fta2micahg, hi, did you even try to build the last chromium on arm/natty?08:39
lagchrisccoulson: I hear it's your fault ;)12:01
asaclag: welcome chrisccoulson our mozilla maintainer .... chrisccoulson, meet lag the linaro team lead for stericsson12:01
* lag looks up chrisccoulson's TZ12:02
lagchrisccoulson: Ah, mine! :D12:03
lagchrisccoulson: I see "Could not find GnuPG" when I use Thunderbird - any ideas?12:03
chrisccoulsonlag, i take it you have enigmail installed?12:08
lagI do12:09
lagBut when I try to send an email I receive "Enigmime Service not available", "Failed to initialize Enigmail."12:09
chrisccoulsonlag - where did you install enigmail from?12:10
lagsudo apt-get install enigmail12:10
lagWhen I try to setup using the Wizard I receive this:12:11
chrisccoulsonlag, did you override the gpg path in OpenPGP -> Preferences?12:11
lagThe Wizard could not find the GnuPG executable, please locate it manually in the following dialog. If you did not install GnuPG yet, we recommend you visit http://www.gnupg.org.12:11
lagI have tried with with and without the override12:11
chrisccoulsonand you definitely have a /usr/bin/gpg?12:12
lag$ which gpg && gpg --version12:12
laggpg (GnuPG) 1.4.1112:12
chrisccoulsonlag, hmm, strange. are there any errors in the error console?12:16
lagchrisccoulson: No, nothing in the Error Console12:35
asaclag: just tried with a fresh tbird setup12:54
asacsent you a mail12:54
asaci didnt have to set any binary location etc.12:54
asace.g. just defaults worked12:55
lagAre you using 64bit?12:57
lagMozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux x86_64; en-US; rv: Gecko/20110516 Thunderbird/3.1.1012:58
asachmm. nope ;)12:58
asaclag: oh12:58
asaclag: so ... you have the package installed, right?12:58
lagWhich one?12:59
asaclag: maybe you had the .xpi manually installed at some point? and you are still not using the package ... -> go to tools -> addons12:59
asaclag: enigmail package (like in .deb)12:59
asaclag: if "uninstall" button is available for enigmail it means you use the engimail from your profile and not the system one ... hit that button, restart and then it will work maybe12:59
lagasac: I did this too12:59
asaclag: so uninstall was available?13:00
lagasac: Tools -> Addons (Enigmail 1.1.2_13:00
lagYes, you want me to uninstall?13:00
lagUninstall/reinstall - how very Microsoftesque13:00
asaclag: if uninstall button is available it means it doesnt use the 64-bit package on your system. so yes, hit the button13:00
asaclag: no ... just uninstall and the system package should become visible13:01
asacits just that you had enigmail at some point installed in your profile which thunderbird still tries to use now after moving to 64-bit13:01
asacuninstall -> restart -> check that you cannot hit "uninstall" anymore (greyed out)13:01
asacand then it works13:01
lagIt does indeed13:02
lagGood work13:02
asacha ... /me the master of mozilla (still)13:02
lagSucky Mozilla :)13:02
lagWhat mailer do you use?13:02
lagasac: -^13:05
asaclag: gmail web ;) ... but now that i set linaro.org up i might try tbird again ... looks pretty nice nowadays13:08
asacunfortunately i dont see a keyboard shortcut for "Archive whole thread"13:09
lagI don't use such a shortcut13:09
lagI like it as a mailer13:09
lagI just use point and click13:09
lagAnd up & down arrow keys :)13:09
asaci used it for ages, but then got fed up with the UI and memory consumption13:09
* lag laughs in the face of Mutt users ;)13:09
asaci used mutt then, but since then gave up and only used gmail web UI for linaro mail13:10
asaci like the archive button because that moves stuff to the "All Mail" label13:10
asacand allows you to keep inbox at zero13:10
lagMy inbox is always zero13:11
lagI use filters, then everything is where it's expected to be13:11
asacsure, but then those folders are not zero :)13:11
asaci process stuff and zero it13:11
lagThis is true13:11
lagAh, okay13:11
asaci tried to use "read" for hidning13:11
lagI like to ignore whole chunks of emails13:11
asacbut then i often dont have the answer to finishing the mail completely13:12
asacand marking unread is also painful all the time13:12
asaci move stuff i dont read to folders13:12
asacbut then i unsubcribe ;)13:12
lagI read what looks interesting then mark the entire folder as read13:12
asacif i find myself not looking there for a while13:12
asacarchive is better though13:12
asacif you use google13:12
asacarchiving all folder is easy though ;)13:13
asacctrl+a + a13:13
lagI guess you never miss what you've never used :)13:13
asaci think archive is only useful if you let all mail show up on inbox and then you have a long list to process ... then for archive/history you still have the read mails in the labels/folders ;)13:14
asaci just saw the big button in gmail interface and thought ... lets try this out - cant be completely stupid if they give away so much precious top level UI space13:14
lagWas that the achieve button?13:24
asacarchive ;)13:25
asaccyphermox: hey13:32
asaccyphermox: i heard that you had a snowball?13:32
cyphermoxasac: yes, g13:32
cyphermoxgot it last week13:33
asaccyphermox: linaro has ubuntu images + hardware pack for it if you want to try ;)13:33
asaccyphermox: lag is the guy who knows all ;)13:33
cyphermoxfound them, pushed one, need to re-do it, I think I used the non-desktop one13:33
lagasac: Yes, of course, not achieve ;)13:33
* lag leaves ;)13:33
asaci would like a button called "achieve" ;)13:33
lagThat would be cool!13:34
asaclag: here you have someone from community for snowball13:34
asacisnt that great ;)13:34
lagMouse-"over achieve"13:34
lagWell awesome ;)13:34
asaccyphermox: password for linaro account is not set13:34
asaccyphermox: afaik13:34
lagcyphermox: Are you on #igloo?13:34
asaccyphermox: you should have autologin13:34
asaccyphermox: both on UI and on root account13:35
asacbut better check with tgall_foo (or Dr_Who depending what day it is in #linaro)13:35
cyphermoxlag, am now??13:35
cyphermoxasac, it was SSH. I only checked real fast, didn't really have time to play with it13:36
asaccyphermox: he wonders in general13:36
lagcyphermox: It's on irc.oftc.net, not here13:37
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chrisccoulsonhi m_conley, how are you?14:43
m_conleychrisccoulson: hi!  Things are pretty good, and you?14:43
chrisccoulsonm_conley, yeah, not too bad thanks14:43
chrisccoulsonm_conley, did you see my comment on https://code.launchpad.net/~chrisccoulson/messagingmenu-extension/always-show-shortcuts/+merge/66566 ?14:44
m_conleychrisccoulson: Mmhmm - I'm trying to test your patch with an updated libdbusmenu, but now the messaging menu (and the shutdown menu) is missing.  :/14:44
m_conleychrisccoulson: during the upgrade, apt seemed to grab a bunch of other stuff too.14:44
chrisccoulsonm_conley, on oneiric?14:44
m_conleychrisccoulson: mmhmm14:44
chrisccoulsonm_conley, sounds like fallout from the gtk2 -> gtk3 transition last week ;)14:45
m_conleychrisccoulson: gah - any ideas?14:45
chrisccoulsonm_conley, do you still have indicator-messages and indicator-session installed?14:46
m_conleychrisccoulson: oh!  seems like they're missing now.  How'd that happen?14:47
* m_conley installs...14:47
chrisccoulsonm_conley, that often happens as a side effect of certain transitions14:48
chrisccoulsonif you upgraded at an unfortunate time ;)14:48
m_conleychrisccoulson: oh alpha software.  :)14:48
m_conleychrisccoulson: hrm.  installed, restarted session...still no indicators.14:49
m_conleychrisccoulson: give me a sec, trying something...14:50
m_conleychrisccoulson: bah, still no dice.  :/14:52
chrisccoulsonm_conley, any errors from unity-panel-service in ~/.xsession-errors?14:52
chrisccoulsonoh, of course, you're running the 2d session ;)14:54
chrisccoulsoni'm not too sure about that14:54
m_conleychrisccoulson:  ah - that's right, I'll see if I can get the standard session type running...14:55
chrisccoulsonm_conley, oh, is it just the message indicator and session indicator which are missing?14:57
m_conleychrisccoulson: yep, looks like it.  And the networking indicator has a broken icon.14:57
chrisccoulsonm_conley, do you have indicator-session-gtk2 and indicator-messages-gtk2 installed?14:57
chrisccoulsonit seems that installing those should fix it ;)14:58
m_conleychrisccoulson: cool, thanks. :)15:00
m_conleychrisccoulson: phew, ok, back in business15:03
chrisccoulsonm_conley, heh, i keep putting reviews your way ;)15:07
m_conleychrisccoulson: I know!  Sorry about the backlog.  Tomorrow's the merge date for Tb7.0, and I'm pushing to get my de-RDF and Address Book extension patches in15:07
chrisccoulsonsure, no worries :)15:08
m_conleychrisccoulson: hm...so now MessagingMenu appears in the indicator, but doesn't have the TB icon (http://i.imgur.com/Rl5zX.png), and doesn't indicate on new messages15:10
chrisccoulsonhmmm, that's weird :/15:11
m_conleychrisccoulson: gah.  When does alpha 2 come out?15:13
chrisccoulsonm_conley, i think it is thursday15:14
chrisccoulsonm_conley, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/OneiricReleaseSchedule15:14
m_conleychrisccoulson: thanks! :)15:14
chrisccoulsonbrb, going to try 2d session15:14
m_conleychrisccoulson: ah, I see the problem15:15
m_conleyline 226 of MessagingMenu.jsm:  "aListener[method](aDir, null);" - should be aMethod15:15
m_conleygive me a sec...15:15
chrisccoulsonm_conley, oh, thanks ;)15:16
m_conleychrisccoulson: ah, seems to be working nicely now. :)15:24
chrisccoulsonm_conley, excellent, thanks15:24
bhearsumis there a way to file a bug in launchpad without going through the 'ubuntu-bug' hooplah?15:42
micahgfta2: not yet17:10
ftamicahg, it seems the ftbfs on oneiric was caused by PIE, which is disabled on natty17:12
ftai've disabled it on oneiric too, but if you could try it before the next upload, that would be nice17:13
micahgfta: ok, will try to get armel going on earlier releases later this week17:13
micahgfta: ok, will try to get armel going on earlier releases later this week17:13
ftaok, thanks17:20
* chrisccoulson will stop creating merge proposals for m_conley soon ;)18:18
m_conleychrisccoulson: no, they're great - I'll get to them soon. :)18:18
micahgchrisccoulson: are you uploading the fix for firefox being pulled in on kubuntu or shouldI?19:43
micahgchrisccoulson: are you uploading the fix for firefox being pulled in on kubuntu or shouldI?19:43
micahgsorry for the double ping, xchat isn't rending properly19:44
chrisccoulsonoh, mozilla-aurora is quiet21:13
chrisccoulsonno build again21:14
micahgchrisccoulson: did you see my ping before?21:15
chrisccoulson micahg - i replied didn't i?21:16
micahgxchat isn't beaving21:16
micahgI don't see a response on irclogs.u.c21:17
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