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I tried enabling the main/debug component for the PPA

1. syyskuuta 2020 klo 20.03
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Github
Avainsanat: Launchpad

I tried enabling the main/debug component for the PPA, but it just results in a bunch of ”repository […] doesn’t have the component ’main/debug'” errors when I run apt update. Should I open a separate issue about it?

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Keyboard shortcut restoring shortcut cut short when localized

10. huhtikuuta 2020 klo 15.38
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Gnome GitLab
Avainsanat: Gnome, Launchpad, Ubuntu

Affected version

I’m using Ubuntu 20.04 and Wayland, with gnome-shell currently at version 3.36.1-4ubuntu1. (I originally filed this on Launchpad.)

Bug summary

When trying to start a virtual machine with Gnome Boxes, I get a prompt about keyboard shortcuts. The prompt text is localized, but translated back to English it says:

Boxes wants to inhibit shortcuts

You can restore shortcuts by pressing Super+Escape.

In my locale (Finnish), it says

Sovellus Boksit haluaa rajoittaa pikanäppäinten toimintaa.

Voit palauttaa pikanäppäinten toiminnan painamalla Super...

(sic; see attached photo)

So the actual key combination is truncated, defeating the point of that part of the text.

This isn’t a localization error (AFAICT, based on the translation source). Rather, it’s caused by the text being forced to fit on a single line of an arbitrarily fixed width, instead of wrapping to span as many lines as needed.

Screenshot

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I first reported this against 62 in Launchpad

17. marraskuuta 2018 klo 15.13
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Mozilla Bugzilla
Avainsanat: Firefox, Launchpad, Ubuntu

I first reported this against 62 in Launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/1798103

Firefox was since updated to 63 in Ubuntu and the issue remains.

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Position of left-tiled windows not restored correctly when another left-tiled window present

18. toukokuuta 2018 klo 15.38
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Gnome GitLab
Avainsanat: Firefox, Gnome, Launchpad, Nautilus

Background

I’m using Ubuntu 18.04 with Gnome Shell 3.28.1, and was forwarded here from Launchpad, see bug #1767806 there.

The issue

When another window is maximized or tiled to the left side of the screen, re-opening an application whose window was previously tiled to the left side does not restore that windows’ previous position. Instead such windows open at varying distances from the dock, untiled.

Expected behavior

Steps to reproduce (with a newly created user)

  1. open Firefox, drag the window to the left edge of the screen to tile it there (filling up the left half of horizontal screen space)
  2. close Firefox
  3. open Nautilus, make sure that the window floats (i.e. is unmaximized and not tiled to either side of screen)
  4. open Firefox

What happens

As expected, Firefox’s window is tiled to the left edge of screen, immediately to the right side of the dock: screenshot.

Unexpected behavior

Steps to reproduce (with a newly created user)

  1. open Firefox, drag the window to the left edge of the screen to tile it there (filling up the left half of horizontal screen space)
  2. close Firefox
  3. open Nautilus, maximize its window
  4. open Firefox

What happens

Firefox’s window opens slightly to the right off the right edge of the dock (with a gap between the dock and the window): screenshot.

What I expect to happen

I expect Firefox’s window to be tiled to the left edge of screen, immediately to the right side of the dock, just as it did following the first recipe above.

Further information

  • Either maximizing or tiling Nautilus’ window to the left edge of the screen (at step 3) triggers the issue. Tiling it to the right edge of the screen does not.
  • Using Gnome Terminal instead of Nautilus triggers the issue just as well and I suspect any other application will, though I’ve only systematically tested these two so far.
  • From battling with this in my daily use I also know that the distance of incorrectly restored windows from the dock varies: different applications open at different distances. The precise mechanics of this still elude me, though the distances do appear to be multiples of 25 pixels.

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Over at Launchpad, Jamie Strandboge had this to say

21. helmikuuta 2018 klo 19.32
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Github
Avainsanat: Jamie Strandboge, Launchpad, Snap, Wekan

Over at Launchpad, Jamie Strandboge had this to say:

”As for install/refresh getting stuck, it seems that the wekan hooks aren’t exiting so snapd has no choice but to wait a while then timeout.

At this point, this seems like the issues are in the wekan snap: it needs to plug hardware-observe and needs to handle error conditions better in the hooks so the exit.”

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I went ahead and reported this on Launchpad

22. tammikuuta 2018 klo 16.01
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Github
Avainsanat: Launchpad, Snap, Wekan

I went ahead and reported this on Launchpad, we’ll see if anyone there has any ideas. A new SRU (2.30) of snapd also seems to be in the works, but no release as of yet.

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Typo: ”launchapd.net” in ssh_import_id

9. toukokuuta 2012 klo 17.49
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Launchpad
Avainsanat: Launchpad

Attaching a patch to fix this.

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With Unity from PPA, you cannot file bugs against Unity using ubuntu-bug

8. huhtikuuta 2012 klo 10.53
Sijainti: Videosivustot: YouTube
Avainsanat: Launchpad, saavutettavuus, Ubuntu, Unity

With Unity updated from the PPA, you cannot file bugs against it using ubuntu-bug, you’ll just get an error message saying ”Please remove any third party package and try again.” You can still file bugs directly on Launchpad using the browser, but then the report won’t have the logs attached to it.

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I tested fglrx just now and every time I launched VLC with audio, the X session went boom

6. helmikuuta 2012 klo 17.34
Sijainti: Vianhallintajärjestelmät: Launchpad
Avainsanat: ALSA, Launchpad, Linux, PulseAudio, Radeon

Hi David, thanks for responding. I tested fglrx just now and every time I launched VLC with audio, or in this case even Totem with audio, the X session went boom right before any sound came out. So if you meant ”does it work without tsched=0 when using fglrx”, I guess the answer is no. I’ll attach the X log, although this crash is probably unrelated to this report. (I only use the free drivers myself so I won’t bother to report this separately. It was pretty consistent and should be easily reproducible though.)

I didn’t know whether the radeon.audio=1 kernel parameter matters when fglrx is in use, so I tried both with it and without it, with the same result (X crash).

The only thing audiowise that didn’t crash the session was PA’s speaker test (from the audio settings). It didn’t make any sound either though.

Luckily, enabling Radeon audio in the kernel hasn’t given me any problems on this setup, at least such that I could link to it. I do have Bug #917668 filed in, but it’ll have to reoccur to get more data to see if that’s connected.

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