Eickmeyervorlon: Figured out the ubiquity issue. Even though it was reported as a permissions problem in the logs, it was really whining about not having a slideshow🤦: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu/+bug/2008731/comments/500:52
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Launchpad bug 2008731 in ubiquity-slideshow-ubuntu (Ubuntu) "Edubuntu needs slideshow - Ubiquity crashes without it" [Critical, Triaged]00:52
Eickmeyer(logs were less than helpful)00:53
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: ^00:53
arraybolt3Eickmeyer: I don't see how that's possible, Xubuntu Minimal (formerly Xubuntu COre) has been working perfectly fine without a slideshow for a while.00:54
arraybolt3(I was the main tester for Xubuntu Core last cycle, and have never seen a slideshow in it.)00:54
Eickmeyerarraybolt3: I don't know. All I know is I installed a slideshow in the live session, and installation worked fine.00:54
arraybolt3Oh weird.00:54
arraybolt3I mean I guess we're going to have a slideshow eventually, so no big deal?00:55
EickmeyerI'm working on resurrecting the old edubuntu one now so there's at least *something*.00:55
arraybolt3jbicha: Thanks for the suggestion about python3-distro, I have confirmed that it should do exactly the job needed and am testing Lubuntu's installer with it now.01:00
arraybolt3Does anyone know of a good alternative to apt-cacher-ng? For some reason it's horribly unstable on my Jammy laptop - it will download about 20 packages if they're missing from the cache and then give 503 errors for everything else. I can run "sudo systemctl restart apt-cacher-ng" and then do another sbuild and another 20 packages or so will download, and then a bunch of 503 errors.02:55
arraybolt3(On Kinetic this happened sometimes, but much more rarely.)02:56
sarnoldarraybolt3: squid-deb-proxy has been way more reliable than apt-cacher-ng for me02:56
arraybolt3K, I'll look into it. This is almost unusable.02:57
sarnoldI found it unusuable, yes02:57
arraybolt3sarnold: Is there a good setup guide for squid-deb-proxy?02:59
arraybolt3(I don't want to start installing things haphazardly and end up with broken apt or worse, no Internet :P)02:59
arraybolt3Meh, it looks simple enough.03:01
sarnoldarraybolt3: heh, good question. I set it up so long ago I can't recall much about the initial setup; the recurring problem is /etc/squid-deb-proxy/mirror-dstdomain.acl.d/* -- I had to set up private-ppa.launchpadcontent.net and esm.ubuntu.com since those (weren't? aren't?) in the default policies, and every time my archive mirror gets a new IP address because my home router is just the worst, I have03:02
sarnoldto add the new IP address in a file in there..03:02
sarnoldOne Of These Days [tm] I'm going to get all my 'real' computers on static IPs and there will be puppies and unicorns for all03:03
arraybolt3Hey, this is relatively straightforward so far!03:08
JackFrostUnfortunately I find acng to be the best, but I use apt-cacher-ng-3.7.4+really3.6.4 :P03:13
arraybolt3Hah, so something happened in 3.7.4 that ruined it?03:13
arraybolt3Wow, I am making one config file boffo after another here :P03:17
arraybolt3sarnold: Could you share your /etc/squid-deb-proxy/mirror-dstdomain.acl? I cannot figure out how to get it to accept the mirror-dstdomain.acl.d directory.03:20
arraybolt3(I mean I probably could figure it out eventually but you're right here :P)03:20
sarnoldarraybolt3: with the warning that these have grown over time organically... https://termbin.com/9vqn03:22
arraybolt3No, I wanted the non .d file so I could figure out how to get the directory added.03:22
arraybolt3I have plenty in the directory, I just can't figure out how to get the directory to be recognized.03:22
arraybolt3Oh, wait, there it is.03:23
arraybolt3Wait... you still have the line commented out?03:23
sarnoldhmm, I wonder if it requires a restart to regenerate the configs?03:23
arraybolt3I restart it every time I change something.03:23
arraybolt3There was a line I uncommended that you have commented, that's probably the problem.03:24
arraybolt3Bah. It's ignoring my entire include directory.03:24
sarnoldheh, I think that's 100% a documentation line..03:24
arraybolt3Yeah, it just is ignoring mirror-dstdomain.acl.d.03:27
arraybolt3It just gives me 403 Forbidden errors.03:27
arraybolt3For everything that isn't in the main file, but in the directory instead.03:27
arraybolt3Found it.03:29
arraybolt3I had the wrong proxy port set.03:29
arraybolt3I was trying to access port 8000, I needed to access 3128.03:29
sarnoldaha! :)03:31
arraybolt3Though now it's even working for sites that I *don't* have set as allowed???03:31
sarnoldhmmm. I wonder if then you've got a 'usual' squid running? o_O03:31
arraybolt3deb.tuxedocomputers.com should not be allowed yet since I forgot to add it, yet there it is.03:32
arraybolt3sarnold: Maybe, lets find out.03:32
arraybolt3Hah, I did in fact have two copies of squid running!03:33
sarnoldthat might be worth a bug report; it seems surprising03:33
arraybolt3Nah, user error.03:33
sarnoldah good good03:33
arraybolt3"sudo systemctl restart squid" != "sudo systemctl restart squid-deb-proxy"03:33
sarnoldahhhhh yeah. I have to imagine I've done that myself.03:34
arraybolt3Very good. Now it lets through everything I put in and blocks everything I failed to put in :P \o/03:35
sarnoldJackFrost: what I don't understand is that you're not the only one I've talked with who's had better success with acng than with squid-deb-proxy, but I've seen acng give 503s and hash-sum mismatches and file-size mismatches dozens of times over the years. Why does it work okay for some people and not at all for others?03:36
sarnoldJackFrost: and squid has been around for decades as a solid reliable tool that folks forget even exists .. so why does it *not* work for those same people? :)03:37
JackFrostRule of "least terrible", not "actually works great" :P03:40
arraybolt3I'm thankful there's just some other solution that acng, it was getting to the point where I was actually starting to consider doing `while [ true ]; do sudo systemctl restart apt-cacher-ng; sbuild -d lunar-amd64-shm; done`03:41
arraybolt3Which I'm only now realizing might have left me in a hopeless loop :P03:42
arraybolt3**DO NOT RUN THE ABOVE COMMAND**03:42
arraybolt3Probably should have added a counter or something before doing that.03:42
sarnoldarraybolt3: I'm 80% sure I did something similar and it kept corrupting files that it had already downlaoded03:43
arraybolt3Oh fine.03:43
arraybolt3Alright, I finally have everything set up right. Now to get all of my sbuild containers to use it.03:44
EickmeyerYour first mistake was "while true; do ... done".04:11
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cpaelzerdannf: now that I understood the case better we have several ways to overcome the momentary test issue, I have filed bug 2008865 and assigned you to pick one07:38
-ubottu:#ubuntu-devel- Bug 2008865 in qemu (Ubuntu) "edk2 autopkgtest spotted a real issue, still we need to mitigate for now" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/200886507:38
adriencan someone re-trigger https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/request.cgi?release=lunar&arch=arm64&package=llvm-toolchain-13&trigger=ocaml%2F4.13.1-4ubuntu1 ? it's llvm-toolchain tests on arm64 for ocaml and it failed due to the testbed not being ready in time; it's probably the (actual) last test blocking ocaml stuff (at least that I can spot) and hopefully, by the time it runs, runners won't be overloaded07:54
adrienanymore at all07:54
tjaaltonwhat does it need to be able to re-run failed autopkgtests? some team membership besides core-dev/motu?08:09
adrienwhen I attempt to do so, the service tells me "You submitted an invalid request: You are not allowed to upload llvm-toolchain-13 or ocaml to Ubuntu, thus you are not allowed to use this service."08:18
tjaaltonoh, so it's tied to upload rights08:20
adrienI think it makes sense (I also think it's frustrating :D )08:20
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danilogondolfoMay I ask someone to run this test for me, please? https://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/request.cgi?release=lunar&arch=s390x&package=pycurl&trigger=curl/7.88.1-1ubuntu1&trigger=pycurl/7.45.2-311:01
ginggsdanilogondolfo: .11:05
danilogondolfothanks ginggs11:05
bluesabrevorlon: I've got an easy, low-priority item if you want: https://code.launchpad.net/~xubuntu-website/+git/xubuntu-cdimage-css/+ref/master Some minor tweaks to the Xubuntu cdimage css to improve the minimal image and oversized files11:47
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bluesabrevorlon: This one too: https://code.launchpad.net/~bluesabre/ubuntu-cdimage/+git/ubuntu-cdimage/+merge/438004 (sorry for all the tags and things I'm sending your way)11:55
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ogayotHi, could somebody retry the pycirkuit autopkgtests for me please? Thanks!14:03
jbichaogayot: done14:31
ogayotjbicha: thanks!14:33
enr0nCan a core dev please retry the tests blocking libio-socket-ssl-perl (retry-autopkgtest-regressions -s lunar --blocks libio-socket-ssl-perl)? The libhttp-daemon-ssl-perl test passed for me locally on amd64. The failures from other packages look like test bed failures.14:44
vorlonbluesabre: marking as reviewer is preferable to irc pings, as it gets into a persistent queue :)16:19
bluesabrevorlon: I added you as a reviewer for ubuntu-cdimage. I don’t think the css has a public branch I can submit a MR for (or does it somewhere?)16:22
bluesabreThanks for the review!16:22
vorlonbluesabre: oh, I guess that one doesn't need review, because that's the branch we pull from!16:23
vorlonbluesabre: pulled16:24
bluesabrevorlon: Thanks a bunch!16:25
rbasakvorlon: marking as reviewer> you mean like https://code.launchpad.net/~racb/ubuntu-archive-tools/+git/ubuntu-archive-tools/+merge/429629? :-P17:09
vorlonrbasak: I thought we agreed to move that to ubuntu-archive-scripts? :)17:54
vorlonrbasak: also I said it went into a persistent queue, I didn't say the queue ever emptied17:55
vorlon(because it's actually a horrible cross between a queue and a stack, enjoy)17:55
rbasakAh yes we did, sorry19:00
adrienI initially thought llvm-toolchain-13 failures on arm64 were testbed/setup issues but there seems to be a number of dumped code19:12

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