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aramorning :-)07:13
davmor2Morning everybody09:32
arahey davmor2!09:34
aramorning schwuk09:54
schwukHi ara09:54
davmor2schwuk: Morning Dude10:03
* ara reboots10:12
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schwukdavmor2: how goes it?10:15
davmor2Fine thanks you10:15
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davmor2is anyone else having issues with alternate jaunty?11:47
asachi. bug 316452 is fixed. so you can verify this in your upgrade tests once the bits are built and published. Thanks!12:38
ubot5Launchpad bug 316452 in nss "[jaunty] last update broke some libraries (libnss3-1d,  libnspr4-0d)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31645212:38
BUGabundo_workmajor bug with yesterday daily installer14:11
BUGabundo_workI choose a swap,  plus the rest of the disc for / with ext414:12
BUGabundo_workand the installer replaces that schema with a 8gibs / ext3 and the rest of the disc etx3 /home14:12
araBUGabundo_work: have you reported it¿14:14
BUGabundo_workara: just found it!14:14
BUGabundo_worktrying to make a new install to test ext414:14
BUGabundo_workcan't proceed!14:14
BUGabundo_workit won't let me choose my partition schema!14:14
BUGabundo_workit insists in lableling them aas ext3 and making one for /home14:15
BUGabundo_workeven when I just want one partition for the all disc and /14:15
BUGabundo_workguess I'll need to go to the console!14:15
BUGabundo_workara: any tips on how to make the partitions and force the installer to accept them?14:20
BUGabundo_workplus gparted still doesn't support ext414:22
BUGabundo_workwhat was the command to make a partition with ext4?14:23
araBUGabundo_work: have you pinged cjwatson? he might now something more about it14:23
davmor2BUGabundo_work: you can use cfdisk14:23
davmor2or fdisk14:24
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sbeattieBUGabundo_work: mkfs.ext4 is probably what you want.15:13
BUGabundo_workI have15:18
BUGabundo_worksbeattie: I've discussed with him on #you-dev15:19
sbeattieBUGabundo_work: I see. but if you manually want to set up an ext4 partition, use any of the partition managers to create it, and then mkfs.ext4 should let you partition it as ext4; though that probably will be difficult to get a / on ext4.15:21
BUGabundo_worksbeattie: why?15:22
sbeattiewhy what?15:22
BUGabundo_workwhy won't / run on ext4 ?15:22
sbeattiejust the approach of manually formatting / as ext4 might be difficult, you'd be playing games underneath the installer and it might not like that. mkfs.ext4 will wipe out any existing data on the disk... though I don't know if there's a way to go from ext3 -> ext4 like there is for ext2 -> ext315:24
BUGabundo_workthe disk is to be formated!15:25
sbeattieright, but if you do it after the installer thinks its done formatting and has starting to write data to the partition, things will likely break.15:28
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sbeattiedavmor2: I'm testing a fix for the iso downloader, but testing it involves updating my cache of isos, so it'll be a few minutes.17:45
davmor2sbeattie: to speed it up you could go for --only xubuntu it's the one causing the problem this time17:45
davmor2stops on 64bit17:46
sbeattieyeah, I don't have a recent xubuntu image, so that'd be a slow testcase for me.17:46
sbeattieis it failing because the MD5SUMs doesn't exist?17:46
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davmor2no 64 live failed to build so I don't know if the md5sum listed it but the image wasn't there or what17:47
sbeattiedavmor2: okay, I think I have a fix in place.17:57
sbeattierev 5217:58
bdmurraysbeattie: so you couldn't recreate the original bug in bug 204133?17:58
ubot5Launchpad bug 204133 in wubi/8.04 "wubi install unusable - Buffer I/O error on device loop0" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/20413317:58
sbeattieno, I couldn't, but I didn't do an actual wubi install.17:58
bdmurraymy last comment in the bug seems to indicate I couldn't either though17:59
sbeattieI was trying to set up a mock environment https://bugs.launchpad.net/wubi/8.04/+bug/204133/comments/2117:59
ubot5Launchpad bug 204133 in wubi/8.04 "wubi install unusable - Buffer I/O error on device loop0" [High,In progress]17:59
bdmurrayRight, I saw that17:59
bdmurrayI'll give it a go again18:00
sbeattiebdmurray: thanks.18:00
bdmurrayShould I test using a 8.04.1 iso?18:00
bdmurrayor just 8.04?18:00
sbeattiehum. dunno. maybe 8.04 would be a better starting point.18:01
davmor2sbeattie: bdmurray: I can have a proper look at it tomorrow and speak with xivulon (ago) who writes it18:15
davmor2I need to go I'll chat with you tomorrow18:21
xivulonbdmurray: hi18:25
xivulondavmor2 raised the flag on #20413318:25
bdmurrayxivulon: what do you mean?18:26
xivulon17:21] <davmor2> xivulon: can you have another look at https://launchpad.net/bugs/20413318:27
ubot5Launchpad bug 204133 in wubi/8.04 "wubi install unusable - Buffer I/O error on device loop0" [High,In progress]18:27
xivulonwas this in relation to 8.04.2?18:28
bdmurrayxivulon: yes, I was going to try recreating it today18:28
sbeattiexivulon: yes, 8.04.2 release is coming up on the 22nd, and we're trying to clear out any outstanding SRUs for hardy in prep for that; ntfs-3g is one of them.18:30
xivulonthat bug lead to a few changes in several places and spread upon 2 versions18:30
xivulonhave to look at the status of 8.04.1 since I forgot what ended up being in there18:31
bdmurrayxivulon: I guess we are looking for a good way to recreate the bug.18:31
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xivulonok bdmurray, did some digging to refresh the memory18:51
xivulonin short I do not think there is any reason to upgrade ntfs18:51
xivulonbecause users cannot take advantage of that without an updated lupin package18:52
xivulonwhich would be 0.22 (0.20 is in hardy update)18:52
xivulonas for the testing (if it is required anyway), it is hard to reproduce faults due to dirty_flag18:53
xivulonmostly you try to prove that the patch does not break things18:54
xivulonwhich I had done at the time18:55
xivulonbut again I do not think that 1:1.2216-1ubuntu3 needs to be pushed further18:55
xivulonI will ask slangasek to remove ubuntu3 from proposed18:57
sbeattiexivulon: thanks19:08
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bdmurraysbeattie: I've been unable to recreate bug 20413322:05
ubot5Launchpad bug 204133 in wubi/8.04 "wubi install unusable - Buffer I/O error on device loop0" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/20413322:05
_MMA_Anyone test Studios AMD64 disk and have X *not* start w/nVidia? I'm burning norm Ubuntu now to see if it happens there also. Same drivers/kernel Should be the same.22:44
_MMA_slangasek: Are the Ubuntu disks being respun? If so why? And should Studios?22:52
slangasek_MMA_: Ubuntu disks are oversized until OOo toes the line.22:53
_MMA_Ahh.. OK. Saw that. 790MB.22:53
_MMA_stgrabber: Can a question (tickbox, whatever) be added to to the tracker to ask if the test was virtual or not? I've had successful tests virtually that failed on real HW and vice-versa.22:59
_MMA_Im getting a black screen while testing Ubuntu/Studio AMD64. Is this known?23:45
charlie-tca_MMA_: +1 here for xubuntu23:46
_MMA_Oh Ouch.23:47
_MMA_charlie-tca: nVidia GFX?23:47
charlie-tcano, the tickbox23:47
_MMA_Oh. hehe23:47
* charlie-tca still learning to specify23:48
_MMA_slangasek: Aside from the OO.o issue, if Ubuntu is respun for any tech reason, Studio should as well. I'm have no luck with AMD64 not matter the flavor ATM.23:51

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