Sorry about the delay. I have now confirmed the following as of today:
Unbreak Now! (2)
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Fri, Dec 8
You can see it's in blocked. Without legal help, it's probably going to remain that way.
What's the current status of this?
Can you please bump the RT whether it means pinging someone on IRC or just responding to it?
It is open source after all... You might be able to write a plugin for our instance and make it a Git submodule that you put on GitHub somewhere...
Bump on this?
I'll work on this over the weekend. Blocked on me.
Tue, Dec 5
Dropped a message on the Phabricator community support forum (which, in an example of poor dogfooding, is not Phabricator but Discourse). Hopefully someone will have some sort of solution.
Unfortunately it looks like the request for OpenID auth was denied but I'll see if I can find some more information as that's a little old.
Sat, Dec 2
Tue, Nov 28
Then I guess it's a good thing we're fixing old-but-still-relevant bugs, eh @wxl? 😛
Here's the Discourse plugin and it is indeed using OpenID.
Everything's archived and the wolf and I have been removed. It's up to @tsimonq2 to completely kill it.
Supposedly the contact for Ubuntu One (login.ubuntu.com) is email@example.com. Just dropped them an email.
Did a little bug searching and there are many - similar bugs. There's even one that seems possibly related, but affects Qt ubiquity. This is ooooold. The swapoff suggestion is certainly a reasonable one and one that's been a workaround in the past. That said, I've pinged cyphermox in hopes that he can provide some help.
Mon, Nov 27
Weird @wxl, because it doesn't work now for me either.
Not really @wxl, I figured out how to reproduce it. When installing Lubuntu using the latest Daily Live image with virt-manager and UEFI emulation, when selecting LVM and encryption for the disk setup, it barfs this at me:
@tsimonq2 FWIW I did a UEFI boot in VirtualBox and so it naturally tried to install the UEFI packages and got that same darn error installing GRUB.
So I thought this was done for Bionic already, and I have to do some testing myself, but Schyken on Telegram (bridged to #lubuntu-devel) says he tested on real hardware.