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#445 fixed debathena-libmoira-dev doesn't install moira.h jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 15 years ago.


third/moira/include/ does not define $prefix, and $includedir is defined as ${prefix}/include, so moira.h gets installed as /include/moira/moira.h, and thus is not included in the package.

Adding a


line fixes the problem.

#447 fixed Update login session options for new gdm in karmic rbasch

Reported by rbasch, 15 years ago.


We will need to update our login session customizations for the new version of gdm in karmic. Needed changes include:

  1. Stop diverting /usr/share/gdm/BuiltInSessions/default.desktop, which does not exist in the new version. I believe this was only diverted to change the name (from "Run Xclient script"). "GNOME" is the new default session name.
  1. Our NOCALLS session is not displaying its blurb to the user, apparently because the message function is no longer available in the new /etc/gdm/Xsession. (It looks like we have other Xsession.d files using message).
  1. Review the new set of session options (in /usr/share/xsessions/). Stock set includes "GNOME", "Failsafe GNOME", and "xterm", and we will again add our "Login Without Customizations" here. We can remove the gnome-failsafe and xterm session files on cluster machines, to match what we do in the old version. We can consider adding another .desktop file if "GNOME" is deemed unsatisfactory.
#448 fixed lprm/lpq wrapper should point you at the right CUPS server jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 15 years ago.


With the transition of the cluster printers to CUPS, lprm and lpq now only works if you talk to the actual CUPS server and not This is a major change in behavior and actively conflicts with documentation and printed instructions in clusters.

Our wrapper script should look up queues in Hesiod and add the appropriate -h flag.

lpq/lprm should possibly also default to --cups mode based on the printer name and not just argument parsing.

This will have the side effect of making lpq output much nicer:

c.f. :

jdreed@infinite-loop:~$ lpq -Pajax | head -5 ajax is ready and printing

q_liang: active [job 2834 (Nov 19 20:15) localhost]

(STDIN) 3019776 bytes

jdreed@infinite-loop:~$ lpq -Pajax -h | head -5 ajax is ready and printing Rank Owner Job File(s) Total Size active q_liang 2834 (STDIN) 3019776 bytes 1st jaimevr 2835 Test3Rev_dvi _Test3Rev_1_pdf_ 315392 bytes 2nd jaimevr 2836 Test3Rev_dvi _Test3RevSol_1_pdf 1129472 bytes

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