Time Nick Message 22:55 huginn` chris_n: The current temperature in Dunn, North Carolina is 14.1�C (5:50 PM EST on February 04, 2012). Conditions: Overcast. Humidity: 59%. Dew Point: 6.0�C. Pressure: 29.71 in 1006.0 hPa (Steady). 22:55 chris_n @wunder 28334 20:41 huginn` cait: The current temperature in Taegerwilen, Taegerwilen, Germany is -11.3�C (9:40 PM CET on February 04, 2012). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 74%. Dew Point: -15.0�C. Windchill: -11.0�C. Pressure: 30.60 in 1036.1 hPa (Steady). 20:41 cait @wunder Konstanz 19:38 huginn` cait: The current temperature in Taegerwilen, Taegerwilen, Germany is -11.2�C (8:34 PM CET on February 04, 2012). Conditions: Clear. Humidity: 72%. Dew Point: -15.0�C. Windchill: -11.0�C. Pressure: 30.60 in 1036.1 hPa (Falling). 19:38 cait @wunder Konstanz 15:55 libsysguy similar to mobile tools 15:55 * libsysguy ponders the idea of a drupal module that switches the theme based on browser 15:52 cait been there, done that, want to stay away 15:52 cait what libsysguy said... 15:50 libsysguy scumbag IE 15:50 libsysguy thats probably the most frustrating part…you get it working in all the "other" browsers then try and fix it in IE, and break all the other browsers 15:50 jcamins No "other" about it. 15:50 jcamins Well, every intelligent browser. 15:49 libsysguy haha 15:49 jcamins Well, I'll fiddle with IE more after I've gotten it looking nice in every other intelligent browser. 15:49 libsysguy c.r.a.p. 15:49 jcamins No luck. 15:48 jcamins Hm. 15:48 libsysguy like a reset... 15:48 libsysguy can you do a background:none; then background:black;? 15:47 libsysguy 0_0 15:47 jcamins Right. 15:47 libsysguy so the background:black comes after the gradient and its still applying 15:47 jcamins No, I'm thinking of adding a gradient because apparently gradients take precedence over non-gradient backgrounds. 15:47 libsysguy oops 15:47 libsysguy oh…I thought thats what you were doing 15:46 jcamins Well, I don't want any gradient at all. 15:46 libsysguy at least we don't have to support 6 anymore 15:46 libsysguy hmm…it was 7 that generally had the gradient issues 15:46 jcamins 8. 15:46 jcamins Maybe I should do a gradient. 15:46 libsysguy what version? 15:45 jcamins And apparently order of loading has no relevance to IE. 15:45 libsysguy ahh 15:45 jcamins There's an ms-linear-gradient in the stylesheet. 15:45 jcamins Here's the problem. 15:45 * libsysguy has battled with IE before 15:45 jcamins background: black; 15:44 libsysguy what does your CSS look like to set it? 15:44 jcamins The background is *black*. 15:44 libsysguy well IE rarely does anything correctly 15:44 jcamins This shouldn't be that hard. 15:44 jcamins It doesn't even do the background properly. 15:44 jcamins Hm. 15:43 libsysguy but I don't think it does them there either 15:42 libsysguy not sure about 9 15:42 libsysguy in 7 or 8 15:42 libsysguy it just doesn't do them 15:42 * jcamins decides to see what it looks like in IE. 15:42 * libsysguy wishes I didn't have to 15:42 * jcamins doesn't, really. 15:42 * jcamins probably should care about IE users. 15:42 * libsysguy comes back from his…*ehem* morning activities 15:41 libsysguy then by all means…ROUND ALL THE CORNERS 15:41 libsysguy unless you don't care about IE users 15:41 libsysguy noooo don't round the corners with CSS 15:37 cait I didn't sneak away! 15:37 cait :) 15:32 * jcamins considers colors. 15:30 chris_n that's generally a good attitude to take toward IE 15:29 * jcamins has decided to not care about IE for right now. 15:28 chris_n yup, I like the "sculpted" look 15:27 jcamins chris_n: are you rounding all the corners now, too? 15:25 jcamins This is tricky. 15:25 jcamins Hm. 15:21 jcamins :) 15:20 chris_n :) 15:20 * chris_n welcoms jcamins to the club 15:17 * jcamins watches cait, libsysguy, and drojf1 sneak away quietly. 15:17 jcamins Bwahahahahaha!!! 15:17 * jcamins rounds ALL THE CORNERS!!! 15:17 * jcamins learns about rounded corners in CSS. 15:12 jcamins Over and over and over. 15:12 jcamins Yup. 15:12 cait logout 15:12 cait heh 15:11 jcamins While testing CSS. 15:10 jcamins I've been refreshing this page: http://192.168.56.57/cgi-bin/koha/opac-main.pl?logout.x=1 15:10 * jcamins finally realizes why he keeps on getting logged out. 14:55 jcamins libsysguy++ 14:55 jcamins Thanks! 14:55 jcamins Sounds like a good idea. :) 14:55 libsysguy maybe I should create it and put it there 14:54 jcamins There should be, though. 14:54 jcamins Not yet. 14:54 libsysguy is there a theme secion in the wiki 14:54 jcamins Thanks. :) 14:54 libsysguy sorry jcamins 14:53 libsysguy will do 14:53 jcamins Please! 14:53 libsysguy would you like me to? 14:53 jcamins Ah. 14:53 libsysguy ohhh no I didn't 14:53 jcamins No, I thought I recalled you posting it on a wiki somewhere. 14:53 libsysguy did I hide it? 14:52 jcamins On catalog.uttyler.edu. 14:52 libsysguy what CSS and jQuery 14:52 jcamins You shouldn't have reminded me. :P 14:52 * jcamins is now thinking about you for two reasons. 14:52 libsysguy well if you were also thinking about your patch I didn't get a chance to finish 14:52 jcamins I was just thinking "where did libsysguy put all the CSS and jQuery he did?" 14:51 libsysguy hehe 14:51 jcamins I was just thinking of you, actually. 14:51 jcamins o/ 14:51 libsysguy o/ 13:11 cait feels a lot colder 13:11 cait so... 2 pieces... and can not be repaired 13:11 jcamins Yup. That's pretty cold. 13:11 cait the old frame broke at the nose 13:11 huginn` cait: The current temperature in Konstanz, Germany is -7.0�C (2:00 PM CET on February 04, 2012). Conditions: Scattered Clouds. Humidity: 34%. Dew Point: -16.0�C. Pressure: 30.56 in 1035 hPa (Falling). 13:11 cait @wunder Konstanz 13:11 cait and it's still freezing 13:11 jcamins :( 13:10 cait had to pick out new glasses today 13:10 cait not such a good morning, but better than last night 13:10 cait hi jcamins :) 13:10 jcamins Good morning, cait. 10:20 chintu please help 10:20 chintu please provide some solution 10:20 chintu hello sir 10:16 chintu The library system given below seem to be meant for commercial library purpose – while Our other client is intending to cater to departmental needs of technical reference from any where any time. This would mean books will be converted to PDF – non saving, non printing at client side. Pl check whether this is similar requirement at MPID as well 10:16 chintu Could you please do let me know answer of below query regarding KOHA ? 10:16 wahanui privet, chintu 10:16 chintu hello 10:14 Pratyush hello 10:14 Pratyush hwllo 10:14 Pratyush The library system given below seem to be meant for commercial library purpose – while Our other client is intending to cater to departmental needs of technical reference from any where any time. This would mean books will be converted to PDF – non saving, non printing at client side. Pl check whether this is similar requirement at MPID as well. 10:14 Pratyush Could you please do let me know answer of below query regarding KOHA ? 10:12 Pratyush please tell me how to attach pdf in koha 10:11 Pratyush please help me 10:11 wahanui hola, Pratyush 10:11 Pratyush hi 06:23 bencahill hullo 06:22 cait hi #koha 03:26 bencahill jcamins: cya 03:26 jcamins Good night, #koha. 03:26 * jcamins calls it a night. 03:17 jcamins That should be plenty. 03:15 bencahill I think the computer we built here is something like that...and it has three hdd's and a graphics card :P 03:13 jcamins I would think. 03:12 bencahill jcamins: I suppuse for something like this, a 400W psu would be plenty, right? 03:08 bencahill my brother in server/db administration mentioned it last year, said they had tripled in price 03:08 bencahill yeah, I think due to flooding in japan this past summer/fall 03:07 jcamins Might be a good idea. 03:07 jcamins Yikes. 03:07 bencahill whoa, hdd prices really have skyrocketed, though...got a couple of tb drives last year for $50-60 each, now cheapest 250GB on newegg is $80 o.0 ...may skip the raid :P 03:05 bencahill actually looking at more like $25 for 4GB ram...and not looking at off-brands, more like crucial,kingston 03:01 bencahill newegg doesn't really have anything in the way of amd dual-core :-/ 03:00 * bencahill sits on his old athlon64 single-core 1.8, purring along happily :) 03:00 bencahill jcamins: and nice :) 03:00 bencahill it seems like the amd cpu's are still cheaper for the same performance... 02:59 jcamins Amazing, isn't it? 02:58 bencahill and yeah, stuff is cheap :P 02:58 bencahill although just looking at parts right now... 02:58 * bencahill has 6 newegg tabs open currently :P 02:57 jcamins newegg? 02:55 bencahill I'll look around and see if I see anything I like 02:55 bencahill ...not that building is a problem, I quite enjoy it...but yeah, if I could get one prebuilt, that would be faster 02:54 bencahill hehe 02:54 * jcamins doesn't even know anymore. 02:54 jcamins Hm. 02:53 bencahill jcamins: what companies do stuff like that (without junk like monitor, video card, etc.)? 02:53 jcamins Right. 02:53 bencahill jcamins: good point, I hadn't thought of that...would save time :-P 02:52 jcamins Heck, you could probably get a prebuilt system in that range that would do what you need. 02:52 jcamins $300-400 seems perfectly reasonable. 02:52 jcamins That's what I'd do. 02:52 jcamins Right. 02:50 bencahill jcamins: yeah, so like a modern athlon or i3 dual-core... 02:50 jcamins Go with a dual-core system, so that MySQL and Apache each have their own core. 02:50 bencahill jcamins: okay...(this is for our church, so right now I need to get a ballpark figure for upgrading...I'm thinking 300-400 USD) 02:49 jcamins bencahill: right, I'd probably just save the money. 02:49 bencahill jcamins: right, but neither would cores if your application is not multithreaded :-/ 02:48 jcamins I think as ballpark estimates, cpubenchmark.net probably offers value. 02:48 jcamins I mean, it does, but I think you need really big changes for it to make a difference. 02:48 jcamins I don't think clock/bus/cache makes that much of a difference, really. 02:48 bencahill jcamins: do you trust those generally? I like that as well for having a nice spreadsheet :P 02:47 jcamins Well, according to cpubenchmark.net, the P4 has a score of 304, and the Athlon a score of 1344. 02:46 bencahill jcamins: oh, so if I was going for more speed on single-user loads, I'd want to get higher clock/bus/cache than cores? 02:45 bencahill jcamins: how much faster do you think an athlon64 x2 5000+ (dual-core 2.8) would be than a p4 2.5? 02:45 jcamins (though I suppose MySQL could use one core and Apache the other) 02:45 jcamins If you only have one request, there's nothing particularly multithreaded. 02:45 jcamins Since it's CGI, if you have multiple requests at once, they'll run on different cores. 02:45 jcamins Well, kind of. 02:45 jcamins I easily run much heavier systems on a VM on my Intel Core 2 Duo laptop. 02:44 jcamins Just a modern one. 02:44 jcamins I don't think it even needs to be a *fast* CPU. 02:44 jcamins Heh. 02:43 bencahill I'm assuming koha can utilize multi-core processors well? 02:42 bencahill jcamins: right, so a small raid1, and 4GB of ram, and then spend the rest on a fast cpu? 02:42 bencahill right now backup sql.gz's are 6.2M 02:42 jcamins Yeah, that's what I was going to say. You can get 4GB for $50 or something like that. It's a small investment for a great deal of room for expansion. 02:41 bencahill jcamins: considering ram is pretty cheap though... 02:41 bencahill jcamins: yeah, that's kinda what I thought :P 02:41 jcamins Mind you, 4GB would be a heck of a lot better. 02:41 jcamins Oh, 1GB would actually be enough for that. 02:40 bencahill ~2k biblios and items 02:40 bencahill jcamins: as time goes on, more people may use the OPAC, but I doubt it would be any more than 2 or 3 at a time 02:40 jcamins How many records? 02:40 bencahill jcamins: only one person at a time in the library, checking in and out books 02:40 jcamins Depends on the size of your library. 02:40 jcamins And anticipate. 02:40 bencahill jcamins: would 4GB of RAM be plenty, or might I want more? 02:39 jcamins What sort of load do you have? 02:39 jcamins A modern CPU should fix that. 02:39 bencahill jcamins_away: yeah, right now pageloads are on the order of 4-8 seconds, mostly 100% cpu 02:39 jcamins_away bencahill: I would think so. 02:38 jcamins_away Usually it's RAM, but P4 2.5 is kinda old. 02:38 bencahill jcamins_away: so I could probably just get a pair of 250GB 7200RPM drives and put them in a raid1, and that would be plenty for my disk needs? 02:38 bencahill jcamins_away: my thoughts as well... 02:38 jcamins_away bencahill: faster HDD + RAID would be a good idea, but chances are your bottleneck is CPU and RAM. 02:37 jcamins_away bencahill: CPU and RAM. 02:37 bencahill hey guys...currently my server is a p4 2.5 with 1GB ram and a 40GB ide drive, running koha with ~2k biblios/items. What should I be looking for upgrading..mainly a fast cpu, or fast hdd (or ssd) raid..etc?