Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #deepin, 2018-09-27

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00:14 faceman1 Hi guys, is there a simple way to give a password to doas non-interactively?
00:14 faceman1 you can make over 150 products from crude oil
00:14 faceman1 praxeology: that sounds about right to me.  I think one of the ways they were doing it was using EC points.  I think there was general agreement that, whatever is done, it should be perfected using private (non-block chain) methods before even considering adding any consensus-enforced data to the chain.
00:14 faceman1 I am puzzled, why it outputs '3' when it's supposed to be not http://termbin.com/2ikf
00:14 faceman1 Can never tell on the internet lol there's no tone of voice and in a world where people play games as the opposite gender then get offended when you mix them up
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00:36 cschwede18 ok, just wanna make sure i understand it all so i can do it myself in the future
00:36 cschwede18 did you enable the f12 key?
00:36 cschwede18 whether they adjust duty cycle, frequency or just omit pulses
00:36 cschwede18 There's an unofficial build floating around
00:36 cschwede18 let's stick to the minimum... just tcp receiver of logs (or udp)
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01:38 kevans9123 which just sorta feels icky to me
01:38 kevans9123 triceratux: hah
01:38 kevans9123 | |___) || | (_) | / __/ ___) |
01:38 kevans9123 I basically need a 'many' version of sepBy1.
01:38 kevans9123 can i transfer files local to shared host server by scp?
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05:23 xintron15 how do I configure sshd to exit after the first connection closes?
05:23 xintron15 sudo mount -a
05:24 xintron15 [R] You can?! Wow! You're a nut!
05:24 xintron15 I think the easiest is to climb out the window of the double at the north end of Hell
05:24 xintron15 you have to do it from the desktop itself
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06:02 Linkandzelda6 isValid(){
06:03 Linkandzelda6 im trying to create a large VarArrayBuffer
06:03 Linkandzelda6 whether `+` means a literal `+` character or has special regex meaning depends on if it's preceded by a slash
06:03 Linkandzelda6 now, take another element of (Z/pZ)*, call it b. and say it has order i
06:03 Linkandzelda6 an infinite loop
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06:44 jejda15 You don't understand how numbers work. That's a deep enough misunderstanding that it'd take computer arithmetic 101 to explain at a depth that'd be useful.
06:44 jejda15 hey, if you're seeing error messages you're probably making an order of magnitude too many mistakes, proper buggy C programs compile perfectly
06:44 jejda15 but that's just a guess.
06:44 brainy hi pulec oahong chihchun
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07:14 Tezzers MTecknology, i want to create a new git repo and add existing data to it
07:14 Tezzers right, but i specifically wrote the input is 'ai'
07:14 Tezzers Surely you can cross-build for it with a much newer compiler? But that's ##C++-general topic.
07:14 Tezzers ⅾaԁ ⅰs ᥒot doiᥒg Αⅼlаh is doiᥒɡ
07:14 Tezzers JA HALLO SIEG HEIL
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07:46 dmc6 i mean its already like sandblasted (inside)
07:46 dmc6 I used to use screen but converted to tmux which is just easier after you learn the differences
07:46 dmc6 https://www.businessinsider.com/tesla-model-s-cou​ld-be-hacked-stolen-600-dollars-equipment-2018-9
07:46 dmc6 What's 3.5 >_>
07:46 dmc6 What was the point of "Quoted"? :S
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08:03 dr-gibson28 Ah, application firewalls! So do those operate specifically by telling the OS to pass ALL traffic to them?
08:03 dr-gibson28 tgeeky: impossible!
08:03 dr-gibson28 i dont believe linear least squares fails if you try to fit a line through (ax + b)*1 and (ax + b)*2
08:03 dr-gibson28 weechat also has a nice android app and glowing-bear also works great with it
08:03 dr-gibson28 When he says R he says it like hes unsure
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08:52 WilliamH19 darkmeson: drdb comes into it own then.
08:52 WilliamH19 romainl: you haven't added any b:undo_ftplugin to vim-qf. not that it bothers me, but just saw it when I went through some known ftplugin files
08:52 WilliamH19 probably farming
08:52 WilliamH19 so if I enter "nmcli -p -f IP4,IP6  device show" and hit [tab] the results are enp6s0      help        lo          tun0        virbr0      virbr0-nic
08:52 WilliamH19 my Q1: "Can a *finite* field be (totally) ordered?" is it ambiguous?
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08:54 mickael917 Wow a lot of people here, none of them is talking..... why bother to join here?
08:54 mickael917 I wanted to exclude find search for certain directories (i.e testing & staging). Is that possible in find command? Here is the how the results look like https://dpaste.de/7KKm
08:54 mickael917 hey it wasnt me
08:54 mickael917 i did notice it but had no idea which piece was broken and hadn't been able to spend the time to debug it yet
08:54 mickael917 You told me unintentional emitters can be self-certified
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09:50 catcow22 and no js in those browsers
09:50 catcow22 Just SSL certs on api.
09:50 catcow22 Compu-Celebi: Then you have no experience with SQL. :)
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09:52 gerry66626 I wanna keep at 2 indents but when ever I go into a case statement I soon find myself running out of horizontal room
09:52 gerry66626 nom wait
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10:23 Daedbffe8 when did this turn into #therapy? o.O
10:23 Daedbffe8 If the header you are using declares something implemented in some library, then you link with that library.
10:23 Daedbffe8 lyxia: but that’s how they work until you enable implicit HasCallStack for all functions, via a GHC flag? Hmmm.
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10:34 AureliusO3 up and down in commandline?
10:34 AureliusO3 Also, try netstat -nl instead of netstat -l
10:34 AureliusO3 Then I really don't understand what your point is.
10:34 AureliusO3 Lisbelk: I can't help unless I know what it is I'm to help with.
10:34 AureliusO3 most removable media is mounted in such a way that you can't execute programs off of it
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10:50 lizzie13 freepbx?
10:50 lizzie13 it does return this
10:50 lizzie13 grub
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11:06 Aleks11 here the class is a wrapper of a c library where i need to call "<blah>_new", "<blah>_free"
11:06 Aleks11 microbit: +R makes it so only identified users can PM you, +i means you're "invisable" and has always been default.
11:06 Aleks11 I think every Richard Bird example I've ever seen probably still works using what comes with GHC, though.
11:06 Aleks11 oh i missed a couple
11:06 Aleks11 lower case type names are type variables
11:06 Aleks11 bbrazil: thanks for your input, then I'll stick to finding the approximate period by staring at grafana :)
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11:37 tripty11 the kinda people who use capslock are exactly the kinda people who shouldn't have one.  like drunk shaun, for example
11:37 tripty11 cnf: optics and package / package interconnects are moving to pam-4 serdes
11:37 tripty11 no Viper-7
11:37 tripty11 Dagmar I only have 5.1
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11:55 hhwatson the PBX is reporting the errors in the error log
11:55 hhwatson It takes about 2 minutes to transmit about 400Kb of data into SRAM which is painful.
11:55 hhwatson armu: sort them first
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11:58 dusares21 yeah, other here too though, just post your question?
11:58 dusares21 Stop the flooding.
11:58 dusares21 The git config -l command does show the includeif
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12:08 DivineEntity1 or take a screenshot etc
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12:12 Wren26 Death9164: 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.
12:12 Wren26 at work, so in and out.  'sup?
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12:25 ny0x7 the_document: eg for regular carbon or metal film resistors (not ones designed for high voltage), a 1/4W axial resistor in carbon is rated to 500V, whereas the metal film equivalent is rated to 200V
12:25 ny0x7 jim: End users shouldnt have many problems -- most of the problem occur during administration and setup - not day to day use
12:25 ny0x7 tomreyn, Yes. That's what it looks like. I've just never seen a filesystem installed directly on a storage device without using a partition like that.
12:25 ny0x7 Provided they're registered with NickServ and were identified at the time. If they are not registered, we don't have any service for that
12:25 ny0x7 I have a function in .bashrc foo () { if [ ! -e /tmp/foodone ]; then touch /tmp/foodone && lxterminal -t foo -e 'command foo'; fi }
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12:40 Jybz24 cocreature: I must admit this was a case of copy-paste from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/43​444170/can-a-typeclass-constraint-be-u​sed-in-a-newtype-definition/43444407
12:40 Jybz24 TJ-: it's up to 67 now
12:40 Jybz24 energizer, git commit -am wip; git push
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12:42 deu4 was wondering how /usr/bin/umask would work as it seems to be entirely a shell thing
12:42 deu4 we get influx of automated fake orders all the time
12:42 deu4 it depends on how it was done
12:42 deu4 what happens if I abuse that, and my metric exporter doesn't keep that state
12:42 deu4 in germany
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12:44 JimBuntu9 std::tie works when you need both values
12:44 JimBuntu9 Why does incognito + firefox can see it.
12:44 JimBuntu9 then i can plug my other usb
12:45 JimBuntu9 johnw, comment appreciated, I was over at the math channel. pondering...
12:45 JimBuntu9 win10/storage are read only now.
12:45 JimBuntu9 i guess this is what happens when a language is almost 30 years old
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12:53 countingsort still nuthin. https://pastebin/com/hFxqUEXA
12:53 countingsort dminuoso: ohh let me try that
12:53 countingsort ARgh
12:53 countingsort koala_man, what do you mean "how"?
12:54 countingsort anyone know any good tricks for eliminating backtracking in lpeg?
12:54 countingsort I always wonder, no friends or family to say anything about that? Wtf?
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13:30 lujan24 I don't use any :(
13:30 lujan24 return here produces a list, because that's the type needed and lists have a Monad instance
13:30 lujan24 dyl: law
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13:47 skered28 fortress2: so now we need to use smartctl to initiate a thorough drive self test
13:47 skered28 l was cooler
13:47 skered28 eSim is nice
13:47 skered28 It belongs to the cat man du
13:47 skered28 once it's done proving the work it has to prove that it proved the work over and over
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14:34 bmjen I'm just bored as shit
14:34 bmjen renter?
14:34 bmjen islam became the largest religion by force?
14:34 bmjen *how many ones there are. If there is an even number of ones, then the XOR sum is 0, in case of an odd amount, the sum is 1
14:34 bmjen Ahh, i see.
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14:52 ne does that mean it can't find it remotely, or that it can't find the local submodule folder (as I may have messed that up a bit by trying now)
14:52 ne phogg: and it's not like a root filesystem should be doing any writes most of the time anyway
14:52 ne Damn. I have to boot into recovery to disable SIP... this is gonna be a hassle
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15:02 edmoore14 m00n_urn do you mean with a listener in a pwned machine or what
15:02 edmoore14 why can't you use words instead of broken code?
15:02 edmoore14 but i don't know of any other cases
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15:03 ap0calypse15 Shariff: What does 'showmount -e hostname' show?
15:03 ap0calypse15 Just using a location block.  Trouble is, the location block was hit, but it somehow couldn't find index.php.
15:03 ap0calypse15 Also it brings everything to the table, and I do not need it
15:03 ap0calypse15 Etienne__: negative sizes
15:03 ap0calypse15 hey, this Cabal issue is due to the host proxy settings or something, right? https://gist.github.com/koalaman/​d93445b0d8abd803e11580b989a1a0a6
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15:10 bshelden and some application tuning
15:10 bshelden who comes up with these supermarket deals
15:10 bshelden noob, first, check the drive's SMART info to be sure the drive isnt bad
15:10 bshelden hexnewbie: that's what all the cool kids are doing... removing random system packages
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15:27 KidSK82 also, CTRL-f
15:27 KidSK82 cehteh: python :P
15:27 KidSK82 well that would probably be easy with ffmpeg
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16:02 aso21 then i will start dig
16:02 aso21 the point of this is to sync with an external device
16:02 aso21 (not the biblical, cleft foot type stuff.)
16:02 aso21 it blinks when i upload code, not pressing the reset button
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16:08 madsara_1 that was always the big draw for QT, and probably why they had such a terrible time with themes
16:08 madsara_1 I bet you could change variables using  y = x + 2, so now you want   lim_{y -> 0}  sin(pi y - 2 pi) / [y cos(pi y - 2 pi)]    and now expand that numerator using a trig identity, and by manipulating more reduce it to the use of  lim_{z -> 0} sin(z)/z = 1
16:08 madsara_1 well if you add poisson distributed variables then the sum is poisson distributed with the new lambda being the sum of the old ones
16:08 madsara_1 TL;DR  All the functions like arcsine/arctangent/arccosine will have multiple values because they're cyclic.
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16:35 smlb calling the [0] element is fine, as long as you make sure it always exists
16:35 smlb thanks but it's still not working as expected since the output of a simple script which just output arguments is
16:35 smlb thats the proper way
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16:37 mfriesenegger13 catphish: *nods*
16:37 mfriesenegger13 An inherently 2d notation system cramped into a linear format.
16:37 mfriesenegger13 will leave a trailing space
16:37 mfriesenegger13 i just tried the v3 that I think you were trying and it popped right up
16:37 mfriesenegger13 https://askubuntu.com/a/1032384/493223  <-- another (of many) that say this.
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16:38 mati8912 cabal controls package databases by installing packages and their dependencies and such
16:38 mati8912 .xinitrc ftw.
16:38 mati8912 USD 945,147,885 in Chile Government...
16:38 mati8912 .age united kingdom
16:38 mati8912 alexandre9099: Well, there's your first problem.
16:38 mati8912 and he has almost no specs on the mini
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16:44 Neoon26 It's data, not information >.>
16:44 Neoon26 What you have shown us in IRC will work if "$1" is quoted.  There is something more that you are not showing us.
16:44 Neoon26 negate
16:44 Neoon26 tho i think it should reach 2400 on cb r15
16:44 Neoon26 I just noticed I haven't built a kernel manually in a loooong time %) I hope linux still supports bz2...
16:44 Neoon26 What is schema.org?
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16:46 ivoks27 gdibass: you can test whether it's DNS by trying to ping IP addresses rather than names
16:46 ivoks27 0.01627335 ┃⠖⠒⠶⠛⠋⠉⠁⠀⠈⠙⠉⢳⣄⡀⢠⡀⠀⠀⢸⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⢀​⢠⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⡇⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⢀⣐⠋⠀⠀⠀
16:46 ivoks27 i need a dremmel tool also
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17:27 brieweb3 ( to run a different X session within the current one )
17:27 brieweb3 like everything released on major labels
17:27 brieweb3 Yes, i generally start from a preconfigured setup, but i remove all the commented out or redundant lines
17:27 brieweb3 There's no "runlevels" on systemd, though.
17:27 brieweb3 the @Variant seems weird
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17:28 brieweb3 n2: i'd still like to limit current or cutoff at a programmable current just so i can test boards that may have low impedence shorts
17:28 Guest95822 hi powabanga you should drink trees
17:28 Guest95822 admin ayyyyyyyyyy
17:28 Guest95822 Monero (XMR) is #10. Last price $98.16 / ฿0.01570493. 24h volume $33,309,985 changed -9.02%. Market cap $1,609,834,849. Available / total coin supply 16,399,411 / 16,399,411.
17:28 Guest95822 you may be seeing the result of minimal-responses being enabled, which isn't a bad idea for recursive systems
17:28 Guest95822 (then you can extend to "improper" ones on unbounded intervals, as limits of finite-interval Riemann integral values)
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18:27 Guest50864 guess you're not pro enough to use proftp
18:27 Guest50864 now am fully secured
18:27 Guest50864 nickspoon: https://sanctum.geek.nz/cgit/d​otfiles.git/commit/?id=a7cfe71
18:27 Guest50864 Habbie: https://travis-ci.org/Mudlet/Mudlet/jobs/431097965
18:27 Guest50864 because then you have a reason to shoot up the place
18:27 Guest50864 sure does.
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18:50 fredrikh1 allure: get a router that has the capability to deal with two WAN interfaces, and ... I suppose use policy-based-routing.
18:50 fredrikh1 i'll test it now but i'm pretty sure it just works
18:50 fredrikh1 bgp all the way
18:50 fredrikh1 wine/qemu?
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19:17 zbenjamin9 the bᥱѕt amοᥒɡst yο∪ ɑre thоse ᴡho ⅼᥱarn aᥒd tеасh quran
19:17 zbenjamin9 likewise, if you decide that you want to have todo items served as /todo/entries, not /todo/items, you have to change 3 routes, independently
19:17 zbenjamin9 either that or they stopped scaling on 14nm already
19:17 zbenjamin9 the gui stuff is just a blessing recently so its more usable not just on servers or for major "power users" or whatever
19:17 zbenjamin9 i think being a troll requires intent
19:17 zbenjamin9 hopefully they fixed that already
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19:36 sujeet21 Oh noe one fingered mouse!
19:36 sujeet21 i've noticed that since the apple talk
19:36 sujeet21 that is a consumer side
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19:46 libertas24 2.5 cents
19:46 libertas24 but my new computer worked
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20:41 Emantor6 say I just had one commit in my branch; now each time I rebase to master, i get duplicate log message of same commit
20:41 Emantor6 triceratux, affirmative.
20:41 Emantor6 I personally don't like ubuntu, but if I was going to recommend someone new to linux i would recommend ubuntu.
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20:47 Paks very nasty.
20:47 Paks Good healthy churn after not being run for several days.
20:47 Paks Monero price in USD = $123.28
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21:10 Bugson why would I have written "write a bind function" if it was built in?
21:10 Bugson with bitrate added, the output udp stream is perfect CBR, without that parameter so-so...
21:10 Bugson hmm, hw to make compgen -f give all files deep (files in subfolders too)
21:10 Bugson vtr.net... are you from the US?
21:10 Bugson Why do we think of R^n as having a canonical basis, but not, say, the tangent space of a single arbitrarily chosen point on a torus?
21:10 Bugson yeah, was about to link what crux-capacitor did
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21:28 onculayn and used the money to buy 60 forks for work
21:28 onculayn Camusensei: 2 0
21:28 onculayn set -o vi  in any bash shell
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22:10 estranger12 doJailbreak doesn’t do the job, it actually requires a newer version of hpack afaik
22:10 estranger12 zenix_2k2: that's the windows bootloader yes
22:10 estranger12 redfoot, yes, still it is cancerous
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22:33 bremner6 http://i.4cdn.org/g/1537143442137s.jpg
22:33 bremner6 Monero price in USD = $127.65
22:33 bremner6 fucksaw?
22:33 bremner6 figuring it our urself has to be best way
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22:51 Screedo16 ah yea their secret key
22:51 Screedo16 or objects that exist in the past present and future at the same time maybe, I'm on the fence.
22:51 Screedo16 the pathspec would be the 'foo/**' part.
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23:07 killjoye its not my chip
23:08 killjoye and how would i determine the type of that pointer?
23:08 killjoye (Likewise P(B|A) = P(B|~A) = P(B))
23:08 killjoye kludge: I could do it with a uC but that's cheating
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23:13 divVerent now i'll try the apt-get install -f && apt autoremove
23:13 divVerent hey folks, so when I have my branch, I push my changes into it
23:13 divVerent XC for cheap
23:13 divVerent yeah so it has no ipv4 address, thats what ripe is likely complaining about
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23:14 sol1d10 all kinda
23:14 sol1d10 tdn: that might be a bit too specific for a single general purpose tool
23:14 sol1d10 0/tcp closed unknown
23:14 sol1d10 cause what's more likely... you are an unemployable genius who is being maligned by the world-- or you don't know wtf youre doing.
23:14 sol1d10 they havr a free trial on the website
23:14 sol1d10 I don't have an SS wire brush :)
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23:33 kcud_dab12 well it's a dead end then nothing more to do I guess, then I shouldn't waste more time on it unless it's a recurring thing
23:33 kcud_dab12 Helenah: so ping does not have the suid bit set on your system, which is unusual. are you actually running ubuntu there?
23:33 kcud_dab12 denmark is a bunch of kinky retards. thats about it .
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23:42 robotbill0 df -h
23:42 robotbill0 Now THAT I can't help with quite so directly. :D
23:43 robotbill0 darkmeson: i suspect imap/pop3 arent allowed with our email service
23:43 robotbill0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S031Ljd4CgE
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23:55 xboner tfw a guy in #adolfcoin was better than you guys at chess
23:55 xboner yawkat: :( nacl use the chacha cipher
23:55 xboner Beren: ok, it's a bad error message
23:55 xboner and I do VoIP, so at 'low' speed the QoS is usefull, at higher speed it is not

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