kenvandineamurray: PR submitted for communitheme-light https://github.com/ubuntu/yaru/pull/156801:52
gitbotubuntu issue (Pull request) 1568 in yaru "When building with communitheme_compat, link the light variant" [Open]01:52
kenvandineamurray: thanks for using the communitheme :)01:53
amurraykenvandine: if I wasn't such a curmudgeon I would have upgraded my bionic install already but in the meantime it's the only way to get recent yaru goodness03:26
amurraykenvandine: thanks for making it awesome'03:27
jameshyou could always pin the yaru-theme-gtk package from a newer release03:29
amurrayjamesh: true03:33
kenvandinehey jamesh03:57
jameshhi kenvandine04:04
amurraykenvandine: I can confirm the new candidate build of gtk-common-themes works with communitheme-dark - will wait on your new PR landing for -light - thanks again05:19
oSoMoNgood morning desktoppers06:05
dufluMorning oSoMoN06:05
oSoMoNhey duflu06:09
didrocksgood morning06:14
dufluHi didrocks06:16
didrockshey duflu06:16
RikMillsLaney etc al. Kubuntu manual partition seems ok with new ubiquity. Thanks for the fix :)06:21
RikMills*et al06:21
jibelRikMills, yw06:27
dufluMorning jibel06:29
dufluAnd good morning Wimpress06:29
jibelhi duflu and all06:29
didrockshey Wimpress06:29
oSoMoNsalut didrocks06:30
oSoMoNhey Wimpress06:30
oSoMoNsalut jibel06:30
didrockshey oSoMoN06:32
dupondjeoSoMoN: thanks for checking that Thunderbird Dictionary bug :)06:34
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clobranokenvandine, hey thanks for the PR07:07
clobranoand, hello everyone 0/07:07
seb128gooood morning desktopers07:08
dufluMorning seb12807:14
seb128hey duflu, how are you?07:14
dufluseb128, going well, and busy. Three of my release bugs require simultaneous attention today ;)07:15
dufluHow are you seb128?07:15
seb128duflu, I'm good!07:15
seb128duflu, the fftw3 issue is weird, the source didn't change and it started failing :-/07:15
didrockshey seb12807:16
seb128also it's armhf only07:16
seb128hey didrocks, how are you?07:16
didrocksI'm fine, thanks, you?07:16
dufluseb128, yeah I am digging deeper so won't confuse the situation by posting any guesses right now07:16
seb128didrocks, jibel, how do you watch zfs related issues? I crossed a bunch yesterday when triaging recent report and subscribed you, unsure if that works for you or if you would prefer tagging or something else instead?07:17
seb128duflu, k07:17
seb128didrocks, I'm good :)07:17
didrocksseb128: yeah, that's fine for me. However, for the installer ones, those are mostly dups07:17
didrocksand we have annoying users when you repeat the same thing over and over again on bugs :/07:17
didrocksbut otherwise, feel free to subscribe us, that's helpful07:17
seb128good, thx07:18
dufluseb128, I did however spend half the weekend finding my armhf hardware is now too old to be useful07:19
jibelseb128, i'm tracking installer related components on lp. you can  always subscribe me too07:19
dufluSo that was interesting07:19
seb128jibel, hey, good :)07:19
seb128duflu, :-/ we have those canonistack instance which are handy07:20
dufluYeah. I also have a working VM.07:20
seb128duflu, I'm not sure if that armhf issue is worth spending too much time on though07:20
seb128I wonder if building with O1 would make a difference/be a workaround07:20
dufluI may be able to propose a fix "quickly" based on what I have seen. But will take time to confirm07:20
seb128so I did a daliy install yesterday using custom partitioning07:22
seb128the details screen listed 0Mb partition in between each real partition which looked a bit weird, I wonder if that's a new issue or normal behaviour I never noticied/didn't remember (I also have more partitions on that test machine now than I had before so maybe that makes a difference)07:23
dufluAlso good news - eoan seems to have fixed a touchpad bug on a laptop I thought was faulty till now07:23
seb128duflu, ah, nice when bugs autoresolve themselves with updates :)07:24
dufluYeah everyone hopes for it but really it practically never happens07:24
seb128didrocks, jibel, do you also watch zfs-utils? e.g bug #1847325 got reported that sound like installer issue07:25
ubot5bug 1847325 in zfs-linux (Ubuntu) "ZFS Installer refuses to install the boot loader on both disks" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184732507:25
didrocksyou mean zfs-linux?07:26
jibelseb128, yes and it's our friend again07:26
didrocksbut yeah, this is the dup07:26
seb128didrocks, obviously :p07:26
seb128ah, you made a friend? nice :)07:26
didrocksyeah, the one I was referring above ^07:26
didrocksreporting xxx different various of the same issues, or when you explain, reporting a bug to report what you explain when it's not oneā€¦07:27
didrocksor asking when it's going to be released on omgubuntu when you directly told him on the discourse topics few days ago07:27
didrocksa little bit tedious07:28
jibelLaney, hi, do you think the empty /cdrom could explain that there is no kernel on the installed system?07:34
jibelxnox, ^07:34
dufluI hope bug 1845454 gets fixed in time07:35
ubot5bug 1845454 in linux (Ubuntu) "Kernel panic in tpm_ functions when booting kernel 5.3 in Ubuntu 19.10 (but 5.2 works)" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184545407:35
didrocksit looks for kernel in the casper_path, so sounds like it07:36
jibelduflu, don't really have a choice, it's a showstopper for the release IMHO07:36
dufluI would agree. Seems to be a minority of machines, but still a lot of machines07:37
dufluAnyway, Seth has a fix proposed already07:37
didrocksweird that ubiquity doesn't fail on not being able to copy a kernel though07:37
jibelduflu, yeah just recent Dell machines ;)07:40
seb128who needs a kernel anyway07:42
didrocksindeed, systemd should be enough :)07:44
seb128hey willcooke, how are you? feeling better?07:47
willcookehey seb128, yeah much better than yesterday thanks07:48
seb128and brb, relocating from my morning coffee :)07:49
dufluMorning willcooke07:50
willcookeafternoon duflu07:51
didrockshey willcooke07:52
willcookemorning didrocks07:53
seb128k, back now!08:09
seb128Laney, hey, how are you?08:09
Laneyweird internet problems but here now!!!!08:11
dufluMorning Laney08:12
didrockshey Laney08:12
Laneyhey duflu didrocks08:14
willcookemoin Laney08:14
Laneywhat up willcooke08:15
marcustomlinsonmorning desktopers08:28
dufluHi marcustomlinson08:28
seb128hey marcustomlinson08:30
didrocksmorning marcustomlinson08:38
seb128Trevinho, bonjourno ... what happened, gnome-shell having tarballs on time?! :)08:51
dufluseb128, he was still around in my morning so give him time...08:51
RikMillsdidrocks: I guess flavours should follow suit with this? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-meta/1.43808:52
didrocksRikMills: that's correct, Wimpress as well ^08:53
didrocksRikMills: feel free to hook you in to the bug08:54
RikMillsdidrocks: thanks. I have put that info in #ubuntu-flavors08:54
seb128bah, I just did a daily install but it's not in my grub menu post reboot :/09:45
Trevinhoseb128: hey... Yaz, we pinged florian in various flavors yesterday. It worked šŸ˜…09:45
seb128Trevinho, hey, well done :)09:46
Trevinhoalthough I already found leftover bugs.09:46
Trevinhonothing new, but they were staying there for a while.09:46
seb128when do you travel to ubucon?09:46
Trevinhoand l_aney beated in handling the upgrade this morning, so... we'll get it soon09:47
Trevinhoseb128: now :-).09:47
seb128ah, safe travel!09:47
Trevinhoabout to take off really09:47
seb128did you get the extensions bugfix updates ready?09:47
seb128ah ok09:48
didrocksseb128: missing kernel?09:48
seb128roaming from a plane which is going to take off again? ;)09:48
seb128didrocks, how do I tell?09:48
Trevinhoyes waiting for one more in desktop if we can, for the others I'll upload them in a silo later this afternoon09:48
didrocksseb128: boot a live, mount the system and check its /boot09:49
seb128didrocks, looks like it yes09:49
didrocksI guess you didn't look if your install had the missing /cdrom?09:49
seb128it's a bit unfortunate :p09:49
seb128no, I just fired a daily install09:49
didrocksbut reading ubiquity code, it's really taking it from /cdrom/casper09:49
seb128I wanted to test if the screen turned off during install09:50
didrocksso sounds suspiciously related09:50
seb128which it didn't09:50
didrocksshort install?09:50
seb12815 min ?09:50
seb128also I stayed on the reboot dialog for 10 min while finishing other work on the other computer09:50
didrockshum, mine didn't take that long yesteday09:50
seb128but that was a 'install only', not live session09:50
didrocksI was on a live one09:51
seb128I will try that next09:51
seb128and maybe I get a kernel this time :)09:51
didrockscheck /cdrom!!! :)09:51
seb128will do!09:51
didrocksif it's empty, it's a good opportunity to check the resulting fs09:51
seb128do we have a launchpad bug for the lack of kernel issue?09:52
seb128I don't see one in the recent ubiquity reports09:52
didrocksno, but we don't have one for /cdrom either09:52
jibelI tried but LP keep erroring for me09:52
didrocksso let's confirm if this is the case09:52
jibelit's the same bug09:52
didrocksand if so, I'm happy to open09:52
didrockswhat's the cause of missing /cdrom? Recent casper change? (to know against which package to open the bug)09:53
Laneythe cdrom.mount inclusion09:53
seb128ah, thx09:53
jibeldidrocks, here is the text of the bug I tried to file https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/k65xkq3dPs/09:53
didrocksthx jibel, filing it09:53
seb128Laney, is x_nox the one supposed to look at resolving that?09:54
Laneyyes, he's been pinged about 1000000 times09:54
Laneyand again this morning09:54
Laneyno clear commitment to working on it though, get it rls-ed so that it is noticed in their meeting09:55
didrocksbug #184745709:55
ubot5bug 1847457 in casper (Ubuntu) "No /cdrom mounted on live" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184745709:55
seb128that doesn't seem good enough at this point of the cycle09:55
Laneythat's up to you09:55
seb128willcooke, ^ can you get that escalated to foundation by some way?09:55
* Laney generally hopes we can talk to each other as colleagues09:56
seb128Laney, that would be nice, but seems to not work in this case since we get no traction/reply :/09:56
Laneywell he doesn't seem to be online yet today09:57
WimpressI've subscribed the interested flavours to https://pad.lv/184743109:57
ubot5Launchpad bug 1847431 in ubuntustudio-meta (Ubuntu) "Installing ZFS without network is failing" [Undecided,New]09:57
didrocksWimpress: saw that, thanks!09:58
WimpressAnd let them know in the flavours IRC channel.09:58
Wimpressdidrocks: I have a question for you.09:58
WimpressThe flavours can seed package from outside main.09:58
WimpressWhat do you think about the flavours seeding zsys?09:58
didrocksI see where you are going to :p09:58
didrocksthere is no snapshot "command" to create zsys snapshot (and so, reveal the history menu)09:59
didrockswe can provide some guides09:59
didrockswith manual commands09:59
willcookeseb128, done09:59
didrocksand then, yeah, there are some benefits for zsys09:59
didrocksWimpress: let's say if one flavor, like Mate, does that, it will be great09:59
WimpressOK, cool./09:59
seb128willcooke, thx09:59
didrocksI plan to write blog posts about the benefits of adding zsys next week09:59
didrocksthanks Wimpress09:59
WimpressI think Budgie would be interested too. Probably Ubuntu Studio.10:00
didrocksthat should be fine, we have tests for it10:00
Wimpressdidrocks: Advocacy are happy to assist with blog post review if you want?10:00
didrocksunfortunately, no snapshot command as being descopedā€¦10:00
didrocksWimpress: sounds great!10:00
WimpressWe can also schedule the social posts for any blogs you want to publish.10:00
didrocksI used to have willcooke doing the per-reviewing10:00
didrocksso other eyes are always good10:01
willcookestill happy to review10:01
didrocksgreat ;) I hope to have some starts by Monday EOD (at least pure zfs one, then another one with zsys prepped as well)10:01
seb128xnox, are you around? what's the status of that casper/cdrom problem? should we consider reverting the previous change to unbreak the ISO?10:05
jbichaseb128: can you remove mono from eoan-proposed? it looks like that will fix the libproxy/s390x build10:25
seb128doko, your mono sync in eoan-proposed is failing to build on s390x which create issues/block other things, is that ok to remove it for now?10:34
RikMillsany eyes on this one? LP: #184746911:04
ubot5Launchpad bug 1847469 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "19.10 daily 20191009: amd64 UEFI zfs_install succeeds but cannot boot" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184746911:04
RikMillsI believe that report is from tomreyn ?11:05
didrocksRikMills: sounds like bug #184745711:06
ubot5bug 1847457 in casper (Ubuntu) "No /cdrom mounted on live" [Critical,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184745711:06
RikMillsI wondered, but was not sure11:07
didrockssounds really like it11:07
tomreynRikMills: it is. i just noticed the installer / live system has upgrades available - so it may be PEBKAC11:19
didrockstomreyn: if you don't have the kernel, the issue can be /cdrom which isn't mounted11:22
didrockswe have a revert ready if foundation can't fix it11:22
didrocks(but it's not related to ZFS, it can be on ext4 as well)11:22
tomreyndidrocks: there's been no pending kernel upgrade11:29
didrockstomreyn: maybe I was unclear, the issue of empty grub is probably due to no kernel installed on your target11:31
didrockswhich is itself probably due to /cdrom being empty when installing11:32
didrockshence, if you can double check that the target system has no kernel installed, that would help! :)11:32
tomreyndidrocks: /target/boot/ has vmlinuz-5.3.0-13-generic which is about the size i'd expect11:34
tomreynand thanks for clarifying ;)11:35
didrocksdo you have an initrd as well?11:35
tomreynyes, also expected size. but note that this is a system i just installed after those apt updates, and which i have not tried to reboot to, yet11:35
didrocksah, it's another install?11:36
tomreyni'm just trying to find a way to gather logs before i try rebooting to it11:36
didrocksnot the one you reported?11:36
tomreynnot the one i reported, buut created the say way.11:36
didrocksand grub.cfg is empty?11:36
didrockslike doesn't have any kernel entry?11:36
tomreynno, not empty, it lists the kernel :(11:37
didrockshence why I was asking if it's the same or not :)11:37
tomreynit must have been the grub update then11:37
didrocks /cdrom being empty is racy11:37
didrocksso, it seems that on this install, you got lucky11:37
tomreyni'll try again without upgrading apt, then see if i can rpeorduce and whether kernel is installed but not listed in grub.cfg. but i'll move to #ubuntu+1, don't want to spam here more. sorry for the waste of time.11:39
didrocksno worry! But yeah, look if /cdrom is empty or not before installing11:39
didrocksif empty -> you will probably end up with an unbootable system (because no kernel installed)11:40
didrocksthis is ext4, zfs or whatever partionning option11:40
tomreynthat's /cdrom on the running installer / live system, right?11:40
tomreyndidrocks: one more question: can i just mount /cdrom if it's missing? or will i just need to keep rebooting the installer till it's therE?11:48
tomreyncan't "just mount" since /cdrom is not in fstab (and i'm not sure how i'd do it manually). will keep rebooting.11:50
Laneysystemctl start cdrom.mount11:50
Laney:V V:11:51
Wimpressdidrocks jibel ^ :-)11:57
Laneylaters potaters12:00
Laneysee you tomorrow12:00
didrockssee you Laney!12:00
xnoxseb128:  it's desktop team's responsibility to maintain canary images and the layered livebuild code path; all release products using non-layered codepath are generated and are operating correctly; no you shall not revert the changes in casper & livebuild & livecd-rootfs as that will regress bootability of all the release products.12:08
xnoxseb128:  also, i've spend time unbreaking canary images which were failing to build from source for a long time, even though it's not at all my responsibility to work on it. Your welcome =) at least the livefs builds succeed now.12:09
xnoxseb128:  however initrds for them still do not appear to be generated with the correct environment, as they must provide unique uuid build stamp to operate correctly as expected by ubuntu-cdimage & casper12:10
xnoxseb128:  unless you are about the new casper bug, empty /cdrom. Yes if things are broken revert that.12:13
* xnox ponders how come I am testing this wrong, am I the only one using an actual CDROM?!12:15
sergiusensxnox: surprised you still have one of those around!12:16
xnoxnah reproducible completely12:18
* xnox ponders life12:18
jibelWimpress, awesome :)12:27
seb128xnox, hey, sorry I was at lunch, ack on what you wrote, I was speaking about empty /cdrom only today12:47
ricotzseb128, hi :), vala updates are prepared in salsa12:47
seb128ricotz, hey, ok, I will review/sponsor in a bit12:48
ricotzthank you12:48
ricotz0.44.9 for eoan and 0.46.3 for sid12:48
xnoxseb128:  i think i have a fix, but its ugly..... setting SYSTEMD_READY=1 in a udev rule. Imho, i think systemd is broken with their bound-device stuff for cdroms, so i want to file an upstream bug about it to hammer it out.12:56
xnoxseb128:  so yes, your revert is the way to go for 19.10 GA12:56
xnoxseb128:  thank you.12:56
seb128xnox, good, thanks for looking!12:57
seb128xnox, speaking about upstreaming, you still need to do that for your recent plymouth patch :)12:58
xnoxseb128:  which recent plymouth patch?12:58
seb128xnox, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/plymouth/0.9.4git20190712-0ubuntu213:00
seb128' Add tile support in script plugin'13:00
xnoxseb128:  i submitted that to plymouth upstream, and i thought they took it https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/plymouth/plymouth/merge_requests/6413:00
gitbotplymouth issue (Merge request) 64 in plymouth "script: Add image tile support." [Closed]13:00
xnoxseb128:  that was submitted prior to upload.13:00
xnoxseb128:  is that person confused about gitlab, and closed the merge (as in reject) whilst expecting it to be merged/pulled?13:01
seb128xnox, ah sorry, I see it now13:01
xnoxseb128:  is it in, actually, master?13:01
seb128I don't know what he did but it's in the commit13:01
xnoxseb128:  ok good.13:02
xnoxseb128:  it's not in debian though i don't think and i didn't try submitting there.13:02
seb128xnox, that's fine, we are no in sync with them anyway13:02
seb128I need to nag upstream into doing a release13:03
seb128the current one is almost a year old and doesn't include the bgrt theme13:03
seb128we are on a git snapshot atm... (as is fedora)13:03
didrocksTrevinho: are you sure about the duplicate on https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-shell/issues/1554 ?13:08
gitbotGNOME issue 1554 in gnome-shell "Volume up/down repeat keys don't work on Xorg" [Closed]13:08
didrocksat first, it looks unrelated, but just double checking :)13:09
didrocksah, you reduplicate it to the correct one now :)13:09
Trevinhodidrocks: yeah, I bisected and... It is13:10
Trevinhoyep I crossed my fingers (41 vs 14)13:10
didrocksI see you like to blame on electron bug! :)13:10
didrocksgreat news anyway :p13:10
TrevinhoLaney: if not too late you can add https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell/+bug/1841929 to the changelog party13:11
ubot5Launchpad bug 1841929 in gnome-shell (Ubuntu Eoan) "Volume up/down repeat keys don't work on Xorg" [High,In progress]13:11
didrocksthe incorrect duplicate :p13:12
Trevinhoahh šŸ˜…13:13
TrevinhoI didn't either read... I saw the wrong number but was too late after my ctrl enter13:13
tomreynhttp://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/ currently points to http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/20191006/ - that's one purpose, right? due to bug 1847457 ?13:32
ubot5bug 1847457 in casper (Ubuntu) "No /cdrom mounted on live" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184745713:32
tomreyns/ one / on /13:32
jibeltomreyn, automated tests failed and the image has not been published13:33
jibelpublish -> copied from pending to currnet13:33
tomreynjibel: i see. so todays' (20191009) image failed some tests and shouldn't be used for testing, and those of the past two days, too? and sundays' ( current/ ) image does not yet have the zfs option enabled according to LuckyMan in #ubuntu+1.13:36
jibeltomreyn, correct, wait for next build which will have a revert of casper and hopefully will be good.13:37
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seb128bah, valgrind doesn't seem happy on my machine, it doesn't pick up glib/gtk debug symbols it looks like14:17
seb128does it work for others?14:18
seb128like if you install gnome-calendar-dbgsym libglib2.0-0-dbgsym libgtk-3-0-dbgsym and try to valgrind gnome-calendar?14:19
seb128(also removing/adding a google account in goa while it's open and it should segfault)14:19
hellsworthgood morning desktopers14:21
seb128also I got gnome-shell unhappy a few times while trying to valgrind gnome-calendar now, I wonder if it's just slowing things too much or triggering some other bugs :/14:21
seb128hey hellsworth, how are you today?14:21
oSoMoNgood morning hellsworth14:21
marcustomlinsonhey hellsworth14:21
hellsworthi'm good. yesterday i was under the weather and today i feel great and ready to do all the things!14:21
hellsworthmarcustomlinson, i will likely have questions for you in a bit so stay tuned :)14:23
seb128oSoMoN, marcustomlinson, you can't pretend you are not reading IRC :p fancy trying that valgrind thing?14:23
hellsworthi got the gnome-3-34-1804-sdk merged yesterday so looking at content snap and extension today14:24
hellsworthoh oops seb128.. i'll try to bug marcustomlinson minimally then :)14:24
oSoMoNseb128, sure, what do you need me to try?14:24
seb128hellsworth, lol, don't worry, mine is easy and it's not important so marcus can ignore me :)14:25
seb128oSoMoN, ideally14:25
seb128$ sudo apt install gnome-calendar-dbgsym libglib2.0-0-dbgsym libgtk-3-0-dbgsym14:25
marcustomlinsonseb128: ;) "desktop_ers" highlights for me so it was hard to miss14:25
seb128$ valgrind gnome-calendar14:25
seb128$ go to g-c-c -> online account and add your canonical account (or remove add it back)14:26
seb128see if14:26
seb1281- it segfaults14:26
seb1282- valgrind gives you some useful info14:26
seb1283- it screws your shell in some way14:26
seb128oSoMoN, ^ but don't stop what you are doing for that14:26
seb128like if you want to try tomorrow morning when you are not in middle of something that works too14:26
oSoMoNseb128, IĀ can do that in a VM14:27
oSoMoNas a background task14:27
seb128would be nice14:27
oSoMoNseb128, IĀ added my Ubuntu SSO account but gnome-calendar didn't crash14:39
oSoMoNdid you mean google account, maybe?14:39
seb128oSoMoN, and it's picking up the events?14:39
seb128oSoMoN, oh yes, sorry, google canonical account I meant14:40
seb128one which actually has a calendar :)14:40
oSoMoNthat makes sense, calendar events and all thatā€¦14:40
seb128sorry for not being clear14:40
oSoMoNaccount added, and hu ho, shell froze14:41
seb128ok, so it's not only me :/14:42
seb128Trevinho, ^ did you see reports about that?14:42
* Trevinho checks14:43
Trevinhosorry, just arrived at my place in SIntra14:43
oSoMoNshell came back to life, but gnome-calendar crashed indeed14:43
oSoMoNseb128, if IĀ can help debug this further, let me know, I'll keep the VM paused14:44
seb128oSoMoN, did valgrind give you anything useful?14:44
seb128or do you lack symbols as well14:44
Trevinhomhmh, not sure I find where to read the whole report14:44
Trevinhomaybe znc lost the messages...14:44
seb128Trevinho, basically valgrind gnome-calendar and adding a google account in goa makes gnome-calendar and gnome-shell unhappy14:49
oSoMoNhrm, shell froze again in my VM14:50
seb128doing what?14:51
Trevinhoseb128: can you catch where the shell is froozen at?14:52
TrevinhoI can script you something in gdb if you want14:52
Trevinhoor well just do things from tty14:52
Trevinhoor whathever14:52
seb128oSoMoN, ^ if you have it stuck?14:52
seb128Trevinho, I will try in a bit again14:52
seb128I did switch back to upload vala and some other things14:53
seb128I've another go at the calendar problems in a bit14:53
oSoMoNseb128, I was just scrolling in terminal to read valgrind's output, and everything froze14:53
oSoMoNIĀ have a TTY so IĀ can do things, but shell remains frozen for now14:53
seb128oSoMoN, get a gdb bt t a a if you can maybe?14:54
oSoMoNin ObjectBase::associate_closure(JSContext*, _GClosure*) () from /usr/lib/libgjs.so.014:58
seb128Trevinho, ^15:00
Trevinhoseb128: ok, so... try to do in gdb15:00
Trevinhocall (void) gjs_dumpstack()15:00
Trevinhothe output will be in journalctl /usr/bin/gnome-shell15:00
seb128oSoMoN, ^15:00
Trevinhohowever, it might be just something like... the shell uses some sync dbus method for talking with it, so....15:01
Trevinhoall the trace would be useful though15:01
Trevinhoprobably the same can be, in such state, replicated when calendar is around and at given stop we kill -STOP it15:02
seb128I bet it's something like that15:02
oSoMoNdoing that15:03
oSoMoNman, journalctl is flooded with: JS ERROR: TypeError: windowActor is null (_addWindowEffect@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/closeDialog.js:74:13 vfunc_show@resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/closeDialog.js:145:9)15:05
oSoMoNand then JS ERROR: TypeError: null has no properties15:08
oSoMoNIĀ gotta go pick up my daughter from school, bbiab to dig further15:08
seb128oSoMoN, don't bother, I didn't mean to derail you15:10
seb128oSoMoN, I can do another round of debugging later as well, I just wanted someone to confirm it's not only me and it seems it's not :)15:10
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TrevinhooSoMoN: mh those should be harmless...15:53
TrevinhoOnce you call the func from gdb you should get that out, so use journalctl -f in another terminal15:54
seb128Trevinho, can you try if you get the issue as well? just valgrind gnome-calendar and add a google account to online settings15:58
Trevinhoseb128: ok sure16:01
Trevinhobut want to finish this desktop icons packaging16:01
oSoMoNback, let me see if IĀ can get the stack16:03
oSoMoNTrevinho, the JS errors might be harmless, but the journal is literally flooded with them, I've got countless occurrences every second, that can't be good16:04
TrevinhooSoMoN: mh, okwell indeed no... you can get more out of those if you run the shell with debugging bits16:06
Trevinhoshould be SHELL_DEBUG=backtrace-warnings:backtrace-segfaults16:07
Trevinhoalthough they should be default in ubuntu...16:07
oSoMoNthe stack dump doesn't look very useful to me, let me reproduce it here:16:07
oSoMoN== Stack trace for context 0x55f74f9b6310 ==16:07
Trevinhoyou can set that env in your xsession file16:07
Trevinhoohhhk... then it's stuff happening in a js level that we can't control (i.e. not direct js call)16:08
oSoMoN#0   7ffcc6522790 I   resource:///org/gnome/shell/ui/closeDialog.js:138 (7f873625af70 @ 153)16:08
oSoMoNand that's all16:08
Trevinhoand the full C trace is useless as well?16:08
Trevinhoahhhh ok then no :)16:08
Trevinhothat line is useless here let me check ubuntu srcs16:09
Trevinhomhmmh, it's connecting to a signal... how can be.16:10
TrevinhooSoMoN: ooohohh, wait... that's not what we care here, that is the dialog that shows in alt+f216:11
Trevinhoso some errors like that are expected16:11
Trevinhowe need to catch the one while is hangign16:11
Wimpressdidrocks: Ubuntu MATE, Ubuntu Budgie, Xubuntu and Ubuntu Studio are joining the ZFS fun.16:13
WimpressKubuntu and Lubuntu require UI work, so not able to participate this cycle.16:14
jibelWimpress, this is excellent, thank you.16:15
Wimpressjibel: šŸ‘16:15
didrocksWimpress: great! Thanks a lot :) and getting early feedback on zsys will be nice! (I think we'll do an eoan ppa for people to get some feature updates)16:15
WimpressCool. Looking forward to taking advantage of the ZFS features.16:16
didrocksI guess we'll sync up after release with the incoming plans16:17
jibelI'm rebuilding an iso with the new casper16:17
WimpressThe green edition is also rebuilding with new casper and seeds :-)16:19
didrocksshould be called matcha, not mate16:20
Trevinhomeanwhile.... shell extensions are building here https://bileto.ubuntu.com/#/ticket/381916:38
WimpressNew iso is good :-) ZFS FTW!17:20
didrockshigh time for evening now that the code generation is working though, see you tomorrow!17:20
willcookenice one chaps17:27
willcookeand with that, good night17:27
ricotzplease approve the vala package waiting the in eoan queue :)17:46
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amurraykenvandine: \o/ - latest candidate gtk-common-themes has your communitheme-light support - thanks again for fixing this :) now I don't have a transparent calculator anymore23:16
kenvandineamurray: great, thanks so much for finding it23:18
sarnold"canonical takes away transparent calculator"23:24
kenvandinesarnold: tomorrow's headline23:32
* sarnold nods23:32
xnoxmust make sure phoronix is not highlighted about this23:41
xnoxand askubuntu should not blog about this23:42

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