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[20:17] <juvenal20> hexchat says it's LuaJIT 2.1.0-beta3
[20:17] <juvenal20> turris omnia, little bit pricy
[20:17] <juvenal20> rivyn: none of the others are well maintained, from what I've seen...
[20:17] <juvenal20> We frequently see "gpgv BAD signature" errors running the script chrome/installer/linux/debian/update_dist_package_versions.py, but if we try to run `download_repo_signing_keys.sh` we get "public key not found". Does anyone else see this or have a suggested fix?
[20:17] <juvenal20> actually let me look this up to make extra sure
[20:25] <tfitts> pretty normal that dc-dc efficiency drops the further you get from the main design point
[20:25] <tfitts> bit of a hassle
[20:25] <tfitts> there no .configure file
[20:25] <tfitts> i have tried: git rebase --onto master --fork-point dev/master dev/topic-1 topic-1
[20:26] <tfitts> nai, sorry had a disconnection. Yes will upload the script, before that let me explain the script. Firefox application properties command section is edited to run a script called fire when clicked
[20:39] <LambdaComplex17> fix your patch and send it so it gets committed then :)
[20:39] <LambdaComplex17> Thought LS was Mojave-ready?
[20:39] <LambdaComplex17> yeah it's light zaps
[20:39] <LambdaComplex17> Cale: put in a string, get a module as return value.
[20:39] <LambdaComplex17> that is why ipless point to point strong encryption is the tits.
[20:41] <hussam18> Ugh, that link reminds me again how the wiki needs cleanup and organization I've never gotten around to
[20:41] <hussam18> arteomp: what does top -> 1 look like?
[20:41] <hussam18> because you clearly don't know what it does
[20:41] <hussam18> it's not just a valid statement, but an expression
[20:41] <hussam18> well, unless someone since then has modernized the typsetting, graphics, etc and re-printed
[20:52] <vain`19> http://docs.freebsd.org/cgi/mid.cgi?81b151d7-203e-b50e-27ad-7dc8ec0a2a2b
[20:52] <vain`19> phre4k: 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.
[20:52] <vain`19> MarchHare: I still think that `dd` is not the best tool for your task
[20:52] <vain`19> so finally i get 2*5^2*3^3*7^3
[20:52] <vain`19> By the time crond is running and dispatching jobs, all the filesystems and essential stuff like even networking should be up and running
[21:23] <Zr4016> And when you're root, you can su to another user without a password.
[21:23] <Zr4016> supernov1h, your terminal is stuck is it a remote server over secure shell termional?
[21:23] <Zr4016> stack is about building projects so you need to specfify the things you need in your project
[21:23] <Zr4016> std::array is an aggregate containing a single member, a T[] array
[21:24] <Zr4016> so I spent a week rsyncing a server from germany to ireland, getting the drives pulled then rsyncing it all back. That got me a letter for being unfair :)
[21:34] <raekye18> for your case
[21:34] <raekye18> if anyone in here is a false positive, like you are registered *and* identified, joined #pfsense and were forwarded here *please let me know!*
[21:34] <raekye18> I like Haskell as a language more because I have a math background
[21:34] <raekye18> ffs!
[21:34] <raekye18> Actually I had thought that if I reduce dx sufficiently, it would give me a more accurate solution
[21:45] <Syconaut4> perdent: do you have a question?
[21:45] <Syconaut4> >cpu waterblock
[21:45] <Syconaut4> AR is dumb
[21:45] <Syconaut4> mbwgh, but libs are the most important aspect for #haskell participants. This is not #xmonad (where people just need exes).
[21:46] <Syconaut4> if pg_hba.conf specifies that the connection is authenticated by other means than a password (such as "peer" or even "trust"), then if a password is in fact specified by the client, it is ignored
[22:10] <v01t22> (btw, there's no KDE 5.12, that would be Plasma 5.12, since Frameworks is already at v5.50; either way, Plasma version is not related to KMail version)
[22:10] <v01t22> windows and ubuntu keeps time differently
[22:10] <v01t22> i'm always doing a complex thing
[22:10] <v01t22> .calc 4*(44*atan(1/57)+7*atan(1/239)-12*atan(1/682)+24*atan(1/12943)
[22:10] <v01t22> hans_: sure
[22:21] <IvailoStoianov3> kirk781: what is 'Matrix'?
[22:21] <IvailoStoianov3> might as well assume everyone uses the same color scheme, or any.
[22:22] <IvailoStoianov3> Defragging an SSD is bad, because all it does is force the "bits" of the data to be moved around. SSDs do not store data contiguously, they purposefully store their data "sparsely" so that all cells of the drive get used in fairly even way to prevent early failure of the drive.
[22:22] <IvailoStoianov3> Lope: Easy way to find out. cat /etc/os-release
[22:22] <IvailoStoianov3> jjman: Take note SERIAL/BIGSERIAL are not real types, they are just int/bigint + sequence + relation to table.
[23:02] <^7heo29> hm, im trying to boot a server i have using pxe (the server can only do uefi boot, not legacy) so i used ipxe and i chainloaded BOOTX64.EFI and i can get to the bootloader prompt
[23:02] <^7heo29> zash++ for knowing that trick
[23:02] <^7heo29> which could be helped by inserting some marker code into several locations and running the compiler again
[23:02] <^7heo29> you have to round a little more aggressively than your target accuracy or allow it to report false errors, so it's not quite perfect
[23:02] <^7heo29> i mean perl 6 in general :)
[23:42] <Slyda116> I use haskell against depression, but sometimes it makes it worse, lol
[23:42] <Slyda116> dyamon: I spent few hours last week on searching for "new Slack client".. basically… there's nothing better than this :)
[23:42] <Slyda116> it is sometimes required
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[23:42] <omnidan17> Theorem 10 seems to be the heavy thing going on
[23:42] <Slyda116> My Gnome sessions seems to slow down throughout the day
[23:42] <Slyda116> sadly there isn't anything else thats easy... other than resetting the bios.
[23:42] <omnidan17> so you should use std::vector for example
[23:42] <omnidan17> there's an age cutoff
[23:42] <omnidan17> espie will tell you that no
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