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06:44 \shdamn...why don't  the people from level 1 support read the solutions to standard problems....*bangmyheadonthedesk*
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08:45 Bluemoonmoin moin
08:54 \shmoins Bluemoon
08:54 Bluemoonhey sh :)
08:56 lazyb0yBluemoon: ja, weil es nicht richtig dokumentiert ist, es keine beispiele gibt, und es niemand testet
08:56 lazyb0yBluemoon: die fehler sind aber relativ unerheblich, da das system am ende trotzdem prima installiert ist - sie sind hauptsaechlich haesslich
08:57 lazyb0yBluemoon: es sollten mehr leute die funktionen mal testen, und entsprechende bugreports filen, um es besser zu machen. nich jeder will yum auf suse nutzen, nur weil diese zeilen nicht auskommentiert sind
09:02 Bluemoonlazyb0y, ok
09:02 Bluemoonlazyb0y, ich versuche das hier mal relativ rund mit sles9 und smart hinzubekommen und dann zu dokumentieren
09:21 Bluemoonsh, smart channel -y --add file will bei mir nicht
09:22 Bluemoonkomischerweise geht aber $ROOTCMD echo -e "\r\n" "\r\n" "\r\n" | $ROOTCMD smart update
09:22 Bluemoonsh, haste ne idee was das sein koennte?
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09:33 \shBluemoon: smart channel --help sagt aber doch, dass -y funktionieren sollte
09:35 \shBluemoon: oder so...fcopy <channel file mit alias description drin>  und dann smart channel -y --enable <aliasname>
10:00 Bluemoonsh, auf der kommandozeile geht -y --add auch wunderbar
10:01 Bluemoonnur bei der installation nicht, da bleibt es haengen und wenn mich per ssh auf die kiste einlogge und das kommando ausfuehre, dann kommt als fehler: FEHLER!: Die Konfiguration ist im nur-lese-modus.
10:13 Bluemoonmist, smart channel -y --enable <aliasname> bleibt auch haengen
10:28 baldymorgähn
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10:31 Bluemoonmoin baldy
10:34 \shBluemoon: proc mounted?
10:34 Bluemoonjepp
10:35 \shwenn du nen strace drauf hast, dann probier mal strace <command> und schau mal wo er haengenbleibt
10:35 \shansonsten, use yum ,-)
Action: \sh hat aber auch ein eklatantes problem :(
10:39 Bluemoonhehe
10:39 Bluemoonsh, welches denn?
10:40 \shinterner natur..wir haben ein wenig am deployment system gebaut, und jetzt muss ich die standardrouten ins FAI reinbringen...denn sonst komm ich nicht mehr ans ldap ran :(
10:41 \shund komischerweise nimmt er auch fuer "login" ldap, obwohl ich ihm das verboten habe im pam
10:42 Bluemoonah
10:56 Bluemoonsh, ich habe das problem geloest :)
10:56 Bluemoonfcopy /etc/smart/channels/sles932bit.channel mag er nicht
10:57 Bluemoonich habe jetzt ein "cp -a /var/lib/fai/config/files/etc/smart/channels/sles932bit.channel/SLES932BIT $target/tmp/sles932bit.channel" eingebaut
10:57 Bluemoonund dann ein $ROOTCMD smart channel -y --add /tmp/sles932bit.channel
10:57 Bluemoondas geht jetzt wunderbar
11:16 MrfaiBluemoon: cp $FAI/files/etc/sm.... geht auch
11:17 Mrfaibaldy: immer noch kein realname :-)
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11:49 baldyMrfai: ja doch eigendlich scho
11:49 baldy17:28 [server]
11:49 baldy17:28 real_name = "Daniel Holze"
11:50 baldyman merkt echt das ferien sind
11:50 baldytonnenweise ddos attacken
11:50 baldykaum neubestellungen hehe
11:51 baldyund irgentwie nix los
11:54 baldyaber ein vorteil hats... ich hab zeit mich endlich mal mit flow based accouting zu befassen ;)
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11:59 BluemoonMrfai, ah, danke, dann nehme ich das
11:59 Bluemoonsieht schicker aus :)
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12:11 Mrfaibaldy: no, whois liefert keinen real name
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19:34 baldyMrfai: irssi is doof ;)
19:34 baldyund ich fumel meine config nimmer kaputt ;)
19:35 oz_baldy: /set real_name = "<what ever>"
19:36 baldyoz_: hab ich.. geht ebe nit
19:37 Mrfaibaldy: from my irssi config file:
19:37 Mrfaichatnets = { oftc = {
19:37 Mrfaioftc = {
19:37 Mrfai    realname = "Thomas Lange";
19:38 Mrfaidas erste oftc = { mus snatuerlich weg
19:39 baldyMrfai: meine confi is bissi komplexer
19:39 baldyich mach das ml wenn ich echt ruhe dafür hab
19:39 baldyund vorallem bissi lust hehe
19:39 baldybin froh das ich auf arbeit zur zeit zu sachen komm die die ganzen zeit liegen geblieben sind
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19:47 SigHi there
19:47 MrfaiHi!
19:47 SigI met a strange bug while trying to install an Ubuntu feisty via FAI:
19:48 Sigthe ssl-cert doesn't configure itself (its postinst script returns an error code)
19:48 Sigit says things like:
19:48 Sigchgrp: cannot access `/etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key': No such file or
19:48 Sigdirectory
19:48 Sigchmod: cannot access `/etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key': No such file or
19:48 Sigdirectory
19:48 Sig/etc/ssl/private is there but no snakeoil there.
19:48 SigWhat do you think?
19:49 MrfaiSure, a bug of the ssl-cert :-)
19:49 MrfaiHave you checked if there's already a bug report for this?
19:50 SigYes: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ssl-cert/+bug/43987
19:50 Sigdo you have a suggestion for a possible workaround? the one indicated in the bug report does not seem to help
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19:51 MrfaiI would try to set $HOME
19:51 SigI naively tried to set HOME=/tmp and then apt-get install ssl-cert (in chroot) but it did not help
19:52 Sigor maybe I did this in a stupid way.
19:53 MrfaiYou can set $HOME in a class/*.var file
19:53 SigOK. what should the value of $HOME be? /tmp?
19:54 Mrfaiyep, /tmp seems to be OK for me, except when it checks that this directory is world writeable which may be a security whole.
19:54 Sigis there a better alternative?
19:54 Linthe fai-cd bug is already fixed?
19:56 MrfaiLin: which fai-cd bug ?
19:56 LinMrfai: problem with mkinitrd on debian etch.
19:57 MrfaiSig: if nothing works, do not install ssl-cert via a package_config but using a hook or in the customization script using a plain $ROOTCMD aptitude install ssl-cert.
19:57 MrfaiSig: Then you can call make-ssl-cert again
19:57 MrfaiBut this is a ugly workaround.
19:58 LinI have a BIG problem with ssl cert too.
19:58 MrfaiLin: There's a simple workaround. Have a look at http://www.uni-koeln.de/bin2/maillist/linux-fai/20070523.114038/175043
19:59 SigLin: I had seen your discussion here about ssl-cert but it did not seem to meet an nice end.
19:59 MrfaiYou should all kick the ssl-cert maintainers, that they fix this sson :-)
19:59 LinSig: I have this problem on ubuntu fai installations.
19:59 LinMrfai: what is this bug and why it happens?
19:59 SigLin: same for me, with feisty (not with edgy)
20:00 LinSig: feisty here too. ;-)
20:00 SigLin: bug report here: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ssl-cert/+bug/43987
20:00 oz_hm. maybe for this a workaround like for the sun sdk install issue does exist...
20:00 Linoz_: no
20:00 LinI have tried preseed too
20:00 Lindidn't work
20:00 oz_okay, so kicking seems the only solution :)
20:01 oz_or fixing the code...
20:01 Linssl-cert        make-ssl-cert/ouname    string  ibeu.org.br
20:01 Linssl-cert        make-ssl-cert/hostname  string  localhost
20:01 Linetcetera
20:01 MrfaiLin: mkinitrd-cd is not available in etch any more. http://bugs.debian.org/401041
20:01 LinMrfai: I know..
20:01 MrfaiLin: So what was your question?
20:01 LinMrfai: fai-cd will work on etch?
20:02 MrfaiLin: yes. Using the workaround fai-cd works.
20:02 Linprevious url right?
20:02 MrfaiFAI 3.2 will use a new technique for creating the fai-cd. But this is in beta phase currently.
20:02 Linhmm ok.. thank you fai lord
20:03 Mrfaiyou're welcome.
20:03 MrfaiLin: Did you fill out the questionnaire? You know everybody has to fill it out.
20:03 Mrfai:-)
20:03 Linoh.. sorry.. i just forgot ...
20:04 oz_Mrfai: questionaire terrorist :-))
20:04 Mrfaioz_: BTW, did I got yours? :-)
20:05 oz_Mrfai: yes, you got one from jena
20:05 oz_and, maybe I send you one from freiburg, too
20:06 oz_I'll have to server suse then as well
20:07 oz_no real docu for suse does exist yet, right?
20:07 Mrfaino. A lot of people ask, but there's no final doku. Kick \sh_away
20:08 oz_:-) I'll try
20:08 oz_.o0(I'll steal!)
20:08 oz_but maybe it's interlectual proberty, who knows.
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20:17 Bluemoonnabend
20:24 lazyb0yMrfai: probably the bug that fai-cd doesn't work in etch? :)
20:25 lazyb0yoops, sorry, was readng backlog and didn'd realize it :)
20:51 lazyb0yis suse us as easy as rhel, it should be easy... still the calling of dpkg and aptitude in install_packages should be removed - I hope to be able to provide a fix these days. this results in an error, but the install goies well
20:51 lazyb0ys/is/if/
20:52 lazyb0yand for softupdates, the inclusion of the perl apt libs needs to be removed, too... I'll see if holgers fixes from the bugreport help.
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