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igoryonyahello, I have some sshfs file systems, configured in fstab, they don't always connect automatically after the system boots up and I have to do mount -a. Is there a way to fix that behaviour and make sure that they get connected every time.05:18
amjjawadHi, I became an Ubuntu Member a week ago and while I was trying to configure my @ubuntu.com to work with my gmail, I couldn't do that and this page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuEmail#Sending_email_from_GMail_with_your_Ubuntu_address is very unhelpful and I did contact rt@ubuntu.com and lamont suggested to contact you06:29
amjjawadMy launchpad is: https://launchpad.net/~amjjawad06:29
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lordievaderGood morning.08:17
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VDSecondhow can I change the nick when nick tis emporarily unavaliable?09:19
YamakasYwhay do I miss on my mirror comparing to the following 404's ? or is my sources on my servers just too large ? http://pastebin.com/kMPf6Khh09:26
lordievaderYamakasY: Your 'http://mirror.domain.local' cannot be resolved I guess.09:27
lordievaderOr at least "http://mirror.domain.local/ubuntu/dists/trusty" is not found.09:28
YamakasYlordievader: yes only those are not found, they are not on the mirror I guess09:37
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lordievaderYamakasY: Does mirror.domain.local resolv for you?10:15
YamakasYlordievader: yes the mirror works perfectly, I just don't like these :D10:17
lordievaderYamakasY: Ok, what happens when you go there with your webbrowser?10:18
YamakasYlordievader: forbidden10:20
lordievaderYamakasY: There you go ;) wonder why it throws a 404.10:22
YamakasYlordievader: it shouldn'tshoud it ?10:23
lordievaderYamakasY: No it should be accesible.10:27
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YamakasYlordievader: strange thing is, it's just a default mirror setup10:30
lordievaderYamakasY: Apache?10:32
YamakasYlordievader: yap10:40
lordievaderYamakasY: Then check the directory config why it is not allowing access.10:41
YamakasYdoes it only a check for that ?10:41
YamakasYI mean10:41
YamakasYdirectory list will be off I think10:41
lordievaderYamakasY: Read your apache configuration ;)10:44
YamakasYye syes10:44
YamakasYbut does ubuntu do a check on 404's ?10:44
YamakasYI mean when visiting a repo ?10:44
lordievaderYamakasY: No, it tries to get the info, info is not found (404). Apt throws 404...10:47
YamakasYlordievader: this is what I get: [Wed Nov 26 11:32:37.368605 2014] [autoindex:error] [pid 6327:tid 140045914658560] [client] AH01276: Cannot serve directory /var/www/ubuntu/dists/: No matching DirectoryIndex (index.html,index.cgi,index.pl,index.php,index.xhtml,index.htm) found, and server-generated directory index forbidden by Options directive10:48
YamakasYwhat kind of index does apt need ?10:49
lordievaderNone, but clearly your mirror is broken.10:50
YamakasYmhh files are there10:50
YamakasYinstalls go right10:50
amjjawadHi, I became an Ubuntu Member a week ago and while I was trying to configure my @ubuntu.com to work with my gmail, I couldn't do that and this page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuEmail#Sending_email_from_GMail_with_your_Ubuntu_address is very unhelpful and I did contact rt@ubuntu.com and lamont suggested to contact you11:16
amjjawad<amjjawad> My launchpad is: https://launchpad.net/~amjjawad11:16
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DonRichieHi, can somebody give me some /etc/network/interfaces examples how to configure ipv6 on ubuntu-server? Awesome would be: one example for stateless autoconfiguration, one for stateless autconfiguration with router advertising, one with dhcpv6 and one with static ipv6 configuration12:50
DonRichieI am talking about the client side network configuration12:51
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zuljamespage: erm....ok...why would python-taskflow install the test-/requirements.txt file...wird14:13
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mribeirodantasI have a 10.04.3 installation and I need to set up a Python/Django project in it. I can't reinstall the system since lots of other projects are running, so I basically wanted pip and virtualenv to have a safe place to work with news versions14:57
mribeirodantasbut pip and virtualenv are in very old versions. What's the best approach? Compiling manually pip/virtualenv and doing the rest within a virtual environment?14:58
Picimribeirodantas: Personally, I'd forgo the ubuntu packaged versions of those, and install pip from the get-pip.py that pip itself distributes.14:59
mribeirodantashow about python3?15:00
peetaur2mribeirodantas: you could use a chroot15:00
mribeirodantasWait, I think the packaged version of python3 is not that old.15:00
mribeirodantasit may work.15:00
Picimribeirodantas: I'd look at the deadsnakes ppa for that.15:00
PiciIf what lucid provides is too old, that is.15:01
mribeirodantasthank you.15:01
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sander^workwhats the procedure to upgrade mysql in a live system?17:02
sander^workis it adviced to stop mysql?17:02
sander^workor will apt-get take care of that gracefully?17:02
jrwrensander^work: great question. I would have hoped for an upgrade section in https://help.ubuntu.com/14.04/serverguide/mysql.html17:03
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ChrisP1948Scott - here is output of debdiff clamav_0.98.5+dfsg.dsc clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1~ubuntu14.04.1~ppa1.dsc | less18:25
ChrisP1948dpkg-source: error: cannot fstat file /home/chris/clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1.debian.tar.xz: No such file or directory18:25
ChrisP1948Use of uninitialized value $from in stat at /usr/share/perl/5.18/File/Copy.pm line 278.18:25
ChrisP1948Use of uninitialized value $from in string eq at /usr/share/perl/5.18/File/Copy.pm line 102.18:25
ChrisP1948Use of uninitialized value $from in -d at /usr/share/perl/5.18/File/Copy.pm line 134.18:25
ChrisP1948Use of uninitialized value $_[0] in substitution (s///) at /usr/share/perl/5.18/File/Basename.pm line 341.18:25
ChrisP1948fileparse(): need a valid pathname at /usr/share/perl/5.18/File/Copy.pm line 89.18:25
ChrisP1948There is no /home/chris/clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1.debian.tar.xz:18:26
ChrisP1948I have clamav_0.98.5+dfsg.debian.tar.xz and clamav_0.98.5+dfsg.orig.tar.xz18:27
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ScottKChrisP1948: Hello.19:25
ScottKChrisP1948: Try doing "pull-lp-source clamav" and then "debdiff  clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1.dsc clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1~ubuntu14.04.1~ppa1.dsc | less"19:29
pleia2hi there, working with crinkle here, wondering how to get new openstack components included in the UCA19:33
pleia2specifically looking at python-openstackclient19:35
sarnoldhey pleia2, first guess, ask bigjools and/or Odd_Bloke19:35
pleia2sarnold: cool, thanks19:35
ScottKChrisP1948: Looks like the Ubuntu security team has beat us to the punch: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2014-November/002741.html20:05
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YamakasYguys I get these errors on my internal mirror: http://pastebin.com/Yc83vUKz20:31
YamakasYdo I need them or not ?20:31
YamakasYany idea guys ?20:35
ScottKChrisP1948: An update for lucid is still needed, so once we get through the basics, we can work on that.20:35
sarnoldYamakasY: probably fine20:36
YamakasYsarnold: what do you mean by that ?20:36
sarnoldYamakasY: apt-get source won't work but you are probably still getting the amd64 lists, right? not many people have i386-only systems any more...20:37
YamakasYsarnold: the issue is I get this because of my local mirror, which doesn't contain them... which I think it strange as they are not in my sources.list also20:38
YamakasYsarnold: I know :)20:38
YamakasYsarnold: so how to fix ?20:38
YamakasYis my sources.list bad or something else wrong in apt ?20:38
sarnoldYamakasY: sorry, no, I'm content with local caching rather than mirrors...20:38
YamakasYsarnold: yes I can enable caching too.. but how does caching work, they the packages exist forevery ?20:39
sarnoldYamakasY: I suspect squid cleans them up periodically, I've never looked...20:39
YamakasYsarnold: ah ok, I cannot have that :(20:40
sarnoldYamakasY: ... hmm, I see some things in my squid cache that's nearly a year old. I've only been using it for a year, so it may not clean things up...20:41
YamakasYsarnold: here, check this, same error: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2220757.html20:42
sarnoldYamakasY: you could try changing your deb lines to deb [arch=amd64] as described here, see if that helps: https://wiki.debian.org/Multiarch/HOWTO20:43
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YamakasYsarnold: mhh, let me check my puppet manifests20:45
YamakasYmhh unclear such things20:50
YamakasYbad documented20:50
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YamakasYsarnold: why would it grab those sources ?20:58
sarnoldYamakasY: don't know, sorry20:58
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ChrisP1948Sounds good Scott, sorry, after lunch I just crash out for about 2hrs every day. VA trying to figure out why.21:05
ChrisP1948Here's the output - dpkg-source: warning: extracting unsigned source package (/home/chris/clamav_0.98.5+dfsg-1~ubuntu14.04.1~ppa1.dsc)21:05
ChrisP1948diff -Nru clamav-0.98.5+dfsg/debian/changelog clamav-0.98.5+dfsg/debian/changelog21:05
ChrisP1948--- clamav-0.98.5+dfsg/debian/changelog 2014-11-20 00:02:46.000000000 -060021:05
ChrisP1948+++ clamav-0.98.5+dfsg/debian/changelog 2014-11-25 20:05:53.000000000 -060021:05
ChrisP1948@@ -1,3 +1,9 @@21:05
ChrisP1948+clamav (0.98.5+dfsg-1~ubuntu14.04.1~ppa1) Trusty; urgency=medium21:05
ChrisP1948+  * No changes, update for Trusty21:05
ChrisP1948+ -- Chris <cpollock@embarqmail.com>  Tue, 25 Nov 2014 20:05:07 -060021:05
ChrisP1948 clamav (0.98.5+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium21:05
tewardChrisP1948: use a pastebin please - paste.ubuntu.com for instance21:08
* teward points at ~ppa1 and says "um, what"21:09
Malinuxpastebinit is a nice cli program that can pastebin things directly like21:10
Malinuxcat <sometihing> | pastebinit21:10
tewardtrue, but if he copypasted it already... :P21:10
Malinuxwell :)21:10
MalinuxI thinked maybe next time :)21:11
sarnoldeveryone learns about pastebinit somewhere :) it's fantastic..21:11
Malinuxsarnold: yes... I have paste things into a channel more than once..... :$21:11
ChrisP1948Oops, sorry, will do that from now on21:13
tewardMalinux: so have I, but now I just throw things into my own pastebin XD\21:13
tewardanyways, i digress21:14
Malinuxteward:  :)21:14
ScottKChrisP1948: That's exactly what you would want.21:15
ScottKteward: We're working in a PPA for now, so that's correct.21:16
tewardScottK: ahhh, I see, I missed that21:16
* teward kicks his ZNC for having packet loss21:16
ChrisP1948Ok Scott, I'm going to remove all these builds and so forth again and start over21:16
ScottKChrisP1948: Before you do, how about trying to upload this to the PPA?21:16
ChrisP1948Sure, I can do that, let me look at your last email for the instructions21:17
hxmhello, what kind of backup system do you use?21:18
ChrisP1948Upload and signing successful http://pastebin.com/K3Wz59ux21:24
sarnoldhxm: I use rsnapshot21:25
ScottKChrisP1948: I don't see your gpg key associated with your LP account: https://launchpad.net/~cpollock21:28
hxmsarnold: thanks21:30
ScottKThat looks like a correct upload, but if LP doesn't know your key, it'll silently discard it.21:30
ChrisP1948It was signed - http://pastebin.com/GhiNbpJC I've sent my key to the Ubuntu keyserver multiple times what else do I need to do?21:31
ChrisP1948I just resubmitted it to Launchpad will see if I get the email, which if I remember I never have.21:38
ScottKAdding it to the keyserver is half the battle.21:43
ScottKChrisP1948: If you go to https://launchpad.net/~cpollock you should see a part of the page that says opengpg keys with an icon to click on.21:44
ScottKThat'll start the process of adding the key to your account.21:44
ChrisP1948Yep, just did that again for about the 5th time. Put the fingerprint in now it says to wait for an email which I've never gotten in all my attempts21:45
ScottKI'd check that your email address in the account is correct.21:47
ChrisP1948email address is correct21:59
ScottKOK.  I assume you've checked the spam folder, etc.22:02
ScottKHow about if you join #launchpad and we'll see if we can get that sorted.22:02
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ChrisP1948Will do scott22:17
ChrisP1948I'm there Scott22:19
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ChrisP1948Scott, all is good with the key now22:55
ScottKNow you can try that upload again.22:55
ChrisP1948Will do22:55
ScottKYou will get an error that says you need to force it due to it having been uploaded already.22:56
ScottKThat's fine, just either force it or delete the .upload file.22:56
ChrisP1948Done - used the -f parameter, see what it looks like now22:59
ScottKI see the key in your profile new.23:02
ScottKDon't see the package yet, but it can take a few minutes.23:02
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ScottKChrisP1948: Check your inbox.23:11
ScottKAh.  Trusty/trusty.23:12
ScottKChrisP1948: I need to go soon, but you can fix that and re-upload.23:12
ScottKHave a happy Thanksgiving.23:12
ChrisP1948Great who knew it was syntax - will fix and reupload. You and your family have a great Thanksgiving also Scott. Will talk to ya later23:13

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