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hallynwhere is the syndaemon command (+args) defined?  I'd like to edit the arguments, but can't find where it is run from...  (need to rmeove the -t)05:11
hallyn(if i have to i guess i'll write a wrapper script to remove it, but that's unwieldy at upgrades05:12
pittihallyn: unity-settings-daemon, ./plugins/mouse/gsd-mouse-manager.c05:13
hallynwas afraid of that (was about to pull the src)05:14
hallynwas hoping it was a script05:14
pittiunfortunately the command is hardcoded there05:14
hallynunusable, setup is05:14
pittihallyn: but you can put a ~/bin/syndaemon wrapper?05:14
hallynwill unity-settings-daeon run it out of my $PATH?05:15
hallyneven so, my ~/bin is at en do fmy path....05:15
hallynso i think i have to use /usr/bin/syndaemon as wrapper05:15
pittiyes, it runs it from $PATH05:15
pittioh, at the end? mine is at the beginning; I wonder what sets that up05:15
pittioh, that would be my ancient ~/.bashrc05:16
hallynuh, i do.  i don't want my ~/bin at start of path.05:16
* hallyn is paranoid :)05:16
pittihallyn: /usr/loca/bin/ then?05:16
hallynok just hardcoding args for now, i'll wanna run over getopts and just drop -t eventually05:18
hallynthanks pitti .  i do wish there were a checkbox for this :)05:18
pittiwell, at least a gsettings key05:19
hallynthaaat's better.05:21
hallynnow i can go to sleep in peace :)05:21
pittihallyn: heh, sleep well!05:21
hallynthanks - gnight05:21
pittihallyn: I hope I'll have a pull request for the systemd lxc.net/apparmor stuff when you wake up :)05:22
MavKenanyone know if phpstorm will ever be available in the software center?05:58
willcookemorning all07:34
* willcooke has got a lot of washing and ironing to do07:34
willcookeafternoon TheMuso07:36
seb128good morning desktopers07:39
seb128hey willcooke07:39
didrockshey willcooke!07:50
seb128Laney, https://code.launchpad.net/~chipaca/gsettings-ubuntu-touch-schemas/just-the-touch-settings/+merge/22831708:04
seb128didn't we said we wanted to stop using the "touch" namespace for new things?08:05
seb128I think we discussed it, but I'm unsure now08:05
Laneyoh, possibly08:05
Laneyyou can ask him to change that if ou want08:05
seb128yeah, I was going to do that, wanted to check with you first what you think08:05
didrockspitti: hey, I'm still unfamiliar with this since the whoopsie switch. Do you know by any chance what I should do to report a .crash file (whoopsie disabled) manually? I have it, but when running apport-bug <crash>, I see: show details, examine locally, keep closed, relaunch and that's it08:17
didrockshey Laney08:17
Laneyhey didrocks08:17
Laneyhow's it going?08:17
didrocksgreat, fighting latest test issues, but nearly there. Then packaging and adt tests ;)08:18
pittididrocks: report to Launchpad, you mean?08:20
didrockspitti: right08:20
pittididrocks: because, for errors.u.c. you obviously need whoopsie :)08:20
didrocksyep, I'm just interested in being able to send it to seb12808:20
pittididrocks: probably easiest to look at the details, then scp it to your host, and "apport-bug foo.crash" it from there08:20
didrockshe's half a meter away, will be easy to hit him with that :p08:20
pittibonjour seb12808:20
pittiseb128: oh, où es-tu ?08:21
Laneydoing alright08:21
pittihello Laney08:21
Laneyhey pitti08:21
Laneyhow art thou?08:21
didrockspitti: hum, apport-bug foo.crash is what I'm doing from my host08:21
didrocksbut then, I'm presented with that dialog08:21
didrockswith no option to upload it to launchpad08:21
Laneydarkxst: yo, you going to ready ubuntu gnome a2 before you go away?08:22
darkxsthey Laney, where am I going?08:23
pittididrocks: err, no [X] Send a problem report ?08:23
didrockspitti: right08:23
pittididrocks: screenshot, SVP?08:23
Laneydarkxst: who normally does this for you?08:23
darkxstAli is meant to do it08:23
Laneyah okay08:23
Laneyno need then08:24
Laneyassuming he is going to be around08:24
seb128pitti, salut, ça va bien ?08:24
darkxstbut I can mark the images ready, the only problematic bug that has popped up should be fixed once systemd 208 lands after a208:24
didrockspitti: a french sceenshot even! http://people.canonical.com/~didrocks/tmp/pp.png08:24
Laneyhttp://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/319/builds not sure if you have access08:24
seb128pitti, je suis chez didrocks08:24
pittià nouveau ? tu l'as manqué trop !08:25
darkxstLaney, bug 1350416 is the systemd related one (I think), pitti?08:25
ubot5bug 1350416 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu GNOME Trusty -> Utopic release upgrade reportedly fails" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/135041608:25
seb128pitti, on était à GUADEC jusqu'à hier et on part en Chine demain08:25
Laneysomeone's marked that on the tracker already08:25
Laneysee that link08:25
seb128pitti, donc on est resté ensemble pour voyager08:26
darkxstLaney, yes I know, that is where I saw it ;)08:26
pittididrocks: clearly a bug in French! does it open LP if you laisser fermé ?08:28
didrockspitti: doesn't seem so08:28
didrocks(French is never buggy… hem hem :p)08:29
didrocksit's weird btw, if I LANG=C apport-bug… only one string is then in english08:29
pittididrocks: hm, the only way to not see this AFAICS is if you disabled crash submission in /etc/default/whoopsie or ~/.config/apport/settings08:30
pittididrocks: did you?08:31
didrockspitti: yeah, as told at start, whoopsie is disabled on my machine08:31
didrocksthat's why I wanted to report it manually08:31
pittididrocks: oh, I thought you disabled it on your phone08:31
pittididrocks: YAFIYGI08:31
pittididrocks: temporarily switch it on, report, switch it off again?08:31
didrockspitti: should still be able to report it manually ;)08:31
didrocksok :p08:31
didrockswill do that then08:31
pittididrocks: well, apport doesn't know what your idea of "manually" is08:32
didrocksthanks Martin ;)08:32
didrocksah, it's all the same way from whoopsie?08:32
pittii. e. whether you call it from a shell or from an upstart job08:32
didrocksok, adding a flag would be a nice hour hack for me I guess :)08:32
pittithere's certainly some way to tell these two apart, but that needs some thinking08:33
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didrocksjust to check, autopkgtests installs the package before running the tests from within the tree itself?09:11
didrocks(the package in -proposed)09:12
pittididrocks: more specifically, it installs teh "Depends:" in debian/tests/control09:32
pittididrocks: in the data center we run with --apt-pocket=proposed, so it'll install stuff from proposed, yes09:32
didrockspitti: but, it will install the package itself as well, right?09:43
pittididrocks: if your test depends have it, yes (usually @)09:44
didrocksah ok… working that way09:44
didrocksDanke schön!09:44
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Trevinhomdeslaur: hey, so what is the plan for that lockscreen issue?12:11
mdeslaurTrevinho: it's built, I'm testing it now, and I'll release it today12:12
Trevinhomarga: ah cool12:12
mdeslaurTrevinho: that ok?12:12
Trevinhoerr mdeslaur cool12:12
Trevinhomdeslaur: is testing going fine for you?12:12
mdeslaurTrevinho: so I have r3845, r3846, r384712:12
margaThanks for the ping, I was interested in that as well :)12:12
mdeslaurTrevinho: haven't started yet, just finished installing laptop with fresh trusty12:12
Trevinhomdeslaur: yep12:13
mdeslaurhi marga12:13
Trevinho3848 was added in order to see if lp fixed its timeout issue, but wa snot needed :)12:13
margamdeslaur, let me know if you need me to verify the fix or something.12:13
Trevinhomarga: hi, sorry I actually meant to ping about as well, but the tab complation chose you in the wrong ping :P12:14
mdeslaurTrevinho: LGTM! thanks :)12:28
Trevinhomdeslaur: yw12:28
willcookeseb128, didrocks  - thanks for you time chaps12:47
didrockswillcooke: yw ;)12:47
Trevinhomarga: packages should hit the security repo in minutes, but if you want to test them just grab from https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity/7.2.0+14.04.20140423-0ubuntu1.212:58
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mhr3bregma, when can we expect the schema split to land?13:13
seb128mhr3, what schema split?13:14
bregmamhr3, it will have to wait until the next silo cycle, which could be days or it could be weeks, depending on when we can get a silo assigned to our current (GGC-4.9-fix) landing13:14
mhr3bregma, we'll kinda need it, so i'm sure getting you a silo can be prioritized13:15
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mhr3seb128, this one https://code.launchpad.net/~unity-team/unity/split-schema-pkg/+merge/22884513:16
seb128mhr3, dconf -> gsettings13:17
mhr3seb128, noone reads changelogs :)13:18
seb128mhr3, I was reading the commit msg :p13:19
seb128looks fine to me otherwise13:20
seb128mterry, miiiikkkkkkkkkkkkkke13:25
mterryseb128, hmmm13:26
seb128mterry, hey ;-)13:26
mterryseb128, this can't be good13:26
seb128indeed not13:26
mterryseb128, what's up?13:26
seb128I can't log into my unity8 desktop session13:26
seb128it greets me with a password entry, which is nice13:27
seb128but seems to hang when I enter the said password13:27
seb128known issue?13:27
mterryseb128, no...?  on the phone it seems to work...13:28
seb128swipping on the lockscreen makes the username label scroll out of the rectangle13:28
mterryseb128, testing on my desktop13:28
seb128mterry, hum, the lockscreen doesn't go away13:29
seb128but I can show the launcher and click on the ubuntu icon13:29
seb128which brings me to the dash13:29
seb128so the session is unlocked?13:29
* seb128 tries if that works before entering password13:29
mterryseb128, when I run locally it seems to work (from a trunk branch anyway)13:30
mterryseb128, that would be worse -- an exploit!  :-/13:30
attentexnox: hi, when plymouth prompts for the disk encryption password, it just displays a black screen with a purple border. do you know this problem?13:32
xnoxattente: no. please open a bug against plymouth with screenshot / photo if you can. As well as grub settings and currently active plymouth & grub themes.13:35
attentexnox: thanks13:38
seb128mterry, yeah, I can bypass the lock13:40
mterryseb128, I can't on the phone.  So something is funky here13:40
seb128mterry, after logging in from lightdm I get the phablet lock screen, then I dnd from the left edge to get the launcher, start the webbrowser ... which works13:40
seb128then if I didn't from the left to go to the dash that works13:40
mterryseb128, ah13:41
mterryseb128, is this Mir?13:41
seb128"if I dnd from the left"13:41
seb128not didn't13:41
seb128mterry, yes, unity8-desktop-mir13:41
mterryseb128, hrm13:42
mterryseb128, no you have inverse security -- you can't log in normally even with the right password, but you can trivially bypass the lockscreen13:42
seb128but you don't get the issue?13:43
seb128bregma, ^ can you try if password login works for you on current utopic desktop mir unity8?13:44
mterryseb128, not when running out of a branch or on the phone.  So I'll try install unity8-desktop-mir, it's been a while since I used it13:44
bregmaseb128, sure, if my power stays on long enough (thunderstorms here)13:44
mterryubuntu-desktop-mir even13:44
* mterry logs out to test13:45
seb128mterry, I log in from lightdm btw13:46
seb128not sure if that's supposed to auto unlock the session?13:46
mterryseb128, I just tried to switch user and didn't see unity8-mir as a session option -- do i need to reboot?13:47
seb128mterry, you might need to restart unity-greeter/llightdm13:47
seb128you should know better than me :p13:47
bregmadefinitely need to restart lightdm13:47
mterryseb128, I should know...  :)13:48
mterryseb128, bregma: I get odd behavior...  As I log in, the lockscreen is swiped away without me doing anything, the online accounts app tries to launch and seemingly fails, then I'm dumped into the dash13:57
seb128mterry, is the unity8 dock supposed to use the right password?13:58
seb128or still phablet or something?13:58
mterryseb128, looks like accounts app is in my autolaunch somehow and I'm seeing the same "launch an app, get to dash" behavior you're seeing13:59
mterryseb128, supposed to use right password13:59
mterryseb128, stole code from unity7's lockscreen  :)13:59
mterryseb128, I imagine you'd like the lockscreen just to be disabled.  Though that seems like papering around whatever bug this is14:00
seb128I don't care either way14:00
seb128ideally lightdm would unlock the session14:01
seb128same as happen with unity714:01
seb128but you would still get the in session lock if you e.g switch user14:01
seb128but rtm work is priority14:02
mterryseb128, sorry I broke it  :-/  my local testing made me think I wouldn't have14:03
seb128so maybe just have a way to disable locking on desktop would be better14:03
seb128mterry, no worry14:03
mterryseb128, I will add to my todo14:03
seb128do you want a bug report?14:03
mterryseb128, ooh yeah14:03
mterryseb128, assign to me14:03
seb128mterry, bregma, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity8/+bug/135087814:20
ubot5Launchpad bug 1350878 in unity8 (Ubuntu) "lockscreen doesn't properly unlock on desktop when a password is set" [High,New]14:20
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seb128mterry, I've opened https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity8/+bug/1350887 as well14:32
ubot5Launchpad bug 1350887 in unity8 (Ubuntu) "lockscreen doesn't use the correct profile" [Undecided,New]14:32
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seb128mterry, hum, added "indicators" to the title ;-)14:33
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seb128cyphermox, to reply to your question yesterday, using a mix of trusty and utopic on desktop unity7, so not really a supported configuration ;-)14:58
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didrocksno completion on apt? (/me tries to replace the -get autotyping with shiny new way)15:35
* didrocks is sad and do a puppy face towards mvo :p15:35
margaTrevinho, I manually downloaded the packages and verified that they fix the issue for me, but I still don't see them in security15:52
Trevinhomarga: weird I've downloaded them here15:52
Trevinhomarga: might depend from the mirror you're using?15:53
Trevinhomarga: http://paste.ubuntu.com/7915561/15:53
margaoh, sorry, the right version is 1.1? Your packages were numbered 1.2...15:54
margaThen I guess I already had the right version.15:54
Trevinhomarga: I think that's the version yes15:55
Trevinhomarga: and apt-get changelog unity confirms it :)15:55
margaWhy were yours 1.2?15:55
Trevinhomarga: no idea... Launchpad built these....15:55
margaok... weird15:56
hallynok, if anyone knows how to make palm detection actually work in utopic, i'll owe you one16:09
hallynmaybe http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2190097 will prevent me from murdering someone16:19
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seb128Laney, did you want to review https://code.launchpad.net/~larsu/gsettings-qt/lp1349787/+merge/228841 by any chance?16:28
Laneyis that the a{ss} branch?16:29
larsua{ss} patch16:30
Laneyi can look, but probably not today16:31
Laneyactually I did look16:34
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willcookelater dudes.17:33
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