[Bug 289918] Re: Regression: Connecting to FreeNX breaks keyboard layout in Intrepid

2008-11-24 Thread Daniel Holbert
FWIW, I have this exact same problem using VMWare Workstation with this setup: host = Ubuntu 8.10 guest= Ubuntu 8.04 VMWare Workstation version = 6.5.0 build-118166 In this setup, UpArrow triggers 'save screenshot' (in the guest), RightControl types out ^[[6~, PageDown triggers context

[Bug 389728] Re: Uninstallable in Karmic due to bad dep on libgdl, FTBFS if rebuilt

2009-06-19 Thread Daniel Holbert
This is preventing other packages (miro in my case) from building. This same issue prevents the revelation password-manager app from installing (and maybe building?), due to its dependency on python- gnome2-extras, which depends on the broken python-gdl package. -- Uninstallable in Karmic due

[Bug 337333] Re: Importing secret key not working

2011-02-23 Thread Daniel Holbert
I just hit this same warning in Ubuntu 10.1... ** (seahorse:2658): WARNING **: imported key but then couldn't find it in keyring: [long-key-id] ...but in my case it was because $HOME/.gnupg/pubring.gpg was owned by root for some reason. (I must have accidentally run some command with sudo that

[Bug 337333] Re: Importing secret key not working

2011-02-23 Thread Daniel Holbert
I just hit this same warning in Ubuntu 10.1... Sorry, that should read Ubuntu 10.10 -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is a bug assignee. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/337333 Title: Importing secret key not working -- desktop-bugs

[Bug 432598] Re: can_suspend and can_hibernate values aren't respected

2010-01-19 Thread Daniel Holbert
@Martin: or be autodetected from the system whether it's capable of suspending in the first place (see devkit-power --dump, can-suspend and can-hibernate properties; this part should work fine). This sounds like it'd still present Hibernate as an option on computers that have encrypted swap

[Bug 432598] Re: can_suspend and can_hibernate values aren't respected

2009-10-24 Thread Daniel Holbert
FWIW: This worked in Jaunty, so this is a new bug in Karmic. This is particularly important for people running with encrypted swap partitions, because hibernate doesn't play nicely with encrypted swap yet. Whenever I shutdown / suspend / restart, I'm constantly afraid that I'll accidentally

[Bug 439732] Re: empathy crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()

2009-10-29 Thread Daniel Holbert
** Changed in: empathy (Ubuntu) Status: Fix Released = Confirmed -- empathy crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast() https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/439732 You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to empathy in

[Bug 439732] Re: empathy crashed with SIGSEGV in g_type_check_instance_cast()

2009-10-30 Thread Daniel Holbert
I didn't file this bug, nor am I sure if it's still reproducible (or how to reproduce it), so I'm not filing a new bug. I explained why I reopened it in Comment #5 -- I don't agree with (or perhaps understand?) your justification for closing it in the first place. The fix released on bug #437111

[Bug 432598] Re: can_suspend and can_hibernate values aren't respected

2009-11-20 Thread Daniel Holbert
@stacktracer's workaround worked for me. @StephanBeal: That file exists on my Ubuntu Karmic system -- I'm not sure why it doesn't on yours. dpkg -S [filename] says that it's owned by the package devicekit-power. Anyway, I'm attaching my copy, for your benefit. (with the workaround already

[Bug 1228548] Re: gvfsd-mtp crashed with SIGSEGV in LIBMTP_Get_Storage()

2013-09-22 Thread Daniel Holbert
I hit this when unmounting my nexus 7 (original series, from 2012, running up-to-date Android 4.3). -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gvfs in Ubuntu. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/1228548 Title: gvfsd-mtp crashed

[Bug 1765304] Re: Ubuntu 18.04's ibus package breaks password fields in Firefox (by lowering & raising window whenever they're focused)

2018-12-27 Thread Daniel Holbert
RE cosmic (replying to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ibus/+bug/1765304/comments/52 and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ibus/+bug/1765304/comments/55 ): I've installed the proposed gnome-shell-common and gnome-shell package updates, and I don't see any issues so far (after a

[Bug 1765304] Re: Ubuntu 18.04's ibus package breaks password fields in Firefox (by lowering & raising window whenever they're focused)

2018-12-12 Thread Daniel Holbert
The fix seems good to me! My verification steps: - I verified that I could still reproduce the issues in the first post here, in a stock Ubuntu 18.04.1 installation in a VM (all package at their "freshly installed" version, including Firefox). - In doing this, I tested both scenarios from

[Bug 1765304] Re: Ubuntu 18.04's ibus package breaks password fields in Firefox (by lowering & raising window whenever they're focused)

2018-12-19 Thread Daniel Holbert
(My experience [of Cosmic being unaffected] seems to match what was reported in comment 44 ( https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ibus/+bug/1765304/comments/44 ), too.) -- You received this bug notification because you are a member of Ubuntu Desktop Bugs, which is subscribed to gnome-shell

[Bug 1765304] Re: Ubuntu 18.04's ibus package breaks password fields in Firefox (by lowering & raising window whenever they're focused)

2018-12-19 Thread Daniel Holbert
Hi Brian. I have been running Cosmic (Ubuntu 18.10) as my main OS since its release, and I don't think I've ever actually hit the bug on Cosmic. (I just verified that I have the GTK_IM_MODULE=ibus variable set, too. So I think I would be hitting this bug, if Cosmic were affected.) So, my

[Bug 1765304] Re: Ubuntu 18.04's ibus package breaks password fields in Firefox (by lowering & raising window whenever they're focused)

2019-02-08 Thread Daniel Holbert
Hi Justin! Original reporter here -- I've been running Ubuntu 18.10 since release, and I've never once been able to reproduce this issue on that version. I have the same gnome-shell version as you, and I tested Firefox 65 (official version from Ubuntu repos) and am still unable to reproduce. I'd