ftahm, is it just me or is X no longer listening on :0 but on :1 by default???00:23
JanCit's on :0 for me (on maverick)00:30
ftame too, but on natty, i have :1.0 now00:35
BUGabundohow can I check?00:36
BUGabundodeclare -x DISPLAY=":0.0"00:36
ftalook at the X process00:39
ftamine looks like /usr/bin/X :1 -br -verbose  ...00:39
BUGabundobugabundo@BluBUG:~$ psx X00:39
BUGabundoroot       992  6.4  0.8 142612 32932 tty7     Rs+  Nov04   9:02 /usr/bin/X :0 -nr -verbose -auth /var/run/gdm/auth-for-gdm-O7awzM/database -nolisten tcp vt700:39
ftawell, i fixed flappy to auto-detect that00:40
BUGabundofta: dear... YOUAREDOINGITWRONG :p00:40
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chrisccoulsonhi dpm. so, we're likely to get a FF4.0 beta 7 release soon, at which point, i'd like to get it in to natty10:50
chrisccoulsonwhich means we'll need to start getting the language packs updated :)10:51
dpmhey chrisccoulson, we were thinking of releasing the first language packs at alpha-1, would that be earlier? Even then, I think it should be fine, we'd only need to talk to pitti to get the natty langpacks builds started10:52
chrisccoulsondpm - yeah, that should be ok10:54
dpmchrisccoulson, so langpacks in alpha-1 should be ok? - If not, it's just a matter of pinging me and pitti when you need them10:55
* dpm <-- early early lunch10:55
chrisccoulsondpm - yeah, i think that's ok. it means that there'll be a couple of weeks where firefox is not localized, but i don't think that's an issue in a pre-alpha version10:56
chrisccoulsoni guess only really hardcore and insane people are running natty right now ;)10:56
* gnomefreak is insane than ;)10:57
chrisccoulsonand me10:57
gnomefreakxul192 seems to still be hanging, just using dpkg --con.... but i have not done all the other updates yet11:02
gnomefreakgnomefreak@Development:~$ sudo dpkg --configure -a11:02
gnomefreakSetting up xulrunner-1.9.2 ( ...11:02
gnomefreak2.0 same way. let me worry abot it more when i am fully up to date11:03
gnomefreakah i see 13 was posted so im going to guess that is what fixes it11:03
gnomefreakclicompanion is kind of cool even though it is targeted towards new users11:09
gnomefreakchrisccoulson: please tell me the xul192.13 fixed the stalling issue11:39
gnomefreakfor me it is stalling still11:39
gnomefreakwell i guess not since it is still stalled out11:41
nikolamHow to stop freaking indexing of messages on Thunderbird 3.0? I am on Notebook an it is eating my battery, using 100% cpu !11:55
gnomefreaknikolam: it is in the preferences11:56
nikolamI think It is because I used Third mail database (imap, local copy) with newer TB and older is now freaking out, making new index11:56
nikolamok gno11:56
nikolamgnomefreak, ok11:56
nikolamit is "enable global search indexer I suppose11:57
gnomefreakmicahg: yes11:59
gnomefreaknikolam: yes11:59
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gnomefreakchrisccoulson: yeah xul192 is still stalling during set up12:09
gnomefreakim going to assume so does 2.0 and icedtea12:09
ubot2If an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »12:09
gnomefreakany workaround yet?12:12
gnomefreaki havent been here in weeks and it is still an issue, might i suggest looking into the bug, or at least point me to where to report PPA bugs12:15
gnomefreakyep 2.0 same bug12:25
gnomefreakapparmor + browser errors12:25
gnomefreakErrors were encountered while processing: xulrunner-1.9.2 xulrunner-2.0 icedtea-plugin xulrunner-2.0-gnome-support12:29
gnomefreaki thought we updated apport with our PPA hooks at one point but i guess not12:44
gnomefreakchrisccoulson: micahg bug 671394 (not sure who is working on this or even if it was a known issue12:58
ubot2Launchpad bug 671394 in ubuntu-mozilla-ppa-bugs "Xulrunner-1.9.2 and xulrunner-2.0 stall out on configuring (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/67139412:58
ftajdstrand, mdeslaur: hi. bug 671420 + http://people.ubuntu.com/~fta/chromium/7.0.517.44~r64615/14:30
ubot2Launchpad bug 671420 in chromium-browser (Ubuntu Natty) (and 3 other projects) "7.0.517.41~r62167 -> 7.0.517.44~r64615 security update (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/67142014:30
jdstrandfta: ack. thanks!14:30
jdstrandmdeslaur: I've got it14:31
mdeslaurfta, jdstrand: cool, thanks14:34
ftadpm, hi, the 1st batch of translations landed in the chromium daily ppa14:40
ftadpm, i had a problem with a translator turing <!-- x --> into <!- x ->, making the xml parser in grit fail14:40
ftadpm, so i now check all the strings for xml errors before i accept them during the gettext->grit convertion. it's slower but it's better than an ftbfs14:41
dpmfta, yeah, I think it's a good idea. Launchpad does the checking for gettext format variables, but with xml and other formats it cannot.14:43
ftadpm, how should i report such errors?14:44
dpmfta, what do you mean, to translators?14:44
ftadpm, yep. last output (still ugly), looked like this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/526344/14:46
fta(would be nice to have bug 669831 fixed shortly)14:46
ubot2Launchpad bug 669831 in rosetta "obsolete translations exported to the branch (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/66983114:46
dpmfta, there are several possibilities: send a list with the errors to the launchpad-translators LP mailing list, or send them to the relevant teams. Launchpad translations teams are always named as lp-l10n-CC, where CC is the country code. You can get each team's e-mail address through the Launchpad API14:47
dpmas per the bug, I'd recommend poking danilo, jtv and henninge next week (I think today they're either away or already reached EOD)14:49
dpmI already did some poking myself as well :)14:49
ftadpm, i don't have much luck with launchpad bugs in general, i have a dozen opened for months/years, none moved a bit14:51
jdstrandfta: I uploaded chromium to security-proposed. the packages were perfect. thanks so much! :)15:01
ftajdstrand, in case you didn't notice, in it, there are security fixes for webkit and libvpx, we should have those in our system packages, right?15:04
jdstrandfta: I did see you and mdeslaur discuss that, yes. we will provide fixes for those as part of our normal processes15:05
ftajdstrand, great15:05
ftadamn, the python difflib module produces patches incompatible with hardy's patch command15:53
ftamicahg, chrisccoulson: umd is failing on ff4.0. could you please stop doing the uudecode stuff and all the pre-builds to a later step. they are executed in my server now15:59
chrisccoulsonurgh, that's not intentional :/16:00
fta..and i don't have all the necessary deps installed (i shouldn't)16:00
chrisccoulsonsorry about that16:00
chrisccoulsonhmmm, 200 xpcshell test failures on firefox with gcc-4.520:06
* chrisccoulson cries20:07
micahgchrisccoulson: we can wait another week to get it in, no worries20:07
* micahg can push to PPA first20:07
chrisccoulsonoh, the test failures are mostly crashes20:12
chrisccoulsonwoah, 1 of the crashtests triggers a huge memory leak in firefox too20:42
chrisccoulson5GB of swap and counting....20:42
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BUGabundooias o/23:42
BUGabundoseems trunk has a fix for firefox chrashs23:42

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