lubot<HMollerCl> hi, I'm having a very strange issue in one of my test machine. Wifi and sound stopped working.00:02
wxldoes it persist on reboot?00:03
lubot<HMollerCl> tried with today live and same issue. I have dual boot with win xp, it works ok.00:03
lubot<HMollerCl> when y type sudo, nothing happens.00:03
lubot<HMollerCl> any ideas where to look? I alway forget where are the logs00:04
wxlguiverc: you done any testing today?00:04
wxl /var/log00:04
wxlor you could get systemd to give you logs00:04
guivercnot lubuntu related  (about to finish one very soon)00:04
wxlok well make sure to check wifi/sound when you do00:05
lubot<HMollerCl> wxl: in var/log latest timestamp is from 31 march00:05
lubot<teward001> @tsimonq2 [It didn't break it before :P], well international characters are a pain in the ass, and I don't have the config you were using before because of someone's stupidity 😛00:05
lubot<teward001> and I didn't write that config :P00:05
wxlwth weird00:05
wxli've never heard of anything like that before!00:05
guivercokay i'll update iso & test on laptops later00:05
lubot<HMollerCl> @wxl [<wxl> wth weird], I thought I might have broke my installation, but with todays live is same issue.  MAYBE IS A KERNEL ISSUE00:06
lubot<HMollerCl> (sorry for casp lock)00:06
wxlbut why that wouldn't log...... i don't get that00:06
wxlif it's a kernel issue it should be an issue with other flavors so that might be something to try00:06
lubot<kc2bez> Every startup or shutdown should generate log entries at the very least.00:07
lubot<HMollerCl> @wxl [<wxl> if it's a kernel issue it should be an issue with other flavors so that mi …], just find date/time is wrong set. maybe that's the issue00:07
wxlthat shouldn't be so destructive but might explain the weird timestamps00:07
wxlsudo, wifi, sound should all still work00:08
wxlssl would be hosed00:08
teward@tsimonq2 wtfh you know what's stupid00:08
tewardapparently copy-paste breaks encodings :/00:08
wxlyou are?00:08
tewardwxl: I'mma taser you for that00:08
tewardin a specific area that is very uncomfortable00:09
wxltoo late, i already won the battle :)00:09
lubot<HMollerCl> @wxl [<wxl> you are?], yes00:09
* wxl pats teward's head00:09
tewardwxl: shush00:09
tewardhad a long day00:09
* Eickmeyer sprinkles bacteria on whatever teward is eating00:10
tewardEickmeyer: joke's on you i'm already eating bacteria.  Acidophilus-enhanced milk (because a gut bug)00:10
tewardso you're only HELPING me here00:10
EickmeyerWho said I was doing it maliciously? ;)00:11
* teward injects more bacteria into Eickmeyer's yogurt00:12
* teward waits for more cottage cheese00:12
EickmeyerOm nom nom nom...00:13
lubot<teward001> @tsimonq2 should work now, so shush.00:13
lubot<teward001> stupid windows encoding copying with putty due to a full disk clone on my normal laptop00:13
lubot<HMollerCl> wxl: https://pastebin.com/bKPZsENL00:22
lubot<HMollerCl> abstract: [   60.096344] BUG: unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference at 000000000000000000:22
lubot<HMollerCl> that's with dmesg00:22
wxloh wow00:22
lubot<HMollerCl> any ideas on how/where to proceed?00:23
wxli'd start searching 00:23
wxlstarting maybe with launchpad00:23
lubot<HMollerCl> that should be ubuntu?00:25
wxlwelllll it could be filed anywhere so i'd just search in launchpad00:25
lubot<HMollerCl> I found some, but are form a year ago, not sure is same issue. I mean, I  blame kernel 500:26
lubot<HMollerCl> will boot with another kernel and see00:28
lubot<HMollerCl> yes, Kernel issue 4.19 work ok00:33
wxl@tsimonq2: is it normal that we'd be getting a new kernel this late in the cycle???00:36
tewardwxl: AIUI, no, but that'd be a kernel team question...00:37
lubot<tsimonq2> @wxl [<wxl> @tsimonq2: is it normal that we'd be getting a new kernel this late in the …], Yes00:37
tewardwait really?00:38
lubot<tsimonq2> I've seen new kernels the day before release00:38
lubot<HMollerCl> @tsimonq2 [I've seen new kernels the day before release], but a big change like 4 to 5?00:38
lubot<tsimonq2> @HMollerCl [but a big change like 4 to 5?], Yeah00:41
lubot<tsimonq2> The bump from 4 to 5 was kind of arbitrary though00:41
lubot<tsimonq2> Like teward's domain names *shot*00:41
teward*shoots @tsimonq2 and then loots the body*00:41
* Eickmeyer read that as "... and then loses the body"00:44
lubot<kc2bez> Tbf 5 has been in the dailies for a while. I have been running it on my main system and haven't had any issues to date. I have a laptop running it too that has been ok. Everyone's hardware reacts differently though.00:47
lubot<HMollerCl> @kc2bez [Tbf 5 has been in the dailies for a while. I have been running it on my main sys …], that's true, I haven't found a similar bug00:51
lubot<HMollerCl> wxl: any ideas agains with package to file the bug?00:51
lubot<HMollerCl> I think is linux00:53
lubot<tsimonq2> So wait, it works fine with 4.19 but breaks with 5.0?00:53
lubot<tsimonq2> If you wanna have some fun you could Git bisect it. ;)00:54
lubot<tsimonq2> It's not terribly complicated but it does require *some* knowledge00:54
lubot<tsimonq2> If you decide to go that route, you could report a precise bug and get some real action on it00:55
lubot<HMollerCl> @tsimonq2 [So wait, it works fine with 4.19 but breaks with 5.0?], yes00:59
lubot<HMollerCl> @tsimonq2 [If you decide to go that route, you could report a precise bug and get some real …], If I had time to do it I would.00:59
lubot<tsimonq2> Ok01:00
lubot<HMollerCl> here is the bug filed https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/182291301:04
lubot<HMollerCl> On the weekend I disassembly the notebook, I thought it might be a problem with the physical switch, I broke it trying to fix it :(01:07
lubot<HMollerCl> (wifi switch)01:07
guivercwxl: fyi: thinkpad x201 & sl510 connected to 5ghz & 2.4ghz hidden wifi fine (respectively), sound & media keys all worked great01:08
lubot<HMollerCl> @tsimonq2 [If you wanna have some fun you could Git bisect it. ;)], This git dissect should be done in the computer with problems or can it be done in anyone?11:19
lubot<tsimonq2> @HMollerCl [This git dissect should be done in the computer with problems or can it be done …], The bisect can be done wherever, but it involves testing it11:38
lubot<HMollerCl> @tsimonq2 [The bisect can be done wherever, but it involves testing it], Mmm, I can't test it here but I could look some things. Any readings I could use? Or how to Google them?11:41
lubot<tsimonq2> :)  https://git-scm.com/docs/git-bisect11:47
lubot<HMollerCl> apparently is dupe of https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1821564 there are the instructions for bisecting. As soon as I have time I will do it, but I think it will be no sooner than the weekend.12:53
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [T36: Fix full disk encryption on BIOS systems.] apt-ghetto (apt-ghetto) commented on the task: https://phab.lubuntu.me/T36#35516:51
lynoriandid the python3-rtd-theme package get installed?17:37
lubot<tsimonq2> ``` … $ sudo apt -y install python3-rtd-theme … Reading package lists... Done … Building dependency tree … Reading state information... Done … E: Unable to locate package python3-rtd-theme```17:40
lubot<teward001> the python3-sphinx-rtd-theme was installed yes17:43
lubot<tsimonq2> Actually17:43
lubot<teward001> but not python3-rtd-theme17:43
lubot<tsimonq2> python3-sphinx-rtd-theme is already the newest version (0.2.4-1).17:43
lubot<teward001> i did it myself :P17:43
lubot<tsimonq2> Yeah17:43
lubot<tsimonq2> @teward001 [the python3-sphinx-rtd-theme was installed yes], Jinx!17:43
lubot<lynorian> oops sorry wrong package name just got up17:43
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [T36: Fix full disk encryption on BIOS systems.] kc2bez (Dan Simmons) commented on the task: https://phab.lubuntu.me/T36#35618:11
teward*gives @lynorian coffee*18:23
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [T36: Fix full disk encryption on BIOS systems.] apt-ghetto (apt-ghetto) commented on the task: https://phab.lubuntu.me/T36#35718:39
lynoriannow comes the hard part for what builds the manual with the extension wxl told me about is I need this https://github.com/sphinxcontrib-versioning-ng/sphinxcontrib-versioning the PYPi version is broken with newer versions of sphinx19:34
tewardlynorian: are we saying that we have to install this manually/by-hand?19:41
tewardif the PyPI version is busted with newer sphinx what says the master branch works?19:42
lubot<teward001> especially since its CI is failing perpetually19:43
lynorianugh I should have looked into that 19:43
lubot<teward001> appveyor looks like its succeeding but its Travis setup is botched something nasty19:44
lubot<teward001> not sure if code related CI failure or just Travis crap19:44
lynorianteward: the travis seems like it isn't even checking the code in19:46
tewardyeah it does, but i also can't confirm later python compat beyond 3.519:46
tewardthe server has 3.619:47
tewardso not sure if it's the Python version or the Sphinx version breaking19:47
tewardlynorian: i can TRY and install that manually if you want...19:47
lynorianI only have it working locally19:48
lynorianon   Installed: 3.6.7-1~18.1019:48
tewardthat's 18.1019:49
tewardmanual server is 18.0419:49
lynorianI might need to find one of my 18.04 test installs and make sure it works19:50
tewardi don't think it works OOTB19:50
lynoriansigh this is frustrating now I might need the other solution of read the docs hosting ... 20:16
tewardisn't RTD self-hostable?20:34
lynorianteward:  it is but at the meeting remember elasticsearch stuff you don't want to set up?20:37
tewardyou mean the stuff I might set up anyways?20:37
lubot<lynorian> ok20:37
tewardif the other mechanism of manual building is not usable20:37
tewardi'll look into this20:37
tewardES as a cluster can be *large* but if absolutely necessary I'll deploy it20:38
teward*bookmarks RTD installation data for himself to smoke-test localy*20:38
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [T37: Look into deploying RTD and its corresponding ES cluster to host Manual] teward (Thomas Ward) just created this task: https://phab.lubuntu.me/T3720:38
tewardthat was supposed to be a private phab task xD20:39
teward(there's an infra project on Phab that I've been using to track Infra related tasks)20:39
tewardso the only headache here is...21:07
tewardRTD uses Docker containers for its build envs21:07
lubot<teward001> i'll need to tweak some container security settings to get the Docker parts installed21:08
lubot<teward001> ES is a separate beast for search :/21:08
lubot<teward001> but i'll look into that stuff once i'm home.21:08
lynorianthanks teward21:09

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