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ubottuLaunchpad bug 270357 in totem "Totem Crashes When Trying to Open an MP3" [Undecided,New]05:17
Hobbseeemma: since when do mp3s have a visual component?05:29
Hobbseeemma: and you'll need to add what type of video card you have in there (lspci -vv will tell you)05:29
Hobbsee   To debug your program, run it with the --sync command line05:30
Hobbsee^ to the bug would be helpful too05:30
emmaWhat does a visual component have to do with anything?05:30
HobbseeThe program 'totem' received an X Window System error.05:31
Hobbseewhich usually means it has to do with audio05:32
RAOFHobbsee: It'll be the visualisation05:32
Hobbseeer, video05:32
RAOFAlso, howdie :)05:32
emmaHey there RAOF, yes I believe you have the right idea.05:33
HobbseeRAOF: oh, dodgy.  I'd not realised that we included visualisations that crashed.05:33
RAOFOh, we totally do.05:34
Hobbseethe advice about the video card still holds, then, and the name of the visualisation you were using.05:34
emmaI have no idea the name of the visualisations I was using.05:35
Hobbseetotem doesn't tell you?05:35
emmaROAF what do you think, would the video card information be useful?05:36
* Hobbsee eyes emma: fine, don't listen to me then.05:37
Hobbsee. o O { crazy girl, not wanting help with a bug she brought up, presumably to get help with... }05:38
emmaPlease don't call me a crazy girl, and my purpose is not to get help with it, my purpose is to make people aware of it, so that others might not have the same problem before release.05:39
Hobbseesame thing, usually.05:40
* Hobbsee --> uni.05:40
RAOFWhat Hobbsee _meant_ was help with making it a useful bug, I'd wager.05:40
HobbseeRAOF: precisely.05:40
HobbseeRAOF: which then means it might get fixed before release.05:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270357 in totem "Totem Crashes When Trying to Open an MP3" [Undecided,New]05:41
dholbachgood morning08:46
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nullackPing seb128 : evening, can bug 251910 go upstream or is it an Ubuntu specific issue09:39
ubottuLaunchpad bug 251910 in gvfs "gvfsd-trash crashed with SIGSEGV in g_idle_funcs()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25191009:39
seb128nullack: you can try, that could be the same issue than bug #252174 and there is no good stacktrace10:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 252174 in gvfs "gvfsd-trash crashed with SIGSEGV in g_main_context_dispatch()" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25217410:06
nullackseb128 : They might be related but I notice the seg fault is occuring in different functions so Im reluctant to duplicate them unless you think its ok10:11
seb128I've no clue about those bugs10:11
seb128they are not trivial upstream issues10:11
nullackOk, Ill try and replicate and see if I get a good stack dump10:11
nullackYeah, and times running out for 2.24 on gnome10:11
nullackI see 252717 is upstream so atleast one of them is with gnome10:12
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hggdhgiven the release of abrowser, I opened bug 27047512:29
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270475 in firefox-launchpad-plugin "firefox-launchpad-plugin should also depend on abrowser" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27047512:29
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dholbachpedro_, bdmurray: popey is looking for bugs he can help you out with :-)13:17
dholbachpopey: SCNR13:17
popeyswine :)13:17
pedro_hey popey! do you have anything in mind?13:18
pedro_is always good to start with the bugs without a package ;-)13:18
pedro_we have tons of them13:19
dholbachI'd  L O V E  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bugs?field.status_upstream=resolved_upstream to list 0 bugs :)13:19
pedro_buenos dias pochu!13:19
popeywell.. I'm not sure if it's my state of mind today, but i looked through yesterdays, and apport, and expirable and nothing leapt out at me that I could do anything about13:19
seb128dholbach: not going to happen any time soon13:19
popeymaybe I'm missing something13:19
Hobbseeseb128: try harder?  :)13:20
dholbachHobbsee: word up!13:20
Hobbseeseb128: or get more inventive about how it gets down to 0?  :)13:20
Hobbseedholbach: hrm?13:20
seb128dholbach: and not especially a good idea, we have lot of GNOME bugs which are fixed upstream and where we prefer to wait for the next tarball than waste efforts backporting13:20
seb128Hobbsee: ^13:20
Hobbseeseb128: that's true.13:20
dholbachseb128: right........ there are lots of others though13:21
seb128also launchpad is buggy13:21
dholbachlots of bugs that ARE fixed already too13:21
dholbachseb128: yes, that list needs at least two fixes13:21
Hobbseeseb128: have you tried whining about the particular bugs lately?  there's a QA-Launchpad meeting on soon.13:21
seb128if there is a nautilus bug which has a cairo and a nautilus upstream task and the cairo one is closed it'll list the bug there13:21
seb128where there is no nautilus upstream task closed13:21
dholbachseb128: yes, I filed a bug about that already13:21
pochuhola pedro_! :)13:22
Hobbseedholbach: how long ago?13:22
dholbachHobbsee: a while, not exactly sure13:23
pochuhey andre___ :)13:24
Hobbseedholbach: hmmm.13:25
andre___hej hej13:26
popeywhat's the name of the console app that pops up giving you the option to do various repair various things like X11 ?13:33
popey(from recovery mode)13:34
popeywoot, figured it out - friendly-recovery13:41
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mrooneyhm, when do I report bugs in network-manager vs network-manager-applet?18:22
mrooneyspecifically I want to make sure I put bug 270596 in the right place18:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270596 in network-manager-applet "wireless lan does not automatically start when wired connection is dropped" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27059618:27
mrooneyoh, asac_ could probably tell me :)18:27
asac_mrooney: ping me in 3 hours18:28
asac_have to run out now18:28
mrooneyasac_: okay, I will be away then but I will in about 6 or 7, or perhaps someone else can give me a hint, I am sure we can catch each other sometime, thanks!18:29
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chrisccoulsonjust looking at bug 27053119:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270531 in gtk-qt-engine "gtk-qt-engine 1:1.1+svn20080816-0ubuntu4~hardy1~ppa1 stopped working on Hardy" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27053119:25
chrisccoulsonthe reporter is using a version of gtk-qt-egine from a PPA19:25
chrisccoulsonare we allowing people to report bugs against a specific PPA version of this package (like with NM)?19:26
james_wnot that I've heard19:28
james_wwho's PPA is it?19:28
chrisccoulsonit doesn't say19:28
Ampelbeinchrisccoulson: if it cannot be replicated with a version in the repos i would close as invalid.19:28
bdmurrayI'm not aware of a specific call for testing with that ppa package19:28
chrisccoulsoni'll give the reporter to test it with an official version of the package then before i close it19:29
chrisccoulson***i'll give the reporter a chance to test19:29
Ampelbeinand i think network-manager is in the official archive, though it's a svn-version.19:29
chrisccoulsonyeah, NM is in the official archive now, but it started of in a PPA19:29
james_wyou may want to alert kubuntu-devel to it19:30
chrisccoulsonthanks for spotting that19:30
bdmurraymvo: ping20:10
mvobdmurray: pong (but on the phone)20:37
bdmurraymvo: I was just looking at bug 270527 and thought it might be easy to fix.  I'm not sure of the best way after looking at the code though.20:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 270527 in update-manager "changelog uri has epoch stripped for launchpad.net" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27052720:37
mvooh, right20:38
mvobdmurray: probably just safe the original version I guess (from memory)20:38
bdmurraymvo: so have 2 srcver variables?  1 w/o the epoch stripped and one with?20:39
mvobdmurray: yeah, that sounds reasonable. or when there is a epoch, safe that for later20:42
bdmurraymvo: Is that something you'd like me to do?20:43
mvobdmurray: if you want, I would certainly welcome a patch :)20:45
bdmurraymvo: sure, I can do that.  Is the main update-manager branch the right one to use?20:45
mvothanks bdmurray20:46
mvobdmurray: I go to bed now, if you ahve a fix for me, please let me know, I will be happy to merge :)21:01
* mvo waves21:01
pwnguinheh. i wonder if i can feed hard answers.lp.com questions into stackoverflow and get decent answers back21:26
macoif i want to join bug control, the wiki says there's an application you receive when you first try to join the lp team. i did that a while ago, then decided not to join. how do i get the application again so i an apply now?21:27
james_wmaco: see the "Application" section of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugControl21:29
macojames_w: thanks21:29
macooo hehe ok it's the same questions21:30
myronI think I've found a bug with sudo21:56
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Dejavou42It's not the normal difference between /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts21:57
Dejavou42But, I'm getting "Unable to resolve host error when sudo runs21:58
Dejavou42and all of the sudo functions still work, it just gives me that error message21:59
Dejavou42Any takers?21:59
bdmurrayWhat release of ubuntu is that?21:59
Dejavou428.04, but not upgraded. 8.04 was installed as new install22:00
james_wsounds a lot like bug 3290622:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 32906 in sudo "sudo fails if it cannot resolve the local hostname and no MTA is installed" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/3290622:01
Dejavou42so I should just be able to download that fix, right?22:03
james_wit should be fixed if you have hardy-updates enabled22:05
james_wwell, no, sorry, you still get the warning, but it is harmless with the fix22:05
Dejavou42The weird thing is that it didn't start happening until I started customizing ubunutu22:07
Dejavou42I added a virtual machine (with Virtualbox), gave it a local IP when it is running, and set up a terminal server on the  ubuntu box  with ltsp22:08
james_wDejavou42: did you use gnome-system-tools?22:08
james_wSystem->Administration->Network Tools22:09
Dejavou42yeah, but not to edit anything. I've just looked at all the settings through network tools22:10
Dejavou42and I've pinged a few local computers22:11
Dejavou42all the editing I did through terminal22:11
james_wdid you change /etc/hosts?22:11
Dejavou42I did, but not until after I started having the problem22:13
Dejavou42I've already checked /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts they are the same22:13
Dejavou42I've got a thread running on ubuntu forums http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=89318822:17
Dejavou42As long as that error message is harmless (which it seems to be) it doesn't matter to me. It sure beats the lousy blue screen of death in windows any day.:)22:18
Dejavou42if the sudo functions work I shouldn't be concerned about it right?22:28
bdmurrayDejavou42: what is returned if you enter hostname?22:30
Dejavou42ubuntu is also in the /etc/hosts file22:31
bdmurrayhmm, and in /etc/hostname?22:32
bdmurrayweird, well as long as sudo functions you shouldn't be concerned22:34
Dejavou42great thanks for the help bdmurray and james_w22:35
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