kamusinHow can I add a bug watch to a report like bug 18355300:13
ubot4Launchpad bug 183553 in kguitar "kguitar crash when you open gp3 (guitarpro) file." [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/18355300:13
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ari-tczewplease review this bug #42168400:28
ubot4Launchpad bug 421684 in linux "bluetooth send malformed files " [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42168400:28
Omar87mzz, hi.00:33
Omar87mzz, man, my problem is still refusing to go away.00:33
MTecknologyHow can i deny a bug nomination?02:51
MTecknologyor reject*02:52
micahgwhat do you mean MTecknology?02:52
MTecknologylike, if a bug is nominated for karmic, but it shouldn't be02:53
micahgyou need to be a core-dev I think02:54
lifeless'decline for'02:54
micahgor some higher level than -control02:54
lifelessand yes, its permission based. I think you need to be bug supervisor or driver.02:54
lifelesspossibly driver02:54
MTecknologyI'll just toss teh link in here02:55
ubot4Launchpad bug 405120 in linux "resume from suspend doesn't work (powers off instead) for Acer Timeline 3810t/3410t" [Undecided,Confirmed]02:55
micahgMTecknology: the nominate for release is for SRUs as well, so it might be valid03:08
MTecknologyoh, ok03:08
MTecknologyI need to read up on all of that more03:08
MTecknologyI just saw it and was curious if I could do it at all03:09
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andre__i installed ubuntu netbook remix 9.04 on a usb stick and booted it on a lenovo ideapad s12. when it comes to X the display goes nuts and is unreadible, when using the "Safe Graphics Mode" i end up with a blinking cursor before X starts. any ideas where to start debugging?11:03
andre__(note: S12 has no cd drive, that's why)11:03
asacandre__: i would suggest to try latest dailies of 9.1012:33
andre__the beta? or are dailies available as img/iso files too?12:34
andre__asac, ^12:34
asacandre__: dailies are a better target12:34
asacandre__: dailies should be available as isos12:35
andre__any URL?12:35
andre__problem is anyway that i have to convert them to be able to write them to a usb stick :-/12:35
asacandre__: you can use usb-creator12:35
asacusb-creator-gtk in karmic ... i think something like that exists for jaunty too12:36
andre__thanks a lot. i will try12:36
davmor2andre__: Sys->Admin->USB Startup Disk Creator12:38
andre__thanks. crossing my fingers12:38
davmor2andre__: if you have a windows machine also the app is on the iso12:38
andre__i have a windows machine, but without a cd drive12:38
andre__plus two linux machines, one with 9.10beta12:39
andre__i'll try. thanks again12:39
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MagicFabHi all. Can someone confirm this bug ? Rather easy to check/reproduce: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/dell/+bug/44414714:36
ubot4Launchpad bug 444147 in brother-lpr-drivers-laser "Missing LPIA build of brother-* packages" [Undecided,New]14:36
MagicFab(please)  :)14:36
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hggdhMagicFab: you did notice the package is not being built for LPIA, right?16:09
MagicFabhggdh, yes, and that's the bug. Or if it's intended behavior, I don't get it.16:10
hggdhI am guessing -- without going through the changelogs -- that LPIA was dropped. The question, I think, would be 'why'16:11
hggdhhum. And we are at the same version since (at least) Hardy16:12
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hggdhMagicFab: it does not look like it ever was intended for LPIA16:14
MagicFabhggdh, without as much as "confirmed" I don't stand much chance of getting anyone's attentio, do I ? :)16:15
hggdhMagicFab: heh. I agree, will confirm16:16
MagicFabthat's why I want anyone to confirm it (as it's easily see they're missing, but not why)16:16
hggdhMagicFab: done16:18
MagicFab:) tx16:18
MagicFabI don't have high hopes but my wife does :) LPIA on her netbook is missing those drivers.16:19
hggdhdid you try to add LPIA, and build it?16:19
hggdh(just in case it, ah, might work)16:19
hggdhif it does so (against all my expectations), then you have a clear cut case16:20
hggdhbut then, my expectations are usually wrong ;-)16:21
hggdhMagicFab: uh, this is ugly -- the package pretty much repackages a series of .debs, probably packaged elsewhere16:26
MagicFabhggdh, not a builder myself, no.16:29
MagicFabYes, it's ugly but convenient non-free software repackaged. I'll probably sell the brother printer just because of that.16:29
MagicFab  16:30
MagicFabThe HP 3035 mutlifunction seems like the perfect candidate.16:30
hggdhMagicFab: no prob. But I think you will have to get to the source (brother?). I also have brother(s), but not on LPIA16:30
MagicFabsorry 305516:31
hggdhyeah, just looked at the brother linux offerings, they do not say anything about LPIA16:37
MagicFabI doubt they'll ever will.16:38
I7uoHeokai need a help. i'm russian. i can win iPod nano 8GB if you help me. please register and upload photo -> http://vk.com/reg1051946 . 14 users need. (sorry, my english is very bad)17:57
Picispam :(17:59
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chrisccoulsoncan i win ipod nano too?18:19
chrisccoulsonoh, he left already18:19
micahgno, you have to spam IRC channels to win :P18:21
hggdhoh the other hand, I have a sansa fuze that does not mount on Karmic. Perhaps you might win it ;-)18:28
arandI want to run apport-cli on a bug report and get out the files that are sent to launchpad without actaully sending them (no, apport unpack will not do it) Is this possible?18:46
MagicFabarand, nasty but will work: file the bug report as private, then download the attachments ?18:49
arand*Sigh, fair enough, petrol lights the candle...18:51
chrisccoulsonhggdh - could i ask a favour of you?:)18:52
chrisccoulsonwould you mind closing gnome bug 596897 as resolved for me please?18:52
ubot4Gnome bug 596897 in plugins "Ignores variants in $GDM_KEYBOARD_LAYOUT" [Major,Unconfirmed] http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=59689718:52
chrisccoulsoni just committed pitti's patch and can't close the bug ;)18:52
hggdhchrisccoulson: you commited to GIT upstream? Can I have a blurb?18:53
chrisccoulsonhggdh - http://git.gnome.org/cgit/gnome-settings-daemon/commit/?id=3d5189d3984980ec97d794f7bde6159bc97e137918:53
hggdhand close resolved/fixed, correct?18:54
chrisccoulsonhggdh - yes please:)18:54
hggdhchrisccoulson: done, thank you18:54
chrisccoulsonhggdh - thank you!18:54
arandI am worrying about Bug #445067 Am I right in doing so? Should it be a higher prio? Should I poke maintainer?19:08
ubot4arand: Error: Could not parse data returned by Launchpad: The read operation timed out19:09
arandBug #284377 was the right one...19:09
ubot4Launchpad bug 284377 in linux "No NET with 2.6.27: No buffer space available" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/28437719:09
arandAaargh, No it was https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/44506719:10
ubot4Launchpad bug 445067 in ubiquity "ubiquity overwrites VBR of extended partition" [Undecided,New]19:10
Pres-GasI was wondering, is there a reason ubuquity no longer asks about the hardware clock and UTC in the karmic installer?19:26
micahgcan someone look at bug 417757 please? not quite sure what to do with it, but seems important19:38
ubot4Launchpad bug 417757 in network-manager "[karmic regression] all network apps / browsers suffer from multi-second delays by default due to IPv6 DNS lookups" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/41775719:38
hggdh|well, it is certainly an issue, so I would say at least confirmed19:48
hggdhI am not sure, though, about the fix. Jeroen proposes a bypass that seems to work19:49
micahghggdh: you think it's kernel related?  I'm tempted to set to high...19:49
micahgbut would rather have it triaged by the appropriate team19:50
hggdhno, I do not think it is kernel. Sounds network-related up and down19:50
hggdhbut a query to -kernel may clarify, just in case19:50
hggdhmicahg: I would say high is goof19:52
hggdhmicahg: jk- from -kernel does not think it is kernel-related. n-m sounds good, I think19:57
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micahgasac: mozilla-imagezoom ff3.0 only20:00
micahgoops wrong channel :)20:01
hggdhwell, he got it, anyway ;-)20:02
bdmurrayhggdh: could you look at bug 394808?20:43
ubot4Launchpad bug 394808 in texinfo "info reader now chokes on tab characters in info files" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/39480820:43
xteejxhi all20:52
xteejxbug 162579, can't find a duplicate, can someone help please :)21:34
ubot4Launchpad bug 162579 in tracker "Eats CPU after DBus connection lost" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16257921:34
hggdhbdmurray: will do22:12
micahgbdmurray: I take it no meeting this month22:13
bdmurraymicahg: likely not is there something you wanted to discuss though?22:14
micahgnah, it can wait till next month22:15
micahgjust want to make sure I don't miss it :)22:17
xteejxBUgabundo, hey22:31
BUGabundohey xteejx22:33
hggdhbdmurray: bug 394808 is confirmed.22:33
ubot4Launchpad bug 394808 in texinfo "info reader now chokes on tab characters in info files" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/39480822:33
xteejxGuys, what is pinentry used for and how do I invoke it to test bug 162585 in Karmic?22:35
ubot4Launchpad bug 162585 in pinentry "pinentry-gtk2 receives keystrokes even without focus" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/16258522:35
xteejxBUGabundo: any ideas? ^ or hggdh22:36
* BUGabundo reads backlog22:37
BUGabundoonly know two22:37
BUGabundopineentry-qt and -gtk22:37
xteejxpinentry-gtk2 :)22:37
xteejxwhat does it do?22:37
hggdhpineentry is used to enter passphrase for PGP/GNUpg keys22:37
xteejxahhh, is it a standard part of ubuntu?22:37
hggdhit is a fallback if the seahorse interface is not working, I believe22:38
xteejxoh...i'm trying to invoke it to test the above bug in karmic22:38
xteejxi don't want to keep asking other people to test it if i can do it myself :)22:39
xteejxi tried running pinentry-gtk-2 from terminal it basically just asks me what i want to do lol22:43
BUGabundoyou can lock access to your system22:44
hggdhyou can try to rename seahorse-agent, and do something that will ask for your SSH passphrase22:44
BUGabundoI had a bug on kde apps, where pineentry would go into background22:44
BUGabundoand I would lose control of the keyboard22:44
BUGabundoluckyly it was fixed22:44
hggdhsounds similar to the one xteejx is working on, BUGabundo22:45
xteejxit does22:45
BUGabundobut its from interpid!!22:45
xteejxonly this bug report says that pinentry steals window focus completely22:45
BUGabundoI "fix" it temporarily by using -gtk instead22:45
BUGabundothat is what happened to me22:46
BUGabundobut on background22:46
xteejxbut everything you typed still went into it?22:46
BUGabundono way to TYPE into it22:46
xteejxahhhh reversed ;)22:46
xteejxfrom bug report "If a pinentry dialog pops up, it takes all keystrokes."22:46
hggdhmaxb: ping22:48
xteejxpong lol22:48
hggdhhum. Bad DNS resulution ;-)22:48
xteejxhahaha :P22:48
BUGabundoxteejx: humm let me think22:49
BUGabundoI remember it taking input, but not accepting it!!!22:49
BUGabundoone more thing22:49
BUGabundothis only happen if I had ANY windows in FULL screen mode22:50
BUGabundonot if the were all in regular windowed mode22:50
xteejxahh i see22:50
BUGabundobut I used to get it *a lot*22:50
BUGabundocausei used Kmail in full scree22:50
BUGabundosince I had a 12" lcd22:50
BUGabundoso when I was going to reply to an email, and pineentry asked for my PGP pass22:51
BUGabundoI would loose control , and had to force reboot22:51
BUGabundosince I couldn't even go to TTY to kill gdm :(22:51
xteejxsounds VERY much like this bug report, total system failure22:51
BUGabundoso it's a serious regression22:51
xteejxHigh or critical?22:52
xteejxi put high22:52
BUGabundodepends on many users are affected by it22:53
BUGabundomedium for sure, since it22:53
BUGabundotakes user control22:53
BUGabundoHIGH if it affects a great deal of users22:54
BUGabundoplus we are on pre-RC22:54
BUGabundowhich would escalete it22:54
hggdhit has the potential of being nasty22:54
xteejxthats what i'm thinking22:54
BUGabundoxteejx: mind finding my old one, and see if anything usefull is in there?22:54
xteejxcould easily become a MAJOR problem22:54
xteejxi don't know your LP lol22:55
xteejxi'm off for a minute anyway, will dc while i take laptop upstairs brb22:55
BUGabundohow hard can " BUGabundo " be ?!22:56
* hggdh refuses to bite23:01
BUGabundoxteejx: (10:56:17 PM) freenode: how hard can " BUGabundo " be ?!23:18
* xteejx is confused23:18
xteejxi read that bug report wrong, its not a potential disaster :) it just steals keystrokes, you can still esc out of it (i think) will deal with it tomorrow, am tired23:19
xteejxi set it medium anyway23:19
BUGabundoESC never worked for me :(23:19
xteejxlike i say i'll leave it til tomorrow, unless you want to take it over BUGabundo, you've encoutered this before, you're probably better looking at it than me :D23:21
BUGabundoto busy already23:22
BUGabundothanks for the offer23:22
xteejxwell i'm gonna leave you guys to it must get a lot of beauty sleep in :P23:22
xteejxnight all23:23
BUGabundoanyone has the wiki pages that dtchen has been writing to help triagers and users debug PA and alsa bugs?23:40
ubot4If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP323:40
ubot4Factoid 'PA' not found23:40
BUGabundobah ALSA??? bad bot23:40
ubot4PulseAudio is a sound server intended as a drop-in replacement for !ESD - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PulseAudio for information and installation instructions23:40
BUGabundonot that one either23:41

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