mupPR snapd#1565 opened: interfaces: also allow rfkill in network_control <Created by lpotter> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1565>00:06
mupPR snapd#1566 opened: network-observe: read perms for network devices <Created by jaymell> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1566>02:38
mwhudsonwhy might running a command from a snap fail with03:53
mwhudson"cannot mind mount /media to /tmp/snap.rootfs_blah/media. errmsg: Permission denied" ?03:54
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qenghomwhudson: hrm, anything in "dmesg" around that time?04:55
dholbachgood morning05:25
gdwhello, I would like to have some infos on how to manage license keys from the Ubuntu Store in a snap package. Thanks05:57
mupPR snapd#1564 closed: snap/squashfs: fix test not to hardcode snap size <Created by zyga> <Merged by chipaca> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1564>06:21
mupPR snapd#1567 opened: store: small cleanups (more needed) <Created by chipaca> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1567>06:26
qenghoIs it my imagination, or is snapcraft's  organize:  not idempotent?06:45
mupPR snapd#1568 opened: Enable SNAPPY_STORE_AUTH_DATA_FILENAME override for client auth data <Created by absoludity> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1568>06:54
mikenThanks mvo. Is discussion for PRs here or on telegram?07:04
dz0nyqengho: you mean build?07:30
dz0nyif that's the case yes07:30
dz0nythe problem is that it uses host ost instead ubuntu-core as base07:31
dholbachcan somebody respond to the last question in https://github.com/ubuntu/snappy-playpen/issues/145?07:31
dholbachpbek seems to have quite a few issues with his snap07:31
dz0nya had all sorts of problems with linking07:31
ratliffcwayne: snapcraft --version = 2.12.1 and I just did a git clone from the repo and tried to build the demos. the busybox snap works but the plainbox-test-tool doesn't07:47
ratliffI was looking for a working demo of plugins07:48
qenghoratliff: "doesn't work" isn't enough to comment about.07:49
ratliffqengho: this is a continuation of an earlier discussion where I described exactly what "doesn't work"07:51
ratliffqengho: 15:12 < ratliff> plainbox-test-tool in the demos section of https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft errors out with "Issue while loading plugin: unknown plugin: plainbox-provider" after I issue the snapcraft command07:51
ratliffqengho: 17:19 < cwayne> ratliff: zyga: which version of snapcraft were you running? it hasn't been included in a release yet afaik07:52
mupPR snapd#1560 closed: Drop warning about 2.0 API being different - we're already 2.0! <Created by robert-ancell> <Merged by chipaca> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1560>07:57
mupPR snapd#1569 opened: Drop license documentation and error kind - this has not been implemented <Created by robert-ancell> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1569>08:05
dpmpstolowski, moved your session, please re-check the schedule08:26
dpmpstolowski, I had to schedule it after the break08:26
magicaltrouthello fine people08:47
magicaltrouttrying to write a first snap08:47
magicaltroutif I want to get a remote zip file and just extract and use it as a part08:47
magicaltrouta) can i08:47
magicaltroutb) what plugin?08:48
tsimonq2elopio: I just fixed the two bugs you reported! \o/08:50
tsimonq2elopio: snapcraft#66708:50
mupPR snapcraft#667: Fix two typos in `snapcraft help sources` and `snapcraft help plugins` respectively <Created by tsimonq2> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/667>08:50
mupPR snapcraft#667 opened: Fix two typos in `snapcraft help sources` and `snapcraft help plugins` respectively <Created by tsimonq2> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/667>08:50
tsimonq2ha ha08:50
qenghomagicaltrout: Use it how?08:51
dholbachmagicaltrout, yes you can - just use the .zip url in source: and use whatever plugin you need to build/copy08:52
magicaltroutyeah so i was just looking at the copy plugin08:52
magicaltroutif I don't want to compile anything just unzip and use it08:52
magicaltroutdoes that sound like the right path?08:52
dholbachyes, that sounds good08:52
dholbachmagicaltrout, take a look at https://github.com/ubuntu/snappy-playpen/blob/master/jtiledownloader/snapcraft.yaml09:03
magicaltroutooh thanks dholbach09:03
magicaltrouti was leaching the idea playpen example09:03
magicaltroutbut this one is better09:03
dholbachI just used "git grep" to find if there was something for you :)09:04
magicaltrouti should probably search harder :)09:04
magicaltroutokay dholbach, currently I have https://gist.github.com/anonymous/9fe1e674f4c2a35b4b4091ef149a6856 whilst testing this stuff09:08
magicaltroutyour example doesn't unzip the file, yet I assume this happens at some point09:08
dpmhey robert_ancell, we had to reshuffle the schedule (surprise!) - can you join us for the app indicator support for desktop apps session at 11:45?09:09
magicaltroutmy pdi file is copied in  (I guess thats what I can see in prime) but isn't extracted and the command thing fails09:09
robert_ancelldpm, sure09:09
qenghoMy snapped Qt app wants to load theme images. "QML QQuickImage: Failed to get image from provider: image://theme/list-add". I see prime/usr/share/icons/Humanity/actions/48[[et al.]]/list-add.svg   What gives?09:10
dpmrobert_ancell, thanks, nothing like pinging you and then bumping into you on the main room :)09:11
qenghomagicaltrout: we only extract  source:  lines. If you say "file", you get a file.09:13
magicaltroutah right09:14
magicaltroutthanks qengho09:14
magicaltroutoh wow it built and nearly worked and everything09:20
dholbachyeehaw :)09:21
qenghomagicaltrout: We're working on that last 2%. It's kind of tough.09:25
magicaltroutno problem qengho! I'm just hacking around. (Full disclsure for anyone in Heidelberg I was the random guy asking about Java apps in the meeting this morning)09:27
qenghomagicaltrout: I'm not in Heidelberg, but I wish I was. I bet it's fun on the Neckar.09:30
magicaltroutits warm :)09:30
ogra_very warm09:30
magicaltrouti'm  used to english weather where high summer is about 17 C ;)09:30
qenghomagicaltrout: that's what radler is for.09:31
magicaltroutqengho: you're like a mind reader09:31
magicaltroutok other random question09:40
magicaltrouti stole the launcher script from that examaple and munged it up a bit09:41
magicaltroutthe command in the example is bin/launcher09:41
magicaltrouthow do I make sure the exec bit is set?09:41
magicaltroutbecause in prime mine isn't09:41
magicaltrouthmm maybe i need to clean to make sure the file is updated09:42
qenghomagicaltrout: hmm. That's hard. Can you run  bin/sh $SNAP/bin/launcher  instead?09:42
magicaltrouti could, but I was curious to know why the playpen one didn't09:43
magicaltroutbut it may just be that my build didn't detect the +x and didn't replace the file09:43
dholbachmagicaltrout, what kind of app are you working on right now? is it anything to do with qt or gtk or java or anything else?09:43
qenghomagicaltrout: bzr and git store the x bit. snapcraft preserves it. Yeah, it might be that snapcraft doesn't see that as a change to apply when updating.09:43
magicaltroutdholbach: java app, uses swing so I guess leverages gtk as well09:44
magicaltroutyeah qengho snapcraft clean solved it09:45
dholbachso that example wasn't too far off :)09:45
* qengho yells at Qt snap not using humanity theme.09:45
magicaltroutabsolutely spot on dholbach, I picked idea cause I knew it was java based, but this one is much better09:45
magicaltrouti have a bit of a plan once i have an idea of how it works to build a maven plugin to auto generate snapcraft.yaml from a pom definition, so that Java developers don't have to rebuild their build routine or do anything too weird to get onboard with snaps09:47
magicaltroutwe do similar with a spotify plugin for docker where you define the dockerfile in a maven pom and have it run as the last step in the chain09:48
qenghomagicaltrout, you are a madman. An awesome, awesome madman.09:49
magicaltroutwell if you're trying to get traction, telling people they need to rearrange their build process to add some random bash script to the end is normally a big turn off09:50
magicaltroutso if I can write a maven plugin that creates the yaml and any other resources, that users can then implement inside their existing maven builds, thats a much cleaner way for people to integrate with snaps (if you're a maven user)09:50
magicaltroutespecially when people already have their CI systems, build processes in place and working09:51
magicaltroutreally need something to eat and drink.... refuse to leave my laptop until it at least boots.....09:55
magicaltroutargh the thirst09:55
magicaltroutwe're getting somewhere10:02
magicaltroutit tried to load a lib from my user home directory10:03
magicaltroutbut I get permission denied errors10:03
magicaltroutI guess more than anything whats best practice there? I'm not entirely sure how the lib got there in the first place, I suspect the java app probably populates the folder when it can't find the files10:04
magicaltrout/home/bugg/.swt/lib/linux/x86_64/libswt-gtk-4332.so: /home/bugg/.swt/lib/linux/x86_64/libswt-gtk-4332.so: cannot open shared object file: Permission denied10:05
dholbachhum... I've never seen ~/.swt10:11
dholbachbut I'm not an expert10:11
magicaltroutyeah its dumped in by the app10:11
magicaltroutif it can't find the lib it will put it in ~/.swt for you10:11
magicaltroutbut the app launcher clearly can't read/open it10:12
qenghomagicaltrout: find out what environment variable lets it know anything about /home/bugg/ . Whatever provided that should be set to something like $SNAP_USER_DATA anyway.10:12
magicaltroutokay qengho10:13
mupPR snapcraft#668 opened: Add exception for `tar-content` in `snapcraft help` <Created by tsimonq2> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/668>10:17
trijntje_magicaltrout: I had a similar problem when an app wanted to put stuf in home, I solved it by adding "java -Duser.home=$SNAP_USER_DATA" to the wrapper10:18
qenghoah yeah! ^^10:19
qenghomagicaltrout: after that, it works.10:20
qenghomodulo font problems.10:20
tsimonq2thanks a ton for merging sergiusens :)10:21
mupPR snapcraft#667 closed: Fix four typos in `snapcraft help` <Created by tsimonq2> <Merged by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/667>10:23
mupPR snapcraft#655 closed: Gradle plugin fix for command invocation <Created by ZenHarbinger> <Merged by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/655>10:29
flexiondotorgdpm, didrocks ^^10:32
mupPR snapcraft#669 opened: Add detection for an existing `.snapcraft.yaml` file before running `snapcraft init` <Created by tsimonq2> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/669>10:32
mupBug #1604346 opened: snapd apparmor tests fail on ArchLinux <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1604346>10:34
timothyzyga: :P10:34
magicaltroutit works and everything10:40
magicaltroutthanks for the tip trijntje_10:40
magicaltroutno i need to understand what i've done10:42
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magicaltroutso it looks cool, I have a usabilty question (the answer is probably just: tough) https://ibin.co/2oaQDoBG8hXt.png10:48
magicaltroutI've given the snap access to home10:48
magicaltroutbut the file browser doesn't make it obvious to users that they'd have to find their way there10:49
magicaltroutalso if a user clicks on file system is just throws an error because there is no access10:49
magicaltroutanyone seen this or is this just a feature I've "introduced"? ;)10:49
magicaltroutif I force it to go to /home/bugg10:49
magicaltroutit renders my home just fine10:50
cwayneratliff: im not able to reproduce on a fresh pull of snapcraft on my xenial system, let me try and poke around10:55
cwaynezyga: ^10:55
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mupBug #1604356 opened: symlink creation over and over on install, creates file too long situation <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1604356>10:58
magicaltroutso here's what i'm thinking (a rough draft)11:05
magicaltroutsomething like that  in a maven pom11:05
magicaltroutto build the yaml11:05
trijntje_magicaltrout: congrats on the working snap11:05
magicaltroutand then have it call snapcraft afterwards11:05
trijntje_and I also have the same concern about the usability regarding $HOME. But I'd guess there should be a way to start file dialogs in HOME11:07
magicaltroutnot just me then!11:11
thurstoni got my snap working!  however I'd like to make it create a launcher,  not just run from the command line.   is there a tutorial for that?11:30
dholbachset up a setup/gui directory, like https://github.com/ubuntu/snappy-playpen/tree/master/qcomicbook/setup/gui11:31
thurstonah,  i have the icon file there,  just no .desktop....thanks!11:34
draglyIs it possible to package QML apps using the latest version of snappy? I had some trouble a couple of months ago because I couldn't access OpenGL, X or similar in a way that worked with snappy.11:35
mupPR snapcraft#666 closed: Allow / in parts <Created by sergiusens> <Merged by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/666>11:38
balloonsjdstrand, got a minute to help explain getting through apparmor errors on a new snap?11:39
dholbachthurston, I added it to askubuntu - feel free to comment/edit: http://askubuntu.com/questions/800437/how-can-i-create-a-menu-entry-for-my-snap11:40
balloonsdragly, absolutely. The core apps are written with qml and snap up.11:40
dholbachdragly, that's possible - check out https://github.com/ubuntu/snappy-playpen/tree/master/ubuntu-clock-app11:40
draglyballoons: Great, thanks! I'll try my app again. I remember I had issues with the clock app as well, so if that works, I should be all set :)11:41
mupPR snapd#1570 opened: snapstate: remove artifacts from a snap try dir that vanished <Created by mvo5> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1570>11:52
thurstonwoohoo!  i finished my snap!  dholbach thanks for all your help yesterday and today!11:55
dholbachthurston, great work - which snap did you work on?11:56
thurstonmy own dice rolling app.    there aren't any dice rollers for linux except for a command line one.  so i made one that works totally cross platform11:56
thurstonand has a gui11:56
dholbachthurston, did you upload it to the store already?11:57
thurstonnot yet...checking that out now.   i don't have a license for it yet....its not necessarily open source,  what license should i use?11:57
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mupPR snapd#1571 opened: tests: add network-observe interface spread test <Created by fgimenez> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1571>12:07
thurstonare there license requirements for snaps?12:22
dholbachhttps://myapps.developer.ubuntu.com/dev/tos/ for uploading them to the store12:23
mupPR snapcraft#670 opened: Remove .la files generated by autotools <Created by robert-ancell> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/670>12:23
ogra_thurston, well, it is kind of expected that you are allowed to redistribute whatever you upload12:24
ogra_beyond that there are no reqs.12:24
thurstonyeah,  i'm just wondering about my situation.  because i made my app in a game engine that only spits out a single binary.   I don't think the source code is actually visible12:27
thurstonas a side note,  i've already published my app on google play store.... does that matter?12:29
mupPR snapcraft#671 opened: Add initial snapcraft manpage <Created by tsimonq2> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/671>12:29
thurstonwait, do i even need to include a license?12:48
ogra_well, whatever your upstream requires from you ...12:49
ogra_their license should define what you can and should do when you distribute it12:49
thurstonwell Godot is MIT licensed, and thus anything made with it can be relicensed any way the creator wants12:50
ogra_then i would just include their license file12:50
mupPR snapd#1567 closed: store: small cleanups (more needed) <Created by chipaca> <Merged by mvo5> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1567>13:10
thurstongreat,  got it.  CC-BY-SA 4.0 is perfect.   so now i'll publish13:17
dholbachgo go go! :)13:18
thurstonuploading now13:20
thurstonthis is so much easier than dealing with .deb13:22
qenghoupload dance13:23
thurstonk its uploaded13:23
thurstonnow whatt?13:23
ogra_wait til the utomated tests finished13:24
ogra_then click publish13:24
dholbachyou might have to choose a channel for it too13:27
dholbachbut I think that's just on first upload(?)13:28
ogra_yeah ...13:29
thurstonk,  says its published13:33
ogra_how is it called ??13:34
ogra_ogra@styx:~/Devel/packages/snaps$ snap find rpgdiceroller13:35
ogra_Name           Version  Developer    Notes  Summary13:35
ogra_rpgdiceroller  1.7      quality-mix  -      A dice roller with simple GUI13:35
thurstonnow that i know that works,  i'll be able to publish my games via snaps13:37
mupPR snapd#1522 closed: Introduce a simple key-value store for user-specific data <Created by stevenwilkin> <Closed by mvo5> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1522>13:51
thurstonthanks for your help everyone13:58
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sergiusenschrisatlee hey, what is the story behind firefox plugins14:38
chrisatleesergiusens: they're installed into the users profile directory14:39
chrisatleeSo they should work OK14:41
chrisatleeI suppose some may need different permissions...14:43
sergiusenschrisatlee great, that is one less worry14:45
mupPR snapcraft#665 closed: Update broken links to https://snapcraft.io <Created by nottrobin> <Merged by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/665>14:47
chrisatleesergiusens: There are some plugins that want to run commands that read stuff from your homedir for instance....those will probably break14:49
msvb-labA little lost (sorry) but I'm looking for some official collaboration from Canonical for a few forthcoming educational events, workshops. Anyone know who the contact would be for embedded/IoT snappy education?15:00
msvb-labSeems the role of community manager has not been filled since Jono?15:00
ogra_it sure has ...15:01
ali1234msvb-lab: there is a community team instead now15:04
msvb-labali1234: Are they reachable in Launchpad or an IRC channel?15:04
ogra_yeah ... theyy went from dictatorship to democracy ;)15:05
zygatyhicks: hey15:06
zygatyhicks: can you please tell me what is the apparmor syntax for symlinks?15:06
ali1234you can also ask them difficult and annoying questions on thursday afternoons i think, when they do a live stream15:06
ogra_(and yes, what ali1234 pointed to ... )15:07
ali1234the canonical team is the one you want15:07
mupPR snapcraft#672 opened: Capture the correct exception when not being able to decode json <Created by sergiusens> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/672>15:17
Croephaprotip: if you want to try out customizing ubuntu-core base image without having to build a new flash image, you can just mount over what you want to edit with tmpfs15:40
ogra_works also for application snaps15:44
ogra_just bind mount the changed file on top15:44
Croephais there a way for ubuntu-device-flash to copy from a directory and preload stuff onto the writable partition?15:47
Croephaactually, i shouldn't say partition, because there is only /one/ partition, but i mean the writable fs15:47
ogra_not yet ... everything is changing and cloud.init will be able to do such stuff (that you have to define in the gadget snap)15:48
Croephahmm, im probably not understanding (im not exactly sure what a gadget snap is), but the point of putting it into writable, was that it wouldn't actually be in a snap, so it could be edited later15:49
Croephabut probably cloud-init could do that too15:50
Croephaoh, do you mean, that it would get copied out of a snap and put onto writable by cloud-init ?15:51
gustavopadreHi guys, I'm wondering why telegram-sergiusens is not showing up anymore in terminal "snap find", I got to install with sudo snap install but can't find in snap find15:53
ogra_Croepha, exactly15:57
ogra_ogra@styx:~/Devel/packages/snaps/jTileDownloader$ snap find telegram-sergiusens|grep ^tele15:58
ogra_telegram-sergiusens  0.9.49      sergiusens  -      Telegram desktop client15:58
ogra_i can find it here15:58
gustavopadreogra_, taskwarrior-plars          2.5.1-1                    pwlars                -        feature-rich console based todo list manager16:00
gustavopadreteatime                    16.04                      paroj                 -        Simple egg timer application for the Unity Desktop16:00
gustavopadretest-snapd-tools           1.0                        canonical             -        Tools for testing the snapd application16:00
gustavopadretio                        1.20                       lundmar               -        A simple TTY terminal I/O application16:00
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gustavopadrethose are the only listed "T" here in snap find =[16:00
ogra_that is what you get when you search for telegram-sergiusens ?16:00
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gustavopadreusing your command I find your result16:01
gustavopadreusing only snap find I don't16:01
ogra_because that is limited to 100 lines16:01
ogra_and there are farm more than 100 snaps now16:01
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ogra_*far more16:01
gustavopadreOh, that's sad, I wish I could find all just by doing snap find, and it serves as good propaganda to the number of packages16:04
popeymsvb-lab: hello. feel free to drop me a mail - popey@ubuntu.com16:04
ogra_try that instead :)16:05
gustavopadreogra_, thanks16:05
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ali1234hey i just thought of something16:29
ali1234if, in the future, i run snapcraft on ubuntu 16.10, does that mean i can build snaps using packages newer than the ones in 16.04, that will work on 16.04?16:30
ali1234without having to go to the trouble of building all the stuff manually?16:30
mupPR snapd#1572 opened: interfaces: add bluetooth-control interfaces <Created by morphis> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/1572>16:45
mupPR snapcraft#673 opened: Updating styling and examples for `snapcraft init` in lifecycle.py <Created by wandrewkeech> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/673>17:30
thurstoni can't seem to get my snap to run on my desktop....  i can't tell why.  it uses different video drivers, but I didn't think that mattered?18:21
Croephawhat are the files you get from ubuntu_device_flash query? are they the default options to core for os and gadget snap?19:25
Croephaso, if I need to customize the OS snap, does snapd know to not get updates?20:57
wililupyI'm assuming the first partition in Ubuntu-Core that is labeled "grub" if the EFI partition?21:06
Croephaon my system the second partition is efi21:07
Croephathe first is a 4M partition called BIOS boot21:07
Croephanot sure what that is21:07
wililupyI just ran blkid against my ubuntu-core image and I see 3 partitions labeled p1 grub p2 system-boot and p3 writable21:09
Croephahmm maybe its because im on 1621:10
wililupyCroepha, I am as well. I just built my image today with ubuntu-device-flash21:10
wililupyI'm trying to flash my network device which uses UEFI booting only, but when it tries to update the grub.cfg to point to /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg, it doesn't see the path.21:12
Croephaif it does a scan it should pick it up automatically, im booting off of efi21:15
Croephawhat do you mean by network device? are you netbooting?21:15
wililupyI am flashing ubuntu-core onto a network switch.21:16
Croephaim not sure I can help21:17
Croephaall i can say is that efi on a PC works21:17
wililupyI can get it to write to the device, but when it goes to update grub so that I can still load the diagnostic partitions on the device it fails becuase it cannot see my /boot/efi/EFI/BOOT/grubx64.efi21:17
Croephawhen you load the efi shell, can you search around for it?21:18
Croephatry to load it manually21:18
wililupyI think I figured it out. My script to convert the image to ONIE does not understand the EFI partition.21:19
ali1234i think i am finally getting somewhere with getting a working Qt eglfs on ubuntu22:23
ali1234i found the landing ppa for qt 5.6 on xenial... i have the videocore ppa... i know how to modify the qmake.conf so it uses the right EGL libraries22:24
ali1234so it should be a matter of putting everything in a ppa and waiting22:24
MrMcaustin1I need help with getting past the rainbow screen on a raspberry pi22:40
MrMcaustin1Any help?22:41
ali1234insert a correct sd card22:41
magicaltrouteveryone loves a rainbow22:41
MrMcaustin1What do you mean by correct sd card? I have the sd card with snasppy on it22:41
ali1234rainbow screen means the pi cannot understand what is on your sd card22:42
MrMcaustin1So what do I do? :P22:42
magicaltrout 23:33  ali1234| insert a correct sd card22:42
ali1234tell us what you did22:43
ali1234what version of raspberry pi22:43
ali1234what version of snappy22:43
ali1234how did you make the sd card22:43
MrMcaustin1First generation of raspberry pi B22:43
ali1234well there is your problem22:43
ali1234ubuntu won't run on that22:43
ali1234you need a 2B or 3B22:43
MrMcaustin1Okay thanks :)22:43
mupBug #1604619 opened: ubuntu-fan keeps wifi from starting properly <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1604619>23:33
mupBug #1604619 changed: ubuntu-fan keeps wifi from starting properly <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1604619>23:45
thurstonany help in tracking down a bug?23:56

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