evcjwatson: wubi r273 is in place08:56
ogra_whee. CIA just crashed with a huge backtrace09:53
cjwatsonCIA is dead09:53
cjwatsonDebian's switched to something similar called KGB; I've been meaning to do the same, but probably not in time for 12.1009:54
cjwatson(Don't know what the client code is like)09:54
ogra_k, so i'll just diable the bzr plugin for now09:55
cjwatsonYeah, you might as well09:55
ogra_i assume there is another ubiquity upload palnned before final ?09:59
ogra_(so i dont need to upload this dependency change)10:00
xnoxcjwatson: KGB doesn't have bzr support, yet... ;-)10:00
cjwatsonogra_: Yes10:01
cjwatsonxnox: Somebody will have to add it then :)10:01
xnoxcjwatson: I was thinking more about launchpad's code RSS to IRC bot.10:02
xnoxcjwatson: although mail2irc might be better for the "X revisions removed" notifications as well.10:02
cjwatsonIt would certainly be nice for it not to be client-side10:03
cjwatsonogra_: removed the rls-q-incoming tag on the redboot-tools bug, btw - it's redundant since the bug's targeted to quantal10:07
ogra_oh, k10:08
pgranerev, you around?14:15
evpgraner: hi14:15
pgranerev, on todays ARM image I got a ubiquity crash and it told me it was already reported, and the bug is fixed released bug # 72784214:16
pgranerev, regression?14:16
xnoxpgraner: probably a new bug with identical signature/symptoms.14:17
evyeah, quite possibly14:17
xnoxor regression.14:17
xnoxpgraner: if the system is still running can you do apport-collect 727842 to get the logs anyway?14:18
pgranerxnox, yea its running I'll do that14:18
xnoxpreferrably sudo as well =)14:18
xnoxI didn't manage to reproduce that one, but heard that people are hitting it, somehow.14:18
pgranerxnox, well now it tells me the launchpadlib python module is not installed. this functionality is not available14:20
* xnox headdesk.14:21
xnoxpgraner: attach to he bug or pastebin me: /var/log/syslog & /var/log/installer/*14:21
xnoxogra_: arm images don't have launchpadlib installed or what's the story there?! =/14:21
ogra_xnox, no idea, i didnt exclude it from the seed14:22
cjwatsonI thought we just didn't have python-launchpadlib installed by default anywhere any more14:22
cjwatsoninstall it then repeat, I guess14:23
pgranercjwatson, I tried but on arm it won't let me, I get not enough space errors14:31
pgranerxnox, syslog: drm.debug=7 omapdss.debug=114:33
pgranerinstaller/debug: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1269335/14:33
pgranerinstaller/dm http://paste.ubuntu.com/1269336/14:33
xnoxpgraner: ok. will fix.14:33
pgranerinstaller/version drm.debug=7 omapdss.debug=114:34
pgranerinstaller/version: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1269337/14:34
xnoxpgraner: in short. You really should attach external USB stick / HDD to be used for target installation.14:34
pgranersorry cut n paste error14:34
pgranerxnox, if thats the case can me not make it available so its not obvious?14:35
xnoxpgraner: it's more or less bug 105303014:36
ubot2Launchpad bug 1053030 in ubiquity "highly confusing UI on desktop when installation media is big enough and no external storage is attached" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/105303014:36
pgranerxnox, then I'll shut up now14:36
xnoxwell... the bug title says it all, doesn't it =)14:37
* pgraner nos14:37
cjwatsonok, preparing ubiquity upload15:06
cjwatsongrr, would be faster if people didn't put changelog entries in the wrong place15:11
ogra_me ?15:24
* ogra_ is always worried when doing stuff in a rush15:32
cjwatsonright, 2.12.9 uploading15:32
stgrabercjwatson: I'll do the review once it hits the queue15:34
stgraberalirght, looks like I'm done catching up on the bugs since last Wednesday and my list of quantal-targeted bugs is now down to zero!18:34
stgrabercjwatson: anything you'd want me to focus on for the rest of today and tomorrow? otherwise I'll just go look at unassigned installer bugs on the foundations bug list.18:35
cjwatsonYour default is just fine :)18:36
cjwatsonUnless you have secure boot hardware18:36
stgrabercjwatson: actually, looks like there's a UEFI update for my machine introducing "windows 8 support" which very well might be secureboot. I'll apply and see if I then get the SecureBoot variables in /sys/firmware/efi/vars18:52
cjwatsonWe're cutting it extremely fine getting SB support in, so we will probably have a huge rush to test whether our big pile of patches actually work19:04
stgrabercjwatson: and I now have SecureBoot-8be4df61-93ca-11d2-aa0d-00e098032b8c/ in /sys/firmware/efi/vars!19:56
stgrabertook me a while to figure out how to boot the .sio from Lenovo as I don't have a cdrom drive. Turned out to be some kind of vfat fs embeded in a .iso (mounting the iso didn't list anything), extracted that, noticed that it had a /EFI, dumped it to a usb drive => finally booted :)19:57
stgrabercjwatson: just went to inspect the new BIOS. It now has a bunch of secureboot option and lets me turn csm on/off too. It doesn't seem to contain any key at the moment (stuck in setup mode) and was disabled by default.20:01
stgrabercjwatson: and looks like Ubuntu still boots fine (with secure boot enabled but in setup mode and without any key loaded) ;) so if you have anything in particular you want me to test, let me know20:04
cjwatsonWe should have images over the next day or so, depending on when we can manage to escalate our signing problem to Microsoft20:05

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