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02:03 kaeza greetings
02:04 VanessaE hui
02:04 VanessaE hi
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02:29 LazyJ In the minetest.conf.example, it says that, on multiprocessor systems, increasing the num_emerge_threads will greatly improve mapgen speed at the cost of "slightly buggy" caves. What are some examples of what that means? Does it affect dungeons? In what ways can caves be "slightly buggy" because of increased mapgen speed?
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02:35 VanessaE LazyJ: it used to cause square-walled-off caves
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02:35 VanessaE at map chunk boundaries or some such
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02:37 LazyJ Hmm... I've seen some of those "box canyons". Since "caves" are what minetest.conf.example refers to, I was looking for out-of-the-ordinary things underground.
02:38 LazyJ Any ideas what the balance is between the number of cores used for improved speed but not so much as to trigger the "buggy" caves?
02:39 VanessaE I just leave that variable unset/at its default
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02:42 hoodedice dammit quassel, why did you connect to #minetest?
02:42 hoodedice Now Amaz will ask me about that manual
02:42 kaeza I'm not knowledgeable about that, but why aren't caves generated based on some noise?
02:43 hoodedice ...I think they are?
02:43 LazyJ Ok, thanks, VanessaE. I'll experiment and look for those "box canyons and cliffs" as a sign.
02:43 VanessaE kaeza: in mapgen v5 I think they were, sorta.
02:44 kaeza maybe I'm thinking wrongly, but why do these walled caves occur on multithreaded mapgen?
02:44 kaeza why exactly*
02:45 hoodedice all the mapgen should happen on multi-thread
02:45 hoodedice why not?
02:45 kaeza eh?
02:46 kahrl kaeza: one thread generates a cave while another generates stone in the same place
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02:47 hoodedice but, why two processes for that? Why not just generate all the stone and then replace it with air?
02:47 kaeza kahrl, isn't mapgen meant to work one block/chunk/whatever at a time? i.e. thread 1 is working at block X, it first creates terrain, then caves, then decos, etc or something like that
02:48 kaeza thread 2 is working on block Y unrelated to thread 1, doing the same thing
02:48 kahrl kaeza: caves don't work like that (except purely noise based ones)
02:48 kahrl they start at a random point but can span tons of chunks
02:49 kahrl so with caves, two threads can work on the same chunk at the same time
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02:50 kaeza I see
02:51 hoodedice So... is this multi-thread cave-gen thing a new feature?
02:51 kahrl kaeza: I suppose hmmm can tell you the nitty gritty if you want to know
02:52 VanessaE as for multithread mapgen, plants_lib is sorta multi-thread..does that count? ;)
02:53 LazyJ I was curious because if leaving the num_emerge_threads blank was such a performance boost to mapgen, then why is the default set to 1?
02:54 hoodedice I see lots of new names in the commits -- looks like the M$ buyout did positively affect us after all =D
02:54 LazyJ What is the hazard that makes the developer chose 1 instead of wide-open?
02:54 kahrl hoodedice: 5ec5b1cbd6  Sun Feb 17 01:47:49 2013 -0500: Add multi-Emerge thread support
02:55 hoodedice last year, Feb...
02:55 kahrl I'll leave it up to you that's new ;)
02:55 kahrl if*
02:55 kaeza kahrl, it's just curiosity; maybe those questions are stupid and thought out/discussed to death to someone like anyone else that knows about mapgen/perlin noise/whatever
02:56 kaeza mai engrish iz gud btw
02:56 hoodedice I remember seeing that commit, didn't know (still don't) what  multi-Emerge is
02:56 hoodedice also, lolcode.org
02:56 hoodedice We should make a modding API for lolcode
02:56 LazyJ kaeza, u tok lik app-kid.  ;)-
02:56 * hoodedice ducks
02:57 kahrl definitely one of the saner suggestions as far as modding languages go
02:57 hoodedice lol
02:57 kaeza code
02:58 hoodedice kaeza, #puns.
02:58 hoodedice GET OUT.
02:59 argyle I'm using minetestserver, but whenever I log into it I'm in creative mode.  How do I prevent that?
02:59 kaeza "pls add php lua sux" -- what I read whenever someone suggests a new language
02:59 kaeza except Python
02:59 kaeza PYTHON <3
03:00 VanessaE argyle: in your server's minetest.conf, creative_mode = false
03:00 VanessaE (yes, it's that simple :) )
03:02 argyle Didn't work.  Maybe I'm picking up the wrong minetest.conf...
03:03 hoodedice http://hastebin.com/akipacabiz.vhdl
03:04 VanessaE oh G*d
03:07 hoodedice If you thought that was all
03:07 hoodedice http://hastebin.com/getepenuxa.java
03:07 hoodedice yes, you read the extention right
03:08 * hoodedice laughs the most evil of all evil laughs
03:09 kahrl not enterprise enough!
03:09 kahrl needs more AbstractNodeFactoryServiceLocatorFacade
03:10 hoodedice all you can expect from someone with two months of brainwashing
03:10 hoodedice I needs moar JAVA IS FUN brainwashing before I can do that
03:11 hoodedice inb4 sob story over how college decided to put more java in the CIS course, going as far as removing the C course for data structs and algorithms and replacing that with JAVA
03:12 hoodedice I've been brainswashed so badly already, my right pinky now slips to the ; instead of . when I'm texting
03:13 kahrl I'd probably be appending :wq to my messages if I was texting
03:17 hoodedice https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D0vzOwHVRI8 Blame Jordach
03:18 hoodedice well, if math major, QED.
03:24 hoodedice what is this right click inventory drag and drop?
03:29 argyle Figured it out.  I was logging in with the same name as name = in the minetest.conf.
03:30 LazyJ Congrats, argyle! Now... write that down and keep your notes. Someone else will have the same question in the future.
03:32 hoodedice Did someone just figure out a solution to their own problem?
03:32 hoodedice !next
03:32 MinetestBot Another satisfied customer. Next!
03:32 argyle :)
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03:46 Zeno` Goooood moooooooorning #minetest!
03:47 VanessaE hey zeno
03:47 Zeno` 'ello
03:47 hoodedice hi.
03:47 Zeno` only 2000 (or so) failed login attempts today! Yay
03:47 Zeno` hi hoodedice
03:48 VanessaE heh
03:50 * Zeno` blocks another network of ips
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03:51 hoodedice > MRW have to register to unlock my phone
03:52 hoodedice > Android is free is like FREEDOM IS SLAVERY.
03:52 hoodedice Android was better when it was 2.3
03:53 H4iku Are best linux phones
03:53 hoodedice nah
03:53 hoodedice Sailfish is better
03:54 hoodedice at least they have a better understanding and implementation of open culture
03:54 H4iku Sailfish??
03:54 hoodedice http://jolla.com
03:54 hoodedice offshoot of Nokia, formed after the sell-out to M$
03:55 hoodedice Mostly comprised of legendary Finns who made the legendary Nokia N9 ( http://swipe.nokia.com/ )
03:56 H4iku NEO900 Will be the greatest phone
03:56 hoodedice N9 was the successor to the N900
03:56 hoodedice and the Jolla is the successor of the N9
03:56 H4iku N9 was the last phone with linux on it
03:57 hoodedice eh? Have you seen SailfishOS?
03:57 hoodedice https://sailfishos.org/ This is Linux.
03:57 H4iku Neo900 will be an improve of n900
03:58 hoodedice ...not sure if trolling...
03:58 H4iku With hardware libre and more features
03:59 hoodedice but, daaaaamn, battery hot swap
03:59 hoodedice that's a darn neat feature
04:00 H4iku And have a lot of sensors
04:00 hoodedice processor is a TI =/
04:01 hoodedice why does quallcomm have to be so selfish with their Hardware?
04:01 H4iku Yes is libre -free
04:01 hoodedice not even dual core =/
04:02 hoodedice ya its nice, but I needs moar powah
04:02 H4iku who wants dual core on a phone?
04:03 hoodedice ...I do.
04:03 H4iku It not have programing obsolescence
04:04 hoodedice if I wanted somthing to *really* go deep hacking on, I would a rasby pi or an open pandora
04:06 H4iku Ok do a smartphone with a rasp
04:06 hoodedice =/
04:07 hoodedice on my smartphone, I have at least three concurently running messaging services
04:07 Zeno` I don't have a smart phone
04:07 Zeno` I only have a land line
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04:13 hoodedice ^Probably not fat
04:14 hoodedice because have to get up to get phone everytime =D
04:14 Zeno` hehe
04:15 VanessaE heh
04:15 hoodedice he
04:19 Zeno` hah
04:19 Zeno` I gotta work out this database issue :/
04:20 Zeno` e.g. 06:59:33: ERROR[EmergeThread2]: Invalid block data in database (-8,-1933,-18) (SerializationError): unsupported NameIdMapping version
04:20 VanessaE aw shit
04:20 Zeno` what that mean?
04:20 VanessaE that happened to one of my maps once before
04:20 Zeno` hmm
04:20 VanessaE it's a corrupt block I think
04:20 Zeno` Can I delete it?
04:20 VanessaE sure if you can figure out how :P
04:21 Zeno` ohhh map database is now 11.5GB
04:21 VanessaE on MTZ>
04:21 VanessaE ?
04:21 Zeno` yeah
04:21 VanessaE wow
04:21 hoodedice yeah, wow.
04:21 Zeno` I might go to that location and see what's there
04:21 hoodedice biggest map I got was still less than 1 GB
04:21 Zeno` maybe I can worldedit it or something
04:22 VanessaE isn't that coord just outside of the normal mapgen range?
04:22 hoodedice is it?
04:22 VanessaE I can't remember
04:22 Zeno` I dunno
04:22 Zeno` it's always that coord and the one next to it
04:24 * Zeno` looks for unsupported NameIdMapping version in the source code
04:26 Zeno` hmm... maybe I could hack that bit to make it non zero (version is 0 apparently)
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04:31 Zeno` well there was only stone at the two locations
04:31 Zeno` so I made them air
04:31 Zeno` will see what happens
04:37 argyle VanessaE, I'm having trouble with some lines from homedecor in homedecor/homedecor/crafts.lua
04:37 VanessaE what's the issue?
04:37 argyle The part that makes glooptest chainlinks and homedecor chainlinks compatible.
04:37 argyle I've got both mods, but the code inside the if statement only executes if I comment out the conditional.
04:38 VanessaE I don't understand
04:38 Zeno` Well, that fixed the database issue
04:38 argyle just a sec...
04:40 argyle I'm losing my steel chainlink craft when glooptest is enabled.  If I comment out "if not minetest.get_modpath("glooptest") then" and the subsequent "end", it works again.
04:40 VanessaE that's because it uses a different recipe when glooptest is enabled
04:40 VanessaE I know I tested this...
04:41 VanessaE http://digitalaudioconcepts.com/vanessa/hobbies/m​inetest/homedecor-crafting-guide/chainlink-2.png
04:41 VanessaE that's how you do it if glooptest is installed.
04:41 Zeno` Actually, this is something I was looking at a few weeks ago as well
04:41 * Zeno` looks
04:42 VanessaE http://digitalaudioconcepts.com/vaness​a/hobbies/minetest/homedecor-crafting-​guide/homedecor-craft-guide.html#basic materials
04:42 VanessaE about 4 page-downs from there
04:43 argyle Should the part with the alias be outside of the if?
04:44 VanessaE argyle: no, please don't change the code
04:45 VanessaE I've already tested that code, it works exactly as it's supposed to, unless something broke.
04:45 argyle Yeah, that wouldn't work anyway.
04:46 VanessaE glooptest supplies its own chainlinks.  If that mod is installed, homedecor will use those chainlinks (well, where steel ones are called for) instead of creating its own.
04:47 argyle I thought there was something I couldn't make anymore, but now I can't find it.
04:47 VanessaE argyle: revert your copy of homedecor back to current git HEAD and see the above link please
04:54 argyle Ok.  I lose "Hanging chain (wrought iron)" that way.
04:55 VanessaE nope
04:55 VanessaE you can still craft it
04:55 VanessaE look at the crafting guide.
04:58 VanessaE there are two recipes that are used to craft chainlinks, depending whether glooptest is installed or not
04:58 argyle I can't seem to get chainlink to craft to hanging chain anymore.
04:59 VanessaE ok, that's a different bug
04:59 argyle I see the 4 bar recipe, and it produces "chainlink", but I can't use chainlink to make hanging chain.
04:59 VanessaE lemme check it out
05:01 VanessaE works for me.  current Home Decor modpack under vanilla Minetest game.
05:02 * VanessaE adds glooptest to the mix.
05:03 hoodedice wow, this time rooting didn't take five hours
05:03 hoodedice I must be lucky
05:03 VanessaE ok, I see the problem.
05:04 VanessaE WITH gloopblocks installed is where the problem lies.
05:04 argyle yeah, got that one too.
05:04 VanessaE one moment, lemme see what broke.
05:06 VanessaE ok, I see what's going on
05:09 VanessaE fxing...
05:09 VanessaE fixing, too...
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05:11 hoodedice That's why
05:11 hoodedice we should make a lolcode API
05:11 hoodedice it is so verbose, that you won't feel like fixing anything
05:11 VanessaE argyle: please fetch from homedecor git.  fixed.
05:11 argyle ok...
05:13 VanessaE it now behaves like I originally meant for it to :P
05:13 VanessaE good catch, sorry about misunderstanding
05:15 argyle And there it is!  Thanks!!!
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05:17 VanessaE no prob :)
05:17 VanessaE synched to dreambuilder and staged to my servers also.
05:17 VanessaE and with that, I think I'll go to bed now.
05:18 argyle Goodnight.
05:18 VanessaE night :)
05:18 hoodedice bye
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05:30 carlvelleri hey Minder_48er what happened to the server i cant get back on
05:30 carlvelleri *miner_48er
05:31 Miner_48er carlvelleri idk It's back up now
05:31 carlvelleri ive been tring it wont let me back on
05:32 carlvelleri oh sure now it loads
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05:33 carlvelleri last i seen you were expanding my lot then it stopped working for me
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05:34 Thenextlevel hello
05:34 Miner_48er hi
05:34 Thenextlevel i was sent by OldCoder
05:35 OldCoder Thenextlevel, welcome to #minetest
05:35 OldCoder This is where the mod authors go
05:36 Thenextlevel ello
05:36 OldCoder Also graphics contributors, etc.
05:36 OldCoder Most people are asleep except for the Eurotesters
05:36 OldCoder But you made it, have fun
05:36 Thenextlevel why did your chat color chage
05:36 OldCoder Add the channel to autojoin, which you will find on the edit screen
05:36 OldCoder Which chat color?
05:36 Thenextlevel change
05:36 OldCoder When your name is mentioned
05:37 OldCoder It is different so that you can find
05:37 Thenextlevel oh
05:37 OldCoder where you are paged
05:37 OldCoder Observe
05:37 OldCoder Thenextlevel likes turtles
05:37 hoodedice hi Thenextlevel
05:37 OldCoder Different?
05:37 Thenextlevel yes
05:37 hoodedice welcome to minetest!
05:37 OldCoder Add to autojoin and suggest your ideas over time
05:37 OldCoder Learn Lua or at least GIMP and feel free to contribute
05:38 Thenextlevel were do i put it to autojoin
05:38 hoodedice if on twitter, follow the official Minetest at @MinetestCommune
05:38 OldCoder hoodedice, thank you!
05:38 hoodedice !next
05:38 MinetestBot Another satisfied customer. Next!
05:38 OldCoder Thenextlevel, on HexChat -> Network List -> Freenode -> Edit -> Autojoin tab
05:38 OldCoder Heh
05:38 hoodedice Also, say hi to MinetestBot
05:38 hoodedice Hi MinetestBot
05:38 MinetestBot Hey hoodedice.
05:38 OldCoder MinetestBot is Hot
05:38 Thenextlevel hi minetestbot
05:38 MinetestBot Hello Thenextlevel!
05:38 OldCoder Hot bot here is thought
05:39 hoodedice It won't bite (but Jordach might)
05:39 OldCoder Thenextlevel, Silva and Dragonop have also migrated here
05:39 OldCoder I believe you met them over at Inchra
05:39 OldCoder ShadowNinja, VanessaE, and kaeza
05:40 hoodedice ah, this is the real #minetest
05:40 OldCoder who are figures over there, are also in this channel
05:40 hoodedice Inchra is just server talk
05:40 OldCoder As hoodedice indicates, the actual development center
05:40 Thenextlevel Oldcoder thinks i'm 10 years older then i am
05:40 OldCoder Which is why I have brought you
05:40 OldCoder Your misspellings are a bit odd but I don't really care
05:40 hoodedice (I refer it to as THAT GREAT FLOOD OF CHAT)
05:40 OldCoder Heh
05:40 Thenextlevel i was thinknig the same thing
05:41 OldCoder Flood of Chat is All That
05:41 OldCoder I don't know if it's a good idea to bundle so many worlds into one channel
05:41 Thenextlevel well more that it was a idea storm type thing
05:41 hoodedice It's only when I have to build something that I miss Xubuntu http://xda-university.com/as-a-developer/po​rting-clockworkmod-recovery-to-a-new-device
05:41 OldCoder Reviewing
05:41 OldCoder Ah, Android
05:41 OldCoder I need to learn more
05:42 OldCoder Thenextlevel, I am needed elsewhere, feel free to settle in
05:42 OldCoder You will see familiar names here
05:42 Thenextlevel yes many allreday are the ones with the green dots ops
05:42 OldCoder A lot of them
05:42 OldCoder This is not a game chat channel
05:43 OldCoder I.e. not worlds
05:43 Thenextlevel i relize this
05:43 OldCoder Very well, have fun
05:43 Thenextlevel hi craig
05:43 hoodedice don't be surprised if stuff goes off topic
05:43 OldCoder Indeed
05:43 OldCoder But friendlier than 2 years ago
05:43 OldCoder The channel is civil these days
05:43 Thenextlevel ist that how ervey converstaion goes
05:44 hoodedice ah, are you talking about THE GREAT MODDING LANGUAGE WARS OF 2012?
05:44 OldCoder It's good to be flexible
05:44 OldCoder heh
05:44 OldCoder More than one thing happened that year
05:44 hoodedice "I think Minetest would do nice with java"
05:44 OldCoder :-)
05:44 hoodedice or THE GREAT DISTRO WAR OF 2013?
05:44 * OldCoder does not recall that
05:44 Thenextlevel ist mojang leader of java
05:44 hoodedice no
05:44 hoodedice Oracle is
05:44 OldCoder Mojang?
05:45 hoodedice Mojang *uses* java
05:45 OldCoder MC?
05:45 Thenextlevel minecrat
05:45 hoodedice go to http://java.com
05:45 hoodedice bottom right; Oracle
05:45 Thenextlevel why did i say crat
05:46 Thenextlevel well i dont know this whats the diffence all i see is companies
05:46 hoodedice I think Thenextlevel is 13-15 years old
05:46 Thenextlevel Oldcoder thoghut i was 20
05:46 Thenextlevel im 12
05:46 hoodedice ow, missed it by a year
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05:46 hoodedice ask me how I guessed pls pls pls
05:46 OldCoder His misspellings seem artificial, though
05:47 Thenextlevel by my text or the way i speak just thw wording
05:47 hoodedice Also, OldCoder: Minetest API in LOLCODE: http://hastebin.com/akipacabiz.vhdl
05:47 OldCoder hoodedice, without going into details, were you here in 2012 and do you remember the situation at the time?
05:47 OldCoder R
05:47 OldCoder I HAZ A NODE tutorial:decowood
05:47 hoodedice hmm, yes, I was
05:47 OldCoder This is quite sensible
05:47 hoodedice but I don't remember
05:47 OldCoder Do you understand
05:47 OldCoder Hm'
05:48 OldCoder I don't wish to be specific
05:48 OldCoder Do you recall an issue at the time
05:48 OldCoder With somebody who was more than one person?
05:48 Thenextlevel oh could i read it i just love to read
05:48 hoodedice I remember the globeminner thing
05:48 OldCoder Read what?
05:48 Thenextlevel the totrails
05:48 hoodedice tutorials?
05:48 OldCoder hoodedice, I may be over-cautious but I am well ware
05:48 hoodedice query me
05:48 OldCoder That people are not always what they seem
05:49 OldCoder * aware
05:49 Thenextlevel yes hooded
05:49 hoodedice !dev
05:49 hoodedice !lua
05:49 hoodedice !pil
05:49 MinetestBot someone thinks you need to brush up on or learn Lua, please go to: http://lua.org/pil/
05:49 hoodedice See that ^
05:49 hoodedice and then dev.minetest.net
05:49 OldCoder It does not truly matter though who or what somebody is
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05:49 OldCoder If they can contribute
05:50 Thenextlevel what is pil
05:51 Thenextlevel i know what dev and lua is but not pil
05:51 Zeno` Programming in Lua
05:51 hoodedice ^
05:51 Thenextlevel the whats diffent from just adding it with lua
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05:52 hoodedice nothing
05:52 hoodedice PIL is the tutorial for lua
05:52 Thenextlevel um can i have !lua
05:52 Thenextlevel i just want to leran basics
05:53 hoodedice basics, yes, you need to pil
05:53 Thenextlevel i know that you have to have alot of / and ; '
05:53 Thenextlevel okay can you give me a link
05:53 hoodedice also google "lua users wiki"
05:53 hoodedice no I cann;t
05:53 hoodedice you need to google everything
05:54 hoodedice you can ask specific questions here though
05:55 Thenextlevel oh if i read something i neaver forget it i think i have like minor photograpic merory
05:55 kaeza what is google? should I google that?
05:55 kaeza <_<
05:55 Thenextlevel hi kaeza
05:55 kaeza hi Thenextlevel
05:55 hoodedice that's with coding
05:56 hoodedice once you practise it, you can't forget it
05:56 hoodedice unless you haven't been practising it
05:56 Thenextlevel how can anyone even think about google like hell they cant even make bing
05:56 hoodedice wat?
05:57 Thenextlevel bing came after google meaning they were smarter then before ing
05:57 * kaeza pets hoodedice
05:57 Thenextlevel hahahahahahaha'
05:57 * hoodedice slaps MinetestBot
05:57 hoodedice oops.
05:58 Thenextlevel why minetest bot
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05:58 Thenextlevel guys i need help useing a wiki
05:58 argyle What is MinetestBot for?
05:59 Thenextlevel the keeper of the chatroom
05:59 Thenextlevel im assumeing
06:00 argyle It has functions of some sort.
06:00 argyle !next
06:00 MinetestBot Another satisfied customer. Next!
06:00 Thenextlevel they are one of the ops importent im saying theu bechase i dont know gender
06:00 argyle I don't think it has a gender.
06:00 Thenextlevel it's a person
06:01 Thenextlevel who is masked under what others use as a mask so it's dobble mask
06:04 hoodedice MinetestBot is a girl
06:04 hoodedice !help
06:04 MinetestBot https://github.com/sfan5/minetestb​ot-modules/blob/master/COMMANDS.md
06:04 kaeza argyle, it contains several functions related to minetest, also MinetestBot is a 'she'
06:04 hoodedice See that for commans ^
06:04 hoodedice *commands
06:04 kaeza well, ninjas
06:04 hoodedice see does stuff like
06:04 hoodedice !rainbow i am a pritti ninjas
06:04 MinetestBot 4i a7m a8 pr3itti n6injas
06:05 hoodedice !c 1 + 41
06:05 MinetestBot 42
06:05 argyle I have been elucidated.
06:05 hoodedice !g elucidated
06:05 MinetestBot hoodedice: http://www.merriam-webster​.com/dictionary/elucidate
06:05 hoodedice !title
06:05 MinetestBot hoodedice: Elucidate - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
06:05 hoodedice *cough*
06:05 hoodedice !seen PilzAdam
06:05 MinetestBot hoodedice: pilzadam was last seen at 2014-10-09 16:37:11 UTC on #minetest-de
06:05 hoodedice okay okay, I'll stop, I'm sorry
06:05 kaeza !tell hoodedice don't abuse the bot
06:05 MinetestBot kaeza: I'll pass that on when hoodedice is around
06:05 argyle Useful.
06:06 hoodedice funny, usually it outputs a retort if said user is online
06:06 hoodedice looks like !tell is broken again
06:07 hoodedice !tell sfan5 !tell is probably broken again
06:07 MinetestBot hoodedice: yeah, sure, whatever
06:07 hoodedice MinetestBot has some attitude problems
06:08 argyle !rand 0 100
06:08 MinetestBot 71
06:08 hoodedice bbl, gotta get this thing done, then git sleep
06:09 argyle Hmmm.. seems a little too random.
06:09 hoodedice !rand 13 13
06:09 MinetestBot 13
06:09 hoodedice *cough*
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06:30 Thenextlevel hi sol
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07:28 blaise alias gl='git log --graph --decorate --pretty=oneline --abbrev-commit --all'
07:31 sfan5 meow
07:42 DarkNekros blaise, I prefer this alias gl='git log --graph --decorate --oneline --name-status --all' ;)
07:47 Krock !up 85.6.218.161:61562
07:47 MinetestBot Krock: Syntax changed, please use 'example.org 1337' instead of 'example.org:1337'
07:47 Krock !up 85.6.218.161 61562
07:47 MinetestBot 85.6.218.161:61562 is up (798ms)
07:47 Krock amaze
07:49 blaise lol
07:49 MinetestBot blaise: 10-08 12:04 UTC <Megaf> Bees mod is causing lots of lags on your server
07:50 blaise MinetestBot: thank you.
07:51 Krock !tell Dragonop online.
07:51 MinetestBot Krock: I'll pass that on when Dragonop is around
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08:09 sfan5 DarkNekros: I prefer this: [alias]\nlg = log --color --graph --pretty=format:'%Cred%h%Creset -%C(yellow)%d%Creset %s %Cgreen(%cr)%C(bold blue)<%an>%Creset' --abbrev-commi
08:09 sfan5 s/commi/commit/
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08:21 DarkNekros sfan5, nice, but you don't know which files where changed/created/etc :)
08:22 sfan5 I can use git log for that
08:24 DarkNekros also :)
08:24 DarkNekros sfan5, which type of console do you use? (bash, zsh)
08:25 Zeno` shell
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09:14 Megaf_ sol_invictus: You there?
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09:18 Zeno` that's exceptions for ya
09:19 Megaf_ what?
09:20 Zeno` that error you just got
09:21 Megaf_ a peer not found shouldnt crash the whole server
09:21 Zeno` correct
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09:34 ElectronLibre Good <insert what you want here> everyone.
09:34 Hirato s/<insert what you want here>/game, no rematch/
09:34 Hirato >_>
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09:40 Krock s/<insert what you want here>/, I finally discovered the bad of using variables in messages. Gonna puke now at/
09:40 Krock ^ ElectronLibre
09:42 * ElectronLibre wasn't using a variable but thank you.
09:44 Krock !tell Calinou moreores' hoes allow to grief areas
09:44 MinetestBot Krock: yeah, sure, whatever
09:44 Krock <3 MinetestBot
09:44 MinetestBot <3 Krock
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11:05 PenguinDad I was bored and made a new wet soil side :/ http://a.pomf.se/fxfgkf.png
11:06 kilbith Calinou did it too
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11:13 Zeno` kilbith!
11:13 Zeno` I saw some of your nodeboxes... awesome work
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11:20 kilbith thanks Zeno`
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11:25 kilbith many thanks for your work on plantlife too, Zeno`
11:28 Zeno` you're welcome of course
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11:40 Krock PenguinDad, nice.
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11:41 rub3nwardy Hi all!
11:42 Krock hi RU83NVV4R|)y
11:42 rubenwardy My client entered the wrong channel accidentally :(
11:43 PenguinDad Note to self: Never enable fsaa
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11:44 Fritigern I'm no great builder, so i am rather proud of how this one turned out: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ybc3​jrceql2ab0a/My_build.png?dl=0
11:46 rubenwardy Mediacru.sh is awesome
11:46 rubenwardy That is quite cool, Fritigern
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11:53 sol_invictus Megaf_: ?
11:56 Megaf_ sol_invictus: are you the player named sol that was palying on my serever earlier on?
11:57 sol_invictus I don't think so, I was playing at Krock's server as solomon
11:58 Megaf_ oh, ok
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12:01 jojoa1997 Yello
12:02 Krock w
12:03 PenguinDad Shouto jojoa1997
12:04 jojoa1997 waaaa
12:05 jojoa1997 What is "Shouto"
12:05 sfan5 DarkNekros: zsh
12:06 Fritigern zsh = zesty super heroes!
12:06 PenguinDad jojoa1997: Yello and Shouto :P
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13:07 PenguinDad zomfg people left irc!
13:08 Fritigern Does anyone know if it is possible to have minetestmapper recognise nodes that it by default does not?
13:08 Fritigern For example, it does not know the node building_blocks:Marble, so my awesome build goes invisible on the map.
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13:10 * GhostDoge barks at PenguinDad
13:12 Fritigern OH! Derp. I failed to look closely at the files in my local repo. it's right there, a text file containing scripts to generate the colors so that minetestmapper will recognise the nodes
13:13 PenguinDad Fritigern: just use that script in a dreambuilder world and you've got nearly every mod covered by your colors.txt ;)
13:16 Fritigern The ==COMMAND== section, i assume that it's easiest to save that as a bash script?
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13:22 CamelToeCase hai
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13:23 CamelToeCase Hi again
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13:29 CamelToeCase This connection tho
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13:40 CamelToeCase hi someguy
13:40 someguy Hi.
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13:52 Fritigern PenguinDad: You should change your name to P-Daddy
13:52 PenguinDad Why?
13:53 Fritigern Why not?
13:55 Fritigern You really know how to kill a joke
13:56 PenguinDad Rest in Pasta Joke
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15:24 MinetestBot Dragonop: 10-12 07:51 UTC <Krock> online.
15:26 Dragonop Hi!
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16:21 rubenwardy https://gist.github.com/rube​nwardy/c72717a21fc40c858c65
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16:26 rubenwardy !title https://gist.github.com/rube​nwardy/c72717a21fc40c858c65
16:26 MinetestBot rubenwardy: Minetest Readable Modding Format
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16:33 asie rubenwardy: awesome
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16:33 asie very awesome
16:36 rubenwardy asie, add https://gist.github.com/rubenwa​rdy/c72717a21fc40c858c65#lists
16:36 asie yes
16:36 rubenwardy * added. XD
16:41 VanessaE [10-12 12:40] <lag01> hello! Can you please test my world map shrinking script? https://forum.minetest.net/vi​ewtopic.php?f=14&amp;t=10333
16:41 VanessaE posted in #Minetest-dev just a few mins ago
16:41 VanessaE this could be very handy indeed
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16:43 Cylus rubenwardy: I think that would make moding easier for newbies, but to make it more readable, it needs to be consistent. The main issue I see is that the entry on the "node" line can either be the description or the name, depending on which other attributes are specified. Defaulting both to that is fine, but only one should be able to be respecified, so that the "node" line is known to *always* be the name or *always* be the description.
16:44 rubenwardy I was thinking that. It should always be the description
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16:45 Cylus Yeah, that's probably the one I would choose as well.
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16:51 MinetestBot Calinou: 10-12 09:44 UTC <Krock> moreores' hoes allow to grief areas
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16:52 Calinou hoes come from a random pull reques
16:52 Calinou +t
16:53 pitriss Calinou: hi https://gitorious.org/calinou/moreblock​s/source/6501336d86f2f55d9c7af1869b461c​d9e7891ad7:stairsplus/stairs.lua#L122 //colon before node name in alias is not needed.. It caused me some troubles yesterday:)
16:53 pitriss as aliases was not working due that
16:54 Calinou ah
16:54 Calinou the alias may break directions of already placed stuff, I need to try it
16:57 dhasenan Wonder if there's a geometry library for minetest letting you create shapes and combine them and then query / create nodes based on them.
16:58 dhasenan Because I'm creating one now, and the easiest way for me to create it would be to add a line to depends.txt.
16:59 Calinou it doesn't make the alias work, pitriss
16:59 Calinou dhasenan, there isn't, but you can use mathematical formulas to make nodeboxes
17:00 pitriss Calinou: i aplied latest moreblocks in older game, there may be multiple conditions to make these aliases not working..
17:00 pitriss IDK.. but removing of that colon worked for me
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17:02 Calinou what can be done instead is overriding the drop of default stairs
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17:02 Calinou to be sure one gets the Stairs+ nodes when digging them
17:03 pitriss i checked that by /giveme :)
17:03 pitriss with colon i was unable to use that alias, without it gave me that stair node:)
17:04 VanessaE Calinou: it's partly my fault, I just had him try a couple random things until the alias at least worked for his particular use case
17:04 VanessaE since I wasn't entirely sure what he was trying to accomplish :)
17:07 pitriss as I told. I'm trying to update landrush a bit without breaking world.. So there may be also some legacy mods changing this..
17:08 CWz question: if minetest is released under LGPL do maps fall under the same license and do mod licenses apply to maps as well?
17:12 dhasenan CWz: probably not. GCC's output isn't under the GPL, for instance, and the GPL is more strict than the LGPL.
17:12 CWz dhasenan: thanks
17:20 Calinou GNU licenses do not cover program output
17:20 Calinou pitriss, you can't use leading colon in /give and aliases :/
17:22 pitriss Calinou: i see
17:23 Calinou leading colon is used to redefine a node or item
17:24 pitriss Calinou: i tried stairs:stair_* and that second name.. and when in alias definition was that colon prefix one name was not working
17:24 pitriss If it is working for you then nevermind.
17:25 VanessaE Calinou: I don't think a leading colon is legal in an alias call is it?
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17:28 VanessaE bbl
17:28 Calinou I don't think it is
17:28 Calinou no idea why I put it
17:28 VanessaE force of habit perhaps
17:28 VanessaE when I had him take the colon out, the alias started to function properly so I assumed it was just a typo or something.
17:28 VanessaE anyway, gotta run
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17:37 kilbith walking dead back \o/
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17:48 CWz something is up with the minetestc55 on ppa
17:49 rubenwardy 'minetest'?
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17:55 Thenextlevel hello
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18:00 Cylus CWz: What's up with the minetestc55 PPA?
18:00 PenguinDad #minetest an idle rpg where talking is allowed xD
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18:18 * pitriss wants idlerpg for jabber/xmpp :D
18:22 * PenguinDad wants moar moneys
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18:25 VanessaE I'm back.  yay. :)
18:29 Megaf_ Hi VanessaE, welcome back
18:31 Megaf_ Folks, if I have one public IP and several computers on my network, how do I setup iptables on the computer that has the public IP to make minetest server work on one of the computers on the private net
18:31 Megaf_ ?
18:31 Megaf_ lets say the public IP is 222.2222.222 and the private IP is 192.168.1.202
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18:33 VanessaE no idea what you're trying to do, Megaf_
18:33 VanessaE share a server across only your lan, or what
18:34 VanessaE ?
18:34 Cacatoes anyone running minetest on Debian Testing/Sid ? I have an obvious bug and wonder if you have it too. Bonus point if you have non-english keyboard
18:35 Megaf_ VanessaE: just run a public server.
18:35 VanessaE Cacatoes: a server, yes.  client on Xubuntu.  not a non-English keyboard though.
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18:35 VanessaE Megaf_: if the server runs on one of the machines on your LAN then you just need some basic port forwarding
18:35 pitriss Megaf_: i think you need just NAT on that machine
18:35 VanessaE I don't remember how to do it with iptables, but it's easy
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18:36 Cacatoes my bug is I simply can't input a '7', so I can't enter a custom IP address of a server which has this digit. Every other digit works.
18:36 VanessaE Cacatoes: this is a known issue.
18:37 pitriss Cacatoes: bug in irrlicht
18:37 VanessaE use the top row keys, not the keypad
18:37 Miner_48er Megaf_ iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -i eth0 -p tcp --dport 30000 -j DNAT \
18:37 Miner_48er --to 192.168.1.202:30000
18:37 Cylus Megaf_: It sounds like you need to port forward at your router.
18:37 Miner_48er Megaf_ https://access.redhat.com/documentation​/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/4/html/​Security_Guide/s1-firewall-ipt-fwd.html
18:37 Megaf_ I will make a drawing
18:37 VanessaE thanks Miner_48er.  I couldn't remember how to do it
18:37 Cacatoes okay, I don't see it reported in Debian bug tracker that's why
18:37 pitriss Cacatoes: there is oneliner fix for irrlicht 1.8.1
18:39 pitriss Cacatoes: in irlicht 1.8.1 change in irrlicht-1.8.1/source/Irrlicht/CIrrDeviceLinux.cpp line "event.xkey.state = 0;" for "event.xkey.state &= ~(ControlMask|ShiftMask);" without quotes and recompile your irrlicht
18:39 pitriss s/for/to/
18:40 pitriss then you will be able to use numpad for writing numbers:)
18:40 Cacatoes I won't build, I wait for my distro to fix it
18:40 Cacatoes so that's why I want to know if Debian is aware of the issue
18:41 pitriss I think it was reported already to irrlicht devs but not fixed
18:41 VanessaE Cacatoes: it's debian, you'll be waiting a month of Sundays for them to fix it.
18:41 VanessaE just build it.
18:42 Cacatoes reported to irrlicht, I hope so, that's the least to do
18:44 Cacatoes ok, thanks, will drop them a little something then
18:45 Calinou hi Cacatoes
18:45 Calinou I remember you
18:45 Calinou :D
18:45 Cacatoes do you, how ? ;)
18:45 Calinou I have the 7 issue too
18:45 Calinou (I'm French)
18:45 Cacatoes (I guess so)
18:47 pitriss Czech layout have also problem with 4, and ( ) :D
18:48 rubenwardy https://github.com/rubenwardy/mesecode
18:51 iqualfragile 7 issue?
18:53 pitriss iqualfragile: it is more irrlicht's issue with non english layouts..
18:53 iqualfragile pitriss: i am using an exotic german layout, what is the issue?
18:54 Thenextlevel hi pitriss
18:54 Thenextlevel hi VanessaE
18:55 iqualfragile https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YBumQHPAeU
18:55 pitriss iqualfragile: on czech layout i can't write 7, 4, ), (.. and as special bonus czech layout turns 4 into enter key
18:55 iqualfragile oh, interesting
18:55 iqualfragile no, i don't have these issues
18:55 Dragonop use other layout maybe
18:56 pitriss yes It is very "nice" when I forgot and use national chars.. and one of them just send message in the half:D
18:57 pitriss Dragonop: ehhh why? My layout is okay everywhere else:)
18:57 Dragonop oh, then its okay :)
18:58 pitriss only MT have this issue.. but patched irrlicht solves this partly.. It allows atleast writing numbers on numpad
18:58 pitriss *partially
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19:54 kaeza greetings
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19:55 VanessaE greetz, kaeza
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20:02 Thenextlevel how do you use world edit to copy  part of world and paste it
20:03 VanessaE there's no actual "copy and paste", per se, but you can  //save  and then move your //pos1 to the new target location and then //load the file back
20:03 Thenextlevel thank you
20:03 VanessaE you can also  //copy  (x or y or z) (some number of nodes)   to just directly copy the selection that many nodes over in the X/Y/Z direction
20:04 Thenextlevel thats harder then what it's worth
20:04 VanessaE e.g.   //copy x 10  will copy the selected area to a new location 10 nodes over to the side in the X direction
20:05 Thenextlevel you could do the first thing alot easysir the only reason you would do the second one is if thats all you knew or you were testing your self
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20:06 VanessaE right
20:07 VanessaE and indeed  //save followed by //load is more or less the same as copy&paste, just under a different name and with a permanent "clipboard" :)
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20:21 OldCoder http://minetest.org/lockup.txt
20:22 OldCoder ^ Interesting lockup log. Occurs right after world start. Comments?
20:22 Thenextlevel hey Oldcoder
20:23 Thenextlevel long time no see
20:23 OldCoder Hm? Like 30 seconds
20:23 OldCoder Can anybody comment on the lockup log above? Back in a little while
20:24 Megaf I still got no luck with iptables
20:25 Megaf Internet > [(eth0 - public IP)computer(eth0:1 - 192.168.1.1)] > [(eth0 - 192.168.1.102)minetest server]
20:26 Megaf how do I do that?
20:26 OldCoder What are you attempting?
20:26 OldCoder This is forwarding?
20:26 Megaf yep
20:26 Jordach OldCoder, looks suspiciously like mobile clients not understanding anything at all
20:26 OldCoder Jordach, what do I patch on the server side?
20:26 Megaf I want to forward port 3000 to minetest server
20:26 Jordach OldCoder, you can't
20:26 OldCoder Megaf, don't you need to do something with a router?
20:26 Jordach any new api feature kills mobile clients completely
20:26 Megaf no router
20:27 OldCoder Jordach, I don't care about the mobile clients
20:27 Megaf OldCoder: computer IP is a public IP
20:27 OldCoder Jordach, I just don't want the world to lock up
20:27 Megaf s/is/has
20:27 OldCoder Megaf, reviewing again
20:27 Jordach OldCoder, i don't know
20:27 OldCoder Is there any sign of why the server is locking up?
20:27 OldCoder Death By Mobile sounds risky to all servers
20:27 OldCoder Megaf,  what is the public IP?
20:28 Megaf OldCoder: 178.79.130.6
20:28 OldCoder Should I just refuse to "RESEND timed-out RELIABLE" ?
20:29 OldCoder O.K. now Megaf what does the Internet connect to? A gateway Linux PC?
20:29 Megaf OldCoder: computer have this public IP on its eth0
20:29 OldCoder Yes
20:29 OldCoder So?
20:29 OldCoder Which PC
20:29 Megaf Internet > [(eth0 - public IP)computer(eth0:1 - 192.168.1.1)] > [(eth0 - 192.168.1.102)minetest server]
20:29 OldCoder is Minetest running on?
20:29 OldCoder Hang on
20:29 Megaf ok
20:29 OldCoder Which PC is Minetest running on?
20:30 OldCoder the same one?
20:30 OldCoder If so
20:30 Megaf internet enters on a computer with two nics
20:30 OldCoder 192.168.x.x shouldn't enter into it
20:30 OldCoder Yes
20:30 OldCoder Public and private
20:30 Megaf yep
20:30 OldCoder Do you have an iptables firewall of any type?
20:30 OldCoder No port forwarding should be needed
20:30 Megaf yep, I'd like to do that with iptables
20:31 OldCoder No port forwarding should be needed
20:31 OldCoder At all
20:31 OldCoder IIRC
20:31 OldCoder If you DROP any firewall as a test
20:31 Megaf minetestserver computer connects computer that connects to internet
20:31 OldCoder Shouldn't Minetest just work on the public IP address and any port you wish above 1024?
20:31 OldCoder That is what I needed to know
20:31 OldCoder So Minetest is NOT on the gateway PC?
20:32 Megaf nope
20:32 OldCoder The gateway PC is 192.168.1.1 on the LAN ?
20:32 Megaf Internet > [(eth0 - public IP)Computer Connected to Internet(eth0:1 - 192.168.1.1)] > [(eth0 - 192.168.1.102)Computer Running Minetest]
20:32 Megaf read that
20:32 OldCoder I see that
20:32 OldCoder Double checking my understanding
20:32 OldCoder The gateway PC is 192.168.1.1 on the LAN ?
20:32 Megaf yep
20:32 OldCoder The Minetest PC is 192.168.1.102 on the LAN ?
20:33 Megaf That's right
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20:33 OldCoder Wait briefly
20:33 Megaf Ok, Thanks
20:33 OldCoder echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
20:33 Megaf Ok, i have that one
20:34 OldCoder cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/conf/eth0/forwarding
20:34 OldCoder This shows 1?
20:34 Megaf OldCoder: This part is done, since Im running a webserver on other computer
20:34 OldCoder yes
20:34 OldCoder Show us the iptables rules
20:34 OldCoder you are using
20:34 Megaf and all computers on the ineternal net is working
20:34 OldCoder for forwarding
20:35 Megaf ok
20:35 Megaf it shows 1
20:35 OldCoder http://serverfault.com/questions/14062​2/how-can-i-port-forward-with-iptables
20:35 Megaf Im not using any rule to run that web server, for that Im using haproxy
20:35 OldCoder Are your current rules similar to this
20:35 OldCoder Yes
20:35 OldCoder So you have not set up iptables for this yet?
20:36 OldCoder Try that web page
20:36 OldCoder He has two rules at the top
20:36 Megaf but haproxy only do http, thats why I need iptables, to take care of the udp thing
20:36 Megaf ok
20:36 OldCoder Need to change them to UDP
20:36 OldCoder and tweak otherwise
20:36 OldCoder Two more rules
20:36 OldCoder are listed further down
20:37 OldCoder Working on my version
20:38 OldCoder
20:38 OldCoder -A PREROUTING  -p udp -m udp --dport 30000 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.102:30000
20:38 OldCoder -A FORWARD -m state -p udp -d 192.168.1.102 --dport 30000 --state NEW,ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
20:38 OldCoder -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp -i eth0 --dport 30000 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.102:30000
20:39 OldCoder -A FORWARD -p udp -d 192.168.1.102 --dport 30000 -m state --state NEW,ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
20:39 OldCoder
20:39 OldCoder Megaf, something similar to this?
20:39 Megaf I think so
20:39 OldCoder Try those four, then
20:39 Megaf lots of rules
20:40 OldCoder Just four for this maybe if lucky
20:40 OldCoder http://minetest.org/lockup.txt
20:40 OldCoder If anybody can tell me how to save my world, let me know ^
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20:44 OldCoder Miner_48er reports that this is an old bug with several reports
20:44 OldCoder I'll try to patch it if anybody can provide any tips
20:46 Megaf OldCoder: easiest way to fix minetest is rewriting it from scratch
20:46 Megaf and there is something wrong with the first tule your wrote
20:46 OldCoder I know, but this lockup is now occurring continuously
20:46 OldCoder Could be, let me check it
20:47 Megaf # iptables -A PREROUTING  -p udp -m udp --dport 30000 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.102:30000
20:47 Megaf iptables: No chain/target/match by that name.
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20:47 sandrossv hello
20:48 Megaf OldCoder: you missed -t nat
20:48 OldCoder The 1st rule needs it?
20:48 Megaf it seems so
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20:49 OldCoder iptables -t nat -A PREROUTING -p udp --dport 30000 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.1.102
20:49 OldCoder iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -p udp --dport 30000 -j MASQUERADE
20:49 OldCoder Megaf, how about just those two rules?
20:50 Megaf im trying the first 4 at the moment, let me start the server and see if it works
20:52 Megaf !server Megaf
20:52 MinetestBot Megaf: Megaf Server v4.0 | minetest.megaf.info:30003 | Clients: 5/9, 5/8 | Version: 0.4.10-Megaf / MegafXplore | Ping: 2126ms
20:53 Megaf hm
20:53 Megaf !server Megaf
20:53 MinetestBot Megaf: Megaf Server v4.0 | minetest.megaf.info:30003 | Clients: 5/9, 5/8 | Version: 0.4.10-Megaf / MegafXplore | Ping: 2126ms
20:53 Megaf !up 178.79.130.6
20:53 MinetestBot Megaf: Invalid Port:
20:53 Megaf !up 178.79.130.6 30000
20:53 MinetestBot 178.79.130.6:30000 is up (16ms)
20:53 OldCoder Ha
20:53 OldCoder Works?
20:54 OldCoder last 2 are simpler
20:54 Megaf OldCoder: yep, it works
20:54 OldCoder kk
20:54 Megaf and it may be the fastest mt server so fa
20:55 Megaf far*
20:55 OldCoder kk
20:55 OldCoder VanessaE, away?
20:55 * OldCoder wants to fix locked up world
20:58 Megaf !up Megaf TEST
20:58 MinetestBot Megaf: Invalid Address
20:59 Megaf !server Megaf TEST
20:59 MinetestBot Megaf: No results
20:59 Megaf I wodner why it doesnt show my server
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21:04 Calinou today I learned MCEdit has translations
21:04 Calinou the first warning appeared in French 8)
21:05 Megaf OldCoder: when your that begun happening?
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21:08 OldCoder After a few days. I just patched the RE-SENDING RELIABLE code and the crash seems to have stopped. But packets pile up and memory leak.
21:09 Megaf OldCoder: does it happens without mods?
21:10 OldCoder I'll need to test, yes. But I think it's a known core bug.
21:10 OldCoder Miner_48 has found a number of reports
21:10 OldCoder There is no fix. I think there's an attempt to resend packets in an infinite loop.
21:10 OldCoder I've capped the loop but now packets aren't released and memory leaks.
21:17 OldCoder Will this patch to connection.cpp cause memory leaks?
21:17 OldCoder k->resend_count++;
21:17 OldCoder + if (k->resend_count > 5) break;
21:17 OldCoder ^ Experimental patch
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22:56 Xavi VanessaE: someone on server #minetest needs u
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23:18 hisforever Whats going on
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