sarnoldfocal has pam 1.3.1-5ubuntu* versions available, but 'apt source libpam-modules' pulls down version 1.4.0-9 from debian instead; is this expected? apt policy libpam-modules  only shows the ubuntu versions01:01
sarnolddoes this happen for others on focal? (I only ran it because someone in #debian on oftc mentioned it, and I thought it highly unlikely.. but it happened to me, too :)01:01
Unit193`apt-get source libpam-modules` got me pam (1.3.1-5ubuntu4.2), fresh chroot of focal.01:11
Unit193apt-cache showsrc says?01:11
sarnoldUnit193: cool, thanks, then it's something about security team's crazy configs -- plus whatever the other guy did, hehe -- https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/gx5hFqyKT2/01:13
Unit193Eh?  One has to log in to even view pastes now?01:13
sarnoldoh weird. that'll be a serious deterrent to using the things.01:14
Unit193Line 45401:14
Unit193You appear to have a lot of deb-src lines, `inxi -r`?01:15
sarnoldso many lines01:15
Unit193deb8u2, is that stretch?01:15
sarnoldoh right, my archive is turned off to save heat.. no inxi for me01:15
sarnoldit probably is01:15
Unit193...Now I do kinda want to see your sources. :P01:16
sarnoldUnit193: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/DVWhpSqmP7/01:20
sarnoldit took a bit to scrub passwords from the thing01:20
Unit193sarnold: Can you look into using auth.d?  `man apt_auth.conf`01:23
Unit193And, wow fun!01:23
Unit193Needs updated for bullseye, fyi.01:23
sarnoldUnit193: I really should; I never saw a point of it until just now :)01:23
sarnoldUnit193: thanks for the reminder, hehe01:24
Unit193Sure thing!01:25
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seb128hum, does anyone knows what's going on in example https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/results/autopkgtest-impish/impish/i386/libs/libssh/20210826_184633_15cd8@/log.gz ?13:44
seb128 /usr/lib/gcc-cross/i686-linux-gnu/11/../../../../i686-linux-gnu/bin/ld: /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2: undefined reference to `_dl_addr@GLIBC_PRIVATE'13:44
seb128doko_, ^ is that a gcc problem? several of the i386 autopkgtests are failing with similar errors13:45
seb128mwhudson, ^ or you but you are probably eow now14:00
cjwatsonUnit193: AIUI the rule is now that you have to log in to view pastes that were created by a non-logged-in user.  It's an unfortunately necessary mitigation - we were apparently seeing increasing numbers of takedown notices for illegal material of various kinds.14:18
cjwatsonUnit193: (The initial plan was to disallow anonymous posting entirely, which I pointed out would be a bit of a problem for pastebinit)14:19
xnoxseb128:  i think with glibc 2.34 one should simply link against libc only without a need to link against libdl. Hence like the symbol should be in libc directly, instead of libdl.so15:05
xnoxseb128:  and also cross-toolchains appear to be busted at the moment a little bit - see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cross-toolchain-base/+bug/194171015:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1941710 in cross-toolchain-base (Ubuntu) "buggy libc.so created for non-default 32bit multlibs" [Undecided, New]15:05
seb128xnox, thanks15:20
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dokoseb128, no glibc issue. likely to go away once glibc migrates15:26
dokocould also be a hardcoded dependency on libdl in some file in which case it needs a rebuild15:29
jawn-smithGot a couple of test retries. If a core dev could start these I would very much appreciate it.16:12
ginggsjawn-smith: .16:44
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jawn-smithThanks ginggs16:46
Unit193cjwatson: Huh, thanks for the further detail and backstory on the paste change.18:47

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