mib_n52x55Ok... so the thing where everytime I go install.. and it keeps kicking me back out to the partitioner? This is known bug I assume?00:46
StargazerI'm testing jaunty on VBox and i was wondering: where are the shared folders located?00:47
miikanyone running jaunty? works good?00:57
Devin_Mhey can someone here help me with something?00:59
charlie-tcaJaunty works good within the limits of a alpha version01:00
charlie-tcaIt has not wiped out my data, anyway.01:01
StargazerIt works ok... but when i try and select a location i can't get the map to stay zoomed... also there isn't a location (in the USA) for Central time.(-6)01:03
hggdhStargazer, I run Jaunty, and I am CST01:04
StargazerWhere do you select ?01:05
hggdhSystem/Adminstration/Date & Date01:05
hggdher. Time & Date01:06
hggdhTZ is America/Chicago01:06
StargazerIsn't chicago -5 or something (-7?)01:07
hggdhno, Chicago is Central time01:07
hggdhso it is UTC-601:07
StargazerAt current i'm on America/Denver.01:08
StargazerBut, tbh, there is a rather large circle in America.01:09
hggdhIsn't Denver Mountain Time?01:09
StargazerBut it lokos close enough.01:09
hggdhwell, yeah, +/- one hour01:09
charlie-tcaYes, Denver is Mountain01:10
hggdhheh. As I said, within one hour of CST ;-)01:10
StargazerFor some reason, i have to change to my time ahead one hour everytime i start up Intrepid.01:10
hggdhgo figure...01:11
StargazerYeah but i change it everytime... shouldn't it stay ?01:11
hggdhyes. But, this this case, the best channel is #ubuntu. Here we only deal with Jaunty01:13
StargazerIf this occurs in intrepid, wouldn't it occur in Jaunty ?01:15
hggdhno necessarily. For example, it does not happens with me01:15
hggdhone chance: your hardware clock is not set to UTC; another: you are not synchronising with NTP01:19
StargazerI just "shutdown" jaunty in Vbox... took a while to shutdown and the shutdown thing looked off.01:19
Type3SingularityAnyone know if we are likely to see kernel 2.6.29 in the final if its release is soonish (rc3 released recently)? or are is 2.6.28 locked in already?01:22
* Type3Singularity wants btrfs-dev01:22
hggdhType3Singularity, although I do not believe it has been locked, I find unlikely... too late already01:22
Type3Singularityhmm dang01:25
Type3Singularityhopefully btrfs-source will get a version bump01:25
hggdhhope is the last to die, etc... so: there is hope, still ;-)01:26
Type3Singularityhmm latest btrfs versions might not compile against 2.6.28 though :/01:27
hggdhwell, worst scenario, you can always get the bare kernel & build it01:30
hggdhbut I guess you could email devel-discuss and ask there (or try #ubuntu-kernel)01:31
Volkodavanybody runs jaunty on Macbook Pro aluminum by any chance ?01:39
miikanyone running jaunty? works good?02:07
taggie_So, I've ready the irc logs, figured out how to temporarily fix my sound "pulseaudio -k ; start-pulseaudio-x11" but why is it broken and why does that fix it?02:23
Teknoits crap and removing it is a good fix02:24
hggdhits a race on startup of the gnome session02:33
miik11.7 mb/s, wow i update from 8.10 to 9.04alpha in 1 minute02:37
miik1 minute to download, 25 minute to install02:39
Cocoabeananyone know how to enable /dev/tcp in ubuntu? im assuming its a kernel config thign02:52
=== Daisuke_Ido is now known as Dr_Worm
sml1226can anybody tell me if there is a copy of awn available for 9.04?04:02
Teknoyes, in repositories04:02
sml1226is that only for 32/64 bit cpu's? i have ps3 w/ ppc04:03
miikmy audio dont work in jaunty, why?04:13
miikkilling pulseaudio worked04:15
legodude__ probably because your speakers are not producing sound04:16
miikpulseaudio fault04:17
miikmy flash dont work in jaunty, why?04:32
miikyoutube says "Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Adobe's Flash Player. Get the latest Flash player."04:33
miikii  flashplugin-nonfree                                  Adobe Flash Player plugin installer04:33
miikbut its installed04:33
miikah, i uninstalled flash, and reinstall now works04:46
FFForeveri found a bug =\, when i leave a page with flash the flash still runs and makes my cpu jump skyhigh till i close firefox....05:28
[OBACRON]is anyone aware if bacula is broken under 9.1006:14
zcat[1]just checking md5sum again, but when I burned this disk (alpah3, alternative, amd64) I checked the md5 of both the iso and /dev/cdrom after I burned it and they were correct. But zenity fails on the self test?06:15
zcat[1]just checked it again, it's 9209e68a0256bdacc2b7091370956e0a which is the correct md506:16
zcat[1]so what now?06:17
zcat[1]I know there are supposed to be bugs but putting the wrong md5 on the cd just doesn't seem plausable.06:18
histosong is uber buggy right now.06:37
histoNot as many peeps runing jaunty alpha as previous versions it seems. Well I should say not as many ppl around here at least06:37
FFForeveri found a bug =\, when i leave a page with flash the flash still runs and makes my cpu jump skyhigh till i close firefox....06:45
FFForeverany ideas?06:45
histofile a bug report06:56
=== ZehRique is now known as ZehRique[Sleepin
twagerAnyone tell me why I can ping all the addresses in sources.list by name or ip yat apt and synaptic tell me they cannot find  the repos ?09:27
=== corenominal_ is now known as corenominal
JediMasterhey guys, what's the sound fix again?11:54
JediMasterfor pulseaudio11:55
syockitdrats, my intel card suddenly failed compositing again12:31
syockitcool, it works again12:39
maxbWhat's the sound problem, ooi?12:40
maxbPeople have been talking about sound problems on Jaunty. Basic playback works for me, and that's about all I ever use, so I was wondering what the actual problem is.12:42
BUGabundoI have it here12:42
BUGabundojust a sec to get the bug id12:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322374 in pulseaudio "[jaunty regression] Pulse Audio finds no card for output" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:42
maxbHuh, guess I must just be lucky with my particular hardware12:43
BUGabundobut the work around doesn't seem to be working for me12:43
BUGabundomaxb: no player works on my system12:43
maxboh, no, it says it's a race condition with the login sound. I've killed my login sound entirely :-)12:44
BUGabundohumm what?12:45
syockitomg, the 82801G (ICH7) again!!12:45
maxbThe bug says it's a race condition between pulseaudio initalization and playing the login sound. Since I've disabled the login sound entirely that would explain why I'm not affected12:46
syockitwhilst I, on the other hand, have removed pulseaudio!12:46
BUGabundoI don't have login sound enabled on my system since gutsy12:46
BUGabundoand I have no sound12:46
BUGabundook... you 've removed PA12:47
BUGabundoI have it!12:47
BUGabundothe new volume manager uses it12:47
syockitI run KDE, that's why12:47
syockitgot its own phonon12:47
BUGabundoah ok12:47
syockitbut I figure maybe it might cause problems with non phonon apps, like firefox12:47
syockitdid you get the symptom as said in the bug? when you tried aplay <audio file>, does it play, or does it error?12:48
BUGabundoAO: [pulse] Failed to connect to server: Connection refused12:48
BUGabundohumm wait! I just heard something12:48
BUGabundobut its lagging 3 sec or something12:48
syockitstrange. it failed to connect, but yet is able to play?12:49
BUGabundovlc and totem don't play12:49
BUGabundomplayer does output something12:49
BUGabundolet me try exaile12:49
BUGabundoexaile is working12:50
syockitgot it out on the speaker?12:50
BUGabundobut the sound is VERY low12:50
BUGabundomuch less then usual12:50
syockityou need to check with pa's mixer12:51
BUGabundothat may be why I don't hear anything on other players12:51
BUGabundolet me AMP vlc12:51
BUGabundoall mixers are at 100%12:51
DrHalanhey does anybody have to restart pulseaudio on startup so it detects the soundcard?12:51
BUGabundoeven alsamixer -c012:51
BUGabundoDrHalan: known bug12:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322374 in pulseaudio "[jaunty regression] Pulse Audio finds no card for output" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:51
syockitwho owns your /dev/snd stuff?12:52
BUGabundocan some DEV put this bug on !topic ?12:52
BUGabundototal 012:52
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116, 11 2009-01-30 20:17 controlC012:52
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116, 10 2009-01-31 12:47 pcmC0D0c12:52
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  9 2009-01-31 12:51 pcmC0D0p12:52
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  8 2009-01-30 20:17 pcmC0D1c12:52
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  7 2009-01-30 20:17 pcmC0D1p12:53
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  6 2009-01-30 20:17 pcmC0D2c12:53
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  5 2009-01-30 20:17 pcmC0D6c12:53
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  4 2009-01-30 20:17 pcmC0D6p12:53
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  3 2009-01-30 20:17 seq12:53
BUGabundocrw-rw----+ 1 root audio 116,  2 2009-01-30 20:17 timer12:53
BUGabundo !topic12:53
ubottuPlease read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic12:53
BUGabundo /topic12:53
BUGabundovlc won't even "see" a audio card12:54
syockitsorry, actually I meant what apps are using them? lsof | grep /dev/snd12:54
BUGabundomixer_app so far12:55
syockitwow, you didn't get warned by the bot for pasting that much12:55
BUGabundohe knows me already12:55
syockitactually, pa should also use one of them12:55
BUGabundodidn't paste12:55
BUGabundorun directly from pidgin12:56
BUGabundostill grepping12:56
syockitokay, please try: pulseaudio -k | pulseaudio -vv -d12:56
BUGabundosyockit: http://paste.ubuntu.com/112056/12:58
syockithm, maybe it was -D instead of -d12:59
BUGabundostill get a RED warning12:59
syockitthat 'pulse-rt' thing is so gonna make your audio output laggy/crunchy if you don't solve it12:59
syockituh, is there anything like invalid option?13:00
BUGabundoyou see what I see13:00
DrHalananother thing, how do i set PCM with the new volume control. I think it is way to up13:01
BUGabundoI have no idea what you are saying about rt13:01
syockitoh sorry, it shouldn't have been |. rather, it's ;13:01
BUGabundoif I have it, either it comes like that or some app depended on it13:01
BUGabundoDrHalan: try $ alsamixer -c 013:01
DrHalanBUGabundo: wow thanks. The micboos/frontmic switches are also missing in the volume control13:03
BUGabundoDrHalan: they are on their own tab now!13:03
BUGabundojust up or down (or better left right)13:03
BUGabundosyockit: Lunch time!13:04
syockitBUGabundo: can you try pulseaudio -D again afterwards?13:04
BUGabundoI'll see if I can came up during the afternoon13:04
syockitit's 22:04 over here13:04
BUGabundoright now?13:04
BUGabundolater will be TO LATE for you13:04
syockitjust had coffee, don't worry13:05
BUGabundoback in 2h then13:05
* BUGabundo timezones sucks to fix bugs in real time13:05
peterzanybody else having hald crash on .29-rc?13:21
DrHalanshould i file a bug against missing front mic / mic boost switches?13:21
Alexia_DeathAnybody else missing notifications on KDE?13:24
Alexia_DeathTheres just a ? blingking for a moment in the icon tray and thats it.13:24
Alexia_DeathI know its trying to tell me something but no info apears.13:25
DrHalandoes anybody know when glx for the new xserver will be released?13:41
toxictrolli heard it is not easy to troll here15:55
bazhangtoxictroll, ??15:55
bazhangthis is not a chat channel15:55
toxictrollsomebody "challenged" me to troll here15:56
Alexia_DeathThat was one poor troll...15:58
Alexia_DeathTrolls are not supposed to take gtfo seriously...15:59
=== user_ is now known as momomo
FFForeverhow come flash has no audio?18:01
=== spitfire__ is now known as spitfire_
=== spitfire_ is now known as spitfire
Ddordawhere can i find ubuntu 9.04 timeline?18:34
ubottuUbuntu releases a new version every 6 months. Each version is supported for 18 months to 5 years. More info at http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/releases & http://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases18:36
TheInfinitydamn. wrong.18:36
ubottuJaunty Jackalope is the code for Ubuntu 9.04, due April 2009 - Lots of breakage between now and April - Please join #ubuntu+1 for discussion and support.18:37
Ddordawell..? any idea?18:39
TheInfinitysee ubuntu.com wiki ;)18:39
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about timeline18:40
ubottuIf you installed a Alpha/Beta/RC version of Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty Jackalope) and have been keeping it up to date, then you are already running the latest version of Intrepid. To make sure, type « sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade » in a console.18:40
TheInfinitydammit. ok look@wiki :)18:40
Ddordalol. i will18:41
charlie-tcaDdorda: Like this? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JauntyReleaseSchedule18:41
TheInfinityi meant this ;)18:41
Ddordagreat! thanks :D18:41
Ddordathanks, bye18:42
BUGabundosyockit: ping18:42
BUGabundostill awake?18:42
syockitpulseaudio -D18:43
* BUGabundo some ppl never sleep ehehe18:43
syockitgonna get some more coffee for the kicks18:43
BUGabundoit reminds me of maco18:44
BUGabundothat lives during the night... and is sleeping until noon!18:44
syockitaww, daemon failed18:45
syockitcan you try with -vv added?18:46
syockitps -e | grep pulse ; pulseaudio -k; pulseaudio -D -vv18:47
hggdhBUGabundo, you can add yourself to the pulse-rt group to bypass the error18:47
BUGabundohggdh: still it is a bug if I need to manually add my self18:48
hggdhyes indeed. This is why I said "bypass the error"18:49
BUGabundosyockit: http://paste.ubuntu.com/112194/18:49
BUGabundohggdh: I rather leave my system as close to default as possible18:49
BUGabundoso that bug triage is easier18:49
CarlFKtrying to install mplayer "Package libconfhelper-perl is not available, but is referred to by another package."18:50
hggdhit would still be easier if you state what was done to bypass it. Anyway, the messages are enough to open a bug18:50
CarlFKis that anything that needs to be reported?18:50
BUGabundohggdh: well if it is anoter bug, sure I'll open it... but I'm trying to get the PA bug triaged18:51
syockitI think the bug is with packagekit, not pa18:52
syockitBut I had this before. I forgot how I solved. It was not because of pulse-rt18:53
hggdhthe full daemon failure, yes, I agree. I had the pulse-rt thingy also, but the daemon still started18:54
syockitBUGabundo: aptitude search '~ipulse'18:56
hggdhCarlFK, I have mplayer installed, and it does not seem to (directly) depend on libconfhelper-perl18:56
syockithey, I'm getting better & better with aptitude!18:56
syockitwell, you already have all the modules18:58
syockitI just installed pulseaudio and some modules. It was able to start, but I can't get paplay to play ogg19:10
syockitBUGabundo: lsof | grep /dev/snd19:12
towolfi figured it out. hotkey-setup dropped samsung.hk. but hal doesn't ship a replacement samsung fdi file?19:14
BUGabundo$ lsof | grep /dev/snd19:14
BUGabundomixer_app  8522  bugabundo   21u      CHR             116,11                 7405 /dev/snd/controlC019:14
syockitBUGabundo: since I lost my logs, I need to reconfirm: did you have sound playing before?19:15
towolfnow i'm trying to write my own fdi file. but how does a scancode of 0x74 map to the e000 notation? it's not hexadecimal, is it?19:15
BUGabundosyockit: before what?19:15
BUGabundoit was runing up until yesterday mornings updates19:15
BUGabundonow only runs with manual kill;start19:15
BUGabundoand with volume REALLY low19:16
syockitBUGabundo: this is 8.10, right? any kernel updates there?19:16
syockityou can sudo dpkg-reconfigure pulseaudio for now reason19:16
BUGabundosyockit: jaunty19:17
macoBUGabundo: there's a race condition in pulseaudio, bug 322374, and that's why you have to manually kill & restart it19:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322374 in pulseaudio "[jaunty regression] Pulse Audio finds no card for output" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32237419:17
BUGabundoLinux blubug 2.6.28-6-generic #17-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jan 30 15:35:08 UTC 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux19:17
macoit was introduced on the 28th19:17
BUGabundothis is #ubuntu+1 LOL19:17
BUGabundoI know maco19:17
BUGabundoim sub to the bug19:17
BUGabundoonly got hit by it yesterday morning19:17
syockityeah, but even before that (28-5), someone else with the same chipset had a problem too19:18
BUGabundo$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure pulseaudio19:18
BUGabundo[sudo] password for bugabundo:19:18
BUGabundo * PulseAudio configured for per-user sessions19:18
BUGabundo * PulseAudio configured for per-user sessions19:18
syockitI suppose those guys still have Pulse running. but yours can't even start the daemon19:19
BUGabundoI haven't manually restart it yet, after reboot19:20
syockitBUGabundo: if you do want to reboot, try booting on 28-519:21
syockitmight be kernel regression19:21
syockitbut if it isn't... anyways, I'm gonna check hal and pa changelog19:21
BUGabundowill try tonigh19:22
BUGabundoafter dinner19:22
BUGabundobut now I'm going to remove -4 kernel19:22
syockitdinner! yay19:24
BUGabundoits what? 5am there?19:25
syockitI only had 2 slices of peaches, a cup of milk, a cup of coffee (where a cup=roughly 400ml)19:25
BUGabundolike I said19:29
BUGabundowhere you from?19:29
BUGabundoPortugal here19:29
BUGabundoSat Jan 31 19:30:07 UTC 200919:30
syockitI'm in Osaka,Japan19:31
syockitSun, 01 Feb 2009 04:31:12 +090019:31
macoso that's 4am then?19:31
BUGabundoand you maco?19:31
syockityes         ohnoes pulseaudio hijacked my alsa!19:32
BUGabundostill afternoon I supose19:32
macowashington, dc19:32
syockitohayou san!19:32
syockitmy scim isn't working right now19:32
macojapanese is the only reason i have scim installed. and it does work. though learning that scim can do LaTeX is awesome19:33
syock_ay my nick!!19:35
syock_at least my scim-bridge's here19:35
=== syock_ is now known as syockit
=== thunderstruck is now known as gnomefreak
jianfeihi i am running jaunty and lost my sound after the latest round of updates, im using a compaq nx632020:34
jianfeihow would i fix?20:34
macojianfei: showing no outputs in the volume control?20:35
jianfeiyes maco20:35
macojianfei: pulseaudio -k ; start-pulseaudio-x11 after each login20:35
macobug 32237420:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 322374 in pulseaudio "[jaunty regression] Pulse Audio finds no card for output" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32237420:35
jianfeimaco: thank you very much20:36
syockitjianfei: once you've confirmed that, you might want to disable login sounds20:36
jianfeimaco, syockit: yeh that fixed it..20:37
jianfeiok will disable login sounds20:37
jianfeido i need to add pulseaudio -k ; start-pulseaudio-x11 somewhere?20:38
syockitjianfei: I don't think you need it after disabling login sounds. but if it happens that pulseaudio still fail to start, you can add them to sessions21:07
=== ZehRique[Sleepin is now known as ZehRique
jianfeisyockit: cheers21:17
socam i the only one with dependency problems with samba?21:45
drdozermy only grype about jaunty so far is that the kde has unreadable font/color choices23:13
drdozergrey on black with embossing and bluring - I can't read notifications for example23:14
drdozeroh, and I think the battery logic is a bit wrong - it suspended on me today when the first battery hit 5 min but my 2nd battery was still full23:16

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!