xchat-gnome 0.26.2 has been tagged, and not yet been pushed into ftp.gnome.org . I am instead trying to push xchat-0.26.3, ( hopefully) the last release for gtk2.x series, followed by xchat-gnome 0.3.0 for gnome3.
I mirror my hdd, and keep swapping them in and out of test system. Often I mirror ( using external dock, such as - http://www.ebay.in/itm/Anker-Uspeed-USB-3-0-and-ESATA-To-SATA-External-Hard-Drive-Docking-Station-/161201311080 ). This leads to an issue. Ubuntu during installl with luks+lvm configuration will name the vg as "ubuntu--vg". And when you plug in another drive on which ubuntu was installed, would lead to a naming conflict and failure to activate the lvm after luks open. ) Ubuntu will give you a passphrase dialog when you plug the device in (if you're in a gui) but will fail to mount after the password is entered. The reason for this is that the volume group of your old partition, and your current OS partition are the same. However, if you enter the password, it will still create a node in /dev/mapper/. If you run ls -la /dev/mapper/ you should see a luks-xxxxxx-xxxxx-xxxx or some such file. That's the mapping that was created when the password di