Camelia, the Perl 6 bug

IRC log for #deepin, 2018-10-05

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01:20 mjvoge02IY joined #deepin
01:20 mjvoge02IY It had been 14 days and 3 hours since someone was following a online tutorial without realizing how terrible and inaccurate it was.
01:20 mjvoge02IY wtf is this format...
01:20 mjvoge02IY JacksonIsaac: You can put multiple keys in the authorized keys box in FAS, I'm fairly sure.
01:20 mjvoge02IY Dice24, paste your /etc/systemd/system/qbittorrent-nox.service
01:20 mjvoge02IY Well, yes
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01:28 ChurchUz chrisphonk: my last post was for you
01:28 ChurchUz since apparently meta-module overwrote documentation for linux shadow module
01:28 ChurchUz That's not true.  Your user will still detect different vim sessions trying to edit the same file
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01:42 Guest17606 Ah, yes. That's pretty damning evidence, combined with some common sense of `why would runtime be using string-lookups`. Very fair.
01:42 Guest17606 (and directory matches without a trailing / are forcibly redirected to have a / at the end..)
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01:42 rfolsomLs We have a fraction * natural number, but for example (3/5) * 5 = 3
01:42 rfolsomLs yes, most of the stuff, but you will still have to do things like vim.eval(some vimL crap)
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01:46 pedro3005RF phogg: agreed
01:46 pedro3005RF But yes Aes128 is a little faster
01:46 pedro3005RF spynxic: the point I'm trying to make (which, by the way, is my personal viewpoint, not a sacred viewpoint necessarily common to all mathematicians), is that an object *is* its definition
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02:09 nomasterAN Just that there are lots of them in any environment and thermal expansion will provide some randomness too.
02:09 nomasterAN ##metaphysics
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03:04 Arcarcarc Because it is
03:04 Arcarcarc lol - we're actually talking about mail transfer agents here :-P
03:04 Arcarcarc Hi. I am trying to install OpenBSD on my system. Installer booting up gets stuck at "0:1:0: bridge mem address conflict 0xfa000000/0x1100000". Is there any way to fix this problem?
03:04 Arcarcarc surely you're a better man progma?
03:04 Arcarcarc if you have something like Sum n=1 to inf of a_n
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08:21 johnathan A URL is an *address*, which means it needs to be specific, which sort of belies the notion that it can be simplified.
08:21 johnathan rootroot, how about a logic probe? =)
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10:32 stevestcz hm lol
10:32 stevestcz when i do ./myscript
10:32 stevestcz and has the same lifetime requirements
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11:53 steveeJoU luckaly i have the keyboard incrypted
11:53 steveeJoU M5M400: I'm not a channel operator!
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12:03 scuzzuX ioria: asked in release
12:03 scuzzuX BlazingBlckBeard: i programmed an arduino uno r3 with the arduinoisp sketch. Then connected this arduino with the uno i want to program following the directions in "how to wire your boards" here: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/ArduinoISP
12:03 scuzzuX and presumably cqueues has emitted ~6 queries to get to this point
12:03 scuzzuX can we talk in msg
12:03 scuzzuX did not help
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13:19 CuriousLearnerwM btw what do you have to do with them
13:19 CuriousLearnerwM you've one translation unit with debugging on and another with debugging off?
13:19 CuriousLearnerwM Hi, I have a linux host running a qemu-kvm windows 10 VM with samba network share enabled on an host-only network. I was able to access my host machine in the guest windows network folder, but the qemu folder inside it was giving permission errors, when i tried to open it. I have the sharedfoler inside my home directory, and i read onlie that I have to use chmod +x /home/, chmod +x /home/user , chmod +x /home/user/sambashare to solve this
13:19 CuriousLearnerwM I'm suck with the command line
13:19 CuriousLearnerwM It was a quite interesting article.
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14:13 cmurphy|vacation oldlaptop: did you file the crashes? c++ developers might actually fix a sane stacktrace :)
14:13 cmurphy|vacation I'm not saying that's exactly how it works, because I don't know, I'm just trying to describe how it could work and actually speed stuff up
14:13 cmurphy|vacation whenever a truck went by, my net would drop
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14:22 meskaruneiP Well git status shows that doesn't it, depending on where tracking is set right
14:22 meskaruneiP i usually do that too. its nice to separate instances of tabs on different monitors
14:22 meskaruneiP Mochi101: 370,000
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14:39 Bombo Ohh... and candied yams
14:39 Bombo I'm supposed to first create/initialize an array of chars called originalArray to those chars, create a function called deleteRepeats that goes through that array and rewrites it somehow so that it only has 3 entries (and can keep count of how many are no longer there), then declare a smart pointer (maybe like shared_ptr<char> noRepeats(new char);) which I will then assign the new array to using
14:39 Bombo So SSH(D) needs to have somewhere path to GSS library. The other options is something I found called mechglue. Which is another layer between SSH(D) and GSS library.
14:40 Bombo br: odd...
14:40 Bombo ng*
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14:49 }ls{Lc you're looking for +F
14:49 }ls{Lc man weechat is so hard. think i might just go back to hexchat
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15:21 kensanata my wife is mad at me, it's 3am
15:21 kensanata but it's a buit crap
15:21 kensanata mοοᥒ іs ᥒഠt doiᥒɡ Αⅼlаh iѕ doiᥒg
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18:57 Caspan|Vacation I think if echo $HISTFILESIZE gives me 200000, my .bashrc was excecuted.
18:57 Caspan|Vacation Recently, there was a preparation for liblensfun, but it was not finished.
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19:12 EastAPOLOkr ~13kb = ~150ms, ~130kb = ~15 secs
19:12 EastAPOLOkr People the only solution I see is to run your own synapse instance, thats the whole point of decentralisation.  I am running one for family and its pretty nice and stable.
19:12 EastAPOLOkr well 1700 would go in the semi fried asus prime
19:12 EastAPOLOkr I guess so, not sure
19:12 EastAPOLOkr gnat42: setting--privacy--location service off
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21:31 m_101Es asics is doing
21:31 m_101Es s/understand/satisfy/
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21:31 odyniec_Ct oh yeah candybar i remember that one
21:32 odyniec_Ct hi, is there a comman on linux terminal i can use to find free space left?
21:32 odyniec_Ct the mice (macro keys) do not!
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22:05 tcbernerCf pingfloyd: dude it's too hard for me now, may gone some time and I will understand :)
22:05 tcbernerCf LiENUS, Oh, the word " Yellow disc" literally refer to " The porn movie discs".
22:05 tcbernerCf Bunk: It costs too many seconds to do that.
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22:24 des^eP still cant get x-term fonts big, but is ok, i will learn to deal with it
22:24 des^eP how do i reattach it to master
22:24 des^eP usually the key is expanded in some way to create block-sized amounts of entropy [random digits] and some elementary operations are used to mix the entropy with the [padded] blocks of the plaintext message in a way that's reversible if you have the key and computationally difficult to reverse if you don't
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23:15 dijitpL still it is strongly advised that under no circumstances should the private key belonging to a certificate be transmitted from one computer to another
23:15 dijitpL isn't it both?
23:15 dijitpL I don't think so peetaur2

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