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<Pellescours>it build
<damo22>i hope so, its the same package that we use in debian
<damo22>the idea here is that you will replace the netbsd source tree with latest netbsd src from upstream, and try to merge the script into
<damo22>then we dont need to maintain the build scripts separately
<Pellescours>damo22: which I can only see
<damo22>that is their main mirror of CVS
<Pellescours>oh okay, I was looking to the wrong repo
<damo22>no really, you need the current one we use
<damo22>as well as that one so you can compare
<damo22>the idea is we can drop in any latest version of their tree
<damo22>and it will build
<damo22>they have their own script as well
<damo22>so we dont need these repos for example:
<damo22>although the pci-userspace repo may need to be kept, but i may try to upstream that too once we have a working
<damo22>gtg i need coffee
<Pellescours>I ran out of space why building rump, I need to extend my VM disk. Problem, poweroff seems to hang. I got the poweroff message but then nothing
<damo22>poweroff issue will be sorted when we finish ACPI
<Pellescours>I hard kill my VM and use a backup. I already had this problem and took precautions
<Pellescours>how can i resize the fs? resize2fs /dev/sd0s2 doesn’t work :/
<Pellescours>I extended the disk and the partition but I got `open: No such device or address while opening /dev/sd0s2`
<damo22>Pellescours: are you using rumpdisk or the gnumach disk driver?
<damo22>i suggest using gnumach for critical tasks currently
<damo22>you extended the disk and the partition?
<Pellescours>I use the packaged version of hurd and gnumach currently
<Pellescours>dd if=/dev/zero bs=1M count=8000 >> dev.img and parted to extend the partition
***Server sets mode: +nt
<damo22>i usually use fdisk
<damo22>not parted
<damo22>but it shoudnt matter
<youpi>online resizeing is not supported on the Hurd, that would require coordination between resize2fs and ext2fs
<Pellescours>oh okay
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