#debian - Wed 9 May 2007 between 16:03 and 16:09

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maddash!ops
dpkgPlease invoke '!ops $problem' to call the ops to deal with a specific problem
maddash!ops spam
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amphimaddash: what porting was required?
Tsarinalleyoopster: "High memory support is not enabled by default, because it introduces a small system overhead."
RichiHmaddash: i klined, thanks
maddashRichiH: :)
amphi: I tried a straightforward `patch -p1 < [linux phc 2.6.20]` on the 2.6.21 sources, but hunk 3 of 4 failed
DawnLighthow about !cops
amphimaddash: uhuh...
humboltosimonrvn: do you know how the raid UUIDs and the partition UUIDs correspond?
maddashamphi: there was some changes in arch/i386/kernel/cpu/cpufreq/Kconfig between .6.20 and .6.21, so I did patched the patch to adapt to the changes.
alleyoopsterTsarin: highmem4G=yes is saying that it is enable yes? I also have highmem=y
enoufsimonrvn: heh .. dcop is a kde thing? didn't know .. then perhaps an xauthority issue, or dbus one -- wonder how one is already running, unless he forgot to logout, and did a lazy umount or someshit
maddashamphi: I was lucky, because the PHC 2.6.20 patch applied cleanly to the other files (speedstep-centrino.c, Makefile [eek])
Tsarinalleyoopster: yes, this means is is enabled, and (i think) this means the kernel will support up to 4G of memory
xandTsarin: I beleive it is enabled by default in recent debian kernels, at least for some CPUs
humboltocan I make apt-get dist-upgrade ignore one package?
enoufhumbolto: what's udevtest /block/sda/sda2 say about it
Tsarinxand: yup, seems to be
simonrvnnot really, no, but i do remember havign this problem on another machine a couple of years ago, i thought i did something wrong, so didn't think of filing a bug report/checking the BTS for something
amphimaddash: yeah, speedstep-centrino shouldn't change, at least not in a way that affects that patch, with any luck
Overflowhello all
finally joined
again
humboltoenouf: I am on sarge!
enoufhumbolto: oh .. forgot :-(
amphimaddash: did you submit the updated patch to the phc people?
maddashamphi: do you think I should?
Overflowguys i need help, alsa installed, mixer ok (not muted) but still no sound.. help...
humboltoenouf: I am still trying to find out if a partition being part of a raid should have the same UUID as the RAID
mastermiturns out "Replaces" is required if a file needs to be overwritten that was provided by another package. Answered my own question. Thanks though.
enoufhumbolto: erm please see http://svn.debian.org/wsvn/pkg-mdadm/mdadm/trunk/debian/FAQ?op=file&rev=0&sc=0 anyways, also find the doc called rootraiddoc.97.html on your hdd
maddashamphi: the dedigentoo site says that there's some upcoming "major release," so wouldn't 2.6.21 be trivial to them?
amphimaddash: sure (if it works ;)
maddashamphi: heh. cool.
enoufcat /proc/mdstats? humbolto ? i don' know offhand
Overflowguys i need help, alsa installed, mixer ok (not muted) but still no sound.. help...
amphimaddash: does no harm to submit it, it's all handy

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