xnoxBug #100389011:18
ubot2Launchpad bug 1003890 in ubiquity "unittest FAIL: test_pages_fit_on_a_netbook (test_gtkui.TestFrontend)" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/100389011:18
CIA-62ubiquity: cjwatson * r5481 trunk/ (bin/ubiquity debian/changelog):11:19
CIA-62ubiquity: If ubiquity is started up in a non-UTF-8 locale, force it into C.UTF-811:19
CIA-62ubiquity: and fail immediately if that's unavailable (LP: #1003851).11:19
cjwatsonxnox: Ah, that tends to be somewhat environment-specific unfortunately11:19
cjwatsonxnox: I suspect you'll find it works in a clean chroot (e.g. an sbuild environment)11:19
cjwatsonxnox: Feel free to try to figure out exactly how to improve the test so that it works regardless; but it doesn't block builds and the like11:20
xnoxcjwatson: see bug, I had to create a symlink to '../pixmaps' to actually load the images -> calculate the real height of stuff -> fail the test11:20
xnoxi see if I can fail it in the sbuild as well ;-)11:21
cjwatsonYes, pixmaps presence makes a difference11:21
xnoxbut do we care about that test? cause 500 seems small11:22
cjwatsonAnyway, I tried to tackle that a while back and gave up, so I'm not going to try again, but don't let me stop you11:22
cjwatsonYes, we care, we get bugs when it's violated.11:22
cjwatsonThe test is there for a reason :-11:22
cjwatsonIt's a very bad user experience when people can't see the Next button11:22
CIA-62ubiquity: evand * r5482 ubiquity/ (15 files in 9 dirs):11:34
CIA-62ubiquity: Remove migration-assistant following foundations-q-testing-11:34
CIA-62ubiquity: migration-assistant. Thanks Dmitrijs Ledkovs!11:34
ev^ xnox thanks11:34
xnoxev: ok =) that was quick review ;-)11:34
evI've landed it, but I'm still poking at it to be absolutely sure11:35
xnoxev: I'm not sure if anything needs doing in ubiquity/frontend/gtk_ui.py with respect to backing out, now that we do not have migration assistant11:36
evif you're referring to the comment on gtk_ui:set_page:1142, then it still applies11:47
evbut I'll reword it11:47
CIA-62ubiquity: evand * r5483 ubiquity/ubiquity/frontend/gtk_ui.py: Tidy up comment.11:51
CIA-62ubiquity: cjwatson * r5484 trunk/ (debian/changelog ubiquity/i18n.py):12:10
CIA-62ubiquity: KDE fails to round-trip strings containing U+FEFF ZERO WIDTH NO-BREAK12:10
CIA-62ubiquity: SPACE, such as the translations of a few language names. Strip these12:10
CIA-62ubiquity: from language name translations.12:10
xnoxHow do you do RAID1 with UEFI. Is /efi a separate partition on both drives or can /efi be on top of RAID?12:13
cjwatsonI don't think the spec says.12:19
cjwatsonI'd say you need a GPT partition entry with the appropriate GUID on any drive the firmware might attempt to boot from.  (You can probably get away with it on only one.)12:20
xnox(and if 'the one' is borked, I do want to boot of the other one =) that's the point of RAID1 right?!)12:33
cjwatsonMm, except that if you use an actual RAID partition for it, I'd have thought you'd get the wrong GUID12:34
cjwatsonI don't remember how RAID on GPT works12:34
cjwatsonClearly you *want* it on all, but it might take some hacking, not sure12:35
* xnox can't wait for quad housing to arrive to test this properly12:35
=== mpt_ is now known as mpt
xnoxcause we do currently support UEFI installations from 12.04 media, afaik12:35
cjwatsonEasy enough to KVM up the GPT side of this to see what it looks like; you can probably do most of it without actual EFI firmware12:35
cjwatsonYou may find the partman-partitioning/default_label=gpt installer boot parameter helpful12:36
xnoxmy machine is lvm2 on top of luks and as it turned out kvm disk IO is painfully slow this way.12:36
cjwatsonNo separate non-luks/lvm partition?12:36
cjwatsonI do all my KVM stuff on an external USB disk; it's not exactly speedy but it's usable for installer testing12:37
* xnox is planning to reinstll to have some scratch non-luks space12:37
* xnox ... and UEFI/GPT12:37
tbrijeskihi folks - can anyone tell me where ubiquity picks up its gtk3 theme from? On a non gtk3 desktop it is unreadable14:34
stgrabertbrijeski: ubiquity gtk is only tested with ubuntu-artwork installed (which depends on light-themes and sets the required gsettings keys to make it the gtk3 thmee)14:40
stgraberso ubiquity itself doesn't come with a gtk3 theme, though there are a few css overrides in the code itself that won't look good with anything but light-themes14:40
tbrijeskiI know it doesn't come with it but I have tried a few different thigns to get it to work but it isn't setting it14:41
tbrijeskiI have set the gtk-3.0 thjeme in /usr/share/themes/Default, /root/.config/gtk-3.0, the live user ~/.config/gtk-3.0 and it doesn't seem to help14:42
stgraberinstalling ubuntu-artwork should do the trick unless you have another theme overriding gsettings14:42
xnoxogra_: would you please look at bug 940025 =))))14:45
ubot2Launchpad bug 940025 in debian-installer-netboot-images "[public] armadaxp net installer fails to properly encrypt disks (dm-crypt)" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/94002514:45
xnoxfrom comments it may be related to kernel settings / improprer console usage tty714:45
xnoxcjwatson: ^^^ you might know something about it as well14:46
tbrijeskistgraber - I'm running live now and figured it out - it will use a gtk3 theme as set by the live user but the theme has to have a gtk3 component in the theme directory so if the gtk2 desktop uses a gtk2 only theme it will look ugly.14:46
cjwatsonxnox: unlikely to have time today I'm afraid14:47
tbrijeskii copied one of the gtk3 theme folders over into the selected gtk2 theme and made sure the index.theme reflected this theme.14:48
tbrijeskistgraber - thanks just the same - I'll post it up on my forum for the remastersys users that have run into this. Have a great day!14:49
xnoxogra_: bug 848782 as well?14:55
ubot2Launchpad bug 848782 in flash-kernel "Serial console not enabled for passphrase prompt when using LUKS" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/84878214:55
ogra_xnox, i plan to actually update to a completely new flash-kernel, i'll look into these bugs afterwards in case they are still there17:08
xnoxogra_: ok thank you. Hmm... the first bug17:08
xnoxin description says "use full disk - guided LVM"17:08
xnoxyet the log says: RAID, XFS, ext3, ext4 and mount/write errors.....17:09
xnoxunless partman is looping across the devices, I got confused as to why the log mentions those17:09
xnoxand I have asked the reported to retest on a clean drive17:09
roadmrHey folks! I'm using d-i partman/early_command string debconf-set partman-auto/disk /dev/sda but I get "debconf-set: not found" in the logs. What to use instead?20:31
roadmr(my early_command is a bit more complex but the problem remains that debconf-set is not found - and I need to use some early_command magic, so I can't just d-i partman-auto/disk string /dev/sda)20:32
xnoxroadmr: my guess is that debconf is optional dependency (?!) and not available yet. I might be very wrong though. wait for someone better to answer20:34
xnoxor try mailing list from the topic.20:34
roadmrxnox: thanks :)20:38
roadmrxnox: what baffles me is that the example preseed has something that does just that, but doesn't seem to work on ubiquity (works fine on d-i, though)20:39
xnoxroadmr that's interesting. can you pastebin what you are trying to do?20:56

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