arraybolt3[m]Woot, survived!01:04
arraybolt3[m]Still need to get my SSH key and whatnot in place, but I am reinstalled and restoring my data.01:04
arraybolt3And I am back in action with SSH!01:20
arraybolt3This turned out to be (thankfully!) easy.01:20
tsimonq2I'll point out bug 1880418 as a good example of some low-hanging fruit.02:39
-ubottu:#lubuntu-devel- Bug 1880418 in lxqt-config (Ubuntu) "Secondary monitor config not working" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/188041802:39
tsimonq2Just general UX cleanup, you can probably reproduce a dual-monitor setup with a VM02:39
arraybolt3[m]Looks doable easily enough.02:40
arraybolt3[m]I can do dual-monitors on baremetal hardware. (Multimonitors in a VM is actually a pain unless you're using VirtualBox and VirtualBox is a pain all on its own :P)02:41
arraybolt3[m]But I've got laptops with an HDMI port so no big deal there.02:41
tsimonq2Fair enough there. :)02:42
* arraybolt3[m] gets my todo list restored onto the laptop02:44
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arraybolt3Gonna have to wait for the Lubuntu ISO to be installable again - I can't install Guest Additions unless I can do a real install and I can't test multimonitors in a VM without Guest Additions. I was going to use bare metal but my secondary monitor is in use elsewhere.21:43
arraybolt3Actually, it's been almost two days since that bug was reported (with the lsb_release module missing). I may end up trying to figure out what's tangled in there at some point.21:49
arraybolt3Hmm. So I can actually run the erroring command (from lsb_release import get_distro_information) in a python3 terminal on Jammy and it works.If it fals on Lunar then I think we have our problem.22:17
arraybolt3In which case I'll probably file a bug against lsb_release.22:17
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> lsb_release recently had some changes if I remember the blur that went by either in IRC or email.22:28
arraybolt3Yeah, noticed that. Not sure on the details, I asked about it in #ubuntu-devel.22:29
arraybolt3I could probably dig it out of the backlog if it was necessary.22:29
* arraybolt3 should at some point make a channel log and mailing list archive searcher22:29
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> Sometimes it goes by quick but Quassel and Thunderbird both have good search features.22:32
arraybolt3I can grep through WeeChat's logs come to think of it. And yeah, thunderbird's search works good but when you just finished deleting a whole ton of emails you thought you were done with and you know you can get back out of the archives...22:33
arraybolt3(I think the lsb_release stuff was on IRC though, not email.)22:34
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> Makes sense. That does narrow it down.22:34
kc2bezUm, the automirror module is part of cala-settings arraybolt3 22:38
kc2bezNo delta needed it is a Ubuntu only package. 22:39
arraybolt3It isn't part of Calamares code?22:39
kc2bezIt is a module we added. 22:39
arraybolt3kc2bez: *Deep sigh of relief.* OK, thanks for checking that. I didn't remember that.22:40
arraybolt3I thought it was an internal routine in Calamares since Calamares has a ton of Python in it.22:41
arraybolt3OK, well that makes things a ton easier.22:42
kc2bezIt does indeed. 22:42
kc2bezI think jbicha's suggestion might work. Admittedly I haven't looked at that Python module but it might be the best option 22:44
kc2bezGlancing ever so slightly it seems really close to what we currently have. 22:49

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