kaanhello ii recently instaed ubunutu gnome but i have a rather strange bug where my mouse pointer leaves copies of itsef on the screen where i stopped moving it and they reman until i restart the computer does anyone know how to ffiicx this issue10:31
dAnjouNoskcaj, ricotz: hey, sorry to bother you directly. i'm having problems with gitg 3.17.1-1 in 16.04 and i found this log https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2015/03/30/%23ubuntu-gnome.html but it doesn't contain a solution. have you been able to resolve the issue? error is "gitg: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/gitg/libgitg-1.0.so.0: undefined symbol:12:34
jbichadAnjou: are you trying to build gitg from source? because you shouldn't see that error if you aren't12:46
dAnjounope, using the distro package12:47
dAnjoumaybe someone can give me a hashsum of that library12:48
dAnjouit's possible that i screwed something up by trying to compile it before12:48
jbichaI don't feel you're providing us enough information…12:49
jbichasudo apt install --reinstall gitg12:49
dAnjoui'd love to provide more12:49
dAnjoudid that12:49
dAnjoui just purged gitg and checked whether /usr/lib/gitg/libgitg-1.0.so.0 exists. it doesn't12:50
dAnjoureinstalling now12:50
dAnjousame error12:50
jbichathe part that concerns me is where you said you tried to compile it before, and you're pointing to a discussion about an error seen during build12:51
jbichaare you able to reproduce this bug in a clean Ubuntu install? like in VirtualBox?12:52
dAnjouthing is, i'm not sure whether i tried to compile it on *this* machine12:52
dAnjouguess i have to try that12:52
jbichaif you can reproduce it from a clean install, please run12:52
jbichaubuntu-bug gitg12:52
jbichaand give the steps for how to reproduce12:53
ricotzdAnjou, is there a /usr/local/lib/gitg/libgitg-1.0.so.0 ?13:04
ricotzdAnjou, output of "which gitg" and "ldd `which gitg`"13:07
ricotzthere you go! -> libgit2-glib-1.0.so.0 => /usr/local/lib/libgit2-glib-1.0.so.013:09
dAnjoubut that exists13:10
ricotzif you run "sudo make install" you should know what is going to happen13:10
ricotzyes, but it picks up a local custom file which is likely outdated13:10
ricotz"libgit2-glib-1.0.so.0 => /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgit2-glib-1.0.so.0" is correct13:10
dAnjouokay, so i guess i *did* try to compile it on this machine13:10
dAnjouis it enough to delete that other one?13:11
ricotzthere are likely more of such files13:11
ricotzlook into /usr/local this folder normally should not exists at all13:12
ricotz"sudo make uninstall" from the original build folder is what you would want13:12
ricotzsorry, but you are on your own with such things13:13
dAnjouyup, messed that up myself. but thank you very much for looking at it!13:15
dAnjouusually i try to use checkinstall but maybe i didn't this time13:16
dAnjouyay, it works now13:19
dAnjouthanks again, jbicha and ricotz13:20
jbicharicotz: I just noticed that mdeslaur updated wk2 to 2.14.2 for xenial-security13:33
ricotzjbicha, yeah, epiphany 3.18.10 is a go ;)13:34
jbichaaccording to https://webkitgtk.org/security/WSA-2016-0006.html 2.14.0 is the security update so that didn't help yakkety where 2.14.2 is stuck in phased-updates13:35

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