MaletorHow could I set up Ubuntu as a SIP server (for VOIP phones)?00:37
persiaasterisk seems the popular solution these days.00:37
twbThere's that other one that isn't asterisk, too00:37
twbI forget the name00:38
* persia also, perhaps indicating it's not as commonly used :)00:38
twbIt's allegedly less annoying to set up00:38
twbI have a feeling it has "net" or "open" in its name00:39
persia"ser" perhaps?00:39
* persia is just reading through the output of `apt-cache search sip`00:39
twbpersia: no debtags?00:39
persiaI don't tend to use debtags myself.00:40
persiaI suspect they would be useful for stuff like this :)00:40
twbaptitude search ~Gvoip00:40
persiasipwitch can be a server, but I think only a peer server.00:40
twbNone of the matches ring a bell00:40
persiaOne might also ask in #ubuntu-voip, but I know they have a spec this cycle to make asterisk good, so the advice may not be very different.00:40
twbHaha "what are the deliverables for this project?" "We want it to SUCK LESS." "Sigh."00:41
persiatwb: http://www.mutt.org/00:48
twbpersia: hmm?00:49
twbOh, their motto00:49
persiaYes.  I suspect your quotes are a reference to that (either directly, or through cultural osmosis)00:49
twbActually I was quoting ok-cancel.com00:49
persiaAnd I believe that ok-cancel.com was (directly or indirectly) quoting mutt.org :)  It's a good meme, and 15 years is a long time.00:50
persiaAnyway, doesn't matter :)00:50
twbWell, the joke -- which mutt didn't understand -- is that there's no rational metric for suckage, so you CAN'T make it a deliverable or a requirement.00:51
persiarationality is overvalued :p00:52
twb(Which isn't to say that I don't use and like mutt.)00:52
MaletorHow do I get my ubuntu box to run an SIP server so that I can use VOIP?01:12
twbMaletor: did you hear any of the discussion before you timed out?01:13
uvirtbotNew bug: #529785 in krb5 (main) "package libkrb5support0 1.7dfsg~beta3-1ubuntu0.3 failed to install/upgrade: la subprocezo dpkg-deb --control liveris eraran elir-staton 2" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52978501:16
zroyschthis is very bad?01:52
twbzroysch: that would depend on what's inconsistent01:59
twbzroysch: pastebin the lines above that01:59
zroyschi think im not gonna have much if any data left after this is over02:01
twbzroysch: that error alone isn't too serious -- I'd take it as meaning you might have lost on directory tree worth of stuff -- as long as it's not something like /etc/02:02
persiaAnd some of the stuff may well end up in lost+found after fsck -y02:03
MatBoynot nice, my hylafax modem does not pickup02:19
zroyschmine still do02:21
jeeves_Mossare there any good alts for an on-line streaming media server other than Ampache?04:25
jeeves_MossSam-I-Am, any others?  I was reading along, and it looked like Ampache was the best choice, but the interface sucks, and it won't let me get the album art, etc04:27
jeeves_Mossicecast does streaming?04:28
persiaIsn't that all it does?04:28
jeeves_Mossyes, but it sucks.04:28
jeeves_MossI've got over 12,000 MP3s, and I want to be able to stream it to my work PC04:29
twbThere's that daemon that mimics an Apple thing, with all those security bugs04:30
Sam-I-Ami used icecast long ago... it worked fine04:30
twbI suspect that'd be more betterer04:30
jeeves_Mossok, as I said, my biggest things are a web interface with a web stream, and the ability to get the album art, etc04:30
twbAIUI mt-daapd allows your client to see music stored on another machine, and then play it locally in any order04:31
twbWhereas a true stream would require you to ssh into the other box in order to generate playlists and such04:31
jeeves_Mosstwb, I can't install ANYTHING on the work PCs though04:31
twbI see.04:31
jeeves_Mosstwb, I'd like a true web interface for everything04:31
twbIf I were you, I'd just boot a live CD/key on your office machine.04:32
twbAnd if that wasn't allowed, I'd bring my laptop.  And if THAT wasn't allowed, I'd go work somewhere else04:32
jeeves_Mosstwb, I would like to use it for testing on client systems04:32
persiatwb: There are options beyond those :)04:32
twbhand waving04:32
jeeves_Mosstwb, lol, I'm the managed services manager, so I get free reign of the network, but......  I have to look like I'm playing "by the rules"04:33
twbWhat, you allow PHBs into your office?04:33
twbNo bucket of whitewash balanced over the door?04:34
jeeves_Mosslol,  no one dares to venture into my basement, and to even touch the "rack" is an unspoken rule04:34
Harrison_im having some trouble setting up a mail server, I just did a fresh install, and installed the postfix-dovecot package. i can receive mail with my mail client, and send within the domain, just not to anything out of it...04:36
Roxyhart0 i need to setting ip tables to use the port 25 just for emails, somebody know how to do that? because some viruses are using port 2505:22
jeeves_MossI'm getting "icecast2 daemon disabled - read /etc/default/icecast2." right now, any ideas?05:47
geniijeeves_Moss: There's a line in the config file to comment out, it is disabled by default06:00
jeeves_Mossgenii, do you recall the line?06:00
geniijeeves_Moss: ENABLE=true    is what it needs to be06:02
jeeves_Mossgenii, I think I did that already06:02
geniijeeves_Moss: I don't currently have it installed here to double-check, etc. But I remember it was a pain to get going right off, the config file change was confusing. There may also be some xml file to mess with06:04
jeeves_Mossgenii, ok, thanks.06:05
geniijeeves_Moss: Maybe check http://sudosys.be/?q=icescast2_ices2_audio_streaming_server06:05
jeeves_Mossgenii, thanks06:05
jeeves_Mossgenii, irony is that I'm looking @ that page already!  LOL06:06
jiboumansgood morning07:54
hagedorn__ hello, http://pastie.org/847460 ... have a configuration problem... i am a bit confused about the ports of dkimproxy exim etc,  please have a look: /usr/local/bin/dkimproxy.out: socket connect failure: Connection refused,   R=dkimproxy T=dkimproxy_smtp defer (-53): retry time not reached for any host08:47
hagedorn__hallo, ich hab nen exim4 +  dkimproxy  problem und der exim channel hält ubuntu nicht  für nen betriebsystem :(  , http://pastie.org/847460 ... habe denke ich eine konfigurationsfehler ..  schaut mal hier bitte :) : /usr/local/bin/dkimproxy.out: socket connect failure: Connection refused,   R=dkimproxy T=dkimproxy_smtp defer (-53): retry time not reached for any host08:58
ubottuIn den meisten ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuchen Sie bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Geben Sie einfach /join #ubuntu-de ein! Danke für Ihr Verständnis.08:59
persiaBut asking in English here may get more targeted server information, if you are able.08:59
hagedorn__ups, sorry ... youre right :) maybe aim able...09:05
hagedorn__but not able to configure exim4 + dkimproxy on LTS ... have a bit port confusion09:06
persiahagedorn__: Everything at http://pastie.org/847460 looks sane to me, although I've never tried to configure that.  Maybe someone else has good ideas.09:11
swifthi guys.. i wanna upgrade my ancient ubuntu6.10 edgy to LTS(8.04 hardy)10:46
swiftis there a way i can do this?10:46
twbVia feisty and gutsy, I imagine10:47
swifttwb?.. feisty is a different version then LTS right?10:47
swiftok got it... 3 steps10:48
swiftedgy-> feisty, feisty->gutsy, gutsy->hardy10:48
twbswift: 6.04 was lts, but 6.10 isn't.  Thus, you can't upgrade in one go (lts to lts)10:48
persiatwb: 6.0610:49
persiaswift: You may find http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ useful along the way10:49
twbYeah, sorry10:53
persiaNo worries.  It was a while back, and would have been 6.04 if we had the experience we have now :)10:53
uvirtbotNew bug: #530000 in qemu-kvm (main) "mono assembly installation under qemu-arm-static hangs" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53000012:41
Omahnsoren: Do you need any testing of lxc container builds in vmbuilder?13:18
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lolovdbhi all14:22
lolovdbanyone know something about this error ?  "Panic: Early exception 0e rip 10:ffffffff818c8a32 error 0 ........" ? i try to install ubuntu server 9.10, i tried 10.04 alpha3 but same error14:23
Omahnstgraber: Does a release of vmbuilder exist with lxc support? It doesn't appear to be listed under the supported hypervisor list in the release or copies on LP.14:23
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Omahnlolovdb: Is this a physical machine or virtual one?14:24
stgraberOmahn: it's marked as supported by ubuntu-vm-builder on the spec14:24
Omahnlolovdb: I would check the hardware first then before proceeding any further, try memtest86+14:24
Omahnstgraber: Yeah I spotted that but I can't find any reference to it in the released version of the bzr repo.14:25
lolovdbok thanks i will try :) thx for answer14:25
lolovdbi have some error during the memtest86+14:36
Omahnlolovdb: That's your problem then :-)14:36
lolovdbthe memory is bad?14:37
Omahnlolovdb: Correct. If you have more than one stick of RAM you could try systematically testing each stick until you find the dud.14:37
stgrabersoren: ^14:39
sorenstgraber: Right. Erm... "vmbuilder kvm ubuntu --only-chroot" would be a good start.14:40
lolovdbthx a lot Omahn14:41
stgraberOmahn: ^14:42
Omahnlolovdb: No problem.14:46
Omahnstgraber, soren: I'll give that a go now.14:46
zroyschwhat does it mean when you fsck a partition, it finishes, it tells you its really messed up and you have to do it manually, so you do it manually, put a cd spindle on the enter key all night and it finishes, then you go to mount and it still says mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/md2,14:49
hyperlinxcannot install a the LAN driver "intel e1000e" on ubuntu 8.04 server edition14:49
zroysch/dev/md2: clean, 121548/122101760 files, 298355433/488381248 blocks14:50
zroyschwhen i try to fsck again14:50
zulhappy happy joy joy14:53
nuckinghey everyone, can anybody recommend a good gigabit lan nic that will definitely work with ubuntu and doesn't cost too much?14:53
stgrabernucking: go with Intel e1000 based network cards though most gigabit network cards will work14:54
nuckingnot the one i have =/14:54
nuckingcan you name an intel e1000 based nic?14:54
nuckingoh, has to be pci14:55
uvirtbotNew bug: #529451 in thunderbird (main) "package postfix 2.6.5-3 failed to install/upgrade: " [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52945115:06
Omahnsoren: Are you planning on vmbuilder generating an LXC config file?15:13
sorenOmahn: If you can show me what it looks like, I can probably add it quite easily.15:14
Omahnsoren: http://blog.bodhizazen.net/linux/lxc-configure-ubuntu-lucid-containers/15:15
Omahnsoren: Under the 'Generate a config file' entry15:15
sorenOmahn: Can you add a bug against vmbuilder (the upstream project) about this? I use that as a TODO list.15:15
Omahnsoren: np.15:16
kirklandTeTeT: glad to have you on board ;-)15:35
TeTeTkirkland: no problem, happy to help. just setting up bug 44259815:35
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 442598 in qemu-kvm "'qemu-img snapshot' crashed, corrupting disk image" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/44259815:35
kirklandTeTeT: cool, thanks15:37
zroyschwhat does it mean when you fsck a partition, it finishes, it tells you its really messed up and you have to do it manually, so you do it manually, put a cd spindle on the enter key all night and it finishes, then you go to mount and it still says mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/md2,15:41
netratzroysch, what device are you trying to parition?15:47
zroyschnetrat: not trying to partition it15:47
zroyschjust trying to get the data15:47
zroyschits a 3 drive raid515:47
netratzroysch, what filesystem? ext3?15:48
zroyschthough i think it got demoted to ext215:49
netratzroysch, what is the output of mdadm -D /dev/md215:49
zroysch[79278.375224] ext3: No journal on filesystem on md215:49
pmatulisre tomcat6-mod_jk-apache2 with SSL, we use mod_ssl and this module is built-in with apache2?  any specific pitfalls to watch out for?15:52
zroyschnetrat: does that help?15:58
TeTeTkirkland: looking for bug 450309 on second laptop16:04
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 450309 in qemu-kvm "assertion failure when using i82551 network card emulation" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45030916:04
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hggdhsoren: do you have the test configs you used for the automated server tests?16:34
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TeTeTkirkland: the -vga std option seems to be broken now completely17:06
alex88if i have a vps with multiple ip on eth0 how can i set that program to use another ip when connecting somewhere?17:12
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alex88ok i've found...17:24
uvirtbotNew bug: #515723 in openssh (main) "package openssh-server (not installed) failed to install/upgrade (Erreur de segmentation)" [Low,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51572317:32
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kirklandTeTeT: yeah, agreed, i see that broken here too17:46
kirklandTeTeT: i'll try to get aliguori's help on it tomorrow17:46
kirklandTeTeT: do you have that bug # handy?17:46
TeTeTkirkland: there are two bugs on -vga std, bug 513273 seems to be best match17:47
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 513273 in qemu-kvm "kvm with -vga std give error and do not works" [Low,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/51327317:47
TeTeTkirkland: I'm calling it a day, as I will start my day during your night, if you want me to test anything, look into something, drop me an email.17:49
kirklandTeTeT: great, thanks!17:49
kirklandTeTeT: happy to have your help17:49
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mathiazkirkland: hi!18:14
mathiazkirkland: how is the bug fest going?18:15
uvirtbotNew bug: #530107 in bind9 (main) "Please sync bind 9.7.0.dfsg-1 from debian" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53010718:31
kirklandzul: hi18:47
zulkirkland: hey18:47
kirklandzul: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qemu-kvm/+bug/51488318:48
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 514883 in qemu-kvm "dialog-based applications seem sluggish" [Low,Incomplete]18:48
kirklandzul: any chance you can try what I suggested in comment #3?18:48
kirklandzul: and post your results to that bug?18:48
zulkirkland: sure when I get a chance18:48
kirklandzul: thanks, dude18:48
kirklandzul: btw, congrads on that hockey win yesterday ;-)18:48
mjeansonkirkland: if you need help testing something, drop me a line18:48
kirklandzul: i don't even like hockey, but i was excited with that goal with 24 secs left :-)18:49
zulkirkland: i was more excited about the goal in overtime ;)18:49
kirklandmjeanson: howdy!18:49
kirklandmjeanson: can you look at https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qemu-kvm and test any bugs that you care about on an up-to-date Lucid system?  adding notes where you can and can't reproduce them?18:49
kirklandzul: i'm sure you were :-)18:49
kirklandzul: i told kim, "Boy, I bet Chuck is excited right now :-)"18:50
uvirtbotNew bug: #530223 in irqbalance (main) "package irqbalance 0.55+20091017-3ubuntu2 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script killed by signal (Interrupt)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53022318:51
mjeansonkirkland: at least half the country was really excited ;)18:53
kirklandmjeanson: heh!  was a really exciting game18:53
uvirtbotNew bug: #530235 in munin (main) "wrong start condition in upstart job" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53023519:11
jronnblomlucid alpha3 seems to be missing a driver for the new DELL PERC card H200 and H700/H80019:11
jronnblomshould use the mpt2sas driver19:19
RoAkSoAxkirkland,  bug 471765 in karmic still exists19:29
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 471765 in qemu-kvm "Karmic: Desktop Host machine sound dies when guest is running sound" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/47176519:29
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nuckinghey everyone, i just installed a new nic in my little server and i wonder how i can update the drivers20:05
nuckinglooks like eth1 is not being recognized20:07
jevidlnucking: what kind of nic is it?20:07
nuckingsome intel pro something20:07
nuckinggigabit lan20:08
nuckingwhen i do ifconfig the eth1 doesn't show up20:08
jevidlnucking: that could just mean that it is unconfigured. What happens if you do 'ifconfig eth1'20:09
nuckingdevice not found20:10
jevidlok, can you run "sudo lspci | grep Intel" and paste the output into paste.ubuntu.com and then paste a link to the post here?20:12
nuckingthe problem is i can't access the internet other than from this cli20:12
nuckingand i'm not that good with "pasting" stuff in the cli *blush*20:13
jevidlok, well, does this machine have more than one nic in it?20:13
nuckingthe inner one is the new one20:13
jevidlare they both intel?20:13
nuckingi just did your command and 2 showed up20:14
nuckingbut one is a controller20:14
nuckingi mean, one is an ethernet controller20:14
nuckingthe other one is a network controller20:14
jevidlok, that's alright20:14
nuckingmight both be the same20:14
nuckingi think the onboard one (outer one) is marvel something20:14
jevidlis it something like 82540EM Gigabit Ethernet Controller20:15
nuckingthat's the ethernet controller20:16
nuckingbefore we continue20:17
nuckingi wanna tell you what i did, i just removed the old asus nic (that caused troubles due to bad drivers)20:17
nuckingand replaced it with this new one20:17
nuckingi did not uninstall anything20:17
nuckingand i only booted the comp 1 time20:17
jevidlthat shouldn't be a huge thing20:17
nuckingshould i just try rebooting?20:17
jevidlIt couldn't hurt, is this on a server or a desktop?20:17
nuckingor should it automatically work on the first boot?20:18
jevidlok. You usually shouldn't need to reboot20:18
jevidllet's see if you have the correct driver loading20:18
nuckingthanks a lot for your time btw20:18
jevidlnp. Can you run "lspci | grep em" and see if it returns any lines?20:19
nuckinga few20:20
nuckingthe first 3 are ram controller20:20
nuckingor memory controllers20:20
nuckingand the 4th is an ethernet controller20:20
nuckingbut for realtek20:20
nuckingi suppose that could be the onboard one and i mixed stuff up20:21
nuckingi suppose the desktop has that marvel one20:21
tdnI tried following this HOWTO: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Upside-Down-TernetHowTo but when I test it from my other laptop, it cannot connect to any hosts via HTTP. I am guessing this must be a squid problem or something like that. How do I fix this?20:23
jevidlnucking: try running sudo modprobe e100020:23
kirklandRoAkSoAx: what about in Lucid?20:23
nuckingjevidl: nothing happened20:23
jevidlnucking: it just returned to a prompt? If so, that means it loaded that module correctly20:24
nuckingwhat module did it load?20:24
RoAkSoAxkirkland, haven't tested yet, will do this week :)20:24
jevidlnucking: try running ifconfig and let me know what interfaces it finds now. hopefully the eth0, lo, and eth1 adapters will show up now.20:24
RoAkSoAxi haven't had the time to migrate to lucid just yet20:24
jevidlnucking: the e1000 module - it provides support for many intel based nics20:24
nuckingnope still only eth0 and lo20:25
jevidlnucking: sorry, you need to run "ifconfig -a", my mistake20:25
nuckinglooks like i now have eth220:26
nuckingi've got everything setup for eth0 and eth120:27
tdnThere is nothing in the logs.20:27
jevidlnucking: ok, you may want to reboot and try running ifconfig -a again. I forgot about the -a switch which tells ifconfig to show all adapters even if they are unconfigured. If you don't have an eth2 after rebooting you will need to run "sudo modprobe e1000" again to see if it shows up after that20:28
nuckingok i'll try that20:29
nuckingjevidl: alright eth2 is in the list20:32
jevidlnucking: without running the modprobe command?20:32
jevidlok, sorry for leading you on a bit of a run around. I forgot about ifconfig -a20:33
nuckingno worries20:33
jevidlI am not sure why you get eth2, instead of eth1. I am pretty sure that it has to do with udev. give me  just a moment to see if I can find something20:33
kirklandRoAkSoAx: thanks20:34
jevidlnucking: take a look at /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules20:35
jevidlnucking: I am assuming you will see entries for eth1 and eth2 in there, in addition to eth020:36
nuckingi remember having done something there before20:36
nuckingbecause i swapped the eths20:36
nuckingnot sure if i swapped them back20:36
jevidlnucking: if you remove the line with eth1, and rename eth2 to eth1 you should have it named properly20:36
jevidlnucking: I would reboot to make sure it is persistent20:36
nuckingok i'll check20:36
nuckingalright time for reboot20:38
nuckingjevidl, thank you so much =D20:40
nuckingnow i hope this nic doesn't cause the same problems as the old one20:40
jevidlnucking: no problem. I take it that straightened out the card order issues?20:40
nuckingi learned myself, asus may make good motherboards, but their nics are...20:40
jevidlnucking: :)20:40
nuckingi'm on irc with my desktop now, so it has to work20:41
nuckingnow i gotta check if the samba works properly20:41
jevidlnucking: good good. One other thing I noticed when looking up some stuff is that for at least some intel nics there's some hardware support for vlan tagging. If you're not using vlanning, don't sweat it.20:41
nuckingvlan tagging?20:41
nuckingwhat's that good for?20:42
jevidlnucking: don't sweat it then :) if you want to know more, search for 802.1q vlans20:42
nuckingheh ok20:42
jevidlnucking: it's generally used in very large networks to logically divide the network up based on switch ports, rather than needing separate physical hardware for each network.20:42
nuckingoh, well this is a very small home network20:43
nuckingjust me, my desktop and a few wireless consoles20:43
jevidlnucking: yeah, unless you want to become a network administrator someday, I wouldn't worry about it20:43
jevidlnucking: your card can live happily at home without ever having that setting adjusted :)20:43
nuckingi have yet to find a good book that introduces me to the usefull basics of linux, i've tried a few, none we're that usefull for me =/20:44
guntbert!serverguide | nucking20:46
ubottunucking: The Ubuntu server guide may be found at http://help.ubuntu.com/8.04/serverguide/C/20:46
larsemilWhat is this UEC? why would i want to use it?20:46
nuckingguntbert, thanks i'll give that a read, is there a print version avaialable? preferrably in german?20:46
guntbert!tldp | nucking an of course20:46
ubottunucking an of course: documentation is to be found at http://help.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com - General linux documentation: http://www.tldp.org - http://rute.2038bug.com20:46
guntbertnucking: search for linux, kofler  (a rather fat book)20:48
nucking15 results at my library xD20:48
guntbertgern geschehen :)20:48
jevidlnucking: I also learned a great deal by picking something that I wanted to, like run a webpage, and then trying to do it following guides and what not. Helping out in the forums can also be a great way to learn things because you get to deal with a more varied number of problems than you would with just your own computers. Even if you don't know the answer to someones problem, doing some googling or reading the things people suggest can help you lear20:48
nuckingwell it's not so much running an apache or other things20:49
nuckingmuch more using linux itself, like i would have never known how to check for lspci20:49
nuckingi assume thats like ls for pci?20:49
jevidlnucking: sure, that's just an example. The forums, as well as having your own issues, help with learning how to troubleshoot things.20:50
nuckingbut what gave me real headaches was setting up a local dhcp, firewall and generally bringing my server to forward my internet connection to the desktop20:50
jevidlnucking: yes, it's just like ls, but it lists the pci devices that the computer has installed instead of the files in the present working directory.20:50
jevidlnucking: yep, I bet you learned a lot from it though, didn't you?20:51
nuckingoh well, yes20:51
nuckingbut honestly20:51
nuckingi wouldn't wanna have to setup the firewall again20:51
nuckingi settled with shorewall20:51
nuckingbut i'm also really helpless with very basic things, like copy paste on linux20:52
nuckingor opening a cli browser20:52
nuckingcopying some text in/out20:52
nuckingi suppose i would have to | the text to some virtual device20:52
guntbertnucking: the links I sent you are covering all that :-)20:52
nuckingguntbert, as i said, i'll give them a go, thanks again for your help and info guys20:53
jevidlnucking: np, good luck20:53
nuckingif my connection dies now i'm gonna go mad20:53
guntbertnucking: ok - didn't want to sound impatient - have fun and happy reading20:53
uvirtbotNew bug: #530323 in postfix (main) "resolvconf update script should not produce error when main.cfg missing" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53032321:41
kirklandlool: ping22:05
kirklandlool: i wanted to discuss one of your qemu-kvm changes, specifically the sound ones22:06
kirklandlool: they seem to have regressed something that had just started working well here22:06
kirklandlool: my last upload had --audio-drv-list="pa,sdl,alsa,oss", where I think you changed this to --audio-drv-list=alsa,oss,sdl,pa22:07
kirklandlool: the order matters greatly here, in terms of what gets used by default22:07
kirklandlool: and using pa (pulseaudio) here is what we want, i believe22:07
mathiazkirkland: hm - are you using the UEC test rig?22:09
kirklandmathiaz: nope22:10
mathiazkirkland: great - because I've just nuked it22:10
mathiazkirkland: could you log off nickel as well?22:10
kirklandmathiaz: sure22:10
mathiazkirkland: it seems that you're connected to all the serial consoles there22:10
kirklandmathiaz: yup22:10
kirklandmathiaz: can you just bump me?22:11
mathiazkirkland: why do you mean by bump?22:11
kirklandmathiaz: dropped all22:11
mathiazkirkland: I cannot force you to drop the connections22:11
kirklandmathiaz: oh, i was asking if you could just force me off22:11
mathiazcjwatson: hi - does d-i support vlans?22:13
mathiazcjwatson: ie can I set in the installer vlan network interfaces?22:14
cjwatsonI very much doubt it22:14
mathiazcjwatson: when is the early_command run?22:16
mathiazcjwatson: could I setup vlan interfaces from the early_command?22:16
cjwatsoncd or netboot?22:16
mathiazcjwatson: netboot22:16
mathiazcjwatson: (cd could also be an option)22:16
cjwatson(doc/devel/menu-item-numbers.txt in the debian-installer source package, anyway)22:16
cjwatsonthe answer differs, that's why I asked :)22:17
cjwatsonin the CD case, it's run immediately after detecting the CD; in the netboot case, it's run almost immediately after detecting the network22:17
cjwatsonnote that in the CD case this means that it is *before* network detection22:17
cjwatsonit's run as early as the preseed file can be acquired, basically22:17
kirklandcjwatson: do you have a pointer to the magic required to nudge that eucalyptus/cloud-address from the udeb/installer environment over to the chroot/installed environment?22:17
mathiazcjwatson: ok - thanks22:18
jronnblomHow can I add the driver for the mpt2sas to lucid? Have a new DELL R210 with the H200 driver which should use the mpt2sas driver22:18
mathiazjjohansen: ^^22:19
cjwatsonkirkland: look for $logfile in eucalyptus-udeb.postinst22:19
jjohansenjronnblom: modprobe mpt2sas?22:20
mathiazjjohansen: is the mpt2sas built-in instead of being a module?22:20
jronnblomit's not on the cd installer for server @ alpha322:20
mathiazjronnblom: have you filed a bug in LP?22:21
jronnblomnope, what is LP?22:21
mathiazjronnblom: LP = Launchpad - what is used to track bugs in Ubuntu22:22
mathiazjronnblom: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs22:22
jjohansenmathiaz, jronnblom: its a module22:23
mathiazjjohansen: hm - is it part of the kernel package?22:23
jjohansenmathiaz: it should be22:24
mathiazjjohansen: mpt2sas isn't found anywhere on packages.ubuntu.com22:24
jjohansenright, it wouldn't be in its own package22:24
jronnblomyes and its in the server kernel but not in the generic one use on the cd-installer... atleast if I check the /lib/modules/2.6.32-14-server/kernel/drivers/scsi/mpt2sas22:24
jjohansenit should be one of many modules that is part of the kernel22:24
mathiazjjohansen: right - I was also searching package *content*22:25
jjohansenjronnblom: hrmm, perhaps they strip out some of the modules?  Because it is configured to build as part of generic22:26
mathiazjjohansen: jronnblom: seems like a bug to me22:26
mathiazjronnblom: could you report a bug against the linux package?22:27
mathiazjronnblom: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs22:27
jjohansenyeah I would file it as a bug22:27
jronnblomokay, i'll file a bug in launchpad against the linux package22:27
jjohansenjronnblom: can you subscribe me, post the bug # here22:28
jronnblomsure, i'll do that22:29
jronnblomjjohansen: its bug id #53036122:36
jronnblomi'll add more information tomorrow since the servers are at work and Im not :)22:36
uvirtbotNew bug: #529530 in autofs (main) "autofs hangs" [Medium,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/52953022:51
mathiazcjwatson: how should install the vlan package in the early_command installation preseed?22:56
mathiazcjwatson: IIUC anna-install only understands udebs22:57
cjwatsonyou can't, you'd have to construct a udeb out of it22:57
cjwatson(well, you sort of can with udpkg and a bit of prayer, but you shouldn't)22:57
mathiazcjwatson: ok - so how do I build a udeb for the vlan package?22:58
cjwatsonadd a vlan-udeb stanza to debian/control with 'XC-Package-Type: udeb', put the right files in it, iterate until it looks plausible23:00
mathiazcjwatson: great - thanks23:00
mathiazcjwatson: openssh-client-udeb is a good example?23:00
cjwatsonwe don't have iproute in d-i, but we do have busybox which implements some of its functionality23:01
cjwatsonit may not have what you need in which case you'll need to extend busybox23:01
cjwatsonopenssh is OK as an example, although note that it does a second build to avoid pulling in selinux and such.  this is not necessary with all packages23:02
cjwatsonlibdebian-installer is relatively simple in this regard too23:03
cjwatsonmathiaz: oh, and sorry, I meant to say 'XB-Package-Type: udeb' not XC-23:03
cjwatsonhmm, apparently XC- is fine too23:03
cjwatsonI think XC-Package-Type is more correct and libdebian-installer is anomalous (d'oh)23:04
mathiazcjwatson: are the if-post-down.d/ if-pre-up.d/ and if-up.d/ scripts necessary in the installer?23:07
cjwatsonno, and they won't work23:08
cjwatsonno ifupdown23:08
mathiazcjwatson: I think this is why there is a dependency on iproute23:09
uvirtbotNew bug: #371475 in qemu-kvm (main) "Guest's built with Intrepid will not boot after upgrade to Jaunty" [Medium,Invalid] https://launchpad.net/bugs/37147523:16
mathiazcjwatson: what does "XB-Installer-Menu-Item: 99999" stand for in the openssh-client-udeb control stanza?23:17
cjwatsonmathiaz: have you read the documentation in doc/devel/ in debian-installer?23:20
mathiazcjwatson: hm I quickly glanced at it23:20
mathiazcjwatson: I guess I'll find the answer there.... :D23:20
cjwatsonspecifically menu-item-numbers.txt23:21
uvirtbotNew bug: #258771 in qemu-kvm (main) "Using -usbdevice host: slows the guest OS down to a crawl" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25877123:47
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mrbucketnot sure if this is general or not.. but, i'm running into this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-meta/+bug/53035323:58
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 530353 in linux-meta "Machine with 2+ interfaces will only respond to pings from same subnet" [Undecided,New]23:58
mrbucketim using server on the machine in question... and didn't quite know what to search for in launchpad.23:59

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