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<lanefu> Woohoo jackpot ^^^^
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<tonymac32> oh hallo
<lanefu> Yony
<archetech> lanefu: got a link for mesa ppa for ubu?
<archetech> no ok
<lanefu> Possibly sudo add-apt-repository ppa:russianneuromancer/drivers
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<lanefu> lala just compiling glmark2 on my pineh64 without throttling in my 1440p@60hz desktop
<lanefu> okay okay a tiny bit of throttling
<lanefu> archetech: fyi.. maybe useful info? https://git.io/JJ2Rf
<tonymac32> my pineh64b is running rosetta, has been for a long time
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<lanefu> I feel like i should shut off a core to match my 3g of ram
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<lanefu> Alright gonna hit the sack before Werner starts his day
<Werner> Good morning
<archetech> thks odroids gnome no wayland which is dumb cuz its simple to install
<archetech> not in mood to hunt down deps
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<archetech> why I like lfs I do the deps not some kid
<ArmbianTwitter> @TonyMac_32 (Thomas McKahan): I know what to do with this. #ESP32 and @Armbian https://t.co/685HgWX7rY (8s ago)
<tonymac32> lanefu those guys have some decent looking boards
<tonymac32> and DIN rail adapters, so you can instantly approve
<tonymac32> tinker board is still running Einstein@home no issues
<tonymac32> I might cut to 3 tasks and enable 2 GHz turbo
<Werner> Hm lanefu is auto rebuild of documentation now broken?
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<archetech> can a dtb file from ubu be moved to arch ? same kern version
<Werner> DTB does not depend on the OS I think...
<archetech> k
<tonymac32> It is kernel dependant only
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<tonymac32> and only weakly
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<tonymac32> Still doing it, 4 months later
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<tonymac32> OK, encouraging swap usage and making sure a core is free for shopkeeping, the Tinker has more constant load. No turbo yet. ;-)
<tonymac32> the Renegade I've cut to 4 cores running BOINC, but likewise told it to use swap to avoid waiting on memory condition, we'll see what that does to performance
<tonymac32> Renegade Elite*
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<lanefu> check out my sweet hot-swappabled heat sink https://photos.app.goo.gl/J8nUu9U5M6vdQLs56
<tonymac32> lol
<lanefu> copper -> aluminum -> aluminum -> copper
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<IgorPec> hej
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<lanefu> welcome back Igor
<IgorPec> hey hey
<Werner> Guess you recovered the password on your own IgorPec, was afk ^^
<IgorPec> no, this is me at notebook
<Werner> Ah okay
<Werner> Gimme a minute
<IgorPec> sure
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<Werner> Any1 else want a bouncer now that I have the admin panel open anyways?
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* IgorPec is happy with Werners's bouncer service. Recommended!
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<Werner> lanefu, already had a chance to check documentation build process? It seems broken
<lanefu> Werner: seems totally okay to me.. what's broken? can you check your cache?
<lanefu> or just not updating?
<Werner> Not updating
<Werner> I made several commits today and it did not rebuild
<lanefu> k looks like no cron
<lanefu> ran by hand, added cron for every 5 min
<Werner> Perfect
<lanefu> I need to make it github action
<Werner> I have already done that.
<lanefu> cool
<lanefu> will need to tweak to just push to webserver
<Werner> I used github pages in this experiment https://github.com/EvilOlaf/docutest
<Werner> The documentation is then published here: https://evilolaf.github.io/docutest/
<lanefu> ahhh yeah i guess that's a good option eh
<Werner> Btw we still need pdf documentation. Just found this tool: https://github.com/simonhaenisch/md-to-pdf maybe could be used via github actions too to automatically generate fresh pdfs?
<lanefu> Ooohh that'd be cool
<lanefu> there may also be some native mkdocs plugins to make formatting easier
<tonymac32> Oh Nice
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* lanefu rolls eyes
<ArmbianTwitter> @MariusNestor (𝓜𝓪𝓻𝓲𝓾𝓼 𝓝𝓮𝓼𝓽𝓸𝓻): Karmbian Promises to Be a Powerful ARM #Linux Distro for Ethical Hackers, Based on #KaliLinux and Armbian https://t.co/PrAIAQbGQx @karmbian #opensource https://t.co/bB3Sh2th3p (23s ago)
* lanefu rolls eyes some more
<Werner> Keep rollin' rollin' rollin'
<tonymac32> What?!
<Werner> Limp Bizkit
<tonymac32> (Yes, that was the next part of the song lol)
<Werner> xD
<Werner> True
<Werner> While others do war driving with their laptops you grab your favorite sbc, a display, a keyboard and a powerbank to do the same...
<tonymac32> there are a couple handheld maker projects I've seen
<Werner> Um lanefu you sure the cronjob does its job?
<tonymac32> but most are RPi
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<lanefu> Werner: nope lol
<Werner> That was my best guess too :P
<lanefu> Jul 31 10:28:01 stuff cron[1167]: Error: bad minute; while reading /etc/cron.d/build-docs
<lanefu> ohhh igor has a cron in his homedir
<lanefu> hmm
<lanefu> aha!
<lanefu> okay got it
* lanefu ruins everyting
<lanefu> fixed
<Werner> awesome
<ArmbianTwitter> @hharriola (Hugo @rriol@): This is very cool! https://t.co/5WWNwoQpK0 (26s ago)
<Werner> I think I found the markdown paradoxon. Within ``` tag it still interprets --. But if I try to escape the hyphens it does not detect the escape character but prints it...
<lanefu> which page?
<Werner> Process documentation. Quick start box
<IgorPec> you solved ?
<Werner> Not yet. Still researching about escaping in markdown
<IgorPec> aha, but its at least on the level it was before or is this something new? New bug?
<Werner> No new bug. I think that one existed forever
<IgorPec> aha ok
<Werner> Minor visual issue but annoying :P
<lanefu> no thats stupid as shit
<lanefu> let me see if forcin ga langauge type helps
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<lanefu> Werner: victory!
<lanefu> ```bash
<lanefu> and new it's even better looking than before
<lanefu> there's probably a setting to make that the default formatting
<lanefu> its using highlight.js
<Werner> Nice
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* lanefu rolllllllin
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<Blebz> Hi
<Blebz> Has there been a change on the default login/password? I am trying to login into Armbian 20.05.4 Buster with usr:root / password 1234 and it's not letting me login.. ?
<Werner> Nope. Still root/1234
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<Blebz> weird
<lanefu> type slower :P
<Blebz> Does it matter if you SSH or do it locally or..?
<Blebz> just weird
<Blebz> I've tried loging in locally with keyboard and over RS232
<Blebz> Do you have to SSH?
<Blebz> Er..
<lanefu> nope they all work
<lanefu> reflash your image
<lanefu> ive seen it get weird before
<lanefu> like if you had half boot or something the first itme
<Blebz> Yeh maybe it's picking up something off of the NAND or the SSD or something?>
<Blebz> It's a Cubietruck board by the way..
<lanefu> yeah could be getting tangled on that a well..... use use UUIDs so it _shouldn't but skys the limit on SBC surprises
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<Blebz> Well according to Cubieboard chan the board *always* defaults to sd card..
<Blebz> :S
<Blebz> Crazeeee
<Blebz> cr cr craizeee
<IgorPec> new self build?
<Blebz> No - its an old cubietruck sbc I've had lying around...
<Blebz> Won't let me login to buster with root/1234
<IgorPec> bad sd card perhaps?
<IgorPec> non-genuine armbian?
<Blebz> I think the SD card is fine.. it's like it's half booting off the NAND or something. Totaly insane.
<IgorPec> its possible that your SD card slot is broken and its booting some old armbian from nand .. possibler
<[TheBug]> how did you write the card?
<Blebz> I just downloaded the bionic image and it's let me in
<[TheBug]> okay then
<Blebz> I used etcher
<Blebz> It's got to be wrong on the image no?
<[TheBug]> You sure you didn't get an really old image that had a differnt root password
<[TheBug]> you can always reset it your self if you need just mount the sdcard and update shadow file with a known password hash
<Blebz> The image I downloaded was: Armbian_20.05.4_Cubietruck_buster_current_5.4.45.img
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<archetech> no N2 pre-built test/nightly image ?
<c0rnelius> be nice if there was a file in the boot dir where one could insert a username and password and remove the need for using root altogether.
<c0rnelius> since wifi is already thing and i thought Igor had worked out locales being auto detected.
<c0rnelius> would seem like a good step.
<lvrp16> have you guys had a situation where an file that you append to an initramfs not show up?
<lvrp16> i've tried to append via cpio, via concat, via two compressed cpio archives concat...file doesn't show up...
<lvrp16> it's funny because it doesn't matter whether the "missing" archive is the first or the second in the concat, only the other archive shows up so i'm scratching my head for the last 24 hours
<Miouyouyou> Are you sure the file you're appending to is actually being used ? If you remove it, do you have a boot error ?
<Miouyouyou> *the initrams
<Miouyouyou> Try to move the initramfs you're editing away from its folder and see if you can boot.
<lvrp16> it's not a booting issue, just the file doesn't show up
<lvrp16> cp rootfs.cpio rootfs.firmware.cpio
<lvrp16> echo ./firmware.bin | cpio -o -R root:root -H newc -A -F rootfs.firmware.cpio
<lvrp16> lzma -9fz rootfs.firmware.cpio
<lvrp16> the rest of the rootfs shows up, just not firmware.bin
<lvrp16> it doesn't matter if I put the firmware cpio before or after the rootfs cpio, only the stuff in the rootfs cpio show up
<lanefu> is it possible its using an initramfs bundled in kernel and not the external?
<Miouyouyou> Actually, the issue seems to be a "cpio usage" issue
<Miouyouyou> try adding -O myy.rootfs.firmware.cpio to the command line
<Miouyouyou> and check if myy.rootfs.firmware.cpio is created
<lvrp16> lanefu: initramfs can be bundled in kernel???
<lvrp16> lanefu: highly suspect, this may be the case since the kernel is bigger than the initramfs
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<lvrp16> lanefu: :OO
<lvrp16> that was it! thank you. thanks Miouyouyou too
<lanefu> Woohoo
<lvrp16> lanefu: I've been wasting 6 MB of space...
<lvrp16> now I can be doing so much more!!!! omfg so excited
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<lanefu> Lol!
<lvrp16> now the question becomes how do I append a file to the builtin cpio or have another cpio extracted on top
<lvrp16> lanefu: I didn't send you the La Frite in vain
<lanefu> Or build kernel without it?
<lanefu> Haha!
<lvrp16> btw, I'm up near Philly
<lvrp16> IDK why I sent that all the way from China
<lvrp16> could have USPS'ed it and have it the next day XD
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<nekomancer[m]> <c0rnelius "be nice if there was a file in t"> and ssh allowed key file
<archetech> whats the BOARD= for odroid N2 ?
<lanefu> Odroidn2
<archetech> ok and to get the latest build use BRANCH=dev ?
<archetech> and focal
<lanefu> lvrp16: lol yeah im right around the corner relative to china
<lanefu> Branch is a misleading param. Ise branch=current
<lanefu> But dude you know it has an ncurses interface for all that stuff
<archetech> lol@dude
<archetech> so I should just run sudo ./compile.sh ?
<lanefu> Yeah
<archetech> lol kiss
<lanefu> Rofl
<archetech> keepin it real (simple)
<lanefu> Now you can quickly build images for SBCs you don't even own
<tonymac32> preliminary results, my adjustments to the BOINC preferences to use all the RAM and limit to 4 threads has decreased per-work-unit execution time by almost 45 minutes
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<Miouyouyou> "Pfft ! We don't do micro-optmizations here !"
<archetech> lanefu: I have a new N2+
<lanefu> Yeah man make that device tree overlay
<lanefu> Be a hero
<Miouyouyou> s/hero/hero+
<ArmbianHelper> Miouyouyou thinks lanefu meant to say: Be a hero+
<lanefu> Bingo
<lanefu> lvrp16: what's that hdmi capture you used
<lvrp16> lanefu: bought it on Amazon, some generic HDMI to MJPEG PCB rebranded with ZASLUKE
<lvrp16> If only they had a Type C one too
<Miouyouyou> There must be a random mark generator at that point
<nekomancer[m]> Random MK.43
<lvrp16> lanefu: i have not tested 4K60 4:4:4 to be honest nor have I tested HDCP 2.2
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<Miouyouyou> The new Parallel port to USB 3.1 Gen Z
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<tonymac32> USB-Type C to AT keyboard adapter
* Miouyouyou "random Amstrad computer own wants to know your location"
<lanefu> lvrp16: yeah my requirements are low thanks
<lanefu> Im gonna try this crappy 1080p one i found as a cheap IP KVM. Minus the K and M
<Miouyouyou> An HDMI switcher then ?
<lanefu> Lol no. Its still IP
<lanefu> And now im scheming dumber ideas like baking synergy into an image
<Miouyouyou> What's the right temperature for baking synergy ?
<lanefu> 1.21 parsects
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<archetech> AR drivers/iio/built-in.a
<archetech> Makefile:1695: recipe for target 'drivers' failed
<archetech> [ error ] ERROR in function compile_kernel [ compilation.sh:407 ]
<archetech> did no edits hmm
<lanefu> Run with EXTRA_WIFI=no
<archetech> wheres the at set?
<archetech> that
<archetech> and I dont want it to restart from scratch
<archetech> help me help you
<lvrp16> lanefu: in the next firmware update, i'm including the mjpeg streamer, you can just attach it to one of these usb uvc babies to turn it into a network hdmi interface
<lanefu> lvrp16: too perfect
<lvrp16> and you can probably emulate the k through USB :D
<lvrp16> using OTG :D
<lvrp16> or some serial port
<lanefu> Yep!
<lvrp16> la frite is wonderful
<lanefu> Yeah tell me about the metal bracket / case
<lanefu> Whats it for
<Miouyouyou> Wall climbing
<lanefu> archetech: lemme get my laptop
<lanefu> Miouyouyou: its got a clippy thing
<archetech> k
<lvrp16> it's a heatsink case
<nekomancer[m]> lemmy?
<lvrp16> distributes the SOC heat
<Miouyouyou> @lanefu Does it go like "I see that you are trying to use this device for remote management. Do you want to me to activate Microsoft Azure Remote Display Extension System ?"
<lvrp16> across a large surface
<nekomancer[m]> ...just name thhis surface as "boilerplate"
<ArmbianHelper> .just name thhis surface as boilerplate [en~>eng]
<Miouyouyou> Well, it's name La Frite for a reason
<lvrp16> I called it La Frite because it's so related to Le Potato and I couldn't think of anything else
<lanefu> lvrp16: ahh! cool!. or ..cooling really
<lvrp16> haha
<lanefu> yeah looking forward to the las papas cluster kit
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<lanefu> lvrp16: speaking of which i have some sort of vision that LOST could pair nicely with cloud-init images for bootstraping nodes in a configured awy
<lanefu> *way
<lvrp16> lanefu: yes but there's so much security infrastructure that needs to be setup in order to do that
<lanefu> archetech: okay.... `cat userspatches/config-default.conf`
<nekomancer[m]> like shells.
<lvrp16> I used to design web systems for a living and one screw-up you're opening yourself up to be sued
<lvrp16> I need to have a team of competent people first to do that
<lvrp16> And competent people start at 250K...
<lanefu> perhaps i'm thinking smaller lol
<lvrp16> haha go big or go home
<lanefu> uhmm its a pandemic everyone is home
* lvrp16 is a little OCD...
<archetech> lanefu: ok
* lvrp16 also waste 6MB after optimizing for days to save 1MB...
* lvrp16 may also be an idiot
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<Miouyouyou> So you'll just have to name it "big cloud init" and everything will be fine
<archetech> no WIFI in there
<Miouyouyou> The sad reality of the brooks
<lvrp16> Miouyouyou: I'm scared of responsibility
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<lanefu> archetech: yes yes i nkow, but you told me to help you help me
<lvrp16> Miouyouyou: in business, everything is a pandora's box, once you open it, it consumes you
<archetech> Im doing this to help you not just me
<archetech> per Igor's complaining
<lanefu> yeah thast what i said
<lanefu> i'm helping you help me
<lanefu> so gonna teach yeah to fish a bit here
<archetech> so I need specific steps to get this to continue right?
<archetech> I have the file open above
<lanefu> yeah hang a sec
<lanefu> making sure i have context right so i don't misinform
<Miouyouyou> @lvrp16 So instead of competent people, how about lawyers. Might find one for less than 250K 🐹
<lanefu> Miouyouyou: good point, DC has a bunch of highly educated bartends a while back
<nekomancer[m]> first tell us steps you already performed, command by command. started from git clone
<lanefu> anyway put EXTRAWIFI=no in there and set anything else you'd like to
<archetech> cd build sudo ./config.sh accept kernel as is enter 40 mins later error
<lanefu> the extra wifi patches puke on some stuff
<archetech> ok
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<Miouyouyou> Also, if you can get your hands on the compile log, put it on pastebin
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<lanefu> archetech: if you want to tweak deeper options, like what packagese are installed, or apt repos, you can make a userpatches/lib.conf file https://docs.armbian.com/Developer-Guide_User-Configurations/#user-provided-configuration
<lanefu> archetech: you won't have to download deps this time so should be a little faster
<archetech> so rerun ./config?
<archetech> .sh
<lanefu> also to CYA do `touch .ignore_changes`
<lanefu> yeah sudo ./compile.sh again... we're just building again, btu with the EXTRAWIFI flag set to no
<lanefu> but yeah there's some good log files in output/debug/*.log
<archetech> want output.log or what
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: you like my hot-swap heeatsink eh?
<lanefu> yeah lets see output real quick
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<lvrp16> Miouyouyou: lawyers are the 5x multiplier to cost
<lanefu> moreoveer the cost of risk
<archetech> cat output.log
<archetech> Displaying message: ERROR in function source main.sh:146 err
<archetech> Displaying message: No option selected err
<lanefu> which OMG I hate shops where the only way you can just "do the right thing" is to quantify everthing in units of risk
<archetech> Displaying message: Process terminated info
<lanefu> yeah put output.log and compilation.log in a paste bin
<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: I think about set of pre-freezed "shells". and replace after "atom of counting"
<lanefu> nekomancer[m]: yaeh exactly
<lanefu> i'll just dunk it in mineral oil
<lanefu> archetech: curl ix.io/client > ix
<lanefu> chmod +x ix
<archetech> too late I gave ya output.log
<nekomancer[m]> lanefu: previously I think about a little cans for a water, but stop at "how to fix but detacheable". Now I see.
<lanefu> archetech: curious what teh option was it iddn tlike
<lanefu> archetech: so what options did you choose
<archetech> cd build sudo ./config.sh accept kernel as is enter 40 mins later error
<archetech> minimal focal
<lanefu> ohhh... how /where are eyou applying your changes?
<lanefu> or are you ust building as is right now
<nekomancer[m]> board?
<archetech> u told me to use ncurses
<archetech> so I did as above
<archetech> N2
<lanefu> archetech: are you building-as-is or with a custom patch?
<archetech> w/e the menu allows
<archetech> very straight
<archetech> I dont know how to do anything fancy yet w/patches etc
<Miouyouyou> lanefu, show the log he sent you
<Miouyouyou> We know you have it !
<archetech> fig I can do that after it boots and upgr kernel
<lanefu> archetech: touch .ignore_changes && sudo ./compile.sh BOARD=odroidn2 BRANCH=current KERNEL_ONLY=yes KERNEL_CONFIGURE=no EXTRAWIFI=no
<lanefu> see if that builds
<lanefu> Miouyouyou: i think he was implying the log was just those 3 lines he pasted
<archetech> that would have been nice to have after ya mentioned the EXTRAWIFI
<Miouyouyou> (´・ω・`)
<archetech> Miouyouyou: true
<archetech> ok so Idont think ya devs want users to help unless they know the builder by heart
<archetech> cuz this is a joke
<lanefu> easy mr grumpy pants
<archetech> yeah Im off for a cycle ride since this is running from the start gave me that cmd line too late bbl
<lanefu> word
<Miouyouyou> Isn't there some logs in the "output/" folder ?
<Miouyouyou> Though, I tend to with find -name "*.log" when I'm searching for logs in a build folder
<lanefu> Miouyouyou: output/debug/*.log
<Miouyouyou> So... ix < `cat output/debug/*.log` ?
<lanefu> need to write a introduction to build system doc
<lanefu> actually yeah that would do it
<lanefu> i always forget about directing into a command
<lanefu> always piping
<Miouyouyou> "Everyday I'm shell-piping"
<lanefu> yeah classic work song
<Miouyouyou> "Why's our sysadmin trip dancing in the middle of the server room ?" "You know... nerds..."
<lanefu> if my window numbers for gnu-screen go up to 65, is that bad?
<Miouyouyou> Well, make it go a little more, and you can make memes around the interwebs
<Miouyouyou> It will provide you street-creds
<Miouyouyou> I heard that if open more than 99 tabs on Google Chrome mobile, the number of tabs displayed is ":D"
<lanefu> haha
<lanefu> i wonder if i'm emotionally strong enough to try tmux again
<lanefu> i'm thinking about upgrading the kernel and givin' the ole girl a reboot
<lanefu> skys the limit
<Miouyouyou> Kernel devs mess is the limit actually
<Miouyouyou> But that will never happen on a kernel provided by major distributions
<Miouyouyou> Right ?
<lanefu> true. no sky there
<Miouyouyou> I should stop writing programs in Python. I just don't get this language.
<lanefu> less confusing than go-lang
<Miouyouyou> I mean joining strings by writing : ", ".join([*dict]) is already pretty messed up
<Miouyouyou> I never tried GO. I see it more often than not
<lanefu> was able to remove it fortunately
<Miouyouyou> You'd think they would go with line[2:5].join("/") but... yeah...
<Miouyouyou> Also case/switch ? Pfft, who needs that when you can write an entire jump-table...
<Miouyouyou> I appreciate jump-tables when performance is absolutely needed
<Miouyouyou> Not for a simple dump script
<lanefu> whats a jump table
<Miouyouyou> *dumb
<Miouyouyou> An array of functions that you select with an index
<lanefu> yeahhh i forgot python doesn't have case/switch
<lanefu> thats what armbian-builder is written in a real language.... bash
* lanefu can't back that conclusion up
<Miouyouyou> The language of the real write-once warriors
<Miouyouyou> At least, it's available everywhere
<Miouyouyou> And doesn't have that much versions incompatibilities issues
<Miouyouyou> (like Python 2 and Python 3)
<Miouyouyou> The only other popular language available being Perl... Bash isn't that bad...
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<lanefu> yeah i feel like i bash when i should python
<lanefu> but maybe i should convert my workstation to DB2
<lanefu> can you SSH from db2?
<Miouyouyou> I'll never think about writing small scripts with python
<lanefu> yeah.. honestly my goto is ansible
<Miouyouyou> On my system, I tend to use Ruby for small quick utilities. And yeah, ansible for scripts is a nice choice.
<lanefu> it is eaesy to start committing crimes in ansible by abusing jinja2
<Miouyouyou> Else if ? Elsif ? No ! It's elif !
<lanefu> elif's live gnuforest
<Miouyouyou> At least, they don't go with "fi" for termination
<Miouyouyou> and "esac"
<lanefu> true
<Miouyouyou> Case/switch in Bash must be the most perplexing scripting system
<Miouyouyou> Python json library. If you want to parse a file, it's "json.load(file)"
<Miouyouyou> Which is fine
<Miouyouyou> If you want to parse a single string, though, I guess it's json.parse()
<Miouyouyou> Just like the browser-implementation of the language this notation system is taken from
<Miouyouyou> But no, no no, it's json.loads(string)
<lanefu> ya you loads the jsons
<Miouyouyou> And if you want to "stringify" ? it's not dump. It's dumps !
<Miouyouyou> the pythons love the ssssssss
<lanefu> lol
<lanefu> okay are you ready for an armbian builder power user pro-tip?
<Miouyouyou> "If you invoke it with 'opengl', you'll summon a vulkan-based 3D interface that revolutionize the desktop paradigms"
<Miouyouyou> 1 second to load the file, 15 seconds to load the transition animation.
<Miouyouyou> When sweeping a list become an entire TV show, for all the family !
<lanefu> cache to cdrom
<Miouyouyou> For better performances
<lanefu> okay so here's the tip
<lanefu> if you want armbian images or kernels with cool names add
<lanefu> BETA=yes SUBREVISION=-coolname
<lanefu> and thats how you get
<lanefu> [ o.k. ] Kernel build done [ @host ]
<lanefu> [ o.k. ] Target directory [ /home/lane/GIT/build/output/debs-beta/ ]
<lanefu> [ o.k. ] File name [ linux-image-current-sunxi64_20.08.0-trunk-frozen-pizza_arm64.deb ]
<lanefu> for your orange pi
<Miouyouyou> So my question is
<Miouyouyou> Does Orange pizza taste that good ?
<Miouyouyou> I've heard about pineapple pizza
<lanefu> i feel like the hawaiin pizza argument would have to be settled before moving to orange
<Miouyouyou> But, yeah, now I can build Myarmmyan, a randomly generated Armbian image for better entropy and, so, security.
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<lanefu> alright me and my 68 screen tabs are going to reboot
<lanefu> its a big deeal
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<Miouyouyou> lanefu 0 : Back to the root !
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