ScottKdebfx: Can you go through and very the fixes you included with 4.8.5 for library file overwrite issues over the weekend, so 4.8.5 can go to -updates on Monday?02:55
mah454Hello 06:48
mah454I want to change default clock format to jalali calendar . 06:48
mah454How can do this ?06:48
debfxScottK: I don't think I can verify bugs when I'm the uploader07:37
apacheloggermah454: iff one installs with a language/locale that is supposed to happen automatically08:07
apacheloggerif this is not the case the setting would be in systemsettings' locale configuration08:08
* shadeslayer tickles apachelogger08:16
* apachelogger leaves :P08:17
shadeslayeraw, don't be like that now08:18
mah454apachelogger: i need change it for all new users 08:22
mah454chnage default calendar format to jalali for all new users 08:23
mah454how can do this ?08:23
mah454this script is true ? clock.calendarType("jalali");09:34
mah454I want add this to DefaultLayout.js in KDE templates ...09:35
kubotu::qt-bugs:: [1051194] package libqtcore4 4:4.8.1-0ubuntu4 failed to install/upgrade: nicht vollständig gelesen ... @ https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1051194 (by bssmusic)09:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1051194 in qt4-x11 (Ubuntu) "package libqtcore4 4:4.8.1-0ubuntu4 failed to install/upgrade: nicht vollständig gelesen in Pufferkopie für Backend dpkg-deb während »./usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libQtCore.so.4.8.1«" [Undecided,New]09:37
shadeslayermah454: /usr/share/kubuntu-default-settings/kde4-profile/default/share/apps/plasma-desktop/init/00-defaultLayout.js10:14
shadeslayerread that10:14
mah454shadeslayer: I want change default calendar for all users to Jalali 10:14
mah454How can do this ?10:15
shadeslayershould be doable using plasma desktop scripting10:15
shadeslayerread the file I just pointed out10:15
shadeslayerthen create something like 01-my-defaults.js10:15
shadeslayerKDE 4.9.1 packages in staging : https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa/+archive/staging10:20
shadeslayerMy upgrade from ninjas went fine last night, so let me know if you have issues10:20
mah454KDE 4.9 stored in kubuntu-update repository ?10:22
shadeslayernope, I've put it in staging atm10:23
shadeslayerI'll copy it this evening10:24
shadeslayer( to kubuntu backports )10:24
apacheloggershadeslayer: calendar has nothing to do with plasma11:13
shadeslayerapachelogger: I thought he was talking about the plasma widget calendar11:14
apacheloggerthat also obeys klocale I should hope11:14
apacheloggermah454: echo $LANG11:15
mah454apachelogger: en_US.UTF-811:15
apacheloggeris that intended?11:16
apacheloggergreat, now I don't see the painting delay from yesterday in ubiquity anymore11:25
apacheloggerhooray -.-11:25
shadeslayerdpkg-source: info: applying bypass-braindead-buildsystem11:29
mparilloshadeslayer: When you wrote that the KDE SC 4.9.1 packages are in staging, does that mean you would like somebody to test applying them? I just installed a 10.4.1 virtualized image just in case.11:31
shadeslayermparillo: yus :)11:31
shadeslayermparillo: see https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-ppa/+archive/staging11:31
mparilloso I need to add a new repository to Muon?11:33
shadeslayertemporarily, yes11:33
mparilloI was going to add under Other Software ppa:kubuntu-ppa/staging11:36
mparilloBut it asks for something like deb http://...11:36
shadeslayermparillo: use : deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/kubuntu-ppa/staging/ubuntu precise main 11:37
mparilloSo, I use:11:37
mparillodeb http://ppa.launchpad.net/kubuntu-ppa/staging/ubuntu precise main 11:37
shadeslayerI just do add-apt-repository via command line11:37
shadeslayerthat's the easiest way11:37
mparilloSo, now I have done it, and Muon shows a TON of Not Installed packages.11:39
shadeslayeraye, mark all of them for a upgrade11:39
yofelhm, software-properties *should* support ppa: syntax - or that simply isn't implemented in the KDE one (which sounds likely)11:39
yofelalso, please make sure you disable the PPA again after installing the packages11:39
shadeslayer^ that's why I said temporarily ;)11:40
yofelah right :)11:40
mparilloHmm, there is not the normal mark for upgrades checkbox.11:40
yofelcheck for updates first11:40
BluesKajHiyas all11:40
yofelhi BluesKaj11:41
BluesKajhey yofel11:41
shadeslayermparillo: yofel ppa:kubuntu-ppa/ppa worked for me11:43
yofelhm, someone forgot to take calligra out of the ISO's - with wallpapers and libreoffice added we've hit the size limit11:45
mparilloShadeslayer: Hmmm, it did not say re-start required, but I will try anyway.12:01
shadeslayerwhy would you restart :P12:05
apacheloggerno xnox :(12:10
mparilloshadeslayer: After a re-bot of my VM, opening Dolphin, about KDE, I get: KDE - Be Free!12:12
mparilloPlatform Version 4.9.112:12
mparilloI call that a successful test case execution!12:12
mparillos /re-bot/re-boot/12:13
shadeslayeralright then, I'll copy it to backports12:14
shadeslayermparillo: fwiw you can just relogin to get the new KDE12:15
shadeslayerno need to reboot12:15
shadeslayermparillo: I believe you have a release announcement ready somewhere?12:16
shadeslayeralrighty, debs copied12:20
shadeslayer!find stylerc12:26
ubottuPackage/file stylerc does not exist in quantal12:26
mparilloshadeslayer: I do. It is written, but not published. I do not know if Riddell has reviewed it yet.12:34
shadeslayermparillo: please add the information about backported packages as wel12:35
mparilloshadeslayer: I published the news item. It is the lead news item on http://www.kubuntu.org/12:45
shadeslayerawesome :D12:46
tsimpsonanyone can update a news item: http://www.kubuntu.org/news/kde-plasma-workspaces-applications-and-platform-491 <- the link to "KDE SC 4.9.1" has an extraneous double-quote one the end of the link13:09
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shadeslayertsimpson: sec13:25
ScottKdebfx: You can.13:25
ScottKThe only thing you can't do if you're the uploader is approve/accept the upload.13:25
ScottK(which only affects SRU team members)13:26
shadeslayertsimpson: fixed13:27
debfxScottK: that seems a bit pointless to me since uploading should already imply that it's tested by the one who prepared the package13:35
ScottKRight, but you would have tested before the upload.  The goal is to test the actual packages in the archive in case something went astray.13:36
ScottKWe're relying on the fact that the SRU team reviews the diff for each upload.13:36
ScottKFor hardware specific stuff we might want more testing, but for something simple like thses, I think it's fine.13:37
ScottKIt would be nice if someone could verify the fixes for phonon-backend-gstreamer too.13:39
debfxok, I hope I got all file overwrite bugs13:48
BluesKajScottK, which fixes for phonon-backend-gstreamer ...I've been using the vlc backend 13:56
apacheloggeroh actually13:58
apacheloggertsdgeos may want to verify one of them13:59
apacheloggerBluesKaj: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/phonon-backend-gstreamer/+bug/1028903/comments/113:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1028903 in phonon-backend-gstreamer (Ubuntu) "SRU Phonon GStreamer 4.6.2 to 12.04" [High,New]13:59
BluesKajok , thanks apachelogger14:02
Sentynelhi folks, looks like there's a minor packaging error with today's 12.04 kubuntu-backports kde update - the kopete package refuses to install due to a conflict with kopete-gcall over /usr/bin/googletalk-call. removing the kopete-gcall package and reinstalling kopete seems to fix things14:23
mparillotsimpson shadeslayer sorry about that extra double quote. Innacuarate copying and pasting, I bet.14:27
shadeslayermparillo: np14:28
ScottKshadeslayer: Is the kopete-gcall issue Sentynel mentioned from your update?16:18
ScottKdebfx: Thanks.16:18
shadeslayerhuh? where?16:18
* shadeslayer looks16:19
Sentynelkopete-gcall is a really old package apparently, and should have been long gone16:20
shadeslayerI can't find it in precise :)16:21
Sentynelhttp://pastebin.com/AHgzTaRK here's the exact error16:21
shadeslayerI did a clean install on my system and ugprade from whaterver was on 12.04.1 to 4.9.1 .. no issues16:21
Sentynelyeah, I dunno how the heck that was still there16:22
ScottKshadeslayer: If it's an old package, just add conflicts/breaks.16:22
shadeslayerScottK: yeah, that's what I was thinking16:22
ScottKObviously if you don't have the old package installed, you won't get the error.16:22
shadeslayeryep ... 16:22
shadeslayerScottK: should I also add it to quantal packages?16:24
ScottKIt went away after 4.6.16:24
ScottKSo we should add it in precise and leave quantal alone.16:24
ScottKSentynel: Would you please file a bug.16:24
ScottKshadeslayer: Would you please prepare an update to the pending 4.8.5 SRU for kdenetworking that fixes it and upload it.  I can accept it then.16:25
shadeslayerScottK: sure16:25
shadeslayergive me a couple of minutes ....16:25
ScottKThanks.  Ping me when it's uploaded.16:25
SentynelScottK: sure, where?16:29
ScottKOr not16:30
Sentynelit's kdenetwork16:31
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1051333 in kdenetwork (Ubuntu) "Kopete 4.9.1-0ubuntu1~ubuntu12.04.1~ppa2 package install fails with old kopete-gcall package installed" [Undecided,New]16:33
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ScottKshadeslayer: ^^^16:39
shadeslayeraye, I'll get to it right after dinner16:39
ScottKI updated where it was targeted and assigned it to you.16:42
shadeslayerScottK: uploaded16:59
ScottKshadeslayer: Thanks.16:59
shadeslayerSentynel: thanks for pointing that out :)17:01
Sentynelno worries17:03
bambeeHi, is it possible to disable the check "scanning for Btrfs filesystems" at bootup ? it's very slow and I have not btrfs partitions...17:53
yofelbambee: set check pass to 0 in fstab17:54
yofelas of quantal fsck.btrfs is a noop at boot17:54
bambeestrange :\17:55
yofelwhich release are you on?17:55
bambeeI use the development branch17:55
bambeeso quantal17:55
bambeeand it's up to date17:55
yofelhm... it shouldn't be slow there...17:55
yofeluse the fstab setting then17:56
bambeeyofel: the boot takes... 45s - 1 min... and "scanning for btrfs filesystems" takes... 30s...17:57
bambeeon precise the boot was really fast17:58
yofelnot sure why the *scan* would take so long unless you have a weird disk setup. #btrfs might know something17:58
yofelsorry, have to go now, bbl17:59
bambeethanks for your help18:01
ScottKshadeslayer: The last version of kopete-gcall in the archive was  4:4.6.2-0ubuntu1, so your versioning is incorrect.  Since we want the package removed, just drop the version and re-upload.18:20
ScottKshadeslayer: Thanks.18:32
ScottKShouldn't that be Conflicts/Replaces?18:34
shadeslayeryou said Conflicts/Breaks earlier ;)18:35
shadeslayerThough since we declare Conflicts, I believe dpkg will first remove kopete-gcall18:37
shadeslayerwhich in turn will allow kopete to be unpacked without issues18:37
ScottKPlease don't assume I know what I'm talking about.18:37
ScottKIn the good old days (pre-Breaks) it would have been Conflicts/Replaces.18:37
ScottKI think this is one of the situations where you still want Conflicts.18:38
ScottKSince you want the package to go away entirely.18:38
shadeslayerScottK: long day ? :P18:39
ScottKSorry for the confusion.18:39
ScottKLong week.  Day will be a lot longer before it's done.18:39
shadeslayerah .. :)18:39
shadeslayerScottK: uh, rejected again?18:43
ScottKDidn't we decide it was wrong?18:43
ScottKBecause you made the mistake of listening to me.18:44
shadeslayerwait, I believe Conflicts removes kopete-gcall, so why the need to add Replaces?18:44
shadeslayersince the package will have been already removed, there's no file that kopete will be conflicting with18:45
ScottKConflicts just says they can't both be installed at the same time.18:46
ScottKIt's the Replaces that tells dpkg to resolve the conflict by removing kopete-gcall.18:46
ScottKA bare conflicts will just cause one package to fail to install/upgrade.18:46
* shadeslayer read the docs incorrectly18:46
shadeslayergosh :P18:48
shadeslayeruploaded again18:49
* ScottK looks again.18:51
ScottKshadeslayer: Accepted.  Thanks.18:54
ScottKshadeslayer: Don't forget to fix your PPA packages too.18:54
* shadeslayer goes back to splitting his sources18:54
shadeslayerScottK: already uploading18:54
shadeslayerohai Riddell19:00
Riddellwhat's new?19:00
ScottKRiddell: The fixed LibreOffice is building, so I went ahead and uploaded the new kubuntu-meta that reflects the seed changes from the KC meeting.19:01
ScottKLast night's images were insanely large because (I think) they had both LO and all of Calligra on them.19:01
ScottKI may have powerpc hardware soon, so I might be able to start testing that.  Not sure for Beta 2, but almost certainly before release.19:02
shadeslayertrying to figure out why plasma doesn't read the proper configs that I set :P19:06
RiddellScottK: you're getting an old mac?  or some obscure new thing?19:07
ScottKOld Mac.19:07
ScottKCirca 2005.19:08
mparilloshadeslayer: The KDE SCE 4.9.1 PPA for 10.4.x does *NOT* upgrade rekonq, right? I am still at rekonq19:59
mparilloVersion 0.9.1. That is working as designed?19:59
kubotumparillo: You did something wrong... Try s/you/me/ or tell me "help sed"19:59
shadeslayershould not upgrade rekonq19:59
shadeslayerhowever I see 1.0 in backports19:59
mparillobut that is a separate additon, right?20:00
shadeslayermparillo: http://paste.kde.org/549614/20:00
Riddellmparillo: rekonq isn't part of KDE SC20:05
Riddellit's released separately20:05
mparilloTY both. I seem to have lost muon entirely. 20:10
mparilloI re-installed muon, and added ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports to my Software Sources > Other Software, but it says rekonq is installed, and no change is requested. I added Pre-Released updates to Kubuntu Updates tab, but it still said no change is requested.20:21
Riddellmparillo: what makes you think it's not installed?20:29
mparilloOh, rekonq is installed, but I am wondering how to upgrade it. 20:31
yofelto which version? precise has 1.0 in backports from what I see20:31
apacheloggermercy I say20:34
mparilloExactly. I have gotten used to the new version in the 12.10 beta and was wondering how to get it on 12.04.20:34
yofelah, that'll need a backport first20:35
mparilloSo I added ppa:kubuntu-ppa/backports to my muon.20:36
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Riddellmparillo: nobody has done a backport 20:41
Riddellmparillo: nobody has done a backport 20:44
mparilloFine by me. I was getting ready to go back to the daily 12.10 build anyway. I just loaded 12.04.1 because I thought shadeslayer might have liked a quick test of KDE SC 4.9.1 on 12.04.120:47
mparilloWow, the daily images is over a GB. Does it have both LO and Calligra? I saw something about LO menus20:55
Riddellmparillo: yes I think that'll be why21:03
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