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tbrso is the process of getting those snap packages on a current image a nation state secret?04:38
* tbr still hasn't found a way to sign or do disable the signature check04:38
JamesTaitGood morning all; happy High Five Day! :-D08:36
ogra_tbr, --allow-unauthenticated ... (as snappy install option)08:59
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tbrogra_: $ snappy-remote --url=ssh:// --allow-unauthenticated install ./hello-world.canonical_1.0.5_all.snap09:19
tbrogra_: unknown flag `allow-unauthenticated'09:19
ogra_oh, remote ... that i dont know ...09:19
tbrremote is what TFM tells me to use09:20
* ogra_ just uses an ssh shell usually09:20
ogra_scp ... snappy install ...09:20
tbrok, that I can try09:20
tbrthe whole "forget everything you learned about package management and apt" thing makes me approach this from TFM side, instead of trying random things09:21
ogra_yeah, but everyone is busy ... the manuals are often a bit behind and updated last once a feature works09:21
ogra_and alongside, everyone is at a sprint in US TZ09:22
ogra_which doesnt make IRC actually a good place this week09:22
ogra_(for support)09:22
* tbr mumbles something about potemkin villages and goe sto figure this out the hard way09:22
tbrubuntu@localhost:~$ snappy --allow-unauthenticated install /tmp/hello-world.canonical_1.0.5_all.snap09:23
tbrunknown flag `allow-unauthenticated'09:23
tbrthis is from inside the image09:24
tbrName        Date       Version Developer09:24
tbrubuntu-core 2015-04-10 14609:24
ogra_i think install needs to come first09:24
tbrok, now it asks for root, progress09:24
tbryay. it installed.09:25
tbrso I guess the only way to get something workable is to toss out snappy-remote and reinvent the wheel with a wrapper script around scp and "ssh ubuntu@foo sudo snappy install --allow-unauthenticated $bar"?09:27
ogra_yeah, i think there is a bug open for that somewhere09:27
tbryes, I found it and it was not helpful09:27
ogra_bug 144367609:28
ogra_bah, no bot ?09:28
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* dholbach hugs davidcalle13:33
davmor2davidcalle: if dholbach said and maybe jump off a cliff....... ;)13:33
davmor2davidcalle: on a more serious note \o/13:34
davidcalledavmor2, I would... I would not... that's a hard question, I trust him! :p13:34
davmor2davidcalle: hahaha :)13:35
davidcalledholbach, are there install instructions for the raspi2 we could include in /install? (I know it's an image ready to burn, but we should probably have a small something)13:37
dholbachdavidcalle, not yet - I'll find out more though13:41
dholbachdavidcalle, https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/snappy-devel/2015-April/000463.html13:44
dholbachI'll talk to lool- once I see him around here13:44
dholbachand see if the instructions are going to get any more official13:44
dholbachthe great thing is that all devices which have oem snaps in the store can just use ubuntu-device-flash to have their image created on the fly13:44
dholbachso we can at some stage just have a big table with instructions for lots of different devices :)13:45
lool-dholbach: had to step out for a call sorry13:45
dholbachlool-, no worries13:45
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davidcalledholbach, thanks13:47
davidcallelool, hey :)13:47
dholbachdavidcalle, I'll note down to add a table to install/devices (or shall we call it start/devices)?13:48
dholbachsorry start/things13:48
looldavidcalle: heya13:48
looldavidcalle: how goes?13:48
davidcalledholbach, start/devices sounds great to me13:49
davidcallelool, all is well, you?13:49
dholbachdavidcalle, I think dpm wanted to call it things (just like ubuntu.com/things)13:50
dholbachbut yeah, I'll rename the 'install' section to 'start'13:50
dholbachthat'll also set the direction for the /start13:51
dholbachwe could add content like "hey, install the ppa" first because it's going to be relevant for everything else13:51
looldavidcalle: well well13:52
davidcalledholbach, +113:52
dholbachcool, I'll start work on this in half an hour or something13:55
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mterryjdstrand, did that framework bug get fixed?14:17
mterryasac, can I be in ~snappy-dev?14:19
jdstrandmterry: it is supposed to be in 0.3.7. I got a report that it may not be, however the 'snaps don't specify release framework' work that landed means there is another bug now14:19
jdstrandI'm looking at it now14:19
mterryjdstrand, OK.  So I should continue not to specify a framework  :)14:19
jdstrandfor now-- don't update your image just yet either :)14:20
jdstrandmterry: I suggest not upgrading and not specifying the framework for now. hopefully be eod you can do both14:20
mterryjdstrand, gotcha.  Can you ping me when I can?  I'd like to publish instructions for using the scripts today, and that would be a nice bug to not have to mention14:21
slangasekdholbach: https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/image-channels/ - I don't think so; particularly as our "channel" nomenclature is meant to be changing14:22
dholbachslangasek, right... it'd be still good if we could come up with something like that... even if we have to change it14:29
slangasekasac: ^^ you said sabdfl had some guidance about the use of edge (devel-proposed) vs. alpha (devel)?  What is our messaging around channels for 15.04?14:30
slangasekdholbach: btw, how do I submit changes to https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/image-channels/ since most of the channels listed there also need to be deprecated? ;-)14:31
dholbachslangasek, if you want, I can give you access to the site, or a bug on developer-ubuntu-com will do as well14:33
slangasekdholbach: thanks, filing that in my brain for later - the channel schema needs to really be changed on the server first before we make the changes to the website14:43
ogra_and in peoples brains :)14:43
ogra_which is the harder part i guess ...14:43
dholbachthanks slangasek14:47
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volkrassCan somebody point me to correct version of ubuntu-device-flash what support the oem flag15:02
volkrassI tried out this: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/snappy-devel/2015-April/000463.html15:03
volkrassBut I got message: unknown flag `oem' when I try reproduce what Loic did.15:04
volkrassAny hints for me?15:04
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jdstrandChipaca: http://people.canonical.com/~jamie/snappy/test-snap-foo-framework_1.3_all.snap20:56
Chipacajdstrand: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/10835145/21:07
sergiusensjdstrand: kickinz1 https://gist.github.com/sergiusens/8d4d2b99b2e5d87c7a5022:06
kickinz1sergiusens, Thanks!22:07
sergiusensChipaca: https://code.launchpad.net/~sergiusens/goget-ubuntu-touch/catchupToInstall/+merge/25660222:52
sergiusensChipaca: https://code.launchpad.net/~sergiusens/goget-ubuntu-touch/tarmac/+merge/25660423:10

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