alex_mayorgaIdleOne: Thanks, let me try, guess yesterday's afternoon was not a good time to jump to quantal :S00:07
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: E: Internal Error, No file name for libattr100:08
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: Do you want me to paste the whole thing?00:08
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: Here http://paste.ubuntu.com/1109262/00:12
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: FWIW this quest started at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dpkg/+bug/1015567/comments/900:16
IdleOnetry sudo apt-get install --reinstall libattr100:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1015567 in dpkg (Ubuntu Quantal) "upgrade failed: mixed non-coinstallable and coinstallable package instances present" [High,Triaged]00:16
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: seems like it's stuck http://paste.ubuntu.com/1109269/00:17
IdleOnealex_mayorga: I am not sure what else to do, sorry.00:20
alex_mayorgaIdleOne: No worries, thanks on checking00:20
alex_mayorgaIs there a way to apt-get remove forcefully?00:40
bazhanghelp with what02:06
johnjohn101alpha 3 out this week?04:03
johnjohn101ok next week.. looks very good so far04:04
micahg!schedule | johnjohn10104:06
ubottujohnjohn101: A schedule of Quantal Quetzal (12.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalReleaseSchedule04:06
johnjohn101micahg: This page does not exist yet. You can create a new empty page, or use one of the page templates.04:07
johnjohn101that is the correct link04:08
johnjohn101in two days!!04:09
micahgok, submitted a correction04:10
ubottuA schedule of Quantal Quetzal (12.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalReleaseSchedule04:15
IdleOnethank you micahg04:15
johnjohn101it still didn't make the correct link04:18
IdleOnejohnjohn101: try !schedule04:23
ubottuA schedule of Quantal Quetzal (12.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalReleaseSchedule04:28
ubottuA schedule of Quantal Quetzal (12.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalQuetzal/ReleaseSchedule04:29
IdleOnethank you.04:29
johnjohn101i do what i can04:29
smallfoot-superhero of today!04:55
smallfoot-omg alpha 3 tommorrow04:56
philballewanyone else see this?06:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1028361 in jockey (Ubuntu) "jockey-gtk claims to install but does not show as being installed." [Undecided,New]06:52
peterrusWhen can this be expected in quantal?10:02
peterrusit is needed to get function keys working on several asus-laptop models (including the zenbook line)10:02
peterrusi am currently using some funky tar containing the source build with dkms10:03
peterrusbut that doesn't sound like the way to go10:03
WaltherRunning ubuntu 12.04, tried running update-manager -cd but id doesn't show 12.10, are the repo's not ready yet?12:30
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smartboyhwAnyone tested the Alpha 3 builds using ISO QA Tracker?14:24
ActionParsnipi'm on Quantal, but not using any tracker etc14:25
smartboyhwThe website14:25
Picismartboyhw: The folks in #ubuntu-testing would be the most knowledgable14:26
smartboyhwI am in #ubuntu-testing14:26
brendandsmartboyhw, what do you want to know?14:26
smartboyhwAnyone reported bugs or something14:27
PiciThere are a few bugs listed on the tracker itself for the alpha, but I suppose you knew that already14:29
smartboyhwYeah, sadly I didn't find any bugs...14:29
smartboyhwMYSELF, at least14:34
smartboyhwAre you guys dead?14:34
smartboyhwNo one responses14:35
ActionParsnipreport a bug14:35
smartboyhwEr, what?14:36
ActionParsnipsmartboyhw: if you have found a bug, you should report it14:38
smartboyhwI didn't14:39
smartboyhwThat's the problem14:39
ActionParsnipsmartboyhw: then you should now14:40
smartboyhwI don't HAVE a BUG14:40
smartboyhwIs it my problem?14:40
WaltherRunning ubuntu 12.04, tried running update-manager -cd but  id doesn't show 12.10, are the repo's not ready yet?14:44
smartboyhwupdate manager -d or -d -c, not -cd14:47
smartboyhwYou should change the options to "For all new releases"14:47
ActionParsnipWalther: did you edit /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and set Prompt=normal14:47
smartboyhwNot For every LTS releases14:47
WaltherAnyway, what is the state of QQ? Stable enough for using or say, ~hourly crashes?14:51
WaltherI know, officially it is still pre-alpha or something14:51
Waltherbut how are your experiences14:51
ActionParsnipWalther: mines been ok except a suspend but which is now ok14:52
ActionParsnipWalther: but my systems are super linux compatible14:52
Waltherwell, I'm not using anything "weird" except wacom graphire and aluminum slim keyboard, GTX570 should be supported well etc14:53
WaltherAlso, should it be "safe" to upgrade or should I just do the regular clean install as usual14:54
ActionParsnipI've always clean installed since Hardy after my gutsy upgrade failed14:55
WaltherI've done all three variants of upgrades... Upgrades, clean installs, and "clean installs" with /home not affected14:56
ActionParsnipWalther: with a file server, I have very little user data on my systems so makes upgrades easy15:06
okay I'm not having any problems with qq, I don't see why you would Walther15:12
okayalso Walther, I remember reading that update-manager has a bug with upgrading to qq, but do-release-upgrade -d works just fine, my only warning is lightdm wouldnt let me log in under anything except the guest session, and even then I just cleared out a bunch of ~/.config and ~/.gconf files15:14
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IdleOneweee kernel update17:22
* IdleOne prepares for the worst17:22
ActionParsniphopefully it doesn't ruin suspend like the last one :)17:23
IdleOneI'll be happy if I get a GUI when I reboot17:24
genii-aroundI haven't had any of that, luckily. On 3.5.0-6.6 currently17:26
ActionParsnip!bug 102718217:27
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1027828 in linux (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1027182 [Quantal] black screen on resume on 3.5.0-5.5 (regression from 3.5.0-4.4)" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/102782817:27
ActionParsnipits been the only real issue I've had with Ubuntu, since Gutsy when I started using it17:30
okaydoes the boot splash work for anyone else? I just get a black screen up until lightdm17:33
ActionParsnipokay: always had that, never bothered me17:38
okaymight be because I had the xubuntu one for a while17:39
okayguess ill try sudo dpkg-reconfigure plymouth-theme-ubuntu-logo17:39
ActionParsnipokay: do you use proprietary video drivers?17:41
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genii-aroundIdleOne: Success, i take it18:02
IdleOneI like it when things just work18:02
ubottuA schedule of Quantal Quetzal (12.10) release milestones can be found here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalQuetzal/ReleaseSchedule19:30
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smallfoot-why i cant upgrade from 12.04 to 12.1022:22
smallfoot-i use 'update-manager -d' ?22:22
smallfoot-it say it haz no updates22:22
trismsmallfoot-: you need to enable normal upgrades in software-properties-gtk on the updates tab22:24
centrelinksmallfoot-: I've heard update-manager is broken with 12.10, so I'd recommend you do "do-release-upgrade -d"22:25
smallfoot-"You have to download a total of 939 M. This download will take about 3 minutes with your connection."22:27
smallfoot-939 in 3 mins, ya im fast internet baby!22:28
smallfoot-939 M? whats M its million?22:28
smallfoot-million what?22:28
smallfoot-bits, bytes, boobs?22:28
smallfoot-this is a bug22:28
smallfoot-Errors were encountered while processing:22:43
smallfoot- unity22:43
smallfoot- gnome-settings-daemon22:43
smallfoot- gnome-panel22:43
smallfoot- gnome-contacts22:43
smallfoot- rhythmbox-plugins22:43
smallfoot- rhythmbox22:43
smallfoot- gnome-font-viewer22:43
smallfoot- cheese22:43
smallfoot- ubuntuone-client-gnome22:43
smallfoot- gnome-control-center22:43
smallfoot- nautilus22:43
smallfoot- gnome-screensaver22:43
smallfoot- gnome-shell22:43
smallfoot- rhythmbox-plugin-cdrecorder22:43
smallfoot- nautilus-sendto22:43
trismsmallfoot-: pastebin22:43
smallfoot-thats bad?22:45

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