mwhudsonis there an easy way for me to install the kernel and libc headers for another architecture?00:05
pittiGood morning06:42
dholbachgood morning07:55
pittiwgrant, dpm: odd, latest utopic (and vivid) translation export lost "libc"; I just approved the template on https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/utopic/+source/glibc/+imports?field.filter_status=all&field.filter_extension=pot but I wonder how we lost that in the first place08:02
xnoxbrainwash: sigh, thanks.10:29
xnoxNoskcaj: i don't know about abiword - test it make sure it doesn't regress do the merge if you wish. I do not have time, nor interest to merge abiword. Thus i gave the merge up for adoption.10:31
xnoxNoskcaj: encfs -> synced, let's see if it builds everywhere.10:32
xnoxhm, i ponder how to ping tseliot on irc =)10:45
xnoxis he by any chance on the other IRC network?10:46
xnoxNoskcaj: encfs built fine. all good.10:48
netdefbuild stated :) naaha10:52
netdefdoes ideviceinstaller works  on ios 8.1.1?10:52
netdefi installed from ubuntu repository which i don't know exact version. I'm new to this libimobile10:53
netdefbut it does not work and says can't start installer or someting10:53
netdef/usr/bin/ld: /usr/local/lib/libxml2.a(encoding.o): relocation R_X86_64_32 against `.rodata.str1.1' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC11:02
netdef/usr/local/lib/libxml2.a: error adding symbols: Bad value11:03
netdefcollect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status11:03
netdefwhat is this error11:03
maxbAn error instructing you to recompile with -fPIC11:04
netdefI'm so sorry but I dont know how to11:05
netdefcan u teach me?11:05
netdefhow to put -fPIC?11:05
mgedminI think #ubuntu might be a better channel for this, netdef11:07
netdefbut i soved by my self11:09
netdefthe problem happens when ubuntu try to compile application in 32 bit using 64bit libaray on 64 bit os machine.11:36
dholbach@pilot in11:37
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netdefjust keep reference when you try to compile11:43
netdefye!!!! compiled my expectaion was collect11:43
netdeflibplist was not good11:43
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dholbachxnox, can you take a look at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ntfs-3g/+bug/1291827?13:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1291827 in ntfs-3g (Ubuntu) "Merge ntfs-3g 1:2014.2.15AR.2-1 (main) from Debian unstable (main)" [High,Confirmed]13:12
dholbachit looks like there was a small bit of delta between ubuntu and debian - can the patch be dropped?13:12
smbapw, could you accept my nominations on bug 790558, please. It is quite old but I found we still did it wrong when I did the merge from Debian.13:17
ubottubug 790558 in dahdi-linux (Ubuntu) "dahdi kernel module built for wrong kernel version" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/79055813:17
pitticjwatson: did you do the systemd integration into openssh? if so, is there a reason why we have both a .service which is started in multi-user.target *and* a .socket? wouldn't the .socket be sufficient and more efficient?13:20
apwsmb, done13:30
smbapw, thanks13:31
xnoxdholbach: that package is in sync in vivid.13:32
dholbachxnox, right13:32
dholbachxnox, Ari thought there was a patch worth keeping in Ubuntu13:33
dholbachand since you synced, I thought you might have an opinion on the bug report :913:33
xnoxdholbach: i've changed with colin here and we decided it's not worth keeping the compat with pre-2011 wubi installs or something like that.13:33
dholbachthanks, I'll follow up on the bug report13:34
xnoxdholbach: well the bug can be closed now, no?13:34
dholbachthat's what I was going to do13:34
dholbach... with some explanation13:34
cyphermoxgood morning!13:52
cyphermox@pilot in13:53
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cyphermoxrbasak: hey!13:55
rbasakcyphermox: hi!13:58
cyphermoxrbasak: just curious what exactly there was to do atm with bug 1257082? :)13:58
ubottubug 1257082 in ntp (Ubuntu Trusty) "MAAS does not use NTP servers specified in DHCPD options" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/125708213:58
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rbasakcyphermox: I wanted a conversation around my comments 21-23, to work out the best way to do this so we don't diverge from Debian.14:24
rbasakcyphermox: Debian have said that they'd accept patches.14:24
rbasakSo no reason to introduce an Ubuntu delta here if we can help it.14:24
cyphermoxthen it seems like your idea to just have the small change in the script sounds like a good way to address this, and something that can be easily upstreamed14:25
rbasakcyphermox: yeah - provided that it works for all stakeholders, which assumes I've understood the multiple problems here correctly.14:26
cyphermoxif you're still looking after it, I'll just let that bug be for now :)14:26
rbasakcyphermox: I'm happy to look after it, but I need a response from Jorge here really.14:26
rbasakniedbalski: ^^14:26
cyphermoxcool :)14:27
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dholbach@pilot out15:38
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* dholbach hugs cyphermox15:38
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rbasakIs there a tmpfs that we can use in package builds and dep8 tests? Looking to speed up mysql tests, and they can make use of a tmpfs if there is one mounted somewhere.16:17
rbasakThere's /run/shm, which is presumably evil to use thisi way but might be available.16:17
rbasakIs there a better place or mechanism to get this?16:17
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bdmurraytjaalton: in bug 1386620, which you verified, there is mention of a potential regression regarding modesetting. Can you comment on your testing of that?18:30
ubottubug 1386620 in xorg-server (Ubuntu Vivid) "re-enable rotation for the intel driver in optimus mode" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/138662018:30
mlankhorstbdmurray: basically I had to backport an awful lot of patches for that18:37
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tjaaltonbdmurray: I've unverified that one, will double-check tomorrow but iirc there wasn't anything19:22
bdmurraytjaalton: okay, thanks!19:24
bdmurraytkamppeter: Could you have a look at bug 1348384? It seems to be related to an SRU you did.19:24
ubottubug 1348384 in okular (Ubuntu) "evince and okular do not render eps files correctly resulting in a black background" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/134838419:25
infinitytjaalton: Hey, who's doing the lts-utopic X stack this time around?20:19
infinitymlankhorst: ^20:19
* dobey can't wait for new kernel/x/intel20:23
infinitydobey: New kernel is there.  Someone seems to be slacking on the new X bit, though. :)20:23
dobeyinfinity: there == in proposed, or in updates?20:23
infinitydobey: updates.20:24
* dobey makes a note to install it20:24
dobeyinfinity: i guess new intel drivers aren't in yet though?20:24
infinitydobey: Not any userspace component of such.20:24
dobeyi wonder if those will come with the updated xorg20:25
infinitydobey: Usually seems to work that way.20:28
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* dobey goes to order a displayport 1.2 cable20:31
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mlankhorstinfinity: oh I've had x-stack in canonical-x/x-staging for ages20:35
infinitymlankhorst: Perhaps that's not the best place for it if we want it to actually make the point release? ;)20:35
mlankhorstyeah, I guess it's SRU time20:36
mlankhorstI need xtrans, x11proto-core, x11proto-fonts, and libdrm updated20:37
mlankhorstllvm-toolchain-3.5 should be new20:37
dobeymlankhorst: are you updating intel-gup-tools, libdrm-intel and xserver-xorg-video-intel too?20:39
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tjaaltoninfinity: right, it's been on that ppa for a while, now would be the time to get them to the archive21:32
infinitytjaalton: A few weeks ago might have been the time, but now's really the time. :)21:33
tjaaltonheh, indeed21:34
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ricotzTrevinho, hi, mesa-git-builds in xedgers should support mir now22:51
Logan_infinity: wanna do me a favor? :D22:57
Logan_it's not much of a favor22:57
Logan_I just need a no-change rebuild of a package in main22:57
infinityLogan_: Sure.22:59
Logan_one sec, doing a test build23:00
Logan_infinity: please do a no-change rebuild of gst0.10-python with the following changelog entry:23:01
Logan_No-change rebuild against new binutils to fix istanbul FTBFS on ppc64el.23:01
ari-tczew"Generated at 2014-12-06 20:13:15 UTC."23:03
infinityLogan_: That... Might need some explaining.23:03
ari-tczewcjwatson: MoM seems to be broken. ^23:03
Logan_infinity: sure - so you know the change that was made to binutils to properly support ppc64el in Debian?23:03
Logan_the one we talked about a few weeks ago23:03
Logan_it turns out that is does more than just fix FTBFS without autoreconf; it also fixes some shared libraries23:04
infinityLogan_: I feel like either you had this conversation with someone else, or I'm losing my mind. ;)23:04
Logan_oops, well, in any case23:04
Logan_istanbul currently FTBFS on ppc64el because it can't find the gst0.10-python library23:05
Logan_and that was shown in the build log on Debian23:05
Logan_but, after rebuilding gst0.10-python against the new binutils and then rebuilding istanbul in Debian, it found the library properly23:05
Logan_so we should do the same23:05
infinityLogan_: Right, so istanbul has nothing to do with this.  gst0.10-python just plain doesn't have a shared library in it, and it should have FTBFS because of it but didn't.23:06
infinitychecking whether the gcc linker (/usr/bin/ld -m elf64ppc) supports shared libraries... no23:06
infinityThe usual suspect.23:07
Logan_right, but rebuilding it should produce the shared library23:07
Logan_because of the binutils change23:07
infinityLet me verify that.23:07
infinityAnd also, still not happy with that binutils change.23:07
infinitySeems too magic to me.23:07
Logan_seems to work, though23:07
Logan_it definitely produces the shared libraries properly, without an autoreconf in most cases23:08
Logan_I've been dropping our autoreconf delta when it builds properly in Debian on ppc64el23:08
* infinity taps his foot waiting on build-deps to install.23:09
Logan_you need apt-fast23:10
Logan_or something.23:10
infinitychecking whether the gcc linker (/usr/bin/ld -m elf64ppc) supports shared libraries... yes23:11
infinityLooks promising.23:11
Logan_you have a ppc64el porter box?23:11
Logan_like, physical?23:11
infinityIt's not imaginary.23:11
infinity-rw-r--r-- root/root     18336 2014-12-08 23:11 ./usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstpython.so23:12
Logan_oh cool, you can get a ppc64el VM for free here: http://openpower.ic.unicamp.br/minicloud/23:13
Logan_I might just do that23:13
Logan_sweet, thanks23:14
tkamppeterbdmurray, thanks. I have CCed the author of the SRU patch for bug 1242678, Marek, Kasik.23:15
ubottubug 1242678 in evince (Ubuntu Trusty) "evince cannot render some EPS files" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/124267823:15

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