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[08:36] <esden> moin
[08:57] <stf^rocklinux> moin esden
[09:05] <netrunner> http://www.warshooter.com/blog/admin/thailand-tsunami-then-and-now-gallery-zoriah
[09:45] <blindcoder> moin
[09:50] <stf^rocklinux> moin blindcoder
[10:07] <th> moin
[10:11] <th> 338 builds total, 338 completed fine, 0 with errors.
[10:14] <th> crystal-r7368.iso on it's way
[10:17] <stf^rocklinux> moin th
[10:17] <stf^rocklinux> bbl
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[10:34] Action: netrunner tries Update-Src ... is that still supposed to work?
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[11:30] <th> ftp://iso.rocklinux.de/official/test-releases/crystal-r7368_cd1.iso
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[11:31] #rocklinux: mode change '-o th' by th!n=th@montana.hbsn.de
[12:36] <fake> th: kdepim
[12:38] <netrunner> sysfsutils is at 2.0.0 already
[12:38] <fake> and the kernel at
[13:07] <fake> th: can you test an nfs mount on your crystal?
[13:10] <blindcoder> kde at 3.5.2
[13:10] <fake> oh, nice
[13:11] <fake> blindcoder: huh, your mkinitrd cleanup still applies, cool
[13:16] <blindcoder> why shouldn't it?
[13:16] <blindcoder> I created it after stfs changes went in
[13:16] <fake> oh, ok
[13:16] <fake> i thought it was before
[13:22] <blindcoder> though I still don't get where that sudden interest in the initrd comes from
[13:23] <fake> blindcoder: initrd is somewhat a requirement, with udev...
[13:23] <fake> rock's initrd has been lacking for a very long time ;)
[13:25] <blindcoder> udev doesn't require an initrd at all
[13:25] <blindcoder> my laptop uses udev and can boot both with and without initrd
[13:30] <daja77_> now guess from whom is this announcement: New Linux kernel 2.6.8 packages fix several vulnerabilities 
[13:32] <blindcoder> hm?
[13:34] <daja77_> don't worry
[14:00] <clifford> /tmp/ccyyccvC.s:1256: Error: can't resolve `.text.unlikely' {.text.unlikely section} - `.LCFI70' {.text section}
[14:00] <clifford> .. anyone seen that already?
[14:01] <fake> clifford: where?
[14:01] <fake> clifford: no
[14:01] <clifford> fake: compiling gcc-4.1.0
[14:02] <fake> clifford: no, never tried ;)
[14:02] <clifford> this is with xgcc (i.e. gcc41 trying to compile itself)
[14:02] <fake> clifford: how is smng coming along?
[14:03] <fake> clifford: did you include the binutils update that recently went into trunk?
[14:03] <clifford> I still need to write the mail notify code. then we can switch to smng. everything else still missing can be added later..
[14:03] <clifford> yes. this is with new binutils.
[14:04] <fake> clifford: kuhl
[14:05] <fake> clifford: and it didn't happen with the older binutils?
[14:06] <clifford> it also happened with the older binutils.
[14:08] <fake> oh, ok
[14:08] <fake> *phew* ;)
[14:08] <clifford> aha. you did the binutils update. i see..  ;-)
[14:11] <fake> no, stf wrote the patch and teha commited it iirc
[14:11] <fake> but i voted pro, so... ;)
[14:12] <clifford> hmm...
[14:12] <clifford> I can assemble it when I call the assembler directly.
[14:12] <fake> that's weird
[14:12] <clifford> .. with the same parameters as xgcc calls it.
[14:13] <fake> we don't wrap xgcc calls, do we?
[14:14] <clifford> hmm.. good question. I don't think that we wrap xgcc calls - but I'm not sure.
[14:14] <clifford> does it make a difference in that case?
[14:14] <fake> not if you're in debug.shj
[14:14] <fake> -j
[14:14] <clifford> sure I'm in debug.sh.
[14:15] <fake> maybe it's magic? ;)
[14:15] <clifford> maybe it's just b0rken?
[14:16] <fake> .oO( maybe both? )
[14:16] <fake> black magic!
[14:20] <clifford> xgcc generate different assembler code with -S and -c! 
[14:25] <blindcoder> o_O
[14:28] <clifford> .. but this error message does not make sense for me.
[14:28] <clifford> it can't resolve the symbol `.text.unlikely' in the .text.unlikely section?
[14:29] <clifford> why does it try to look up such a symbol?
[14:30] <clifford> line 1256 is '.long   .LCFI71-.LCFI70',
[14:30] <blindcoder> recursion?
[14:30] <clifford> both symbols (.LCFI71 and .LCFI70) are from the .text.unlikely section
[14:31] <clifford> (this section is new in gcc4.1 to move unlikely codepath to different pages and so help keeping the codecache hot with the likely stuff.
[14:46] <blindcoder> fake: haven't you done some mips porting for ROCK?
[15:34] <daja77_> clifford: are you sure you sent the gcc warning to the right list?
[15:35] <clifford> I sent it to the gcc and binutils dev lists.
[15:36] <daja77_> and to the spl list ;)
[15:36] <clifford> no. I sent a referer to the spl list.
[15:36] <clifford> bernd reported gcc41 waring with spl. I pointed out that I need to solve the issue of compiling gcc41 before I can look into his report.
[15:38] <daja77_> i don't mind, i just wasn't sure if this was rock related
[15:38] <daja77_> btw nice sdl demo
[15:47] <fake> blindcoder: yes, why?
[15:47] <blindcoder> fake: I'll be getting an indigo2 tomorrow
[15:47] <fake> blindcoder: prepare your soldering iron
[15:47] <fake> blindcoder: no indigo2 graphics card is supported. it'll be console-only
[15:48] <blindcoder> fake: for the serial console, yeah
[15:48] <fake> blindcoder: i haven't looked into the big-endian mips stuff for over a year
[15:48] <fake> blindcoder: only did little endian ( a little, hehe )
[15:48] <blindcoder> *thinks*
[15:49] <blindcoder> kickstart support... automatic installation... ssh... :)
[15:49] <blindcoder> heh\
[15:51] <fake> blindcoder: do you have a full generic install handy?
[15:54] <blindcoder> fake: no
[15:54] <blindcoder> fake: haven't done generic in a long time
[15:54] <blindcoder> it takes over a week to complete
[15:54] <blindcoder> but I could start one
[15:55] <blindcoder> damn
[15:55] <blindcoder> I don't know the mac address of crazyhorse
[15:57] <blindcoder> c
[15:57] <fake> blindcoder: nevermind
[15:57] <netrunner> fake: I have one if you need...
[15:57] <fake> blindcoder: just would need to know where cdda_paranoia.h comes from
[15:58] <fake> netrunner: can you grep for cdda_interface.h
[15:58] <fake> netrunner: or cdda_paranoia.h
[15:58] <fake> in your /var/adm/flists/ ?
[15:58] <netrunner> fake: ok
[15:58] <fake> i guess it's from cdparanoia, but i'd like to be certain...
[15:59] <netrunner> cdparanoia:dev
[15:59] <fake> netrunner: thanks!
[15:59] <netrunner> fake: you're welcome :)
[15:59] <fake> so kaffeine 0.8 now depends on cdparanoia - without a --disable or --without switch...
[15:59] <fake> grmbl.
[16:00] <daja77_> :/
[16:00] <daja77_> kaffeine for ripping?
[16:01] <fake> seems so
[16:01] <fake> i'd say we switch to vlc
[16:01] <fake> vlc kicks ass
[16:02] <fake> kaffeine stinks
[16:03] <daja77_> vlc seemed even harder to cimpile
[16:03] <daja77_> compile*
[16:03] <fake> really?
[16:03] <fake> it needs wxwidgets, that's the only downside i know
[16:04] <fake> kaffeine integrates nicely with kde, thats why we chose it, iirc
[16:05] Action: fake building cdparanoia
[16:05] <daja77_> cdparanoia is quite nice
[16:15] <netrunner> kaffeine sucks bick dick
[16:15] <netrunner> big I mean
[16:16] <fake> wooho
[16:16] <fake> netrunner: they redid quite a lot
[16:16] <fake> netrunner: it's, like, twice as fast now
[16:17] <fake> wrt. file display, playlist display, etc
[16:17] <netrunner> oh, really?
[16:17] <fake> yes
[16:17] <netrunner> I don't even like that it stays in the taskbar when I want to close it. it behaves like that stupid f.ing default player of kde
[16:18] <fake> https://www.rocklinux.net/submaster/smadm.cgi?i=2006032816184022339
[16:19] <fake> netrunner: try it, if you like
[16:19] <fake> but contrary to the fscking default noatun, it can actually play videos ;)
[16:20] <fake> netrunner: ntw, 01-hal-udev.rules, where does that come from?
[16:22] <fake> s/ntw/btw/
[16:22] <fake> i'd say we remove xine-ui, xine-libs, and kaffeine, and use vlc instead
[16:25] <fake> daja77_: is it okay to apply the qemu update & regarding fixes now?
[16:26] <fake> blindcoder : is it okay to apply the update for acerhk(0.5.32) ?
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[16:27] <daja77_> fake: haven't tried the fix ..
[16:27] <fake> daja77_: please vote in sm
[16:27] <fake> daja77_: there's also https://www.rocklinux.net/submaster/smadm.cgi?i=2006031900532903722
[16:28] <daja77_> i don't know ..
[16:29] <daja77_> the test would involve building boost which fails on my host ..
[16:29] <fake> though if find the 'simplification' rather complex
[16:30] <fake> hook_add preconf 3 "cd source"
[16:30] <fake> *shivers*
[16:30] <daja77_> i don't like it, because the way i did it, is the way ibm says it should be done
[16:30] <fake> i agree
[16:31] <daja77_> + i doubt that configure Linux, just adjusts the prefix
[16:31] <fake> *nod,nod* (i already contra-voted)
[16:31] <daja77_> so I should vote contra
[16:31] <fake> yes, please
[16:32] <daja77_> done
[16:33] <daja77_> will try qemu later
[16:33] <fake> cool
[16:34] <daja77_> have to go now
[16:34] <fake> mkay, bye daja77_ 
[16:37] <fake> netrunner: i'm gonna steal you another package...
[16:41] <netrunner> fake: do so 
[16:43] <netrunner> fake: udev/rules.d/01-hal.rule is created by hal/hal.conf
[16:44] <blindcoder> fake: be my guest, didn't try it yet
[16:44] <blindcoder> fake: didn't use the hotkeys in ages, anyway...
[16:50] <netrunner> daja77_: what is your point in voting against the libicu patch?
[16:52] <stf^rocklinux> re
[16:52] <netrunner> daja77_: I don't know what the error was during my build, but iirc it failed in this runConfigureICU thing, which does not more than setting compiler flags we already have in $confopt.
[16:53] <fake> netrunner: because i think you can't have just a RUN= line
[16:53] <fake> RUN+=
[16:53] <fake> blindcoder: the patch is by netrunner
[16:54] <fake> netrunner: i voted against, because i don't like the 'cd in one hook, sed in the other' construct
[16:54] <blindcoder> fake: does that make it bad?
[16:54] <fake> blindcoder: no, you said 'be my guest', so, your guest would be netrunner, not me ;)
[16:55] <blindcoder> then he may only be my guest if he helps me move :)
[16:55] <netrunner> daja77_: it failed in my last generic build ... I can revert the change to reproduce the error if you like.
[16:56] <netrunner> daja77_: and the runConfigureICU thing does not even change the usr/local thing.
[16:57] <fake> ouch
[16:59] <netrunner> fake: it's two unrelated steps that have a total order
[17:00] <fake> netrunner: how about doing it in one function?
[17:00] <fake> at least, it's unseperable
[17:01] <netrunner> it is as you can see. it just needs to be ordered.
[17:04] <netrunner> daja77_: http://andreas.anvame.net/content/download/9-libicu.err
[17:04] <netrunner> daja77_: have you ever tried building it? how comes you did not notice it installs in /usr/local?
[17:05] <netrunner> fake: is moving to base a requirement for being core?
[17:05] <netrunner> fake: not that I would care ... :)
[17:06] <blindcoder> IIRC
[17:06] <blindcoder> no CORE packages outside base
[17:06] <blindcoder> no package in base that is not CORE
[17:06] <blindcoder> so base/ == CORE
[17:07] <netrunner> so what is the core flag for at all?
[17:09] <stf^rocklinux> blindcoder: to be precise, no CORE packages in personal repositories
[17:12] <stf^rocklinux> netrunner: so far we have moved packages from personal repos that got flagged CORE  to base
[17:13] <blindcoder> stf^rocklinux: which is about the same
[17:14] <blindcoder> wel
[17:14] <blindcoder> no
[17:14] <blindcoder> not really
[17:14] <netrunner> stf^rocklinux: I just don't understand what the especially introduced flag is for if all packages in base carry that flag
[17:14] <blindcoder> nevermind me here
[17:14] <blindcoder> netrunner: kde
[17:14] <blindcoder> netrunner: grub, silo, aboot
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[17:14] <blindcoder> stuff like that
[17:14] <stf^rocklinux> netrunne: we have CORE packages in kde, x11, ... 
[17:14] <fake> x11 / public != personal repos
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[17:15] <stf^rocklinux> blindcoder: is lvm obsoleted by lvm2?
[17:16] <fake> Mar 27 21:47:45 localhost udevd[1614]: add_to_rules: invalid rule 'RUN'
[17:16] <fake> Mar 27 21:48:08 localhost last message repeated 14 times
[17:16] <fake> oops...
[17:17] <stf^rocklinux> blindcoder: nevermind, I thought you were the package maintainer...
[17:24] <th> stf^rocklinux: lvm is for 2.4 kernels. lvm2 is command-line compatible and with device-mapper backend. (so for 2.6 kernels)
[17:24] <th> stf^rocklinux: lvm2 can use old lvm volumes.
[17:25] <stf^rocklinux> th: I see. thanks (that also explains why lvm doesn't build in my generic build)
[17:25] <th> stf^rocklinux: and i made the lvm-wrapper package.
[17:25] <th> stf^rocklinux: which looks at your kernel version and uses the correct version
[17:26] <fake> netrunner: svn mv cannot be reproduced by submaster.
[17:26] <stf^rocklinux> netrunner: we could use a package selection instead of the CORE flag. An advantage of the flag is that it is visible in the desc files.
[17:27] <fake> netrunner: btw, which 'history' ? ;-)
[17:27] <netrunner> fake: another fault.
[17:27] <netrunner> fake: date of addition at least.
[17:27] <fake> netrunner: package/avm/libidn stays in the repo history (Attic)
[17:28] <netrunner> stf^rocklinux: I understood former explanations that only base/ contains CORE packages. now it makes more sense to me.
[17:28] <netrunner> fake: but you can find it only if you know about it :)
[17:28] <netrunner> fake: why ignore such a function that was added to the version control tool with something in mind? 
[17:29] <fake> netrunner: i could simply check the (atomic) commit of the revision where the package was created - the only other change in that atomic commit is the removal of the package in your directory...
[17:29] <fake> netrunner: you are aware, that svn mv is a synonym for svn del and svn add?
[17:32] <netrunner> fake: no
[17:32] <fake> svn help mv
[17:32] <fake>  Note:  this subcommand is equivalent to a 'copy' and 'delete'.
[17:32] <netrunner> so, not svn del and svn add but svn copy and svn del
[17:32] <fake> *sigh*
[17:32] <netrunner>  :)
[17:33] <fake> have you used it yet (on the rock tree) ?
[17:33] <netrunner> fake: It would be news to me that I had write access
[17:34] <netrunner> fake: if you put a note there any way to execute svn rm by hand, why don't you simply put a note there to do svn mv by hand?
[17:35] <fake> netrunner: because usually the deletion works, i just screwed it up
[17:35] <fake> netrunner: and you can browse the history of the rock try any time you like
[17:37] <th> did i miss anything in backlog?
[17:41] <fake> th: dbus and hal are CORE-flagged, but still in package/avm
[17:41] <fake> so is kaffeine
[17:43] <th> i missed to move dbus+hal?
[17:43] <th> fake: with your reportings regarding sasl+kdepim... i think the freeze is lifted
[17:44] <th> so just move the packages around
[17:44] <th> but perhaps you should doublcheck the sasl thing with $topic iso.
[17:44] <fake> th: i thought so, that's why already applied a personal packacge from netrunner
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[17:44] <th> if this is not broken there - than we should keep the freeze and try to release
[17:44] <fake> ... *dumdidum*
[17:45] <fake> th: did you apply stf's patch regarding the sasl changes in the iso $topic /
[17:45] <fake> ?
[17:45] <th> no
[17:45] <th> it was too late.
[17:45] <th> well
[17:45] <th> he said i'd NEED the patc
[17:45] <th> h
[17:45] <th> so i said "i got no errors"
[17:45] <fake> ... ;)
[17:45] <th> so he said "so then it's only cleanup"
[17:46] <th> but perhaps it would fix the sasl issue
[17:46] <fake> it should
[17:46] <th> it would be the next patch in my next journal
[17:46] <th> ok
[17:46] <fake> i'm currently building a livecd, it should show
[17:46] <th> so i should perhaps start a new journal
[17:46] <th> and perhaps include kde update
[17:46] <fake> and perhaps include libidn so we get jabber support
[17:48] <th> ok
[17:49] <th> is kde update in sm yet?
[17:50] <fake> nope
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[17:57] <daja77> netrunner: /usr/local is where this lib is expected to be
[17:57] <daja77> netrunner: and yes I builded that package
[17:57] <netrunner> daja77: but having a package in /usr/local is forbidden and makes it fail :)
[17:58] <daja77> not in crystal builds
[18:00] <netrunner> daja77: there is a different version of scripts/Check-PkgFormat for crystal?
[18:00] <netrunner> daja77: even if, it fails in generic
[18:01] <fake> it's not CORE, so just do whatever you want with it, as soon as daja77 votes pro, i will commit it ;)
[18:03] <netrunner> fake: feel free to move hal/dbus to base, I don't sit on packages like a duck :)
[18:03] <th> who's doing the kde update?
[18:03] <th> who has done the last one?
[18:04] <fake> th: i think it was daja, but i can do it, too
[18:04] <th> it's just using that script?
[18:04] <fake> hah, no, i don't think so
[18:05] <th> fake: my machine is idling. i think i will finally install a bbs on it and then start my new journal
[18:05] <th> (HIGHMEM and SMP in kernel should improve performance)
[18:05] <fake> ;)
[18:05] <th> currently it's only a double-chroot in a stage1 of old bootdisk
[18:06] <fake> th: btw, hal didn't create the little kde windows on usb-stick-plugin because /etc/udev/rules.d/01-hald.rules (or something like that) is wrong
[18:06] Action: fake just checking hal + dbus update
[18:06] <th> 2006032714294700531 2006032816463629920 2006032816585430466 2006032817155812277 will be in my next journal. plus kde update
[18:07] <th> fake: ah ok - we know how to fix it yet?
[18:07] <fake> th: checking the update.. maybe they fixed it
[18:08] <netrunner> fake: you need to remove the link to fstab sync iirc
[18:08] Action: netrunner has a small list of issues with the hal/dbus thing that I only use locally ...
[18:11] <fake> the updated hal creates 90-hald.rules, that uses a socket to send the events. much cleaner...
[18:18] <fake> netrunner: so i should remove the --enable-fstab-sync in hal.conf ?
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[18:26] <netrunner> fake: please do so. 
[18:26] <netrunner> fake: there are a few more things. one is that there is a group plugdev, and the user that wants to use the kde feature must be member of that group.
[18:29] <fake> plugdev?
[18:29] <fake> i have no group by that name - can't we allow it generally for users?
[18:30] <fake> (you need to have hardware access to plug stuff into a computer. hardware access = root)
[18:30] <fake> or maybe via the 'disk' group
[18:41] <stf^rocklinux> fake: better use the plugdev group as is. In the general case hardware access != root (think of publicly available PCs)
[18:45] <fake> netrunner: there is no fstab-sync in 0.5.7 anymore, anyways ;)
[18:45] <fake> stf^rocklinux: yeah, i kinda need sleep
[19:06] <netrunner> fake: I think this comes from pmount and is a design issue.
[19:07] <netrunner> fake: having a seperate group for it is good. it prevents problems like exist with windows workplaces and usbsticks
[19:07] <netrunner> (employees stealing data)
[19:07] <fake> yes, i agree
[19:08] <fake> i sm sent the dbus/hal update, can you take a look at it? i'm not sure it's still doing the right thing (no kde popups anymore whenever i re-start hal)
[19:08] <fake> (for my built-in harddrives, though, so that may be a good sign, too ;)
[19:08] <netrunner> you already had them?
[19:09] <netrunner> fake: if you removed the 01-hal.rule, this could be the reason :)
[19:10] <fake> netrunner: no, there's 90-hal.rule now, installed by hal itself, using a socket
[19:10] <fake> i can see the event coming in with --verbose=yes --use-syslog
[19:10] <netrunner> ok.
[19:11] <netrunner> fake: have you started dbus before hal?
[19:12] <fake> sure
[19:12] <fake> though i didn't start kde afterwards - does that matter?
[19:12] <netrunner> fake: I guess the fdi files could still be needed as they just correct mount options.
[19:13] <netrunner> fake: I don't know :) if kde was listening on the old dbus ... don't know if it survivves a restart.
[19:13] <fake> i had none running
[19:14] <fake> i'll re-login
[19:14] <netrunner> ok
[19:18] <netrunner> fake: I have to go now. I am not sure if I will find time to have a look later ... maybe tomorrow.
[19:23] <fake> no :(
[19:23] <fake> no shiny windows anymore *sa*
[19:23] <fake> +d
[19:23] <fake> netrunner : no problem
[19:24] <fake> netrunner: i'll be here ;)
[19:48] <th> our installer SUCKS!
[19:48] <th> and the new grubs sucks a bit.
[19:48] <th> installer's proposal for my grub.cfg was to boot from (hd0,34)/boot/...
[19:48] <th> how great is that?
[19:48] <fake> th: did you do the kde update or are you waiting for me?
[19:49] <th> and our grub is installed in wrong place. it searches for /usr/sbin/grub-mkimage while it is in /usr/bin/
[19:49] <th> fake: i'm waiting for you
[19:49] <fake> th: oh, ok
[19:49] <th> busy with productive stuff today ;-/
[19:49] <th> can only start a new journal
[19:49] <fake> th: i can test it before sm-sending, livecd just reached qt
[19:49] <fake> th: np
[19:50] <th> would be cool
[19:50] <fake> th: ever used a joystick with linux?
[19:50] <th> fake: no
[19:51] <fake> neither did i, just got one
[19:51] <fake> want to play znes a little
[20:29] <fake> ha, got it working
[20:30] <fake> n1c3
[20:30] <fake> now let's see wether i can control my tape drive with it... ;-)
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[20:52] <madtux> yar
[20:55] <blindcoder> oh, a madtux 
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[20:57] <fake> blindcoder: which game can i play with a joystick?
[20:58] <fake> unfortunately, not powermanga
[20:58] <blindcoder> privateer remake
[20:59] <blindcoder> and vegastrike
[20:59] <blindcoder> even with a spacemouse :D
[21:00] <fake> no rock packages?
[21:01] <fake> 144 MB?
[21:01] <fake> okay... not today.
[21:02] <blindcoder> :)
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[21:13] <daja77> re
[21:13] <daja77> what an evening
[21:15] <blindcoder> -v
[21:15] <daja77> i was out for dinner with a girl
[21:18] <madtux> u are a like a sexual machine aren't you?
[21:18] <daja77> wah madtux
[21:18] <daja77> erh hi i mean
[21:18] <madtux> lol
[21:18] <madtux> how is going bro?
[21:18] <daja77> quite well
[21:19] <madtux> i can see that :)
[21:24] <netrunner> hi maddy
[21:25] <madtux> hey netty
[21:27] <netrunner> hm eta for the iso is 12h ... that won't work
[21:29] <daja77> netrunner: the thing with libicu is, that it is a dependency of boost, so the test if your patch works would involve testing a complete boost build ..
[21:30] <fake> gcc41 is building... and building... and building...
[21:30] <blindcoder> daja77: tell us more about the chick
[21:30] <blindcoder> hobbies, height, cup size
[21:31] <daja77> fake: with the bug clifford described?
[21:33] <netrunner> daja77: so say that and I will do.
[21:33] <daja77> netrunner: go ;)
[21:33] <fake> daja77: not up to now
[21:34] <daja77> unfortunately i can't, because i have a binutils problem with boost here
[21:44] <netrunner> lol hald hangs ... on a disconnected nfs share :)
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[21:55] Action: fake succesfully compiled gcc41 on ppc32
[21:56] <fake> clifford: head-tail.patch and install_so.patch need to be removed, what was the intention behind the gcc41/install_so.patch ?
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[22:25] <netrunner> fake: hal/dbus mainly seems to work.
[22:26] <netrunner> fake: you should also move pmount to base as it is used to mount iirc
[22:31] <netrunner> fake: youp, verified.
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