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grapestomperDoes anyone know how to instruct snapcraft to copy a file to a users home dir (/home/<user>) when a snap is installed?06:01
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kalikiana_grapestomper: You can do that in the script of the "app" in the snap. Check if it exists, creatie it otherwise08:25
kalikiana_At least that's what I've found straight-forward for what I needed08:25
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kalikiana_tsdgeos: What's the status of https://github.com/ubuntu/snapcraft-desktop-helpers/pull/30 ? Are you also looking into a way of selecting a system-wide theme? Or is it per-snap still?10:04
mupPR ubuntu/snapcraft-desktop-helpers#30: [WIP] Add ubuntu-app-themes to paths <Created by tsdgeos> <https://github.com/ubuntu/snapcraft-desktop-helpers/pull/30>10:04
tsdgeoskalikiana_: there's no status, i sent an email about it to the mailing list asking if that is what the 2 words on the trello card meant10:07
tsdgeosand i got no answer10:07
tsdgeosso i guess noone really cares10:07
tsdgeosso without anyone telling me what we relly need10:07
tsdgeosi can't do anything10:07
tsdgeosso i just left it to rot10:07
tsdgeoskalikiana_: unless you know of someone that actually knows what the 2 words on the trello card mean10:08
kalikiana_tsdgeos: The one which just says "themes"? To me your approach definitely looks sensible. There's just two things that are unclear to me a) how do you select a system-wide theme b) can you install theme snaps from third party developers10:11
tsdgeoskalikiana_: a) whith the same tool you do it normally (we may need to patch it so that it writes the config to where it is read, but if all was good it would be using XDG_ stuff and it would just work)10:14
tsdgeosand b) no afaics10:14
kalikiana_I suppose Canonical-provided themes would be a good start anyway, compared to none at all. But it seems like the next step to make it actually usable.10:16
kalikiana_jdstrand_: Perhaps you might know about b)? ie. are there any plans to allow content snaps for specific purposes such as theming that come from third parties?10:18
kalikiana_Possibly with manual review via declaration?10:18
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vigofgimenez, morning!10:41
vigohere is the output from yestarda's spread run10:42
vigoonly 3 failed10:42
vigoit is the first time I see interfaces-bluez failing10:43
fgimenezvigo, hi! interfaces-bluez and server-snap:pythonServer are failing in that paste because of timeouts from the store10:46
fgimenezvigo, i've seen before the error from ubunto-core-reboot, the snap service is not up on time after a reboot, but haven't been able to reproduce after increasing the waiting time a while ago, maybe we need to adjust it further10:48
fgimenezvigo, ubuntu-core-device-reg is different, i've seen it also in pi2 and 3, it seems that the device registration change is not in the changes list, the change with id 1 is missing, need to dig a little bit more into this10:49
mupPR snapd#2520 opened: many: fix abbreviated forms of disconnect <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2520>10:50
vigofgimenez, great thanks for the input10:52
vigoI'll start with pi3 and once I got the results I'll share them if something goes wrong. It's a bit hard to have a successful run on db :(10:54
mupBug #1651722 opened: Latest candidate snap breaks running snapcraft in classic snap <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1651722>11:23
arm1eCan someone please help me with snappy on a different distro. Getting these errors https://hastebin.com/ahadeleboc.sql11:54
arm1eHave tried with suda and same error11:54
tsdgeosarm1e: is snapd running?11:56
arm1eshould be. hold on11:56
arm1enope https://hastebin.com/ecuralozot.sql11:57
tsdgeosthen that's the problem11:58
arm1eI did set it via systemctl enable snapd.service though11:59
arm1ewhat have I done wrong?12:00
arm1etried to manually start, but still fails with the same error12:03
arm1eothers are now having the same issue12:13
mupPR snapd#2521 opened: interfaces: implement interface to allow read/write access to real-time clock <Created by morphis> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2521>12:13
mupPR snapd#2522 opened: tests: optionally use apt proxy for qemu <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2522>12:15
arm1eweirdly the snapd.socket seems to be fine :https://hastebin.com/musahurame.js12:17
mupPR snapd#2523 opened: tests: port snap-confine regression test for LP: #1595444 <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2523>12:34
arm1eGot snapd d working in opensuse!12:41
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cachiojdstrand_, there=13:19
mupPR snapcraft#1013 opened: Cloudbuild <Created by kalikiana> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/1013>13:24
mupPR snapd#2524 opened: Overmount <Created by kalikiana> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2524>13:27
grapestomperkalikiana - can you point me to an example? I have not seen this done before.13:29
mupPR snapd#2525 opened: tests: increase wait time for service to be up <Created by fgimenez> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2525>13:30
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cachiopedronis, hey13:52
cachiopedronis, trying to publish my snap I am getting this ==> not allowed by 'deny-connection/slot-attributes' in base declaration declaration-snap-v2_slots_deny-connection (kpi-dbus-signals, dbus)13:53
pedroniscachio: you need a reviewer to approve using the interface, probably jamie but he is already off I think13:54
cachiopedronis, ok, any idea when he is back?13:55
pedroniscachio: afaict, beginning of next year13:57
cachiopedronis, ok, do you know if anyone else is making manual reviews?13:58
pedronisthere are other reviews, but dbus stuff is fairly new, so not sure who else can approve that atm13:58
pedronisI'm not one fwiw13:59
cachiopedronis, ok, thanks14:00
mupPR snapd#2526 opened: tests: show --version when it matches unknown <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2526>14:14
mupPR snapd#2522 closed: tests: optionally use apt proxy for qemu <Created by zyga> <Merged by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2522>14:16
pwikHas anyone tried snapping a mkbundled Mono application that makes secure HTTP requests? I can't seem to find a way for snapcraft to include certificates when building.15:06
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grapestomperdoes anyone know the web address of the #snappy conversation archive15:47
ubottuOfficial channel logs can be found at https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ . LoCo channels are now logged there too. Meetingology logs at https://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/15:48
ToX82hey there, anyone knows how to translate packages installed with snap? I have vlc installed and I can see the translation files in `/snap/vlc/1/share/locale`, but still the app is in english...16:21
grapestomperubottu - thanks16:34
ubottuthanks aliases: thanks!, thank you, thankyou, ty, thanks., thanx, ok, thanks :), domo arigato, thx - added by Mez on 2006-09-09 08:48:3816:34
mupPR snapd#2526 closed: tests: show --version when it matches unknown <Created by zyga> <Merged by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2526>16:34
jaceknhello. Any snappy devs here? I've spent hours trying to figure out why content interface is broken and could not figure it out16:43
jaceknis anybody available to at least triage this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/snappy/+bug/1650671 ? I'd like to know if there is any missing info16:43
mupBug #1650671: Content sharing from snap common is broken <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1650671>16:43
arm1egot snapd running on opensuse, but when snaps have been installed they can not be found or started. I can uninstall no problem. Any ideas?17:09
arm1esnapd has not added anything to /etc/profile.d. How can I fix this please?17:28
naccarm1e: on ubuntu, this is what is in /etc/profile.d/apps-bin-path.sh: http://paste.ubuntu.com/23664890/17:29
naccarm1e: i woudl suggest filing a bug with opensuse's snapd package :)17:29
arm1eokay. Do they manage the package themselves?17:31
naccarm1e: i have no idea :/17:32
naccarm1e: i'm not sure how to figure out who created the opensuse package(s) from cursory googling, but that there's where i'd start17:34
kyrofazyga, do know anything about suse? ^^17:43
ogra_ogra@anubis:~$ cat /etc/profile.d/apps-bin-path.sh18:03
ogra_# Expand the $PATH to include /snap/bin which is what snappy applications18:03
ogra_# use18:03
ogra_arm1e, ^^^ try that18:04
ogra_(not sure if the suse package ships such a snippet by default)18:04
naccogra_: yeah that's what i pastebin'd to them earlier, i think the bug is that perhaps suse's pacakge does not)18:05
ogra_yep, i think the same18:05
arm1ewill try to add manually.18:05
arm1ethey also failed to add the /var/lib/snapd folder too, which I managed to do manually18:06
arm1eadded. Do I need to logout and in?18:08
arm1eback again.18:13
arm1etried with speed-test snap but wont run. Complains about lack of root, but sudo speed-test returns command not found18:14
arm1eneed to run as root or suid. errmsg: No such file or directory18:15
ogra_i assume your kernel has not the necessary apparmor patches ... try removing the snap and installing with --devmode18:15
arm1esame error18:16
ogra_try "sudo /snap/bin/speed-test"18:17
ogra_it is likely your sudo doesnt know the path either18:17
arm1ecannot bind mount /media to /tmp/snap.rootfs_0x5rWB/media. errmsg: No such file or directory18:18
ogra_(the sudo path usually differs from the shell path the user has ... for security reasons added bits get dropped)18:18
arm1eany fixes?18:19
ogra_(the path is set in /etc/sudoers normally)18:19
ogra_ogra@anubis:~$ sudo grep path /etc/sudoers18:19
ogra_thats what i have on ubuntu18:20
arm1eDefaults secure_path="/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin"18:22
ogra_yeah, as i expected ... no /snap/bin18:22
arm1eso just add to end?18:22
ogra_yep, use visudo though, it has a check (to avoid typos that then prevent you from ever sudoing again)18:23
arm1enot sure my way around vi18:24
arm1esod it, just used nano18:25
ogra_well, then open a second terminal ... run "sudo -s" in there to keep a root shell open ... edit in the other terminal and only close the root term once you are 100% sure you didnt mess up ;)18:26
AlbertAogra_: do you know where the sources are for the rpi2/3 snappy kernel?18:26
ogra_that way you have a safety net18:26
ogra_AlbertA, somewhere on kernel.ubuntu.com but dont ask me for the exact place :)18:26
arm1etried sudo speed-test but still not found18:27
AlbertAogra_: cool thanks18:27
ToX82hey there, anyone knows how to translate packages installed with snap? I have vlc installed and I can see the translation files in `/snap/vlc/1/share/locale`, but still the app is in english...18:27
ogra_arm1e, well, not sure if sudo would need a re-login as well (theoretically it should not, but who knows)18:27
ogra_ToX82, Bug #157628218:28
mupBug #1576282: Snaps built from deb can't be gettext translated <personal> <snap-desktop-issue> <Canonical System Image:In Progress> <Snapcraft:New> <Ubuntu18:28
mupApp Platform:In Progress by tpeeters> <snapcraft (Ubuntu):Confirmed for sergiusens> <unity8 (Ubuntu):Confirmed> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1576282>18:28
arm1enope, still nothing I am afraid :(18:29
ogra_so only if you use the full path ? ... sad18:30
arm1eI have filed a bug18:30
arm1edidnt even work with full path18:30
ogra_it said "not found" ?18:30
ogra_even with full path ?18:30
arm1ecannot bind mount /media to /tmp/snap.rootfs_0x5rWB/media. errmsg: No such file or directory18:30
mupPR snapd#2527 opened: tests: fix -reuse and -resend when govendor is missing <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2527>18:30
ogra_right, thats different ... so it then finds it18:31
ogra_(there seems to be another bug with the medis mount)18:31
ToX82thanks a lot mup, I will follow it!18:31
ogra_arm1e, i wonder ... what does "snap version" return on suse ?18:32
mupPR snapd#2528 opened: tests: speed up update_core_snap_with_snap_exec_snapctl <Created by zyga> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapd/pull/2528>18:32
ogra_(i guess you want something like 2.17 at least)18:33
arm1esnap version is not a command18:33
arm1eis it --?18:33
ogra_should both work ... only very old versions needed --18:34
ogra_yeah, rather old18:34
ogra_so your snapd likely misses features18:34
ogra_i.e. the mounting of the media dir18:34
arm1elooks like no snapd for a while then18:35
ogra_as i said, zyga usually does the cross distro stuff ... but we're all on vacation til end of the year ... so he might not watch IRC much atm18:35
arm1ethanks for your help18:35
ogra_thanks for trying snappy ;)18:35
arm1eI filed a bug on suse then18:35
arm1eyour welcome. At least it still works on my other machine18:36
zygaogra_: hey18:39
zygaarm1e: yes, I'm pretty off lately18:39
zygaarm1e: I suggest using https://rocket.ubuntu.com/channel/snappy as I get notifications there18:40
* zyga needs to EOD, ttyl18:40
zygafeel free to leave me a message there18:40
mupBug #1637934 opened: update install hook documentation <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1637934>20:05
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mupBug #1619154 opened: Cannot adjust systemd service definition <Snapcraft:New> <Snappy:New> <https://launchpad.net/bugs/1619154>20:48
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mupPR snapcraft#992 closed: plugins: update make plugin to use get_build_properties()  <Created by ZenHarbinger> <Merged by kyrofa> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/992>21:46
mupPR snapcraft#1014 opened: tests: reorganize plugin tests into subdirectory <Created by kyrofa> <https://github.com/snapcore/snapcraft/pull/1014>23:58

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