Phoronix IRC Log: 2010-09-17
Hiryu: anyone here have experience with overlocking their cpu under linux?
Hiryu: seems the speeds I set the bios don't stay when I boot into linux
r4: im guessing all the steam on linux talk
r4: is over
r4: and its not happening
Guest90182: r4: is there some recent news about the steam on linux subject
Guest90182: I only remember that one statement "there's no linux version of steam we are working on right now" or so
Guest90182: And on steam's support website it still says "Steam is strictly a windows application--" which it clearly isn't
giselher: Guest90182: waiting is the best option at the moment :)
mikeplus64: "What Parts Of X.Org Should Be Killed With Fire?"
mikeplus64: Really, Michael needs to make less ridiculous headlines
mikeplus64: The article itself isn't so ridiculous at least.
pupnik_: http://sports.popcrunch.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/simona-halep-big-boobs.jpg Simona Halep adds wayyy too much physics to the game of tennis...
pupnik_: wonder what the statistical error-rate of the referees is when she plays...
skyhirider: anyone has an idea of how to change the permissions of a group and user so that when a directory is created by this user the default permissions are chaged?
skyhirider: how does linux know which permissions to add to a file when you create it?
giselher: skyhirider: umask
pupnik_: is there an open source "Sound Forge" clone?
pupnik_: i don't like audacity
skyhirider: giselher: thanks, any way to set umask for a specific group or user only?
giselher: skyhirider: put umask in ~/.profile
giselher: standard umask for archlinux is 022
giselher: but I don't know how to set it for a group
skyhirider: umask 002 should work fine for me, put it in profile but postfix still creates files that roundcube cant access and hags
skyhirider: put this in profiles: GID=`id -g`
skyhirider: if [[ $GID -eq 5000]]; then
skyhirider: umask 002
skyhirider: umask 002
giselher: sorry I only know that you can change default permissions with umask :(
skyhirider: hmm, there has to be another way around it
giselher: what is the home directory for postfix?
skyhirider: my mail goes to /home/vmail/...
skyhirider: both owner and group are vmail, and postfix is set to create new files with that group and user
giselher: cat /etc/passwd
giselher: for me it is /var/spool/postfix
pupnik_: 'anonymous' preparing to retaliate against MPAA.ORG http://i.imgur.com/gg0Fp.jpg
pupnik_: I do not advocate any act of criminal network disruption, of course.
RambJoe: vware is buying novell
RambJoe: is this real life
Guest90182: anyone know about hardware acceleration in web browsers
Space_Man: Guest90182: Hi, no