syntroPiim trying to compile (any maybe package someday) a software which i guess was written on arch. it comes with a cmake script looking for "gstreamermm-1.0" but ubuntu only has "libgstreamer-1.0-dev" which it doesnt see. Any ideas how to get cmake use that?04:23
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Unit193LocutusOfBorg1: I see you're upstream on pbuilder (thanks!) and are trying to merge it into Xenial.  Are you aware it doesn't work in wily without a slight modification to fix Debian 786690?06:40
ubottuDebian bug 786690 in pbuilder "pdebuild fails to builds package with dpkg-dev 1.18.0 (dpkg-buildpackage -S failing with missing build-deps)" [Important,Fixed] http://bugs.debian.org/78669006:40
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mgedmin'pull-lp-source -d python3-defaults xenial' reliably fails for me with a socket.error (connection reset by peer)07:34
mgedminafter successfully downloading both the .dsc and the .tar.gz07:35
Mirva core-dev would be needed for running https://ci-train.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-landing-026-2-publish/build , solely because there's a change in apparmor-easyprof-ubunt by jdstrand (https://ci-train.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-landing-026-1-build/129/artifact/apparmor-easyprof-ubuntu_packaging_changes.diff) other packages are universe packages.08:04
Mirvit's going to the overlay PPA08:04
tsdgeosxnox: do you have a link for those patches you speak of that remove gtk2 dependency on Qt5?08:29
LocutusOfBorg1Unit193, well, I didn't try wily, but I'm trying to fix xenial08:53
__marcoGood morning. How can I find more informations about trusty-changes ml?09:40
__marcoFor example, what are -proposed, -updates and -security changes?09:41
__marcoI see that python-tz 2012c-1ubuntu0.1 is -proposed (Accepted) and presents in the trusty-updates09:43
__marcowhile qemu 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.20 is also -proposed and Accepted but not in the repositories09:44
cjwatsonmost uploads go to -proposed first and are then copied elsewhere after QA09:44
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xnoxtsdgeos: yes, i got an email about it.10:31
xnoxtsdgeos: https://codereview.qt-project.org/#/c/139867/10:45
tsdgeosi see10:46
xnoxtsdgeos: np10:46
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brendandi just upgraded a raspberry pi 2 running trusty to xenial and fontconfig won't install (which seems to be stopping upstart from installing fully, as i am missing some of the binaries it provides)11:15
brendandparticularly i no longer have any reboot/shutdown command11:16
decciI am trying to build .DEB package11:26
decciI am able to create .DEB package but while I try to install it it puts everything under /tmp folder11:27
decciand not under specific /etc, /usr or /opt11:27
decciHow to troubleshoot it11:27
decciMy buildroot says debian/csde/tmp/DEBIAN/..11:28
decciunder rules file11:28
gQuigsis this the right place to change ubuntu restricted extras and friends - https://code.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-restricted-extras  of is there  a seeds like equivalent for that too?14:20
* gQuigs realized that gstreamer0.1 can still be brought in by that package14:20
pittiGood morning14:30
diwicseb128, hi!14:45
seb128diwic, hey14:46
diwicseb128, hi, how are things? Are you still the one to talk to about unity-control-center?14:47
seb128diwic, things are going well, thanks! hope it's the same for you :-)14:47
seb128or at least I'm one of those looking after it14:47
diwicseb128, so I wanted to fix up the subwoofer slider and just added a comment about the proposed fix in bug 150570514:48
ubottubug 1505705 in unity-control-center (Ubuntu) "[sound] Subwoofer slider works in mysterious ways" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/150570514:48
diwicseb128, I just feel that would be good to get your ack on how things should work before I go coding them14:48
diwicseb128, so if you had some time to reply to that (not urgent) it would be great14:50
seb128diwic, I see there are several comments forth and back upstream so I need to have a proper read, keeping that for later14:50
diwicseb128, sure, np14:51
seb128diwic, but if upstream agrees on a solution that's +1 from me as well14:51
diwicseb128, well, I don't think hadess's suggestion is as good as the one I'm proposing14:51
seb128diwic, I trust you on the topic and seems you got a +1 for the idea on the pulse list, so pre+1 from me, I'm still going to read that bug in details later and get back to you but you can probably start hacking on it14:55
diwicseb128, ok, thanks!14:56
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seb128mdeslaur, hey15:00
mdeslaurseb128: hey15:00
seb128mdeslaur, bug #1513293 seems to be a regression in the recent unzip trusty security update, unsure how to flag those15:00
ubottubug 1513293 in unzip (Ubuntu) "unzip security update leads extracting errors" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151329315:00
mdeslaurseb128: ok, thanks, I'll take a look15:01
seb128mdeslaur, thanks15:01
seb128mdeslaur, just for the record, is there an official way to flag those (out of IRC pings)? for next time...15:02
mdeslaurseb128: not that I'm aware...you can just mention it in #ubuntu-hardened if you don't want to ping anyone specific15:02
kirklandcyphermox: ooooh, you managed to identify the breakage?15:39
cyphermoxkirkland: to some degree.16:11
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kirklandcyphermox: have you verified reverting that fixes the problem?16:39
cyphermoxkirkland: sorry, no. I'm not spending extra time on the issue16:39
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kirklandcyphermox: okay, no worries, I'll captuer that URL in the bug in LP16:42
Laneydoko: any chance you can poke binutils upstream about the arm64 bug?16:43
cyphermoxok. there may be side-effects we haven't anticipated to doing that revert, so I'll let the desktop team weight in16:43
Laneyit's annoying to have so much stuff blocked16:43
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doko_Laney, <doko> seb128, no, I'm on it. no work around yet17:04
Laneydoko_: not necessarily a workaround, but maybe you could poke upstream17:04
doko_Laney, I'm on it, no worry17:06
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pittimdeslaur: mind if I steal your rpcbind merge?17:16
pittimdeslaur: the next upload to Debian should make the package syncable; I'd like to double-check, test the socket activation, and sync17:17
mdeslaurpitti: not at all, go ahead17:17
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chilukmterry: are you around?21:16
mterrychiluk, yup21:16
chilukmterry trusty debdiff uploaded https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/coreutils/+bug/143287121:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1432871 in coreutils (Ubuntu Trusty) "`df` shows bind mounts instead of real mounts." [Low,In progress]21:16
mterrychiluk, oh nice.  Might not get to it today, but will try tomorrow for sure21:16
chilukIt was pretty much a pain in the ass to find/document provenance, but I think it resulted in a better patch21:16
chilukmterry I might get someone else to upload it then.21:17
mterryheh k21:17
TJ-anyone familiar with resolvconf, and how it /etc/resolvconf/update.d/ scripts swap the active nameserver? Looks like I've found a bug when multiple dnsmasq instances are in use which knocks out name resolution22:49
sarnoldTJ-: your description reminds me a little bit of a bug I filed https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libvirt/+bug/116314722:52
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1163147 in libvirt (Ubuntu) "Please run dnsmasq in such a way that it can also be used on the host — to look up the VMs' names" [Medium,Confirmed]22:52
sarnoldTJ-: jdthood was insanely helpful, but I had trouble articulating what exactly I wanted to achieve so it was hard for him to figure out what to do..22:53
TJ-sarnold: I wish I had DNS to look at that!22:53
sarnoldTJ-: ohhhhhh man22:53
TJ-BUT... I think my issue will be different. There's 3 'primary' dnsmasq instances usually: lxc, libvirt, and Network Manager - all OK22:53
sarnoldthere's nothing there that is "run this to fix things", but he goes into great details about how the whole thing works22:54
TJ-I've just configured the system-wide dnsmasq to ONLY do DHCP/BOOTP (no DNS) on a single interface22:54
TJ-But... despite that, when I do "systemctl start dnsmasq" the resolvconf / nss-lookup.target are re-writing /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf to point to ... which isn't listening of course! I've enabled shell 'set -x' debugging on the /etc/resolvconf/update.d/* scripts, which dumps to syslog, but cannot find out where this "" is coming from.22:56
TJ-That knocks out NMs ""22:56
TJ-the "" is coming from "/run/resolvconf/interface/lo.dnsmasq" - I delete that file, but something recreates it!22:57
sarnoldpitti: ^^^ does any of this sound familiar?22:59
pittisarnold: I'm afraid not; I have a vague idea what resolvconf does, but lo.dnsmasq sounds just wrong23:01
sarnoldpitti: dang, thanks23:02
TJ-this is the syslog/shell debug capture http://paste.ubuntu.com/13117195/23:04
TJ-line 74-79 is the part that brings it in from lo.dnsmasq, but I've not been able to find out how that is getting recreated23:05
sarnoldTJ-: fatrace may help, it's sort of like a global strace for file opens...23:11
TJ-Ha! "start_resolvconf()" in /etc/init.d/dnsmasq !23:15
TJ-# If interface "lo" is explicitly disabled in /etc/default/dnsmasq23:15
TJ-# Then dnsmasq won't be providing local DNS, so don't add it to23:15
TJ-# the resolvconf server set.y23:15
TJ-Grrr, "IGNORE_RESOLVCONF=yes" doesn't help23:17
TJ-I wonder what this means "If interface "lo" is explicitly disabled in /etc/default/dnsmasq"23:18
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TJ-OK, got it :) /etc/default/dnsmasq requires "DNSMASQ_EXCEPT=lo"23:22
TJ-Now to figure out why dnsmasq isn't replying to the BOOTP request :s23:24
TJ-doh! port needs a VLAN tag!23:35

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