rbelemRiddell, ping01:05
rbelemRiddell, the debdiff for the qtwebkit package http://paste.ubuntu.com/491308/01:07
rbelemRiddell, it just needed to update the package01:07
rbelemRiddell, the qml plugin patch was cherry-picked already01:08
rbelemRiddell, https://bugs.webkit.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4005001:08
ubottubugs.webkit.org bug 40050 in WebKit Qt "[Qt] Upstream the WebKit QML integration plugin" [Normal,Closed: fixed]01:08
rbelemRiddell, sorry for the noise01:09
ScottKnixternal or apachelogger: I've added some information and theorizing to Bug #627815.  Perhaps you could have a look at it and see if you can figure it out.  I know you both have the ~exact same netbook I'm seeing the problem on.04:41
ubottuLaunchpad bug 627815 in kde4libs (Ubuntu Maverick) "unable to save user-places.xbel" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62781504:41
rbelemhey Riddell09:06
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Riddellhi rbelem 09:11
Riddellooh, a patch for qtwebkit, good good09:12
Riddellhttp://linux.slashdot.org/story/10/09/09/1925214/Broadcom-Releases-Source-Code-For-Drivers  awooga09:16
debfxis the missing stylesheet in qt assistant docs an upstream problem?09:24
rbelemRiddell, thats great news09:24
rbelemRiddell, i'm filling a bug right now09:25
rbelemRiddell, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qtwebkit-source/+bug/63475509:29
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New]09:29
rbelemare upload currently disabled in launchpad?09:37
Riddelldon't think so09:40
rbelemmaybe because i'm on my mobile phone09:41
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rbelemRiddell, did you take a look on the debdiff?09:44
rbelemRiddell, I'm going to sleep again :D09:46
rbelemit's 04:46 AM here09:47
Riddellrbelem: yes looks good09:48
RiddellI'll upload09:48
Riddellthanks rbelem 09:48
rbelemthanks Riddell :D09:48
rbelemi will sleep better now09:48
* rbelem leaving...09:49
Riddellpersia: third time unlucky for koffice :(09:56
persiaRiddell, Heh.  I've been working that on-and-off the past couple days.  The code contains so many implicit double casts that it's painful.09:57
Riddellpersia: I take it you have something to compile it on?  probably better than iterating through doing it in a PPA 10:03
persiaRiddell, I have some no-longer-supported hardware, and a very slow beagle (256MB), so nothing so fast as the PPA builders, but yeah, likely better.10:04
apparleRiddell: is there a bug report for qtwebkit flash issue? or should I file one?10:09
apparleisn't there any way to set default signing key for debuild10:22
apparleright now I have to do "debuild -S -k<mykey>"10:22
persiaapparle, set DEB_EMAIL in your environment.  This will default to the key with an identity that matches that address.10:27
apparlepersia: is it DEBEMAIL or DEB_EMAIL?10:28
apparlepersia: because I have DEBEMAIL set but not DEB_EMAIL10:29
persiaSorry: DEBEMAIL.  Does that match something in your changelog.10:29
Riddellapparle: yes it takes the details from the top entry in debian/changelog10:33
apparleRiddell: its not taking. :(10:33
Riddellapachelogger: code submission day, I take it you've done that?10:33
Riddellapparle: well don't worry about it, it's only an issue if you need to upload it to the archive10:34
Riddellit's a good thing not to sign it otherwise10:34
apparleRiddell: means?10:34
Riddellwhat means what?10:34
apparleRiddell: "it's a good thing not to sign it otherwise"? should I do it unsigned?10:35
Riddellyes, you're just test building it, you're not uploading it to the archive (you don't have permission)10:35
apparleRiddell: okay and I am getting warnings while building the source "dpkg-source: warning: ignoring deletion of file <many files>" should I ignore them10:36
RiddellI think that's just down to qt's messy build system10:37
Riddellas long as it builds that's fine10:37
Riddellhello androidlogger 10:41
androidloggerScottK: I think timing is no bad guess10:42
androidloggerahoy Riddell10:42
androidloggerScottK: the best way to solve this would probably be to enhance startkde to create the xdg dirs... it seems a bit useless to do anywhere else...10:43
Riddellandroidlogger: solve what?10:46
jussiandroidlogger: you got a new phone?10:46
androidloggerRiddell: scott's netbook places file startup error thing10:55
androidloggerjussi: no, why?10:55
Riddellandroidlogger: I'd have thought the current /etc/X11/Xsession.d/60xdg-user-dirs-update gets run before startkde10:56
androidloggergood point, but from an upstream pov that is not necessarily the case11:00
androidloggerwoah that client is serious crap11:00
Riddellandroidlogger: code submission deadline today, I presume you've done that?11:03
androidloggeroh I think I envisioned a way to decrease startup time of kde....11:15
androidlogger... on mobile11:20
androidloggeror maybe desktop too...11:23
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shadeslayerandroidlogger: ssup11:40
androidloggerinstalltime decascading muhahhaha!11:44
shadeslayerandroidlogger: i looked at KIconLoader ( wrt to my plasma patch ), but i just found a enum which can replace      const QList<int> iconSizes = QList<int>() << 16 << 22 << 32 << 48 << 64 << 128 : but idk how to convert this enum to a QList :(11:48
shadeslayerhttp://api.kde.org/4.x-api/kdelibs-apidocs/kdeui/html/classKIconLoader.html#a731529b94f19e837155d2deb1e99b680 << the enum11:49
androidloggerI know the enum...11:49
androidloggerquestion is do you need the list at all11:50
shadeslayeri can just read m_customSize11:51
shadeslayerwait... lemme see..11:51
JontheEchidnaJust use the enum members themselves12:02
JontheEchidnathere's no guarantee that m_customIconSize will ever be used12:02
shadeslayerandroidlogger: btw line 439 of http://reviewboard.kde.org/r/5049/diff/#index_header isnt needed at all because line 420 already sets url12:05
shadeslayerso already remove12:06
lex79shadeslayer: are you doing kdepim-* ?12:08
shadeslayerlex79: yes...12:09
shadeslayerwell.. ive just started on runtime12:09
shadeslayerso if you want to do kdepim, be my guest :)12:09
lex79shadeslayer: ok, I do kdepim12:10
shadeslayeralright .. ill upload to ninja ppa after its done12:10
lex79and bzr, thanks :)12:10
shadeslayeryeah :)12:10
shadeslayerlex79: any news on your UDS application?12:14
lex79shadeslayer: I didn't apply, I already finished my vacations this year12:15
shadeslayerohh... :(12:16
JontheEchidna(I won't make it because of school)12:17
shadeslayerno one coming to disney land then? :P12:18
ScottKshadeslayer: Riddell posted a list of Kubuntuish people that applied a coupld of days ago.12:19
* shadeslayer looks at logs12:19
shadeslayerah i remember... he did12:20
* JontheEchidna is off for the morning12:20
shadeslayerJontheEchidna: cya..12:20
androidloggershadeslayer, what did you write? this client here is the evil12:22
shadeslayerandroidlogger: btw line 439 of http://reviewboard.kde.org/r/5049/diff/#index_header isnt needed at all because line 420 already sets url12:22
androidloggerlooks like it 12:24
* shadeslayer eliminates some more setUrl calls12:24
apparle_damn it. I was already 2 hours into compiling qt and my pc crashed ......... :( :( :(12:35
shadeslayerapparle_: so?12:35
shadeslayeryou can continue from there12:35
shadeslayerjust type make -j3 .. and itll continue12:35
apparle_shadeslayer: pbuilder..12:36
shadeslayeroic .. :P12:36
apparle_shadeslayer: does pbuilder take that option?12:36
shadeslayerno 12:36
apparle_:( :( :(12:36
shadeslayersince its a *clean* chroot :D12:36
shadeslayerwhy were you compiling it anyways>12:36
Sput2 hours? that must be a sloooooow computer12:37
apparle_shadeslayer: qtwebkit patch12:37
shadeslayerheh.. the indian ubuntu mirror is fail12:38
* shadeslayer switches to main mirror12:38
apparle_Sput: its not very slow... but not a fast computer also.... 2.8GHz pentium D and 1.2GB RAM12:38
apparle_shadeslayer: I have already downloaded all the required archives so no problem12:38
shadeslayerah... low RAM i guess ^12:38
apparle_shadeslayer: that is low?12:39
apparle_shadeslayer: I never fill it up ever12:39
shadeslayerapparle_: i have 3GB and kdepim-runtime takes 20 mins to build :P12:39
shadeslayerso.. id say qt needs about 2GB atleast to build quickly12:39
apparle_but I never knew compiling was memory heavy12:39
shadeslayerdepends really12:39
shadeslayeridk what debuilder passes to make -j<insert a number here>12:40
apparle_anyways I am not going to buy a new computer... so I have to use this whether slow or fast... so the pbuilder starts again12:40
shadeslayerlex79: kdepim is going to take 50 mins to build :P12:41
lex79I'm doing kdepim...12:42
lex79shadeslayer: didn't you say that you're doing -runtime?12:44
shadeslayeryes, im just warning you :D12:44
lex79ah :)12:45
lex79nah..15 mins here12:45
ScottKyofel: Congratulations on being famous.12:47
ScottKyofel: You're Philip Muskovac, right?12:48
yofeloh, did mark post his blog? ^^12:48
ScottKHe did.12:48
shadeslayerScottK: what happened? :D12:48
yofelyay :D12:48
ScottKshadeslayer: See p.u.c.12:48
* shadeslayer looks12:48
ScottKyofel: Since you're big on Scribus, any chance you could look at the newer scribus-ng package in Debian Unstable and see if we want to update before release?12:49
* Sput thinks having a separate $HOME makes a lot of sense12:49
shadeslayeroic :P12:49
* shadeslayer congrats yofel12:49
yofelScottK: I only skimmed it so far, maybe I'll have time to look at the changes in 1.3.8 more in depth tomorrow12:51
ScottKyofel: Thanks.  I suspect we want it, but would appreciate it if you could have a look.12:51
ScottK(If I do it, I can't approve the freeze exception if needed)12:52
lex79ScottK: http://tsdgeos.blogspot.com/2010/09/ebook-tools-02-released.html12:52
lex79do we need a FFe for this?12:53
ScottKlex79: If it's just the bug fixes, no.12:53
lex79Ok I'm going to do then12:53
shadeslayerandroidlogger: any suggestions for line 504 condition? since i removed filterType, and m_url is always equal to url, id guess the code is redundant there? http://reviewboard.kde.org/r/5049/diff/#index_header12:54
shadeslayerok so aprt from the KIconLoader stuff, everything else is fixed i think12:55
ScottKdebfx: Have you got time to look at a bug?12:58
shadeslayerlex79: kdepim-runtime is not in source format 3, do you want me to convert it? or keep as such12:59
ScottKshadeslayer: It's a new upstream version, right?12:59
shadeslayerScottK: its a bug fix release13:00
lex79we want source format 3 like the other KDE packages13:00
shadeslayerso convert it then :)13:00
ScottKshadeslayer: If it's a new upstream version (even bugfix), yes.13:00
debfxScottK: yes13:02
ScottKdebfx: Bug #627815 looks like a timing issue between XDG directory creation and kde somehow.13:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 627815 in kde4libs (Ubuntu Maverick) "unable to save user-places.xbel" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62781513:02
ScottKIt doesn't actually cause major problems, but the warning that's produced is going to scare people.13:03
ScottKThe /etc/X11/Xsession.d/60xdg-user-dirs-update should in theory run before, so maybe it's not creation, but I've got no other theory.13:04
debfxso the error shows up when you boot the live iso?13:06
ScottKdebfx: Yes. If you are booting into a display with low enough resolution to get plasma-netbook by default.13:07
debfxScottK: can I force it to run plasma-netbook?13:08
ScottKdebfx: I don't think so.13:08
ScottKIf you run it in a VM, the display resolution will be low enough.13:08
yofelhm, you can't make build-deps optional right? like: use it if it exists and ignore it otherwise13:09
ScottKyofel: No.13:09
yofelok, means scribus-trunk lucid will need a packaging fork thanks to qtwebkit..13:09
debfxScottK: has the cdrom drive check been removed?13:10
ScottKdebfx: I think so.13:10
ScottKyofel: I think can do something like libqt4-dev (>= 4.7~), libqt4-dev (<< 4.7~~) | qtwebkit-dev (and I didn't check package names, so check that too)13:13
yofelI'll try that, thanks13:13
shadeslayerheh.. something weird happened, kdepim compiled in seconds13:15
apparle_guys I want to depelop a cross platform game.... please suggest a library.13:16
shadeslayerapparle_: idk if gluon is cross platform or not, but thats one of the libs i know about13:16
shadeslayerapparle_: http://doc.trolltech.com/4.7-snapshot/qml-advtutorial.html < too13:17
apparle_shadeslayer: not today but maybe after a decade... I'd like to make some money off it. But Qt licenses are not exactly cheap... so no qt13:18
apparle_ok keep aside games.... Suggest a cross platform IDE,..... I know about eclipse and netbeans... tell me which is good or if you know any other13:20
shadeslayerapparle_: qtcreator13:20
shadeslayerwell ... more qt there ;)13:21
shadeslayerthere was one more... i dont remember which .. sheytan_ has the full list IIRC13:21
ScottKapparle_: Isn't Qt LGPL now?13:21
txwikingerScottK: Yes it is13:21
apparle_ScottK: I am not that aware of licenses but in my knowledge if I have to sell applications written in qt I have to buy a commercial license or something13:22
txwikingerYou can choose which licence you want to you13:22
ScottKapparle_: Not anymore.13:22
apparle_is that so?13:22
txwikingerYes Scott is right13:22
ScottKBecause it's also licensed LGPL now you can link proprietary work to it.13:22
apparle_so I can sell applications written in Qt open source version as closed source ... awesome13:22
ScottKIANAL and all that, but txwikinger is.13:23
sheytan_shadeslayer what list?13:23
shadeslayersheytan_: the IDE list ...13:23
shadeslayeryou wanted it for the site13:23
sheytan_shadeslayer, yep, and ive got kdevelop, qtcreator, localize, kate, and qt assistant13:24
sheytan_that's what i used for the website13:24
shadeslayerapparle_: ^13:24
shadeslayerlex79: im uploading kdepim-runtime ;)13:24
apparle_again more or less kde and qt... I am looking for windows as well... and for developing other than qt or kde13:25
sheytan_ive to go, bye ;)13:26
shadeslayersheytan_: cya13:26
* Sput wonders why people still insist in developing closed-source software13:38
apparle_Sput: I don't intend to do so. But if I am working for a company which asks me to do so, then I don't want to move to visual studio or something.13:43
SputI see.13:45
Sputwell, keeping people away from MSVC is definitely a good thing13:45
apparle_I think I'll start with SDL for game development, anyone has any comments, pointers, suggestions on this?13:47
apparle_shadeslayer: did you make any changes to the debian folder of qipmsg.13:54
apparle_shadeslayer: I want to compile it, so do I have to make any changes13:54
shadeslayerno changes required to compile it13:54
shadeslayerBUT.. needs proper documentation of copyright13:54
apparle_shadeslayer: hmmm so I can at least compile for myself13:54
shadeslayerthere are also packages in my ppa btw13:55
apparle_shadeslayer: those are for qt 4.7, I have old qt13:55
txwikingerRiddell: Any help needed before the feature freeze?13:55
shadeslayerapparle_: oh...13:56
ScottKtxwikinger: See kubuntu-devel ML for stuff coming up to do.13:57
lex79shadeslayer: can you commit your kdepim-runtime changes to bzr?13:58
shadeslayerlex79: im waiting the package to build in PPA13:58
shadeslayerlex79: 32 bit built, committing13:59
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shadeslayerjussi: um.. no bug links in ubottu PM ?14:19
shadeslayerlex79: can you upload new choqok ? 14:20
shadeslayerbug 628051 << doesnt need FFe i think14:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 628051 in choqok (Ubuntu) "FFe: Choqok choqok 0.9.90" [Wishlist,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62805114:20
shadeslayerScottK: ^14:20
shadeslayerimo this is more of a Bug fix release14:21
ScottKshadeslayer: Please know, don't guess.14:21
shadeslayerim not guessing, im saying that thats my opinion 14:21
shadeslayersince it doesnt add any new features other than adding a new url shortner 14:22
ScottKOK.  It needs an FFe then.14:25
apacheloggerwell then14:27
apacheloggerif maverick was any more shit on this system I would get drunk right now14:27
apacheloggeroh well, I suppose it cant hurt to get drunk anyway14:28
ScottKSince we are releasing with 4.5.1 and not 4.5.2, it would be good if someone was watching kdesvn for important commits we might cherrypick.14:28
ScottKapachelogger: Your threshold for that is not particularly high.14:28
ScottKapachelogger: What's wrong with it?14:28
shadeslayerok .. ill add the necessary details then14:29
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shadeslayeri still have no idea where my .debs go after building ...14:34
shadeslayerand no, theyre not in /var/cache/pbuilder/result/14:34
apparle_shadeslayer:  lets hope that doesn't happen to me, after waiting for 2 hours14:36
yofelshadeslayer: /var/cache/pbuilder/maverick-amd64/result/ ?14:36
shadeslayerhehe... im using all of the pbuilder hooks in the bzr branch14:36
shadeslayeryofel: http://paste.ubuntu.com/491584/ << ls -l of  /var/cache/pbuilder/14:37
yofelshadeslayer: pastebin your .pbuilderrc14:38
shadeslayeryofel: http://paste.ubuntu.com/491585/14:38
yofelodd, should be in BUILDRESULT=/var/cache/pbuilder/result/14:39
shadeslayeryeah i know...14:41
shadeslayeryofel: im using all of the pbuilder scripts from kubuntu-members bzr branch14:41
shadeslayermaybe that might affect it14:41
yofelI do too, and they're at the defined place here14:42
mfraz74any ideas why installing foomatic-db on Kubuntu 10.10, wants to remove kubuntu-desktop?14:42
yofelshadeslayer: here's my rc14:43
shadeslayeryofel: quite different from mine ;)14:44
lex79ScottK: ebook-tools https://launchpad.net/~alessandro-ghersi/+archive/ppa/+packages14:44
apparle_I am facing a severe diskspace problem... before pbuilder started building qt, I had 5GB free space. Now I only have 60MB free. Help. Tell me few locations to free space fast.14:48
schmidtmmfraz74: kubuntu and ubuntu use foomatic-db-compressed-ppds14:49
yofelapparle_: sudo apt-get clean to get rid of downloaded .debs?14:50
yofeland yes, qt needs a lot of space14:50
apparle_yofel: I need those, later... backing them up. Anywhere else14:50
apparle_yofel: that will only free 1GB, what to do after that14:51
apparle_is there any command to display the size of each folder?14:53
yofelnot that I know of, there's 'du -sh *' to list the folders that you have in the folder that you're in now, and there's baobab for a graphical inspection (gnome)14:54
yofelcrap, while I'm talking here apt ran out of space here :S14:55
apparle_how to clean thumbnail cache.... its taking 60Mb here14:59
EagleScreen_for KDE we have filelight to inspect disk usage15:00
apparle_EagleScreen_: and is it installed?15:02
EagleScreen_not by default15:02
apparle_EagleScreen_: else I am in trouble,... no space here15:02
EagleScreen_filelight must use very few space15:02
ScottKlex79: Looking.15:03
ScottKapparle_: Quickest way to get a large chunk of space back is remove the tarball for your pbuilder chroot and recreate it later after you're back in safe territory.15:04
smarter_apparle_: thumbnail cache is in ~/.thumbnails15:04
apparle_ScottK: but pbuilder is compiling... would removing it be okay?15:05
yofelpbuilder also uses a seperate aptcache by default, /var/cache/pbuilder/aptcache - might be worth to clean that too15:05
smarter_apparle_: also, sudo apt-get clean15:05
apparle_smarter_: already done15:05
ScottKapparle_: Not sure.15:05
smarter_apparle_: I made a simple scripts years ago to get some spaces back: http://opendesktop.org/content/show.php/Ubucleaner?content=7152915:06
yofelapparle_: remove some old kernels too if you have any15:06
smarter_my script does that :p15:06
smarter_well, it did years ago15:06
apparle_the .kde folder in home is taking a lot of space (1.2GB) any pointers on cleaning it without obviously messing all my settings15:07
smarter_akregator cache?15:07
yofelhere it's nepomuk using 1.3G o.O15:08
yofel18481295 1.2G -rw------- 1 yofel yofel 1.2G 2010-09-10 16:05 soprano-virtuoso.db15:08
apparle_yofel: I have disabled nepomuk, does the database automatically get disabled or do I have to delete15:09
yofelyou probably have to delete it, I disabled it once too and the db is obviously still there15:10
apparle_yofel: where is it?15:10
ScottKlex79: Uploaded. Thanks.15:10
shadeslayerapachelogger: http://paste.ubuntu.com/491606/ << have a look15:10
shadeslayerjust need to test build now15:11
apparle_yofel: thanks... another 900MB free15:12
smarter_"//Declare some variables that are used afterwards", great comment :p15:12
shadeslayersmarter_: haha :P15:12
apparle_I just saw I have many builds in var/cache/pbuilder? Can I delete old ones?15:13
apparle_I mean how to find which ones are old, 15:14
shadeslayerapparle_: id say remove /var/cache/pbuilder/result15:14
smarter_apparle_: ls -l? :p15:15
apparle_shadeslayer: but pbuilder is compiling, so wouldn't that mess up?15:15
apparle_smarter_: what was that for?15:15
smarter_apparle_: finding which one are old15:15
yofelapparle_: no, the result are the old .debs you build with pbuilder before, your current build is in build/15:16
shadeslayerapparle_: no..15:16
apparle_no use.. it contained only few mbs15:17
apparle_last time I was compiling qt using pbuilder (2hrs into it), I had to hard-reboot. so would that have left files in build?15:18
yofelapparle_: you should only have 1 folder in build/15:19
yofelif you have more than they are wasting space15:19
apparle_there are 515:19
yofelactually, 1 folder for every pbuilder currently running15:19
apparle_only one running15:20
ScottKapparle_: You can remove the rest.  That will get you lots of space back.15:20
shadeslayerScottK: re bug 628051, anything missing ?15:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 628051 in choqok (Ubuntu) "FFe: Choqok choqok 0.9.90" [Wishlist,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62805115:20
yofelthen you have 4 folders that you don't need, maybe check the timestaps on them and delete the old ones15:20
ScottKshadeslayer: Install log?15:20
apparle_there are 5 folders, one 4.2GB, 2.4Gb, 300MB,400MB, 1.4GB15:20
shadeslayeroh... damn .. one sec15:21
apparle_yofel: I'll see the timestamps15:21
* shadeslayer needs to locate the deb to install it15:21
ScottKshadeslayer: At this point I'd like to hear about how it's been tested.15:21
apparle_yofel: you are sure of this. I don't want to start building qt again.? 15:23
yofelapparle_: well, if one of the folders has a reasonable recent timestamp (it should have been created when you started building) it should be fine to delete the others15:25
yofeland pbuilder tells you the build folder at the start, but I doubt your scrollback is large enough for that15:25
yofeland if you removed result/ you probably don't have the current build log either anymore15:25
shadeslayeryofel: any ideas where my debs are hiding ? :D15:27
yofelshadeslayer: sudo find / -iname '*.deb'15:28
yofelmight take a while but it should fine them :P15:29
apparle_yofel: thanks, it cleared another 4GB15:29
shadeslayeryofel: i modified to : sudo find / -iname '*choqok*.deb'15:31
apparle_now that I have cleared the diskspace problems... there are memory problems...15:34
apparle_what is 'ld' it is consuming a hell lot of memory in the system monitor15:34
ScottKapparle_: Try man ld.15:35
ScottKYou'll find it's not suprising.15:35
shadeslayeryofel: nothing with my modified command :(15:35
shadeslayerjust /var/cache/apt/archives/choqok_0.9.85-0ubuntu1_amd64.deb 15:35
yofelare you sure that it actually *built* ? got the log somewhere?15:36
apparle_can't try it, it is taking years to type itself, forget krunner or anything else. my memory is already full and swap has increased by a GB in last 2 min15:36
ScottKapparle_: OK. It's the linker.15:36
ScottKkdepim 4.4.6 is announced.  Is it ready to upload?15:37
apparle_ahh, so I can say at least compilation is over. How much time would it take to link qt :P15:37
shadeslayerScottK: runtime in ninja ppa15:37
shadeslayerkdepim is being done by lex79 15:38
ScottKDoesn't need to be in Ninja.  It can go in staging.15:38
ScottKlex79: Let me know when it's ready.15:38
mfraz74schmidtm: thanks15:38
shadeslayeri can copy it15:38
apparle_shadeslayer: linking does depend on RAM, and I am going to buy a new RAM card ASAP15:40
ScottKapparle_: Dunno how long linking takes, but it's not fast.15:41
apparle_Right now my RAM is full and swap is 1.5GB :(15:41
apparle_even the mouse is not moving smoothly :( :( :( :( I'll talk later when the conditions improve15:42
apparle_Also next time I am going to build qt in recovery mode without any GUI15:43
shadeslayerfor some reason kubuntu-desktop is being held back 15:44
ScottKshadeslayer: It's fixed a few hours ago.  Once your mirror catches up dist-upgrade should fix it.15:45
shadeslayerok.. 15:45
apparle_ok guys, bye I'll come back after a few hours to check :) One thing for sure building qt on slow computer takes more that 4 hours15:46
apparle_and the conditions have suddenly improved :) allthough it is again compiling some files...so  I think compiling is not yet over15:48
yofelthat should be the make install run, so it should be over soon I think15:51
apparle_no it had just finished with a directory and now it has entered a new directory. I'll go for dinner bye.15:53
apacheloggerScottK: dunno ati graphics shit I suspect15:55
apacheloggeror maybe general IO stuff15:55
apacheloggerin any case I can freeze my system repeatedly within 3 minutes after boot15:55
* apachelogger is now on lucid15:55
ScottKapparle_: Free or proprietary drivers?15:55
apacheloggerfglrx is not even ABI compatible with mavs driver yet15:56
ScottKapachelogger: I think updating mesa might help.  Try the mesa in ppa:sarvatt/ppa.15:56
apacheloggerScottK: oh and upgrading to the mesa you proposed shot X completely ... kwin commited sucide15:56
apacheloggermight have been by something else tough15:56
apparle_apachelogger: try disabling KMS15:56
ScottKAh, OK.15:56
apparle_apachelogger: it significantly improves the free ati drivers15:57
apacheloggerthey still  would be crappy15:57
apparle_but usable15:57
yofelhuh? you can set an initial status, importance, milestone and assigned person for a bug in the extra options on +filebug now o.O15:58
apacheloggerno opengl desktop effects == no usable in 201015:58
apparle_apachelogger: I have opengl effects. No supercool ones like cylinder switch etc, but normal ones. And those also not super fast but usable15:59
apacheloggerapparle_: are you using xrender?15:59
apparle_no, opengl16:00
apacheloggerhow can they be not super fast16:00
apacheloggerfgrlx does them just fine16:00
apacheloggerand peopel say fglrx is the crappiest graphics driver you can have for X16:00
apparle_I have free driver16:00
apacheloggerapparle_: yeah, just saying16:00
apacheloggerI can have a system with crap or I can have a system that works just fine like one would expect it to16:00
apacheloggerI'd choose latter now that I am old an rusty16:01
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* apachelogger plays with the cube while KDE is updating16:03
shadeslayerso much win \o/ http://arstechnica.com/open-source/news/2010/09/broadcom-announces-official-open-source-drivers-for-linux.ars16:07
apacheloggerScottK: I was unable to reproduce your error on a not new install with new user :S16:12
apacheloggergotta look for a stick to test a current image16:12
ScottKdebfx: Did you manage to reproduce it?16:12
apacheloggerScottK: however, as I was looking at the code while I was on the train I do think a timing issue is entirely possible16:13
apacheloggerIIRC QFile will fail to write if the parenting directories are not there16:13
apacheloggerand the function in question only tries a simple write and if that fails throws the message16:14
apachelogger(also for the record I think that error should be transformed into something more useful upstream - it is sort of ewww)16:14
ScottKIf only there were someone who had looked at the code and has kdesvn access ....16:15
apacheloggeryeah :P16:16
apacheloggeranyhow, as I said earlier I think what we should do is add mkdir calls to startkde to ensure everything is set up properly, also that should not increase execution time terribly16:17
apacheloggerthey are doing the same for .kde/share/config IIRC16:17
ScottKapachelogger: Would you be up for a patch?16:18
apacheloggerbut first I would like to reproduce it16:18
ScottKHappens almost every time in a live session on my netbook.16:18
* apachelogger put the wrong image on the stick ^^16:22
apacheloggerI could have a netbook server like jussi16:22
lex79ScottK: so can I upload kdepim ande kdepim-runtime ?16:24
ScottKlex79: Yes.16:25
DarkwingDuckScottK: You need someone to reproduce a bug?16:25
ScottKMostly I need apachelogger to reproduce it so he can be sure of his fix.16:26
apacheloggergetting to plasma sure takes a while16:27
DarkwingDuckim guessing thats a reproduction16:28
apacheloggeris it normal that I get a busy cursor for like one minute before ksplash shows up?16:28
apacheloggerin fact, first I got to a tty and then ksplash showed up which is sort of ... ugly16:28
apacheloggerScottK: I dont get the issue in the live session...16:29
* apachelogger reboots16:29
apacheloggerand I have the bug where kdm reports that ubuntu is logged in on every TTY16:30
apacheloggeractually I tought about turning off that warning ...16:30
apacheloggerthose that wish to use it can turn it on16:30
apacheloggerand others dont get this bug16:30
apacheloggerScottK: not getting it on second try either16:34
apacheloggerScottK: maybe your stick is at fault? ;)16:34
ScottKIt can't be just the stick as I get it on first boot too.16:35
apacheloggermaybe your RAM is at fault? :P16:36
* apachelogger finds this odd16:36
lex79ScottK: there are new minor bug fix releases for python-qt4 and qscintilla16:37
lex79do we want?16:37
ScottKDo they fix any problems people are reporting as having?16:38
apacheloggerlex79: I think Riddell already looked at them and didnt like them 16:38
ScottKEverytime we touch qscintilla, I get nervous16:38
lex79oh ok16:38
Riddellthey're not ABI compatible16:38
Riddellso i'd rather not unless there's some important fix we need16:38
lex79 bug fix release not ABI compatible uhmmm :D16:39
apacheloggerlex79: it is the pyth0rn way of doing things :P16:39
apacheloggerScottK: try # 3 still no dice16:39
lex79poor us16:40
apacheloggerI'll redo the stick and try it one last time16:40
ScottKI guess I'll need to try a different stick (if I can find one of the others)16:40
* apachelogger almost never finds a stick when he needs one, but if I dont need one ...16:41
apacheloggershadeslayer: are we friends on opendesktop yet?16:42
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shadeslayerapachelogger: no :(16:57
* shadeslayer prefers fb/identi.ca/twitter any day16:57
shadeslayeri dont even remember my username :P16:57
shadeslayerapachelogger: add shadeslayer9016:58
shadeslayeridk how to search ...16:59
shadeslayerim awesome ..17:00
shadeslayerYour friendship request was sent to apachelogger  ^_^17:01
crissisomeone here who builds kubuntu ppa kdevelop packages?17:02
crissii have lucid with kde 4.5.1 and kdevelop4.0.1 and got: /usr/bin/kdevelop.bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libkdevplatformshell.so.1: undefined symbol: _ZN7Sublime10MainWindow23tabContextMenuRequestedEPNS_4ViewEP5KMenu17:02
crissi[18:01:39] <milian> crissi: #ubuntu17:02
shadeslayerthat means someone messed up symbols in the package17:03
shadeslayercrissi: which ppa?17:04
shadeslayerbackports? beta backports?17:04
crissideb lucid main17:04
shadeslayerbackports it is then17:05
crissidont let you confuse the apt line :)17:05
crissiits local mirror17:05
crissibut fetches from launchpad17:05
shadeslayergot it17:06
shadeslayerlemme have a look17:06
shadeslayerseems like a direct backport from maverick17:07
shadeslayercrissi: is it reproducable on maverick ?17:07
shadeslayerapachelogger: is there a opendesktop plasmoid or something?17:07
crissishadeslayer: sorry only lucid here17:08
crissiat this machine17:08
crissibut i can do some tests if nessary..17:08
crissijust tell me what i could run at shell17:08
crissistrace for exampe17:08
shadeslayernot really... the symbols file is messed up, ill have a look at bzr 17:09
crissio if you wkant to know which packages are installed (qt, kdevplatform, kde,...)17:10
shadeslayerone sec17:10
shadeslayercrissi: im installing on maverick to check if the problem is still there17:11
shadeslayerdont see alot from https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kdevplatform/+changelog17:12
ScottKshadeslayer: Could kdevelop in the PPA just need a rebuild?17:15
shadeslayerScottK: im looking .. but since i see no modifications to symbols file for kdev platform, i think your right17:16
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rbelemScottK, ping17:59
ScottKrbelem: Hello18:00
rbelemhey ScottK :-)18:00
ScottKWhat do we need to do to get QML working?18:00
rbelemScottK, i already have the patch18:00
rbelemScottK, just need to install the plugin18:00
ScottKIs it in the bug?18:00
ScottKbug 63475518:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63475518:01
rbelemScottK, not yet. I did not manage to upload yesterday18:01
ScottKOK.  18:01
ScottKPing me when it's there.18:01
ScottKThanks even18:02
shadeslayercrissi: what do i do to reproduce issue?18:02
rbelemScottK, done!18:02
ScottKThanks.  Looking18:02
crissisimply install it and try to start18:03
crissiit fails on start18:03
shadeslayerseems to work here18:04
shadeslayeri guess needs a rebuild then 18:04
ScottKapachelogger or JontheEchidna: Could you upload the fix it Bug #634755 so I can put it through binary New?18:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63475518:05
apparlehey guys.... 18:06
apparleqtwebkit has not yet been compiled. it has been 5.5 hrs now18:07
yofelapparle: you're building qtwebkit too? (or are you building qt4.6 and it's still building?)18:08
apparleI am building only qtwebkit18:09
yofelapparle: for lucid or mav?18:09
ScottKlex79: Maybe you could look at Bug #63475518:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63475518:09
apparleyofel: rather I did this "apt-get source libqt4-webkit" and then "sudo pbuilder build *.dsc"... for lucid18:10
apparleyofel: before building I added a patch and made changes to changelog18:10
yofelapparle: oh, yeah, it first needs to finish compiling qt4 and after that is done it will build the packages18:10
apparle5.5hrs is a big deal.18:11
yofelqt4-x11 is one of the biggest packages we have in the archive, even my i7 took ages to build it, can't remember the actual time18:11
apparleyofel: what does lzma do in packaging process, its taking a hell lot of mem and cpu18:12
crissimaybe... it could help to use my icecc live cd: http://crissi.linux-administrator.com/linux/iceccd/iceccd_en.html18:12
crissiso you can use the power of all pcs which are around18:13
apparleyofel: :( I don't want to compress ... it seems it will take tonight to build. I'll sleep and see tomorrow18:13
yofelapparle: what is it doing right now? still compiling or is it building the packages? (lzma sounds like package building)18:14
apparlebuilding package18:14
rbelemcrissi, icecc rulez!18:14
apparledone about 10 of them18:14
apparleits straining my cpu so much I can't even watch a movie18:15
yofelapparle: you can try sudo renice and give you media player an higher priority, but don't raise it too high (not more than 5)18:17
apparleyofel: no need, I have taken my roommates laptop, he has gone home leaving it here :D18:18
shadeslayercrissi: not really.. i dont have nodes here.. on a single PC network :P18:21
shadeslayerand everything is done by launchpad now18:21
shadeslayerScottK: rebuild both kdevplatform and kdevelop right?18:22
ScottKshadeslayer: Probably, but I'm not paying close attention to it.  Do one and then the other after the new binaries of kdevplatform are published.18:23
ScottKThat or version the build-dep18:23
* shadeslayer looks at launchpad build farm18:23
shadeslayerheh.. overloaded amd64 queue18:24
apparlefinally it has completed, after exact 6 hours18:41
RiddellI warned you 18:41
ScottKRiddell: Will you be around later to do binary New if I upload rbelem qml plugin fix?18:42
ScottK(alternatively you could upload it now and I'l New it later)18:42
RiddellScottK: yes should be18:43
ScottKRiddell: OK.  Would you prefer to upload or New?18:44
ScottKNo one else seems to have jumped on it.18:44
RiddellScottK: I have a compile done here I just need to test it18:44
Riddellso I can upload it, unless you have done testing and are ready to upload18:45
ScottKRiddell: No.  I'm not ready.  Please go ahead.18:45
ScottKI'll watch for it in New later.18:45
ulysses!find kcommondecoration.h18:55
ubottuFile kcommondecoration.h found in kdebase-workspace-dev18:56
shadeslayerRiddell: wrt adblock, theres a new branch on git, i think its improved alot, lemme check18:57
Riddellhmm, I still get a crash in plasma-mobile even with the new package18:57
* ScottK pokes at rbelem. ^^^18:57
rbelemI will check if i miss something18:58
Riddellhttp://kubuntu.pastebin.com/6m92sf2N  much the same as before18:59
* rbelem building qtwebkit again19:01
Riddellrbelem: did you have plasma-mobile running ok?19:04
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Riddelltxwikinger: you were asking about things to help with, reviewing http://qa.ubuntuwire.com/ftbfs/ for KDE bits would be useful19:07
rbelemRiddell, i tested and it worked, but i just notice that i was running the patched plasma-mobile19:07
Riddellkoffice is being looked into but the rest could do with fixes or requests for removal19:08
* rbelem just finished the build19:10
ScottKtxwikinger: The K parts of http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/NBS/ probably need some attention too.19:11
shadeslayerRiddell: bbc.co.uk opens fine on rekonq noq19:14
txwikingerThanks Riddell, ScottK I will have a look19:16
shadeslayerScottK: likewise for cnn.com now, videos do work19:17
shadeslayerit shows a blank area initially before the video loads, but i think thats because of flash19:18
tsdgeoshi guys, any of you have a kubuntu 10.04 not upgraded to KDE 4.5.1?19:20
shadeslayer!find QIcon.h19:20
ubottuPackage/file QIcon.h does not exist in lucid19:20
Riddelltsdgeos: no although I can set up a virtual machine (or a real one if needed)19:20
tsdgeos!find qicon.h19:20
ubottuFile qicon.h found in libqt4-dev, libqtscript4-doc, python-qt4-doc, qt4-doc-html19:20
shadeslayertsdgeos: and libqt4-dev would be in qt-core or qt-gui ?19:21
Riddellshadeslayer: both19:21
tsdgeosRiddell: well, there's https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=250728 that i can't reproduce in 4.5.1 and it's crashing in a very weird place, i can try asking the reporter for info first19:21
ubottuKDE bug 250728 in general "crash when opening xps files" [Crash,Unconfirmed]19:21
apparleRiddell: :) I'll upload the qtwebkit in few minutes.. just tested it19:21
shadeslayerRiddell: im actually amazed at speed of rekonq noq19:23
Riddelltsdgeos: I'll set up a virtual machine, I need to do some upgrade testing anyway later19:23
ubottuA simple way to patch Debian/Ubuntu packages is to attach a debdiff to a bug report, or send it to the team which handles the package. Learn more about it from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Howtos/Debdiff19:26
Riddellapparle: great, take a debdiff and attach to the bug19:27
Riddellrbelem: crack open the champaign, I just tried today's kubuntu-mobile daily and it's working! http://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/tmp/plasma-mobile.png19:27
Riddellthat is one big clock19:28
rbelemRiddell, cool! :-)19:28
* rbelem building today plasma-mobile svn snapshot19:29
apparleRiddell: bug:63477419:33
Riddellbug 63477419:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634774 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit based applications crash on a flash based webpage when using flash 10.1 onwards" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63477419:36
Riddellyou have to know how to keep ubottu happy :)19:36
apparleRiddell: now what to do?19:36
Riddellapparle: give me a minute to review it19:37
ubottuYum! Err, I mean, APT!19:38
shadeslayerapparle: a snack a day keeps ubottu happy :P19:38
shadeslayerRiddell: theres a problem with new plasma-widget-nm19:39
shadeslayerwhen i select a wired network, plasma crashes19:39
Riddelltsdgeos: works fine http://people.canonical.com/~jriddell/tmp/okular-xps.png19:39
ScottKThis reminds me.  I've tested pw-nm on 802.11a wifi in maverick and it seems much more stable than in lucid.19:39
tsdgeosRiddell: yeah, i think it might be a threading issue, but helgrind comes clean on it 19:40
shadeslayerScottK: does it not crash when selecting wired networks?19:40
tsdgeosRiddell: tx anyway19:41
ScottKshadeslayer: It's never come up for me.  It just autoconnects.19:41
shadeslayerum.. i have a network defined manually with different DNS entries, maybe thats why19:41
apparleRiddell: I marked that rekonq bug as duplicate of this bug? That's alright or should I write a comment and close that bug?19:44
Riddellapparle: I think duplicate is fine19:45
Riddellapparle: patch needs a few things tidied up, I can do that19:46
apparleRiddell: like what.... for next time :)19:46
Riddellapparle: can you add a comment with "TEST CASE" describing what happened before and should happen with the new version19:46
apparleRiddell: that should go in the bug report isn't it?19:47
apparleahh comment right19:47
apparlesure I'll right it. 19:47
apparleRiddell: would this be okay19:50
apparle TEST CASE19:50
apparleBefore: Opening http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/ in rekonq or arora will result in a crash on lucid.19:50
apparleAfter: The site opens fine in both rekonq and arora.19:50
Riddellthat's good19:50
shadeslayerScottK: re bug 628051 , i think its complete now19:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 628051 in choqok (Ubuntu) "FFe: Choqok choqok 0.9.90" [Wishlist,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/62805119:53
ScottKshadeslayer: How about you use the new one for a day and then if you don't find any regressions, I'll approve it.19:54
shadeslayersure no problem19:55
shadeslayerim going to sleep atm :D19:55
Riddellnight shadeslayer 19:55
apparleshadeslayer: GN19:56
Riddelllet's see how long it takes for Qt to build a source package...19:56
apparleRiddell: you are building qt? it took me 6 hours19:57
debfxScottK: the live cd starts plasma-desktop in my VM20:00
ScottKdebfx: Did you see this problem?20:00
apparleGuys I have still not concluded on a cross platform IDE for c++. Please help20:00
Riddelldebfx: so it should, your VM isn't a netbook :)20:00
Riddellapparle: emacs20:00
Riddellor kate20:01
Riddelldepends on my mood20:01
apparleRiddell: I am looking for IDE. Code completion etc :)20:01
ScottKOh. I misread.20:01
apparleKDevelop is cool but not cross platform20:01
Riddellthey both have code completion of some description20:01
lex79ScottK: someone is already working on bug #634755 ?20:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634755 in qtwebkit-source (Ubuntu) "QtWebKit package is not installing the QML plugin" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63475520:01
Riddelllex79: yes rbelem is20:02
ScottKlex79: Yes.  Riddell is working on in now.   Sorry for not unpinging.20:02
ScottKunping the slacking apachelogger and JontheEchidna too.20:02
Riddellit's back in rbelem's domain currently20:02
Riddellfabo: have you looked at the QtWebKit QML plugin?  do you have a preference for package name?20:03
lex79I scare someone if I'll upload kdebase-workspace with 5 cherrypick patches?20:05
ScottKlex79: Please wait a bit.  I may have more.20:05
ScottKAs long as youve tested then, no.20:06
Riddellapparle: new debdiff added to bug 634774  20:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 634774 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu Lucid) "QtWebKit based applications crash on a flash based webpage when using flash 10.1 onwards" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/63477420:06
Riddellapparle: uses version number with a decimal point, uploads to lucid-proposed, adds the patch as a patch into debian/patches/ not directly in the source20:06
Riddellapparle: if you're ok with that I'll upload and hopefully pitti will approve it on Monday20:06
lex79ScottK: ok I will push to bzr waiting yours patches20:06
debfxScottK: how do I logout/shutdown from netbook?20:07
ScottKdebfx: Click on the red icon in the top panel20:08
Riddelldebfx: "hardware button" says upstream, we add the lockout widget to the panel20:08
apparleRiddell: go ahead20:08
* lex79 wants lockout widget also in the desktop20:08
debfxthe logout widget isn't there20:09
apparleRiddell: when will the package actually come to repos? 20:10
ScottKdebfx: lock, switch user, create new session, use the logout widget at KDM.20:10
debfxI found right-click -> leave20:11
ScottKEven better.20:11
debfxok, so I switched to netbook mode, logged out and restarted kdm20:13
debfxnow netbook is running, no error message and user-places.xbel isn't even created20:13
ScottKMaybe I'm the only one getting it created for some reason.20:14
rbelemScottK, Riddell, i think that the problem in the qt package20:14
rbelemit is not install the binary qml20:14
rbelemi will investigate more20:15
rbeleminternet here is too slow20:23
rbelemit will take one hour and half to download qt src20:24
* rbelem will look at his qt git clone20:24
ScottKlex79: Go ahead.  My patch didn't work out.20:31
lex79ScottK: I can wait a couple of days, I'd like to see fixed this bug https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=24825020:33
ubottuKDE bug 248250 in kcm_keyboard "option to activate num-lock on kde start has no effect" [Normal,Needsinfo: waitingforinfo]20:33
ScottKOK.  20:35
rbelemguys, do you know how to reset a bzr tree to the latest revision?20:44
ulyssesbzr revert -r <revision>20:47
ulyssesfrom 'bzr help revert'20:47
rbelemthanks ulysses 20:49
rbelembzr revert -r <revision> == git reset --hard <hash> :-D20:50
EagleScreen_what happens with this repo?20:59
EagleScreen_deb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com karmic main restricted universe multiverse21:00
EagleScreen_but for maverick21:00
EagleScreen_deb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com maverick main restricted universe multiverse21:00
EagleScreen_does it still exist?21:00
EagleScreen_it is for debugging symbol of packages21:01
ulyssesit seems so: http://ddebs.ubuntu.com/dists/maverick/21:01
EagleScreen_and how do i add it to software sources?21:04
EagleScreen_deb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com/dists/maverick/ maverick amin multiverse??21:04
yofelEagleScreen_: software sources -> other software -> add, and then put the 'deb...' line there21:05
yofelsee https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingProgramCrash21:05
yofelfollowing the instructions there might be easier21:06
EagleScreen_yes, but which deb line?21:06
yofeldeb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com $(lsb_release -cs) main restricted universe multiverse21:07
yofeljust follow what it says in 1.21:07
yofelyou already had the right one: 21:07
yofeldeb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com maverick main restricted universe multivers21:07
EagleScreen_i think it is exactly what I added first21:08
EagleScreen_deb http://ddebs.ubuntu.com maverick main restricted universe multiverse <<-- fails to reload packages21:09
yofelthat's odd, works fine here21:10
EagleScreen_see this http://simplest-image-hosting.net/jpg-0-plasma-desktopxo171121:10
yofelapt: http://paste.ubuntu.com/491792/21:12
EagleScreen_apt-get: http://pastebin.ca/193751121:14
yofelwait, you are using 'deb' and not 'deb-src' right?21:15
EagleScreen_yes, is it deb-src?21:15
yofelno, it's 'deb', but as it tries to fetch Sources.gz for you it seems like you're using deb-src21:16
yofelit should fetch http://ddebs.ubuntu.com/dists/maverick/main/binary-amd64/Packages.gz or whatever arch you're on21:16
EagleScreen_i am using both of them, bacause software-properties added deb-src one automatically21:16
EagleScreen_the deb one is working well21:17
yofeldisable that, ddebs have no -src entry21:17
EagleScreen_okay, i see the problem, debug symbols haven't source repository?21:17
yofelthey don't, as they're created automatically by the buildds when building the official source packages21:18
ulyssesKate crashes when opening a saves session: http://pastebin.com/Bs5GaScg21:36
* apachelogger stumbles in drunk and like 300 kg heavier than he was when he left....21:37
apacheloggershadeslayer: we are friends now21:38
apacheloggershadeslayer: btw, about your pasted patch ... it still has a qlist?21:48
apacheloggerulysses: you want to catch agateau with that, because it seems the crash origins in dbusmenu21:49
ulyssesapachelogger: okay, I'll make a trap:P21:49
ulysses…or a Pandorica21:50
* apachelogger giggles21:51
apachelogger-> sc221:51
apacheloggerif someone finds me on battle.net, I hope you did pray today ...21:51
ulyssessounds like a plan21:51
ScottKapachelogger: I think davidbarth lives closest to agateau if you need help with the trapping.22:11
smarter_JontheEchidna: pling22:24
rbelemhey ScottK 22:38
ScottKrbelem: Hello22:38
rbelemScottK, i was wrong about qt package22:38
ScottKrbelem: OK.  What's the issue?22:38
rbelemScottK, i discovered that the method which breaking plasma-mobile were introduced 3 weeks ago22:39
rbelemin plasma22:39
ScottKSo can you patch around it or do we have to roll back?22:40
rbelemScottK, i think i can backport the patch22:40
ScottKOK.  Cool.  Let me know.22:41
rbelemcool :-)22:41
ScottKAnyone doing libbluedevil?22:42
CIA-116[muon] gmartres * 1173926 * trunk/extragear/sysadmin/muon/ (10 files in 4 dirs) Added a PackageWidget class that serves as a baseclass for ManagerWidget, ReviewWidget and UpdaterWidget22:43
Riddellrbelem: but should we install the qtwebkit qml bits anyway?  presumably something else might want them22:43
rbelemRiddell, we still need that22:44
rbelemRiddell, i think that the debdiff is ok22:46
* rbelem building kdelibs to test the backport23:22
yofelanyone there that understands wth went wrong here? o.O http://launchpadlibrarian.net/55374058/buildlog_ubuntu-maverick-i386.scribus-trunk_1.5.0svn201009102214-6~maverick1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz23:46
yofelAfter installing, the following source dependencies are still unsatisfied:23:46
yofellibqt4-dev(inst 4:4.7.0~rc1-1ubuntu2 ! <= wanted 4:4.7~~)|libqtwebkit-dev(missing)23:46

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