Yasumoto_heya guys, does anyone happen to have recommendations for dealing with https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/totem/+bug/35869000:38
ubottuUbuntu bug 358690 in totem "Dangling symlink installed" [Low,Confirmed]00:38
Yasumoto_there's a mozilla plugin symlink that isn't linking properly (looks like the totem plugin name was changed)00:39
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asacbug 35953612:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 359536 in firefox-3.1 "remove firefox-3.1 sources from jaunty - superseded by firefox-3.5" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/35953612:06
sebnerasac: though 3.1/3.5 segfaults :P12:06
asacsebner: extensions12:07
asacno clue what you are talking about in particular12:07
sebnerasac: nah, using 3.6 brings more fun :P12:08
asacfor me 3.6 is really stable12:09
asacwhen does 3.5/3.6 crash for you?12:09
asacfta: hi12:11
asacBug 35859912:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 358599 in flashplugin-nonfree "flashplugin-nonfree webcam support breaks after first use" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/35859912:11
asacremoving xpti.dat from profile cures it once12:12
asacwhat does flashplugin do?12:12
sebnerasac: just 3.5, start up12:13
asacso archive admin denied removing xul 1.8 because there are still too many build rdepends in jaunty/universe12:13
sebnerasac: I'm wondering why there is no epiphany webkit 2.26. too unstable? Well I use 2.27 from the webkit team ppa now. afaik the turn to webkit will be complete with 2.2812:14
asacsebner: how does it fail to start?12:14
asacdo you get a X error?12:14
asacsebner: if you start it from panel/menu, look at .xsession-errors12:14
asacanyone else has a displaced button on http://start.ubuntu.com/9.04/ ?12:15
gnomefreakasac: thought 1.8.1 was the one that had rdepends that were still active12:16
asacthats 1.8 for me ;)12:17
sebnerasac: no entry in .xsession-errors, well If I start it from the terminal it just segfaults after some seconds (no firefox windows appears)12:17
asacsebner: fresh profile helps?12:17
gnomefreakok what button am i looksing for?12:17
asacgnomefreak: "Search" (thats the only button i think)12:17
gnomefreakasac: mine looks fine on 3.012:18
asacfor me its outside the  box12:18
sebnerasac: nope12:18
gnomefreakwhat version ar eyou on?12:18
gnomefreakbtw ther eis no start page in 3.612:19
gnomefreak3.0 3.6 are both fine ehre trying 3.5 atm12:19
gnomefreakasac: sorry they all work here. still thinka  start page would be nice in 3.5 3.612:20
ftastart page ?12:20
gnomefreakfta: start page == open browser be brought to a page ubuntu or not. all i get is untitled12:21
ftathat's ubufox12:22
gnomefreakfta: i know12:22
ftajust force it, it should work12:22
gnomefreakforce it?12:22
ftayou're not using the nightly addon?12:23
gnomefreaknightly ubufox?12:23
gnomefreakim using the one i fixed12:23
ftano, nightly tester addon12:23
gnomefreaki find that where?12:23
gnomefreakthanks looking12:24
ftayou can force addons 1 by 1, if they have a lower maxversion12:24
ftabetter than the pref doing that for all addons at once12:25
ftai also like the version in the title bar, showing me which snapshot i'm running12:27
gnomefreakstill untitled12:27
* gnomefreak thinks Help>about could use a fix for 3.5 3.612:28
gnomefreaknope still only untitled12:29
ftad'oh, fta       5441 17.1 14.9 1003036 307936 ?      Sl   Apr07 999:40 /usr/lib/firefox-3.6a1pre/firefox-3.612:29
gnomefreakand i have it set to show my LP page12:29
gnomefreakfta: go to Hel>About and i get an XML parsing error12:29
gnomefreakyou dont get htat?12:30
gnomefreaki have that in 3.2 and 3.612:30
* gnomefreak wonders why its not using the page i give it.12:31
ftais it the about from firefox or from ubufox? (i don't use ubufox)12:31
gnomefreaki just disabled it and it looks like it worked for home page12:32
gnomefreakstill get the XML error12:32
asacubufox is broken on 3.512:34
asachave to fix that before release still12:34
ftaasac, if you have time for bug 190227, would be nice too12:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 190227 in ia32-libs "ia32 apps look for libs on the wrong place" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19022712:35
asacfta: i need to find out if i am on 64-bit system or 32-bit at runtime12:36
asaci couldnt find the right way to do that ... if I get pointers that would help i guess12:36
asachmm. there is a "uname" C function12:37
asachmm ... what would uname -m be there :/12:38
asacseems it doesnt have that same info12:39
asaclets check uname source12:39
gnomefreakdoes ubufox control back foward buttons?12:40
asacgnomefreak: it breaks them in 3.5 (thats the bug i referred to)12:40
gnomefreakasac: 3.6 here12:40
asacalso in 3.612:40
gnomefreakand its disabled12:40
asacif its disabled it shouldnt change anything12:40
gnomefreakasac: that was my point12:40
gnomefreakyep enabled breaks tem on 3.512:41
gnomefreakok disabled and they work again i forgot i had enabled it again to test something else12:42
gnomefreakok got rid of errors in gwibber12:44
thunderstruckif it does have a twitter acount it only errors on twitter if you remove that account it errors on indent.. me thinks that is bad12:47
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gnomefreakah that eror was due to lost connection12:49
gnomefreaki dont have xulrunner 1.1.8 installed so it cant be that many rdepends on it that are not on 1.912:51
gnomefreakall of the rdepends work here so im confused12:52
gnomefreakmozilla-mplayer is not on 1.9 list but everything else is there, I dont see harm in removing it12:53
gnomefreakthe | means alterntive right?12:55
gnomefreakand mplayer has no depends on xul at all. I think someone was wrong on the rdepends for 1.812:57
gnomefreakwell i got it changed around to grab orig but now cvs errors13:25
gnomefreakfta2: asac can someone give me an idea on why date time are failing http://pastebin.mozilla.org/64188213:28
thunderstruckasac: where is the branch for sunbird that was used for official archives. I fucked my branch up badly14:15
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asacgnomefreak: you mean tbird?14:49
asacor what are you looking for?14:49
gnomefreakasac: sunbird14:49
gnomefreakmy branch is gone14:50
asacgnomefreak: https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mozillateam/sunbird/ubuntu-0.x14:51
gnomefreakthat doesnt include any changes made to the last release14:51
gnomefreaklast on that is swedish trans as i recall14:51
asachave to check my laptop then14:53
asacok pushing14:53
asacand binding branch so this doesnt happen in future14:53
gnomefreakasac: thanks. binding?14:54
asacgnomefreak: pushed (rev 124)14:54
asacgnomefreak: that will take care that commits automatically get pushed to the branch14:54
gnomefreakoh cool14:54
asacso you would do a bzr bind lp:~gnomefreak/sunbird/ubuntu-0.x14:54
asacafter that every commit gets auto pushed14:55
asacprevents forgetting that14:55
gnomefreakworks for me thanks :)14:55
asacgnomefreak: please use topic branches in future14:55
asace.g. give it a good name instead of ubuntu-0.x14:55
asace.g. use "ubuntu-0.9-0ubuntu114:55
asacor something14:55
asacif the branch is about that version14:55
asacor use "lpXXXXXX" as branch name14:56
asacif it fixes a bug14:56
asacand so on14:56
gnomefreakmaking this 0.9 since it is last finial release :(14:57
asacwe already have 0.914:57
asacyou will figure14:57
* gnomefreak not really comfortible using 1.0b1 in offical archives14:57
asacjust choose a name that reflects the topic you are dealing with ;)14:57
asacgnomefreak: we wont get anything new for jaunty14:57
asacits karmic work14:57
gnomefreakasac: nor for KK14:58
asacand 1.0~b1 would be good enough i think14:58
gnomefreakasac: as a finial release?14:58
gnomefreakfinal even14:58
asacwell. we should check if its stable enough14:58
asacwe can send out a call for testing once we have the b1 package14:58
gnomefreaki will but somehow i doubt it since no work will be done to make it that way14:58
gnomefreakwe have to figure out how to use ./debian/rules get....  sinceit fails to work even to grab current14:59
gnomefreaki changed rules to work with it however it will grab 0.9 only and fails to do that with a date/time cvs error15:00
BUGabundoasac: hey15:02
BUGabundohow was the partying ?15:02
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asacBUGabundo: improving sense of life ;)15:08
BUGabundoI bet15:08
BUGabundoup for some work? or enjoying the weekend?15:08
asacnot really sure what will follow. so cant tell ;)15:09
BUGabundojust a friends laptop kubuntu and ndiswrapper not connecting to wifi15:12
BUGabundobut don't bother too much15:12
asacndiswrapper is a mess15:14
asaci dont think its maintained anymore15:14
BUGabundohumm ? really?15:15
asacnot sure ;)15:20
asacBUGabundo: i would say as long as its not a regression from intrepid there is only low chance to get it fixed15:21
BUGabundohum he is on interpid15:21
BUGabundojaunty won't even boot on it.... not even disabling acpi15:21
* gnomefreak be back in ~ 1hour15:23
asacsounds bad15:24
BUGabundonot as bad as GKR dying on it self every 30 mins15:24
asacBUGabundo: where does it break? kernel panic? when?15:25
BUGabundothe other laptop? not sure... it tested it 2 weeks agot15:25
BUGabundotime to get a daily and test it again, when the guy gets back15:26
asacin the past when linux didnt boot it helped to upgrade bios15:29
asacactually for this abit board i filed a bug about that with abit and they fixed it in next update a few weeks later15:29
asacwhich was quite impressing ;)15:29
asacBUGabundo: but really. you should file a bug on behalf of the motherboard/whatever vendor for every bug you file here in ubuntu15:30
asacever computer should boot with linux15:31
asacits not black magic ;)15:31
asacnow its time for linux users to be vocal on hardware vendor side15:31
asaconly then they will change their attitude and test stuff with linux before shipping a crappy bios to the world15:31
asaci think its really a problem that most users and devs have accepted the previously true fact that hardware vendors dont care at all. now they think we have to fix everything on our own, while lots of users complaining would make them change their way of thinking i am sure.15:33
asacit doesnt really matter what you write. sending a mail that their hardware doesnt run with modern linux kernels should be enough if they get those frequently from all sides.15:34
BUGabundoasac: in my case it's a "white" brand! it has no manufacter per si, only the OEM casing15:40
BUGabundoin my case Asustek S37S15:41
BUGabundotry finding a contact for them or a BIOS upgrade15:41
asacBUGabundo: somebody usually assembles the boards. they are responsible for making the bios right16:18
BUGabundobut I never found who or where16:21
asacBUGabundo: then send to whoever sells the OEM system16:29
asacusually its relabels16:29
BUGabundocan't! they were bought16:29
BUGabundoim not even sure the new owner even sells this brand16:29
BUGabundohave to pass on the store one day16:29
BUGabundoasac: that laptop is a DELL17:29
BUGabundoa 15xx17:29
BUGabundogetting a BIOS update for it17:29
asacBUGabundo: yeah try that17:35
BUGabundoI still have much to learn on _your_ code17:48
asacthat paste was just for me17:49
asacso i dont loose it in case my system crashes ;)=17:49
BUGabundobzr ?17:55
BUGabundoand a few syncs?17:55
BUGabundoI do most of my code and docs on bzr17:55
BUGabundoeven .confs are there17:56
BUGabundothat reminds me.... forgot to file a bug on kdepim trunking files17:56
BUGabundoasac: lot of ppl having trouble with wpa2 recently, me included18:03
BUGabundodid something got lost in the kernel ?18:04
asactoo heavy wait for this case ;)18:05
asacpastebin felt proper ;)18:05
armin76[reed]: asac: fta: http://www.sqlite.org/cvstrac/tktview?tn=3777 i've been told that sqlite-3.6.12 is going out on tuesday21:33

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