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Taggghi, can anyone tell me how long a bug fix bzr branch typically takes to get merged into the current development series?04:08
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ScottKIt would be nice if someone could look at what's up with python-qt4 and autopkgtests.  It's been running them for about a day now.05:35
lifelessScottK: it's aiming for completeness :P06:29
ScottKI'm not in a particular rush for it, as long as it's progressing.06:30
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dholbachgood morning07:32
didrocksthanks cjwatson for promoting some parts (not sure what triggered you looking into it as Mir was in universe)07:36
JackYudholbach, morning:)07:36
cjwatsondidrocks: dep-wait from mesa.  Am I good to finish the promotion now that you're around?07:37
didrockscjwatson: I've finished it, just need a publisher run I think07:38
cjwatsonok, cool07:38
didrockscjwatson: you can unblock xorg-server and mesa that Laney should have pinned07:38
dholbachhi JackYu07:38
didrocks(it was to avoid promotion during the week-end and nobody around to look)07:38
cjwatsondidrocks: it was just xorg-server.  Done07:40
cjwatsonthere'll be a publisher run starting in two minutes07:41
didrocksexcellent ;)07:41
didrockscjwatson: FYI, one those are migrated, we'll make unity-system-compositor (depending on this xorg-server + driver patches) entering the archive but staying in universe07:41
didrocksbasically, it's installing this package that toggles Mir on/off07:41
didrocksso, hopefully, nobody will notice the difference right now, with that additional build-dep without u-s-c07:42
dholbachdoes anyone know why there's "syncpackage: Error: Debian version 1.11-2 has not been picked up by LP yet. Please try again later."?07:42
dholbachaccording to mitya57: "I don't know what to do about that, given that the package was uploaded > two weeks ago."07:43
cjwatsonI already answered that on #launchpad a while back07:43
cjwatsonAnd filed a bug on the broken Debian package that failed import07:43
ubottuDebian bug 718605 in xalan "xalan: fails to unpack with old dpkg-source" [Normal,Open]07:44
dholbachah ok cool - thanks07:45
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seb128doko, hey, can you commit your gtk+ changes to the packaging vcs?08:08
seb128jibel, hey08:13
seb128jibel, http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/update_excuses.html is blocking poppler because libreoffice tests failed, hitting a disk space issue ... can you do something about it?08:13
jdolescjwatson: I don't know, but it only worked when I did LC_ALL=C pwdx08:14
cjwatsonAs opposed to what other locale?08:16
cjwatsonAnd did you get strace output?08:16
cjwatsonMind you its strtol calling sequence looks broken08:17
jdolescjwatson: this is broken for example: LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 pwdx 2387908:19
jdolesEven if the locale would not exist, it should still fall back to C.08:19
cjwatsonjdoles: please could I see strace output?08:19
cjwatsonAnd does the locale not exist in this case?08:20
cjwatsonaha, never mind, reproduced it08:20
jdolescjwatson: http://paste.kde.org/p7354a5b2/08:23
jdolescjwatson: this is my strace.08:23
jibelcjwatson, does something need to be done for poppler blocked on libreoffice or it will be considered anyway because libreoffice is hinted?08:23
cjwatsonjibel: the autopkgtest needs to be unstuck08:23
cjwatsonor forced08:24
cjwatsonjibel: ah, I have a force at an old version.  I'll update it08:24
cjwatsonseb128: ^-08:24
seb128cjwatson, jibel: thanks08:24
jdolescjwatson: I think a tool like pwdx probably also shouldn't be implemented in C in the first place.08:25
cjwatsonjdoles: Nonsense08:25
cjwatsonIt's in procps, it's perfectly reasonable to be in C08:25
cjwatsonjdoles: It's a one-line fix, I think.  I'll test shortly and file a Debian bug with the patch08:25
jdolescjwatson: sure, everything can be written in C, but nobody is going to run pwdx in an inner loop and shell would be fast enough.08:26
cjwatsonIt's a system utility, it's not that complex in C08:26
cjwatsonShell has its own gotchas08:26
cjwatsonThis is a pointless discussion since I'm not going to reimplement it anyway08:26
cjwatsonSeeing as I'm not procps upstream08:26
jdolescjwatson: I thought the idea of having your own OS was that you could replace everything you didn't agree on :)08:27
cjwatsonEh, that doesn't mean doing work for the sake of it08:27
cjwatsonThis is also a collaborative OS08:27
jdolesThe way I see it is that a bug was introduced because of premature optimization.08:28
cjwatsonI'm not going to continue this08:28
cjwatsonI'm going to fix the bug instead08:28
jdolescjwatson: ok, let'08:29
jdoless just end the discussion there.08:29
didrockscjwatson: just noted a funny thing, RAOF has xorg-server depending on mir on powerpc where Mir doesn't build on powerpc08:33
didrocksso I guess it will get block on proposed, I think xorg-server should treat powerpc as mir-less08:34
cjwatsondidrocks: Agreed08:39
cjwatsonPresumably that's easy enough08:39
didrockscjwatson: the drivers are patched to use some xorg - xmir API, they need to #ifdef to return false on powerpc I guess08:40
cjwatsonI suppose so08:41
RAOFWell, they (should) build and work against a non-XMir server, so it's a simple matter of arch-restriction.08:41
didrocksRAOF: as the drivers have some xorg-xmir api call, does the #ifdef thing make sense to unblock them? (and so, removing the mir build-dep on powerpc)?08:41
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didrocksah nice, you already have that detection when building08:42
RAOFLess well tested, but *should* work.08:42
didrocksRAOF: want to try that upload? ;)08:42
RAOFThe life of ppc08:43
didrocksheh, indeed :)08:43
RAOFWhat's the arch string for ppc? ppc?08:43
RAOFAh, powerpc.08:43
cjwatsonDebian architecture or GCC?08:43
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RAOFDebian arch; I see it's powerpc.08:44
cjwatsonjdoles: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=71876608:48
ubottuDebian bug 718766 in procps "pwdx: fails with "invalid process id" when run in a nonexistent locale" [Normal,Open]08:48
chrisccoulsonhmmm, any idea what might have caused https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa/+build/4848763 ? (and should i just retry it?)08:54
lifelesscjwatson: in case you missed scrollback - I've finally files bug 1208268 about my grub issue on 3TB GPT disks... any pointers on moving forward will be much appreciated08:56
ubottubug 1208268 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "grub not recognising my GPT+mdadm+lvm layout" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120826808:56
ogra_chrisccoulson, i'd ask in #launchpad ... probably there is a way to prevent you from having to rebuild08:56
maxbI do not think there is08:57
RAOFdidrocks: Enjoy your PPC upload.08:59
ogra_RAOF, oh, should XMir work on armhf ?08:59
didrocksRAOF: I'll surely enjoy it deeply! Thanks :)08:59
cjwatsonlifeless: Ah, not sure I'm going to have time to have a look for some time unfortunately - got a lot to do before debconf next week08:59
* ogra_ ponders to trash his chromebook for a try :)08:59
didrocksogra_: you will need to install unity-system-compositor once available to trash it properly though :)09:00
RAOFogra_: Yes, as long as your armhf system has an nvidia, radeon, or intel GPU :)09:00
cjwatsonlifeless: I guess grub-probe -vv is always useful09:00
ogra_well, i'm not sure Mir itself will work yet09:00
lifelesscjwatson: thats ok, I have a workaround (USB key ;))09:01
lifelesscjwatson: attaching that now09:01
ogra_RAOF, mali ... same board as the nexus 10 (manta)09:01
cjwatson(with whatever grub-probe call is actually failing)09:01
lifelesscjwatson: it installs fine, the error is when you reboot09:02
RAOFogra_: No dice, at least until we do a generic egl-based XMir driver.09:02
ogra_yeah, i feared that09:03
cjwatsonlifeless: oh dear, that's unusual09:04
cjwatsonlifeless: Might be worth trying installing with --debug-image=all and seeing what the last screenful of output is09:05
cjwatson(Though I appreciate this may be a pain to iterate on)09:05
lifelesscjwatson: last screenful of output from the install, or from booting ?09:06
cjwatsonlifeless: install09:06
cjwatsonsorry, misunderstood09:06
cjwatsonlifeless: booting :)09:06
lifelesscjwatson: when I previously mentioned this to you you suggested getting some disk sectors might let you reproduce? I will capture a photo of the boot shortly...09:07
didrocksRAOF: seems you have to do a .install file dance09:07
lifelessright now... for dev in /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd /dev/sde; do ....09:07
RAOFdidrocks: Whoops. Oh, no, I just need to be less stupid09:08
cjwatsonseb128: so the remaining poppler blocker is that docvert-libreoffice depends on python-uno, which has been removed in the latest libreoffice in favour of python3-uno09:14
seb128cjwatson, I was *just* looking at that as well/building the python-uno rdepends list09:15
cjwatsonseb128: the actual Python code in question is (confusingly) in docvert rather than docvert-libreoffice, but it does otherwise seem like a real problem09:15
cjwatsonDo you know if there was a particular reason to aggressively remove python-uno in advance of Debian?09:16
seb128cjwatson, I don't, trying to have a look09:18
cjwatsonI would have expected Sweetshark to use grep-dctrl or similar to search for reverse-dependencies before dropping the binary ...09:19
seb128cjwatson, not explanations with the commit: http://anonscm.debian.org/gitweb/?p=pkg-openoffice/libreoffice.git;a=commitdiff;h=a2d74f4a43949da2710a29e63fd3a9d87f679ecf09:20
seb128cjwatson, and Sweetshark is off on holidays this week :/09:21
cjwatson(What on earth was that Conflicts doing there ...)09:21
cjwatsonOh, I suppose it actually ships stuff in /usr/lib/libreoffice/ as well09:21
cjwatsonseb128: So, I could demote docvert to -proposed for now, if you could make sure to get Sweetshark to sort this out when he gets back09:22
seb128cjwatson, that would be great, thanks09:22
lifelesscjwatson: output in a photo linked on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/120826809:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1208268 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "grub not recognising my GPT+mdadm+lvm layout" [Undecided,New]09:23
lifelesscjwatson: let me know if you can't access it and I'll shuffle it into LP itself09:23
cjwatsonlifeless: thanks, yes I can.  FWIW GRUB thinks your drive doesn't have LBA extensions09:25
lifelesscjwatson: interesting... it is a 3TB drive on a fairly old machine, but linux handles the entire drive just peachy09:25
lifelesscjwatson: and the bios boot partitions are at the front, deliberately.09:26
cjwatsonNot saying it's necessarily right, but that's why it's failing09:26
cjwatsonI suspect there's RAID metadata or something at the back09:26
lifelesssure; just erring on the side of verbal diarrhea09:26
cjwatsonAll hail --debug-image=all for making this clear in a single screenshot though :)09:27
mlankhorstever since sweetshark has left on vacation I've been hearing a lot less about libreoffice!09:28
cjwatsonLinux will be using a proper driver rather than going through the BIOS09:28
lifelesscjwatson: yeah - 2007 motherboard :)09:29
cjwatsonReally shouldn't be lacking LBA09:29
lifelessdefinitely has some LBA support; previous drives were 1TB's, which IIRC were also in the LBA only world.09:30
cjwatsonThough of course it's the BIOS version that matters, not the motherboard, but even so09:30
cjwatsonEither GRUB thinks that INT 13h extensions aren't present at all, or it tried one of them and got the impression they were broken09:31
cjwatsonseb128: Demoted - https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/docvert/+publishinghistory09:32
cjwatsonlifeless: Oh, I had a factor of two error, I had the limit in my head as 4TB not 2TB09:35
lifelesscjwatson: googling is suggesting that LBA has a 2.1GB limit of some sort.09:35
cjwatsonlifeless: Traditional BIOS can't reliably read from over 2TB09:35
dokoRAOF, xorg-server, please do the same for arm64 (as for powerpc)09:35
lifelesscjwatson: so, understood. But grub shouldn't need to to bring this up.09:37
cjwatsonlifeless: In theory the call is 64-bit-capable (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/INT_13H#INT_13h_AH.3D42h:_Extended_Read_Sectors_From_Drive), but in practice my understanding is that you're hosed without UEFI09:37
lifelesscjwatson: it's not showing the mdadm filter being invoked at all, for instance.09:37
cjwatsonlifeless: So is - look at the mentions of diskfilter in that screenshot09:37
cjwatsongrub's raid module is a layer on top of diskfilter09:37
cjwatsonThere's one remaining way I can think of in which this might be GRUB's fault09:38
cjwatsonWhat RAID version are you using on this array?09:38
cjwatsonmetadata version, I mean09:39
lifeless        Version : 1.209:40
cjwatsonSo that stores the metadata 4K from the start of the device09:40
lifelessthats my understanding :)09:41
cjwatsonIt's possible that GRUB tries to read from the end of the partition when checking for the presence of some other metadata version, and then incorrectly thinks LBA is completely broken and falls back to CHS09:41
lifelessthat sounds plausible to me09:42
lifelessthis is a problem that will self solve itself eventually09:42
cjwatsonIf that is the case, then http://paste.ubuntu.com/5950617/ should help09:43
cjwatson(Could doubtless be tighter as the addressable CHS range is smaller than that)09:44
lifelessI'll try rolling a custom package with that , but not tonight09:45
cjwatsonAlso that code has wrong error handling, so isn't applicable as-is09:45
lifelessoh, I shouldn't try the patch?09:45
lifelessof course, content in /boot/ could be too high up the disk, but thats a different discussion; I can make a vg and shuffle it to the front once we get far enough up the stack09:47
cjwatsonlifeless: Perhaps http://paste.ubuntu.com/5950640/ instead09:48
lifelesslinked in the bug.09:50
lifelessThanks for making the time to eyeball this.09:50
smartboyhwHow long does a uploaded package wait in the queue before it gets approved into -proposed?09:57
cjwatsonsmartboyhw: Which queue?09:57
smartboyhwcjwatson, raring09:57
cjwatsonWhich queue in raring?09:57
smartboyhwcjwatson, SRU ofc09:57
cjwatson(new, unapproved, ...)09:57
cjwatsoncan't give you a particular time period, depends on SRU team members having time to review09:58
ogra_shouldnt promotion to -proposed be immediately ?09:58
cjwatsonogra_: no, not for unapproved09:59
smartboyhwogra_, obviously, it needs a SRU team member to approve it in...09:59
cjwatsonthis is ibus-cangjie I presume09:59
smartboyhwcjwatson, yeah...09:59
smartboyhwStuck for 25 days09:59
cjwatsonI'll have a look now09:59
smartboyhwcjwatson, many thanks!09:59
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cjwatsonsmartboyhw: seems fine, apologies for the delay.  accepted10:01
smartboyhwcjwatson, great! Thanks10:01
seb128doko,  lp:~ubuntu-desktop/gtk/ubuntugtk3 for the gtk packaging vcs btw10:24
evseb128: do you happen to know if there's plans for a first use screen on Touch?10:25
evor who would know the answer to that? :)10:25
seb128ev: there is, Cimi is working on it10:26
evseb128: how convenient. He often sits next to me.10:26
Cimiev, see you friday :P10:26
evis there a blueprint/google doc that you're aware of?10:26
evCimi: :D10:26
Cimiev, shared10:27
wizard_Ahow to get the callback function that is called when someone right clicks on a file..10:31
didrocksRAOF: I think I'll do another xorg-server upload, there is an extra build-dep on powerpc from the -dev package10:31
seb128cjwatson, seems like docvert still makes libreoffice unhappy?10:48
seb128cjwatson, or does it need another publisher cycle?10:48
cjwatsonOh, damn, I forgot to block it10:48
wizard_Awhich portion of the code does get executed when someone right clicks on a file in ubuntu??10:50
cjwatsonseb128: should work next run10:50
seb128cjwatson, thanks10:51
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seb128cjwatson, great, it migrated this time ;-)10:57
* seb128 just got a bunch of archive emails about the poppler stack hitting saucy10:57
wizard_Ai want to work on feature of ubuntu, please help me get started10:58
cjwatsonwizard_A: there's no single answer to that question; it depends on the context where you're right-clicking10:59
cjwatsonlike, is it on the desktop, or the open dialog in some application (which?), or ...11:00
wizard_Aa file icon within the directory browser11:00
cjwatsonthe directory browser, as in nautilus?11:01
wizard_Awhat is nautilus??11:01
cjwatsonnautilus is the file manager from GNOME11:02
wizard_Ayes thats where i was meaning.......11:03
wizard_Asorry i am just begining to develop so i stumble upon many things... sorry for that11:03
seb128wizard_A, what are you trying to achieve? add a menu item to that right click menu?11:06
cjwatsonRight, so this is why you need to know which application you're right-clicking in.  The widget toolkit (usually GTK+ or Qt - GTK+ in the case of nautilus) implements a lot of generic behaviour, but nautilus does its own context menus11:06
cjwatsonIt connects to the "button-press-event" signal on its view and detects right button presses11:07
cjwatson(well, button 3)11:07
cjwatsonI believe that the contents of the context menu are defined in src/nautilus-directory-view-ui.xml11:09
seb128you can add items through libnautilus-extension11:09
seb128look at ubuntuone-client-gnome or file-roller for examples11:09
cjwatsonYeah, that would normally be better11:09
seb128e.g file-roller add "extract here..." items when you right click on an archive11:09
seb128wizard_A, e.g https://git.gnome.org/browse/file-roller/tree/nautilus/nautilus-fileroller.c11:10
cjwatsonseb128: oops, I may have been wrong in asking you to patch shared-mime-info - looks like I should have shipped my own .xml file in click (according to upstream)11:10
cjwatsonso I'll do that and revert the shared-mime-info change11:11
seb128cjwatson, ok, works for me. What's the rational? that the number of handlers for that type is mostly going to be low?11:11
wizard_Awhat i am trying to achieve is: when someone already has vlc installed onto system then any .mp3, .avi, .mkv etc files right click option should contain a menu as "Add to vlc media playlist".11:11
cjwatsonseb128: that it's basically specific to a single package11:12
seb128cjwatson, I never understood where they draw the line, seems to depends of the maintainer of the day, they include e.g the deb and rpm types11:12
ubottuFreedesktop bug 66689 in freedesktop.org.xml "Add application/x-click type" [Enhancement,New]11:12
seb128ok, that makes sense11:13
cjwatsonmeh, I'm happy to go with the flow for now rather than fight upstream about it11:13
cjwatsonsave energy for more useful fights :)11:13
cjwatsonThere's python-nautilus too11:14
wizard_Acjw: does the patch mean that its already done??11:19
cjwatsonwizard_A: what patch?11:24
wizard_Apatch for bug6668911:24
cjwatsonwizard_A: that was one suggested patch which I'm now going to do in a different way11:24
cjwatsonwizard_A: but it was unrelated to the conversation with you11:24
wizard_Aoh i see11:25
wizard_Aso how do i get started with my idea, i really want to learn contributing to ubuntu..11:26
seb128wizard_A, look at https://git.gnome.org/browse/file-roller/tree/nautilus/nautilus-fileroller.c they don't something similar to archive types11:31
seb128cjwatson, btw, did you see my ping about click packages/install size on friday evening?11:31
cjwatsonseb128: I did but you'd logged off by the time I could respond11:33
cjwatsonseb128: I don't think I agree that owned data should be the responsibility of click itself to figure out, because (longer-term) click wants to be independent of things like Ubuntu Touch and details of where an app stores its user data seem to be rather specific to the environment11:34
cjwatsonseb128: So I agree we should only implement this once, but my instinct is to say that it should be one layer up from click11:35
seb128so you would add a new service/library to do that? or do you see a place in our current stack where it would make sense to add the feature?11:36
seb128lool, ^ fyi11:36
cjwatsonseb128: I'm not sure what the right location is.  Putting it in the Click PackageKit plugin would have the same convergence problem11:38
seb128cjwatson, ok ... do you think that's something worth discussing on a mailing list (which one)?11:43
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cjwatsonseb128: ubuntu-appstore-devel I suppose11:55
seb128cjwatson, ok, I will do that, thanks11:56
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cr3how can I do something like a mount of an image when building a package? the build process seems to be done in a fakeroot, so I can't just use mount nor can I use sudo14:01
brendandcr3, baguette14:06
ogra_cr3, fakechroot ... but not sure that will allow mounts ... have a look at the ubuntu-touch-generic-initrd package i'm using fakechroot in there to gain (virtual) root access14:08
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stokachudoko: could i bother you to take a look at a couple of bugs?14:17
dokostokachu, I'll try14:18
stokachudoko: bug 1121874 and bug 120712314:18
ubottubug 1121874 in mysql-5.5 (Ubuntu Raring) "MySQL launch fails silently if < 4MB of disk space is available" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/112187414:18
ubottubug 1207123 in gnutls26 (Ubuntu Precise) "Key usage violation in certificate has been detected" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120712314:18
stokachuwas hoping to get these uploaded to start the sru process14:18
dokodidrocks, seb128, RAOF: please would disable MIR related things for arm64 too? The ones you do disable for powerpc14:19
didrocksdoko: I saw your upload, will do in the following upload when we have something to push14:19
didrocks(we'll be needed anyway for -ati and -nouveau)14:19
dokook, thanks14:19
jonowho is taking care of audio?14:20
jonoSkype audio no longer worksin Saucy14:20
seb128doko, thanks for commiting the gtk changes to the vcs ;-)14:20
seb128jono, diwic and TheMuso14:20
jonothanks se14:20
jonodiwic, TheMuso are you aware of this issue?14:20
seb128jono, btw, is there still a vUDS planned for this month (or next one)?14:21
jonoseb128, yep, end of month14:21
seb128jono, I still didn't see an announce for it (hint: list user here)14:21
jonoemail about schedulinggoing out this week14:22
seb128jono, would be nice to announce it...14:22
jonoseb128, will go out this week14:22
brodercjwatson: sorry for not getting this up sooner - the shell i was setting things up in died - but first lintian run for saucy is up (http://lintian.ubuntuwire.org/saucy/), and the cronjobs should have it caught up the rest of the way soon14:28
cjwatsonLovely, thanks14:28
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jonodiwic, TheMuso see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pulseaudio/+bug/1208485 for the Skype audio bug report14:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1208485 in pulseaudio (Ubuntu) "Skype audio in Saucy broken" [Undecided,New]14:30
diwicjono, are you using skype from the partner repository ?14:32
diwicjono, there is a workaround since ~ a week back or so14:32
diwicjono, at least for one bug, not exactly sure if this is the same.14:33
diwicjono, also have you confirmed with others if this is a generic problem or hardware specific?14:33
jonodiwic, I am using Skype from skype.com14:37
jonoI haven't confirmed with others14:37
jonodiwic, what is the workaround?14:37
diwicjono, start skype from the terminal like this: "PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=50 skype"14:38
diwicjono, start skype from the terminal like this: "PULSE_LATENCY_MSEC=50 skype"14:40
jonodiwic, didnt work14:40
jonoremoving this version of skype and installing the partner one14:40
diwicjono, so I tested here. Skype works fine here, the second time. echo123 hang up on me the first time, but I doubt that was PulseAudio related.14:56
cr3ogra_: sorry for the lag, I ended up build-depending on p7zip-full to extract what I need from an ISO with the 7z command.15:45
ogra_ah, cool solution15:46
jodhjibel, pitti, slangasek: FYI, having issues using nested kvm on openstack: 200% cpu usage with occasional dashes of kernel panics (bug 1208455).15:46
ubottubug 1208455 in linux (Ubuntu) "general protection fault running apt-get inside nested kvm VM on OpenStack" [Undecided,Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120845515:46
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dokoseb128, which one was the package we had issues with one gcc-linaro merge?17:50
seb128doko, gtk+3.017:50
seb128doko, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-4.8/+bug/119412317:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1194123 in Linaro GCC "[gcc-linaro wrong-code regression] gcc 4.8.1-2ubuntu1 to 4.8.1-3ubuntu1 breaks gtk on armhf" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:50
dokoseb128, could you recheck this with the gcc-4.8 from the ubuntu-toolchain-r/test ppa?17:52
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dkesselhello, i have sent a mail to the ubuntu-devel-discuss ML three days ago. I only got an automatic response that my mail is pending approval by a moderator. what can i do?19:02
dkesselshould i just ask/present the problem here or should i wait?19:02
rbasakdkessel: I don't think ubuntu-devel-discuss is moderated for subscribers. Are you sure it's ubuntu-devel-discuss (and not ubuntu-devel) that you sent the message to, and that you sent the email from your subscription address?19:04
dkesselrbasak, hm. the response did not state that i have to subscribe...19:05
dkesseli have not subscribed19:05
rbasakdkessel: it's pretty common to require subscription to avoid moderation. Most mailing lists do it to avoid spam.19:06
rbasakdkessel: easiest way to get it through is to subscribe, then send from your subscription address. You can even disable delivery once subscribed if you don't want to actually "subscribe".19:06
dkesselrbasak. ok, thank you.19:07
rbasakdkessel: I suggest that you subscribe, cancel the original message (a link to do that is in the "awaiting moderation" email, and then re-send. That way you don't need to wait on a moderator (I'm not sure who that is).19:07
rbasakNone of this applies to the ubuntu-devel list, which is moderated for non-Ubuntu-developers.19:07
dkesselrbasak, i am afraid i have already deleted the automated response...19:08
dkesselok, mail is out19:10
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darkxstis there some way I can generate apt source lines from LP-PPA-* tags (LP-PPA-gnome3-team-gnome3)21:32
darkxstSoftware properties api wants ppa:x/y style input21:32
darkxstcjwatson, ^21:42
=== Pengoo is now known as Sabey
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=== Guest93127 is now known as nitrodex

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