Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-09-28 Thread aitor_czr
On 28/9/20 8:31, aitor_czr wrote: The above issues have been fixed and the packages are available in: deb http://packages.gnuinos.org/merged beowulf main deb-src http://packages.gnuinos.org/merged beowulf main You need gnuinos-keyring. Aitor

Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-09-28 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 6/4/20 0:43, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Mike, On 4/5/20 8:20 PM, Mike Schmitz via Dng wrote: One thing I ran into right away, and took me a few tries before I figured it out; I needed to quote my passphrase, since it has spaces. It might be good to do that in your call to wpa

Re: [DNG] problem with KDE/plasma on Beowulf / pulseaudio too

2020-09-27 Thread aitor_czr
On 27/9/20 13:59, g4sra via Dng wrote: I have reservations about where QT5 is going, despite any issue with pulseaudio, now might be a good time to jump ship. +1 ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org

Re: [DNG] Danger: Debian POSIX hostility

2020-09-21 Thread aitor_czr
things. My help was installing simple-netaid-cdkin Void Linux, the ncurses interface for simple-netaid: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/simple-netaid-cdk I seem to remember. It required to build from source ifupdown (which -as someone has pointed out in this thread- has its origin

Re: [DNG] Can't install Gwenview on Devuan Beowulf with XFCE

2020-08-09 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Emiliano, On 7/8/20 3:04, Ludovic Bellière wrote: Thus, you'll have to switch from consolekit to elogind if you wish to use anything KDE. If you don't want to mix so many Qt dependecies with Gtk stuff, you can use the images of gnuinoslxqt, built a couple of days ago including gwenview:

Re: [DNG] Deleted qemu image

2020-07-16 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, The /srv partition is the largest on this machine and the testdisk recovery image of this partition (~170G) is too large to fit anywhere on the hard drive. I'm not pretty sure, but testdisk allows you to generate an iso image of whatever you want, i seem to remember:

Re: [DNG] Problem with DHCP during boot

2020-07-15 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 7/15/20 9:07 PM, Florian Zieboll wrote: On July 15, 2020 7:21:30 PM GMT+02:00, Simon Hobson wrote: Can anyone give me any hint as to what is bringing up the network before it is supposed to be ? Although I am not doing IPv6 networking myself, I suppose searching the DNG list's

Re: [DNG] kernel instabilities

2020-07-12 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Riccardo, On 06/01/2020 07:55 PM, Riccardo Mottola via Dng wrote: yes, I am currently on ascii on all my machines. I could try to test beowulf too, although I need to be sure to have gcc 6.5 Beowulf has gcc-7 and gcc-8 instead, but also gcc (build-essential) which is the compiler used by

Re: [DNG] About amprolla-3

2020-07-02 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 02/07/20 13:50, aitor_czr wrote: Dear Ralph, On 02/07/20 09:36, Ralph Ronnquist via Dng wrote: aitor_czr wrote on 2/7/20 9:13 pm: Hi again, On 02/07/20 10:42, aitor_czr wrote: for other values of*dist* we would find also other categories like 'contrib' or 'non-free' and also

Re: [DNG] About amprolla-3

2020-07-02 Thread aitor_czr
Dear Ralph, On 02/07/20 09:36, Ralph Ronnquist via Dng wrote: aitor_czr wrote on 2/7/20 9:13 pm: Hi again, On 02/07/20 10:42, aitor_czr wrote: for other values of*dist* we would find also other categories like 'contrib' or 'non-free' and also other different architectures ( 'source' 'all

Re: [DNG] About amprolla-3

2020-07-02 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 02/07/20 10:42, aitor_czr wrote: for other values of *dist* we would find also other categories like 'contrib' or 'non-free' and also other different architectures ( 'source' 'all' 'i386 and 'amd64' aside) Strictly speaking: the source for each category and, on the other hand

Re: [DNG] About amprolla-3

2020-07-02 Thread aitor_czr
I rectify: On 02/07/20 10:42, aitor_czr wrote: (Note the missing '/' symbol at the begining of the string) and the code above will stay this way: if k.endswith('/binary-armhf/Packages.gz'): for a in arches:   for c in categories:     if a in k and ("/%s/" % c) in k:   urls = (

[DNG] About amprolla-3

2020-07-02 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, Having a look at the code of the amprolla_init.py script: https://github.com/parazyd/amprolla/blob/master/amprolla_init.py you'll find the following commented lines 76-81: # if k.endswith('/binary-armhf/Packages.gz'): # for a in arches: #   for c in categories: # if a in k and

Re: [DNG] Which DE?

2020-05-24 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 05/24/2020 11:28 AM, al3xu5 / dotcommon wrote: I still have some doubts if LXQt could be a better choice. Thanks again for your support Regards I have my doubts about Qt in general: https://www.qt.io/blog/qt-offering-changes-2020 Cheers, Aitor.

Re: [DNG] What an Ad hominem!

2020-04-18 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, El 2020-04-18 a las 13:51, aitor_czr escribió: Hi, Today I replayed to the translation into spanish of one article written by a systemd developer in Lennart Pottering's blog, and arguing (*aside* of the translated article) that most of the systemd detractors are also propietary

[DNG] What an Ad hominem!

2020-04-18 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, Today I replayed to the translation into spanish of one article written by a systemd developer in Lennart Pottering's blog, and arguing (*aside* of the translated article) that most of the systemd detractors are also propietary software defenders:

Re: [DNG] Waterfox issues under Devuan ASCII

2020-04-16 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Hendrik, El 2020-04-13 a las 15:19, Hendrik Boom escribió: Very interesting that you're building a minimalist browser. What existing software stack are you building it on? -- hendrik Gtk and libwebkit, but i'm also looking for other possible alternatives, because Webkit (distributed

Re: [DNG] Waterfox issues under Devuan ASCII

2020-04-16 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, El 2020-04-14 a las 04:18, spiralofhope escribió: Related: Tabbed Simple generic tabbed frontend to xembed-aware applications, originally designed for surf but also usable with many other applications.. http://tools.suckless.org/tabbed/ Thanks a lot for the link, it seems to be

Re: [DNG] Waterfox issues under Devuan ASCII

2020-04-11 Thread aitor_czr
On 4/11/20 7:04 PM, aitor_czr wrote: But i wonder if libwebkitgtk-1.0 (compatible with Gtk2) will survive the passing of time and dbus. The answer is blowin' in the wind :) ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi

Re: [DNG] Waterfox issues under Devuan ASCII

2020-04-11 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Edward, On 4/11/20 5:40 PM, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Hi, I tried to extract the contents of the current .tar.gz2 archive in /opt as suggested but failed with the following error: -ERROR- # tar xjf waterfox-current-2020.04.en-US.linux-x86_64.tar.bz2 . tar: .: Not found in

Re: [DNG] Waterfox issues under Devuan ASCII

2020-04-11 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Edward, On 4/11/20 11:50 AM, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Hi, I would like to ask whether Devuan and Waterfox are still compatible. Updates of Waterfox are not working. I tried the classic version as the new one may have more issues. The 'old' version of waterfox I am using freezes the

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-04-09 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Didier, On 4/9/20 10:19 PM, aitor_czr wrote: Sorry for the typo. install *ifplugd* or an equivalent. Another clarification: ifplugd depends on ifupdown and breaks with ifupdown2. The real culprit of the startup delay is ifupdown together with dhcp, and it's not caused by the time-out

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-04-09 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Didier, On 4/9/20 4:29 PM, Didier Kryn wrote: Le 09/04/2020 à 18:16, Didier Kryn a écrit : Le 09/04/2020 à 16:13, dal a écrit : Hello and thanks for Beowulf. An issue: it looks like    devuan_beowulf_3.0.0_beta_amd64_netinstall.iso    and the base system installable from it do not

Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Mike, On 4/5/20 8:20 PM, Mike Schmitz via Dng wrote: One thing I ran into right away, and took me a few tries before I figured it out; I needed to quote my passphrase, since it has spaces. It might be good to do that in your call to wpa-passphrase. It shouldn't have taken as many tries as it

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Adrian, On 4/5/20 1:19 PM, Adrian Zaugg wrote: Unfortunately there is no DNSSEC on pkgmaster.devuan.org nor on packages.gnuinos.org There are several https key-servers out there... Could somebody recommend me someone in particular? Thanks in advance, Aitor.

Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 4/5/20 2:05 PM, aitor_czr wrote: Hi again, On 4/5/20 2:04 PM, aitor_czr wrote: Hi all, Today i uploaded the first releases of libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk. Here you are the packages: http://gnuinos.org/simple-netaid-cdk/simple-netaid.tar.gz Just install the packages appropriate

Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
On 4/5/20 2:05 PM, aitor_czr wrote: The Gtk2 packages will available soon. ... will *be* available... ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng

Re: [DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 4/5/20 2:04 PM, aitor_czr wrote: Hi all, Today i uploaded the first releases of libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk. Here you are the packages: http://gnuinos.org/simple-netaid-cdk/simple-netaid.tar.gz Just install the packages appropriate to your architecture, add the following

[DNG] libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk released!

2020-04-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, Today i uploaded the first releases of libnetaid and simple-netaid-cdk. Here you are the packages: http://gnuinos.org/simple-netaid-cdk/simple-netaid.tar.gz Just install the packages appropriate to your architecture, add the following lines to the /etc/network/interfaces files:

Re: [DNG] Help needed:[Fwd: eudev: Methods to detect if running in a container.]

2020-03-30 Thread aitor_czr
On 30/3/20 20:00, tom wrote: OpenRC natively supports detecting what kind of environment it running in. Be it baremetal, LXC, etc. Perhaps you could use that or at least look at the source code for it. Thanks a lot, tom. ___ Dng mailing list

Re: [DNG] What to do with an inode?

2020-03-30 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 30/3/20 15:46, Simon Hobson wrote: Hendrik Boom wrote: On Mon, Mar 30, 2020 at 03:18:45PM +, aitor_czr wrote: $ ls --inode --directory "/" 2 / Is there anything I can do with an inode except check file identity within a filesystem? You can use it as a search conditio

Re: [DNG] Help needed:[Fwd: eudev: Methods to detect if running in a container.]

2020-03-30 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 30/3/20 14:09, g4sra via Dng wrote: Fails to identify a Devuan Guest which has its own partition running in a VM hosted by Fedora. Are you referring to the *raw* host hard disk from a guest? http://www.virtualbox.org/manual/ch09.html#rawdisk Aitor.

Re: [DNG] Help needed:[Fwd: eudev: Methods to detect if running in a container.]

2020-03-30 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Svante, On 19/2/20 15:17, Svante Signell via Dng wrote: Hello, No replies so far from the devuan-dev list. Maybe with a larger audience I can get some help! Thanks! Checking  whether the *inode* number of the primary directory in the standard filesystem hierarchy used in the most

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-03-26 Thread aitor_czr
Hi tempforever, On 26/3/20 2:57, tempforever wrote: Thanks a lot.  Your message is going to be top of my list for a couple years :-) Not at all. I like to be at the very top. Cheers, topforever. ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org

Re: [DNG] The real reason I like Linux

2020-03-24 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Steve, On 15/3/20 16:39, Steve Litt wrote: All of these are good ideas, but if it were me, I'd prioritize simple-netaid-dmenu, in which all from-list selection and all user input is done via dmenu. Gtk2, Gtk3, qt5, and ncurses are all fairly big libraries. Dmenu is tiny and depends only on

Re: [DNG] libnetaid-0.1

2020-03-24 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 3/3/20 15:26, aitor wrote: I removed the MAC Address so far because it's giving me a segmentation fault. I hope to fix this issue shortly. The issue has been solved replacing the standard C sprintf() by g_strdup_printf() in the "netproc.c" file, which is similar to the first one but

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-03-24 Thread aitor_czr
Hi On 19/3/22 14:01, aitor_czr wrote: On 22/3/20 12:18, Dimitris via Dng wrote: wget https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/devuan/pool/main/d/devuan-keyring/devuan-keyring_2017.10.03_all.deb dpkg --install devuan-keyring_2017.10.03_all.deb resending, last message was encrypted.. Wow! The date

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-03-22 Thread aitor_czr
On 22/3/20 12:18, Dimitris via Dng wrote: wget https://pkgmaster.devuan.org/devuan/pool/main/d/devuan-keyring/devuan-keyring_2017.10.03_all.deb dpkg --install devuan-keyring_2017.10.03_all.deb resending, last message was encrypted.. Wow! ___ Dng

Re: [DNG] Beowulf Beta is here!

2020-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 19/3/20 15:24, Rainer Weikusat via Dng wrote: goli...@devuan.org writes: Dear dev1ers, The Devuan 3 Beowulf Beta release is now ready for review. [...] In solidarity, The Devuan Devs Great news. Thanks a lot. Yes, I've it working on my computers. Thanks, golinux and all the

Re: [DNG] Unix Socket class: how to send arguments to the suid of simple-netaid

2019-09-13 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 12/9/19 6:49, aitor_czr wrote: Maybe you are wondering about the reaseon why the server of the socket should be multithreaded. Well... Download the following example: http://gnuinos.org/socket/ip/ The code of the server has been replaced by: serverSocket( { FILE_DESCRIPTOR, &q

Re: [DNG] Unix Socket class: how to send arguments to the suid of simple-netaid

2019-09-12 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 10/9/19 11:45, aitor_czr wrote: Hi all, Here you are an example of the unix socket class used in simple-netaid for sending the arguments to the suid binary through a file descriptor instead of using arguments in the command line: http://gnuinos.org/socket/socket-class-example

[DNG] Unix Socket class: how to send arguments to the suid of simple-netaid

2019-09-10 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, Here you are an example of the unix socket class used in simple-netaid for sending the arguments to the suid binary through a file descriptor instead of using arguments in the command line: http://gnuinos.org/socket/socket-class-example/ You'll need to install libglibmm-2.4-dev for

Re: [DNG] Future of gNewSense: Debian or Devuan?

2019-08-09 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 9/8/19 20:50, aitor_czr wrote: Hi, On 1/8/19 17:45, fsmithred via Dng wrote: There's not really anything to yank out. Don't have a non-free repo and don't put non-free firmware on the installer isos. They probably also want to use a libre kernel. This is not a difficult task

Re: [DNG] Future of gNewSense: Debian or Devuan?

2019-08-09 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 1/8/19 17:45, fsmithred via Dng wrote: There's not really anything to yank out. Don't have a non-free repo and don't put non-free firmware on the installer isos. They probably also want to use a libre kernel. This is not a difficult task, and gnuinos already does this. You already

Re: [DNG] Future of gNewSense: Debian or Devuan?

2019-08-05 Thread aitor_czr
On 5/8/19 10:49, aitor_czr wrote: Hi, On 3/8/19 15:36, pekman wrote: I'm hoping for a prosperous future for the whole team, which will find a solid solution for one of the first FSF certified distros. Just as a curiosity, in the beginning GNU/Trisquel -a full free spanish distribution listed

Re: [DNG] Future of gNewSense: Debian or Devuan?

2019-08-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 3/8/19 15:36, pekman wrote: I'm hoping for a prosperous future for the whole team, which will find a solid solution for one of the first FSF certified distros. Just as a curiosity, in the beginning GNU/Trisquel -a full free spanish distribution listed in the FSF website and developed by

Re: [DNG] Future of gNewSense: Debian or Devuan?

2019-08-05 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 3/8/19 15:36, pekman wrote: I'm hoping for a prosperous future for the whole team, which will find a solid solution for one of the first FSF certified distros. Just as a curosity,in the beginning GNU/Trisquel -a spanish full free distribution listed in the FSF website and developed by

Re: [DNG] Ascii netinstall problems

2019-07-08 Thread aitor_czr
Hi m_maass, On 8/7/19 17:41, m_maass wrote: Dear Friends, i want to install ascii with packages.devuan.org/devuan/dists/jessie/main/installer-amd64/current/images/netboot/netboot.tar.gz As far as i know, the "packages.devuan.org" repository is deprecated. Did you try with "deb.devuan.org"?

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-07-07 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 7/7/19 9:40, aitor_czr wrote: Hi again, On 6/7/19 12:36, fsmithred via Dng wrote: I selected Devuan, stable, main. Yesterday i selected Gnuinos, stable, main, and it worked for me. I uploaded the image today: http://gnuinos.org/Ascii/ Cheers, Aitor. Wicd doesn't work

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-07-07 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 6/7/19 12:36, fsmithred via Dng wrote: I selected Devuan, stable, main. Yesterday i selected Gnuinos, stable, main, and it worked for me. I uploaded the image today: http://gnuinos.org/Ascii/ Cheers, Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-07-06 Thread aitor_czr
Hi fsmithred, On 5/7/19 22:46, fsmithred via Dng wrote: On 5/30/19 4:54 PM, aitor_czr wrote: Hi fsmithred, On 30/5/19 15:30, fsmithred via Dng wrote: Reboot into the system looks good. It installed the full system from the iso (without network) :) :) :) Now I have to look

Re: [DNG] New Nginx documentation for beginners

2019-06-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 14/6/19 1:51, Steve Litt wrote: Hi all, I just put up several nginx documents helpful to those who don't yet have a complete knowledge of nginx. You can access them all from the following URL: http://www.troubleshooters.com/linux/nginx/ Thanks, SteveT Thanks Steve, it'll be very

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid from scratch

2019-06-01 Thread aitor_czr
Hi s@, On 20/5/19 22:41, s@ wrote: aitor_czr wrote: Have a look at the server side: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/simple-netaid/blob/master/backend_src/server.c char buffer[512]; (...) You are using in some places 'sizeof(buffer)' in 'fgets()' and such.. Your buffer has a fixed size

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-05-30 Thread aitor_czr
Hi fsmithred, On 30/5/19 15:30, fsmithred via Dng wrote: On 5/30/19 11:17 AM, aitor wrote: Hi fsmithred, On 30/5/19 16:37, fsmithred via Dng wrote: I chose openbox, ascii, main and I got xfce instead. Yes, i know... The same happened to me. The config file is the config file for xfce. Minor

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-05-29 Thread aitor_czr
Hi fsmithred, On 28/5/19 12:31, fsmithred via Dng wrote: I chose gnuinos, openbox, main. It ran. I got a 114M iso that shows me a boot menu but won't boot to live. It does the same with bios/isolinux as with uefi/grub. There's no kernel or initrd in the live dir on the iso or in

Re: [DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-05-27 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 27/5/19 6:14, aitor_czr wrote: Hi all, I added the uefi support to the sources of the live-sdk: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/live-sdk/tree/master/ Install all the build dependencies mentioned in the README file (some of them can depend on the architecture of the system

[DNG] UEFI support in the live-sdk

2019-05-27 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, I added the uefi support to the sources of the live-sdk: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/live-sdk/tree/master/ Install all the build dependencies mentioned in the README file (some of them can depend on the architecture of the system (like, for example, grub-efi-amd64-bin / grub-efi

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid from scratch

2019-05-19 Thread aitor_czr
.255 NETMASK=255.255.255.0 PROTOCOL=IEEE 802.11 ESSID=Euskaltel-58YA QUALITY=94% Have a look at the server side: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/simple-netaid/blob/master/backend_src/server.c concretly to the writeFileDescriptor ( int df, struct sbuf s ) function. It works as follows: - ipr

[DNG] simple-netaid from scratch

2019-05-15 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, I recently started started developing the backend of simple-netaid from scratch. There will be a lot of improvements. You can find the project here: https://git.devuan.org/aitor_czr/simple-netaid/tree/master/ The readme file will contain all the documentation about usage of the CLI

Re: [DNG] Beowulf release schedule

2019-05-07 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Steve, On 7/5/19 6:08, Steve wrote: I'm deciding whether to upgrade from ascii to beowulf now or wait until beowulf becomes the stable release. Is there a release date scheduled or a page that shows what tasks are remaining? Thanks, Steve I can build images of beowulf using the live-sdk. I

Re: [DNG] Hopman, more configuration

2019-05-06 Thread aitor_czr
H Didier, On 4/5/19 13:18, Didier Kryn wrote: Hi all, in particular Steve and Aitor who have tested the program.     Two new boolean parameters are now recognised in the config file:     Decorate = True means the window has border, title and buttons, False means it has none of these.    

Re: [DNG] New application ready to test: hopman

2019-05-01 Thread aitor_czr
On 1/5/19 18:23, aitor_czr wrote: What about the use of CMake? I can help on that, and also in the translations. Aitor. using xgettext and msginit ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] New application ready to test: hopman

2019-05-01 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Didier, On 28/4/19 22:59, Didier Kryn wrote:     Thanks a lot Aitor.     In the mean time I've found a bug which should cause memory leak and possible segfault. I'll do a few checks and push the corrected version asap.     Didier On Thu, 2015-11-26 at 17:04 +, Roger Leigh wrote:

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] New application ready to test: hopman

2019-04-28 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Didier, On 23/4/19 12:22, Didier Kryn wrote:     Hello Devuaneers.     I have put on https://git.devuan.org/kryn/hopman an application to let mount/umount/open filesystems on hotplug mass storage devises such as USB sticks or SD cards. This is a replacements for features provided by

Re: [DNG] Please, inform users about the current 'health' of Devuan.

2019-04-19 Thread aitor_czr
On 19/4/19 12:41, Antony Stone wrote: "replacement for" IMHO. Antony. Which book (originally written in english and in plain language, discarding Charles Dickens and so on) should i carry to a deserted island in order to improve my english? Roald Dahl springs to mind... Any among you has

Re: [DNG] Please, inform users about the current 'health' of Devuan.

2019-04-19 Thread aitor_czr
On 19/4/19 12:20, aitor_czr wrote: as well as a replacement to sysvinit [*] Runit, s6, OpenRC or whatever you want :) Aitor. [*] replacement of..., better said? ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin

Re: [DNG] Please, inform users about the current 'health' of Devuan.

2019-04-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 19/4/19 11:03, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Following the last crises in the Administration of Devuan, as a user of Devuan who appreciates init freedom, I am worried. Is the crises over or not? What about the void created by katolaZ? I still hope to see KatolaZ around. He really has

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 14/4/19 11:46, info at smallinnovations dot nl wrote: I did support Devuan with mirror.smallinnovations.nl and devuan.smallinnovations.nl (and do until 30 april). I can read :) So what exactly is your point except that you apparently like to bully people? Bully people? Who is bulling

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
Hi fsmithred, On 14/4/19 11:22, fsmithred via Dng wrote: On 04/14/2019 04:40 AM, Antony Stone wrote: On Sunday 14 April 2019 at 10:39:34, aitor_czr wrote: On 14/4/19 10:30, chillfan--- via Dng wrote: About corporations: If they are that interested in Devuan (and yes I'm repeating myself

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 14/4/19 9:59, aitor_czr wrote: my words have not been aimed against any people who supported devuan in the past, neither against Centurion Dan nor against KatolaZ whom i really appreciate :) Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 14/4/19 10:40, Antony Stone wrote: How difficult is "possible"? Antony. Not so difficult. I'll work on that. Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
Hi chillfan, On 14/4/19 10:30, chillfan--- via Dng wrote: About corporations: If they are that interested in Devuan (and yes I'm repeating myself) they should put some dedicated maintainers our way so we can remove all of libsystemd0. It's possible to remove entirely libsystemd0. Aitor.

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 14/4/19 9:55, aitor_czr wrote: On 13/4/19 16:34, mett wrote: While everybody is obviously free to leave if he realizes he does not share the same goal as the rest of the project, we are still facing a crisis. I thus believe that we should win over people who supported devuan in the past

Re: [DNG] [SPAM] Re: Way forward

2019-04-14 Thread aitor_czr
On 13/4/19 16:34, mett wrote: While everybody is obviously free to leave if he realizes he does not share the same goal as the rest of the project, we are still facing a crisis. I thus believe that we should win over people who supported devuan in the past, not fight with them. Of course, i

Re: [DNG] Way forward

2019-04-12 Thread aitor_czr
On 12/4/19 23:20, info at smallinnovations dot nl wrote: So you only have to endure me another 18 days. 0 days, in my case, because I won't waste more time reading your messages. Good luck :) Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org

Re: [DNG] devuan.pro works now.

2019-04-12 Thread aitor_czr
On 12/4/19 21:45, Hendrik Boom wrote: Seems to work now. Thanks to whoever did it. -- hendrik Yes, i was getting the same "Your connection is not secure" message, but now the website works :) Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org

[DNG] The backend of simple-netaid step by step

2019-03-31 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, I'm building the backend of simple-netaid step by step, so that you can test it about possible glitchs. Here you are the first step: http://www.gnuinos.org/examples/simple-netaid/ Build it: $ ./build and run: $ ./simple-netaid-server The output will be something like: Conneted to

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid tips

2019-03-24 Thread aitor_czr
On 23/3/19 10:34, aitor_czr wrote: The backbone of the shared library is a small part of the iproute project remaining the rest of the project in order to enable the accessibility to the "iproute show" command without root privileges. Oops..., "ip route show" can

[DNG] simple-netaid tips

2019-03-23 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, I'll try to document how the backend of simple-netaid works. First of all, please take in mind that this project was started by another person (Edward Bartolo) with a very different point of view, but helding out an inspiration for mine. So, take this thread as a positive feedback for the

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-21 Thread aitor_czr
Hi KatolaZ, On 19/3/19 11:13, KatolaZ wrote: On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 11:00:59AM +0100, aitor_czr wrote: [cut] I answer myself, referring to the use of pkill wpa_supplicant: #include int kill_wpa_supplicant(void) {     pid_t wpa_pid;     FILE *fp;     fp = (fopen("/va

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
On 19/3/19 23:41, aitor_czr wrote: fsmithred wrote the following command in d1g time ago: |kill $(ps -e |grep wpa |grep -oP '\d{3,}') https://dev1galaxy.org/viewtopic.php?id=2158 Aitor.| |I rectify: it was written by Panopticon.| | | || ___ Dng

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi KatolaZ, On 19/3/19 11:13, KatolaZ wrote: On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 11:00:59AM +0100, aitor_czr wrote: [cut] I answer myself, referring to the use of pkill wpa_supplicant: #include int kill_wpa_supplicant(void) {     pid_t wpa_pid;     FILE *fp;     fp = (fopen("/va

Re: [DNG] an alternative to poettering's ifplugd

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Didier, On 19/3/19 12:39, Didier Kryn wrote: Le 19/03/2019 à 09:56, aitor_czr a écrit : Hi Nick, On 19/3/19 9:21, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote: ... for i in /sys/class/net/eth*; do ... Thanks for your script! Interesting to know... With a short look, i seems to read the value content

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
On 19/3/19 11:23, aitor_czr wrote: which has been is written has been written ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi KatolaZ, On 19/3/19 11:13, KatolaZ wrote: On Tue, Mar 19, 2019 at 11:00:59AM +0100, aitor_czr wrote: [cut] I answer myself, referring to the use of pkill wpa_supplicant: #include int kill_wpa_supplicant(void) {     pid_t wpa_pid;     FILE *fp;     fp = (fopen("/va

Re: [DNG] How to test the backend of simple-netaid

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 7/9/18 19:37, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Edward, El 07/09/18 a las 17:59, Edward Bartolo escribió: On 07/09/2018, aitor_czr wrote: El 07/09/18 a las 12:00, Edward Bartolo escribió: Aitor wrote: "I spent a lot of time downgrading the frontend from Gtk3 to Gtk2, because of the ge

Re: [DNG] an alternative to poettering's ifplugd

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
On 19/3/19 9:56, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Nick, On 19/3/19 9:21, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote: You might call me ignorant, but with bash this can be done a bit simpler (this is from my solution to the detect-if-kable-present-while-booting-problem):-) #!/bin/bash while sleep 1; do for i

Re: [DNG] an alternative to poettering's ifplugd

2019-03-19 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Nick, On 19/3/19 9:21, Dr. Nikolaus Klepp wrote: You might call me ignorant, but with bash this can be done a bit simpler (this is from my solution to the detect-if-kable-present-while-booting-problem):-) #!/bin/bash while sleep 1; do for i in /sys/class/net/eth*; do

Re: [DNG] an alternative to poettering's ifplugd

2019-03-18 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 18/3/19 18:37, aitor_czr wrote: Hi all, On 17/3/19 13:45, aitor_czr wrote: I'm also working on an alternative to poettering's ifplugd for the automatically wired connect option of simple-netaid. Aitor. Here you are the code: gnuinos.org/examples/netproc/main.c Install

Re: [DNG] an alternative to poettering's ifplugd

2019-03-18 Thread aitor_czr
Hi all, On 17/3/19 13:45, aitor_czr wrote: I'm also working on an alternative to poettering's ifplugd for the automatically wired connect option of simple-netaid. Aitor. Here you are the code: gnuinos.org/examples/netproc/main.c Install the libiw-dev and ethtool packages, and build

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid-backend debugged.

2019-03-17 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 17/3/19 13:38, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Eward, On 7/3/19 8:38, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Hi Everyone, My version of simple-netaid-backend has been debugged to connect when there is only one active wifi hotspot. It was previously failing to connect because there was an error

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid-backend debugged.

2019-03-17 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 17/3/19 16:04, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Tom, On 17/3/19 14:38, wirelessd...@gmail.com wrote: I'm also working on an alternative to poettering's ifplugd for the automatically wired connect option of simple-netaid. Aitor. Can you borrow code from netplug for that? It does the same

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid-backend debugged.

2019-03-17 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Tom, On 17/3/19 14:38, wirelessd...@gmail.com wrote: I'm also working on an alternative to poettering's ifplugd for the automatically wired connect option of simple-netaid. Aitor. Can you borrow code from netplug for that? It does the same as ifplugd. —Tom I knew netplug, but i

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid-backend debugged.

2019-03-17 Thread aitor_czr
Hi again, On 17/3/19 13:38, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Eward, On 7/3/19 8:38, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Hi Everyone, My version of simple-netaid-backend has been debugged to connect when there is only one active wifi hotspot. It was previously failing to connect because there was an error

Re: [DNG] simple-netaid-backend debugged.

2019-03-17 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Eward, On 7/3/19 8:38, Edward Bartolo via Dng wrote: Hi Everyone, My version of simple-netaid-backend has been debugged to connect when there is only one active wifi hotspot. It was previously failing to connect because there was an error in a while loop which prevented iteration from

Re: [DNG] dbus [was: Re: logging uses of machine-id]

2019-03-12 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 12/3/19 13:45, Antony Stone wrote: On Tuesday 12 March 2019 at 13:41:44, aitor_czr wrote: Hi Anthony, On 12/3/19 13:35, Antony Stone wrote: If that's a serious comment, what is evil/wrong with (lib)dbus? One of the premises of the devuan project was (i thought): no more wraps

Re: [DNG] dbus [was: Re: logging uses of machine-id]

2019-03-12 Thread aitor_czr
Hi Anthony, On 12/3/19 13:35, Antony Stone wrote: If that's a serious comment, what is evil/wrong with (lib)dbus? One of the premises of the devuan project was (i thought): no more wraps, please. Time to eat :) Aitor. ___ Dng mailing list

Re: [DNG] logging uses of machine-id

2019-03-12 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 12/3/19 9:25, KatolaZ wrote: Again, this is pretty pointless: just look for reverse-deps on libdbus and you'll find the answers you are looking for. /var/lib/dbus/machine-id is read by anyting that opens a dbus channel and/or sends/receives a message through dbus. It is not read by the

Re: [DNG] /var/lib/dbus/machine-id -- new dbus version

2019-03-11 Thread aitor_czr
On 11/3/19 11:13, KatolaZ wrote: Just put your command in /etc/rc.local HND KatolaZ So, my answer was the long answer :) ___ Dng mailing list Dng@lists.dyne.org https://mailinglists.dyne.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/dng

Re: [DNG] /var/lib/dbus/machine-id -- new dbus version

2019-03-11 Thread aitor_czr
Hi, On 11/3/19 10:32, al3xu5 / dotcommon wrote: Hi I am using ASCII, migrated from Jessie, migrated from Debian (maybe but I do not remember)... Unitil I will migrate to Beowulf, I guess adopt this proposed solution: 1) symlink /etc/machine-id to /var/lib/dbus/machine-id 2) run boot:

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