kklimondais there a "oneliner" I could use to get a list of binary reverse dependencies of the given source package? i.e. all binary packages that depend on binary packages built from the given source package.00:30
micahgkklimonda: there's a script that pitti gave me, but it requires a copy of the Packages and Sources indices from the archive00:34
kklimondamicahg: I guess I can live with that, could you put it somewhere?00:35
micahgkklimonda: http://people.canonical.com/~pitti/scripts/checkrdepends00:36
micahgkklimonda: you can create the needed part with scripts/packages-mirror in lp:ubuntu-cve-tracker00:38
kklimondamicahg: btw, are there plans to move mozilla daily builds over to the new "recipe based" solution?00:40
micahgkklimonda: maybe if recipies start support import from hg00:41
micahger, lp supports import from hg00:41
kklimondaah, the amazing world of thousand and one version tracking systems..00:41
LLStarkswhat's the difference between a dbg package and dbgsym package?00:47
LLStarksraof, 0x0169b6bd in __cxa_allocate_exception () from /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.600:47
RAOFLLStarks: Rejoice!  Update and mesa will stop killing deluge.00:49
LLStarksusing edgers00:50
RAOFThen stop doing that, and use Natty's (mostly) fixed mesa :)00:50
LLStarkswill do00:50
RAOFLLStarks: The -dbgsym packages are automatically generated for all packages in the archive. -dbg packages are manually sepecified by the maintainers, so could do anything.00:50
StevenKRAOF: So why does mesa kill deluge00:50
RAOF(Although they generally contain exactly the same contents as the -dbgsym packages)00:51
RAOFStevenK: Because it uses a broken TLS model, so if you dlopen libGL, or you dlopen something which depends on libGL, libstdc++ won't have it's TLS data initialised correctly and will explode when it hits a TLS path.00:52
LLStarkswhat other apps are affected?00:52
StevenKRAOF: Wait, because mesa does, or deluge does?00:52
RAOFBecause mesa's TLS model is broken.00:53
StevenK(use a broken TLS model)00:53
StevenKAh! It's a mesa bug, then?00:53
RAOFbug #21925900:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 219259 in gnupg (Ubuntu) "gnupg needs to be updated to 1.4.9 (or bugfix backported to 1.4.6) to thwart vulnerability (dup-of: 214194)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/21925900:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 214194 in gnupg (Gentoo Linux) "GnuPG allows remote attackers to cause a denial of service" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/21419400:53
RAOFWhoops.  bug #25921900:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 259219 in software-center (Ubuntu Natty) "Broken TLS support in libGL.so AKA: software-center crashed with SIGSEGV in __cxa_allocate_exception()" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25921900:53
LLStarksnice. no wonder you identified the bug so quickly.00:54
RAOFYou are it a maze of twisty IA32 assembler, all alike.00:55
LLStarksheh. no segfault with mesa 7.10.100:57
dustincould someone help me in regards to a question regarding installation of a patch for OA "open-arena" if so could you pm me please03:02
c2tarunwhy I am getting this error curl: (6) Couldn't resolve host 'people.canonical.com'03:03
c2tarun on running rmadison kdeedu in natty chroot?03:03
dustinhmm nobody around me thinks :( id help ya but im a noob yet :)03:04
c2tarunlets wait for some to reply :)03:05
dustingod i hope so this damn game is driveing me nuts brb for a quick smoke aight bro03:06
Mase_wkc2tarun: what does your resolv.conf point to in the chroot ?03:07
Mase_wkcan you resolve it outside your chroot ?03:08
c2tarunMase_wk, http://pastebin.com/HasS931x here is my resolv.conf03:08
c2tarunMase_wk, I think that ip is wrong03:09
Mase_wkright well that is most likely your issue then :)03:09
c2tarunMase_wk, fixed :) thanks03:11
ScottKc2tarun: If you ask the same question on multiple channels it wastes people's time giving multiple answers.03:12
c2tarunScottK, sorry :( I thought there is no one on this channel, I'll keep in mind from next time.03:14
micahg!patience > c2tarun03:15
ubottuc2tarun, please see my private message03:15
ScottKc2tarun: You waited two minutes.  Not nearly enough time particularly when it's night time in the time zone's most Ubuntu developers live in.03:16
c2tarunIs there any guide or manual available of how to split packages?04:47
micahgMTecknology: your title isn't the standard sync title, you should probably use requestsync from ubuntu-dev-tools next time (-e for exceptions)04:54
micahgMTecknology: you can use requestsync to show you the title for the bug and change it to that and then CTRL+C before submitting04:55
MTecknologymicahg: oh..04:56
c2tarunworking on bug 683439 need help in splitting a package :( can anyone please help.05:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 683439 in kdeedu (Ubuntu) "split kalgebra mobile" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/68343905:49
dholbachgood morning07:46
iulianMorning dholbach.09:36
dholbachhey iulian09:41
kmdmHi all, hoping for some more advice... I've converted a python package to dh_python2, setup.py has py_modules=["NAME"], NAME is in the root dir of the package but it doesn't get copied into /usr/share/PKG-NAME... I've been following: http://wiki.debian.org/Python/Packaging#Example2.3APythonapplication10:23
kmdm(I do get an egg info file though, but nothing else)10:24
kmdmDo I need to explicity specify the python modules as files rather than the top level directory containing an __init__.py?10:25
kmdmaha, that was it... I needed packages= not py_modules= ... thanks for listening ;-)10:29
* Laney sighs and uploads ghc10:30
Laneynew mini-transition coming10:30
geserdoes most haskell packages need a rebuild again to pick the new ABI?10:48
Laneyonly ones which transitively depend on unix10:49
LaneyI wonder why that one is particularly fragile10:49
Laneyalso, my installability graph is broken currently withe gnomekeyring.IOError — any ideas on how to repair that appreciated10:50
Laneyhow can it FTBFS?!?!?!?!?!10:57
geserLaney: does your script use the LP API?11:08
geserwhich version of python-launchpadlib?11:08
Laney  Installed: 1.9.7-0ubuntu211:08
geserdid you update your script for the auth changes in 1.9?11:09
Laneyno not at all, I don't really follow it11:10
Laneywas there a NEWS file telling me I had to that I missed?11:10
Laneythere are packaging mechanisms to tell me about such things11:11
tumbleweedLaney: it's in a NEWS entry for the most recent launchpadlib upload11:23
tumbleweed(but that came via debian, long after broken launchpadlibs were in natty)11:24
Laneybetter than nothing11:24
Laneyoh, no, I still don't see it11:26
Laneyhasn't been uploaded yet I guess11:26
tumbleweedoh, whoops, I saw NEWS.txt on my natty box11:28
tumbleweedok, well you might have seen it in a u-d-t NEWS entry then :)11:29
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ari-tczewcyphermox: could you upgrade connman in Debian?14:21
cyphermoxari-tczew, yes. that's my plan, just haven't gotten around to it yet14:23
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Q-FUNKhowdy!  I could use some help to debug a maintainer script that keeps on exiting with 1.15:28
cyphermoxQ-FUNK, which one?15:40
Q-FUNKcyphermox: in the package above.15:40
Q-FUNKcyphermox: postrm15:41
Q-FUNKcyphermox: th15:45
Q-FUNKcyphermox: the purging loop causes it, but I'm not sure how.15:45
cyphermoxlpstat -h localhost -v exits 1  "lpstat: No destinations added."15:45
cyphermoxapparently the manpage lies15:46
Q-FUNKhow so?15:46
cyphermoxQ-FUNK, for -v "if no printer is specified... all printers are shown", but here not specifying something after -v results in exit 115:47
Q-FUNKworks here, but then i have some printers installed15:49
cyphermoxah, I see, nevermind15:49
cyphermoxQ-FUNK, any cups-pdf printers in the list?15:50
Q-FUNKright. seems that if there's no printer installed whatsoever, it returns what you saw15:51
cyphermoxI just installed the one here... shows how often I use it15:51
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cyphermoxQ-FUNK, could it be failing because the printer is already removed?  also, here lpadmin doesn't agree with -r with no arguments16:04
Q-FUNKwouldn't the loop exit if the lpstat line returns empty?16:06
Q-FUNKwhy does it return 1 then?16:11
cyphermoxQ-FUNK: I get errors when lpadmin is called too  -- lpadmin : classe attendue après l’option « -r ».16:22
Q-FUNKcyphermox: bizare.16:23
cyphermoxQ-FUNK, http://paste.ubuntu.com/581169/16:23
plainashey all, if i define all the dependencies of my app on setup.py, will stdeb grab them?16:56
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blueyedI am looking for the recipes documentation. Where is it?21:49
blueyedI want to create a PPA with recent vim builds.21:49
blueyedDebian/Ubuntu has 7.3.035.. hello?! - missing 100+ patches?! (7.3.138 is current)21:51
Laney#launchpad for PPA questions21:53
Ampelbeinblueyed: were you looking for https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PackagingGuide/Recipes ?22:00
blueyedAmpelbein: that sounds about right. Thanks! (again :))22:01
Ampelbeinyou are welcome ;-)22:01
blueyedAmpelbein: but it's wrong. there was something where you could provide a packaging branch and a upstream source for daily builds.22:02
blueyedthis: https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/SourceBuilds/Recipes22:03
Ampelbeinoh, yes, the daily builds22:03
Ampelbeinthat should be on the wiki as /DailyBuilds though22:04
Ampelbeinwhich it is but with a longish redirect timer22:04
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wejaegerHey, anyone up for reviewing http://revu.ubuntuwire.com/p/l2tp-ipsec-vpn and http://revu.ubuntuwire.com/p/l2tp-ipsec-vpn-daemon23:36

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