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Aztec_1Hi, I have a problem with 802.1x security. It doesn't work.13:04
Aztec_1Can u help me?13:05
Aztec_1Authentication: Protected EAP (PEAP)13:05
Aztec_1 Anonymous identity:13:05
Aztec_1 Certificate: none13:05
Aztec_1 PEAP version: Automatic13:05
Aztec_1 Inner authentication: MSCHAPv213:05
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1173152 in network-manager (Ubuntu) "802.1x security in 13.04 not working" [Undecided,Confirmed]13:06
Aztec_1ubot2`: I try this workaround13:07
ubot2`Aztec_1: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:07
Aztec_1ubot2`: ok)13:07
ubot2`Factoid 'ok)' not found13:07
Aztec_1The workaround by Sebastian doesn't work for me13:08
Aztec_1ubot2`: 802.1x security13:08
ubot2`Factoid '802.1x security' not found13:08
ubot2`Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs13:12
Aztec_1It's wired connection.13:15
penguin42Ampelbein: Hmm, I'm not sure we're any better off on googleearth; the 1.0.0 verison is generating me a package dependent on ia32-libs-multiarch that doesn't seem to exist13:51
Ampelbeinpenguin42: It should list libgtk2.0-0:i386 as alternative.13:52
penguin42Ampelbein: No, Depends: fonts-liberation, libfreeimage3, lsb-core, libqtcore4, libgl1-mesa-glx , ia32-libs-gtk|libgtk2.0-0:i386|ia32-libs , ia32-libs-multiarch13:52
penguin42Ampelbein: So it's showing the alternative for gtk but it's still got the separate ia32-libs-multiarch13:53
AmpelbeinThat's weird. It definitely didn't do that for me.13:53
Ampelbeinpenguin42: You are on saucy amd64, yes?13:54
penguin42ii  googleearth-package              1.0.0                 all                   utility to automatically build a Debian package of Google Earth13:54
AmpelbeinChecking on a virtualbox machine now.13:55
penguin42Ampelbein: See line 365 in the script13:56
penguin42Ampelbein: It's conditional on it running on Ubuntu13:56
penguin42 'Ubuntu checker | added to fix Ubuntu font problem' - unfortunately doesn't really say much more13:57
AmpelbeinYes, I see that. Nrzlgrmph.13:59
penguin42Ampelbein: I'll ask Adnan on 336611 what he was trying to fix13:59
penguin42Ampelbein:  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/googleearth-package/+bug/336611/comments/1514:00
ubot2`Launchpad bug 336611 in googleearth-package (Ubuntu) "googleearth-package does not install required deps on 64bit systems" [Low,Fix released]14:00
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slacker_nlwij doen gewoon onze dependencies fixen14:38
hggdhbdmurray: good morning -- I am getting seg fault on ubuntu-bug (Saucy). Is this known?14:48
hggdh(and all because I wanted to open a bug on whoopsie spamming the log...)14:49
bdmurrayhggdh: morning, I don't know about it14:49
hggdhah, it's in the KDE call14:51
bdmurraywell then14:51
hggdhwell, I can bypass it right now with apport-gtk, I guess14:52
hggdhyes, apport-gtk works14:53
bdmurrayhggdh: Will you be reporting a bug about it?  I'd be interested in it.15:07
hggdhbdmurray: tried to, but there is a previous bug about it -- back-end apport processing marked it invalid (out of date packages). And when I try mine, it finds a hit on this invalid bug15:09
hggdhso this is yet another bug, I guess15:09
hggdhso I am now trying to BT the beast locally, but seems I have hit another issue -- gdb complains about syntax in a python file15:10
hggdhin other words: the more I dig, the more there is to dig15:10
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compukidWould someone mind taking a look at bug 1186837? Also, why is it not showing up in the Regression Tracker?16:00
ubot2`Launchpad bug 1186837 in gnome-control-center (Ubuntu) "13.04: System Settings is open but covered up by another application, and when icon is clicked System Settings is not brought to the front" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/118683716:00
hggdhcompukid: I am not sure why it is not in the regression tracker. But you could help by adding the versions for the applicable components.16:05
TheLordOfTimehggdh, where is this regression tracker?16:05
compukidhggdh: How do I add the versions?16:06
hggdhcompukid: run the application (I cannot, I user KDE), check the name, and then, on a terminal "dpkg -S <name found>". This should give you the package name. Then "apt-cache policy <package name>"16:09
hggdhTheLordOfTime: I will have to check, I lost all my links after a crash16:10
hggdhTheLordOfTime: http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/regression/regression_tracker.html16:10
compukidTheLordOfTime: its at http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/regression/regression_tracker.html16:10
TheLordOfTimehggdh, ouch, i feel sorry for you16:11
TheLordOfTimeat least you still have a system though, i'm stuck on god-awful windows until i can replace my laptop :/16:11
TheLordOfTimethanks for the links though16:11
hggdhyeah. And my address book, and the plugins for claws-mails, etc. Bloody system now hard-freezes on reboot :-(16:11
hggdhI am fixing to get a System76, but my S.O. will be really mad when I tell her it will be $1.5k. So... I have to wait a bit longer to get out of Dell16:12
TheLordOfTimehggdh, Rule One: Always Make Backups16:22
TheLordOfTimeRule Two: Always Make Backups.16:22
TheLordOfTimeRule Three: Always Make Backups.16:22
hggdhTheLordOfTime: yes. I *do* have backups. But it takes quite a long time to find the files in ~150G of backups files...16:28
TheLordOfTimehggdh, okay, see, I tend to compartmentalize my backups, with more important information being on one drive and the rest on others...16:28
hggdhfor claws-mail, all that happens is I will lose the last day; but, since I use IMAP, a sync will recover16:29
TheLordOfTimemaybe i'm overly paranoid about being able to find the data at a moment's notice.16:29
hggdhthere is that, I agree. And I am now tending to do something like that16:29
TheLordOfTimehggdh, except i also take that to a whole other degree of paranoia, all the backup drives are in a safe :/16:33
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