The other day, I needed to set up a Linux virtual machine to test out some commands for installing and configuring my conky script so I figured I’d give it a try.Like most Ubuntu-based distributions, the installation was very straightforward.After you have triaged or fixed a bug put your Launchpad Id in the last column and set the row's background to green by adding lightgreen in the first cell of the column after rowbgcolor=.
A friend had been talking up the Peppermint Linux distro and had given me an ISO for it.Having this running while working on the project is great for staying informed with the latest activity, be it new commits, opened tickets or deployments.The task I’ve written is Twitter Update and should be copied into your username String Twitter username n/a Yes password String Twitter password n/a Yes message String Update message n/a Yes checkreturn Boolean Whether to check the request return code false No A simple example file using this task is as follows: This simply updates the Twitter status with the time of the last build.My username and password are correct..it is doing this to me in both jaunty and intrepid...idea on how to fix it? I updated to the package in the daily-builds ppa and the problem still persists. Still get an "HTTP Error 400: Bad Request." I'm using the PPA and version "gwibber_1.2.0~bzr340-0ubuntu1~daily1~jaunty_all.deb" Any ideas?=/Me too, and not just us...there's a bug in launchpad, https://launchpad.net/gwibber/ bug/358341 there is a fix released, but it has not been uploaded for the stable version of gwibber for some reason. https://launchpad.net/~gwibber-daily/ archive/ppa or wait, and an update will appear soon. I've just tried the daily-builds version too, problem is still there! I have deleted the account and everything and it still gives me 400 bad request. **Edit** Turns out I might have had Gwibber updating too often.