JoeMaverickSettmicahg, didn't see your message till now, was sleeping. thanks for the tip, i'll try it out.00:37
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SuSEnohi, can I get some help about firefox installation on my ubuntu?08:16
SuSEnoI am installing firefox daily updates from ppa  and I wanna back to firefox stable channel08:16
SuSEnohow to do that?08:17
micahgSuSEno: comment out the daily ppa in your sources08:18
micahgSuSEno: then downgrade to the stable version08:18
SuSEnoyou mean on /etc/apt/sources.list ?08:18
micahgSuSEno: if that's where you put it08:18
SuSEnopreviously I added this two lines in /etc/apt/sources.list:08:20
SuSEnodeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa/ubuntu jaunty main08:20
SuSEnoand this:08:20
SuSEnodeb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/ubuntu-mozilla-daily/ppa/ubuntu jaunty main08:20
micahgSuSEno: yeah, so comment out, then update and downgrade to the version in -updates08:20
SuSEnoI comment it then add this new two lines08:21
SuSEnodeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/mozillateam/firefox-stable/ubuntu jaunty main deb-src http://ppa.launchpad.net/mozillateam/firefox-stable/ubuntu jaunty main08:21
SuSEnobut when I do updates using Updates Manager there's no downgrade option08:22
* micahg doesn't know how to do it with software center or synaptic, I use aptitude08:22
SuSEnoit's okay. I'll try08:23
micahgSuSEno: you can also do sudo apt-get install firefox=3.6.7+build2+nobinonly-0ubuntu0.9.04.108:23
SuSEnoseems that Firefox 3.6.9pre has a bug on Facebook page08:24
SuSEnodid you notice it?08:25
* micahg doesn't use facebook08:25
micahgSuSEno: you can report the bug if you want, there shouldn't be big regressions in the dailies08:28
SuSEnoyeah, it's the daily builds. No wonder if there's a bug08:29
SuSEnoI believe they already know  ;)08:30
micahgSuSEno: if you're sure08:30
SuSEnoI think it's a little bug08:30
SuSEnothe chat box on facebook doesn't appear in this firefox daily builds08:31
SuSEnocss error or somewhat when I read the Error message08:32
fishorhallo all, are here any ff packagers? are there any reasons to pack xulrunner without yusm?08:32
fishorit has a big performance difference.08:34
micahgfishor: I'm not exactly sure what that is, can you file a bug against xulrunner-1.9.2 explaining the benefits?  or wait a couple hours for chrisccoulson and ask him :)08:40
fishori didn't tested 1.9.2, is is more about 2.0 so i didn't found place to fill the bag in08:42
SuSEnohey micahg,  I found there's aptitude on my Ubuntu08:43
SuSEnocan you explain me how to use aptitude?08:43
SuSEnoto downgrade my firefox08:43
fishorSuSEno: just start aptitude08:43
fishorfor serach use "/"08:43
fishorfind firefox08:43
fishorpress enter08:44
SuSEnoit's found08:44
SuSEnoand then...?08:44
fishorthere is description and ...08:44
SuSEnoDescription: bla bla bla08:44
SuSEnoPriority bla bla bla08:44
fishorgit to the bottom08:45
fishorthere is differen available vesrions of package08:45
fishorany other?08:46
fishorso you need some thing more stable ?08:46
fishortacke this 3.6.7+build208:46
SuSEnobut not too old08:46
SuSEnomaybe the 3.6.8 that was officially released 3 days abo08:47
fishorjust press "+"08:47
micahgfishor: I think the answer is I need to modify our packaging08:47
SuSEnomaybe the 3.6.8 that was officially released 3 days ago08:47
micahgSuSEno: 3.6.8 is in firefox-stable, but won't be in -updates until later today most likely08:48
micahgfishor: re yasm, did you just add the build-dep or were there patches needed?08:48
SuSEnoi see08:48
SuSEnoso 3.6.7 seems good idea08:48
fishormicahg: no patches needed08:49
fishori just installed yasm to the sustem and config used it08:49
SuSEnookay i press "+"08:49
micahgfishor: k, can you just send me an email then, my nick at ubuntu dot com, and I'll try to update it this week, upstream is building with it08:49
fishorSuSEno: then "g" to apply changes08:49
SuSEno+30.2 MB08:49
SuSEno-30.6 MB08:49
SuSEnoSome packages were broken and have been fixed:08:50
SuSEnoKeep the following packages at their current version08:50
* micahg needs to go to sleep, will be back in about 7 hrs08:50
SuSEnofirefox [3.6.9 hg ..... ]08:51
SuSEnoScore is 12008:51
SuSEnothanks for your help micahg08:51
SuSEnoyou are a great firefox hacker08:51
micahgSuSEno: np08:51
fishorSuSEno: so, do you get it?09:11
SuSEnoit's not successful with aptitude. I don't know why, maybe I ommit sudo command09:13
SuSEnoI manage to use graphical way: Synaptic09:13
SuSEnoand now it's changing back to 3.6.7  ;)09:14
fishorok, by aptitude you do not need sudo. after you press two times "g" you'll be transferred to root09:14
SuSEnoby the way, how many package manager ubuntu have?09:14
fishorthere is core managment and different frontend09:19
fishordpkg work direct with packages, apt work with package sources09:19
fishorall other like aptitide, synaptic, dselect are just frontends09:19
SuSEnoi see09:20
SuSEnoI usually use Synaptic09:20
SuSEnonever get rid with dpkg or apt09:20
SuSEnoit's 1 MB remaining  (Synaptic is still downloading 3.6.7 firefox version)09:22
SuSEnodamn my slow internet connection09:22
SuSEnoit works09:30
SuSEnoFirefox 3.6.7 display facebook chat box correctly09:31
SuSEnoI'm gonna back to works09:31
SuSEnothanks for all your help09:34
fishorhallo all, do any body know how to find what is some memory adress?11:16
fishorfor example i use perf to trace usage for some app. and get some adresses without library or function name11:18
fishorso i wont to find what is loaded at address 0x007f746bdf38a111:19
fishorany tips?11:19
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tbsdyhi folks... I was wondering if there is an easy way of reporting a launchpad bug upstream to the mozilla folks14:50
tbsdyproblem is that I can reproduce the problem, but only if I restore my old profile, which I've kept a backup of14:50
tbsdybasically sqlite keeps crashing firefox 3.6.7 every 3 minutes or so14:51
tbsdyBug is at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/61003914:51
ubot2`Ubuntu bug 610039 in firefox (Ubuntu) "firefox-bin crashed with SIGSEGV in sqlite3VdbeExec() (affects: 1) (heat: 10)" [Medium,New]14:51
tbsdyobviously I'm not particularly crash hot on providing my mozilla profile to just anyone :-)14:52
tbsdybut I'm fairly certain that this would be reproducible on demand if a dev loaded up the profile14:52
gavinyou can file a bug at https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=Toolkit&component=Storage14:53
tbsdythanks... is there anything in that ubuntu bug I should be moving over to the mozilla bug tracking system?14:53
gavinthe stack traces, I suppose14:54
tbsdycheers - will do14:56
tbsdythanks gavin14:56
tbsdysorry, not particularly experienced with this sort of thing!14:57
JoeMaverickSetttbsdy, no worries. you doing good anyways. ;) cheers!14:57
tbsdythanks JoeMaverickSett :-)14:58
jdstrandchrisccoulson: hey. so I tested ff/xul on i386 and they seem good. I plan to test amd64 and then publish. are you satisfied with those builds?14:59
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, i've not had a chance to test them properly yet (i've been trying to debug a build failure on maverick atm)15:00
tbsdyout of interest... what's the difference between a stacktrace and a thread stacktrace?15:04
micahghi chrisccoulson15:09
chrisccoulsonhi micahg15:09
micahgchrisccoulson: I have the enigmail SRU ready, I"ll upload the debdiff now15:10
chrisccoulsonmicahg - awesome, thanks15:10
chrisccoulsonjdstrand, i'm just going through my bug-mail, and there's a couple of people experiencing the file conflict with firefox-2 on karmic that we had in hardy15:11
micahgI saw that too, that's weird, I thought that package was removed in intrepid15:11
chrisccoulsoni didn't think we'd see that, as firefox-2 isn't shipped in those releases, but users still have the version from hardy installed15:11
tbsdyOK reported to https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58194615:11
ubot2`Mozilla bug 581946 in Storage "Firefox segfaulting every 3 minutes or so at sqlite3VdbeExec in sqlite3.c:54321" [Major,Unconfirmed]15:11
tbsdythanks all for your help15:11
chrisccoulsonmicahg - it was removed, but there's nothing forcing the removal during the upgrade15:12
chrisccoulson(it seems that we only have the conflicts/replaces in lucid)15:12
micahgchrisccoulson: yeah, I guess it wasn't cleaned up in Intrepid15:13
* micahg wonders why it's not seen on Jaunty15:13
chrisccoulsoni'm not sure. i suspect that the karmic user is just someone that upgraded from hardy at some point and they used firefox-2 there15:14
jdstrandchrisccoulson: looking at the vuln, we need to move on this fix in 3.6.8. since those are already regressed and the current binaries are tested, we should publish15:19
jdstrandchrisccoulson: we can fix the firefox-2 in a separate upload for karmic if you want15:20
chrisccoulsonjdstrand - i agree, we should probably publish those now15:20
chrisccoulsoni'm not too concerned about the firefox-2 issue, as the number of users experiencing it will be pretty minimal15:20
chrisccoulsoni can fix that one another day15:20
micahgjdstrand: if you get a chance, can you publish TB 3.0.6 as well15:22
micahgor delegate :)15:22
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: sorry, my connection is flaky. was there more after your agreement that 3.6.8 should go out?15:26
chrisccoulsonjdstrand_, there wasn't15:27
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: ok. I tested i386 heavily. I'm going to make sure the amd64 are working and publish15:28
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: you ok with that?15:28
chrisccoulsonjdstrand_, yeah, sounds good. i was just going to upgrade my lucid amd64 desktop to 3.6.8 too (unless my GF has already done it)15:28
micahg(09:22:20 AM) micahg: jdstrand: if you get a chance, can you publish TB 3.0.6 as well15:29
micahg(09:22:31 AM) micahg: or delegate :)15:29
jdstrand_mdeslaur: are you working today?15:29
mdeslaurjdstrand_: yeah15:30
jdstrand_mdeslaur: hi btw :)15:30
mdeslaurjdstrand_: kind of...I'm mostly getting my mini 9 ready for tomorrow15:30
jdstrand_mdeslaur: would you be able to publish the tbird update for lucid? ^ I am working on ff this (and I'm technically off)15:30
jdstrand_mdeslaur: if not, we can maybe ask kees, but he is working on an embargoed item today iirc15:31
mdeslaurjdstrand_: yes, sure!15:31
jdstrand_mdeslaur: cool. big thanks!15:31
micahgthanks mdeslaur, jdstrand15:31
mdeslaurmicahg: so, that's tbird 3.0.6 on what releases?15:32
micahgmdeslaur: just Lucid ATM15:32
mdeslaurmicahg: ok, cool15:33
micahgchrisccoulson: should I just assign you the enigmail bug?15:34
* micahg will also add use case15:35
chrisccoulsonmicahg - yeah, can do. i will upload that later on15:38
micahgchrisccoulson: thanks15:38
chrisccoulsonjdstrand_ / mdeslaur - how were your journey's back from prague?15:40
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: not bad, although they cancelled my last flight so I had to catch one an hour later15:40
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: you?15:40
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: I mssed my last flight, but got on a 3 hour later one15:40
chrisccoulsonmine was pretty easy - most of my journey time was spent in amsterdam airport waiting for my connecting flight15:40
jdstrand_long day though15:41
chrisccoulsonyeah, i can imagine ;)15:41
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: it'll be your turn next time :)15:41
chrisccoulsonyeah, i'm looking forward to that ;)15:41
jdstrand_as much as I'd like to, it is hard to complain when everyone is in the same boat15:42
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: is yelp supposed to pull in xul192, or just be ok if it is installed?15:43
chrisccoulsonjdstrand_ - it should pull in 1.9 on jaunty and 1.9.1 on karmic15:43
chrisccoulson(and should still work if 1.9.2 is installed)15:44
micahgchrisccoulson: did you see my email about xul191?15:44
chrisccoulsonmicahg - i did. i got that updated to a while ago in the PPA, and then never got round to
chrisccoulsonwe should fix that too, but the important applications are all using 1.9.2 now anyway15:45
micahgchrisccoulson: ok, well, there will probably be a release sometime next week after blackhat, so maybe we should just wait until
chrisccoulsonyeah, that sounds ok15:46
jdstrand_chrisccoulson: btw, regarding firefox-2, I'm betting jaunty users that had firefox-2 upgraded to karmic and farther16:03
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micahgfta: is there any reason not to delete xul193 and ff37 from the daily PPA?16:51
micahgfta_: is there any reason not to delete xul193 and ff37 from the daily PPA?16:52
fta_micahg, i don't think so16:53
micahgfta_: k, thanks16:53
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jdstrand_chrisccoulson: ok, ff368 is pushed. I will be going offline once I get the USN text17:03
micahgjdstrand_: xulrunner also?17:03
jdstrand_micahg: yes17:03
micahgjdstrand_: awesome, thanks, enjoy your vacation and the conference17:04
micahgjdstrand_: just out of curiosity, are there any security people available in case something goes crazy?17:04
micahgwhile you're all at blackhat I mean17:04
jdstrand_micahg: yes, I should be online. sbeattie won't be there and is working all next week, so you can talk to him directly, and he can be sure to get our attention17:05
jdstrand_micahg: well, I'll be online on and off17:05
micahgjdstrand_: k, well, as long as there's someone, shouldn't be a problem though17:05
jdstrand_micahg: in the past, if something affects mozilla, then upstream scrambles and we publish on monday or tuesday17:06
gnomefreaki dont know how to use pidgin for IRC :(17:06
micahgno expecting any more releases until after blackhat (then expecting a really fast release :) )17:06
micahggnomefreak: why?  wfm17:06
jdstrand_micahg: so, I'll be checking in, etc. if we need to publish sooner, I can test and publish as needed17:06
gnomefreakmicahg: it has 3 open tabs i am scared to close. one is nickserv one is frig(server) and channelserv17:07
micahgjdstrand_: ok, the only thing I know of that's planned is FF4.0B217:07
jdstrand_micahg: so you guys just get the fixes into the ppa as mozilla whenever you get them (like normal)17:07
micahggnomefreak: you can close them all :)17:07
jdstrand_s/as mozilla//17:07
gnomefreakmicahg: thanks17:07
micahggnomefreak: actually, ChanServ might not17:07
* micahg doesn't get that17:07
gnomefreaki miss irssi17:10
gnomefreakmaybe ill work on installing Maverick in a day or 217:11
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chrisccoulsonjdstrand_ thanks :)17:17
gnomefreakam i oped?17:20
micahggnomefreak: no17:20
asacchrisccoulson: Bug 606728 ... can you check that this lands as SRU in lucid and maybe prepatch the maverick package with that commit for maverick until i make a maverick ubufox release?17:21
ubot2`Launchpad bug 606728 in ubufox (Ubuntu Maverick) (and 2 other projects) "about:home always gets redirected to http://start.ubuntu.com/10.04/Google/ (affects: 1) (heat: 563)" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/60672817:21
micahggnomefreak: you can set user modes on connect17:21
gnomefreakoh well ill screw with it in a day or 2,17:21
chrisccoulsonasac - sure, no problem17:22
gnomefreakyou can close chansev tab. i now only have the 2 channels i am in17:23
* gnomefreak gone17:24
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nxvlchrisccoulson: did you know of a ppa or something to try FF 4.0 beta?18:33
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micahgnxvl: we have the daily builds at the moment, in the next few weeks, we'll prepare a beta ppa18:39
nxvlmicahg: oh, so there is still no beta .deb?18:39
micahgnxvl: not ATM18:39
nxvlok, thanks18:39
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micahggavin: is LGPL code prohibited in Firefox?21:01
micahggavin: nevermind, I found mozilla 58177321:03
ubot2`Mozilla bug 581773 in Video/Audio "Consider using ffvp8 for WebM videos" [Enhancement,New] http://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=58177321:03
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