* penguin42 wonders about bug 74535000:41
ubot4`Launchpad bug 745350 in firefox (Ubuntu) "while working on Firefox/Gmail, my cat sit down on keyboard (affects: 2) (heat: 10)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/74535000:41
trinikronois there any active mentors around?06:28
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Abhijitsomeone please triage this bug13:22
ubot4`Launchpad bug 745657 in rednotebook (Ubuntu) "no password protection (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]13:22
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hggdhtrinikrono: there are always at least one experienced triager here (and, probably, also a mentor)15:08
Tetsuo55hello i was asked to test with a mainline kernel16:27
Tetsuo55Does that mean i use this one http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/daily/current/16:27
Tetsuo55i am on a fully updated 10.10 ubuntu16:28
charlie-tcaTetsuo55: yes, that is the correct one16:31
Tetsuo55it says my boot is full16:32
Tetsuo55need to clean up16:32
Tetsuo55will this now automatically be my new default kernel?16:39
Tetsuo55or do i need to choose it from the boot menu16:39
Tetsuo55i guess ill find out16:40
Tetsuo55with the daily kernel my screen problems are even worse16:47
Tetsuo55now the monitor is stuck on 1024x768, and it hasnt even detected the laptop monitor16:47
Tetsuo55does ubuntu add special patches for laptops and their ability to display on external monitors?16:48
Tetsuo55(to the kernel)16:48
hggdhTetsuo55: the Ubuntu kernel may have patches from upstream to address specific issues. The best way to find out is to look at the source package diff16:50
Tetsuo55i just installed the kernel that was compiled today from git16:50
Tetsuo55so that seems unlikely to me16:50
Tetsuo55unless by upstream you mean not-yet-committed-to-kernel.org16:50
hggdhTetsuo55: if you installed a kernel from the kernel ppa, then there are no Ubuntu patches16:51
Tetsuo55ok finished burning natty nightly cd16:52
Tetsuo55so lets see what happens there16:52
Tetsuo55back, same problem on the latest natty build with regards to my hardware button not working17:29
Tetsuo55now on to the problem with 10.10 where my monitors are not correctly detected by the daily mainline kernel17:29
Tetsuo55i quickly saw an error flash by before the ubuntu desktop appeard17:29
Tetsuo55is that logged somewhere so i can find it?17:30
Tetsuo55could this be relevant? [drm:i915_gem_mmap_gtt] *ERROR* Attempting to mmap a purgeable buffer17:35
roadmrTetsuo55: use the dmesg command and see if your error is there17:38
Tetsuo55mtrr: type mismatch for e0000000,10000000 old: write-back new: write-combining17:41
Tetsuo55[drm] MTRR allocation failed.  Graphics performance may suffer.17:41
Tetsuo55lp: driver loaded but no devices found17:41
Tetsuo55 [Firmware Bug]: Duplicate ACPI video bus devices for the same VGA controller, please try module parameter "video.allow_duplicates=1"if the current driver doesn't work.17:41
Tetsuo55[drm:i915_gem_mmap_gtt] *ERROR* Attempting to mmap a purgeable buffer (6 times)17:42
Tetsuo55those are the errors i get, sorry for not using pastebin but my screen is tiny17:43
Tetsuo55i also get a lot more warnigns and even a segfault for other hardware17:43
charlie-tcaQA Weekly meeting in #ubuntu-quality in 14 minutes17:47
Tetsuo55Does this error suggest i need to install the kernel-matching headers??  bluetoothd[1281]: segfault at 7f4fdbbe4450 ip 00007f4ed9881664 sp 00007fff40f4d520 error 4 in libc-2.12.1.so[7f4ed980a000+17a000]18:09
penguin42just looks like a bug in bluetoothd18:34
cyphermoxTetsuo55, you should probably open a bug against 'linux' about the i915 errors, and one different one for bluez if you can find a .crash file under /var/crash relating to the segfault line you copied18:37
Tetsuo55i may have found a fix18:37
Tetsuo55on google18:37
Tetsuo55just 2 more unfixed errors left18:37
Tetsuo55can i change this somewhere18:37
Tetsuo55ACPI: Deprecated procfs I/F for AC is loaded, please retry with CONFIG_ACPI_PROCFS_POWER cleared18:38
Tetsuo55ill report them all once i finish trying the workarounds18:38
Tetsuo55or does the ACPI thing require a recompile of the kernel18:38
Tetsuo55thats one and the other (MTRR) is supposedly solved by doing this http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-1285176.html18:40
Tetsuo55ok better, many errors are gone now18:44
Tetsuo55but one thing has failed to work18:44
Tetsuo55disabling all animation fixed the errors i was having (that appeared 6 times)18:45
Tetsuo55ohh i see my mistake18:52
Tetsuo55rebooting again18:52
Tetsuo55allright ive made some progress20:08
Tetsuo55the videocard problems are being caused by MTRR mismapping (for some reason it thinks i have 32gb of ram and the resulting mapping is blocking videocard memory from being writable or something)20:08
Tetsuo55now to fix it i need some way to specify the MTRR settings during bootup20:09
Tetsuo55i have used a tool to generate the exact settings for my systems. but i dont know where to specify them20:09
Tetsuo55hmm looks like there have been 9 bioses released since the current one i am using, and one contains a firmware update for the videocard20:12
Tetsuo55that might fix the problem20:12
Tetsuo55hmm how to run a windows bios update utility from ubuntu....20:16
trinikronocan someone tell me what is the purpose of that depenencies.txt that are on all the bug reports, i realised it does not just list installed packages on a system , is the dependencies of the package itself?22:23
micahgtrinikrono: yes, it should be the dependency tree of the package22:24
trinikronooh cool :D22:25
trinikronocan bug 646699 be set to fix released since it is so in maverick22:51
ubot4`Launchpad bug 646699 in nautilus (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "Nautilus; unclear whether cut or copy used (affects: 1) (heat: 21)" [Low,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/64669922:51
yofeltrinikrono: hm true, they seem to be highlighted now, so setting to fixed is ok22:54
yofelit would be nice to have a changelog that says that it was fixed, but that's probably not the case here22:54
trinikronoyes because it was implemented without considering the bug22:56
trinikronoyofel: what about if the reporter wanted this feature in lucid, would that be considered a backport?22:56
yofelhm, I don't think nautilus is really backportable (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports) and we don't SRU new features22:58
yofelif anything it would be a backport22:58
trinikronook i will set as fix released and put a link to a article i found, http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2010/08/nautilus-update-in-maverick-bring-many-new-fixes-changes/23:00
trinikronoIf a bug is fixed in the current development release, it is Fix Released. If the bug also needs to be fixed in a stable release, use the "Target to release" link to nominate it for that release.23:04
trinikronoyofel: can i do that?23:05
yofeltrinikrono: that's used for SRU tracking https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates23:05
yofelread the "When" and decide if that applies here23:05
trinikronooho so only serious bugs, i will tell him to request a backport if he really wants then23:07
micahgtrinikrono: backports are for new features generally, FYI23:22
Tetsuo55turns out the ubuntu kernel is heavily patched to work-around issues with my motherboard/videocard23:46
Tetsuo55so the vanilla mainline builds are unusable23:46
Tetsuo55the error still occurs, but in the official ubuntu kernel a few lines later a workaround is apploed23:47
Tetsuo55its the same for all the errors i had, they all have a workaround in place23:48
Tetsuo55so i updated my tickets :)23:48
penguin42Tetsuo55: Hey well it's good those fixes are there and work23:57
Tetsuo55unfortunately they are still required with current kernel git-head/tip23:59
Tetsuo55its too bad because i wopuld like the wonders patch (new group scheduling)23:59

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