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00:00 <atrigent> hmm, so, unzip actually catches the SIGILL
00:01 <atrigent> I wonder if there would be a proper error message if it didn't
00:02 <Shiz> that is actually scary on its own, btw
00:03 <atrigent> that it catches it? yeah
00:04 <Shiz> but the unzip code is pretty scary
00:04 <atrigent> I mean, it doesn't ignore it, it prints this error "error: zipfile probably corrupt (illegal instruction)" and exits
00:04 <Shiz> it still seems to live in the world of segmented 16-bit memory too
00:04 <Shiz> Info(slide, 0x421, ((char *)slide, LoadFarString(ZipfileCorrupt),
00:04 <Shiz> "illegal instruction"));
00:04 <atrigent> but yeah, sorta scary how an illegal instruction could be caused by a corrupt input file...?
00:04 <Shiz> very much so
00:05 <Shiz> it sounds like "we expect the compiler to do our input checking for us"
00:05 <Shiz> :p
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00:51 <Xe> atrigent: that's the power (and horrifying results) of C!
00:53 <Shiz> more like of bad C
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05:00 <_ikke_> ncopa: I had to add mesa-dri-swrast and mesa-egl
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08:00 <ncopa> _ikke_: didnt seem enough for me
08:01 <_ikke_> How did you start the vm?
08:02 <ncopa> qemu-system-x86_64-gtk -enable-kvm -m 1G -cdrom out/alpine-standard-edge-x86_64.iso
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08:29 <_ikke_> ncopa: I used spice as a graphical backend: -spice port=5930,disable-ticketing
08:30 <ncopa> spice probably works
08:30 <ncopa> with qxl
08:30 <ncopa> i was trying to make it work with the qemu default vga
08:30 <_ikke_> ok
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08:54 <pandamatt> Hi, can I ask a question about apk?
08:54 <_ikke_> just ask
08:57 <pandamatt> Thanks. I have a script installing a package: apk add libressl2.4-libcrypto@edge. I would like to change this line to match any version of libressl*-libcrypto, but I can't find how to do that. If it were another package, for instance, libressl, I could just write it without the version number, but here I need to match libressl*-libcrypto. I've tried Any idea of to do that?
09:13 <pandamatt> Actually, my problem is that I see that libressl*-libcrypto is dependent upon a given version of libressl, but I just want to install the latest, but it doesn't look doable to ask for libressl*-libcrypto without specifying a version for libressl
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09:32 <pandamatt> Never mind, I found a better way of doing what I wanted
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09:36 <c2h2> Hey, I could not find anything on the forums about the future of alpine post-grsec, any info to be found here?
09:37 <_ikke_> c2h2: For now, they try to keep the 4.9 patches alive for as long as possible
09:40 <c2h2> Yeah but does that mean that it will not evolve anymore? I have no clue on how much grsec costs, nor on who buys what, but since alpine's security seems to rely on it, I was wondering what would become of this "hardened" feature :/
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09:41 <_ikke_> c2h2: 'Buying' grsec is not an option for Alpine Linux
09:41 <c2h2> OK, I guess this answers that ^^
09:42 <c2h2> I was looking into void vs alpine, I feel like now both will become closer to each other. The hardened part really interested me into alpine :)
09:48 <parazyd> userspace is still hardened on apline
09:48 <parazyd> eh, alpine
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09:50 <c2h2> With PIE?
09:52 <parazyd> also ssp i believe
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10:14 <pmoust> Hi there
10:14 <pmoust> What's the license of the OS itself?
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10:25 <_ikke_> I don't think the OS itself has a license associated with it
10:26 <pmoust> Is there an official answer/wiki to this?
10:26 <pmoust> I couldn't find _anything_ on the web, apart from notes on APKBUILD per package
10:28 <_ikke_> https://pkgs.alpinelinux.org/package/edge/main/aarch64/alpine-base
10:28 <_ikke_> says MIT
10:29 <pmoust> Thanks, that should do it I think
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13:16 <dave_9911> hi, it there a way to download the whole mirror to cache and install from there? and then update the whole cache upon internet access?
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14:05 <_ikke_> dave_9911: https://wiki.alpinelinux.org/wiki/How_to_setup_a_Alpine_Linux_mirror?
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14:44 <dave_9911> yeah was looking at that, was hoping for a apk fetch all kinda thing, to fetch all of repo and the use apk with --no-network, ill guess i got set up a mirror locally then, and have it to come up every boot, and sync it manually when network is connected. thanks
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15:06 <dave_9911> Then again it only make sense to have packages only for one architecture (and only last release)..
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15:11 <dave_9911> Guess I look somewhere else for a offline system, if installing new packages always needs network connection.
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15:24 <dave_9911> So I downloaded a repo to disk/dvd, then use it as offline repo, for updating those files, Ill try to run some rsync, otherwise just re-download all again to disk/dvd. Not too hard was it? (hope this scheme will work, I like to ditch "bloated dists" and cd/dvd-sets. Still looking here! :D Cheers
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21:43 <kolev> 3.6.0 is released now! congrats!
21:44 <Shiz> \o/
21:44 <algitbot> \o/
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22:08 <shodan45> 3.6?! awesome! oh wait, now I have to update everything. :O
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