kulelu88Hello. Can I ask questions about package development here?03:42
pittiGood morning03:50
kulelu88morning Pici03:51
kulelu88does this file tell ubuntu what the dependencies of a package are: https://bazaar.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/apt-clone/trunk/view/head:/debian/control ?03:52
daxsee e.g. http://people.canonical.com/~cjwatson/ubuntu-policy/policy.html/ch-controlfields.html for details03:54
kulelu88dax: This is probably off-topic, but nobody in #ubuntu is answering me. for the apt-clone software, does it clone the archived packages also?03:57
daxno idea, never used apt-clone :\03:57
kulelu88okay thank you, that is all I wanted to ask03:58
MEJIOMAH17Hi! I write app on java for ubuntu unity 16.04.   Standard class SystemTray provide terrible result. Is there a native library for java to work with Tray?08:05
juliankA fixed apt should be ready in about 30 minutes, it's currently running its test suite on travis. Is that still early enough for the beta 1? If not, I'd delay it and sync the next RC instead08:28
juliank~rc2ubuntu3 only has the emergency fixes of ~rc3 basically08:29
juliankOr well, we can fix it anyway, then I can delay ~rc3 a bit to get the portability fixes in08:30
* juliank is porting APT to FreeBSD. This involves including a few more headers that are currently missing, some library magic (only use -lresolv and -ldl if the exist, add -lintl), some header magic (endian.h vs sys/endian.h), and a few test suite fixes. Really boring nitpicking kind of work08:33
juliank(The freebsd port also fixes a bug if you make your /bin/sh bash - stupid dashism in the test suite)08:34
juliankOne thing I noticed today: dpkg-genchanges only seems to register "LP: #number", not "LP: number"09:01
juliankOne APT team member has the tendency to write bug numbers without a #09:01
pittiright, LP: NNNN is not valid (unlike Closes: nnn for debbugs)09:07
juliankYeah, maybe gbp should be teached to fix that up if it sees no #09:08
juliankSo, large file support seems restored in apt 1.3~rc2ubuntu3, but testing can't hurt, obviously09:12
juliankIt's 150 lines of awesome CMake code doing the detection of LFS flags.09:13
juliankFor the platforms I test with, 2 lines would have been fine as well...09:15
juliankThis looks a bit scary: dpkg-shlibdeps: warning: symbol __aeabi_atexit@CXXABI_ARM_1.3.3 used by debian/libapt-inst2.0/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf/libapt-inst.so.2.0.0 found in none of the libraries09:16
mwhudsonuh huh09:42
mwhudsonsbuild -d sid has stopped working for me09:43
mwhudsondpkg-deb: building package 'sbuild-build-depends-core-dummy' in '/<<BUILDDIR>>/resolver-f_CDlo/apt_archive/sbuild-build-depends-core-dummy.deb'.09:43
mwhudsongpg: /<<BUILDDIR>>/resolver-f_CDlo/gpg/trustdb.gpg: trustdb created09:43
mwhudsongpg: Warning: not using 'Sbuild Signer' as default key: No secret key09:43
mwhudsonoh it's the gnupg2 thing09:44
ubottuDebian bug 827315 in src:sbuild "sbuild: Does not work with gnupg 2.x installed in the chroot" [Important,Fixed]09:44
LocutusOfBorgbut I merged sbuild mwhudson09:46
LocutusOfBorgare you using the one from xenial?09:46
mwhudsonyeah i'm on xenial09:46
LocutusOfBorgmmm ok :)09:46
LocutusOfBorgyou might want to try a backport of the yakkety version then ;)09:46
mwhudsonyeah, or apparently remove /var/lib/sbuild/apt-keys ?09:47
mwhudsonthat appears to work, will it bite me in the bum when i try to build for trusty or something?09:48
LocutusOfBorgnot sure...09:48
LocutusOfBorgI don't even remember the fix09:48
* mwhudson tries science09:48
LocutusOfBorg+    $self->log_error("To fix this problem, either (if you don't need squeeze):\n");09:50
LocutusOfBorgthere is a log error now, explaining how to fix09:50
mwhudsonsbuild -d trusty seems to be working with no /var/lib/sbuild/apt-keys09:50
LocutusOfBorgeverything shoudl work without that directory...09:51
LocutusOfBorgjust the new sbuild throws an error in case the directory is here but gnupg is not working09:51
LocutusOfBorgsaying something like "hey, delete that dir"09:51
LocutusOfBorginfinity, I'm doing some work, I think I found some sort of "solution" for fpc10:11
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infinityLocutusOfBorg: The solution is for me to bootstrap it...10:40
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Please don't do something hackish.10:41
infinityjuliank: That eabi warning is harmless.  There's already a filter for those symbols, it might just need updating.10:42
LocutusOfBorginfinity, the problem is that the fix seems to be not working10:42
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Oh.10:43
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Well, that's less ideal.10:43
infinityLocutusOfBorg: Will talk more after I've slept a bit.10:43
juliankinfinity: Oh, OK10:43
LocutusOfBorgI copy-pasted fpcsrc/utils/fpcmkcfg/fpcmkcfg.pp from fpc 2.6.4, rebuilt fpc 3 with it and everything works10:43
LocutusOfBorgso, I'm debugging that file right now10:43
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cpaelzercan I somewhere see the queue of things waiting to get their autopkgtest ran for proposed migration to get a feeling for the "ETA" of an upload to be processed in that regard?11:43
* cpaelzer searching around at http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/ if there is a queue somewhere11:44
cpaelzerah, sorry for the noise - found http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/running.shtml which kind of is what I wanted11:44
abeatopitti, hi, do you know any reason for which a crash file might not contain the CoreDump field?12:04
pittiabeato: the reason should be in /var/log/apport.log; the most common one is that it was too big to handle12:11
abeatopitti, hm, interesting... how is decided that it is too big? avaialble space?12:12
pittiabeato: > ¾ of available RAM12:12
abeatopitti, I see, thanks. I guess that can happen easily in touch12:13
LocutusOfBorgtumbleweed, mind syncing rails?12:21
LocutusOfBorgI think ruby-swd needs it12:22
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JHOSMANHello, has anyone here worked with compiling Ubuntu ISO images with support UEFI?12:48
pittithey already do12:48
JHOSMANpitti: i not understand your reply12:56
pittiJHOSMAN: ubuntu isos have supported UEFI for a long time already12:57
JHOSMANyes i know12:57
JHOSMANI tell you, I'm making an ISO Unattended Ubuntu, but I can not make it do the UEFI boot12:58
JHOSMANA normal iso says this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/23084984/12:58
JHOSMANMy iso make unnatended says: http://paste.ubuntu.com/23084986/12:59
JHOSMANin mode EFI active in bios, the iso says BosyBox and the install not running, in mode legacy run OK.13:00
JHOSMANpitti: You have a guide who can share me to perform an unattended installation with Ubuntu 14.04? Perhaps I may be doing something wrong.13:09
pittiI don't know the intrinsics of how the official images are built, sorry13:21
JHOSMANA channel or person that could refer?13:23
argescoreycb: did openstack packages in xenial get accidentally uploaded again?13:34
coreycbarges, hopefully not.  I think you rejected everything in the queue yesterday so I uploaded again.13:35
argescoreycb: i did, then i accepted teh packages yesterday13:35
argesthen this morning there are new uploads13:35
* coreycb looks13:35
coreycbarges, ok everything's in proposed that should be so can you reject those from the queue?  sorry about that.13:36
argescoreycb: ok will do13:37
coreycbarges, thanks :)13:37
argescoreycb: done.13:38
jbichajuliank: do we need today's apt update in Beta 1 or is https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/16.10.8 enough?15:26
juliankjbicha: I'd recommend it. There are issues with apt if you use --purge,  it also has no support for large files which is like a huge regression from xenial.15:29
juliankPossibly even without --purge, I'm not entirely sure15:29
juliankthe configures were ordered wrongly with regards to the removals in some way15:29
seb128wgrant, pitti, dpm, it looks like we didn't have any langpack update in yakkety yet, do you know what needs to be done there?16:04
seb128would have been nice before beta116:04
seb128but I doubt we are going to get those now, even less of a respin16:04
dpmseb128, let me see if langpacks are being generated in LP for Yakketty16:07
seb128dpm, thanks16:07
seb128dpm, https://translations.launchpad.net/ubuntu/yakkety/+language-packs seems to suggest that not?16:09
dpmseb128, hm, looking at it from a private browser window, seems like yakkety's translations haven't been open in LP16:11
seb128dpm, is that a launchpad team thing?16:11
dpmseb128, for the opening itself, they generally do the copying of templates from the previous series before opening16:12
dpmso IIRC 1) LP team copies over templates 2) "Defer translation imports" is unchecked 3) Review if the templates look fine 4) Uncheck "Hide translations for this release"16:14
dpmcjwatson, wgrant, could you help us initiating the LP translations opening process for yakkety?16:14
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tjaaltonmdeslaur: hi, do you have plans to merge sudo? I got pinged about bug 1607666 which is fixed in 1.8.1718:11
ubottubug 1607666 in sudo (Ubuntu) "sudo fails with host netgroup returned from freeipa" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/160766618:11
mdeslaurtjaalton: I wasn't planning on merging it18:17
mdeslaurtjaalton: if you get an ffe exception approved, I'll do it though18:18
tjaaltonmdeslaur: ok18:19
bipulHi. I need a help. On ubuntu my traditional permission is not working, specially chgrp and chown19:18
sladenbipul: what do you mean by "is not working".  Is an error message shown19:22
bipulchgrp: changing group of 'A/': Operation not permitted19:22
bipulsladen, http://paste.ubuntu.net/23085951/19:22
sladenbipul: does that account have permission to change the group19:23
bipulI guess yes, since bipul is the owner of the file.19:23
sladenbipul: is the account a member of the destination group?19:26
sladenbipul: try running 'groups'19:27
sarnoldbipul: you ran 'id bipul' -- about a bare 'id'? if there are two bipul accounts on the system, that could account for these confusing results19:27
bipulsladen, strange i don't found that name in groups19:28
sarnoldbipul: how about on other filesystems? do you have other filesystems mounted that you could check?19:28
bipulbipul@bipul:~$ cat /etc/group | grep controller19:28
bipulbut when i typing groups, i don't found controller there.19:29
bipulsarnold, No i don't have any other file system mounted19:29
sladenbipul: in which case either do  sudo chgrp controller A/    or   sudo addser bipul controller ; chgrp controller A/19:29
bipulsladen, Why would i do "sudo" when i am the owner of the directory. And i have controller as a supplementary group.19:36
bipulI already run sudo usermod -aG controller bipul19:36
sarnolddid you use newgrp or sg to get that group added to that specific shell instance? or login afresh?19:37
bipulsarnold, Yes, that's what i am doing, i am restarting my machine.19:40
bipulbetween i  have created controller 2 days ago and i booted my system 9 times19:41
bipullet me restart.19:41
bipulYes, it works.19:52
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mwhudsonin an autopkgtest is there any way for the test to get hold of the debs that were installed?21:56
mwhudsoni guess the test can just build them, given appropriate depends/restrictions21:59
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