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20:25 < Master-Yoda> how do i chmod all the folders 755
20:25 < Master-Yoda> ?
20:25 < DoppelGanger> Master-Yoda: man chmod
20:25 < daedalus_> Master-yoda: You obviously aren't listening
20:25 < Master-Yoda> ?
20:25 < orlon_> Master-Yoda: i just gave you the command you need
20:25 < Master-Yoda> it wont work
20:25 < claudio_> Master-Yoda: orlon_'s command should work
20:25 < Master-Yoda> there is no folder folder
20:25 < Master-Yoda> lol
20:25 < Master-Yoda> i know
20:25 < daedalus_> master-yoda: check out -R in the man page for chmod
20:25 < mrhoyt4> chmod -r 755 top directory
20:25 < Master-Yoda> i dotn want to type each folder
20:25 < orlon_> Master-Yoda: so change folder to whatever the hell you need
20:25 < Exit83> orlon_: the most famous brand Gericom, SiS5513 chipset
20:26 < Master-Yoda> im trying not to type each folder out
20:26 < daedalus_> master-yoda: check out -R in the man page for chmod
20:26 < Master-Yoda> there are to many
20:26 < DoppelGanger> mwa a hah
20:26 < Master-Yoda> anyone i just need a quik command
20:26 < Master-Yoda> all my clients are down
20:26 < Master-Yoda> please
20:26 < Phated> Master-Yoda: chmod -R 755 ./*
20:26 < Master-Yoda> i have like 50 clients in tehre each in a folder :(
20:26 < orlon_> Master-Yoda: ffs. what is the name of the top level folder
20:26 < Phated> In whatever fucking folder you're in.
20:26 < tarzeau> welson: it certainly is decades better than the GNOME and KDE SHIT
20:26 < daedalus_> Wtf...
20:26 < Master-Yoda> thank you
20:26 < nordland-iv> oooh I see...fuck.
20:26 < DoppelGanger> such stupidity ha ha
20:27 < Master-Yoda> thxd
NB: translation: Just keep staring

what is apt?
what is it? looks like everybody talks bout it? is it like rpm in RH?
NB: translation: OH yeah IDIOT

11:55 < James7> how can i download glib2 ?
11:55 < James7> for openbsd
11:56 < Obilan> pkg_add?
11:57 < James7> naked# pkg_add glib2.0
11:57 < James7> Adding glib2.0
11:57 < James7> Can't find glib2.0
11:57 < Rado> You have to download it first.
11:58 < James7> from where
11:58 < Rado> Where did you get yoir openBSD from?
11:58 < James7> umm i had a cd-rom
11:58 < _mx> may i suggest reading pkg_add(1)
11:58 < James7> and how-to
11:58 < James7> thats how i installed it
11:58 < James7> and i am wondering where i can get openbsd packages
11:59 < _mx> read the manual
12:00 < James7> what does pkg_add
12:00 < Rado> It didn't come with it in some subdir "packages"?
12:00 < James7> have with
12:00 < James7> where i can download glib ?
12:00 < Rado> Hasn't the cdrom a "packages" subdir?
12:00 < _mx> oh jesus christ, read the man page! the answers are all there
12:00 < James7> no
12:01 < James7> it was minimal
12:01 < James7> stfu mx
12:01 < Rado> Uhm, then read man first, _mx might be right. :)
12:01 < aon> no, he _is_ right
12:01 < Akatemik> _mx: I thing that even if Christ himself read the manpages to the noobs, not all will take a hint :)
12:01 < James7> there is nothing
12:01 < James7> aobut glib
12:01 < James7> in man pkg_add
12:01 < aon> ooh
12:01 < aon> "Every package isn't listed in the manpage!1"
12:01 < aon> observation of the week
12:02 < XandriX> lol
12:02 < James7> thats mx's saying
12:02 < aon> no, it isn't
12:02 < Rado> James7: learn to abstract from your specific case, the process should apply to any package generically, not just glib.
12:02 < James7> packages should be listed in manpage
12:03 < aon> what _mx said was that you should learn to use the packaging tools, not that the man page will magically spoonfeed everything to you
12:03 < _mx> hm, i was ready to kick you, but this is getting way too funny now :)
12:03 < aon> ;)
12:03 * James7 slaps _mx with a Fiat Panda 750cc Fire
12:04 * Rado . o O ( somebody is asking to be kicked ;) )
12:04 < Akatemik> What a puny vehicle
12:04 < aon> hehe
12:04 < Akatemik> Even bikes have more cc :)
12:04 < aon> :)
12:05 < James7> mx is clueless!
12:05 -!- mode/#openbsd [+o _mx] by ChanServ
12:05 -!- James7 was kicked from #openbsd by _mx [you obviously don't want any help]
12:05 < aon> oh well, some bikes have over 5000cc :)
12:05 -!- James7 [~james@12-216-37-171.client.mchsi.com] has joined #openbsd
12:05 -!- mode/#openbsd [-o _mx] by _mx
12:05 < James7> :-)
12:05 < Rado> James7: as last go to the FAQ.
12:05 < James7> i got it installed
12:06 < aon> ...which is suprising
12:06 < James7> without mx's cluless advice!
12:06 < Akatemik> aon: Eh? Are you sure about the unit, now?
12:06 < aon> Akatemik: yes :)
12:06 < aon> Akatemik: http://tinyurl.com/8kuwz
12:06 < _mx> James7: you don't have the slightest idea how dumb you look right now
12:07 < Akatemik> aon: It doesn't look like that big
12:07 < James7> _mx why?
12:07 < Akatemik> And it seems quite light for that big engine
12:07 < James7> i didnt ask about man page
12:08 < James7> i asked for url of openbsd packages
12:08 < James7> not about man pkg_add
12:08 < aon> heh
12:08 < _mx> i know. you asked for a line you can copy and paste
12:08 < James7> THATS IT!
12:08 < _mx> even the location of the packages is within the first 23 lines of the man page
12:09 < James7> openbsd.org ?
12:09 < _mx> but no ... you search the man page for "glib"
12:09 < _mx> *rofl*
12:09 < James7> i did not
12:09 < James7> ok Mr. l33t
12:09 < Akatemik> James7: Then how can you be sure it isn't mentioned in there :?
12:09 < aon> you just assumed it wasn't there without reading the manpage?
12:09 < Akatemik> Even worse
12:09 < James7> stop kissing mxs ass
12:09 < James7> because he is @
12:10 < sieni> Princess Leia's hairdo?
12:10 < aon> :D
12:10 < Strog> heh
12:10 < Akatemik> It's the point of view. We aren't kissing his ass, we're kicking yours :)
12:10 < _mx> but my ass tastes like strawberry cake!
12:10 < Akatemik> _mx: How can YOU taste it?
12:10 < _mx> lots of practic
12:10 < _mx> e
12:10 < James7> mx mark the spot
12:11 < James7> so they can kiss you
12:11 < Akatemik> _mx: Sounds more like you don't have a spine :)
12:11 < James7> cuz you are all ass to them!
12:11 < Akatemik> Them?
12:11 < aon> us who agree with him
12:11 < James7> yeah
12:11 < Akatemik> _mx: You've been cheating us with them, haven't you!
12:11 < James7> damn it mx!
12:12 < James7> just give a voice to this Akatemik
12:12 < James7> you will make him happy!
12:12 * Akatemik laughs
12:12 < Akatemik> James7: Indeed, you have great entertainment value :)
12:12 < aon> channel modes don't mean a thing usually
12:12 < _mx> James7: seriously for a second here... "RTFM" is not unfriendly in OpenBSD-land. It is the help that teaches you how to fish. If you can't take it, go play elsewhere.
12:13 < James7> yeah i can tell
12:13 < James7> that Akatemik has great sk1llz at fishing for +voice
12:13 < _mx> *sigh*
12:14 < Strog> Some days I think moderated channels would be nice but then I remember +q and decide it's enough. :)
12:14 < Akatemik> I was going to respond to that with leetspeak, but I can't do it well enough :/ Oh well.
12:14 < James7> ok another question what it says Connection reset by Del Piero
12:14 < James7> what does that mean ?
12:17 < James7> and i cam here for help not for you to use your ChanServ skills!
12:18 < Strog> James7: Then lose the attitude if you don't want to see op skills. ;-)
12:18 < Akatemik> I really hope there won't be a next time someone uses leetspeak, although I realise it is inevitable on public channels.
12:18 < James7> Strog, thanks stud muffin!
12:19 < Akatemik> Muffins, yam!
12:20 < James7> why is gaim still telling me that i need glib2
12:20 < _mx> James7: Please ask for a refund of your support payment on the way out.
12:20 < James7> when i already installed it
12:20 < Strog> You install from ports or package?
12:20 < _mx> Strog: he doesn't know about ports or packages ...
12:21 < James7> thanks _mx!
12:21 < James7> i installed it from openbsd.org
12:21 < James7> packages fro 3.6
12:21 < James7> for*
12:22 < Strog> Why aren't you running 3.7?
12:22 < James7> *** GLib 2.0 is required to build Gaim; please make sure you have the GLib
12:22 < James7> *** development headers installed.
12:22 < James7> unless i have to load them or something
12:22 < _mx> there are gaim packages ...
12:22 < Akatemik> James7: Didn't you say you used packages, how come you are building?
12:23 < James7> _mx i installed gaim source
12:23 < _mx> why?
12:24 < James7> source is better
12:24 < _mx> ah-ha.
12:24 < Akatemik> James7: Uhu, and can you give any reasons?
12:24 < James7> wait
12:24 < James7> i have to google it first
12:24 < Akatemik> Other than that it's harder gor you?
12:24 < aon> channels : #openbsd ##slackware #gentoo
12:24 < Akatemik> s/gor/for
12:24 < aon> now look at the last channel he's on and draw conclusions :)
12:24 < Akatemik> Ah, gentoo :)
12:25 < James7> gentoo is better then
12:25 < James7> bsd!
12:25 < _mx> ha hahaha
12:25 * _mx falls off the chair
12:25 < Akatemik> James7: Of course, it has the *gasp* source!
12:25 < James7> why do you find that so funny
12:25 < James7> mx
12:26 < James7> and gaim package didnt work out for me
12:26 < _mx> there is a whole web site dedicated to why this is funny: http://www.funroll-loops.org/
12:27 < cmilfo> James7: if you want to build from source, you should read this first: http://www.openbsd.org/ports.html
12:27 < Akatemik> _mx: Ah, this one. This time I gotta bookmark it.
12:28 < James7> you are all newbs for me
12:28 < Akatemik> Sure we are. We don't do it from the source
12:28 < XandriX> i love them openbsd songs
12:28 < Strog> James7: You can't seem to grasp the basics and we are the newbs?
12:28 < _mx> James7: installing the gaim package (for your OpenBSD version) should've taken care of the dependencies, like glib2. Also, packages are supposed to work, so if the gaim package didn't cut it even though you did everything correctly, that'd have been worth a bug report to get it fixed
12:28 < James7> sorry with
12:28 < James7> 3
12:28 < James7> n3wbs!
12:29 < James7> _mx nope!
12:29 < James7> you are wrong
12:29 < Akatemik> We don't need a bug report if it doesn't work?
12:29 < James7> damn it i am gonna try to install that right now!
12:29 < James7> and proof him wrong!
12:29 < _mx> i am getting sick of this. anyone still wanna play with james?
12:29 < Strog> nope
12:29 < XandriX> nope
12:29 < cmilfo> nope
12:29 < enigma971> nope
12:30 < Han> no way
12:30 -!- mode/#openbsd [+o _mx] by ChanServ
12:30 < Akatemik> _mx: Nah, we laughter our ass of enough.
12:30 < Akatemik> James7: Ciao
12:30 -!- mode/#openbsd [+b James7!*@*] by _mx
12:30 -!- James7 was kicked from #openbsd by _mx [bye]
12:30 -!- mode/#openbsd [-o _mx] by _mx
12:30 < _mx> arf :P
12:30 < ec> :)
12:30 < Akatemik> _mx: What, he's PMing you?
12:31 < _mx> not yet ;P
12:31 < brd> haha
12:32 < Akatemik> It would be nice to have a gentoo noob that could actually put an argument for his side, for a while. These "It's better because it is" types are boring :/
12:32 -!- mx_lame [~pft@c-24-11-202-176.hsd1.mi.comcast.net] has joined #openbsd
12:32 < mx_lame> :-)
12:33 < Akatemik> mx_lame: You're getting old, couldn't you be more original?
12:34 -!- mode/#openbsd [+o brd] by ChanServ
12:34 -!- mode/#openbsd [+b *!*@c-24-11-202-176.hsd1.mi.comcast.net] by brd
12:34 -!- mx_lame was kicked from #openbsd by brd [brd]
12:34 -!- mode/#openbsd [-o brd] by brd
12:34 < _mx> ta
NB: Translation: Another day at office :)