jbichahmm, kactivities shows up on https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/nbs.html00:22
jbichaok I asked for it to be removed00:25
acheronukjbicha: okular was one culprit I think as it had an optional build depend on kactivities. merged in debian git to ours the other day but needs an applications update00:25
jbichathe kactivities binary has been removed, do you want to try an iso rebuild?05:36
jbichait looks like the automatic daily iso build for Kubuntu isn't working? https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-cdimage/+livefs/ubuntu/yakkety/kubuntu05:37
acheronukstill on the iso then....06:49
acheronukThe following packages have unmet dependencies:06:49
acheronuk kactivitymanagerd : Breaks: kactivities (< 5.20~) but 5.18.0-0ubuntu1 is to be installed06:49
acheronuk plasma-desktop : Breaks: kactivities (< 5.21) but 5.18.0-0ubuntu1 is to be installed06:49
acheronuk plasma-desktop-data : Breaks: kactivities (< 5.21) but 5.18.0-0ubuntu1 is to be installed06:49
acheronukE: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.06:49
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acheronukoh, those iso build logs are from a few days ago, before yofl dropped the recommends and and okular from the seeds07:23
tsimonq2acheronuk: is there a way that I could disable the password prompt when debsign runs?07:35
acheronuktsimonq2: wanting to still sign it with your key though?07:36
tsimonq2acheronuk: yeah07:36
acheronukgpg-agent set with a long timeout then07:37
tsimonq2because don't I need to do that to upload to a PPA?07:37
tsimonq2how do I do that?07:37
acheronuk'use-agent' in gpg.conf07:38
acheronukand a long 'default-cache-ttl' & 'max-cache-ttl' in gpg-agent.conf07:39
tsimonq2acheronuk: where are those files?07:40
acheronukthen it will ask you once, then not on subsequent signinng withing the timeout07:40
tsimonq2OH cool! :D07:40
tsimonq2VERY useful07:40
acheronukin you ~/.gnupg/ folder07:40
tsimonq2what do you have your values set at?07:41
acheronukyou might need something in your bashrc as well07:41
tsimonq2acheronuk: what? :)07:42
acheronukmight need http://paste.ubuntu.com/23096560/07:43
tsimonq2ok cool07:44
acheronukwhen I was trying to set it up, it wouldn't connect to the agent until I found that on google and added it to bashrc07:44
tsimonq2oh ok07:46
tsimonq2acheronuk: uploading things to the PPA, FTBFS? https://launchpadlibrarian.net/281216883/buildlog_ubuntu-yakkety-amd64.qttools-opensource-src_5.7.0-1~yakkety1_BUILDING.txt.gz07:46
* tsimonq2 scratches his head07:46
tsimonq2oh that's right07:46
tsimonq2I might just be stupid :P07:46
tsimonq2ah nvm07:47
tsimonq2that's righht07:47
tsimonq2I'm stupid :P07:47
tsimonq2acheronuk: so with Qt 5.7 we're at the point that we're almost ready for second iteration07:48
tsimonq2I want to learn, so I'd be great if I can finish up after sleeping :)07:48
tsimonq2but could you please rebuild qtquickcontrols-opensource-src after qtgraphicaleffects-opensource-src is published?07:49
tsimonq2it's a dep thing07:49
tsimonq2acheronuk: ^07:49
tsimonq2otherwise we wait! \o/07:49
acheronukI will prod the rebuild07:49
tsimonq2alright, night :)07:50
acheronuknight 07:50
acheronuktsimonq2: https://bugreports.qt.io/browse/QTBUG-5268108:43
BluesKajHiyas all11:44
clivejowhat package contains this file - KF5CompactDiscConfig.cmake?14:45
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I could see K3b having that or amarok14:48
ahoneybunheyo clem_l14:57
clem_lhi ahoneybun 14:58
ahoneybunclem from linux mint right?14:59
clem_lyes :)15:00
ahoneybunthanks for coming in :)15:00
clem_lyou're welcome, thanks for reaching out to us15:00
clem_lI can't stay long, I need to go to town but I'll be here in this channel all week15:00
ahoneybunthanks a ton for popping in15:01
clem_lI commented on https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/161579915:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1615799 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Kubuntu slideshow is broken" [Critical,Confirmed]15:01
ahoneybunone of our users has started the port: https://code.launchpad.net/~blaze/+junk/ubiquity15:01
ahoneybunbut I know a lot of Mint tools are in python so you might have a  lot of info about it15:02
clem_lwe use python a lot, but not Qt15:02
clem_lI was wondering if you could tap into webkit via gir though15:02
ahoneybunall the other flavors use it and we are the only one who use qt for it15:03
clem_lwell we usually use gi from python/gtk projects yes, I didn't realize it was tied to gtk though15:04
clem_lI'm not sure it's possible15:04
ahoneybunI think the main issue is a lot of the jobs from QtGui got moved to QtWidgets in PyQt5 15:04
ahoneybunI don't think it would be 'tied' to it15:04
clem_lgir1.2-webkit-3.0 might only provide GTKWebkit though15:05
ahoneybunhopefully blaze will be around15:05
ahoneybunI don't know how well gtk and qt mix in that way15:05
ahoneybunI know they work fine on the desktop with apps15:05
clem_lI'm not entirely sure, but assuming gi worked from python/qt15:06
clem_lit looks like the webkit gir only gives you GTK classes15:06
clem_lwhat I'm trying to say is: I think my idea isn't a good one :)15:07
ahoneybunI think at that point you might as well force the installer to take the gtk_ui.py over the kde one15:07
ahoneybunit's still an idea though15:07
clem_lon our side we're not impacted, I think the issue starts with 16.10?15:08
ahoneybunI know qtwebkit gets dropped in yakkety for sure15:08
clem_lfrom past experience I remember issues when using the GTK ubiquity frontend with the KDE edition though15:09
ahoneybunI think clivejo said it was in xenial as well15:09
ahoneybunnot sure15:09
clem_lI can't remember where, but there were places which assumed certain things depending on the frontend being used15:09
ahoneybunwhen I tried porting it, it failed to load the UI anymore15:09
ahoneybunand Ubiquity stoped loading up at all lol15:10
clem_lbut you released 16.04 already and the slideshow worked there15:10
clem_lsame thing for us with 18 BETA, it renders ok15:10
ahoneybunbut the point releases maybe?15:10
clem_lI don't think so15:10
clem_lwe actually rebased for the KDE edition15:11
acheronukit's because debian dropped support for webkit in their pyqt415:11
ahoneybunthanks acheronuk15:11
acheronukand that pacakage got synced to yakkety15:11
clem_lno, I mean up to date xenial, as opposed to what it was months ago15:11
ahoneybunso xenial is fine?15:11
acheronukso it's ONLY yakkety so far that has the problem, as will probably not impact xenial15:12
acheronukyes, xenial is ok15:12
acheronukpyqt still has webkit support, so ideally the whole kde front end to the install should be ported to that15:13
acheronuk*pyqt5 I mean15:13
clem_lwill debian keep support there?15:13
clem_lwhat was the reason to drop it in pyqt4?15:13
acheronukScottK: do you know the reason for webkit being dropped in pyqt4?15:14
* ahoneybun tries to find coffee15:15
clem_lah there we go https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=83090315:15
ubottuDebian bug 830903 in python3-pyqt4 "python3-pyqt4: Package lacks QtWebKit support" [Important,Open]15:15
clem_lScott actually answers at the bottom15:16
acheronuk"It was removed intentionally because QtWebKit 4.x is dead upstream"15:16
clem_lso -> PyQt5 it is then :)15:16
acheronukI did find a script the other day, but no idea if it works.15:17
clem_la migration script?15:17
acheronukconversion script -> https://github.com/rferrazz/pyqt4topyqt515:17
clem_lI've got to go ahoneybun, I'll be here in the coming days if you need me though15:19
clem_lI'm not good with Qt but I can help with python if needs be15:19
acheronukworked on by animation devs at Walt Disney no less https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/vfx-platform-discuss/LzGEKXdXp6w15:19
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> Thanks clem_l15:20
lisandrositter: just applied your qttools's patch. Thanks for the bug+patch!15:23
BluesKajit seems network manager isn't seeing the NIC on YY Beta 116:15
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> heyo blaze17:17
BluesKajhi blaze ahoneybun 17:20
BluesKajsure has been quiet in here since the freeze17:20
acheronukBluesKaj: seems that way :/17:46
BluesKajYakkety Beta 1 network manager does't see the NIC/etherenet card here 17:52
BluesKajhave to use the termianl to connect like I used to before I started using a vpn. Now I'm thinking I no longer need NM since I figured out how to connect to my vpn server via the cli17:56
clivejoahoneybun: did you test the code blaze posted?19:20
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I don't see a way to19:21
clivejobuild it and create an iso, run the iso and test it?19:21
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> You say it like it is easy19:22
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I have not made a iso before19:22
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I just used a daily image before19:22
clivejothough thats how you were testing your code?19:22
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> Plus was not sure if he was finished19:22
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> It just said init19:22
clivejohe needs feedback19:23
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I was not told that19:23
ahoneybuncrap I forgot that command to get some files it needs19:26
ahoneybunhe needs to remove PyQt5.GtGui when it is not used19:29
ahoneybunblaze: ^19:29
blazeyeah, I know19:30
ahoneybundoing that now to try to build it local then have LP do the rest19:31
ahoneybunoh right that PEP errors....19:32
ahoneybunubiquity/frontend/kde_ui.py:205:51: E128 continuation line under-indented for visual indent19:33
ahoneybunI fixed those in my copy19:33
ahoneybunbuilding source19:36
acheronukare you fixing just the slideshow, or porting the whole kde_ui.py pyqt5 as well?19:43
acheronuk*to pyqt519:43
ahoneybunwell the kde_ui loads the slideshow 19:43
ahoneybunI like how all the test scripts are broken19:45
acheronukI know. I just recalled at one point you were trying to avoid porting more that strictly necessary to get that launch to work. i.e. leave the majority of it qt419:46
ahoneybunwell there is a 'def _create_webview19:47
ahoneybunso I'm guessing that is the sldeshow part19:47
ahoneybunwell the start of it19:47
ahoneybunthen 'def start_slideshow'19:47
ahoneybun12 errors and they are all "ImportError: No module named 'ubiquity'"19:48
ahoneybunblaze: did you make those changes with a script then?19:55
ahoneybunsince QtGui was still in there19:56
acheronukclivejo: where are the iso build scripts?19:56
ahoneybunnow to wait on LP to build19:56
* acheronuk contemplates a glass or 3 of Jack Daniels20:07
clivejowish I could too20:08
blazeahoneybun: have you seen the full diff?20:26
ahoneybunno I have not20:26
ahoneybunyakkety iso seems to be missing  python3-pyqt5.qtwebkit20:26
tsimonq2$ lxc launch ubuntu-daily:yakkety20:33
tsimonq2Creating master-kid20:33
tsimonq2Starting master-kid20:33
ahoneybunwhy is my internet crap in the VM...20:35
ahoneybunor in general it seems20:35
ahoneybuneven GPM is skipping20:35
blazevirtualbox with kvm or just kvm?20:37
blazeswitching network on and off in virtualbox can help20:37
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> Its all over the place20:38
ScottKacheronuk: We'e removing Qt4 QtWebKit from Debian before the next Debian release.  Dropping it from PyQt4 is part of that.21:15
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> Do we have any plans to package kdevelop 5?21:17
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> User on g+ asked21:17
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> I know about that21:18
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> your welcome to start it Marcin21:18
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> Neos has it so maybe we grab it somehow?21:18
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> *Neon21:18
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> "we" ?21:18
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> Kubuntu community :)21:18
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> right...21:19
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> Deus Ex: Mankind Divided looks like it may be getting a Linux21:31
IrcsomeBot<marcinsagol> If that is true I will by PC for it :021:31
clivejo!info kdevelop21:44
ubottukdevelop (source: kdevelop): integrated development environment for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:4.7.3-0ubuntu1 (yakkety), package size 1628 kB, installed size 6494 kB21:44
ahoneybunI've gotten the same error as before 21:46
ahoneybunacheronuk: ^21:46
ahoneybunAttributeError: No frontend available; tried kde_ui21:47
acheronuk:( Maybe I'll take a look sometime if it remains stuck, but I very much doubt I would get very far with it.21:53
ahoneybunit's for sure something I did21:53
ahoneybunas Ubiquity laucnhed before with a base iso21:53

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