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2018-9-30 | 2018-11-1

masterpe13: Smootimus: EXTREME
masterpe13: blackandblue: I'm not familiar with that exact model but an i5 dual core will be more than capable for software development.
Jay2k110: ah & debians 25th of course https://itsfoss.com/debian-facts/
Jay2k110: time to call it a night, I'll be 'round here in the morning. thanks for the help timemage !
Jay2k110: um1b0zu: I definitely need training
Jay2k110: it's like they want it painfully slow on purpose
Guest18222: I wonder why this does not work ("... var/nix/db/big-lock': Read-only file system") with a r/o mount. http is readonly too and does not need r/w for substituting.
BillGrimm1: how about "standard vim line"
BillGrimm1: But back to your original problem. Don't put ANY consts in your code. It will work.
BillGrimm1: Pihamies: if you had used @ version, it would've resulted in multiple arguments instead of a single argument, which kdialog most likely would've complained about
BillGrimm1: that's a change
BillGrimm1: is there a collective name for powers of two's, for example, 16, 256, 1024 and so on?
zack68497: is maxene waters tarded?
zack68497: Boomerang, I have Just "foo?", not "foo?"
imouto29: look at who owns the IP
imouto29: it's huge...
imouto29: j416: could you elaborate more on "using another index"?
imouto29: it'd be like subtracting apples from oranges... can't
imouto29: arunc: lsb_release -a ?
mUnkey24: yes, the capacitance is a function of area
mUnkey24: so instead of getting help with this issue I am instead getting told to not use "mean words"
mircea_popescu: meanwhile in other lulz,
mircea_popescu: "Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
mircea_popescu: csStringBase::Append (this=0x7fffffffcc60, iStr=...,
mircea_popescu: iCount=18446744073709551615)
mircea_popescu: at /home/mircea/mircea/dev/cs/libs/csutil/csstring.cpp:283
mircea_popescu: 283 return Append(iStr.GetData(), iCount == (size_t)-1 ? iStr.Length() : iCount);
mircea_popescu: "
utzig2: that's what i just described :)
utzig2: Kevin`: [20:25] <the_document> kmc: ye considering the printed surface finish will have grooves for the axial leads to slip right into
utzig2: just what is this digital signal?
Kitlith14: and i find it just like combining Dropbox Paper + Samepage + Slack...
Kitlith14: by 'nvidia', are you referring to the hardware or the driver?
Kitlith14: in the big cities, a small room can be $1000/mo or more.
nictuku21: I'm using Linux Mint 17.2 Rafaela Cinnamon 64-bit
nictuku21: maybe lol
knowpaced26: Let me know what you think of this. I'm hoping it can be useful to someone.
knowpaced26: I can get away with that since I only use linux in a vm for development (cursed to windows host D:)
knowpaced26: Absolutely that. Router takes a look at where you're going on layer 3 and sets you up with the layer 2 to get there.
RandomGuyOnIrc: ClaudiusMaximus: (and regarding the compile flags, doublecheck for -threaded)
RandomGuyOnIrc: find . -iname "*.mp3" -exec id3tool '{}' \; | grep -i '.*Siavash.*' | grep -i -E '(\..+\.mp3)' | sed --regexp-extended 's/Filename:\s(.*)/\1/g' | xargs --delimiter=\n id3tool
Jaquee15: I have been trying to understand how to optimize this query for a while now.
Jaquee15: 2018.3.0 doesn't
Jordan_UyK: w0rp: do you mean to detect them as filetype=c ?
Jordan_UyK: acetoline, glass print bed?
Jordan_UyK: jasabella, ahh forgot the brak statement
Jordan_UyK: I mean... it's cheesy.
Jordan_UyK: <gtmanfred> i don’t know
Jordan_UyK: shut*
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
sla3kdp: how to get colored text ?
darutokoNh: m_ben: For example, to enter the command `:foo bar baz`, I want to be able to do something like `:foo baz<Esc>bibar <CR>`
darutokoNh: I think I never rely on anything in there.
darutokoNh: you don't have to have VLANs
darutokoNh: so we'll get it at the same time as nuclear fusion and self-driving cars
darutokoNh: blankhard: no you cant just keep adding new types of mexican food containers because then how would you control the order of nesting?
TaekqK: you pump your chips with electrons on gate in the channel \x? i'm really losing you here man!
TaekqK: what's a label pointer?
TaekqK: mniip: Okay, I'll look it up
TaekqK: ksft, try again now
TaekqK: tfw a guy in #adolfcoin was better than you guys at chess
dogratjt: Intranet site, 5 users.
dogratjt: pedro3005: A snow sled
dogratjt: will there be are ther rumors arka500?
ThiefMaster`xw: i mean, i guess i got lucky
ThiefMaster`xw: s/adobt/adopt/
thejoecarroll: Maybe but I don't think so
mr_sm1th: its for heating oil?
mr_sm1th: its just so funny
Guest37084sZ: strengthen the welfare of all members of societies by minimizing disparities, avoiding
Guest37084sZ: if the IPS is down stream from the App GW, meaning the traffic isn't encrypted, then the IPS doesn't need to decrypt it
gigetoosL: you need to use use strcmp for that
gigetoosL: now try alpine
gigetoosL: michael2: I guess you're right
gigetoosL: Aleric, something wrong, yes ... but i'd try anyways to upgrade
gigetoosL: % how
Sm4kP: chenpan grub will probably need updating
Sm4kP: autopsy: didn't you know...'these holes aint loyal'
benklettXC: Voziv: what happens if you run sudo adduser vosic docker ?
benklettXC: lowkeycoat1: Welcome to ##c++. This channel is for the discussion of standard C++, including potential and future standardizations. This channel is NOT for discussion of: development platforms (OSes and other tools not directly related to C++), non-standard libraries, programs written in C++, other programming languages, a/s/l, or anything else that isn't C++.
bitesdK: 07:53:49 up 17 days, 9:36, 1 user, load average: 1.05, 0.91, 1.03
bitesdK: theres a physics major getting angry somewhere
IridosRF: Bilbo: proper maintenance would prevent this
IridosRF: oh, it actually worked
IridosRF: they did cut some costs which led to the problem the bolts should have been welded but were not to save money
IridosRF: splud dulpsin it
IridosRF: no, no jaccobian. just differntial forms
fnordzmq: he worked for NASA and was on side of nazi
fnordzmq: If it's not paying off, don't do it
dude-xuC: Penguin, oh noe not Archibald.
dude-xuC: wtf does PhantomData do?
dude-xuC: copy your confs over to another box
dude-xuC: sorry if i miss any reply. disconnet because of network issue.
FiveYellowMiceOF: Aleks_: indeed, you need to remove the mlock, mlocks let you "fix" channel modes (both + and -) so ops can't change them
FiveYellowMiceOF: "#pragma pack" seems to be alignment, but no padding of the struct
FiveYellowMiceOF: stat is none of that
FiveYellowMiceOF: wait... wat
FiveYellowMiceOF: HisShadow: can I also draw more complicated drawings like surfaces of revoluition?
RokerHROkF: Write `Here : Key key (Node key val l r)` etc.
RokerHROkF: if not, we can try this:
meenaix: You're better off just asking your question. If someone can help, they will.
meenaix: what are you doing
meenaix: same output
meenaix: IcePic: I guess I didn't want to run a mirror anyway
meenaix: seems like nautilus doesn't quite like it if you update the desktop background image in use
Tin_manei: eliran, but in OpenSUSE f.e., I can very easily install drivers.
Tin_manei: intrac: ...Banning those by IP isn't going to really help, they don't repeat so you'll quickly fill up any list.
Tin_manei: timemage, yeah, I see. I think it'd be a bit of a pickle to implement because in normal operation data isn't sent at regular intervals
Tin_manei: xrdb*
Tin_manei: Clint: 2014, actually, not quite so bad as that
Tin_manei: It's been throwing me off for a while.
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
Starviruszl: lilmansplace: hi! this is the #reprap-offtopic channel. if you're here it means you weren't identified with NickServ when you tried to join #reprap. There are people here, but your best bet for getting help is by joining #reprap
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?
immaeKI: ikonia is a linux beast
immaeKI: SE users have to go to a 6.1 inch really
immaeKI: how should be the reader cpu
Mr_PanzH: :h cscope
Mr_PanzH: What is it specifically about the access server EULA do you not agree with?
Mr_PanzH: nono it's good I was looking for it
snehringQJ: a projective resolution does not have trivial homology except at dimension 0
snehringQJ: but the technobabble in the first is a class of its own
snehringQJ: the_document: why do u keep asking this question every few days?
lobbesbot: Post from mocky: Foxybot Enhancements Part 17: Build 34 Release <http://mocky.org/Foxybot-Enhancements-Part-17-Build-34-Release/>
Mocky: ^ http://logs.minigame.biz/2018-09-12.log.html#t10:46:13 also danielpbarron you may be interested in this
lobbesbot: Logged on 2018-09-12 10:46:13: <diana_coman> oh and Mocky, please, put in the /bot bundle too at next release!
Antaresib: did you mail kline@freenode.net?
Antaresib: definitely had it run for half an hour without touching it I think :/
cmays: For comfortable use of phones, they need to be sized to the size of tablet which beats the point of phones at the first place
cmays: BCMM: But yeah the 1.6GB is probably toast, fingers crossed it's mostly STEAM and stuff I can get back, partitions would be back, and the rest of the non zeroed stuff, at least partially I hope
cmays: theres a sticky on /g/ if you wanna shitpost
cmays: pragmaticenigma: yeah but there's also a way without PPA (the letsencrypt package) I'm just wondering if anyone has managed auto-renewal with it yet
cmays: Zexaron, on what distro did you install your ftp server? I won't ask again.
cmays: Il y a aussi un FR, mais pas moi
moulGX: i still don't see info about these tokens...
moulGX: another way you can effectly get a finite union is to start with A_1, ..., A_n as your finitely many nonempty sets, and then set A_k = A_1 for all k > n.
moulGX: I have a stack of 10Meg 8-pin dip cmos oscillator
Tulah: but this leads to people selling homeopathic CBD shit
Tulah: tbo: Hwat in tarnation is that?
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?
contracodeOm: be careful with sysclean
contracodeOm: It doesn't benefit them either
contracodeOm: Math is hard too, is it not?
contracodeOm: woot!
all_spn77FV: it is the fourth documented use
all_spn77FV: I invested time too.
all_spn77FV: https://pastebin.com/6ezQzZaG
all_spn77FV: tomreyn, what about this? https://askubuntu.com/questions/551424/how-to-turn-off-nvidia-hybrid-graphics
AnitoxIy: <gtmanfred> saltutil.runner can be used by a minion that lives on the salt-master server
AnitoxIy: I could see this being the last "Mac" event for a while
AnitoxIy: bb
AnitoxIy: it is like making paint default when there is paint.net
crash_QX: I see that the default value is "cyan,magenta,green,brown,lightblue,default,lightcyan,lightmagenta,lightgreen,blue"
crash_QX: markweston: here you go big guy https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-ports-cvs&m=153738517420426&w=2
crash_QX: Naan: windows caches the content
chibillsR: mknod: there a nice external utility you can think of that just buffers until EOF and then prints?
chibillsR: oryois, same way as anyone else. a big dictionary file and some spare time.
chibillsR: or that you really have wrong cert
chibillsR: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^
chibillsR: haha ;D
mixihE: ens 4.067796610169491
mixihE: it's about living the best possible life
mixihE: I want to have the semantic structure of the API reflected in the code somehow
mixihE: where are they located mostly? where can one see something like that with his own eyes?
mixihE: I've got root access to a class server, what's good to put on the MOTD
mixihE: ycarene, your supposed to have a separate build-host when using Gentoo in production, but Devuan might be more to your liking if you don't want to do that
nbags: Nomenclatura: you want to do this for every command in a script?
nbags: artie: !gitolite
nbags: phogg: you can keep saying the US Goverment created the internet, but it still won't be true.
nbags: any idea if pkg_add first fetches a package before trying to solve its dependencies or if it just downloads a portion of package to get its deps from +CONTENTS files inside the tarball?
cootcraigzd: SAO cheap .hack imitation
cootcraigzd: Corpo: yeap, even the today's queen on england
mylesborinspk: You have enabled the ip.forwarding sysctl, right?
mylesborinspk: when i run systemd-analyze blame it showing that my computer booted up in a minuite but actually it took like 15mins
mylesborinspk: even if it's just 1.5 functions
tuxickDI: that is the same as :wq!
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!
poemveTX: 3. think money is god
onslackue: which to be quite frank is a bit beyond me. and i don't feel 100 percent confident saying i authored that line. i got help on it from Graham Watt
onslackue: time machine is dedicated space
onslackue: On Kitty it is more constant at about 85ms
onslackue: :-|
xnbyaBX: Tree opened by buildbot@chromium.org: Tree is open (Automatic: (•_•) )
xnbyaBX: I don't think the microsoft registry supports multiple keys per entry
brianmhk: and with my refurbished switch i cooked the alarm sensor chip, so now im worried i did that with the papst fans
brianmhk: as in, it sees the wifi hotspot
brianmhk: brimonk: what is your conditional?
brianmhk: LucidDreamZzZ: well they all do it, but whether it holds up in court is another thing
brianmhk: theres no conversation just use the search bar thing
marstNK: OK, I need to revise my illustration then
marstNK: I used to use it, but I would get into the habit of using the tools and following directions without really understanding what I'm doing.
Guest39265: they could easily get early access to 9th gen and z390
Guest39265: it won't be caught by anti-flood processes :°
Guest39265: remyo: I have never noticed that. how big are your files?
Guest39265: hello, how can I make formatting consider [a][/a] as html tags, so it doesn't break inside them on 'tw'?
Guest39265: i have some old laptops and i had a crazy idea to use the apire 3690 as a cli only comp
Guest39265: inki: what's it your account ?
Andreas33: phogg: that lies the problem. There is no standard or alternatives that really work.
Andreas33: football player
Andreas33: or rather simplified it
Andreas33: messerting, i was able to recover what a local retail shop was going to charge $250 for w/o a promise of recovery
Andreas33: eeeeeta: Coffee is afflicted with will-not-connectism
Andreas33: ah i was talking one sentence in 2 lines sorry about it
marcinkuzminskil: that does look like a nice way to present that board :)
marcinkuzminskil: its because of that ok
Welcome: elon musk
Welcome: Ah, you're stuck with old versions?
mircea_popescu: diana_coman in other lulz, client regularly crashes now with csStringBase::Append (this=0x7fffffffcc60, iStr=...,
mircea_popescu: iCount=18446744073709551615)
kolinssW: Travis is still on 14.04
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.
kolinssW: Argument for arg.
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elliot007Xj: Plus I think that gaining access to the private key(s) of our cert(s) is arguably worse in the case of a wildcard.
elliot007Xj: im just thankful i never bought any crypto with my own money. it just appeared from nowhere and now its dissappearing into nowhere.
elliot007Xj: Yes it does btw
elliot007Xj: someone mentioned implementing lazy evaluation with variadic templates. but that's *compile-time* lazy evaluation only right?
elliot007Xj: the uranium pollution from it is, all by itself, a good reason not to use it
opvfZ: it's 7am
opvfZ: But first you'll have to drop registration of the [m] nick if you want to group it to Perflyst after
opvfZ: yuken: did you try launching steam itself while setting that var?
opvfZ: returning from a function always resets the stack
Annihiteklu: systemd can do that
Annihiteklu: avoid ftps if at all possible, it's an bad attempt to polish turd
ced117RD: Applicative f => f a -> f b -> f (a, b)
ced117RD: I guess that one has ?=Term.
ced117RD: zwelmi, you can look in /var/log/messages for the same message with a timestamp
ced117RD: 65 milliseconds, right?
ced117RD: I've been successfully imaging Windows with Macrium Reflect for about 5 or 6 years and never had any problems restoring the images
Jb_boinDw: does anyone here have one?
Jb_boinDw: that's the good stuff
Jb_boinDw: c50a326: THat being said, you might want to understand the purpose of the list. Do you know what the Applicative/Monad instance of [] models?
Jb_boinDw: even though i was pretty sure it had been
Jb_boinDw: CrayZed: and then this crazy code right here, REVERSES the bytes at hex string serialization time,
Jb_boinDw: Since if I do the additions to /etc/dnsmasq.conf as stated in the article, doesn't that mean it denies the usage of dnsmasq from other network interfaces other than vnet0 in my machine?
harmw: dx : do you remember which commit it was?
harmw: I've added my own ignore patterns so hardly see any myself now
harmw: What do you mean by “readability”?
harmw: on a side note, discrete is probably my favorite class right now
scymtymHc: I thought you were familiar.
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)
scymtymHc: https://bpaste.net/show/40a1d5183320
hemstockqi: am I missing something ?
hemstockqi: nai, i just put the main wrapper for scalability in case the script becomes bigger and bigger i already havee the main thing
hemstockqi: the smallest kind
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, 6.3.2.2p1 "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."
spludzI: in the hydra root directory?
spludzI: fling: lol.. cool
spludzI: kotepillar_: you don't need to rebase, you merge to keep upto date with master
spludzI: or man screen
spludzI: elenah23: You are here in #fedora-unregistered because you are not registered or identified with freenode. See https://freenode.net/kb/answer/registration or /msg nickserv help register for more information.
jhobbsis: PiP works really well on the mac. like, better than it has any right to. never used it on the ipad though. even less reason to use it on the phone
jhobbsis: BBC - The Trap - What happened to our dreams of freedom?
jhobbsis: thᥱ bеѕt ɑⅿоnɡѕt yοu arе thoѕe wһo leɑrn and tеacһ qurаn
jhobbsis: there's you mind quirk
MavJSkS: B132 a finite group with even order means that that every element to the power this order is e
MavJSkS: Maybe only "plugin" folders should be in /start/foobar
lizzieCE: my pictures are always blurry, that's why I never take them
lizzieCE: I think the easiest way to do it would be to use some type like boost::multiprecision
lizzieCE: but its PID 2 on my system
lizzieCE: Azure Functions stuff
lizzieCE: I don't smoke hash iCookie
UrsulaQA: oh god, i forget this "A scalar multiplication on a set V is a function that assigns an element av in V to each a in F and each v in V."
UrsulaQA: KipperedSnack, boot 'er up mang.
UrsulaQA: infinisil: But there was a bit of truth on your concern about merges with just one commit changing a package version and sha.
UrsulaQA: that would be more like ECH
UrsulaQA: Allɑh is dഠіng
UrsulaQA: its why we have crap construction here all over the place
elcaseytJ: getting used to analyzing problems in a different way is beneficial to your general skill as a programmer
elcaseytJ: This is what these crazies in the schools are doing... hoping they get some to kill them or make it so bad for themselves that they get up the guts to do themselves in finally
elcaseytJ: splud: Yeah, fruit names are good.
elcaseytJ: the second result should be removed because its a subset of the first one
elcaseytJ: oh interesting, so I would access it through a browser on my machine? Point it at localhost:xxx
CatatronicsY: (I don't bother with battery, at work)
CatatronicsY: to wait until the morning to test it out, time for bed
CatatronicsY: apt-get purge grub-pc grub-efi-amd64-signed grub-efi-amd64
CatatronicsY: your master likely has lots of history merged in
CatatronicsY: or that's a test.
LaudakK: > But Matrix Mod's are not Op's on IRC, last I knew.
LaudakK: its a good movie.
LaudakK: whitevan, ├─sh───firefox─┬─Web Content─┬─{Chrome_~dThread} │ │ │ │ ├─{HTML5 Parser}
LaudakK: blend it then smoke it?
LaudakK: If he only wants left-trimming and not left- and right-trimming...?
skomorokhTf: f "47a" = Nothing
skomorokhTf: and the other is enp2s0 No carrier, boradcast, multicast, Up
mircea_popescu: csStringBase::Append (this=0x7fffffffcc60, iStr=...,
mircea_popescu: iCount=18446744073709551615)
mircea_popescu: aagain
diana_coman: allah did it!!
Mocky: I do a lot of csString Append in bot code and I've screwed it up on multiple occasions. was bot running when this happened?
mircea_popescu: yup
mircea_popescu: as it's predictably that maxint value... i suspect some novel shenanigans.
mircea_popescu: Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
mircea_popescu: csStringBase::Append (this=0x7fffffffcc60, iStr=...,
mircea_popescu: iCount=18446744073709551615)
mircea_popescu: at /home/mircea/mircea/dev/cs/libs/csutil/csstring.cpp:283
mircea_popescu: 283 return Append(iStr.GetData(), iCount == (size_t)-1 ? iStr.Length() : iCount);
necrogamiwI: so .. in the txt it might say "/projects/2015/yzl.doc" and i need to copy it from "/backup/projects/2015/yzl.doc"
necrogamiwI: anal is the superior domain
AstraLumaYB: blackflow: ok
AstraLumaYB: ( is a grouping character, so * doesn't follow anything that matches a character
AstraLumaYB: s/wrn/wrong
delusionallogic: they gone?
delusionallogic: i did the do-upgrade-release it failed because it said it cannot find any artful package
delusionallogic: kirk781: the ricers defected to arch
delusionallogic: segregation is not ok
typedratsV: or almost homebrew computing
typedratsV: I am debugging the pglife bot now so it is down right now.
typedratsV: solidfox: no nobody here ever leaves the basement
mtnielsenzs: donofrio__: so you're NOT using vmware/vbox but w10's hyperv correct? yes or no
mtnielsenzs: jindraj: you say "for a noticable time" - does that mean they do eventually change their title?
mtnielsenzs: huh faceid is a godsend
mtnielsenzs: I promise that I have a real domain and they are the same in my config files and online
knocte: want xmr?
knocte: you get fast results by having a good production process in place covering dev to testing to rollout/production
Dr-G: "nothing detectable", while far from clear, still seems like a better bet to me than "obviously has several things on it"
Dr-G: that's sloppy testing
Dr-G: rindolf: :command Mpv execute "!mpv <c-r> <c-W><CR>"?
Dr-G: it sucks for n large
Guest49240: TheRealNoob, maybe an 'or' you need git-daemon-run OR git-daemon-sysvinit ?
azrazalea: ikr foo
azrazalea: So, abstraction is like.. redaction or obfuscation?
mircea_popescu: Mocky_ so sadly, now that i got teh interwebs fixed, this cs string crash is plaguing my crafting, i get 1-2 hour stretches at most. can i squeeze you into a fix ?
Mocky: mircea_popescu, ok
saqss: tac-tics: Yes. But one has to be careful I think, because this works only when people feel comfortable enough. If they feel lost, then it's usually better to have easy precise exercises first.
saqss: So close to being a vetillionaire
saqss: yeah, I remember that too
saqss: that russian btiches killed my xnp :/
saqss: seems unix specific though
saqss: bash isn't too hard, but you're trying to learn find as well.
MrHodl: no, its fine...
MrHodl: tdawg_, /msg chanserv help set email
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
Tux[Qyou]: they are removing netbooting
Tux[Qyou]: https://github.com/NixOS/nix/issues/506
lobbesbot: AUCTION # 367 has ENDED: 500usd via WU SOLD to BingoBoingo for 76mn coppers. Attn: hanbot
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (214h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
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
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (211h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
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diana_coman: hm, meanwhile the bot got stuck "waiting for takeall" - not sure why, because takeall actually worked fine
diana_coman: possibly after training/because of training - Mocky , does the bot re-target before /takeall? (if target remained the trainer, it might explain the mess up I guess)
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (209h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
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Mocky: diana_coman, yes craft bot only sends output to storage, not to table.
diana_coman: ah, k
diana_coman: meanwhile it made another 340 clicks so it's not that bad
Mocky: I had issue once of storage id collision that filled inv to overweight, and mircea_popescu had issue with mini pop making overweight, but over all not tested for that many hours by me
Mocky: i did test the training -> retargeting and it worked but only had enough bps to level up that one time
diana_coman: it trained only once but I can't tell whether that was indeed the problem
diana_coman: not being able to store stuff was not it's fault
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (208h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
lobbesbot: Post from dianacoman: EuCrypt Chapter 14: CRC32 Implementation with Lookup Table <http://ossasepia.com/2018/10/10/eucrypt-chapter-14-crc32-implementation-with-lookup-table/>
mircea_popescu: im up to 6829 craft clicks
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.
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (202h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
diana_coman: Mocky, bot refused to start, complaining that empty crafting container not found - but there is one empty table right next to Foxy!
diana_coman: or does it want an empty slot in the ingredients table too?
Mocky: no, doesn't care about empty slot in ingredients table
diana_coman: so then -> weird
Mocky: if you move around a little and try again maybe it finds?
Mocky: maybe it has a low eid and glitched?
diana_coman: ahahah, Mocky I know your bot better than you do!!
Mocky: lol!
diana_coman: it DOES want an empty slot in the ingredients table
Mocky: shit
diana_coman: it kept failing to start without that and as soon as I emptied one, it was fine
diana_coman: possibly the check on table fails for some reason or something
Mocky: but yeah, weird that it complained about the empty one not found
Mocky: should fill it back up and retry to confirm
diana_coman: let's see..
diana_coman: ahahha, nope, now it's ...fine
Mocky: ha!
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
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (198h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: diana_coman this is pretty weird, i never managed to get the craft bot stuck yet
mircea_popescu: how do i reproduce ?\
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (196h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: meanwhile in sweet news -- gloriously approaching 200k ibs!
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (192h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
diana_coman: mircea_popescu, it's not clear how to, see earlier failed attempt to reproduce; it seems some sort of glitch but it's not yet clear exactly what
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (187h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: ah i c
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (186h13) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
lobbesbot: Post from mocky: Qatar: Day Zero <http://mocky.org/Qatar-Day-Zero/>
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
Mocky: also checks guarded
diana_coman: weird then because it seems to have looked at a spinning wheel (so: not matching bp) and one table but ignored another table
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (160h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
toorjf: which kid makes a louder sound
toorjf: phogg: ah, perfect! much cleaner than what i was doing..thx much!
toorjf: pmow, if you tell it to yes
toorjf: and decades have past...
toorjf: teresko: paste your gitignore, and something like the output of $tree;
krytenby: weed and trigonometry isn't as great as I thought it wuld be
krytenby: cmouse: sh: 1: cannot create /dev/tcp/www.google.com/80: Directory nonexistent; nil, "exit", 2
krytenby: jp: should be "woof" invoked in your snippet?
krytenby: Ta
krytenby: this bug might be what I am seeing https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-software/+bug/1747034
krytenby: M5M400: what coin is this? :P
onizu-away: I hate when people pack too much information into one message, because it's hard to read the command lines that way
onizu-away: almost all cambridge silicon radio (CSR) based designs are like this
onizu-away: zamza, please spell out 'ty' as 'thank you', so that everyone understands
onizu-away: like when you emoted that you hanged me? ;))))
onizu-away: yep, it's for viewing the file without changing it
onizu-away: Dagmar: yeah, upstart was just starting to really gain ground, they fixed most of the problems and it was actually being used as more than a toy to invoke sysvinit scripts
senyauT: I guess I could do a group by on that
senyauT: global warming was just a hoax created by big ice cream companies
senyauT: furrywolf: that's an atheme decision, but if it was mine, I'd stay away of throwing a (relational) database at anything that doesn't really require one
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (155h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
litwaDX: die uhr sieht gut sus
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.
litwaDX: *myself
litwaDX: YocelynKawai^w^, no nada uwu
litwaDX: bucketbot pls
litwaDX: _Coffee, do you understand the difference between users, groups, programs and hostnames
mircea_popescu: Mocky man, it's so much fun to wake up to working craftbot!\
TrentP: Viper-7: about how high is a health insurance premium from a monthly "average" pay?
TrentP: i is profesional proggramer
TrentP: stevendale, I think the bottle necks are the FILE I/O to and from the disks spinning still. At 5400 RPM.
TrentP: What is the difference between a closed polyline and a polygon?
TrentP: .tr asi es
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (154h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
echosixDE: Does `void func (char * restrict a, char * restrict b)` means that a != b ?
echosixDE: wtf why can't people provide simple VM images instead of all this bullshit like vagrant
echosixDE: which was the command you were trying to run?
echosixDE: MacGruber Dynamics?
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (153h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
diana_coman: gotta say it: when Mocky's bot works, it works great indeed
diana_coman: and it's not its fault that I'm making a huge pile of feelingses
Mocky: oh hey, glad to hear
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (151h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
pun84: until they ask you to do image recognition on something too low resolution to be sure you're right
pun84: I'd guess the code was in VFS and the filesystem driver just did the bits that read and update metadata to/from backend (disk)
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (150h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
RondNS: I'll try on my desktop computer.
RondNS: mntmn: But maybe they did not document their backdoors and stuff?
forScience: I'm looking for something like: "If I don't recieve a ping, well then I will send one and I will wait for a `pong`. Otherwise
forScience: Ah OK, thanks.
forScience: Zexaron, pidof loggedfs
lewciie: It's what the left wants.
lewciie: is that true or a loch ness monster reference?
lewciie: yup, the same error is what I am also getting
lewciie: Viper-7 runs a sweat shop
lewciie: Bird|otherbox - the ten thousand foot view there is to remove those people from those places as a design goal. Otherwise, you play the cards you're dealt
marvisb: dnivra: what command did you run earlier to get the same error?
marvisb: OK we violently agree.
marvisb: ive tried mounting it and deleting the content
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (149h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
zodiacau: Penguin, it is probably also really important to note
zodiacau: so that's probably a bad idea
zodiacau: dila: nobody does that
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (148h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
lobbesbot: Post from dianacoman: Results of Testing UDP - Take 2 <http://ossasepia.com/2018/10/13/results-of-testing-udp-take-2/>
lobbes: !Xping
auctionbot: pong
lobbes: !Xhelp
auctionbot: http://blog.lobbesblog.com/2018/10/auctionbot-is-live/
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (101h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: Mocky_ i still logged in as diana_coman fwiw
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (89h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
Mocky: I don't know what code path can lead to that anymore. what build are you on?
mircea_popescu: Mocky i dunno, it doesn't say, but your latest.
mircea_popescu: maybe add to buglist to put the build version in the window ~title~ ? where it say "Foxy Bot" ? cuz otherwise window scrolls it out and well..
diana_coman: client code being the kraken that it is, it's quite likely that there are many ways in which the same idiocy still happens
Mocky: right, yeah. I've added them to my list now
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (88h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: anyways, not so major an issue, more like a neeneer i guess.
mircea_popescu to bed
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (87h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: !Xping
auctionbot: pong
mircea_popescu: sweet.
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (80h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
lobbesbot: Post from dianacoman: SMG Comms Chapter 2: Raw Types <http://ossasepia.com/2018/10/16/smg-comms-chapter-2-raw-types/>
diana_coman: 13mn pop, not bad; congrats mircea_popescu !
mircea_popescu: almost no ibs in it, either. weird
mircea_popescu: but ty!
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (62h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: diana_coman and to think it's like what, 400 a click ibs bundes.
diana_coman: well yes, but it's how many clicks for a pop really? theoretically one can pop with only one 400-worth click, sure; practically it's rather iffy to do only THAT click, lel
mircea_popescu: i've been doing it exclusively for what, 3 weeks now ? 5 ?
mircea_popescu: !Qcalc 600*24*28
lobbesbot: mircea_popescu: 403200
mircea_popescu: 400k clicks as a theoretic thing. but since i only have ~350k ibs made, i'd guess maybe about 170-200k clicks irl.
diana_coman: 200k clicks @400 per click is anyway 80mn
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (59h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
mircea_popescu: yup
lobbesbot: A#366 O=310.08mn HB=310.08mn E=10-19 02:32:35 (48h12) >>> 2000 usd WU
lobbesbot: --- end of auction list, 310.08mn total bids ---
lobbesbot: Post from dianacoman: SMG Comms Chapter 3: Packing Serpent <http://ossasepia.com/2018/10/18/smg-comms-chapter-3-packing-serpent/>
lobbesbot: AUCTION # 366 has ENDED: 2000 usd WU SOLD to BingoBoingo for 310.08mn coppers. Attn: trinque
integralYM: actually lets call it a_i
integralYM: han-solo: etc... ( http://ix.io/1mtz )
integralYM: malloc/realloc/free is just a mistake while dealing with C++ code
lobbes: !Qlater tell danielpbarron I have some ecu I'd like to exchange whenever you're around next
lobbesbot: lobbes: The operation succeeded.
lobbes: doing some maintenance on auctionbot. slight downtime for a second. I'll ping once complete
lobbes: !Xview 1000
auctionbot: Sell order # 1000: Reserved Opened at: 1 ecu Winning Bid: None [Closed]
lobbes: alrighty. maintenance complete
danielpbarron: lobbes, i'm around
lobbesbot: danielpbarron: Sent 6 hours and 54 minutes ago: <lobbes> I have some ecu I'd like to exchange whenever you're around next
lobbes: danielpbarron: you still around?
danielpbarron: ya
lobbes: nice. was thinking of trading in 10mn ecu for .01btc.
danielpbarron: ok
danielpbarron: i'm in town
lobbes: kk, I'ma hop on eulora
lobbes: ~5mins
danielpbarron: that is you?
lobbes: danielpbarron: yeah, just sent the trade
danielpbarron: deedbot ok?
lobbes: deedbot is perfect
lobbes: ty sir
danielpbarron: done

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