/srv/irclogs.ubuntu.com/2018/12/18/#lubuntu-devel.txt

lubot<SamuelBanya> This is my latest try for arc. I read through the guides to make sure my quiltrc was the same and that arc was installed. I modified the quiltrc only in my /etc folder.01:46
lubot<SamuelBanya> That being said I git cloned from the ssh version of the Calamares settings repo01:47
lubot<SamuelBanya> I then did my changes01:47
lubot<SamuelBanya> Then git add -A01:47
lubot<SamuelBanya> arc diff01:47
lubot<SamuelBanya> Then I received this (see pic):01:48
lubot<SamuelBanya> (Photo, 1280x720) https://i.imgur.com/iOdgarM.jpg01:48
lubot<teward001> and you confirmed your remote is Phab?01:49
lubot<teward001> `git remote -v`01:49
lubot<tsimonq2> I don't think he has push access01:53
lubot<tsimonq2> Hmm01:53
lubot<teward001> @tsimonq2 that said I technically don't have push access to anything even though you gave me perms01:54
lubot<teward001> and it's not a key issue01:54
lubot<teward001> :P01:55
lubot<teward001> *blames @tsimonq2 again*01:55
lubot<SamuelBanya> Hmm02:03
lubot<SamuelBanya> Lemme check that remote idea02:04
lubot<SamuelBanya> (Photo, 1280x720) https://i.imgur.com/kuTTImb.jpg02:05
lubot<teward001> yep that means that you don't have push access heh02:05
lubot<teward001> which means @tsimonq2 needs to fix you up02:05
lubot<SamuelBanya> Ah I see02:05
lubot<teward001> or wxl02:05
lubot<SamuelBanya> Did I follow the steps though?02:05
lubot<SamuelBanya> Just making sure cause I actually read through most of the applicable parts of that arc guide and contribution guide too02:06
lubot<teward001> y'all know Lubuntu installation with encryption was broken yes?04:18
lubot<teward001> ran into a few people griping about it on the Ubuntu Hideout discord server where I'm a mod04:18
lubot<tsimonq2> @teward001 [y'all know Lubuntu installation with encryption was broken yes?], Have you read the release notes?04:38
lubot<tsimonq2> And have they?04:38
lubot<brli7848> #RTFM somehow won't work in this case? lol04:43
apt-ghetto@Thomas Ward: Yes, the Lubuntu installation with encryption is broken. For an UEFI installation have a look at https://phab.lubuntu.me/T13609:00
-lugito:#lubuntu-devel- [Unbreak Now!, Open] Fix EFI/encryption: https://phab.lubuntu.me/T13609:00
apt-ghettoThe Lubuntu installation in BIOS mode with encryption "works", but in a different way then all the other *bbuntus with Ubiquity.09:02
lubot<fwapy> err11:19
lubot<fwapy> where do i "pr" to11:19
apt-ghettopr means pull request?11:22
lubot<fwapy> yes12:49
apt-ghettoIf you have forked a project on your github account, upload the commit to your github account and create a pull request12:51
lubot<HMollerCl> anyone here that uses KDE knows which app is the one that install privative drivers in kde?12:51
lubot<fwapy> @apt-ghetto [<apt-ghetto> If you have forked a project on your github account, upload the com …], wait you guys dont have a gerrit or something?12:52
lubot<fwapy> @HMollerCl [anyone here that uses KDE knows which app is the one that install privative driv …], app?12:53
apt-ghettono, lubuntu uses phabricator12:53
lubot<fwapy> @apt-ghetto [<apt-ghetto> no, lubuntu uses phabricator], ah similar i guess12:53
apt-ghettonot really12:53
lubot<fwapy> oh12:53
lubot<fwapy> ic12:53
lubot<fwapy> i'll do some searching12:53
apt-ghettogithub.com/lubuntu-team12:54
apt-ghettoif you like to use github12:54
apt-ghettoor you can use your github credentials to create an account on phab.lubuntu.me12:54
lubot<HMollerCl> @fwapy [app?], I don't know how to call the piece of gui software that can do that12:54
lubot<fwapy> oki12:54
lubot<fwapy> @HMollerCl [I don't know how to call the piece of gui software that can do that], won't cli work better12:55
lubot<kc2bez> @HMollerCl [anyone here that uses KDE knows which app is the one that install privative driv …], They don't have a separate app, it is part of KCM or Kconfig Modules in system settings.13:05
lubot<HMollerCl> KCM is the same as Kconfig?13:11
lubot<HMollerCl> @Wolfenprey talk me about kubuntu-driver-manager is not the same?13:12
lubot<kc2bez> `systemsettings5` is the application name.13:16
lubot<tsimonq2> @HMollerCl [anyone here that uses KDE knows which app is the one that install privative driv …], @acheronuk is the Kubuntu maintainer. :P13:30
lubot<teward001> @tsimonq2 just nagging as I normally do.  so shush.  also 90% of users dont read release notes this is confirmed13:45
apt-ghetto98% don't encrypt13:46
lubot<acheronuk> @HMollerCl [anyone here that uses KDE knows which app is the one that install privative driv …], 'privative'? umm, you mean proprietary?13:55
lubot<acheronuk> https://cgit.kde.org/kubuntu-driver-kcm.git/13:56
lubot<acheronuk> @kc2bez [They don't have a separate app, it is part of KCM or Kconfig Modules in system s …], Yeah, but it will also run seperatelt like most kcm modules outside systemsettings. e.g. envoke with kcmshell513:58
lubot<kc2bez> Good to know, thanks for the information.13:59
lubot<HMollerCl> @acheronuk ['privative'? umm, you mean proprietary?], Yes14:12
lubot<HMollerCl> Thanks for the info14:13
lubot<tsimonq2> @teward001 [@tsimonq2 just nagging as I normally do.  so shush.  also 90% of users dont read …], Which is why we want a welcome center which shows them. :P14:23
lubot<aptghetto> The release notes that no one reads?14:24
lubot<tsimonq2> @aptghetto [The release notes that no one reads?], Yes. :P14:24
lubot<tsimonq2> If they don't read the release notes they're missing out, but hey.14:25
lubot<aptghetto> Good, maybe with big blinking arrows around?14:25
lubot<tsimonq2> 😆14:25
lubot<SamuelBanya> Did anyone update my push access?14:35
lubot<aptghetto> I have added the reviewers14:36
lubot<aptghetto> To your diff14:36
lubot<teward001> @tsimonq2 [Which is why we want a welcome center which shows them. :P], That only works after install, unless you force them to read release notes during the installer process.15:15
lubot<teward001> :P15:15
lubot<teward001> 'cause the encrypted partition breakage means they don't *see* a welcome center.15:15
lubot<brli7848> @teward001 [That only works after install, unless you force them to read release notes durin …], IMHO, one should always read, or at least, browse over the release note,  before download the iso...15:54
teward@brli7848 I agree with you.  However, users are typically lazy and won't read if they can avoid it.15:55
tewardthose of us in highly technical fields tend to but I also wanted the phab link.15:55
tewardthe problem is unless you FORCE users to read it... they won't.15:55
tewardbut thats its own can of worms right there15:55
lubot<SamuelBanya> How about a brief note aka an JavaScript alert when you click the iso download button with the release notes?16:39

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