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Re: version 17.1

Postby obarun » 23 Nov 2015, 18:40

hi,

@scooby, have you tried the last "commit"(not yet but) about jcnelson?

he doesn't answer at the my last comment i don't know why? Perhaps my question is so stupid lol

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Re: version 17.1

Postby Scooby » 23 Nov 2015, 18:55

obarun wrote:hi,

@scooby, have you tried the last "commit"(not yet but) about jcnelson?

he doesn't answer at the my last comment i don't know why? Perhaps my question is so stupid lol


Hey Mate,

Nahh haven't tried it yet but it's a very small commit regarding owner,group and permissions of /dev/snd/timer

Mr Nelson is very busy at the moment it seems. Other things in his life prevents him from working with vdev.

Nothing to do with "stupid" if I know Mr Nelson. He was always happy to answer my "stupid" questions.
I think he plain and simple have no time or energy to put in right now.

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Re: version 17.1

Postby obarun » 23 Nov 2015, 19:24

humm, i a little so impatient lol :)

working on it with my system is ok but i doesn't perfect to provide for other people on obarun. So this is the cause of my impatient.

Well waiting :)

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Re: version 17.1

Postby Scooby » 24 Nov 2015, 11:51

obarun wrote:working on it with my system is ok but i doesn't perfect to provide for other people on obarun. So this is the cause of my impatient.


I feel the same way, in a perfect world we would have time to do everything we want todo.

I thought you ran obarun on eudev and vdev was experimental for the next generation
of your OS. Anyway would be good to get it working in a stable manner.

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Re: version 17.1

Postby obarun » 25 Nov 2015, 20:12

I thought you ran obarun on eudev and vdev was experimental for the next generation
of your OS


right :)

i'm under a project called obarun-server providing all the necessary to make a OS for server maintenance, (apache, php, ldap and so one) with runit for service manager and webmin for interface configuration.
Vdev for me would be a great deal on it :)

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Re: version 17.1

Postby Scooby » 26 Nov 2015, 19:54

obarun wrote:i'm under a project called obarun-server providing all the necessary to make a OS for server maintenance, (apache, php, ldap and so one) with runit for service manager and webmin for interface configuration.
Vdev for me would be a great deal on it :)


Sounds good man, I'll head over and check it out

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Re: version 17.1

Postby obarun » 29 Nov 2015, 09:23

one question please:

i don't understand how to redirect log on syslog with vdevd. could you please tell me how to do that?

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Re: version 17.1

Postby Scooby » 29 Nov 2015, 18:06

obarun wrote:i don't understand how to redirect log on syslog with vdevd. could you please tell me how to do that?


I don't know how straight off the top of my head, I've never done it.
I'll check though and if I find something I'll report back.

If you test anything more with vdev I urge you to recompile with the fix suggested in
https://github.com/jcnelson/vdev/issues/81

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Re: version 17.1

Postby obarun » 29 Nov 2015, 18:49

https://github.com/jcnelson/vdev/issues/81

i saw it and was made :)
I don't know how straight off the top of my head, I've never done it.


this the help output, but really i don't understand :(

-l, --log-file LOGFILE_PATH\n\
Path to which to log information.\n\
Pass 'syslog' to log to syslog, instead of a logfile.\n\
\n\

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Re: version 17.1

Postby Scooby » 29 Nov 2015, 19:57

obarun wrote:this the help output, but really i don't understand :(

-l, --log-file LOGFILE_PATH\n\
Path to which to log information.\n\
Pass 'syslog' to log to syslog, instead of a logfile.\n\
\n\



I tried it with

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vdevd  -l syslog -c /etc/vdev/vdevd.conf /dev


It started with no visible output in terminal window.
it reacts to hotplug events but
I get no data in system log

I am using metalog

Okay that didn't work, just found a file called syslog in the dir where I issued the command
got to check src files


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