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airtonixnvm, noobisms strikes, man page reveals all00:14
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Jonny5^does /etc/apt/sources.list count for aptitude as well or just for apt-get?00:37
twbJonny5^: yes00:38
Jonny5^that wasn't an absolute question00:38
Jonny5^so, the config works for both managers?00:40
Jonny5^I gather yes. sorry for the stupid question00:44
Jonny5^mmmh, webmin works00:44
Jonny5^thanks fellows. I guess I'll have a lot of fun with my new box ^^00:45
ubottuwebmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system.00:51
smoserlool, i don't use s3 a lot myself. really only for ec2.00:55
Jonny5^but I can manage my cups with it, right?00:56
loolsmoser: Ok; I figured you'd be the one hearing what Ubuntu users care about in terms of packaged tools00:57
smoserwell, the server team has had a "package cloud utils" uds session for the last few00:57
smoserand we've packaged some00:57
loolsmoser: I was mostly wondering whether there was desire for this in Ubuntu, not from you personally but in general00:57
nertili got update linux firmware ?01:22
nertilwhat does this mean01:22
Jonny5^what's the command to view my command line history?01:32
gratidudeJonny5^: history01:48
Jonny5^cool. can I select a specific entry from the history somehow?01:48
gratidudeJonny5^: !<num>01:50
Jonny5^thanks! I really love this command line stuff01:50
gratidudeJonny5^: have fun! :)01:51
Jonny5^unthinkable, the times when I used to admin windows machines with mouse clicks ^^01:51
Jonny5^thx :)01:51
Jonny5^now I've just gotta get this printer working01:52
mpnHello, any new about ubuntu clustering?01:59
nertilis it possible to setup my username nertil to be logeed all the time in ubuntu server?02:01
zeknoxnertil: yes02:02
zeknoxnertil: explain the purpose please?02:03
zeknoxnertil: yes02:10
nertilwell i run pisg statistics02:11
nertilevery time i am loged in the ubuntu server pisg can update02:11
nertilif im not pisg cannot update02:11
nertilit says this02:11
nertila/home/nertil/pisg-0.72/pisg an error occured: Couldn't execute "/home/nertil/pisg-0.72/pisg": no such file or directory02:11
zeknoxnertil: how often do you reboot the server?02:11
zeknoxnertil: have you tried setting up a cron job?02:12
nertilyes i can with cron but i loose the msg that bot displays in channel02:12
nertilit worked just well this days02:12
zeknoxnertil: not sure man02:15
nertilwhat about my username be loged in non stop?02:16
zeknoxI would just log it into the console and not reboot the server02:16
nertilmaybe this have to do with rights?02:17
nertili need to set some rights02:17
zeknoxnertil: why does it think the file or directory does not exist, does it exist and what user is trying to execute it, do they have permision to view and execute it?02:21
nertili dont know02:22
nertili added 777 to everything02:22
nertilto execute or access02:22
nertilwhen im loged in the box with nertil02:23
nertileverything is okey02:23
nertilif i logof02:23
nertilthe error shows02:23
zeknoxwho is executing it?  what user?02:23
nertilhow can i do everyone can execute it02:24
nertil-rwxrwxrwx 1 nertil nertil   5329 2008-02-13 21:40 pisg02:25
zeknoxnertil: what if you have a cronjob output to a file with redirector > so you can get the messages?02:26
nertilwell i dont like cron02:26
nertilit was just okay02:26
nertildont know whats messed up02:26
nertil<@donvito2> !stats02:26
nertil<+VMStat> Stats Updated: http://pisg.nertil.info02:26
nertili was in box02:26
nertilim out02:26
nertil<@donvito2> !stats02:26
nertil<+VMStat> /home/nertil/pisg-0.72/pisg an error occured: Couldn't execute "/home/nertil/pisg-0.72/pisg": no such file or directory02:26
nertilweird right?02:31
zeknoxyeah not sure what to tell ya02:34
zeknoxnot familiar with the program02:34
nertilwell i think that is because my02:38
nertilhome folder nertil02:38
nertilis encrypted02:38
zeknoxnow you tell us that02:38
zeknoxand it needs the authentication to unencrypt02:38
zeknoxmove that script and shit to a folder that is unencrypted02:38
zeknoxyou should never be running anything from your home dir best practices say02:39
zeknoxthat is what I would do02:39
nertilcan u tell me how to move it to /etc/?02:39
zeknoxlets start with a little 'mkdir /etc/nertil02:41
zeknoxwihtout quotes of course02:41
zeknoxmkdir /etc/nertile               <-- this will make the folder than we can move it in there02:43
nertili think i copied02:43
* zeknox is waiting......02:43
zeknoxnertil: you may need to sudo02:43
nertili fixed02:44
nertilit works now02:44
nertili did folder /var/etc02:44
nertiland copyed pisg there02:44
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nertilat last02:44
zeknoxwe did it!!!02:44
zeknoxI knew exactly what the prob was when you said encryption02:44
nertilthumbs UP!02:45
zeknoxpwnin' nubs!02:45
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uvirtbotNew bug: #728879 in mailman (main) "check_perms -f broke mailman" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72887906:51
TomTomgood morning! i am booting from the 10.10 64bit server iso and missing the driver for the 3ware 9750. which is called 3w-sas, how to allow to load this module during installation?07:34
andreasfTomTom: Have a look at /etc/modules :-)07:38
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TomTomandreasf: there is no /etc/modules when booting the installer07:51
TomTomi also tried to use the expert mode to see if i could get somehow the "scsi-extra-modules". but there was no such option07:52
Corleonehi, how do i get my ubuntu 10.04 server to connect to my router using WEP, when i disable WEP it works fine, but it doesn't connect when enabled, any ideas?07:55
andreasfTomTom: Ah, sorry. I misread. I thought the module doesn't get loaded at boot *after* installation.07:58
TomTomAAAAAAAAAAAAAHG! https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/70730307:58
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 707303 in linux "3w-sas is missing in scsi-modules-2.6.35-22-virtual-di_2.6.35-22.33_amd64.udeb" [Undecided,Incomplete]07:58
TomTomis it possible to use the installer of 11.xx but installing 10.10 ?07:59
ajith_kgsI am having trouble with my UEC. When i try to run instances, it says "running" but I cannot connect to it though i have given permission for my default security group using euca-authorize. Further investigation lead me to the empty console.log in my nc. Please advice..08:02
ajith_kgs I am having trouble with my UEC. When i try to run instances, it says "running" but I cannot connect to it though i have given permission for my default security group using euca-authorize. Further investigation lead me to the empty console.log in my nc. Please advice..08:03
ajith_kgscan anyone help me08:07
ajith_kgs I am having trouble with my UEC. When i try to run instances, it says "running" but I cannot connect to it though i have given permission for my default security group using euca-authorize. Further investigation lead me to the empty console.log in my nc. Please advice..08:09
TomTomare you a bot? repeating does not increase the chance of help, it raises the level of ignorance08:10
Corleonehi, how do i get my ubuntu 10.04 server to connect to my router using WEP, when i disable WEP it works fine, but it doesn't connect when enabled, any ideas?08:22
SpamapSjamespage: ping?09:19
uvirtbotNew bug: #728925 in squid (main) "package squid 2.7.STABLE7-1ubuntu12.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72892509:32
jamespageSpamapS: pong (but guess you might be in bed :-))10:10
TomTomits really a major pain to install ubuntu using a 3ware 9570. 10.04-2 server is 2.6.32-28 which conflicts with the 3ware provided drivers for 2.6.32-24, and 10.10 normally should contain the drivers but it was "forgotten" to include them... where do i get the current 3w-sas.ko which is compatible with the kernel provided by the 10.10 ?10:27
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SpamapSjamespage: actually I'm in SAST (UTC+2) ... :)10:32
jamespageSpamapS: sprinting?10:32
SpamapSjamespage: so, zookeeper needs some love .. wondering if you've looked at it10:32
jamespagelemme finish up some ec2 testing stuff and I'll take a look.10:32
jamespagewhats the current issue?10:32
* jamespage takes a look for SpamapS10:36
[diablo]good morning all... I am looking to recruit an Ubuntu systems administrator for London.11:00
[diablo]if anyone is interested please private message me11:01
RoyKwouldn't advertising the regular way be better?11:03
[diablo]RoyK, I can not find exactly what I require ... too many RHEL guys with no Ubuntu experience11:03
[diablo]RoyK, hence mentioning it here .... also if at all possible I would like to place an announcement in the forums11:04
shauno[diablo]: you may want to look into mailman.lug.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/linuxjobs11:04
[diablo]hi shauno many thanks ! I will check that11:04
shaunoprobably a better use of time than hoping a significant amount of the 280 people in here are anywhere near london11:05
[diablo]shauno, I knew it would be a long shot, but still one I feel is worth trying, no harm11:05
SpamapSjamespage: the issue is that the latest version isn't packaged, and zookeeper was removed from Debian squeeze .. we need to bug them to package the new one and maybe even provide a patch for that.11:29
jamespageSpamapS: did a bit of digging - the reason it was removed from squeeze was that the maintainer was unable to continue working on it11:31
jamespagesee http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=60269411:31
uvirtbotDebian bug 602694 in zookeeper "not yet good enough for stable" [Serious,Open]11:31
SpamapSjamespage: good opportunity for you to join the debian java package maintainer team11:31
jamespageand some other misc issues11:31
jamespageSpamapS: so I did discuss this briefly with mathiaz11:32
jamespageages back11:32
SpamapSjamespage: Its a key component of Ensemble so you'll probably be pinged again soon about it. :)11:33
jamespagemy understanding was that the zookeeper (and hadoop) packages are not great as they stand11:33
jamespagehe was working with upstream (cloudera)  to resolve this issue (but I suspect no longer)11:33
jamespagei.e. align the best upstream to Ubuntu/Debian so build from source becomes easier11:34
SpamapSWell the package works fine.. just needs to be well maintained11:35
jamespageor maintained at all; I'll take a deeper look once I've got some of my immediate workload out of the way11:36
SpamapSYeah nothing immediate.. just an FYI really11:37
jamespageI'm seriously lacking in zookeeper experience so I will try to swat up on that as well11:37
Davieyjamespage, Can i jump on you about something else? :)   What is the process for getting a java applet signed?11:38
* jamespage looks for a good howto11:42
jamespageDaviey: whats the context?11:43
Davieyjamespage, getting NX java applet to not show a warning.11:43
jamespageah - that old chesnut11:44
Davieyit is signed... but untrusted... so assume they didn't use a valid CA?11:45
* Daviey has NFI about signing java applets11:45
jamespageSo its really self-signed - i.e. there is no trust path to a good 3rd party11:45
Davieyguess so!11:46
jamespageWell the process is normally as you would for say a web server certificate.11:48
jamespageAlbeit a few jar specific bits and pieces.11:49
jamespageDaviey: this might help http://download.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/technotes/guides/plugin/developer_guide/rsa_signing.html11:53
Davieyjamespage, thanks!11:57
phoenixsamprashelp, how to setup a email server with smtp and imap and webmail?12:09
ubottuA Mail Transfer Agent (MTA) is the server software that sends and queues mail. The default MTA (and !MDA) on Ubuntu is !postfix ("exim" is also officially supported). See also !MailServer and !MUA12:15
phoenixsamprasdoes postfix supports mailing lists?12:18
DavieySpamapS, re-basing your sysvinit patch.... again12:20
shaunophoenixsampras: you can have multiple recipients for an alias, which sort of does the job, but you'll likely do better with dedicated mailman / majordomo type jobs12:21
DavieySpamapS, uploading http://pb.daviey.com/IoR5/raw/ ok?12:21
phoenixsamprasoh nice12:27
phoenixsamprasok , ill setup a Ubuntu server now!12:27
phoenixsamprasim sick of centos12:27
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RoAkSoAxmorning all14:06
uvirtbotNew bug: #729077 in squid (main) "package squid 2.7.STABLE7-1ubuntu12.1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72907714:06
jibel_hggdh, jamespage , I pushed alternate iso testing to usit. Can you please review the packaging part ? thanks14:18
jamespagejibel_: ack - will look in a bit14:39
jamespagehggdh, smoser: around?14:40
jamespagesmoser: cool; something to show you14:40
jamespageso this is a test Jenkins setup for executing the ec2 testing.14:41
jamespagetests (read jobs in Jenkins) are aligned to the test cases as tracker in the ISO tracker.14:42
jamespageit does *work* (i.e. it runs up charges on my aws account) so I've not splurged on running tests yet14:43
jamespagebut I have run 1 low cost one so you can see the type of output you get14:43
smoserjamespage, dude, that absolutely RULES14:44
jamespagesmoser: it will run multi instance testing as well; tested but on lower than normal volumes14:44
jamespagesmoser: can you take a look at http://ec2-174-129-162-244.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8080/job/natty_ec2_us-east-1_cloud-config/lastSuccessfulBuild/artifact/us-east-1a/i386/m1.small/instance-store/i-0b050267/d91deda5-11c0-45c7-9c4f-64d528016a17-terminated.console.txt/*view*/14:45
smoservolumes ?14:45
jamespageso I ran it using t1.micros - 5 instances rather than 1014:45
jamespagethats not setup in this config - I did that from the command line.14:45
smoseryou're seeing https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cloud-init/+bug/72816714:45
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 728167 in cloud-init "failure on apt-get update should be warning" [Medium,Triaged]14:46
smoserand our archives being hosed in ec2 at the moment14:46
smoser(although they should be getting fixed)14:46
jamespageyeah - I has going to ask about archives14:46
smoserthe real problem is that archives are messed up, and so cloud-init failed the update and then did not install packages14:46
smoserso i've changed that in trunk so that it will *try* to install the packages14:46
smoserbut thats not guaranteed to work14:46
jamespagenice - I used cloud-init on natty to setup this test instance of jenkins - worked real sweet for me.14:47
jamespagegeneration of jobs is also automated.14:47
jamespageand when you submit a job (which you need to login todo) you can specify a build number (for candidate testing)14:48
jamespage(its also the built from source for Ubuntu Jenkins BTW :-))14:49
jamespagesmoser: so next time we do a round of testing it would be good to try it here as well - I'll talk to robbiew about potential extra costs.14:50
smoserjamespage, thank you very much for your work on this.14:51
smoserits $50 or so to run the tests, not a huge deal14:51
smoseri think its just $8 to run the i386 tests on all regions even.14:51
smosersomething like that14:51
eMgzI want to opan a GRE over IPsec tunnel between two vpns, I can see my packets going from my subnet through the GRE tunnel interface, but they are not reaching the eth0 interface, what am I missing?14:52
jamespagesmoser: np - I've really enjoyed getting the exposure to boto and ec2/aws14:52
smoserbut anyway, i do want to look at the test suite you have going a bit more and help out with making it better.14:52
jamespageI've tried to mimic what your scripts did as much as possible; going to put together some wiki pages to explain....14:53
jamespagejibel_ : usit merge approved and uploaded to testing PPA15:01
jibel_jamespage, great! thx15:02
jamespagejibel_: np15:03
RoAkSoAxhggdh: Morning!!15:17
RoAkSoAxhggdh: so I think after the testing I did yesterday it would be safe to invalidate the powernap/euca bug15:17
RoAkSoAxas you couldn't reproduce the error either15:17
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hggdhRoAkSoAx, I agree. I would say whatever the issue was, it got auto-resolved on the newer build(s)15:24
hggdhjamespage, I am also here, sort of late answer to your ping15:25
jamespagehggdh: read above and take a look at http://ec2-174-129-162-244.compute-1.amazonaws.com:8080/15:26
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hggdhjamespage, already there :-)15:27
hggdhjamespage, *very* cool15:27
* jamespage reserves the right to run any jobs for the time being....15:28
hggdhjamespage, oh, why?15:34
jamespage:-) using my access keys....15:34
hggdhjamespage, you might like to run one test on the super-extra-humongously-large type they now have, I hear it is less than $10k per hour...15:37
jamespagehggdh: nice - guess that one won't be in the normal test cases then15:38
hggdhjamespage, well, I can guarantee you it will not...15:39
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orudiehow can I get my ubuntu server to resolve the right IPs of local machines that are located on the same LAN ?16:01
orudiei figured out the hostnames that are static, by adding them in hosts file, but how about DHCP clients ?16:02
orudieor DHCP hostnames16:02
air^orudie: that's for your local dns to handle16:05
orudieair^, do you mean I have to put a local DNS server in /etc/resolv.conf ?16:06
air^orudie: I mean, if you want to resolve ip's, you need something to resolve them from.16:07
air^orudie: so, what are you trying to do? :)16:07
orudieair^, taking care of DNS on my LAN here16:07
compdocmy firewall provides dns, and has a page where you define local hosts16:07
air^if you have your own dns, then yes, that's what you should use.16:07
air^orudie: and what is your dhcp server? a regular router?16:08
orudieair^, the local DNS is handled by win 2008 DC , will that be compatible with ubuntu server ?16:08
orudieDHCP server is dd-wrt16:08
air^orudie: ok, so what are your dhcp clients and what are you trying to achieve?16:09
compdocthe dns service in windows server works well16:09
compdocjust dont use wins16:10
orudiecompdoc, i'm not using wins16:10
air^orudie: what names is it you want to resolve?16:10
orudieair^, achieve? nothing in particular, just want to make sure that my DNS is right.16:10
orudieair^, DHCP names16:11
air^orudie: DHCP gives out a free IP. what name would you like it to have?16:11
air^orudie: are you talking about unique names dedicated to the machine, or a unique name locked to the IP?16:11
orudieair^, like mike-pc16:11
air^orudie: in that case, give the machines dedicated ip's instead of dhcp, and set it up in DNS?16:12
air^orudie: or use dd-wrt's static dhcp mapping?16:12
air^orudie: DNS is when you map a hostname to an ip. not when an ip automatically resolves an hostname from a random machine and maps itself to it.16:13
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orudieair^, let me check what I have set up in DNS in ESXi host where this Ubuntu Server resides16:25
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mgorakDoes anyone know if the --tmpfs option is still available with vm-builder on ubuntu 10.1016:42
mgorakAs I am running into errors while trying to execute a build with this option16:43
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RoAkSoAxDaviey-: I'm working on your script btw16:54
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Daviey-RoAkSoAx, Good... I'm  not proud of that code.16:55
RoAkSoAxDaviey-: hahah now worries, as long as it works... :)16:55
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, have you tried it?16:56
RoAkSoAxDaviey-: yeah! I like it though I'm merging download/test together and adding the possibility to specify user and release16:57
RoAkSoAxand then save to a file16:57
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Daviey-RoAkSoAx, cool16:57
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Daviey-RoAkSoAx, Gotta love the screen scraping?16:57
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, The bug i quoted the other day was wrong, the bug that means you can use the API is bug #61049116:59
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 610491 in launchpad "[API] Please expose getPublishedSources(package_creator,package_signer)" [Low,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/61049116:59
Daviey-"not a priority" i was told16:59
RoAkSoAxtoo bad16:59
RoAkSoAxi don't think it is that hard either16:59
RoAkSoAxwe should probably provide a patch ourselves17:00
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Corleonehi, i cant get my ubuntu connect to my router using WEP, but it has no problem connecting when WEP is off, any ideas??17:26
ivoksCorleone: server? or desktop?17:43
cerealkllrsmoser, ping17:44
ivoksCorleone: you are using wpa_supplicant?17:45
Daviey-cerealkllr, smoser is afk... can anyone else help?17:50
cerealkllrDaviey-, I'm looking at https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/eucalyptus/+bug/61544217:53
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 615442 in eucalyptus "euca-describe-users fails with ImportError: No module named euca_admin.users" [High,Confirmed]17:53
cerealkllrthere seem to be two issues here. A messed up import and the fact that we dump the python admin tools in /usr/sbin/ along with the rest of the eucalyptus scripts17:57
Daviey-cerealkllr, yeah... i'm familar with that bug17:58
Daviey-cerealkllr, IIRC a python setup.py was sent to you chaps?17:58
Corleoneivoks: what do u mean?17:59
Daviey-cerealkllr, you know bug #717166 is causing the most pain atm?17:59
uvirtbotLaunchpad bug 717166 in eucalyptus "Broken with v4 isc-dhcp-server in Natty" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/71716617:59
ivoksCorleone: what tools do you use to connect server to wifi network?18:00
cerealkllrDaviey-, yep, nurmi is looking into it18:00
Corleonejust iwconfig18:00
ivoksCorleone: is packages 'wpasupplicant' installed?18:01
Corleonehow do i check?18:01
ivoksdpkg -l | grep wpasupplicant18:01
ivoksor, oh, just:18:02
ivoksdpkg -l wpasupplicant18:02
Corleoneyes its installed18:02
RoAkSoAxcerealkllr: Daviey- Correct me if I'm wrong but regardless of whether there's a setup.py or not, those files can be installed in usr/share/pyshared and the packaging should handle it by itself and install the files where they should or symlink to /usr/lib/python2.7/<...>18:02
laenYou're running a server and have no idea how (from the huge amount of ways to do that) to check if you have a package installed. Maybe you shouldn't run that server.18:03
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, Oh aye, it was just a damn amount easier to run a dh rule18:03
Corleoneivoks: wait, it displays it, but how do i know its installed, its a bit confusing18:03
ivoksCorleone: are you passing the key is hex?18:03
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, equally... running python-central or similar is a pain in the butt manually18:03
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, last cycle ran out of time to fix it properly18:03
ivoksCorleone: are you passing the key in hex?18:03
Corleoneivoks: yes18:03
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, Patches welcome :)18:04
RoAkSoAxDaviey-: not really i can take a look at it though :)18:04
RoAkSoAxwill do18:04
ivoksCorleone: try s:string18:04
Corleonei did, didnt work18:04
* RoAkSoAx enjoys python pacging18:04
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, Awesome... merge proposal ready for Monday morning UTC? @:)18:04
Corleoneivoks: how do i know its installed, wpasupplicant, it lists it, but the output is confusing18:04
RoAkSoAxDaviey-: ehhe will start taking a look post launch... i'm off to launch :)18:04
ivoksCorleone: it should start with ii18:04
Corleoneohhh yes it does18:05
ivoksbut wpasupplicatn is just for wpa/wpa2 (i just realized that)18:05
Corleoneyep, i need WEP18:05
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, it probably makes sense to split it out into a seperate  binary package of python-eucalyptus-admin or similar18:05
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, lemme see if i can find the setup.py18:05
Corleoneivoks: brb18:06
ivoksCorleone: do you get an error when issuing iwconfig command?18:06
RoAkSoAxDaviey-: oki, post it in the bug18:06
* RoAkSoAx will be back18:06
Daviey-cerealkllr, found the mail - http://pb.daviey.com/ZcRO/raw/18:07
Daviey-RoAkSoAx, ^^18:07
Daviey-cerealkllr, Regarding the dhcpd bug, has nurmi started it?  I'm happy to help if he can push a scratch branch somewhere?18:15
Daviey-cerealkllr, It's just that this bug is really blocking us.18:16
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Corleoneivoks: you there?18:52
ivoksCorleone: yes18:52
ivoksCorleone: but only for couple of minutes18:52
Corleoneoh ok18:52
ivoksCorleone: did iwconfig return an error?18:53
Corleonei got no error when i issue the iwconfig18:53
ivoksCorleone: how about /var/log/syslog18:53
Corleonehow do i access it18:53
ivoksless /var/log/syslog.2.gz18:54
cerealkllrDaviey-, yeah I think nurmi is working on it18:54
ivoksless /var/log/syslog18:54
cerealkllrDaviey-, I'll ping him for an update18:54
Daviey-cerealkllr, super, thanks18:54
Corleoneivoks: yeah, okay18:54
ivokswell, look for errorss18:55
Corleoneivoks: okay im rebooting18:56
uvirtbotNew bug: #729257 in xinetd (main) "enabling INETD_COMPAT in xinetd forces -inetd_ipv6" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72925718:56
Corleonethe server18:56
Corleonecos i issued loads of commands in the mean time, too many errors lol18:56
Corleonei got the iwconfig at bootup anyway18:56
ivoksopen one terminal and run 'tail -f /var/log/syslog'18:56
ivoksand then issue commands in another terminal18:57
ivoksnote that logs have timestamps :)18:57
ivoksanyway, i have to go now18:57
knoxyHi all.. After I upgrade my ubuntu server 9.10 to ubuntu 10.04, I get this message: http://img820.imageshack.us/f/capturadetela2m.png/18:58
knoxyPlease, somebody help-me18:58
knoxymy MySQL Server is down...18:58
ivoksknoxy: system doesn't see your disk18:59
ivoksknoxy: look if there's /dev/disk/by-label/c513c*19:00
Corleoneivoks: dhclient cant get an offer19:00
ivoksknoxy: /dev/disk/by-uuid/c513c*19:00
Corleoneno DHCLIENTOFFERS received19:00
knoxyivoks, I'm trying do boot with live cd... and I can see this uuid19:00
ivoksknoxy: no, not live cd, but the system19:01
ivoksknoxy: when it fails, you are in busybox, from which you can do some debugging19:01
knoxyivoks, man, please, how can I do to fix it??19:01
ivoksdidn't i just tell you what to do?19:02
knoxythe system has running normally since 8 am19:02
knoxy14:00pm the system crash..19:02
ivoksdid you boot the system into busybox?19:02
ivoksit's 20PM over here, it's friday19:03
knoxyivoks, this debug is of the mysql machine19:03
ivoksyour time is ticking... i'm about to go out :)19:03
ivoksremove the live CD, boot the system19:03
knoxyivoks, ok..19:03
ivokswait for it to not boot and enter busybox19:03
ivoksthen look if there is /dev/disk/by-uuid/c513c*19:04
ivoksppetraki: hi ;)19:04
knoxyivoks, how?19:04
ppetrakiivoks, miss me?19:04
ivoksls /dev/disk/by-uuid/c513c*19:04
ivoksppetraki: always :) got a new ...?19:04
knoxyivoks, http://img69.imageshack.us/f/capturadetela3w.png/19:06
ivoksknoxy: try mount /dev/disk/by-uuid/c513... /root19:07
knoxyivoks, Invalid argument19:07
RoyKerm ... mounting dev on /root/dev?19:07
RoyKsounds like a rather bad idea to me19:07
ivokslooks like your FS got screwed19:08
ivoksRoyK: busybox19:08
RoyKshouldn't busybox use /dev as well?19:08
ivokswhat's important here is that he cannot mount his root partition19:08
knoxyRoyK, try to mount in /dev ?19:09
ivokshis filesystem is broken probably19:09
knoxyivoks, so, I try to run the live cd to run fsck19:09
knoxybecause I think the FS is screwed19:09
ivoksknoxy: that would be the next step, yes19:09
RoyKknoxy: did you configure this busybox setup yourself?19:09
knoxyRoyK, yes19:10
RoyK /root is just user root's homedir19:10
RoyKdev should be mounted on /dev19:10
RoyKsame with proc and sys19:10
ivoksRoyK: man19:10
ivoksRoyK: it's busybox19:10
ivoksRoyK: it mounts filesystems inside /root19:10
ivoksRoyK: then does chroot or pivot_root19:10
ivoksand then boots the system19:11
RoyKdidn't know that19:11
ivoksit's initrd19:11
ivoksanyway, i won't be here to wait for fsck results :)19:11
ivoksi'm off to get some beer :)19:11
knoxyivoks, RoyK look the 'ls -l'19:12
RoyKivoks: I guess /etc/init.d/udevtrigger must be started first to create those /dev//disk/by-uuid entries19:12
knoxylook the size19:12
RoyKeither that or use device names directly instead of uuids19:12
ivoksRoyK: look at /etc/initramfs-tools/ ;)19:12
ivoksknoxy: boot live cd and check the disk19:13
ivoksmaybe your disk died19:13
ivoksin a strange way19:13
ivoksstupid me19:13
ivoksknoxy: those are links19:13
ivoksknoxy: just fsck your filesystem19:14
knoxylook man19:14
knoxywhen I try to run the fsck19:14
knoxyreiserfsck --rebuild-tree /dev/sda119:14
knoxyand all of parameters hehe19:14
ivoksyou were just looking for the trouble, weren't you? :)19:15
sorenFavourite reiserfs t-shirt.19:16
ivoksknoxy: looks like a broken disk, run some S.M.A.R.T diagnostics19:16
sorenivoks: From the looks of it, this is a virtual machine.19:16
ivokssoren: :)19:16
sorenivoks: They don't often do SMART.19:16
ivokssoren: good catch :)19:16
knoxyivoks, SMART disgnostics?19:16
ivoksknoxy: ignore19:17
ivokscheck your VM host19:17
ivoksor at leat fdisk -l /dev/sda19:17
knoxyin live cd?19:17
ivoksdid you prepend sudo to reiserfsck?19:18
* RoyK would /never/ use reiserfs for an embedded machine19:18
ivoksdoes 'sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda' works?19:18
knoxyRoyK, thanks]19:19
knoxyivoks, no19:19
ivoksi would never use resierfs.19:19
knoxythe same error19:19
knoxy"exited by code 6"19:19
ivoksknoxy: then your virtualization is broken19:19
RoyK_LM_: cat /proc/partitions19:19
RoyKknoxy: that was for you (cat...)19:19
ivoksmaybe out of space or something19:19
ivoksby the looks, that's windows19:20
ivokssoren: so, how are you?19:20
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knoxyivoks, in VM host: 145GB free19:21
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ivoksthen something else broke... but your VM isn't passing the working disk to the virtualized guest19:21
ivoksso, go figure :)19:21
ivokstake care... beer time19:22
RoyKwhoever said beer time is incompatible with hacking :รพ19:23
Corleonehi, i cant get my ubuntu connect to my router using WEP, but it has no problem connecting when WEP is off, any ideas??19:23
RoyKCorleone: using ubuntu server with a wireless card?19:27
Corleoneat least for now19:27
RoyKdunno - I've done it with WPA/PSK19:27
RoyKWEP isn't very good19:28
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RoyK40bit WEP is cracked in seconds/minutes, 128bit WEP takes a little longer, but is still very insecure19:28
RoyKWPA2/PSK is quite good19:28
RoyKor old WPA/PSK19:28
Corleoneyep, i know, but i need to connect my server to my router19:28
knoxyivoks, RoyK I revert to my current snapshot...19:29
knoxyand now, the machine is ok19:29
knoxybut, it's a MySQL guest..19:29
knoxyall data of the day has been lost19:29
RoyKbackup's for cowards19:30
RoyKknoxy: if you're experimenting on a live server, keep backups updated19:33
knoxyRoyK, yes.. this experience changes my mind :/19:35
knoxythanks for the support19:35
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uvirtbotNew bug: #729288 in squid (main) "package squid 2.7.STABLE7-1ubuntu12.2 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72928819:42
nertilhow to decrypt encrypted username folder on ubuntu?19:48
EvilPhoenixyou... cant?19:48
EvilPhoenixat least i dont think you can19:48
EvilPhoenixi'm probly wrong though19:48
RoyKnertil: setup 100+ machines to bruteforce the password :D19:48
EvilPhoenixso you should wait for the rest of the people :P19:48
EvilPhoenixwhat RoyK said19:48
nertilim the owner of that userna19:49
nertilim the owner of that username19:49
RoyKsure, I'm just saying all you can do is to bruteforce it19:49
RoyKit's safe19:49
nertilso icant decrypt at all19:49
RoyKif you buy a good iron safe and lose the key, well, you need to force it open19:49
nertilokey than can u tell me how to copy/paste a folder to other unencrypted username?19:50
nertilRoyK i can open19:50
nertili want to remove that decryption option19:50
RoyKthe encryption option, you mean?19:50
nertili dont want my username to be encrypted19:50
nertilso i want to remove encryption19:50
nertili can open cause i know the password19:51
RoyKif so, mount the filesystem, do a cp -a /path/to/encrypted/fs /new/path/on/unencrypted/storage19:51
RoyKthen remove the encrypted filesystem19:51
nertilcan u tell me how to copy/paste a folder from encrypted username to another?19:51
RoyKman cp19:51
RoyKit's like copying from anywhere else19:51
RoyKso long as the encrypted filesystem is mounted, it's readable for all the system19:52
RoyKor at least for whoever has access there19:52
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sorenivoks: Busy :(19:59
sorenivoks: I'm preparing for a talk tomorrow. People are drinking beer, I'm stuck in my hotel room.19:59
sorenivoks: And you?20:03
sorenivoks: I never understand a thing of the stuff you write on Facebook. You could have been to the moon for all I know :)20:04
loolHmm I'm puzzled: this works python -c 'import boto; c=boto.connect_s3(); print c.get_all_buckets()'20:04
loolbut it doesn't work with ipython, or wihin bpython20:04
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sorenHow does it fail?20:04
sorenlool: ^20:05
loolsoren: http://paste.ubuntu.com/575678/20:14
loolI get other weird failures with other functions20:14
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DavieySpamapS, around?20:21
RoAkSoAxDaviey: ok so I was looking at the packaging and wondering if there's a setup.py, i believe it should handle the installation of everything rather than just the installation of the python related stuff, so I think we'll have to adjust the packaging to install the python files themselves20:40
DavieyRoAkSoAx, Did you not see my pastebin entry ^^ with a setup.py?20:44
DavieyAlso, you need to patch out the installing of the py's in the ant stuff20:45
loolsoren: the actual error is: <Error><Code>AccessDenied</Code><Message>AWS authentication requires a valid Date or x-amz-date header</Message><RequestId>D8F7C0AB815EECA6</RequestId><HostId>8ilWXTAmC7tnnkVXInKq9+WAs5ukE48F5PbA+Bil8/Cg+2v2WQsC6tpgYAUufVZB</HostId></Error>20:47
loolbut I still don't understand why it only happens with bpython/ipython20:47
loolsoren: Ah!  LC_ALL=C and it works20:47
loolso it's some obscure locale related thing20:48
RoAkSoAxDaviey: yeah I was just thinking in something else. Let me do it first and I'll show you20:50
Davieylool, Gah... can you report it?20:52
RoAkSoAxDaviey: dude don't you go out to party or something??20:52
DavieyRoAkSoAx, The rules file is somewhat complicated already, if we can use dh for this - i'd be happier20:52
DavieyRoAkSoAx, I have children :)20:52
RoAkSoAxDaviey: ohhh i guess I'll have to take lots of pisco to Budapest then :P20:52
RoAkSoAxDaviey: and just let me do what I have in mind and you'll see. Btw... do you want to switch the packaging to dh7?20:53
DavieyRoAkSoAx, That makes me do silly things..20:53
loolDaviey: Yup, I'm actually looking at a replacement function right now20:53
loolissue is in boto/auth.py; search for 'Date'20:53
DavieyRoAkSoAx, If it's not too intrusive, go crazy!20:53
lool            headers['Date'] = time.strftime("%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S GMT",20:54
lool                                            time.gmtime())20:54
loolThis outputs: ven., 04 mars 2011 20:52:41 GMT20:54
loolin French20:54
loolI guess what happens is that boto itself doesn't initializes locales, but bpython/ipython do20:54
Davieylool, Ah, that is probably  why smoser and me wouldn't have come across that.20:54
* Daviey needs to try bpython... is it better than ipython lool ?20:55
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loolemail.Utils.formatdate() seems to be a good replacement20:57
loolDaviey: I used bpython very little, because I never tried it much; it seems to be a bit nicer than ipython21:04
Davieyecho "try bpython" >> ~/todo.list21:05
uvirtbotNew bug: #729335 in linux (main) "apache doesn't start on linux 2.6.38-5" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72933521:06
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RoAkSoAxDaviey: still around?21:45
DavieyRoAkSoAx, pretty much21:46
RoAkSoAxDaviey: does this look sane to you? http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/575725/21:47
RoAkSoAxDaviey: and against what branch should I be proposing the merge and getting the source lp:ubuntu/natty/eucalyptus?21:52
RoAkSoAxDaviey: and to raise a bug/concern to upstream euca where should I do it?21:57
DavieyRoAkSoAx, no, not that branch21:59
DavieyRoAkSoAx, lp:~ubuntu-virt/ubuntu/natty/eucalyptus/natty22:00
DavieyRoAkSoAx, lp.net/eucalyptus for bug22:00
loolDaviey: From playing with it, bpython has a very nice rewind feature which let's you go back in time, rewinding history22:01
loolunfortunately, it doesn't seem to have support for searching previous commands in history, which is what I do most of the time in ipython22:02
RoAkSoAxDaviey: oky. And well It's fixed now will be submitting the branch in a bit for you to merge it22:02
Davieylool, nice!22:03
Davieylool, it rolls back objects aswell?22:04
loolI don't know22:04
loolI don't like the default colors, but the UI is very nice in bpython22:04
loolwith intelligent sorting / hiding of functions, highlight of the function you're typing etc.22:05
loolthe theme seems easily customizable22:05
* Daviey looks forward to trying it22:05
DavieyRoAkSoAx, NFI what that paste is showing me btw22:06
RoAkSoAxDaviey: dpkg -c eucalyptus-common<etc/etc>.deb22:06
DavieyRoAkSoAx, yes, but why?22:07
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RoAkSoAxDaviey: that pastebin now shows that euca_admin has bin installed in usr/share/pyshared and symlinked to the correct python (/usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages and /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages)22:08
RoAkSoAxand that's handled by python-central22:08
Davieyahh i see22:08
RoAkSoAxDaviey: there: https://code.launchpad.net/~andreserl/ubuntu/natty/eucalyptus/natty/+merge/5226422:33
spydmobileHi friends i need some advice before I break something, I have 3 servers: old32, old64 and new64, old32 = ProLiant DL360 G5 with a 2 drive raid for OS and a 6 drive (400GB)raid for data mounted as /HOME ruuning server 8.10, old64 is ProLiant DL360 G5 with a 2 drive raid for OS running server 9.10 64-bit and last is new64 = ProLiant DL360 G6 with a 2 drive raid for OS running server 10.10 64 bit. New64 is production and is li22:33
spydmobileWould I be able to unplug the 6 raid drives from old32 and plug 3 in old64 and 3 in new64 and not have to reinstall ubu server 10.10 64? Thanks for any direction here....22:33
PatrickDKspydmobile, that should work just fine22:38
DatzHi, if anyone familiar with using the virtual kernel images?22:41
spydmobilePatrickDK: Thanks!22:42
DatzI've done something like: aptitude install linux-image-2.6.32-27-virtual22:43
Datzbut it looks as though the virtual kernel relies on the -server kernel config or something, as if I "aptitude purge" the old -server kernel I get kernel panic22:45
Datzso I remove and not purge, and all works22:45
Datzbut now when I: aptitude safe-upgrade it looks as though it's not trying to upgrade to the lastest -virtual kernel, but rather -server kernel22:46
Datzdoes anyone have experience with the -virtual kernel that could help with figure out what's going?22:47
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DatzIf I'm going to have to manually update to the latest -virtual kernel and use some -server kernel config I'm just going to stick with -server :P22:49
xnoxI've generate my own SSL CA & Site key/pem sertificates. I've updated the apache2 config and restarted. Yet Apache still presents the "old" snakeoil certificate!22:56
xnoxWhat did I not do to "replace" the servers ssl certificate?22:56
phoenixsampraswhat is the best way to install ubuntu server remotely?22:57
xnoxphoenixsampras, define "remotely" =) you can do netboot or boot it with ssh server and run install from ssh22:58
xnoxphoenixsampras, you can use preseed, and hope it will install it self and come alive on the network.22:59
uvirtbotNew bug: #729408 in squid (main) "package squid 2.7.STABLE7-1ubuntu12.2 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72940823:31

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