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micahgwhat's that initial boot thingy called that goes back and forth with the logo?02:53
arandAre the reomte bug watcher for bugzilla supposed to ste status automatically, and should I set a "fix released" on the upstream for Bug #246177 ?03:00
ubot4Launchpad bug 246177 in gnumeric "gnumeric help on plot log scale unclear" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24617703:00
arand*Is *remote *set03:00
hggdharand, they should auto-update. Sometimes it fails, though.03:01
hggdhgive it a day; if still not updated, do it yourself.03:01
hggdharand, in this case you may also want to ask at #launchpad for what happened03:01
micahgit should say on the bug when the last update was03:02
micahgLaunchpad couldn't import bug #563275 from GNOME Bug Tracker.03:02
arandupstream update was four weeks ago, as noted.03:03
micahgcheck in #launchpad about a b.g.o problem03:03
arandb.g.o ?03:03
hggdhhum. Yes, b.g.o updated bugzilla some time ago (recent), so there might still be some quirks03:04
arandah :)03:04
micahghggdh: 15 minutes with Karmic Alpha 5 and 3 new bugs :)03:11
micahgThat's why I wait for beta to upgrade :)03:18
hggdhme, I like to suffer, and have been running karmic since the beginning03:23
* micahg uses Ubuntu for work03:23
* hggdh also03:23
micahgneeds 99%+ working03:23
hggdhwell, I also need it -- this is my official work instrument. But, being careful, I have never had an issue that put me down for more than one hour03:24
hggdhso, when I do an update, I am very, very carefull on what I am updating03:25
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dholbachgood morning06:12
aboSamoorgood morning06:13
dholbachhi aboSamoor06:14
aboSamoorHi, dholbach06:17
metalf8801has anyone else tried to install Ubuntu 9.10 alpha 5 in virtualbox and gotten an error saying that they need to run fsck manually?06:17
aboSamoorI want to ask how can I debug pulseaudio/alsa efficiently ?06:18
metalf8801I'm not asking for help I got it working06:18
aboSamoormaybe not debug as make good bug reports, I have three issues regarding pulseaudio/alsa06:18
metalf8801I'm just wondering if it happened to anyone else06:18
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Hobbseemetalf8801: yeah, it's been recorded in the iso testing tracker06:45
Hobbsee(and there is a bug)06:45
metalf8801ok good can you give me link?06:48
Hobbseemetalf8801: not offhand.  if you google ubuntu isotracker and look at the ubuntu results, it should be there07:16
metalf8801yeah I did I didn't see any thing about fsck07:18
Hobbseemetalf8801: is that https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/clock-setup/+bug/423247 ?07:21
ubot4Launchpad bug 423247 in clock-setup "Superblock last mount times cause fsck to fail" [High,Fix released]07:21
metalf8801thank you07:21
Hobbseeyou're welcome07:22
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mac_vseb128: any ideas/suggestions about this bug> Bug #417824 , seems like a devkit bug , does any more info need to be provided... its messing up other components which try to invoke the power state :(13:10
ubot4Launchpad bug 417824 in gnome-panel "Gnome-panel loads very late after session start" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41782413:10
seb128mac_v, not idea, seems a gnome-power-manager issue, try asking chrisccoulson or pitti on #ubuntu-desktop rather13:11
mac_vok ... thanks :)13:12
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qenseedlik: this channel is for discussing bugs, if you need support I'd suggest you to go to the channel #ubuntu or to #ubuntu+1 for the (unstable) development version.14:51
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qenseWhat to do with bug #342224 ? Shall I point to reporter at the SRU guidelines, or should the bug be closed because it doesn't follow the guidelines for requesting an upgrade>16:09
ubot4Launchpad bug 342224 in libmtp "Please backport libmtp 0.3.6 in Hardy" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/34222416:09
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hggdhqense: please point the reporter to the SRU guidelines. It looks more like he does not know about them16:24
hggdhqense: oh, and welcome back :-)16:25
dholbachUbuntu Developer Week - last day, starting in 16 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek16:44
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qenseThere was a post on Ubuntu Planet lately containing a nicely done infographic pointing us at a way of adding bug links to Bugzilla bug reports. I can't find that box on GNOME Bugzilla. Did they disable it, or can you only do it when reporting a bug?17:47
pedro_qense, you mean the box of the "add bug urls:"  ?17:51
pedro_qense, i can see it here without any issues17:52
qenseit was the infographic with those screaming MS Paint like additions ;)17:52
pedro_just under the "CC list"17:52
qenseah, there17:52
pedro_you're welcome17:53
pedro_here is the post btw: http://castrojo.wordpress.com/2009/08/29/gnome-bugzilla-update/17:53
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qenseIs there someone who can help me with bug #410763 ? I don't know enough about stack traces to say what caused the freezes in Rhythmbox and Banshee during playback, although I suspect GStreamer.18:44
ubot4Launchpad bug 410763 in banshee "[karmic] Banshee freeze after some song playback" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41076318:44
hggdh qense, you mean the last backtrace (last comment)?18:47
qenseyes, although that contains a lot of nothing18:48
hggdhyes, it is very incomplete18:48
hggdhit seems the reporter did not install the necessary dbgsyms18:48
qensealthough the second latest also is the right one, at http://launchpadlibrarian.net/30425942/banshee-thread.log18:49
qenseI forgot that18:49
qensethe latest is about the X freeze iirc18:49
qensebut you say this isn't enough information to properly determine the cause?18:50
hggdhno, there is not enough data... it seems the reporter had the glib dbgsym, and libc6, but no much more18:52
hggdhso we do not know who is doing what18:52
hggdhone easy way for the reporter: force another freeze, and then go to the console, and kill -11 banshee. This will create a SIGSEGV, and apport will kick in for it. Then open a new bug, and write the bug # in the current one18:53
hggdhreason is the apport backoffice retrace will take care of loading the correct dbgsyms, and we will have a kosher trace to work on18:54
qenseha, that's a nice way of getting the right information18:55
qenseI'll ask him to do so18:55
qensethanks for your help!18:55
hggdhqense: welcome18:58
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^arky^Why is Traiged status entry is disabled for me?20:09
chrisccoulson^arky^ - are you a member of ubuntu-bugcontrol?20:12
qensebdmurray: what do you think of https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-bugsquad/2009-August/001533.html ? Do you agree with the changes?20:16
qenseam going offline now, I will read the backlog though, and of course answers to the mailist20:17
^arky^well, I am trying to apply for it , so I need to mention few bugs for question 520:19
micahgogasawara: about bug 42408620:52
ubot4Launchpad bug 424086 in linux "if /boot is full, cannot remove older kernels while installing new ones" [Undecided,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42408620:52
micahgthe problem might be in grub20:52
micahgbut I think it tries to rebuild an image even when removing20:52
micahgI wasn't sure it a script in thelinux package was controlling it though20:53
ogasawaramicahg: how were you trying to install?  apt-get install20:53
micahgI was using aptitude20:53
micahgI installed 2.6.28-1520:53
micahgit failed20:53
micahgdue to space20:53
micahgI tried removing 2.6.28-1120:53
micahgit failed since it couldn't rebuild an image in /boot on uninstall20:54
micahgmaybe I should attach the dpkg terminal log20:54
micahgbut I fiigured it was either a pre or post install script in the linux package20:54
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dutchiewhat is the best way to report bugs up to debian?21:09
dutchiereportbug --bts debian ?21:09
micahgogasawara: what do you think of what I wrote above?21:10
BUGabundothat helps dutchie21:11
dutchiewas "sufre" supposed to be "sure"?21:11
dutchiegreat thanks, just wasn't sure, and don't have a debian box...21:13
BUGabundonot do I have one here21:14
hggdhpedro_: I added info about the mentorship to GettingInvolved21:43
pedro_hggdh, great, thanks21:43
hggdhwill do more as I have time ;-)21:44
* mac_v doesnt understand "Offer mentorship" :(21:49
* ^arky^ don't understand 'offer mentorship' either 22:00
* micahg meant to help with that...22:00
eltoozeroCan someone perhaps answer a bug etiquette question?23:00
BUGabundoeltoozero: bug id?23:04
eltoozeroWould I be a bad person for uploading files to satisfy bug request if I've got the same hardware and I'm experiencing the same bug?23:07
eltoozeroI don't have a Dell Mini 9, but I've got the GMA 950 and Intel 945gme chipset...23:07
BUGabundobug 41870323:10
ubot4Launchpad bug 418703 in xserver-xorg-video-intel "Busy mouse cursor flickers like mad" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41870323:10
BUGabundodon't think you would23:10
BUGabundofeel free to help23:10
BUGabundoOTOH I refuse to accept packages that I don't have the source, or control the way they have been build23:11
bdmurrayeltoozero: since this is hardware specific reporting a new bug is best.  It is much easier to consolidate bugs than separate them.23:13
eltoozerobdmurray, our hardware is the same, just in different boxes23:17
eltoozeroDell mini 9 also runs a GMA 950 and i945.23:18
eltoozeroI ask because I've got the same hardware, just not specifically the Dell.23:19
bdmurrayeltoozero: well, if you are positive it is the same video card then it'll likely be fine.  However, you might end up needing to rereport if they aren't the same.23:19
eltoozerobdmurray, it's always a judgment call, if the spec didn't match I would have indeed made a new bug.23:21
eltoozeroThanks people!23:21

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