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mzanettiGuest74213, you want to wait an hour or two, update your system and try again09:07
mzanettiGuest74213, alternatively, check out lp:unity-api, build that yourself and install it09:08
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Guest74213mzanetti, thanks :D i think i'll wait o/09:22
SaviqGuest74213, as I wrote on the bug, new libunity-api-dev is available in xenial for almost a day now09:39
Saviqit might be your mirror is behind, might want to use archive.ubuntu.com directly in that case09:40
Guest74213Saviq, i have libunity-api-dev 7.103+16.04.20151125-0ubuntu1 installed09:41
Guest74213and i still can build09:41
SaviqGuest74213, owait, the correct unity-shell-application version is 11, when did you last pull?09:42
Guest74213Saviq, yesterday :D omg i'm so dumb, i'll pull again now09:43
Guest74213<--- dumb09:43
SaviqGuest74213, and you really want to fix your IRC client to keep your nick :P09:44
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pixel_done :D09:44
Saviqanyone else seeing a "diamond" character instead of "ff" in, say "affects" in Launchpad?09:46
Saviq/methinks saw it in Thunderbird, too09:46
Saviqthat's Firefox, btw09:46
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Saviqgreyback, bug #1521106, might be unity8/qtmir, too, as we're not suspending music app and keeping the wakelock, thus?09:48
ubot5bug 1521106 in Ubuntu Music App "ubuntu touch: music app is draining battery" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152110609:48
davmor2Saviq: might not be music app but might be media-hub as it had a partial update for background music playback that got complete recently iirc09:49
Saviqdavmor2, right, pause != interrupt playback09:50
Saviqwonder if not ever starting playback has the same effect09:50
davmor2Saviq: so I just opened the music app and it now holds a queue of what was previously played so that is effectively media-hub queued ready to play09:53
pixel_Saviq, it's building now :D -- checking for module 'unity-shell-application=11'09:53
pixel_--   found unity-shell-application, version 1109:53
Saviqdavmor2, right, but ready to play != pipeline all set up09:54
Saviqpixel_, glad09:54
davmor2Saviq: this is true09:55
davmor2Saviq: I'd bring it up with ahayzen and jhodapp too before you dig into it too far in case it is their end09:56
Saviqdavmor2, ack, tx10:00
cimitsdgeos, hola!10:04
greybackSaviq: hey, yeah, there was a similar bug that I investigated a bit & commented upon, lemme find it10:04
tsdgeoscimi: hi ho10:05
greybackSaviq: https://bugs.launchpad.net/music-app/+bug/151876410:05
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1518764 in qtmir (Ubuntu) "Music app high power consumption" [Undecided,Confirmed]10:05
* greyback marking duplicate10:05
cimitsdgeos, I was wondering if there is a branch has priority to be tested/reviewed so I can jump on in10:05
Saviqgreyback, tx10:05
tsdgeoscimi: not really, the missing branches are either filters branches but still somehow blocked on the "can't open" bug10:08
popeyI notice the ubuntu shape now has a shadow outside rather than inside in the app scope,  but still has the old internal shadow in the list of scopes pulled up from the bottom... http://people.canonical.com/~alan/screenshots/device-2015-11-30-100402.png10:17
popeyis this known - and in progress - or a bug?10:17
mzanettiSaviq, why did you reopen this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity8/+bug/151096910:17
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1510969 in unity8 (Ubuntu) "Windows cannot be resized near screen edges" [High,Triaged]10:17
mzanettiseems fixed to me10:17
Saviqmzanetti, tried when testing silo 5 and couldn't resize when 1-2px from the edge10:18
mzanettiSaviq, hmm... should work... kk, will test10:18
mzanettipopey, dunno. design instructed us to change it for the app icons, but no other shapes are affected10:19
mzanettipopey, you might want to file a bug to ubuntu-ux about it if you think it's wrong10:19
popeydunno if it's wrong but it's inconsistent10:20
popeyall the scopes have the old one too10:20
popeyso swipe side to side and the difference is obvious10:20
mzanettiyes. only the app icons have the new one10:20
* popey files a bug10:20
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1521130 in Ubuntu UX "New shadow placement is inconsistent" [Undecided,New]10:24
tsdgeosmzanetti: any reason https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/unity8/cleanup_assets/+merge/278340 not top approved?10:41
mzanettitsdgeos, hmm, not that I know of10:42
mzanettiI wonder if I forgot or if someone change it back10:43
mzanettiSaviq, is there a way to ignore ofono's "start" action in the postinstall stuff?10:54
mzanettiif I want to have unity8 installed, it pulls ofono10:54
mzanettiand that messes up whole dpkg10:54
tsdgeosmzanetti: just touch the init.d file it wants10:56
tsdgeostouch /etc/init.d/ofono10:56
tsdgeosyes, the packaging can be probably improved to not die because of that :D10:56
mzanettitsdgeos, hmm.. doesn't seem to help10:57
tsdgeosit did help here10:57
tsdgeoswhat error do you get?10:57
mzanettiNov 30 11:57:11 Shadow systemd[1]: ofono.service: main process exited, code=killed, status=11/SEGV10:58
tsdgeosah, that's not what i was getting10:58
tsdgeosi was getting apt complain about /etc/init.d/ofono not existing and not being able to start the thing10:58
mzanettialso it seems wrong that we have a hard dependency on ofono10:59
tsdgeoslarsu: there?11:02
Saviqmzanetti, well, we should not be pulling in ofono, that's for sure... but we do through indicator-network11:02
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1521142 in indicator-network (Ubuntu) "Dependency on ofono should be optional" [High,New]11:03
mzanettiI know11:03
Saviqas well as some other things, /me never had that problem with ofono though11:03
Saviqmight be because I had it installed before systemd or something11:03
mzanettiI think the only issue is that since a recent upgrade it fails to start with a SEGV11:04
mzanettiand the startup script wants it to work11:04
mzanettiso it exits with error now11:04
mzanettileaving about 15 packages unconfigured here11:04
mzanettiinteresting that it says this on my laptop:  ofonod[8671]: RILDEV detected modem type ril, 1 SIM slot(s)11:06
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mzanettiSaviq, ok, about that bug from before with resizing. I have a suspicion that the new DDA on the right is eating the hower events11:11
mzanettidifferent bug... will clean up the reports11:12
tsdgeoslarsu: if you have some time to have a look at https://code.launchpad.net/~aacid/gsettings-qt/disconnect_signal_handler/+merge/278947 it'd be great11:13
Saviqmzanetti, well, same bug, different cause ;)11:29
mzanettiSaviq, not really... the bug says: "resizing something next to the edges invokes the spread"11:30
mzanettii.e. you can now resize something *to* the edge, which wasn't really possible before11:31
mzanettior well, would invoke the spread and cancel the drag operation11:31
Saviqmzanetti, ack11:31
Saviqmzanetti, I misinterpreted the bug title then11:32
larsutsdgeos: done, thanks11:33
tsdgeoslarsu: yeah i found it weird too, but i guess valgrind would not be lying there11:35
larsutsdgeos: probably gsettings holding a ref to itself in an idle or so to clean stuff up11:35
larsuno, valgrind seems right to me11:35
vitimitiI'm trying to build and run the Unity 8 shell following this tutorial over here: https://unity.ubuntu.com/getinvolved/development/unity8/ but I get an initctl error saying the unity8 process is unknown: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13573548/ Somebody knows how to fix this problem?11:46
mzanettivitimiti, try "stop unity8" first11:47
vitimitimzanetti, it says "Impossible connecting to Upstar: Failed to connect to socket /com/ubuntu/upstart: Refused connection11:48
vitimiti(I'm roughly translating from Spanish)11:49
mzanettitsdgeos, this was working for you some weeks ago, right? ^11:49
mzanettivitimiti, you can also do this "make -c builddir tryShell"11:50
mzanettishould give you the same result roughly as run.sh11:50
vitimitiLet me try that11:50
tsdgeosmzanetti: it may happen that you need to have unity8 installed for that to work11:50
tsdgeosnot sure tbh11:50
mzanettitsdgeos, in his case it says it would be running already11:51
vitimitiNo rule to make target, it said :I11:51
mzanettiyou did build it, did you?11:51
vitimitiI have unity8 installed in LXC11:51
vitimitiYeah, it is built11:51
mzanetticd builddir && make tryShell11:51
vitimitiI'm sorry, my laptop got disconnected from the A/C11:55
vitimitiI built the unity8 shell with the ./build.sh script11:56
vitimitimzanetti, ^11:56
mzanetticd builddir && make tryShell11:57
Saviqvitimiti, it looks as if your upstart user session is not running, what's your environment?11:57
vitimitiSaviq, I'm using Unity 7 in Ubuntu Xenial11:57
Saviqvitimiti, any chance your terminal has stale env vars? tried restarting it?11:57
vitimitimzanetti, that target has no rules, it says11:58
vitimitiSaviq, no, I have never touched my terminal's variables, but just in case, how do I restart it?11:58
mzanettisomething's wrong with your build11:58
vitimitiShould I try build --clean?11:59
Saviqvitimiti, just close the terminal and start again12:00
vitimitiOh, then that's not the problem12:00
vitimitiI have installed unity8 natively and now it's asking for a reboot, just in case that's why initctl is failing12:02
vitimitiI will reboot12:02
Saviqvitimiti, how's `initctl --session list` look?12:02
vitimitiSaviq, that one does show unity8 stop/waiting12:02
Saviqvitimiti, try rebooting indeed, might be your upstart went awry12:03
vitimitiI will wait for the rebuild and then reboot and see what happens12:03
vitimitiNow it does work12:42
vitimitiThank you guys12:42
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mzanettigreyback, hey, are you running xenial?13:24
greybackmzanetti: not on the machine I have with me atm unfortunately13:26
mzanettigreyback, just upgraded my notebook, obviously wifi is gone13:26
greybackmzanetti: d'oh :(13:26
mzanettiand the bcmwl-kernel-source package seems not to exist any more at all now13:26
mzanettib43 only gets me b/g13:27
mzanettigreyback, did you port that driver to 3.15 back then?13:43
mzanettiphew... works with 3.19 still13:46
mzanettiand I still had that kernel around13:47
greybackmzanetti: I guess our kernel guys will forward port the driver eventually13:47
mzanettigreyback, probably not, no13:48
mzanettigreyback, remember, bcm upstream dropped support for our chip13:48
mzanettiso all we will get is the broken version that can't do stable13:49
mzanettianyhow... xenial + downgrade to kernel 3.19 + the patched bcmwl-kernel-source package seems to do...13:50
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greybackmzanetti: did they? b*stards!13:54
davmor2greyback: is that only dawning on you now ;)14:01
davmor2greyback: sorry /me gets hit by it too often testing iso images and seeing how broken they can be14:02
greybackdavmor2: *nod* they caused me enough pain to forward port an older version of the driver, just to get something that mostly works14:03
mzanettiTrevinho, hey, just upgraded to vivid. great to see a normal sized mouse cursor :)14:22
mzanettierm, xenial14:22
mzanettiTrevinho, the count emblem seems a bit off tho14:22
Trevinhomzanetti: yeah, cursors are now dynamic.. Finally. Also theme-side :-)14:23
Trevinhomzanetti: count emblem has not been changed, but it used to be in some cases in the past as well14:23
Trevinhoit's a thing that should be fixed... It's just few px of offset I guess14:23
Trevinhoah, I was about to ask14:23
Trevinhooh... That14:23
TrevinhoMh, no never saw14:23
mzanettisame in the launcher14:23
Trevinhothat's with scaling14:23
Trevinhoso... Maybe I didn't take in consideration something14:24
Trevinhomzanetti: wasn't it before, right?14:24
mzanettiwas fine on vivid, yes14:24
mzanettiI skipped wily14:24
Trevinhoas that code hasn't changed since trusty I think14:24
mzanettiTrevinho, the external screen is still unusable :( think that will be fixed at some point?14:25
mzanettifunny thing is, that the top panel actually has the correct size14:25
mzanettibut all the other stuff is huge14:26
mzanettiSaviq, hmpf... can you install unity8 on wily?14:35
mzanettigna... xenial14:35
davmor2mzanetti: because it hates you14:35
mzanettiwants libhybris14:36
mzanettigah I hate that indicator-network14:36
davmor2mzanetti: also welcome to how the hell were people testing on xenial when they said they had ;)14:36
mzanettiI never said I tested on xenial14:37
mzanettiand well, flashing the phone to xenial might be easier14:37
Saviqmzanetti, I am on xenial and everything's fine, I did upgrade however, "new install" path might be different14:38
mzanettiI wonder if I can downgrade to vivid again...14:38
mzanettiI did upgrade too14:38
mzanettiSaviq, for me it wants to install libhybris14:38
mzanettiand that well, doesn't want to be installed on amd6414:38
Saviqnot a problem I don't think14:38
* Saviq has libhybris installed14:39
mzanetti libhybris : Depends: libandroid-properties1 (= 0.1.0+git20131207+e452e83-0ubuntu40~gcc5.1) but 0.1.0+git20151016+6d424c9-0ubuntu2 is to be installed14:39
Saviqjust means you have the *wrong* libhybris to install14:39
Saviqjust install libandroid-properties1=0.1.0...14:39
Saviqlikely some PPA you have enabled14:40
Saviqor, had14:40
Saviqmzanetti, not sure where you have the older libandroid-properties1 from, but I'd say you also have some package pinning going on, check /etc/apt/preferences.d14:42
mzanettiyeah... making some progress now14:43
Saviqmzanetti, you probably didn't purge stable-phone-overlay before upgrading to xenial?14:43
mzanettinope, I didn't14:43
mzanettithought as we dual land all of it should be the same14:44
mzanettibut with higher version14:44
mzanettianyhow... looking better now14:44
mzanettiwow, saw this for the first time: 502  Server Hangup14:45
Saviqmzanetti, "we" is the deciding factor here14:45
mzanettiSaviq, I thought it the second I typed it :D14:46
Trevinhomzanetti: I'm sorry, I missed your request :)14:52
Trevinhomzanetti: external screen... Well the shell should work fine per monitor14:52
Trevinhomzanetti: the problems are the apps, which don't support to be scaled per screen14:52
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mterry@unity is anyone else running xenial seeing an "SSL connection error" message in chromium on google.com domains after updating your system?  -- also, if this is a real problem: beware of updating your system  :)16:12
mzanettimterry, just updated today16:13
mzanettihave not seen this issue on our hangout before16:13
mterrymzanetti, so you can go to google.com just fine?16:13
mzanettiseems you've got a man in the middle there ;)16:14
mterrymzanetti, :-/  well on the plus side it's only me.  On the down side, it's only me and I have to figure it out16:15
tsdgeoscimi: https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-sdk-team/ubuntu-ui-toolkit/focusPassesFromChildToParent/+merge/277962 seems to fix the bug16:38
cimitsdgeos, great!16:39
tsdgeosyou should be able to use http://jenkins.qa.ubuntu.com/job/ubuntu-sdk-team-ubuntu-ui-toolkit-staging-vivid-armhf-ci/1276/artifact/work/output/*zip*/output.zip to test while we wait for it to land on the overlay16:39
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