BUGabundoboa noite. bed time01:19
[reed]ugh, Firefox is using system sqlite?02:49
[reed]on Ubuntu02:49
micahg[reed]: yes, why?02:50
micahgare they bumping minimum again?02:50
[reed]because Ubuntu's system sqlite is not compiled correctly at all02:50
micahgis that why we have issues?02:50
micahg[reed]: is it something we can fix?02:51
[reed]what's the package name for firefox ubuntu wise02:51
[reed]"firefox" is upstream02:51
[reed]but what's the ubuntu one?02:51
micahgfirefox-3.5 right now02:51
micahgfirefox is the project and metapackage02:52
[reed]There is no project in Launchpad named "firefox-3.5". Please search for it as it may be registered with a different name.02:52
[reed]oh, so I still use "firefox"?02:52
[reed]link this sqlite3 bug to firefox02:52
micahgin ubuntu?02:52
micahgno, mark also affects distro, firefox-3.502:52
[reed]sorry, not very good at launchpad02:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 229003 in sqlite3 "Build sqlite3 with fts3 fulltext search " [Undecided,New]02:54
[reed]how do I get rid of firefox02:54
micahgis there an upstream issue in bmo?02:54
[reed]there is for the second bug I'm going to file02:54
micahgoh, let me see, I think you just change project to null02:54
micahgfixed, I think02:55
micahg[reed]: too bad we didn't find out sooner02:56
[reed]yeah, I didn't know either02:56
micahgwe probably can't get that fixed till Lucid now02:56
[reed]well, the fix will be not to compile with system sqlite02:56
[reed]if you can't fix the sqlite3 package02:56
micahghow big of an impact is it for ff3.5?02:56
[reed]it's big for Firefox 3+02:56
[reed]not just 3.502:57
[reed]this has probably been causing problems for you for a while02:57
micahgwhat are the symptoms?02:57
[reed]awesome bar fail, private browsing not deleting everything, etc.02:58
micahgI'll add ff3.0 as well02:59
[reed]rename null to firefox-3.002:59
micahgproject vs distro03:00
micahgI'm copying in the relavent part of our conversation03:00
[reed]is the other bug03:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 457791 in sqlite3 "Build sqlite3 with SQLITE_SECURE_DELETE" [Undecided,New]03:03
micahgwell, if we're going to make a change to ff3.5 like this, it'll have to be soon03:03
micahgare you posting the LP link upstream?03:05
micahgotherwise, I doo it03:05
[reed]I will03:05
micahgok, asac will get all this in the morning03:09
[reed]yeah, this is a major issue... one that could possibly fall into the "Ubuntu can't use the term Firefox" category if it's not fixed somehow03:09
micahgI don't know what issues we'll have with FF3.5 on the CD and not using system sqlite03:09
[reed]have the CDs been built?03:10
micahgNo, freeze is SUnday03:10
micahgfinal freeze is tuesday03:10
[reed]so, is there some documentation on how to get the source for packages and create appropriate patches? I'll be happy to supply patches.03:12
micahgyou can branch the bzr branch lp:firefox/3.503:13
[reed]well, I mean for sqlite303:13
micahgsources, just apt-get source sqlite303:14
[reed]and then is there some specific way to make the patch?03:14
micahg[reed]: patching: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDevelopment/Patches?highlight=%28CategoryProcess%2903:15
[reed]that was useless03:15
[reed]like, normal `patch`, or some ubuntu-specific method or what?03:15
micahgdebdiff is preferred03:15
[reed]debdiff -- not familiar with that03:15
[reed]see, that's what I'm looking for03:16
* micahg is looking03:16
micahg[reed]: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Recipes/Debdiff03:17
micahg[reed]: want some tips?03:41
micahgor rather I have just one comment03:41
micahgwith LP, it's closes (LP: #XXXXXX)03:42
micahgor something like that03:42
micahg[reed]: sorry, for some reason I thought you were on karmic, generally, we provide patches to devel version first03:45
jcastro[reed]: ugh03:48
jcastrohorrible timing03:48
[reed]micahg: I took my format from some other entry in that same changelog.05:19
[reed]but yeah, tips are appreciated05:19
[reed]jcastro: <305:19
micahg[reed]: yes, but the other entry was from debian :)05:19
micahgwe have it a little different so they can close issues for us as well05:20
micahgI doubt the release team will consider modifying sqlite at this point since so many apps rely on it05:20
micahgmaybe for lucid05:21
[reed]so, I think you should just use system sqlite for firefox then05:22
[reed]that seems like an easy fix05:22
[reed]yes, package gets larger05:22
[reed]but it will only affect firefox05:22
micahgyou mean non-system sqlite05:22
micahgI'll talk with asac in the morning05:22
[reed]er, yes05:23
micahgbut that would also affect the CDs which have limited space05:23
micahghow much does sqlite add?  latest CD is at 687MB05:24
[reed]not much, I wouldn't think05:24
micahgamd64 at 698MB05:24
[reed]let me look05:25
micahgwe might have to fix it in -updates05:25
micahgI"m going to stop guessing now05:25
micahgand wait for asac05:25
[reed]$ du -hs libsqlite3.so05:25
[reed]that's in my mozilla.org firefox build05:25
[reed]so, half a meg05:25
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nillebhello everybody09:06
nillebi've a problem with fcntl64 on the .parentlock, firefox 3.509:07
nillebi've no profile at all when starting FF, but I however get a "lock: permission denied" when starting09:08
nilleba strace says me that09:08
nillebstat64("/home/DOMAIN/xyz/.mozilla/firefox/wxr2z7j2.default", {st_mode=S_IFDIR|0700, st_size=4096, ...}) = 009:09
nillebopen("/home/DOMAIN/xyz/.mozilla/firefox/wxr2z7j2.default/.parentlock", O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC, 0666) = 2009:09
nillebfcntl64(20, F_GETLK, {type=F_UNLCK, whence=SEEK_SET, start=0, len=0, pid=3215761396}) = 009:09
nillebfcntl64(20, F_SETLK, {type=F_WRLCK, whence=SEEK_SET, start=0, len=0}) = -1 EACCES (Permission denied)09:09
nillebclose(20)                               = 009:09
nillebstat64("/home/DOMAIN/xyz/.mozilla/firefox/wxr2z7j2.default", {st_mode=S_IFDIR|0700, st_size=4096, ...}) = 009:09
nillebopen("/home/DOMAIN/xyz/.mozilla/firefox/wxr2z7j2.default/.parentlock", O_WRONLY|O_CREAT|O_TRUNC, 0666) = 2009:09
nillebfcntl64(20, F_GETLK, {type=F_UNLCK, whence=SEEK_SET, start=0, len=0, pid=3215761396}) = 009:09
nillebfcntl64(20, F_SETLK, {type=F_WRLCK, whence=SEEK_SET, start=0, len=0}) = -1 EACCES (Permission denied)09:09
nillebclose(20)                               = 009:09
nillebsomebody has an idea about the cause of this misbehavior?09:10
nillebthe execution environment is an ubuntu 9.10, with likewise enabled09:10
asac[reed]: there?09:33
asacwhats the prob?09:33
asaci dont know, but the fact that we use system libs this cycle still was well known ;)09:35
asacwe will dump everything in this direction in lucid09:35
asacupdate onw is kind of way off. we have to fix this in a SRU09:45
Mirvhere if you need me to do/check something for bug #429835 which seems to be fixed for most languages but at least not Finnish09:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 429835 in firefox-3.5 "[MASTER] chrome error when viewing untrusted https site using firefox with non en-US locale on karmic" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/42983509:50
asacMirv: well. talk to me earlier than today basically09:53
Mirvjust a second, starting my time machine09:56
asacchecking with arne now if we have a chance to fix it for last update run theoretically09:58
asacnilleb: who owns your directory?10:09
asacls -l on those files10:09
nillebbellin-salarin@ly-qa-bellinux:~$ ls -Al .mozilla/firefox/wxr2z7j2.default/10:10
nillebtotal 3610:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users 20160 2009-10-22 09:31 bookmarks.html10:10
nillebdrwxr-xr-x 2 bellin-salarin domain^users  4096 2009-10-22 09:31 chrome10:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users   153 2009-10-22 09:31 localstore.rdf10:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users   356 2009-10-22 09:31 mimeTypes.rdf10:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users     0 2009-10-22 09:55 .parentlock10:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users   347 2009-10-22 09:31 prefs.js10:10
nillebbellin-salarin@ly-qa-bellinux:~$ ls -al .mozilla/firefox/10:10
nillebtotal 1610:10
nillebdrwx------ 3 bellin-salarin domain^users 4096 2009-10-22 09:31 .10:10
nillebdrwx------ 3 bellin-salarin domain^users 4096 2009-10-22 09:31 ..10:10
nilleb-rw-r--r-- 1 bellin-salarin domain^users   94 2009-10-22 09:31 profiles.ini10:10
nillebdrwx------ 3 bellin-salarin domain^users 4096 2009-10-22 09:31 wxr2z7j2.default10:10
nillebbellin-salarin is the guy who executes firefox. DOMAIN\xyz in the strace should be replaced with DOMAIN\bellin-salarin10:11
nilleband \ should be replaced with /, as well.10:12
nillebif you like, I can as well make a chmod -R 777 * on the whole tree. it's brand new, it has been created by firefox itself on its last startup.10:13
nillebbtw, i've done it, and the result doesn't change.10:14
asacnilleb: what kind of partition is that?10:16
asacsomething special? how do you mount it?10:17
nillebnope. it's a classical ext3 partition10:17
nillebi was reading some more about apparmor10:17
asacnilleb: paste mount output10:18
asacnilleb: apparmor shouldnt be a problem i would hope10:18
asacbut wont rule it out10:18
nillebbellin-salarin@ly-qa-bellinux:~$ mount10:18
nilleb/dev/sda6 on / type ext3 (rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro)10:18
nillebproc on /proc type proc (rw)10:18
nillebnone on /sys type sysfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev)10:18
nillebnone on /sys/fs/fuse/connections type fusectl (rw)10:18
nillebnone on /sys/kernel/debug type debugfs (rw)10:18
nillebnone on /sys/kernel/security type securityfs (rw)10:18
nillebudev on /dev type tmpfs (rw,mode=0755)10:18
nillebnone on /dev/pts type devpts (rw,noexec,nosuid,gid=5,mode=0620)10:18
nillebnone on /dev/shm type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,nodev)10:18
nillebnone on /var/run type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,mode=0755)10:18
asacfor you setlk doesnt work10:18
nillebnone on /var/lock type tmpfs (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev)10:18
nillebnone on /lib/init/rw type tmpfs (rw,nosuid,mode=0755)10:18
nilleb/dev/sda5 on /media/gray type ext4 (rw)10:18
nillebrpc_pipefs on /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs type rpc_pipefs (rw)10:18
nillebnone on /proc/fs/vmblock/mountPoint type vmblock (rw)10:18
nillebnfsd on /proc/fs/nfsd type nfsd (rw)10:18
nillebbinfmt_misc on /proc/sys/fs/binfmt_misc type binfmt_misc (rw,noexec,nosuid,nodev)10:18
nillebgvfs-fuse-daemon on /home/ESKERCORP/bellin-salarin/.gvfs type fuse.gvfs-fuse-daemon (rw,nosuid,nodev,user=bellin-salarin)10:18
nillebyeah, i can confirm :-)10:19
nillebI'd like to verify if other ps have the same problem, but i'm lazy and i'm not willing to code a fcntl sample10:20
asaci havent heart of this issue10:20
asaccat /proc/locks10:21
asacplease not here, but paste in some pastebin10:21
asaccompare the inodes in that locks proc thing10:21
asacwith ls -li ...path/to/.parentlock10:22
asacMirv: i disabled the po2xpi way of doing fi now ... so in case there is a run you wiill get the fix10:24
asacnot sure though if that run already happened10:24
asaclets hope not ;)10:24
Mirvasac: ok, thanks. let's see how it goes.10:28
nillebasac: http://pastebin.com/d5a7d86c910:48
asacnilleb: ps -eaf | grep firefox11:13
nillebbellin-salarin@ly-qa-bellinux:~/devperso$ ps -eaf | grep firefox11:14
nilleb1893211406 7181 5539  0 12:14 pts/0    00:00:00 grep firefox11:14
[reed]asac: "onw"?11:15
asac[reed]: i will check how good its to put that in a security update11:17
asacor SRU ... if we decided to change the build flags of sqlite11:17
asacrather than going to in-source11:17
[reed]well, I think you just run less of a risk of issues with other things that use sqlite if you use in-source11:18
[reed]but then again, other things may benefit from that flag being set11:18
asaci know11:18
asacbut there are a bunch of things you cannot say11:18
asacfrom firefox perspective its easy11:18
asacin-source sqlite is safe11:18
asachowever, since we use xulrunner there are apps that also link against sqlite11:18
asacand that busts things11:18
asaceither loading first system sqlite . .. and then booting gre will make the xulrunner use the wrong sqlite11:19
asacor the other way around a different version will be used by the app (e.g. the one from xulrunner=11:19
asacso that needs some thorough testing11:19
asacits the same like the in-source cairo11:19
asacwhich even busts fonts of firefox completely11:19
asacbecause you have a mismatch of gtk cairo and in-source cairo11:20
asaci have to investigate that more. but i checked both options and the in-source cairo build was much more busted wrt to fonts11:20
asaclast time i checked11:20
asac[reed]: the gtk cairo thing is imo a real issue ... you always rely on system gtk ... which always has a system cairo ... and then you ship your own cairo and force that on top ;)11:21
asacbutnothing to discuss quickly here11:21
[reed]we knew you were using system sqlite -- just didn't know you weren't using the same compile flags11:21
[reed]that's the problem :(11:21
asacme neither11:21
asac[reed]: most likely we will go to in-source in lucid11:21
asacbut in general we should establish a procedure11:21
asacso we can check on all the other syslibs we might use11:22
asacthough i try to not do that now anymore ... so not sure if thats worth to start doing at this point11:22
[reed]this all can't wait until lucid11:22
[reed]this needs to be fixed in karmic's cycle sometime -- either now or in an update11:22
asac12:17 < asac> [reed]: i will check how good its to put that in a security update11:23
asac12:17 < asac> or SRU ... if we decided to change the build flags of sqlite11:23
asacso yes. we will do something11:23
[reed]SRU == ?11:23
asacstable release update11:23
asacthats a properly tested/staged update11:23
asaccompared to a security update that doesnt get a wide spread baking11:24
[reed]what's the time difference?11:24
asac[reed]: SRUs sit about a week in -proposed11:24
asacif there are regressions we will obviously do one more iteration etc.11:24
asacso -proposed is basically the only way we have to do something that we think is risky11:25
asacanyway. thanks for letting us know. needs to be fixed11:25
asacfor sure11:25
asaci hope its just system sqlite buld flag changing11:25
asacbecause starting to use in-source will be much more risky for the rest of the distro (as i explained above)11:26
[reed]let me know if you need any assistance figuring out stuff or anything from the Mozilla side11:27
asaci have to do a few more things today and hopefull start on the next security update batch tomorrow ... also the ubufox thing11:38
asac[reed]: how to make chrome files unprivileged? is that a special hint in jar.mn?11:38
asacor rather ship them in chrome://locale/... rather than content/...11:38
asaci know about about handlers and all, but this seems to have passed by me ;)11:38
[reed]ask in the bug? :)11:59
[reed]gavin would know11:59
asacNafallo: archive.ubuntu.com is in bad shape ;)12:56
asacis RC out?12:56
Nafalloasac: don't think it is.12:57
asacErr http://archive.ubuntu.com karmic/main gnome-control-center 1:2.28.1-0ubuntu1 (dsc) Could not connect to archive.ubuntu.com:80 (, connection timed out12:57
Nafalloasac: (is slangasek awake yet?) ;-)12:57
asaci didnt think its out12:57
asacjust because archive isnt responsind and sometimes takes 30 seconds to get the connection12:58
asacdid you make apache only have a pool of 10 ;)12:58
Nafalloasac: I reach it fine fwiw12:58
Nafalloasac: as do our monitoring12:58
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asac0% [Connecting to archive.ubuntu.com (]12:59
asacNafallo: is that IP the one ?12:59
asacor is that a round-robin and i have bad luck?12:59
asacits really slow12:59
asacnow i got a connect, but "waiting for headers"12:59
Nafalloasac: RRDNS, but the specific one you mention seems fine.13:00
asacNafallo: can you try that directly?13:00
asacit took 10 seconds to get headers ;)13:00
asacor even a bit longer13:00
asacnow getting 25k13:00
asacif you say its good then its here ;)13:00
Nafalloasac: I just used the direct hostname in firefox.13:00
asacnow stolled13:01
asacjdstrand: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=44516414:58
ubottuMozilla bug 445164 in Private Browsing "Private data not properly cleared from SQLite database" [Major,New]14:58
asacjdstrand: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/firefox/+bug/45779114:58
ubottuLaunchpad bug 457791 in firefox "Build sqlite3 with SQLITE_SECURE_DELETE" [Unknown,Confirmed]14:58
asaci think all since hardy are affected14:58
jdstrandasac: noted. please fix in the next security update, referencing the bug in the changelog and I'll be sure to add appropriate text to the USN15:00
asacjdstrand: thats a systemsqlite update15:00
jdstrandoh, I misread15:00
asacjdstrand: my plan was to upload to -proposed as i am not sure if that has any regressions15:00
* jdstrand goes to reread15:00
asacjdstrand: basically we dont use the same flags as mozilla for their in-source sqlite15:01
jdstrandright, I see that now15:01
asacwe have to check how to establish processes to fix that in future ... but for now this feels more like something that should sit in -proposed for a bit15:01
asacand then go to security with an advisory15:01
jdstrandasac: ok. so, yeah. this should go to -proposed like you said. maybe you can get your legions of tests for the next security update to enable -proposed, install sqlite3 and give feedback in the bug, then we can pocket copy to security15:02
jdstrandasac: please build it in your ppa, and I can pocket copy to -proposed15:02
asacright. i will prepare it in mozilla-security ppa and the we can push it to -proposed etc.15:03
jdstrandsounds great15:03
asacjdstrand: we already can copy to karmic-proposed?15:03
asacwould like to do all in one run15:03
asacin the past we could upload to -proposed before release iirc15:04
jdstrandbut if people test the karmic package in mozilla-security, then that can be noted in the bug15:04
jdstrandasac: I didn't think they were open yet. perhaps ask an ubuntu-release member?15:05
asacok so its reallly just unapproved queue15:07
asacjdstrand: any USN i should put in?15:08
jdstrandasac: no. the bug number is fine15:08
jdstrandasac: mozilla is the *only* set of packages that we pre-assign a USN15:08
asacright since we dont put the details in there15:09
asacmakes sense15:09
* jdstrand nods15:09
jcastroasac: do we have a list of expected flags and whatnot from mozilla for system libraries?16:31
jcastrolike, you'd think there'd be a list somewhere?16:31
asacjcastro: we should establish a process so we get such a list i think16:35
asacatm its in the code16:35
asacbut not in a way that we can easily extract that automatically i think ... though that might be possible to do16:36
jcastro[reed]: can you ask someone what things mozilla expects out of platformy things?16:36
jcastro[reed]: I'd like to avoid "oh hey, fix this or you can't call it firefox" type problems a week before final ISOs if you know what I mean. :p16:36
asacjcastro: if you ask the question that way, the answer will be "do not use system libs" ;) .... and i am thinking about moving there in lucid16:36
asacthe other important aspect i think is to get pre-notification if they consier to bump16:37
asactheir requirements16:37
jcastroasac: let's do it the chrome way and just shove everything in /opt16:37
asacso for us its hard to rush out a new upstream lib in two weeks16:37
[reed]jcastro: well, if we update a lib within our source, we expect downstream to be using that version -- either the in-source version or a system version that's built the same way17:07
[reed]we have code that depends on such things17:07
jcastroright, I'm just saying, if you expect an external library to be built a certain way there should be a list of those17:08
[reed]yeah, we're thinking about some type of test or something17:10
[reed]we already have configure checks for version numbers17:10
[reed]but, we don't have anything for build flags17:10
[reed]I'll talk to mconnor17:10
micahgasac: hi18:16
micahgasac: what do we do with prism?18:22
asacmicahg: hi19:07
asacmicahg: does prism work at all?19:07
asacbug #45659819:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 456598 in mozvoikko "incorrect Breaks statement forces removal because of newer firefox-3.5" [High,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45659819:07
micahgno, I tested prism19:08
micahgtried to change xulrunner to 1.9.119:08
micahgand it didn't work19:08
micahgthere's an xpi type file in there with a min and max version19:09
micahgand I didn't have a chance to alter it yet19:09
micahgcan we get prism 1.0b1 in?19:09
micahgI think fta said it was built already in the bug19:09
asacmicahg: if we think that the current version won't fly, then thats the right way, yes19:09
micahgbut I couldn't find it19:09
micahgasac: I can try to hack it a little more, but the version is 2 years out of date19:10
asacmicahg: the version was never bumped. check the daily ppa package19:10
asacthat is 1.0b2+something19:10
micahgbut we'd need to release the stable 1.0b1 I think19:10
micahgI have to go, will you be online in a couple of hours?19:11
asacmicahg: i think there were not many commits after 1.0b1 ... i think its even 1.0 what is currently in head19:19
micahg1.0 hasn;t been released yet19:20
micahgI'll be back in about an hour19:20
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BUGabundoboas noites20:45
ftadtchen, I wanted to play a bit with world of goo, the sound is unbearable :(21:23
ftaanother sdl game21:24
fta(it was fine a few months ago, same h/w)21:30
micahgfta: do you have a version of 1.0b1 that would be ready to go?21:36
ftanope, but it should be as simple as downgrading d/changelog from the PPA21:37
micahghow do I get the source for 1.0b1?21:38
micahgoh, neever mind21:39
micahgI know how...21:39
ftasame as ff, just find the tag21:40
micahgprism uses svn I htought?21:42
micahgsvn in m-dev is broke I thought21:49
ftais it?21:50
ftathe local branch feature, maybe, but here, it's not needed, it should be fine21:50
micahgfta: I won't be able to get to songbird until next week22:11
micahgI've got a work project I need to finish22:12
ftabtw, tons of red in the dailies22:23
asacxul ffox and tbird 322:24
asacas it seems22:25
micahglibcairo was bumped22:25
micahgor jsut cairo22:25
micahg1.8.8 is min for trunk now22:25
asaclike that?22:26
asacxul 1.9.322:27
asactbird 3?22:27
asacis probably something else22:27
micahgPatch bz466250_att349521_fix_ftbfs_with_cairo_fb.patch does not apply22:28
micahgasac: if I can package prism late tonight and it works, should I try to get it in?22:32
asacmicahg: is the daily broken atm?22:33
asacmicahg: if you have prism fixed I would vote for getting it updated. yes.22:34
micahgok, I'll see what I can do when I get home tonight22:34
micahgI think the 25th is the final archive freeze22:34
asacmicahg: yes. but i wouldnt stress it too much. prism needs still FFe etc.22:35
micahgwell, it's totally  broke now in karmic from what I can tell22:36
asacstill FFe ;)22:39
asaceven if its just a simple sign off22:39
micahgI know22:39
micahgI've already gotten 2 of them approved this cycle :)22:39
asaci think i can sign off FFe22:56
asac(for prism)23:03
ftaBUGabundo, do you use "shared folders" in virtualbox?23:13
BUGabundodebian host with XP client23:13
BUGabundowhy fta?23:13
ftaBUGabundo, how does it work? i mean, where are those folders supposed to appear?23:14
BUGabundosomething similar to samba I guess23:15
BUGabundoyou access it via a special localtion provide why guest additions23:15
BUGabundowhat fta?23:20
ftai have no idea what i'm doing here23:33
ftai'm a noob in windows23:33
BUGabundofta: Start -> Run -> \\vbox\WHATEVERNAMEYOUGAVESHAREDFOLDER23:34
BUGabundoof course, first you need to install guest addicions23:35
micahgasac: 2 motu-release people needed for FFe23:35
BUGabundoand create a shared folder on VBox admin control23:35
asacmicahg: ?23:35
micahgasac: you said you can sign off on FFe23:35
asacmicahg: i always thought they delegated that to me for mozilla extensions/plugins and so on23:35
micahgmaybe if you say ok, 2 would ack23:36
micahgI just know what I had to do for the other packages23:36
asacyes. but i think they delegated it to me ;)23:36
micahgok, well, I'll subscribe you when I subscribe motu-release23:37
asaci wont see it though23:38
asacso better tell me ;)23:38
micahgI'll ping you if I finish tonight23:38
asacmicahg: you can file the bug now23:38
micahgwe already have one23:38
asacno need to wait for a package23:39
asacwasnt aware there was a FFe bug23:39
micahgbut I can't subscribe motu-release until I have everything ready :)23:39
micahgno, but there's an upgrade bug23:39
micahgbug 24682223:39
ubottuLaunchpad bug 246822 in prism "Prism should be updated to new upstream version 1.0b1" [Wishlist,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/24682223:39
asacok check that it works and i will get the acks23:40
micahgok, but I can't do that till I get home, so about 7 or 8 hours at least23:40
asaci asked for an ack from the release folks23:44
micahgasac: from the wiki: Please note that we expect requesters to have an updated package already  prepared and tested! You will need this anyway to provide proper build  logs.23:44
asacso we dont loose time in case we have the fix23:44
asacwell. it was me who requested it ... so if its wrong, i am the one who failed :)23:45
asacusually i asked for FFe before i uploaded ;)23:45
asacwith a rational, why its needed etc.23:45
micahgyes, but you have the tested package already ready generally23:45
micahgI don;'t havet that yet23:45
micahgdo I need to make a bzr branch for prism?23:46
asacthere is a bzr branch23:46
asacparent branch: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/%7Emozillateam/prism/prism/23:46
ftaBUGabundo, doesn't seem to work. "Error: unspecified error"23:46
micahgok, should I propose a merge then when I'm done?23:47
BUGabundoworks for me on debian23:47
BUGabundonot sure we have some but hitting us23:47
BUGabundoI read some user on +1 with a similar prob23:47
asacprism (1.0b2+svn20090813r49078-0ubuntu1) UNRELEASED; urgency=low23:47
asacthat seems good23:47
asaci think its 1.023:47
micahgasac: you want me to package head or the tagged 1.0b1?23:48
asaci would think head23:49
asacit wasnt touched for ages23:50
micahgapparently there's a b2 build, but they're not releasing it yet23:50
asacmicahg: http://pastebin.com/f604d2b0d thats the first part of the patch ;)23:50
asacmicahg: last time i talked to upstream guy the release situation was confusing23:50
asache released something, but never tagged it or bumped the install.rdf in svn23:51
micahgok, is there someone I can chat with upstream?23:51
asache wanted to fix that, but i am not sure23:51
asachis nick is plasticmillion23:51
asacon irc.mozilla23:51
asacbut he is not there atm23:51
Mook_sbasac: he's Matt now23:52
asacoh ;)23:52
asacnot online either23:53
Mook_sbasac: while I'm here, http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.planning/browse_thread/thread/2fcd83608b62d5ce may be interesting to you. (msgid krKdnWrTb5QzJUrXnZ2dnUVZ_t-dnZ2d@mozilla.org)23:55
* micahg has been watching23:56
micahgit's quite interesting23:58

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