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zaei
I am home bi**hes.
HeppyCat
bastage
I am work bizznatches.
crap ive gotta reboot
crc32
tyvek pass the beer
is the initial run of eupdatedb supposed to last 5+ hours?
pinkerton
emerge sync
try that first
zaei
Hi lenox
lenox
heya
what's up?
zaei
Beating on network code =)
lenox
ah
crc32
send some network code this way. I'm running low
         

lenox
network i/o is big endian, right?
crc32
biggest byte first
zaei
It's whatever mac is =)
lenox
i'm 'studying' right now
zaei
Music? =)
lenox
i put it in quotes because...well, i am just listening to music
yeah
zaei
Hehe =)
How's school?
lenox
back in the day, when i was supposed to be studying, i'd give up and listen to music
now i am allowed to
good!
zaei
Awesome =>
lenox
yeah
nice to have found my calling
zaei
=)
crc32
does any one ever use ans.1 in their code?
lenox
pedal's nearly done too
crc32
err asn.1
zaei
Hmmmz.
pinkerton
hrmzzzzzzz!
zaei
Client is 33554432
That's not right.
Client is 16777216
Neither is that.
Oops.
pinkerton
(Action) shakes his fist at zaei !
zaei
Yar@pinkerton!
pinkerton
HAR HAR!
         

zaei
Woot.
Excellent, it works.
Wow, perfect.
Out of order packets back in order, no duplicates reported.
The really scary part is that I started the client before I started the server.
Freman
PS1="\[\e(0\e[1;34ml\e[30mqq\e[34mqqu\e(B\e[0m\e[32m \u@\h \e(0\e[1;34mtq\e[30mq\e[34mqu\e(B\e[0;32m $(date) \e(0\e[1;34mtq\e[30mq\e[34mqu\e(B\e[0;32m $(~/.prompt) \e[0m\e(0\e[1;34mtq\e[30mqq qq q\e(B\]\n\[\e(0\e[1;34m\]mu\[\e(B\e[0;32m\]\W\[\e[1;30m\] ?\[\e[0m\] "
that prompt rox and all, but how do I make it refresh?
every time I push enter it has the date/time of when I started the term?
crc32
woo
Freman
sadly it doesn't
Might need to go back to using prompt_command
SilentSwan
is it possible that the "find" command behaves "differently" on linux than on other OSs?
pinkerton
sure
SilentSwan
figures
well
pinkerton
the find on linux is gnu find
other *nix's have their
for example, aix uses it own, so does solaris and sco
SilentSwan
if i do something pretty "standard", such as: "find . -name \*volution\* -print", would that perhaps not work in a logical manner?
in other words, shouldn't it return ALL files matching that pattern (including dotfiles and directories)?
pinkerton
why are you escaping the *
what os SilentSwan ?
SilentSwan
gentoo
doesn't matter if i escape the * or not
same result actually
pinkerton
hrm
you sure the file is there?
SilentSwan
i know this should work
yes, it is
i'm looking at it
pinkerton
ok :)
just making sure
well let me try
SilentSwan
not only SHOULD it work, it worked 20 minutes ago, and now doesn't
pinkerton
whats the name of the file?
SilentSwan
a directory named ".evolution"
pinkerton
k
yep doesn't work
zaei
The metacharacters
(`*', `?', and `[]') do not match a `.' at the start of the base
name
Read the man page.
pinkerton
gotta take my glory don't you
SilentSwan
i don't get it... i swear this worked before...
zaei
Yes =}
pinkerton
i was just reading the man page
fu*ker
SilentSwan
and i know full well it works on other systems... linux - always gotta be different
so how would i actually perform this search then?
zaei
Read the man page.
I'll let pinkerton figure it out =)
But I know the answer =}
SilentSwan
yeah,i could spend 45 min. reading the man page
in fact i will
but i need to do this NOW... that's the problem see?
zaei
I just spend 30 seconds =)
SilentSwan
otherwise, i wouldn't have come to IRC asking.. that's always a last resort
and this is why
zaei
If pinkerton doesn't answer in 1 minute... =)
Oh well.
The answer you were looking for is -path .
pinkerton
path!
damnbit
;klajds
that was one minute damnit
zaei
pinkerton: He left =P
pinkerton
yeah
zaei
(Action) passes pinkerton BEER
pinkerton
find -path './.ev*' -print
ooh
zaei: you drinking :)
(Action) accepts
what kind?
zaei
Hehe, I'm not =)
pinkerton
fu*ker
zaei
I did just have some cookies and cream ice cream =>
pinkerton
i'm hungry
it's almost pizza time
zaei
Mmmm, pizza.
We got pizza at work yesterday.
$80.
pinkerton
yeah
hrm
z
sara should be home soon
akira_
well, i can boot it from the grub cli, but i have to pass the correct parameters to it, or just tell it where the configfile is. but the changes don't survive a reboot.
savedefault isn't working
well, this pxe image works fine on all of our other servers, it's just this latest batch is bad
well, here's the deal, the image we make, works, it boots on the install machine, then we iso it up, and use pxe to put that image on the other machines. the other machines install fine, except for what looks like grub. everything but grub gets installed right
after the machine get's the pxe image, uncompresses it and installs itself, it reboots, that's where we get the grub console
and i have to pass configfile to it. which is odd, because it knows already what the root (/boot) is, and can load the grub.conf file from it
yea
these are fresh machines
i had to run 'grub-install /dev/sda' to get it to boot without going through the grub console.
manually entering commands kind of defeats the purpose of pxe boot loading
no.
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