#gentoo - Wed 21 Feb 2007 between 21:49 and 22:00

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setuidNeeds an update
robinkHow do I set up qmail to relay for my local LAN?
(I'm using the netmail package, not the vanilla qmail)
GunZhey guys is there a way of using the gentoo toolkit to list all the packages that support a particular use flag?
simmerzsetuid: fair enough
MeowCatsmarienz, http://pastebin.ca/367021
marienzGunZ: with pkgcore's pquery it's --hasuse
hliebermanmarienz, Down boy. ;)
GunZmarienz, thanks
marienzGunZ: iirc equery has the same.
w1ll14mis there any one who knows how to solve 'passwd: Authentication token manipulation error' ?
GunZmarienz, i thought you had a typo and was going to use equery - it does have it :)
marienzMeowCats: should be safe to run that without the -p: they're almost all video card drivers you're not using anyway, and I think the libXvMC is safe too (and definitely shouldn't break anything critical anyway)
ChrisGook im a noob
marienzMeowCats: after that finishes emerge -C gnome; emerge gnome-light; emerge -vp --depclean
ChrisGogot sound what app in kde will play shoutcast or streaming audio?
for example i would use winamp on windows
peksterChrisGo: I'm personally very fond of amarok, which is a very nice and complete player suite
ChrisGo: For a lighter solution, try audacious
MeowCatsmarienz, done, but depclean list is too long, can't scroll up to the start
ChrisGoif i emerge amar the same guy that made that useless desktop toy?
marienzMeowCats: emerge nopaste && emerge -vp --depclean | nopaste
ChrisGosorry mid though... lol if I emerge amarok will the shortcuts be automatic in kde?
zlinmarienz: I would have thought you of all would know that it's --has-use ... :P
actionzlin hides
zlinhides
hydrogenChrisGo: what shortcuts?
ChrisGolike a shourcut for amarok?
marienzzlin: it was --hasuse originally!
zlin: also I thought --hasuse was still a valid alias
zlinooh
marienznot a valid alias, bleh.
_pHI_hi, do i need to have portmap running (on port 111) if i want to use nfs as a client, i.e. access nfs shares?
JackieRipperw1ll14m: what does ls -l /bin/passwd return?
DustinCsu
zlinChrisGo: yes.
w1ll14mJackieRipper: -rws--x--x 1 root root 27688 Jun 27 2006 /bin/passwd
MeowCatsmarienz, http://rafb.net/p/zmMP0x86.html
marienzMeowCats: I shall have to admit that is a bit longer than I thought it'd be.
moreonw1ll14m: cat /proc/mounts -- does it list your root filesystem as 'ro' ?
marienzMeowCats: there's a few things in there that'll shrink the list a lot if you decide to keep them though, so it's not actually *that* odd :)

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