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zequenceHi. Ubuntu Studio ISOs have not been building for a while. I don't really know from which end to start looking. Could someone please assist?07:36
zequenceThere's the error report.07:36
zequenceSeems there's a problem with python-enum07:37
zequenceAh, I just tried upgrading, and upgrading python-enum would remove a bunch of packages.07:38
zequenceFor some reason it is now conflicting with python-enum34, which it wasn't before. I'll check it out07:39
flexiondotorgRiddell, May I ask a favour? Please could you sponsor this upload for me? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-mate-settings/+bug/149834008:10
ubot93Launchpad bug 1498340 in ubuntu-mate-settings (Ubuntu) "ubuntu-mate-settings 15.10.4 bugfix release [debdiff attached]" [Undecided,New]08:10
zequenceCould someone move ubuntustudio-meta to the wily main archive. It's sitting in proposed, and will fix our ISO build issue. Bug 149834509:06
ubot93bug 1498345 in ubuntustudio-meta (Ubuntu) "python-enum conflict with python-enum34 causing havoc" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149834509:06
Laneyzequence: You need to wait for proposed-migration to do its thing09:12
zequenceLaney: Does that happen quickly?09:17
zequence24h is good enough for me. Don't know much about what happens after I do an upload.09:20
LaneyIf no problems then a couple of hours, otherwise however long it takes to fix them09:21
zequenceLaney: Thanks :)09:21
davmor2cyphermox, infinity: :( https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bcmwl/+bug/1498074 archive sync didn't fix it :'(  still only showing the intel-microcode,  I'll try it on macbook and see if that is the same if it is then I can open it up via ssh hopefully09:50
ubot93Launchpad bug 1498074 in bcmwl (Ubuntu) "Package is not being installed if you install from a usb pendrive created from disks" [Undecided,New]09:50
flexiondotorgdidrocks, Do you have the time to sponsor a couple of uploads?10:46
didrocksflexiondotorg: not really, better to add to the sponsoring queue I think10:48
flexiondotorgdidrocks, Yep, have done.10:48
flexiondotorgReally wanted to squeeze these in before the next beta.10:48
flexiondotorgI'll ask around :-)10:49
flexiondotorginfinity, When will the beta iso image get made?11:53
tjaaltoncould someone from the release team ACK/NAK https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/148427912:36
ubot93Launchpad bug 1484279 in mesa (Ubuntu) "[FFe] Mesa 11.0.0" [Medium,Confirmed]12:37
Riddellflexiondotorg: uploaded!12:47
flexiondotorgRiddell, Thanks.12:47
flexiondotorgRiddell, Do you have time for a couple more?12:48
Riddellflexiondotorg: and rejected! "File ubuntu-mate-settings_15.10.4.tar.xz already exists in Primary Archive for Ubuntu, but uploaded version has different contents"12:48
Riddellflexiondotorg: could do12:48
ogra_didrocks, how about that linux-(meta-)raspi2 kernel now (it is actually in binary NEW now)12:48
flexiondotorgRiddell, I'll check u-m-settings.12:48
ubot93Launchpad bug 1498439 in galculator (Ubuntu) "Sync galculator 2.1.4-1 (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Undecided,Fix released]12:49
ubot93Launchpad bug 1498415 in ubuntu-mate-artwork (Ubuntu) "ubuntu-mate-artwork 15.10.4 bugfix nelease [debdiff attached]" [Undecided,New]12:49
Riddellflexiondotorg: how come you can't do this yourself?12:55
flexiondotorgRiddell, I'm not blessed with upload priviledges.12:56
flexiondotorgI'm going to apply after 15.10 is out.12:56
flexiondotorgFor PPU.12:56
Riddellflexiondotorg: and nobody else from xubuntu is? I'm just mindful you could be a malitious hacker using my trusting nature to upload root kits12:57
flexiondotorgI'm from Ubuntu MATE.12:57
Riddellah yes sorry12:57
flexiondotorgWe have no uploaders.12:57
flexiondotorgWe do most of the packaging via Debian and sync.12:57
flexiondotorgWe have 2 DDs for MATE in Debian who do the uploading.12:57
flexiondotorgThere are essential 3 packages in Ubuntu that trasform MATE into "Ubuntu MATE".12:58
flexiondotorgRiddell, Is it possible someone else already uploaded ubuntu-mate-settings?13:01
Riddellflexiondotorg: yep looks like it https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-mate-settings/15.10.413:02
Riddellbug 1498439 is also done13:02
ubot93bug 1498439 in galculator (Ubuntu) "Sync galculator 2.1.4-1 (universe) from Debian unstable (main)" [Undecided,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149843913:02
flexiondotorgRiddell, Thanks very much.13:02
Riddellhttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-mate-artwork/15.10.4 is also uploaded13:02
Riddellso you're sorted13:02
flexiondotorgRiddell, Brilliant. Thanks once again for your help uploading stuff.13:03
flexiondotorgRiddell, Shall I add you to the Ubuntu MATE team page ;-)13:03
Riddellflexiondotorg: thanks for the offer but I expect to wind down my ubuntu involvement13:04
ogra_do i sense a kubuntu-mate here ?13:04
ogra_based on kde 1.2 ?13:04
flexiondotorgogra_, Isn't that call Trinity ;-)13:05
davmor2cyphermox, infinity: so it turns out that the b43 driver is taking ownership of the card that can only be powered by the bcmwl driver D'oh.13:32
cyphermoxdavmor2: could you get me the output of lspci -nn?13:34
davmor2cyphermox: apw just asked for the same thing http://paste.ubuntu.com/12521056/13:35
davmor2cyphermox: I didn't realise till after that he was in here though :)13:35
davmor2cyphermox: one is the dell one is the apple mac that is working so we could see the difference13:36
cyphermoxyeah, I think the modalias is missing from the package13:36
didrocksogra_: did you get the FFe approved? I didn't see any bug mentioned here?13:36
ogra_didrocks, well, infinity let it into the archive, thats just binary NEW processing13:36
cyphermoxapw: ^13:37
didrocksok, I guess it was his way to ack the FFe :p13:37
didrocksogra_: having a look then13:37
* ogra_ would infinity's "letting it in" take as FFe ack 13:37
ogra_+grammar :P13:37
flexiondotorgcyphermox, The following may be worth looking at - https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/b43-fwcutter/+bug/149021213:38
ubot93Launchpad bug 1490212 in software-properties (Ubuntu) ""Modaliases" field missing from debian control file" [Undecided,New]13:38
davmor2ogra_: were there fluffy bunnies killed in the process, if not then it was just infinity helping you out, you know that FFe's have to kill fluffy bunnies or they are not taken seriously enough ;)13:38
davmor2ogra_: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dDBAiq4RFE13:40
cyphermoxflexiondotorg: thanks, that helps yeah. it should be made better too13:40
flexiondotorgcyphermox, Yeah, someone has put in a lot of effort to try and unpick the Broadcom stuff there.13:41
cyphermoxdavmor2: looks like it's indeed just missing 43b1.13:43
davmor2cyphermox: so is that something we can get patched up and landed then?13:49
cyphermoxdavmor2: yes, working on it now13:49
tjaaltoninfinity, Riddell, pitti, Laney: hey, could one of you ACK/NAK https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/1484279 ?13:50
davmor2cyphermox: \o/ you rock dude13:50
ubot93Launchpad bug 1484279 in mesa (Ubuntu) "[FFe] Mesa 11.0.0" [Medium,Confirmed]13:50
tjaaltonhm, why is it confirmed..13:50
Riddellum, another mesa update on freeze week?13:50
tjaaltonit's been on the queue for a month13:51
apwcyphermox, alias missing> from which package?  from bcmwl or fwcutter13:51
RiddellI mean this happens every cycle13:51
cyphermox(it seems)13:51
tjaaltonRiddell: because of upstream release cycles13:52
cyphermoxapw, I been looking at https://wireless.wiki.kernel.org/en/users/Drivers/b43 which says 43b1 would be supported by wl but not by 43?13:52
Riddelltjaalton: sure, but it means bugs creap in and there's no time to fix them13:52
tjaaltonmesa has MRE13:53
cyphermoxapw: so if you agree with the change, I have a package ready.13:53
tjaaltonfirst point release coming this friday13:53
apwcyphermox, wel i am wondering what is getting changed :)13:53
cyphermoxapw: just a sec13:53
Riddelltjaalton:  on the other hand could it fix this issue? https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=125944313:54
ubot93redhat bug 1259443 in mesa "Add brw_meta_fast_clear crash workaround patch" [Unspecified,Closed: nextrelease]13:54
apwcyphermox, sounds very plausible13:55
tjaaltonbut only because of a workaround patch13:55
tjaaltonwhich is just as valid for 10.6.x13:56
tjaaltonI'll check the rh bug..13:56
tjaaltonthe status seems weird13:56
Riddelltjaalton: do the packages include the workaround patch?13:56
cyphermoxdavmor2: before I upload something, have you tried installing it manually, and when you do that does wifi then work?13:56
cyphermox(I can't remember if you confirmed that)13:56
apwi believe he did, but i'll let him speak for himself13:57
davmor2cyphermox: indeed it works fine now that the cd and archive are in sync I can install it and away it goes13:57
tjaaltonRiddell: yep. the "nextrelease" is still wrong, aiui it's not fixed upstream13:57
cyphermoxok, so you got online with it?13:57
davmor2cyphermox: yeap13:57
Riddelltjaalton: what testing has been done on this mesa?13:57
tjaaltonsince it's a complicated issue and needs xserver/ddx fixes too13:57
cyphermoxdavmor2: great, thanks13:58
tjaaltonRiddell: hrm, looks like test reports never made to lp13:58
tjaaltonanyway, I'm running it on intel13:59
davmor2cyphermox: I went browsing through the ubuntu.com website.  Only issue seems to be if I run sudo lsmod b43 is up and running , and if I run sudo ubuntu-drivers list it only shows the intel-microcode.  So it won't install it automagically at all13:59
cyphermoxerr, ok14:01
cyphermoxcan you run lspci -vnvn again then?14:01
Riddelltjaalton: aye but are you running kwin and plasma :)14:01
tjaaltonno, but someone is14:02
cyphermox(after it's installed)14:02
didrocksrtg: ogra_: there are quite some lintian errors (not only warnings) on your packages. Would appreciate them to be fixed before NEWing (depends-on-essential-package-without-using-version, unversionned copyright…) and some typos (but those are not blocking) ;)14:02
didrocksjust run lintian *deb on your debs ;)14:02
tjaaltonRiddell: as mentioned on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/149203714:02
ubot93Launchpad bug 1492037 in mesa (Ubuntu) "Segmentation fault in brw_meta_fast_clear" [Critical,Triaged]14:02
davmor2cyphermox: sure give me 514:04
Riddelltjaalton: groovy, approved14:05
tjaaltoncool, thanks!14:05
davmor2cyphermox: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12521292/14:10
tjaaltonRiddell: do you think I should wait for the point-release and upload after beta?14:11
Riddelltjaalton: uploading before beta would be better if you think it'll get comiled and in the archive in time and you don't know of obvious problems14:12
tjaaltonok, sure14:12
cyphermoxdavmor2: ok good14:13
ogra_didrocks, it is a bit weird, the package is supposed to actually be based on our linux package (even using the same .orig) with just patches added on top and a RPi specific config ... i dont really get why it would be any different from our linux package14:20
didrocksogra_: maybe your linux package didn't get any cleanup for quite some time then?14:20
ogra_could be14:20
didrockswould be the right time to do some cleaning ;)14:20
ogra_not really14:20
* ogra_ is already two days behind with the for-monday promised RPi image snappy :(14:21
ogra_*on snappy14:21
didrockswell, if we let it in and you say it's clearly already the case for the linux package, it means that it's not going to be cleaned once it's getting in14:21
ogra_i dont maintain it ... i only consume it14:21
ogra_so i cant promise that indeed ... we'll have to wait for adam and tim14:22
rtgdidrocks, your are right, its likely time to do some house cleaning on the main linux package (from which raspi2 is descended)14:31
* flexiondotorg is watching this rpi2 stuff closely as well.14:51
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infinitytjaalton: Robert dropped your fix for LP: #1392887 when he merged xf86-input-wacom17:20
infinitytjaalton: Since he doesn't seem to be online to yell at, you win. :P17:20
ubot93Launchpad bug 1392887 in xf86-input-wacom-lts-utopic (Ubuntu Trusty) "serial wacom devices gone after upgrade to utopic/14.10" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/139288717:20
tjaaltoninfinity: ah, great :)17:26
bdmurrayinfinity: Could you have a look at that apport upload?17:26
infinitybdmurray: I would, but no debdiff in the queue yet.  So, you lose.17:29
bdmurrayinfinity: How about this? http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/12523113/17:30
infinitybdmurray: I don't trust your sketchy pastes.17:32
bdmurrayinfinity: alrighty17:32
infinitybdmurray: Also, not that it matters, but I'd 's/non-distro //' in your changelog.17:33
infinitybdmurray: Assuming that's apt origin, it's only accurate as far as you can map package->Packages->Release, so it's not "non-distro", but just "unknown origin".17:33
bdmurrayI just copied what pitti said when it was fixed in raring or whatever release it was.17:34
infinityAlright. :)17:34
infinityI do consider it a lacking dpkg feature that we don't record enough info in /var/lib/dpkg/status to track origin/uniqueness of packages post-install.17:35
infinityIf we recorded the *sums fields, for instance, we could reverse map to older packages and know if they're "ours".17:35
tjaaltoninfinity: oh you meant bug 1497041, caused by attemptin to rename things in *.install..17:41
ubot93bug 1497041 in xf86-input-wacom (Ubuntu) "Strange file /lib/udev/rules.d/69-wacom.rules/wacom.rules" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149704117:41
infinitytjaalton: The bug I aimed at was "closed" by the rename fix.17:43
infinitytjaalton: But yes.  The rename/directory issue is what I meant.17:43
tjaaltonyes, fix for the old, now reincarnated because of that17:44
infinitytjaalton: FWIW, dh-exec can allow you to rename in .install files, if you'd prefer that to rules hacks.17:45
infinitytjaalton: (search for dh-exec in dh_install(1))17:46
tjaaltonnever seen that17:46
wxlwhat's the eta on images folks?17:55
infinitywxl: I'll freeze and spin some in a bit.17:57
infinitywxl: At a conference right now, a bit thrown off my groove.17:58
wxlthanks infinity. anything fun?17:58
infinitywxl: I've spent a lot of time talking about firmware and bootloaders.  If that's "fun", then yes.17:59
wxlinfinity: which conference is this? (don't let me keep you by the way, with idle chatter)18:00
infinitywxl: Linaro Connect.18:00
wxlinfinity: nice. a little over my head atm, but i'm sure it's enthralling for someone in the know.18:01
infinityI'm so enthralled in this current session that I might just have an enlightened nap.18:02
infinity(Or, go have some hallway conversations and then find a corner to do freeze/beta things in)18:02
davmor2cyphermox: how's your fix coming along?18:23
cyphermoxdavmor2: for bcmwl?18:24
davmor2cyphermox: yeap18:24
cyphermoxuploaded, maybe still in proposed18:25
cyphermoxlooks like it's waiting for armhf testing to get done :P18:26
cyphermoxinfinity: ^ can you help?18:26
wxlcyphermox: he's at linaro connect fwiw18:26
cyphermoxwxl: yes18:27
infinitycyphermox: I can give it a nudge.18:28
infinityIf the wireless agrees with me.18:28
balloonsinfinity, how's things looking for final beta? It's listed on the release as this thursday, but I've heard no rumblings about it19:12
wxlballoons: he's working on it while at a conference19:12
infinityballoons: What he said.  I'll get ISOs sorted over the course of the day.  If we have to release a tiny bit late, we'll do so.19:13
balloonsinfinity, ack, ty. I felt like I remember it being pushed back, but I couldn't find any confirmation19:14
infinityballoons: There was no intentional push-back, I just ended up double-booked this week and I'm trying to catch up. :P19:14
tjaaltoninfinity: heh, dh-exec doesn't work too well with dh_install --fail-missing, since the original file is still there22:35
tjaaltongood idea though22:35
infinitytjaalton: Ahh, yeah, I can see how they wouldn't play together.22:41

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