Rocket2DMnok guys, so i have a bug 32261001:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322610 in gnome-power-manager "Screen brightness not 100% at boot or resume from monitor sleep" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32261001:25
Rocket2DMnbrightness works correctly by default in the older kernel01:25
Rocket2DMnwhen running lshal in the two kernels, the older kernel shows two entries for udi = '/org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/computer_backlight'01:26
Rocket2DMnthe newer kernel only shows one01:26
Rocket2DMndo we have a hal or kernel problem?01:26
cprofittmaybe the question scared them all in to quitting?01:29
* cprofitt smiles01:29
Rocket2DMni hope not, im leaning toward kernel, but id like somebody to disagree with me just to make this rollercoaster even better :)01:30
cprofittWas hal included in the updates with the Kernel?01:30
cprofittif not... not sure how it could be the hal01:30
Rocket2DMnno, you can attach the term.log i had you pastebin if you want01:32
cprofittrocket where is that log again?01:35
cprofittits saying the log is empty...01:38
cprofittnvm -- it was 'rights' issue01:39
cprofittRocket2DMn, is that it... we can triage and pass to the kernel dev team to take a look01:40
Rocket2DMncprofitt, im on the phone, ill finish in a few01:42
cprofittgotta go Rocket2DMn be back at 10pm EST if you need further information to get this move up the chain01:54
Rocket2DMnok cprofitt , im doing the triage right now01:54
Rocket2DMncprofitt, dmesg?01:55
Rocket2DMnagh i didnt ask for dmesg!01:55
Rocket2DMnill ask for it, go do what oy uneed to do01:55
cprofittyou want it from this kernel or the new one?01:56
Rocket2DMnlets do both since youre in the old one now01:56
Rocket2DMnlet me ask in the report first01:56
cprofittuploading now01:59
cprofittbe back in a few Rocket2DMn02:00
Rocket2DMni added my comment in case oy havent refreshed the page02:01
Rocket2DMncprofitt, you're using a Lenovo Thinkpad T500 right?02:04
andresmujicagood night squad!02:14
hggdhhey andresmujica02:26
cprofittman... some bug reports make you feel like using Windows again, heh?03:16
cprofittI feel like my left shoulder has been separated from my body and I have been asked to find the missing tendon03:17
* cprofitt smiles03:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322610 in linux "[Regression] Screen brightness not 100% at boot or resume from monitor sleep" [Low,Incomplete]03:17
hggdhbug 31940003:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 319400 in ubuntu "[needs-packaging] evolution-mapi " [Wishlist,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31940003:32
cprofittbug 32261003:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322610 in linux "[Regression] Screen brightness not 100% at boot or resume from monitor sleep" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32261003:32
cprofittdid not know I did not have to put the entire URL in03:33
cprofitthggdh, how are ya tonight03:36
hggdhcheers cprofitt, life is good03:37
cprofittman that bug I posted above made me tired tonight03:37
cprofittI got rocket a ton of files for it...03:37
cprofittI guess learning these bug things will just take some time03:39
hggdhyes, it does03:43
hggdhbut the payback is good: you get to be better at this03:43
cprofitthggdh, half the stuff he was asking for I had no clue it existed...03:43
cprofittyeah... it took me several years to get good at Windows... this should be easier since I can actually see the code and the errors03:44
cprofittand I do not get some meaningless error code that resulted from a lazy programmer not putting in the proper exception handling03:44
hggdhwell.. this also happens, but at least you can look at the source03:48
LaibschI'm working on bug 322565.  Can somebody please help me understand why I cannot convert it into a question?04:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322565 in linux "Key problem relating to Deluge ppa" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32256504:00
charlie-tcaLaibsch: you can not convert an invalid status. Change it back to new first.04:19
LaibschThe bug is not valid for linux04:19
LaibschIt is a valid question for deluge04:20
LaibschBut deluge does not use Launchpad Answers04:20
charlie-tcaIt will change it to invalid when you convert it. If you want to convert it, it can not be invalid first.04:20
LaibschWhich is why I cannot convert it04:20
Laibschcharlie-tca: The ticket is not a valid question for linux04:20
charlie-tcaThen you can not convert it.04:20
LaibschIt would be a valid question for deluge04:20
LaibschI just found that out.  I had read the error message too hastily before04:21
dholbachgood morning06:15
robbmunsonHey guys, did we ever make a greasemonkey script for fedora to help with bug triaging? I seem to have forgot with my old age if we did this or not :)06:46
robbmunsonah crap06:46
robbmunsoni meant ubuntu06:46
robbmunsonsorry...im dual booting06:46
* robbmunson is a member of both communities "bug squad" type teams as well.06:47
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TeTeTon bugnumbers, how do I get private bugs? When LP moved to openid, the cookie authentication method seems to no longer work08:25
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melodie_hi thekorn08:45
thekorn_hi melodie_08:46
melodie_I would like to ask for advice : I think it would be a good think to report bad screen resolution detection as a bug : my screen is 1024x768, distro a brand new Ubuntu/Xubuntu, and driver nvidia 173 for GeForce FX 520008:47
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melodie_actually, it offers : " 640x480        50.0*08:47
melodie_   320x240        51.008:47
melodie_and I'll have to struggle and tweak the xorg.conf to get the right result : isn't that a bug ?08:48
melodie_thekorn, are you used to be on this one channel regularly ? is there anything you can advise to me ?08:50
* melodie_ starts to be fed up tweaking xorg.conf's on distro that should be easy to deal with08:50
thekornmelodie_: sorry, I cannot help you right now,08:58
melodie_ok thekorn thanks for answering08:58
thekornIf you thing it's a bug, file a bugreport on bugs.launchpad.net/+filebug08:58
melodie_thekorn, yes, when the screen resolution will be useable. :)09:00
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TeTeTthekorn: any idea how to authenticate bugnumbers so it can see private bugs?09:08
thekornTeTeT: this should work with --cookie <Mozilla cookie>,09:11
thekornlet me double check09:11
TeTeTthekorn: cookie is the cookies.sqlite?09:11
TeTeTthekorn: it used to work in the past before LP used openid09:11
thekornTeTeT: right, cookie.sql for FF3 or cookies.txt for  >FF309:11
thekornhmm, I don't see how this i s related to OpenID, I think cookies are created anyway09:13
nhasianhello people09:14
thekornit works for me with bughelper 0.2.16 of intrepid09:14
TeTeTthekorn: works now, probably gave wrong path09:17
thekornTeTeT: ok, super09:18
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nhasiani just installed the 5-a-day.  when i type  bzr diff it says bzr: ERROR: Not a branch: "/home/nhasian/". what am i doing wrong?09:58
thekornnhasian:   cd ~/.5-a-day-<USERNAME>  and then   bzr diff10:03
nhasianah that worked.  thanks10:04
nhasianstarted learning how to help with bugs today10:04
CrownAmbassador Hi guys and gals. I've not been able to use my ADSL line since upgrading to Ubuntu 8.10 at the end of October. Searched around a lot, started threads in forums, reported bugs, but nothing. Got help here a week or so ago aswell, but couldn't figure it out. Has anyone else here heard of 8.10 having problems connecting to the internet via LAN/ADSL modem? The network card and modem works fine with Windows. I even tried the li10:18
CrownAmbassadorve CD in my works computer and get the same result. Just don't understand how it can do this in 2 computers and most other people don't have this problem. Extremely frustrating.10:18
nhasianCrownAmbassador, your nic is working fine and getting an ip address?10:21
andresmujicagoo morn squad!10:22
nhasianhello andresmujica10:22
CrownAmbassadornhasian: No I don't get a IP address at all.10:22
CrownAmbassadorandresmujica: Hi! remember me? I'm still having the internet problem.10:23
nhasianyou said you posted threads in the forums and reported bugs? can you give me the links so I can see what you've done so far10:23
CrownAmbassadornbasian: okay, just a sec10:23
andresmujicahi Crown, please remind me your bug#!10:24
nhasianCrownAmbassador, also i dont think this is the place to ask for troubleshooting help.  #ubuntu would be better10:24
andresmujicayou're the one with the bunch of wlan cards " broken "10:25
andresmujicanhasian is absolutely right!10:25
* nhasian is new here10:25
nhasian<--- my first day10:25
CrownAmbassadornhasian: adresmujica: Launchpad link is https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/319553 . No not my wlan. Normal lan. I tried getting help in #ubuntu but got nothing there. I'm at a point where I don't know where to go anymore.10:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 319553 in network-manager "No Wired Internet Connection in 8.10" [Undecided,Incomplete]10:27
BUGabundohumm it would look like he has no driver10:27
andresmujicaohh u rememember now!!10:28
* BUGabundo just can't get is bug subs count down... 10:28
CrownAmbassadoralso http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=997070 and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=104525510:29
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andresmujicanow i remember, i did look for tg3 + networkmamanger bugs and only found something similar at debian.. the link provided..10:30
CrownAmbassadorbe back in  sec10:31
nhasianCrownAmbassador, go respond to the launchpad post real quick10:31
andresmujicathat last post at the forums goes to the point10:33
nhasiani think its the broadcom driver...10:33
nhasianseeing how the dsl works fine with ubuntu 8.04 on his laptop10:33
andresmujicawe'll need the output from sudo dhclient3 eth0 at lp10:34
nhasianis it just me or does everyone cringe when they see broadcom network adaptors?10:34
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andresmujicatg3 it's broadcom ??10:35
andresmujicaahh yes10:35
andresmujicathks google10:35
CrownAmbassadorSorry i'm back. Just firing up my laptop quick.10:36
andresmujicais the same bug as 27406910:36
andresmujicabut with a different driver10:36
CrownAmbassadorSo broadcom is a problem?10:36
nhasianyeah i noticed in his dmesg it said eth0: Tigon3 [partno(BCM95755m) rev a002 PHY(5755)] (PCI Express) 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet 00:1c:23:18:d4:0d10:36
andresmujicaCrown, please provide the output asked by nhasian at LP, and also add the output from sudo dhclient3 eth010:37
andresmujicaas separate attacments please10:37
CrownAmbassadorWill do in a sec. Running them now.10:37
andresmujicabug 27406910:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274069 in linux "error send_packet:message too long" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27406910:37
andresmujica:: WORKAROUND ::10:38
andresmujica1) remove the option interface-mtu in /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf10:38
andresmujica2) lower the mtu : sudo ifconfig eth0 mtu 100010:38
andresmujicait seems that it doesn't depend on the network driver10:39
andresmujicaso Crown, please test the workaround provided if it works, we can mark it as dupe from the 27406910:39
CrownAmbassador*trying workaround*10:43
nhasianpoor guy, I see he's posted in ubuntu forums, launchpad, linuxquestions, asked in irc. damn he's had a tough time getting his nic working.  I'll bet a new $15 nic woulda fixed the problem.10:43
andresmujicaohh yea.10:44
CrownAmbassadorWhat does NIC stand for again?10:44
andresmujicaNetwork Interface Card10:45
nhasian*-network DISABLED10:45
BUGabundonhasian: I went with all that for 3 months10:45
BUGabundowith this laptop for wifi10:45
BUGabundoit ended up being both a linux kernel support bug, and faulty hardware10:45
nhasianBUGabundo, wifi has been tricky in the past, but with 8.04 and 8.10 its gotten a lot better.10:45
BUGabundotry debuging both those probs at the same time10:45
* nhasian faints10:46
BUGabundobut now everthing works10:46
nhasiandidnt both atheros and broadcom open source their drivers?  that will really help10:46
BUGabundoexcept for webcam10:46
BUGabundoold driver is okayish10:46
andresmujicathe thing is that is too bad that a NIC previously working stops responding after upgrade.  Obvioulsy no one would have a bug kernel and a faulty hardware at the same time..10:46
BUGabundonewest one with v4l suport aint that good10:46
BUGabundobut nol is working on it10:47
andresmujicawell maybe not ;)10:47
BUGabundoandresmujica: I did!10:47
BUGabundothe intel wifi card wasn't working properlly10:47
andresmujicathe intel one? man!!!10:47
andresmujicathat's supposed to work flwalessly!!!110:48
BUGabundoso I could see it on some logs but it wouldn't turn on due to hw kill switch10:48
nhasiani have the intel 4965 AGN wifi and it works with the backport installed10:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 105420 in linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.22 "both iwlwifi and ipw3945 are unable to turn off rf_kill" [Undecided,Won't fix]10:48
andresmujicaahh but the kill switch was the culprit? or the card?10:48
BUGabundosee this10:48
BUGabundonow it does10:48
BUGabundoa year ago it didn't10:48
BUGabundoon many laptops with only soft switch you needed Windows to turn it one10:49
nhasianback to CrownAmbassador's issue, both his Intel 3945 and Broadcom NIC are *-network DISABLED10:49
BUGabundoit was both.... tech support replaced the card and kernel began seeing it10:49
BUGabundothen the the rf_kill bug was fixed and it worked OKay since then10:50
BUGabundoxiii both cards off?10:50
BUGabundothat's tuff!10:50
BUGabundoCrownAmbassador: did you test with a jaunty live cd?10:50
CrownAmbassadorWorkaround doesn't work.10:51
CrownAmbassadorNo I have not tried the jaunty live as I don't have the bandwith to do that.10:51
BUGabundostrange that 3945 doesn't work10:51
BUGabundocan't you ask a friend ?10:51
nhasianCrownAmbassador, here man $10 will solve your problem http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E1683312710210:51
BUGabundoor some cyber café?10:52
CrownAmbassadorDo you guys stay in the states?10:52
nhasianyeah i'm in AZ.  its almost 4am here10:52
andresmujicai'm from Colombia :)10:52
CrownAmbassadorThanks nhasian but that wont work. Ive got a laptop.10:52
andresmujica6am here!10:53
andresmujicaBugabundo, but now it works, right?10:53
CrownAmbassadorI'm in South Africa. Bandwith not as affordable as there.10:53
andresmujicaCrown: did you uploaded the dhclient3 log?10:53
CrownAmbassadorInternet cafe will kill me if I download that much.10:53
nhasianah okay.  the pc-card or usb network adaptors for laptops will be a bit more expensive10:54
nhasianI got to get to sleep10:54
CrownAmbassadorandre, whats that command again? missed that10:54
andresmujicasudo dhclient3 eth010:54
nhasianCrownAmbassador, but it seems we made some progress :)10:54
andresmujicaohh yeap!!!10:54
nhasiangnight all10:55
andresmujicagnight nhasian!!!10:56
CrownAmbassadorIt is in fact working! The network applet just didn't report that it was working!!!! It says its disconnected! The workaround worked!10:57
andresmujicaok perfect my friend10:57
andresmujicaso that confirm to us that this is in fact a10:57
CrownAmbassadorThank you so so much!10:57
andresmujicadupe from bug #27406910:57
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274069 in linux "error send_packet:message too long" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27406910:57
CrownAmbassadorNow you can both sleep well!10:57
andresmujicai jsut sleep for over 6 hours man!!10:58
CrownAmbassadorOh! hehe10:58
CrownAmbassadorWell good morning then!10:58
CrownAmbassadorits 1pm here10:58
andresmujicareboot your system to be sure that the problem is solved10:58
BUGabundo11h am here10:58
andresmujicameanwhile i'll mark the bug as dupe.10:58
BUGabundoalone at the store... another employe didn't come in today10:58
BUGabundoCrownAmbassador: if NM isn't reporting the correct state just nag asac about it!10:59
andresmujicathe problem is not with NM10:59
andresmujicais with MTU and dhclient options10:59
BUGabundoI never got all that stuff about MTU11:00
BUGabundoI'll have to read about it some day11:00
andresmujicaMTU, es something like the max size of data that a frame can carry over a network... something like the load capacity in a trunk11:02
andresmujicasometimes the HW cannot handle what it's asked for.11:02
andresmujicain this case dhclient was asking for a load capacity not supported by the NIC, so it failed....11:02
andresmujicaCrown: done, your bugs now are part from bug #27406911:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274069 in linux "error send_packet:message too long" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27406911:04
CrownAmbassadorThanks guys!11:08
BUGabundoglad you could get help, and manage to keep at it11:08
CrownAmbassadorWhere were you guys the last 3 months? hehe11:09
BUGabundohumm sleeping ? :ª)11:10
CrownAmbassadorOh and who is asac?11:10
CrownAmbassadorOh its a person! LOL!11:11
CrownAmbassadorBUGabundo said to nag you about NM11:11
asacmeans: "as soon as (something is) critical" call for him :;)11:11
CrownAmbassadorWon't it help if I change managed=false to managed=true in /etc/NetworkManager/nm-system-settings.conf?11:12
asaccannto tell what helps you since I dont know your problem ;)11:12
CrownAmbassadorNM is not reporting that my eth0 is connected.11:13
CrownAmbassadorSays Wired Network - device is unmanaged.11:13
asacCrownAmbassador: what is your real issue? ;)11:14
asacdo you really rely on the eth0 state?11:14
asace.g. why is unmanaged a problem ;)?11:14
BUGabundoif I die, its asac fault!! I'm still laughing about that joke11:14
CrownAmbassadorNah I guess it not a problem anymore.11:14
* asac feels better ;)11:14
BUGabundoa bit of background11:14
BUGabundohe has network, but it seems that NM says he is offline11:15
asacyeah. just the applet? or any other problems?11:15
asacCrownAmbassador: run nm-tool ... general state should be "conected"11:15
CrownAmbassadorSorry man. Now that my internet is working I'm so happy that I'm brain dead!11:16
andresmujicabug 2706911:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 27069 in system-config-printer "Printing to a Netware queue is not supported" [Wishlist,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/2706911:16
andresmujicamtu issue.11:16
andresmujicaoriginal bug was against NM11:16
CrownAmbassadorYip. connected.11:17
andresmujicaupps bug 27406911:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274069 in linux "error send_packet:message too long" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27406911:17
asacCrownAmbassador: yes. so the bug is that the network-icon is confusing11:18
asacbut that should be it11:18
CrownAmbassadorNp. Just though I'd ask. Not a problem. As long as I'm connected that is fine.11:19
andresmujicaasac original bug was bug 31955311:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 319553 in network-manager "No Wired Internet Connection in 8.10 (dup-of: 274069)" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31955311:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 274069 in linux "error send_packet:message too long" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27406911:19
andresmujicabut NM wouldn't be a valid task there?  or it should be??11:20
asacandresmujica: if its wrong MTU then we should check whether the jaunty network-mangaer properly sets MTU now11:20
asacandresmujica: e.g. based on what oyu configured in applet11:20
asacthe intrepid NM has a known bug about that11:20
asacbut i would think its fixed in jaunty.11:21
BUGabundoasac: how would one detect that a connection problem is MTU related?11:22
BUGabundothat way I could be aware of it, if it ever hits me11:22
andresmujicahmm. we'll need a differente reporter then, because Crown doesn't have enough bandwidth to test with Jaunty...11:22
asacandresmujica: we could look in the MTU nm bug ;)11:22
andresmujicawhich one is it?11:23
asacbug 25874311:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 258743 in network-manager "NM 0.7 Fails To Set Custom MTU" [Unknown,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25874311:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 258743 in network-manager "NM 0.7 Fails To Set Custom MTU" [Unknown,Fix released]11:24
andresmujicai would love a launchpad feature that let me mark as RELATED  a bug from another bug, and if it creates a graph it would be nice!!11:24
asacso its a matter of not remembering user preference.11:24
asacthat should be fixed in jaunty for sure11:24
asacandresmujica: ack++11:24
asacthats really important to have ... depends/blocks like in bugzilla11:24
CrownAmbassadorHow big is the jaunty download? 700MB11:27
andresmujicaok, but i've got a doubt , the problem with crown and his bug was that dhclient.conf had interface-mtu enabled, reading about it, it seems that letting that option it's the Right Thing To Do... the workaround is to remove it.............o the real solution for those affected by MTU problems would be at NetwrokManager?11:28
HobbseeCrownAmbassador: yes11:28
andresmujicacrown: probably11:28
HobbseeCrownAmbassador: it'll fit on a standard cd.11:28
asaci have to think about it. if dhclient.conf is messed up i am not sure its NM faults11:29
CrownAmbassadorMy personal bandwith alocation per month is about 1 gig and at work 2 gig. Was hoping I;ll have some left at work to download it but I dont.11:30
asacCrownAmbassador: if your issue is really the dhclient.conf ... i dont think you need to test that.11:30
HobbseeCrownAmbassador: your ISP doesn't offer unmetered stuff, does it?11:32
andresmujicai do agree.  don't worry about it. Just wait for Jaunty Release and be sure to ask at shipit for some cd's!11:32
BUGabundo !daily11:32
ubottuDaily builds of the CD images of the current development version of Ubuntu are available at http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily/current/ and http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/11:32
HobbseeCrownAmbassador: also, you can rsync it, if you have an earlier iso.  Makes more sense for the alternate images, though, not desktops11:32
CrownAmbassadorI buy extra bandwith when a new release launches so its fine.11:32
BUGabundoI think some dailys are oversize11:32
BUGabundoaround 800MiBs11:32
CrownAmbassadorSo you guys there in the States should be greatful for your bandwith! hehe11:32
BUGabundo jaunty-desktop-i386.iso       27-Jan-2009 12:50  693M11:32
Hobbseethe dailies may or may not actually install, anyway11:32
BUGabundoI'm in portugal11:32
BUGabundoon current ISP i have uncap11:32
asacUS bandwidth is not really known for its supremacy ;)11:32
CrownAmbassadorI had a 8MBs Comcast line when I was there. Download debian that was like 14 CDs!11:32
BUGabundo4mb/s down 800k up11:33
CrownAmbassadorI heard that Comcast was capping at like 200GB or something now. And also heard some guys complaining! I was like what the hell you complaining about? I've got 1GB! hehehe11:34
* andresmujica is measuring against speedtest...11:35
andresmujicaat home 1367 down and 61 up.11:36
andresmujicathat's why my sip extension works so bad ...11:37
BUGabundoI won't messure mine!11:40
BUGabundoI'm downloaing some torrents11:40
BUGabundoit would falsify the results11:40
BUGabundoI would ask you guys to test your bw with this site, promoted by Google11:44
BUGabundobut their java applet is crashing my Firefox...11:44
dholbach"How to run a Bug Jam" session to kick off in 8 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom11:53
Hobbsee"open jar of jam.  wait for ants"11:55
CrownAmbassadorAndresmujica: Hobbsee and who ever else helped ( BUGabundo asac ) I changed managed=false to managed=true and now nm reports the connection in the applet!12:06
asacCrownAmbassador: yeah. thats the idea12:06
BUGabundodoko_: ping12:34
BUGabundodoko_: where am I supposed to put ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG ?12:37
jgoguenhttps://launchpad.net/bugs/144437, the last comment says it's being closed, but the bug is New/Unconfirmed...is it OK to just change to Invalid?12:43
ubottuLaunchpad bug 144437 in thunderbird "Thunderbird periodically hangs" [Undecided,Invalid]12:43
jgoguenthe mozilla-thunderbird component I mean12:44
jgoguenthunderbird is already Invalid12:44
doko_BUGabundo: ICEDTEAPLUGIN_DEBUG=1 firefox12:44
BUGabundoah ok12:45
BUGabundodoko_: bug 323110 updated12:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 323110 in openjdk-6 "firefox segfault while using java" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32311012:48
doko_BUGabundo: java -version?12:49
BUGabundo$ java --version12:50
BUGabundoUnrecognized option: --version12:50
BUGabundoCould not create the Java virtual machine.12:50
BUGabundo$ java -version12:50
BUGabundojava version "1.6.0_0"12:50
BUGabundoIcedTea6 1.4 (6b14-0ubuntu10) Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_0-b14)12:50
BUGabundoOpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 14.0-b08, mixed mode)12:50
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pedro_andresmujica: hey15:12
andresmujicai've your lasts comments this morning, i do agree that using #ubuntu-classroom-es would be the right choice!15:14
andresmujicai've read ...15:14
pedro_andresmujica: awesome!, let's spread the word then ;-)15:14
andresmujicaok, !! nice!!!15:14
andresmujicapedro: sorry to bother again16:18
andresmujicaat the loco some people are helping in translate the GBJ flyer and odt to spanish16:19
andresmujicaand i wonder which is the right traducción for triaging ?16:19
andresmujicahave you seen one around there?16:19
BUGabundoin portuguese is "triagem" andresmujica16:28
BUGabundoas in hospital ....16:28
savvasandresmujica: I have translated bug triaging in greek as "bug analysis"16:30
BUGabundohumm doesn't sound any good savvas16:30
savvasBUGabundo: couldn't find anything that would fully match its meaning, but I explain what they're supposed to do in further text16:31
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savvasbut in a general meaning, bug triagers are indeed analysing bugs and forwarding them where appropriate16:32
BUGabundosavvas: what's it called in hospitals? where they first analize pacients and then make them wait accordingly?16:32
BUGabundodo you have a word for that in greek?16:32
savvasthe testing period you mean?16:33
andresmujicait seems that in spanish the english word TRIAGE is being used but as TRIAJE with the same meaning, however i've found is not accepted by the RAE  (the entity that accepts new words in spanish)16:33
savvasBUGabundo: ah wait, you mean sorting the importance of the disease?16:35
BUGabundonot disease but Pacient16:35
BUGabundobut yeah16:35
BUGabundothat is the same ACTION that bug triagers do16:36
savvasit's still analyzing :P16:36
savvasyou're sorting wishlist from normal bugs16:37
savvasBUGabundo: how about bug assessment?16:38
BUGabundowell again, its in english16:39
BUGabundothe OP was looking for spannish16:39
BUGabundoso we went WAYYYYYYYYYY OT on this16:39
savvasI can translate that word exactly though :P16:39
savvasit's on topic, I'm looking for one as well hehe16:39
BUGabundono need16:39
BUGabundowe already have one in english16:39
savvasin greek!!!16:39
BUGabundook then16:39
* savvas shakes BUGabundo :)16:40
BUGabundothen go back to my point16:40
BUGabundohow would you say the one for hospital?16:40
savvasI would call it a triage :\ I'm studying medicine in english and serbian, lol16:41
savvasin serbian is Trijaža, in greek.. well.. I'll have to ask16:43
savvasit never occured to me before16:43
savvaslooks like I have to use two words for triage16:47
savvasandresmujica: okay, in greek it's "bug sorting and assessment"16:48
savvascan someone set this as wishlist: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/32305417:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 323054 in ubuntu "[needs-packaging] fspy" [Undecided,New]17:01
andresmujicadholbach pedro the bugjam odp is translated into spanish now!17:01
dholbachandresmujica: AWESOME17:02
dholbachandresmujica: did you attach it to  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RunningBugJam ?17:02
dholbachrock and roll17:02
dholbachandresmujica: thanks a lot my friend17:02
andresmujicaif i can get some time later, i'll translate the GBJ flyer too17:02
andresmujicawell, the hard work was made by MagicFab17:02
pedro_andresmujica: great, thanks you!17:03
dholbachnow go and blog about it! :)17:05
jgoguenhttps://launchpad.net/bugs/259678, user reported the problem with Thunderbird on Feisty, but doesn't run Thunderbird on anything newer, and I can't reproduce the issue (works as expected for me).  Should I close it and explain that it's being closed because the issue doesn't appear to happen in the current version?17:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 259678 in mozilla-thunderbird "Thunderbird (20080724) thinks @ in a FTP URL means it's an Email address" [Undecided,Incomplete]17:21
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m1k3How do I know if this is a bug or hardware probleM?19:41
m1k3Jan 30 13:37:04 mike-desktop kernel: [  599.004088] ata5.00: status: { DRDY ERR }19:42
m1k3Jan 30 13:37:04 mike-desktop kernel: [  599.004089] ata5.00: error: { ICRC ABRT }19:42
m1k3Jan 30 13:37:04 mike-desktop kernel: [  599.004093] ata5.00: cmd 61/08:28:3f:00:d4/00:00:53:00:00/40 tag 5 ncq 4096 out19:42
m1k3Jan 30 13:37:04 mike-desktop kernel: [  599.004094]          res 51/84:08:2f:e8:e7/84:00:53:00:00/40 Emask 0x10 (ATA bus error)19:42
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rbrunhuberIs this the apropriate place to discuss a bugreport, which is not getting attention even it is a showstopper in some circumstances?20:49
hggdhrbrunhuber, not really. But if you give us the bug #, someone may take a look20:51
rbrunhuberhggdh: mom20:52
rbrunhuberIt is bug 317297.20:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 317297 in cryptsetup "[jaunty] cryptsetup for root on encrypted lvm not called in initramfs." [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31729720:52
rbrunhuberhggdh: I tried to debug it a bit on my own but my ubuntu/linux knowledge is far too small.20:54
hggdhrbrunhuber, have you tried with the current kernel/initramfs/etc?20:54
hggdhI remember a problem on -4 where LVM disks were not initialised20:55
rbrunhuberMy setup is completely updated till image -6 (which came in yesterday) no change20:55
rbrunhuberWhat i saw was that in initramfs -3 vgchange was called while in -4 lvm -vgchange was called.20:57
affluxrbrunhuber: some information about your configuration (ie. crypttab, whether the lvm is encrypted, or just one partition, where in the initramfs it droppes you to busybox) might be helpful. Considered I use a luks encrypted lvm for root here too I may be able to help.20:58
rbrunhuberafflux : everything except boot is encrypted.20:59
rbrunhuberafflux: I'll be back in a minute.20:59
rbrunhuberafflux: Still there?21:11
affluxrbrunhuber: ^21:13
rbrunhuberok, so what did you need from me?21:14
rbrunhuberafflux: I just booted into linux to help you diagnose things...21:14
affluxrbrunhuber: the crypttab might be interesting, as well as when the boot actually fails21:14
rbrunhuberafflux: I can't say when it fails the last thing it does is initializing some usb devices.21:15
affluxrbrunhuber: it's before asking for the decryption password, right?21:16
rbrunhuberafflux: crypttab has only one line: sda4_crypt /dev/disk/by-uuid/e471edd5-a3de-4275-8bcf-e61515071cdf none luks21:16
rbrunhuberafflux: yes.21:16
anderskWhat causes a bug to have its status tracked separately for separate Ubuntu releases (e.g. bug 305539)?21:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 305539 in transcode "REGRESSION in ffmpeg support in transcode (intrepid)" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/30553921:16
rbrunhuberafflux: Good point I will add this to the bugreport later.21:16
affluxandersk: someone from the release team (I think)  has to accept the bug report for an older release when it qualifies for an SRU21:17
affluxrbrunhuber: mmhh the cryptroot script does not seem to run21:18
affluxrbrunhuber: did you try to boot without splash?21:18
rbrunhuberafflux: yes21:19
affluxrbrunhuber: any useful information before busybox?21:19
rbrunhuberafflux: booting the -3 image works, but all higher images don't21:19
rbrunhuberafflux: just what i've written in the report: bug 31729721:21
ubottuLaunchpad bug 317297 in cryptsetup "[jaunty] cryptsetup for root on encrypted lvm not called in initramfs." [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31729721:21
affluxrbrunhuber: one last thing I could imagine would be cryptroot missing from the initramfs for some reason21:25
rbrunhuberafflux: I've extracted the -3 initramfs and the -4 initramfs so where should it be located?21:26
affluxrbrunhuber: let me check21:26
affluxrbrunhuber: ./sbin/cryptsetup and ./conf/conf.d/cryptroot21:27
rbrunhuberafflux: maybe this brings some light in this: /03/conf/conf.d/cryptroot is missing in the -4 image.21:27
affluxrbrunhuber: that sounds like a problem.21:28
affluxrbrunhuber: try update-initramfs -u -k 2.6.28-4-generic21:28
rbrunhuberthe file should be also under /etc/initramfstools/conf.d?21:31
rbrunhuberafflux ^21:31
rbrunhuberafflux: it's missing there too.21:32
affluxrbrunhuber: no21:32
affluxrbrunhuber: the file should get generated on update-initramfs by /usr/share/initramfs-tools/hooks/cryptroot21:32
rbrunhuberok, I'll give it a shot then21:35
rbrunhuberafflux: it is still not there.21:36
affluxrbrunhuber: hmm21:37
affluxrbrunhuber: I'll comment on the bug, it's getting late and I'm tired ;)21:37
rbrunhuberafflux: Thanks for your assistance.21:38
affluxyou're welcome21:38
rbrunhuberafflux: Can you add a tag like "showstopper" on this? If someone has no -3 kernel his setup may not boot.21:39
affluxrbrunhuber: there is no such tag. If it's a real problem and not likely to be fixed until release, one would inform the devs, I guess.21:41
rbrunhuberafflux: Do you mean I should try to jump into -devel and ask there again?21:43
affluxrbrunhuber: no I'd suggest waiting, I guess we can sort the issue out before the release.21:45
benstesomeone her who can explain me how to link a launchpad bug to a pidgin one?22:31
ubottuLaunchpad bug 321548 in pidgin "pidgin can't send files via ICQ" [Undecided,New]22:32
bensteI thought I could use triageing or something like that22:32
anderskbenste: just click on Also affects project.22:32
bensteproject is also whithin the bug description22:33
benstebut not a link to22:33
bensteI know there was something like "upstream bug" for gnome isn't there something  I could do for pidgin?22:33
bensteI'm sorry22:34
anderskbenste: There is a link that says "Also affects project" above the bug description.22:34
bensteyes actually found it :-)22:34
benstenow status is unknown22:35
macothe bug report updater will change it to reflect whatever gnome sets it to later22:36
charlie-tcabenste: it will update itself, usually within a day or two22:36
benstethanks a lot22:36
benstethis helped me abit :-)22:36
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