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kahrytanAnyone know how to force firefox to detect a plugin?01:43
emmyIs there any special place to go, or special procedure for reporting bugs on Kubuntu Intrepid02:24
emmysame as all the other bugs?02:24
anakronIs the platform for bugs02:25
anakronandate oh!02:30
andresanakron, kien era la mina que me contaste que le faltaba un novio ?02:31
emmyfunny thing is, i can read that but it's either portugues, italian, or poorly spelled spanish.02:33
emmyquien and nina02:33
anakron:O Ubuntu-Cl arrives02:36
andresubuntu-cl sucks02:39
anakrontoo much work02:40
andrescl people is fu* noobs02:40
PaGonDelnow you come to "webiar" in english? :P02:42
andresPaGonDel  fucking around02:43
andresalgo asi02:43
PaGonDelxD... i just give the chilean touch to the sentence :P02:44
andresPaGonDel slang je va02:44
anakronhttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/257746 >> Must be in wishlist. Is similar to  hwtest package02:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 257746 in ubuntu "[needs-packaging] checkbox" [Undecided,New]02:45
mlesterhello is anyone active in here02:56
mlesterdo u know anyone who know debian/ubuntu inside and out02:58
mlesterespecially the networking side02:58
mlesterbecause I am having a problem that no one can solve02:58
mlesterI have asked around at least 10 different places02:58
anakronsorry, i dont02:59
mlesterand scoured the net for 2wks searching for a solution02:59
mlesteru would think that solving an apt-get update problem would be easy03:00
mlesterjust 2 simple combinations of letters and symbols03:01
Hobbseeyour problem is very broad.  try narrowing it.03:01
mlesterMethod http has died unexpectedly!03:02
mlesterits a vm of hardy server03:03
Hobbseegoogle suggests links such as http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=17195703:06
Hobbseedid you try that?03:06
mlesteryeah gateway is set up correctly03:08
mlesterand the other thing on there didn't do anything03:08
mlesterI read some where that it might be a proxy interfering03:12
mlesterbut I dont think I have any prozy software installed03:12
mlesterit does have openvpn starting up on boot but I stopped that03:13
* Hobbsee does not know.03:14
mlesterhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/37307/ that is a list of all processes running03:15
hggdhanakron, bug 257746 is *NOT* wishlist03:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 257746 in ubuntu "[needs-packaging] checkbox" [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25774603:21
hggdhanakron, please read  NOW03:21
anakronwhy not03:22
hggdhanakron, this is the third time I bring this to you attention03:22
hggdhfor all: please read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToTriage#Special%20types%20of%20bugs for special types of bugs03:24
Hobbseewell, it is wishlist, but it's ceratinly not brainstorm material.03:26
hggdhHobbsee, this is the point03:26
* hggdh really wishes for a common bug triaging process03:27
Hobbseehggdh: it might be helpful to explictly add to that page that new package requests fall into the special types of bugs - i don't see them there now03:27
* Hobbsee doesn't have wiki passwords and such on her.03:27
hggdhHobbsee, I thought anyone of us could edit it -- I will add it in, anyways03:28
hggdhdarn, it has been blocked!03:29
Hobbseeit has?  ouch03:29
* hggdh blushes... logging in to the wiki might help :-(03:29
Hobbseehaha :)03:29
Hobbseehave they reset the logins again?  darn.03:30
hggdhoh, we are now openId03:30
james_wHobbsee: I don't know if you've seen but the wiki is lp openid now.03:30
james_wHobbsee: doesn't mean you'll have the passwords now, but it might be a surprise next time you go to log in03:30
hggdhyeah, just noticed it... slow as molasses, also03:30
Hobbseejames_w: ahhh.  yes, i heard about that - that it wasn't working.03:30
james_wworked for me at least03:31
jjessejames_w: do you have to use your lp open id or just your normal wiki login?03:31
hggdhhah! Internal Server error03:31
jjesseawesome i didn't do it03:31
Hobbseejames_w: well, technically i *do* have the passwords, on my usb stick.  however, whenever i plug in the stick to a machine in this lab, it instantly shuts down...03:31
jjesseApache/2.2.8 (Ubuntu) mod_fastcgi/2.4.6 mod_python/3.3.1 Python/2.5.2 mod_ssl/2.2.8 OpenSSL/0.9.8g Server at wiki.ubuntu.com Port 8003:31
Hobbseehggdh: darn, so it's still broken.03:31
james_wjjesse: the former, if you click login there's a redirect logic to launchpad to authorise, and then back to the wiki, no chance for the old credentials as far as I know03:32
hggdhthey say trying many times in sequence might help ;-)03:32
james_wHobbsee: ha, that's brilliant.03:32
* Hobbsee whines in #launchpad03:32
Hobbseejames_w: very.  it's a problem with XP SP3, and these motherboards.03:32
hggdhHobbsee, what? YOU run XP, or WE run XP?? ;-)03:33
jjessei bet her shcool runs xp service pack 303:33
Hobbseehggdh: this university runs XP...03:34
hggdhOK, logged in. I will (finally) edit it now03:34
Hobbseebut at least they don't plan to change to vista.03:34
hggdhhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToTriage#Special%20types%20of%20bugs has been edited, now 'needs-packaging' is in03:39
* mlester wants to cry cause is ubuntu wont apt-get update03:39
hggdhHobbsee, lucky you... Vista has some nice eye candies, but thats about it03:39
Hobbseeheh.  someone else just discovered the USB rebooting computer bug.03:40
nhandlerhggdh: Shouldn't the wiki page say "[needs-packaging] <package>"?03:40
hggdhanakron, you have my apologies -- I warned you on something that was not yet documented03:40
hggdhwill correct it03:41
anakronI was reading that before03:41
anakronbut i never saw something like that03:42
Hobbseeanakron: either way, little wishlists don't require brainstorm stuff.03:42
hggdhanakron, indeed. My fault03:42
hggdhpage has been corrected Hobbsee. Please use you hawk eyes, and see if I messed something else, if you do not mind03:43
Hobbseehggdh: looks good to me :)03:46
hggdhthanks, the way I am tonight, all help is necessary...03:47
hggdhwell. After *WRONGLY* complaining with anakron, and after *WRONGKLY* editing a miserable simple dumb change to a wiki page, I guess I should call it a day03:48
anakronwhy call it a day?03:49
hggdhperhaps call it a night?03:49
anakronHere yes03:49
anakronAt chile03:49
andresSheep fuckers03:51
andresups sorry03:51
hggdhanyway, I am going to bed. Yall -- no, make it 'all yall' have a good night/morning/evening.03:51
hggdhsigh... one parting blow ;-)03:54
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* andres is away: Go to VLT Telescope04:37
Hobbsee!away | andres04:40
ubottuandres: You should avoid noisy away messages in a busy channel like #ubuntu, or other Ubuntu channels; it causes excessive scrolling which is unfair to new users. Use the command "/away <reason>" to set your client away silently.  See also Ā«/msg ubottu GuidelinesĀ»04:40
HewIf firefox is just closing without triggering apport, what can I do to catch the problem? backtrace/valgrind?04:44
mrooneyHew: like, just a segfault?04:55
Hewmrooney: I'm not sure what it is (I suppose I should run it in a terminal and look for output). I'll just be browsing firefox like normal, and I may click a link or something and it closes.04:55
Hewmrooney: when I reopen, it has the recovery dialog04:56
Hewmrooney: normally apport appears on this sort of thing, but this has been going on the whole time I've been on Intrepid, and I'm not sure how to look into it further04:56
dholbachgood morning05:35
Hewgood afternoon :P05:36
dholbachhi Hew05:37
Hewhey Daniel05:38
techno_freakgood morning05:43
dholbachhiya techno_freak05:43
techno_freakheya dholbach05:43
tuxmaniacmorning everybody06:26
thekorn /join #ubuntu-de-offtopic06:35
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techno_freakif a bug is said to occur only in feisty and gutsy and not in hardy, what should be the response?09:20
qenseIsn't gutsy still supported?09:21
persiaSupported distributions include dapper, feisty, gutsy, and hardy.09:21
qenseIs HAL restarted when you restart X?09:23
Hewuh oh, I can't open any programs all of a sudden. This is the second time this has happened on Intrepid. Does anyone know if there is already a bug report on this, how I can fix it, or any testing I can do since I'm currently in this broken state?09:32
Hewhmm strange, it's about 50/50 broken apps. Terminal doesn't work, but g-s-m does :S09:36
persiaQuite possibly the result of updating some library.  Try logging out and logging in again.09:38
Hewpersia: aha, gdm is using 100% cpu09:39
Hewand I haven't updated anything in a while (not in the last 5h)09:39
Hewyea logging out/in will likely fix it. I was wondering if there was any testing I could do while this bug was still present, but luckily g-s-m worked so I've narrowed down the issue :-)09:40
dholbachbdrung: does just  bzr break-lock  work?11:21
bdrungdholbach: no11:24
bdrungdholbach: bzr break-lock runs without output. but bzr push shows the same error11:25
dholbachbdrung: can you pastebin the output please?11:26
bdrungdholbach: http://pastebin.com/d3e7d8adf11:28
dholbachjames_w: do you know what to do there? ^11:29
dholbachit'd be great if we could have 5-a-day work around that somehow11:29
Flanneldholbach: Hey, at GBJ one of my members suggested something for the 5-a-day applet, but we couldn't figure out where to wishlist it, so I'll just mention it here: have the menu icon count down as you do them.11:31
dholbachFlannel: https://bugs.launchpad.net/five-a-day11:32
dholbachalso there's https://bugs.launchpad.net/five-a-day/+bug/20043211:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 200432 in five-a-day "five-a-day-applet: Countdown from 5 to 0" [Wishlist,Confirmed]11:32
dholbachso the idea was brought up already :)11:32
Flanneldholbach: did that exist last weekend? ;)11:32
dholbachFlannel: it exists for half a year now :)11:32
Flannelsometimes the ability of launchpad to hide stuff from people amazes me.11:33
dholbachit might be just a five-a-day vs 5-a-day thing11:33
FlannelYeah, but it didn't show up in google either.11:35
FlannelOf course, it was at the end of the day, so it could very well be that we were just being obtuse11:35
dholbachno problem11:36
bdrungdholbach: any solution for the deadlock?12:15
dholbachI just asked james_w, because I assumed he might know something12:16
dholbachlifeless: do you have an idea what bdrung can do about http://pastebin.com/d3e7d8adf ?12:18
dholbachbzr breaklock  doesn't seem to help12:19
james_whey. does "bzr break-lock bzr+ssh://bdrung@bazaar.launchpad.net/~bdrung/5-a-day-data/main/" work12:21
james_wor is that what you tried?12:21
james_wthe message is wrong for launchpad12:21
bdrungjames_w: the command you give me works12:25
james_wbdrung: cool, there's a bug open on launchpad to not be so cryptic12:26
* andres is back (gone 08:45:15)13:22
dholbachjames_w: do you think it'd make sense to catch that error 768 (or something like that) and call  bzr break-lock <...>  in that case?13:30
james_wnot really13:30
james_wyou don't want to break a lock if it's being used13:30
james_wyou usually see them after crashes, but they are there for a reason13:31
dholbachso the only thing we could do is make the error message useful13:31
dholbachparticularly for the applet13:31
bdrungand fix the bug with the wrong location13:32
dholbachbdrung: that message comes from bzr, I think13:32
bdrungjames_w said that this bug is known13:33
dholbachjames_w: or does  "<james_w> bdrung: cool, there's a bug open on launchpad to not be so cryptic"  mean, that it's an LP bug?13:33
bdrungjames_w: do you have the bug id?13:34
james_wyeah, it's an LP bug13:34
james_wI think it might be http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=2&url=https%3A%2F%2Fbugs.launchpad.net%2Flaunchpad-bazaar%2F%2Bbug%2F141157&ei=DyekSP6XKJLIQfm_oIwB&usg=AFQjCNEWV51WXq-Uvxmltssc6Ib6LbZ7Tw&sig2=X7KexxXXfMnqw3821Bd5lA13:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 141157 in launchpad-bazaar "Locks acquired via the smart protocol have poor lock info." [Low,In progress]13:38
james_wbut it doesn't look like the one I remember13:38
AmpelbeinHi! I think Bug #241879 should be set to wishlist-importance. Could someone with according rights do this, please?13:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 241879 in gnome-screensaver "Mouse cursor should be hidden before desktop fades to screensaver" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24187913:48
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mvowhen is the next ubuntu-qa meeting ?14:16
pedro_mvo: next Wednesday14:16
pedro_at 1700 UTC IIRC14:17
mvopedro_: I would like to add a meeting agenda item then, what is the best way of doing that, does ubuntu-qa has its own mailinglist?14:17
mvothat is not a ideal time for me :( maybe I need to discuss it via mail14:17
pedro_mvo: feel free to add it to -> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/Meetings14:17
pedro_mvo: ah yes, the mailing list is "ubuntu-qa"14:18
mvoexcellent, thanks pedro_14:18
pedro_mvo: you're welcome14:18
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seb128mvo: list is fine for those discussion, but maybe an ubuntu-devel topic?14:28
mvoseb128: I will become the record spammer^Wposter on that list this month14:30
tuxmaniacbug 234510 is related to a package which has been deleted in Intrepid. Should I make the bug Invalid?14:31
seb128mvo: ;-)14:31
ubottuLaunchpad bug 234510 in yakuake-kde4 "yakuake 2.9.3" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/23451014:31
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tuxmaniaccan someone please mark bug 257165 as High importance. I think it is since it makes firefox crash.14:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 257165 in libflashsupport "libflashsupport causes firefox and epiphany to crash" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25716514:59
Initial_Mzzup guys15:12
lilbuddawhat bugs are we focusing on today? I would like to test16:16
tuxmaniaclilbudda: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/2008081416:17
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chrisccoulsonbdmurray - this bug was originally opened against casper, but you assigned it to the kernel in December - https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-source-2.6.22/+bug/10751617:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 107516 in linux-source-2.6.22 "loading ACPI modules and starting HALd took too long time" [Undecided,Won't fix]17:46
chrisccoulsonshould the casper task be closed on this one?17:46
bdmurraychrisccoulson: yes, as it is really kernel related and not casper17:47
chrisccoulsonthanks. i'll mark the casper task as invalid17:48
chrisccoulsoni'm not familiar with the scope of casper. for example, bug 109957 is filed against casper but requests the addition of LVM support on the live CD. I know this should be set to wishlist, but I'm not sure if casper is the correct package17:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 109957 in casper "Enable LVM on LiveCD" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/10995717:52
bdmurraychrisccoulson: casper seems appropriate in this case.  I actually think there is a spec about this17:54
chrisccoulsonthanks. i'll try and have a look for that in a moment unless someone beats me to it.17:55
chrisccoulsonthats the one!17:57
bdmurrayhmm, I'm not certain that's the one I was thinking of17:57
chrisccoulsonah, ok17:57
chrisccoulsonthere's another: https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/native-lvm-support17:58
chrisccoulsoni think the blueprints might need cleaning up at some point17:58
mib_y91rfaTell me if this is *a* bug: when I view the tooltip for the gnome power manager applet, it says: "Laptop battery charging (56%)". But when I click on the applet, then go to my "laptop battery" at the top of the menu, it clearly says: "Charge time: 8 minutes". What is up with this inconsistency?17:58
mib_y91rfaThe tooltip also says that the battery will take 9 hours and 25 minutes until charged.18:00
mib_y91rfaSo I'm confused here.18:00
chrisccoulsonbdmurray - the two url's i listed are the only ones i can find. there is a more complete blueprint for dmraid support out of the box. I'm not sure if that is the one you were thinking of.18:02
bdmurraychrisccoulson: yeah, I'm not certain - I'll look around some more18:03
chrisccoulsoni found some discussion in the ubuntu-devel-discuss archives from january regarding LVM support on the live CD - https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-discuss/2008-January/002986.html18:03
bdmurraychrisccoulson: that's the person I was thinking of18:04
chrisccoulsonit also seems there's another bug report requesting LVM support, but it doesn't have a package (bug 153719)18:08
ubottuLaunchpad bug 153719 in ubuntu "Kubuntu 7.10rc install CD doesn't support LVM2" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/15371918:08
schakravahi. is it possible to convert a bug:235063 into a sync request or should i file a new bug per https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SyncRequestProcess18:11
james_wbug 23506318:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 235063 in 2vcard "mistake in the package description" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/23506318:19
schakravarequestsync command fails18:19
james_win what way?18:19
schakravai am sure to be using it wrong18:20
schakravarequestsync -s 2vcard 0.5-318:20
schakrava2vcard doesn't appear to exist in 0.5-3, specify -n for a package not in Ubuntu.18:20
james_waha, you want "intrepid" not "0.5-3"18:20
james_whowever, you can covert the existing bug report18:21
schakravahow do i do that?18:21
james_wretitle the bug, and change the description as specified in the wiki page18:21
james_wthe easiest thing is probably to file a new bug with requestsync, and mark the current one duplicate18:22
schakravathanks james_w. but requestsync's exited with socket timeout error18:26
james_wah, I think Debian's madison is down, which prevents requestsync from working18:27
james_wre-using the existing bug is probably best then18:27
schakravai will do it the harder way then. thanks18:27
bdmurrayAnybody know what OpenGEU is?18:35
chrisccoulsonit's an ubuntu derivate i think18:35
chrisccoulsonformally Geubuntu18:36
bdmurrayhmm, that looks neat18:37
chrisccoulsonyeah, it looks pretty good. i might try it out later18:38
ograsad that people build whole distros with early bea software though ... E17 is not released18:43
ogra(and probably never will)18:44
chrisccoulsonis anyone else finding the wiki quite slow at the minute?18:46
ograknown today ... its being worked on18:46
chrisccoulsonah, thanks18:46
chrisccoulsondoes the same apply to launchpad too? I had lots of difficulties with launchpad yesterday, but it's not so bad today18:47
chrisccoulsonbdmurray - i've confirmed bug 99008 that you asked for more information on. i don't think it needs any extra info, so you (or another member of bugcontrol) can probably now set this one to triaged19:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 99008 in casper "Check CD for defects: Dialog goes up and down" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/9900819:35
bdmurraychrisccoulson: could you put the iso version you tested with in the description?19:37
chrisccoulsonit's not the latest intrepid iso actually. it's A2 I think. i can download the latest now and try with that if you like?19:38
bdmurrayIf possible that would be fantastic19:39
chrisccoulsoni'll do that now19:39
chrisccoulsonbdmurray - I have confirmed bug 99008 now with the latest intrepid daily ISO20:47
ubottuLaunchpad bug 99008 in casper "Check CD for defects: Dialog goes up and down" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/9900820:47
bdmurraychrisccoulson: okay, I've triaged it thanks for testing20:58
joaopintoI am trying to gdb gnome-terminal which is crashing, the app is exiting and gt is launched on the background, what am I missing ?21:02
bdmurrayjoaopinto: which release are you using? and what generates the crash?21:08
joaopintointrepid, selecting a specific text section21:08
bdmurrayjoaopinto: that fix should be available real soon21:08
joaopintobut I am now able to gdb it attaching a running terminal, and I am not being to reproduce the crash now21:08
joaopintooh, I got some updates :P21:09
joaopintodid it got fixed ?21:09
bdmurrayyes, it was a bug in vte I believe21:09
bdmurrayso look for that update & changelog21:09
joaopintowell it's not crashing any longer, I did noticed the vte upgrade21:09
pedro_joaopinto: yes that's fixed with libvte9 0.17.2-0ubuntu121:09
joaopintoCan someone try to reproduce bug 254177 ?21:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 254177 in schroot "Chroot setup failed: stage=setup-start on Intrepid" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25417721:11
joaopintoI no longer have a clean install, and did play with some of the schroot options. I want to be sure the bug is not related to my changes21:11
lifelessbdrung_: do bzr break-lock bzr+ssh://bdrung@bazaar.launchpad.net/~bdrung/5-a-day-data/main/22:31
lifelessthe url lp's server is telling you is bogus22:32
jpdslifeless: He did, james_w suggested it hours ago. :)22:32
mrooneyemma, Old_Soldier: around?22:35
emmaYes sir, what can I do for you?22:35
mrooneyI was just wondering if you tried your @ubuntu email forward yet and if it was working22:36
bdrung_lifeless: like jpds said22:36
emmawhat is @ubuntu email forward?22:36
chrisccoulsonbug 21524522:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 215245 in yelp "Yelp crashes when trying to open o help topic" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/21524522:37
jpdsemma: Ubuntu members have @ubuntu.com mail address, which are simply forwards to their primary email address on Launchpad.22:37
emmamrooney: I am not an ubuntu member :)22:38
chrisccoulsoni need one of the bug reporters to install the yelp debugging symbols, but there isn't a version of yelp-dbgsym that matches the current version of yelp in hardy-security. any idea who is responsible for this?22:38
hggdhchrisccoulson, this is/should be done automatically. pitti set this up22:38
hggdhit may take a while, though22:38
lifelessbdrung_: oh good22:39
hggdhalternatively, they can use a .dbg, if one is available22:39
lifelessI only saw dholbach's question22:39
mrooneyemma: oh sorry, I thought you were emmajane :)22:39
mrooneymy mistake!22:39
emmaahha. No I am very different. :)22:39
mrooneycarry on :]22:39
chrisccoulsonit's been like this for quite some time now. i keep coming across packages that dont have a new enough -dbgsym package, but i've been sort-of ignoring them as the backtraces i've seen havent needed them. i've got a list of 4 packages in hardy-security at the minute which don't have a -dbgsym package22:40
chrisccoulsonunfortunately yelp doesnt have a -dbg package:(22:40
chrisccoulsonthe missing packages always seem to be the ones in hardy-security too, which is strange. all the ones in hardy-updates have a -dbgsym package22:41
AmpelbeinCould someone please have a look at bug #163236? The ipw3945-driver is deprecated and all development has gone to the iwlwifi-project. So I think this bug can be set to "Won't fix"? Can somebody with the correct rights check that out, please?22:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 163236 in linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.22 "intel wireless ipw3945 randomly disconnects" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16323622:42
hggdhchrisccoulson, probably the best is to ping pitti tomorrow, or try with bdmurray now22:43
bdmurrayI'd say e-mail pitti ;)22:44
chrisccoulsoni'll do that. thanks!22:44
hggdhthere you go, chrisccoulson :-)22:44
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chrisccoulsonthe list of people 5-a-day'ing seems to have grown quite significantly in the last week or so23:03
pwnguinsince maybe, august 8th?23:04
pwnguin(or whenever the bugjam was)23:04
pwnguinyou pay attention to the number of 5-a-day, but that didnt occur to you? :-)23:05
chrisccoulsonit didn't! i'd forgotten about that;)23:05
tormodbdmurray: I see you're attacking ati bugs - great ! :)23:45
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AmpelbeinCould someone please have a look at bug #163236? The ipw3945-driver is deprecated and all development has gone to the iwlwifi-project. So I think this bug can be set to "Won't fix"? Can somebody with the correct rights check that out, please?23:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 163236 in linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.22 "intel wireless ipw3945 randomly disconnects" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16323623:52
bdmurraytormod: yep, bryce and I talked about it so off I go23:57
hggdhAmpelbein, Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy is a LTS23:58
hggdh(Long term Support)23:58
hggdhso I would expect bugs in it to be fixed23:58
bdmurray2.6.22 is gutsy23:59
hggdhone of the last comments is about hardy23:59

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