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"Thomas Delbeke" 11-30-2008 05:49 AM

launchpad-users Digest, Vol 36, Issue 31
 
Hi,

I think there are no kernel oopses being generated in my new kernel:

gedit kernel.log:

Nov 30 05:19:54 thomas-laptop kernel: [** 35.514675] modprobe[5007]: segfault at 0 ip 0804b0fc sp bff4ee20 error 6 in modprobe[8048000+5000]


thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ lsb_release -rd ; uname -a
Description:*** Ubuntu jaunty (development branch)
Release:*** 9.04
Linux thomas-laptop 2.6.28-1-ub-generic #1 SMP Wed Nov 26 19:15:48 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux

thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ lsb_release -rd ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy linux-crashdump
Description:*** Ubuntu jaunty (development branch)
Release:*** 9.04
Linux thomas-laptop 2.6.28-1-ub-generic #1 SMP Wed Nov 26 19:15:48 UTC 2008 i686 GNU/Linux

linux-crashdump:
* Installed: 2.6.27.8.12
* Candidate: 2.6.27.8.12
* Version table:
**** 2.6.27.8.12 0
******* 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
**** 2.6.27.7.11 0
******* 500 http://archive.ubuntu.com jaunty/universe Packages

thomas@thomas-laptop:~$


2008/11/30 Thomas Delbeke <toom2079@gmail.com>

Hi,

are these all different bugs then?

See below:

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) continue

Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.

0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) continue
Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) backtrace full
#0* 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()


No symbol table info available.
#1* 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
No symbol table info available.
#2* 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7640d8, vbuf=0xa9a2e30, count=1) at perlio.c:2704


*** len = 177876528
*** fd = 10
#3* 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at perlio.c:3741
*** count = <value optimized out>
*** buf = 0xa9a2e30 "
true
"
*** p = 0xa9a2e30 "
true
"


*** b = (PerlIOBuf * const) 0xa7640d8
*** code = <value optimized out>
*** n = (PerlIO *) 0xa7640d8
#4* 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
*** sp = (SV **) 0xa92abc0
*** mark = (SV **) 0xa92abc4


*** io = (IO *) 0xa7d9670
*** fp = (PerlIO *) 0xa0d32e8
*** mg = (MAGIC *) 0x0
*** gv = (GV * const) 0xaa92a88
#5* 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
No locals.
#6* 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391


*** oldscope = 1
*** ret = <value optimized out>
*** cur_env = {je_prev = 0xa0b517c, je_buf = {{__jmpbuf = {-1077578704, 135671040, 134626576, -1077578776, 235291028, -1830480133}, __mask_was_saved = 0, __saved_mask = {__val = {3086023933, 3217388448, 3087310427, 3087374376, 3086915880, 1, 1, 0, 134580504, 4, 0, 135778316, 1, 3086816952, 168513544, 135671040, 168514084, 3217388520, 3087333776, 0, 168513544, 135671040, 3085154456, 3217388520, 134935280, 30, 135700189, 5, 10, 0, 0, 134846976}}}}, je_ret = 0, je_mustcatch = 0 ''}


#7* 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at perlmain.c:113
*** exitstatus = <value optimized out>
(gdb) info registers
eax*********** 0xffffffe0*** -32
ecx*********** 0xa9a2e30*** 177876528


edx*********** 0x1*** 1
ebx*********** 0xa*** 10
esp*********** 0xbfc57268*** 0xbfc57268
ebp*********** 0xbfc57298*** 0xbfc57298
esi*********** 0xa*** 10
edi*********** 0x1*** 1
eip*********** 0xb803b430*** 0xb803b430 <__kernel_vsyscall+16>


eflags******** 0x246*** [ PF ZF IF ]
cs************ 0x73*** 115
ss************ 0x7b*** 123
ds************ 0x7b*** 123
es************ 0x7b*** 123
fs************ 0x0*** 0
gs************ 0x33*** 51
(gdb) thread apply all backtrace



Thread 1 (Thread 0xb7e3b8d0 (LWP 4697)):
#0* 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
#1* 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
#2* 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7640d8, vbuf=0xa9a2e30, count=1) at perlio.c:2704


#3* 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at perlio.c:3741
#4* 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
#5* 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38


#6* 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
#7* 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at perlmain.c:113
(gdb) continue
Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.


0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) continue
Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) continue

Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.

0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) backtrace full
#0* 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
No symbol table info available.
#1* 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0

No symbol table info available.

#2* 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7c4af8, vbuf=0xaa5d228, count=1) at perlio.c:2704
*** len = 178639400
*** fd = 10
#3* 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at perlio.c:3741


*** count = <value optimized out>
*** buf = 0xaa5d228 "
"
*** p = 0xaa5d228 "
"
*** b = (PerlIOBuf * const) 0xa7c4af8
*** code = <value optimized out>
*** n = (PerlIO *) 0xa7c4af8


#4* 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
*** sp = (SV **) 0xa92abc0
*** mark = (SV **) 0xa92abc4
*** io = (IO *) 0xaa88598
*** fp = (PerlIO *) 0xa0d32e8
*** mg = (MAGIC *) 0x0


*** gv = (GV * const) 0xa8355e0
#5* 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
No locals.
#6* 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
*** oldscope = 1
*** ret = <value optimized out>


*** cur_env = {je_prev = 0xa0b517c, je_buf = {{__jmpbuf = {-1077578704, 135671040, 134626576, -1077578776, 235291028, -1830480133}, __mask_was_saved = 0, __saved_mask = {__val = {3086023933, 3217388448, 3087310427, 3087374376, 3086915880, 1, 1, 0, 134580504, 4, 0, 135778316, 1, 3086816952, 168513544, 135671040, 168514084, 3217388520, 3087333776, 0, 168513544, 135671040, 3085154456, 3217388520, 134935280, 30, 135700189, 5, 10, 0, 0, 134846976}}}}, je_ret = 0, je_mustcatch = 0 ''}


#7* 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at perlmain.c:113
*** exitstatus = <value optimized out>
(gdb) info registers
eax*********** 0xffffffe0*** -32
ecx*********** 0xaa5d228*** 178639400


edx*********** 0x1*** 1
ebx*********** 0xa*** 10
esp*********** 0xbfc57268*** 0xbfc57268
ebp*********** 0xbfc57298*** 0xbfc57298
esi*********** 0xa*** 10
edi*********** 0x1*** 1
eip*********** 0xb803b430*** 0xb803b430 <__kernel_vsyscall+16>


eflags******** 0x246*** [ PF ZF IF ]
cs************ 0x73*** 115
ss************ 0x7b*** 123
ds************ 0x7b*** 123
es************ 0x7b*** 123
fs************ 0x0*** 0
gs************ 0x33*** 51
(gdb) thread apply all backtrace



Thread 1 (Thread 0xb7e3b8d0 (LWP 4697)):
#0* 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
#1* 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
#2* 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7c4af8, vbuf=0xaa5d228, count=1) at perlio.c:2704


#3* 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at perlio.c:3741
#4* 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
#5* 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38


#6* 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
#7* 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at perlmain.c:113
(gdb) continue
Continuing.

Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.


0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
(gdb) continue
Continuing.


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Message: 1

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 13:09:30 +0000

From: "Matthew East" <mdke@ubuntu.com>

Subject: "Abuse" of Contact User feature

To: "Launchpad Users List" <launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com>

Message-ID:

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Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8



Hi,



Over the last couple of days I've had a few direct emails from users

looking for support with Ubuntu which end up in my inbox. They have

been sent through the "Contact user" feature of Launchpad:



"This message was sent by Launchpad via the Contact user/team

link on your profile page. *For more information see

https://help.launchpad.net/YourAccount/ContactingPeople"



It's not the end of the world, I will try and set up a filter on these

messages so that they don't end up in my inbox, and then reply to them

when I have time, but I wondered if there anything that can/should be

done to make it clearer that this feature is not for support requests?



--

Matthew East

http://www.mdke.org

gnupg pub 1024D/0E6B06FF







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Message: 2

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 17:04:36 +0000

From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>

Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

Message-ID:

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Hi there people,



unfortunately still no luck with the gpg-key.



Can you guys give me an alternative on where to post the following?



Failures of dpkg-reconfigure in Jaunty:



Setup:



thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ sudo su

[sudo] password for thomas:

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# dpkg-reconfigure -p low debconf

Configuring debconf

-------------------



Packages that use debconf for configuration share a common look and feel.

You

can select the type of user interface they use.



The dialog frontend is a full-screen, character based interface, while the

readline frontend uses a more traditional plain text interface, and both the



gnome and kde frontends are modern X interfaces, fitting the respective

desktops

(but may be used in any X environment). The editor frontend lets you

configure

things using your favorite text editor. The noninteractive frontend never

asks

you any questions.



*1. Dialog *2. Readline *3. Gnome *4. Kde *5. Editor *6. Noninteractive



Interface to use: 2





Debconf prioritizes the questions it asks you. Pick the lowest priority of

question you want to see:

*- 'critical' only prompts you if the system might break.

* *Pick it if you are a newbie, or in a hurry.

*- 'high' is for rather important questions

*- 'medium' is for normal questions

*- 'low' is for control freaks who want to see everything





Note that no matter what level you pick here, you will be able to see every

question if you reconfigure a package with dpkg-reconfigure.



*1. critical *2. high *3. medium *4. low



Ignore questions with a priority less than: 4





root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas#



Errors:



dpkg-reconfigure -au is halted at the following packages:



scanlogd

gsm-utils

gsm-tools

chillispot



Unknown package:



Unknown media type in type 'fonts/package'



Unknown media type in type 'interface/x-winamp-skin'



gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.

Caching application data...

Generating mime/codec maps...

gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.

gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.



(gconftool-2:28563): GConf-CRITICAL **: Failed to load file

"/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree-mai.xml": Error on line 1637 char 71:

Element 'entry' was closed, but the currently open element is 'local_schema'



(gconftool-2:28578): GConf-WARNING **: Failed to write

"/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml": Failed to move temporary file

"/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml.new" to final location

"/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml": No such file or directory



Error syncing configuration data: Failed to write some configuration data to

disk

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconftool

Reading package lists... Done

Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

E: Couldn't find package gconftool

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconf-tool

Reading package lists... Done

Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

E: Couldn't find package gconf-tool

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconf

Reading package lists... Done

Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

E: Couldn't find package gconf

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas#



Thanks,



Thomas

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Message: 3

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 18:46:52 -0500

From: Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi@gmail.com>

Subject: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to

* * * *have * *a 3D avatar chat]

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

Message-ID: <1228002412.26315.3.camel@betty>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"



Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's comments?



-------- Forwarded Message --------

> From: abdon <abdonjesusbp@gmail.com>

> Reply-To: Bug 235164 <235164@bugs.launchpad.net>

> To: macoafi@gmail.com

> Subject: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to have a

> 3D avatar chat

> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 22:03:21 -0000



*snip*



--

Mackenzie Morgan

http://ubuntulinuxtipstricks.blogspot.com

apt-get moo

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Message: 4

Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 01:47:45 +0100

From: Jean-Baptiste Lallement <jeanbaptiste.lallement@gmail.com>

Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you

* * * *to * * *have * *a 3D avatar chat]

To: macoafi@gmail.com

Cc: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

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Hi Mackenzie,



On 11/30/2008 12:46 AM, Mackenzie Morgan wrote:

> Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's comments?

>

Open a new question on https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad and

provide the link to the comment.



Cheers,





> -------- Forwarded Message --------

>> From: abdon <abdonjesusbp@gmail.com>

>> Reply-To: Bug 235164 <235164@bugs.launchpad.net>

>> To: macoafi@gmail.com

>> Subject: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to have a

>> 3D avatar chat

>> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 22:03:21 -0000

>

> *snip*

>

>







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Message: 5

Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 02:47:35 +0000

From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>

Subject: Bug or not? dpkg-reconfigure -au

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

Message-ID:

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Hi when attaching the pid of dpkg-reconfigure to root# gdb 2>&1 | tee

gdb-dpkg-reconfigure.txt



and



handle SIG33 ...

set pag...

attach <PID> -au

continue



I get this:



Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.

0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()

(gdb) continue

Continuing.



Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.

0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()

(gdb) continue

Continuing.



Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.

0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()

(gdb) continue

Continuing.



I can restart all of these interuptions with up-arrow and enter (continue)



Is this a bug in dpkg-reconfigure?



I presume it is, because it is not like the true interuptions triggered by

for instance scanlogd:



** Starting Samba daemons * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *[

OK ]

saned disabled; edit /etc/default/saned

--------- IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR XINETD USERS ----------

The following line will be added to your /etc/inetd.conf file:



#<off># sane-port stream tcp nowait saned:saned /usr/sbin/saned saned



If you are indeed using xinetd, you will have to convert the

above into /etc/xinetd.conf format, and add it manually. See

/usr/share/doc/xinetd/README.Debian for more information.

Suggested entry (automatically converted using itox):



-----------------------------------------------------------



saned disabled; edit /etc/default/saned

Stopping scanlogd: scanlogd.

The system user `scanlogd' already exists. Exiting.

Starting scanlogd: chroot: No such file or directory

invoke-rc.d: initscript scanlogd, action "start" failed.

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove scanlogd

Reading package lists... Done

Building dependency tree

Reading state information... Done

The following packages will be REMOVED

*scanlogd

0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 1 to remove and 0 not upgraded.

After this operation, 115kB disk space will be freed.

Do you want to continue [Y/n]? y

(Reading database ... 475487 files and directories currently installed.)

Removing scanlogd ...

Stopping scanlogd: scanlogd.

Processing triggers for man-db ...

root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# dpkg-reconfigure -au



Is there a way to run dpkg-reconfigure verbosely, so I can see which

packages trigger this (and ultimately get a backtrace)? Or shoud I attach

pidof gdb to another gdb? Should I file a bug or run 'root# dpkg-reconfigure

> /home/me/Desktop/some-file'?



Cheers,



Thomas

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Message: 6

Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 02:57:28 +0000

From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>

Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

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Hi there,



sorry for previous post.



I think this 'bug' was caused because I seem to have done: $ gnome-terminal

and then sudo su (in new terminal) and then dpkg-reconfigure. I then closed

the first terminal or su'd it, I do not recall.



Also I ran attach <PID> and not <PID> -au obviously..



Please ignore this post.

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Message: 7

Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 21:57:41 -0500

From: Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi@gmail.com>

Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you

* * * *to * * *have * *a 3D avatar chat]

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

Message-ID: <1228013861.8594.3.camel@betty>

Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"



On Sun, 2008-11-30 at 01:47 +0100, Jean-Baptiste Lallement wrote:

> Hi Mackenzie,

>

> On 11/30/2008 12:46 AM, Mackenzie Morgan wrote:

> > Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's comments?

> >

> Open a new question on https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad and

> provide the link to the comment.



OK, thank you.



--

Mackenzie Morgan

http://ubuntulinuxtipstricks.blogspot.com

apt-get moo

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Message: 8

Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 03:03:07 +0000

From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>

Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty

To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com

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Sorry,



this is actually a bug. This seems to trigger it:



[...]



Unknown media type in type 'interface/x-winamp-skin'



WARNING: Failed to parse default value `??????????? ??????

;gtk-theme-selector.desktop,???????????? ???????????

???;default-applications.desktop,???????????

????;gnome-cups-manager.desktop]' for schema

(/schemas/apps/control-center/cc_actions_list)

Unknown media type in type 'all/all'



Unknown media type in type 'all/allfiles'



[...]

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"Myriam Schweingruber" 12-01-2008 03:44 PM

launchpad-users Digest, Vol 36, Issue 31
 
Hi Thomas,

I don't think that launchpad-users@ is the right mailing list to
address with your bug reports. Why not filing them on
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ or discuss this on a developer list?

Greets

Myriam

On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 07:49, Thomas Delbeke <toom2079@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I think there are no kernel oopses being generated in my new kernel:
>
> gedit kernel.log:
>
> Nov 30 05:19:54 thomas-laptop kernel: [ 35.514675] modprobe[5007]:
> segfault at 0 ip 0804b0fc sp bff4ee20 error 6 in modprobe[8048000+5000]
>
> thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ lsb_release -rd ; uname -a
> Description: Ubuntu jaunty (development branch)
> Release: 9.04
> Linux thomas-laptop 2.6.28-1-ub-generic #1 SMP Wed Nov 26 19:15:48 UTC 2008
> i686 GNU/Linux
> thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ lsb_release -rd ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy
> linux-crashdump
> Description: Ubuntu jaunty (development branch)
> Release: 9.04
> Linux thomas-laptop 2.6.28-1-ub-generic #1 SMP Wed Nov 26 19:15:48 UTC 2008
> i686 GNU/Linux
> linux-crashdump:
> Installed: 2.6.27.8.12
> Candidate: 2.6.27.8.12
> Version table:
> *** 2.6.27.8.12 0
> 100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
> 2.6.27.7.11 0
> 500 http://archive.ubuntu.com jaunty/universe Packages
> thomas@thomas-laptop:~$
>
>
> 2008/11/30 Thomas Delbeke <toom2079@gmail.com>
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> are these all different bugs then?
>>
>> See below:
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) backtrace full
>> #0 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> No symbol table info available.
>> #1 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from
>> /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
>> No symbol table info available.
>> #2 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7640d8,
>> vbuf=0xa9a2e30, count=1) at perlio.c:2704
>> len = 177876528
>> fd = 10
>> #3 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at
>> perlio.c:3741
>> count = <value optimized out>
>> buf = 0xa9a2e30 "
true
"
>> p = 0xa9a2e30 "
true
"
>> b = (PerlIOBuf * const) 0xa7640d8
>> code = <value optimized out>
>> n = (PerlIO *) 0xa7640d8
>> #4 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
>> sp = (SV **) 0xa92abc0
>> mark = (SV **) 0xa92abc4
>> io = (IO *) 0xa7d9670
>> fp = (PerlIO *) 0xa0d32e8
>> mg = (MAGIC *) 0x0
>> gv = (GV * const) 0xaa92a88
>> #5 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
>> No locals.
>> #6 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
>> oldscope = 1
>> ret = <value optimized out>
>> cur_env = {je_prev = 0xa0b517c, je_buf = {{__jmpbuf = {-1077578704,
>> 135671040, 134626576, -1077578776, 235291028, -1830480133}, __mask_was_saved
>> = 0, __saved_mask = {__val = {3086023933, 3217388448, 3087310427,
>> 3087374376, 3086915880, 1, 1, 0, 134580504, 4, 0, 135778316, 1, 3086816952,
>> 168513544, 135671040, 168514084, 3217388520, 3087333776, 0, 168513544,
>> 135671040, 3085154456, 3217388520, 134935280, 30, 135700189, 5, 10, 0, 0,
>> 134846976}}}}, je_ret = 0, je_mustcatch = 0 ''}
>> #7 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at
>> perlmain.c:113
>> exitstatus = <value optimized out>
>> (gdb) info registers
>> eax 0xffffffe0 -32
>> ecx 0xa9a2e30 177876528
>> edx 0x1 1
>> ebx 0xa 10
>> esp 0xbfc57268 0xbfc57268
>> ebp 0xbfc57298 0xbfc57298
>> esi 0xa 10
>> edi 0x1 1
>> eip 0xb803b430 0xb803b430 <__kernel_vsyscall+16>
>> eflags 0x246 [ PF ZF IF ]
>> cs 0x73 115
>> ss 0x7b 123
>> ds 0x7b 123
>> es 0x7b 123
>> fs 0x0 0
>> gs 0x33 51
>> (gdb) thread apply all backtrace
>>
>> Thread 1 (Thread 0xb7e3b8d0 (LWP 4697)):
>> #0 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> #1 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from
>> /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
>> #2 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7640d8,
>> vbuf=0xa9a2e30, count=1) at perlio.c:2704
>> #3 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at
>> perlio.c:3741
>> #4 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
>> #5 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
>> #6 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
>> #7 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at
>> perlmain.c:113
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) backtrace full
>> #0 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> No symbol table info available.
>> #1 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from
>> /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
>> No symbol table info available.
>> #2 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7c4af8,
>> vbuf=0xaa5d228, count=1) at perlio.c:2704
>> len = 178639400
>> fd = 10
>> #3 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at
>> perlio.c:3741
>> count = <value optimized out>
>> buf = 0xaa5d228 "
"
>> p = 0xaa5d228 "
"
>> b = (PerlIOBuf * const) 0xa7c4af8
>> code = <value optimized out>
>> n = (PerlIO *) 0xa7c4af8
>> #4 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
>> sp = (SV **) 0xa92abc0
>> mark = (SV **) 0xa92abc4
>> io = (IO *) 0xaa88598
>> fp = (PerlIO *) 0xa0d32e8
>> mg = (MAGIC *) 0x0
>> gv = (GV * const) 0xa8355e0
>> #5 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
>> No locals.
>> #6 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
>> oldscope = 1
>> ret = <value optimized out>
>> cur_env = {je_prev = 0xa0b517c, je_buf = {{__jmpbuf = {-1077578704,
>> 135671040, 134626576, -1077578776, 235291028, -1830480133}, __mask_was_saved
>> = 0, __saved_mask = {__val = {3086023933, 3217388448, 3087310427,
>> 3087374376, 3086915880, 1, 1, 0, 134580504, 4, 0, 135778316, 1, 3086816952,
>> 168513544, 135671040, 168514084, 3217388520, 3087333776, 0, 168513544,
>> 135671040, 3085154456, 3217388520, 134935280, 30, 135700189, 5, 10, 0, 0,
>> 134846976}}}}, je_ret = 0, je_mustcatch = 0 ''}
>> #7 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at
>> perlmain.c:113
>> exitstatus = <value optimized out>
>> (gdb) info registers
>> eax 0xffffffe0 -32
>> ecx 0xaa5d228 178639400
>> edx 0x1 1
>> ebx 0xa 10
>> esp 0xbfc57268 0xbfc57268
>> ebp 0xbfc57298 0xbfc57298
>> esi 0xa 10
>> edi 0x1 1
>> eip 0xb803b430 0xb803b430 <__kernel_vsyscall+16>
>> eflags 0x246 [ PF ZF IF ]
>> cs 0x73 115
>> ss 0x7b 123
>> ds 0x7b 123
>> es 0x7b 123
>> fs 0x0 0
>> gs 0x33 51
>> (gdb) thread apply all backtrace
>>
>> Thread 1 (Thread 0xb7e3b8d0 (LWP 4697)):
>> #0 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> #1 0xb7fdd053 in __write_nocancel () from
>> /lib/tls/i686/cmov/libpthread.so.0
>> #2 0x08123d1b in PerlIOUnix_write (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa7c4af8,
>> vbuf=0xaa5d228, count=1) at perlio.c:2704
>> #3 0x08124c38 in PerlIOBuf_flush (my_perl=0xa0b5008, f=0xa0d32e8) at
>> perlio.c:3741
>> #4 0x080ba34c in Perl_pp_print (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at pp_hot.c:795
>> #5 0x080b20c9 in Perl_runops_standard (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at run.c:38
>> #6 0x080b0530 in perl_run (my_perl=0xa0b5008) at perl.c:2391
>> #7 0x08063ebd in main (argc=4, argv=0xbfc574b4, env=0xbfc574c8) at
>> perlmain.c:113
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>> 0xb803b430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>> (gdb) continue
>> Continuing.
>>
>>
>> 2008/11/30 <launchpad-users-request@lists.canonical.com>
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>>> 1. "Abuse" of Contact User feature (Matthew East)
>>> 2. dpkg-reconfigure jaunty (Thomas Delbeke)
>>> 3. [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to
>>> have a 3D avatar chat] (Mackenzie Morgan)
>>> 4. Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you
>>> to have a 3D avatar chat] (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
>>> 5. Bug or not? dpkg-reconfigure -au (Thomas Delbeke)
>>> 6. dpkg-reconfigure jaunty (Thomas Delbeke)
>>> 7. Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you
>>> to have a 3D avatar chat] (Mackenzie Morgan)
>>> 8. dpkg-reconfigure jaunty (Thomas Delbeke)
>>>
>>>
>>> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> Message: 1
>>> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 13:09:30 +0000
>>> From: "Matthew East" <mdke@ubuntu.com>
>>> Subject: "Abuse" of Contact User feature
>>> To: "Launchpad Users List" <launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com>
>>> Message-ID:
>>> <3bd91160811290509r61f72c42vd2e2d38cb401414a@mail. gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>>
>>> Over the last couple of days I've had a few direct emails from users
>>> looking for support with Ubuntu which end up in my inbox. They have
>>> been sent through the "Contact user" feature of Launchpad:
>>>
>>> "This message was sent by Launchpad via the Contact user/team
>>> link on your profile page. For more information see
>>> https://help.launchpad.net/YourAccount/ContactingPeople"
>>>
>>> It's not the end of the world, I will try and set up a filter on these
>>> messages so that they don't end up in my inbox, and then reply to them
>>> when I have time, but I wondered if there anything that can/should be
>>> done to make it clearer that this feature is not for support requests?
>>>
>>> --
>>> Matthew East
>>> http://www.mdke.org
>>> gnupg pub 1024D/0E6B06FF
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------
>>>
>>> Message: 2
>>> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 17:04:36 +0000
>>> From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID:
>>> <799cc56a0811290904r5e7e3ecdu2a1437627c6a84aa@mail .gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>>>
>>> Hi there people,
>>>
>>> unfortunately still no luck with the gpg-key.
>>>
>>> Can you guys give me an alternative on where to post the following?
>>>
>>> Failures of dpkg-reconfigure in Jaunty:
>>>
>>> Setup:
>>>
>>> thomas@thomas-laptop:~$ sudo su
>>> [sudo] password for thomas:
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# dpkg-reconfigure -p low debconf
>>> Configuring debconf
>>> -------------------
>>>
>>> Packages that use debconf for configuration share a common look and feel.
>>> You
>>> can select the type of user interface they use.
>>>
>>> The dialog frontend is a full-screen, character based interface, while
>>> the
>>> readline frontend uses a more traditional plain text interface, and both
>>> the
>>>
>>> gnome and kde frontends are modern X interfaces, fitting the respective
>>> desktops
>>> (but may be used in any X environment). The editor frontend lets you
>>> configure
>>> things using your favorite text editor. The noninteractive frontend never
>>> asks
>>> you any questions.
>>>
>>> 1. Dialog 2. Readline 3. Gnome 4. Kde 5. Editor 6. Noninteractive
>>>
>>> Interface to use: 2
>>>
>>>
>>> Debconf prioritizes the questions it asks you. Pick the lowest priority
>>> of
>>> question you want to see:
>>> - 'critical' only prompts you if the system might break.
>>> Pick it if you are a newbie, or in a hurry.
>>> - 'high' is for rather important questions
>>> - 'medium' is for normal questions
>>> - 'low' is for control freaks who want to see everything
>>>
>>>
>>> Note that no matter what level you pick here, you will be able to see
>>> every
>>> question if you reconfigure a package with dpkg-reconfigure.
>>>
>>> 1. critical 2. high 3. medium 4. low
>>>
>>> Ignore questions with a priority less than: 4
>>>
>>>
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas#
>>>
>>> Errors:
>>>
>>> dpkg-reconfigure -au is halted at the following packages:
>>>
>>> scanlogd
>>> gsm-utils
>>> gsm-tools
>>> chillispot
>>>
>>> Unknown package:
>>>
>>> Unknown media type in type 'fonts/package'
>>>
>>> Unknown media type in type 'interface/x-winamp-skin'
>>>
>>> gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.
>>> Caching application data...
>>> Generating mime/codec maps...
>>> gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.
>>> gtk-update-icon-cache: Cache file created successfully.
>>>
>>> (gconftool-2:28563): GConf-CRITICAL **: Failed to load file
>>> "/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree-mai.xml": Error on line 1637 char
>>> 71:
>>> Element 'entry' was closed, but the currently open element is
>>> 'local_schema'
>>>
>>> (gconftool-2:28578): GConf-WARNING **: Failed to write
>>> "/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml": Failed to move temporary file
>>> "/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml.new" to final location
>>> "/var/lib/gconf/defaults/%gconf-tree.xml": No such file or directory
>>>
>>> Error syncing configuration data: Failed to write some configuration data
>>> to
>>> disk
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconftool
>>> Reading package lists... Done
>>> Building dependency tree
>>> Reading state information... Done
>>> E: Couldn't find package gconftool
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconf-tool
>>> Reading package lists... Done
>>> Building dependency tree
>>> Reading state information... Done
>>> E: Couldn't find package gconf-tool
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove gconf
>>> Reading package lists... Done
>>> Building dependency tree
>>> Reading state information... Done
>>> E: Couldn't find package gconf
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas#
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>> Thomas
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>>> Message: 3
>>> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 18:46:52 -0500
>>> From: Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to
>>> have a 3D avatar chat]
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID: <1228002412.26315.3.camel@betty>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>>>
>>> Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's comments?
>>>
>>> -------- Forwarded Message --------
>>> > From: abdon <abdonjesusbp@gmail.com>
>>> > Reply-To: Bug 235164 <235164@bugs.launchpad.net>
>>> > To: macoafi@gmail.com
>>> > Subject: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to have a
>>> > 3D avatar chat
>>> > Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 22:03:21 -0000
>>>
>>> *snip*
>>>
>>> --
>>> Mackenzie Morgan
>>> http://ubuntulinuxtipstricks.blogspot.com
>>> apt-get moo
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>>>
>>> Message: 4
>>> Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 01:47:45 +0100
>>> From: Jean-Baptiste Lallement <jeanbaptiste.lallement@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you
>>> to have a 3D avatar chat]
>>> To: macoafi@gmail.com
>>> Cc: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID: <4931E2B1.4000209@gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
>>>
>>> Hi Mackenzie,
>>>
>>> On 11/30/2008 12:46 AM, Mackenzie Morgan wrote:
>>> > Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's
>>> > comments?
>>> >
>>> Open a new question on https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad and
>>> provide the link to the comment.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>>
>>> > -------- Forwarded Message --------
>>> >> From: abdon <abdonjesusbp@gmail.com>
>>> >> Reply-To: Bug 235164 <235164@bugs.launchpad.net>
>>> >> To: macoafi@gmail.com
>>> >> Subject: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you to have a
>>> >> 3D avatar chat
>>> >> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 22:03:21 -0000
>>> >
>>> > *snip*
>>> >
>>> >
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> ------------------------------
>>>
>>> Message: 5
>>> Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 02:47:35 +0000
>>> From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: Bug or not? dpkg-reconfigure -au
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID:
>>> <799cc56a0811291847m7166c7ecy64f793a0434ea89e@mail .gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>>>
>>> Hi when attaching the pid of dpkg-reconfigure to root# gdb 2>&1 | tee
>>> gdb-dpkg-reconfigure.txt
>>>
>>> and
>>>
>>> handle SIG33 ...
>>> set pag...
>>> attach <PID> -au
>>> continue
>>>
>>> I get this:
>>>
>>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>>> 0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>>> (gdb) continue
>>> Continuing.
>>>
>>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>>> 0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>>> (gdb) continue
>>> Continuing.
>>>
>>> Program received signal SIGPIPE, Broken pipe.
>>> 0xb7f0d430 in __kernel_vsyscall ()
>>> (gdb) continue
>>> Continuing.
>>>
>>> I can restart all of these interuptions with up-arrow and enter
>>> (continue)
>>>
>>> Is this a bug in dpkg-reconfigure?
>>>
>>> I presume it is, because it is not like the true interuptions triggered
>>> by
>>> for instance scanlogd:
>>>
>>> * Starting Samba daemons
>>> [
>>> OK ]
>>> saned disabled; edit /etc/default/saned
>>> --------- IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR XINETD USERS ----------
>>> The following line will be added to your /etc/inetd.conf file:
>>>
>>> #<off># sane-port stream tcp nowait saned:saned /usr/sbin/saned
>>> saned
>>>
>>> If you are indeed using xinetd, you will have to convert the
>>> above into /etc/xinetd.conf format, and add it manually. See
>>> /usr/share/doc/xinetd/README.Debian for more information.
>>> Suggested entry (automatically converted using itox):
>>>
>>> -----------------------------------------------------------
>>>
>>> saned disabled; edit /etc/default/saned
>>> Stopping scanlogd: scanlogd.
>>> The system user `scanlogd' already exists. Exiting.
>>> Starting scanlogd: chroot: No such file or directory
>>> invoke-rc.d: initscript scanlogd, action "start" failed.
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# apt-get remove scanlogd
>>> Reading package lists... Done
>>> Building dependency tree
>>> Reading state information... Done
>>> The following packages will be REMOVED
>>> scanlogd
>>> 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 1 to remove and 0 not upgraded.
>>> After this operation, 115kB disk space will be freed.
>>> Do you want to continue [Y/n]? y
>>> (Reading database ... 475487 files and directories currently installed.)
>>> Removing scanlogd ...
>>> Stopping scanlogd: scanlogd.
>>> Processing triggers for man-db ...
>>> root@thomas-laptop:/home/thomas# dpkg-reconfigure -au
>>>
>>> Is there a way to run dpkg-reconfigure verbosely, so I can see which
>>> packages trigger this (and ultimately get a backtrace)? Or shoud I attach
>>> pidof gdb to another gdb? Should I file a bug or run 'root#
>>> dpkg-reconfigure
>>> > /home/me/Desktop/some-file'?
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> Thomas
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>>>
>>> Message: 6
>>> Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 02:57:28 +0000
>>> From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID:
>>> <799cc56a0811291857r66c5f522vf33c4730d091ad4e@mail .gmail.com>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
>>>
>>> Hi there,
>>>
>>> sorry for previous post.
>>>
>>> I think this 'bug' was caused because I seem to have done: $
>>> gnome-terminal
>>> and then sudo su (in new terminal) and then dpkg-reconfigure. I then
>>> closed
>>> the first terminal or su'd it, I do not recall.
>>>
>>> Also I ran attach <PID> and not <PID> -au obviously..
>>>
>>> Please ignore this post.
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>>> Message: 7
>>> Date: Sat, 29 Nov 2008 21:57:41 -0500
>>> From: Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: Re: [Fwd: [Bug 235164] abdonjesusbp@gmail.com has invited you
>>> to have a 3D avatar chat]
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID: <1228013861.8594.3.camel@betty>
>>> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
>>>
>>> On Sun, 2008-11-30 at 01:47 +0100, Jean-Baptiste Lallement wrote:
>>> > Hi Mackenzie,
>>> >
>>> > On 11/30/2008 12:46 AM, Mackenzie Morgan wrote:
>>> > > Who do we talk to to get spam (see below) removed from a bug's
>>> > > comments?
>>> > >
>>> > Open a new question on https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad and
>>> > provide the link to the comment.
>>>
>>> OK, thank you.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Mackenzie Morgan
>>> http://ubuntulinuxtipstricks.blogspot.com
>>> apt-get moo
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>>> Message: 8
>>> Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2008 03:03:07 +0000
>>> From: "Thomas Delbeke" <toom2079@gmail.com>
>>> Subject: dpkg-reconfigure jaunty
>>> To: launchpad-users@lists.canonical.com
>>> Message-ID:
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>>>
>>> Sorry,
>>>
>>> this is actually a bug. This seems to trigger it:
>>>
>>> [...]
>>>
>>> Unknown media type in type 'interface/x-winamp-skin'
>>>
>>> WARNING: Failed to parse default value `??????????? ??????
>>> ;gtk-theme-selector.desktop,???????????? ???????????
>>> ???;default-applications.desktop,???????????
>>> ????;gnome-cups-manager.desktop]' for schema
>>> (/schemas/apps/control-center/cc_actions_list)
>>> Unknown media type in type 'all/all'
>>>
>>> Unknown media type in type 'all/allfiles'
>>>
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