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LaneyIs bos01 having a sad or something?10:50
cjwatsonLaney: apparently nova-compute had segfaulted on several ppc64el compute nodes - IS has recovered it12:08
Laneycjwatson: Indeed, seems that the instances are picking up builds again, thanks12:11
__marcoGood afternoon (UTC+1). I recreated a qemu package but the ppa page says always that a new version is available13:39
__marco2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.19 vs 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.2013:40
__marcothe *ubuntu1.19 is the latest relased13:40
cjwatson__marco: Yes, it's currently not pocket-aware so it doesn't distinguish 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.19 in -updates from 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.20 in -proposed14:00
cjwatsonI think it's still worth knowing that there's a newer version on its way though14:00
cjwatsonDepends what you're doing14:01
dobeyyou should also use nextver~myppa1 instead of just nextver, for ppa builds, generally14:04
__marcodobey: https://launchpad.net/~marco-giusti/+archive/ubuntu/qemu I think I already do14:08
dobey__marco: no, that's current version plus appended string. should use 1.20~vde1 there instead (but that is still older than 1.20)14:11
__marcocjwatson: Yes, I am definitely interested in new versions. Is there a notify mechanism?14:11
cjwatson__marco: Not directly in Launchpad; the best you can do that I can think of is subscribe to trusty-changes@lists.ubuntu.com and filter.14:12
__marcodobey: I am following https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA/BuildingASourcePackage#versioning but I did not yet explored the Ubuntu packaging guide14:12
cjwatsondobey: That depends on semantics.  Neither is objectively better in all cases.14:12
__marcocjwatson: no problems. I did not aware of it14:13
cjwatsonbackport of 1.20 => 1.20~<something>, 1.19 plus extra patches => 1.19<something> or 1.19+<something>14:13
__marcoanyway, thanks both14:13
dobeywell, 1.19vde1 conflicts with the possibility of an update in ubuntu being 1.19.1 for example14:13
__marcoit is ubuntu1.1914:14
__marcoI don't think will be a ubuntu1.19.1 even14:14
dobeyin this specific case perhaps not, but i'm talking about the general case14:16
cjwatsondobey: no, it doesn't14:26
cjwatson$ dpkg --compare-versions 1.19vde1 lt 1.19.1; echo $?14:26
cjwatsonif that were a problem then Ubuntu's "append ubuntu1 etc." versioning scheme would be broken relative to Debian in a way that it is not14:27
ricotzhello, is it intended that one can enable support for ppc64el?19:28
ricotz... for personal PPAs19:28
Laneyricotz: http://blog.launchpad.net/ppa/ppas-for-ppc64el <- yes20:41
ricotzLaney, ah, ok20:51
ki7mtHello, does Launchpad support PPC packages?22:18
ki7mtfor PPA's22:18
wgrantki7mt: ppc64el, but not 32-bit powerpc yet.22:18
wgrantHopefully soon.22:18
cjwatsonki7mt: I went into some detail on http://blog.launchpad.net/ppa/ppas-for-ppc64el about what the blockers are22:20
ki7mtHi guys, ok, thanks. I had someone ask me about ppc64 package support, and to be honest, ppc is a bit out of my Wheelhouse.22:22
wgrantki7mt: ppc64el is easy, just hit "Change details" on your PPA. Ubuntu doesn't support plain ppc64, and LP doesn't support 32-bit powerpc PPAs yet.22:25
ki7mtwgrant, Would ppc64el  work with: [ uname -r = 4.2.0-16-powerpc64-smp ] boxe, it's G5 iMac running Ubuntu-Mate I believe.22:26
wgrantki7mt: That's 32-bit powerpc (just with a 64-bit kernel), which we don't have PPA support for yet.22:26
ki7mtwgrant, Ok, thanks for the help.22:27
ki7mtwgrant, If I enable the ppc64el under "Change Details", do I need to bump the PPA version to generate the package?22:30
wgrantki7mt: Builds won't automatically be created. You can either upload a new version or copy the package over itself to create the new builds.22:32
ki7mtwgrant, ok, thanks.22:33

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