charlie-tcaXubuntu will need some help getting the desktop images tested. I been going 12 hours now, and still have all those tests to do. I can't do it tonight, will try to do some tomorrow.01:43
TheMusoIs there already a bug filed about ubiquity GTK crashing when one attempts to use the advanced partitioner?02:39
TheMusoSeems not, filing.02:54
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highvoltagethis is probably going to be the best edubuntu alpha release ever :)10:31
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brendandjibel - ubiquity just crashed for me11:10
brendandjibel - using todays i386 desktop image11:10
jibelbrendand, how does it crash ? bug number ?11:11
MrChrisDruifAloha everyone11:11
brendandjibel - it says it was already reported. didn't show a bug number yet11:11
brendandbug 87046311:12
ubot4Launchpad bug 870463 in percona-projects-qa "d5-64-1 has problems (affects: 1) (heat: 1)" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87046311:12
jibelthere is a known crash that didn't make it into a2 bug 91203111:12
ubot4Launchpad bug 912031 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Precise) (and 1 other project) "ubiquity crashed with TypeError in partman_column_name(): argument of type 'NoneType' is not iterable (affects: 6) (dups: 3) (heat: 58)" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/91203111:12
brendandi guess that was wrong11:12
jibelhi MrChrisDruif11:12
brendandbug 87064311:12
ubot4Launchpad bug 870643 in flashplugin-nonfree (Ubuntu) "package flashplugin-downloader failed to install/upgrade: wget: unable to resolve host address `archive.canonical.com' (affects: 40) (dups: 26) (heat: 282)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87064311:12
brendandthis is the one ^ jibel11:12
jibelbrendand, yeah, this is known and wont be fixed for A211:13
brendandjibel - ah11:13
jibelbrendand, there is a more general bug for this bug 87629811:14
ubot4Launchpad bug 876298 in update-manager (Ubuntu) (and 1 other project) "[MASTER] We need to better handle external payloads (Flash, msttcorefonts) not being available. (affects: 27) (dups: 15) (heat: 164)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/87629811:14
jibelbrendand, did you install with a wired or wireless connection ?11:14
MrChrisDruifI've got an "bug" with Precise11:16
MrChrisDruifI heard that LightDM *should* use the users background in Precise?11:16
jibelbrendand, that could be caused by bug 924998 too11:19
ubot4Launchpad bug 924998 in network-manager (Ubuntu) "no dns resolution when wireless connection is enabled by ubiquity (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92499811:19
brendandMrChrisDuif - I think that might not be implemented yet11:19
brendandjibel - yeah, could be that too11:20
brendandi didn't get the same yesterday though11:20
brendanddoesn't seem to be consistent11:20
jibelMrChrisDruif, I don't know how lightdm should behave with users' background. Did you ask on #ubuntu-bug or #ubuntu-desktop ?11:22
MrChrisDruifbrendand; http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2012/01/lightdm-wallpaper-switching-lands-in-precise/11:42
MrChrisDruifThat's how I learned about it11:44
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bladernr_jibel:  ping14:21
valdur55Hello. Sound control in xubuntu, lubuntu is ugly.  Sound lowering causes sound mute and Sound mute button doesn't work and sound up is not working14:22
valdur55And there aren't visual feedbak for sound changing like in kde, gnome and unity... When i install gnome-settings-daeomon then keymap is OK and i get visual feedback14:23
hggdhanyone noticing OpenJDK (started via a Java plugin in the web browser) using a *LOT* of resident memory? Mine is, right now, at 780M14:32
hggdhso if you add 700M from Java to 500M from FFox plus 300M from thunderbird plus 250M from Chromium-browser... this is a lot of memory (res) in use14:34
hggdhoh. Add 130M from compiz14:36
skaetvaldur55 - is there a bug number for the sound issue?14:54
valdur55but there is many posts about those desktops sound control14:55
valdur55Should i make ticket for this sound issue?15:16
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skaetwe've got some new lubuntu desktop images posted - is there anyone around who can give them a quick test out to see if the issues have been sorted?17:41
bdmurraybladernr_: regarding bug 924437 I think part of it is an ubuntu-website bug and the other is won't fix.  Does that make sense to you?19:49
ubot4Launchpad bug 924437 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Welcome screen release notes link points to ubuntu.com (affects: 1) (heat: 8)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/92443719:49
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bladernr_Yeah, it does... it's just a minor thing anyway20:10
bladernr_bdmurray:  ^^ my only real concern is "what if something in the release notes is necessary for $USER to install Ubuntu, but $USER does not have internet access while installing"20:11
bladernr_anyway, as I said, minor issue, I'm happy with what you and cjwatson had to say on the subject20:12
phillwHi folks, I'm struggling a bit here. I pulled in the latest build for Lubuntu 12.04 from zsync http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/daily-live/20120202/precise-desktop-amd64.iso.zsync and it refuses to 'see' my mouse on my Oracle VM Nachine. It has been working perfectly until now. Has anyone any experience of this happening?21:18
jibelPrecise Alpha 2 is out!21:22
jibelthank you to utlemming, gruemaster, stgraber, bladernr, jr, lbsolost, patrickdk, fabiomarconi, jonathan, charlie-tca, ruvolof,21:23
jibelalessiogrossosgarrillo, mcblackmar02, fabrizioorsini, irihapeti, albrigha, astraljava, andymc73, angelabad, ogra,21:23
jibelpaolorotolo, antonio-allegretti, gilir, len-ovenwerks, xdatap1, primes2h, linardv, hggdh2, moteprime, kanliot, dpolehn-gmail,21:23
jibelcarla-sella, riccardoangelino, kate.stewart, palma-salvatore, kidsodateless, claudio.arseni, nobuto, apulido, themuso, tgm4883,21:23
jibelcarlo-bottai, luigitanese, gridcube, kaiserclaudius and nskaggs,21:23
jibelThanks you all for testing this great milestone !21:23
Patrickdkand thank you, respins :)21:23
PaoloRotolojibel, thanks you :)21:24
stgraberjibel: thanks and congrats for finally becoming #1 http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/reports/testers/top20 :)21:25
jibel1 less achievement in life :D21:27
* Patrickdk needs to test more respins to get on there :)21:27
jibelI think lubuntu people also really enjoy respins21:28
Patrickdkhow many did they have?21:28
PatrickdkI think server had 6?21:28
Patrickdkoh, that is a fun error21:29
phillwjibel: respins are not my current favourite topic atm, the new one doesn't recognise the mouse on my VM :/21:29
Patrickdkclick on my name, next to logout, and I get, Access Denied :)21:29
stgraberPatrickdk: yeah, we don't allow people modifying their Drupal profile21:30
Patrickdkoh is that what that is?21:31
jibel6 respin too, but the last image is 4 hours old21:31
stgraberand there isn't an easy way to make Drupal drop the option from the UI ...21:31
jibelphillw, yeah, saw that with virtualbox. sounds like a bug in virtualbox, kvm is not affected21:32
Patrickdkubuntu desktop?21:32
phillwjibel: I'm just rolling back to 20120201.1 to check.21:32
phillwthey did some stuff with the unity bug for todays.21:33
astraljavaThanks, jibel! Especially for helping out with the tracker. :)22:06
balloonsjibel es #1!22:28
balloonscongrats good sir!22:28
zzecoolHello guy i have precise Alpha 1 installed  and right now my update manager ask me to remove almost the whole system  (unity  , nautilus , gnome shell ... all the libraries..... etc )  and only updates about 5 7 random packages....22:31
zzecooli know that alpha 2 is out22:31
zzecoolbut this doesnt sound right  if im gonna continue a bricked system is gonna be the fate22:32
zzecoolany clue??22:32
hggdhzzecool: this is both expected, and extreme22:38
zzecooli didnt get it22:38
hggdhzzecool: depending on the status of the archive, you may get requests to remove part of the system -- and *right* now it is highly probable22:38
zzecoolYeah ok but  strange thing is that this doesnt happening on my testing virtual machine running precise...22:39
hggdhzzecool: remember this is development. As such, packages may land that require updates elsewhere. If these updates are not available, the package manager may suggest removals22:39
zzecoolThis isnt right22:40
zzecoolill paste bin22:40
hggdhzzecool: then the best option is to open a bug, and make sure you (1) explain well what happened, and22:40
zzecoolto give you a better look22:40
hggdhzzecool: (2) you attach /var/log/apt/term.log and /var/log/apt/history.log22:41
zzecooltake a look here22:43
hggdhzzecool: I just tried a dist-upgrade now, and half of my system (Gnome/Unity/Sound) would be removed22:43
zzecoolsame problem here22:43
hggdhzzecool: yes. This is why we do not recommend to use apt-get22:44
zzecoolsame thing is happening with synaptic  , update manager or aptitude22:44
hggdhinstead, use update-manager. If you are not careful with apt-get, you can get a good chunck of your system removed22:45
hggdhyes, it will be the same22:45
zzecoolim  in #ubuntu+1  there are more ppl there with the same problem22:45
hggdhthe archive is not yet fully updated with the co-reqs for these updates22:45
zzecooland searching for a solution22:45
zzecoolahhh hggdh  thank you very much22:45
zzecooli dont know what co-reqs is22:47
zzecoolbut i feel its like mirrors are not fully update or something like that22:47
phillwagg, it's already hit the lubuntu mailing list.22:50
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phillwzzecool: I've just dug this thread up from our lubuntu testing area and emailed it our mailing list... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1479146 It wasn't specifically written for me, but I've been there, done it & got the 'Tee-Shirt' a few releases ago. hope it is informative.23:35
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zzecoollet me check23:37
zzecoolohh yes phillw  i allrdy read about it before23:38
zzecoolthank you though :)23:39

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