LupineThis should be a WishList: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pidgin/+bug/31161500:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 311615 in pidgin "New chat windows unconditionally spawn in top left" [Undecided,New]00:06
LupineAs well as this one: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pidgin/+bug/31150300:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 311503 in pidgin "different window sizes" [Undecided,New]00:06
Rocket2DMnLupine, wishlisted the second one00:10
Rocket2DMnthat first one seems more like a regression00:10
Lupinebut it's not really a bug though, right?  true it's annoying, and I do agree with the reporter...so how should I typically handle these?00:12
Rocket2DMnthe reporter said it behaved as expected before00:12
Rocket2DMnthen with an update it stopped00:12
Rocket2DMnso the user is complaining about a change in behavior, not a new feature00:13
Lupineagreed, and I read over the pidgin developer ticket: http://developer.pidgin.im/ticket/717200:15
Lupineso....maybe I should do this00:15
Lupinere-assign the bug to the specific window manager the user is using?00:15
Lupinein this case, metacity00:16
Lupinethis is one of those more confusing bugs, but I would like to learn from this one, so I'll know next time00:16
Rocket2DMnits possible its a WM problem00:16
LupineI think so, I will reassign and post an explanation to the user.  thanks for the feedback00:18
Hobbseebug 31617401:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 316174 in language-pack-es "All translations gone" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31617401:56
Rocket2DMnthats weird01:57
Rocket2DMnintrepid-updates has a newer version than jaunty, lol01:58
ToHellWithGAHobbsee: @lart 3402:55
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StevePearceHello all, I would like to ask a question about recording/changing a Jaunty bug.15:55
StevePearceFirst time bug reporting. So im doing my research before tinkering in Launchpad.15:55
StevePearceThe issue I am having is with Jaunty's partitioning tool in Ubiquity (GTK).15:55
StevePearceI am trying to achieve the following: Create a new partition table, create a 20gb / (primary), 10gb /home (logical), 6gb swap (logical) and then allocate the rest to a /data (logical) partition.15:56
StevePearceUbiquity fails at creating the swap partition and instead creates a /var or /usr. I am able to repeat the issue.15:56
StevePearceHunting through launchpad (to see if developers were aware of the issue) I noticed this post https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/311799 with a "new" status.15:56
ubottuUbuntu bug 311799 in ubiquity "[jaunty] ubiquity turns swap partition into /home" [Undecided,New]15:56
StevePearceMy question is essentially this: what do I change? Do I confirm this report? Again, this is my first time reporting/altering a bug.15:56
andresmujicathat's nice16:01
andresmujicai believe you should confirm this bug16:01
StevePearceok, thanks16:01
andresmujicareporting you're case, and reporting what to do to repeat it.16:01
andresmujicaan we can change the description to extend it to other fs like /var or /usr16:02
andresmujicareporting your case (sorry)16:02
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andresmujicaStevePearce did you already comment to the bug?16:18
StevePearcei have literally just posted the changes.16:19
andresmujicalet me check16:20
StevePearcethankyou for the help16:20
StevePearceI now feel more comfortable checking out bug reports16:20
andresmujicathanks to you for reporting the issue16:21
andresmujicaSteve, check if you've got this file /var/log/installer/partman and attach it to the report16:24
andresmujicaalso add this /var/log/installer/syslog16:25
andresmujicaand if you've got the time it would be great if you can add16:25
andresmujicathe file /var/log/installer/debug  created by running  ubiquity --debug16:26
StevePearceandresmujica, i haven't got a "syslog" or "partman" in the /var/log/installer directory16:39
StevePearce"debug" however is there, with a few thousand lines16:39
StevePearceshould i pop it in a pastebin? or will it be fine to include in a comment?16:39
andresmujicai'm not really familiar with ubiquity but add the debug one, it may include useful information.16:40
apwwould this be the right place to ask whether i am about to use launchpad correctly, specifically i we are working on a change which affects multiple packages, i am presuming (and want to confirm) it would be appropriate to use one bug with multiple tasks one per package affected?16:40
andresmujicaadd it as attachment16:40
StevePearceok, thanks16:40
student022Hi! I have installed Ubuntu8.04 on server B and run the gnome desktop on B, accessing it with nxclient from A. When I open a gnome-terminal from within the desktop on B, I get an error "There was an error creating the child process for this terminal". How to avoid this?16:41
student022I found reports on /etc/fstab or udev errors that prevent the /dev/pts directory from having the right settings. But /dev/pts/0 exits, so its probably something else.16:41
student022When logging in to B from A using ssh -X, I can open gnome-terminal without problems. It only happens under Gnome (or KDE with konsole, respectively.)16:41
persiaStevePearce, syslog and partman are found in /var/log/ directly16:43
affluxapw: yes, it most probably is appropriate16:43
StevePearceok persia16:43
persiaapw, How many tasks are you considering?  Generally it becomes unwieldy for more than about 10, due to an outstanding bug with implicit subscriptions.16:43
andresmujicahmm, i'm gonna edit the wiki then, it says they're located at /var/log/installer16:44
apwpersia, three16:44
bdmurrayandresmujica: which wiki page is wrong?16:44
persiaapw, Then almost certainly as tasks against a single bug, yes.16:44
andresmujicahmm.. i'm re-reading maybe i misunderstood ??  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingUbiquity/AttachingLogs16:45
apwpersia, thanks thats great16:45
andresmujicait seems that while the installation is in progress the files are located at /var/log .. then they move to /var/log/installer.. right?16:46
bdmurrayYes, that's correct16:46
persiaNot quite.  Different logs go in different places.16:46
persiaOh, post-install?16:46
bdmurrayandresmujica: so that wiki page could use some clarification it seems16:48
persiaOh nifty: I think I never got that far when having installer issues.16:48
andresmujicayeap, i'm working on it..16:48
andresmujicaok. done16:56
andresmujicaif a bug is solved by a package uploaded to Jaunty, which would be the right path ? a backport or a SRU?.  The bug affects hw and just installing the Jaunty package would it be solved.. bug #26285317:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 262853 in ov51x-jpeg "ov51x-jpeg-source won't build against kernel 2.6.27, but 1.5.9 (already in Jaunty) would." [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26285317:45
james_wandresmujica: SRU probably17:46
andresmujicaok, i'll fill it like SRU then. thks17:47
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james_wandresmujica: yeah, the new upstream is a targeted patch. It would be up to the SRU team exactly how to proceed, but the work of updating the package would be easy17:49
andresmujicaok, i believe that too.17:50
james_wpedro_: you know a new network manager hit Jaunty today? Does that affect the bug day at all?19:59
pedro_james_w: don't think it could affect the hug day but i can update the bug list let's say Wednesday to include some of those new bugs (in case they're)20:01
pedro_or regenerate the list if needed20:01
MrKanisterI think it's good to have a very latest version in Jaunty for tests20:01
pedro_indeed, having the latest version is always good ;-)20:02
MrKanisterhaving Jaunty on a test machine helps so much :)20:03
petskiHi, I'm looking for a way to trace all system calls: "strace" can only trace one (actually 32) process/command at the time. Any other way then just wrap a shell script for this functionality? (LTTng seems overkill)20:07
macothekorn: what is error 104? the 5aday applet just said "could not add bug #.... error 104"20:20
thekornmaco, don't know, let me check the code20:23
macothekorn: when i did it from the cli right after it said that the bug had been added though. i keep having that happen lately. kinda confusing :-/20:23
thekornhmm, #104: error while committing changes20:24
macoso why does the cli say it's already been added?20:24
macoi havent used 5aday much in the last few months...the last 3 or 4 times i tried, i got errors from the applet and the cli claimed that it had already been added20:25
thekornmaco, don't know, can you please file a bug and subscribe me, I will have a look at it tomorrow morning, can't look at it right now20:25
thekornyeah, this looks wired20:26
macoer... i dont think i have enough info for a proper bug report20:27
andresmujicamaco: from time to time i've got the same issue... normally is beacuse a commit get stucked20:28
andresmujicamaco: gimme a sec i'll look the commands i use to solve it...20:28
macowell bzr says there's nothing uncommitted20:29
andresmujicatake a look via web into the last commit to check if the latest bug added to 5-a-day is there...20:32
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torkianoCan someone  confirm bug 299869 ?22:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 299869 in kdewebdev "[intrepid] quanta suggest install cervisia that is already installed" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/29986922:10
torkiano(I'm the reporter)22:10
milos_i don't remember when I last lol'd on bug report since this one https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/31654722:17
ubottuUbuntu bug 316547 in ubuntu "The resolution off my new system is not richt" [Undecided,Incomplete]22:17

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