I'll be making changes to mount management that should make the shell server more secure, reliable, and rapid.
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scott_xdg 1048576 0 1048576 0% /run/user /run/user]_(scott@sh)_ $ find . -ls 42438105 0 drwxr-xr-x 3 root root 60 Sep 26 14:19 . 42437367 0 drwx------ 2 scott user 40 Sep 26 14:19 ./504
Thank you for posting the work around. I got the latest release of ircII and built it to use UTF-8.apl wrote:Try adding to your .ircrc
SET DISPLAY_ENCODING UTF-8
SET IRC_ENCODING UTF-8
SET INPUT_ENCODING UTF-8
This still gives the error messages on startup, but seems to not crash afterwards.
A better solution would be for someone at sonic to either update the irc program, or to figure out why the iconv util doesn't seem to know about ISO-8859-1 anymore (which seems like it could cause problems for other programs as well).
Nightop complete. If you can't log in, email email@example.com -- I'll be watching it for a couple of hours and make sure people are getting in.scott wrote:About to reboot in about an hour.
Nightops maintenance of the shell server -- changing directory hashes for home directories. So for my specific example, instead of my home directory being /home/s/scott, it will be /home/12/22/scott, where the "12" and the "22" come from a special hash function.