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06:12:54  <gcs-develop>I am setting up the enviroment for contribution, My question is when creating a public key using putty and associate with a passphrase, can I still work from different machines? I.e. Laptop and Computer.
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12:56:02  <auroraeosrose>hmmm, not here anymore - sigh for 2am questions I can't answer cause the asker is gone ;)
13:01:30  <mloskot>auroraeosrose: supybot is a nice solution with its Note plugin - http://ubottu.com/supydocs/plugins/Note.html
13:01:55  <mloskot>you can leave message to users and they get it once relogged
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16:27:00  <ender|>auroraeosrose: don't worry, i tried answering him 20 minutes and 1 hour after he asked the question, but he wasn't around at those times either
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16:27:31  <auroraeosrose>hehe
16:27:37  <virmitio>what question?
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16:27:49  <ender|>08:12:22 <gcs-develop> I am setting up the enviroment for contribution, My question is when creating a public key using putty and associate with a passphrase, can I still work from different machines? I.e. Laptop and Computer.
16:27:58  <ender|>(it's 18:27 now)
16:28:19  <virmitio>ah
16:28:32  <ender`>hah: "Download our white paper and get a USB stick" - from VeriSign
16:32:48  <virmitio>every set of instructions I try writing for how to fork a non-github git repo works fine for the initial fork, but then fails horribly when I try going through any standardizable update routine.
16:33:56  <vpovirk>fails how?
16:33:59  <virmitio>I get the distinct impression that everything would magically work if I could find the right switch in one of the commands
16:34:41  <vpovirk>can I see?
16:35:38  <virmitio>vpovirk: in a moment, sure. I'm trying the process again another way and going to see if that looks better
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16:39:45  <virmitio>Ha! It's playing nice now.
16:40:18  <virmitio>vpovirk: I'll send you a link to the doc in a few minutes to make sure there's nothing obviously wrong with the forking procedures.
16:40:31  <vpovirk>cool
16:42:41  <ender`>hah: http://consumerist.com/2012/04/congratulations-ea-you-are-the-worst-company-in-america-for-2012.html
16:43:11  <ender`>"Traditionally, the Poo has been delivered on its little red pillow. But this year, we'll give EA three different color options for its pillow, though in the end it's still the same old Poo."
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22:08:28  <FearTheCowboy>@fearthecowboy: How to do shallow forking for the #CoApp Project: http://t.co/XmNfV6SD thanks virmitio
22:16:29  <FearTheCowboy>better versions of CoApp and Devtools have been posted. http://coapp.org/install and http://coapp.org/devtools
22:17:57  <FearTheCowboy>I'm still validating the trim/update functions, but I've fixed a bunch of nasty bugs, documented the command line ( --help) and it should be a heck of a lot more stable
22:18:44  <ender|>it's still taking a long time without showing any window
22:19:02  <ender|>(though i can see an Installer button with a generic icon in the taskbar)
22:19:31  <FearTheCowboy>how long does it take to show the window?
22:19:41  <FearTheCowboy>> 30 seconds?
22:19:58  <ender|>i started typing the message around 35 second mark
22:20:17  <ender|>(it's still not shown)
22:20:23  <FearTheCowboy>wtf.
22:20:53  <ender|>this isn't a clean install though
22:21:12  <FearTheCowboy>still, it shouldn't not show the window. Either it should show, or kill itself in the worst case
22:21:51  <ender|>(the "Please wait while your system is prepared" window was shown for about 2 seconds)
22:21:55  <FearTheCowboy>ah.
22:22:06  <FearTheCowboy>well, that's better than a kick to the head.
22:22:14  <ender|>oh, and Installer is also in the Alt+Tab window
22:22:18  <FearTheCowboy>but doesn't explain the wait
22:23:24  <FearTheCowboy>is it taking any CPU cycles?
22:24:02  <ender`>MSI8CCA.tmp is taking <0.01 according to Process Explorer
22:24:10  <FearTheCowboy>hmmmm.
22:24:19  <ender`>(and same for CoApp.Service.exe)
22:24:31  <FearTheCowboy>that sounds like it got stuck , but it *shouldn't*
22:24:59  <ender`>the running service is 1.2.0.8
22:25:51  <FearTheCowboy>ok, kill the installer. I'm going to make another change
22:25:59  <FearTheCowboy>and I'll post another version in a few minutes.
22:26:01  <ender`>the .tmp file?
22:29:04  <FearTheCowboy>yeah
22:29:11  <ender`>done
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22:43:36  <ender`>btw, i'll be off to bed soon
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23:52:27  <HamishC>FearTheCowboy: autopackage/ptk seem a bit unstable since that last update, gets stuck quite a bit
23:52:47  <FearTheCowboy>really?
23:53:14  <HamishC>yea, just at the packaging stage
23:53:33  <FearTheCowboy>I'm still doing more testing with it, but it's pretty darn good for me. I'll see if I can find something that makes it stuck.
23:53:39  <FearTheCowboy>any messages in debugview?
23:56:46  <HamishC>hmm it appears I have a heisenbug on my hands...
23:57:02  <FearTheCowboy>I've been fighting with them a lot the last few days.
23:57:03  <HamishC>lots in debugview, but it worked ok that time
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23:59:03  <FearTheCowboy>keep debugview open, if it hangs again, we;ll see if we can track it down