attentedobey: hey, sorry about that, i have about 40 of them02:10
attenteone for each session that i assume crashed02:10
RamsramboI am running Quantal 12.10 I need libcstdc++ lib for installing lotus Symphony where do I get this from?04:42
boydoyi just want to ask how can update my driver on ubuntu?06:01
didrocksgood morning06:19
cyphermoxgood morning didrocks!06:26
didrockshey cyphermox! shouldn't you be in bed? :)06:26
cyphermoxI should, yeah06:27
pittiGood morning06:40
didrockshey pitti06:41
didrockshow are you?06:41
pittididrocks: quite fine, thank you! how about yourself?06:42
didrockspitti: I'm good, thanks! :)06:42
jibelgood morning08:20
didrockssalut jibel, ça va?08:22
jibelsalut didrocks , très bien et toi ?08:23
didrocksjibel: ça va bien bien :-)08:26
popeyAnyone else get an "Ubuntu core installer" dialog appear on screen when they plug a Nexus 7 device into a machine running Raring?08:53
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seb128hey desktopers09:04
Laneypopey: yeah09:09
LaneyI think that might be the thing xnox worked on but I didn't look into it09:09
seb128Laney, hey, how are you?09:11
didrockshey Laney, seb12809:11
Laneyseb128: pretty good thank you09:11
Laneyhey didrocks09:11
Laneyhow are you both?09:11
seb128didrocks, lut09:12
seb128I'm good thanks09:12
popeyLaney: well.. I'm getting it before I login.. which is somewhat alarming09:13
popeyI am able to browse the filesystem before login09:13
Laneypopey: I can't make it come up09:23
Laneymaybe you need an android n7?09:23
popeyyes, mine is android09:24
Laneynothing doing09:25
Laneyperhaps you could investigate and find out what process is responsible?09:25
popeytrying to make it come up again09:26
Laneyi defintiely saw it once but just dismissed it09:26
* popey reboots09:27
Laneyseems hard to get it when you want it ...09:27
* Laney coughs09:27
popeystory of my life09:27
xnoxpopey: =)))) that's my doing it's "usb-creator" in disguise & it can reflash nexus7 images from cdimage.ubuntu.com ;-)09:36
xnoxpopey: i hope it pops up only when you are in fastboot mode.....09:37
xnox(the power button down & lower volume down boot mode)09:37
xnoxif it also pops up at other times it's a bug =(09:37
Laneyxnox: i'm not even getting it to appear then09:40
Laneybut the original report was about how it popped up over the login screen09:40
xnoxLaney: can you paste lsusb when it doesn't appear.09:40
xnoxLaney: ah, that can happen. I didn't think about it being plugged in at login screen....09:41
Laneyfastboot devices shows it09:41
xnoxhmmm... i should skip login screen.09:41
popeyxnox: it pops up randomly09:42
popeyi.e. not when my device is in fastboot/debug/whatever mode, and also during login screen09:42
popeyso what should I file bugs against?09:43
xnoxpopey: yes please, against usb-creator09:43
popeyusb-creator-gtk ?09:43
Laneyi only see stop/pre-start entries in /v/l/upstart/u-c-g.log*09:51
xnoxLaney: can you test / try http://paste.ubuntu.com/1615884/09:53
xnox(that's what i was hoping to include in the next upload)09:54
xnoxbut now I need != root check (to filter login screen) and fastboot cmd line check (make sure it's in debug mode)09:54
Laneyoho, I was looking in the package09:55
Laneydidn't notice that the one on my system was different09:55
popeyok, xnox bug 1117165 and bug 111716709:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 1117165 in usb-creator (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu Core Installer pops up over login screen" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/111716509:56
ubot2Launchpad bug 1117167 in usb-creator (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu core installer pops up randomly when not desired" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/111716709:56
xnoxpopey: thanks.09:56
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Laneyxnox: do I have to reboot / restart something to get upstart to notice that I changed that?09:57
xnoxLaney: magic inotify should do it's thing. Or you can force reload with $ sudo initctl reload-configuration09:58
Laneyyeah it comes up now09:59
chrisccoulsonhmmmm, https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/raring-ppa-adt-ubuntu_mozilla_daily_ppa-firefox-trunk/14/ARCH=amd64,label=adt/10:28
chrisccoulsonperhaps it should check to make sure that the source version == installed package version10:29
xnoxchrisccoulson: yeah, i never got that bit of adt testing where adt tests are in the source package instead of binary.... oh well.10:40
chrisccoulsonxnox, well, my tests are in the binary. the only thing in the source is a tiny shell script to start it :)10:40
xnoxah, than it's easier =)10:41
chrisccoulson216753 ERROR TEST-UNEXPECTED-FAIL | /tests/dom/devicestorage/ipc/test_ipc.html | Test timed out.11:18
chrisccoulsoni'm starting to wish i'd never started this :P11:19
didrockschrisccoulson: if you need distraction, you can start looking at the thunderbird hang :)11:26
didrockschrisccoulson: I heard that quite some people got it at last client sprint11:26
didrocksnot that funny though :/11:26
chrisccoulsonreally? :(11:26
didrockspeople with fast cpu and ssd, the only common pattern I found11:27
didrocksgmail doesn't seem to be the cause, some people just have their canonical account11:27
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chrisccoulsonok, the test hang was actually my fault ;)12:05
berdarioseb128: Hi, I'm trying to track down a bug (more like 3 or 4 bugs together), to at least get a workaround working12:12
berdarioone of the workaround would involve xmodmap, but I've just seen your comment in a bug that says, "xmodmap support has been dropped in GNOME3 which deprecate that bug report, closing it"12:12
berdarioseb128: this seems weird to me, given that there's still plenty of code in ubuntu that deals with it... is it deprecated everywhere?12:14
berdarioI'll reboot12:38
seb128berdario, hey, what bug?12:39
berdarioseb128: hi, long story or short story? (short story is, I might be affected by this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-input-evdev/+bug/289781 )12:39
seb128berdario, xmodmap makes it sounds like old school weird geeky usecase ;-)12:39
ubot2Ubuntu bug 289781 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "Intrepid: Xmodmap needs to be run again after resume from hibernate/suspend" [Wishlist,Invalid]12:39
berdarioseb128: actually, is just non-US user12:40
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seb128berdario, you can keep it short, I've no interested or knowledge in weirdo keyboard tweaks12:40
berdarioseb128: that's not what I meant12:40
seb128berdario, I'm french using an azerty, no need to deal with xmodmap12:40
berdarioseb128: do you have an old macbook? :)12:40
seb128so !US is an overstatement12:40
seb128no, but you say "non-US user" not "non-US old macbook users"12:41
berdarioI agree, !US & old macbook users12:41
seb128well anyway, what's the issue?12:41
berdariokernel, hid_apple, xmodmap, lightdm, evdev12:42
berdario(and gnome, obviously, since they don't support some old options people were relying upon)12:42
berdariosome things go wrong in some (all?) of these places12:42
berdariothe result, is that on each bootup (and after each suspend/resume cycle) some keys are swapped12:43
berdariotipically, the keys are the one on the right of the left shift (< and > in my case) and on the top of the TAB (\ and | in my case)12:44
berdarioso, I have to manually run xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap after each resume12:44
berdarioeventually, after a few months, I get fed up about doing it, and look if a solution popped up12:45
seb128berdario, isn't that a keyboard layout issue? maybe a new one is needed for that specific model?12:46
berdarioto elaborate on it, it seems that the bug in the kernel is here:12:46
berdarioI haven't look at all the code, but basically... for the new keyboard they activate an ISO mode12:48
ubot2Ubuntu bug 214786 in xkeyboard-config (Ubuntu) "Apple USB ISO keyboard has incorrectly swapped keys" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:48
berdarioso, people with the old keyboard have to workaround this bug12:48
berdariothen, there're these instructions:12:48
berdariothat rely on hid_apple functionality12:49
berdario(I have the module loaded, but these fixes don't work... I tried all of them)12:49
berdarioso, failing the proper way to fix the problem... I started to look again into xmodmap12:49
berdariothere're multiple people affected by this problem: http://askubuntu.com/questions/79989/xmodmap-is-not-working-properly-on-resume12:52
berdarioand I also subscribed to this bug12:52
ubot2Ubuntu bug 1072120 in lightdm (Ubuntu) "~/.Xmodmap not read on login" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:52
berdariopeople were thinking that lightdm was not loading .Xmodmap12:52
seb128yeah, it's likely that lightdm doesn't12:53
seb128.Xmodmap seems like an old school unix thing that no normal user should have to go through12:53
berdariobut right now I don't think that's the problem: I think that after lightdm-session is run, something else (another part of lightdm, maybe) is resetting the layout12:53
seb128e.g if we have issues we should fix them in a way that don't require those hacks12:53
berdarioseb128: I agree, I'd be happy to avoid to use it12:53
berdarioas I said: kernel, hid_apple, etc.etc. it seems all these parts of the system have some problems that make it behave in a way that's not expected12:55
berdarioand this comment: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xserver-xorg-input-evdev/+bug/289781/comments/412:55
ubot2Ubuntu bug 289781 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "Intrepid: Xmodmap needs to be run again after resume from hibernate/suspend" [Wishlist,Invalid]12:55
berdariosays: "The change is due to the switch to evdev, after the suspend/resume the keyboard is viewed as a new keyboard."12:56
berdarioI haven't looked at it into detail, yet... but if that's true... that seems quite bad on its own (it would ruin all the customizations that people do on their human interface devices, after suspend/resume)12:57
berdarioI think that (aside from the evdev issue?) the cleanest thing would be to gather the usb identifiers for the old-macbook (and similar devices) that require a non-ISO layout (whatever that means: I'm just thinking about the ISO fix)12:59
berdarioand then to automatically activate a different layout in those cases12:59
berdariouhm, I realized just now that probably this is what is already happening13:02
berdariobut the usb identifiers aren't correctly told by the device13:02
berdariothat is, I have a 05ac:022a13:02
berdarioand this line would be defining my keyboard model13:03
berdario#define USB_DEVICE_ID_APPLE_GEYSER4_HF_ISO     0x022a13:03
berdarioso, the next best thing would be to fix whatever is making hid_apple refuse to apply the configuration I supplied it to13:04
berdarioseb128: do you have any suggestion for help on how to debug a kernel module?13:05
seb128(sorry, I'm on the phone)13:05
berdario(I guess I would have to recompile it with debug symbols)13:06
berdariobut probably I cannot simply debug it while using the system... I'd have to connect a gdb from somewhere else (and besides: I used gdb only 1 or 2 times before... )13:08
ogra_berdario, thats what i use here to apply xmodmap settings (for a mouse where gnome doesnt offer the settings i need) http://paste.ubuntu.com/1616561/13:13
berdarioogra_: does that still work after suspend/resume?13:13
ogra_dunno, i never suspend my desktop :)13:14
berdarioogra_: ok, that probably doesn't help me... thanks anyhow :)13:14
seb128berdario, I think g-s-d has some hooks that can be run after suspend13:16
berdarioseb128: uhm, googling "gnome-settings-daemon resume -crash" doesn't digs up anything interesting... should I look into Dconf?13:18
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seb128berdario, http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-settings-daemon/tree/data/org.gnome.settings-daemon.peripherals.gschema.xml.in.in13:20
seb128    <key name="hotplug-command" type="s">13:20
seb128      <_summary>Device hotplug custom command</_summary>13:20
seb128      <_description>Command to be run when a device is added or removed. An exit value of 1 means that the device will not be handled further by gnome-settings-daemon.</_description>13:20
seb128 13:20
seb128berdario, that one13:20
seb128berdario, http://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-settings-daemon/commit/?id=2ec0fbd38cd9d787fc3ad003f462c537ea79589013:21
seb128berdario, did you get my comments?13:26
berdarioseb128: ok, thanks... I'll create a simple script and see if that works13:27
seb128berdario, did you get the git commit url as well?13:28
berdarioyes, both of them13:28
seb128ok ;-)13:28
berdarioI had to look up some other things in the meanwhile, but it seems to work :)14:11
berdariobut to be really sure, now I'll undo the changes, reboot and see that this is indeed what fixes the problem14:12
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berdariono, I was wrong :/14:21
berdarioseb128: I don't know why... but my script seems to be called only with id 11 and 14, id11 is the touchpad, id14 is not even present in the xinput output O_o14:22
berdario(and the keyboard is either 10 or 12)14:23
berdarioxinput --reattach 10 3 (3 is the master) doesn't trigger the command :/14:33
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desrthas anyone installed the raring daily on their N7 recently?15:10
desrtinstall goes nicely but then i boot to a console login: prompt and that's it15:11
LaneyI did last week15:11
larsudesrt, ask attente, he had the same problem yesterday15:13
desrtattente: how did you fix it?15:14
attentedesrt: i didn't fix it15:14
* larsu smells sarcasm15:15
attentehas anyone the problem where the unity-greeter repeatedly restarts a dozen or so times due to X crashing?15:18
berdarioI downloaded the source of gnome-settings-daemon, and grepper for run_custom_command and then for device_added_cb, everything seems fine... probably it's just that the signal doesn't get generated15:20
attentelarsu: hi!15:20
berdarioI also tried xinput --disable followed by --enable, but that's not working15:20
berdarioI don't get why after resume, only some input devices are being added again, (while the rest seem to simply stay connected)15:21
seb128ogra_, ^ is the current raring image known to have issues on the nexus?15:26
ogra_seb128, not beyond the known issues with the installer15:27
ogra_seb128, i havent dist-upgraded today yet ... doing now15:28
seb128attente, is your greeter/xorg issue on the nexus?15:28
seb128ogra_, well, attente and desrt tried new installs and it boots to a console prompt it seems15:28
ogra_we have a serial console on the USB port, you can just use screen to log in from a PC for debugging15:28
attenteseb128: the greeter/x problem is on my work machine15:29
attenteit randomly kicks me back to the greeter at its own desire15:30
attentei did find this bt in one of the Xorg logs: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1614928/15:31
attenteit's not helpful though15:31
seb128tjaalton, bryce: ^ known recent breakaged in -intel?15:32
mlankhorstnothing else in that file? sounds like you're missing some info there..15:33
attentemlankhorst: i can paste the whole thing, but it didn't look useful at first glance15:33
berdarioOk, I realized now that I don't have the evdev module loaded, apparently keyboard and such are being handled by something else, possibly usbhid15:35
berdariobut trying to rmmod and modprobe usbhid, doesn't trigger the signal15:35
seb128berdario, try asking on #control-center or #gnome-hackers on irc.gnome.org15:35
berdarioseb128: I spent quite a lot of time trying to understand what is going wrong... now I'll update one of the bugs, but do you have other suggestions?15:36
berdarioI already asked in #gnome-hackers15:36
berdario(no answer so far)15:36
attentemlankhorst: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1616927/15:36
seb128berdario, no idea, I've little clue about keyboards tweaks and about this g-s-d feature15:36
berdarioseb128: ok, do you think it might be easier to find a workaround in another place rather than g-s-d?15:37
berdario(like, trying to get a clue of why hid_apple isn't working as I expect it to do?)15:37
seb128no idea no...15:38
tjaaltonseb128: haven't seen that before15:38
berdariook, thanks anyhow15:38
mlankhorstattente: well are you on edgers?15:39
ogra_desrt,  see above, if you want to debug, use the serial connection15:39
tjaaltonrunning an ancient kernel if on raring..15:39
desrtogra_: thanks15:44
ogra_screen /dev/ttyACM0 11520015:45
ogra_(might need to hit enter once to make the login show up)15:46
ogra_(and ignore the noise from NM (or set up usbnet)15:46
* ogra_ reboots after dist-upgrade15:47
ogra_lets see if i can reproduce on an upgraded install15:47
ogra_nope, works fine here15:48
attentemlankhorst: canonical-qt5-edgers15:48
tjaaltonattente: why are you running the quantal kernel on it?15:48
chrisccoulsonhi jibel. did you have any luck making autopkgtest work with junit output? sorry to keep bugging you about it :)15:49
attentetjaalton: good question.. purging15:49
tjaaltonattente: then you'll just run something older.. make sure you have linux-generic installed15:50
chrisccoulsonand any idea what's happening to https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/raring-ppa-adt-ubuntu_mozilla_daily_ppa-firefox-trunk/15/ARCH=amd64,label=adt/? it looks like the test is using the latest source with an outdated package (the test is passing arguments that are only valid in the most recent upload)15:50
mlankhorstattente: if I were you I would just try xorg in valgrind if it's not too big a performance hit, and install xserver.*-dbg15:50
jibelchrisccoulson, hey, not yet, still on my list, libreoffice hangs during build was higher sorry :)15:50
chrisccoulsonjibel, no worry, that's fine :)15:51
jibelchrisccoulson, hm, looking at the failure15:51
desrtogra_: so i don't have any ttyACMs15:55
LaneyRiddell: hey, could you stop kubuntu-active depending on ls-kde please?15:55
desrt...and now that i rebooted to try to get a ttyACM (which i now have) i'm stuck at the (initramfs) prompt and there's nothing happening inside of my screen :/15:57
desrtogra_: i wonder if there is a last-known-good image with a working installer?15:57
ogra_desrt, well, theoretically it should just work15:58
ogra_i havent heard about any issues until you came15:58
desrtogra_: so the installer on the current daily images is broken15:58
ogra_how ?15:58
desrtduring the 'installing root fs...' you see some message like 'tar: skipping to next header'15:58
desrtand then when that finishes you get a console login: prompt15:59
ogra_thats xnox' change of the untar command i think15:59
desrtthen when you reboot you get "error: no tarnall found on /dev/mmcblk0p9, did you use the right rootfs.img?" and then you see an (initramfs) prompt15:59
ogra_xnox, did you actually test that change in production ?15:59
xnoxyeah. but i hacked up a build locally.15:59
ogra_desrt, yeah, we dropped -m from the untarring16:00
ogra_which causes timestamp issues16:00
ogra_which in turn probably causes corrupt unpacking16:00
* ogra_ will have to research that 16:00
ogra_xnox, i guess we might want to set the closk to $image_build_time or something like that16:01
desrtyou should definitely try to fix that before the desktop team sprint :)16:01
ogra_when is that ?16:01
desrtnot next week, but the one after16:01
desrti mean16:01
ogra_we'll have it fixed before the weekend16:01
ogra_worst case we can just roll back as interim solution, dont panic ;)16:02
desrti'm not :)16:02
* desrt has much other work to be doing in the meantime16:02
xnoxogra_: i'll reflash using cdimage images after the meeting and check what's going on.16:02
seb128xnox, btw you said you would update glade back in december (iirc), is that still on your todolist?16:04
ogra_xnox, yeah, well, i think setting the clock to a sane value during the install will fix it (including the warnings) so we should just do that ... the first ifup from NM after instalkl will run ntpdate anyway16:04
seb128xnox, the new version was supposed to fix edition of button labels or some other bugs you were running into16:04
xnoxseb128: true. I should do that asap. (i stopped doing glade ui work a little now, but will need it soon again)16:05
seb128xnox, ok, just checking if it's still on your list, thanks ;-)16:05
xnoxogra_: setting clock to $image_build_time is nice, but I don't understand how come userspace is failing with that.16:05
ogra_xnox, yeah, me neither, setting the clock would fix cjwatsons initial prob though (i think)16:06
chrisccoulsonright, looking at didrocks tb hang now ;)16:07
chrisccoulsondidrocks, i've still got your pastebin open. it's the longest running tab in my browser ;)16:08
xnoxogra_: interesting point.16:08
chrisccoulson6th november ;)16:08
didrockschrisccoulson: trying to stress test firefox's tab history? :)16:08
chrisccoulsoni'm surprised i've not lost it. normally, session restore breaks at least once during that time when running nightlies, and then you lose all of your tabs16:09
RiddellLaney: what what?16:10
Riddell15:55 < Laney> Riddell: hey, could you stop kubuntu-active depending on ls-kde please16:10
RiddellLaney: there's no such package16:10
Laneyhttp://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_output.txt believes so16:10
Laneyas does https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kubuntu-meta/1.267 and my apt cache ;-)16:11
RiddellLaney: hmm I'm not seeing it, where are you looking?16:11
Laneysearch for 'language-selector' in that16:11
Riddelloh, language-selector, why didn't you say so :)16:12
Laneyhah, sorry16:12
ogra_desrt, could you file a bug btw ? so we have a reference16:12
infinityogra_: Ahh, kay, yeah, I see the problem.  Just cargo-culting fixrtc's code and using the timestamp on the tarball should do the trick, no?16:13
ogra_infinity, not sure that helps with what cjwatson wanted to have fixed though16:14
ogra_but yeah, that would be the "easy fix hack" ...16:15
infinityogra_: What Colin needed fixed remains fixed.16:15
ogra_sure ?16:15
infinityogra_: You only unfix his fix if you revert the tar changes.16:15
ogra_oh, indeed16:15
attentetjaalton: thanks, you were right about my kernel being out of date16:20
tjaaltonattente: does the new one fix the crash?16:21
ogra_seb128,  "[ogra] provide the desktop team the current settings package tweaks: TODO" ... is apt-get source ubuntu-defaults-nexus7 enough for you for this WI ?16:40
seb128ogra_, yeah, the purpose of that WI was to know what to put in ubuntu-defaults-nexus7 ;-)16:43
seb128ogra_, but you handled that directly, thanks! ;-)16:43
ogra_great, closing16:43
* didrocks waves good evening17:04
seb128Laney, pitti: do you guys want to handle the new glib update?17:10
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seb128Laney, thanks17:12
seb128Laney, oh btw, I checked about the sound recorder if that was important for oems, not so much, we can drop it (would be nice to get one back for the LTS but it's only a nice to have)17:28
Laneyah cool, well hopefully kazam gets that functionality before then17:29
Laneyi'll note down to drop it17:29
chrisccoulsonhmmmm, i think we're going to have to get a take away for dinner this evening17:29
Laneymmm cod and chips17:30
seb128chrisccoulson, STEEEEAAKKKK17:31
chrisccoulsonheh :)17:31
chrisccoulsoni haven't cooked a steak for ages. i'll have to do it soon17:31
seb128chrisccoulson, is your fridge empty?17:31
chrisccoulsonseb128, no, but neither of us feel like cooking this evening :)17:31
seb128being lazy for the win ;-)17:32
seb128xnox, do you know if there is an ubiquity upload planned to raring soon? the current version is almost a month old17:43
xnoxseb128: there are certain things in the works. What specifically are you after?17:44
seb128xnox, the gstreamer 0.10 to 1.0 port so we can get 0.10 out of the CD17:44
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seb128xnox, we currently have both stack on the CD which is suboptimal17:44
xnoxseb128: ack. will be done soon.17:45
seb128Laney, did you look again at pidgin/the segfault on video call mentioned on the pad? (if not I will have a look)17:45
seb128xnox, thanks17:45
xnoxseb128: also see pm.17:45
Laneyseb128: I tried compiling trunk and the segfault exists there (can't remember if that's what I said on the pad)17:46
seb128xnox, saw it17:46
seb128Laney, "SEGFAULTS when creating a video call" you said from the ppa version17:46
seb128Laney, I will give it a try, maybe it doesn't like your config or something ;-)17:46
Laneyseb128: https://developer.pidgin.im/ticket/1549917:48
LaneyI initially suspected my patch was incomplete/wrong as it was a backport of loads of upstream changes17:48
Laneybut head segfaults in the same way so perhaps not17:48
seb128Laney, the other option is to drop the account plugins for aim and yahoo from the default install (and telepathy-haze with those)17:53
Laneyseb128: right, but I hope to avoid that if possible17:57
Laneymy hunch is that investigating the difference between the preference widget and regular video calls might turn something up17:59
Laneyi.e. why the former works18:00
Laneybonne nuit!18:03
seb128'night ;-)18:09
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jbichacyphermox: I think we're missing a gir package for network-manager-applet https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=69326718:34
ubot2Gnome bug 693267 in network-indicator "network: menu missing in 3.7.5 with NM" [Major,Unconfirmed]18:34
cyphermoxjbicha: ok, thanks18:51
cyphermoxjbicha: can you file a bug in LP18:51
chrisccoulsonooh, https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=83820319:13
chrisccoulson"We are moving our linux unittests to ubuntu 12.04 VM machines"19:13
ubot2Mozilla bug 838203 in Shell Integration "test_alert.html fails on ubuntu 12.04 while testing in a VM" [Normal,New]19:13
chrisccoulsonthat helps me a bit ;)19:13
mdeslaurchrisccoulson: nice! :P19:14
chrisccoulsonmdeslaur, yeah, hopefully that means some of the tests which currently fail will start working without me having to do anything19:14
xnoxLaney: ubiquity uploaded so next daily should have lighter gstreamer stack or something went wrong ;-)20:57
xnoxLaney: seb128 was pinging me about it, but he doesn't have irc proxy.21:02
xnoxseb128: juju deploy znc ;-)21:02
Laneyi thought that got uploaded some time ago21:04
xnoxi was merged into lp:ubiquity, but not uploaded.21:04
Laneyi see21:04
attenteqengho: any plans for migrating chromium from gtk 2 to 3?21:55
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