ianorlinis there a package so that when I update kernel I will pull down the latest linux-tools for my kernel as I need this for turbostat to work and having to do pull this in every kernel update could be annoying00:33
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pr0tlogichello, I am trying to install lubuntu on my logical drive, but it doesn't show the raid 10 array it shows the drives as if in jbod, anyone know why?03:39
h-bombNew release in a few hours right?03:49
ianorlinyes h-bomb03:53
pr0tlogiccan the lubuntu installer do software raid?03:53
* h-bomb gets giddy!03:53
ianorlinpr0tlogic: I honestly don't know but I don't use raid myself03:54
Unit193Thought the alternate/debian-installer did them better?03:55
ubottuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO - For software RAID, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FakeRaidHowto03:55
Unit193Maybe. :P03:56
pr0tlogicnone of those help03:58
Unit193Was worth a shot.03:58
Unit193And I'm with ianorlin, done LVM, not raid.03:58
Unit193pr0tlogic: Ubuntu and Lubuntu use the same installer, so #ubuntu or a channel specific to raid/the installer/etc will still apply to Lubuntu.03:59
wxlh-bomb: yeah, it's not exactly going to happen at daybreak :)03:59
Unit193!isitout | h-bomb03:59
ubottuh-bomb: Did I SAY it was out?  Maybe if you would LISTEN once in a while this relationship would be healthier.03:59
pr0tlogicwell ubuntu has options for software raid03:59
pr0tlogicI don't see those with lubuntu03:59
Unit193Oh?  Interesting.  Wonder what backend package Lubuntu's installer is missing this time.04:00
Unit193pr0tlogic: What version?04:00
wxlpr0tlogic: ubiquity or debian-installer?04:00
wxlcuz i'm in d-i now and i see raid as an option04:00
Unit193pr0tlogic: And, before opening the installer, check if dmraid is installed?04:00
pr0tlogicyes dmraid is installed04:01
pr0tlogicmaybe i should try the LTS?04:01
pr0tlogicwould that make a difference?04:01
wxlare you using debian installer or ubiquity?04:02
pr0tlogicwhatever the dewfault is04:02
pr0tlogicI just downloaded lubuntu 14.10 today04:02
wxlwith the desktop or alternate installer?04:02
pr0tlogicslapped it on a usb stick and booted iut04:02
pr0tlogici tried both ways04:02
pr0tlogici tried booting it live and using the installer04:03
pr0tlogic and then just selecting the installer from grub04:03
wxlwell alternate does not have a live option04:03
wxlso you haven't tried that?04:03
pr0tlogicwhat is alternate install?04:03
wxlthere are two lubuntu images, outside of the different architectures (e.g. amd64, i386, ppc): alternate and desktop04:03
pr0tlogicoh im using desktop04:04
wxldesktop has a live session and uses the ubiquity installer that ubuntu uses04:04
pr0tlogicthats what im using04:04
wxlalternate does not have a live session and uses the debian installer that ubuntu SERVER uses04:04
pr0tlogicand ubuntu server includes raid options04:04
pr0tlogicawesome, thank you sexy :D04:04
pr0tlogicmuch appreciated04:04
wxlcertainly does04:04
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zy3pDhi everybody, there is a bug in PCManFM 1.2.0 (Lubuntu 14.04): When I press F4 to open the current dir in a terminal nothing happens if the path contains a space ... maybe someone forgot to surround the path with "" ... is this bug already known? ^^12:16
asoundtwo friend of mine have sound problems13:20
asoundhow can i setup correctly the sound when having more then one sound card?13:20
asoundin for example kubuntu i can setup the soundcard by settings13:21
asoundbut how can i set that up in lubuntu?13:21
jay8989how to I change the text of lubuntu to resemble windows 716:15
holsteinjay8989: i might start with a screenshot or name for the font from windows. .there are windows fonts available..16:15
holsteinyou can likely add them, and just set the UI to use them16:15
jay8989im a newbie with linux16:16
jay8989is there a program in lubuntu that allows me to change it16:16
holsteinthen, maybe just use it "as-is".. imagine when you were a newbie to windows, and you just used the system "as-is"16:16
jay8989like desktop preferences16:16
holsteinjay8989: sure. there are lots of settings in the menu.. what i suggest is, use the live iso to experiment with those settings16:17
jay8989i mean I have some moderate skills with terminal commands16:17
holsteinthen, you dont "break" the installed os in any way16:17
jay8989well I think lubuntu is great but I favor the windows 7 fonts16:18
holsteinyou can also poke around or play around with the guest user, or a new user you create.. then, you dont "mess up" your current system16:18
holsteinjay8989: sure.. just explain to a volunteer what fonts you want, by name, or some other way, and im sure that can happe16:18
jay8989lubuntu fonts seem soft16:18
holsteinjay8989: i dont have windows 7 here, and its not free for me to check it16:18
holsteinjay8989: what i would do is, just install the windows fonts, and apply them, and see if thats more what i want16:19
jay8989alright thanks for your help16:19
holstein!info ttf-mscorefonts-installer16:19
ubottuttf-mscorefonts-installer (source: msttcorefonts): Installer for Microsoft TrueType core fonts. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.4+nmu1ubuntu2 (utopic), package size 28 kB, installed size 131 kB16:19
jay8989i see, yea ive done that for google earth linux16:19
holsteinalso, the "restricted extras" meta package installs windows fonts, and *lots* of other packages16:19
holsteinjay8989: likely, you can just change the font, and find one you like16:20
jay8989this is off topic,  whats your experience with peppermint compared to lubuntu ?16:20
holsteini live near the peppermint dev's16:20
holsteinthey both use lxde.. peppermint is great. and an even smaller community with little/no support16:21
holsteinlubuntu is an official flavor.. meaning, lubuntu *is* ubuntu16:21
jay8989yes support is important16:21
holsteinthat means something.. you get support.. upstream support.. peppermint doesnt have that, though, it *is* quite nice, and has lots of specialized tools16:21
holsteinthe dev team are great16:21
jay8989i heard lubuntu is going to lxqt at some point16:21
holsteinjay8989: ?16:21
holsteinjay8989: you should have heard/read that lxde is doing that.. upstream16:22
ig0r_why doesn't GUFW work with Lubuntu?17:28
wxl!info GUFW17:29
ubottugufw (source: gui-ufw): graphical user interface for ufw. In component universe, is optional. Version 14.10.1-0ubuntu2 (utopic), package size 697 kB, installed size 2899 kB17:29
wxl!info ufw17:29
ubottuufw (source: ufw): program for managing a Netfilter firewall. In component main, is standard. Version 0.34~rc-0ubuntu4 (utopic), package size 129 kB, installed size 743 kB17:29
holsteinshould.. whats the issue?17:29
wxloh derp17:29
wxlhaven't tried but should work17:29
holsteini havent tried it recently, but last i did, it fired up.. whats the issue? can you start it from the terminal? and see any helpful error messages17:31
ig0r_I'd also like to know how to istall the latest Guest Additions for Virtualbox17:35
wxlig0r_: for 15.04?17:35
wxlig0r_: virtualbox always lags behind. go complain at them :)17:36
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ubottuYES! ITS OUT: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-announce/2015-April/000195.html20:19
jay38478how do i change my root password21:27
jay38478i want to change my root password and also make it so when I boot into lubuntu it asks for a password21:27
nicklashello, is the new lubuntu release still gtk, or has lubuntu switched to qt/lxqt now?22:23
nicklasthats too bad22:23
Unit193Not really, LXQt isn't ready for sure.22:23
nicklasi prefer qt, i run kubuntu atm, but cant upgrade cause of too little memory, i have a good pc with big hdd, but the os is installed with a small ssd with a few fps games22:24
Ahmuck"weather plugin" for panel does not appear to work22:56
Ahmuckbattery icon is gone?22:56
Ahmuckright clicking and selecting "volume control settings" is activating the f12 key (i assume) as guake is opening rather than volume control settings.23:12
talsamonhallo I have upgraded some hours ago to 15.04 on my i686-pc. got this:init-zram-swapping[689]: mkswap: error: swap area needs to be at least 40 KiB, zram-config.service: main process exited, code=exited, status=255/n/a, Failed to start Initializes zram swaping - no answer in the ubuntu-channel. what is to do?23:30
talsamonswapon -s /dev/sda5  partition 2618364 8708 -123:32
talsamon2,5 GB RAM23:32

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