#gentoo - Sat 12 May 2007 between 21:37 and 21:49

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Boohbahshardz: hmm... and how is glxgears?
goodwillok if I have firefox USE flag enabled do I need the mozilla one
shardzBoohbah: Segmentation Fault
Boohbahshardz: try rebuilding X?
shardzBoohbah: what, emerge -av xorg-x11 ?
Boohbahshardz: it may have been broken by the gcc upgrade
shardzBoohbah: would that really fix glx stuff?
unitydo i use ACPI and APM for agressive power saving, or do i choose only one or the other?
Fieldyunity: you can only use one or the other, acpi is considered the preferred one, you could also ask #gentoo-laptop
unityFieldy: ah, thanks, didn't know about that channel
laynorshardz, when i had issues building X I solved emerging with -Dvat switches :) I don't know if it can fix your problem though
shardzlaynor: it's not a building issue
laynor: everything builds fine, glx just doesn't work
Boohbahwhere exactly does the segfault happen again?
shardzsamuel@samixbox0 ~ $ glxgears
Segmentation fault
(with
the_lord_laptopshardz: strace glxgears
shardz(with X started, thanks to commenting out glx in config)
marienzthe "tls" in there is slightly suspicious
shardz: has that box always had an i686 CHOST?
I don't know the specifics but iirc the combo of nvidia drivers and i386 CHOST has issues
shardzmarienz: CHOST="x86_64-pc-linux-gnu"
marienzerr
heh :)
duh, there's even an x86_64 at the top of the log. ignore me.
shardzthe_lord_laptop: had to emerge strace too--doing so
Boohbahstrace is a beautiful tool
Fieldyif you understand its output at least
coihey guys, i have an amd64 and im using the amd64 iso, but lately ive been thinking about installing gentoo using the x86 cd
any ideas?
actionFieldy wishes he had 64 bit hardware to not use fully
Fieldywishes he had 64 bit hardware to not use fully
shardzthe_lord_laptop: Boohbah http://rafb.net/p/jscxiZ79.html
philcI'm parsing two urls given to me by apache. They're in the form url1[separator]url2, where I can choose the separator. I don't think there's any string that apache won't put in the urls, so I can't use uncommon characters like "|" or "<>" or something
is the only way to solve a problem like this to use some unlikely sequence of characters to separate it, like "||==||123" ?
shardzalot of "= -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)" 's
Boohbahshardz: hmm, what is the output of gcc-config -l
marienzphilc: either find a character that won't occur in the url or escape the url using some mechanism
shardzBoohbah: [6] x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-4.1.2 *
Boohbah: THAT was how I fixed my glibc error

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