Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #deepin, 2018-09-29

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02:03 zichy18 A malicious server could serve up a script based upon if it were a browser connecting vs curl
02:03 zichy18 its probably just an a2 peice of paper
02:03 zichy18 Yes, that's the default location... if you don't have a clue, maybe noone changed it ^^;
02:04 zichy18 I'm not aware of any special cases that would apply in these examples, but it's possible I missed something
02:04 zichy18 cuz
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02:10 Kinroy8 darkmeson, yeah, thanks for confirming.  i figured they'd be on top of it and zbox had dropped the ball.  but good to know.  what about the amd gpu builtin to cpus?  if I go amd route
02:10 Kinroy8 Hi. I'm trying to devise a syntax to compose functions with different arity and, also, return multiple values (so tuples).
02:11 Kinroy8 I don't think that's a sufficient explanation though
02:11 Kinroy8 I can't really envision any kind of usecase that could possibly fit the restrictions I'm encountering in suspending containers; am I doing something wrong? Or is this feature just vaporware?
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02:14 Patsie15 its just a dev server
02:14 Patsie15 Hmm, this entry is suspicious:
02:14 Patsie15 Z-module: In handwriting, I can't use different fonts.
02:14 Patsie15 I think, I am doing something wrong here.
02:14 Patsie15 ok , clang head also have the same as Visual Studio 2017 15.8.1
02:14 Patsie15 daum: first command shows you all the groups your user is in
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02:21 jcmdln5 chrisphonk: you want to disable it such that users can't re-enable it?
02:21 jcmdln5 was not able to to access the web page, continually not avail
02:21 jcmdln5 they may do serious solid safe products but maybe not the latest greatest
02:21 jcmdln5 presumably they're kicking fixes back upstream to Wine every once in a while as well
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03:16 acetakwas14 nickspoon: perhaps you are right that thinking a little differently would be easier
03:16 acetakwas14 zumba_ad_, it's because of the WantedBy= in your dynatrace.service file remove that. Then reboot.
03:16 acetakwas14 Question, is it possible to do substring replacements? For instance say I have a job “my-awesome-job”, I know I can use label_replace a regex and backrefs to pull bits of text out and make a new label, but is there any non-crazy way to create a new label where the hyphens are replaced with spaces if there are an unknown number of hyphens in the text?
03:16 acetakwas14 keving - 115.70.71.98 (AU - netname: EXETEL-Broadband-users)
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05:06 sitaram16 booted into emergency mode
05:06 sitaram16 MarcelineVQ: still working. actually yeah it's verbatim from the hutton btw
05:06 sitaram16 nor would it affect my work
05:06 sitaram16 we run something in node.js to support a xip.io-style interface
05:06 sitaram16 IcePic: I need it for some dependency, I started dpb editors/libreoffice
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05:53 chiluk_ rasputozen: Maybe your understanding is incorrect?
05:53 chiluk_ _Coffee: that's not even programming
05:53 chiluk_ on the moment i try ubuntu, so that you guys can help me better ;)
05:53 chiluk_ and now add foralls and some other operations on them
05:53 chiluk_ Hello, I'm having a really bad day. Last night I ran upgrades on my computer and walked away from it. I came back today and the thing was frozen completely. I couldn't do anything so I pushed the button on the front of my computer to restart it. Now I can't get kde or xfce to load. I had it set up to go right into the desktop environment, and now it won't do it. I don't know what to do.
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06:50 m-kad22 adam__: i'm fairly sure they are a troll.
06:50 m-kad22 no_gravi1y, look into tmux
06:50 m-kad22 "all the shell scripts in the directory /etc/profile.d."
06:50 m-kad22 Z-module: I'm confused about the way this book uses continuity. It "requires" a function to be continuous at a point c to say that the limit as x approaches c of (x) is infinity.
06:50 m-kad22 Other bullshits...
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07:00 Fruit9 Please sir, just a refill?
07:00 Fruit9 even though it's really hard to find
07:00 Fruit9 I didn't ask about that
07:00 Fruit9 I think they actually are, used for vaping(?)
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07:03 powera21 i wouldn't consider a soho router a homelab
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07:03 OPK7 if it's from a movie or TV show
07:03 powera21 LTCD: Headline22 just got confused
07:03 OPK7 Yeah on the same line as the quiet splash just add nomodeset
07:03 powera21 but as previously said, I'm not always the example to follow ;)
07:03 OPK7 [157.32.227.173 (AU - NetName: APNIC)]
07:03 OPK7 I know Safari, I believe, can communicate with iOS Safari, to gain access to something akin to developer tools, as it doesn't give you access to that on the phone console itself. but not sure if that requires iTunes..
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08:59 Rickster13 ldz27: yes, it means some outcomes have higher chance than others
08:59 Rickster13 yes, I know, but now there are 41 people on this channel who can't talk at all, and I doubt all of them are spammers
08:59 Rickster13 going back to garbage processed/fast foods caused me 30LBS weight gain in 1 .5 years
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09:24 lilmike8 And it does matter, HSS is a specific subset of tooling steels, which tend to be rather hard (which you want for a tap).
09:24 lilmike8 will always love yaa
09:25 lilmike8 King Taco and Tito's FTW
09:25 lilmike8 _Coffee: No, it's nothing like.
09:25 lilmike8 and that shit was our first gift
09:25 lilmike8 btw what's the tldr of minecraft?
09:25 lilmike8 tomreyn or https://gitlab.com/cryptsetup/cryptsetup​/blob/master/man/cryptsetup-reencrypt.8 ???
09:25 lilmike8 According to this https://manpages.debian.org/stre​tch/util-linux/fstrim.8.en.html it is in the util-linux package which I already had installed.
09:25 lilmike8 a MIME X509 cert
09:25 lilmike8 so the XrSmax line
09:25 lilmike8 line 22 isn't the problem. lines 26-27 are
09:26 lilmike8 Now I want to look at how that yaml is processed to see if one might have more logical benefits than the other, although I don't want to because I suspect it doesn't matter and it's only about how it's read.
09:26 lilmike8 holas
09:26 lilmike8 I'm going to think on that!
09:26 lilmike8 cbreak: well this is one of the functions: https://ideone.com/RDTQsl
09:26 lilmike8 I just call that ignorance, but gotcha
09:26 lilmike8 That kind of fanboyism is not what the programmer community is trying to make today. It'd just a boys club.
09:26 lilmike8 no_gravity: try runnig this -> grep $INTERFACE /proc/net/wireless | awk '{ print int($3 * 100 / 70) }'  does it do what you want?
09:26 lilmike8 they're therefore usually used for different purposes
09:26 lilmike8 phalloid watch the language
09:27 lilmike8 1) learn haskell
09:27 lilmike8 https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/h23​qsemkweo3ftk/MBP15-swollen-battery.jpg <- on the verge of explosion
09:27 lilmike8 othias: I'm not sure what's your definition of 'much more' ... even the UB from earlier with sprintf, only cppcheck caught.
09:27 lilmike8 so by extending the channel with another unit, the left and right pin would just continue on with whatever it was pluged into. Theirfore, you could extend the channel both to both sides.
09:27 lilmike8 if you are using Muon Package manager than just open it and in search box type wine , than select the all wine related apps one by one
09:27 lilmike8 whitevan, what do you want to use it for?
09:27 lilmike8 so you go in and stand in line
09:27 lilmike8 kenthurley: If you read my steps you see that I substituted
09:27 lilmike8 which I tried to epxlain is a volatile function
09:27 lilmike8 dar123: add a grep -v (inverse grep) to your tail
09:28 lilmike8 whats so bad
09:28 lilmike8 Sheenwang, GOXMGO, HORSKY
09:28 lilmike8 djph: in ethernet not an issue when a switch is involved
09:28 lilmike8 we're going to use /mnt as the base.
09:28 lilmike8 I see where you're coming from squirrel
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10:49 jjman \x: 96
10:49 jjman ah ah that was my original question! Why do you say lie brackets are the multiplation in lie _algebras_
10:49 jjman if you want to test $?'s value as a number, use arithmetic context
10:49 jjman As is Ubuntu, Mageia, Fedora, hell, even FreeBSD which isn't even Linux. :p
10:49 jjman "AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'FlagsForFile'   "
10:49 jjman for ink
10:49 jjman -> Your branch is behind 'origin/mejoraClaseEnabler' by 16 commits, and can be fast-forwarded.
10:50 jjman what about iabbrev?
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10:53 ekl24 Compu-Celebi:  you seem like you appreciate pedantic specific definitions.  Homoiconicity is a property of some BUT NOT ALL programming languages.  one that is homoiconic code _is_ data.
10:53 ekl24 what is `<old-value>` and `<path-to-your-library>` ?
10:54 ekl24 So your saying x ~ y if and only if (x)^-1 = y or x * y = e?
10:54 ekl24 i just installed and didnt add anything
10:54 ekl24 any of you guys pull api data into google sheets? Was using this cryptofinance plugin but now the data is all pegged and they want you to buy a data subscription to their proxy server... there must be a better way
10:54 ekl24 it avoid that whole legal slippery slope
10:54 ekl24 You knew that, right?
10:54 ekl24 pⅼɑnеts are nⲟt doiᥒɡ Αⅼlaһ iѕ doⅰᥒɡ
10:54 ekl24 that was too much
10:54 ekl24 << X{}.i; struct X { int i{0}; };
10:54 ekl24 [81.246.240.178 (BE - netname: BE-SKYNET-ADSL1)
10:55 ekl24 sibiria: oh, the arch matters a lot... there isn't much of a market (nor appetite) for non-x86 windows apps
10:55 ekl24 lin_noob, the "theoretically possible" scenarios are the ones that malicious people can exploit for bad purposes
10:55 ekl24 Anyone have any really elaborate pf setups with CARP/pfsync?
10:55 ekl24 is this a fs corruption?
10:55 ekl24 You don't have to read it end-to-end.
10:55 ekl24 #include <linux/mm.h>
10:55 ekl24 hi; I'm a bit stumped; I've got a function definition that is sourced in my ~/.bashrc. The function is live in my interactive shell. From that shell, I fire a script which checks for that function with 'command -v "myfunction"', but it fails finding it... I thought it should be available to child processes as well?
10:55 ekl24 I am not a fan of HP scopes
10:55 ekl24 and you'll have a local composer.phar.
10:55 ekl24 splud: yeah
10:55 ekl24 communism is great
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11:31 Alkanor moⅿ is ᥒοt ԁⲟiᥒg Allaһ is ⅾoiᥒg
11:31 Alkanor [2018-09-19 18:33:24] READY (CPU) threads 8(8) huge pages 0/8 0% memory 16.0 MB
11:31 Alkanor Blondie101010: shows NO-CARRIER
11:31 Alkanor adrian_1908, it's the right link for me o.o
11:31 Alkanor *the first they
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11:59 Rhuarc19 okkatta: your PoC is very easy.
11:59 Rhuarc19 I do have some external from the site... but it should be easy to remove those... if I had them on a single line... and can remove those.
11:59 Rhuarc19 and
11:59 Rhuarc19 2.14.2 and 2.94 are *stable*... why haven't the repos been updated?
11:59 Rhuarc19 Apocx, wouldn't surprise me if they have special agreements with UPS or USPS that allows the carriers to put pressure back on amazon for controlling the flow in return for price reduction or something. =)
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12:08 armin24 is it always a fixed number of lines?
12:08 armin24 ski, the sum one
12:08 armin24 i would do that indeed
12:08 armin24 real 0.012  user 0.008  sys 0.000
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13:07 brrm19 Pepper steak and it was fixed in a little bit different way
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13:29 tonymec|away28 lets ask Corpo once he gets online
13:29 tonymec|away28 pingfloyd: maybe her
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13:47 hotfuzz18 i'll try memoserv
13:47 hotfuzz18 It helps them learn object permanence
13:48 hotfuzz18 grazfather: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.
13:48 hotfuzz18 Wait I don't get why anyone would choose mob over vlc. Please explain the appeal
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14:19 EddyS18 forgot what i wanted to ask you that i pinged you on
14:19 EddyS18 bipul: in other words, do it in a subshell.
14:19 EddyS18 [irssi] ailin-nemui opened pull request #911: Revert "Flag topic as unset if it is zero length" - https://git.io/fNFUa
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14:28 led_belly10 Gooby323: yeah!!
14:28 led_belly10 BD is high power, low frequency
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15:21 TheSin12 Hey there! A simple sketch with an empty setup() and an empty loop() function apparently uses 246107 bytes of program memory space (using a NodeMCU/ESP8266)
15:21 TheSin12 but you'll have to subtree merge for that
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15:31 keep_learning when i use this commande always i have a retard/lag on the begging of the video during ~8second
15:31 keep_learning but i never lookup a set inside it of a particular length
15:31 keep_learning it types "//a comment here", "//another comment here"... all over the code
15:32 keep_learning well i use it when i don't use jack
15:32 keep_learning ZirconiumX: you don't need std::tuple
15:32 keep_learning Entfremdung: You can /join #archlinux now.
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16:06 mrq cooperation always leads to success for both. copetition always leads to success for one
16:06 mrq That's the partition i have linux on
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17:06 Liothen16 with a current limited supply, if the battery wants more, you will see the voltage drop
17:06 Liothen16 well I was referring to the swap parition, depends on where it is on the disk
17:06 Liothen16 EriC^ sadly I dont believe that is the case since we have used the drive multiple times and before the "power outage" issue the system loaded it mounted and worked perfectly.   Is there some sort of lockfile somewhere for active file trasnfers possibly?
17:06 Liothen16 feel free to pm me with whatever you want to talk about but we also dont interfere with how channels are run unless they are violating network policy
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17:40 stoffepojken4 I could also take up strangling Apple apologists to build up forearm strength, but I might get in trouble for that. Also, I don't think arm strength is the problem, it is straining to reach the far side of the phone with my thumb one handed.
17:40 stoffepojken4 a signal from Linus that the project is compromised
17:40 stoffepojken4 SeepingN: we were talking purely about interface speed
17:40 stoffepojken4 you should join a band
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18:52 michaelxin24 more than a few dozen files, though, and it starts to crumble
18:52 michaelxin24 I don't date middle eastern women, either
18:52 michaelxin24 https://github.com/KristinaEtc/allah-message
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19:51 bytesighs3 Wait, CCC existed before TM?
19:51 bytesighs3 [ The Future of Online Video is Pornhub | STOKED 1 - YouTube ] - www.youtube.com
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20:04 bromofo9326 *hugs*
20:04 bromofo9326 when the price for electricity goes up like a sky-roket?
20:05 bromofo9326 well, *code in your case
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20:41 flyingkiwi22 some packages are installed in parallel, the worst offenders are python, icu, and boost
20:41 flyingkiwi22 it would have been nice if grub2 itself had implemented that
20:41 flyingkiwi22 mebbe i should get one and join the nvme meme
20:41 flyingkiwi22 I mean you get the hang of some demonstration and then you get the idea and then you are good to go
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21:45 himmijimmy21 yeah a very good one
21:46 himmijimmy21 Ariakenom: I actually found that do notation impeded my haskell learning to start with.
21:46 himmijimmy21 [11:15:36] <[R]> [11:12:22] <[R]> Condor: how is killing the script any differnet then exiting the script?
21:46 himmijimmy21 I think that he overreacted in public when he famously said F*** Nvidia
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22:00 Saulzar <msmith> is that with or without an argument? specifically, is that running state.highstate or state.sls?
22:00 Saulzar zubair: for what purpose?
22:01 Saulzar more likely some weird C code.
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22:37 mducharme11 dza: :%s/source/:r/
22:37 mducharme11 How can I clone the private repo?
22:37 mducharme11 hp naming
22:37 mducharme11 Pentode: haha.. you are even more old school than I am :D
22:37 mducharme11 so just create pack/whatever/start and pack/whatever/opt
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22:41 tpendragon11 regeges yes.
22:41 tpendragon11 did you see the video where someone pretends to make his brother invisible and the whole family pretends not to see him?
22:41 tpendragon11 if you don't have an inherent invalid value in your range, you create a compound type with a bool isPresent flag or something, and then wrap it for if() testing
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22:57 dzejrou I still don't want to use a huge phone
22:57 dzejrou GitHub periodically runs GC in repos, so they'll disappear in a hile
22:57 dzejrou JimBuntu: In response to MarkB2 eariler... some programs may send output to Terminal when launched from termianl, and syslog when launched from gui. it would be an application specific option that would be in the documentation of the application.
22:58 dzejrou I'd like to get back to the shell after "writing new label"
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23:03 maxxer26 hat said, I just enabled the "mDNS Reflector" setting on my EdgeRouter X, and everything Just Worked™. I'm just curious about how this works - is it passing multicast UDP packets from either VLAN to one another? Does this sort of defeat the purpose of having separate VLANs? Is it dangerous?
23:03 maxxer26 There is a whitelist that's available as part of the MDM profile system (means you need macOS Server 5 or better with Apple Profile Manager or a third-party MDM system like SimpleMDM or Jamf) but it needs to be configured before you start installing things.
23:03 maxxer26 It's just less effort/cost/time to extract the key from the human :)
23:03 maxxer26 err, the docs say it's possible to associate one alias with multiple indices. what does that do?
23:03 maxxer26 never mind this. back to DAGs
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