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ubottuLaunchpad bug 45167 in linux-source-2.6.15 "snd_hda: Default mixer channel is PCM instead of Front" [Wishlist,Confirmed]01:20
AwsoonnI am waiting on info, should I set all 3 packages to 'incomplete'?01:21
RAOFProbably, yes.  On the other hand, I'm pretty sure those bugs _don't_ apply to Hardy - note comment 6: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/45167/comments/601:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 45167 in linux-source-2.6.15 "snd_hda: Default mixer channel is PCM instead of Front" [Wishlist,Confirmed]01:24
Awsoonnindeed, but I just want to confirm. in the case it is fixed, should all three be invalidated?01:26
Awsoonnwith the 'linux' package set to 'Fix Released'?01:27
RAOFWell, maybe.  I'm not totally sure, honestly.01:27
RAOFlinux -> "Fix released" is most obviously correct.01:27
RAOFBut the problems still exist in the other packages; it's just that Hardy (or Gutsy, or Feisty) no longer have those packages.01:28
AwsoonnI doubt it would be backported that far afterall.01:28
RAOFEdgy's out of support, anyway.01:30
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josephpicheI'm not sure if this would be better asked in #ubuntu or here, but just ran into bug 63418 on a fresh 8.04.1 install03:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 63418 in linux-source-2.6.20 "CPU soft lockup during boot if ipw3945 kill switch is on" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/6341803:44
josephpicheeven though this bug is marked as fixed03:44
LaserJockjosephpiche: if you really did have the same bug I'd leave a comment on that bug report03:45
LaserJockit's pretty important to know if we think we've fixed a bug but really didn't get it all03:45
josephpicheshould i also link it to the kernel in hardy?03:45
josephpichesorry, mark it as affecting 2.6.2403:46
LaserJockoh hmm03:47
LaserJockjosephpiche: I guess I wouldn't yet, but put it in your comment03:48
LaserJockI don't know a lot about how the kernel team does triage03:49
josephpicheokay, thanks03:49
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broonieIs there no facility for wishlist bugs in LP?09:59
RAOFYes.  Marking a bug as 'wishlist'.  I think that requires special super-powers, though.10:00
IulianYes, you have to be a member of the Ubuntu Bug Control team.10:00
broonieYes, the priority stuff does.10:01
broonieIn that case could someone reopen https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/246322 and mark it as wishlist?10:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 246322 in nis "nis package must provide DHCP client scripts" [Undecided,Invalid]10:01
* Iulian is looking10:01
broonieIt got closed in triage due to being a wishlist request but it's a perfectly sensible (good, even) idea.10:01
Iulianbroonie: Done.10:03
Iulianbroonie: You don't need any super-powers to change the Status of a bug.10:04
broonieIulian: Thanks.10:04
broonieIulian: I wanted to check that this wasn't the Ubuntu policy on how to deal with wishlists before doing that.10:04
broonieSince I'm not a bugsquad member I can't view the available severities.10:04
bliZZardzw.r.t bug 144492 , does this solicit a backport?10:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 144492 in libmx4j-java "autopkgtest gutsy libmx4j-java: erroneous package!" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/14449210:05
Iulianbroonie: Oh sure, but keep in mind that everyone can change the status of a bug. You don't have to be a member of the bugsquad to do that.10:07
Iulianbroonie: Please have a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Importance10:07
broonieIulian: Sure, I'm awaer of that - I'd have done that if it were a clear bug rather than wishlist.10:13
thekornhi all!13:35
IulianHello thekorn13:48
thekornhey Iulian13:53
RainCTIf an upload to hardy-proposed causes some problem, should it be reported as a new bug or be followed up directly in the report about the SRU?14:41
persiaRainCT: Follow up in the SRU while it is still in -proposed.  Once it goes to -updates, in a new bug.14:55
RainCTpersia: thanks14:57
jonpackardI was trying to set up LTSP with Intrepid and ran into problems.. should this be reported as a bug?15:11
jonpackardltsp-build-client fails with intrepid.. http://pastebin.com/f3341ddcf for details15:12
Iulianbddebian: b00!15:14
ograjonpackard, can you file that as a bug ?15:14
bddebianHello Iulian :)15:18
jonpackardogra: Sure. Thanks!15:21
ograthanks for filing it :)15:23
jonpackardBug 246615 filed. You're welcome. :)15:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 246615 in ltsp "LTSP client installation ended abnormally" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24661515:35
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someone_1Hi! I posted this bug : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pam/+bug/24654916:11
someone_1can anyone help me with it?16:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 246549 in pam "Authentication Failed at Login" [Undecided,New]16:11
someone_1well, may be it's more of a problem than bug16:12
someone_1but I am desperate to fix it16:12
psyke83tjaalton, just a quick heads up. The latest upload of the intel drivers in Intrepid doesn't work - it segfaults on some libexa code. I narrowed the problem down to the "force greedy" patch, when I recompiled the driver without it, everything works perfectly. Are you aware of the problem or will I file a bug with logs?16:41
tjaaltonpsyke83: fix uploaded16:41
psyke83tjaalton, awesome, thanks. I thought it'd be best to check with you here before filing a bug16:41
tjaaltonthere already was a bug ;)16:42
psyke83ah, I didn't even look :)16:42
psyke83tjaalton: I don't know if you've been following, but xserver 1.5 has better exa optimizations and the parameter "ExaOptimizeMigration" is on by default. This makes the "always" migrationheuristic as fast as "greedy" in some cases, apparently. I'm curious if your latest upload still forces "greedy" pixmap migration? It would be ideal to set "greedy" as the default but allow it to be changed in the xorg.conf16:45
tjaaltonit just disables the patch16:46
psyke83ok, thanks16:46
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yuriyanybody around for kubuntu hug day?17:52
yuriyLMK if you need something tested on Intrepid17:52
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jonpackardCould anybody please set bug 246067 to "Confirmed"? I reported the bug and two other people have reported they are getting the same results. Thanks in advance! :)18:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 246067 in linux "Kernel panic during boot after upgrading to kernel" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24606718:22
bdmurrayjonpackard: in the event the other commenters have the same panic you could set it to confirmed yourself18:29
gnomefreakthere was a new version of -3 uploaded today maybe late lastnight does this not fix it?18:35
apacheloggeryuriy: apparently everyone thinks we should just dump all KDE 3 bugs ;-)18:55
yuriyapachelogger: hmm?18:58
yuriywho is everyone18:58
apacheloggerme :P18:59
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jonpackardbdmurray: Thanks! I read in the wiki "Do not confirm your own bugs!".. I guess I took that too literally. =)19:20
bdmurrayjonpackard: those other people might not know the process for confirming bug reports19:22
yuriyhmm 5-a-day seems to be broken here20:13
bdmurrayI'd noticed that too20:14
* yuriy hugs NickNak, thanks for participating!20:23
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NickNakdon't mention it!20:33
NickNakI've just reproduced bug #71273 on both Hardy and Intrepid and it appears to be well described, so could someone mark it as Triaged?22:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 71273 in kdebase "Kate does not remember indentation settings for new files" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/7127322:09
yuriyNickNak: done22:21
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Nightroseyuriy: 5-a-day is b0rked here as well22:24
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