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AlanBellAzelphur: weathering the bitcoin storm ok?07:32
TheOpenSourcererAlanBell: We have an interview in 20mins07:37
bigcalmGood morning peeps :)07:47
MartijnVdSbigcalm: http://www.marshmallowpeeps.com/ ?07:48
bigcalmMartijnVdS: a contraction of peoples ;)07:49
MartijnVdSbigcalm: I know :)07:49
bigcalmBut I do sometimes think of the edible peeps07:49
MartijnVdSDon't eat people!07:49
bigcalmSoilent Green is marshmallow peeps07:50
popeyappropriate http://www.tshirthell.com/funny-shirts/damn-it-beth-brains-again/07:50
bigcalmpopey: any movement on bug 1168160 ?07:51
lubotu3bug 1168160 in popey "Hair cut required" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116816007:51
MartijnVdSpopey: you're a project now? :)07:51
* bigcalm giggles#07:52
TheOpenSourcererHope he's neat and tidy for the Beerex ;-)07:56
* TheOpenSourcerer is wearing a suit & tie today - 1st time in EONS!07:56
TheOpenSourcererAnd it's not for work. It's for luncheon07:57
bigcalmSomething to be said for working from home or a tech company that doesn't do much face to face with clients :)07:57
bigcalmReminds me that I need new slippers07:57
TheOpenSourcererI can't think of any of our csutomers that wear suits. Was with a new one yesterday - T-Shirts & jeans all round07:58
TheOpenSourcererLunch is at the Rugby Club :-D07:58
bigcalmNothing funnier than a beefy sports person squeezed into a suit07:59
bigcalmUpdate from Citylink: Out for delivery - 12 April 2013 5:53:00. This is why packages don't get delivered08:00
bigcalmHayley is coming to the RAT and it is definitely no longer a stag event. Hope this doesn't put anybody off08:03
bigcalmpopey: I invited her as I thought we could make a long weekend of it. Visit my now pregnant sister in Salisbury and then the Mary Rose in Portsmouth08:08
bigcalmSister is due around the date of the wedding. She apologised for the timing. Silly lass08:10
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TheOpenSourcererbigcalm: They do allow women on the RAT - in fact their numbers have increased greatly over the years. BUt the newer models don't seem to have beards. I seem to recall daubers bringing his better half previously too.08:30
bigcalmTheOpenSourcerer: if you recall, Hayley was with us last year :)08:31
TheOpenSourcererMy recollection capacity is inversely proportional to the amount of beer I drink.08:32
* bigcalm goes hunting for photos08:33
TheOpenSourcererWhat goes on tour...08:33
popeystays fuzzy08:34
bigcalmTheOpenSourcerer: not sure if you can see this page or not https://plus.google.com/photos/113834766641843352499/albums/576643839733782779308:34
bigcalmpopey: living the dream :)08:36
mungbeanwhy did i watch threads last night - man that was a grim film08:37
cliftontsMorning all08:37
cliftontsBuzzing in here as usual I see, hehe08:39
popeywould you rather 100+ people said "morning" every time someone arrived?08:40
cliftontsWell, it's nice to feel noticed08:41
Myrttiwelcome to IRC ;-)08:41
Myrttiwe generally ignore each other08:41
bigcalmIt's a special kind of love :)08:41
popeysay something worth noticing ☻08:42
cliftontsI've come in here because I'm doing the most boring, long winded job in the world at the moment08:42
cliftontsouch indeed!08:42
Myrttimungbean: if I don't remember wrong, they might have shown Grave of the Fireflies some time ago.08:43
Myrttiit's probably not as grim as threads, but it got me seeing nightmares for a week.08:43
bigcalmOh my, I couldn't watch the whole of Grave of the Fireflies08:44
bigcalmSo sad :'(08:44
bigcalmI'm getting old, just had to google ikr08:44
cliftontsHey, bigcalm. I used to try to contribute to bug reports and testing etc, bet you can't guess why I stopped08:45
MyrttiI've told dsample I'm willing to watch it with him, in the summer, in the morning of a beautiful day with something nice like a trip to a museum or a country fair or something planned for the rest of the day08:45
bigcalmMyrtti: why would you watch it a 2nd time?08:45
BigRedScliftonts: I guess it wasn't because they were filling your mailbox with bugmail08:45
mungbeanMyrtti: what's it about?08:46
mungbeansimilar stuff?08:46
Myrttimungbean: two kids in Japan during WWII08:46
mungbeani was watching threads at 1am while feeding baby, wishing i was in bed 3 hrs previously08:46
cliftontsBigRedS: No, it's because I tend to find those 'in the know' are very abrupt and rude. I got fed up with having my head bitten off for trying to get involved and trying to be friendly.08:47
mungbeanno one bites heads in here08:47
popeymy spidey sense is tingling08:47
popeythat looked like an incredibly uncloaked dig at me there cliftonts08:47
cliftontsI dunno mungbean, even something meant well and taken the wrong way can still put people off08:48
Myrttiguise, let's look at kittens08:48
mungbeanthats why we have winky symbols ;)08:48
cliftontspopey, not specifically but your comments don't exactly make me feel welcome. It's something I've seen a lot off in Ubuntu circles over the last 6 years08:48
mungbeancan i get the mtp stuff thats in 13.04 in 12.04 easily?08:49
popeycliftonts: look at it from a point of view other than your own08:50
popeycliftonts: you arrive and almost every time make some snide comment within minutes08:50
popeywe sit here all day and converse, and don't happen to throw out the red carpet and balloons the second you walk in08:50
popeyyou're reading too much into that.08:50
cliftontsTell you what then, I won't bother having a sense of humor in future. Sorry for being an individual.08:51
mungbeanits not even monday.08:51
Laneytell you what, I'm feeling anxious because JamesTait hasn't told me what "day" it is yet08:51
MyrttiI did try to pull you all to watching kittens.08:52
Myrttioh well.08:52
* Laney calls his mother08:52
MyrttiI get +10points for trying08:52
MartijnVdSLaney: it's The first day of Cerealia08:52
MartijnVdSLaney: also, Commemoration of first human in space (Yuri Gagarin)08:52
mungbeanhis bot is broke08:52
Laneyyou usurper!08:52
MartijnVdSLaney: someone had to!08:54
MartijnVdSLaney: people were feeling UNEASE08:54
JamesTaitGood morning all, happy Friday, and happy Walk On Your Wild Side Day! >:-)09:01
JamesTaitMartijnVdS, I'm disappointed in you.09:01
MartijnVdSJamesTait: But.. Cerealia is a very important part of ancient Roman culture!09:01
JamesTaitAnd Laney, how could you doubt me? Have I ever let you down?09:01
LaneyI was getting worried something had happened to you!09:02
JamesTaitMartijnVdS, I'm sure it is, but you could at least let me seat go cold before you try to sit in it. ;)09:02
JamesTaitLaney, aw shucks! :-P09:02
JamesTaitLaney, I never knew you cared!09:03
popeyget a room09:03
mungbeanMartijnVdS: have you done a openwrt jobby using a usb->serial adapter?09:03
JamesTaitAre you not feeling the love, popey?09:04
Laneyhe's jealous and wants some of the love09:05
MartijnVdSmungbean: yes, one of the "FTDI" ones that  you tend to get when playing with Arduinos09:05
* JamesTait offers popey a koeksister peace offering.09:07
mungbeanARRGH  Rev. A2 only: Some resistors (R264, R273, R275) are missing, so the serial port won't work. I've bridged them with solder (since I don't have access to SMT equipment), and it seems like it's working. This is not needed for rev. A3.09:07
mungbeanlooks like i wasted my time09:07
MartijnVdSmungbean: you don't have a soldering iron?09:10
mungbeannot at work09:11
MartijnVdSaha :)09:11
mungbeanand, tbh, its a rubbish AP09:11
mungbeani just wanted to play09:11
MartijnVdSget a WDR4300 ;)09:11
mungbeanthis was free09:12
MartijnVdSOK a 703n then (they're $15 on ebay)09:12
mungbeani don't understand tho: http://wiki.openwrt.org/toh/d-link/dwl-2100ap#installing09:13
mungbeanwhat it means by "press ESC until you get a boot prompt" ..esc where?09:13
MartijnVdSmungbean: in the terminal app :)09:13
MartijnVdSmungbean: you can do "screen /dev/ttyUSBx" for the USB-serial port (or /dev/ttyACMx, or whatever it becomes)09:13
MartijnVdSmungbean: then press ESC in that09:13
MartijnVdSyou could attach a VT-100 and press esc on that, of course09:14
mungbeanah ok09:14
mungbeanit wasn't clear09:14
mungbeanyou can do screen /dev/ttyUSB0?09:14
mungbeani thought u had to do minicom stuff?09:15
* JamesTait just had to re-read that too, mungbean.09:15
MartijnVdSmungbean: yeah but minicom is a bit heavyweight, screen can do the same just fine09:15
AlanBellhuh? screen can do that??09:15
MartijnVdSAlanBell: uhhuh :)09:15
AlanBellscreen the byobu thing?09:15
MartijnVdSAlanBell: screen /dev/ttyUSB0 11520009:16
JamesTaitI was about to deduct 0.5 geek points from myself, but I see I'm not the only one.09:16
MartijnVdSor 9600.. or 57600, or whatever port :)09:16
MartijnVdSJamesTait: I'll take those geek points ;)09:16
bigcalmI was about to say the same thing. Thought the xbee device I've been using runs at 9600. Wireless mesh is sloooooooooooooooooooooooow09:16
SuperMattwait wait wait... everyone try resizing a window in raring, while holding shift09:17
MartijnVdSSuperMatt: I resize using alt..09:17
bigcalmSuperMatt: I'm on 12.10 and that was fun09:17
SuperMattI KNOW RIGHT?09:17
mungbeanwe all learned something cool today MartijnVdS thanks09:18
SuperMattthat's clearly been there for longer than I was aware of, but dang it's good09:18
mungbeani work in a university, finding people willing to do soldering for me should be easy right?09:18
JamesTaitSuperMatt, interesting!09:18
SuperMattjust head to the engineering department!09:19
JamesTaitI can't think of a single reason I'd want to use that feature, but it's still interesting!09:19
JamesTaitMartijnVdS, you can have my geek points, you're worthy of them.09:20
JamesTaitI had no idea screen could do this.09:20
Myrttiwakka wakka09:20
* directhex moos09:20
bigcalmTime to get these UPS batteries fitted09:20
Dave2It's not working in Xfwm I am disappointed :(09:21
mungbeanheh bigcalm did that on weds09:21
mungbeanlive while the vmware infrastructure chugged away09:21
bigcalmmungbean: Ah, this is in an UPS that has to be unplugged and dismantled to replace things. It's not actually designed for the operation but people still do it.09:23
mungbeanoh which make? a big jobby, or a rack mount one?09:23
bigcalmmungbean: I work from home. Some belkin thing09:24
mungbeanoh. i don't actually have any serial pins. http://wiki.openwrt.org/_media/inbox/d-link/dwl-2100ap/serial_a2.png09:24
bigcalmI've been running without UPS for several months now. I couldn't take the stress any more and ordered new batteries09:25
MartijnVdSmungbean: that's the JTAG header09:25
MartijnVdSmungbean: the serial header should be next to it?09:25
MartijnVdSmungbean: ah yes, you solder headers onto those09:25
MyrttiBelkin :-(09:25
mungbeanthis is a fail09:25
mungbeangonna waste my time on something else09:25
bigcalmMyrtti: it's what the company bought me09:25
mungbeanlucky the cable only cost £1.6909:25
bigcalmMyrtti: and I feel the same way09:26
mungbeani want to snooze but there's someone else in the office atm09:28
bigcalmThat never stopped my boss when we used to share an office09:28
mungbeansnooze after lunch is acceptable, but 10.30?09:30
SuperMattI could do with a snooze right now09:30
mungbeanpoor missis sacrificed some sleep so i could get 6hrs09:31
mungbeanshe had 409:31
bigcalmQuite often I fall asleep during my lunch break09:31
JamesTait4 hours? She doesn't know how good she's got it!09:31
JamesTaitWhen I were a lad....09:31
bigcalmThe above is one of many reasons that I'm glad we don't have children09:32
mungbeanearly days, shoud get better when sprog is > 4 months09:32
mungbeanbut i do find myself liek this http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-NjPGHZOm_b0/TevXfBmcruI/AAAAAAAACBg/ZYvPPRYN0d4/s1600/tumblr_lkxxp8abYX1qcalu5o1_500.jpg09:33
JamesTaitIt does look like I'm about to lose my weekend lie-ins.  My eldest son has been having golf lessons at 9am on Saturday mornings, and now my youngest wants to start tennis lessons at 8:30 on Sunday mornings.09:36
MartijnVdSJamesTait: get them to play football instead ;)09:37
JamesTaitI suppose I'm finally going to have to admit defeat and start going to bed earlier.09:37
MartijnVdSlike a true old man09:37
JamesTaitMartijnVdS, I tried, I really did - but they're just not interested in football.09:37
mungbeancan't they learn on the playstation?09:38
awilkinsWifelet takes the offspring to church on Sunday morning.. I object to church, but I don't object to Sunday morning being peaceful09:38
JamesTaitMartijnVdS, I can go off people, you know. ;)09:38
mungbeanmy son loves church as the higlight of his week (me too in fact)09:38
MartijnVdSawilkins: wow, people still do that?09:38
awilkinsMartijnVdS, Yeah, religion is still endemic. A mostly benign parasitic disease of the mind (hey, at least it keeps some other diseases out)09:40
brobostigongood morning everyone.09:40
mungbeanyo bro09:40
mungbeantrying to find an alternative AP that supports {dd,open}wrt in the cupboar09:40
brobostigonmorning mungbean09:40
mungbeanlinksys WAP4400n ...nope. what a lame AP09:41
brobostigona rpi and a wifi apaptor that supports ap mode.09:41
MartijnVdSbrobostigon: is the control socket stuff working now?09:42
mungbeanyeah was hoping for zero cost solution09:42
mungbeanhave to find sometihng else to learn today, like maybe backing up my stuff to amazon glacier09:42
brobostigonMartijnVdS: yes, works fine, now need to work out that bridging,09:42
MartijnVdSmungbean: http://r.ebay.com/yYK8tO09:43
JamesTaitAm I missing a link somewhere, or does ubuntuforums.org not accept OpenID auth from Ubuntu SSO?09:44
MartijnVdSbrobostigon: http://wiki.debian.org/BridgeNetworkConnections09:44
brobostigonMartijnVdS: i am reading that as we speak, :)09:44
MartijnVdSbrobostigon: good :)09:44
brobostigonMartijnVdS: :)09:45
mungbeanMartijnVdS: what's the connection for the 3g?09:45
MartijnVdSbrobostigon: it explains the basics well, you can find the rest in the manual, or here: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Adv-Routing-HOWTO/09:45
MartijnVdSmungbean: It's just an USB port09:45
mungbeanah ok. stiull cute09:45
MartijnVdSmungbean: there's no 3G modem in the device, you have to attach one yourself09:46
brobostigonMartijnVdS: ah, hadnt though about ldp, :)09:46
MartijnVdSbrobostigon: it's old but good :)09:46
brobostigonMartijnVdS: :)09:46
mungbeanjust seen the lower pictures now09:46
MartijnVdSmungbean: this is one of the most hackable devices at the moment -- the OpenWRT wiki has complete pinouts of EVERYTHING on that tiny board :)09:47
hooverhi folks09:47
mungbeanis the flashing of openwrt straightforward?09:48
hooverjust installed qemu-kvm on 12.10, now why can't I select virtio drivers in virt-manager for a guest?09:48
hoovercannot find anything related with apt-cache either09:48
hooverAll I have available is ide, scsi and usb.09:48
MartijnVdSmungbean: yes, but you have to compile a snapshot yourself, because newer devices won't boot with the current latest Release candidate09:48
hooverhm, I think I'll check the qemu channel...09:51
popeymungbean: fwiw I had very little trouble with my netgear wndr 370009:55
bigcalmwndr 3700 \o/09:57
bigcalmI still haven't got around to attempting to unbrick my wndr 380009:57
davmor2Morning all10:08
bigcalmMorning davmor210:09
bigcalmdavmor2: had the discs replaced. Garage said that it was normal wear for 3 years of use10:09
davmor2bigcalm: Yay10:10
davmor2bigcalm: I got my broken wiper off, and am in the process of free up the spindle though that might take a few days.  I also did some research and found out what the issue is too.  The spindle is steel and the housing aluminium so it is corrosion over rust :(10:13
bigcalmOh dear10:13
mungbeanmy dad used to have MOT wipers10:14
bigcalmI'm thinking my boot window lock switch is a wiring fault rather than fuse. If it were the fuse, the key fob wouldn't be able to unlock it10:14
mungbeanbrand new set he'd put on the day before MOT10:14
bigcalmOh speaking of wipers. What's a good make to go for? I'm fed up of the constant smearing seen on mine and my lady's car10:15
davmor2bigcalm: no necessarily don't forget the switch needs power, where as the remote will just have a controller on the motor for release :)10:16
davmor2bigcalm: valeo10:16
bigcalmdavmor2: I wish there was a Haynes manual for our car10:16
davmor2there is I have one10:16
bigcalmThere wasn't one the last time I looked (several months ago)10:17
* bigcalm orders10:17
davmor2bigcalm: I had to go to halfords to get a new license plate for our trailer tent and saw it on offer so swiped it quick10:18
bigcalmdavmor2: I'm booked in to have the DAB radio fitted on Monday. Will have a mooch then10:19
bigcalmNow to find one for Hayley's Huindai Matrix10:20
davmor2bigcalm: it was 16.99 rather than 20 odd10:20
davmor2bigcalm: http://www.haynes.com/mole10:21
bigcalmdavmor2: nice10:21
bigcalmdavmor2: they have the Toyota Matrix, not the Hyundai one10:22
mungbeancorrelation between work on raring and bugs in 12.04?https://errors.ubuntu.com/?release=Ubuntu%2012.04&period=day10:22
davmor2bigcalm: http://ubuntuone.com/1oipmuRCKL1JJBFbPAk8Jv just to prove it covers ours :)10:23
bigcalmdavmor2: I do believe you :) http://www.haynes.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?catalogId=10001&storeId=10001&productId=53659&langId=-110:24
davmor2bigcalm: that looks just like the picture on the front of mine ;)10:25
bigcalmAmazing eh?10:25
bigcalmBeing ill has helped me loose a few extra pounds. I should get sick more often10:26
SuperMattBeing offered free pizza by papa johns has helped me put on a few extra pounds10:26
SuperMattI really need to avoid papa johns10:26
* SuperMatt grumbles because a script he wrote, and was working perfectly on another machine, has decided not to work10:28
Myrttihaha Peugeot10:28
Myrttialthough I'd laugh even harder if it were Renault10:29
popeythat lsb_release crash is hilarious10:29
davmor2Myrtti: nothing wrong with our cars and peugeot/citreon use Ubuntu in their plants :P10:30
Myrttidavmor2: McDonalds uses bacon in some of their food. it doesn't make McDonalds any better.10:30
* bigcalm tickles Myrtti10:30
SuperMattare we arguing the merits of bacon?10:31
davmor2SuperMatt: no jono loses everytime10:31
Myrttino. French cars.10:31
davmor2Myrtti: it's not Mine was built in Britain :P10:32
SuperMattoh no, it must be bad-pun-o'clock10:32
davmor2SuperMatt: Oh come on, an hour with jono or a bacon butty, you can't tell me jono is going to win10:33
Myrttidavmor2: so it's not *quite* as bad as French cars.10:33
SuperMattmmm... bacon butty10:33
davmor2told you10:33
SuperMattwe shouldn't talk about bacon10:33
SuperMattbecause I'm trying to lose some poundage10:33
SuperMattgonna go cycling tomorrow, assuming I can find the key for my D lock10:34
SuperMattotherwise I'm walking all the way to the fabric shop10:34
davmor2That's easy, buy it from a cafe you'll be a couple of pounds lighter than you went in with :)10:34
SuperMattBAD PUNS10:34
bigcalmI'm already wondering what to have for lunch, not good10:35
davmor2SuperMatt: indeed but I couldn't resist10:35
SuperMattI think I'm going to shimmy to the nearest boots and pick up one of their cheap/healthy lunch deals10:35
davmor2bigcalm: Bacon and Bread and Brown Sauce10:35
SuperMattexcept now it's raining10:36
* SuperMatt shakes a fist at the gods10:36
bigcalmdavmor2: sausages in the freezer. Good idea, ta10:36
davmor2SuperMatt: that's why god gave you waterproofs :P10:36
MartijnVdSSuperMatt: http://www.just-eat.co.uk/10:36
SuperMattno gods supplied me with an anorak10:36
davmor2MartijnVdS: hahahaha10:36
SuperMattmy mum did once, but I never wore it10:37
Myrttithen again I kinda want a Mini if I ever get a licence to drive10:37
Myrttior an old Saab10:37
MartijnVdSSuperMatt: so.. you're NOT an anorak then?10:37
bigcalmJust Eat is a joke. For my post code it returns 3 Indian restaurants and 1 Chinese take-away10:37
Myrttisomething that I can learn to fix myself10:37
davmor2Myrtti: Saab 900 turbo it's the only one you can still get parts for :)10:38
SuperMattbigcalm: the restaurants need to sign up10:38
jacobwWhy a Saab?10:38
MartijnVdSbecause Scandinavia?10:38
Myrttidavmor2: yes.10:38
davmor2MartijnVdS, Myrtti: you could always get a volvo :)10:39
Myrttijacobw: because I'm inclined towards Volvos, VW's and Saabs.10:39
Myrttidavmor2: yes, it would work with my problem with left and right, as it says on the steering wheel which is which10:39
bigcalmNow variety has changed my background to doughnuts, cookies and muffins. ARGH10:39
Myrtti(it's an old Finnish joke: *V*asen for left and *O*ikea for right)10:40
* bigcalm got it10:40
davmor2bigcalm: got what10:41
bigcalmdavmor2: the Finnish play on words10:41
bigcalmMy desktop image: http://wallpapers.net/many_cookies-wallpapers.html :(10:41
bigcalmHumm, forgot to take my service record with me for the service yesterday. Looks like I'm going out at lunch today10:43
BigRedSbigcalm: most of those aren't cookies! I am most disappointed10:43
bigcalmBigRedS: the name is very misleading.10:43
davmor2bigcalm: you could always deselect the food ones :P10:44
Myrttimy wallpaper: https://plus.google.com/117058794763073546749/posts/6daZhLPHtk810:45
MartijnVdSMyrtti: ooh, shiny10:46
MartijnVdSMyrtti: this is mine: http://www.flickr.com/photos/treenaks/6816260055/in/set-72157629167894627/lightbox/10:47
davmor2this is my current one http://ubuntuone.com/65C2A5xIZswgrPn619Dc0i well on my main box any way on all the others it's the default :)10:49
MartijnVdSdavmor2: Ubuntu 14.04 - Tasty Tiger?10:50
davmor2MartijnVdS: http://ubuntuone.com/28jkCVrUhgqIHmvenfI389 Terrifying Tiger10:51
MartijnVdSdavmor2: Looks like a hot day. Toasty tiger?10:52
davmor2MartijnVdS: it was when ever I go to see them it seem to be the hottest day on earth10:54
davmor2MartijnVdS: I think it was 28c that day10:55
bootkigftrgds1!textadept  <-- sorry just seeing if this package is listed  [ http://ppa.webupd8.org/post/47615409606/textadept-4-5-available-in-the-main-webupd8-ppa ]10:57
lubotu3bootkigftrgds1: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)10:57
popeysomeone should tell bootkigftrgds1 about /query lubotu310:58
popeyand !info10:58
directhexand honey badgers10:58
davmor2popey: someone should tell him about, apt-cache search, or usc, or apps.ubuntu.com/cat , or package.ubuntu.com ...........................10:59
davmor2This just landed in my inbox with the title "What's new? Walnut, velvet and leather!" was about to hit the spam button till I realised it was Ikea :)11:02
popeyI should probably close a tab or two http://ubuntuone.com/1u99Qxy9CTsPjyT9yJRkxt11:07
MartijnVdSpopey: s/two/& hundred/11:08
popeythats just one window11:08
JamesTaitpopey, that's a very wide window. I have the same problem, but my tabs scroll.11:09
Myrttiwell this was in my inbox today: https://plus.google.com/100016383867666174158/posts/dAu8DWBPGdg11:10
* MartijnVdS rarely has >4 tabs open at once11:10
mungbean!info nasty11:10
JamesTaitWhile useful for keeping the tab titles readable, it doesn't help in demonstrating to me just how many tabs I still have open.11:10
lubotu3nasty (source: nasty): A tool which helps you to recover your GPG passphrase. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.6-2 (quantal), package size 8 kB, installed size 68 kB11:10
JamesTaitI usually realise how bad the situation has got when my machine starts swapping furiously and Firefox is using 3G RAM.11:11
davmor2popey: at least you can see tabs :)11:11
BigRedSOoh. Github drinkup in London tomorrow11:12
MartijnVdSBigRedS: speaking of github - http://starlogs.net/11:13
davmor2Myrtti: does that mean you are already hitting seals?  How do the double it do they provide you with a baseball bat :D  You'd think they would check if it could be misinterpreted really wouldn't you :)11:14
BigRedSMartijnVdS: yeah, I've been sticking all my repos through that this morning :)11:14
BigRedSI think it'll start turning up in my "look how much work I did today" emails11:14
MartijnVdShaha :)11:15
davmor2BigRedS: you don't won't github getting drunk really do you, I mean can you image what it would do with your code.  Only buy pepsi's11:15
BigRedSOoh, actually, it's not obvious how I can link to a particular repo in there11:16
BigRedSdavmor2: it can't make it much worse... :)11:16
MartijnVdSBigRedS: hack on it - https://github.com/artemave/StarLogs11:16
BigRedS( https://github.com/blog/1471-london-drinkup for anyone interested in Free beer in London )11:16
BigRedSMartijnVdS: fork that!11:17
MartijnVdSBigRedS: Shouldn't we be calling people who work at/on/for Github "hubsters"11:17
MartijnVdS"I cloned that project before it was cool"11:17
BigRedSWant to hack on it? No problem. But first, it is not just Javascript and CSS. It is pogoscript and sass. Oh, and they require node.js and ruby respectively."11:18
BigRedSnewline fail :(11:18
BigRedSbut, anyway, that's four things I don't know how to use and two things I don't like using11:18
BigRedSI'll just make another page that uses WWW::Mech or something :)11:18
BigRedSI did misread/misinterpret that first as "Service As A Service"11:20
MartijnVdSBigRedS: 8-)11:21
MartijnVdSBigRedS: that sounds like a "dot-com" era business model11:21
ali1234pogoscript looks truly terrible11:23
ali1234it's basically ruby that compiles to javascript11:24
AlanBellcode that writes code is not happy code11:47
MartijnVdSAlanBell: tell that to SkyNet11:50
DaraelAlanBell: Tell that to a Lispnik.11:59
BigRedSmost of my bash scripts are written by Perl scripts these days12:04
MartijnVdSBigRedS: eval "`what`"?12:05
MartijnVdSeval `what`12:05
MartijnVdSmight work better12:05
BigRedSI've been doing a bunch of migrationy stuff, so it's concocting lists of rsync and mysql(dump) invocations. I'm not confident enough to backtick it, so I write a shell script that I have a read over before running12:06
hoovercheers all12:14
AlanBellis there a way to allow a non-root user to dd stuff to an sd card?/12:29
MartijnVdSAlanBell: I think so12:30
popeyspeaking of which12:30
MartijnVdSAlanBell: securely, or not? :)12:30
popeytwo USB 3.0 sticks just arrived12:30
AlanBellMartijnVdS: I just don't want to accidentally one day pick /dev/sda instead of /dev/sdb12:31
AlanBellit is only me doing it, I just want to protect myself from myself12:31
popeydont use dd then?12:31
popeyuse tools which dont let you do that12:31
AlanBellsuch as?12:32
MartijnVdSAlanBell: setfacl -m u:alan:rw /dev/sdb :)12:32
MartijnVdS\o/ POSIX ACLs12:32
popeythat depends what you're trying to do12:32
popey/dev/sdc: Timing cached reads:   11666 MB in  2.00 seconds = 5835.19 MB/sec Timing buffered disk reads: 194 MB in  3.02 seconds =  64.22 MB/sec12:33
popeyis that good?12:33
popeyUSB stick12:33
MartijnVdSit's not bad :)12:34
AlanBellTiming buffered disk reads:  58 MB in  3.08 seconds =  18.86 MB/sec12:34
AlanBellthat is an SLC SD card12:35
MartijnVdSSLC? is that a brand or a speed rating? :)12:36
AlanBellit is the more reliable variety12:36
AlanBellsingle cell per bit12:37
AlanBellsingle bit per cell even12:37
AlanBellthe posic acl trick isn't persistent :(12:39
MartijnVdSit is if you put it in udev rules :)12:39
AlanBellworks great once, but remove it and insert another and its /dev/sdb wen away12:39
AlanBellok, that should work12:40
Myrttiwhy can't there be an open source password manager that integrates with the browsers and isn't totally pants12:40
Myrtti(first world problems yay)12:40
mungbeanMyrtti: there is, so long as emacs is your browser12:41
MyrttiI haven't had emacs installed for few years now.12:41
mungbeani've gone my whole sysadmin life without using it. vim ftw12:42
mungbeani've known people who use it as a shell12:42
mungbeansick, twisted people12:42
Myrttiin other news12:42
MartijnVdSMyrtti: recovering addict? :)12:43
Myrttino not really, I had specific uses for emacs which are now nonexistent12:44
davmor2Myrtti: it's called a pad and pen, it's also potable so you can use it on proprietary OS's too and mobiles........12:51
Myrttidavmor2: keepass2 database I can synchronize to my mobile and other devices and it's portable...12:51
bigcalmpotable sounds cuter12:52
Myrttialso crossplatform.12:52
mgdmyay, you could drink it12:52
Myrttibut it crashes a lot.12:52
bigcalmKeepAss2 is what we use at work12:52
davmor2bigcalm: shame on you12:53
bigcalmmgdm: how's WW?12:53
bigcalmdavmor2: :D12:53
Myrttidavmor2: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Personal-Internet-Address-Password-Organizer/ here's for you. Secure as ever.12:54
Myrttithe reviews are golden12:54
davmor2Myrtti:  Looking for something? We're sorry. The Web address you entered is not a functioning page on our site. Go to Amazon.co.uk's Home Page   not so good here :)12:55
mungbeansolution is to make all your passwords Myrtti12:55
mungbeanand make the username something like CorrectHorseBatteryStaple12:56
davmor2Myrtti: I love the guy who obviously have no sense of humour and has gone on a security rant :)12:58
bigcalmdavmor2: I have seen those books available in shops :(12:58
Myrttidavmor2: sadly, the sarcastic review might not get the point across12:59
davmor2they just need to put a lock on the book then it's secure right :D13:00
Myrttiwell I suppose I should have expected totally inane banter when I just ranted and vented my own frustration myself.13:00
Myrttithanks for not letting me forget.13:01
Myrtti(this moment brought to you by Keepass2 crashing and refusing to restart after said crash unless I relogin to my XFCE4 session)13:08
davmor2Myrtti: what you need is one of these with MY PASSWORDS written on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wk-YaHmP6k13:12
mungbeanrunning my first amazon glacier backup \o/13:23
MartijnVdSis it slow?13:23
SuperMattare there any good glacier tools for linux yet?13:24
mungbeanSuperMatt: i run a script called mt-aws-glacier13:26
mungbeane.g i have photos in folders 2000-201313:26
mungbeanmake tar file of each folder and copy them to a tars folder13:27
mungbeanrun the mts-aws-glacier sync script and tell it which vault to put them in13:27
mungbeanMartijnVdS: dunno how slow yet13:27
mungbeani suspect there may be a 100MB switch somewhere on my route out to the net , otherwise i'd be rocking 1GB13:28
MartijnVdSmungbean: nah glaciers move slowly, was my point13:33
mungbeanhohoho cold storage, rather than slow moving land mass13:35
mungbeanyou only really pay when you extract it13:35
bigcalmDo you pay to list content?13:35
davmor2bigcalm: if you do then you could always write a script that kept a local copy13:36
davmor2local list even13:37
mungbeanbigcalm: who's that qu for?13:37
bigcalmmungbean: whomever wants to answer it :)13:38
bigcalmmungbean: you I guess13:38
mungbeanif its amazon glacier, you pay v small amount to upload, e.g. few $$ to upload 100GB13:38
mungbeanand similar amount to retain there13:38
mungbeanfor the year13:38
mungbeanLISTVAULTS, GETJOBOUTPUT, DELETE† and all other Requests = free13:39
bigcalmWhat's the caveat with the †?13:40
mungbean† Glacier is designed with the expectation that retrievals are infrequent and unusual, and data will be stored for extended periods of time. You can retrieve up to 5% of your average monthly storage (pro-rated daily) for free each month. If you choose to retrieve more than this amount of data in a month, you are charged a retrieval fee starting at $0.011 per gigabyte. Learn more. In addition, there is a pro-rated charge of $0.033 per gigabyte13:40
bigcalmI see, thanks13:41
mungbeancheap as chips, especially if u don't expect to retrieve it13:42
MartijnVdSencrypt before storing it though.. yay US laws13:43
mungbeanyou can store in ireland13:43
MartijnVdSyes, but Amazon is still a US company13:46
MartijnVdSand forced to hand over data if the US gov't asks for it13:46
mungbeanhas anyone used the google play magazines app?13:47
MartijnVdSmungbean: currents? I found it lacking in content.13:47
mungbeanfor reading purchased magazines13:47
mungbeanthere's a dedicated "zinio type" app in the store13:49
mungbeanwondered what sort of format the magz were stored in for offline reading13:49
Myrttiit's nice13:49
mungbeanbetter than zinio?13:50
Myrttidon't know about zinio13:50
mungbeani'm more interested how i could keep the magazine for posterity, DRM free13:50
mungbeanany idea Myrtti ?13:53
mungbeanare they stored as encrypted pdfs or some other nasty format?13:54
MyrttiI have no idea, they're there and they've got both the look-a-like and the mobile version of the magazine13:57
mungbeani'm worried that when the app goes away, we can't see the magazine anymore13:57
popeyhave you tried those zinio decryption tools?14:00
mungbeanthere are none14:00
mungbean(that i've found)14:00
mungbeanthere's also something called pocketmags, another contender14:05
mungbeannitro is pretty app :D14:10
mungbeanwhat's not to like?14:11
mgdmbigcalm: so far so good14:21
ali1234what do you see on this webpage? http://isnamecoinworkingornot.bit.namecoin-suffix.dot-bit.org/14:55
ali1234ah, the wrong site, i see14:56
shaunoI get 'just another wordpress site'14:57
ali1234yeah that's my webpage14:57
ali1234what's the difference between ServerName and ServerAlias (apache)?14:59
SuperMattserver name is the definitive name, server alias is other aliases that the virtual host can listen for15:01
SuperMattbasically, you can listen for www.server.tld, and server.tld, and whatever.server.tld15:02
ali1234yeah i get that, but what difference does it actually make, in practice?15:03
ali1234if i have 1 name and 1 alias, and i swap them over, what changes in practice?15:03
mungbeanprobably security cert issues?15:05
ali1234ah, i see. anything else? cos i'm not using certs15:06
mungbeanwhats the best way to get started on openstack?15:26
jacobwHang yourself15:27
BigRedSali1234: nothing at all15:27
BigRedSservername can have only one argument15:27
BigRedSserveraliases many15:27
BigRedSother than that, there's no real distinction15:27
BigRedSoh, and any vhost must have a servername, serveraliases are optional15:27
* SuperMatt nods15:28
BigRedSbut it doesn't affect anything with certs, either15:28
BigRedSwe generally have a servername of the form <user>.<fqdn> and then add aliases as real domains are made to resolve to the right place15:28
BigRedSso within about a week nobody ever visits the vhost via the servername15:29
BigRedSand there's never been a side-effect15:29
popeymungbean: what do you want to do with openstack?15:41
SuperMattan update to evolution15:59
SuperMattI can finally see my calendar entries!15:59
directhexSuperMatt, 3.6.4?16:04
Laneythat's the one16:04
Laneythanks to YOU, JO SHIELDS!16:04
directhexnow to wait for delicious backports!16:04
SuperMattdirecthex: yuppers!16:05
SuperMattis there much changed in 3.8?16:05
directhexi'm scared of evolution updates, since they break so much in their major versions16:05
directhex2.6 was unusable before 3.6.416:05
Laneyhuh, I don't see 3.6.4 in quantal-proposed unapproved16:05
Laneythought he uploaded it16:06
directhexi got the email16:06
directhexit's been approved16:06
directhexwait, that's raring16:06
directhexso no, i've seen nothing for quantal16:06
lubotu3Ubuntu bug 1158367 in evolution (Ubuntu Quantal) " [SRU] [MRE] evolution 3.6.4" [Undecided,Confirmed]16:08
Laneyfive and subscribe16:08
MindCrashi am installing latest version of minitube and i am halfway through getting the right .so files for it, is there anyway i can produce a list of the rest of the .so files it needs?17:17
popeyldd <filename>17:18
popeycan you not just apt-get it?17:18
MindCrashcool only 13 files left :-) now is there any way i can apt-get those and make sure they all go in usr/lib?17:20
popeywhy not just "sudo apt-get install minitube" ?17:23
MindCrashbecause you get a version that doesnt work but after a google of the prob it suggested manually installing a more recent version(which I have had working on another distro)17:24
popeywhat version doesn't work?17:24
popeyyou could try the 1.9 deb from quantal?17:26
popeyhttp://packages.ubuntu.com/quantal/amd64/minitube/download or http://packages.ubuntu.com/quantal/i386/minitube/download  depending on your architecture17:26
popeymuch easier / safer than faffing manually with libraries17:26
MindCrashwill try that later, but is there anyway to download and control place of install of libraries?17:28
popeywell, no, because that's not "the right way" of doing it17:28
MindCrashhmmmm :-)17:29
MindCrashmany thanks for your help i will try your suggestion :-)17:31
Myrttigoddammit Keepass217:58
Lil-|^RedMMmm .. OT| It's been a long day today .. Just one more time, though.   | :: http://youtu.be/eYDvxo-M0OQ?t=3m45s18:28
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Myrttimungbean: did you notice that there's free magazine trials on Google Play?18:53
Myrttiincluding Linux Format18:53
mungbeancgeeers Myrtti19:18
DJonesI wonder if the £6.99/month "handset insurance" offered by all the mobile phone shops would cover this for damage or theft? http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/50858/iphone-5-black-diamond-10-million-pounds19:47
brobostigonnew HIGNFY at 9pm, bbc1,19:57
popeyDJones: friend of mine used to work for vertu - the people who took nokia phone guts and put bling on them..20:04
popeywas insane the amount of money people would pay for them20:04
popeythere was one model which had a black/white/grey screen and another identical one that had a colour screen20:04
popeythey were actually the same phone with a software change20:05
popeysome premiership footballer went in to their store and said he didnt like having the grey one, could he swap for a colour one... they did a software update and charged him $$$ to do it20:05
DJonesThat doesn't surprise me (the footballer paying to have something done, that is)20:06
popeyI had a play with one a while back, they're bonkers20:07
ali1234to be fair vertu comes with 24 hour concierge service20:08
popeyand they are hand built20:08
ali1234it's not just a gold plated phone20:08
DJonesFor a £10M phone upgrade, I'd want 24/7 armed security guards included, not just a concierge20:09
ali1234they don't cost £10M, they cost £10K20:09
popeyhe's talking about the iphone20:10
mungbeanbrobostigon: when you said HIGNY i thought meh20:10
mungbeanbut i just turned on and BRIAN BLESSED is doing it!20:10
ali1234oh right, well, iphone *shrug*20:10
brobostigonmungbean: HIGNFY :)20:10
* popey is watching delayed20:10
brobostigonmungbean: they always have good people to present it,20:10
mungbeanmostly meh, but BB rocks20:11
popeyi prefer the news quiz tbh20:11
* popey likes Jeremy Hardy20:11
mungbeanwhen is HIGNGFYN repeated?20:11
mungbeanremember angus deayton?20:11
mungbeanusually coke and loose women improve tv careerrs20:12
mungbeanugh ken livingston..turning over20:12
mungbeanwondering if the isaac newton prog will be a character assassination20:12
popeyhaha, love the changelog for bug 1163504 from xnox20:16
lubotu3bug 1163504 in lubuntu-artwork (Ubuntu Raring) "Trademarked assets" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/116350420:16
popeyincluding the unicode ™ symbol ☻20:16
mungbeanman at the 2nd hand bookshop keeps finding books he knows i will buy, and puts them outside the shop so i will see them20:17
mungbeanknowing i won't resist20:17
popeysimilarly steam keep showing me games they know I cant resist20:17
mungbeanits not really paranoia because he's picking them out for me20:18
mungbeanthen he says he's got more in the back i'm like noooo20:19
mungbeani just know there will be another good one on monday for me20:19
mungbeanbig coffee table sized20:19
mungbeanmissis keeps noticing i've bought 4 big coffee size books this week20:20
popeycheap tho?20:20
mungbeanstuff like this http://www.amazon.co.uk/Battle-Britain-Richard-Townshend-Bickers/dp/013083809820:21
popeythats the kind of thing my father in law likes20:22
mungbeanit satisfies a lot of brain areas like trivia, history, strategy, equipment, stories, epic tales, aircraft.20:22
mungbeanpopey: i bet he watches Yesterday channel a lot then?20:25
popeydunno actually20:25
mungbeananyone using their hp microserver for audio aswell?20:29
diplonot me20:34
popeynot I20:34
popeyplaying with juju on mine20:34
popeyalso added daap to it for sharing music20:34
ali1234who was askin about openstack earlier?20:36
ali1234so, did you get anywhere?20:36
mungbeanali1234: i spent the afternoon backing up my data to amazon glacier instead20:37
mungbeanbut if work is quiet next week i wanna get started on openstack20:37
mungbeanthought there might be a tldr guide to getting started20:38
ali1234i kind of want to put openstack onto our dedi20:38
ali1234well, maas and juju20:38
ali1234we are not really utilizing it at the moment because it's too hard installing many different things into a single system and fixing the conflicts20:38
* Laney meows20:39
ali1234https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuCloudInfrastructure is a better howto20:39
mungbeani don't have dev infrastructure but i have a room full of spare PCs20:39
mungbeanby dev infratructure i mean blades+SAN20:40
Myrttiapparently plusnet is a bit broken...20:40
AlanBellMyrtti: mine is fine20:41
diploBT wholesale network outage20:44
mungbeanali1234: how would you propose installing ubuntu on all the nodes first?20:50
mungbeani usually use kickstart for centos installs20:50
popeythat's what MAAS is for20:53
ali1234i don't know, i only have one server, so...20:53
mungbeanah, there's a section on the section about it20:53
mungbeanInstall the MAAS server20:54
mungbeanInstall Juju20:54
mungbeanDeploy Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure with Juju20:54
popeyDaviey gave a great demo of exactly that at UDS in may last year20:54
mungbeanare they proposing shared storage or gluster?20:55
* Daviey hides20:55
mungbeani may have big use case for this stuff soon20:55
AlanBellbest demo evar20:55
mungbeanlinky pls?20:56
Davieypopey: 'thanks'20:59
ali1234broken :(20:59
ali1234working now, weird20:59
* Azelphur dodged the recent BTC crash like a boss, lost around £20 tops.21:05
AlanBellnice, time to buy in again?21:07
popeyAzelphur: did you see I gave your twitter nick to a journo ⍨21:08
Azelphurpopey: I did just notice that, yea21:09
AzelphurI wouldn't mind going and talking to him, but right now I don't have my business or anything declared yet so would prefer to cover my ass21:09
Azelphuralso I have like £200 in BTC at the moment, although I have £10,000 sitting with my broker in London21:10
lpapphi, is there an off-topic channel?21:10
Azelphur!offtopic | lpapp21:10
lubotu3lpapp: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!21:10
AlanBellthere is #ubuntu-offtopic21:10
lpappAzelphur: I would like to have UK related offtopic questions. :)21:10
* Azelphur shrugs21:11
diploIt's off topic 90% of the time in here :D21:11
lpappI was just wondering if it was possible in the UK to get an unlimited internet data package if I top up a prepay three sim card with 20 euros, i.e. just like here in Ireland?21:12
diploGiffgaff do a unlimited data package i think on it's own, defo do one with texts/calls etc21:13
mungbeantethered or not?21:13
mungbeanuntethered then £12pm21:14
mungbeanthe tethered one is 10pm but limited to 1gb21:14
lpappI will go to the UK for two weeks, and it would be nice to get an unlimited data package with a prepay sim card that I will buy in there.21:14
lpappwhat does it mean "pm" in this context?21:15
mungbeanper month21:15
lpapppounds / month?21:15
lpappwell, prepay is nothing like pm.21:15
lpappthat is the advantage of it.21:15
mungbeangiffgaff is rolling monthly contract21:15
ali1234bah i don't understand this at all21:15
mungbeanhence you just pay for 1 month21:15
diploWell not a contract21:15
diplowell i suppose it is  :)21:15
lpappwell, three does not have any contract over here.21:16
diploIt's good anyhoo21:16
lpappit is truly prepay.21:16
mungbeanits just not slavery like tmob et al21:16
diploDon't think you can get that much over here now21:16
ali1234why is it recommended that maas has at least 6 nodes?21:18
lpappI will ask the three customer support.21:18
lpapp1 GB is not too much in this modern world.21:18
mungbeanis this for tethered?21:19
lpapptethered means?21:19
lpapplike a hotspot?21:19
lpappyes, sure, I would use it on my laptop.21:19
lpappor on my phone.21:20
mungbean3gb for £12.5021:20
lpappoh btw, and forgot to mention: 20 EUR, but the data package is for free.21:20
lpappyou can still use the 20 EUR for voice calls.21:20
lpappI need truly unlimited. :)21:20
mungbeanif u want i can PM you a giffgaff affialite link then u also get £5 for PAYG calls too21:20
mungbeanadded on21:21
lpappI do not wanna run out of the limitation in a few days by watching youtube continuously for instance.21:21
mungbeani think three do "unlimited" in UK too but unsure of monthly or annual contract21:21
lpappit is all prepay in Ireland. No contracts involved.21:21
lpappyou buy a top up, and then you invoke the vouchure code, and that is pretty much it.21:22
lpappyou do not have to sign anything whatsoever.21:22
lpappif I need to download a 4-5 GB image, that 3 GB is gone very quickly. :-)21:23
mungbeanon 3g? lol21:23
lpappyes, an overnight.21:24
mungbeanwould take me all week21:24
lpappI do not buy that.21:24
lpappbeen doing this for 1-2 years now.21:24
lpappand like I said, with three, the internet is free as you can still use your credits.21:25
mungbeanPay As You Go plans do not allow tethering. If you would like to tether, you will need to choose a Pay Monthly plan and / or an Add-On that does allow tethering.21:26
lpappAll-in-One 15 Add-on. -> sounds like a plan.21:28
lpappwhatever the 15 means.21:28
lpappI guess it refers to pounds.21:28
lpappI am not sure that cannot be hacked around. :)21:28
Myrttiwhat I do is to have the three prepaid and then order the month Internet addon21:28
lpappLikely, they write the same in Ireland as well.21:29
Myrttiit's 2GB or so21:29
mungbeanare there subsequent ubuntu cloud server releases since 12.04?21:32
lpappMyrtti: which add-on?21:34
Myrttithe website is sooooooper confusing21:37
MyrttiI can't even find the pricing or more information from the website now21:42
lpappso the operator can block the tethering (hotspot)?21:45
Daraellpapp: No.  But they can look at the usage and conclude that it's highly unlikely it's all from the phone (in the case of Android phones, possibly ask for a screenshot of the data usage history screen?) and call it a breach of contract unless the person can demonstrate it was in fact all from the phone.21:47
lpappnever had such issues, and been using it like that for 1-2 years.21:49
lpappalso, youtube is quite popular on phones as well, so it is not all that unlikely.21:50
mungbeanit woukld prob take a few months for them to do this first21:50
DaraelThey'd probably only bother with people who were going *way* over whatever their fair use policy cap was on a regular basis.21:52
lpappunlimited is unlimited.21:53
lpappfair usage is unlimited.21:53
diploGiffGaff did that to abusers, people who would downloading 15GB + a month22:04
lpappyes, I just heard that from my friend.22:05
mungbeangood thing imo22:07
magpiedoes anyone know how to limit the amount of cpu lxdm-binary rinses?22:07
mungbeanoptimize it no, but you can use nice/renice to decrease priority22:18
mungbeanhow much is it using magpie22:19
mungbeanis it bug 92236322:20
lubotu3bug 892683 in lxdm (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #922363 lxdm-binary load 100% cpu" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/89268322:20
magpiebare in mind i have a 4 core22:21
magpiemungbean i seen the bug22:21
mungbeani mean bug 89268322:22
lubotu3bug 892683 in lxdm (Ubuntu) "lxdm-binary load 100% cpu" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/89268322:22
magpiei'm not sure how to fix it though22:22
mungbean24% of 4Core = 100 of 1 cpu22:22
magpieyeah that's right22:22
magpieit's using my second core22:22
magpieweird that22:23
mungbeanare u using ecryotfs22:23
mungbeanare u using ecryptfs22:23
magpiesomeone's put a patch mungbean how would i apply it?22:23
magpiei think so yeah22:23
magpiemy home is encrypted22:23
magpiei read somewhere that htis was a problem for it22:24
mungbeantheres a patch for lxdm22:24
magpiedo you know how i can apply it?22:26
mungbeanif nobody has built it u need to recompile lxdm22:27
magpiewill this not work http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/appy-patch-file-using-patch-command/22:27
mungbeansorry putting baby to sleep now, someone else in here should be ale to help with patch & compile22:28
magpieok i'm gunna try link first n see where that takes me22:32

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