seb128vorlon, can you badtest fpc/i386?08:27
seb128vorlon, doko, Saviq, mir/i386 autopkgtest fails on 'Depends: gcc:i386 but it is not going to be installed' ... is that depends wrong or is that an archive issue?08:29
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rbasakDoes "git ubuntu import-local" work for anyone currently (from the edge snap)? AFAICT, it's broken, so I'm struggling to not break it further when fixing an unrelated bug :-/13:45
rbasakIf someone has a currently working use case for it, I'd like to know so as not to break it further.13:45
rbasak(it's a separate effort to fix and add tests for the broken bits of the CLI; I'm just trying to make some progress)13:45
ahasenackrbasak: has never worked for me (import-local)14:06
seb128vorlon, can you badtest upower/i386, it's failing because it tries to install python/gobject packages and that fails14:27
gpiccoliHi rbasak and sil2100 , good morning/afternoon! Sorry to bother, I've updated LP #1847924 with the modified mdadm patch for SRU, I'd like to ask you to take a look if possible and...maybe sponsor it =))15:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1847924 in mdadm (Ubuntu Eoan) "Introduce broken state parsing to mdadm" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184792415:03
gpiccoliThanks in advance!15:03
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rbalintcpaelzer, how about forwarding this upstream? https://git.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-core-dev/ubuntu/+source/systemd/commit/?id=c05586d9da033bbfd6b6a74e10b87520843c7c4815:35
cpaelzerrbalint: did it work relialbly?15:46
cpaelzerback then we said we only want to suggest that if it works out to be helpful15:46
cpaelzeryou look at those tests results more often I guess15:47
cpaelzerdid this really help?15:47
rbalintcpaelzer, i think so, at least we carry this for some time so it is either harmless or working15:47
rbalintcpaelzer, i did not run tests without it :-)15:47
cpaelzeryeah, back then it was hitting ~50% or more15:48
cpaelzerI can submit it, but not today15:48
cpaelzerput it on my todo list15:48
seb128LocutusOfBorg, hey, do you know what's the dela with virtualbox's autopkgtest in focal? it's blocking libnotify but from the log it's pretty consistently failing16:11
juliankIf anyone sees the new python-apt 1.9.1 in experimental and thinks oooh sync time: please don't, it will regress security. thx!16:21
* juliank will have a fixed one later today or (probably) tomorrow16:21
seb128juliank, hey, could you have a look to bug #1849773 at some point? If not I think I will just drop the patch in a next upload because I've no document to trigger the problem/work on it and the segfault is worth than the weird char issue16:32
ubottubug 1849773 in evince (Ubuntu) "/usr/bin/evince:11:strstr:TextSelectionPainter::hasGlyphLessFont:TextSelectionPainter::endPage:TextPage::drawSelection:poppler_page_render_selection" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184977316:32
juliankseb128: oh yes, thanks for the reminder16:32
seb128juliank, thanks for having a look to it :)16:33
juliankseb128: But FWIW, if you want a PDF that triggers the rendering issue, you should be able to take any PDF, and just run ocrmypdf on it to reproduce the issue16:36
juliankOh, I noticed that it's not the current patch I sent upstream, that one should not have the crash https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/poppler/poppler/merge_requests/28016:39
juliankBecause it does not look at the font name16:40
LocutusOfBorgseb128, the 6.0.14-dfsg-4 should be good16:42
LocutusOfBorgbut I don't know why it is not marked as such16:42
LocutusOfBorgoh... the kernel has bundled the very same version, so it doesn't get built16:43
LocutusOfBorgI suspect you can just add one hint16:44
LocutusOfBorgseb128, something to deal with https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/184878816:57
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1848788 in linux (Ubuntu Focal) "linux won't build when new virtualbox version is present on the archive" [Undecided,Fix released]16:57
LocutusOfBorgcascardo, ^^16:57
LocutusOfBorgI suspect we should make dkms fail less badly16:57
LocutusOfBorgor hint the test16:57
vorlonseb128: hi, so for any package whose tests are currently failing on i386 we *should* badtest them in order to not block other packages, the question is whether we should be badtesting only the current version or badtesting it permanently; so if you could be explicit about whether you're asking for a temporary override or a permanent one, that would help streamline17:01
vorlonseb128: mir/i386: test dep on gcc is probably wrong, as opposed to 'build-essential' which we handle.  That test should be fixed and made cross-build-friendly17:02
vorlonseb128: upower/i386 hinted (because you gave rationale :)17:04
seb128vorlon, thx :)17:26
seb128vorlon, I think http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/n/nghttp2/focal/i386 also goes down to want python and might be a candidate for badtest?17:27
seb128vorlon, unsure about http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/packages/libo/libomxil-bellagio/focal/i386 which is the other one blocking firefox17:27
vorlonok looking17:30
vorlonseb128: meanwhile, if you happen to know why my latest gst-plugins-bad1.0 upload ftbfs on i386, I'm trying to get that landed to prune opencv, numpy, node, ... from the i386 set17:30
vorlonseb128: nghttp2 looks fixable to me, nghttp2-proxy could possibly depend on python3:any instead of python3; I'll add it under 'needs investigation'17:32
vorlonseb128: libomxil-bellagio: -doc packages being uninstallable is generally fixed by just marking those packages Multi-Arch: foreign17:54
vorlonDepends: [...] binutils, build-essential, [...]18:00
vorlonok then18:00
vorlonseb128: had to dig into fpc a bit, but yeah, badtested now (I satisfied myself that a) the i386-specific packages are usable, and b) it's impossible to construct a correct test-dependency field for this package under the current autopkgtest implementation because its test deps conflict with build-essential :P)18:41
wpkCould I interest someone in  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/plymouth/+bug/1810154 ? Bug is diagnosed, patch is attached, it just needs to go into the release. It's effects are quite annoying...22:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1810154 in plymouth (Ubuntu) "ply_boot_client_process_incoming_replies: Assertion `request_node != NULL' failed" [Medium,Confirmed]22:54
sarnoldwpk: oooh, would that let you use zfs native encryption for eg / or /boot or similar?22:56
wpksarnold: I'm using native ZFS encryption for /23:00
sarnoldnice; I'm using LUKS underneath zfs for that, and ... it works, but it feels brittle23:01
wpksarnold: there were two bugs - one in zfs-initramfs (fixed, fix released), that's the second one - it's still possible to use native ZFS encryption but because of this bug I get dropped to initramfs because plymouth can't ask for password23:01
wpkrpool/ROOT/ubuntu on / type zfs (rw,relatime,xattr,posixacl)23:04
wpkNAME   PROPERTY    VALUE        SOURCE23:04
wpkrpool  encryption  aes-256-gcm  -23:04
wpkI've been using it for over a month now, no problems at all with the stability. Installation is annoying, but that's a one time effort23:05
wpksarnold: anyway, it'd be nice for this one to be fixed :)23:06
sarnoldwpk: heh, yeah, what I've got now has *worked* for a few months, but it wasn't fun to install :)23:27
sarnoldwpk: did this patch come from upstream plymouth dev? debian? some other distro?23:29
sarnoldwpk: some links about where it came from might help23:29
wpksarnold: I made it23:38
sarnoldwpk: cool cool :) getting it into the upstream releases would probably make it more likely to be included in ubuntu23:39
wpksarnold: IIRC it's an ubuntu-only bug - it comes from one of the patches23:41
wpk$ cat misc-changes.patch23:42
wpkDescription: Undocumented changes23:42
wpk This patch contains undocumented changes accumulated during previous23:42
wpk versions of the Ubuntu plymouth package, that have not yet been split up23:42
wpk into individually-documented patches.  Please try not to add further things23:42
wpk to this patch.  Using quilt for new changes is recommended, but if you23:42
wpk don't, they'll end up in a separate debian-changes patch at the end of the23:42
wpk patch series.23:42
wpkLast-Update: 2011-01-2123:42
sarnoldoh my23:43
sarnoldthat's some real spelunking there23:43
cjwatsonHeh, I thought that looked familiar, apparently I wrote that23:57
cjwatsonSince they were the bits I couldn't understand23:57
cjwatson(Don't ask me about them, partly for that very reason, and partly because it was nearly nine years ago and I remember nothing)23:58

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