FourDollarsIt seems no patch pilot now. Is anyone willing to review and sponsor my patch on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/clutter-gtk/+bug/1401376?06:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1401376 in clutter-gtk (Ubuntu) "Totem video playback doesn't support scale factor well." [Undecided,New]06:49
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smbhallyn, mdeslaur, Stomped by security... the sad story of my life... :-P07:57
dholbachgood morning08:02
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cjwatsonLaney: Did you notice that your libsoup2.4 sync FTBFS on powerpc and ppc64el?09:48
Laneycjwatson: Yes - I fixed the immediate failure and then reported an upstream bug about a hanging testcase09:48
LaneyWaiting to hear back now09:48
cjwatsonLaney: ok, thanks09:49
LaneyI'll skip the test or something by the end of the day09:50
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xnoxstgraber: mvo: it looks cool, well done! =)11:20
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mdeslaursmb: sorry about that, I'll probably release the updates today :P12:24
smbmdeslaur, Heh yeah. Thats a hope :)12:24
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cjwatsonNoskcaj: I think if you wanted to merge dhelp that it would actually manage to migrate to vivid now; I fixed up ruby-bdb12:42
cjwatson(by way of a sync and some NBS removals)12:42
Riddellpitti: this seems to be a problem with the jenkins server not with the package? https://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/vivid-adt-kate/lastBuild/console13:01
cjwatsonRiddell: there's already a retry in the queue13:02
cjwatsonrunning, in fact13:02
cjwatsonqueue's a bit long because there were some infrastructure problems over the last couple of days so lots of retries last night / this morning13:03
RiddellI'll be patient :)13:04
mdeslaurpitti, kees, infinity, stgraber, slangasek: next tech board meeting is scheduled for dec 23rd, shall we skip it and have it jan 6th instead?13:12
pittimdeslaur: sounds good to me; I'm still on vac on jan 6, but I'll make it13:24
pittiRiddell: yeah, I'm afraid the whole CI infrastructure got broken due to the data center move; things should move back into place soon13:32
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peacememoriesheya, any ubuntu-core people here?14:51
bdmurraytseliot: can you have a look at bug 1401390?15:13
ubottubug 1401390 in nvidia-graphics-drivers-331 (Ubuntu) "apt-get install nvidia-331 triggers 691 packages to be installed" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/140139015:13
tseliotbdmurray: looking15:27
tseliotbdmurray: nvidia provides libopencl and apparently that is being picked up before ocl-icd-libopencl1 (alphabetical order seems to be the criterion)15:33
tseliotbdmurray: ok, I know what happened. nvidia-libopencl1-331 now depends on nvidia-331-uvm, which, in turn, depends on nvidia-331. The dependency is correct but nvidia-libopencl1-331 shouldn't have been installed in the first place (since it only works with nvidia)15:37
slangasekmdeslaur: sounds good to me15:49
bdmurraymvo: Could you have a look at bug 1399455?15:50
ubottubug 1399455 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Vivid) "distribution upgrade from utopic uses DistUpgradeViewText" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/139945515:50
bdmurraypitti: did you see my ping about the py3cairo debugy packages missing?15:58
tseliotdoko: ping16:13
dokotsdgeos, ?16:14
tsdgeosme what?16:14
tsdgeosah, wrong autocomplete16:14
tseliotdoko: libhwloc-plugins seems to pull in the libopencl1 virtual package, which, in turn, pulls in nvidia-libopencl1-331 instead of ocl-icd-libopencl1, and results in LP: #140139016:22
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1401390 in nvidia-graphics-drivers-331 (Ubuntu) "apt-get install nvidia-331 triggers 691 packages to be installed" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/140139016:22
sil2100mitya57: oh! I see your PlatformSystemTrayIcon branch for appmenu-qt5!16:30
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rbasakpitti: some help with apport please? In mysql, we currently intentionally fail an attempted downgrade from eg. 5.6 to 5.5 in the preinst, causing the maintainer script to exit non-zero with a message.16:47
rbasakpitti: this triggers apport. But in this case it isn't a bug, so is there some way to tell apport it's OK?16:47
rbasakAn alternative we're considering is to succeed but then let mysql be broken for manual fixing.16:48
rbasakWe've decided to let the maintainer script succeed but disable daemon startup.16:50
rbasak(with a debconf note explaining)16:50
rbasakThat's maybe better. So never mind.16:50
roadmrhello folks! Is there a way to update lxc cache (/var/cache/lxc/$RELEASE)? The apt data is out of date so I always have to do apt-get update in every lxc container I create :/16:55
roadmr(I could clearly just delete the cache so lxc-create rebuilds it from newest sources, but that'd be quite slow)16:55
tseliotbdmurray, doko: apparently, we only need to rebuild hwloc so as to get the correct dependencies: Depends: libc6 (>= 2.4), libltdl7 (>= 2.4.2), libopencl-1.1-1, libpciaccess0, libxml2 (>= 2.7.4), ocl-icd-libopencl1 (>= 1.0) | libopencl1, libhwloc517:05
bdmurrayrbasak: for future reference not really to prevent the crash notification from appearing, but to stop it from being submitted you could write a bug pattern.17:07
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tseliotbdmurray: do I still need an SRU for a simple rebuild?17:12
tseliot(a no-change rebuild17:13
bdmurraytseliot: I think so. slangasek?17:13
slangasektseliot, bdmurray: yes; if you're rebuilding from source, there's plenty of room for something else to go wrong17:17
tseliotslangasek, bdmurray: ok, it makes sense. Speaking of which, I have just uploaded the change for hwloc17:17
bdmurrayslangasek: we'd want a bug for tracking that too then right?17:18
tseliotbdmurray, slangasek: I reassigned the bug to hwloc, requested an SRU and uploaded the sources. It should all be ready17:26
bdmurraytseliot: okay, I'll review it today17:29
tseliotbdmurray: thanks17:29
rbasakbdmurray: thanks. I did suggest that but we thought it was bad for the user to get the crash notification too.17:30
bdmurraytseliot: what about utopic?17:31
tseliotbdmurray: same problem :/ let me fix that one too17:36
bdmurraytseliot: thanks!17:36
tseliotbdmurray: what version shall I use?17:37
bdmurraytseliot: 14.04.1 and 14.10.1 would have been ideal17:37
tseliotbdmurray: I uploaded 1.8-1ubuntu1.1 in trusty-proposed but the one in utopic is still at 1.8-1ubuntu117:38
tseliotbdmurray: if you want to reject the one in trusty-proposed, I'll reupload17:38
bdmurraytseliot: right so instead 1.8-1ubuntu1.14.04.1 would be better17:38
tseliotbdmurray: ok, please reject the one in the queue then17:39
bdmurraytseliot: done17:39
cjwatsonmvo: I just noticed that https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/apt/1.0.1ubuntu2.2 was shadowed by a security update and so never released to trusty-updates.  Is it easy for you to rebase that on top of the current trusty-updates (maybe in git), or should I just go ahead and do it?17:46
tseliotbdmurray: ok, uploaded17:49
bdmurrayarges: to be clear bug 1368815 is v-done for utopic?17:51
ubottubug 1368815 in OpenStack Compute (nova) "qemu-img convert intermittently corrupts output images" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/136881517:51
argesbdmurray: yes, sorry to confuse the bug comments; I was also trying to hunt another qcow2 corruption bug, but it is a separate issue17:52
bdmurrayarges: no problem, just wanted to err on the side of caution17:53
kkirscheHey guys, I've been looking around but I haven't been able to identify this, what package is used to create the graphical installer used by ubuntu or where can I find the source code for the graphic installer?17:57
bdmurraykkirsche: ubiquity17:57
kkirschethank you bdmurray I'll look at that. Thank you17:58
bdmurraysmb: do you want this new dahdi-linux accepted before the other upload is verified?18:26
smbbdmurray, Yeah, it actually fixes the first at least in Precise18:27
smbchanges contains both so verification of both should be carrying on18:28
bdmurraysmb: got it, thanks18:29
bdmurrayRiddell: it looks like there is a typo in your lixext upload. https://launchpadlibrarian.net/192182678/libxext_2%3A1.3.2-1_2%3A1.3.2-1ubuntu0.1.diff.gz18:30
_Groo_hi/2 all19:02
mdeslaursmb: ok, qemu updates for stable releases done.19:50
MasterPieceHello all :)19:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1401646 in gsettings-desktop-schemas (Ubuntu) "Shortcuts bug ( When press the "Ctrl + Alt", window Minimized )" [Undecided,New]19:53
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timrckirkland, So none of the snappy commands to update the system and install packages requires sudo... at least on that KVM image you linked too in your blog20:37
timrcs/too/to/ (still have 33 years I cannot get that one right :))20:37
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smoserinfinity, is there some official thing / test that needs to happen to make the utopic-* things (hwe updates) in http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/trusty-proposed/main/installer-amd64/current/images/ able to move to -updates ?21:19
smoseri can do a quick sniff of them.21:19
timrckirkland, Ah I took a look at the code... calling sudo from inside snappy21:28
mwhudsonis there a cross toolchain targetting ppc64le in the archive?21:33
mwhudsonah, yes21:34
smosertimrc, you're not the first person  to notice that. :)21:40
smoserit will change to your expectation21:40
timrcsmoser, Nice.  Yeah... it seems a little... un-ubuntu-y21:41
infinitysmoser: If you can test i386 generic and utopic-generic for me and make sure they both boot and install the expected kernel, that would be great.21:46
infinitysmoser: I've tested amd64, ppc64el, and powerpc64, and I've had arm64 tested.  That just leaves armhf.21:46
smoserinfinity, someone going to do that ? thats not one i can easily test.21:50
infinitysmoser: My house in a bit of a pre-move mess, so finding bits to test with has been challenging, but if I can't put together what I need, I'll get someone else to test.21:52
infinityActually, I could probably test it in qemu, if we build the right DTB for vexpress...21:53
* infinity checks.21:53
infinityYeah, I can probably fudge something together to test armhf on my laptop.21:54
smoserinfinity, i'd be interested in knowing how  you do that .21:57
smoserif you dont mind writing it donw21:57
infinityWell, the only annoying bit is going to be extracting (or building) the right DTBs, since I don't ship them with d-i, apparently.21:58
infinityI should fix that.21:59
infinitysmoser: This seems to be doing the trick:22:23
infinityqemu-system-arm -M vexpress-a9 -m 1G -kernel vmlinuz -initrd initrd.gz -dtb vexpress-v2p-ca9.dtb -serial stdio -nographic -no-reboot -append "console=ttyAMA0" -sd armhf.img22:23
infinitysmoser: Will know more once I've installed.22:23
infinitysmoser: Oh, ditch the -nographic, qemu's I/O multiplexer seems to go insane without the graphics console being up.22:24
infinitysmoser: Yeah, nevermind.  That all ended very poorly.  I'm going to hunt down an SD card and my Panda.22:42
infinity... and fix d-i on qemu another day.22:42
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