kostmo  --enable-debug=[no/minimum/yes]00:00
kostmo                          turn on debugging [default=minimum]00:00
kostmomake and make install when smoothly, but I can't tell if i'm running the new version, or where the supposed extra output is going00:19
hggdhwhere did it get installed?00:19
kostmohmm I'm not sure00:20
kostmois there a way to find out?00:20
hggdhwell, yes. the output of configure should say00:21
hggdhprobably /usr/local (default for configure)00:21
kostmook, i restarted since then but i'll re-run configure00:22
hggdhlook at config.log00:22
kostmoI see a line in the log that says prefix='/usr/local'00:24
hggdhthat is it00:24
hggdhso you will have to override the normal load path00:25
kostmois the normal load path not /usr/local?00:25
hggdhit is not00:25
hggdh(unless you added it in)00:25
kostmoi don't believe so00:25
kostmoHow do I go about with this override?00:26
hggdhenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib/<whatever>' should work. I think. But I am not a GTK expert00:26
kostmoHow would I find out what the normal load path is?00:29
hggdh/usr/local is set aside for local, non-ubuntu-provided, installs00:30
kostmook "env LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib/ GDK_DEBUG=events ./leave_notify_testcase" seems to be working00:32
hggdhkostmo, anyway, you really would not want to replace the official libraries by you make00:34
kostmoyeah, I was worried how I would get rid of mine once I was done testing00:34
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kostmobut I'd say this went pretty smoothly00:35
kostmothanks for your help! now I'll be able to generate a trace to post00:35
hggdhwelcome, kostmo00:36
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calchow do i reassign this bug to openoffice.org in ubuntu, bug 31669202:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 316692 in openoffice-pkgs "Chart data taken from first sheet only" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31669202:51
calci tried changing it to 'openoffice.org' but launchpad barfs on it02:51
calcdoes it require i make a new task (GAG)?02:52
calci tried also reassigning it to just ubuntu but it didn't seem to like that either02:53
calcit claims also there are 2 errors but it only shows one to me afaict02:54
Rocket2DMncalc, that bug isnt currently filed under Ubuntu02:59
Rocket2DMnif you want to file it under Ubuntu as well, click on Also affects distribution02:59
calcRocket2DMn: yea and no way to reassign it to it, without making a new task which is annoying since you can't delete invalid tasks so you always get bugmail about it02:59
Rocket2DMnwell its currently filed against a project, not a packag ein ubuntu03:00
calcone of the biggests annoyances with launchpad03:00
calcRocket2DMn: yea, but you can't reassign between projects like you can between packages in ubuntu without having to create a new task03:00
calci happen to be the owner of the project so i will always get duplicate email now about this bug03:00
calchopefully the fix to allow deletion of bugtasks will come sooner than later03:01
* calc is surprised that wasn't one of the first features complained about when launchpad was initially rolled out03:02
Rocket2DMnyou shouldnt get multiple emails about it b/c its the same bug number03:02
calcRocket2DMn: oh ok03:02
calci get lots of email that i shouldn't due to this issue in general but in this case perhaps i won't get duplicate mail :)03:03
Rocket2DMnyou can always unsubscribe from bugs too03:04
Rocket2DMngl, im out03:06
cprofitthey folks...03:18
cprofittwill this be were the pre-global bug jam sessions will be held?03:18
NCommanderCan someone who is an admin on bugsquad fix my account? Its about expire, and clicking renew only gave me three extra hours ....05:43
dholbachgood morning06:39
duanedesigndholbach: good morning, I always know it is time for me to retire for the evening when I see your good morning post in the bug squad chat room.:) We really are a global community.07:10
dholbachduanedesign: where are you based? :)07:11
duanedesigndholbach: U.S. Tulsa, Oklahoma more specifically07:14
duanedesignyour in Europe I think?07:14
dholbachduanedesign: that clearly sounds like bed o' clock07:14
dholbachduanedesign: yep, Berlin, Germany07:14
Flanneldholbach: Oh.  Some of us were wondering if it'd be possible to get the SVG (or whatever other source) of the bugjam logo thing07:15
dholbachFlannel: you'd need to ask kwwii about it - I think he did it07:16
FlannelAlright, thanks07:18
thekornhello bugsquad!08:24
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affluxhello thekorn!10:25
afflux(wow, only 2h response time)10:26
thekornhi afflux ;)10:26
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thekornbug 29571913:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 295719 in matplotlib "python-matplotlib: Exception when drawing image on 64-bit system" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/29571913:52
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hggdhgood morning to all15:04
benstewhat's the difference between irc.freenode.org and irc.ubuntu.org?16:29
bensteis this here also right for https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BugSquad16:29
BUGabundo_workbenste: none afaik. its just an alias16:30
bensteBUGabundo_work thanks16:30
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bdmurraypedro_: Have you seen anything like bug 125130?  I've been testing for 24 hours on Intrepid and have been unable to recreate it.16:55
ubottuLaunchpad bug 125130 in ubuntu "Shift + Numpad option fails at random" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/12513016:55
pedro_bdmurray: nope nothing like that16:58
bdmurraypedro_: which package should it be filed about?16:59
pedro_bdmurray: could you assign it to gnome-control-center for now?16:59
pedro_bdmurray: ^ ;-)16:59
savvasanyone here?17:19
ubottuA large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?17:19
savvasWhen a bug is set as invalid do I remove the bug tags as well?17:19
charlie-tcano, the tags can stay17:19
charlie-tcaAll you need is to change the Status and put a comment in about it17:20
savvasIs this ok: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/moodle/+bug/16491517:21
ubottuUbuntu bug 164915 in moodle "No update-notifier in Ubuntu Server" [Low,Invalid]17:21
charlie-tcaWell, it is a packaging bug, so bugsquad would normally leave it alone. But, if you are the dev, yes it is good.17:23
savvasI'm not the dev of moodle, I just checked the sources and compared the bash scripts of debian/postinst (and other files related to "update-notifier")17:25
savvasmaybe it was present in an earlier version, the good thing is that it's not present now :)17:25
savvasthanks for the help :)17:26
savvascharlie-tca: can you set its importance to Low? I'm not a member of Bugsquad yet17:27
savvassorry, I meant *unset its importance17:27
charlie-tcaIt does not need to be unset if status is changed to invalid. It is okay :-)17:27
charlie-tcaThe importance no longer counts when you set status to invalid17:28
savvasoh cool then17:28
savvason to the next one :P17:28
charlie-tcaGood job!17:29
charlie-tcaThanks for helping17:29
CarlFK1reporting a kernel panic - what's the package?17:36
charlie-tcaWhat version of ubuntu?17:37
charlie-tca8.04 and higher, linux17:37
CarlFK1ibex, 2.6.27-11-generic x86_6417:38
charlie-tcapackage will be "linux"17:40
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NCommanderIs there any bugsquad admins around?17:47
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* Netcowboy Down19:11
karoogacan someone confirm a thunderbird bug in intrepid before I file a report?19:15
karoogainformation in subject line for certain UTF8 specified RSS feeds doesn't seem to get encoded correctly.19:17
savvasCan someone set this to Triaged: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/puppet/+bug/11641719:24
ubottuUbuntu bug 116417 in puppet "puppetmasterd and puppetca have no man pages" [Low,Confirmed]19:24
savvasI've forwarded it to debian and sent patches there19:24
savvasthanks maco :)19:25
savvasI think I'm ready to join the bugsquad :P19:25
nhandlersavvas: Then go ahead and join the team on Launchpad. It is an open team19:26
macobug squad is open membership19:26
savvasah wait, I meant the other team where I have access to set the status to Triaged19:27
nhandlerBug Control19:27
savvasI'll enroll myself for approval19:27
nhandlersavvas: You need to send an application to the mailing list for that team19:27
savvashttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugControl for info right?19:28
savvasI'll read about it, thanks for the information :)19:29
MrKanistercan bug #93292 be closed?19:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 93292 in gnome-session "gnome-session dialog could use gnome-power-manager" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/9329219:48
EagleScreeni just have filed a bug against checkinstall: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/checkinstall/+bug/31725521:04
ubottuUbuntu bug 317255 in checkinstall "checkinstall is not compatible with the recent changes Ubuntu made to dev packaging" [Undecided,New]21:04
chrisccoulsonEagleScreen - that doesn't look like a bug21:10
chrisccoulsonit looks like user error21:10
chrisccoulsonare you using the control file shipped with the kmess source package?21:10
RAOFNo; he'll be using checkinstall, which builds its own control file.21:11
chrisccoulsoni didn't think checkinstall built its own control file? (sorry, i havent used it in a little while)21:11
chrisccoulsoni thought that you had to manually create the control file as it would appear in the binary package when using checkinstall21:12
chrisccoulsonor maybe i'm really confused:/21:12
chrisccoulsoni'm wrong i think21:12
RAOFAFAIK, checkinstall does everything for you.  You run it instead of "make install", and it generates all sorts of badness.21:13
chrisccoulsonyeah, checkinstall is truly horrid21:13
chrisccoulsonIIRC correctly, checkinstall asks you to manually specify the dependencies21:14
chrisccoulsoni could be wrong though. it's been a long time since i used it21:14
chrisccoulsonhi seb128, would you mind taking a quick look at bug 317248 - it seems to be a regression of bug 150854. i had a quick look at the upstream report, and got the impression that all packages calling ghelp:gnome-feedback need updating22:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 317248 in gnome-applets "Weather-applet Help/ URI "ghelp:gnome-feedback" error" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31724822:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 150854 in gnome-user-docs "ghelp:gnome-feedback doesn't work in Feisty" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/15085422:10
chrisccoulsonso i wasnt sure if it should remain a gnome-applets bug or should be a gnome-user-docs bug22:11
seb128chrisccoulson: seems to be http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=335968 which is still open22:14
ubottuGnome bug 335968 in docs "Fold Feedback docs into the User Guide" [Enhancement,Unconfirmed]22:14
seb128chrisccoulson: that's not a gnome-applets bug, not sure what upstream component should have this documentation though but that's rather an GNOME question22:15
chrisccoulsonthanks, yeah i wasn't sure. gnome bug 335968 was linked from bug 150854, but that got closed as fixed22:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 150854 in gnome-user-docs "ghelp:gnome-feedback doesn't work in Feisty" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/15085422:15
seb128right, not sure why22:15
chrisccoulsoni'll link the upstream gnome bug for now - it seems that this is still something that they're trying to work out anyway22:15
seb128there is no gnome-feedback current installed22:15
chrisccoulsonyeah, the gnome bug says the "ghelp:gnome-feedback" link should be migrated to "ghelp:user-guide?feedback" across the whole of the gnome documentation22:16
chrisccoulsonat least that is how i read it22:17
seb128that's something they should sort either way is correct22:18
seb128either they should update the code to call the correct uri or they should make what is called working22:19
chrisccoulsonyeah, i agree. thanks22:19
seb128thank you for the bug work you are doing ;-)22:20
chrisccoulsonyou're welcome:)22:22
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rbrunhuberI just had a talk in #ubuntu+1 where someone else confirmed, that the 2.6.28-4 initramfs has an error which prevents people from booting in a encrypted lvm setup.22:42
chrisccoulsonthat bug is fixed i think22:44
chrisccoulsoncant remember the bug number off the top of my head22:44
chrisccoulsonthe initramfs hook didn't create the /etc/udev/rules.d folder22:44
chrisccoulsonbug 31487922:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 314879 in lvm2 "root on LVM broken since latest udev 136-2" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31487922:46
chrisccoulsonthats the one22:46
RAOFThat one's beeen fixed, yeah.  There's actually another one, which'll have to do with cryptsetup.22:47
chrisccoulsonthanks RAOF22:48
rbrunhuberYes right I just installed all the newest updates a few minutes ago so this is another bug.22:49
rbrunhuberWtf, if i search for linux-image-2.6.28-4-generic it says: No packages matching 'linux-image-2.6.28-4-generic' are published in Ubuntu.22:56
RAOFrbrunhuber: You're after cryptsetup.22:58
rbrunhuberRAOF: is it cryptsetup or initramfs(-tools)22:59
RAOFrbrunhuber: _Probably_ cryptsetup.23:00
rbrunhuberRAOF: if I unterstood you right cryptsetup is not included in initramfs23:01
RAOFWell, it is.  It's just not getting called correctly, it seems.23:01
rbrunhuberSo what should be the bug summary?<23:01
rbrunhuberRAOF: cryptsetup not called in initram on linux-image-2.6.28-4-generic?23:02
RAOFcryptsetup for cryptroot not called in initramfs.23:03
RAOFThe linux-image bit is almost certainly irrelevant.23:03
rbrunhuberRAOF: Not really as the installation of the image triggers the update which causes this mess.23:04
RAOFBut you can trigger it in other ways.23:04
rbrunhuberRAOF: meaning the update of the initramfs23:04
RAOFYeah.  Run "sudo update-initramfs -k all -u".  That'll break the other kernels for you :)23:05
RAOFMention it in the description if you want, but I don't think you want it in the summary.23:05
rbrunhuberRAOF: I'll go for: cryptsetup for root on encrypted lvm not called in initramfs.23:05
RAOFSounds good to me.23:05
rbrunhuberRAOF: What logs and other information should i provide?23:08
rbrunhuberRAOF: I think everything suggested on the bugreport screen is useless, because i do not run the flawed config. Am I right?23:09
RAOFapt-cache policy of cryptsetup, lvm2, watershed, and udev is likely to be interesting.23:10
RAOFOh, and possibly initramfs-tools23:11
rbrunhuberRAOF: please have a look on bug 31729723:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 317297 in ubuntu "[jaunty] cryptsetup for root on encrypted lvm not called in initramfs." [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31729723:18
rbrunhuberRAOF: Maybe you can also confirm it.23:19
rbrunhuberRAOF: ping23:23
RAOFDoing so now.23:23
rbrunhuberRAOF: You lucky man being in sydney...23:35
RAOFIt's too hot :P23:35
rbrunhuberRAOF: Tell me it is too hot we have up to -20 °C in germany...23:36
RAOFrbrunhuber: This has bugged me for a while... What's the compose sequence for °? :)23:36
rbrunhuberRAOF: what do you mean?23:37
RAOFHow did you type the degrees symbol.23:37
rbrunhuberRAOF: On the german keyboard it is just left of the 1 key.23:38
rbrunhuberRAOF: So you press shift + "left of 1 key"23:38
RAOFLucky you :)23:39
rbrunhuberRAOF: You have the degrees, we can at least type them ;-)23:40
rbrunhuberRAOF: maybe you can try alt+017623:42
* RAOF doesn't care _that_ much.23:43
rbrunhuberRAOF: Thanks for confirming my bugreport. Hope it gets fixed soon.23:47
HewIt's 39° here, I missed how hot it was for RAOF.23:51

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