tzerowhat's the difference between debian/source/include-binaries and debian/source/*.install ?01:32
tzerospecifically, I get "dpkg-source: error: unwanted binary file: debian/projectname/usr/share/..." about a file included in one of my debian/source/*.install files01:33
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sil2100fossfreedom: hey! Did you manage to take a look at the build failures from ubuntu-budgie?09:01
sil2100I saw the daily builds auto-failing for the whole holiday period09:02
fossfreedomsil2100: yeah. scratched my head on this.  Talking to Jeremy Bicha we were speculating that a tasksel had not been created "ubuntu-budgie-live" - so we have added the ubuntu-budgie specifics to the tasksel project.  This got sync'd with main.  Unfortunately this didn't fix the issue :(10:23
fossfreedomI couldn't find anyone else though on this channel to help ... deathly quiet ... everyone having a much deserved break!10:25
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cjwatsontzero: debian/source/*.install isn't a thing.  Perhaps you mean debian/*.install?  debian/source/include-binaries is described in dpkg-source(1), while debian/*.install is described in dh_install(1)14:33
sil2100fossfreedom: I can try diving into that tomorrow if no one pops up to look at it before that15:10
fossfreedomsil2100: much appreciated.  Cheers15:24
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karstensragethis seems ridiculous that i have to do this, but to get ubuntu to boot with my custom NSS library, this is what i have to do : http://pastebin.com/HYsJ72rB22:16
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