DarkTrickI would like to go into Ubuntu programming. Particularly I'd like to be able to work on distribution development (e.g. Filemanager, ... )02:09
DarkTrickI'm diving into GTK for a while, but I miss getting the whole image.02:09
DarkTrickX-Window-System, GDK, DBus, configs, ....02:10
DarkTrickIs there any book(online/offline), that rounds everything up , not too detailed, not too rough ?02:11
sarnoldDarkTrick: probably all those topics are far too much for one book02:13
sarnoldDarkTrick: I've just skimmed this for thirty seconds but it looks like it's probably a reasonable enuogh intro to a subset https://people.gnome.org/~swilmet/glib-gtk-dev-platform.pdf02:13
DarkTricksarnold, thank you for the link02:15
DarkTrickI didn't know there was a 2019 version!02:15
sarnoldthat's one of the hard parts, there's a lot from 20 years ago .. hehe02:15
DarkTrickI liked the 2017 already. Maybe a reread helps :)02:15
sarnoldoh nice02:16
sarnoldthis is one of my all-time favourite programming books, but it's unlikely to cover anyu of what you asked :) http://www.apuebook.com/02:16
DarkTricksarnold, I will check it out! Thank you very much!02:19
DarkTrickI feel like in the jungle of information, where it's hard to get the needed one.02:19
sarnoldDarkTrick: indeed, there's no way one person can know everything02:20
mwhudsonnot sure what i think about autopkgtests failing on stderr by default02:28
The_LoudSpeakerwhere do I find the source code of the captive portal detector in ubuntu?04:10
sarnoldThe_LoudSpeaker: I believe that's a feature of networkmanager04:13
The_LoudSpeakerit must have its source code somewhere na?04:14
Unit193sarnold: It is.04:14
sarnoldThe_LoudSpeaker: if your deb-src lines are configured correctly, apt-get source network-manager will retrieve it04:15
sarnoldUnit193: woo :)04:15
The_LoudSpeakersarnold: okay. I will check.04:17
Unit193The_LoudSpeaker: You..You guys are trying to re-invent the wheel again?  Why?  Just use (https://sources.debian.org/src/xfce4-session/4.14.0-1/debian/patches/0002-use-xscreensaver-through-the-wrapper-it-ships.patch/) the xscreensaver wrapper (https://sources.debian.org/src/xscreensaver/5.42+dfsg1-1/debian/xscreensaver-wrapper.sh/) and not risk breaking it for everyone else...05:15
tarzeaucan someone with ubuntu 18.04 lts apt install sextractor, and confirm it behaves like: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sextractor/+bug/185253506:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1852535 in sextractor (Ubuntu) "symbol lookup error" [Undecided,New]06:40
cpaelzerLaney: yes I'll look for tpm2-tss again06:47
cpaelzerLocutusOfBorg: what exactly would I build of in 1840749 actually?07:35
cpaelzerI can't even identify 5.2.18 in https://github.com/mirror/vbox or https://www.virtualbox.org/browser/vbox/trunk07:35
cpaelzerI guess I need to page-fault my forgotten svn foo back in .. :-/07:36
cpaelzerbut if there is an easier way let me know07:36
LocutusOfBorgcpaelzer, would you mind joining vbox-dev irc channel here on freenode?07:52
LocutusOfBorgthey might already have test builds07:52
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CarlFKhttps://cdimage.debian.org/debian-cd/current/amd64/iso-cd/SHA512SUMS  has ...818dc6f301e  debian-10.1.0-amd64-netinst.iso  - I curl |cut...| and I have 10.1.0  which I can use to construct debian-10.1.0-amd64-netinst.iso16:39
CarlFKis there something similar where given either 18.04 or bionic I can construct cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/18.04.3/release/ubuntu-18.04.3-server-amd64.iso16:40
CarlFKI have a script that wgets files needed to make a usb installer - it is a pain to have to manually look up what the point release is (the .3 in 18.04.3)16:42
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rafaeldtinocoxnox: for when you're back, do you remember, by any chance, why you added --force-depends to fix autopkgtest on ubuntu cloud VMs (crmsh package). i'd like to remove that delta if possible. (debian/tests/utils.sh).20:59
infinityrafaeldtinoco: You can see the red Xs going green here: http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/c/crmsh/bionic/amd6421:14
rafaeldtinocoautopkgtest [07:29:31]: ERROR: erroneous package: Test dependencies are unsatisfiable. A common reason is that your testbed is out of date with respect to the archive, and you need to use a current testbed or run apt-get update or use -U.21:14
rafaeldtinocoI see.21:14
infinity+ dpkg --purge vim21:14
infinitydpkg: dependency problems prevent removal of vim:21:14
infinity ubuntu-server depends on vim.21:15
infinityNow, arguably, our autopkgtest VMs shouldn't have that metapackage in the first place.21:15
infinityAnd, indeed, current ones don't.21:16
infinitySo we probably don't need that delta anymore.21:16
infinityMore recent runs show:21:16
infinity+ dpkg --force-depends --purge vim21:16
infinitydpkg: warning: ignoring request to remove vim which isn't installed21:16
rafaeldtinocoi see what you mean now21:17
rafaeldtinocoi should have checked that =). i was going to try bileto and reproduce but couldnt get rights yet21:17
infinityI'll just drop that bit of the delta and upload.  No need to keep the cruft now that our VM images seem approrpriately slimmer.21:18
rafaeldtinocoinfinity: i have an ongoing merge21:18
infinityOh, or you do that there instead.  Sure. :)21:18
rafaeldtinocogreat. thx a lot21:18
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