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21 Jan 2020
19:42:57@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgbero chromium is in synch with fedora right?
19:43:07@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberomostly
19:43:24@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero we have a few extra patches and we're not doing a couple of the things they're doing to support prehistoric distros
19:43:39@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero I just noticed we forgot use_vaapi=true in the build flags, so that's a likely explanation
19:43:42@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberoalready committed a fix
20:05:01@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgbero when I tried build chromium with vaapi, I enable this https://github.com/AngryPenguinPL/chromium-browser-stable/commit/c7eba12be6c10fc8250dc0f3b70037caa65b9f07
20:05:22@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.organd not help :/
20:05:46@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero let's see how it behaves in the newer version
20:06:19@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberocurrently building 79 in abf and 80 locally
20:18:38@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgbero If I good remember, fedora build chromium without codecs and to enable it, need download separate package chromium-libs-media-freeworld
20:18:44@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgor sometings like that
20:19:25@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgmaybe chromium in omv sync also this change from fedora?
20:19:46@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberono, our solution is far superior
20:19:56@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero we have a patch in ffmpeg that dlopens the codec libraries if they're there
20:20:11@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgok
20:20:29@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero so we don't need to do anything in chromium or anything else that uses ffmpeg
20:20:37@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberoif the user installs the codec library anything using ffmpeg uses it
20:22:20@freenode_Pharaoh_Atem:matrix.orgPharaoh_Atem well, it's not necessarily superior
20:22:44@freenode_Pharaoh_Atem:matrix.orgPharaoh_Atem the downside is that chromium can crash when the backing library doesn't exist because now ffmpeg lies to the app about what codecs are supported
20:23:07@freenode_Pharaoh_Atem:matrix.orgPharaoh_Atem that's why Fedora doesn't do it that way
20:23:40@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.org@freenode_AngryPenguin:matrix.orgbero SUSE use vaapi too, maybe you can loook https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/openSUSE:Factory/chromium
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22:05:24@freenode_fdrt:matrix.orgfdrtdoes anybody know how to restrict specific user to run bash, python, ruby, etc scripts
22:25:49@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero fdrt: Probably easiest to make that user's login shell rbash (restricted bash) or something similar
22:26:00@freenode_fdrt:matrix.orgfdrtlooking
22:26:46@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberohttps://www.gnu.org/software/bash/manual/html_node/The-Restricted-Shell.html
22:27:38@freenode_bero:matrix.orgbero since the user can't set PATH and can't run anything with slashes in the name, and can't cd, that user is essentially restricted to running stuff that is in their PATH
22:28:03@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberobut for some uses rbash can be too restrictive
22:28:05@freenode_bero:matrix.orgberofdrt: ^^^

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