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05:26 <mradi> Hi Folks, I want to know how to enable libvirtd service for xen
05:26 <mradi> I am using the xen boot iso image as it is.
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05:40 <mradi> ?
05:40 <mradi> I want to know how to enable libvirtd service for xen, how do I configure it
05:40 <mradi> And can I install qemu with it, I cannot find it using apk search
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07:57 <asdfasdfasd> hi, how to enable fbtft module in alpine? (on raspberry)
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08:00 <fabled> asdfasdfasd, depends on many things
08:00 <fabled> asdfasdfasd, easiest is to just use dtoverlay if one exists
08:01 <fabled> otherwise you probably need to modprobe it with right parameters
08:01 <asdfasdfasd> fabled: I would like to use a small tft display on raspberry, and it says to require fbtft module
08:01 <fabled> asdfasdfasd, i have one like that. fbtft supports gazillion of different displays it needs to be configured right
08:01 <fabled> best is lookup the docs shipped with your display
08:02 <asdfasdfasd> ok
08:02 <asdfasdfasd> this one is http://www.neosecsolutions.com//products.php?28&cPath=17
08:03 <asdfasdfasd> (just informative)
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11:09 <KLOGD> Hi, currently setting up a new server that will only run ssh + nginx + docker. Usually I'd use Debian, but I'm considering Alpine. Could not find much info online on using Alpine as a docker host, anyone else got a similar setup? and if so any issues/considerations I should be aware of?
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11:21 <_ikke_> KLOGD: I use a vpn with alpine mainly running docker (just not that much containers)
11:21 <_ikke_> KLOGD: No issues with it
11:22 <_ikke_> vps*
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12:13 <KLOGD> _ikke_: thanks, I'll give it a go and test it out :)
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14:46 <dsuch> Hello, in the error message of https://pastebin.com/TFPzJ5Wt - what does exactly 'world' mean? I'm just not clear how to interpret it, py-numpy is missing because it is needed by the world is the way I read it :)
14:47 <TBB> the world is in a sad state if it needs anything connected to Python
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14:47 <TBB> but basically it's your repo configuration that's causing this
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14:47 <TBB> I mean the error message, not the sad state the world is in
14:47 <dsuch> TBB: That I get, but I just cannot find any reference to 'world' in the wiki
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14:53 <consus> dsuch: It's like all packages that you've installed explicitly
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14:54 <consus> See /etc/apk/world
14:55 <dsuch> consus: Got it, thanks.
14:55 <consus> It is closely related to Gentoo's world
14:56 <dsuch> consus: Thanks, I've never used Gentoo so it didn't ring any bell.
14:56 <consus> To be honest, wiki lacks so many essential things it's not even funny =/
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14:57 <dsuch> consus: I find it very helpful though :)
14:57 <consus> :)
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14:57 <consus> E.g. there is a special package called 'docs'
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14:58 <consus> This very particular package instructs apk to install a <pkg>-doc for every <pkg> that has one
14:58 <dsuch> So this is good.
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14:58 <consus> *SUPER* helpful thing that has almost no mentions
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14:58 <dsuch> Aha.
14:59 <consus> Which reminds me
14:59 <consus> Gotta add it now xD
15:01 <TBB> I just did. wonderful; I had no idea
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19:56 <arnotixe> hi all I'm setting up an alpine linux router++ box and figured out how to setup AWall, well at least I have rejected most public ports and NATing only some of them. But I can't figure out how to translate ports? What I'm trying to do is translate public 1443 to 443 on a local machine. With tcpdump I can see the SYN packet coming in on port 1443 but it isn't forwarded to the correct internal port =>?. [Slightly anoymised] config on https://pasteb
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20:07 <xentec> arnotixe, your pastebin link is cut off
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20:14 <arnotixe> oh https://pastebin.com/5d4FZS33 ? seems visible from here?
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20:15 <arnotixe> (I get by temporarily by using straight thru ports, but it would be nice to be able to rewrite). Maybe there are example files of working port rewrite config files somewhere?
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23:08 <scv> mm
23:09 <scv> libmagic's headers are in file-dev but libmagic itself is in libmagic
23:09 <scv> that's a little confusing :) guess it's too late to fix that though
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