IRC chat logs for #ltsp on irc.freenode.net (webchat)


Channel log from 26 September 2014   (all times are UTC)

00:29adrianorg has left IRC (adrianorg!~adrianorg@177.132.222.43, Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
00:31adrianorg has joined IRC (adrianorg!~adrianorg@177.132.222.43)
00:32vagrantc has left IRC (vagrantc!~vagrant@freegeek/vagrantc, Quit: leaving)
00:41gdi2k has left IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@120.28.220.173, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
00:54gdi2k has joined IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@173.254.227.67)
01:32gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@89.185.154.123)
01:41gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@89.185.154.123, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
01:49adrianorg has left IRC (adrianorg!~adrianorg@177.132.222.43, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
01:51gdi2k has left IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@173.254.227.67, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
01:51adrianorg has joined IRC (adrianorg!~adrianorg@177.132.222.43)
02:06gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
02:08gdi2k has joined IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@120.28.220.173)
02:12gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Remote host closed the connection)
02:15gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
02:22gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
02:26work_alkisg has left IRC (work_alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
02:27gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
02:47gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
02:52gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
02:52alkisg has joined IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
03:54Phantomas1 is now known as Phantomas
04:07alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Quit: Leaving.)
04:11Fenuks has left IRC (Fenuks!~Fenuks@176.51.81.84, Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
04:14alkisg has joined IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
04:15alkisg1 has joined IRC (alkisg1!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
04:18alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
04:19alkisg1 is now known as alkisg
04:25gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
04:28gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Read error: No route to host)
04:29gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
04:33gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
04:45mealstrom1 has left IRC (mealstrom1!~Thunderbi@46.63.63.163, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
04:58Phantomas1 has joined IRC (Phantomas1!~phantomas@ubuntu/member/phantomas)
04:59Phantomas has left IRC (Phantomas!~phantomas@ubuntu/member/phantomas, Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
05:07freedomrun has joined IRC (freedomrun!~quassel@unaffiliated/freedomrun)
05:10alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Quit: Leaving.)
05:10staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Read error: Connection reset by peer)
05:10staffencasa_ has joined IRC (staffencasa_!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
05:14alkisg has joined IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
05:21mealstrom has joined IRC (mealstrom!~Thunderbi@46.63.71.254)
05:24bauerski has joined IRC (bauerski!~witekb@frodo.psp.opole.pl)
05:30gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
05:35gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
05:41Phantomas1 is now known as Phantomas
06:10telex has left IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de, Remote host closed the connection)
06:12telex has joined IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de)
06:19Fenuks has joined IRC (Fenuks!~Fenuks@109.202.18.160)
06:28gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
06:29sbalneav has left IRC (sbalneav!~sbalneav@mail.legalaid.mb.ca, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
06:29sbalneav has joined IRC (sbalneav!~sbalneav@mail.legalaid.mb.ca)
06:29gdi2k has left IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@120.28.220.173, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
06:29Hyperbyte has left IRC (Hyperbyte!jan@middelkoop.cc, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
06:30Hyperbyte has joined IRC (Hyperbyte!jan@middelkoop.cc)
06:30gdi2k has joined IRC (gdi2k!~gdi2k@120.28.220.173)
06:33gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
06:59mealstrom has left IRC (mealstrom!~Thunderbi@46.63.71.254, Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
07:03cyberorg has left IRC (cyberorg!~cyberorg@opensuse/member/Cyberorg, Remote host closed the connection)
07:10alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Quit: Leaving.)
07:24alkisg has joined IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
07:26alkisg1 has joined IRC (alkisg1!~alkisg@81.186.145.154)
07:26alkisg1 has joined IRC (alkisg1!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
07:27alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Disconnected by services)
07:27alkisg1 is now known as alkisg
07:27gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
07:33gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
07:37uXus has left IRC (uXus!~uXus@217.77.222.72, Quit: ail bi bek)
07:42uXus has joined IRC (uXus!~uXus@217.77.222.72)
08:01gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
08:03gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Read error: No route to host)
08:03gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
08:08gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
08:10siahos_ has joined IRC (siahos_!c23fefeb@gateway/web/freenode/ip.194.63.239.235)
08:14bitcheker has joined IRC (bitcheker!~bitchecke@dynamic-adsl-84-221-31-105.clienti.tiscali.it)
08:21
<alkisg>
!nbd-client
08:21
<ltsp`>
nbd-client: To try mounting the NBD image from the client initramfs: nbd-client 192.168.67.1 -N /opt/ltsp/i386 /dev/nbd0
08:27gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
08:29
<muppis>
Home dirs doesn't mount on thin, using 10.04.
08:30
<alkisg>
thins don't mount home dirs, yes, unless you're using localapps
08:31
<muppis>
I'm.
08:31
Using localapps, what's why I'm wondering it.
08:33
Maybe ssh keys needs to be updated?
08:33gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
08:34
<alkisg>
No, do you have sshfs installed locally?
08:34
<muppis>
yes.
08:34
<alkisg>
(in the chroot)
08:34
what's the output of `# getltscfg -a` on the client?
08:37
<muppis>
http://pastebin.com/5tJ2SXeJ
08:42
<alkisg>
Anything worth mentioning from client /var/log/syslog, or dmesg?
08:42
<muppis>
From client?
08:42
<alkisg>
Yes
08:42
Also, if localapps extramounts (/opt) is not empty in the chroot (i.e. /opt/ltsp/i386/opt should have no files/subdirs), you might have issues in 10.04
08:43
Try without the extramounts
08:43
...better without an lts.conf...
08:43
<muppis>
It was actually added later for troubleshooting so it's not really needed at all.
08:45
Nothing special in syslog nor dmesg
08:45Grembler has joined IRC (Grembler!~Ben@cpc29-aztw22-2-0-cust128.18-1.cable.virginm.net)
08:46freedomrun has left IRC (freedomrun!~quassel@unaffiliated/freedomrun, Remote host closed the connection)
08:46
<alkisg>
Does /home/username exist?
08:46
(locally on the running client)
08:46
Is the home directory under /home ?
08:46
<muppis>
Yes.
08:46
Yes.
08:47
Does it count if user home (only this one which I use) exists in chroot as well?
08:48
<alkisg>
Is it completely empty?
08:48
<muppis>
Nope.
08:48
<alkisg>
Then it won't mount...
08:48
It doesn't have "allow_non_empty" in sshfs options in 10.04
08:49
<muppis>
Ok. Then this luckily affected only me.
08:55
Thank you, again. :D
08:55
<alkisg>
np :)
08:56andygraybeal has left IRC (andygraybeal!~andy@h186.205.213.151.dynamic.ip.windstream.net, Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
09:07andygraybeal has joined IRC (andygraybeal!~andy@h186.205.213.151.dynamic.ip.windstream.net)
09:27gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
09:33gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
09:36alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Quit: Leaving.)
09:37alkisg has joined IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
09:40gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
09:51gbaman has joined IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150)
10:35alkisg1 has joined IRC (alkisg1!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg)
10:39alkisg has left IRC (alkisg!~alkisg@ubuntu/member/alkisg, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
10:42alkisg1 is now known as work_alkisg
10:51mealstrom has joined IRC (mealstrom!~Thunderbi@46.63.71.254)
11:16Fenuks has left IRC (Fenuks!~Fenuks@109.202.18.160, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
11:22JuJuBee_ has joined IRC (JuJuBee_!~mike_knic@24-148-115-153.ip.mhcable.com)
11:28bitcheker has left IRC (bitcheker!~bitchecke@dynamic-adsl-84-221-31-105.clienti.tiscali.it, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
11:34bitcheker has joined IRC (bitcheker!~bitchecke@dynamic-adsl-84-221-31-105.clienti.tiscali.it)
12:22Faith has joined IRC (Faith!~paty@unaffiliated/faith)
12:47gbaman has left IRC (gbaman!~gbaman@31.205.104.150, )
13:20cobach has joined IRC (cobach!bdd76007@gateway/web/freenode/ip.189.215.96.7)
13:57mealstrom has left IRC (mealstrom!~Thunderbi@46.63.71.254, Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
14:27Fenuks has joined IRC (Fenuks!~Fenuks@212.164.153.44)
14:27cobach has left IRC (cobach!bdd76007@gateway/web/freenode/ip.189.215.96.7, Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
14:31staffencasa_ is now known as staffencasa
14:49mealstrom has joined IRC (mealstrom!~Thunderbi@46.63.63.163)
15:00Fenuks has left IRC (Fenuks!~Fenuks@212.164.153.44, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
15:05telex has left IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de, Remote host closed the connection)
15:06telex has joined IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de)
15:54Grembler has joined IRC (Grembler!~Ben@cpc29-aztw22-2-0-cust128.18-1.cable.virginm.net)
15:56vagrantc has joined IRC (vagrantc!~vagrant@freegeek/vagrantc)
15:57staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
16:00|GuS| has left IRC (|GuS|!~gustavo@unaffiliated/gus/x-663402, Quit: Konversation terminated!)
16:01[GuS] has joined IRC ([GuS]!~gustavo@213-117-16-190.fibertel.com.ar)
16:01[GuS] has joined IRC ([GuS]!~gustavo@unaffiliated/gus/x-663402)
16:23AustriaBound has joined IRC (AustriaBound!~richard@216.110.194.205)
16:24
<AustriaBound>
Woohoo. Loving the LTSP for our educational lab but looking for some help on LDAP integration. Everything works but creation of user directories are not populating with /etc/skel/.
16:25
Anyone have a script that will copy over the /etc/skel/ director on new user creation?
16:25Grembler has left IRC (Grembler!~Ben@cpc29-aztw22-2-0-cust128.18-1.cable.virginm.net, Quit: I Leave)
16:38
<Hyperbyte>
AustriaBound, run rsync -a /etc/skel/ /home/<user>/ from the user account.
16:39
<AustriaBound>
Hyperbyte - Where would I place that? rc.d? If so, how would that work for new LDAP users that don't have an account and then avoid that script for those that do?
16:40
I've used the pam_mkhomedir.so and that doesn't get called.
16:40
<vagrantc>
how did you use it?
16:41
<AustriaBound>
I put it in the chroot's /etc/pam.d/common-session
16:41
<vagrantc>
the users are n the server, not in the chroot
16:41
<AustriaBound>
These are all FAT clients by the way.
16:41
<vagrantc>
yes, the user management is still done from the server
16:41
<AustriaBound>
Even with a seperate LDAP server?
16:42
<vagrantc>
there is no pam authentication on the fat client itself.
16:42
<AustriaBound>
I use pam authentication on the fat client when the users want to change their passwords.
16:43
<vagrantc>
sure, but LDM does no pam authentication.
16:44
so unless you've configure some other display manager, you'll need to configure LDAP authentication on the server.
16:44
<AustriaBound>
Gothcha. I'm new to Linux and LTSP so.... I figured that all the scripts for ldm where doing most of that.
16:44staffencasa has joined IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
16:44
<vagrantc>
long-term, we're hoping to ditch LDM, but for the moment it's what we've got.
16:45
<AustriaBound>
I have LDAP authentication on the server but the problem is that it creates a new home on the server and then another on the remote NFS home server as well. Then.... when you want to delete a user from the server userdel will not work.
16:46
<vagrantc>
yeah, LDM works best when your homedirs are on the LTSP server.
16:46
<AustriaBound>
I'm a college professor teaching my students this. Coming from a windows development background I've found it to be quite the journey.
16:46
<vagrantc>
it is admittedly a little confusing trying to integrate LDAP
16:46
<AustriaBound>
I haven't had any issues with a remote home dir. Linked it to a owncloud so my students have access to their directories from anywhere.
16:46
<vagrantc>
a lot of what we do essentially hacks around not having to use LDAP
16:47
<AustriaBound>
Are you one of the developers?
16:47
<vagrantc>
yup
16:47
<AustriaBound>
You are my hero!
16:47
<vagrantc>
heh
16:47
well, glad you've njoyed it despite the warts
16:47
<AustriaBound>
I'm looking to cut my teeth in Linux development and am looking seriously at getting involved.
16:48
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: to understand what we've done you might want to try and set up a test server without any of the LDAP its
16:48
bits
16:48
well, we sure could use help!
16:48
<AustriaBound>
Love to, but class starts Monday and I need a network. I've spent days and nights in the lab since Sept 2nd.
16:48
<vagrantc>
we've been slowly working on a major shift that will be LTSP6, namely handling the PAM stack more sanely
16:49
<AustriaBound>
Got myself in trouble with the IT department. They banished me to a building that looks like a lawn mower shed. Then they gave me 40 celeron machines from the early 2000's all without hard drives.
16:50
<vagrantc>
those might be a little slow for fat clients...
16:50
<AustriaBound>
Works awesome. Headless LTSP server with skinny image.
16:51
<vagrantc>
!worldmap | echo AustriaBound
16:51
<ltsp`>
AustriaBound worldmap: If you're using LTSP, please let the world know and share your story at http://www.ltsp.org/stories/ Your can add a nice pin to our world map at your location, plus your setup will count towards the global LTSP usage statistics.
16:52
<AustriaBound>
So, without pam_mkhomedir.so running on the server, somehow home directories are being created fine. Only issue is that the /etc/skel/ directory isn't copied. Is there are way to copy that directory over on new users only or do I have to copy it for every user on every login?
16:52
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: well, LDM is essentially a GUI wrapper for "ssh -X" with a bunch of hooks
16:52
<AustriaBound>
I'm going to put our config on the map. We have a VERY unique setup. Servers are Intel Atom processors.
16:53
I've been working on a great idea for the LTSP project. On startup I am copying the image to a ram drive and then serving that out. No more HD reads.
16:53
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: so pam_mkhomedir would run on the server, and create the homedirs on the server, and then sshfs mount them to the local client, at least in the default configuration.
16:53
AustriaBound: although are you mounting homedirs on the client via NFS?
16:53
<AustriaBound>
Somehow home directories are being created without pam_mkhomedir on the server.
16:54
Yes NFS.
16:54
<vagrantc>
the homedir is created on the server, though?
16:54
<AustriaBound>
Nope.
16:55
<vagrantc>
or it's just created locally ...
16:55
<AustriaBound>
No users homedir on the server just the NFS homedir server.
16:55
<vagrantc>
LDM probably creates the mountpoint on the client dir, in preparation to sshfs mount it from the server ... and the sshfs mount probably fails.
16:56
which is probably why there's no /etc/skel content
16:56
<AustriaBound>
Which log would I look at to see that?
16:56
<vagrantc>
maybe /var/log/ldm.log on the client
16:56
logging isn't always very consistant
16:56
<AustriaBound>
Nope, that's clean
16:57
<vagrantc>
look at /usr/share/ldm/rc.d/ ... there's probably a mkdir call in there somewhere.
16:57
those are the hooks that are run at login
16:58
<AustriaBound>
I've looked through them, but I will make a second round.
16:58
So what do you think about the ram drive idea?
16:59
<vagrantc>
X01-localapps, probably.
16:59
AustriaBound: if you've got the ram to spare, sure!
16:59
<AustriaBound>
I've also been playing with the idea of taking some of these old machines, populating them with 32 gigs of memory, creating a huge ram drive, use the ram drive as a NFS swap area for the fat clients.
16:59
<vagrantc>
i also implemented a proof of concept feature to copy the image to ram at boot, then it can operate without a server
17:00
<AustriaBound>
Nice.
17:00
<vagrantc>
i'd be surprised if you can get 8GB+ in a celeron from 2000...
17:00
even 4+ might be unlikely
17:01
<AustriaBound>
Found it! X01-localapps, you were right. Makes the mkdir $LDM_HOME.
17:02
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: does NFS swap work? we use NBD swap because NFS hadn't worked for ages... same idea though
17:02
<AustriaBound>
That's true. These new atom servers I can put 32 gigs in them though.
17:02
Yeah, you got me there. I don't know much difference between NFS and NBD.
17:03
<vagrantc>
NBD is network block device, so it's like a raw disk... NFS is a network filesystem
17:06JuJuBee_ has left IRC (JuJuBee_!~mike_knic@24-148-115-153.ip.mhcable.com)
17:06championofcyrodi has left IRC (championofcyrodi!~cott@50-205-35-98-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net)
17:06
<AustriaBound>
I absolutely appreciate your time. One last one before I let you go: I've never done bash scripting before. ( yeah I know, windows guy ) and I'm looking at the directory creation in the X01-localapps.
17:07
I see the line where it creates the $LDM_HOME. Could I check to see if the directory exists and if not create the homedir and then copy a /etc/skel/ type directory? If so how would I start?
17:23
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: you'd probably want to create a plugin that runs earlier that creates the homedir if it doesn't exist
17:23
<AustriaBound>
But isn't that already happening within that statement in the X01-localapps?
17:24
Sorry to be a bother. Just 3 weeks of no sleep and hitting my head on the desk from fatigue has got me loopy.
17:26championofcyrodi has joined IRC (championofcyrodi!~cott@50-205-35-98-static.hfc.comcastbusiness.net)
17:27
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: but it's going to try and sshfs mount your homedir from the LTSP server, which you don't really want
17:27
AustriaBound: if the directory already exists, it shouldn't do anything
17:28
AustriaBound: so if you create the homedir before that code runs, all is good.
17:29
<AustriaBound>
Ok. Makes sense, however, I'm running the Ubuntu-desktop session and somewhere it copies the Documents, Desktop, Downloads... folders and files. Where do you think that happens at?
17:29
<vagrantc>
or at least, that's what i thought, but looking at the code i'm not sure
17:30
ah, yes, it should still be fine: if [ "$(stat -c %m "$LDM_HOME")" != "/" ]; then
17:30
AustriaBound: you've mounted your NFS homedirs via FSTAB_XX, yes?
17:31
in lts.conf
17:35
AustriaBound: if you haven't mounted your homedirs via NFS on the client, it'll get the bahavior i described before, where it'll create an empty homedir, try to mount the LTSP server's homedir via NFS (and it doesn't exist, so would fail)
17:38
<AustriaBound>
I do have the homedir being mounted via FSTAB in the lts.conf.
17:38
So would it be safe to say that the homedir is mounted before it gets to the rc.d scripts?
17:42
If that is the case then the initial population of all those directories are happening before the rc.d scripts are run as well..... So, I'm thinking that I could do a file check in X01-localapps that checks for the .bashrc file. If not there, copy /etc/skel/.
17:46
if [ -e "$LDM_HOME/.bashrc" ] then cp /etc/skel/* $LDM_HOME fi
17:46
Something like that?
17:48
Opps I mean: if [ ! -f $LDM_HOME/.bashrc ]
17:49
<vagrantc>
AustriaBound: yes, it gets mounted before then
17:50
<AustriaBound>
Ok, then I'm in business. A script that checks for that file should work then? I'll give it a try.
17:50
<vagrantc>
gotta head out... good luck!
17:50vagrantc has left IRC (vagrantc!~vagrant@freegeek/vagrantc, Quit: leaving)
17:54AustriaBound has left IRC (AustriaBound!~richard@216.110.194.205, Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
18:57staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
19:08manuco has joined IRC (manuco!~manu@rue92-8-88-177-204-8.fbx.proxad.net)
19:29vagrantc has joined IRC (vagrantc!~vagrant@freegeek/vagrantc)
19:50staffencasa has joined IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
20:16staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
20:18manuco has left IRC (manuco!~manu@rue92-8-88-177-204-8.fbx.proxad.net)
20:28staffencasa has joined IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
20:43staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
20:55Faith has left IRC (Faith!~paty@unaffiliated/faith, Quit: Saindo)
21:03staffencasa has joined IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
21:45bitcheker has left IRC (bitcheker!~bitchecke@dynamic-adsl-84-221-31-105.clienti.tiscali.it, Quit: { exiting })
21:54telex has left IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de, Remote host closed the connection)
21:56telex has joined IRC (telex!~telex@freeshell.de)
22:06F-GT has left IRC (F-GT!~phantom@ppp59-167-136-109.static.internode.on.net, Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
22:07F-GT has joined IRC (F-GT!~phantom@ppp59-167-136-109.static.internode.on.net)
22:19vagrantc has left IRC (vagrantc!~vagrant@freegeek/vagrantc, Quit: leaving)
22:49staffencasa has left IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu, Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
22:51staffencasa has joined IRC (staffencasa!~staffenca@8-220.ptpg.oregonstate.edu)
23:01nelsong has joined IRC (nelsong!c82b4185@gateway/web/freenode/ip.200.43.65.133)