Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #deepin, 2018-09-30

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00:02 cohn29 isolatedvirus: no, that's what CoW means, copy-on-write, so that if a block exists in the live system and 2 snapshots, but nothing is writing to that block, the live system and both snapshots can "share" that block
00:02 cohn29 Penguin:  have you never used `top`?
00:02 cohn29 limbo_: vim is the secondary screen
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00:44 weinholt19 brasero, k3b xfburn..
00:44 weinholt19 for some reason i can't get this keyboard thing to work ...
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00:44 fnutt3 bls: i actually dont know it is a quandry
00:44 fnutt3 great (Y)
00:44 fnutt3 so you often do have to disable it
00:44 fnutt3 is that a quotient space?
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01:00 Ironhand9 let me find the module name
01:00 Ironhand9 yea i have all those repos in my sources.list
01:00 Ironhand9 SpeedEvil: Gotta find something fancier.
01:00 Ironhand9 well thanks anyways
01:00 Ironhand9 https://www.asus.com/Motherb​oards/TUF-X470-PLUS-GAMING/
01:00 Ironhand9 doesn't that just mean unregistered users can't /query ?
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01:06 syndr13 true.. many programs never make it to 1.x, yet they work fine
01:06 syndr13 (2) Compared to studying baby Rudin, what are greatest difficulties in studying Folland/Stain?
01:07 syndr13 they are not useful in general
01:07 syndr13 When I installed the OS from scratch, it was 17.04 (I think..)
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01:18 Mac10115 JIZHANHUANG, have you considered modifying old exercises into new ones?
01:19 Mac10115 coroner, That's waay off ._. I live in Sri Lanka.
01:19 Mac10115 maybe it was intentional
01:19 Mac10115 does atmel studio like it too?
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02:22 bparker1 TvL2386, I was a former Ubuntu user, have moved on to Solus and now move back to Ubuntu
02:22 bparker1 stop doing it WRONG
02:22 bparker1 the one I mentioned
02:22 bparker1 Because that's how you decided to draw the triangle?
02:23 bparker1 if it's that that's fine.
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02:42 jonathanwash9 If I have two images, is it possible to create a resulting image from only the identical pixels between them with FFmpeg?
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02:57 drewes huh.  -not.  that was easy.
02:57 drewes Might be a Windows permission thing, then.
02:58 drewes Are you talking about pets or strays?
02:58 drewes i think now he wants bijectivity
02:58 drewes everything that lead you to nuking it to start over
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05:05 flugger21 oh hey tawr yes!
05:06 flugger21 I'll see what I can find. I might have set something weird without remembering it.
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05:13 purplepod ah thttpd is retired so it didn't get f28 or f29 branches
05:13 purplepod it's on gitlab now
05:13 purplepod spreeuw: Spot on! network is unreachable
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05:57 ineb11 I don't understand the question, but OpenVPN can work in TCP mode as an option
05:57 ineb11 From learning C++ these past few months, the difficult parts are references, value types, pointers, resource management, exception handling (with all subtleties), construction, overloading...
05:57 ineb11 maurer++
05:57 ineb11 Noble prize!
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06:16 ZachBacon17 clay: what you are looking for is a reverse shell
06:16 ZachBacon17 It seems like :s/old/new/% should do it.
06:16 ZachBacon17 (,_` --( ,.'.._,-'  )
06:16 ZachBacon17 Feel free to take it to PM with the person who seemed interested in helping you, assuming they are interested in talking about it. I didn't mean to shut the conversation down abruptly. I just meant that we tend to discourage offtopic conversation here.
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06:18 Hammen6 Is there a difference between something built with "hard float" and for "arm64"?
06:18 Hammen6 nice DoF as well
06:18 Hammen6 which mode
06:18 Hammen6 long time i didn't steal bots from ircds
06:19 Hammen6 is there a meaningful difference between the type (a,b,c) and the type ((a,b),c) ?
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06:41 starz0r27 (unless it's in some really weird place under either / or /home which I don't see happening)
06:41 starz0r27 Kaedenn1: yes you can, attach to an existing screen with 'screen -x'
06:41 starz0r27 i met your older brother zero_cool
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07:23 ioudas^working it's even worse than i thought
07:24 ioudas^working they gonna fuckin run outta letters
07:24 ioudas^working Triffid_Hunter: I'd say debian by a live-cd/usb :)
07:24 ioudas^working chromeos is used predominantly in schools because it can be locked down to the base minimum of “internet browsing”
07:24 ioudas^working most ppl trip on that
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07:47 fakeful12 phy1729, :)
07:47 fakeful12 anyone have an opinion whether this is a good way to build a battery? or whether welding is essential? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vruzend-DIY-Solde​rless-18650-Battery-Holders-No-Spot-Welding-​Colour-Coded-/323371080477?oid=322876667116
07:47 fakeful12 lately nyc got in the news with a few spectacular underground vault fires
07:47 fakeful12 when you open a file with less +F <file> it does not allow you to simply type 'q' to quit, you must ctrl+shift+c then q
07:47 fakeful12 i can't because when i want to upload the ISP sketch for that it errors
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08:17 jolros12 the type signature you give is incompatible with the function's implementation
08:17 jolros12 so we slowly become harbour to those type.
08:17 jolros12 i started using irc when I was 7 heh
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08:21 Demosthenex3 can you upgrade the ram on that laptop?
08:22 Demosthenex3 The box i'm on right now has it's ssh keys from sometime in 2015, but /'s oldest time has the time approximate to a reboot I made earier in the week, so it's probably getting updated by a mount or something
08:22 Demosthenex3 Went ahead and clicked the button.  I can't imagine anyone complaining.
08:22 Demosthenex3 most good DNS hosts have an API that certbot can work with
08:22 Demosthenex3 merpnderp: true true
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09:39 Player-2 master is just a branch as any other
09:39 Player-2 romainl: everyone thinks that until they use it! :)
09:39 Player-2 i spent most of a lan party building a website for the lan party, with another (older) guy, in PHP 3
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09:39 lometur14 xq, your for loop is already checking for fail()
09:39 lometur14 I have le certs for mstrangled.net subdomains
09:40 lometur14 my mum was a little larger than average and she always complained about how heavy they were
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09:49 hrnz4 which kind of makes sense
09:49 hrnz4 or i can just snip off the pvc from the current test leads and replace it with silicone
09:49 hrnz4 “ and ” are not valid. They must be " instead.
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10:28 brentd MarcelineVQ: one could use scanl to pair the running sum with the values, and then use the regular span function, but i want the original tail without the paired sums
10:28 brentd :t \f g -> flip (flip f . g)
10:28 brentd \x ah i saw that one, but not with weed
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11:30 StopAndDecrypt8 the tune he starts at 60 sec is pretty sweet
11:30 StopAndDecrypt8 baring my soul here
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12:48 HrdwrBoB9 then just haul that laubndry basket right down to old Suds'n'Duds
12:48 HrdwrBoB9 so I don't blow up memory with a big UPDATE?
12:48 HrdwrBoB9 I learned touch typing this year! like proper touch typing. and gosh, it was worth it
12:48 HrdwrBoB9 base64 is ascii
12:48 HrdwrBoB9 but you can get fucked on anayting
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13:04 hashworks1 payment address as user and email as password
13:04 hashworks1 Shmam: ok, then just: sudo fsck -p /dev/nvme0n1p7
13:04 hashworks1 you need an old version of the airport utility to set it up… and like you found out airplay doesnt really work any more
13:04 hashworks1 unyu: But isn't that the subset notation?
13:05 hashworks1 > A catalog is a document that describes the desired system state for one specific computer. It lists all of the resources that need to be managed, as well as any dependencies between those resources.
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13:29 i__ron2 It's actually a file?
13:30 i__ron2 mniip: Can I inhibit the STG closure memoizing the result value through a pragma?
13:30 i__ron2 Smilex: ^- this would be an example of a function: Void -> Int
13:30 i__ron2 \x: set title to "creppy cake day"
13:30 i__ron2 grsync would be CrazyTux
13:30 i__ron2 <nhandler19> With ⲟᥙr ⅠᏒC аⅾ ѕеrvіce уⲟu cɑᥒ rᥱɑⅽһ a ɡⅼഠbаⅼ аuԁⅰеᥒcᥱ оf ᥱntrеprᥱnеᥙrs ɑnⅾ fᥱᥒtаnуl аԁⅾictѕ ᴡith ехtrɑоrdiᥒɑry ᥱngaɡeⅿеᥒt rɑtеsǃ һttрѕː⁄᜵ᴡⅰllⅰɑⅿрⅰtcосk.сοⅿ⧸
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14:39 justache16 Nawab: Yeah, those guys on #bash are gurus, and I'm convinced that there isn't a question you can ask that doens't have a page on their wiki.
14:39 justache16 Compu-Celebi: basically a facility which lets you look up hostnames by a number of different methods
14:39 justache16 ziggylazer: check your logic for min
14:39 justache16 Fretegi: tomreyn is afk for a while
14:40 justache16 I am booting Ubuntu 18.04 AVLinux and Kali
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14:45 Antony_17 Viper-7: yeah, i would just need the centers, not the extents
14:45 Antony_17 Hi from Germany.. kinda late hereH...
14:45 Antony_17 if you also want the count of distinct users, that's also doable
14:45 Antony_17 vegii: https://www.ebay.com/p/Cleo-Skribent-Messograf-​Vernier-Caliper-With-a-Ballpoint-Pen/1802765118 this one is actually cool. The chinese one is actually kinda shitty.
14:45 Antony_17 ask chron0's buddy.
14:45 Antony_17 BrainWork: nope, but then version-controlling the source is fine.
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14:52 cliluw pan ap per tennant is such a giant mess
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15:06 naturalog18 alright, I'm on that :)
15:06 naturalog18 I'm a volkwagen man, sorry
15:07 naturalog18 anymore
15:07 naturalog18 ##linux *
15:07 naturalog18 poor as fuck
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15:39 manjeets9 If you mental model of a programming language is incomplete, that's no problem as long as you're aware of what you don't know.
15:39 manjeets9 :example
15:39 manjeets9 that accepting mymonero
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17:07 DrWaluigi0 do bears have that good a sense of smell?
17:07 DrWaluigi0 [11m26s ago] <dave9> yep [10m56s ago] <untakenstupidnic> and what happened to the nine other daves? [10m17s ago] <dave9> i'm a pussy cat [5m14s ago] <untakenstupidnic> if i write into middle of a file will it overwrite the things there?
17:07 DrWaluigi0 tomreyn, I get it now. Thanks :-)
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17:16 Snow-Man24 just put a counter in
17:16 Snow-Man24 Z-module: Ahhhh I see. x-> 6 but g(x) is there so
17:16 Snow-Man24 Unlimiter: The distance to 1 is halved at each step, the distance starts positive, half of a positive number is positive.
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17:39 morphix13 When you say not to use set-e and to implement your own error checking are you talking about using traps or some other technique?
17:39 morphix13 i would back all that crap up first or dump it
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18:24 kpavic16 not saying it isn't crude per se, but has to be less so than similar
18:24 kpavic16 dadabidet maybe?: If new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they may go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports - See also !packaging
18:24 kpavic16 or edit the script :)
18:24 kpavic16 lilkuz2005: That's.... Bluetooth specific issues.
18:24 kpavic16 Upstream renamed their project. Do I follow the standard renaming process to package the new versions of the renamed project? https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packag​e_Renaming_Process#Re-review_required
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19:29 kapil___ What compression types do you accept, what hashing types do you accept, what symmetric and asymmetric encryption types do you accept
19:29 kapil___ i'll hold your beer
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20:44 jn__14 hah, i think the sleeper on the channel waits for me to speak then launches his spam bots
20:44 jn__14 if you modify the buffer and then do :wq again (a second time) it will not quit
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20:48 dan6423 miczac: man gitrevisions
20:48 dan6423 Or even if it's just stored in a vector, that vector could change the address of the objects if the vector isn't using pointers.
20:48 dan6423 so there's no way to diagnose the issue? :(
20:48 dan6423 Yes, even french.
20:49 dan6423 epony: is that Theo's setup? :D
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21:00 TheSphinX^2 idek if my password was right LOL
21:00 TheSphinX^2 other kinds of movement are much more effective
21:01 TheSphinX^2 sobersabre: no
21:01 TheSphinX^2 illumos = not illumnati OS, it equals terrorist
21:01 TheSphinX^2 phinxy: ...or even a framebuffer mode, which could be all manner of color paletts
21:01 TheSphinX^2 Let we declare int arr[5][2]; then in most of the cases value of arr is &a[0]. Now my confussion is how a[0] is equal to &a[0][0]?
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21:15 regner26 bomb-on his internet is 115kbs
21:15 regner26 gotta appreciate Amazon - unless you pay extra for prime or pay for special shipping, the free shipping is basically "we'll sit on it for a week before boxing anything up."
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22:34 admincomplex24 i would use the compression you want and then leave it
22:34 admincomplex24 Compu-Celebi: thats axiomatic. always check the repo for your distro (& related distros) before embarking on the toolchain install
22:34 admincomplex24 I think there are lots of things where half a century ago, computers were less generally available, and being able to compute things by hand was an important skill
22:34 admincomplex24 well it's a char *txt
22:34 admincomplex24 sleep well, thanks!!
22:35 admincomplex24 actually it was added in issue 6, which i think is 2001
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22:42 ToucanSam i asked siri the weather "it's nice outside 69 degrees"
22:42 ToucanSam ah, ok, though I think that might be quite bad for performance
22:42 ToucanSam I just heard they have something in the pipe relating better batteries
22:42 ToucanSam lag: Fair enough.
22:42 ToucanSam Hadn't thought of that method myself. I'll have to look into that, as I set my device.description properties for my devices, to make them easier to understand than their literal device.name.
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23:14 zhiayang27 SoonCoin is #1405/1890 @ 0.00% ~ $0.00 / 406.34 SOON ~ 1h/1d/7d: 1.99/9.13/-12.13 ~ 24h vol. 6,077.93 SOON / $14.95
23:14 zhiayang27 Khaytsus: yep
23:14 zhiayang27 That's OK, we can just pad it with zeros!
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23:55 azlev27 the derivation path depends on the type of wallet, which address you want to generate, etc
23:55 azlev27 lavenders: bash, running in your terminal emulator, instead of running scripts.

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