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--- Log opened Sun Jun 17 00:00:19 2007
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09:14 < misl> hi folks
09:51 < rxr> re
09:51 [Users #t2]
09:51 [@ChanServ] [ CIA-9] [ LMJ ] [ Ragnarin] [ sparc-kly]
09:51 [ bfg ] [ emte ] [ misl] [ rxr ] [ TobiX ]
09:51 [ cbrake ] [ kic- ] [ mtr ] [ sepp_ ] [ valentin ]
09:51 -!- Irssi: #t2: Total of 15 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 14 normal]
09:56 < CIA-9> rene * r24586 /trunk/package/x11/fox/fox.desc: * updated fox (1.6.25 -> 1.6.28)
09:57 < CIA-9> rene * r24587 /trunk/package/multimedia/xvidcap/xvidcap.desc:
09:57 < CIA-9> * updated xvidcap (1.1.4 -> 1.1.6)
09:57 < CIA-9> * changed xvidcap build priority (140.400 -> 150.300)
10:50 < CIA-9> rene * r24588 /trunk/package/ (30 files in 17 dirs): * fixed 16 packages to cross compile and marked them CROSS
10:54 < CIA-9> rene * r24589 /trunk/package/xorg/xdm/xdm.conf: * fixed xdm to cross-build, likewise
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11:15 [@ChanServ] [ CIA-9] [ LMJ ] [ Ragnarin ] [ TobiX ]
11:15 [ bfg ] [ emte ] [ misl] [ rxr ] [ valentin]
11:15 [ cbrake ] [ kic- ] [ mtr ] [ sparc-kly]
11:15 -!- Irssi: #t2: Total of 14 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 13 normal]
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11:21 < sepp> moin :)
11:23 < rxr> moin moin sepp
11:24 < sepp> hi rxr
11:37 < CIA-9> rene * r24591 /trunk/package/ (3 files in 3 dirs): * fixed lsof, libxt and ctags to cross build
11:41 < CIA-9> rene * r24592 /trunk/package/ (58 files in 58 dirs): * marked over 50 more packages that have been found to cross build
11:47 < CIA-9> rene * r24593 /trunk/scripts/config.in:
11:47 < CIA-9> * fixed the CROSS build stage selection to mark packages disabled,
11:47 < CIA-9> which are not selected in any stage. This fixes a bunch of packages
11:47 < CIA-9> that conditionally enable featured based on the selection state of
11:47 < CIA-9> other packages.
11:48 < CIA-9> rene * r24594 /trunk/package/ (9 files in 9 dirs): * found 9 other packages that cross compile already
11:48 < rxr> mtr: really amazing what kind of stuff that already cross compiles just fine
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12:44 < DeeKey> Hello ALL :)
12:45 < rxr> hi DeeKey
12:49 < CIA-9> rene * r24595 /trunk/package/ (7 files in 3 dirs): * fixed 7zip, libmpeg, and terminus-font to cross build, likewise
12:53 < CIA-9> rene * r24596 /trunk/package/ (3 files in 3 dirs): * marked loop-aes, pcsc-lite, and exiv2 to cross compile, likewise
13:05 < CIA-9> rene * r24597 /trunk/package/ (8 files in 4 dirs): * fixed workbone, mpgtx, pciutils, and cthumb to cross build
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14:56 < CIA-9> rene * r24599 /trunk/package/develop/libpeak/libpeak.desc: * marked libpeak powerpc, x86, m68k, sparc, ia64 only
15:02 < CIA-9> rene * r24600 /trunk/package/filesystem/dvd+rwtools/dvd+rwtools.conf: * fixed new DESTDIR work-around in dvd+rwtools to contain a seperating slash (/)
15:18 < CIA-9> rene * r24601 /trunk/package/ (21 files in 10 dirs):
15:18 < CIA-9> * fixed fixed the 11 packages: wavemon, dhcp, daemon, taper, metakit,
15:18 < CIA-9> hfsutils, genromfs, jfsutils, urlview, chkrootkit, and xv, to
15:18 < CIA-9> cross build, likewise
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15:30 < rxr> ok - /me going home then
15:30 < rxr> cu all
15:31 < CIA-9> rene * r24602 /trunk/package/x11/openbox/openbox.desc: * updated openbox (3.4.1 -> 3.4.2)
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17:22 < tri> moin
17:22 < sepp> moin tri
17:25 < tri> i build a new target and did "build-targert" there were same packages which weren't build
17:25 < tri> no i downdate nasm and they build fine
17:26 < tri> but if i do a build-target the script isn't building these packages again
17:27 < sepp> there is an option in Config
17:27 < sepp> retry building broken packages
17:27 < tri> ah right, thx
17:28 < tri> if there are new version from packages found be the "t2 update tracker"
17:28 < tri> i can post the diffs to the mailinglist - if these new version build here ?
17:30 < sepp> yes
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20:42 < tri> re
20:45 < sepp> huhu tri :)
20:45 < tri> how to solve this lua bash error: scripts/config-functions.lua:37: bad argument #1 to 'match' (string expected, got nil)
20:45 < tri> or can i ignore this message ?
20:47 < sepp> while running Config?
20:47 < tri> yes
20:51 < sepp> have you added some new .desc file or changed any existing one?
20:51 < tri> hm yes but only for my target
20:51 < tri> even if i do ./config -cfg default it get this error
20:52 < tri> can svn print me any diff ? (i'm not 100% sure if i didn't change any .desc file)
20:53 < sepp> `svn st` will list changes, `svn diff` will show a fat diff
20:59 < sepp> maybe some [C] tag is empty?
21:00 < sepp> just, removed th [C] line from a random .desc, gives the same error
21:00 < sepp> maybe you should add one :)
21:01 < sepp> but i dont know lua, maybe it is not even harmfull
21:04 < sepp> grep ^"\[C\]" -L package/*/*/*.desc ...
21:05 < sepp> ^- should give you the .desc without [C] ...
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21:54 < yghor> hey
21:55 < sepp> hey yghor
21:55 < yghor> i'm getting a "bad interpreter: Permission denied" on the Config script for 7.0-rc..... anyone knows why?
21:56 < yghor> hey sepp
21:58 < sepp> scripts/Config not 755 ?
22:00 < yghor> even after chmod still permission denied
22:00 < yghor> im sudoing btw
22:01 < yghor> im calling it from ./scripts/Config, as documented
22:01 < sepp> try as root
22:01 < yghor> sudo ./scripts/Config
22:01 < yghor> you mean loggin as root to the system?
22:01 < yghor> not sudoing?
22:01 < sepp> yes, or `su -l`
22:06 < yghor> i'm unable to log as root... i'm in a xubuntu box, and apparently, i don't know how, xubuntu doesn't have a root user(!!!)
22:06 < sepp> `sudo bash -l ` ?
22:07 < yghor> sepp: that worked wonders
22:07 < yghor> thanks
22:07 < yghor> but i'm still getting permission denied lol
22:07 < sepp> as root?
22:08 < yghor> yes
22:08 < yghor> i'm amazed
22:08 < sepp> weird
22:08 < yghor> bash: ./scripts/Config: /bin/bash: bad interpreter: Permission denied
22:08 < yghor> no shit, i never saw root not having permission
22:10 < yghor> my partition might be mounted noexec
22:10 < yghor> ill check that out
22:12 < sepp> sh ./scripts/Config ?
22:14 < sepp> noxecec or nodev wont work
22:15 < yghor> it worked at first, but then on the second Config call permission denied again... partition is noexec i just checked
22:15 < yghor> im moving the scripts to another
22:15 < yghor> ill see if it solves the problem
22:16 < sepp> it does not work with noexec or nodev ...
22:17 < yghor> worked now
22:17 < yghor> sepp: sorry, i didn't checked it beforehand
22:17 < sepp> np
22:19 < sepp> i guess that should be in some faq ...
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22:28 < yghor> i don't think it'll be a common problem though
22:29 < sepp> nodev came up several times before
22:32 < yghor> the FAQ isn't exactly aimed at installation, more general questions right
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22:36 < sepp> well, now it is in the irc log :)
22:45 < yghor> argh, too much of a hassle making ubuntu work with the build process, i'll download the t2 live cd and build from there
22:47 < sepp> you better get 1 of the http://osiris.tfh-berlin.de/mirror/t2/stable/6.0.1/
22:48 < sepp> the livecds have not everything to build t2 ...
22:52 < yghor> so i should install 6.0.1 then download the build scripts for 7.0-rc and the build it
22:53 < sepp> if your host system is way too broken to build most c crap without patches - yes
22:56 < sepp> if you can compile things on your host - it should work fine, but for some reason more and more linux (not t2 systems) are broken in one way or another
22:58 < yghor> yeah well, its going to be either t2 or lfs, and i don't think i'm ready for lfs yet
22:59 < sepp> i played with lfs 7 years ago :)
23:00 < yghor> so, is it too much of a hassle?
23:01 < sepp> yes, but they have good docs
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23:01 < yghor> i always end up in the same situation, no matter which distro i use: i install the same packages / ports / whatever. and have to configure them all every time to what i use. and i don't use even half of what's included. The closest i got to happiness was installing NetBSD, and compiling x11 and only the apps i used
23:01 < yghor> ill try maybe then
23:03 < sepp> you can do the same with t2, actually that is why i use it ...
23:04 < sepp> i just hate 42 installed editors
23:09 < yghor> yeah
23:10 < yghor> i dont mind having ed around
23:10 < yghor> but nano is just too much
23:11 < yghor> anyway... is there a chance t2 uses the opensolaris kernel?
23:12 < sepp> patches are very welcome - but noone is working on that
23:14 < sepp> right now ...
23:29 < DeeKey> Hi again :)
23:30 < DeeKey> I am creating my own distro and using modified linux kernel (RTAI patch)
23:31 < DeeKey> I created a /package/linux26 dir and thought, that it will override the default package location
23:31 < DeeKey> But during the build, I still have the wrong Linux kernel...
23:32 < DeeKey> Any thought why?
23:34 < DeeKey> Why the default way is used instead of my package? :
23:34 < DeeKey> -> Reading package config: target/rtai-box/package/linux26/linux26.conf
--- Log closed Mon Jun 18 00:00:20 2007