neilvhello. any idea how long it'll take for an ubuntu-specific DoS exploit in apache to become a security update?00:32
reduzHi! Pulseaudio is a bug, can it be fixed (removed) from ubuntu?04:18
Hewbug 325973 still exists with Karmic, should it be reopened or reported as a new bug?06:33
ubot4Launchpad bug 325973 in nautilus "gnome-session keeps respawning nautilus when no desktop is drawed" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/32597306:33
HewI'll reopen it.06:43
HewThe trace for bug 386357 / gnome bug 585595 is complete, isn't it? I don't understand why upstream is asking for glibc symbols, or which package these symbols are contained in.07:24
ubot4Launchpad bug 386357 in rhythmbox "rhythmbox crashed with SIGSEGV in pthread_mutex_lock()" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/38635707:24
ubot4Gnome bug 585595 in general "rhythmbox crashed with SIGSEGV in pthread_mutex_lock()" [Critical,Needinfo] http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58559507:24
jmarsdenHew: The symbols being requested are most likely in the libc6-dbg package.07:31
HewThanks jmarsden. I already have that installed and I assume the apport retracer uses them too, so I'm still not sure what upstream needs.07:32
jmarsdenHew: OK... sounds like you should ask them, perhaps in a comment on the upstream bug?07:33
Hewok, will do07:33
=== scream is now known as Happy4th
=== asac_ is now known as asac
BUGabundobom dia ppl11:33
=== Kangarooo1 is now known as Kangarooo
Le-Chuck_ITAHi, I have a bug in karmic which is fixed upstream in mesa: http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=22428 can someone help me understanding if the fix will naturally reach karmic or I should report it?15:11
ubot4Freedesktop bug 22428 in Drivers/DRI/i915 "[bisected 945GME]mesa xdemo/glxcontexts run aborted with error: Assertion `!obj->Pointer'" [Major,Verified: fixed]15:11
Le-Chuck_ITApomplamoose video song15:12
Le-Chuck_ITAcerca su youtube15:12
Le-Chuck_ITAwrong window...15:12
Le-Chuck_ITALuckily it was a polite conversation :)15:13
ubot4Launchpad bug 395522 in mesa "mesa xdemo/glxcontexts run aborted with assertion error" [Undecided,New]15:21
BUGabundohey kklimonda15:33
BUGabundohumm on mobile *again* kklimonda|W81015:33
=== yofel_ is now known as yofel
BUGabundostupid question: where do I file firefox 3.6 bugs?? lp on ubuntu won't allow me :(16:07
BUGabundohttps://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/395534 I have no idea which package/project set it too16:20
ubot4Launchpad bug 395534 in ubuntu "firefox will not come out of full screen" [Undecided,New]16:20
cactaurHey guys! I have a question. If a bug is linked upstream, but the upstream bug was found as a duplicate, should I update the launchpad bug to point to the other bug?17:40
BUGabundogood question!17:42
BUGabundodoenst LP know about it ?17:42
cactaurUmm.... according to LP, the bug is marked as invalid, but upstream it was just marked as a duplicate.17:44
cactaurAnd I was actually looking at your FF bug <.<17:44
cactaurIt was missing a package.17:45
* BUGabundo hides17:47
BUGabundoright upstream marked it as dupe!17:47
BUGabundoand LP closed it?? bad LP17:47
BUGabundolet me file a bug on it! LOL17:47
cactaurWell, LP saw it upstream as invalid.17:48
cactaurOn Ubuntu, there's been nothing done.17:48
BUGabundoyeah... that..17:48
BUGabundoI don't know where to file Firefox 3.617:49
BUGabundoits not in Ubuntu Archives17:49
BUGabundoand I don't file a team BTS for it17:49
BUGabundofta and asac are away right now17:49
hggdhcactaur, go ahead an update the LP upstream link19:27
hggdhhey BUGabundo19:31
BUGabundohey hggdh desparecido !19:31
BUGabundohggdh: cactaur: I already did19:31
BUGabundohggdh: shouldn't be LP doing so?19:32
hggdhWell, the bug was closed invalid upstream...19:34
hggdh(as a dup)19:34
bcurtiswxhey BUGabundo, hggdh19:35
BUGabundohggdh: but the nondupe was NEW19:35
BUGabundobad BTS ?19:35
hggdhhi bcurtiswx19:35
hggdhBUGabundo, I am not sure. All I know is this is how it has always been, AFAICR19:36
BUGabundook ok19:36
bcurtiswxi recommend to everyone here, the mini and karmic are a bad mix at the moment19:38
BUGabundohey chrisccoulson19:41
chrisccoulsonhi BUGabundo19:41
bcurtiswxBUGabundo: dell mini 9019:41
BUGabundowhat's broken other then the usual bcurtiswx?19:42
bcurtiswxthe intel driver makes the screen go to random colors at random times19:42
bcurtiswxi try to reproduce it and its not possible19:42
bcurtiswxits that random19:42
BUGabundotried x-edger driver?19:43
bcurtiswxno help19:43
bcurtiswxive got a bug for it.. but bryce knows about it, so for now its out of my hands19:44
BUGabundonixternal: ping19:51
BUGabundo(07:38:54 PM) bcurtiswx: i recommend to everyone here, the mini and karmic are a bad mix at the moment19:51
BUGabundo(07:42:55 PM) bcurtiswx: the intel driver makes the screen go to random colors at random times19:52
nixternaloh, I don't even get that far19:52
BUGabundohello elena09. welcome back due19:52
nixternalI can't even get to KDM19:52
BUGabundonixternal: aaah19:52
BUGabundoback to +119:52
BUGabundobcurtiswx: you should be there too19:52
nixternalbcurtiswx: did you have to do anything funky to get X at least working somewhat?19:53
bcurtiswxno, it was so bad i went back to jaunty :-X19:53
elena09I set acpi=off at boot starting, and the temperature of my hard disk is 52 Celsius degrees19:54
nixternalheh, I need Karmic so I can work on the Kubuntu Netbook Edition19:55
* BUGabundo pulls bcurtiswx ear and drag him to #ubuntu+119:55
bcurtiswxhey now, no ear dragging allowed19:55
* ogra throws little wet sticky paperballs at nixternal 19:55
bcurtiswxthis channels turning into a high school.. bugs the principal pulling ears and ogras the bully shooting spitballs19:56
ogranixternal, hey, happy 4th19:56
BUGabundohey ogra long time no see19:56
BUGabundobcurtiswx: ahaahaha19:56
BUGabundoApproved Seal of ReDent19:57
ograBUGabundo, well, i'm always around just not always active in here19:57
BUGabundoogra: yeah I know! you been uber busy too19:57
* bcurtiswx waves to ogra,19:58
bcurtiswxnice to meet you19:58
ograyeah, working on ARM enablement keeps me busy19:58
nixternalogra: thanks :)19:58
nixternalnomodeset :)  that is my friend of late20:01
elena09http://forum.ts.fujitsu.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=94&t=39835 that is a bad BUG!!20:03
elena09and no one knows how to solve it ; see also: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/acpi-support/+bug/37412120:04
ubot4Launchpad bug 374121 in acpi-support "acpi-support 0.121 causes ~+10c increase in HD temp." [Undecided,Triaged]20:04
ograwell, slangasek seems to know about it ...he apparently commented20:07
ograand gave an accurate explanation20:07
elena09but he didn't give a solution; I have 53 Celsius degrees Celsius now, and only Pidgin is running and Firefox. And AC adapter is unplugged20:09
ograread what he wrote20:09
ograthere is no solution20:09
elena09I read it20:10
ograyu either have excessive park cycles or the tem raises20:10
ogra/etc/acpi/start.d/90-hdparm.sh rules that, you could edit that20:11
ograand go with the excessive parking all the time instaed20:11
elena09Now laptp is on batery only, acpi=off, no parkings anymore, but 53 Celsius20:11
ogra(note that until recently all distros had that excessive parking on by default since its a HW vendor setting, i havent seen dead disks up to today due to it)20:12
elena09excessive parkings destroy HDD very fast20:12
ograit doeesnt20:12
ograit lowers the lifecycle20:13
ograbut you wont use the disk long enough to notice unless you actually use a laptop for more than 10 years20:13
elena09so, you say that excessive parking is better than excessive heat?20:14
ograyour choice20:14
elena09the clicks of parking are annoying...20:14
ograusers complained a lot that we didnt do anything against the excessive parking due to the FUD that came up20:14
ograso now the parking is handled20:15
ograyes, FUD20:15
ograits true it lowers the lifetime of a disk20:15
ograbut its not as dramatic as it is outlined by many people20:16
elena09like this one: http://paul.luon.net/journal/hacking/BrokenHDDs.html ?20:16
ograyou can compare it to waering out a USB key ... theoretically these have a limited amount of write cycles20:16
ograi have USB keys to which i do a test install once a day ... including a swap partition which is proven to do horrible amounts of writes to the key ...20:17
ogramy oldest is a 4 years 2G key old and still doesnt show any corruption20:18
elena09ok thanks, I must leave now20:19
ograyou could try experimenting with hdparm a bit20:19
ograto find a roper compromise between heat and parking20:19
ograthe prob is that its really specific to certain disks ... which is why the setting wasnt touched for so long ... such problems were predictable ... there is no common setting that works for everyones HW20:20
BUGabundoogra: I have a 8GiB kingston with one year and its seems to have lots of trouble being read!20:53
billybigriggerhey everyone21:05
billybigriggeris there anything i can do to get vbox 2.24 working with the new kernel 2.6.31?21:06
billybigriggeror how long do i have to wait to see vbox 3.0 in the karmic repos?21:06
BUGabundoI was going to tell you something21:06
BUGabundoahh audio21:06
BUGabundoopen pavucontrol21:06
BUGabundoand UP the levers21:06
billybigriggerall seemed good in there21:06
billybigriggertried maxing everything21:06
billybigriggerworking now after a restart21:06
BUGabundoone must have got down, due to overbusted sound21:07
BUGabundoah ok21:07
BUGabundobillybigrigger: its not static levers! it's the ones of apps playing21:07
BUGabundothose only appear when playing21:07
billybigriggeri was trying to play with the vlc one21:07
BUGabundowhich sucks for stuff that only works for half a sec21:07
billybigriggeri have sound in flash again for some reason21:07
BUGabundooopps wrong #21:08
BUGabundovlc as no sound for me :(21:08
BUGabundoit hasn't all karmic cycle21:08
billybigriggerwell i did have sound today, not now after the restart21:08

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