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FourDollarsHow can I switch to X Window System from Wayland on bionic-desktop? I found the original option in GDM has gone.10:24
tjaaltonFourDollars: I still have it10:33
FourDollarsThat is interesting. I just download the ISO from http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/ and install the system.10:34
seb128FourDollars, if you don't have it it's probably because it thinks your videocard/driver doesn't allow you to use wayland10:35
FourDollarsseb128: What I am trying to do is to test the radeon driver. XD10:36
tjaaltonamdgpu pro?10:36
tjaaltonok, should work10:36
FourDollarshttps://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=103370 This one10:37
ubottuFreedesktop bug 103370 in DRM/Radeon "`vblank_mode=0 DRI_PRIME=1 glxgears` will introduce GPU lock up on Intel Graphics [8086:5917] + AMD Graphics [1002:6665] (rev c3)" [Normal,New]10:37
FourDollarsOK. After I install gnome-session-flaskback, I can see the option now.10:52
FourDollarsI know what happened. Because of the radoen and amdgpu module issues, there is no wayland support. It was Xorg (llvmpipe) by default and no other option.10:59
* juliank just merged transmission to check out the new MoM results, I hope the desktop team does not mind11:14
juliankApparently that also fixes the CVE already fixed in artful, so yay?11:16
Unit193juliank: Debian #88772511:45
ubottuDebian bug 887725 in transmission-qt "transmission: New upstream release 2.93" [Normal,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/88772511:45
juliankUnit193: it's not released yet :D11:55
juliankAnyhow, I have no long term transmission interest, I just wanted to check the MoM output, and it ended up being a few seconds to then build it too11:56
TJ-I've a 16.04 system that came back from "systemctl suspend" within a few seconds but still thinks it is asleep (e.g. "nmcli gen" reports "asleep" and therefore no networking, log files not being updated). Before I reboot it is there anything I should look at to capture useful info for a bug report and/or try to wake it up?12:09
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cpaelzerxnox: hey I'd need your help/guidance on libnss that you touched recently12:20
cpaelzerit has headers like /usr/include/nss/hasht.h which are backed by a .so in a subdir /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/nss/libfreebl3.so12:20
cpaelzerthose are usually not meant to be direct includes, but it has symbols for it and everything12:20
cpaelzerit currently breaks the change of a lib usage that is not in main to use nss for this instead12:21
cpaelzerso I wonder if that lib should maybe not be in the subpath, but actually directly in /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/12:21
cpaelzerxnox: slangasek pointed out that you touched it recently, so we had some hope you might have a hint on this12:22
cpaelzeras it seems not really to be ment for dlopen only (symbols/headers available "normally")12:22
cpaelzerI'm on sprint, so latency to reply is high, but it would be great to hear your insight on this12:23
xnoxcpaelzer, i will look into it. It does seem odd.... unless like libnss.so itself knows how to dlopen extra things.12:24
xnoxcan't recall anything special around it, off the top of my head.12:24
cpaelzerxnox: thanks for taking a look12:27
cpaelzerxnox: if it is meant to be internal only ok, but if not making it properly public would be great12:28
cpaelzerxnox: ping (or mail) me once you have a more detailed opinion then after checking it12:28
caravenaHello: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1743872/comments/812:58
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1743872 in linux (Ubuntu) "Not work 802.11ac WLAN Adapter" [Medium,Incomplete]12:58
mitya57Hi! Autopkgtest retry links give internal server errors, e.g.: https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/request.cgi?release=bionic&arch=amd64&package=sasview&trigger=mathjax%2F2.7.2%2Bdfsg-113:02
mitya57Is it only me, or a global issue?13:03
LaneyRetries are offline for now - should be back before too l ong13:04
alexarnaudHello all13:16
alexarnaudIn the last days of december jbicha tells me to contact you to upload the new BRLTTY package on the Ubuntu repository.13:17
alexarnaudI've filled a bug about that : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/brltty/+bug/174107013:17
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1741070 in brltty (Ubuntu) "New upstream release 5.5" [Undecided,New]13:17
xnoxcpaelzer, i am failing to understand what it is; but on e.g. Fedora, they have a separate source package nss-softokn which does have binary packages nss-softokn-freebl[-devel] which does ship those libs as normal public libraries; they also have some dracut snippets to include those into initramfs....13:55
xnoxthey have .chk files and can be used in FIPS mode13:55
xnoxnot sure about /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/nss/libnssckbi.so what that one is yet, as it does not appear to be anywhere.13:55
xnoxoh maybe that one is in the base nss package, one sec.13:57
caravenaHello: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/rtl8812au/+bug/174431114:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1743872 in linux (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1744311 "0bda:a811" - Not work 802.11ac WLAN Adapter" [Medium,Incomplete]14:09
caravenaHelp my, thanks!14:10
cpaelzerxnox: ok, but as TL;DR I read your findings as "it should be in a normal path"14:17
juliankalexarnaud: so I can try to merge the new brltty, but I don't think I can really test it14:23
juliankSo I guess let's hope I don't break anything or somebody notices.14:25
kzh\j #tmux14:25
kzhoops how embarassing14:26
cpaelzerxnox: I'll drop off soon, to not miss the case I filed bug 174432814:48
ubottubug 1744328 in nss (Ubuntu) "libfreebl3.so should be public, not in the nss subdir" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/174432814:48
tomreynmpt: just a heads up (in case you are swamped by bug mails) - this was just a topic on -hardened, prompting me to post an update: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/31914614:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 319146 in update-manager (Ubuntu) "When a release reaches End-of-Life, update manager should show EoL status and provide a link with working procedures and more information." [Wishlist,Confirmed]14:49
mpttomreyn, thanks. I’d like to work on it, but if anyone else wants to contribute design and/or code they’re more than welcome14:51
tomreynmpt: i'm afraid i won't personally have the resources to do so, just happen to have a day off work today...14:53
tomreyni appreciate your openness to external contribution, however.14:56
alexarnaudjuliank: I could test the new release.15:28
juliankalexarnaud: It's in bionic-proposed (or about to be)15:29
alexarnaudThey is a way to simulate a braille display on QEMU. I've a physical one.15:29
alexarnaudjuliank: So do you wait a test to switch from bionic-proposed to main, isn't it ?15:30
juliankWell, things will migrate from bionic-proposed to bionic eventually15:30
juliankbut right now that's all blocked with builders offline15:30
alexarnaudOK, I'll test.15:32
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ejathi ..anyone can help to look at bug 172835416:27
ubottubug 1728354 in ntfs-3g (Ubuntu) "ntfs: unsupported reparse point" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/172835416:27
naccin a maintainer script, which is 'set -e', is there a best practice to avoid having a status check on a service (sysv or systemd) which might return non-zero not cause the script to fail? Is it appropriate to set +e for the added stanza and then set it back?21:48
sarnoldI often see || true21:49
naccsarnold: ah good thinking21:52

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