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[06:39] <blindcoder> moin
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[09:25] <eugenebiz> Hi all
[09:25] <blindcoder> hi eugenebiz 
[09:26] <eugenebiz> I wonder if someone scripts/Config script got stuck on some machines?
[09:27] <blindcoder> 'got stuck'?
[09:29] <eugenebiz> yeap, it prints "Creating Configuration script" and nothing after that for hours, adding debug to script it self shows that it got stuck on first call to awk...
[09:30] <blindcoder> what's your awk version?
[09:31] <eugenebiz> Very strange, on some machines with same awk version it's working. gawk 3.1.5-df (ubuntu7)
[09:32] <eugenebiz> with gawk 3.1.5-1 (ubuntu6) same story
[09:32] <blindcoder> IIRC that awk script is created using a here-document or similiar
[09:32] <blindcoder> as such it creates a tmp file and has awk read from there
[09:33] <blindcoder> maybe there's a problem with your filesystem space in /tmp?
[09:35] <eugenebiz> I checked it has ~4GB free, and i am running as root. Maybe script tries other folder as tmp?
[09:38] <eugenebiz> Is any "verbose" flag i can add to awk to see where exactly it got stuck?
[09:40] <eugenebiz> btw: Config script successfuly creates temporary file
[09:41] <eugenebiz> the problem is in awk, Maybe it requires other flavor of AWK? Can anyone confirm any working version?
[09:43] <blindcoder> blindcoder@pallas:~$ gawk --version
[09:43] <blindcoder> GNU Awk 3.1.5
[09:43] <blindcoder> and works fine every time
[09:45] <eugenebiz> strange, any additional ideas? I am "stuck" my self now :-)
[09:50] <blindcoder> hmm
[09:51] <blindcoder> did you change any settings? which ones?
[10:04] <eugenebiz> Nope, this my first experience with rocklinux.
[10:04] <eugenebiz> What is your bash version?
[10:15] <blindcoder> bblindcoder@pallas:~$ bash --version
[10:15] <blindcoder> GNU bash, version 2.05b.0(1)-release (i386-unknown-linux-gnu)
[10:19] <eugenebiz> I have 3.2.13(1) here. I will try to use 2.05...
[10:21] <blindcoder> that'd be great
[10:21] <blindcoder> if that problem stems from behaviour in bash3 we really need to track it down
[10:41] <th> stracing would help perhaps
[11:09] <eugenebiz> I just found that on one of the machines with bash3 it work fine. The problem seems to be in AWK parsing. It stops at "### BEGIN of misc/config/config-200-crosstools.in". The last line in temporary file is comment ' ' with linefeed.
[11:09] <th> stracing would help perhaps
[11:16] <eugenebiz> last line in sctrace output declares "waitpid(, " have no idea what that means...
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[11:34] <stf^rocklinux> hi all
[11:34] <stf^rocklinux> regarding the scripts/Config problem: I've been using bash 3.2 as the default bash for months without problems
[11:35] <stf^rocklinux> and I've never seen scripts/Config get stuck 
[11:49] <eugenebiz> Are you all building from rocklinux?
[11:51] <stf^rocklinux> eugenebiz: yes, I think so
[11:53] <eugenebiz> And what about uname -m? Is it i386? Becouse i have i686 here. As far i can see script do not aware of that arch...
[11:53] <eugenebiz> And the only machine is working uses i386 kernel :-), That must the problem
[11:54] <stf^rocklinux> eugenebiz: uname -m is i686 here
[11:54] <eugenebiz> Very strange...
[11:58] <stf^rocklinux> eugenebiz: which distro are you using?
[12:01] <stf^rocklinux> maybe I can reproduce the problem and find a solution
[13:04] <eugenebiz> stf^rocklinux: I am using Kubuntu 7.04 and Kubuntu 6.10.
[13:29] <eugenebiz> I wonder if someone tried to build from inside scratchbox?
[14:03] Action: blindcoder weeps of joy
[14:03] <blindcoder> my prayers have been heard!
[14:03] <blindcoder> this feels like it's christmas already \o/
[14:04] Action: blindcoder hums the tune of 'jingle bells'
[14:04] <daja77> O_o
[14:04] <daja77> it got > 30 degree outside and you are talking of xmas
[14:04] <blindcoder> Message-ID: <20070702115814.GA11856@thzn.de>
[14:04] <th> hmm?
[14:05] <th> hehehe
[14:05] <blindcoder> daja77: just something I've been campaigning for since 2 CLT's past, give or take a few months
[14:06] <daja77> :)
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[16:51] <th> how to cut first to characters from a posix variable?
[16:51] <th> (shell)
[16:51] <th> first to characters is always "./"
[16:52] <th> so how to cut a constant prefix?
[16:53] <daja77> cut -c 2-?
[16:54] <th> i think it should be possible with posix compatible variable expansion
[16:55] <daja77> ask blindy ^^
[16:56] <th> hey blindy, can you give me some ${foo#./} magic?
[16:57] <th> oh
[16:57] <th> that was a good guess
[16:57] <th> it just works
[16:57] <daja77> hehe
[16:57] <th> blindcoder: never mind
[16:57] <th> i'm afraid of myself now.
[16:58] <daja77> hrhrhr
[16:59] <daja77> the yelling at blindy therapy ;)
[16:59] <th> haha
[16:59] <th> yea
[16:59] <th> btw - anyone here knows how to reach fefe?
[17:00] <daja77> dietlibc@fefe.de?
[17:00] <daja77> or some other prefix regarding your topcic i guess
[17:00] <th> yea - tried that already of course
[17:01] <daja77> hm
[17:03] <th> i could try to get him on xing - but this is ugly
[17:05] <daja77> xing, yet another of my dead accounts :)
[17:06] <th> you're at xing?
[17:06] <daja77> yep
[17:06] <th> true
[17:06] <th> found ya
[17:06] <daja77> :)
[17:06] <th> oh we're already linked there
[17:06] <daja77> *gg*
[17:22] <th> ok - i will move core packages out of the public area now.
[17:25] <th> i never heard of public/fribidi before  -  but it's core
[17:25] <daja77> that's good news
[17:26] <th> imagemagick and graphicsmagick are both core?
[17:26] <th> i thought they replace each other
[17:27] <daja77> never heard of graphicsmagick, dunno
[17:27] <th> it's a fork of imagemagick
[17:28] <daja77> ic
[17:32] <th> daja77: say goodbye to libassuan, openexr, libksba, pth
[17:33] <th> now let's see what breaks next
[17:34] <daja77> hm?
[17:34] <th> i moved all these packages.
[17:34] <daja77> ah ok
[17:35] <daja77> well reduces my repo list ;)
[17:37] <blindcoder> stop yelling your answers phrased as questions at me :-)
[17:37] <th> hehe
[17:38] <daja77> .oO (should i move some of my packages to th's repo?)
[17:38] Action: daja77 hides
[17:38] <th> uh?
[17:38] <daja77> just kidding
[17:45] <th> i thought we could move public/* to your rep...
[18:23] <netrunner> while cleaning up you could remove my repo
[18:24] <daja77> no need if you ask me
[18:25] <daja77> i'll update packages in ex repos as well as any other package
[18:25] <netrunner> so many rotting repos? :)
[18:26] <daja77> btw what is your reason for your absence ;)
[18:26] <netrunner> work. lot of work. I count spare time in minutes
[18:27] <daja77> what are you working on?
[18:27] <th> netrunner: that would remove some nice packages...
[18:27] <netrunner> th: I meant move packages out to some public repo :)
[18:28] <th> i see no reason for that
[18:28] <netrunner> however. I just want to tell you that I won't have time to maintain them
[18:28] <th> the reason for the last moves was to move all CORE packages out of personal/public repos
[18:28] <daja77> ack, i even type alessandro all the time updating php :p
[18:28] <netrunner> I thought I would have when I finish university, but it became worse 
[18:28] <th> daja77: not any more
[18:28] <daja77> ah ok yeah it got core
[18:29] Action: daja77 quite happy with new thunderbird
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[18:52] <th> did they finally fix the "never-ending-progress-bar when fcc is non-existing imap dir"-bug?
[18:52] <th> daja77
[18:52] <daja77> no idea
[18:52] <th> that's in there for ages
[19:07] <th> i'm happy with mutt
[19:10] <daja77> well i use tb for talking to a notes server
[19:18] <th> this counts as "personal fetish"
[19:18] <daja77> hrhr
[19:18] <th> and it is NOT funny
[19:19] <daja77> maybe if i would be turned on by this
[19:23] <blindcoder> doesn't notes support IMAP?
[19:23] <th> yea - but you miss all the best features if you only use imap ;)
[19:23] <blindcoder> like?
[19:23] <blindcoder> reading mails?
[19:24] <blindcoder> (note that after 8 years in a megacorp (siemens) I still don't grok the whole 'groupware' concept)
[19:24] <th> i'm not the notes user here
[19:25] <th> i use rt and svn as groupware
[19:25] <blindcoder> I use 'get up from my seat and walk two doors down the hall' :)
[19:25] <daja77> you freak
[19:26] <th> yea - that's scary
[19:26] <blindcoder> it is?
[19:26] <blindcoder> just because I burn two calories?
[19:28] <th> no because that's just amish
[19:28] <blindcoder> aaah
[19:28] <blindcoder> not web 2.0.1-y
[19:29] <th> hmmm?
[19:30] <blindcoder> walking down the hall
[19:30] <blindcoder> not web two oh oney
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