ScottKyofel: The 12.04 dvd's should still be downloadable.03:33
shadeslayerScottK: they're MIA03:37
shadeslayerI did see some DVD's , but no proper release DVD03:37
shadeslayermore specifically, nothing here http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/kubuntu/dvd/03:39
shadeslayeramrhf is MIA as well, no idea where the images went tbh03:39
shadeslayerScottK: yofel Riddell I've emailed the release team, let's see what they can do08:58
kubotu::workspace-bugs:: [1013626] systemsettings crashed with ImportError in /usr/share/kde4/apps/language-selector/language... @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1013626 (by Xavier Besnard)10:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1013626 in language-selector (Ubuntu Quantal) "systemsettings crashed with ImportError in /usr/share/kde4/apps/language-selector/language-selector.py: No module named LanguageSelector.qt.QtLanguageSelector" [High,Triaged]10:53
kubotu::qt-bugs:: [1041586] package libqt4-declarative 4:4.8.1-0ubuntu4.2 failed to install/upgrade: libqt4-declarativ... @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1041586 (by caceres)17:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1041586 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "package libqt4-declarative 4:4.8.1-0ubuntu4.2 failed to install/upgrade: libqt4-declarative:amd64 4" [Undecided,New]17:03
shadeslayerDVD's are up, could someone update the download page ?19:16
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yofel_shadeslayer: I'll do it21:33
yofel_shadeslayer: done21:41
mparilloDoes that mean we should have a news item?21:43
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uglyoldbobhi im looking to find the source code for the binary /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kscreenlocker so i can make some changes and submit a patch22:00
xnoxuglyoldbob: dpkg -S /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/kscreenlocker -> will give you binary package22:06
xnoxuglyoldbob: $ apt-cache show $binary | grep Source22:06
xnoxwill give you source package22:06
xnoxuglyoldbob: $ apt-get source $srcpackage22:06
xnoxwill give you source code22:06
uglyoldbobso, there's already a ~/.kde/Autostart and ~/.kde/shutdown, I want to add ~/.kde/lock_screen and ~/.kde/unlock_screen folders by modifying kscreenlocker22:09
uglyoldbobxnox: thanks for the help on retrieving source code22:12
rdieteruglyoldbob: seems to me hooking kscreenlocker events into systemsettings->applications&system notifications may get what you want too, then you get audio, speech, run-command, popups implementations for free22:16
rdieteri looked, was a little surprised it wasn't already there.22:17
uglyoldbobwhen i use the "run command" option for Screen unlocked and specify a bash script, how do i tell what user the screen was locked/unlocked for?22:20
rdieterthe script will run in that users' session,  so $USER  ?22:21
rdieteruglyoldbob: is "Screen unlocked" event already there, and i just didn't see it?22:22
uglyoldbobyeah, im not sure if it does what i need though22:22
uglyoldbobwell i got it to run a command, but the script does not have the information need (the username)22:27
rdieteruglyoldbob: USER environment var isn't defined?22:33
rdieterKDE_SESSION_UID should be there too at least22:34
uglyoldbobapplications&system notifications is a per user setting or global setting?22:35
rdieterboth (i think), there can be global defaults, and local user settings can override those22:36
uglyoldbobhow do i change these without using the gui?22:37
rdieterper user ones are generally of the form:  ~/.kde/share/config/foo.notifyrc22:37
uglyoldbobok i see that setting, can an event do more than one execute?22:39
rdieterfor example, I just set konversation highlights to trigger a popup,  and now I have  ~/.kde/share/config/konversation.notifyrc containing: [Event/highlight]  Action=Sound|Popup22:40
rdieteruglyoldbob: I envision > 1 may be problematic, but you  could try:  command1; command222:40
uglyoldbobim working on some scripts that will allow irexec and lircrcd for each user22:46
uglyoldbobi can't get kscreenlocker [Event/unlocked] to execute a script [Event/locked] works fine23:31
uglyoldbobhmm, setting it to log works for both events23:34
uglyoldbobhmm just a mistake on my part i have to find23:38

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