SarvattNg: want x64 debs or do you want to just wait for the PPA? I built it on my x64 machine to verify dropping patch 121 fixes it there too but I forgot plymouth wasnt working on that machine so cant test it00:02
NgSarvatt: ooh, the PPA built, I'll install it and test now :)00:05
* Ng sighs, or not00:06
Ngwhy does rebuilding xorg-xserver seem to force you to rebuild xserver-common to have the exact same version? :/00:06
Sarvattits part of the same source package?00:07
Nghrm, what, xserver-common claims to have a Source of xorg-server, but that's what I uploaded and it built, but didn't make a -common package00:07
Sarvattit builds with the i386 on a PPA I guess, building locally it builds it00:09
Ngohh, that's arch all, I bet that's only going to get built b... yeah, i38600:09
Ng    *   Start in 20 hours (2605) Rescore build  What's this?00:09
NgI'm just going to install yours ;)00:09
Sarvatt20 hours of mozilla queues no doubt :D00:09
Ngyeah, probably00:09
Ngbut there's only like 4 builders right now00:10
Sarvatti think theres a ton of KDE releasing queued to build too00:10
Sarvattreleases rather00:10
NgI should set up my own dak instance00:11
Sarvattwonder why that was broken in the past week though, last weekend after bryce updated xserver to drop the patch that was making it segfault on FatalError it was working fine with plymouth00:11
Sarvattsomewhere between sunday and wednesday it broke00:12
Sarvattwith patch 121 in xserver its trying to start display :1 on VT7 when I do a guest session and giving the drm failed to set master error with plymouth going, and if i drop patch 121 it starts display :1 on VT8 and works right00:13
Sarvattugh I need to write an upstart job for znc or something00:16
NgSarvatt: no change, switch user still leaves me with a weird broken console/X hybrid00:21
Ngupstart job? are you using it for multiple users or just yourself?00:21
NgI just have znc running for myself as my user:00:22
Ng-(cmsj@mairukipa)-(~)- crontab -l | grep znc00:22
Ng@reboot znc00:22
Sarvatthmmmmm why did it work here00:25
Sarvattahh I see what I did00:30
Sarvattmy indicator applet session is screwed up and not showing any buttons so I added the log out applet00:30
Sarvattthat does things differently00:30
Sarvattif i go to vt1, sudo service stop gdm then sudo service start gdm everything works fine00:31
Sarvatti think that log out applet is just stopping/restarting gdm without automatic login (?) instead of trying to change the session inside gdm00:32
Sarvattdont know how to fix indicator-applet-session to show the logoff/guest session stuff again00:35
Sarvattit works if i use the log off applet and log in again but its not working on first boot ever anymore00:35
Sarvattits working for you?00:37
Sarvattmaybe if i disable automatic login..00:38
Sarvattyep disabling automatic login made indicator-applet-session work again, and yep its still broken that way here :(00:47
Sarvattif i use log out applet it moves X over to VT8 altogether and things all work but still getting the "[drm] failed to set drm interface version." and "failed to get resources: Bad file descriptor"00:49
Sarvattfrom a fresh boot using VT700:49
NgSarvatt: yeah the indicator applet works fine for me, no automatic login00:52
Ng(I mean it works fine in that it shows the right items, they don't all work obviously ;)00:53
Sarvattyeah disabling automatic login fixed it here, guess thats the problem there :(00:54
Sarvatttrying gdm without the plymouth integration patch now01:07
Sarvattno luck there01:16
Sarvattthat solar plymouth theme sure is pretty, but wow does it kill my boot times http://sarvatt.com/downloads/asuka-lucid-20100123-3.png02:33
Sarvattstill feels 2x faster than jaunty though even though I had bootcharts like this back then http://sarvatt.com/downloads/ubuntu-9-jaunty-20090318-1.png02:38
ScislaCSarvatt: FYI, I finally rebooted and the Intuos 2 only works on the first plug. I have to fully reboot for it to be detected (well, or for it to work) again.08:55
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Sarvatttjaalton: think ya meant to make it xserver-xorg-input-joystick-dev? http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-xorg/driver/xserver-xorg-input-joystick.git;a=blob;f=debian/control;h=6ba8288cc0593381e0b7391645c812a2cae44400;hb=HEAD16:22
jcristauSarvatt: ack, please feel free to fix it up :)16:30
jcristauSarvatt: also change arch:any -> arch:all maybe16:30
aclarkeis there a version of the x-server-with-no-backfill patched version of the current x-server for Ubuntu 9.10; my latest apt-get upgrade replaced my patch x-server and my ATI-base windows are slow again :(17:06
aclarkethe original patched xserver PPA is here: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-x-swat/+archive/xserver-no-backfill17:06
libvjcristau: sad to hear that you're moving away from debian-x17:14
jcristaulibv: i need to finish my phd last year, and doing both at the same time doesn't seem possible :/17:16
jcristaubut thanks17:16
libvyeah, makes sense17:16
libvjcristau: coming to fosdem this year?17:42
jcristauafraid not :(17:42
libvtoo bad, not only for the social stuff, but i will be mentioning your work twice in my talk17:42
libv1) git trees with debian overlays 2) separate libdrmintel17:43
jcristaumaybe if xdc is in .fr later this year i'll try to make it there17:44
libvthere's going to be an xdc in europe?17:44
jcristaualanc said something like that on #xorg-devel17:44
jcristauwasn't sure yet, but.17:45
libvas a response to my complaint about fosdem i'm sure17:45
libvwhy is it that i have to kick ass, every time, before anything changes17:45
jcristaudunno in response to what, it was in the middle of freenode netsplits17:47
libvah, so it was not in the last few days?17:51
libvhah, 16th.17:55
libvf it17:56
libvfosdem is central, just as far to go to as everything else17:56
libverr, for everyone17:57
libvno-one without corporate sponsorship will go there17:58
libvwell, except the redhatters, they will use X.org funds as per usual17:58
verbalshadowi would really like some help, I have try remoting into my "sick" machine following https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Backtracing#Debug symbol information19:32
verbalshadowbut the whole machine crashes not just X, so i can never complete the backtrace19:33
verbalshadowthe screen sometime goes black but normally it just get white "scanlines" on kernels newer than -719:36
verbalshadowsorry this is in lucid19:41
Sarvattdh_install --sourcedir=debian/tmp --list-missing --exclude=joystick_drv.la --exclude=usr/share/man/man419:57
Sarvattdh_install -d debian/xserver-xorg-input-joystick/lib/udev/rules.d19:57
Sarvattdh_install: xserver-xorg-input-joystick missing files (usr/lib/xorg/modules/input/*.so), aborting19:57
Sarvattll debian/tmp/usr/lib/xorg/modules/input/*.so19:58
Sarvatt-rwxr-xr-x 1 robert robert 203766 2010-01-24 14:53 debian/tmp/usr/lib/xorg/modules/input/joystick_drv.so19:58
jcristaudh_install -d debian/xserver-xorg-input-joystick/lib/udev/rules.d20:02
jcristauthat sounds broken20:02
jcristauwas probably supposed to be install -d20:02
jcristausame for the next one20:03
jcristau dpkg-genchanges -b >../xserver-xorg-input-joystick_1.5.0-2_i386.changes20:03
Sarvattjoystick-dev should be arch: all? should evdev-dev to be arch: all too then?20:04
jcristauit's just a bunch of #defines there's no reason to make it arch:any20:05
Sarvattalrighty pushing to both now20:05
jcristaudebian/rules needs to do stuff in binary-indep for that to work though20:05
Sarvattcrap, thats what I get for messing with debian stuff when I don't understand what I'm doing, I left that out and am not sure how to fix it.20:18
Sarvattdoes that look right?20:19
SarvattI just copied your synaptics change20:19
jcristauyeah looks sane20:22
jcristaubasically copy dh_* from binary-arch and add DH_OPTIONS so debhelper does the right thing20:23
Sarvattshould I drop ${shlib:Depends} from the -dev and dh_shlibdeps from the binary-indep rules as well?20:27
jcristauit doesn't really matter20:27
Sarvattok joystick works with http://git.debian.org/?p=pkg-xorg/driver/xserver-xorg-input-joystick.git;a=commit;h=2a28ce4c4e7b8991b3fe881b6a6c7b99ac24ba2a  now to fix up evdev20:35
Sarvattsorry about the trouble and thanks a ton for helping me through it jcristau20:37
jcristaunp.  i like it when i don't have to do anything ;)20:41
tjaaltonSarvatt: hah, I suck22:43
andrukplease excuse me if this isn't the appropriate place to ask this, but if I'm trying to use XOpenDisplay/XCloseDisplay in a program, is it possible to get a list of the current screens attached to a specific Xserver so i can pick one and use it in XOpenDisplay/XCloseDisplay?22:56
jcristauonce you've done XOpenDisplay you can walk the screens22:58
jcristauScreenCount(dpy) tells you how many of them there are22:58

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