kahrytanis the GTF tool trust worthy enough to create modelines?00:06
bdmurraykahrytan: hello00:51
kahrytanIm still working on my bug00:52
bdmurraywhat is it about?00:52
kahrytanbug 22383500:52
kahrytanoops wrong one00:52
kahrytanI read I should check xorg log. nv driver output allot of tests and possible modelines.00:54
bdmurrayI was just gonna say something about ddcprobe output being useful too00:57
bdmurraykahrytan: are you using a 32 bit or a 64 bit kernel?00:59
bdmurraycould you add the full output of 'ddcprobe' as an attachment to your bug too?01:00
kahrytanlol nvidia doesnt spit out any modelines in log. uses autoselect01:00
kahrytanbdmurray,  I bet nv's report would be useful01:00
kahrytanddcprobe not installed01:01
kahrytanbdmurray,  hows this http://pastebin.org/3291801:03
bdmurrayI think it has the same relevant bits01:04
kahrytanit generated modelines01:04
snadgewhat is the name of the package that controls the time settings? i have an issue with dual booting windows xp and hardy.. they're both set to automatic time sync, and my clock is way out when i reboot from windows back into hardy01:05
snadgeim just trying to see if its already been reported01:05
kahrytanbdmurray,  does it matter i had nvidia turn on at probe?01:06
snadgei condider it a "bug" that ubuntu isnt automatically updating the time like i told it to.. and there must be some kind of localtime/utc issue (Which i have no idea how to configure)01:07
kahrytanbdmurray,  the nv gives more information like dot clock01:09
bdmurraykahrytan: I don't think it matters.01:10
kahrytanwouldnt nv log be better, given it did tests, output more information, and gave modelines for x to use?01:11
bdmurrayIt'd be best to add both, or almost everything you can then.01:13
kahrytanI uses gtf to make modelines too01:13
albert23snadge: You may want to read this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuTime?action=show&redirect=ChangeTimezoneHowto#head-31a2e864837bce9761bc0520026f78970d18afde01:14
snadgehmm.. why didnt someone tell me to edit /etc/default/rcS and change UTC=yes to no ;)01:14
snadgei will check that01:14
albert23snadge: that page tells you to change the UTC setting :-)01:15
snadgethis one is difficult, the general consensus is that its a bug in windows.. it is fixable on windows, but the fix apparently doesn't work properly (100%) ;)01:16
kahrytanbdmurray,  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/220952 i added both.01:24
kahrytanbdmurray,  X needs to detect the monitor better.01:25
kahrytanbdmurray,  thats why i added displayconfig-gtk. If someone has a problem as well, they can just select their monitor and it'll config xorg correctly . Right now, there is no template for the monitor.01:26
kahrytanbdmurray, i found Gentoo  wiki very helpful in this bug01:28
kahrytanbdmurray, http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Widescreen_Resolutions_%28WSXGA%2901:29
kahrytanbdmurray,  How am i doing?01:32
bdmurrayI think the information you've provided will help out the developers01:33
kahrytanThe more information, faster the fix01:34
kahrytanBut how accurate does ddcprobe or nv report things?01:36
bdmurrayAs I understand it, ddcprobe gets the values right from the monitor01:37
bdmurrayHowever, not all monitors advertise their values right01:37
kahrytanI considered emailing viewsonic01:38
kahrytanI does report model and serial# right01:39
kahrytanddcprobe did error on part01:41
kahrytantiming: 1024x768@87 Hz Interlaced (8514A)01:41
kahrytanMonitor doesnt do interlaced.01:41
kahrytanits in the specs.01:41
kahrytantime for a break from this.01:46
ffmCan I mark a bug that I cannot reproduce as incomplete until the user responds with more info?02:01
greg-gffm: if you ask for more triaging info, yes02:04
greg-gand subscribe yourself to the bug02:04
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thekornbug 17250707:21
thekornhmm, ENOBOT :(07:22
secretlondonthekorn: I'm getting error 104 when trying to use the 5-a-day applet07:56
thekornsecretlondon, hmm, that's an bzr error, can you please give me your /tmp/5-a-day-applet.txt07:59
secretlondonthekorn: URLError: <urlopen error (-5, 'No address associated with hostname')>08:00
secretlondonCommitting Bug #217489 ...08:00
secretlondonCommitting Bug #94009 ...08:00
secretlondon... Finished with ErrCode 10408:00
secretlondonthere was a python traceback before08:00
thekorncan you please paste me this traceback08:00
secretlondonthekorn: http://paste.ubuntu.com/8846/plain/08:02
thekornthank you08:02
secretlondonI've not been able to submit a bug to 5-a-day for about a month. I removed the applet and installed the current version 'fresh' as a result of the tag bug I submitted08:02
thekorn:( I was able to reproduce this 'tag' bug08:05
secretlondonthekorn: I saw, and that was why I removed my 5-a-day applet and then reinstalled08:06
thekornok, your issue is unrelated to the traceback, I've a similar one, launchpad might have some connectivity problems this morning08:08
secretlondonit's been like this for a while08:09
secretlondonnot just today08:09
thekornthe prbelem is we are loosing the information of the bzr-error somewhere so it's not easy to track this donw08:09
secretlondonI suspect this might be my internet provider blocking something :(08:10
thekornjames_w, hi, is there a list of all error-codes of 'bzr' available somewhere?08:18
thekornsecretlondon, there might be better debug information for your 104 error when the fix in bug 224568 is released08:37
secretlondonthekorn thanks08:42
secretlondonthe motu have a bug bot called ubottu08:47
thekornI see, this bot is also in several other #ubuntu-* channels but not here08:51
secretlondonnor in -announce08:52
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nico_anyone here ?09:26
nico_i just wanted to talk about a bug that's not really severe but probably confusing to newbies09:27
nico_it has been reported many times in different forms on the launchpad so i'm not sure it's useful to file it anew09:28
nico_i don't understand why it is not corrected yet since it has been reported at least since 2005 and it doesn't seem really complicated09:29
AstralJavanico_: Do you have bug numbers for these? No idea without looking at them first.09:29
nico_yes, i describe i first in a general way and then i send 3 or 4 urls that seem related to the same bug09:30
nico_it is related to the keyboard layout configuration09:30
nico_if one want to change it from the gnome control center, it works once but after rebooting the keyboard comes back to the initial configuration09:31
jaredbuckhi all.09:31
nico_although the gnome control center still show the one chosen09:31
nico_to get the right keyboard, i had to check this file : /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/fr ( i guess other versions exist like /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/ca or /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/en or /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/ru etc.)09:32
nico_and find there which layout i want (just check the comments and the name after the keyword xkb_symbols)09:33
nico_and then report the name of the desired keyboard in xorg.conf just next to Option"XkbVariant" in the keyboard section09:33
nico_then save xorg.conf and reboot and i get the right keyboard layout09:34
nico_i don't understand why the gnome control center doesn't manage it itself09:34
nico_so, here some urls :09:34
jaredbuckthat sounds odd that it didn't manage it like it should.09:35
jaredbucki guess this bug is fixed isn't it?09:37
nico_well not in hardy09:38
nico_i mean, i installed hardy and have the problem as well as many others in forums09:38
nico_looks also a bit like it : https://bugs.launchpad.net/gnome-control-center/+bug/10311109:38
nico_https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/46046 (see last comments)09:39
jaredbuckyeah, i see the comments.  i don't think everyone's going to want to change their xorg.config file to fix the problem. but that's just me.09:40
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jaredbuckall of those links report similar problems.09:42
seb128nico_: what is your issues exactly?09:42
jaredbuckcheck those links he mentions.  keyboard layout issues, it seems ubuntu keeps switching back to a default layout after a reboot instead of remembering what was selected as the current layout before the reboot.09:43
nico_@seb128 : here's the whole description if one want to change it from the gnome control center, it works once but after rebooting the keyboard comes back to the initial configuration09:44
nico_although the gnome control center still show the one chosen09:44
nico_to get the right keyboard, i had to check this file : /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/fr ( i guess other versions exist like /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/ca or /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/en or /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/ru etc.)09:44
nico_and find there which layout i want (just check the comments and the name after the keyword xkb_symbols)09:44
nico_and then report the name of the desired keyboard in xorg.conf just next to Option  "XkbVariant" in the keyboard section09:44
nico_then save xorg.conf and reboot and i get the right keyboard layout09:44
nico_i don't understand why the gnome control center doesn't manage it itself09:44
nico_so i don't think it's a good idea to file a new bug report...09:46
nico_i hope this can be fixed, especially for newcomers09:46
jaredbuckme too.  it would be annoying.09:47
seb128I've done a lot of hardy test installations09:47
seb128and all got azerty correctly configured as selected in the installer09:47
seb128and using the gnome capplet to change the layout works correctly09:47
seb128it just doesn't apply to your user09:47
seb128so not to the login screen09:47
nico_well the keyboard configuration was the one chosen during the installation09:48
nico_then i noticed i made a mistake and wanted another keyboard layout (without re installing)09:48
nico_then the problem showed up09:48
nico_i didn't try in the login screen09:49
seb128what problem?09:49
seb128there is "in the login screen"09:49
seb128go to system, preferences, keyboard09:49
seb128layout tab09:49
seb128add one09:49
seb128remove the one you had before09:49
seb128and you have the new layout09:49
nico_yes : that doesn't work09:49
nico_it just works once09:49
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nico_when i did that, the next time i rebooted it switched again to the initial keyboard layout09:50
seb128did you configure several layout?09:50
seb128or only one?09:51
nico_only one09:51
seb128was the right layout still listed in the gui after the reboot?09:51
nico_yes, the layout tab from gnome-control-center is still right09:51
seb128gconftool-2 -R /desktop/gnome/peripherals/keyboard/kbd?09:52
seb128gconftool-2 -g /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active?09:53
jaredbuckit's the middle of the night here lol.10:00
nico__my nickname has been changed from nico_ to nico__ !10:12
nico__problem looking similar https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/console-setup/+bug/1915910:12
seb128<seb128> gconftool-2 -R /desktop/gnome/peripherals/keyboard/kbd?10:14
seb128 gconftool-2 -g /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active?10:14
seb128nico__: do you use GNOME?10:14
nico__didn't you get my answers for these two commands ?10:15
nico__so here they are again :10:15
nico__gconftool-2 -R /desktop/gnome/peripherals/keyboard/kbd now gives :  layouts = [fr latin9]10:15
nico__<nico_>  model =10:15
nico__<nico_>  options = [lv3 lv3:ralt_switch,grp grp:alts_toggle]10:15
nico__<nico_>  overrideSettings = true10:15
nico__<nico_> which is right since i configured it myself so in xorg.conf10:15
nico__<nico_> the second command gives :10:15
nico__<nico_> Aucune valeur définie pour « /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active »10:15
nico__<nico_> which means no defined value for « /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active »10:15
seb128all that is not good10:16
nico__i also added these things, if that can help :10:16
nico__<nico_> the xorg.conf keyboard section was Section "InputDevice"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Identifier "Generic Keyboard"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Driver  "kbd"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbRules" "xorg"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbModel" "pc105"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbLayout" "fr"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbVariant" "oss"10:16
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbOptions" "lv3:ralt_switch"10:16
nico__<nico_> EndSection10:16
nico__<nico_>  and never changed when using the gui10:16
nico__<nico_> i changed it to Section "InputDevice"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Identifier "Generic Keyboard"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Driver  "kbd"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbRules" "xorg"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbModel" "pc105"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbLayout" "fr"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbVariant" "latin9"10:17
nico__<nico_>  Option  "XkbOptions" "lv3:ralt_switch"10:17
nico__<nico_> EndSection10:17
nico__<nico_> and it works10:17
nico__<nico_> i had to find the name of the right XkbVariant in  /etc/X11/xkb/symbols/fr10:17
nico__<nico_> the result of "gconftool-2 -g /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active" ( no defined value for « /apps/gnome-settings-daemon/plugins/keyboard/active ») looks weird, like something is not configured10:17
seb128they renamed it10:17
seb128it's /apps/gnome_settings_daemon/plugins/keyboard/active now10:18
nico__ok, so i try again10:18
nico__it returns true10:19
seb128ok, so I've no idea what the issue is10:19
seb128you get no gnome-settings-daemon error on login?10:20
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seb128you might want to log into a non gnome session, run gnome-settings-daemon --debug --no-daemon and read if the keyboard plugin is correctly loaded10:20
nico__i must add that i run gnome-settings-daemon from e17 and gnome-control-center as well...10:20
nico__could that be related to e17 ???10:21
seb128yes, it could10:21
seb128e17 could have it's own config and apply it after GNOME10:21
nico__then i try to log in with gnome and i check if the same bug shows up in gnome10:21
seb128good idea10:21
nico__i reconnect soon10:21
seb128change your xorg to a wrong value10:22
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nico_well that's done10:33
nico_you're right10:33
nico_i made the change in the gnome control center from gnome and it lasted10:33
nico_i also checked the login screen but its layout remains the wrong one (which has not so much importance)10:34
nico_seb128 : are you still here ?10:34
nico_seb128 : are you seb128_ ?10:35
nico_i repost my answers :10:35
nico_<nico_> well that's done10:35
nico_<nico_> you're right10:35
nico_<nico_> i made the change in the gnome control center from gnome and it lasted10:35
nico_<nico_> i also checked the login screen but its layout remains the wrong one (which has not so much importance)10:35
seb128_ok, that's the expected behaviour10:36
seb128_as said the GNOME setting is an user one10:36
seb128_so it'll not change the system banner10:36
james_wthekorn: not really, IIRC 3 is user error and 4 is internal error, does 104 correspond to 4?10:36
nico_seb128_ : alright, that's why the xorg.conf has still the same value ?10:36
nico_and it still works in e17, that's great10:37
nico_so i should remember to change my settings in gnome instead from e17 (though it worked well for the printer)10:37
nico_thanks !10:37
ograwell, there are no e17 ubuntu packages ...10:43
ograwho knows what quality the ones are you use10:44
nico_i installed e17 from the repos10:46
nico_it's not e17 anymore sorry, it's enlightenment10:46
nico_well when i change the xorg.conf value, it fixes the login screen bug10:50
nico_as i wanted to use latin9 instead of oss keyboard layout, i guess it's no problem to change this xorg.conf value10:50
seb128_nico_: right, it's no issue10:53
seb128_nico_: the GNOME tool is there to configure a specific layout for your user10:53
nico_thx :)10:53
nico_if i chose the right value at install, then xorg.conf would also have it ?10:54
narcannico_: why don't you use dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg ?10:55
nico_oh yeah, that's an idea :o)10:55
narcannico_: are on 8.04 ?10:56
narcanare your*10:56
narcanthe new xorg only configure mouse and keyboard with dpkg-reconfigure10:56
narcanso, no probleme with display :)10:57
nico_yep :o)10:57
narcanand its not a bug ^^10:58
nico_well i did that and it just changed the XkbVariant value as i wanted to10:59
nico_looks really like editing the xorg.conf11:00
nico_i have to register before writing private msgs11:11
nico_and it doesn't work11:12
thekornjames_w, oh, sorry 104 is related to 5-a-day, I found 'bzr' error codes around 768 some time ago11:16
james_wthekorn: hi. is there some translation between what you see from $? and the return code seen in python? Or are they the same?11:17
thekorn5-a-day is running bzr as a subprocess, so I think they should be the same11:19
james_wthekorn: I'm not sure then, sorry.11:22
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jussio1bug 111:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1 in ubuntu "Microsoft has a majority market share" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/111:55
jussio1persia: ^11:55
persiajussio1: Thanks :)11:55
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narcan_who use gedit ?12:56
narcan_have you got gedit who open on all desktop ?12:56
erisdiskordiaHi, over there! My ubuntu-alternate install seems to hang reproducibly when trying to set up a crypted partition...13:08
erisdiskordiaAnybody know of similar problems (I was unable to find a similar bug in the launchpad database)?13:10
james_werisdiskordia: you're not installing in kvm are you?13:11
erisdiskordiain what? I'm trying to install inside a virtualbox on mac os13:11
james_wthat's ok, the only bug I have heard about like this was specific to kvm, which is similar to virtualbox13:12
ograerisdiskordia, are you sure it hangs ? when i did my test install of it it took quite a while to zero out the partition before formatting13:13
ograit seems slightly unresponsive doing that13:13
ogras/doing/while doing/13:13
erisdiskordiano after that's finished it tries to start the partition manager and hangs at 47% for ever(?)13:14
erisdiskordiai let it run ca. 4 hours - no result13:14
erisdiskordiacpu usage was zero all the time13:15
ograget /var/log/syslog from that instal and file a bug13:15
erisdiskordiahow should I do this? It hanged, after all...13:15
ogra(with the syslog attached indeed)13:15
ograyou cant switch to tty2 ?13:16
erisdiskordiabut I have the whole machine state (hdd, mem, cpu) as files13:17
erisdiskordiaif you can tell me where I have to look I can fatch it perhaps13:17
erisdiskordiaall state+hdd files together are about 150M, I shouldn't attach the whole thing...13:20
ograwell, the only intresting thing is the syslog file13:22
ograwhich very likely holds the error message13:22
ograwhat you can do is start over and switch to tty4 while the system still responds13:22
ograthe log is running there so you can propbably see the message while the error happens13:23
* iulian looks around13:30
iulianWhere is ubotu?13:30
james_wit's on holiday13:31
iulianbug #113:31
james_wwe have ubottu helping us out at the moment.13:31
iulianOhh, I see his brother here.13:31
ubottuiulian: Error: Could not parse data returned by Launchpad: The read operation timed out13:31
james_wbug #113:32
iulianHmm, broken?13:32
ubottujames_w: Error: Could not parse data returned by Launchpad: The read operation timed out13:32
ograLP is slow13:32
james_wit was working earlier13:32
ogramatter of luck i guess13:32
ograit even takes ages to open a bug page atm13:32
shashi I am using Ubuntu 8.04 64-bit version, if i install any 32-bit applications like browsers, datbase clients ...etc. The 32-bit based applications not able to reach /etc/resolv.conf file to communicate to the network. Any one tell me how to resolve this issue ?13:42
qenseAgainst which package should you report your bug when there are fewer resolutions detected than your monitor can handle13:47
qenseThe monitor I'm currently using can handle greater than 1024x76813:47
qensebut that is the resolution that's used now13:48
qenseah, it's already reported13:49
erisdiskordia(ogra, james_w:) switching the console seemed not to work; i'll retry ;; the memory dump contains interesting stuff, tho: 'Cool computer, but...' or 'OMFG!!' ... lol!13:54
james_42can someone help me with some advice on Bug #155061?14:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 155061 in slocate "slocate typo: "serach_db"" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/15506114:01
james_42it's a simple to fix bug, but I'm not sure what I need to do to test it. The typo is in a test case for if something goes wrong.14:02
james_wjames_42: hi. What would you like to know?14:02
james_wwhat do you mean by test it?14:02
james_42test that my change to the code is working.14:03
james_42if it's just a typo, in an error message do I really need to test it?14:03
james_wI think that would be pretty hard to test, I'd just assume that it works.14:03
james_42ya, that's what I was thinking too14:05
james_wso you have prepared a patch?14:05
james_42I've looked at the diff file that I've created, and it shows the spelling correction14:05
james_42nearly finished everything I think14:05
james_42it's a bitesized bug, but it's my first  :-)14:06
james_42if the software program doesn't use a patching system, I just upload the diff file to comments for the bug right?14:09
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james_wjames_42: that would be a start14:16
Kirrusis ubotu having a bad day or something? Its not doing anything on -announce...14:41
james_wKirrus: yup, it's on holiday14:41
jpatrickKirrus: ubotu has gone14:41
PiciKirrus: We're having issues with bots currently due to a bit of a situation14:41
Kirrus'a bit of a suituation' sounds ominous... oh well, I guess back to the old-fassioned way of finding things to triage... thanks :)14:42
PiciIt is :/14:43
persiaubottu has slightly different syntax.14:44
ubottupersia: Error: "has" is not a valid command.14:44
persiabug 614:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 6 in rosetta ""next 10 entries" at bottom of page" [Medium,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/614:44
persiabug #614:44
persiaErr.  bug #114:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1 in ubuntu "Microsoft has a majority market share" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/114:45
persiaErr.  Nevermind.  I thought it did.  No idea why it didn't respond before.14:45
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james_wis bug 219613 on the right package, or should it be gdm?16:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 219613 in language-support-translations-ru "GDM timed login displays "Linux" instead of the user name for russian language" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/21961316:54
seb128james_w: translations issues are usually assigned to language-pack-gnome-locale17:01
seb128james_w: so translators know about those, they can fix on rosetta and often they are in contact with upstream teams too17:02
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e\spe\nquestion about headsett and sound! My headsett works perfekt in windows so its noting wrong with it BUT in 7.10 and hardy i cant use the microphone on the headsett but the mic on the screen actually works! I wonder i anyone know what to do ??17:37
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bddebianHello secretlondon18:42
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lagais there any way to make my see this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mythtv/+bug/221176 i'm one of the mythtv maintainers in ubuntu and i'd like to triage it.18:55
ubottulaga: Error: This bug is private18:55
hwildeanybody have a clue on error message " System error: Success"  ?  as you can imagine it's impossible to google anything relevant on success18:55
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james_whwilde: where does the error message come from?18:59
bdmurraylaga: I'm not able to see it either19:06
lagabdmurray: and do you think you should be able to see it? #launchpad told me to ask here ;)19:07
bdmurraylaga: let me check something19:07
bdmurraylaga: it is an apport-crash report and the retracer is turned off so only apport and the reporter can view it19:08
lagabdmurray: okay, i'll go beat the reporter with a stick then. i still don't get why only the reporter and apport can see it, though19:09
hwildejames_w, when I start up my software it reads in some files, and for each one it says that (5k times)  then it finishes and runs normally19:09
bdmurraylaga: I'll look into that19:10
james_whwilde: this is something you wrote?19:11
hwildejames_w, yeah it works on all previous ubuntus, and it semi-works on 8.04, but it prints like five thousand errors19:14
hwildejames_w, it happens when it's reading in the map files  http://pastebin.com/m26fab78b19:14
hwildejames_w, ibinstream: Double read from 0x8145230/0x8145260 failed: 419:14
james_whwilde: it sounds like you (or a library you are using) are calling perror() on success, i.e. 019:15
james_wouch, looks nasty19:15
james_wwhat language is this, how are you reading the files? Through a library?19:16
hwildeit's either tcl or c++ let me see which module loads the files19:19
hwildejames_w, c++19:20
hwildejames_w, the scary part is I found a comment from may 2001  "The read into a stream appears to fail - have the ibinstream write and its this pointer becomes NULL after calling rdbuf()."19:23
hwildebut generically, why would anything ever say  "System error: Success"  ?19:25
lagabdmurray: can i tell the reporter to set it to public or are you still looking into it?19:29
bdmurraylaga: I was looking into the problem in general so you could do that19:32
lagabdmurray: thanks!19:32
james_whwilde: one way would be calling perror() on success, i.e. 019:39
james_wsecretlondon: hi. Did you do anything about bug 214929?19:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 214929 in soundtouch "soundtouch has problems with its .pc file" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/21492919:48
secretlondonjames_w I tried to ask in -motu this morning but no-one replied19:48
james_wsecretlondon: I saw, and by the time I was going to reply you were gone, so I wondered if anything had happened since.19:49
secretlondonjames_w debian have a similar bug, I know nothing about lib packaging to know19:49
secretlondonnothing happened since19:49
james_wah, can you point me to Debian's bug please?19:50
james_wactually, it's ok, I should be able to find it19:50
secretlondonjames_w there is also another soundtouch bug, and the linked bug with audacity19:51
lesshaste Hi, Can I ask about how to assign a bug to kernel? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/224561 has a note saying that but I don't know how to actually do it19:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 224561 in linux "DVD drive errors in hardy" [Undecided,New]19:52
james_wsecretlondon: got it all, thanks.19:53
secretlondonjames_w I only have gprs internet but looking19:53
bdmurraylesshaste: it already is assigned to the kernel package for Hardy19:54
james_wsecretlondon: the symlink would work for now I guess until we get a proper fix in Debian. I don't want to guess what they will do, but hopefully they will follow upstream, so it will all just start working with your configure changes.19:54
secretlondonjames_w http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=47669919:54
ubottuDebian bug 476699 in libsoundtouch1-dev "libsoundtouch1-dev: pkg-config name mismatch (soundtouch-1.0.pc request)" [Important,Open]19:54
secretlondonjames_w audacity won't compile with my configure changes19:54
lesshastebddebian: oh.. sorry I must have missed it. Thanks19:54
secretlondonso not changed as yet19:54
secretlondondebian really wants to have the later library, with upstream's pc file19:54
bdmurraylesshaste: maybe the commenter meant they are changing it to the kernel19:55
lesshasteOK.while I am at it.  I can't start Xgl at all in 2.6.24.. reported at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=77547519:55
lesshasteShould I make a new bug for that too?19:55
secretlondonbut then some other packages also depend on the library, and they may been looking under the other name19:55
james_wsecretlondon: thanks for your work on it. I'm subscribing the the lp bugs, if you get any reaction from Debian, or indeed no reaction the please don't hesitate to ping me and we'll get a solution.#19:55
lesshastebddebian: apart from no X, no networking and DVD drive errors flooding the screen, 2.6.24 works great :)19:56
secretlondonI posted my findings to the debian bug this morning, people there were still thinking it was just a matter of build deps19:56
dudushello if a bug is already fixed in new version should I set it as invalid or Fix Released?19:56
dudusAlso whats the difference between fix released and fix commited?19:56
james_wlesshaste: you probably want to open a bug against the driver for the Xgl problem19:57
bdmurraydudus: you can learn about bug statuses at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Status19:57
lesshastejames_w: ok.. as it is fglrx is that worth doing or does that come in the "unsupported" category?19:57
james_wlesshaste: fglrx + Xgl is not something many people are interested in, correct. I think that it's worth doing though.19:58
lesshastejames_w: ok thanks19:58
dudusbdmurray: that's what I needed thanks19:59
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lesshastejames_w: ok reported https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xgl/+bug/22487820:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 224878 in xserver-xgl "Xgl + fglrx will not start in 2.6.24 (Hardy)" [Undecided,New]20:04
lesshastebddebian: sorry to be dumb but the "assigned to" section is blank on that bug page. Where do you see that it is assigned to the hardy kernel team?20:07
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james_wlesshaste: the note says it should be assigned to the kernel, as in it should be marked as a problem in the kernel package i.e. "linux"20:11
james_wwhether or not it is assigned to the kernel team, i.e. someone from the kernel team will work on it is a different matter.20:12
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ScuniziI've just upgraded from GG to HH and now my keyboard's numeric keypad (desktop) only functions as a "mouse cursor mover".  However it does function at the login prompt and at terminal ONLY when accessing it via ctrl+alt+f2.  Under what package should I report this.. (usb keyboard microsoft comfort curve 2000)21:11
seb128there is already a bug about that21:11
Scuniziseb128: ah.. ok.. have you got a referance number?21:11
seb128bug #19758921:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 197589 in xserver-xorg-input-keyboard "Numeric keypad no longer works after upgrade" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19758921:12
Scunizithank you.. I'll search for Wacom bugs as well.. my functional wacom tablet stopped functioning as well.21:13
seb128you are welcome, I don't know about the wacom issue21:13
seb128the keypad bug is weird, it doesn't happen on every upgrade and the default setting for the option is false so it should be alright, not sure what is triggering the change21:14
bdmurrayseb128: I saw a couple of those yesterday too I could try and find them and dup them if you think it would help21:16
affluxthat hit me too but I was completly unsure where to research on that. I found out the box in the gnome-keyboard-properties was checked21:16
affluxbut that was some time ago21:16
seb128bdmurray: feel free to dup those, I doubt it'll be useful though21:16
seb128would be interesting to know the gconf value before update but I doubt anybody noted that21:17
affluxI dropped my old backups some days ago, so I can't check21:19
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amirman84hii, i'm dualbooting hardy heron and xp on a dell inspiron e1505 laptop and when i hibernate via the menu i get this weird error: (3  numbers, i didn't get to write them down) .568823 fglrx KCL_Enable_pat *ERROR* Pat entry 2 is already configured22:37
amirman84any ideas?22:37
secretlondonfglrx is your graphics driver22:44
keesogasawara: can you investigate 190329?  I'm not really sure what's happening there.22:53
ogasawarakees: sure22:54
keesogasawara: thx22:54
ogasawarakees: what was the spazy comment bug you pointed to me yesterday?  I remember starting to look at that but then got distracted22:55
ogasawarakees: ah nm, found it in the logs22:56
keesogasawara: no, that's a different one  :P23:07

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