|Zathrus||gardar: sure. They probably won't care though.|
|rabbit7||torrent tools are evil anyways|
|action||Zathrus kicks rabbit7|
|dag||gardar: depends if they think supporting EL4 is important|
gardar: EL3 and EL2.1 are out of the question because the require a newer libcurl than they ship
|dag||gardar: it's not because RHEL commits to supporting something for 7 years, that open source developers need to :)|
besides, most developers run the latest and greatest
|gardar||maby I should upgrade my server to EL5 soon...|
|dag||I hope CentOS is being used more and more for development infrastructure so developers take care|
|Zathrus||ultimately it comes down to -- is this a bug in their build stuff, or is it an "outdated" library in EL4|
|dag||not just for rtorrent, I would hope|
gardar; but I am going to report it anyhow, don't expect a fix
what I could do is try a newer version than 0.7.1 and older than 0.7.4
the releases are 4 months from each other
|gardar||yeah it would be good, if it's not too much trouble....|
|bluh||Since when do OpenSSH DSA keys have to be 1024 bits?|
|dag||hmm, the problems I was chasing only show on x86_64|
on i386 it all works fine
|tiny||rabbit7: have you tried with official src.rpm package? You can get it on the home page. I'v downloaded it and started rpmbuild on it ... it looked okay but I didn't went far :)|
|rabbit7||tiny download and building is fine|
try "gm identify somepicture.jpg"
it will fail
i think the problem is related with the shared libraries i remember creating an rpm without --with-shared which works fine..
"DSA keys must be exactly 1024 bits as specified by FIPS 186-2."
Hmmm. Now that I think of it, it was only RSA that was expected to be weak in keysizes <2048bit. I guess I have to investigate DSA.
|longword||And it wasn't all that weak|
|bluh||longword: Well, that depended on how much money one wanted to spend on hardware to pre-compute the lookup tables, but yeah.|
I'm glad to see that ssh-keygen is now defaulting to 2048bit for RSA.
I have to update my new server build fu now, though.
|doolittle||any help with installing python2.4 in centOS 4.3 ?|
|longword||Usually best not to mess with your system's python|
Lots of system tools like rpm and yum depend on it
|doolittle||i need a command line torrent client|
bittorent asks for python2.4
do u suggest smth?
|bluh||doolittle: rtorrent maybe?|
|Zathrus||doolittle: bittorrent is available from rpmforge|