jbichathe webkit2gtk amd64 build might work when we aren't building and autopkgtesting so much stuff, but I'll probably update https://salsa.debian.org/webkit-team/webkit/-/merge_requests/9 for amd64 too tomorrow00:00
ubottuMerge 9 in webkit-team/webkit "Reduce the number of parallel build jobs on Ubuntu's arm64" [Closed]00:00
Eickmeyer[m]jbicha: Oh, ok. I have reason to believe it's all related.00:01
jbichaEickmeyer[m]: not sure what you mean. But anyway, there are multiple issues with the new mesa. If you're using Intel, this may help: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/intel-media-driver/22.2.1+dfsg1-1build100:07
jbichait didn't fix my issue but it helps other people :)00:08
Eickmeyer[m]jbicha: Actually, I'm on both Intel and Nvidia (hybrid laptop).00:08
jbichaI don't know how to troubleshoot that, but please add details about your graphics cards to that bug00:10
jbichaif you want to see if your issue was triggered by the new mesa, see my Planet Ubuntu post00:11
Eickmeyer[m]jbicha: Well, I did attempt to install intel-media-va-driver from proposed, and there was no change in behavior, so I'm not sure it's that.00:13
jbichalog out and log back in if you didn't. But the rebuilt intel-media-va-driver didn't help me either00:15
Eickmeyer[m]Yeah, no dice on the relog.00:16
Eickmeyer[m]ALTHOUGH, this time Evolution showed a crash.00:17
Eickmeyerjbicha: It's wayland-related.00:32
tjaaltonsystemd-timesyncd is installed by default on jammy and up?08:53
seb128tjaalton, it was already in the focal manifest for desktop09:01
seb128so not new09:01
tjaaltonI don't have it installed09:03
seb128tjaalton, sudo apt install ubuntu-desktop^ :)09:03
tjaaltonthough I probably used 19.10 to install09:03
Unit193Huh, thought chrony was, OK.09:04
cpaelzerUnit193: chrony is the default if you need a time-server or the more sophisticated behavior of chrony09:16
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bdmurrayseb128: Will the desktop team be looking at bug 1966317?16:04
ubottuBug 1966317 in gvfs (Ubuntu) "gvfsd-fuse crashed with SIGABRT in __pthread_setname_np()" [Undecided, New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/196631716:04
mwhudsonfor go snap users btw https://twitter.com/mwhudson/status/150896410927421850119:38
rbasakubuntu-devel-announce@ moderation please19:41
bdmurrayrbasak: I'll do the moderation20:04
mwhudsondbungert, mclemenceau, bdmurray: apparently i can't access any canonical system currently, i think my ISP has messed up their routing or something20:07
mwhudsonoh nm20:08
rbasak!dmb-ping is ddstreet, rbasak, sil2100, teward, bdmurray, kanashiro, seb128: DMB ping20:40
ubottuBut 'dmb-ping' already means something else!20:40
rbasakUnit193: ^ help please?20:41
teward!no dmb ping is ddstreet, rbasak, sil2100, teward, bdmurray, kanashiro, seb128: DMB ping20:44
ubottuI know nothing about 'dmb ping' yet, teward20:44
teward!no dmb-ping is ddstreet, rbasak, sil2100, teward, bdmurray, kanashiro, seb128: DMB ping20:44
tewardrbasak: ops just has to approve it20:45
tomreynrbasak, teward: that's updated21:13
tewardtomreyn: thank you!21:13
tomreynyou're welcome :)21:13

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