bcurtiswx_if i want to find out a package that a program like icon-naming-utils belongs to.. whats the command?01:15
micahgbcurtiswx_: apt-file search01:16
bcurtiswx_micahg, muchas gracias01:16
micahgbcurtiswx_: de nada01:16
bcurtiswx_i keep forgetting that..01:16
karyoI'm trying to organize a Natty testing team in my LoCo. I'd like them to install daily builds/alpha versions once a week and do some testing, but I dont know what to ask them to test. Would executing and finishing the default "System Testing" application suffice?01:27
ari-tczewkaryo: weekly testing ubuntu developent? ... I'm not sure what do you except01:29
karyoWhat I expect? Well as a LoCo(Korean community btw), mainly translation issues01:30
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bcurtiswx_micahg, checking for gtk-update-icon-cache... no i did the apt-file search and it comes from libgtk3.0.. so i added it as dep and still doesn't wanna see it... you know anything i may be doing wrong?02:02
micahgbcurtiswx_: what's the error?02:02
bcurtiswxnote: no battery indicator in natty02:14
bcurtiswxmicahg, checking for gtk-update-icon-cache... no | configure: error: Could not find gtk-update-icon-cache02:16
bcurtiswxmicahg, an apt-file search shows its in libgtk3.0-002:16
micahgbcurtiswx: you probably need the dev package for the pkg-config file02:17
bcurtiswxmicahg, i add that to deps and it still fails02:17
bcurtiswxmicahg, thought I tried it with -dev.. i will again one sec02:17
micahgbcurtiswx: you can also check config.log for a more detailed explanation of what's missing02:18
bcurtiswxmicahg, not the -dev and is there a way for pbuilder to give a more verbose log? (im using that)02:21
micahgbcurtiswx: there's an option not to purge after build, but I usually use a chroot when stuff like this happens02:22
bcurtiswxmicahg, even if im using maverick?02:22
bcurtiswxto pbuilde rin natty02:22
bcurtiswxpbuilder in*02:22
micahgbcurtiswx: yes, I have one set up02:24
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elafroshinobiHi, I'm trying to capture the string that the which command prints  out from inside a c program. Is there another way to call shell commands from c and capture the output of the command? Thanks03:20
broderelafroshinobi: it's very difficult to do correctly, but you could check out http://libpipeline.nongnu.org/03:34
* broder is reminded that he wanted to file backports bugs for libpipeline03:35
cromblightdoes ubuntu make sandwhiches? are we planning for it03:36
micahgobligatory xkcd reference: http://xkcd.com/149/03:39
elafroshinobibroder: thanks :)03:42
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broderi'm assuming seb128 isn't still piloting03:56
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cromblighti don't mean to frighten you all. but 6 white owls just appeared out of no where in the sky and they flew in all different direction06:50
cromblightit was as if they were all let out at once06:50
cromblightthese were big owls. and so i ran into my house before the solar beam could target me06:50
micahgcromblight: I think this is inappropriate in here, you might want #ubuntu-offtopic06:52
cromblightno you are impolite and voluntarily have a stick shoved your up ass so they others like you can be told to be silent on a fucking chat room social PUBLIC NETWORK PLACE. grow the fuck up.06:53
ubottuHelp! Channel emergency! mneptok, Hobbsee, cjwatson, mdz, lamont, Keybuk, or thom!06:54
cromblightyou don't even read anything06:54
cromblightyeah call the ops you chicekn shit06:54
cromblighti seen it all06:54
cromblightyou need to face these owls06:54
cromblightcromblight>i don't mean to frighten you all. but 6 white owls just appeared out of no where in the sky and they flew in all different direction06:54
cromblightthe ops aren't coming.06:55
cromblightsee the owls are taking over06:55
cromblightin broad daylight this happened06:55
cromblightnow will u listen06:55
cromblight!enter | evilvish06:57
ubottuevilvish: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:57
cromblight!enter | ubottu07:02
ubottucromblight: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!07:02
cromblighti am in love withmyself07:16
cromblightso beautiful is i07:16
cromblightalthough my dreams are always bad07:16
cromblightcuz i am alone07:16
sabdfli hope he's alright07:17
micahgsabdfl: was I wrong to redirect to -offtopic?07:24
sabdflnot at all07:24
sabdflbattery out - can't discuss further - but no07:24
evilvishmicahg: actually he/she seems to have been looking for attention.. offtopic would have been the best place ;)07:27
evilvishtoo bad dint get kicked, which might have made them happier..07:28
AnAntHello, can someone help me with this FTBFS: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/62644475/buildlog_ubuntu-natty-powerpc.verilator_3.810-1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz07:31
AnAntI am getting the same FTBFS on Debian sparc07:31
AnAntdoko__: ^07:31
AnAntI compared the amd64 & powerpc buildlogs for natty, I found that they differ in the binutils revision used07:32
AnAntbinutils 2.21-4ubuntu1 in other archs (with successful build), while 2.21-3ubuntu1 on powerpc (also I see that binutils 2.21-4ubuntu1 failed to build on powerpc)07:34
cromblightpuuurrrr fect08:11
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_rene_what was the address of your debian community contact guy again?15:42
_rene_please /query me for the answer, thanks15:43
karim__I fail to create a udev rule. can someone help me out ?16:51
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