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#324 fixed The bugme timer disappearing bug is back jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 15 years ago.


The bug where the bugme timer disappears after login seems to be back. It was, I believe, first observed on cluster-test.xvm. However, cursory testing suggests that it only manifests itself on displays with a 4:3 resolution, not a 16:9 one.

I most recently observed the behavior on quickstation-lobby-16-2 (a GX620) about 10 minutes ago. I did not observe the behavior on quickstation 11-1 (a 745) immediately prior to that.

Note that bugme is still running, because it reappears at logout.

I vaguely wonder if the bug only exists with Jaunty on 4:3 displays, because I tested this with Intrepid on a 4:3 display on quickstation-2 (W20-3rd floor), and I don't recall experiencing the bug. I don't have any other good ideas at the moment, so additional testing/debugging is welcome. I'm going to halt quickstation deployments until it's reproducible, however.

Currently installed debathena quickstations:

  • quickstation-2 (Intrepid, GX620)
  • quickstation-11-1 (Jaunty, 745)
  • quickstation-lobby-16-2 (Jaunty, GX620)
#1036 fixed The apt_release clusterinfo tag is Wrong(tm) jdreed jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 13 years ago.


It is not supported to have multiple unversioned clusterinfo tags, and we do just tag for -dev and -proposed. The installer (see #164) and auto-update query Hesiod directly (which is also Wrong(tm)), but we should come up with a way to do this that plays nice with getcluster. I suggest deleting the apt_release tag (since it's pointless to have a value of "production", which is ignored) and creating a extra_repos tag or something, which has comma-separated values (is this supported? we could use another delimeter). That way this is fixed, and we don't have to worry about the case that development implies proposed.

#244 fixed tex-config may not configure tex completely jesstess

Reported by jesstess, 15 years ago.


Some further investigation is needed, but it seems like tex-config (or maybe something else?) isn't completely configuring the format cache correctly. Jessica reported getting the following when she tried to TeX a beamer file today:

kpathsea: Running mktexfmt latex.fmt
fmtutil: config file `fmtutil.cnf' not found.
I can't find the format file `latex.fmt'!

Running fmtutil-sys --all fixed the problem. Maybe tex-config's postinst should run that instead of fmtutil-sys --refresh?

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