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smbmorning .+07:18
* smb grumbles a bit about short lived hardware07:21
ckingsmb, what's broken?07:39
smbcking, Most likely the mainboard of my working desktop (cannot rule out cpu completely). Just refuses to stay powered now. You press the power switch and at least the cpu fan and the drive bays light up. You release it and all goes off. 07:41
smbs/working/work/ as it is not working right now... :-P07:41
smbAt least I was able to transfer the important stuff over to the travel netbook by moving all hdds somewhere else.07:42
smbBut that board was "just" 2yrs old... :-P07:43
smbcking, Btw, your oneiric system does not show upstart-udev-bridge daemon eating all your cpu time, does it?07:44
ckingwhat was the make of the board?07:44
smbcking, asrock07:44
ckingasrock does not rock then07:44
ckingsmb,  upstart-udev-bridge daemon is OK for me07:45
smbUnfortunately if I want to only replace the board I seem to be stuck with them. As am2+ is not really state of the art anymore. Hard to find just a replacement. But I'd hate to waste the ram (or cpu if its still working)07:46
smbcking, upstart seems to be in a monologue here:07:46
smbwrite(2, "arguments to dbus_message_iter_a"..., 232) = 23207:46
smbwrite(2, "process 380: ", 13)07:46
smbrepeating over and over07:46
smband upstart-udev-bridge being pid 38007:47
ckingsmb, what happens if you do sudo service udev stop (and then start again)?07:48
smbcking, The new process seems ok and stays in select...07:50
smbSeems to have cured it so far. Took a while between the stop until the bridge deamon really went away.07:52
smbSystem feels much smoother now. :-P07:52
ckingsmb, so do you think the motherboard has dry solder joints that fail due to thermal expansion/contraction?08:03
smbcking, No rather not, because it usually did stay on for the day without issues. It could be failed capacitors or something else with the on-board power routing. At least the problem remained the same after replacing power supply (which would also give some time to cool down)08:06
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Ceno3xHi guys. I need to build a source package for a kernel I'm working on so I can then upload it to launchpad. I'm already building the packages with make-kpkg so I shouldn't be too far off. Can anyone point me in the right direction?11:45
TeTeTCeno3x: for building source packages I usually use debuild -S from the packages main directory12:16
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* ogasawara back in 2014:16
ppisati_apw: cve 1083 in the cve matrix is marked as "needed" for almost all releases14:56
apwyes we don't have an upstream fix for it yet14:56
apwi have passed that back to the security team for resolution14:57
ppisati_apw: but the corresponding lp bug says only hardy and linux-ec2 need it since all the others are marked as "fix released"14:57
ppisati_lp 81393514:57
apwbug is incorrect i beleieve14:57
ubot2Launchpad bug 813935 in linux-ti-omap4 "CVE-2011-1083" [Low,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/81393514:57
ppisati_ah ok14:57
bjfppisati, bug #865171, please verify14:57
ubot2Launchpad bug 865171 in linux-ti-omap4 "enable ftrace for the 80211 layer" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/86517114:57
ppisati_bjf: do i manually change the tag to "verification done" or is thjere any script that i should run?14:59
apwppisati_, i believe it is manual, just put some comment on and change it15:16
ppisati_ok, done15:24
bjfppisati_, i believe the tag is "verification-done-oneiric"15:27
bjfppisati_, and you change it manually15:27
bjfherton, sconklin, bug #88047615:49
ubot2Launchpad bug 880476 in linux "after update to kernel 3.0.0-13 ubuntu 11.10 does not start" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/88047615:49
jpdsIs there any way I can install an oneiric kernel on a Lucid machine?15:49
jpdsI have a USB adapter that works on oneiric, but doesn't on Lucid.15:49
jpdsAnd the Natty backport kernel doesn't seem to do the trick.15:50
bjfjpds, you can install the lts-backport-oneiric package (currently in -proposed)15:50
jpdsbjf: Oh, I didn't look in there - I'll try that; thanks.15:50
jsalisburybjf, sconklin, herton, Possible oneiric-proposed kernel regression: bug 88047615:55
ubot2Launchpad bug 880476 in linux "after update to kernel 3.0.0-13 ubuntu 11.10 does not start" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/88047615:55
sconklinjsalisbury: ack15:59
jsalisburysconklin, I'm going to try 3.0.0-13 on my laptop now.16:02
bjfjsalisbury, you should have -proposed enabled :-)16:03
jsalisburybjf, yes I do :)16:04
ppisati_apw: cve 1767/hardy - nitpick: +goto out;;16:09
apwyep thats a bit shit :)16:09
apwclearly writing too much shell right now16:10
apwppisati_, do reply and point it out formally and i can get it fixed on application16:10
focalthey guys16:24
focaltsuddently after installing a rt-kernel16:25
focaltI loss admin rights16:25
focaltI dunno why...16:25
focaltI just cant install anything from synaptic16:25
focaltor by typing sudo...16:25
apwfocalt, try rebooting into a different kernel16:25
focaltit's the same16:25
focaltapw, 16:26
focaltit's the second time this happens...16:26
focaltI'm tired of reinstalling system :16:26
jjohansenfocalt: boot into runlevel 1, and see what is going on16:27
focaltjjohansen, sorry you must be more specific than that... i'm kind of new to linux  16:28
jsalisburybjf, sconklin, herton, re bug 880476 I was able to boot into 3.0.0-13 without and issue.16:29
ubot2Launchpad bug 880476 in linux "after update to kernel 3.0.0-13 ubuntu 11.10 does not start" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/88047616:29
tgardnerjsalisbury, its gotta be HW specific16:29
jsalisburytgardner, I have a Lenovo x20116:30
jjohansenfocalt: okay, when you boot you can specify the run level as part of the kernel command line for grub.  putting a 1 in there will result in the machine booting in single user mode, with no need to log in.  You are root and have full access16:30
tgardnerjsalisbury, get him to re-install it by copying the deb from the archive, then 'sudo dpkg -i linux-image*'16:31
tgardnermake sure he's got enough disk space16:31
jsalisburytgardner, will do16:31
focaltjjohansen, and how do I do that. i mean where do I put that run level?16:31
jjohansenfocalt: in grub when you go to select a kernel select edit16:31
tgardnerjsalisbury, I think he's got initrd issues if it can't find the rootfs16:32
jjohansenon the line with the linux kernel and its options, splash, vt.handoff etc you just add a 116:32
jsalisburytgardner, there was one other person reporting this issue as well.  Comment #2516:33
jjohansenmake sure it is separated by a space16:33
hertonjsalisbury, tgardner: yeah, can some bug/issue with the disk controller module used or initramfs related problem16:33
ppisati_focalt: so you can login, right? and if yes, what's happend if you open a terminal and execute "sudo id"?16:33
ppisati_s/login/log in/16:33
ppisati_s/what's/what does it/16:34
jjohansenfocalt: so eg.16:34
jjohansen  linux   /boot/vmlinuz-3.0.0-12-generic root=UUID=7df1f324-9c3e-4ec0-9eb5-1bc0e383ce64 ro   quiet splash nomodeset vt.handoff=7 116:34
focaltjjohansen, ppisati_, I guess I found my problem 16:37
focaltI did sudo usermod -G audio focalt16:37
focaltin my /etc/group file16:37
focaltI have my username only in the audio group16:38
tgardnerjsalisbury, how do you know you have the same platform ?16:38
jsalisburytgardner, I don't have the same platform.  The bug reporter has an Acer and I have a Lenovo.16:38
tgardnerjsalisbury, oh, I guess I was confused.16:39
ppisati_focalt: 16:39
jsalisburytgardner, I wan't able to reproduce on my machine.  I asked the other person affected by this for their hardware details.16:39
ppisati_from the man page16:39
ppisati_"If the user is currently a member of a group which is not listed, the user will be removed from the group. This behaviour can be changed via the -a option, which appends the user to the current supplementary group list.16:39
ppisati_-G option16:39
ppisati_you missed the -a option16:40
focaltppisati_, yep16:40
focaltI guess that's it 16:40
focaltso if I reboot in recovery mode16:40
focaltand change the group file?16:41
focaltwill solve this shit?16:41
ppisati_focalt: yep16:41
ppisati_focalt: here is a list of groups my user is in http://paste.ubuntu.com/718970/16:42
focaltthanks man :)16:42
focaltppisati_, your username is flag right?16:42
tgardnerskaet, do you know if there is a bug filed to make sure the Natty and Oneiric LTS kernels get onto the next Lucid DVD point release ?16:43
jsalisburytgardner, do you have a link to the kernel deb archive?  I thought it was off here: http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/  But I guess not.16:43
tgardnerjsalisbury, http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux/16:44
skaettgardner, not aware of one,  but haven't hunted for it either.   Probably best to just submit and mark it for lucid-updates.16:44
jsalisburytgardner, thanks16:44
tgardnerskaet, will do16:44
skaettgardner, thanks.16:44
tgardnerskaet, bug #88152916:48
ubot2Launchpad bug 881529 in debian-installer "Natty and Oneiric LTS backport kernels need to get onto the Lucid 10.04.4 point release DVD." [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/88152916:48
skaettgardner, thanks.16:50
smosersmb, around ?17:23
smbIn some way. Whats up?17:24
smoserif i tell you that i did not issue a reboot, how would you think that https://launchpadlibrarian.net/83606521/precise-daily-amd64-server-20111024-m1.large-ebs.log got rebooted?17:24
smoseris there some watch dog device now ?17:24
smbNot that one would come to my mind17:25
smbCould amazon have implemented something?17:26
smoserso what else would have done that ? can xen host somehow spy? 17:26
smoseryeah... i wouldnt hvae thought they'd implement something, and i would hope they wouldn't do something other than adding a watchdog device17:26
smbWell, if there is a device it would be something that comes with our kernel. 17:28
smbThough I have not looked there, yet for tsomething like that17:28
smbHm, maybe one can detect when the cpus go into some sort of stop after the panic...17:29
smbIt would be something to look when my next crash happens. Maybe even in xm list there would be a different state than "b"17:30
smbAnd in kernel 3.0 there is a xen watchdog timer, which we compile as module. But that requires a hypervisor of 4.0 or higher. And Amazon normally is back on 3.417:35
nigelbmanjo: ohai17:48
nigelbIs there a track named hwe?17:48
manjonigelb, nope17:49
nigelbmanjo: that's why your BP isn't scheeduled.17:49
manjonigelb, so I will need to rename HWE to say kernel ? 17:50
manjonigelb, since there is no kernel track I am going to use hardware17:51
manjopgraner, ^ I guess you are ok with that ? 17:51
nigelbJust make sure it exists17:51
nigelbThere is a kernel...17:52
nigelbah.. linaro.17:52
manjonigelb, done thanks  a ton17:53
nigelbmanjo: np!17:53
manjowait for it to show up on the schedule I guess .. 17:53
nigelbYeah, it runs on the hour I think.17:53
nigelbThere's a cron17:53
* tgardner -> lunch17:57
ckingmanjo, hwe is 2nd class citizen ;-)18:01
manjocking, now I know the secret of you leaving :) 18:01
manjo:) 18:02
manjonigelb, where are you located ?18:04
mahNeed Help during kernel building : when booting it shows fuse: device not found18:05
nigelbmanjo: Bangalore :)18:05
nigelbmanjo: Oh, Happy Diwali. The crackers seem to have subsided for the night here finally ;)18:06
manjonigelb, thanks :) 18:06
mahfuse: device not found  ????18:07
wmpi have problem with wireless driver, from brcmacs i want to switch driver to broadcom-wl19:31
wmphow to do it?19:31
lamont[14606.979430] ieee80211 phy0: wl0: wlc_recv: dropping a frame with invalid src mac address, a2: 00:00:00:00:00:0019:42
lamont^^ I hate that my logfile is full of these19:42
tgardnerlamont, I hate that you have to use a broadcom staging driver. Oneiric ?19:46
lamont12:00.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4313 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN Controller (rev 01)19:47
tgardnerlamont, yeah, that error message seems entirely superfluous. I wonder if it exists in 3.119:48
wmplamont: i have this same wifi card19:50
tgardnerlamont, try the precise kernel. Broadcom is mainline in that version. http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux/linux-image-3.1.0-1-generic_3.1.0-1.1_amd64.deb19:50
lamontwmp: it's very, um, chatty19:50
wmplamont: now i testing support on broadcom-wl19:51
tgardnerlamont, uh, nevermind. its still staging in 3.119:53
tgardnermaybe I can dial down the chattiness by changing wiphy_err to wiphy_dbg19:54
lamontI would support such a notion, even more so if it made it into oneiric-updates eventually19:55
tgardnerlamont, yep, thats my plan19:55
ckingtgardner, you going to UHS this year?19:55
tgardnercking, I think so. I'm working o a git foo presentation for it.19:56
lamontnow I just need to understand why xfce and my laptop hate each other19:56
* cking wonders if he should be attending...19:56
tgardnerlamont, will start a bug and attach the relevant info including the log noise.19:56
tgardnerwill you*19:56
lamonttgardner: sure.  may be tomorrow when I finally get it filed20:00
tgardnerlamont, ok, just lemme know.20:00
lamontwill do20:00
tgardnerlamont, it seems to be cleaned up in the 3.2 merge, and it has gone mainline (i.e., no longer staging)20:04
hggdhherton: ping20:05
hertonhggdh: pong20:05
hggdhherton: are we going to respin 3.0.13? If so, I will refrain from testing it20:05
hertonhggdh: yes, it'll be respinned, one bug failed verification20:06
hggdhherton: ack, thank you. I will wait for the respin, then. Same tracking bug?20:06
hertonhggdh: nope, it'll be a new tracking bug I expect. sconklin or bjf will take care, I'm going to take 3 days off beginning tomorrow20:07
hggdhk, thank you20:08
lamontif I want to flush entries from /proc/net/ip_conntrack, can I do that easily>20:13
tgardnerlamont, you didn't used to be able to, but I'm thinking you ought to be able to now, especially with the advent of network name spaces.20:14
tgardnerlamont, http://linux.die.net/man/8/conntrack20:16

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