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jibelGood morning06:19
dupondjeWohooo :) firefox update fixed crashing web.whatsapp! Great06:20
seb128good morning desktopers06:24
dufluMorning jibel, seb12806:30
seb128hey duflu, how are you?06:30
jibelHi duflu and seb12806:31
dufluseb128, getting closer to normal, which is an improvement. You?06:31
seb128lut jibel06:31
seb128duflu, I'm ok, a bit tired, baby was stomach sick yesterday evening and part of the night06:32
seb128good morning didrocks06:35
didrockshey seb12806:35
dufluo/   didrocks   \o06:35
didrocksgnome-shell gdm is still spiking at 100%06:36
didrockscan't type, nothing :/06:36
didrockshey duflu06:36
seb128when did that start?06:36
seb128does it go away? or how do you manage to log in?06:37
dufluI will return to profiling gnome-shell soon. Maybe I can figure out how to run the login screen from git?06:37
seb128Trevinho can help you with that06:37
didrockswait, can't type06:37
didrockstrying to paste something06:37
seb128stop doing IRC from gdm :p06:37
didrocksthe issue is that gnome shell gdm is fine06:38
didrocksthen you login06:38
didrocksyuor sessino starts06:38
didrocksand here, gdm gnome-shell goes crazy06:38
didrocksbut if you kill it06:38
didrocksafter a 3rd attempt, your session vanishes06:38
seb128the new gdm is supposed to kill the greeter session after you log in06:39
dufluYeah the login screen is killed on VT switching now so it's a bit less reliable at staying up than it used to be06:39
seb128what packages did you get updated yesterdya?06:39
didrocksseb128: it's definitively running here06:39
dufluSometimes you VT switch and everything freezes06:39
didrocksI noticed it yesterday morning, so it means updates on Friday06:39
didrockswait, really slow, I can't type for 20s every 10s06:40
seb128what packages did you get updated on friday?06:40
seb128looks like the new gdm landed06:40
didrocksI meant, on Monday, trying to gather the list06:40
seb128maybe try to downgrade that?06:40
didrocksyeah, gdm is in the list06:41
seb128yeah, gdm is in that list06:41
didrocksdoing that06:41
didrocksunsure how I will do06:41
didrocksor maybe reboot, tty…06:41
didrocksas gdm is always around06:41
seb128Switching to a vt should stop the greeter session06:42
seb128I can get you the wget & dpkg -i command to copy/paste if that helps06:43
seb128bah, let's wait for him to be back06:43
didrocksindeed, reverting gdm works06:46
didrocksat least, I can type now :p06:46
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers06:46
didrocksseb128: switching to a vt kept the 100% CPU spike for gdm gnome-shell process06:47
didrockshey oSoMoN06:47
oSoMoNsalut didrocks06:47
seb128didrocks, good! please open a bug upstream, they have been responsive to reports recently06:51
seb128lut oSoMoN, en forme ?06:51
oSoMoNseb128, oui, et toi?06:53
dufluHi oSoMoN06:55
dufluseb128, yeah I get the impression we were using 3.30 daily before upstream06:55
dufluSo they have been slow to notice the regressions in gdm this cycle06:56
seb128oSoMoN, okish, kid was sick yesterday evening/in the night (stomach/vomited), let's see if that was only his stomach not agreeing with diner or a proper stomach bug (if it is, I hope I manage to avoid it this time)06:56
oSoMoNhey duflu06:57
oSoMoNseb128, good luck with that, stay away from real-life bugs!06:57
seb128duflu, right, same problem as always, they don't have a big userbase so we are usually the first to throw the code to enough users to see the issues reported06:57
seb128oSoMoN, thx, trying!06:58
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jibeltkamppeter_, did you talk to upstream about bug 1789184 ? It makes no sense to me to not release it in Cosmic until Cosmic is release.07:17
ubot5bug 1789184 in HPLIP "toolbox.py crashed with AttributeError in initUI(): 'DevMgr5' object has no attribute 'DiagnoseQueueAction'" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/178918407:17
jibelAlso it's on the ISO and cannot be fixed by an SRU after the release07:18
didrocksseb128: will do in a bit ;)07:18
didrocksam I really the one one experiecing it in a up to date cosmic ?07:19
didrocks(with Xorg, our default, ofc)07:19
didrocksseb128: FYI: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gdm/issues/42907:33
gitbotGNOME issue 429 in gdm "Regression in 3.30.1 (from 3.30.0): gnome-shell process in gdm is spiking at 100% once logged in" [Opened]07:33
willcookemorning all.  No water and no internet this morning.07:44
willcookeInternet fixed at least.  Turned if off and back on again.07:45
popeyA future in IT Support awaits you willcooke07:46
didrockshey willcooke07:47
dufluMorning willcooke, popey07:48
oSoMoNhello IT^Wwillcooke07:48
seb128didrocks, thx07:51
seb128hey willcooke popey07:52
seb128didrocks, no cpu/gdm issue here, willcooke had some problems getting the greeter to display until he switched vt but that sounds different07:52
didrocksyeah, it sounds quite different07:55
* didrocks opens the FFe for gsconnect new snapshot07:55
didrockshep Laney08:02
Laneyhap hoooo08:03
dufluhip Laney08:06
oSoMoNhop hop hop08:07
willcookeRAOF, hihi!  This colord log spam... every time I resume the machine its adding a hundred lines or so of SNMP "stuff" to the logs.  Google suggests that colord has a dep on SNMP libs - that can't be right can it?!  Is there anything we can do to stop the log spamming?08:07
* duflu forgot he was also annoyed by that08:07
jibelI've a ghost auth dialog on the screen, annoying08:10
didrocksseb128: FYI, I repinged k_envandine on the hub this time about the snap icon not matching Suru team (the team feels that despite opening topics on the snapcraft forum, they aren't really supported on that one)08:11
didrockssomething to track IMHO before release08:11
didrocks(don't know if we open a bug and where for this, as it's a snap and pings on the forum doesn't seem to work well…)08:11
RAOF<freenode_wil "RAOF, hihi!  This colord log spa"> Hm. I see that too. I'll try disabling colord-sane and see if that silences it.08:14
willcookeRAOF, thanks!08:14
willcookedamn it, now I can't get cosmic to fail any more08:14
willcookegdm works every time08:14
dufluwillcooke, I wonder if you still had 3.29 installed and/or hadn't rebooted with 3.30 when logging that bug?08:15
willcookeduflu, it's possible I guess, but I've certainly rebooted that machine a lot of times08:17
willcookeI think I will reinstall again08:17
seb128didrocks, k, I would say that snap/suru icon is not trivial to solve and a low priority item at this point, sorry for the sure team if they feel like ignored but not much we can dp09:09
seb128we have more important problem with fontconfig cache version/startup time and theming still not working for most apps09:10
seb128and portals to land09:10
didrocksseb128: well, we can at least answer there are some investigation on it before they ping 4 times and wait for an additional 10 days09:11
didrockstelling there are also other things we manage09:11
seb128they are not center of the world, we have ten of thousands of bugs sitting without reply for years09:11
seb128sorry, didn't mean it to be worded that strongly09:11
didrocksyeah, but they are contributors, who devoted a lot of time for our default look09:11
seb128but yeah, welcome to reality, we are busy and they issue is a low priority one09:11
seb128I appreciate that09:12
seb128but there is only so much we can do09:12
seb128we struggle with release blockers issues atm09:12
didrocksbut if not answering in 20 days and 4 pings is ok, that's fine, unsure why I try to mitigate and help there09:12
didrocksanyway, "not my pb", topic closed09:12
seb128thanks for caring and raised it though09:12
willcookeI'll ask Ken to give them a general update on what's going on.  It's fair that we at least ack their request, even if the answer is "sorry, cant help right now"09:13
didrocksdoesn't seem I should have raised it, but meh09:13
willcooketjaalton, thanks for the xorg upload.09:13
willcookedidrocks, it's good that you raised it, thank you.  The solution is simply better communication.  That doesnt need to take us long to do, just need to do it.09:14
willcooke(easier said than done though :) )09:15
didrocksthat was all that I was asking for, but it seems not widely shared, anyway…09:15
seb128I also think we need to somewhat set up expectations09:15
seb128it's not realistic that people expect us to be responsive on everything09:15
seb128I don't even manage to get people from our team to reply to me on trello cards pings or bugs assigned :p09:15
didrocksdepending on who… I don't think it's a healthy state though that you don't get answer09:16
seb128I'm just saying, that icon issue is minor09:17
seb128they shouldn't expect us to be top responsive to every single of their minor issues, we do what we can but we are busy09:18
willcookeKen has an email which lays out exactly what they're working on and the state.  That probably has enough info in to show why things are not P1 on his list.  I'll speak to him later about posting that on the hub or something.09:18
willcookeIf we share that info then people can see what's in front of them in the queue09:19
willcookethat will show what seb128 says about it being fairly minor in comparison with the bigger fish.09:19
willcookeGive a sense of scale09:19
willcookeFresh install of Cosmic from last nights ISO boots to GDM first time.09:42
willcookemaybe its fixed09:42
willcookedarn races09:42
seb128Laney, thx for doing that n-m update, I had it on my todo backlog but was struggling to get to it, nice to see it didn't miss cosmic :)09:46
seb128also nice to see that version lists items from the unapproved queue, I forgot it was doing that and even indicating them with a (Q) :)09:47
Laneyseb128: nm, it fixes the crash that w_illcooke and I and probably others were having (silently, since it doesn't cause apport errors at all for some reason)09:54
seb128did you manage to reproduce?09:54
Laneyyeah on the other laptop too09:54
seb128well I guess I could try myself to sig11 it09:54
seb128I'm curious of why is apport not triggering09:55
Laneyright maybe try to kill -SEGV it, see if that doesn't apport either09:55
Laneythe systemd unit has the hardening stuff enabled09:55
Laneythat would be my first suspicion as a cause09:55
Laneywho did the Q thing? you?09:55
Laneynice feature :>09:55
seb128I think it was robert a while ago09:56
seb128indeed :)09:56
Laneyseb128: can you help with gjs/s390x removals in a bit please? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gjs/+bug/179472110:14
ubot5Ubuntu bug 1794721 in gjs (Ubuntu) "Remove gjs from s390x" [Undecided,Confirmed]10:14
Laneywe should get the new one in sooner rather than later imho10:14
Laneygoing to upload ostree to get it off that list first though10:15
willcookeok, new install of cosmic from yesterday, added proposed, rebooted - the gdm problem is back10:17
* duflu -> dinner10:18
seb128Laney, yeah, I saw your comment on the hub but wanted to check rdepends etc before doing anything and day went by before I had time to look at it again10:20
seb128willcooke, :/10:20
Laneyok well I'll upload it, you do whatever checking you want whenever you can10:21
LaneyI just want a yes in principle so it doesn't end up not happening10:21
seb128k, I'm having a look in a bit10:21
seb128it's fine, +1 from me10:22
seb128well I mean deleting gjs on s390x is +110:22
seb128I don't know enough about that late mozjs version change to have an opinion on that, out that it feels late so yeah if we do it the sooner the better10:23
Laneycan't not be done really, security thangs and all10:23
seb128k, so let's do it! :)10:25
* Laney roars10:26
willcookeLaney, oh noez:10:30
willcookeOct  3 11:25:23 test-Inspiron-3137 dbus-daemon[868]: [session uid=123 pid=868] Successfully activated service 'org.freedesktop.portal.IBus'10:30
willcookeOct  3 11:25:23 test-Inspiron-3137 kernel: [    9.303956] show_signal_msg: 28 callbacks suppressed10:30
willcookeOct  3 11:25:23 test-Inspiron-3137 kernel: [    9.303959] NetworkManager[484]: segfault at 18 ip 00007f39b9dd72d9 sp 00007ffed7021000 error 4 in libc-2.28.so[7f39b9d65000+171000]10:30
willcookeOct  3 11:25:23 test-Inspiron-3137 kernel: [    9.303968] Code: e9 57 fb ff ff 48 89 5c 24 30 49 39 f7 74 5a 49 8b 71 28 4c 89 48 20 48 89 70 28 49 89 41 28 48 8b 70 28 48 89 46 20 4c 89 ce <48> 8b 7e 18 e9 1a f7 ff ff 48 81 7c 24 28 ff 03 00 00 48 8b 5c 2410:30
willcookedid you new version hit proposed yet?10:31
willcookek, ignore10:31
seb128jibel, https://trello.com/c/NO4od6Pv/44-optimise-gnome-software-startup-time is one of the card we failed to triage/move in Brussel because you were at another meeting and the rest of the team didn't know what to do with it, can you update as fit?10:36
seb128jibel, oh, and https://trello.com/c/P0QWFNyr/28-add-snap-support-to-autopkgtest is probably for next cycle now?10:36
RAOFwillcooke: So, `chmod -x /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/colord-sane` removes the SNMP spam (and partially replaces it with “can't spawn colord-sane” spam, but that's somewhat expected)10:38
willcookeRAOF, ah, interesting10:39
willcookeI would test, but machine is in a special state right now10:39
willcookeRAOF, is that something which can be fixed in the packaging, or is it a hack?10:39
RAOFThat's a hack. Although it was possible in the past to disable colord-sane via configuration file.10:40
RAOFBut what this suggests is that libsane is spewing SNMP errors during probing.10:40
willcookewhat is it using SNMP for?  Finding network scanners or something?10:41
* willcooke thought he'd seen the last of MIB files about 10 years ago10:41
RAOFBecause madness it's also possible that it's not libsane, but a sane plugin that's doing the SNMP.10:42
willcookeShould I go and bother sane maintainers?10:42
RAOFI think that'd be a reasonable port of call.10:42
willcookeack, thx10:42
RAOFsane does not exactly have the best reputation here; colord-sane is a separate binary because when the main colord daemon linked to sane directly various sane plugins would leak fds until colord crashed (because of Ubuntu hardening; on Debian it would just consume 100% CPU)10:44
seb128willcooke, I'm cleaning up our current board by moving cards to the next cycle one now10:46
seb128so we can focus on the direct line to getting 18.10 out10:47
willcookeseb128, ace, thanks10:47
seb128most of the work which isn't targetted to get 18.10 out in shape can be postponed at this point imho10:47
seb128didrocks, jibel, do you consider https://trello.com/c/mAIfBwox/225-new-installer-investigations as being the initial investigation/to be closed before the planning sprint/this cycle? or a card to carry over for next cycle?10:50
xnoxLaney, seb128: +2 on purging gjs from s390x. it has been escalated multiple times to IBM that it is in a poor state, and out of scope.10:54
Laneyescalated by who?10:54
Laneynot sure why they are bothered either way10:55
xnoxLaney, we sent requests to IBM toolchain team about, via our current engagement.10:55
xnoxLaney, i think the reply was "is it used by nodejs?"10:55
Laneyoh, then not sure why *you* were bothered :P10:55
Laneyseems mozilla don't test spidermonkey on s390x though ;-)10:56
xnoxanother ibm wanted to run firefox =) and i'm like.... yo.... talked to your mates.... or better don't do it....10:56
seb128Laney, I still didn't look at it, but did you check if there as simple as removing gjs or if there are other packages using it to delete as well?10:57
LaneyI put a list on the bug10:57
Laneyit could be wrong in some way though, hopefully britney will give a more definitive one10:58
xnoxLaney, seed-webkit2 ?11:24
xnoxnevermind, that one never built11:24
Laneyprobably easier to see what proposed-migration says11:27
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didrocksseb128: yes, this is basically the "goal to deliver a slidedeck for Will to present at the planning sprint"12:14
didrocks(we still need to finish the time estimation as the plan changed)12:15
seb128didrocks, k, what I though, I kept it on the trello from this cycle, thx!12:16
didrocksand deeper investigation in curtin and so on while we are at it12:16
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jbichaseb128: kenvandine: Security grudgingly approved bug 1750069 for cosmic only13:03
ubot5bug 1750069 in xdg-desktop-portal-gtk (Ubuntu) "[MIR] xdg-desktop-portal-gtk" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/175006913:03
kenvandinejbicha: thx13:06
seb128jbicha, thx, launchpad do send emails, no need to proxy bugs comments on IRC though :)13:07
seb128(I saw it/mentioned it earlier)13:07
jbichado we want it as a depends or recommends from ubuntu-desktop once MIR is fully approved?13:09
seb128that needs a ffe btw13:09
seb128recommends should be good enough?13:10
seb128you don't have to use snaps/flatpaks on Ubuntu13:10
kenvandineI'll file a ffe for it today13:12
* bcurtiswx waves and goes back into hibernation13:12
kenvandinehey bcurtiswx13:12
bcurtiswxhope ya'll are doing OK, it's been too long13:12
willcooketkamppeter_, hi! Did anything change in xenial re: the printing stack?13:21
seb128k, I tried to cherry pick a gtk commit as a patch using gbp pq rebase/git cherry-pick -x <id>/gbp pq export --no-patch-numbers13:44
seb128that's a fail13:44
seb128well the patch is there but it did a stack of random formatting changes to other patches :/13:44
seb128how do I undo those?13:44
Laneylike updating the indexes?13:45
seb128like removing "-# Patches not in Debian" from debian/patches/series13:45
Laneyyeah, topic is gbp pq's way of doing that13:46
Laneyif you do git add -p you can just add the bits you care about to the commit13:46
seb128and then how can I tell it to discard the other ones from the "staging"?13:47
Laneyafter committing, git reset --hard13:47
seb128is there a command that auto-magically take the changelog diff to suggest a git commit msg?13:50
seb128ah, thx13:52
Laney-e to edit it13:52
seb128same as with bzr :p13:52
Laneyyep it works with most vcs13:52
seb128is git tag signing really bringing value?14:10
* seb128 finds those annoying, get prompted more than I would like when doing updates14:11
seb128(unsure why the agent doesn't catch those sometme for me also)14:11
LaneyI like that we have an indication that you can trust in git that the tag corresponds to the archive's upload14:15
* Laney is building a new desktop iso now so people can test if the xorg-server fix worked14:15
seb128I'm unsure to understand how the signing provide more trust14:16
seb128you need to be able to commit to tag right?14:16
seb128what sort of errors/attack does it prevent to sign?14:16
Laneywherever you get the tag from you know it is good14:18
seb128k, I need to read about this14:20
Laneyit means you don't have to trust the place you are getting the commits from14:21
seb128I've a feel of why it's useful for but not really a concrete one, it still looks like to me it that it protects from temperring with a tag but if someone gets access to vcs with the intend to screw things in there I feel like we have other problems14:22
seb128well, we don't sign commits though14:22
seb128so nothing tells me than the content staged since the previous upload didn't get screwed14:22
Laneyindeed, that's the uploader's review14:23
Laneythat is what you are signing14:23
seb128I see14:23
seb128gnome-control-center$ git checkout pristine-tar14:25
seb128error: pathspec 'pristine-tar' did not match any file(s) known to git.14:25
seb128git grrr :)14:25
* seb128 googles on what he did wrong this time14:25
seb128I guess I need to -b pristine-tar pristine-tar right?14:25
seb128sometime that seems to be implicit/work out of the box and sometime not14:26
seb128-b pristine-tar origin/pristine-tar14:26
seb128I mean14:26
Laneyif you use gbp clone it sets that up for you14:27
seb128ah, I probably used git in that case14:27
seb128I just want to fix/update the pristine-tar from debian :/14:27
seb128my local copy is 1 commit ahead 4 behind from the remote one, I probably did something wrong14:28
seb128$ git pull salsa pristine-tar14:28
seb128Depuis https://salsa.debian.org/gnome-team/gnome-control-center14:28
seb128 * branch            pristine-tar -> FETCH_HEAD14:28
seb128warning: Cannot merge binary files: gnome-control-center_3.30.0.orig.tar.xz.delta (HEAD vs. 24ecec67bc2fe60204daefdbfe6fd276250f5632)14:28
seb128or maybe that's not me, I'm not the one that did 3.30 :p14:28
seb128sorry team, but I'm going to let that in a buggy state for now I think14:31
seb128I've a long todo still for this week and it's over my git foo to sort that out14:31
seb128how did you do it?14:34
Laneyin salsa/pristine-tar, I did "git merge -s ours lp/pristine-tar"14:34
Laneythen pushed to lp and salsa14:34
seb128is that a case where it diverged because people did the same update on both side in an independent way?14:35
seb128upstream/latest has a similar issue I guess14:35
seb128though a git pull leads to a merge in that case14:36
seb128unsure if that's the right thing to do though?14:36
Laneyyes, see ee7d28708 and 6c73a425314:36
seb128k, makes sense14:36
Laneythis won't happen once we unleash The Plan14:37
willcookethanks for the fix zyga14:40
zygawillcooke: I'm sorry for missing this in the first place!14:40
zygahappy I could help though14:40
willcookezyga, nw!14:40
zygaI was worried this is some deeper kernel voodoo14:40
seb128Laney, what about upstream/latest, should I commit the merge than a git pull gives me?14:41
LaneyI would rather merge the ubuntu one into salsa/upstream/latest and then push that to lp and salsa14:42
Laneywell, I don't know what result that merge is giving you14:42
Laneysomething like "git checkout -b salsa-upstream-latest salsa/upstream/latest && git merge origin/upstream/latest"14:43
Laneythen check "git diff salsa/upstream/latest" to make sure it is empty and push to salsa and origin14:43
LaneyI assume "salsa" refers to salsa and "origin" to launchpad, adjust if that is not true14:44
seb128it does14:45
seb128that git diff is empty14:46
Laneyhopefully stop having to do this weird stuff soon14:47
* Laney needs to send ze email14:47
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seb128k, did it14:52
seb128I hope I didn't screw something up again14:52
Laneylooks good here14:53
seb128great, thx :)14:54
Laneydon't forget upstream/3.30.114:54
seb128of course clicking "merge" in the salsa web UI doesn't get those14:59
seb128needs to add the remote from andy to my vcs now I guess to fetch the tag and push it14:59
andyrockseb128: thanks for the reviews <315:12
seb128andyrock, yw!15:13
didrocksdo-release-upgrade -d doesn't work from bionic15:18
didrockstelling not running latest supported version (which is false)15:18
didrockslet me ask bdmurray on -devel15:19
jbichadidrocks: did you tell it to notify you of any Ubuntu version, not just LTS?15:20
didrocksjbicha: I just run it manually with -d ^15:20
jbicharight but that will pull from http://changelogs.ubuntu.com/meta-release-lts-development15:20
didrocksI wasn't expecting that setting to have an impact there15:20
didrocksbut it seems it does, indeed15:20
didrocksthanks jbicha15:20
jbichabut you need http://changelogs.ubuntu.com/meta-release-development15:20
didrocksah, and I do have the appstream failure now15:23
seb128Laney, btw gjs/s390x list of binaries removed15:27
* Laney whips the release team15:28
jbichaseb128: could you remove mozjs60 too if you didn't already?15:39
jbichaon s390x15:39
seb128what's the rational?15:40
jbichathe same reason. mozjs60 fails so many tests on s390x that we don't think mozjs60 runs on that arch. It's the reason we're removing gjs/s390x15:40
jbichaDebian bug 90953615:41
ubot5Debian bug 909536 in src:mozjs60 "mozjs60: FTBFS on s390x: around 80% of tests crash" [Serious,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/90953615:41
jbichait's blocking mozjs60 60.2.1-1 in -proposed since the earlier upload ignored those test failures15:43
Laneythere's a new iso btw15:49
seb128oh, nice, thanks Laney!15:49
Laneyin case virtualbox friends want to test virtualbox things15:49
seb128jibel might15:49
didrocksTrevinho: is there anyway to tell G-S to reload remotely?15:49
seb128jbicha, done15:52
jibelLaney, what's new in this image?15:52
Laney xorg that is supposed to fix the things15:53
jibeli'll try it15:54
didrocksTrevinho: it seems that one idea would be to run on the eval dbus call: eval("Meta.restart(_('Restarting…'))")15:57
willcookeTrevinho, thanks for looking at that u/s gdm issue15:57
willcookeLaney, I'll download and try15:57
didrocks(need to check for wayland compositor first though)15:57
willcookejibel, Laney: First attempt, corrupted display, switching tty and back fixed it.  Attempt #2: I get a log in prompt.16:15
willcookea gdm prompt I should say16:15
willcookeit's better, but not sure if it's quite right yet16:16
willcookeattempt 3, gdm again16:16
willcookeignore #2 and #316:16
willcookethe ISO had popped out16:16
Laneyyou should probably tell tjaalton and/or Trevinho16:17
willcookeLaney, ack16:17
willcooketjaalton, https://imgur.com/a/oxOHdyu16:19
willcookejibel, Trevinho ^16:19
willcookeFWIW, nomodeset still fixes it16:28
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willcookeHm, new ISO Ubiquity seems very crashy18:35
willcookeSuddenly seeing this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/167664718:36
ubot5Error: ubuntu bug 1676647 not found18:36
sarnoldFound label 'Ubuntu-Studio 17.04 _Zesty Zapus_ - Beta amd64 (20170321)'18:38
willcookethats the bug it told me had already been reported, I dont believe it any more :)18:39
willcookethis is a network manager / Ubiquity thing18:39
sarnoldyeah :) I'm willing to say you found a new one :) hehe18:39
xnoxa zapus appears in your path18:44
willcookeNew bug for tomorrow18:46
willcookeBug #179595518:46
ubot5bug 1795955 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "Ubiquity crashed while trying to connect to wifi" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/179595518:47
tjaaltonwillcooke: restart virtualbox.. helped on windows. i had the same with bionic guest18:49
sarnoldI love how systemd shoves its inane chatter in the middle of the kernel inspecting ACPI tables.. somehow I doubt it's started CUPS before node 0 is brought up..18:49
sarnoldis this syslog like seven or eight boots that happened all at the same "time" and thus have had their log entries intermixed?18:51
willcooketjaalton, testing18:51
willcookesarnold, it's a live session if that makes any difference18:52
willcooketjaalton, oh, are you talking about the corrupted graphics, or this ubiquity thing?18:53
willcookeI restarted virtual box and the graphics corruption is still there.18:56
willcookeThe ubiquiuty issue is on real hardware18:57
tjaaltonwillcooke: corruption18:57
Laneywillcooke: Oct  3 18:38:06 ubuntu NetworkManager[1076]: malloc(): corrupted unsorted chunks 318:59
Laneythat's probably the same ol NM bug18:59
willcookehi Laney, bye Laney19:03
willcooketjaalton, yeah, didnt help19:03
willcookeimma try and reboot19:04
willcookeright, I give up for tonigth19:11
willcooketry again tomorrow19:11
willcookenight all19:11
jbichaseb128: don't work too late, but if you're around, I see that the Trello 1904-cycle card doesn't look like it's under the Ubuntu Desktop team21:48

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