) still recompiling
[10:41] <owl> whish me luck, please. thx
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[11:23] <owl> hrmpf. now it works
[11:27] <owl> .oO(wow. even the fn+something-keys work... and acpi... O_O )
[11:28] <blindcoder> well, so?
[11:28] <blindcoder> isn't that how it should be :P
[11:28] <owl> yes, it is ;)
[11:29] <blindcoder> also, for some strange reason, taper started working on pallas
[11:29] <owl> taper?
[11:30] <blindcoder> a backup program that has an ncurses interface as well as plain parameter interface for con
[11:30] <blindcoder> cron
[11:30] <blindcoder> so you can use it interactively from a console or unattended from wherever
[11:30] <blindcoder> rocks :)
[11:31] <owl> ah ok. 
[11:33] <owl> blindcoder: btw, how do you like this design: http://www.karnaya.de/ ?
[11:34] <blindcoder> eww
[11:34] <blindcoder> too dark
[11:34] <owl> why ? O_O
[11:34] <blindcoder> I think it's too dark
[11:35] <blindcoder> black, dark blue
[11:35] <owl> heh, there's even a contrast between black text and white background 
[11:35] <owl> yeah... but just the design ;)
[11:35] <blindcoder> wel, I don't like it, sorry
[11:35] <blindcoder> anyway, lunchtime
[11:35] <owl> hehe. ok ;)
[11:35] <owl> guten hunger
[12:10] <blindcoder> back
[12:46] <esden> hi ho
[12:48] <blindcoder> moin esden *hug*
[12:49] <esden> moin blindcoder *blindy_hug_and_hang_on_his_shoulders_totaly_powerless*
[12:50] <blindcoder> urgs
[12:50] Action: blindcoder falls over and now lies on top of esden 
[12:52] Action: netrunner takes a picture and fiels under rocklinux/groupsex/
[12:52] <netrunner> s/fiels/files/
[12:53] <esden> blindcoder: autsch
[12:53] <esden> netrunner: you know! I hate you!
[12:55] <netrunner> esden: come and get me :P
[12:55] <blindcoder> MUAHAHA
[12:55] <blindcoder> guess we can attract some chicks^Wdevs that way :)
[12:57] Action: blindcoder patches taper to use bzip2 instead of gzip
[12:59] <esden> blindcoder: chicks love patching taper ;)
[12:59] <netrunner> how am I supposed to list a directory in c++? call 'dir' and reat the output?
[13:00] <esden> netrunner: use opendir() posix function?
[13:00] <netrunner> esden: is win32 posix compatible?
[13:00] <esden> netrunner: microsoft pretends that at least
[13:03] <blindcoder> esden: no, chicks love tape, ropes and being gagged :P
[13:04] <esden> blindcoder: that is why they love when you do something with tapes ... that means in this case patching taper ;)
[13:04] <esden> a patched taper has to look very nice ;)
[13:04] <blindcoder> it doesn't look, it's a daemon
[13:05] <netrunner> blindcoder: especially the girls here in russia, I can tell :)
[13:07] <esden> blindcoder: that is even cooler ... then you can pretend that only the real sm girls see it ... that way they will try to convince you that they are real sm girl ... only to be able to see that daemon ... ;)
[13:10] <blindcoder> MUAHAHAHA
[13:10] <blindcoder> I need to drag my patch to russia
[13:23] <owl> hi esden 
[13:23] <owl> .oO( strange thoughts coming up in #rocklinux ... )
[13:23] <daja77> like killing innocent people ...
[13:24] <netrunner> daja77: have you received my mail?
[13:24] <owl> daja77: why killing innocent people? ;)
[13:25] <daja77> no
[13:25] <daja77> this stinking hp printer is not working without giving error messages
[13:26] <owl> daja77: which printer exactly? *owning two hp-printers*
[13:26] <daja77> deskjet 3820
[13:26] <th> deskjets stink
[13:26] <daja77> it is the one of my grandma
[13:27] <netrunner> deskjets rock
[13:27] <owl> daja77: hm. ok. just have a clue about deskjet 5650 and officejet 5510... 
[13:27] <daja77> this one has no rock linux installed ...
[13:27] <daja77> I wish it would
[13:27] <owl> ok... -> windows-deskjet problem? if yes, then i understand you
[13:28] <daja77> no
[13:29] <daja77> the printer doesn't run rock, the pc dois
[13:29] <daja77> does even
[13:33] <owl> daja77: *g* that's clear... 
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[14:04] Action: owl hugs her thinkpad
[14:05] <th> owl: you like it?
[14:05] <owl> th: yeah. and it likes me. at least a notebook feels so
[14:06] <th> cool
[14:06] <owl> yeah. even integrated bluetooth seems to work (but still have to test)
[14:06] <th> yea it emulates an USB device
[14:06] <th> which is (virtually) plugged in and out when you enable/disable your BT
[14:07] <owl> cool :)
[14:07] <netrunner> owl: which one?
[14:07] <owl> and they keyboard: just sweeeeeeeet :)
[14:07] <owl> netrunner: r52
[14:07] <owl> link to the notebook - see somewhere on karnaya.de -> news
[14:08] <th> www.nofost.de
[14:09] <owl> *g* nah
[14:09] <owl> dont know if it's there (this model etc.)
[14:10] <th> yes it is.
[14:10] <owl> ah. ok
[14:10] <th> that's why i pasted this url
[14:11] <owl> oki ;)
[14:19] Action: netrunner already bought @nofost. 
[14:21] <owl> hrm. btw the 1846-64G i bouth is not listed there ;)
[14:21] <owl> netrunner: bouth what?
[14:22] <netrunner> th: what is the word for 'having a domain at a provider but no webspace'?
[14:22] <netrunner> owl: x40
[14:23] <owl> netrunner: dns-domain? ;)
[14:23] <th> netrunner: is there a word for it?
[14:23] <owl> x40: nice
[14:24] <th> netrunner: "webspaceless-domain"?
[14:24] <owl> "webvisitenkarte"? (or somethin"
[14:24] <th> no
[14:25] <th> that would require webspace
[14:25] <blindcoder> netrunner: domaingrabber
[14:25] <th> blindcoder: yea
[14:25] <netrunner> th: no, like my domains that live at your servers. you're not hosting them ...
[14:25] <th> i'm only doing the DNS
[14:25] <th> could call it DNS-hosting
[14:25] <netrunner> hm ok.
[14:26] <th> and dyndns stuff
[14:26] <th> yea i think "dns hosting" is quite correct
[14:26] <owl> dns-domain ;) as said...
[14:29] <th> every domain is a "DNS" domain
[14:30] <daja77> except for death's domain
[14:30] <owl> yeah. but only dns-domain. withouth anything else ... 
[14:30] Action: daja77 hides
[14:30] <owl> huch?
[14:30] <th> dns-domain is "domain name system domain" which is a nonsense name
[14:30] <daja77> like ip protocol
[14:31] <owl> hmm. k. 
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[14:38] <netrunner> daja77: have you read my email?
[14:39] <daja77> no I am still @ my grandma's place
[14:40] <blindcoder> I smell a lame excuse
[14:40] <blindcoder> netrunner: btw, you shouldn't use -newdelete until the next round of patches
[14:45] <blindcoder> hmm
[14:45] <blindcoder> bzip2 is slooooooooooooow
[14:45] <blindcoder> running for two hours now
[14:45] <blindcoder> gzip needed 45 minutes
[14:47] <netrunner> hm, asterisk got forked.
[14:47] <blindcoder> ew
[14:47] <blindcoder> why?
[14:47] <daja77> netrunner: there is no mail from youz
[14:51] <netrunner> daja77: it left me at least.
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[15:04] <netrunner> hm. openoffice.org says 2.0 is finished, but they have no binary builds yet.
[15:07] <netrunner> http://www.int.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=1&click_id=29&art_id=qw1129471561671B265
[15:07] <netrunner> I hope that figure is per year :)
[15:08] <blindcoder> no
[15:08] <blindcoder> per life
[15:14] <netrunner> well, statistiks always are only average :)
[15:15] <blindcoder> true
[15:17] <blindcoder> hmm
[15:17] <blindcoder> 25 minutes and 1.7 GB with gzip
[15:18] <blindcoder> 125 minutes and 1.3 GB with bzip2
[15:18] <blindcoder> is it worth it?
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[16:32] <treo> hi
[16:32] <stf^rocklinux> hi treo
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[17:21] <netrunner> ah, OO 2.0
[17:23] <daja77> netrunner: some some strange reason I don't have that mail, could you resend it?
[17:27] <netrunner> daja77: out.
[17:27] <daja77> thx
[17:27] <daja77> for soem even
[17:29] <daja77> interesting, perhaps we we should discuss about a warning to people who create distributions and selling them
[17:30] <daja77> have to go now, the opera house is waiting :)
[17:36] <netrunner> daja77: I have put it into the description, as you can see in the patch in sm
[17:36] <netrunner> daja77: another option would be to make it an option, displaying the warning in scripts/Config.
[17:36] <netrunner> daja77: but I was lazy and took the faster approach.
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[18:50] <th> 14:31:51 < th> dns-domain is "domain name system domain" which is a nonsense name
[18:50] <th> 14:32:26 < daja77> like ip protocol
[18:50] <th> more like internet IP
[20:08] <th> hmmm
[20:08] <th> vmware player
[20:08] <th> that rocks
[20:08] <th> it's free
[20:09] <th> (at least as in free beer)
[20:09] <mnemoc> url?
[20:09] <th> http://www.vmware.com/download/player/
[20:10] <mnemoc> thx
[20:13] <th> there some vm's around already
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[20:57] <blindcoder> re
[20:58] <owl> wb blindcoder 
[20:58] <blindcoder> thx
[20:58] <blindcoder> daja77: why a warning?
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[22:35] <esden> bopp
[22:35] <blindcoder> hi esden 
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[22:37] <fake> re
[22:38] <blindcoder> moin fake 
[22:41] <esden> hi fake 
[22:48] <blindcoder> Error logs from p3-TRUNK-x86-pentium3-32-crystal:
[22:48] <blindcoder> 316 builds total, 316 completed fine, 0 with errors.
[22:48] <blindcoder> YAY
[22:48] <blindcoder> the first build is fininshed
[22:48] <blindcoder> four to go
[22:51] <esden> blindcoder: sleep well
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