duanedesignCould someone please look at bug #313642 I believe it needs to be set to 'Wishlist'. Thank You!00:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 313642 in ubuntu "[needs packaging] miniupnpd" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31364200:20
Rocket2DMnduanedesign, those are workflow bugs for repository contributors and MOTUs and whatnot00:30
Rocket2DMni would leave them alone00:30
Rocket2DMnunless you are getting involved with that stuff?00:30
duanedesignnope, thank you00:31
Rocket2DMnsince you started on that bug, you may need to ask in #ubuntu-devel how to finish it up00:32
duanedesignI will thank you00:32
Rocket2DMnactually, nhandler if you got a sec from our meeting can you help out duanedesign00:32
nhandlerWhat is the problem?00:32
Rocket2DMnpackaging bug00:33
nhandlerduanedesign: What is the bug?00:33
Rocket2DMnits above nhandler00:33
duanedesignbug #31364200:33
ubottuLaunchpad bug 313642 in ubuntu "[needs packaging] miniupnpd" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31364200:33
nhandlerYeah, did you confirm that there are no duplicates and that it is not in the repos duanedesign ?00:34
bdmurrayyou might find http://people.ubuntu.com/~brian/reports/needs-packaging/latest-needs-packaging.html helpful00:35
hggdhduanedesign, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bugs/HowToTriage#Needs%20Packaging%20Bugs for how-to00:36
duanedesignnhandler: checked using rmadison did not find it in Ubuntu or Debian00:37
nhandlerOk, then confirm it00:37
nhandlerOnce you do, I'll wishlist it00:38
duanedesignk, thank you very much for the help00:38
duanedesignI am checking the link bdmurray provided for dups, one sec00:40
bdmurrayduanedesign: that does an rmadison look up too00:43
duanedesignok, thank you00:44
nhandlerduanedesign: I marked it as wishlist00:49
duanedesignnhandler: thank you, I appreciate the help:)00:50
nhandleryou're welcome duanedesign00:50
crimsunnhandler: mind acking bug 312566 and doing the subbing?01:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 312566 in grabcd "[jaunty] Please sync grabcd 0009-1 from http://www.cgarbs.de/stuff/grabcd_0009-1.dsc" [Wishlist,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31256601:00
Ryan52doesn't ubuntu give some 'real' repo to put those things in?01:01
crimsunRyan52: of course, but this package was in ubuntu long ago01:03
nhandlercrimsun: Looking now01:04
crimsunRyan52: the only reason it was even addressed is because i'm trawling through every last old bug01:04
* Ryan52 still feels confused by that explaination, but will let it go :)01:04
crimsunit's fine if upstream wants to maintain it externally; that's his choice. it's Ubuntu's job to work with upstream to get it right.01:05
Ryan52oh, ok.01:06
nhandlercrimsun: Is there a changelog for this version?01:09
nhandlerWhat changes does it introduce/remove from ubuntu?01:09
crimsunnhandler: the changelog is in the source package; the major change is documented in bug 4644701:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 46447 in grabcd "grabcd-encode's script has absurdly generic name" [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/4644701:10
crimsunnhandler: there have never been ubuntu modifications. this source package has always been synced directly from upstream's repository.01:11
nhandlerOk, just wanted to make sure01:11
crimsunno prob, i appreciate you asking. (i used to ask, too, when i was core-dev)01:11
nhandlercrimsun: Looks good.01:17
bbechdolevening everyone01:35
crimsunnhandler: thanks for the ack03:44
nhandlerNo problem crimsun03:44
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dholbachgood morning06:46
greg-ggood night06:47
dholbachhiya greg-g!06:50
greg-gheya dholbach :)06:51
thekorngood morning07:55
dholbachhi thekorn08:16
thekornhiya dholbach08:16
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aracan anybody have a look to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/notification-daemon/+bug/13122709:20
ubottuError: This bug is private09:20
araI guess no... :)09:20
araIt is now public: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/notification-daemon/+bug/13122709:23
ubottuError: This bug is private09:23
arait is, but the bot is kind slow :)09:23
thekornara, hi, looking at https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/notification-daemon it looks like this one has some duplicates09:31
arathekorn: yes, the bug has been there for quite a while, but now in jaunty, as you can read from my comments it is far more visible09:35
arathekorn: I think that this should be fixed in jaunty09:35
thekornara, is this PopUp Notifications Settings dialog new in jaunty? cannot find it on intrepid09:37
thekornor maybe I'm blind09:37
tseliotthekorn: it's either in System/Preferences or in System/Administration09:38
arathekorn: yes, PopUp Notifications Settings is new in Jaunty. which makes this bug easier to see09:39
arathekorn: if you see the original report, the bug was not trivial to reproduce, but now in jaunty is09:39
tseliot¡Hola ara! ;)09:40
arahey tseliot!!09:41
rick_wHello, is it normal that the shut down window pops _under_ my active apps when putting my machine to sleep?09:45
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dholbachwould somebody like to give a session about backtraces and debugging stuff at Ubuntu Developer Week?14:35
dholbachwe still have some open slots available: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek/Prep14:35
dholbachpedro_: ^ who do you think could give such a session? :)14:42
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andresmujicai would like to help translating some bug related opensession to spanish...15:30
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savvasI've found a guy spamming at bugs.launchpad.net19:29
ubottuLaunchpad bug 187183 in libgnomeui "nautilus crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()" [High,Fix released]19:30
BUGabundosavvas: open a question on LP against malone, and let LP admins fix it!19:30
BUGabundoor email the LP users ML19:30
savvason my way :)19:31
hggdhor just go to #launchpad and comment there19:31
BUGabundohggdh: LP devs seem to prefer the other 2 !19:31
BUGabundoso it get recored19:31
hggdhBUGabundo, last times I contacted them was via #lp... but it is good to know19:32
BUGabundoI'm not saying it won't work!19:32
BUGabundojust that from what I've read on the ML, LP Answer 1st and them ML19:33
hggdhheh, I understand, np ;-)19:33
BUGabundoare the prefered way19:33
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snap-lOK, I'm a little perturbed21:20
snap-lBug 300694: I provided a core dump, but now I'm being asked to provide a backtrace.21:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 300694 in rhythmbox "rhythmbox crashed while downloading podcasts" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/30069421:21
snap-lIt seems no matter how the program crashes, I'm not providing enough information.21:21
seb128snap-l: that's because the retracing didn't give an useful backtrace21:22
snap-lWhat would make it more useful?21:22
seb128snap-l: that's a duplicate of bug #276603, pedro has just been quick to needinfo it21:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 276603 in rhythmbox "crashed while listening to a mp3 podcast" [Medium,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27660321:23
snap-lAnd why doesn't apport provide the info required?21:24
seb128it does21:24
snap-lSeems every time I submit an Apport generated bug, it flies back incomplete/need info.21:25
seb128the retracing didn't work correctly though because the retracers were down for some time and the versions changed21:25
snap-l(Sorry, you're reciving the brunt of some built-up frustration with the system. :) )21:25
snap-lSo it's better now?21:25
seb128the retracers were stopped for a month due to technical issues21:25
seb128they are restarted now21:25
seb128but since versions changed a lot it's likely retracing will not always work on those21:26
snap-lOK. I'll pull the talons and fireworks back for now.21:26
seb128usually retracing works correctly on most of the bugs sent21:26
snap-lThanks for the explanation.21:26
seb128you're welcome21:26
martinosamigoshi everyone21:33
martinosamigosis there a bug with samba on ubuntu server?21:33
Rocket2DMnok i need some help with bug 312259 - could the problem potentially be that the user isnt in the fuse usergroup?  i would expect something other than that21:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 312259 in screen "Screen must be started with sudo on first use" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31225921:50
anderskPerhaps something bad happened to /etc/rcS.d/S70screen-cleanup -> /etc/init.d/screen-cleanup?21:51
Rocket2DMni had never even heard of that init script21:52
Rocket2DMnthe user did reinstall screen, and it didnt help21:52
anderskReinstalling doesn’t necessarily fix conffiles.  Purging and reinstalling would.21:52
Rocket2DMnwell, it's an in init script, it should have been removed upon uninstall21:53
Rocket2DMni can ask the use to --purge if youd like, but i want to consider other options, too21:53
anderskNope, initscripts in /etc, which makes them conffiles, and therefore they are only deleted on purge.21:55
Rocket2DMnhm, news to me, ok then21:56
Rocket2DMnI'll have the user purge and install again, can you think of anything else?21:56
anderskThat is my best guess, because /etc/init.d/screen-cleanup is responsible for creating /var/run/screen and setting the correct permissions (root:utmp).21:56
Rocket2DMnyeah the permissions looked correct though21:57
anderskHe showed the permissions on /var/run, not the permissions on /var/run/screen.21:57
Rocket2DMnthats why i wondered if it was a filesystem or user config problem21:57
Rocket2DMnhe showed both21:58
Rocket2DMnah wait21:58
anderskI only see /var/run and /usr/bin/screen, not /var/run/screen.21:58
Rocket2DMnso just have him sudo apt-get remove --purge screen  ?21:59
Rocket2DMnthen install it again?21:59
anderskUnfortunately, ubuntu-desktop depends on screen.21:59
Rocket2DMnwell thats not good22:00
anderskSo you need sudo dpkg --force-depends --purge screen sudo apt-get install screen22:00
andersk(er, those are two commands)22:00
Rocket2DMnyeah, got it :)22:00
Rocket2DMnalright andersk , we'll see what happens, thanks for the help22:04
bdmurrayjames_w: is there a hardy backport of launchpadlib?22:59
james_wbdmurray: I don't believe so23:00
bdmurrayjames_w: do you have an idea of how much work it would involve?23:01
james_wit would be 3 packages to backport I believe23:03
bdmurrayjames_w: never mind, it seems to be installed on the server I'm on23:04
james_wah, ok23:05
bdmurraylucky me!23:05
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