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tkamppeterI have uploaded cups-filters 1.0.32-0ubuntu1. Note that the new upstream release consists only of bug fixes, it does not contain any new features. The bulk of the debidff is a piece of source code which I have moved to make it re-usable, no big changes.09:43
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Riddellkubuntu i386 and amd64 are good to go, active and arm alas broken10:47
smartboyhwRiddell, it is marked ready I think10:52
ogra_Riddell, any clue what the breakage is ?10:53
ogra_(for arm)10:53
smartboyhwogra_, ubiquity not starting10:53
smartboyhwBug 116423910:53
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164239 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "does not start on kubuntu 13.04 beta 2 arm image" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116423910:53
Riddellogra_: a mystery, bug 116423910:53
ogra_hmm, could be the same as bug 116407110:54
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164071 in AC100_enablement "raring daily blank screen after install" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116407110:54
ogra_seems to be at the same point10:54
ogra_Riddell, i assume yours is on a panda ?10:57
ogra_ah, syslog FTW10:58
xnoxogra_: what do you want me to troubleshoot ac100 or panda? I have both ready to test?!10:59
ogra_xnox, heh, both10:59
xnoxwell I'll start with panda, that's a tiny bit easier, while the ac100 recharges.10:59
ogra_i'm just downloading the ac100 image to dig into it, i assume both have an issue starting the DM for some reason10:59
ogra_or xorg itself10:59
ogra_Fatal server error:11:03
ogra_Inconsistent depth 24 pixmap format.  Exiting11:03
ogra_thats in the DM log on the kubuntu bug11:03
* xnox goes to hunt down my sd card writter, as it turns out desktops don't have those build-in.11:03
ogra_aha, same bug in the ubuntu desktop image11:05
smartboyhwGood to fix then:)11:06
* ogra_ sees the same error in the Xorg log in bug 116198111:06
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1161981 in linux-ti-omap4 (Ubuntu) "Boot stalls after Ubuntu Raring desktop ARM (Panda board) install" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116198111:06
ogra_so i'm curious if the ac100 exposes the same11:06
Riddellogra_: yep11:06
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smartboyhwSomeone get etherpad back:(11:20
ogra_xnox, ogra@chromebook:~/xf86-video-omap-0.4.0$ grep 24 src/*11:33
ogra_src/omap_driver.c:default_depth = 24;  /* TODO: get from kernel */11:33
ogra_i suspect thats the issues on pandas11:33
ogra_recompiling with 16 or 32 for a test might solve it ...11:33
xnoxogra_: the internets say that 24 depth mode is long gone.....11:33
ogra_else we need rsalveti11:33
ogra_well, it worked fine in quantal11:34
ogra_neither kernel nor the xorg driver did change11:34
ogra_the only thing that chnages is xorg itself11:34
xnoxtrue. I can quickly recompile stuff here.11:34
popeysmartboyhw: it's back11:42
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smartboyhwpopey, \o/12:04
xnoxogra_: slideshow works fine on nexus7, so why is it not added back to omap4? =)12:07
ogra_was it removed ?12:07
seb128yes, because it was hiting a webkit segfault12:08
ogra_in panda ?12:08
seb128on arm12:08
seb128but jit got disabled in webkit arm since iirc12:08
xnoxogra_: panda, desktop, ubuntu doesn't have slideshow (removed just before quantal release) and it still doesn't have it.12:08
ogra_well, i dont know how it could happen that it is added back on naxus but not on panda12:08
xnoxogra_: live vs preinstalled.12:09
ogra_ogra@anubis:~/Devel/seeds/ubuntu.raring$ grep slide live12:09
ogra_ * ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu [!armel] [!armhf] # webkit is broken on arm atm (LP: #1066046)12:09
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1066046 in pvr-omap4 (Ubuntu Quantal) "pvr driver crashes when ubiquity-slideshow starts" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/106604612:09
xnoxogra_: it's blacklisted on live & nexus7 has oem-slideshow which is different.12:09
* ogra_ fixes the seed12:10
ogra_xnox, erm, does that mean ubiquity starts with your changed xorg package ?12:11
xnoxogra_: on the panda ubiquity simply starts with ubuntu desktop image. Will test if it reboots, then test modified packages, then test kubuntu.12:11
xnoxogra_: fixing ftbfs in the mean time, as my panda's sd card is very slow.12:12
ogra_well, it was ubiquity-dm that was faulty on both (unless i read the log wrong) ... so that would be a success12:12
xnoxogra_: maybe it was a busted panda? and my panda is like all super-awesome?! =)12:12
ogra_so you havent changed anything ?12:13
ogra_that rather points to compiz/unity/nux then12:13
xnoxogra_: how would that affect kubuntu though?!12:13
ogra_but wouldnt explain why kubuntu has it also12:13
ogra_nor hats up aith ac10012:14
ogra_though for ac100 i rather suspect plymouth12:14
xnoxsomething is going weird, I have lately started to see "You are running X11 in degraded mode" between logout and plymouth when invoking shutdown.12:15
xnoxunless that's how we are "fixing" hiding the "codes" during logout/shutdown.12:16
smartboyhwTo the Ubuntu Release Team: Must the Ubuntu Studio Release Team release 13.04 Beta 2 without the upgrade testcases passing?12:16
xnoxogra_: ubuntu desktop panda bug was that post-install boot stalls, which is what I'm possibly about to see.12:20
ogra_xnox, well, it stalls in ubiquity dm on kubuntu12:20
xnoxogra_: getting the 24 incompat messaging in xorg. trying 32bit now.12:22
xnoxogra_: with 32bit I at least got a gtk dialog saying I'm running in a low graphics mode.12:26
smartboyhwinfinity: I think you will be the one writing the release announcement for Beta 2, so I am giving you the release notes and announcement link for Ubuntu Studio 13.04 Beta 2.12:28
smartboyhwThe release notes will be at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/Beta2/UbuntuStudio12:29
smartboyhwThe announcement will be at http://ubuntustudio.org/?p=68812:29
ogra_sudo sync12:29
ogra_silly unity and its focus12:30
xnoxogra_: hm?12:31
ogra_xnox, i was just commenting on the "sudo sync" above12:31
ogra_xnox, hmm12:35
ogra_xnox, i think i remember that we had tty issues with the panda in quantal ... you had to switch to tty and back on a fresh install12:36
ogra_i wonder if thats anyhow related12:38
xnoxogra_: poke #ubuntu-x people. I'm popping out for lunch.12:44
ogra_i did12:44
ogra_tjaalton said it cant be X12:44
ogra_i fear we need rsalveti12:45
tjaaltondidn't say that :)12:45
tjaaltonbut I doubt it would be..12:46
tjaaltonyou should be able to revet to the quantal version of xserver?12:46
ogra_well, nothing else changed since quantal12:46
tjaaltonit only bumped the minor version12:46
xnoxtjaalton: i can try downgrading in place and see if that helps. Is it just downlograding all x* packages I have installed?! =)12:47
tjaaltonxnox: nah, just xserver-common & xserver-xorg-core12:47
xnoxright. lunch time.12:48
ogra_ok, ac100 issue found13:03
ogra_now i need to find a working workaround13:03
stgraberhighvoltage: what's the status on Edubuntu? need help?13:03
ogra_install done13:11
ogra_phillw, lubuntu looks shiny in raring :)13:12
phillwogra_: yeah, all the ones we will release for B2 are marked as ready.13:13
highvoltagestgraber: it's going slowly but steadily. I don't have local precise repositories so that delayed my upgrade testing a bit13:13
phillwI won't be doing the release note until ~ 18:00 UTC as I am just about to go out.13:14
ogra_phillw, well, i meant the new icons and wallpaper etc ... on my current ac100 install ... i still need to find a proper fix (have the bug and a workaround thogh)13:14
highvoltagestgraber: i386 image upgrade testing should be done soon, I'm syncing amd6413:14
stgraberhighvoltage: ok. I'm quickly covering all the install tests here because we're getting dangerously close to release time and the track reports no test on i386 and only a single test on amd6413:14
ogra_i wasnt referring to the isotracker :)13:14
highvoltagestgraber: someone already tested the amd64 image but I'm doing so too again just in case13:14
highvoltagestgraber: ok great13:14
phillwogra_: yeah, rafael and the artwork team have done a fantastic job, as always :)13:14
stgraberhighvoltage: I should have i386 fully tested in the next 10min, and I have amd64 downloaded here already to test next13:15
phillwogra_: does the bug fix work for ac100? I was going to hold it back. If the work round can be added to the bug I'm happy to release it with a release note.13:16
highvoltagestgraber: ok, I'm going ahead with it too fwiw13:16
highvoltagestgraber: it also helps me find kinks in my current setup when it comes to testing that I can iron out for next time. I've found that zsync also works a lot faster for me since my isp prioritises port 80 over everything13:17
phillwinfinity: I've got to go now. If ogra_ can get the ac100 bug updated with the temporary fix, I'm happy to release it with a release note. (approx 18:00 UTC).13:18
phillwthe desktop ppc isn't fit to release as beta 2.13:18
ogra_phillw, well, not sure i can make it in time ... the workaround is a bit hairy for the average user13:18
ogra_so i'm trying to get an actual fix ready13:18
ogra_but ac100 can well release separately a little later13:19
phillwokies, I'm happy with whatever you're happy with ! I got to go now!13:19
stgraberhighvoltage: edubuntu i386 all done13:22
TrevinhoHello, any feedback on https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/1152477 ? Doc-team gave his +1.13:25
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1152477 in unity "[UIFe] Window list in right click context menu should indicate the focused window" [Medium,In progress]13:25
xnoxogra_: what's the workaorund? unrelated to pandas?13:32
ogra_xnox, yes, its plymouth once again13:33
ogra_Bug 108406313:33
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1084063 in ubuntu-defaults-nexus7 (Ubuntu Raring) "plymouth in raring causes system hardlock if console_setup is not run in the initramfs on nexus7 prior to starting plymouthd" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/108406313:33
stgraberhighvoltage: edubuntu amd64 testing done13:50
knomestgraber, unless something really critical shows up, we will want to release xubuntu beta 2 images even if we haven't have as much testing as i'd like to13:51
Riddellstgraber: got an ETA?13:51
stgraberinfinity: ^ (for both knome and Riddell)13:52
knomestgraber, ah, thanks. :)13:52
* knome makes a mental note to poke infinity if need be13:52
stgraberI'm not in charge of this one and haven't heard of any specific ETA, though I'm assuming it'll be in the next 4-5 hours13:52
Riddellok time for me to go out for lunch13:54
ogra_stgraber, can you let the ac100-tarball-installer in (which will soon show up in the queue)13:55
ogra_i will take care fo lubuntu ac100 respins then13:55
stgraberogra_: ok, I'll review LP is done diffing13:55
ScottKFYI, there's a significant security update to postgresql-9.1 that came out today.13:59
ScottKI think having the fix in raring is more important than images not being out of date, so I'm going to accept it when it hits the queue.14:00
stgraber+1. Do we ship postgres on anything other than server?14:00
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ScottKI don't think so.14:02
ScottKhttp://www.postgresql.org/about/news/1456/ for those interested.14:02
stgraberogra_: done14:02
cjwatsonScottK: agreed14:03
ogra_rsalveti, tickle ...14:05
rsalvetiogra_: hey14:06
ogra_rsalveti, we seem to have an issue with pvr :(14:06
rsalvetiogra_: oh14:06
* rsalveti runs14:06
stgraberScottK: there you go ^14:06
rsalvetiogra_: let me read the backlog14:06
ogra_Fatal server error:14:06
ogra_ [    62.328] Inconsistent depth 24 pixmap format.  Exiting14:06
rsalvetioh, that's a new one14:06
ogra_thats what we get in Xorg log after installation on first boot14:06
ScottKstgraber: Yep.14:07
ogra_i see there is 24 hardcoded in two places in the code ... xnox was testing with that changed to 32 but only got xdiagnose up14:07
xnox... i edit only one place =)14:08
ogra_xnox, well, i hope not the xv file :)14:08
* xnox only edits C source code.14:08
rsalvetixnox: ogra_: I remember we could add back the slideshow already at quantal14:09
rsalvetibut we decided not to as it was way faster14:09
rsalvetisomething along this line14:09
ogra_rsalveti, yeah thats a non issue14:09
rsalvetiogra_: yeah, I wonder if the default fb changed14:10
ogra_rsalveti, X not starting is a problem though14:10
rsalvetiogra_: let me boot my quantal based panda to see14:10
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* rsalveti goes downstairs14:10
ogra_rsalveti, sorry to bother you with this ... but i'm kind of desparate14:11
dokoRiddell, ScottK: accpt the kde-l10n uploads now, or wait until after the beta?14:12
ScottKdoko: I think wait a bit, but I'll defer to Riddell.14:12
ScottKWe may still respin if arm gets fixed.14:12
rsalvetiogra_: np14:18
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rsalvetiogra_: xnox: from quantal:14:36
rsalveti[    88.069] (==) OMAP(0): Depth 24, (==) framebuffer bpp 3214:36
rsalveti[    88.069] (==) OMAP(0): RGB weight 88814:36
ogra_so why would that stop working in raring ... given we use the exact same kernel and drivers14:36
rsalveti[    62.272] (==) modesetting(1): Depth 24, (==) framebuffer bpp 2414:41
rsalvetiwe had that bug before14:41
rsalvetiit shouldn't be loading both the omap and the modesetting driver14:41
rsalvetiI wonder if the autodetect patch changed at the xorg package14:41
ogra_hmm how can i suppress that14:42
ogra_probably ....14:42
cyphermoxare we still frozen for "beta" ?14:42
* ogra_ blames tjaalton 14:42
cyphermoxI see probably the answer is yes :)14:43
jbichawhere are we keeping the release notes?14:45
tjaaltonogra_: or mlankhorst maybe :)14:47
smartboyhwcyphermox, of course:)14:47
rsalvetiyeah, I'm trying to find the bug where we fixed this behavior14:47
smartboyhwjbicha, on a note we don't normally use the U+1 link14:48
smartboyhw(I mean for your test announcement)14:48
jbichasmartboyhw: what do we use then?14:50
smartboyhwjbicha, we normally use https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/ISO/Walkthrough14:50
smartboyhw(we = the Ubuntu Community QA Team)14:50
smartboyhwballoons can confirm that:)14:50
jbichaor http://qa.ubuntu.com/getting-involved/contributing-test-results/ ?14:50
smartboyhwjbicha, I do have to say qa.ubuntu.com isn't exactly maintained14:51
smartboyhwballoons, I am talking to jbicha which ISO testing guide we should use14:51
smartboyhwI use https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/ISO/Walkthrough14:51
smartboyhwjbicha used a U+1 wiki link (and as far as I can tell U+1 isn't exactly active)14:52
balloons ahh14:52
smartboyhwjbicha, and BTW if you want some urgent testing needed next time send the announcement to ubuntu-quality@lists.ubuntu.com14:53
jbichasmartboyhw: could you reply to my email with the correct link then?14:53
smartboyhwjbicha, OK14:53
jbichawho's release manager for this release?14:54
balloonsjbicha, infinity, I believe14:54
smartboyhwjbicha, infinity14:54
smartboyhwjbicha, sent:)14:54
rsalvetixnox: can you check if pvr works better if you force the xorg config such as https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xf86-video-omap/+bug/1015292/comments/5 ?14:54
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1015292 in pvr-omap4 "X11 crashes with seg fault when running QT5 based applications on a Pandaboard with the SGX driver" [Undecided,New]14:54
xnoxrsalveti: I can test in a moment.14:55
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jbichainfinity: what are we using for Release Notes?14:57
rsalvetiogra_: xnox:14:57
rsalveti[    62.147] (WW) Falling back to old probe method for omap14:57
rsalvetithis is probably the problem14:57
rsalvetiwhich was fixed at quantal by https://launchpadlibrarian.net/113352717/xf86-video-omap_0.4.0-0ubuntu1_0.4.0-0ubuntu2.debdiff14:58
rsalvetitjaalton: ^14:58
ogra_funny, i looked at exactly that patch today14:58
rsalvetinot sure if another api changed at xorg, let me check if this patch is there at raring14:58
ogra_ogra@anubis:~/datengrab/images/raring/ac100/xf86-video-omap-0.4.0$ ls debian/patches/14:59
ogra_its still in the package source14:59
rsalvetimight not be working then14:59
xnoxthe package was not touched in raringa at all =)14:59
rsalvetiyeah, the package is the same14:59
rsalveti++#ifdef XSERVER_PLATFORM_BUS14:59
rsalvetimaybe that changed, not sure14:59
rsalvetilet me also download today's image15:00
tjaaltonand the matching xserver patch is still there15:02
JackYustgraber: hi, we report a bug #1164554 when testing UbuntuKylin. The preparing screen became to 'ubuntu 13.04' again...15:10
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164554 in UbuntuKylin "Preparing screen is not displayed as expected" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116455415:10
stgraberJackYu: I have no idea what you're talking about ;) can you try to detail exactly what the issue is and what that preparing screen is (ideally in the bug report)?15:11
JackYustgraber: sure. we will attach a picture at the bug.15:13
smartboyhwstgraber, I think he means "Preparing to install Ubuntu" instead of "Preparing to install UbuntuKylin"15:13
smartboyhwAt the page where you see the requirements fit or not15:13
stgraberxnox: ^ (any idea why that'd happen? as far as I can tell the media info for Kylin is correct)15:18
xnoxstgraber: will boot and poke it.15:18
JackYustgraber: we mean this https://launchpadlibrarian.net/136158633/prepare-screen.png15:21
JackYucould it be changed to 'UbuntuKylin 13.04'15:22
maclin_stgraber: our another tester reported  that the preparing screen displayed 'UbuntuKylin 13.04' just now.15:25
stgraberJackYu: ah, that's plymouth, not ubiquity. Unless you have created a plymouth theme, I guess that's to be expected15:27
xnoxJackYu: does the installed system is the same or has Kylin splash?15:31
xnoxJackYu: you are looking at the "fallback" low graphics splash.15:31
xnoxstgraber: the ubuntukylin-theme package has a plymouth theme.15:33
JackYuxnox: we only find the bug when trying ubuntukylin, while installing, it's ok.15:37
xnoxI see.15:41
ogra_casper bug ?15:42
cjwatsoninfinity: I'm not going to be around for much longer, so if you're ready to at least experimentally publish something for reals, now's the time15:44
cjwatsoninfinity: Otherwise, I might manage to check in later from my dad's; won't have much ability to edit code though15:45
* ogra_ twiddles thumbs waiting for the publisher15:45
ogra_i'm firing off an ac100 lubuntu rebuild now15:56
ogra_building ...15:57
smartboyhwogra_ phillw will be happy:)15:57
ogra_for sure :)15:57
phillwinfinity: (or who ever) I'm just in the process of editing up https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseNotes/Beta2/Lubuntu feel free to use the link :)16:01
smartboyhwphillw private message?16:01
highvoltagestgraber: Edubuntu testing complete, no major issues found, I marked ready for release16:06
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jbichabug 1164592 is a testcase failure16:08
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164592 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity freezes in Install Alongside screen" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116459216:08
balloonsjbicha, you have no dowload links for ubuntu gnome? :-( https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-qa-website/+bug/116387916:09
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1163879 in ubuntu-qa-website "Ubuntu GNOME images listed on QA Tracker not "linked" to daily images" [Undecided,New]16:09
smartboyhwballoons true16:10
balloonsI'll try and fix for raring.. need to make sure it gets updated properly by stgraber script16:10
jbichastgraber: is there someone else that can help with getting ^ fixed if you don't have ipv4 today?16:11
stgraberjbicha: I'll process the ACL change in a minute, sorry had connectivty issue for the last day or so and was limited to the IPv6 internet only (which sadly doesn't include many Canonical services ;))16:11
jbichaok thanks16:11
stgraberI've had IPv4 again for the past hour (looks like whoever was DDoSing me eventually got bored)16:11
seb128is there any eta on letting uploads through again?16:22
smartboyhwAren't we supposed to still be in freeze?16:23
ogra_seb128, i thought infinity said he wanted to keep the freeze up16:24
ogra_until release16:24
seb128ogra_, right, I specifically did use "unfreeze" for that reason :p16:24
ogra_so i guess all uploads will be reviewed16:24
seb128ogra_, they will still approve bug fixes at some point I guess?16:24
seb128ogra_, right16:24
ogra_yeah as usual16:24
ogra_just more reviews16:24
seb128ogra_, my question was "when we will start having uploads reviewes accepted again"16:24
xnoxseb128: unseeded packages are going through with bugfixes at the moment. but the seeded on images stuff is queued at the moment. I expect it will be reviewed post-beta-release.16:25
ogra_well, adam can tell ... once he is around at least16:25
seb128xnox, thanks, I know all that,  I guess the question is "when is beta going to be released"? ;-)16:26
infinityseb128: Soonish.  I need to catch up on various backscrolls, sort out release notes, look at testing results, blah blah.16:27
balloonsjbicha, I added links.. let me know if there's any errors16:27
seb128infinity, ok, thanks16:27
jbichaballoons: thanks16:33
ogra_infinity, ac100 is just rebuilding with a fix, panda desktop wont make it i fear unless rsalveti has some brilliant idea right now16:33
infinityogra_: Oh, I thought we were skipping ac100.16:35
infinityI don't mind waiting a bit, I have all day to release this. :P16:35
ogra_well, i found an easy fix16:35
ogra_its fine to release it delayed i think16:35
ogra_sadly panda desktop is really screwed16:35
ogra_looks like it would take some work, not sure we want to invest that16:36
ogra_(X doesnt start after install)16:36
* skellat obliquely mentions Launchpad Bug 1164493 too16:36
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164493 in u-boot "Netboot Install (ARM Desktop) OMAP Fails To Bootstrap Past Orange Start Screen on BeagleBoard-xM" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116449316:36
smartboyhwClearly this isn't ARM's day16:37
ogra_skellat, we dont really support beagle anymore ... if you find a fix we'll happily take it though :)16:37
infinityjbicha: Ubuntu GNOME seems to be lacking some test coverage on the tracker...16:37
smartboyhwinfinity um jbicha just send out the testing announcement 1.5 hours ago I think...16:38
smartboyhwGive them some time16:38
jbichainfinity: yes we were running behind, I believe we almost have i386 covered though16:39
smartboyhwActually it's 1.916:39
jbichaI'm waiting on Startup Disk Creator now :(16:39
smartboyhwjbicha: Try ask in #ubuntu-quality for help:)16:39
smartboyhwjbicha: You do know that Startup Disk Creator never worked for the community QA team?16:40
smartboyhwAt least in 12.10+13.0416:40
smartboyhwjbicha: use dd16:40
jbichasmartboyhw: I'm using Precise's Startup Disk Creator, but yeah, it being broken for a year is pretty bad16:41
infinityknome: Xubuntu test failures seem to be linked to a bug that doesn't exist...16:41
JackYuinfinity: a simple release note, we will update asap: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuKylin/1304-beta-2-ReleaseNote16:42
jbichasmartboyhw: sure, but the testcase for http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/264/builds/41181/testcases/1303/results specifically talks about usbcreator and testing persistence16:42
smartboyhwjbicha specifically I am going to ask balloons to delete the usbcreator part and use dd or whatsoever;P16:43
jbichasmartboyhw: uh, if nobody cares about Startup Disk Creator then we need to remove it from the default install, not just ignore the problems16:43
smartboyhwjbicha: I agree16:43
balloonswe care about startup disk creator16:43
balloonsI just used it yesterday in the live demo16:44
ogra_we definitely care16:44
smartboyhwballoons oh it worked?16:44
balloonsI prefer dd, but that's me..16:44
balloonsthe gui tool is nice.. and sliding persistence is a nice thing16:44
smartboyhwjbicha: Add oil on the usbcreator then16:45
ScottKThe KDE variant works for me on 12.10 also.16:45
infinityDaviey: server still doesn't have full test coverage.  Any idea what's going on with that?16:45
smartboyhwballoons: I think we need to discuss Testdrive more16:45
infinityScottK / Riddell: I'm guessing https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/plasma-mobile/+bug/1164236 means no kubuntu-active for beta2?16:46
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164236 in plasma-mobile "13.04 beta 2 plasma active crashes on startup" [Undecided,New]16:46
ScottKinfinity: Yes16:47
infinityThe tracker so needs a clear way to mark an image as "ha ha, no, not gonna happen".16:48
infinitySo I stop going through the list and pondering the same ones.16:48
Davieyplars: do you know the status of test coverage for server?16:48
smartboyhwstgraber: ^16:48
stgraberinfinity: well, you could simply remove it from the list, that way it'll only show up in the Dailies and not in the milestone16:48
infinitystgraber: Can I get a visual representation of a "lolno".16:49
infinitystgraber: I guess removing it works too, would it get auto-added if I did a respin?16:49
stgraberinfinity: yes, unless you disable it in the manifest16:49
infinity(Assuming we start out with a "lolno", then someone finds a clever fix in the nick of time)16:49
infinityActually, no.  I'd prefer a visual representation to removal, for that reason.16:50
infinitySome keener may still see it and want to do something about it.16:50
plarsDaviey: we've got most of it done, I'm working on filling in the rest now, if we could get someone from server team to run the maas tests, that would be useful. Normally someone from server does, but I'm not sure who16:50
plarsDaviey: I don't really have a setup for maas16:50
infinityplars: Has anyone done any quick smoketesting of server on any ARM platforms?16:51
plarsDaviey: also, I'm having some trouble with the iscsi tests, hoping maybe jamespage can help16:51
stgraberinfinity: I'm slightly worried about adding too many new status ;) especially as I already need to add the needs-rebuild/is-rebuilding flag which will make the UI even more confusing than it already is16:51
Davieyplars: jamespage is out for the week, so unlikey16:51
infinityplars: (Not full coverage, install/reboot would be enough, which I thought was automated via ogra's fancy stuff?)16:51
plarsinfinity: yes, I mentioned a bug to you yesterday on server with panda - they keyboard issue with lvm+crypt again16:51
infinitystgraber: That UI can't get more confusing, it's reached terminal velocity.16:52
plarsinfinity: also, desktop doesn't seem to work at all16:52
infinityplars: s/again/still/ ... I didn't fix the d-i issue with that one.  Anyhow, shouldn't affect other random tests.16:52
stgraberinfinity: wait until the next batch of changes land, I'm sure you'll change your mind ;)16:52
ogra_plars, yeah, the xserver broke, rsalveti was digging into it but i doubt he found a solution16:53
infinityplars: omap4 desktop is, indeed, a lost cause (for today).16:53
ogra_funny incidence given we use the same kernel and X driver as in quantal16:53
plarsDaviey: is there anyone else familiar with the iscsi tests?16:53
infinityogra_: But not the same X.16:53
Riddellinfinity: yep, seems too unreliable even for a tech preview just now16:54
infinitystgraber: I fear that when software starts becoming self-aware, it'll be things like the isotracker that get there first, and they'll be self-aware in about the same way as Paris Hilton.16:54
Davieyplars: I last did them a year ago.. all fogotten now.. smoser would be the next person, but he is on vacation :)16:55
Davieyplars: can you /j #ubuntu-server ?16:55
rsalvetiogra_: sorry, was at lunch, but will keep investigating it today17:07
* ogra_ hugs rsalveti 17:08
ogra_rsalveti, dont sweat it, it wont make beta, so do it if you find a free spot for it17:08
ogra_i pinged you today in the hope there was somethign obvious ... if there isnt, and it takes time, it can as well happen later17:08
rsalvetiyeah, might take a few more hours, but want to get it fixed anyway17:08
ogra_yeah, but you have more important stuff17:09
ogra_pandas are low prio17:09
ogra_(else someone had looked at them before beta :) )17:09
balloonsogra_, are you able to boot an installed desktop image for panda?17:11
balloonsfor beta2 :-)17:12
ogra_balloons, nope, thats the issue we talked about17:12
balloonsogra_, :-) I thought so.. just checking17:13
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ogra_balloons, the driver detectuon seems screwed (you should see something like "falling back to old probe method for omep")17:14
ogra_(in Xorg log)17:14
balloonsyea.. black screen on boot, had to pull the logs.. I assumed it was a xserver/driver issue17:15
ogra_which is super weird ... since that didnt change since quantal17:15
balloonsso eta on fix or not for beta 2?17:16
infinityNot likely.17:16
ogra_not for B217:17
ogra_might be fixed for final17:17
infinityIf it can't be fixed for final, I guess I get my wish to drop omap4 desktop images? :P17:17
ogra_but many grumpy people around you i guess ...17:19
* ogra_ woundt mind to drop them 17:19
ogra_nexus7 is there ...17:19
ogra_and less hassle driver wise17:20
phillwahh, the ac100 has arrived :)17:27
skellatIf you do drop omap desktop images, make a blog post about it please17:29
xnoxskellat: not dropping, but not releasing in beta2, we are expecting to have them in the final.17:30
skellatOkay then17:30
ogra_skellat, we didnt have omap desktop images in years17:30
xnoxskellat: infinity & ogra_ are talking "tongue-in-cheek" mostly.17:31
ogra_skellat, we didnt even have official omap images in quite a while ... there are netboot ones but they are not largely tested17:31
skellatxnox: Okay, no worries.17:31
skellatogra_: I'm probably one of the few who has tested17:32
xnoxskellat: yes =)17:32
ogra_skellat, there was a change to a completely different kernel, i'll point ppisati to your bug17:32
ogra_i'm not even sure debian-installer was updated for it17:32
ogra_infinity, do you know if omap 3 d-i  images were updated for generic ?17:33
infinityogra_: Yep.17:33
ogra_hmm, then that failed apparently17:33
infinityHow so?17:33
infinityI need to rename the flavor and do some other last-minute crap with -generic, but it should still work currently.17:34
ogra_skellat, do you have your bugnumber handy ?17:34
skellatHold on a sec17:34
skellatLaunchpad Bug 116449317:35
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164493 in u-boot "Netboot Install (ARM Desktop) OMAP Fails To Bootstrap Past Orange Start Screen on BeagleBoard-xM" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116449317:35
ogra_infinity, doesnt seem to get beyond the builtin orange bootscreen17:35
infinityOh, blah.  Is that using the built-in u-boot instead of the one on the SD card?17:35
infinityIf so, the only solution will be to staple the DTB on the end of the kernel.17:36
skellatThe xM doesn't have u-boot built in.  It has to look for it on the SD card17:36
ogra_its our uboot that has that silly hardcoded orange17:36
infinityIf it's the SD u-boot, either we have a bug there, or we have a different bug there.  (yay, I'm so specific today).17:36
ogra_so uboot starts but doesnt go further17:37
infinityI could use an XM to test with. :/17:37
* ogra_ doesnt have one around either 17:37
ogra_skellat, trying the serial image and capturing the console output might show something17:37
skellatOkay.  Tracker didn't have one available and I've got family telling me it is time to head out to the farm to start doing some crop planting.17:38
jbichainfinity: where should we post release notes?17:38
skellatSo, hit me with a link at skellat@ubuntu.com and I'll download it later today to try once I get back from building planters and the like17:38
* skellat has to run away to the family farm to play ranch hand again but promises to provide information on the serial image later on in his local day17:39
RiddellI'm out for a few hours, if beta 2 gets released it should be all ready, just needs a notice on the website17:40
infinityjbicha: Find a home on the wiki, I guess, if you don't have an Ubuntu GNOME website to throw them on, and we'll link from the main ones.17:41
jbichainfinity: ok so we're not using a centralized wiki page like https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalQuetzal/ReleaseNotes ?17:42
infinityjbicha: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/TechnicalOverview17:44
infinityjbicha: Feel free to add a section and go to town, or link externally, I'm not terribly picky.  We'll clean it all up for final release.17:44
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jbichaand the live image testcase fails for me too bug 116463318:09
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1164633 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "live image created by Startup Disk Creator fails to boot a second time" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116463318:09
stgraberjbicha, phillw: ACLs configured for your products. You'll need to logout and login again for it to take effect.18:31
smartboyhwinfinity: Any ETA on releasing?18:42
phillwstgraber: thanks :)18:47
infinitysmartboyhw: Today. :)18:48
smartboyhwinfinity: Today what time?18:52
smartboyhwI really can't stay up...18:53
ogra_crap crap carp !18:53
* ogra_ curses18:53
ogra_so even though ac100-tarball-installer 0.46 was on ports.u.c when i started the build it didnt end up in the ac100 image18:54
ogra_infinity, is there an easy way i can check from nusakan whats on the ftp mirror ?18:56
* ogra_ doesnt want to have to do all this again18:56
ogra_infinity, starting another build ... feel free to release already ...18:58
cjwatsonogra_: see the wait-for-package script18:59
ogra_ah, i will ...18:59
cjwatson(mostly not here)18:59
ogra_now i'm sure the package is there though ... since its 2h later :)18:59
* ogra_ pretends he hasnt seen cjwatson 19:00
cjwatsonbeing on ports but not nusakan should be impossible though19:00
cjwatsonI might investigate that later19:00
cjwatson(nusakan should sync from ftpmaster at the start of every build)19:00
infinitycjwatson: Are you sure it was in raring, and not raring-proposed?  (did you just check the pool, not Packages.gz?)19:01
ogra_well, i saw it in my borwser before i fried off the build ...19:01
ogra_but i looked at the pool so i might have tricked myself here19:01
ogra_what infinity said19:01
* ogra_ needs to change his habits19:01
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infinityjbicha: Are your images "good enough", despite the bugs/failures that need to be addressed before final?19:12
jbichainfinity: yes I'll just release note the Install Alongside issue and I suspect that my USB stick being too cheap is to blame for my live session failure19:15
jbichaI've now marked them as ready since we have the minimum coverage on all of the testcases besides the Install Alongside one19:17
seb128infinity, hey, are we "unfrozen" yet ;-) (notice the "" :p=19:49
infinityseb128: Once Oli's last build is done, I'll start going through the queue again.  Shouldn't be long.19:49
seb128ogra_, grrrr19:49
seb128infinity, thanks19:50
infinityPlay nice, you two.  No one wants another invasion.19:50
seb128well, if you want balance in the universe there need to be some invasion the other way around... :p19:51
infinitySure, but they had reason to want Paris.  What's in it for you if you take Berlin?  Leather pants and schnitzel?19:52
seb128ogra_, release the lock on the archive or you will see what the germanofrench can do :p19:55
infinityPatience. :P19:57
infinity(But, seriously, if Oli's fix doesn't work, we'll probably just drop that image from beta, not respin yet again)19:57
infinitySo, I can probably start going through the queue and letting things in.19:57
infinityogra_: ^-- You okay with that?19:57
seb128infinity, ogra_: thanks19:58
ogra_the fix will work ... it just wasnt in my image build19:58
seb128no real hurry for me, but it would be nice to have some of the queue flushed by tomorrow19:58
ogra_(we use the same fix somewheer else so i know it is fine)19:58
seb128and if possible before end of european day19:58
* seb128 hates queue flushes on friday afternoon19:59
infinityseb128: Did you get the gwibber seed issues sorted?20:05
* infinity takes lunch.20:07
seb128infinity, yes, the seeds are clean, doko said he was going to move it to universe today20:08
rsalvetitjaalton: ogra_: broken by bug 98288920:08
ubot2`Launchpad bug 982889 in OEM Priority Project precise "X trying to start before plymouth has finished using the drm driver" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/98288920:08
rsalvetias a side effect, it removed the function that was setting the drm bus id20:08
rsalvetibreaking all xorg drivers using that property20:09
infinityseb128: Weird, looks like it's still in main, but no longer showing up for demotion.  I'll have to poke at that.20:09
seb128infinity, yeah, I was trying to check why, the seeds stopped listing it for what I can see20:09
tjaaltonrsalveti: ouch..20:10
tjaaltonrsalveti: could you ping mlankhorst on #ubuntu-x?20:10
tjaaltonhe's EOD already but..20:10
rsalvetitjaalton: sure20:10
tjaaltonwe all hate that bug..20:11
tjaaltonracing all over the place20:11
tjaaltonbut putting that back in shouldn't break it, I think20:11
rsalvetitjaalton: problem is that it's breaking all platform devices20:11
rsalvetiit's just dealing with the pci use case20:12
rsalvetimaybe we just need to improve the patch20:12
ogra_rsalveti, woah20:22
phillwogra_: and now for the fastest iso test in recent history :D20:28
ogra_well, now for watching it dripping through my 2Mbit line20:30
ogra_luckily i tested the whole install already after fixing the bug20:30
ogra_so i only need to see X come up and we are fine20:31
phillwokies, I was going to suggest me pulling in the image and doing a quick md5 to ensure it is what you uploaded?20:31
77CAAVMF22Mbit?  I do feel a little sorry for you?20:31
infinityogra_: S'ok, I'm (finally) going to lunch anyway.  Update results while I'm out, and I'll release before I'm EOD.20:32
ogra_77CAAVMF2, its fine ... i usually get along (i'm just to lazy to upgrade)20:33
ogra_phillw, the manifest file has all info i need ... just need to verify i didnt typo anything or made a mistake20:34
ogra_17min to go20:34
rsalvetiogra_: updated bug 1161981, mlankhorst will work on it tomorrow21:06
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1161981 in xorg-server (Ubuntu) "Boot stalls after Ubuntu Raring desktop ARM (Panda board) install" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116198121:06
ogra_rsalveti, awesome, thanks so much !!!21:13
ogra_infinity, phillw, lubuntu ac100 finished, and approved ...21:13
rsalvetiogra_: np :-)21:13
phillwogra_:  ^^21:15
phillwtook me a few minutes to find the required button :)21:16
dobeyis it ok to remove a single rarely used menu item in software-center right now, to fix a bug? :)21:19
ogra_i guess you need to ask the docteam ...21:20
Riddellare we nearly there yet?21:20
ogra_Riddell, after lunch :)21:20
ogra_(see backlog)21:20
dobeyjbicha: ^^ ?21:22
dobeyi guess i need to do a UIFE request on the bug it fixes?21:23
dobeywell it's really just a workaround for a bug in gtk+/pygobject/libgirepository21:23
dobeybut the menu item is pretty useless anyway21:24
knomeinfinity, noticed.21:30
xnoxdobey: file a quick UIFE for a nod-off.21:51
xnoxdobey: should be fine, considering it's useless as well =)21:51
cyphermoxcould someone please review/accept hud, appmenu-gtk and bamf from the queue, assuming it's good with freezes now?21:53
dobeyxnox: right, ok21:54
dokoso, is the freeze over?22:11
slangasekdoko: we're in freeze from now until release: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2013-April/001030.html22:18
infinitydoko: The hard "don't touch the archive, cause I'm building images" freeze is over but, yet, we're in "please review seeded packages and reject/accept as appropriate" freeze until release.22:19
dokoslangasek, infinity: so it is ok to accept the uploads fixing ftbfs's22:20
infinitydoko: Yep.22:20
phillwinfinity: hope it was a restfull lunch break :)22:21
infinitydoko: Oh, I was waiting on gwibber until we sorted the main/universe thing, but meh.22:22
* infinity shrugs.22:22
dokosorry :-/22:23
infinityAll good, it's not like I announced it or rejected it or anything.22:23
kenvandineinfinity, seb128 said he would demote it after i uploaded22:25
kenvandineinfinity, but actually there is a newer gwibber upload in the queue too22:26
infinitykenvandine: I know, but I wanted to demote first, so the new one actually built in universe and didn't get stripped.22:27
infinitykenvandine: Not a big deal.22:27
kenvandineinfinity, me must have forgotten :)22:27
infinitykenvandine: Oh, heh, it'll need to be demoted before it builds anyway, I win. :)22:29
* infinity will sort out why component-mismatches isn't showing it properly and demote it a bit later.22:30
kenvandineinfinity, thanks22:30
dokoand I assume the kde-l10n-* uploads can be built too over night22:33
infinitydoko: Yeahp, ScottK said those were good to go, post-beta.22:33
dokook, leaving anything else in the queue22:37
jbichadobey: I think USC has way too many menu items ;)22:43
jbichamy GNOME3 fanboyism comes out a bit22:43
* infinity goes about fixing bugs in the new publishing scripts, so he can publish...22:44
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jcastrois there a normal Ubuntu ISO beta release due today?22:51
jcastrothe FinalBetaRelease link on the release schedule wiki page is non existant22:51
infinityjcastro: It's in progress.22:52
infinityThough no one's made a wiki page for that, no.22:53
infinityIf you want to make one, go nuts.  The existing one for Beta1Release and Beta2Release don't seem to have much basis in reality, mind you.22:54
infinitySo, a wiki link to nowhere is about as informative. :P22:54
phillwinfinity: have I got https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RaringRingtail/ReleaseNotes/Beta2/Lubuntu in the wrong place?22:54
jcastroinfinity: I just want to know if there's going to be a beta ISO or not, as I don't remember which milestones were cancelled this time around.22:55
jcastroor if it's just "get a daily"22:55
infinityjcastro: There's one being released literally as we speak.22:56
* jcastro nods22:56
infinityphillw: Seems fine to me.22:56
slangasekinfinity: btw, can you link me the release notes?  I should make sure wubi is documented22:56
infinityslangasek: TechnicalOverview is the release notes currently.  Do you want to copy them to a static Beta2 location?  I'm not sure I see the point, rather than just evolving them until Final.22:57
infinityslangasek: (And, please, mangle them a bit if you see need)22:57
slangasekinfinity: I don't think we need a static beta2 url for it; I'll give the notes that are there a once-over though22:59
slangasekwondering where to put wubi, it doesn't fit under the current headings22:59
slangasekWe could change "New features in raring" to "Changes in Raring"22:59
slangasekor I could add a subheading under "Get Ubuntu 13.04"23:00
slangasekinfinity: opinion?23:00
infinityslangasek: s/New Features/Changes/ seems fine, unless you want it more prominently at the top.23:00
infinityI'd think not providing the wubi binary with the release is a pretty big hint.23:00
slangasekinfinity: per cjwatson, part of the motivation of sticking it in the release notes is to make sure users understand why it's gone away and aren't caught off guard come the actual release23:01
slangasekI think I'm leaning towards a new subheading under "Get"23:01
ScottKOr at least we can blame them for not reading the release notes if they are surprised.23:02
slangasekis "13.04 Final Beta" officially what we're calling this milestone?23:02
infinityslangasek: Oh, I'm not arguing against it being in the release notes, just saying it doesn't necessarily need to be right at the top.  But, given how popular it was in the past, maybe the mention is worth being prominent.23:02
phillwslangasek: beta 2?23:02
infinityslangasek: The filesystem paths are "beta-2", but I think Final Beta was the pretty name we were going for.23:03
slangasekphillw: there was no "beta-1" for some flavors23:03
phillwslangasek: but as the file paths are indeed beta-2, it does make more sense>?23:03
infinityphillw: Are you releasing lubuntu/alternate/powerpc, despite the light testing due to the G4 bug?23:04
phillwinfinity: +1, ubuntu can call it as they wish :)23:04
slangasekphillw: some of the paths are, some aren't; I think it's better to stick with the "Final Beta" name, personally23:04
slangasekah, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/netboot/13.04 doesn't exist23:05
slangasekanyone here with cdimage access who could put one of those together?23:05
phillwinfinity: nope, that is why is not marked ready.23:05
infinityslangasek: Yeah, it's done by hand.  I'll do that.23:05
slangasekinfinity: maybe we should have called the directories "beta"; then the milestones would be in logical order, "beta -1" followed by "beta"23:06
phillwinfinity: as long as we get one of the PPC out it's okay.23:06
infinityslangasek: Hrm?  The directories are universally beta-2, unless you want me to hand-mangle the Ubuntu ones.23:06
phillwfor beta-1, we got desktop out, but not alternate....23:07
infinityslangasek: I'm unconvinced the file paths/names matter deeply here.23:07
slangasekinfinity: nah, I'm not proposing a hand-mangle now, just suggesting that calling it "beta" across the board rather than "beta-2" may have made more sense23:07
infinityOr beta-final or something.23:07
slangasekinfinity: because this is obviously the right time to be nitpicking the directory names23:07
infinityGets overloaded with "final release", mind you.  We didn't really think it through much. :P23:08
phillwslangasek: to everyone except those who have beta-1?23:08
phillwtopic for 13.10... let's get these betas out and announced :)23:08
infinityI think it's fine, really, to just have the alpha/beta cadence be per-milestone opt-in (as it is), and if people miss some, they get number gaps.23:08
cjwatsonI wouldn't advise straying off the beaten path for naming until I've had a chance to look over the scripts; there is more hardcoding than one might expect/like23:09
cjwatsonDue to things like "beta-2 wants to produce *-beta2-* files despite the beta-2 directories because otherwise there's hyphen overload"23:10
cjwatsonand there is a notion somewhere of which milestones are "important"23:11
phillwcjwatson: indeed, even on my (small) mirror server, it will try to zsync a beta-2 from a beta-1. Else zsync just pulls in the entire ISO.23:11
cjwatsoncdimage suffers from requirements overload23:11
cjwatsonSo best not to pile on more requirements for cosmetics :)23:11
phillwoops... +123:12
infinityWhat, Colin doesn't deserve a 2?23:12
infinityslangasek: netboot index sorted.23:13
Riddellwhat am I doing wrong here copying packages? http://paste.kde.org/716294/23:13
phillwinfinity: he does, but I'm not allowed two votes :D23:13
cjwatsonRiddell: I think it needds a source PPA name as well as a source PPA owner23:14
cjwatson(--ppa-name IIRC)23:14
* cjwatson -> bed. Will probably hear SMSes for a bit if it's world-endingly urgent23:17
Riddellcjwatson: spot on23:18
slangasekinfinity: thanks - tweaked a couple missed s/quantal/raring/23:18
slangasekinfinity: should 'omap' perhaps be labelled in more detail now that it's actually "generic" (even though it hasn't been renamed yet)?23:18
infinityslangasek: Oh, my sed was missing a /g probably.  Thanks.23:21
infinityslangasek: As for the omap/generic thing, I intend to rename the d-i flavour next week, and I can fix the links and such at that point.23:21
infinitycjwatson: Gah.23:22
infinitycjwatson: Unbed, unbed!23:22
infinitycjwatson: Publishing to full seems fine, so far.  My first simple attempt just blew up with http://paste.ubuntu.com/5678244/23:23
cjwatsontechnically that only matters for wubi, but let's see ...23:23
cjwatsonYeah, I think that's some tedious change in the +cdmirrors-rss output.  Metalink files only matter if you're publishing an image that wubi.exe needs to read; under the circs I think we can cope without that.  publish-release tolerates this failure, just a bit noisily (note how it kept going).  I'd still like to fix this on principle, but it can wait until I'm back at a proper keyboard.23:29
cjwatsonUnless Steve remembers how source control for MirrorMetalink works and wants to sort it out ...23:29
cjwatson('cos I don't, would need to figure that out)23:29
slangasekmmm, I don't remember, no23:30
cjwatsonI remember it being weird23:30
infinitycjwatson: If that didn't actually cause it to fail to do anything useful, I can live with the noise today.  You need sleep, and I need to be drunk.23:31
cjwatsonUh, one problem23:31
cjwatson... never mind23:31
cjwatson(Thought it would have deleted .metalink files for stable releases, but this isn't done for .pool so it's OK.  Never mind me.)23:33
cjwatsonKinda surprised you haven't run into this for full yet.  Maybe you weren't publishing a want_metalink image type?23:33
infinityI'd done kubuntu, edubuntu, lubuntu.23:34
cjwatsonpreinstalled-* never get metalink23:34
cjwatsonOh well, not going to try to guess now :)23:34
infinityChecksumming full tree ...23:35
infinityCreating and publishing metalink files for the full tree ...23:35
infinityDone!  Remember to sync-mirrors after checking that everything is OK.23:35
infinitySeemed to not crash for kubuntu.23:35
infinityBroke twice for ubuntu.23:35
infinityHence my simple/full stab in the dark.23:35
cjwatsonDo check the file structure on disk as well as lack of explosions, of course, and that HEADER.html and .htaccess for some samples look OK.23:35
* infinity nods.23:35
infinityFile lists looked reasonable, I'll poke headers in a sec.23:36
* infinity wonders if the ubuntukylin HEADER.html should be in Chinese.23:37
slangasekprobably? in theory? :)23:38
cjwatsonArguably, I suppose :)23:38
infinityslangasek: Want to get them to translate it before final?23:38
infinityAlso, isotracker says ubuntugnome, cdimage says ubuntu-gnome.  HELPFUL.23:38
slangasekinfinity: poked23:39
infinityLa la la.23:39
phillwinfinity: yeah, the guy who writes the zsync script actually corrected my entry. A final decision would be helpful :)23:42
infinityphillw: I'm going with what cdimage says. :P23:42
infinityphillw: I'll get the tracker to say the right thing when I figure out how...23:42
phillw77CAAVMF2: are you following?23:45
infinityOr, I'll pester stgraber to fix the tracker later, since I can't sort out where that incorrect string lives.23:46
infinitycjwatson: The "find | sed s/daily/beta/" bit at the end of publish-image-set might be obsolete now?  The new scripts seemed to spit out a sane HEADER.  I think.23:49
77CAAVMF2phillw: I'm following the fact my bladder says I need to visit a room, if that's what you mean.23:49
phillwinfinity: I've only been granted rights today, so I'm not a lot of use.23:49
phillwand those were just for approving releleases, not publishing to them.23:50
phillwinfinity: were their people behind (22:15:23) queuebot: (notice) Builds: Lubuntu Desktop Preinstalled armhf+ac100 [Raring Beta 2] has been marked as ready ? (GMT+1)23:57
infinityI think you wanted 'were'.23:58
infinityAnd yes, I marked it ready, based on Oli's testing.23:58

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