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PurvikI am Purvik06:46
PurvikFrom India06:46
PurvikI want to work on opensourse development06:46
Purvikbut i am new because currntly i am in third sem of BE Computer Engg. so i didn't study os now but i self study something.06:48
Purvikso please guide me06:48
Purviki want to join os development06:48
Purvikmy email id is06:48
sladenPurvik: are there any programs you've used, and spotted a bug that is frustrating/annoying.  Perhaps that would be the place to start06:52
sladenPurvik: Ubuntu is made of lots of individual pieces, so picking and playing/experimenting with one small area is likely to be easier to get a handle on06:53
sladenPurvik: if you find a bug on a small program (start small), you can then  apt-get source programnamexyz  and trying poking/recompiling06:54
Purvikcan you please suggest me that how to start06:57
Purvikmeans any programme06:57
Purvikbecause i am not that much familier with linux06:58
Purvikso suggest me any program that how can i start for linux development programme06:59
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juliankIt seems that merging APT 1.1 will cause PPA building from recipes to fail: https://bugs.launchpad.net/launchpad/+bug/152082720:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1520827 in Launchpad itself "PPAs or recipes incompatible with APT 1.1: Passes -y to a command not supporting it" [Undecided,New]20:46
cjwatsonjuliank: buildrecipe uses "apt-get install -y lsb-release" and "apt-get build-dep -y --only-source <package>".  Do you know which it is?20:52
cjwatsonjuliank: And that seems like a reasonably alarming incompatibility - I think both those forms are quite commonplace?20:53
juliankcjwatson: Both work for me, so it must be something else20:53
cjwatsonjuliank: From the log, I think it must be the first of those20:54
juliankWell, install -y must work. It's used by the test suite.20:54
cjwatsonIt'll be passed through sudo, but surely that hasn't changed20:55
cjwatsonThe full command line will be   /usr/bin/sudo /usr/sbin/chroot <path to chroot> apt-get install -y lsb-release20:56
juliankcjwatson: And in fact, a previous build worked like that one: https://launchpad.net/~deity/+archive/ubuntu/sid/+build/835092020:57
juliankor rather that one: https://launchpad.net/~deity/+archive/ubuntu/sid/+recipebuild/102812520:57
juliankcjwatson: Maybe I should try reissuing the build?20:58
juliankMaybe some bits flipped in memory20:58
cjwatsonI suppose you can try, but it seems like a rather startling coincidence20:58
juliankWell, there were not many changes in APT between the two builds20:59
cjwatsonThe difference is from apt 1.1+2790~ubuntu15.10.1 to 1.1.1+2803~ubuntu16.04.120:59
cjwatsonAnyway, by all means retry, it's cheap20:59
* cjwatson logs this in the bug21:00
juliankcjwatson: One of those revisions added some weak symbol trickery for commandline parsing, maybe it causes a failure on Ubuntu because of -O3 vs -O2 on Debian.21:04
juliankPreviously the symbols were undefined and just defined in the main program21:05
cjwatsonjuliank: Where would -O3 come in?21:05
juliankcjwatson: Isn't that the default?21:05
cjwatsonjuliank: Only for ppc64el21:05
cjwatsonFor reasons21:05
cjwatsonTry in a xenial chroot with the apt that that recipe build is installing, I guess?21:06
juliankI'm glad I set up that PPA21:07
cjwatsonNice bit of QA21:09
juliankcjwatson: Yes, it's the install thing21:10
juliankcjwatson: I can verify that command-line parsing is completely broken now21:12
juliankNow trying to build21:13
juliankcjwatson: Hmm, I see that LDFLAGS contains -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions could that cause libapt-private to bind the uses of those weak symbols to the internal weak definitions instead of the strong ones?21:23
juliankOh no, mvo was working on exactly the same issue, but is not online anywhere21:33
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goddard1anyone know why a USB device config descriptor would have an array of 38 hex items?23:18
goddard1most documentation I read only has 8 items23:18
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juliankgoddard: Hey, it might take some time. Especially on a weekend...23:43

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