goddardcan you get a library for a snap package that isn't in the repo02:26
goddardit was in 14.04 but 16.04 has an upgraded library that isn't compatable02:26
sarnoldgoddard: probably #snappy is going to be more active02:27
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pittinacc: not serious, germinate just ignores it; but of course it will not be what we intend04:59
infinitysgclark: kubuntu 16.04.1 testing looks pretty lacking.  Are there people working on it?06:38
infinityyofel: ^06:38
sgclarkinfinity: sorry, I have not had time to do much on kubuntu recently due to realjob.06:39
infinitysgclark: Wasn't implying you need to be doing the testing, but maybe you know some people to poke.06:40
infinity(given that we release today...)06:40
sgclarksure. I can poke lol06:40
mwhudsonso um, http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/proposed-migration/yakkety/update_excuses.html#golang-1.6 <- why is golang-dbus listed as in progress?08:12
mwhudsonit finished hours ago08:12
infinitymwhudson: I beg to differ, looks like it never ran.08:17
* infinity triggers another.08:17
mwhudsoninfinity: oh hm, guess so, http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/g/golang-dbus/yakkety/amd64/ has one more run than http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/g/golang-dbus/yakkety/i386/08:18
infinitymwhudson: More important is the trigger column.08:19
mwhudsonoh right08:19
mwhudsonrunning now, thanks08:19
infinitymwhudson: I know. ;)08:21
mwhudsonand now it's not08:26
mwhudsonbah, missed a rebuild08:34
mwhudson ups no, i'm an idiot09:09
Odd_Blokeslangasek: Finally dug in to your comment on semiosis' MP: (https://code.launchpad.net/~semiosis/livecd-rootfs/fix-for-1565985/+merge/298305) :)10:53
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infinityOdd_Bloke: Commented.11:20
xnoxmy understanding was that qemu&kvm merged. and all virtualisation is executed with "qemu" binary and it could be hardware accelerated (kvm) or not (user)12:27
xnoxsystemd-detect-virt says qemu... even though libvirt says hypervisor is kvm12:27
xnoxis systemd-detect-virt == "kvm" obsolete and never happens anymore?12:27
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semiosisOdd_Bloke, infinity: want me to remove the virtualbox-guest-dkms from the vagrant image??12:59
infinitysemiosis: It shouldn't be necessary.13:02
semiosistesting it now13:02
infinitysemiosis: And removing it means you're not pulling in dkms, compiler, etc.13:03
Odd_BlokeI'm building a test box with it removed using the proper infrastructure, too.13:08
Odd_Blokesemiosis: Could you test the box at http://bit.ly/2abcYqz ?13:12
mdeslaurdoko: any plan on fixing bug 1353729 ?13:12
ubottubug 1353729 in gcc-4.8 (Ubuntu) "[4.9 Regression] ICE in final_scan_insn, at final.c:2952 (aarch64-linux-gnu)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/135372913:12
semiosisOdd_Bloke: your yakkety image and my xenial image both worked great.  i changed my branch to not install the dkms package.13:26
Odd_Blokeinfinity: Your comment is now addressed: ^13:30
Odd_BlokeI have a Python package whose setup.py installs a library and some scripts; I want to split these up in to python-foo, python3-foo and foo (where foo Depends on python3-foo).  At the moment, I'm using override_dh_python3 to move /usr/bin out of python3-foo in to foo, and override_dh_python2 to remove /usr/bin from python2-foo.13:34
Odd_BlokeIs there a better way to handle this?13:34
Odd_Bloke(I'm also calling dh_python{2,3} in each of those overrides)13:35
techsayanHi, I was trying to assign group permissions in my server, can someone help me out setting up group permissions on the system level rather than file/directory level?13:49
semiosistechsayan: i think that #ubuntu-server is a better place to ask that13:50
techsayansemiosis: thanks13:50
andrewshcyphermox: are you the wpa guy in Ubuntu?14:27
andrewshcyphermox: any idea when https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/wpa/+bug/1528173 may be done?14:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1528173 in wpa (Ubuntu) "org.freedesktop.DBus.Properties.GetAll fails always for fi.w1.wpa_supplicant1.Interface interface" [Undecided,In progress]14:28
cjwatsonOdd_Bloke: How about debian/foo.install containing usr/bin, debian/python-foo.install containing usr/lib/python2.*, and debian/python3-foo.install containing usr/lib/python3?14:30
cjwatsonWorks for me in germinate.14:31
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jamespagepitti, hey - I uploaded a fix for my broken ceph 10.2.2 SRU for xenial - any chance you could take a look?15:02
pittijamespage: travel+changing train + team meeting, can you please ping some other SRU team member?15:02
jamespagepitti, sure np - arges - would you have time to look at ^^ ?15:04
sil2100Laney: hey!15:12
sil2100Laney: or hm, unhey, nevermind ;)15:13
argesjamespage: does this override whats currently in proposed?15:26
naccpitti: yep, thanks! I've sent an e-mail to ubuntu-server for the tasks, etc that seem to be out-of-date and relevant there15:31
jamespagearges, yah15:56
argesjamespage: ack15:56
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naccrbasak: ok, looking at memcached, need your input :)16:12
slangasekOdd_Bloke, semiosis: uploaded to yakkety16:16
Odd_Blokeslangasek: Thanks!16:18
coreycbarges, could you reject ceilometer 1:6.1.1-0ubuntu1 from the xenial queue?  we have a newer version in the queue now.16:23
Odd_Blokeslangasek: We would really, really like this backported to xenial as well (because that box has all these issues); shall I help semiosis prepare the diff that just got merged as an SRU?16:24
jamespagearges, ta16:31
slangasekOdd_Bloke: yes, if you can help drive that livecd-rootfs change for SRU that would be splendid17:02
slangasekOdd_Bloke: the trusty branch should be current and targetable: https://code.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/livecd-rootfs/trusty-proposed17:03
ubottubdmurray, BenC, cyphermox, infinity, micahg, rbasak, sil2100: DMB ping.17:04
sil2100The community council would like us to check in on #ubuntu-meeting now17:05
micahgnot for another 25 min17:05
sil2100Since they said that if none from the desktop team will show up, they'd like us to go first (so now)17:05
pittityhicks, jdstrand: hi! I'll soon be blocked by the outstanding apparmor merge with debian; is that something you can look into, or should I find some time for that?17:12
pitti(or potentially a sync, Debian took a lot of our changes)17:14
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dokobdmurray, xnox: what's the status about python-cassandra? I only can see an open issue with python-cassandra-driver18:05
jgrimmbdmurray, still on SRU duty? looking for a bit of assist on curtin SRU18:46
jgrimmbdmurray, 0.1.0~bzr399-0ubuntu1~14.04.1  needs to replace 0.1.0~bzr389-0ubuntu1~14.04.1 in trusty-proposed (I've 'verification-failed-trusty' today to make it explicit we don't want 389)18:50
dokomdeslaur, reading backlog, what is the question?19:00
bdmurrayjgrimm: I'll have a look19:00
mdeslaurdoko: mysql wasn't building with the updated gcc-4.8 in trusty because of bug 135372919:03
ubottubug 1353729 in gcc-4.8 (Ubuntu) "[4.9 Regression] ICE in final_scan_insn, at final.c:2952 (aarch64-linux-gnu)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/135372919:03
mdeslaurdoko: I've found a workaround now, so don't care anymore, thanks19:03
dokomdeslaur, if workarounds work, that would be my preferred solution. If fixes are in 4.8.5, then we could try to backport. But there are nontrivial gaps between 4.8 and 4.9 ...19:05
mdeslaurok, thanks19:06
naccjbicha: fyi, the reason i held off on my merge was both maas and openstack have dependencies on the version of python-django19:08
jbichanacc: ok, it that's still relevant, could you add that to the bug so someone doesn't unknowingly sponsor it then19:09
naccjbicha: yep, i'm doing that now19:09
naccjbicha: sorry i forgot to update my bug while I was digging into that19:11
naccjbicha: if you want to throw your build into a PPA, the affected teams would be able to test, i'm guessing19:11
jbichaI might just wait until 1.10, the main reason I opened the bug was because I made a minor improvement to the pymysql patch19:13
naccjbicha: just an fyi: https://merges.ubuntu.com/main.html, i'm marked as handling it :)19:13
jbichanacc: oops, I didn't think to look there19:15
naccjbicha: it's ok :)19:16
naccjbicha: looks like openstack (upstream) may not be compatible with the latest django (just updated the bug w/ a comment)19:16
jgrimmthanks bdmurray!19:19
jdstrandpitti: I'm going to defer to tyhicks and/or ratliff on that. I could do it, but would need them to tell me what to deprioritize20:02
nacchggdh: good effort to get that individual to point to a an actual discussion; sad response20:17
hggdhnacc: yes. Pity, though. OTOH, not the first time that I see something similar from him/her20:22
nacchggdh: agreed20:23
naccmy goodness, I consider myself to be overly verbose, but this Xen character is something else21:44
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snkcldwhere can i find the repo that contains the ubuntu bluez package code?22:00
naccsnkcld: what do you mean by repo? i usuually would just do `pull-lp-source -d bluez` (or without -d if you are ok with it untarring locally)22:02
snkcldwell, according to the "ubuntu distributed development" page... it says thats the "traditional" way, so im just trying to figure out how i can clone the code for the bluez package via bzr22:04
snkcld"With Ubuntu Distributed Development all packages in the Ubuntu (and Debian) archive are automatically imported into Bazaar branches on our code hosting site Launchpad"22:04
naccudd is dead :)22:04
nacci believe22:04
snkcldok then! that answers it22:05
naccsnkcld: i'm working on a git-alternative of sorts, but it's not quite as feature-rich yet22:05
snkcldis pull-lp-source what you use then? and you do the whole debdiff thing?22:05
naccsnkcld: yeah, basically22:05
naccsnkcld: let me point you at some of the tooling22:05
naccsnkcld: i recommend, if you're comfortable with git, using pull-lp-source -d and then git dsc-commit22:06
snkcldi am very comfortable with git22:06
naccjgrimm: fyi, importing memcached now22:06
jgrimmnacc, thanks sir22:06
snkcldi got to go, but thanks nacc22:06
naccjgrimm: did rbasak do at? I think you asked fro that too?22:06
naccsnkcld: np, feel free to ping here with questions22:06
snkcldwhy "-d" ?22:08
jgrimmnacc, looks like it -> https://git.launchpad.net/~usd-import-team/ubuntu/+source/at22:10
naccsnkcld: download-only22:10
naccsnkcld: that way you can use git-dsc-commit to import into a git repository22:10
naccsnkcld: otherwise it'll just extract the source package into an appropriately named directory; i guess you coudl git init in there, but it's justa n extra step :)22:11
naccjgrimm: ok, thanks for checking22:11
jgrimmnp, thank you22:12
naccjgrimm: https://code.launchpad.net/~usd-import-team/ubuntu/+source/memcached/+git/memcached22:54
naccrbasak: fyi, memcached works now --^ pushed a few commits, and also the retry logic for lp actually works (and it just happened to me a few times, so tested too :)22:55

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