arraybolt3OK, so literally the only thing we used lsb_release for in the automirror module was to get the release codename. So I have swapped out lsb_release for python3-distro with almost zero effort involved and am doing a test installation.00:59
arraybolt3(I changed two lines in the main.py file and that was it :D)01:00
arraybolt3Installation succeeded, updates work, sources.list looks sane!01:11
kc2bezNice work arraybolt301:47
guiverc:) & yeah well done arraybolt3 ; thank you.01:48
kgiiiI am just now getting to my daily testing. I removed one manifest and did my usual 'diff' to see what's changed. I saw 'telnet' listed. That's horribly insecure and very old tech but we probably have something that depends on it still. 02:14
arraybolt3Heh, I have Telnet installed by default here in Kubuntu.02:15
* guiverc has device(s) (I think) on my network that may still use telnet... 02:17
guivercyeah I do note `telnet  0.17+2.4-2 ` in the lunar manifest  (also `telnet  0.17+2.4-2`)02:17
guivercsorry also `inetutils-telnet        2:2.4-2`02:18
* arraybolt3 builds the bugfixed calamares-settings-ubuntu package02:19
guivercThank you for noticing kgiii !02:19
guivercarraybolt3, is that why?  (telnet)02:19
arraybolt3Nah, still the lsb_release bug.02:19
guivercack & thanks.02:20
arraybolt3Just now got the package updated and am test-building.02:20
kgiiiI'm guessing something somewhere still relies on telnet. Buggered if I know what... "Telnet, now there's a name I haven't heard in a long time..."02:20
arraybolt3ubuntu-standard depends on telnet :-/02:21
arraybolt3Er, it Recommends it.02:21
kc2bezI was just going to mention it is on server too so it is in the base02:21
arraybolt3I guess it's considered part of a "comfortable command-line Unix-like environment".02:21
arraybolt3I mean it's not really a problem, it doesn't cause a security hole on its own.02:22
kc2bezRight, it isn't daemon that is listening or anything.02:22
arraybolt3If telnet*d* was installed then I'd be worried :P02:22
kgiiiNo, no... It existing isn't bad. The last time I used it, I watched ASCII Star Wars.02:24
arraybolt3This is ridiculous. apt-cacher-ng is so unstable I'm having to interrupt a build over and over to restart it to get things to download.02:36
* guiverc suggests arraybolt3 ensure the right music is on... & you will still smile..02:40
arraybolt3:) thanks02:40
guiverchas swap been increased beyond 512MB???   I've got more than 512MB in swapfile   (I've not installed lunar in awhile; only jammy.2 ~recently02:50
arraybolt3Not intentionally that I know of.02:50
guivercmy just made install had ~4GB (its in another room so can't see screen)02:51
arraybolt3My newly made install only has 512 MB.02:52
guiverc_t`free -h` shows `Swap:          3.9Gi          0B       3.9Gi`   (my fingers just add -h on many commands)02:54
arraybolt3I ran "swapon" to tell.02:54
arraybolt3But free -h reports similar results (512 MB) for me.02:54
guiverc_tokay yep that's it... /swapfile is 512MB with zram providing 3.4GB02:55
arraybolt3Ah, that makes sense.02:55
guiverc_tthanks arraybolt302:55
arraybolt3tsimonq2 or whom has access to GitHub: Need the mirroring on calamares-settings-ubuntu reversed.05:19
arraybolt3Currently I can't push to the calamares-settings-ubuntu repo on Gitea.05:19
arraybolt3So I'm just gonna upload to the archive to unbreak things and keep the code locally to push once I can.05:20
arraybolt3Fix finished, tested, and uploaded.05:34
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> That is in Launchpad (re @lubuntu_bot: (irc) <arraybolt3> Currently I can't push to the calamares-settings-ubuntu repo on Gitea.)09:35
arraybolt3@kc2bez: Hmm... I *think* I have write access there, let me find out...14:41
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> If not, create a MP and I can merge it. Then Simon can add you later if he doesn't get to it first.14:43
arraybolt3Uh... where is it?14:43
arraybolt3It's not in ~lubuntu-dev's code...14:43
* arraybolt3 really should bookmark it once it's found14:44
arraybolt3Actually I bet Gitea will tell me.14:44
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> https://git.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-qt-code/+git/calamares-settings-ubuntu14:44
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> I was going to mention that. It is at the top in the Gitea repo14:45
arraybolt3Oh nice, TIL that you can see it there.14:45
arraybolt3(I went to the Settings menu to find it.)14:45
arraybolt3Alright, it appears to have let me push to it.14:47
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> Yup, looks to be good.14:58
* arraybolt3[m] uploaded an image: (388KiB) < https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/matrix.org/EVgypCHZwQsltiVfQiFpFaRZ/image.png >17:18
arraybolt3[m]Apparently Lubuntu is now recognized specifically within VirtualBox. So is Xubuntu and Ubuntu, strangely no other flavors are listed in the "Version:" dropdown.17:19
* arraybolt3[m] probably should have put this in -offtopic17:19
arraybolt3More on-topic, the Calamares fix is in the latest ISO and I'm testing it now.17:20
arraybolt3ISO is unbroken!17:37
lubot[telegram] <kc2bez> That is terrific!17:40
lubot[telegram] <Leokolb> running a quick double check (re @lubuntu_bot: (irc) <arraybolt3> ISO is unbroken!)18:06
LeoK[m]Confirm ISO good - nice work18:09
arraybolt3tsimonq2: Were you able to reproduce bug 1880418? I just tried and didn't see anything wrong, and so marked it as incomplete.19:50
-ubottu:#lubuntu-devel- Bug 1880418 in lxqt-config (Ubuntu) "Secondary monitor config not working" [Undecided, Incomplete] https://launchpad.net/bugs/188041819:50
tsimonq2Not consistently, but it does happen intermittently for me19:51
arraybolt3tsimonq2: What is it that happens anyway?19:51
arraybolt3I couldn't figure out what they were saying.19:51
arraybolt3"the position does not start in the default" means very little to my brain :P19:51
tsimonq2The monitor positions will be switched19:51
arraybolt3For me the new monitor always appears on the right. I'll try a few reboots.19:52
arraybolt3tsimonq2: This is on physical hardware that this happens right?19:53
arraybolt3In that even VirtualBox might not be usable, since I've had things that couldn't be reproduced in a VM with the monitor.19:53
arraybolt3er, things wrong with the display that didn't happen in VBox.19:54
arraybolt3OK so I was able to make things go weird - trying to switch the order of the screens was severely glitchy in 20.04.19:58

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