lubot<coolpolygons> I will, once i get back (i promise)00:13
lubot<coolpolygons> (And ill even work on the manual if possible)00:13
lubot<tsimonq2> OK :)00:13
neydertsimonq2: zsyncing dayli images01:00
lubot<tsimonq2> Nice :)01:00
lubot<tsimonq2> Thanks!01:00
neyderto you01:00
coolpolygons[m]Btw, is there a more efficient way of reporting a bug? I dont want to go to launchpad.net every single time i try to write a bug report ._.01:02
lubot<tsimonq2> The only other way is to tell us the exact specifics so *we* can file a bug. :P01:03
neydertsimonq2: does this tests can be done with virtualbox ?01:04
lubot<tsimonq2> @neyder, Yes.01:06
lubot<tsimonq2> Although if you have real hardware, that's much better. :)01:07
neyderi have this magic script that zsync many isos01:07
lubot<tsimonq2> I have a similar one. :)01:07
neyderthis is my main system, and have and old one, just yo i386 testing, i help schools to maintain their old hardware with lubuntu, and this year i was installing lubuntu01:09
lubot<tsimonq2> Awesome!01:10
neyderbionic, and almost no errors01:10
lubot<tsimonq2> \o/01:11
neyderNOW there are no errors with alternate installer, great!!!01:20
lubot<tsimonq2> \o/01:20
neyderit was some like risky to install alternate without knowing what the message was (old bug on alternate)01:27
neyderand now , like ever before, all the localized messages are showwin up :D01:27
lubot<Wolfenprey> (Document) http://vps.tsimonq2.net//file_3957.mp401:28
lubot<Neyder> got an error!02:02
lubot<Neyder> (Photo, 800x600) https://i.imgur.com/c2FNHGT.jpg .config/autostart not found, so Xpad show this message on first start02:06
lubot<tsimonq2> Ahh.02:28
lubot<tsimonq2> I'll get a fix for you.02:29
lubot<tsimonq2> Should be fairly easy.02:29
lubot<Neyder> if i wanted to fix that? i mean is just like creating first autostart dir02:29
lubot<Neyder> how i culd do this02:29
lubot<tsimonq2> A simple workaround is just to run `mkdir ~/..config/autostart/`02:30
lubot<tsimonq2> But a check should be in xpad itself.02:30
lubot<Neyder> yeah i know, i mean how can i make abugfix to be pushed to an hypotetic final release02:31
lubot<tsimonq2> Well, you'd have to dig into the code.02:31
lubot<tsimonq2> So grab it by running `apt source xpad`02:31
lubot<tsimonq2> Then find where it enables xpad to autostart02:31
lubot<tsimonq2> And add a check in there to create the directory it wants to place it in before it places it in there.02:32
neyderlets do t his02:39
neyderi had no src enabled :-O02:39
neyderBTW i finished mandatory testing successfully (*xpad bug) on alternate amd6402:53
lubot<Neyder> @tsimonq2, i feel like "chuño in ceviche" with trying to figure out the sources02:54
lubot<tsimonq2> Hehe02:54
lubot<Neyder> I mean, i'm lost02:54
lubot<tsimonq2> Ah02:55
lubot<tsimonq2> I'd personally start for grepping for the autostart code02:56
lubot<tsimonq2> Find at least which file it's in.02:56
neydertsimonq2: oh! there are an src folder02:59
tsimonq2Figure things out?03:11
neyderi think it is not a bug, it got that error on code03:12
neyderto inform that,03:12
neyderthe solution is to create autostart directory03:12
tsimonq2But, xpad should do that if it isn't present.03:12
neyderoh ok 03:14
tsimonq2neyder: I'm willing to bet line 365 in src/xpad-settings.c is where you should look.03:16
neyderim in it03:17
tsimonq2I'll let you try to figure it out so you can learn the process neyder, let me know if you get stuck or need any help from me. :)03:18
neyderyeah yeah, i know what to do, or figure out by my self03:19
tsimonq2neyder: I'd recommend installing ubuntu-dev-tools and using quilt to create a patch under debian/patches/ so once you have a working patch, I don't have to do much with it. :)03:20
tsimonq2(with DEP-3 header, etc.)03:20
tsimonq2I don't know what your background here is, though.03:20
neydertsimonq2: i'm linux sysadmin, i work with linux many years, since debian potato, i'm a loosy programer03:39
tsimonq2Ah ok. :)03:39
neyderubuntero, speech in UbuConLA 03:41
tsimonq2Oh cool :)03:46
lubot<tsimonq2> @Neyder Did you get anywhere?05:08
lubot<fbnbmns> Good Morning, is there a bug already for the installer of lubuntu next? Because it says "kubuntu" on my vm..09:17
lubot<tsimonq2> @fbnbmns, Yep. We're going to completely replace that with Calamares soon.09:22
coolpolygons[m]Getting home in about 2hrs. Btw how is calamares going?09:26
lubot<tsimonq2> Good09:33
lubot<Jyoti> I installed Lubuntu Next directly on a laptop (not on Virtualbox but on the laptop itself) and I'm going to use this laptop as a device for everyday use. So if you need any bug reprodution or bug reports. Note: except for a few small things to improve (such as boot time, which is still a bit long), Lubuntu Next is already almost perfect! Many congratulations to all Lubuntu team for the excellent work!09:36
lubot<tsimonq2> Awesome. :)09:40
lubot<tsimonq2> Boot time is something I'm interested, as I hear that a lot from people09:40
Kamiliontsimonq2: noticed your falkon ppa; would it be possible to run a final packaging of qupzilla 2.2.6, so I can copy the package to my PPA?09:41
Kamilionno rush, I'm not racing 18.04's release.09:41
lubot<tsimonq2> I'm not working on Qupzilla; feel free to grab that from Debian.09:42
Kamilioni don't want to occupy the buildboxes while they're busy on the release packages, but falkon pulls in a few too many deps for me09:42
lubot<tsimonq2> Don't worry about occupying the builders. ;)09:43
Kamilionk, will I break anything with the qupzilla trunk link?09:43
lubot<tsimonq2> Dunno09:43
Kamilioner, sorry, what i should really ask is09:43
Kamilionhave you moved everything over to falkon already?09:43
lubot<tsimonq2> What do you mean?09:43
lubot<tsimonq2> Ubuntu no longer has Qupzilla.09:44
Kamilionand would that have broken qupzilla's existingness in the process?09:44
Kamilionit's a transitional package now.09:44
lubot<tsimonq2> Right.09:44
lubot<tsimonq2> Debian is the reverse.09:44
Kamilionwhereas I want to generate 'the last qupzilla release' in a .deb in my PPA.09:44
Kamilionbecause it's drastically smaller than falkon09:44
lubot<tsimonq2> They have Qupzilla with a falkon transitional package (which is stupid, IMHO)09:44
lubot<tsimonq2> Do what you want. :)09:44
Kamilionuh, I will.09:45
KamilionI don't need all the media stuff that falkon somehow needs now09:45
Kamilionin fact, it's kinda screwing my builds up :<09:45
Kamiliontrying to pull in all kinds of parsers and media libraries that I would rather do without the potential security issues with.09:46
KamilionAll I need is a browser that can do this and not fail. http://puu.sh/A8dhF/ffcb40f1c0.png09:46
Kamilionalternatively -- what are my other options for minimal browsers that the debian alternatives will accept for www-browser ?09:48
Kamilionthe whole thing I'm trying to solve is removing firefox breaks everything that relies on having a browser.09:48
Kamilionso i have to install something else, anything else, before removing firefox.09:49
Kamilioni'm sticking with falkon right now because it looks like I have no other choice09:49
Kamilionand you're the one listed as the maintainer.09:49
Kamilionknow of a way I can build falkon without the whole phonon stuff?09:50
Kamilioni don't even mind renaming the package to falkon-nomedia or something09:52
Kamilionand i'm certainly not pushing for it's inclusion in any releases.09:52
Kamilion... helloooo?09:55
lubot<tsimonq2> That sounds hack.09:56
lubot<tsimonq2> *hacky09:56
KamilionI'm not sure why it would be09:57
Kamilionit worked just fine without phonon before.09:57
Kamilioni mean, audio worked in qupzilla without phonon09:58
lubot<tsimonq2> No, I mean, installing another web browser just so you can install Firefox.09:58
lubot<tsimonq2> Anyway, I'm in bed atm.09:58
Kamilionuninstall firefox.09:58
lubot<tsimonq2> Fwd from Kamilion: <Kamilion> the whole thing I'm trying to solve is removing firefox breaks everything that relies on having a browser.09:58
lubot<tsimonq2> Fwd from Kamilion: <Kamilion> so i have to install something else, anything else, before removing firefox.09:58
Kamilionyeah. otherwise alternatives goes bonkers with no browser.09:58
lubot<tsimonq2> O_o09:59
Kamilioneh, sorry, I'll just go away then.09:59
lubot<tsimonq2> Dunno. But I need sleep.09:59
lubot<tsimonq2> o/09:59
Kamilionmy bad, I thought it would be a good time for GMT10:01
Kamilionand you were active when I spoke.10:02
KamilionThanks for your time.10:02
* Kamilion heads off to try working around10:02
Kamilion(also, just to report, I havn't run into any major breakages with bionic yet. Everything I've tried has worked.)10:03
lubot<tsimonq2> @Kamilion, (I'm UTC-5)10:05
Kamilionoh, and so far, everything has worked on three different bare metal systems, virtualbox, and vmware 14/esxi 5.5/6.5.10:05
KamilionEFI booting was the only thing that was a little quirky, i never got the usual language selection stuff.10:06
lubot<tsimonq2> Ok, cool10:06
Kamilioni assumed it was some quirk of not using syslinux or whatever for the splash10:07
Kamilioni think it was booting grub, but it was more than a month ago, so i forget, sorry.10:07
* Kamilion goes back to resquashing filesystem10:08
Kamilionoh, right, that was a dell box, a poweredge r6... something... r630 maybe. Doesn't like non-efi boot.10:09
Kamilioni'll check back on it when i go in on monday10:10
lubot<vinay kharayat> Any android custom ROM developer here10:32
lubot<Jyoti> @tsimonq2, I do not know if this is related to the long boot time, but during the boot it appears the message "gave uo waiting for suspend / resume device"10:51
lubot<fbnbmns> @tsimonq2, okay, thanks :)10:56
lubot<Jyoti> @tsimonq2, wrote "sudo  update-initramfs -u"11:45
lubotupdate-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-4.15.0-15-generic11:45
lubotW: initramfs-tools configuration sets RESUME=UUID=7597a152-0d85-4a96-ae24-3a17be342f5911:45
lubotW: but no matching swap device is available.11:45
lubot<Jyoti> @Jyoti, I changed the UUID number in the file /etc/initramfs-tools/conf.d/resume to "RESUME = none" and the boot of the Lubuntu Next became a bit faster12:05
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