#emc-devel | Logs for 2006-03-06

[05:41:47] <SWPadnos> well - that was harder than it should have been.
[05:42:11] <SWPadnos> but I think I'm done now
[05:42:20] <SWPadnos> (fiddling with Cahtzilla settings ;) )
[06:02:09] <SWPadnos> SWPadnos is now known as SWP_Away
[06:40:57] <lilo> [Global Notice] Hi all. Just a reminder: if you're experiencing the DCC router exploit with a Netgear or Linksys router, you can connect to freenode on port 8001 instead of port 6667, and you can disable SPI. Either should work.
[06:41:58] <lilo> [Global Notice] Both fixes should render the exploit ineffective. Also, please remember to identify to nickserv again; since our problem during the weekend, we had to reup all of the servers and some of you are not identified. Thanks.
[16:19:25] <rayh> I'm getting a bunch of errors related to installing rtai kernel modules.
[16:19:37] <rayh> New head of cvs this morning.
[16:19:54] <rayh> Update of rtai and all yesterday.
[16:20:17] <rayh> insmod: error inserting '/lib/modules/2.6.12-magma/kernel/adeos/adeos.ko': -1 File exists
[16:27:04] <cradek> look for a better error in dmesg
[16:27:22] <rayh> k
[16:27:56] <cradek> sometimes that just means the module is already loaded, but if it means something else you'll find it in dmesg.
[16:31:45] <cradek> brb
[16:32:34] <rayh> It shuts down and cleans up but never really runs.
[16:36:16] <rayh> sure enough the modules are still in there. I removed em and will rerun.
[16:36:35] <cradek> you said you did a kernel/rtai update? did you reboot afterward?
[16:40:14] <rayh> Um In the fog caused by this head cold, I don't remember doing that. I think so. Yes I swapped cd drives since the update.
[16:40:29] <cradek> heck are you still sick?
[16:40:50] <rayh> Yep.
[16:40:56] <rayh> Wish I weren't.
[16:41:03] <cradek> yow, I bet
[16:41:06] <rayh> Want to test your tp today if possible.
[16:41:18] <cradek> should sure be possible!
[16:41:20] <rayh> Looks like there might have been a problem with make.
[16:41:32] <rayh> running it again.
[16:41:56] <cradek> I think there's still a cleanup-related bug lurking in the run script somewhere...
[16:45:07] <rayh> Ah it's running.
[16:45:16] <cradek> yay
[16:46:53] <rayh> Looks good running cds.ngc.
[16:47:31] <cradek> that's a good test program because it blends lines and arcs of all different sizes
[17:50:53] <rayh> The new tp looks great on the plots. Now to connect some motors and test.
[17:51:13] <alex_joni> rayh: yay ;)
[18:11:38] <rayh> I need a copy of mini from BDI-4.38
[18:11:49] <alex_joni> rayh: hang on, coming up (per email)
[18:12:19] <alex_joni> can it be a later version? emc-1.0.39 not 38 as it is on the BDI-4.38 ?
[18:13:17] <alex_joni> on it's way.. about 133kB
[18:15:34] <rayh> Tnx
[18:15:42] <alex_joni> don't mention it ;)
[19:43:10] <lilo> [Global Notice] Hi all. Just a reminder. There's an exploit floating around that will affect you if you're using certain Netgear and Linksys routers. Someone will type 'DCC' followed by a string on an open channel, or via message, and you'll get knocked off freenode.
[19:43:55] <lilo> [Global Notice] To render the exploit ineffective, please reconnect to chat.freenode.net on port 8001 instead of the default (6667). You can also disable SPI (stateful packet inspection). This may affect you, and be resolved similarly, if you're running a Norton firewall packet.
[19:44:35] <lilo> [Global Notice] There's a bit of info on my blog ( bloggage.org ) which you should feel free to link people to, though the site will bog down easily.
[19:45:15] <lilo> [Global Notice] Also, for unrelated reasons the network was reupped over the weekend, and you may no longer be identified to nickserv. You should probably reidentify or restart your client to resolve this. Thanks!
[21:21:59] <SWP_Away> SWP_Away is now known as SWPadnos