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dupingpinghi, developers, please look here, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-terminal/+bug/151428804:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1514288 in gnome-terminal (Ubuntu) "Japanese Character Encoding Bug" [Undecided,New]04:37
dholbachgood morning07:54
Odd_Blokeinfinity: I now have access to 1SS, so I'm ready for you to give me somewhere to play with powerpc cloud images. :)09:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1514288 in gnome-terminal (Ubuntu) "Japanese Character Encoding Bug" [Undecided,New]09:39
LocutusOfBorg1mdeslaur, how do you feel about a sync of tar?09:48
LocutusOfBorg1after dinstall of course09:48
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alex__hello what is the right irc channel to ask about building unity?11:09
brendandalex__, here is fine11:13
brendandalex__, but ask your question in as much detail as possible rather than asking to ask11:13
brendandalex__, like 'i get this <pastebin> failure when building unity from lp:unity on <distro>'11:14
alex__ok thanks. I have to build some parts of unity because we in gnustep are working to integrate gnustep apps as better as we can. So with this command "make panel"  the panel got compilet but at launch time I got11:15
alex__ERROR 2015-11-09 12:15:44 nux.gltexture.resource.manager GLTextureResourceManager.cpp:54 Invalid target, impossible to generate a new texture. Impossible to generate a pixbuf: Failed to open file '/home/alex/test_unity/share/unity/icons/dash_noise.png': File o directory not found and similar errors11:16
alex__also, how to install compiled stuff in a customized directory? following the HACKING file seems to not work11:17
alex__-- Up-to-date: /home/alex/test_unity/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/unity.mo11:21
alex__-- Installing: /usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.Unity.gschema.xml11:21
alex__CMake Error at cmake_install.cmake:168 (file):11:21
alex__  file INSTALL cannot copy file11:21
alex__  "/home/alex/Scaricati/unity-7.3.3/com.canonical.Unity.gschema.xml" to11:21
alex__  "/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.Unity.gschema.xml".11:21
alex__The distro is Uubntu 15.10 and I'm using the released source code of unity 7.3.3, the tarball on launchpad11:23
brendandalex__, you did 'mkdir build; cd build; CMAKE -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/staging ../'?11:23
alex__yes, but insread of staging I used test_unity11:23
brendandbleurgh, and cmake should be lowercase11:23
alex__and yes I used a lowercase cmake command11:24
brendandalex__, what gave you the error? make or cmake?11:24
brendandalex__, did you do apt-get build-dep unity?11:24
alex__yes to build-dep, I don't have error while buidling panel, but running it. The build has success11:25
alex__brendand, this is the command I run cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=~/test_unity ../11:26
alex__then, make -j8 has success11:27
alex__make -j8 panel sorry11:27
alex__brendand, just rebuilt11:29
alex__Linking CXX static library libunity-shared-standalone.a11:29
alex__[100%] Built target unity-shared-standalone11:29
alex__Linking CXX static library libpanel-lib.a11:29
alex__[100%] Built target panel-lib11:29
alex__Linking CXX static library libunity-shared-bamf.a11:29
alex__[100%] Built target unity-shared-bamf11:29
alex__Scanning dependencies of target panel11:29
alex__[100%] Building CXX object panel/CMakeFiles/panel.dir/StandalonePanel.cpp.o11:29
alex__Linking CXX executable panel11:29
alex__[100%] Built target panel11:29
alex__no errors, but if I try to run it... I got the previous errors11:29
brendandalex__, i would doubt that building part of it will work11:35
brendandalex__, you would have to build it all, then make panel would work to rebuild just the panel bits if that's all you changed11:36
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alex__brendand, ah ok, so it works in this way, understoo. I go to rebuild all11:54
sladendirecthex: ta11:54
alex__brendand, ok Ibuilt every think and succesfully. Now I want to install everything in my customized directory12:04
brendandalex_ - make install should work?12:05
mdeslaurLocutusOfBorg1: how do I feel about a sync that would revert the ftbfs fix? Is that what you're asking me?12:10
nikow.win 2112:10
nikowwoops, sorry12:10
Slex1seems I lost the xchat window. I should not use anymore xchat. I was alex__12:13
alex__brendand, I hope12:14
alex__brendand, it fails here:12:15
alex__CMake Error at cmake_install.cmake:168 (file):12:15
alex__  file INSTALL cannot copy file12:15
alex__  "/home/alex/Scaricati/unity-7.3.3/com.canonical.Unity.gschema.xml" to12:15
alex__  "/usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas/com.canonical.Unity.gschema.xml".12:15
alex__I think the reason is that it wants root permission. Why it don't install that .xm file in my custom dir?12:16
directhexsladen: don't thank me yet, i have Plans(tm) for OpenBVE. evil plans12:18
Slex1time to go, woth both account Slex and alex__ see you soon and thanks dor the help12:23
mdeslaurLocutusOfBorg1: oh! I see the -2.1 version now. Sure, sync it.12:28
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LocutusOfBorg1exactly mdeslaur :)13:03
mdeslaurLocutusOfBorg1: I need to wait until I've had more coffee before responding to people in the morning :P13:04
LocutusOfBorg1me too :)13:05
utlemmingpitti: did the behavior of "nofail" in /etc/fstab change with 15.10?13:34
utlemmingpitti: I'm seeing an issue where "nofail" file systems that fail to mount on boot is resulting in a system going into emergency mode instead of continuing to boot. On 15.04 the option results in the system continuing to boot.13:35
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mbieblutlemming: can you pastebin the output of systemctl status foo.mount and systemctl show foo.mount14:36
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utlemmingmbiebl: sure14:53
utlemmingmbiebl: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13209036/14:54
mbieblutlemming: hm, that's not what I asked for14:55
mbieblcan you run systemctl status and show for the failed mnt.mount unit?14:55
utlemmingmbiebl: oh, sorry...let me see if I can get to a system. This a remote headless system in the cloud.14:56
mbieblutlemming: oh, and sharing your /etc/fstab would help as well15:00
utlemmingmbiebl: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13209069/15:02
mbieblutlemming: ah15:03
mbieblnobootwait != nofail15:03
mbieblI think that Ubuntu specific fallback has been removed15:03
utlemmingmbiebl: oh, really? you wouldn't happen to have the bug/commit where that change happened?15:05
mbieblutlemming: so either the migration code is buggy or you added the fstab entry using nobootwait *after* the upgrade15:08
utlemmingmbiebl: the nobootwait was added by cloud-init at first boot. Then the system snapshoted and launched as a new instance.15:09
utlemmingmbiebl: no upgrade, wily native15:10
utlemmingmbiebl: it works just fine with 15.0415:10
nemoSo, I ran into a very confusing launchpad issue when trying to figure out the vmware-view smartcard authentication using vmware-view-open-client 4.5 package15:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1268770 in vmware-view-client (Ubuntu) "Error loading shared library for smart card authentication to server" [Undecided,New]15:17
nemoit was filed almost 2 years ago, and suggested a rather convoluted fix15:17
mbieblutlemming: please file a bug against cloud-init!15:17
utlemmingmbiebl: ack...should it be using nofail then?15:18
nemoboth (a) and (b) seem to boil down to "custom build of OpenSC"15:18
mbieblutlemming: yeah15:18
utlemmingmbiebl: thanks, will do15:18
nemoanyway. looks like vmware view open client is broken in ubuntu packaging - at least for smartcard auth, which is an increasingly common use-case (and non-optional here)15:18
nemogonna try that custom opensc build, but was hoping maybe there was some magic PPA or something ☺15:19
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pgquilesdoes ubuntu/canonical provide any facility to store specialized ubuntu flavors?17:32
pgquilestranslated into something meaningful: I've created an ISO of Wily with better support for Bay Trail-based computers and I cannot host 1.2 GB on my server without my ISP killing me17:33
pgquiles(new drivers, kernel 4.3 with a few patches, etc)17:34
jpdsIs there a reason you can't use the hardware enablement stack?17:35
jpdspgquiles: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack17:35
pgquilesjpds: multiple reasons: current ubuntu images won't boot on bay trail, so it's a bad start. Also my kernel includes a couple of patches of my own to get the nvram from uefi on broadcom network/bluetooth devices and to fix the clocksource. For the rest, the new drivers are packaged in my PPA.17:39
pgquilesnone of that is available from the LTS Enablement Stack, which is great otherwise17:40
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cyphermoxpgquiles: I think if booting on bay trail is the only requirement (for example, there aren't different packages you need for this and that aside from bay trail support), then you should ask on ubuntu-devel for an image that has the right kernel and bootloader bits. I'm not sure yet how we'd do to support that though18:11
cyphermoxwhat changes are you making to the stock image?18:11
pgquilescyphermox: speaking off the top of my head 32-bit efi loader, kernel 4.3 on wily with a couple of patches for better clock resolution and downloading the nvram in brcmfmac (instead of providing it as a device-specific .txt file), qf9700 driver, rtl8723bs drivers (wifi and bluetooth) and probably something else19:05
cyphermoxright, so bootloader and kernel19:05
pgquilesthe 32-bit efi is lp #1341944 and  lp #102555519:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1341944 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "32-Bit UEFI bootloader support needed" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/134194419:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1025555 in Ubuntu CD Images "Ubuntu i386 images (install media) cannot boot in UEFI mode" [Undecided,Won't fix] https://launchpad.net/bugs/102555519:06
pgquilesthe drivers are dkms-enabled packages, actually. Problem is if you don't have a network connection (which is what these drivers provide), you cannot install them from a PPA :-|19:08
pgquilescyphermox: oh, also new linux-firmware snapshot from kernel.org and new broadcom-sta proprietary driver (wl.ko)19:21
cyphermoxpgquiles: I can't really comment on kernel specifics, since I'm not really involved in doing kernel work19:22
pgquilescyphermox: I see. My question was more about hosting the ISO somewhere "decent" instead of using mega or alike.19:29
cyphermoxsure, but to do that we need to have the right things in the archive already.19:29
pgquilescyphermox: what do you mean? I'm not talking about an official ISO :-?19:34
smoserpitti, are you around ?19:49
smoserwonder if anyone else can help. i'm looking at open-iscsi and initramfs.19:49
smoserin ubuntu, we have for quite some time had https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/open-iscsi/+bug/72808819:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 728088 in open-iscsi (Ubuntu Oneiric) "iscsi root with or without auth fails to boot" [High,Fix released]19:51
smoserbasically something that stops the network device upon which the iscsi root is attached from getting bounced.19:51
smoserbut debian doesn't seem to have anything like that.19:51
smoserand i'm wondering how that is possible19:51
josephtsmoser: afaik there's an issue with open-iscsi and systemd19:53
smoserin ubuntu ? or in debian19:53
smoseralso, it looks (this is my first look at it) that there might be a systemd-initramfs path in debian19:53
josephtsmoser: I was looking at bug 1465196, but haven't made much progress yet19:55
ubottubug 1465196 in open-iscsi (Ubuntu) "open-iscsi init script creates dependency cycle with NetworkManager" [Medium,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/146519619:55
smoserthat must be dracut (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=787553)19:55
ubottuDebian bug 787553 in systemd "fails to boot with a dracut generated initramfs" [Grave,Fixed]19:55
smoseris debian moving away from initramfs-tools and towards dracut ?20:04
smoserhm... wondering outloud.21:04
smosershould /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules be in the initramfs ? if ip= is used, and network devicews are kept up (iscsi root) it would seem maybe it should21:04

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