mikegriffindpkg --install --force-all libc6_2.9-0ubuntu5_i386.deb libgcc1_1%3a4.3.2-2ubuntu9_i386.deb gcc-4.3-base_4.3.2-2ubuntu9_i386.deb findutils_4.4.0-2ub00:53
mikegriffinlibc6-dev_2.9-0ubuntu5_i386.deb wo00:53
mikegriffinthat worked it seems00:53
mikegriffini had to mkdir /var/run/network to get online after a reboot into jj and it seems some stuff in /dev/ does not have the right perms01:31
mikegriffinie null is 600 i think01:31
crimsunmikegriffin: no, 66601:34
crimsun/dev/{null,zero,*random} should all be mode 66601:35
mikegriffinyea the box rebooted without my permission during the upgrade, null was 600 and i had no net, i had to manually mkdir /var/run/networking to get back online01:36
mikegriffinit seems that some firefox and epiphany stuff did not complete but i am unsure what else might be wrong at this point01:37
crimsunsounds like ifupdown and netbase weren't upgraded and configured correctly01:38
mikegriffindoes that explain the /dev/ problems?01:38
crimsun$ grep -nHE 'var/run/network' *01:39
crimsunloopback:16:[ -d /var/run/network ] || mkdir /var/run/network01:39
crimsun$ dlocate /etc/init.d/loopback01:39
crimsunifupdown: /etc/init.d/loopback01:39
crimsuncrimsun@errno:/etc/init.d $ dlocate /etc/init.d/networking01:39
crimsunnetbase: /etc/init.d/networking01:39
crimsun(i didn't encounter those issues)01:39
mikegriffinapt-get -f install seems to be very busy, i will chase down individual problems later01:43
mikegriffincrimsun: did you see my previous posts and the resolution?01:43
crimsunmikegriffin: probably not01:44
crimsunmany of these issues are moving targets (i.e., likely are moot in the next few weeks)01:44
mikegriffinoh ok, i had to dpkg -i --force-all libc6 findutils and a few others before apt would get started01:45
crimsunah, yeah, i always do that by hand first regardless01:46
crimsunthe entire toolchain and its dependencies are always first updated when i do it by hand01:46
mikegriffinoh ok cool, took me a second to get the courage to --force-all01:47
crimsuni don't use that flag, however01:48
mikegriffinit was complaining about two things needing each other01:54
mikegriffinyes nvidia driver was broken, nv has my back. going to try another reboot now02:02
mikegriffincrimsun: one thing that keeps breaking stuff is tmp being noexec when i reboot, fixed fstab02:16
mikegriffinseems everything is good now03:09
bazhang!find open office03:44
ubottuoffice is not a valid distribution ['dapper', 'feisty', 'feisty-backports', 'gutsy', 'gutsy-backports', 'hardy', 'hardy-backports', 'intrepid', 'intrepid-backports', 'jaunty', 'jaunty-backports', 'kde4-ppa', 'medibuntu', 'partner']03:44
mikegriffinthanks for an alpha that works better than some os release03:44
bazhang!find openoffice03:45
ubottuFound: dictionaries-common, hunspell-de-at, hunspell-de-ch, hunspell-de-de, hunspell-eu-es (and 204 others)03:45
mikegriffini think you meant apt-cache search openoffice | grep ^openoffice  :P03:45
Arenlor!find openoffice.org03:45
mikegriffingood day03:45
ubottuFound: dictionaries-common, hunspell-de-at, hunspell-de-ch, hunspell-de-de, hunspell-eu-es (and 203 others)03:45
ArenlorHappy New Year05:00
DanaGWed Dec 31 21:38:09 PST 200805:38
DanaGHmm, my USB sound card is interesting... in hal, it shows a tree: top level is "USB device"05:47
DanaGunder that: Audio Control Interface, two Audio Streaming Interfaces, and a Hub Interface.05:48
DanaGUnder the Control interface is the "USB Audio Sound Card", and below that, the ALSA Capture, Control, and Playback.05:48
DanaGOh, and a HID interface at the same level as all the other Interfaces.05:50
DanaG‏‫‏‫‏‫‏‫‮‏Happy New Year.‮‬‬06:27
DanaGHappy New Year08:00
DanaGWoah.... I didn't type that myself. =þ08:01
DanaGPidgin did for me... odd.08:01
* DanaG wishes PulseAudio would make a HID device attached to an audio device... control _that_ audio device.08:02
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macoanyone else have pidgin running but the FUSA is still showing the power icon and lacking IM status options?09:52
SwedeMikeI installed alpha2 and did all current updates and now everything seems to work great on my Lenovo X200, it correctly detected the native screen resolution, everything worked out of the box, where 8.10 had (and still has) problems16:43
SwedeMikeit also seems to be more energy efficient, vista gives me 9-10 hours of battery time, 8.10 5-6 hours, 9.04a seems to be around 7-816:44
ccookeSwedeMike: (asking out of interest only) did you have resolution problems before?17:12
SwedeMikeccooke: well, somehow I managed to get 8.10 have the correct resolution after login (it's wrong at the login screen), I never managed to fix it when trying 64bit 8.1017:13
SwedeMikebut right now 8.10 32bit is ok17:14
ccookeI'm looking forward to 64-bit being fully viable for me in 9.0417:14
ccooke(64-bit flash *and* a 64-bit Java web plugin. I need both for work)17:14
SwedeMikeyeah, that'll be nice17:15
SwedeMikeI think I'm going to backup my current 8.10 hd and then dist-upgrade to 9.04 and see if that works as well17:15
SwedeMike(I installed 9.04a on another HD I have around)17:16
SwedeMikeI tried the alternate installer and used encrypted lvm, but I couldnt set manual partition sized with guided partitioning, which I think one should be able to17:17
ccookeI'll be going my first wipe-and-reinstall in ages for this - I want to make a go for 64-bit17:18
SwedeMikeI'm running 64bit 8.10 on another computer, but without well working flash17:18
ccookealthough it's easier in this setup than most - I have /home as a partition, plus two equal root partitions (one for work, one to test)17:18
SwedeMikeit's mostly a server17:18
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XiXaQwill Empathy replace Pidgin in Jaunty?20:14
ikoniadon't think so20:14
s0u][ightwill cheese be fixed?20:15
ikoniathere i a pidgin package for jaunty so I assume no20:15
ikonias0u][ight: thats the aim20:15
s0u][ightin hardy it worked just file :(20:15
XiXaQikonia, oh, but Pidgin would obviously be available anyway. I was talking about the default.20:15
XiXaQthere were discussions about replacing it for intrepid, but it needed to mature a bit first.20:16
ikoniaI dton' think so20:16
XiXaQI really like the promises that empathy holds and I'm sure it will replace Pidgin soon.. I think it would be nice it that happened now, so we could have a couple of cycles to "get used to it" well in time for 10.04.20:22
emet_does jaunty have firefox 3.1 as default?20:35
emet_!info firefox-3.120:37
ubottufirefox-3.1 (source: firefox-3.1): safe and easy web browser from Mozilla. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1~b2+build1+nobinonly-0ubuntu1 (jaunty), package size 883 kB, installed size 3448 kB20:37
andersk!info firefox20:37
ubottufirefox (source: firefox-3.0): meta package for the popular mozilla web browser. In component main, is optional. Version 3.0.4+nobinonly-0ubuntu2 (jaunty), package size 67 kB, installed size 124 kB20:37
anderskSo I think 3.0 is still the default.20:38
XiXaQit's reasonable to assume 3.1 will be default by release though.20:40
CarlFKline 7: Failed to connect to database (incorrect admin password)21:18
CarlFKI think that is because line 36: Unpacking mysql-server-5.0 (from .../mysql-server-5.0_5.0.67-0ubuntu6_i386.deb) ...21:18

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