clearyRAOF: thank you :)00:00
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YokoZarwhat exactly does the "package foo" instruction do in /usr/share/binfmts ?  Can it be a virtual package?00:45
slangasekYokoZar: hey, what are your plans as far as updates to ia32-libs this cycle?  I fully expect the next upload is going to take some work, to teach the package how to extract bits from multiarched libs and install them to the right biarch target directories, etc.00:57
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slangasekScottK: is that problem reproducible for you with an up-to-date natty?  reproducible with the existing pymilter?  Is something bypassing gcc to call ld directly?00:57
slangasekRAOF: :-)00:58
YokoZarslangasek: my plan was to 1) add some gstreamer-related codecs and their dependencies, and 2) remember to freshen the packages as close to release as possible00:58
YokoZarI currently have a huge ia32-libs in maverick wine ppa with a delta of a good chunk of packages00:59
YokoZarslangasek: but, yes, putting a bandaid on ia32-libs does scare me00:59
slangasekright - so I would suggest trying to freshen it sooner rather than later01:00
slangasek(and freshen it again later)01:00
slangasekand yell if it's not working for you :)01:00
YokoZarall right, I'll take a stab at it tonight and see if it balks at trying its magic on any of its current packages01:01
slangasekI'm pretty sure it will :)01:01
YokoZarIt will need some multiarch magic for sure, although it should be doable in a generic way...01:02
slangasekyes, /usr/i386-linux-gnu -> /usr/lib32 should do the job01:04
slangaseker, I mean /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu -> /usr/lib3201:04
slangasekand the same for /lib3201:04
ScottKslangasek: Let me try it again.01:22
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ScottKslangasek: It works now.  chroot was outdated.  Thanks for looking into it.01:31
lifelessbarry: https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpad/+bug/60817302:07
ubottuUbuntu bug 608173 in Launchpad itself "View all (or more) PPA package build statuses" [Undecided,Expired]02:07
ohsixo noes humidity went up a bit and the 2 finger clicks are being exacerbated02:27
micahgslangasek: fta, chromium is good again \o/02:28
slangasekmicahg: ok, great :)02:28
hyperairpitti, directhex: i don't recall ever creating that spec O_o02:30
hyperairis it for disabling the appindicator extension in bce?02:30
ogasawaraslangasek: around?  I'm getting armel build failures for the kernel since the gcc-4.5 update.  unfortunately it's not providing me any logs -> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/2.6.38-7.38/+buildjob/233668802:34
ubottuError: Launchpad bug 2 not found02:34
slangasekogasawara: lamont was hard-killing builds on armel earlier, saying there was some problem requiring a reboot02:34
slangasekogasawara: so I don't think it's related to the gcc-4.5 upload; retry the build?02:35
StevenKIf there is no log, it was killed by failure counting.02:35
ogasawaraslangasek, StevenK: hrm, ok will retry it once more.02:37
micahgogasawara: also, lamont did a mass give back of armel02:37
lamontStevenK: assuming it's really marked failed not just needs-build...03:08
lamontrescuing build logs is one of the small services that I can provide, sometimes.  I just need the build to take long enough, and me to be around when it's running, so that I can make it stay harvested locally...03:09
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lamontwhich I prefer to avoid if possible03:09
lamontsince it does not scale03:09
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slangasekpitti: I see that there's only one package in lucid...natty, aside from pango itself, that ships a pango module - pango-graphite in universe.  How would do you feel about using Breaks: and force-moving the module directory all at once rather than providing a backwards-compatibility patch?05:49
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pittiGood morning07:04
pittislangasek: that sounds a lot cleaner and easier indeed07:04
pittislangasek: (re pango)07:04
didrocksgood morning07:25
dholbachgood morning07:26
dholbachsmoser, HAPPY BIRTHDAY07:55
cdbssmoser: Happy Birthday!07:55
ari-tczewslangasek: could you look on debian bug 619344 ?08:38
ubottuDebian bug 619344 in ocaml "Not ready for multiarchified libx11-dev" [Normal,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/61934408:38
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diwichi, compiz crashes on the live-CD. How do I replace the window manager with metacity on the fly?08:57
diwicthat's natty.08:57
pittididrocks: try just restarting the session, that usually works08:57
pittidiwic: ^08:57
pittidiwic: it's still on my list to investigate08:57
diwicpitti, how do I restart the session?08:57
pittidiwic: one way I know is ctrl+alt+f1, "kill -9 -1"08:58
sorendiwic: metacity --replace08:59
diwicpitti, thanks, that worked!08:59
diwicsoren, tried that from a VT but it couldn't connect to X08:59
pittidiwic: "DISPLAY=0:0 unity" that works as well09:00
pittisorry, DISPLAY=:009:00
sorendiwic: "DISPLAY=:0 metacity --replace"  It just needs help :)09:04
diwicsoren, ok :-)09:04
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cjwatsonYokoZar: the point of 'package' in binfmt files is just to allow update-binfmts to refuse if multiple packages accidentally try to install the same format09:48
cjwatsonYokoZar: technically it can be any string, so I suppose you could make it a virtual package, but I don't see what you'd gain - there should normally only be one package installing the format file anyway.  Can you explain more?09:49
cjwatsonah, you e-mailed09:51
mdzmvo, is there a mirror file a la http://mvogt.wordpress.com/2011/03/21/the-apt-mirror-method/ for Debian as well?10:19
mvomdz: weasel did some work on this, there is a alpha service available and some discussion on the mailinglist10:25
mdzmvo, ah, ok10:28
mvomdz:  I will be happy of course to help debian with the mirror stuff, the client should just work (tm)10:37
mdzmvo, all that's needed is to create a text file with a list of mirrors, right?10:38
mdzseems trivial10:38
OdyXmdz: the text file is geodns-based generated…10:39
mvomdz: yeah10:42
mdzOdyX, mvo, oh, I see, so mirrors.txt is actually dynamically generated for each client?10:43
OdyXmdz: it seems so.10:43
mvoups, sorry I should have said this before. its indeed (in ubuntu) country specific, its cached of course, but each country gets a different one10:44
mdzmvo, btw, your blog is already on planet debian, but only posts tagged 'debian'10:50
mvomdz: oh, thanks! good to know, I will add it to the post.10:51
chrisccoulsonDaviey, ok, i uploaded the new swt-gtk to https://launchpad.net/~chrisccoulson/+archive/xulrunner-universe-transition now11:02
Davieychrisccoulson, thanks!11:03
loolbdrung: Oy11:58
loolbdrung: Not sure you saw that but your lintian 2.5 upload was dep-wait, doko fixed the dep-wait part but it's now FTBFSing11:59
loolbdrung: Would be nice to dig out what's wrong in the testsuite and fix it before release, or upload an older lintian11:59
bdrunglool: i worked yesterday on it.12:00
loolbdrung: Perfect, thanks12:00
bdrunglool: but one issue remains - a bug in another package.12:00
loolSo you have staged lintian fixes?12:01
loolbdrung: what's the other package?12:01
loolMaybe it's fixed in Debian experimental12:01
bdrunglool: we have http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=619287 and http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=61929012:04
ubottuDebian bug 619287 in lintian "lintian: dpkg-source excludes ".la" from tarball causing tests to fail" [Important,Open]12:04
ubottuDebian bug 619290 in lintian "lintian: Future dpkg will not accept "libssl0.9.8 (>= abcd)" in Depends" [Normal,Open]12:04
bdrungthe latter is easy to fix12:04
loolbdrung: ok; thanks for chasing these12:08
bdrunglool: then we should pull d435b99 and 94ac59c12:09
bdrunglool: then we are here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/584244/12:09
roxdragonhi all12:10
bdrunglool: search for "Use of uninitialized value" in it12:11
loolbdrung: There seem to be other failing tests in your output12:12
bdrunglool: the other problem comes from ubuntu entries in d/changelog12:12
mok0Hm, I am seeing a directory listing like this:12:15
mok0drwxr-xr-x+  72 ruki     ruki     12288 2011-03-22 10:51 ruki12:15
mok0what does "+" mean?12:16
mok0something quota?12:16
mok0No that's not it12:17
mok0hyperair: hi12:17
hyperairmok0: hi =12:17
mok0hyperair: just asked a question while you were away12:17
mok0Perhaps you can answer? In a directory listing, I get this:12:18
mok0drwxr-xr-x+ 72 ruki ruki 12288 2011-03-22 10:51 ruki12:18
mok0What does '+' mean?12:18
hyperairhuh that's werid12:20
hyperairi've never seen a +12:21
mok0hyperair: me neither.12:21
hyperairuse the sources? =D12:21
cjwatsonit's documented in the ls info documentation12:21
hyperairmok0: could you stat the directory?12:21
mok0cjwatson: oh? I looked but couldn't find it12:21
cjwatsonmok0: http://paste.ubuntu.com/584247/12:22
Riddellev: well usb-creator on suse now completes the install but booting up just gets stuck at the syslinux credit line, anything I can try to work around it or should I just give up?12:22
cjwatsonmok0: you can probably use getfacl to find out more12:22
mok0Ah, perhaps it12:23
mok0it's an ACL thing...12:23
bdrunglool: help to fix the remaining issues is welcome12:23
evRiddell: credit line? That one is going to be tricky. usb-creator needs to compare the version of syslinux on the local system against the one on the CD.  Right now we're doing this by Ubuntu versions.12:23
Riddellev: I did try it with  our_os_ver =  both larger and smaller than lucid but no difference12:25
mok0It means additional access rules are defined using ACL. Thanks hyperair, cjwatson12:25
hyperairso it seems.12:26
hyperairsetfacl stuff eh12:27
mok0I'm helping my friend make a friendly front end to repquota, that will pop up a notification when users are logged on to a workstation12:28
mok0So mucking about in the file server :-)12:28
looljames_w: Mind adding oneiric to bzr-builddeb's bzr tip?12:30
loolbdrung: Ok, will keep it in mind, but TBH I find it unlikely that I dive into the lintian issues; I just wanted to make sure you were aware of them; in the worst case, I think we should revert to an older lintian12:31
loolbut it seems there will be required changes for the new dpkg no matter what12:31
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evRiddell: that's peculiar13:01
evno matter what, it should create the usb disk13:01
evyou should only see the error once you try to boot it13:02
Riddellev: yes the files are all on the disk, it just doesn't boot13:02
evah, hm13:02
evdoes it complain about a malformed line?13:02
evwhat's the exact error?13:03
Riddellev: it just shows "syslinux" and nothing else13:03
evRiddell: can you pastebin syslinux/text.cfg?13:05
evoff the created usb disk13:05
Riddellit shows "syslinux 3.86 EBIOS Copyright..."#13:05
Riddellev: syslinux/txt.cfg ?13:06
Riddellev: http://paste.kde.org/7968/13:06
evRiddell: huh, that looks okay.  If you manually run syslinux /dev/sdb1 (or whatever it is) and replicate that dd line of the syslinux mbr, does it boot?13:10
Riddellev: from suse or ubuntu?13:13
Riddellev: how do you mean replicate that dd line?13:13
evRiddell: dd if=/path/to/syslinux/mbr.bin of=/dev/sdb bs=446 count=1 conv=sync13:15
evagain, assuming the usb disk is /dev/sdb13:15
Riddellev: linux@linux:~> sudo syslinux /dev/sdb  says  "syslinux: this doesn't look like a valid FAT filesystem"13:22
ev /dev/sdb113:22
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Riddellev: no change13:25
Riddellstill shows the syslinux line and nothing else13:25
evtwo things to try. A) does syslinux -s /dev/sdb1 fix it? B) does it work when Ubuntu is used to create the usb disk?13:26
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evjust trying to narrow this down13:26
Riddellev: I'm onto it13:26
evcool, thanks13:27
bdrungScottK: someone needs to get eclipse to use webkit instead of xulrunner13:40
abhinav-bdrung, why so ? if it has got strong reasons, then it might be a good idea for SoC :-D13:41
bdrungabhinav-: bug #74081513:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 740815 in couchdb (Ubuntu) "[FFe] Updates to enable us to drop xulrunner from main" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74081513:42
ScottKbdrung: OK.  I guess that's not going to happen before release ...13:43
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bdrungScottK: unlikely, but possible13:49
ScottKbdrung: It would be nice just to get rid of it.  Mozilla things in Universe just collect unfixed security bugs.13:50
jdstrandfyi, I think micahg and/or the mozillateam is looking at eclipse, but in the context of xul213:51
bdrungmicahg: you are looking into eclipse?13:52
Riddellev: no change from syslinux -s /dev/sdb1, using usb-creator with the same iso image in ubuntu does boot fine13:55
evwhat version of syslinux is installed in suse, what version do you have installed in ubuntu?13:56
evvery odd13:56
micahgScottK: xulrunner-1.9.2 will be dropped from main before release and hopefully from the archive, hopefully we can drop xulrunner-2.0 as well13:59
micahgerr, drop xulrunner-2.0 from main13:59
ScottKmicahg: I'm really interested in seeing them all the way out of the archive.  Once they drop to Universe they just accumulate security bugs.14:00
micahgScottK: I have an idea about that, but I have to see where it goes14:01
* jdstrand agrees, fwiw14:01
ScottKmicahg: Great.14:01
micahgScottK: at least to keep it supported, otherwise I agree as well :)14:01
micahg*unofficially supported :)14:02
ScottKIf it'll be supported, then I'm less insistent about removal.14:02
ScottKChromium isn't 'supported', but I don't worry about it.14:02
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Riddellev: on ubuntu it's syslinux 4.02  on suse it's 3.8614:12
doko_siretart: any idea about the xine-lib build failure?14:12
siretartdoko_: well, you disabled the pvr plugin but the dh_install still tries to install it. it doesn't exist so the build fails14:16
doko_siretart: hmm, will have a look. there was a reason to disable it ...14:17
siretartfor ppc64. do we support ppc64 after all?14:17
doko_seb128, pitti: could somebody in the gnome team look at the libgda4 build failure on powerpc?14:22
seb128doko_, not this week14:25
seb128doko_, trying to land things before the beta freeze14:25
seb128well not today at least14:26
seb128change the rules to not fail on testsuit issues if you need it to build14:26
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smosermvo, around ?14:37
smoseri had a question on https://mvogt.wordpress.com/2011/03/21/the-apt-mirror-method/14:37
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mvo smoser: in a call but availalbe15:00
smoser2 questions actually. 1.) does it only select the mirror once?  2.) is any attempt made to make sure the mirror is reachable ?  question 2 is largely seeded towards mirrors us-east-1.ec2.archive.ubuntu.com, which do not allow traffic in from outside that region.15:00
mvosmoser: it re-selects it on each apt-get update. if a server fails to connect it tries the next one15:01
smoserthe way it works now is that cloud-init selects a mirror based on its location on first boot. i was wondering if i could, instead, specify mirror:// and have it "just work".15:01
smoserinside us-east-1 region, the physically closest mirror is [surprise] the one we run in that data center15:01
mvosmoser: its a matter of ensuring that our mirrors.ubuntu.com server know about the IP range of hte various DC and then it should work15:02
mvosmoser: i.e. if the server gets updated to this, then mirror should be fine15:03
smoseroh, so that list is dynamically generated based on source i15:03
smoseris that right ?15:04
mvosmoser: yeah, based on geoip15:04
mvosmoser: slagado was doing the server work, probably worth talking to him about adding the DCs15:04
smoserand then the client tests to see if it can get to it ?15:04
mdeslauris there a standard way to figure out if we're on a desktop or a server in a postinst script?15:06
bjfpitti, there is a dapper kernel in our ppa that can go to -proposed (no ABI bump)15:21
amitkbjf: do we keep logs of how many times the dapper archive is hit every month? Would be interesting to know...15:28
bjfamitk, sconklin and i were talking about exactly that yesterday15:28
bjfamitk, we think there is a way, you can get some stats from the archive now15:28
bjfamitk, would be nice to get those numbers for all series15:29
amitkbjf: agree15:29
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pittibjf: hm, any idea how this ended up with having no Launchpad-Bugs-Fixed: header? that way LP won't auto-notify the bugs about release etc.15:40
pittibjf: (in http://launchpadlibrarian.net/67005417/linux-source-2.6.15_2.6.15-57.95_source.changes)15:40
pittibjf: did you build that in a non-ubuntu chroot perhaps, what confused dpkg-buildpackage?15:41
bjfpitti, i built it in a dapper chroot15:41
pittibjf: ah, of course; nevermind15:41
pittibjf: done15:44
pittibjf: seems I forgot to copy linux-meta-lts-backport-maverick, doing that, too15:44
mvojhunt: a quick upstart question, I have a pre-start and a pre-stop script and want to have a common "FOO" constant in both scripts, is that possible to declare it only once? something like env I guess but for the upstart job file instead of the job itself15:47
jhuntmvo: so you want a variable that is accessible to pre-start and pre-stop script sections?15:48
mvojhunt: yes15:48
jhuntmvo: env will do what you want I think??15:48
mvojhunt: aha, excellent :)15:49
shadeslayerdoko_: poke ... around?15:49
jhuntmvo: env foo=bar and then $foo is accessible to all script sections.15:49
mvojhunt: I wasn't sure from the description, let me just try it out15:49
mvothanks jhunt!15:49
jhuntmvo: you're in for a treat when we have our meeting. We have an Upstart surprise announcement :-)15:50
mvodoes it involve systemd?15:51
mvo… just kidding15:51
doko_shadeslayer: ?15:53
shadeslayerdoko_: okay, so i was looking at google go15:53
shadeslayerand it says that gcc can be compiled with support for google go15:54
shadeslayerdoko_: http://golang.org/doc/gccgo_install.html15:55
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kim0Hi folks, just letting you know "Ubuntu Cloud Days" starting about now in #ubuntu-classroom .. Thanks15:59
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ogra_could someone please bump build priority for https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/compiz/1:0.9.4git20110322-0ubuntu2/+buildjob/233897916:21
ubottuUbuntu bug 1 in Ubuntu "Microsoft has a majority market share" [Critical,In progress]16:21
cjwatsonogra_: done16:22
cjwatsonnot that it helps hugely16:22
chrisccoulsonubottu, you are stupid16:22
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)16:22
cjwatsonah, there we go, that's better16:22
ogra_well, unity is in the queue16:22
ogra_and it needs it so i wuld like to have compiz ready asap16:23
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chrisccoulsonScottK - i thought about package removals for bug 740815, and, if i was going to pick one package to remove now, it would probably be google-gadgets....16:32
ubottuLaunchpad bug 740815 in Mozilla Firefox "[FFe] Updates to enable us to drop xulrunner from main" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74081516:32
chrisccoulson...that's depended on by plasma-scriptengine-googlegadgets, which seems to be a kubuntu package16:33
chrisccoulsonwould you object if that went?16:33
ScottKapachelogger: ^^^16:33
ScottK(ask someone who knows)16:33
ScottKBut removing one rdepend doesn't reallly help unless we remove them all.16:33
chrisccoulsongoogle-gadgets seems fairly dead upstream, and it also uses both JS and XPCOM (which prevents me from linking it against a stable JS library)16:34
RiddellI don't think plasma-scriptengine-googlegadgets is much used, I wouldn't mind it disappearing if it's causing hassle16:34
chrisccoulsonand bug 722611 gives an idea about the level of work to maintain google-gadgets ;)16:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 722611 in google-gadgets (Ubuntu) "Needs to be either ported to xulrunner 2.0, or drop it's dependency on xulrunner entirely" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/72261116:34
chrisccoulsona 100KB patch and it still isn't complete ;)16:35
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apacheloggerScottK: aseigo will know what to do16:50
roxdragonhi all16:56
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ogasawaradoko_, slangasek: I see there has been another gcc-4.5 upload.  what code generation impact does it have on the kernel?  ie. am I needing to spin another no-change upload of the kernel.17:14
apacheloggerchrisccoulson, ScottK: <aseigo> apachelogger: lots of people use it (we get bug reports when libgooglegadgets has bugs ;) ... but it's an add-on, so feel free to do whatever you want as a downstream17:15
apacheloggerisn't the plasma scriptengine in universe anyway?17:16
ScottKIn fact we split the source out of kdebase-workspace to be able to provide it in Universe.17:16
apacheloggerin particular due to the fact that googlegadets is such a horrible piece of software17:16
ScottKapachelogger: It is, but I was suggesting maybe xulrunner should just die.17:16
chrisccoulsonapachelogger, my concern is that nobody appears to be maintaining google-gadgets upstream17:16
apacheloggerwell, as long as it works17:16
chrisccoulsonand i did make a start to port it to the latest xulrunner version, but it's a big chunk of work17:17
chrisccoulsonand xulrunner-2.0 (the current version) is not going to be supported within 3 months of natty release17:17
doko_ogasawara:   * Fix issue with volatile bitfields, default to -fstrict-volatile-bitfields17:17
doko_    again on armel for Linaro builds. LP: #675347.17:17
chrisccoulson(ie, no more security updates)17:17
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apachelogger3 out of 19 ggadgets bugs in KDE came from ubuntu users it seems17:20
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slangasekogasawara: I thought the issue was the kernel had a naive check for compiler version number that prevented out-of-tree modules from rebuilding after *every* gcc rev, whether or not there are code changes?17:22
apacheloggerchrisccoulson, ScottK: probably we can drop it, popcon only has 432 installs, so I think the UX loss would be non existent17:24
chrisccoulsonapachelogger, thanks17:25
ogasawaraslangasek: I was never aware of that, but it's likely true.  /me consults with tgardner17:25
slangasekogasawara: right, so TTBOMK the whole problem we have with needing kernel rebuilds after gcc updates is that having the kernel check for the things that actually matter at build-time was too hard so there's a compiler version "fingerprint" check instead17:27
slangasekI honestly don't know why /any/ changes we might make to gcc-4.5 would upset the kernel ABI, and I think this is something we ought to explore at UDS to see if we can solve it - make less work for you guys, and less unnecessary pressure on doko_ to avoid revving the toolchain when needed17:28
ogasawaraslangasek: sounds like a good plan, /me makes a note to add it to the agenda17:29
slangasekcool, thanks :)17:30
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PendulumSpamapS: hey, just want to remind you that your class is in #ubuntu-classroom in about 5 minutes17:56
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slangasekdoko_: I guess you didn't have a chance to review my patch for python2.7 multiarch build fix - should I go ahead and upload it?18:18
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seb128ev: hey, there?18:44
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sladen"familiarity with Ubuntu or Dabian".  This would be amusing.19:25
sladenIf it wasn't a Canonical job advert :)19:25
SpamapSwhat, canonical doesn't want people familiar with the Guangxi province of China?19:28
highvoltagesladen: how so?19:31
chrisccoulsonDaviey, did you have any luck with euca?19:39
Davieychrisccoulson, I'm sorry, but i've been swapping other tasks today.19:42
Davieyhggdh, Are you around?19:42
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hggdhDaviey, yes19:45
Davieyhggdh, Are you swamped at the moment, or would you be able to add an extra PPA to the euca install we were on the other day - to see if the web ui still functions?19:50
Davieychrisccoulson, is trying to break it :)19:50
chrisccoulsonheh :)19:50
hggdhDaviey, please give me 20min19:52
Davieyhggdh, That is awesome, really helps...  give me a ping when you are good.19:54
hggdhDaviey, certainly19:55
hggdhDaviey, OK, rebooting and we will get on with it. Just 2 min or so20:02
hggdhDaviey, ready now :-)20:06
Davieyhggdh, If you can enable this PPA... https://launchpad.net/~chrisccoulson/+archive/xulrunner-universe-transition .. upgrade, restart the CLC, and check that the WEB UI still works.. that would be awesome.20:10
hggdhDaviey, getting thru it now20:11
evseb128: I am now.  What's up?20:13
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hggdhDaviey, what exactly are we trying to upgrade there?20:18
Davieyhggdh, swt-gtk20:20
hggdhDaviey, OK. rebooting the beast, and I will check if it got upgraded20:20
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hggdhDaviey, there are no hits for any of the swt-gtk binary packages20:31
hggdhDaviey, but libgwt-user-java got upgraded20:32
chrisccoulsonyeah, that's the interesting one20:32
Davieyhggdh, try apt-cache policy swt-gtk ?20:32
chrisccoulsongwt has no run-time dependency on swt-gtk20:32
Davieypah. sorry for confusing you hggdh20:32
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chrisccoulsoni'm not sure whether the build-depends is really necessary ;)20:33
chrisccoulsonso, all i've done is build gwt against the latest swt-gtk, but i'm not sure if it actually changes anything really ;)20:33
hggdhchrisccoulson, at least on this install it does not seem so (no depends, and no libswt\* installed)20:33
hggdhso far...20:34
hggdhnow, let's see what happens when I http in the beast20:34
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hggdhDaviey, chrisccoulson: all seems to work20:38
hggdhDaviey, BTW, did you see the last email from Dan re. our karma?20:40
chrisccoulsonhggdh, excellent, thanks20:40
chrisccoulsonDaviey, you can upload to main can't you?20:42
Davieychrisccoulson, yes20:45
chrisccoulsonDaviey, would you mind sponsoring swt-gtk for me?20:45
Davieychrisccoulson, certainly, want me to pull the one from your PPA?20:46
chrisccoulsonDaviey, yeah, that one's fine. the only thing it needs is a bug reference in the changelog (bug 740815), and the ~ppa1 dropping from the version number20:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 740815 in Mozilla Firefox "[FFe] Updates to enable us to drop xulrunner from main" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74081520:46
chrisccoulsonthat saves me hosting the files somewhere :)20:47
Davieychrisccoulson, ack20:47
chrisccoulsonthanks :)20:48
* Daviey hopes post beta we can take a breath of relax.20:48
chrisccoulsonyeah, me too :)20:51
chrisccoulsoni'm hoping to get bug 740815 fixed before beta, so it's going to be a busy day for me tomorrow too20:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 740815 in Mozilla Firefox "[FFe] Updates to enable us to drop xulrunner from main" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74081520:51
bdrungdoko_: can you please have a look at this build failure: https://launchpadlibrarian.net/67047805/buildlog.txt.gz20:58
YokoZarRiddell: Does MPL really require we distribute source alongside binaries?  Or were you referring to the optional LGPL/GPL distribution?21:05
YokoZarOr can we point to the source code and the build steps on the internet?21:05
YokoZarI ask because in wine1.2-gecko (and wine1.3-gecko)'s case, one of those build steps needs to be done on Windows21:06
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slangasekari-tczew: thanks for the pointer to Debian bug #619344; ocaml uploading now21:45
ubottuDebian bug 619344 in ocaml "Not ready for multiarchified libx11-dev" [Normal,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/61934421:45
ari-tczewslangasek: you're welcome, uploading directly to Debian?21:46
slangasekari-tczew: uploaded to Ubuntu only; for Debian the maintainers should take care of it21:47
ari-tczewslangasek: ok, do you uploading -2ubuntu1 or did you grab -4 from Debian and then patch?21:47
slangasekari-tczew: -4ubuntu1 - -2 FTBFS with current binutils in natty21:47
ari-tczewslangasek: nice :)21:48
ari-tczewI'm pretty sure your patch will be accepted, one uploader wrote on the bug that he is interested in fix.21:48
tkamppeterScottK, hi22:08
ScottKHello tkamppeter.22:08
tkamppeterScottK, it is about bug 740140, if the problem is not a problem of Python, is it a problem of the site not conforming to standards?22:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 740140 in hplip (Ubuntu) "hp-plugin -i plugin download error" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74014022:09
tkamppeterScottK, or is urllib for very special cases but not for this simple text file download?22:10
ScottKtkamppeter: I didn't look at the hplip code, but I can tell you that the proposed change in python2.7 is not correct.22:10
ScottKSo I'm not sure where the problem is, but that's not it.22:10
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tkamppeterScottK, for me it looks like that if you request a file from the web via http you get a header at first andd this header contained "Content-Length=7054" for all the years and now SourceForge updated something on their server and after that the server sends "Content-Length=7054,7054" and urllib cannot cope with this. Either it is a new standard and urllib needs to be updated to support it or the SF server has a bug.22:13
tkamppeterIs some http expert around?22:14
ScottKSounds to me like a SF bug, but I'm not a URI expert.22:24
Davieytkamppeter, according to http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc2616/rfc2616-sec14.html#sec14.13 ... it looks wrong with SF.22:31
pooliebarry, do you think it would be ok if i forward your udd summary mail to u-d?22:34
pooliemm, maybe it's not quite interesting enough news yet22:35
barrypoolie: you're certainly welcome to22:36
lifelessbryceh: ping22:43
lifelessbarry: ping22:44
brycehlifeless, contentless pong22:46
lifelessbryceh: hi22:48
barrylifeless: pong22:48
lifelessI'm looking at your message perf bug22:48
lifelessbarry: hi, I have a bug from you I'm looking at22:48
lifelessbryceh: I find the trace a little hard to read22:48
barrylifeless: hit me22:48
lifelessbryceh: wondering if you can step me through what api call you ar e making at each point22:48
lifelessbarry: https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpad/+bug/60817322:48
ubottuUbuntu bug 608173 in Launchpad itself "View all (or more) PPA package build statuses" [Undecided,Expired]22:48
brycehlifeless, is that the bug I attached the reproduction script to?  did you try running it directly?22:51
barrylifeless: yeah, i did need/want that at one time, but right now i'm not doing huge amounts of package builds in ppas.  i don't mind that it got expired i guess22:51
lifelessbryceh: no, I haven't - I'm in a different continent, different tradeoffs22:51
lifelessbarry: if you can answer julians question22:52
lifelessbarry: we can see if its a dupe or not22:52
lifelessbarry: or already done22:52
barrylifeless: will do, but right now i have to run.  will follow up tomorrow22:52
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tkamppeterDaviey, thanks, so SF has a bug? Is there a program with which I can download and see the original header?23:40
ScottKIf the download isn't ssl encrypted you can capture the download with wireshark and inspect it.23:45
ScottKtkamppeter: It's likely possible to change hplip to catch this error, fix the data, and then try again.23:46
dinexiHi all. Is there anybody familiar with the package ecryptfs-utils? I have just reported a bug but I am still confused. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/74136423:52
ubottuUbuntu bug 741364 in Ubuntu "libecryptfs_key_mod_openssl.so does not exists in ecryptfs-utils" [Undecided,New]23:52
dinexiYep, that's mine.23:52
dinexiSorry for my bad English, it's 5:53am here.23:53

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