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--- Log opened Thu Oct 05 00:00:32 2006
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06:53 -!- Topic for #t2: T2 | 6.0 Branched! - trunk going for 7.0 | The System Development Environment (SDE) | http://www.t2-project.org/
| Say hello and do not hesitate to ask us any questions that you may have. | http://www.rafb.net/paste/
06:53 -!- Topic set by rxr  [Fri Jul 28 13:28:35 2006]
06:53 [Users #t2]
06:53 [@ChanServ] [ CIA-20] [ LMJ] [ rxr ] [ Stelz[away]] [ th]
06:53 [ _Ragnar_] [ Degi ] [ mtr] [ sepp] [ Tauras ]
06:53 -!- Irssi: #t2: Total of 11 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 10 normal]
06:53 -!- Channel #t2 created Sun Aug 8 21:15:33 2004
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09:31 < Degi> Guys i have the first test Iso running now ....
09:31 < Degi> the new Gadget in the field is how do i enable my custom patches and scripts in the build ?
09:31 < Degi> for instance i need to enable the installation of squid
09:32 < Degi> and a specific version with specific build options ,
09:32 < Degi> i know everything is possible
09:32 < Degi> but the question arises how do we do this ?
09:52 < rxr> re
09:53 < rxr> Degi: I would start doing your own target now
09:53 < rxr> e.g. copy the desktop target and start modifing it
09:53 < rxr> the package selection is in target/.../pkgsel
09:53 < rxr> and in the desktop target you can see how you can add specific options to packages
09:53 < rxr> what package do you need a specific version of ?
10:07 < rxr> Embedded Linux from a reputable RT vendor is $25,000 per 5 seats per year. We needed only 3 seats. We had to buy 5 nevertheless. The support was bad. We will go for VxWorks or WinCE in our next product.
10:07 < rxr> ^- http://slashdot.org/
10:07 < rxr> go for T2 I would recomment
10:32 < CIA-20> rene * r19943 /trunk/package/network/liferea/liferea.desc: * updated liferea (1.0.16 -> 1.0.23)
10:44 < CIA-20> rene * r19944 /trunk/package/graphic/libpng/ (6 files): * updated libpng (1.2.8 -> 1.2.12)
10:51 < rxr> http://ask.slashdot.org/askslashdot/06/10/04/0452244.shtml
10:59 < CIA-20> rene * r19945 /trunk/package/dictionary/babytrans/ (babytrans.desc compile.patch): * fixed babytrans to actually compile
11:19 < CIA-20> rene * r19946 /trunk/package/religion/sword/ (sword.conf sword.desc):
11:19 < CIA-20> * reverted r19791: downdated sword (1.5.9 -> 1.5.8), 1.5.9 removes
11:19 < CIA-20> a getFullName method from the API effectively breaking bibletime and
11:19 < CIA-20> biblestudy. Added a note to the .desc and cleaned some spacing.
11:24 < CIA-20> rene * r19947 /branches/6.0/package/scientific/graphviz/graphviz.conf: * merged r19881 from trunk: fixed graphviz
11:25 < CIA-20> rene * r19948 /trunk/package/ (develop/fltk/ x11/fltk/): * moved develop/fltk -> x11/ where the other X "minor" X toolkits resist
11:27 < CIA-20> rene * r19949 /trunk/package/x11/fltk1/: * fltk1 creation part I
11:29 < CIA-20> rene * r19950 /trunk/package/x11/fltk1/ (6 files): * fltk1 creation part II
11:29 < CIA-20> rene * r19951 /trunk/package/audio/alsa-tools/alsa-tools.conf: * adapted fltk checking for the new legacy fltk1 package (alsa-tools)
11:37 < CIA-20> rene * r19952 /trunk/package/ (7 files in 7 dirs): * adapted .cache dependencies for the legacy fltk1, likewise
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12:08 < CIA-20> rene * r19953 /trunk/package/x11/fltk/fltk.desc: * updated fltk (1.1.7 -> 2.0.x-r5479)
12:09 < CIA-20> rene * r19954 /trunk/package/x11/fltk1/ (fltk1.conf fltk1.desc):
12:09 < CIA-20> * updated copyright file reference in the now new fltk1 legacy package
12:09 < CIA-20> and cleaned spacing
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12:17 < CIA-20> rene * r19955 /trunk/package/www/dillo/ (dillo.desc fltk2.patch):
12:17 < CIA-20> * fixed dillo to correctly watch out for fltk2 when it really wants it
12:17 < CIA-20> (The addition of fltk (2.x) and this patch fixes dillo (0.8.9) to
12:17 < CIA-20> actually build ...)
12:35 * Stelz[away] is back (gone 07:24:23)
12:35 -!- Stelz[away] is now known as Stelz
12:37 < rxr> moin Stelz
12:38 < Stelz> moin rxr :)
12:41 < rxr> http://ask.slashdot.org/comments.pl?sid=199009&threshold=-1&commentsort=0&mode=thread&cid=16318079
12:42 < rxr> Reuters reports that Nvidia shares climbed more than 8 percent on Wednesday amid speculation the graphics chipmaker could be acquired by Intel. "Investors have been speculating that Nvidia might be acquired since July, when AMD agreed to buy Nvidia rival ATI Technologies Inc. for USD 5.4 billion. Rumors of such a transaction resurfaced on Wednesday, spreading quickly across Wall Street trading desks, according to three options market participants
12:42 < rxr> http://osnews.com/comment.php?news_id=16076
13:07 < rxr> lunch - cu
13:07 [Users #t2]
13:07 [@ChanServ] [ CIA-20] [ LMJ] [ rxr ] [ Stelz ] [ th ]
13:07 [ _Ragnar_] [ Degi ] [ mtr] [ sepp] [ Tauras] [ valentin]
13:07 -!- Irssi: #t2: Total of 12 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 11 normal]
13:44 < rxr> hm - thanks god the new m600i firmware has way reduced bugs it appears ...
13:44 < valentin> is there any trick to read a file backwards in bash ?
13:44 < valentin> tac ;)
13:46 < rxr> yeah
13:46 < rxr> you can even tac in sed ,-)
13:47 < rxr> even minised grocks that sed code :-)
13:47 < rxr> http://www.google.com/codesearch?q=t2+Build-Target&btnG=Search+Code
13:47 < rxr> ^- cool
13:49 < valentin> somehow i fear companies like sco will abuse google codesearch to find random snipplets of code that look like theirs by chance
13:51 < rxr> sco will be bankrupt in some days
13:51 < rxr> after novel get the income of the licenses sco sold to Microsoft and co there will be no money left ,-=
13:51 < rxr> novell even
13:53 < valentin> why does it print unknown license at rocklinux and gpl for t2
13:54 < rxr> no idea ... ,-)
13:56 < rxr> maybe our copyright header is better
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16:02 -!- Irssi: #t2: Total of 11 nicks [1 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 10 normal]
16:31 < rxr> lol - t2 had r 2.4.0 again days before it hit freshmeat.net ,-)))
16:36 < CIA-20> rene * r19956 /trunk/package/base/sysfiles/etc_conf_kernel.txt:
16:36 < CIA-20> * added some more examples for etc/conf/kernel, like unbinding USB
16:36 < CIA-20> devices and switching frequency scaling governors
17:31 < LMJ> moin moin
17:33 < Stelz> moin LMJ
17:33 < Stelz> :)
17:36 < rxr> moin moin LMJ
17:36 < LMJ> how are you guys ?
17:38 < Stelz> just fine.. passed some exam today in the moin ;)
17:39 < rxr> congrtulations Stelz
17:40 < Stelz> thank you :)
17:40 < CIA-20> rene * r19957 /trunk/package/kde/qt/ (qt.conf qt.desc): * reindented qt, a task left over when it was de-custmained and cleaned spacing on the way
17:42 < rxr> Build  at 10/05/2006 from 17:28:21 to 17:32:51 CEST
17:43 < rxr> ^- that long it takes T2 to build qt out of ccache on a dual-core x86 ... ,-)
17:43 < rxr> that rocks ,-)
17:43 < Stelz> haha :)
17:44 < rxr> :-)
17:44 < rxr> ccache is my best friend, somewhere after susan and valentin ,-)
17:49 < Stelz> uhm
17:49 < Stelz> susan == ? :)
17:51 < rxr> ?
17:51 < Stelz> rxr: i mean who is susan? :)
17:51 < Stelz> sepp?
17:55 < rxr> nope susan is susan ,-)
18:09 < Stelz> ah, sorry
18:09 < Stelz> :)
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18:13 < CIA-20> rene * r19958 /trunk/package/themes/neutral/ (. neutral.cache neutral.conf neutral.desc): * added neutral (1.13a) - An neutral but modern X11 Xcursor theme
18:14 < rxr> http://rene.rebe.name/photos/?p=/Office/Current/exactcode-promo.jpg
18:14 < rxr> ^- this is susan ,-)
18:16 < Stelz> ah.. niiiiice
18:16 < Stelz> now i see :)
18:16 < rxr> ,-)
18:29 < CIA-20> rene * r19959 /trunk/package/themes/dotcurve/ (. dotcurve.cache dotcurve.desc style.patch): * added dotcurve (1.0rc1) - A round KDE theme engine
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18:49 < rxr> welcome Degi
18:51 < Degi> am back i had some troubles connecting on the net !
18:51 < Degi> besides my bf came so i had to be with him.... I actually use his laptop to connect !
18:51 < Degi> lol
18:52 < Stelz> uhm
18:52 < Stelz> Degi == female? :)
18:52 < Degi> is there anything wrong with that !?
18:53 < Degi> but i use my bf's system !
18:53 < Stelz> no, just interesting.. :)
18:53 < Degi> i hope he doesn't figure out that i removed his CentOs
18:53 < Degi> lol
18:53 < Stelz> lol
18:54 < Degi> i use his system he started t2 on CentOs and never finished it
18:54 < Degi> i came two days ago and removed his CentOs
18:54 < Degi> lol
18:55 < Degi> but am not staying alot in here !
18:55 < Stelz> :)
18:55 < Degi> have to go back home by tomorrow !
18:56 < Degi> so i'll be missing u guys
18:57 < Degi> nevertheless I believe my bf will continue where i left
18:57 < rxr> ,-) have fun degi
18:57 < Degi> thank you.
18:57 < Degi> He uses Degreane ,,, so i used Degi
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19:03 < misl> hi folks
19:04 < Stelz> rehi misl
19:04 < Stelz> :)
19:04 < misl> hi Stelz
19:05 < rxr> hi misl
19:06 < misl> hi rxr
19:07 < misl> rxr: Are the errorlogs of the build you mentioned in then ML somewhere online? I'd like to have a look at the failing java packages. I am afraid most (but not all) are due to build order.
19:11 < rxr> most failed because ant failed
19:11 < rxr> yes, I'll upload them
19:12 < rxr> just wait a few minutes
19:14 < misl> thanks, i'll be back in about 30 mins :-)
19:15 < rxr> http://people.exactcode.de/~rene/t2-ref-logs/
19:15 < rxr> misl: I'll most probably off the office then
19:26 < CIA-20> rene * r19960 /trunk/target/desktop/pkgsel: * added dotcurve and neutral to the desktop target
19:28 < CIA-20> susan * r19962 /trunk/package/gnome2/rhythmbox/rhythmbox.desc: * updated rhythmbox (0.9.5 -> 0.9.6)
19:28 < CIA-20> rene * r19961 /trunk/target/desktop/ (pkg_kdebase.patch pkg_kdelibs.patch pkg_qt.patch):
19:28 < CIA-20> * imported QT/KDE patching that brings the selection look more on-par
19:28 < CIA-20> with systems like OS X
19:30 < rxr> ^- forgot, imported just into the desktop target ...
19:30 < rxr> not that I would patch our vanilla packages to death ,-)
19:41 < CIA-20> susan * r19963 /trunk/package/gnome2/eog/eog.desc: * updated eog (184.108.40.206 -> 2.16.1)
19:44 < CIA-20> susan * r19964 /trunk/package/gnome2/zenity/zenity.desc: * updated zenity (2.16.0 -> 2.16.1)
19:56 < CIA-20> susan * r19965 /trunk/package/gnome2/sound-juicer/sound-juicer.desc: * updated sound-juicer (2.16.0 -> 2.16.1)
19:59 < misl> rxr: still around?
20:09 < CIA-20> rene * r19966 /trunk/target/desktop/pkg_kdebase.patch: * fixed the new desktop/pkg_kdebase.patch to actually compile with gcc-4.x
20:17 < CIA-20> susan * r19967 /trunk/package/gnome2/libgsf/libgsf.desc: * updated libgsf (1.14.1 -> 1.14.2)
20:17 < CIA-20> susan * r19969 /trunk/package/gnome2/libwnck/libwnck.desc: * updated libwnck (2.16.0 -> 2.16.1)
20:17 < CIA-20> susan * r19968 /trunk/package/gnome2/epiphany/epiphany.desc: * updated epiphany (2.16.0 -> 2.16.1)
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21:54 * Stelz is building T2-6.0.0..
21:54 < Stelz> minimal+xorg target :)
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23:16 < Stelz> hmm
23:16 < Stelz> sireficuL: hi?
23:16 < Stelz> :)
23:16 < sireficuL> hi?
23:16 < Stelz> u r welcome..
23:16 < sireficuL> :)
23:17 < Stelz> uhm
23:17 < Stelz> time to drop to bed :)
23:18 < Stelz> good night all
23:18 * Stelz is away: Sleep is good. Zzzzz
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