EMC: 03jmkasunich 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/hal/utils/halcmd_completion.h: fix 'implicit declaration of function halcmd_completer' warning
I'm slightly astounded that warning was only a warning
yeah, you'd think that passing more than the default int to a function would be an error
hmm, I wonder if I should set up my shoptask computer as the dapper RT compile farm slot
that could be a good idea
it is powered up more often than the other one
jmkasunich: I'm embarassed to say I wasn't able to spot why that warning was being given. thanks for fixing it.
I had never noticed it before, but I just brought the cvs checkout on the shoptask up to date
I think I'm gonna do something very novel, and go to bed before 11pm
I was thikning the same thing, but maybe before midnight instead :)
* jmkasunich sends seb a new network connection
* seb_kuzminsky drops every other packet and waits for the retransmit
how do you do "svn revert" in git?
first, the command would be git something, not svn something :)
it may be something like git rebase <foo>
but don't listen to me - I've only used git a little bit, on one project
no rebase means "make it look like i branched off the other branch at some other point than i did"
ok - see, don't listen to me
[02:53:33] <SWPadnos> http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/howto/revert-branch-rebase.html
git reset --hard
there is a git revert command (apparently)
I don't know if it does what you'd expect though
yay - 8.04.1 is out
maybe my dual Opteron will boot with that
git revert is like bzr uncommit, it throws away whole commits
which is confusing to those of us who think revert should revert to the "HEAD" commit
oh, you want to synchronize your repo with the current TRUNK?
what? no. I'm hacking on udev, which is kept in a git repo.
i made some changes and decided i wanted to commit them to a private branch instead of the master from kernel.org
so i hadda do some switcheroo kung foo
that seems to be the case with git more often than not
one thing i dislike about both git and hg, but that bzr get right, is keeping different branches in different working directories
yeah. it seems to me that git and svn both do that strangely
git and hg both have this behavior where a repo has a working dir, and you switch which branch is "displayed" in that working dir
but I don't have a lot of experience with either
well svn doesnt do that
but then svn just barely has branches...
you mean git & hg?
the svn repos I've seen had branches subdirs in them, so you would essentially make a copy to create a branch
which is odd to me
that doesnt really bother me, what bothers me about svn branches (and cvs branches) is the lack of merge tracking
they just added merge tracking to svn 1.5 but i havent played with it yet
EMC: 03seb 07TRUNK * 10emc2/configs/hostmot2/ (README hm2-2-boards.hal hm2.hal): Sample configs for hostmot2.
"cvs up" asks a password under Dapper it is new?
tissf: no, you probably have problems with your ssh setup
tissf: is it a different machine?
(different than the one you used to work on?)
no another partition with dapper for my translation tools
you need to look in your home dir in .ssh
I can copy the ssh folder from hardy ?
i have to reboot, can't found ~/home :)
I'm home now;
cvs up ask for password !
probably invalidated ssh
hmmm. that's strange if you copied the contents of ~/.ssh/ to your new home directory
this is on my old Dapper partition
never them this problem before
tissf: is this a key that you generated on a gutsy/feisty/hardy (not dapper) machine before May 2008? If so, the key has been removed from the ssh server for security reasons.
[14:20:07] <jepler> http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/usn-612-5
er, this is the correct url: http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/usn-612-1
ahhhh ok Thank you jepler, I have to renew my key with cradek ?
tissf: yes, contact him in e-mail
you have his address?
last question: can the ssh key the same for 3 machines ? 1 dapper and 2 hardy ?
if you generate it on dapper it shouldn't be a problem
or with an updated hardy
all update are done every day
thanks, I must leave now
hey alex, when you made the hardy liveCD, did you make any changes to syslinux (or whatever the boot code is)?
SWPadnos: any reasons for asking?
then again, maybe not. I've just realized that your CD is i386 and the others I tried are a64
tad bit of a difference there :)
if you recall, I couldn't boot your liveCD on my (core 2 duo) laptop, but I could boot the 8.04 liveCD
how would one go and move a /home/ folder from one machine to another?
but then again, I couldn't boot the stock CD on my opteron but I could boot the EMC liveCD
SWPadnos: guess that makes it even
rsync sounds good
the interesting thing is that this time I waited long enough, and eventually ended up with an initrd busybox shell :)
SWPadnos: you can try some boot params
like allgenericide or something like that
pci=nomsi may help
that worked on a couple of machines that didn't want to boot
I swapped in a different hard disk, and now it doesn't boot from CD at all :~
acpi=off all-generic-ide irqpoll
there may be a BIOS issue also, it's listing the CD drive as ATAPI, though it's SATA connected
may not be aproblem, but I don't recall if it used to do that
if I ever get to a cd menu again, I'll try some of those boot param
is boot-order ok?
I select the pop-up menu and select the correct device
you can hit F11 to get a list of devices from which to boot
well, something else is screwed with that machine. I'll have to leave it until the end of the month
if I go into BIOS setup, the screen only updates about once every 10 seconds (though there's a nive scrolling blue background behind the "BIOS Setup" title)
I can hit one key, and after that the keyboard locks up
maybe the turbo button got turned off?
2.2 Hz istead of 2.2 GHz
do files in /etc dated from 2004 mean the machine was installed back then?
hmm.. most files in /dev are dated from the same day in feb 2005
alex_joni: what files ?
in etc ?
ah.. hang on
428 2004-05-19 21:34 csh.cshrc
I think so
alex_joni: depending what installed them, the timestamp might come from the package
for instance, my /bin/dash is dated 2008-03-12 but I know I didn't have this machine before April
jepler: I figured so too.. but the /dev/ entries seem to be generated
tune2fs -l /dev/whatever will tell you the date the filesystem was created
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/ (Master_User.lyx Submakefile): Added reference to user_intro.lyx
hmmm, I added a file to docs/src/common and it show up in docs/src/common/Attic did I do something wrong?
I did a cvs add filename.ext from the /common folder
after the commit I got
BigJohnT: you didn't do anything wrong
take a look at the branch tags
BigJohnT: a file is in the "Attic" if it doesn't exist on trunk
it looks like you added it in 2.2 only (so far anyway)
ok I was going to do trunk next
after you add it on trunk it should come out of the attic
* jepler wonders what else he should order from sparkfun while he's ordering jumper wires
hah they're called "premium". http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=8430
a GPS and/or cell modem experimentation kit
they have a combined one actually
plus an RFID experimentation kit, especially if you have a new, security-disabled passport
darn they don't have anything for OBD-II interfacing
that's too easy anyway - you can get kits for $30 or so
I want to make an instantaneous MPG display using OBD-II data -- the internet says that you get an OK estimate by using the MAF (air flow) sensor as a proxy for fule consumption.
[21:33:02] <jmkasunich> http://www.sparkfun.com/commerce/product_info.php?products_id=286
back in the late 70's one of the car makers use a vacuum gauge as a MPG display, Pontiac or something, my girlfriend's mother had one
I like this one better: http://www.thinkgeek.com/gadgets/cellphone/8928/
BigJohnT: the more things change ...
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/common/user_intro.lyx: adding user_intro.lyx I hope
my stealth used airflow thru the maf to calculate boost. It sucked.
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/ (Master_Integrator.lyx Master_User.lyx Submakefile): added spindle.lyx
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/examples/spindle.lyx: added spindle.lyx
ooh - neat.. Dad should see that. (he wants a decent scan tool)
Sweeeet it works!
linked from that page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/freediag/
SWPadnos: haven't cut metal yet, but 1ppr g33 seems to work great
I guess I shoudl fire up that PC and get it so it can build EMC2 :)
not that I have a mill or lathe to test it on
I'm showing deviation between the 500ppr encoder and the 1ppr one of consistently less than 0.01 revolution
(well, it rhymes anywat)
its easy to make them track when the speed is more-or-less constant
hey I'm near Arkansas so ... well they invented the tooth brush you know
the challenge is when you take a cut and it slows sown
skunkworks: you mean it was unreliable? or sucked in some other way?
skunkworks: did you see my blog entry? http://axis.unpy.net/01215190154
* jepler wanders off again
when I do a cvs diff I get "? man/man9/ilowpass.9" I assume that file was deleted
is there a switch with update to delete local too?
cvs up -dP
that's what I do...
opps I do -Pd is that different
I don't think so
-dP is the same as -Pd, but the case of both P and d is significant
ok, I just ran it again and the same results...
? <somefile> means that somefile is on your disk, but not in CVS
i think that ilowpass is on trunk only?
that's what I kinda thought
is this happening in a trunk checkout?
BigJohnT: ilowpass.9 is a generated file that CVS hasn't been told to ignore yet
that's what "?" means: the file exists in your directory but isn't known to cvs
so that gets added to .cvsignore?
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/man/man9/.cvsignore: new generated file
are there other *.9 files in that dir that shouldn't be ignored?
manpages that were written by humans rather than generated from .comp files
right. oh well :)
which reminds me, I need to document the interpolated output
make ignore ;)
that cleared that up
the normal output is "position", I called the interpolated one "pos-interp", I wonder if it should be "position-interp"?
(I like related things to sort together)
that way there's not interpretation problem betweem interpreters and interpolators
I like my ducks to line up too :)
BBQ time fellas see you later
may I suggest 'pionstietripoonlated'
see ya BigJohnT
maybe it is time for lunch
argh where are the microswitches I bought for home switches?
I have a good idea how to mount them, but now I can't find them
in that box
no, the other one
I have some extras
I'll e-mail them to you
jmkasunich: yeah that's my best guess
argh - this poison ivy is driving me nutz
uh oh something's not right in the documentation
make: *** No rule to make target `objects/examples_spindle.xml', needed by `objects/xref.xml'. Stop.
there's an error in the submakefile change
oh, maybe not
EMC: 03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/Submakefile: new directory needs new rule
food time. bbl
jepler: does the 2.2.x branch need the same line in submakefile?
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/gcode/main.lyx: Moved G38 to numerical position
BigJohnT: it doesn't seem to have the same error
BigJohnT: there are some details that are different between 2.2 and TRUNK, I guess this is one
thanks, well back to the BBQ
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/Submakefile: Moved G38 to numerical position
EMC: 03bigjohnt 07v2_2_branch * 10emc2/docs/src/gcode/main.lyx: Moved G38 to numerical position