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shtylmansuperm1 ev: if anything need explaining with my branch let me know01:24
shtylmanthere were a few items I hacked into place01:24
shtylmanthat can probly be cleaned up once all frontends are plugin based01:24
evshtylman: indeed, I've been cleaning up as I go (lp:~ev/ubiquity/plugins-conversion)01:39
shtylmanev: cool01:40
shtylmanonce that is done... there are some more keyboard fixes I have in the works01:41
shtylmanand some small resolution tweaks and the kde side should be good to go01:41
shtylmananything major change with partitioning i should look into?01:41
evwhat keyboard fixes?01:42
evpartitioning> can you elaborate01:42
shtylmanev: I changed how the keyboard display looks (to show shift letters as well) and have just a few more things with that.01:44
evokay cool01:44
shtylmanpartitioning: there was talk about raid? or changing stuff on the partitioner01:45
evconsole-setup is already a plugin though01:45
evso feel free to commit that to trunk01:45
shtylmanev: right I know it is... that was just a general change...unrelated to plugins01:45
evshtylman: I believe cjwatson is working on adding raid support to partitioning page01:46
shtylmanev: gotcha...ok...I will see what he comes up with and hopefully port that over to kde side if he doesn't in the process01:49
evcoolness01:50
CarlFKlucid alt installer supports encrypting any device (/dev/hda1).  do either karmic installer have that option?02:14
CarlFKtrying to figure out how to encrypt /02:14
cjwatsonnone of this stuff has changed in lulcid, to my knowledge02:15
cjwatson*lucid02:15
cjwatsonso if lucid supports itthen karmic does too02:16
CarlFKso the alter installer should have it.  know if the live cd one does?02:16
cjwatsonno.02:20
cjwatsonthis may change at some point but it's not explicitly on the lucid agenda02:20
CarlFKthanks - the "encrypt home" option had me thinking I was missing something.  I'll get the alt.02:24
laumonieri try to launch ubuntu 10.04 on my usb key then i come to the live boot screen and then even if i choose try without installing or  install i have a black screen next someone could help me????14:54
evcjwatson: do you have a suggestion for a good place for this to live: http://paste.ubuntu.com/367770/ ?19:31
cjwatsonev: is this the oem-dvd-iso tool?19:33
evja19:34
cjwatsonoem-config is tempting, but I guess it gets removed19:34
cjwatsonhow about a new binary package produced by ubiquity?19:34
evseems reasonable enough19:35
evokay19:35
CIA-6apt-setup: cjwatson * r181 ubuntu/ (4 files in 3 dirs):20:19
CIA-6apt-setup: * Backport from trunk:20:19
CIA-6apt-setup:  - Guard against future multiple-CD handling changes in apt. If multiple20:19
CIA-6apt-setup:  CDs are inserted then any one can satisfy a media-change request. We20:19
CIA-6apt-setup:  don't yet deal with multiple CDs everywhere, but at least we won't20:19
CIA-6apt-setup:  break when 'apt-cdrom ident' starts returning multiple labels.20:19
CIA-6ubiquity: evand * r3733 ubiquity/ (5 files in 2 dirs):20:36
CIA-6ubiquity: Add an additional package (oem-config-remaster) to remaster an20:36
CIA-6ubiquity: Ubuntu ISO with additional packages and oem-config preseed data.20:36
CIA-6ubiquity: evand * r3734 ubiquity/scripts/install.py: Catch more debconf exceptions.20:40
CIA-6apt-setup: cjwatson * r182 ubuntu/debian/changelog: releasing version 1:0.42ubuntu220:44
CIA-6partman-target: cjwatson * r786 ubuntu/ (5 files in 4 dirs):21:02
CIA-6partman-target: Stop adding removable devices to /etc/fstab, now that apt knows how to21:02
CIA-6partman-target: find CD-ROM devices using libudev (LP: #33512).21:02
CIA-6ubiquity: superm1 * r3735 ubiquity/ (4 files in 2 dirs):21:08
CIA-6ubiquity: Add oem-config/late-command for cleaning up any preparation that was21:08
CIA-6ubiquity: done via oem-config/early-command for the oem-config run.21:08
evnice22:23
CIA-6ubiquity: evand * r3722 plugins-conversion/ubiquity/frontend/kde_ui.py: Remove references to usersetup in kde_ui.23:09
superm1ev, so looking that over, it's not entirely clear; the additional repo be used w/o being GPG signed?23:14
evcan you phrase that in a different way?23:14
evas it stands, you need to sign the repository with a key, though it doesn't matter which23:15
evI thought about allowing --allow-unauthenticated23:15
evbut as it has the potential to also pull packages from the interwebs, I think that's a bad idea23:16
superm1that would be preferable if that was supported through some kind of override23:16
superm1at least for closed environments23:16
evso an option to enable unauthenticated packages that also only installs from local sources?23:18
evor just an option to override, which turfs the security considerations to the end user?23:19
superm1if it's doable; the former.23:20
superm1i was originally thinking this design was going to trump the whole pool rather than adding a supplemental pool (which would allow apt-cdrom to work)23:22
CIA-6partman-target: cjwatson * r787 ubuntu/debian/ (11 files in 2 dirs): Update translations of Ubuntu-specific strings from Launchpad.23:41
evokay, I'll look into it23:41
CIA-6partman-target: cjwatson * r788 ubuntu/debian/changelog: releasing version 64ubuntu623:42
CIA-6ubiquity: cjwatson * r3736 ubiquity/ (debian/changelog scripts/install.py):23:46
CIA-6ubiquity: Drop code to remove broken CD-ROM entries from /etc/fstab after install;23:46
CIA-6ubiquity: partman-target 64ubuntu6 no longer writes removable device entries to23:46
CIA-6ubiquity: /etc/fstab.23:46

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