dindinxMY: SpeedEvil so you'd advise using the LDO?
sla3kdp: Hi guys, I had an issue earlier. I bought a new router and my computer could not get on the internet. Someone in this chat gave me a command that fixes it. The problem is that I have to use the command everytime I log in. Is there a way for the command to be used on boot up automatically?
sla3kdp: i could use a pointer here.. I need to copy all files from a .txt file from a backup folder to the folder named in the .txt
Sm4kP: autopsy: didn't you know...'these holes aint loyal'
benklettXC: Voziv: what happens if you run sudo adduser vosic docker ?
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Starviruszl: but it still results in overexposure of exceedingly narrow, often not-quite-correct entries getting more weight
Starviruszl: tr4656_: did you say your keyboard was using mx black switches?
Starviruszl: they're like $40-50 each to buy from china
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shlevyEv: data should only be accessable by participants
shlevyEv: <msmith> i'd be tempted to explicitly mark states that support pchanges so that the caller can use `changes` if the state hasn't been marked as supporting `pchanges`. that way a gradual transition can take place and backwards compatibility could be maintained
immaeKI: you did reflash the arduinoisp to be without the 8mhz mods, right?
contracodeOm: Yeah largely, bet you thus still need insurance a lot. It used to be financed a lot more by the state as well in NL, the so called "ziekenfonds" - but they decided it would save money and be cheaper to let commercial companies run it
contracodeOm: jchia: well what kind of vector are you using?
tuxickDI: bieb, I'm hoping to, but it's going to take me a while to calm down from my petulance so, you know, it's all a bit in the balance
poemveTX: darkmeson: Yeah there are errors in dmesg. It's using the non-free driver already. Seems that the driver for Linux is kinda dogshit :) Luckily I don't need it, but was interested to see how it performed. Got my answer - hehe!
kolinssW: Soliton, jetchisel greycat Thanks for your help , finally made a script, checked for errors, not just neet to check if it works. https://paste.pound-python.org/show/xMU0MciXQ2U8Ud7hrfIQ/ meanwhile if you find any errors and if you now an efficient way to write the script, It would be very helpful for me to learn, thanks a lot again. :)
kolinssW: i have LD_LIBRARY_PATH and LIBRARY_PATH correctly, set to pick up the libraries that are installed by the gcc, gcc-libs, and g++ packages:
kolinssW: i believe puppet uses it. we have another application here that uses it as well. we make it run on a non-standard port.
scymtymHc: burzos: aside from the obvious that one is portable and the other isn't?
scymtymHc: [@girlziplocked] Overheard this today between a teenager and her dad: “Why did you delete your Twitter account?” “I dunno. I just did.” “Were you being bullied?” “No. I just...all the people on there say the exact same stuff as everyone else on there and like I get it, we’re all gonna die.” (http://twtr.io/1hBowGynJ2h)
colonaRO: autopsy: ty, i will try that then. I cant do much now because its not acting up. what does the ? mean in place of tty?
colonaRO: newbieG: c11std, 184.108.40.206p1 "The (nonexistent) value of a void expression (an expression that has type void) shall not be used in any way, and implicit or explicit conversions (except to void) shall not be applied to such an expression."
Mocky: mircea_popescu, I have a fix that adds more careful 64bit handling in the spot that looks like it needs it but I can't test it because I lost my bps in a freak teleport incident. and even if I had some, prolly couldn't recreate your scenario, but could at least make sure my changes didn't add obvious new problems. What should I do?
Tux[Qyou]: phogg: Almost every other network I have used does it.
Tux[Qyou]: I used to do it on hexchat it works there
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diana_coman: Mocky, the crafting bot (build 35) attempts to store results in storage only? (i.e. not in ingredients table ?)
diana_coman: it worked fine until it got overweight because it couldn't store stuff; not sure how it ended up with a pile of flotsam and one of shiny rock in crafting table as well as in the ingredients/storage table but that wasn't the problem
mircea_popescu: whenever it mini-locks, it also targets storage table. so i move the mini in there. next click, it moves all the mats it had been piling in craft table bck to inv, so i move them to storage table also. next click, back to cvrafting
mircea_popescu: i'd say ~2k of those 7 were thus wasted piling up mats while ow, but what cab you do.
diana_coman: ftr the tables have been the same throughout so it's nothing to do with table ids since those haven't changed
Mocky: most likely culprit in my mind is the way I use the existing GEM based worldHandler method to locate nearby objects. I would have preferred to catch them incoming from the server as with explore bot, but I didn't feel craft bot has the luxury to sit around waiting for the messages that may not come since it's not doing anything to trigger them
diana_coman: well yes, if it doesn't ask specifically, it won't get the messages, no
diana_coman: it seems weird though because I did re-target the empty table before and it still did not take (thinking something along the above lines that perhaps it just did not find the table)
diana_coman: also, it HAD worked before that in the same setup perfectly fine (until overweight)
diana_coman: so I reset it, moved the stuff and then tried starting again but it got stuck that way
diana_coman: Mocky, does the crafting bot simply get the first two containers guarded by the char?
diana_coman: I keep getting that weird "an empty crafting container not found" but I can't quite figure out the exact cause/reliable replicate
Mocky: it looks through all the ground objects nearby, supposedly closest first, and checks first if it is an empty container matching bp, if so saves id, if not checks to see if craft-table for ingredients, if so saves
litwaDX: Meanwhile my own personal annoyance in this domain is that tools like find and grep and test should use a real zeroth-order logic syntax instead of the awful abomination they have each cooked up.