crimsunmad_goldfish: I've found the bug in the packaging00:01
crimsunmad_goldfish: I've also informed the developer in a separate channel00:01
crimsunmad_goldfish: basically, the versioned Conflicts+Replaces do not account for the existing versions of libnspr4 and libnss3, both of which have epochs that sort higher than 4.00:02
mad_goldfishAh, so the existing patch in -proposed is missing some information? Should I still post my output to the bug?00:03
mad_goldfishcrimsun, Thanks for looking into this.00:04
crimsunyou can add it if you wish, but I've already informed Alexander of the issue.00:04
mad_goldfishcharlie-tca, Thanks for all the pointers00:04
charlie-tcaYou're welcome. Wish I could do more.00:04
mad_goldfishOK. I may as well add it, as I want to get on the cc list for that bug so I can help test the resolution00:05
mad_goldfishRight, got to reboot now I've got a new kernel. Night all.00:11
kahrytanHow do I catch crash reports in firefox?00:56
HewHow do you triage backports requests? Assuming the required info is all there, should be be marked Triaged,Wishlist?05:46
HobbseeHew: probably make sure ubuntu-backporters is subscribed, i guess, and otherwise leave it05:46
Hobbseethe backports team probably has some documenation too05:47
RAOFIt does.05:47
ubottuIf new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they may go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports - See also !packaging05:47
HewThanks for that, I had found that page already, but somehow missed the "Backport Process" section.05:48
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HewIs https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/Importance still current? I remember a mail going around the other day saying importance was now being based on impact to the package rather than to Ubuntu as a whole. eg, if a minor package is completely broken, based on the package this is high/critical, but the current guidelines would say it's medium.09:42
Rocket2DMnfor bug 248016 - it is already fixed in Intrepid, how do I mark the the bug?09:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 248016 in acpid "man acpid spelling error" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24801609:51
Rocket2DMnDo I mark it as Triaged or Confirmed and nominate for Hardy only?  Or just mark it as Fix Committed or Fix Released?09:52
HewRocket2DMn: if it's fixed in Intrepid, you mark it as Fix Released. Nominating is only for a SRU, which would not apply to a spelling error.09:58
Rocket2DMnok thanks Hew , can you please explain to me what SRU stands for in this case?10:00
ubottuStable Release Update information is at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates10:00
Rocket2DMngroovy, thanks10:00
Hewno worries, thanks for helping out :-)10:01
Rocket2DMnso we only nominate for a release when its a functionality problem?10:01
Rocket2DMnnvm, reading more10:02
coolHI, i am new to Ubuntu's Delopment. i am trying to triaging bugs to help UBuntu. now i have touched Bug #248010. if anyone could check if i did everything correctly.11:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 248010 in update-notifier "Update manager is extremely problematic - had to cycle power to kill it" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24801011:50
cooli don't want to mess things up11:51
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esminisanyone alive here?14:16
bliZZardzesminis : depends on how you see it :D14:17
esminiswell looks like one alive14:18
esminismaybe u know how to report to developers that patch to fix bug is submitted?14:18
ApOgEE-I can't figure out this bug... I boot up Hardy Heron liveCD on my hp nx9010 and it stuck just there... how can I trace any error? any ideas?14:51
esminisany messages?14:52
esminisbtw i think you will get more help in #ubuntu channel14:53
rbrunhuberI just wanted to install hgsvn in kubuntu hardy and thought it would pull in all needed mercurial packages, but there is no dependency. Bug?15:03
Hobbseeare they listed as recommends?15:05
rbrunhuberhi hobbsee15:05
rbrunhuberHobbsee: not even listed as recommends15:05
Hobbseethen it probably is15:06
Hobbsee!info hgsvn15:06
ubottuhgsvn (source: hgsvn): Scripts to work locally on Subversion checkouts using Mercurial. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.1.4-1 (hardy), package size 23 kB, installed size 236 kB15:06
Hobbseeto debian, not to us.15:06
rbrunhuberI don't know if there is a valid workflow to use hgsvn but not mercurial?15:06
esminishave u tried to install hgsvn and then run it?15:07
rbrunhuberno did not try it. But as far as i understand it is used to sync svn repositories to use them with mercurial15:30
rbrunhuberso the question is not is it possible to use hgsvn without mercurial, but why would you want to use hgsvn without mercurial.15:35
rbrunhuberso in my opinion there should be at least a recommend or suggest "dependency"15:35
esminisbut those who use ever use this package should know for real15:49
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emmaHey guys18:32
emmaI have a few good friends who are each experiencing the same problem as in this bug -- https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/22862418:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 228624 in linux "DVD writer not working since hardy upgrade" [Undecided,New]18:33
emmaThis seems like a very significant problem but they are expressing concern that it has not been promoted. I am seeing circumstantial evidence that it is causing people to migrate away from Ubuntu. I wanted to post it here in the hopes that someone's expertise could get it the attention that it may deserve.18:34
emmabdmurray ^18:52
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