Nivex/etc/iscsi/iscsi.initramfs does NOT exist01:09
cjwatsonNivex: are you looking on the filesystem, or in the initramfs (e.g. at a busybox prompt)?01:11
CIA-33clock-setup: cjwatson * r212 ubuntu/debian/changelog: releasing version 0.98ubuntu301:11
cjwatsonNivex: (I suspect the former, but just checking.)01:28
cjwatsonNivex: I think debugging this may require another test installation, unfortunately. Can you do that? If so, what you'll need to do is:01:29
cjwatsonNivex: 1) run through the installer until you get to the hostname prompt01:29
cjwatsonNivex: 2) switch to tty2, start a shell, and run 'nano /lib/partman/finish.d/70iscsi_settings'01:29
cjwatsonNivex: 3) insert a line reading just 'set -x' somewhere near the top, preferably between '#! /bin/sh' and '# Install iSCSI packages ...'01:30
cjwatsonNivex: 4) complete installation, and attach /var/log/installer/syslog again to your bug01:31
cjwatsonNivex: I have to go to bed now, so will check back in the morning01:31
cjwatsonthanks in advance!01:31
Nivexnuts, I just realized I'm not gonna be able to do another install run until at least Tuesday night :(01:41
CIA-33ubiquity: shtylman * r3530 trunk/ (2 files in 2 dirs): Fixed India timezone map (LP: #453009)01:52
Nivexoh who am I kidding?  I don't need sleep :)03:51
* Nivex fires up the install03:51
Nivexcjwatson: that file didn't exist at that point, I had to move on an extra step to the Timezone dialog04:02
Nivex*sigh* I really need to watch where I have iSCSI things mounted from04:13
Nivexthank goodness for squid04:27
Nivexalrighty, bug updated with debug info04:27
Nivexnow I'm off to bed :)04:28
davmor2cjwatson: if you find a fix for wubi and you need it testing fire up a respin and give me a ping and I'll get on it pronto :)09:04
CIA-33partman-iscsi: cjwatson * r32 ubuntu/ (debian/changelog finish.d/iscsi_settings): Fix root mount point detection (LP: #454998).09:20
CIA-33partman-iscsi: cjwatson * r33 ubuntu/debian/changelog: releasing version 609:24
evandshtylman: thanks for the timezone fix.09:52
CIA-33usb-creator: evand * r236 trunk/ (debian/changelog usbcreator/backends/devicekit/backend.py):10:53
CIA-33usb-creator: Properly mount the device when the user requests to open it in a10:53
CIA-33usb-creator: file manager (LP: #455199).10:53
ograogra@babbage2:~$ ls -l /dev/tty* |grep ogra11:32
ogracrw------- 1 ogra tty    4,  1 2009-10-19 12:26 /dev/tty111:32
ogracrw------- 1 ogra tty    4,  2 2009-10-19 12:31 /dev/tty211:32
ograhow can that happen ?11:32
ogra(it's a fresh install, completely untouched yet)11:32
ograthe rest of the ttys are root,tty owned11:32
cjwatsonogra: are you logged in on those ttys?11:37
ograoh, yes i think i was11:38
cjwatsonttys are chowned to you when you log in11:38
ograoh, is that new or did i just never notice ?11:38
cjwatsonbeen that way as long as I've been using Linux11:39
ograin any case i get mknod errors from console-setup ... i just ran into this when i was checking where they come from11:39
cjwatsonwhat errors exactly?11:39
ogra"device exists"11:40
ograwith the tty name11:40
ograits the mknod call from the init-top script i think11:40
cjwatsonthat's guarded with a [ -c ] test though11:41
ograyeah, i saw that11:41
cjwatsonyou sure it's from console-setup code?11:41
ograbut it's the only mknod i can find in /etc/init or /usr/share/initramfs-tools that could be related11:41
cjwatsona transcript would be nice11:42
ograunless there is a udev rule that calls mknod11:42
ogra"mknod: /dev/tty5: File exists" is the exact error msg this boot11:45
ograsmells racy11:45
ogra(the numbers vary and it doesnt happen each boot)11:45
cjwatsonit's always possible to race with udev's default device creation11:46
cjwatsonit'll be harmless though - errors from that script are ignored11:46
cjwatsonso I'd file a bug and move on if I were you :)11:47
ograindeed its harmless but given there was some effort to not have messages during boot i thought i'd take a look :)11:47
tjaaltonkarmic fails to boot after a fresh preseeded install, mounting devpts fails and dmesg shows "devpts: called with bogus options"12:10
tjaaltonideas about that one?12:10
cjwatsonis it listed in /etc/fstab?12:11
cjwatson(I'd expect not)12:11
cjwatsonsounds like a mountall bug anyway12:11
tjaaltonlooks like my passwd/group are broken, and that's a local bug ;)12:12
cjwatson./src/mountall.c:242:   { "/dev/pts",                 NULL,        FALSE, "devpts",      "noexec,nosuid,gid=tty,mode=0620", NULL         },12:12
tjaaltonyeah, no tty group available, so..12:12
tjaaltonthat said, a friend of mine said that a fresh install added "vga=799" option for the kernel12:13
tjaaltonand filed a bug about it12:13
cjwatsonI've already commented on that bug ...12:13
cjwatsonam waiting for more info back from him12:13
tjaaltonah good12:14
tjaaltonso I see.. yeah it's pretty strange12:15
davmor2evand, cjwatson: should the bar on resize move off of 0%?  on resize the disc activity is manic but nothing register on the bar12:15
cjwatsonideally it *ought* to, but that bug has been open since about 4.10 ;-)12:15
cjwatsonwe normally use an external tool for resizing rather than part of libparted, and so at the moment we have no way to get progress information back from it12:16
davmor2ah okay12:19
davmor2cjwatson: out of interest why don't you use libparted?12:20
cjwatsonlibparted clones and hacks filesystem implementation code12:20
cjwatsonthis was fine for a while, but it doesn't work with many more modern filesystem configurations (e.g. ext* with the resize_inode feature, which has been enabled by default for years), and it's hideously difficult to update12:21
cjwatsonso basically we can't use it 'cos it's busted :)12:21
davmor2cjwatson: that sounds fair :)12:28
loolevand: Thanks for chasing the APT popup bug on moblin cds~13:18
evandsure thing13:18
evandwaiting to hear back from mvo13:19
evandon whether its an apt bug or not13:19
loolevand: Would it help if we included empty Packages.gz fils?13:21
evandlool: that would work around the bug, yes13:21
evandI believe so, anyway13:21
evandthat's where apt is getting choked up13:22
loolI guess it doesn't like the Relesae file not signing *anything*13:22
evandhttp://pastebin.ubuntu.com/296733/ fixes it, but I'm not sure if it's correct13:22
loolevand: I think I prefer fixing it in APT, but I certainly don't mind adding the workaround now13:23
loolI'll look into it13:23
ograevand, hmm, somehow my armel SD cards created with usb-creator dont boot :(13:25
ograit boots fine if i just use dd13:25
evandinteresting.  This is using disk images, I take it?13:25
ograusb-creator offered me the device as well as the existing partition as target, i chose the device13:26
evandogra: can you pastebin your ~/.usbcreator.log?13:27
ogra http://paste.ubuntu.com/296795/13:28
evandogra: can you also pastebin the output of `devkit-disks --dump`?13:33
ograwill do after the install is done (the SD is in use now)13:34
evandsure thing, thanks13:35
evandcjwatson: was about to mark bug 40627 as fix released, but realized it was assigned to you.  I've tried to reproduce this in Karmic and cannot reproduce it (as expected).  Do you mind if I close it?13:57
ubottuLaunchpad bug 40627 in ubiquity "wrong keyboard layout after install" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/4062713:57
cjwatsonit's only assigned to me because I fixed it but then somebody reopened it13:59
cjwatsonif it isn't reproducible, go ahead and close it, I don't mind13:59
evandsure thing, thanks13:59
cjwatsonit seemed to be specific to nvidia (?) - did you check that?13:59
cjwatsonnot that I care that much :)13:59
ograevand, http://paste.ubuntu.com/296852/14:44
aracjwatson, hello15:04
aracjwatson, is this bug supposed to be fixed in the latest iso images?15:04
aracjwatson, https://bugs.launchpad.net/language-selector/+bug/43417315:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 434173 in update-manager "[karmic] Regression from 9.04 in getting fully translated Ubuntu installation" [High,Confirmed]15:04
cjwatsonshould be. of course not everything will be installed since it won't all be on the CD15:07
cjwatsonbut it should install what it can15:07
aracjwatson, is Spanish complete on the CD?15:09
aracjwatson, nevertheless, shouldn't be this installed using the internet connection if I had one15:09
cjwatsonno language is *complete* on the CD, not even English. gimp-help-common is enormous.15:10
davmor2shtylman, evand: on a ubiquity install on OEM why does the option for use password and unencrypt drive appear?15:10
cjwatsonara: maybe15:10
cjwatsonara: happy to look at logs15:10
dpmara, IIRC, the Spanish language packs were on the CD15:10
cjwatsondpm: language packs != language support packages15:10
cjwatsonplease don't confuse the issue :)15:10
dpmcjwatson, yes, that's why I said language packs :)15:11
cjwatsondpm: the bug above has nothing to do with language packs15:11
evanddavmor2: in oem-config or in ubiquity?15:11
davmor2evand: in ubiquity15:12
dpmcjwatson, I see, yes. It was probably my forwarding ara the bug. Ara, what's exactly the problem you are seeing?15:12
davmor2evand: during the install for oem-user not oem-config15:12
dpmI meant it was probably my fault15:12
evandhrm, good point.  It's a bit silly to have there.15:13
evandPlease file a bug15:13
cjwatsondpm: well, I'd like to dig into it (modulo the seven billion other things I need to do ...) as this is new code and it could be wrong15:13
aradpm, some packages are missing and I don't know if they need to be installed by default15:14
aradpm, list of packages:15:14
cjwatsonara: I need the installer syslog, I think15:15
aracjwatson, sure thing15:17
aracjwatson, http://paste.ubuntu.com/296877/15:17
cjwatsonoh, alternate CD15:18
cjwatsonplease do say that up-front :)15:18
aracjwatson, oops :)15:19
aracjwatson, I am running alternate cd and some language packages are not be installed, should I be worried? :)15:20
davmor2evand: want it assigning to you?15:21
evanddavmor2: sure15:21
davmor2evand: Bug 45547915:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 455479 in ubiquity "oem install should not have login prefs" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45547915:22
cjwatsonara: could I see /etc/apt/sources.list too?15:24
cjwatsonit appears not to have downloaded index files from archive.ubuntu.com at any point15:24
cjwatsonara: you didn't hit Cancel when it was configuring apt, did you?15:25
aracjwatson, I didn't15:25
evanddavmor2: thanks15:25
davmor2evand: np's15:25
aracjwatson, http://paste.ubuntu.com/296886/15:27
cjwatsonhmm, that *looks* fine15:28
cjwatsonso why is it not doing apt-get update from it?!15:28
davmor2evand: Kubuntu oem-config is setting usa keyboard on Lang=English timezone=uk15:31
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3531 ubiquity/ (debian/changelog scripts/check-kernels scripts/install.py):15:40
CIA-33ubiquity: Install -generic-pae kernels if necessary; this requires some custom15:40
CIA-33ubiquity: hacks since -generic-pae isn't in the live filesystem (LP: #413135).15:40
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3532 ubiquity/ (debian/changelog scripts/install.py): Don't do kernel installation/removal in oem-config.15:40
davmor2evand: also user details page is full of yellow /!\  warnings15:42
evanddavmor2: looking into it now.15:42
davmor2evand: I'm assuming it's only because they have been detected as being empty.15:44
evandcjwatson: thoughts on whether we should move forward with my proposed patch on bug 364617 or not would be appreciated whenever you have a free moment.15:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 364617 in baltix "Ubuntu 9.04 installer's width increases too much in partitioning step if computer has other OS installed" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/36461715:45
cjwatsonevand: does it have any effect on the initial layout - i.e. will it prevent the window from starting out within (say) 800x600?15:49
evandcjwatson: no, not from my limited testing nor from my understanding of the code.15:50
cjwatsonso it just means that you can resize wider but not narrower again?15:51
evandbecause it will set the size request to be the width of the current allocation15:52
cjwatsonseems a bit weird but not that bad15:53
evandokay, I'll commit it then.  Hopefully the extended layout branch of GTK will land in Lucid, but I'm not going to hold my breath.16:02
CIA-33ubiquity: evand * r3533 ubiquity/ (debian/changelog ubiquity/frontend/gtk_ui.py):16:07
CIA-33ubiquity: Wrap the format warning label while working around GTK+ label layout16:07
CIA-33ubiquity: problems (LP: #364617).16:07
cjwatsonara: I can't reproduce this; I wonder if you had a transient network problem16:10
aracjwatson, I'll try again myself16:10
cjwatsonin fact, yes, you did16:11
cjwatsonit has quite a short timeout because people complain otherwise16:11
cjwatson10 seconds16:11
cjwatsonso if it doesn't get a response from es.archive.ubuntu.com within 10 seconds, it'll give up and assume you'll sort it out later16:11
cjwatsonthere's a 10-second pause in your log around the right time16:11
cjwatsonara: did you get a desktop notification telling you about the incomplete language support?16:12
aracjwatson, no, only when I went to language support menu and updated the index16:12
cjwatsonhuh, that's a bit odd16:13
cjwatsonoh, of course, it didn't even realise that it was incomplete16:13
cjwatsonI think it's best to consider this a known gotcha for karmic; I'm not sure we can do anything about this in the time available without causing some other bug to pop up elsewhere16:14
aracjwatson, ok. I will keep testing16:14
cjwatsonfor lucid I'm pretty tempted to whack that timeout back up, since we now have working cancellation at that point16:15
cjwatsonI could be persuaded to increase it for karmic if this affects lots of people, maybe16:15
cjwatsonI find it hard to judge16:16
bdmurraycjwatson: where does bug 453261 belong?16:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 453261 in casper "karmic daily-live 2009-10-16 disc test" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45326116:45
cjwatsonbdmurray: probably usplash16:47
cjwatsonbdmurray: can't reproduce it here though16:48
cjwatsonI get the Ubuntu logo and "Checking integrity, this may take some time" as expected16:49
cjwatsonthen "Check finished: no errors found" "Press any key to reboot your system"16:49
bdmurrayI'll test again then16:49
bdmurraycjwatson: hmm, well it does seem fixed16:53
davmor2evand, cjwatson: serious issue on kubuntu you can't move the slider on auto resize ubiquity crashes just getting the info17:05
davmor2evand, cjwatson: http://www.davmor2.co.uk/syslog17:15
iamfuzzhello all, I'm trying to customize a live CD17:29
iamfuzzfrom what I understand the default livecd user is ubuntu17:29
iamfuzzI would like to pre-populate some things in /home/ubuntu but it doesn't appear that user is created until boot time17:29
iamfuzzis there a way to do it properly?17:30
iamfuzzi.e. if I manually create the ubuntu user, will that dork casper up17:30
cjwatsonyes, don't do that17:30
cjwatsoneither edit /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/casper-bottom/10adduser, or create a new script that runs after that following the same style, that adds your stuff at boot time17:31
cjwatsonin either case, run update-initramfs -u and copy the resulting /boot/initrd.img-* to /casper/initrd.gz on the CD (I think there's advice on this in the standard live CD customisation docs)17:32
iamfuzzthx colin, I'll give it a go17:32
iamfuzzcjwatson, does /etc/skel funtionality still work for the ubuntu user?17:44
davmor2evand: bug 45558017:47
ubottuLaunchpad bug 455580 in ubiquity "Kubuntu auto resize can not move slider" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45558017:47
evanddavmor2: added to my list17:49
evandogra: do you happen to know what the magic runes are to boot these disk images with qemu-system-arm?17:50
davmor2evand: he keeps them in his pocket so no-one else can play ;)17:51
cjwatsoniamfuzz: I think so, although if you customise that in the live filesystem, beware that it'll apply to any user created during installation too17:58
davmor2evand: while your at it the clicky buttons for format in manual don't click18:47
evanddavmor2: clicky buttons?18:47
davmor2checkbox that the word I couldn't think of18:48
superm1haha "clicky buttons"  i thought all buttons were "clicky" :)18:48
davmor2superm1: just couldn't think of the name18:49
davmor2evand: bug 45565319:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 455653 in ubiquity "kubuntu unable to check format checkboxes in manual partitioning" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45565319:28
cjwatsontypical, when I try to reproduce the wubi bug, I can't. I'll try again after karate training I guess20:01
davmor2cjwatson: :D20:02
Nivexam I correct in inferring that the default task is ubuntu-desktop, even on network installs, unless otherwise specified?20:13
NCommandercjwatson, ping, when are you planning to upload ubiquity 2.0.1? (I have the partman-uboot changes done, but I need to do one more round of testing since I found a last minute big that I fixed)21:29
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cjwatsonNCommander: before I go to bed tonight22:49
cjwatsonNivex: only on CDs; netboot installs prompt22:49
NCommandercjwatson, can you look at merging https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/455713? (the ubiquity branch is still pushing)22:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 455713 in partman-auto "Please merge in changes tro allow partman-uboot to be used with ubiquity" [Undecided,In progress]22:53
NCommandercjwatson, I need to run for class, but I'll be back in ~2-3 hours I hope22:59
cjwatsonI'll be in bed before that23:04
cjwatsonI'll look at the bug, thanks23:04
CIA-33partman-auto: cjwatson * r306 ubuntu/ (4 files in 2 dirs): merge lp:~mcasadevall/partman-auto/use-uboot-on-dove23:06
CIA-33partman-auto: cjwatson * r307 ubuntu/debian/changelog: releasing version 89ubuntu223:07
cjwatsonNCommander: "elif fs in ('uboot'):" can't have been tested23:08
cjwatsonyou need == 'uboot' or in ('uboot',) otherwise that test means "is fs any of 'u', 'b', 'o', or 't'"23:08
cjwatsonnevertheless, the rest looks OK, but I think I might need to add some more bits23:09
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3534 ubiquity/ (5 files in 4 dirs): merge lp:~mcasadevall/ubiquity/use-uboot-on-dove23:09
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3535 ubiquity/ubiquity/components/partman.py: fix test23:09
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3536 ubiquity/ubiquity/frontend/kde_ui.py: list uboot in on_partition_edit_use_combo_changed too23:10
CIA-33ubiquity: cjwatson * r3537 ubiquity/ubiquity/components/partman.py: handle partman-uboot/mountpoint23:13

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