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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Morning is always more clear than evening...
    Code:
    sudo dpkg  --purge libwayland0
    did the trick...

    Now
    Code:
    Setting up rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist (2.99.1+git20130606.051d8b96-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0) ...
      File "/usr/lib/rhythmbox/plugins/rbzeitgeist/rbzeitgeist.py", line 40
        except RuntimeError, e:
                           ^
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax
    
    dpkg: error processing rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist (--configure):
     subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
    Errors were encountered while processing:
     rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist
    E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
    looks like a joke...

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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Zika,

    Try the rhythmbox (2.99.1-0ubuntu1) from official saucy,

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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry33 View Post
    Zika,

    Try the rhythmbox (2.99.1-0ubuntu1) from official saucy,
    Since I'm not a RB user and not a ZG user I'm OK...
    I've had a problem like this already before and it is just the time for me to learn some of .py syntax...
    Last edited by zika; June 9th, 2013 at 09:04 PM.

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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry33 View Post
    VinDSL,
    It seems though you still have libwayland0 installed (because dpkg needs to overwrite) and that should be purged.
    Hrm...

    Code:
    vindsl@Zuul:~$ apt-cache policy libwayland.
    libwayland-cursor0-dbg:
      Installed: (none)
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
         1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland-server0:
      Installed: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
     *** 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
            100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland-dev:
      Installed: (none)
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
         1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland0-dbg:
      Installed: (none)
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0
      Version table:
         1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland-server0-dbg:
      Installed: (none)
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
         1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland0:
      Installed: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0
      Version table:
     *** 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
            100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
    libwayland-cursor0:
      Installed: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
     *** 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
            100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland-client0:
      Installed: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
     *** 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
            100 /var/lib/dpkg/status
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    libwayland-client0-dbg:
      Installed: (none)
      Candidate: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1
      Version table:
         1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz1 0
            500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/ricotz/staging/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
         1.1.0-2ubuntu1 0
            500 http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy/main i386 Packages
    vindsl@Zuul:~$
    I know that "libwayland-server0" snuck in there, while I was dancing on the keyboard. I can probably remove it.

    How about the rest of libwayland et al.

    Are you saying to nuke it all, or just "libwayland0"?

    EDIT

    Haven't had my first cup of "black magic" yet. I'm brewing a pot, as I type...

    Looking at the results above, I would *guess* that anything ending in "~ricotz0" should NOT be installed -- thus, only...

    "libwayland0: 1.1.0+git20130418.cfec3aec-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0"

    ...should go away, right?

    Think I'll try that, after I wake-up a bit more...

    EDIT2

    Okay, here goes...

    Code:
    vindsl@Zuul:~$ sudo dpkg --purge libwayland0
    [sudo] password for vindsl: 
    (Reading database ... 489617 files and directories currently installed.)
    Removing libwayland0:i386 ...
    Purging configuration files for libwayland0:i386 ...
    Processing triggers for libc-bin ...
    ldconfig deferred processing now taking place
    vindsl@Zuul:~$
    Let's see if it survives a cold boot.

    EDIT3

    Booted up just fine!

    Thanks, Harry (and zika)!
    Last edited by VinDSL; June 9th, 2013 at 04:54 PM. Reason: Addendum
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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by zika View Post
    Morning is always more clear than evening...
    Code:
    sudo dpkg  --purge libwayland0
    did the trick...

    Now
    Code:
    Setting up rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist (2.99.1+git20130606.051d8b96-0ubuntu1~13.10~ricotz0) ...
      File "/usr/lib/rhythmbox/plugins/rbzeitgeist/rbzeitgeist.py", line 40
        except RuntimeError, e:
                           ^
    SyntaxError: invalid syntax
    
    dpkg: error processing rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist (--configure):
     subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
    Errors were encountered while processing:
     rhythmbox-plugin-zeitgeist
    E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
    looks like a joke...
    Been getting that pesky error for a few weeks. I just ignore it.

    Hacked that file every_which_way_to_sunday, to no avail. Runtime error handling exception seems to be confused by the way it's being reraised -- probably the result of recent python upgrades.

    I figure, they'll correct it sooner or later...
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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry33 View Post
    Try the rhythmbox (2.99.1-0ubuntu1) from official saucy,
    Plays my music, podcasts, et cetera -- NO streaming audio!

    MPRIS D-Bus doesn't work, of course. Dev release won't be usable on the DE until it's fully cooked.
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    Tired of Thinking About It / Waiting for Someone Else To Post

    Is this article for real


    SOURCE: Popular Ubuntu Gnome maintainer Jeremy Bicha steps down
    You know him, you love him, and now, you'll also miss him. Jeremy Bicha, the long-time maintainer of Ubuntu's major Gnome packages, has made the decision to step down. He cites a lack of time (something all of us are feeling the pinch of these days) due to family and other issues.

    Despite not being a fan of the recent damage changes to Gnome in the form of Gnome Shell, I did become quite familiar with Jeremy and his work, and I've been amazed at how quickly he's been able to get Gnome's newest packages into a PPA for us bleeding edge lovers to enjoy.

    In Jeremy's place, will be Tim Lunn, an avid contributor, and Ubuntu+Gnome member.

    I wish them both the best going forward, and look forward to seeing what lays in store for Gnome in Ubuntu in the future.

    EDIT

    I judge it must be true. Jorge just pointed me toward Jeremy's official blog post...


    SOURCE: Moving On
    While I had been interested in Debian/Ubuntu packaging for a while, it was the release of GNOME 3 two years ago that gave me the opportunity to get involved significantly. As Ubuntu switched to Unity by default instead of a tweaked GNOME desktop, there was a need for contributors who cared about GNOME to step in and help out.

    I’m sad to announce that due to immense personal and family responsibilities, I simply won’t have the time or ability to contribute to the Ubuntu GNOME effort much longer. I get a lot of happiness out of participating in a major open source software project. It is my charity work. I am very pleased that my volunteered computer skills can improve the lives of millions of people.

    If you’ve been following the Ubuntu GNOME community, you have no doubt seen Tim Lunn’s work. Tim (darkxst) is an Ubuntu member, a GNOME Foundation member, and a Ubuntu Contributing Developer. He has submitted several fixes to gnome-shell, gdm, and other GNOME components. Tim is the clear choice to take over the Technical Lead role for Ubuntu GNOME.

    After our first official release last month, this is a great time to pitch in. We can use additional packagers, testers, and more. The Ubuntu GNOME project is especially in need of help with QA — testing the development releases (and our PPAs) to identify problems, triage incoming bug reports, and certify the releases. Thanks!
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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Sooner or later we all move on from one thing or another. I know this as I did the same myself. Linux is my new hobby and family. I look forward to the work of the new programmer and their work.
    UsingTheTerminal

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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    n/m
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    Re: GNOME3 Staging PPA

    Quote Originally Posted by VinDSL View Post
    I judge "GNOME3 Staging" is dead in the water, e.g. this is the beginning_of_the_end for GNOME3 on Ubuntu.
    Wow. Seriously. What are you talking about?

    Have you seen all the GNOME 3.8 stuff that's landed in Saucy? From my perspective, the GNOME team has already pushed more new stuff and improvements this cycle to Ubuntu than any other flavor (besides the Unity team). We basically have the mostly final GNOME Shell in already for this release cycle and it's only been about 7 weeks. Of course, the Ubuntu flavors aren't competing with each other but I'm very skeptical of any suggestions that any of the Ubuntu flavors are dead or nearly so.

    It's unclear where you frustration is directed. Rico is still maintaining the Ricotz PPA's for git snapshots. The GNOME development.1 release is usually not very interesting; several of the big features don't really land until as late as .5 or .90. There will be GNOME 3.9.* stuff show up in the GNOME3 Saucy PPA whenever someone (not me this year) gets around to doing it. It's difficult to maintain the several different PPAs with backports and Ubuntu releases (and weird combinations of them) and working with the Ubuntu Desktop Team to not regress Unity while pushing updates for the GNOME desktop. Generally, the remaining missing pieces are because of Ubuntu-specific customizations (or from a different perspective, "GNOME regressions").

    Just to pick one example, Nautilus 3.8 hasn't landed in Saucy yet and there are two remaining issues:
    1. Concerns about the new Nautilus affecting desktop drawing in Unity (I don't think any developers really care about Metacity). That needs more investigation and testing to find out what specific scenarios work and don't work with Nautilus 3.6 and then with Nautilus 3.8. No one has volunteered to do that.
    2. The Ubuntu developers and designers would like for there to be a nice New Document entry in the right-click menu.

    I am not the Ubuntu GNOME project. The project will not be ending this year and if people like you help out, there is no chance of it ending in future years either.

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