[Bug 1009536] Re: Ubuntu 12.04/7.0.24/ Seti at home
xclusive585 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 22 00:20:01 UTC 2012
The main thing is your bug is still an issue that needs to be dealt with.
If we push your bug then perhaps we could get a better version than the
7.0.27 put into the standard repository in the future. In the meantime use
locutus' ppa with 7.0.33 for now it should work for you.
On Aug 21, 2012 8:17 PM, "Xclusive Technology" <xclusive585 at gmail.com>
> It means a fix was released for my bug. Not yours.
> On Aug 21, 2012 8:15 PM, "Jonathan Harker" <1009536 at bugs.launchpad.net>
>> So "Fix Released" means "still broken sometimes"?
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>> Ubuntu 12.04/7.0.24/ Seti at home
>> Status in “boinc” package in Ubuntu:
>> Fix Released
>> Status in “boinc” source package in Precise:
>> Fix Released
>> Bug description:
>> We already had a bug opened for this issue. But it was marked as "fix
>> released" (I don't know why as no change ever happened to the
>> repository package)
>> The Boinc package (7.0.24....precise1) in the 12.04 Ubuntu repository
>> doesn't work for seti at home, it just produces "computation errors".
>> The package needs to be changed, perhaps to Debians SID 7.0.27, or
>> backported from Quantal if that package has been confirmed to be in
>> good working order.
>> Currently, 12.04/seti at home and lhc at home users are still unable to run
>> Boinc without using the PPA alternatives.
>> [Edited for clarity]
>> Please SRU
>> This bug affects all users of Precise attempting to run Boinc 7.0.24
>> for the Seti at home project.
>> [Test case]
>> Bug can be reproduced by installing Boinc 7.0.24 in Ubuntu 12.04 and
>> connecting to the seti at home project.
>> Downloaded work-units will instantly error upon attempting to run. In
>> other words the Boinc package currently in the precise repository is
>> unusable for Seti at home, and a couple others.
>> [Regression Potential]
>> Quantal has had it's version of boinc changed to 7.0.27 from Debian
>> SID. As far as I'm aware it fixes this bug.
>> 7.0.27 has many upstream fixes for several issues, I think that the
>> change may bring a few new bugs, but should fix far more issues than it
>> causes, again the current package is unusable for one of the largest
>> projects running on Boinc.
>> https://launchpad.net/~blueyed Daniel Hahler has agreed to sponsor the
>> upload for SRU
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