Serephis it a known issue with the gnome panel cutting off half of the clock?05:17
ddecatorSereph: i know there is a bug about applets becoming corrupt in the gnome panel, that might be the same thing...let me see if i can find it05:25
Serephddecator: ok i tried to find it with no luck :(05:26
ddecatorbug 43944805:26
ubot2Launchpad bug 439448 in gnome-panel (Ubuntu) (and 3 other projects) "visual corruption affecting several panel applets (affects: 258) (dups: 67) (heat: 1428)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/43944805:27
Serephlaggy bot :P05:27
ddecatornot sure if that's what you're experiencing or not, but take a look :)05:27
Serephwill do05:27
Serephthank smuch05:27
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cwilluwhat's the email address to email to a launchpad bug report?09:38
cwilluah, yep;  just showed up09:39
jfiThe following packages have unmet dependencies:09:48
jfi  liferea: Depends: liferea-data (= 1.6.3-1ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed09:48
jfi(apt-get install liferea on maverick)09:48
jfiI guess it is useless to report this kind of problem?09:49
cwillu!info liferea09:49
ubot2cwillu: liferea (source: liferea): feed aggregator for GNOME. In component main, is optional. Version 1.6.2-1ubuntu6 (lucid), package size 229 kB, installed size 760 kB09:49
cwillu!info liferea-data09:49
ubot2cwillu: liferea-data (source: liferea): architecture independent data for liferea. In component main, is optional. Version 1.6.2-1ubuntu6 (lucid), package size 436 kB, installed size 2768 kB09:49
cwillujfi, refresh your package list09:49
cwillu!info liferea maverick09:50
ubot2cwillu: 'maverick' is not a valid distribution: hardy, jaunty, karmic, lucid09:50
cwillu!info liferea-data maverick09:50
ubot2cwillu: 'maverick' is not a valid distribution: hardy, jaunty, karmic, lucid09:50
cwilluer, ya09:50
jfiafaik my package list is uptodate09:50
cwilluthat only works in #ubuntu+1 :p09:50
cwilluif you select liferea-data by hand, what does it say needs to be marked for removal?09:51
cwilluI'd expect it's just dependency churn, and it'll get sorted out fairly soon09:51
jfiapt-cache search liferea-data09:52
jfiliferea-data - architecture independent data for liferea09:52
cwillualso, aptitude is more useful, for this sort of thing among others09:52
jfisudo apt-get install lifera-data09:52
jfiReading package lists... Done09:52
jfiBuilding dependency tree09:52
jfiReading state information... Done09:52
jfiE: Couldn't find package lifera-data09:52
cwillujfi, try it again in a bit, probably just been updated and only one package has been posted so far09:52
jfiyep, so I don't report, thx for confirmation:)09:53
cwillujfi, #ubuntu+1 is generally a good place to ask as well09:53
cwilluor even instead of :p09:53
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ubot2netsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit13:28
zljHi, everyone! Could please someone advise if something additional required from a triager for bug #554598?13:29
ubot2Launchpad bug 554598 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "gnome-settings-daemon crashed when menu item "Show current layout" (?) is selected (affects: 2) (heat: 55)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/55459813:29
zljIt has been fixed upstream already and I wonder if I should indicate/trigger binary package update for Lucid.13:30
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vishzlj: you can set the bug status to "fix committed"13:47
vishzlj: it might even be fix released ,have you checked if the commit has landed?13:49
zljvish: nope, we still have affected version in repo. That's why I'm interested in clarifications on how to deal with such situations in general.13:57
vishzlj: seb has requested a backport for the fix.. the libgnomekbd commit hasnt landed yet?13:58
vishthat seems to fix the crash13:58
vishzlj: i see no update in lucid though , last update was 8jun.. maybe maverick?14:00
vishzlj: * New upstream version: is there in lucid-proposed14:03
vishand as been released in maverick14:04
zljvish: yep, just checked the sources. thanks! So I guess it's OK to set "fix released" status right now, or should I wait until 2.30.2 will hit lucid main?14:07
vishzlj: you can mark it as released , and mention that the release is in maverick and a mention of the  ibgnomekbd changelog14:08
zljvish: great, thanks for the help!14:09
Kangarooohello. happy summer parties. :) what package i need to report for this problem: changing resolution to lower/or 1024x786 makes tty no opening. with higher it opens. the higher the better resolution for tty.17:51
penguin42Kangarooo: How are you changing the resolution, and how are you opening the tty?17:57
Kangarooopenguin42: resolution i changed in xubuntu in settings then somewhere there was screen resolution. and now ive instllaed lubuntu-desktop and im cheching now here bugs and this the same bug. so its not for xfce resolution changer but for either xorg or one of its drivers or tty. and to tty i got as only way possible- ctrl+shift+f(1-6)17:59
penguin42Kangarooo: And when you do ctrl-shift-f1 what happens?18:00
Kangaroooin lubuntu also in settings and heres different programm for screen resolution18:00
Kangarooopenguin42: then i think it will auto login in xubuntu couse xubuntu is still installed but lubuntu will stay still in tty7 ill check that now18:01
Kangaroooyes it tryd autologin but this time didnt went in. ok heres all problem:  If using DVI-D from video card and resolution smaller then/and  including 1024x786 then TTY is in even smaller resolution and doesnt  open up. only to where should i report it?18:02
penguin42Kangarooo: It sounds like it's either your xserver or the kernel mode switching18:02
Kangaroooso this doesnt happen when in video card i change to VGA. then some resolutions witch are available and more then in DVI-D cable then some just doesnt show up.18:03
penguin42Kangarooo: Try to boot with nomodeset as a kernel parameter, if that fixes it report it against the kernel18:04
Kangaroooah also another problem i remembered- if i start pc and ive plugged out VGA cable then i cant get screen if i plug back to VGA (i havent tryd if to DVI-D i put if i can get screen)18:05
penguin42if not maybe kernel, maybe xserver18:05
Kangarooook so that was i while booting up hold shift then edit by pressing e and add just one name nomodeset and then boot with L ? or enter?18:06
penguin42I think that's right - I can't quite remember the key sequence18:07
Kangarooook but just to add that one name? i think key sequence about boot ill see there but that line nomodeset i dont know what means so also i dont know how to corectly make that nomodeset ok ill be back18:09
KangaroooOW I Now ave anohe bug widows onstantly flahsn i n lbubtu18:20
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Kangarooopenguin42: ok now im finally back in lubuntu with nomodeset . had another bug- windows witch are not minimized were flashing . even couldnt log out. after log out still changing to TTY to try to get out even that TTY was still opening back to TTY7 and nothing happens. changing to TTY6 and im for 1/2sec in TTY6 and then thrown back to TTY719:05
penguin42Kangarooo: I'd file it against the X server for your card type if it still happens with nomodeset19:06
Kangaroooand with nomodeset still using smaller or 1024x768 tty1-6 isng showing19:06
Kangaroooso it would be xserver-xorg for nvidia19:08
Kangaroooxserver-xorg-video-nv or xserver-xorg-driver-nv ?19:09
penguin42I don't know the nvidia stuff too well19:42
penguin42I think a bug I created, bug 398520 can probably be closed on Lucid - but I don't feel right closing my own bug, 2nd opinion anyone?22:35
ubot2Launchpad bug 398520 in gnome-disk-utility (Ubuntu) (and 3 other projects) "Disk mounter: Icon for encrypted disk unclear as to whether currently mounted/unlocked (affects: 1) (heat: 13)" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/39852022:35

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