c2tarunRiddell: ping03:02
c2tarunI was working on new version of ktorrent, I found this page http://packages.debian.org/experimental/ktorrent debian packed it and kept in experimental, I downloaded the debian tarball and packed it and it built fine on Ubuntu Natty. Can anyone please tell me now what should I do? call for a sync?03:06
ScottKc2tarun: You should look at the current Ubuntu package and see if we have an existing difference with Debian and if we do, if we still need to maintain it.03:09
c2tarunScottK: yup, I think there are some changes, check this http://paste.ubuntu.com/585738/03:17
ScottKc2tarun: I don't have time to help right now, sorry.03:17
c2tarunScottK: np :)03:17
c2tarunRiddell: when you come around, please reply before switching off that ec2 machine, thanks06:37
tsimpsonjust a heads up, that paste from c2arun is 27MB, don't try opening it...07:12
tsimpsonstarts with 576859 blank lines, and it has seems to do a complete diff of ktorrent-4.0.5/ to ktorrent-4.1~rc107:19
lucidfoxLaunchpad shows there are translations for Muon in Natty, and Russian in particular is fully localized07:50
lucidfoxAny idea why I'm seeing it in English, then?07:50
lucidfoxAlso, blarg, after I updated ttf-ubuntu-font-family, it is rendered differently in Qt and GTK applications08:36
lucidfoxah, bug #74186208:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 741862 in ubuntu-font-family-sources (Ubuntu) "Default interface font is too bold in all Qt4 applications" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74186208:49
lucidfoxwhat is it with Canonical and breaking UI changes shortly before release?08:49
* bambee needs a coffee v_v08:57
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shadeslayerapachelogger: http://people.ubuntu.com/~rohangarg/out.ogv10:48
QuintasanWhy can't I mark a connection as system default in Network Manager?11:55
JontheEchidnanot implemented in the KDE frontend11:56
QuintasanWhy bother adding a checkbox there?11:57
QuintasanNow I have no idea how to give static IP to eth011:57
JontheEchidnahttp://lamarque-lvs.blogspot.com/2011/03/plasma-nm-big-feature-bigger-than-i.html <- will have to be fixed for NM 0.911:57
Quintasanwow cool11:59
Quintasanhe has been working for a year on it?11:59
Quintasanlooks like I will have to manually edit files11:59
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QuintasanJontheEchidna: really, that's some really shitty NetworkManager implementation12:10
nigelbQuintasan: ah, that's why the autoconnect doesn't work12:22
Quintasanno good tag editors either12:49
c2tarunRiddell: ping12:51
shadeslayerhas anyone been able to make their firefox look like this : http://kde-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=117962&file1=117962-1.png&file2=117962-2.png&file3=117962-3.jpg&name=Oxygen+KDE+%28Firefox+Theme%29  ?14:02
jussishadeslayer: no, but cripes thats nice!14:09
jussialso, anyone know how I fix this? The following packages have unmet dependencies:14:09
jussi libgpg-error-dev : Depends: libgpg-error0 (= 1.6-1ubuntu2) but 1.10-0ubuntu2~maverick1~ppa1 is to be installed14:09
jussiapart from removing the ppa14:09
shadeslayerjussi: just go to View and disable Menu Bar14:09
jussishadeslayer: any ideas if thats just a screwup by someone (the = not being a > ) or if its by design - ie it only works with that version and not a higher one? 14:11
ScottKjjesse: No.  The = is necessary.  You have to revert to the earlier libgpg-error0.  ppa-purge may come in handy for this.14:23
jussiScottK: what is ppa-purge? 14:28
ScottKjussi: It's a script that will remove all packages from a selected PPA and revert them to the version in the archive.14:29
ScottKI believe it's in a package of the same name.14:29
jussiScottK: ahh, excellent. thank you.14:29
jussiHrm, how does one tell which ppa its in? apt-cache policy isnt helpful...14:31
jussi kubuntu-ppa-beta-maverick - Im confuzzled, what is the beta ppa for? 14:51
ScottKBackports of beta/pre-release versions of KDE.14:53
shadeslayerapachelogger: agateau either of you around?14:54
jussiright, so how does that differ from the backports ppa then?14:54
shadeslayerjussi: one sec14:54
shadeslayerjussi: https://wiki.kubuntu.org/Kubuntu/KubuntuPPAs14:55
jussishadeslayer: ahhh!!! thank you!!!! 14:56
shadeslayernp :)14:56
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c2tarunshadeslayer: how to enclose a bug number in debian/changelog for a kde bug?15:08
shadeslayerc2tarun: * CHanges here (LP : #bugno)15:09
c2tarunshadeslayer: if the bug is on bugs.kde.org and not on LP then?15:10
shadeslayerc2tarun: you can't close that bug15:10
shadeslayerc2tarun: which bug are we talking about?15:10
c2tarunshadeslayer: https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=240916 it was there in junior jobs :)15:10
ubottuKDE bug 240916 in FlickrExport "Question for web authentification: Better button names [patch]" [Minor,New]15:10
shadeslayerc2tarun: okay, that is now upto kde upstream to fix15:11
shadeslayerbut ... poor choice of words15:12
c2tarunshadeslayer: kde upstream means/15:12
shadeslayersomething like : "Application authenticated" would have been better15:12
shadeslayerc2tarun: means, the developer of kipiplugins will fix it15:12
c2tarunshadeslayer: he dont even remember that application :(15:13
c2tarunshadeslayer: what should I do? fix the bug or leave it?15:14
shadeslayeruh.. you attached the patch15:14
shadeslayerthat's the most you can do15:14
shadeslayerand keep poking the developer in the bug15:15
c2tarunshadeslayer: well there is a funny thing about it :) I didn't notice that the package is in our archives, so now I pulled it from archive and making a proper patch15:15
c2tarunshadeslayer: is it that in all kde bugs its upto upstream author to include the fix or not?15:20
c2tarunshadeslayer: but still if the patch works and its proper it can be included into the version in our archive?15:22
shadeslayeryep ... but you should probably ask the upstream developer if the patch is the correct one before applying it in our archives15:23
c2tarunshadeslayer: I asked him, he told that patch is ok, but he dont remember the application, I dont think he'll fix it :/ anyway I'll pack it and add a patch to that bug15:24
c2tarunRiddell: if you come around, please dont off your ec2 I am using it to build a package.15:25
c2tarunshadeslayer: ping16:29
shadeslayerc2tarun: pong16:29
c2tarunyou remember the bug we just discussed?16:29
c2tarunI pulled the version from our archive and created a patch and fixed it. but the debdiff b/w the dsc's is for the ubuntu right? should I attach it to bugs.kde.org will it be correct?16:30
c2tarunshadeslayer: ^^16:30
shadeslayeryou just need to send in the patch16:31
shadeslayerno need to send the debdiff16:31
c2tarunand the patch I posted earlier was not working :( is there any way of removing it from there?16:31
shadeslayeri don't think so16:49
shadeslayerjust attach a new diff16:49
jussishadeslayer: have you got tomahawk compiled and working on your machine yet?  17:08
shadeslayerjussi: tomahawk is too new even for natty17:08
shadeslayer2-3 libraries are missing :(17:08
jussishadeslayer: so compile them - I did - it takes like 5 mins...17:09
shadeslayerwell .. i'm trying to get opensync to work first17:09
jussithe client is _awesome_!!!17:09
shadeslayerso that i can send in my GSoC Proposal17:09
c2tarunI applied a patch by -f option and then on refresh I am getting nothing in the patch, does this mean patch doesnt apply17:43
c2taruncan anyone please help me with this error http://paste.ubuntu.com/585931/18:25
bambeec2tarun: does something beginning with "debian/tmp/usr/share/icons/oxygen/" is installed ?18:28
c2tarunbambee: nope18:33
bambeewell, what's the error line 3649 ? (see your paste)18:34
tsimpsonfix your .install file(s)18:40
tsimpsonlooks like you'll want to replace "oxygen" with "hicolor" in the .install (guessing)18:41
c2taruntsimpson: ohh....yeah :) thanks18:44
c2taruntsimpson: what should be my changelog entry ? and how do you know everything :(18:44
tsimpsonI know because I see lots of things being installed into usr/share/icons/hicolor, rather than usr/share/icons/oxygen18:45
tsimpsonand the changelog entry, well just say you adjusted the .install files18:45
tsimpsonyou don't need to go into excruciating detail about every single change in the changelog18:46
tsimpsonjust say what you generally did and note anything important18:46
c2tarunI never payed attention that where things get installed, :/ I dont even look at it unless I get an error. from now I'll look at it. :)18:47
tsimpsonwell if you get an error from dh_install, you should look18:47
c2tarunwhere is Riddell?18:56
ScottK!weekend | c2tarun18:56
ubottuc2tarun: It's a weekend. Often on weekends the paid developers and a lot of the community may not be around to answer your question. Please be patient, wait longer than you normally would or try again during the working week.18:56
tsimpsonprobably enjoying his weekend18:56
c2tarunsure :) and tsimpson you packaged half of KDE wow... :)18:57
tsimpsonback in the early 4.0 days, yes18:58
* c2tarun that explains how you know everything :)18:58
tsimpsonI'm not an especially active packager recently, but if I see "dh_install said it could not find usr/share/icons/oxygen/*", I'll go look at what was installed19:00
tsimpsonobviously everything becomes easier with experience though19:00
Quintasanthough new linking stuff is...19:07
yofelareed :S19:09
c2taruncan anyone please look at this error. http://paste.ubuntu.com/585950/19:13
QuintasanCannot find file: /home/ubuntu/qtiplot/qtiplot-
QuintasanWhat's there you don't understand?19:15
c2tarunQuintasan: where is the file  I guess :/19:15
yofelwith my qmake knowledge I would say there's a project file that includes a non-existent file19:15
QuintasanWhat yofel siad19:15
c2tarunyofel: yup, pro are project files, but I think they are created. but it is not getting created here.19:16
yofelc2tarun: can you try to build qtiplot outside of the package once so we know if the packaging is foobared or the upstream source?19:18
yofelsure, .pro files are usually generated by qmake, but the developer is supposed to create those in most cases19:19
c2tarunyofel: what do you mean be building outside of package? never did it before19:19
yofelwell, go to your upstream source tarball, extract that somewhere else, and build it 19:20
yofelthere's usually a README or INSTALL file that tells you how to build it19:20
c2tarunyofel: manual says You also need to build and install the slightly modified versions of the Qwt (5.2) and QwtPlot3D libraries which are shipped with QtiPlot in the "3rdparty/qwt" and "3rdparty/qwtplot3d" folders respectively19:25
yofelhm, either the package ignores that or I'm too tired to understand the rules...19:29
yofelc2tarun: where did you get the new source from?19:32
yofelah, thx19:32
yofelin your log there's19:39
yofelcd manual/ && /usr/bin/qmake-qt4 /home/ubuntu/qtiplot/qtiplot- -after  QMAKE_CXXFLAGS_RELEASE\ =\ -Wall\ -g\ -O2 QMAKE_POST_LINK\ ~=\ s/strip/: -o Makefile19:39
yofelCannot find file: /home/ubuntu/qtiplot/qtiplot-
yofelhere it simply runs19:39
yofelcd manual/ && make -f Makefile19:39
c2tarunyofel: not getting, I think it runs cd manuals and then qmake-qt4 inside manual.19:40
yofelyes, for the packaging, but the plain build I'm doing here does something else19:41
c2tarunBTW what does make -f Makefile mean?19:42
yofelthat's just telling make to use 'Makefile' as makefile19:42
yofelc2tarun: man make19:43
* c2tarun looking19:43
c2tarungot it :) is your package building there (plain build?)19:43
yofelplain build means no pakcage19:44
yofelI just extracted the source, went in there and ran qmake && make19:44
c2tarunyou mean inside manual folder qmake && make, but there is no make in packaging I guess19:45
yofelc2tarun: no, I meant that I ignored the packaging, went outside, extracted the orig.tar.gz somewhere else, and tried to build that19:47
c2tarun yup I got that, 19:47
c2tarunyofel: I guess your make failed.19:55
yofelit did, something about qwt, and I'm out of ideas here, someone that actually knows qmake will need to take a look at this19:56
c2tarunits mentioned in manual that we have to make qwt first.19:57
shadeslayeranyone around to help with a DSO error?20:11
yofelshadeslayer: where's the source?20:15
shadeslayeryofel: follow instructions from http://saidinesh5.wordpress.com/2010/08/24/are-we-there-yet/20:15
shadeslayeryofel: looks like a DSO error tho right?20:16
yofelit is one20:16
yofeladding -lQtDBus somewhere would be my first attempt20:17
shadeslayeryofel: the problem is... it uses ... autotools20:19
yofeloh yeah, great20:19
* yofel tries to remember the autotools tutorial he once did...20:20
yofelfirst it's a build-dep hell :S20:22
ScottKThe LDADD macro is the one you want.20:22
shadeslayerScottK is here ... he's probably been here long enough to know autotools :P20:22
ScottKDear lord no.20:23
shadeslayerwell we have SYNCEVOLUTION_LDADD =20:23
yofelI would rather say to modify syncevolution_LDADD here20:27
ScottKSounds right.20:27
shadeslayeryofel: via configure?20:28
ScottKshadeslayer: syncevolution is a bit offtopic for #kubuntu-devel.  We ought to be discussing this in #ubuntu-motu.  More likely people who know auto* stuff there too.20:28
yofelshadeslayer: no, in src/Makefile.am - around line 14020:28
shadeslayermoving to #ubuntu-motu ?20:29
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c2tarunwhat kind of patch is this? http://paste.ubuntu.com/585975/21:12
tazzc2tarun, seems like multiple files are patched.21:23
c2taruntazz: I thought its a diff followed by a patch :P anyway its already applied :)21:24
tazzheh cool21:24
tazzyea seemed odd...21:24
bambeeapachelogger: I've a patch for the gpodder service in amarok ("no such slot" error). I should probably contact stefan nop ?21:41
ScottKJontheEchidna: It'd be really nice if you could look at the quickaccess thread on kubuntu-devel and make an assessment of what we should do.23:44
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