#gentoo - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 06:13 and 06:24

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DrEeevilanggarda: squid default ports are 3128 and 8080, better use one of those if youw ish to run a webserver
igli8080 is standard for proxy
keoki_zeerullie: well, not really. i don't think i could get a screenshot. the display is very very very slow, certain moving parts of the screen are updated while others are not. for example, in KDE, with the little bouncing icon whenever you start an app, it will, instead of bouncing, just take up the entire vertical area, updating over itself very slowly. dialogs don't display any buttons or options until you mouse over them.
anggardaDrEeevil, I'm testing squid as a httpd accelerator, I'm trying to better understand its workings. When a web request is made, wouldn't the web request come in on port 80? In that case should squid be listening to that port?
keoki_zeerullie: i don't know if corruption is the right word, but i don't know what else to call it.
rulliekeoki_zee, i don't use kde, but please pastebin ur xorg.conf
DrEeevilanggarda: ah, I think squid will be tricky to set up for that
anggarda: there's a reverse proxy called "pound" that should handle that much better
anggarda: also lighttpd can be quite nice as it is a bit nicer than apache on resources
rulliekeoki_zee, and also, what opengl interface are you on? ati or x11-xorg?
anggardaDrEeevil, I gave lighthttpd a run a while back, and I did not experience any benefits in terms of speed or system loads.
SmileyLapAnyone freenode staff please go to #freenode-social and DEOP ALL!.
christel voiced the entire channel (even if it IS christel)
iglilol
DrEeevilanggarda: 3M per request instead of 20M ram used, it's been quite nice for me
anggarda: but I use lots of static content ...
christelno, i opped the entire channel :P
i typoed
keoki_zeerullie: as I said, i've gotten by with an autoprobe for the Xorg conf. all i have is the logs. for the working kernel: http://rafb.net/p/qbrwQC83.html
rulliekeoki_zee, so you say you have no /etc/X11/xorg.conf?
cyb0rgHai
keoki_zeerullie: http://rafb.net/p/S0zdAb86.html for the non-working kernel. how would i find out which opengl interface i'm on? and, that's right, no /etc/X11/xorg.conf
rulliekeoki_zee, eselect opengl list iirc
keoki_zeerullie: i even created one, had it working on 2.6.19, but when i used it for 2.6.20, Xorg would never start and my system would be completely unresponsive (at least, i couldn't kill X or get to a console
rullie: i'm on xorg-x11
rulliedo u have beryl?
cyb0rgHow come wireshark is allowed into portage
keoki_zeerullie: no beryl
rullie: i have the different dmesg logs, too, if that would help
rulliena
Heiligerwireshark is ethereal, *very* powerful/useful networking tool, i'm happy it's in portage
cyb0rgare you familiar with it's history of bugs?
rullieHeiliger, except the QA note it shows after emerge scares me
Heiligerya rullie lol
cyb0rg, same can be asked about a million other things, including gcc
rulliekeoki_zee, ok, so let me rephrase your situation. you have no xorg.conf, but under 6.19 it runs, 6.20 it fails
Heiligeri can't answer your question though, i was just sharing my opinion
cyb0rgHeiliger: what exactly do you mean to say about gcc?
we're talking about security bugs here
igliit's had bugs?

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