Back to Home / #linode / 2006 / 01 / Prev Day | Next Day
#linode IRC Logs for 2006-01-30

---Logopened Mon Jan 30 00:00:46 2006
00:05[~]taupehat is not sure what orospakr wants from a package server
00:05<taupehat>they've also opened YaST
00:05<taupehat>to their regret - it's a bloody mess, structurally
00:06<Dreamer3>huh?
00:06<taupehat>oh
00:06<orospakr>taupehat, I figured it might be ;)
00:06<taupehat>was talking to someone else
00:06<taupehat>him
00:06<taupehat>I'm thinking SuSE would be truly bitchin' if only it dropped rpm in favor of deb
00:07<taupehat>and that it's doable since they put opensuse out there to poke at with sticks
00:11<warewolf>heh
00:16<Dreamer3>man
00:16<Dreamer3>what's the best way to svn stuff to a shared host
00:19|-|sec39 [~moon@pool-71-245-177-144.pitbpa.fios.verizon.net] has joined #linode
00:21[~][|^__^|] sighs
00:21<[|^__^|]>ah, SVN. Pursuing mediocrity where CVS failed.
00:22<[|^__^|]>I love how the subversion.com site insisted that people not bug Linus to use svn because they should know that it's not good enough
00:22<taupehat>heh
00:22<taupehat>use git
00:23<[|^__^|]>git is pretty rough, and basically tailor-made for little more than the kernel workflow
00:23<[|^__^|]>I prefer darcs, bazaar-ng, and monotone
00:23<[|^__^|]>all three are working toward an elegant simplicity that is quite powerful
00:23<taupehat>cool
00:24<taupehat>are any of them growing legs?
00:24<[|^__^|]>well, darcs works great but it doesn't really scale right now.
00:24<[|^__^|]>tries to do too much in RAM
00:25<taupehat>not so good
00:25<[|^__^|]>bazaar-ng is likely the most promising: it's billed as a successor to arch, but in reality it's more of an amalgam of lessons learned from other systems so much so that it's actually a whole new system
00:26<[|^__^|]>I didn't mean monotone, but metronome
00:26<[|^__^|]>metronome is like darcs in python, and looks sweet
00:26<[|^__^|]>but I haven't used ita s much as the others
00:26<[|^__^|]>anyway, they're all learning from one another
00:28<[|^__^|]>http://lwn.net/Articles/169113/#Comments <-- watch larry go boom (Yes, again)
00:28<taupehat>heh
00:28<taupehat>I'm busy reading the thread from debian
00:28<[|^__^|]>but yeah, svn has only one thing going for it, and that's that it isn't as bad as CVS.
00:28<taupehat>herbert xu's resignation
00:28<[|^__^|]>it's not hard to be better than CVS
00:28<[|^__^|]>haha
00:28<[|^__^|]>yeah
00:28<[|^__^|]>man, it's sad that the Taiwan thing is so hairy
00:28<taupehat>yeah
00:28<taupehat>I mean
00:29<taupehat>you have to expect that people are going to be hotter than hell about it on both sides
00:29<taupehat>and it looks like someone pushed his buttons on it
00:29<taupehat>left him no choice
00:30<[|^__^|]>http://www.selenic.com/mercurial/ <-- mercurial is what I was thinking of and mistyping over and over
00:30<taupehat>heh
00:30<taupehat>k
00:37<[|^__^|]>http://revctrl.org/DieDieDieMerge <-- the DIE DIE DIE! merge algorithm
00:37|-|orospakr [~orospakr@CPE0012174fd3a3-CM0011ae92b8aa.cpe.net.cable.rogers.com] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
01:09<[|^__^|]>http://darcs.net/DarcsWiki/DarcsGit <-- this is cool stuff
01:11|-|besonen [~besonen@dsl-db.pacinfo.com] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
01:12<[|^__^|]>http://bazaar.canonical.com/PluginRegistry <-- also cool beans
01:49<taupehat>heh
01:52|-|athovi [~57ca3e24@linode.com] has joined #linode
01:52|-|athovi [~57ca3e24@linode.com] has quit [Quit: ]
01:52<taupehat>heh
01:52<taupehat>that was quick..
01:55|-|Newsome [~sorenson@216-190-206-130.customer.csolutions.net] has quit [Quit: Linux: Now with employee pricing!]
03:28|-|weasel [weasel@asteria.debian.or.at] has joined #linode
03:37|-|linbot [~supybot@ns.theshore.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
03:43|-|jekil [~alessandr@europa48.univ.trieste.it] has joined #linode
05:30|-|Netsplit arion.oftc.net <-> iridium.oftc.net quits: gsf, jekil, tsi, shakr, warewolf, weasel, darkbeholder, emitchlpd, sprouse, fo0bar, (+7 more, use /NETSPLIT to show all of them)
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: darkbeholder
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: weasel
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: jekil
05:33|-|caker [~caker@caker.netrep.oftc.net] has joined #linode
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: gpd
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: warewolf
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: Shaun2
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: gsf
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: shakr
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: cout
05:33|-|NetHack #linode [+o caker] by [helium.oftc.net]
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: sec39
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: emitchlpd
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: vaxen
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: sprouse
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: fo0bar
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: tsi
05:33|-|Netsplit over, joins: Jay-dargo
06:03|-|jekil [~alessandr@europa48.univ.trieste.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
06:12|-|cmantito [~gphreak@pcp09481621pcs.medfrd01.nj.comcast.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 481 seconds]
07:02|-|linville [~linville@azure.tuxdriver.com] has joined #linode
07:14|-|cmantito [~gphreak@c-68-37-52-88.hsd1.nj.comcast.net] has joined #linode
08:40|-|Newsome [~sorenson@216-190-206-130.customer.csolutions.net] has joined #linode
08:59|-|Redgore [~Redgore@195.38.74.201] has joined #linode
09:15|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-1pool106-81.nas23.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
10:03|-|orospakr [~orospakr@ip-237.48.99.216.dsl-cust.ca.inter.net] has joined #linode
10:08|-|orospakr [~orospakr@ip-237.48.99.216.dsl-cust.ca.inter.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:11|-|jekil [~alessandr@host46-238.pool8254.interbusiness.it] has joined #linode
10:20|-|spr [~spr@ramona.cs.byu.edu] has joined #linode
10:25|-|dbraun [~55667d2b@linode.com] has joined #linode
10:25<dbraun>Hi
10:25<anderiv>morning
10:26<dbraun>would you expalin step by step what can I do when I add a new ip to my system?
10:26<dbraun>System : Debian - 2.4.29-linode39-1um
10:26<anderiv>dbraun: first, you have to purchase an additional IP from linode.
10:26<dbraun>ok I buy ip
10:27<anderiv>dbraun: after that, see the documentation here: http://www.linode.com/wiki/index.php/Multiple_IPs
10:28<dbraun>ok thanks
10:28<anderiv>np
10:44|-|besonen [~besonen@dsl-db.pacinfo.com] has joined #linode
10:54|-|iggy [~iggy@12.45.184.235] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
10:54|-|iggy [~iggy@12.45.184.235] has joined #linode
12:04|-|Dreamer3 [~dreamer3@0-1pool144-191.nas72.chicago3.il.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
12:06|-|Dreamer3 [~dreamer3@0-2pool194-135.nas82.chicago3.il.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
12:31<@caker>linbot?
12:32|-|linbot [~supybot@ns.theshore.net] has joined #linode
12:32<@caker>linbot: botsnack
12:32<linbot>caker: Botsnacks are stupid, donate to my SF.net project instead.
12:32<@caker>hah
12:32<anderiv>heh
12:33<@mikegrb>roflz
12:33<anderiv>what bot is linbot based on?
12:33<Redgore>supybot
12:33<Redgore>linbot: version
12:33<linbot>Redgore: The current (running) version of this Supybot is 0.83.1. The newest version available online is 0.83.1.
12:54<@caker>Anyone have any tips for recovering from a dead Flash card?
12:55<@mikegrb>like compact flash?
12:55<@caker>My 'rents just got back from a trip, and my pop's flash card refuses to do anything any more .. and of course, their entire trip's photos are on it
12:55<@caker>mikegrb: yeah, not sure which format it is exactly (yet)
12:55<@mikegrb>dd if=/dev/sga of=deadcard.img
12:55<@mikegrb>the fsck it
12:55<@mikegrb>this could be problematic of course
12:55<@mikegrb>1) lack of the linux
12:56<@caker>Yeah .. he's on a Mac
12:56<@mikegrb>2) if the interface is dead, no getting to it
12:56<@mikegrb>oh
12:56<@mikegrb>well that isn't so bad
12:56<@mikegrb>it even has dd installed
12:56<@caker>It doesn't work in the camera itself, or any of the kiosks he's tried, or his own card reader thing
12:56<@mikegrb>but if he puts it in the card reader will it show up in dmesg/have an entry in /dev
12:57<@caker>Funny thing is, when I was home for xmas it wasn't working .. so I said I'd take a look ... it worked fine as soon as I tried .. so I'm hoping the same will happen after some time
12:57<@mikegrb>if the filesystem is just corrupt can dd it off and fsck
12:57<@caker>mikegrb: does OSX have dmesg, or should I point him to console viewer?
12:57<@mikegrb>it has dmesg
12:57<@caker>ok
12:57<@caker>and fsck, too?
12:58<@mikegrb>fs_usage fsaclctl fsck fsck_hfs fsck_msdos fslsfonts fstobdf
12:58<@caker>neato
12:58<@mikegrb>wonder what fsck_msdos does
12:58<@mikegrb>it's normally vfat filesystem
12:59<@mikegrb>I should find my card reader and a card to check
13:09|-|FireSlash_ [FireSlash@0-1pool126-155.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
13:09|-|jekil [~alessandr@host46-238.pool8254.interbusiness.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
13:16|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-1pool106-81.nas23.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
13:40|-|jekil [~alessandr@151.82.5.124] has joined #linode
13:49|-|FireSlash_ [FireSlash@0-1pool126-155.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
14:40|-|ddbraun [~55667d2b@linode.com] has joined #linode
14:49|-|Newsome [~sorenson@216-190-206-130.customer.csolutions.net] has left #linode [Linux: Now with employee pricing!]
14:53|-|Redgore [~Redgore@195.38.74.201] has quit [Quit: A geek without purpose - http://martlev.com | SMDC-Network IRC - irc.smdc-network.org]
14:54|-|Redgore [~Redgore@195.38.74.201] has joined #linode
15:03|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-1pool104-22.nas23.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
15:13|-|linville [~linville@azure.tuxdriver.com] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
15:18|-|jekil [~alessandr@151.82.5.124] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
15:28|-|dbraun [~55667d2b@linode.com] has quit [Quit: CGI:IRC (Session timeout)]
16:12|-|jekil [~alessandr@host46-238.pool8254.interbusiness.it] has joined #linode
16:39|-|Snooze [nobody@ohno.mrbill.net] has joined #linode
16:39<Snooze>warewolf around?
16:40|-|Redgore [~Redgore@195.38.74.201] has quit [Quit: A geek without purpose - http://martlev.com | SMDC-Network IRC - irc.smdc-network.org]
16:40|-|Snooze [nobody@ohno.mrbill.net] has quit [Quit: ]
17:02|-|besonen [~besonen@dsl-db.pacinfo.com] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
17:02|-|besonen [~besonen@dsl-db.pacinfo.com] has joined #linode
17:06|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-1pool104-22.nas23.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
17:19|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-2pool251-229.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
17:22|-|spr [~spr@ramona.cs.byu.edu] has quit [Quit: Spoon!]
17:30<gmoz>yeah, keep it open until I'm sure
18:18|-|gjhurlbu [~gjhurlbu@ghurlbut.s-ip.magma.ca] has joined #linode
18:18<gjhurlbu>is it my linode that's misbehaving?
18:18<gmoz>I know i know, but i have to be paid in pies.
18:19<gjhurlbu>I can ssh to it, but if I run top, screen, etc, it just stops responding.
18:19|-|gjhurlbu [~gjhurlbu@ghurlbut.s-ip.magma.ca] has quit [Quit: ]
18:19|-|gjhurlbu [~gjhurlbu@ghurlbut.s-ip.magma.ca] has joined #linode
18:19|-|gjhurlbu [~gjhurlbu@ghurlbut.s-ip.magma.ca] has quit [Quit: ]
18:31|-|sprouse [sprouse@chewbacca.infonurse.net] has quit [Quit: leaving]
18:31<encode>http://www.howtoforge.com/chrooted_ssh_howto_debian <-- this looks interesting
18:31<encode>have any of u guys set up something like that?
18:32|-|Beirdo [~gjhurlbu@beirdo.usercloak.oftc.net] has quit [Remote host closed the connection]
18:36|-|sprouse [sprouse@chewbacca.infonurse.net] has joined #linode
18:47<@caker>encode: yes. My entire hosting setup is chrooted, cept I didn't chroot ssh (they can't login). Same process applies, however.
18:47<@caker>ldd is your friend
18:50<warewolf>woah
18:50<warewolf>snooze
18:51|-|jekil [~alessandr@host46-238.pool8254.interbusiness.it] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
18:54|-|Beirdo [~gjhurlbu@linode.beirdo.ca] has joined #linode
18:57|-|nybble [~nybble@d150-157-11.home.cgocable.net] has joined #linode
18:57<nybble>hey people
18:58<nybble>Wow, has it been a while...
19:02[~]encode wonders what ldd is
19:02<encode>and decides to search about it after lunch
19:06[~]nybble decides to eat lunch
19:10<nybble>so what is up with host40...
19:10<nybble>she sure likes to panic, according to ' Linode.com Discussion Forum Index -> System and Network Status'
19:10|-|MrOnline [~contact@dhcp-0-f-ea-81-d2-9b.cpe.mountaincable.net] has joined #linode
19:10<nybble>yo mronline
19:11<MrOnline>yo
19:11<nybble>tis pretty quiet in here
19:11|-|spr [~spr@c-24-10-236-93.hsd1.ut.comcast.net] has joined #linode
19:14[~]nybble watches the crickets leap accross the road
19:15<encode>ahh, ldd lists dynamic dependencies of executable files or shared objects
19:15<encode>i can understand that being useful when chrooting things
19:22<@mikegrb>lolz
19:22<nybble>lol
19:22<nybble>host40 scares me
19:22<MrOnline>me to
19:23<nybble>i'll probably wake up tonight in a cold sweat screaming 'DAMN YOU, HOST40!'
19:23<@mikegrb>lolz
19:23<encode>lol
19:23<MrOnline>is mikegrb a bot?
19:23<@mikegrb>lolz
19:23<MrOnline>lol
19:23<nybble>no
19:23<@mikegrb>lolz
19:23<nybble>lol
19:24<@mikegrb>lolz
19:24<MrOnline>lol
19:24<@mikegrb>lolz
19:24<MrOnline>lol
19:24<MrOnline>are you sure?
19:24<nybble>or is he?
19:24<nybble>lolz
19:24<@mikegrb>lolz
19:24<MrOnline>lol
19:24<nybble>haha
19:24<nybble>gasp!
19:24<nybble>Ubuntu 4.10
19:25<nybble>that is frightnin
19:25<encode>why?
19:27|-|chris [~chris@nullcode.org] has joined #linode
19:29<[|^__^|]>it's pretty ancient
19:29<[|^__^|]>4.10 means it was released October 2004
19:30<MrOnline>well thats an interesting way to do versioning
19:30<MrOnline>never even though of that.
19:30<[|^__^|]>It works pretty well
19:30<encode>meh
19:30<MrOnline>..|.. ^_^ ..|.. :S
19:30[~]gpd pokes caker to update to ubuntu-server 5.10
19:30<[|^__^|]>?
19:30<nybble>or atleast 5.04
19:31<[|^__^|]>yeah
19:31<gpd>might be worth holding off until 6.04 as dapper is coming along nicely
19:34<@caker>I agree, it needs to be updated .. but, upgrading is pretty painless, no?
19:34<gpd>i think two jumps makes it more painful / sketchy...
19:34<linbot>New news from forums: Host40 panic in System and Network Status <http://www.linode.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2074>
19:34<MrOnline>what? another panic on 40?
19:35<nybble>le gaspe!
19:36<[|^__^|]>if I had a phpbb account with a password I could be arsed to remember, I'd start a topic that said "greetz tah all my homies in oftc #linode, for verily are ye the most beautiful bitches on the inter net"
19:36<nybble>that pesky host40
19:36<[|^__^|]>and then linbot would relay my shout-out
19:36<@mikegrb>lolz
19:36<[|^__^|]>and then mikegrb would lol
19:36<@mikegrb>lolz
19:36<MrOnline>lol
19:36<@mikegrb>lolz
19:36<MrOnline>lol
19:36<@mikegrb>lolz
19:36<MrOnline>lol
19:37<MrOnline>me and mikegrb smoke to much drugs
19:37<@mikegrb>lolz
19:37<MrOnline>we just sit here and lol all night
19:37<@mikegrb>lolz
19:37<nybble>lol
19:37<@mikegrb>lolz
19:37<MrOnline>lol
19:37<gpd>MrOnline: enough already... it is a script...
19:37<@mikegrb>mmm cake
19:37<gpd>just don't mention cake!
19:37<nybble>caker!
19:37<MrOnline>HAH
19:37<@mikegrb>mmm cake
19:37<nybble>caker cake cakey
19:37<@mikegrb>lolz
19:37<nybble>lol
19:37<@mikegrb>lolz
19:37<nybble>lol
19:37<nybble>hehe
19:37<nybble>this is entertaining
19:38<nybble>and it makes gpd astonished at our stupidity
19:39<gpd>caker: what do you need to do to create a UML compatible distro image?
19:40<@caker>http://www.linode.com/wiki/index.php?title=Custom_Distribution
19:40<@caker>uploading it is an exercise left up to the reader
19:40<encode>gpd: thinking of making a breezy image?
19:40<gpd>possibly... :)
19:40|-|ddbraun [~55667d2b@linode.com] has quit [Quit: CGI:IRC (Session timeout)]
19:40[~]nybble shuts the door, there is a breeze in here
19:40<gpd>looks too easy from the wiki...
19:41<nybble>ewwww... i got wiki on my badger!
19:41<ScytheBlade1>Yeah, curious: caker, do you have the used kernel *sources* up anywhere?
19:41<[|^__^|]>gpd: be sure to leave lots of good back doors in your image!
19:41<gpd>good plan - and default password of jeff
19:43<@caker>ScytheBlade1: kernel.org
19:44<@caker>ScytheBlade1: nothing's added except for my token-limiter patch, which is here: http://www.theshore.net/~caker/uml/patches/
19:52<ScytheBlade1>Mmkay, that's good to know
19:52<ScytheBlade1>So for (99.999%) of everything, I can just use a vanilla kernel source
19:53[~]gpd ponders why ScytheBlade1 would need kernel source
19:53<ScytheBlade1>gentoo ebuilds
19:53<nybble>use the source, luke
19:53<ScytheBlade1>Some of them like to have the kernel source around, less they fail
19:54<ScytheBlade1>of note: ALSA does (not applicable), as does the userspace IPSec tools
19:54<gpd>fair enough
19:55<@mikegrb>lolz
19:55<nybble>lol
19:58<ScytheBlade1>caker: thank you :)
19:59|-|foob [~43774ade@linode.com] has joined #linode
19:59<foob>Host 40 panics:
19:59<foob>Mon Jan 30, 2006 8:33 pm
19:59|-|trev [~43774ade@linode.com] has joined #linode
20:00<foob>Wed Jan 25, 2006 10:19 pm
20:00<foob>Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:50 am
20:00<foob>Sat Dec 31, 2005 9:39 am
20:00<foob>Fri Dec 09, 2005 12:18 pm
20:00<foob>what's the root cause analysis on this and what is being done to make sure it stops?
20:00|-|astanford [~1862a205@linode.com] has joined #linode
20:01|-|astanford [~1862a205@linode.com] has quit [Quit: ]
20:01|-|astanford [~1862a205@linode.com] has joined #linode
20:01<@mikegrb>cpu bug triggered by uml
20:01<@mikegrb>the xen migration will take care of it
20:01<gpd>ETX?
20:01<trev>foob, mike - is this re: host40?
20:01<foob>what cpu bug?
20:02<foob>yeah trev
20:02<@mikegrb>a bug in certain models of intel xeon processors
20:02<foob>are they running in em64t mode?
20:02<@mikegrb>do you mean emt64?
20:03<foob>yah, just a tpyo
20:03<@mikegrb>yes
20:04<foob>do you have a url to this bug?
20:04<@mikegrb>no
20:04<@mikegrb>I don't know if they have it documented but if so I imagine it would be on the xeon erratta
20:05<@mikegrb>cpu bugs are very very common
20:05<@mikegrb>most cpus have loads of them
20:05<foob>I know
20:06<foob>In intel-speak, it's called a "specification update"
20:06<@caker>foob: btw, the frequency of those were also amplified by a kernel problem .. it's been reverted
20:07<foob>it's possible a microcode update is part of the BIOS upgrade from the vendor
20:09<foob>also, did you figure this out yourself or from somewhere online?
20:09<@caker>foob: from the UML developers
20:10<foob>ah, ok
20:12<Beirdo>so it wasn't the linode
20:12<Beirdo>it was my DSL's pppoe being a PITA
20:12<Beirdo>that's what I get for having a PPPoE session running for 6 months
20:13<ScytheBlade1>Heh
20:14<ScytheBlade1>What provider do you have?
20:14<ScytheBlade1>Minus points for PPPoE, plus points for six months of connectivity
20:14|-|foob [~43774ade@linode.com] has quit [Quit: CGI:IRC]
20:15<Beirdo>magma.ca
20:15<Beirdo>6 months with a static IP too :)
20:16<ScytheBlade1>That's really, really nice
20:16<Beirdo>I like my ISP
20:16<ScytheBlade1>Minus the PPPoE and .ca ;)
20:16<Beirdo>a BIG plus for .ca
20:16<ScytheBlade1>Well, I'd have to live there to give it points, so eh
20:17<Beirdo>although I want to give a big plus to .pr soon
20:17<Beirdo>get me a job already!
20:17<MrOnline>So then Shane hit Shawn Micheal in the back of the head with a chair
20:37[~]taupehat w00ts for no better reason than he can
20:41<gpd>so how do i mount /dev/udbd - none of my 'disks' have 'partitions'... it is in the drive setup?
20:42<gpd>hmm... nvm... done
20:43[~]nybble w00ts aswell
20:43<taupehat>heh
20:44<gpd>ok - 'can't write viminfo? ever since booting into 2.6.15 - file is 666 gpd:users but sudo gives that error... odd
20:46<gpd>hmm... attempting to dist-upgrade from 4.10 to 5.10 --- Will use 1732MB of disk and DL Size: 583MB - bigger than my partition!
20:48<gpd>actually that is from aptitude - apt-get is *much* more conservative
20:49<@mikegrb>lolz
20:49<nybble>lol
20:59|-|womble [~mpalmer@eth359.nsw.adsl.internode.on.net] has joined #linode
21:10|-|[Erik] [~go@dyn216-8-174-70.ADSL.mnsi.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
21:10|-|FireSlash_ [FireSlash@0-1pool124-203.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has joined #linode
21:11|-|[Erik] [~go@dyn216-8-174-70.ADSL.mnsi.net] has joined #linode
21:13|-|trev [~43774ade@linode.com] has quit [Quit: CGI:IRC (Ping timeout)]
21:17|-|FireSlash [~FireSlash@0-2pool251-229.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
22:13|-|Al [~Al@62.38.108.5] has joined #linode
22:13<taupehat>.
22:14|-|Al [~Al@62.38.108.5] has left #linode []
22:23<gpd>so... i did this: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-16345.html followed by this: http://www.linode.com/wiki/index.php/Custom_Distribution
22:23<gpd>and now i have an image that *might* work as a breezy image...
22:24<@mikegrb>why not just apt-get dist-upgrade?
22:24<taupehat>heh
22:24<gpd>i was trying to help others...
22:24<taupehat>that'd be too easy
22:25<gpd>the 4.10 is old
22:25<gpd>I did the 4.10 -- 5.10 -- dapper and it was quite nasty
22:25<gpd>lots of crapy -dpkg.old files in /etc/
22:25<@mikegrb>it's been fine for me
22:25<gpd>but having 'Ubuntu Breezy' on the front page of linode.com might be good... no?
22:26<@mikegrb>sure it will be updated at some point
22:26<gpd>so what else needs to be done other than ^^ to make it 'linode-worthy'??
22:32<gpd>!rr
22:32<linbot>gpd: *click*
22:33<@mikegrb>lolz
22:33<nybble>lol
22:33<nybble>that is so entertaining
22:33<@mikegrb>lolz
22:33<nybble>lol
22:34<gpd>linbot: commands
22:34<linbot>gpd: acro, acronym, actor, add, alert, announce, any, aol, append, apply, apropos, artist, asin, at, auction, author, babelize, ban add, ban list, ban remove, binary, bold, books, botsnack, bug, bugs, cache, calc, capabilities, capability add, capability list, capability remove, capability set, capability setdefault, capability unset, capitalize, change, changename, channel, channels, chr, cmd, cnn, coin, color, (5 more messages)
22:34<taupehat>!spam
22:34<linbot>taupehat: Error: "spam" is not a valid command.
22:34<taupehat>lies
22:35<gpd>!list
22:35<linbot>gpd: AcronymFinder, Admin, Alias, Amazon, Anonymous, Babelfish, BadWords, Channel, Config, Currency, CyborgName, Debian, Dict, Dunno, Ebay, Factoids, Filter, Format, Games, Google, Herald, Insult, Internet, Lart, Later, Linux, Memo, Misc, News, Nickometer, Note, Owner, Plugin, Praise, Quote, RSS, Rhyme, RootWarner, Scheduler, Seen, Services, ShrinkUrl, Sourceforge, Status, Stock, String, Success, Supybot, Time, Topic, (1 more message)
22:36<gpd>!rhymes taupehat
22:36<linbot>gpd: No rhymes found.
22:36<gpd>!rhymes linbot
22:36<linbot>gpd: No rhymes found.
22:36<gpd>!list Success
22:36<linbot>gpd: add, change, get, remove, search, and stats
22:36<ScytheBlade1>!Sourceforge
22:36<taupehat>oh my
22:36<linbot>ScytheBlade1: Error: "Sourceforge" is not a valid command.
22:36<taupehat>someone just qdb'd me
22:36<ScytheBlade1>Lies
22:37<taupehat>http://qdb.us/54980
22:37<gpd>!list Sourceforge
22:37<linbot>gpd: bug, bugs, fight, patch, patches, rfe, rfes, stats, total, and tracker
22:37<gpd>!rfe
22:37<linbot>gpd: (rfe <id>) -- Returns a description of the rfe with id <id>. Really, this is just a wrapper for the tracker command; it won't even complain if the <id> you give isn't an rfe.
22:38<@mikegrb>mmm cake
22:38<MrOnline>i like cake
22:38<@mikegrb>lolz
22:38<MrOnline>lol
22:39<@mikegrb>mmm cake
22:39<gpd>!badwords add cake
22:39<linbot>gpd: Error: You don't have the 'admin' capability. If you think that you should have this capability, be sure that you are identified before trying again. The 'whoami' command can tell you if you're identified.
22:39<gpd>meh
22:40<gpd>!cyborgname mikegrb
22:40<linbot>gpd: Error: The "CyborgName" plugin is loaded, but there is no command named "mikegrb" in it. Try "list CyborgName" to see the commands in the "CyborgName" plugin.
22:40<gpd>!cyborgname
22:40<linbot>gpd: Error: "cyborgname" is not a valid command.
22:40<gpd>!cyborg mikegrb
22:40<linbot>gpd: M.I.K.E.G.R.B.: Machine Intended for Killing, Efficient Gratification and Rational Battle
22:40<taupehat>ooh neat
22:40<warewolf>oh god
22:40<taupehat>!cyborg taupehat
22:40<linbot>taupehat: T.A.U.P.E.H.A.T.: Transforming Artificial Unit Programmed for Efficient Harm and Accurate Troubleshooting
22:40<warewolf>!cyborgname xabean
22:40<linbot>warewolf: Error: The "CyborgName" plugin is loaded, but there is no command named "xabean" in it. Try "list CyborgName" to see the commands in the "CyborgName" plugin.
22:40<taupehat>haha
22:40<taupehat>I like mine
22:41<warewolf>!cyborg xabean
22:41<linbot>warewolf: X.A.B.E.A.N.: Xperimental Artificial Battle and Efficient Assassination Neohuman
22:41<taupehat>although my unit is NOT artificial
22:41<warewolf>!cyborg warewolf
22:41<linbot>warewolf: W.A.R.E.W.O.L.F.: Wireless Artificial Replicant Engineered for Worldwide Observation and Logical Fighting
22:41<MrOnline>!cyborg superkallafragilisticexpialadoscious
22:41<linbot>MrOnline: Names can't have more than 10 letters. Please enter another name.
22:41<taupehat>!cyborg gloin
22:41<linbot>taupehat: G.L.O.I.N.: General Lifeform Optimized for Infiltration and Nullification
22:41<taupehat>w00t
22:41<warewolf>haha
22:41<MrOnline>!cyborg mronline
22:41<linbot>MrOnline: M.R.O.N.L.I.N.E.: Mechanical Robotic Organism Normally for Logical Infiltration and Nocturnal Exploration
22:41<warewolf>!cyborg SEX
22:41<linbot>warewolf: S.E.X.: Synthetic Electronic Xenomorph
22:42<gpd>ok - these are getting disturbing
22:42<warewolf>!cyborg gpd
22:42<linbot>warewolf: G.P.D.: Galactic Peacekeeping Device
22:42<taupehat>heh
22:42<taupehat>!cyborg gmoz
22:42<warewolf>!cyborg linbot
22:42<linbot>warewolf: L.I.N.B.O.T.: Lifeform Intended for Nocturnal Battle and Online Troubleshooting
22:42<linbot>taupehat: G.M.O.Z.: General Machine Optimized for Zoology
22:42<warewolf>!cyborg linux
22:42<linbot>warewolf: L.I.N.U.X.: Lifeform Intended for Nocturnal Ultimate Xenocide
22:42<warewolf>...
22:42<MrOnline>!cyborg cyborg
22:42<linbot>MrOnline: C.Y.B.O.R.G.: Cybernetic Ytterbium Being Optimized for Rational Gratification
22:42<warewolf>eeeenteresting.
22:43<warewolf>ytt...what?
22:43<taupehat>it's an element
22:43<MrOnline>!cyborg xxxxxxxxxx
22:43<linbot>MrOnline: X.X.X.X.X.X.X.X.X.X.: Xperimental Xtraterrestrial Xenomorph Xperienced in Xpert Xenocide, Xtreme Xecution and Xponential Xcavation
22:43<warewolf>HAHA
22:43<taupehat>ahh, it cheats!
22:43<gmoz>We will begin by testing your absorbancy.
22:43<@mikegrb>it works via private message as well
22:43<@mikegrb>lolz
22:43<taupehat>lol
22:43<taupehat>ok
22:43<taupehat>good to know
22:43<warewolf>!cybprg killjoy
22:43<linbot>warewolf: Error: "cybprg" is not a valid command.
22:43<warewolf>!cyborg killjoy
22:43<linbot>warewolf: K.I.L.L.J.O.Y.: Kinetic Intelligent Lifeform Limited to Justified Observation and Yelling
22:43<warewolf>that's mikegrb.
22:43<taupehat>++
22:44<MrOnline>!cyborg xyz
22:44<linbot>MrOnline: X.Y.Z.: Xperimental Ytterbium Zombie
22:45<MrOnline>!cyborg irc
22:45<linbot>MrOnline: I.R.C.: Intelligent Robotic Construct
22:45<warewolf>ooh
22:45<warewolf>!cyborg neo
22:45<linbot>warewolf: N.E.O.: Networked Electronic Organism
22:45<gpd>!insult cyborg
22:45<linbot>cyborg - You are nothing but a reeky stack of tofu-nibbling fat.
22:45<MrOnline>!insult linbot
22:45<linbot>linbot - You are nothing but an impertinent plate of tickle-brained droppings.
22:45<@mikegrb>it works via private message just as well
22:45<MrOnline>!insult /me
22:45<linbot>/me - You are nothing but a dankish quart of fawning waste.
22:46<MrOnline>yea but he won't pm me.
22:51|-|plm [~43895ce9@linode.com] has joined #linode
22:54|-|FireSlash_ [FireSlash@0-1pool124-203.nas19.kansas-city2.mo.us.da.qwest.net] has quit [Read error: Connection reset by peer]
22:59|-|VS_ChanLog [~stats@ns.theshore.net] has left #linode [Rotating Logs]
22:59|-|VS_ChanLog [~stats@ns.theshore.net] has joined #linode
23:15|-|nybble [~nybble@d150-157-11.home.cgocable.net] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:16|-|plm [~43895ce9@linode.com] has quit [Quit: Leaving]
23:17|-|Rubia [~ircap8@host2.200-82-90.telecom.net.ar] has joined #linode
23:20<ScytheBlade1>You know, stupid question. The bandwidth quota: is that upstream, downstream, or up+down?
23:21<tierra>up+down
23:24<ScytheBlade1>Thank you :
23:25<ScytheBlade1>* :)
23:26<taupehat>heh
23:45|-|womble [~mpalmer@eth359.nsw.adsl.internode.on.net] has quit [Ping timeout: 480 seconds]
23:49|-|Rubia [~ircap8@host2.200-82-90.telecom.net.ar] has quit [Quit: \x95 IRcap [8.0] \x95 www.ircap.net \x95]
---Logclosed Tue Jan 31 00:00:28 2006