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5 Sep 2019
05:53:02@mp:kotilo.dy.fiMaster-Passelii have not looked in to a code so i can not comment how "done right" they are
05:53:34@mp:kotilo.dy.fiMaster-Passelibut atleast consept should be ok
05:54:30@zork:matrix.orgzorkyeah, but the desktop clients for Matrix so far don't really support it properly
05:54:46@zork:matrix.orgzorkso I'm on Riot (through the website), would prefer a desktop client thuogh
05:56:46@mp:kotilo.dy.fiMaster-Passeliah ok, i have not tested desktop clients for matrix. i use only web and android riot
05:57:47@zork:matrix.orgzorksame for me at the moment
06:02:56@mp:kotilo.dy.fiMaster-Passeliit's a sad thing that Tox project does not get attension it deserves
6 Sep 2019
02:27:33@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogHas anyone here installed the Sarpi64 for the Rpi3?
21:47:26@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogNo one?
22:39:45@arayasouren:matrix.orgarayasourenIs there any reason to use kernel-generic instead of huge one? If you are running generic kernel then after every kernel update you are supposed to run mkinitrd. But is it worth it?
7 Sep 2019
02:09:24@zork:matrix.orgzork
In reply to @kermitdafrog:matrix.org
Has anyone here installed the Sarpi64 for the Rpi3?
Just RasPi 2 for me
02:14:56@zork:matrix.orgzork
In reply to @arayasouren:matrix.org
Is there any reason to use kernel-generic instead of huge one? If you are running generic kernel then after every kernel update you are supposed to run mkinitrd. But is it worth it?
I doubt there's any performance benefit, but I prefer the idea of only loading what is necessary.
02:16:22@zork:matrix.orgzork And since I'm always using LUKS and loading the Intel firmware updates (in the initrd), then it makes sense to go with generic.
02:19:58@zork:matrix.orgzork

You can set it up to run automatically on kennel upgrades if you want

https://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/crude-housekeeping-script-for-kernel-upgrades-4175649258/#post5968501

02:20:25@zork:matrix.orgzork That's how I do it with grub + /etc/mkinitrd.conf
09:27:43@arayasouren:matrix.orgarayasouren Interesting. I use existing symlins, but I've never bothered with creating/deleting symlinks. Always thought they create/delete automatically.
17:56:23@zork:matrix.orgzork
In reply to @arayasouren:matrix.org
Interesting. I use existing symlins, but I've never bothered with creating/deleting symlinks. Always thought they create/delete automatically.
Which symlinks?
17:57:09@zork:matrix.orgzorkOh, no I meant the post that I linked to
17:58:34@zork:matrix.orgzorkNo symlink changes there =)
23:47:03@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrog Don't know what I did wrong if it was me or if it's a problem with Sarpi64. I can get it to connect to wifi. And if I plug my Rpi to Ethernet it doesn't get the ip. I have to run it headless for that.
23:55:23@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrog Can't
8 Sep 2019
01:29:34@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogWas able to get an ip address with eth1 but no dns
02:57:17@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogFixed eth1 but no wifi
16 Sep 2019
12:45:29@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogAnyone here know about Slackware on th Rpi3?
13:50:21@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrog I'm just curious about mounts
16:59:28@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrog I'm just curious about mounts
18 Sep 2019
01:12:30@zork:matrix.orgzorksorry man been ages since I installed Sarpi
01:13:04@zork:matrix.orgzorkalthough the guy on the Freenode channel for Sarpi is pretty helpful (as long as you don't say you "installed Sarpi" ;))
01:13:37@zork:matrix.orgzorkinstead, Slackware ARM with Sarpi 😇
01:35:00@kermitdafrog:matrix.orgkermitdafrogWell Sarpi = Slackware Arm Raspberry Pi.

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