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orbI don't suppose anyone here has any experience installing Ubuntu on a 2006 Macbook.00:14
OerHeksorb, not personally, but see the mactel pages00:14
ubottuFor help on installing and using Ubuntu on a Mac, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages00:14
daftykinsorb: well i wrote one of the most up to date old model wiki guides00:16
daftykinsyeah up there ^00:16
daftykinsyep the 3,1 i did00:17
OerHeksi thought the 2006 model = 2,1 ?00:17
daftykinsyeah but it's quite close :)00:18
orbdaftykins, excellent - thank you!00:23
orbI don't really have a way to boot into osx or any OS on this old macbook though.00:42
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ThemanisnothereHello, I was wondering if anyone knows of any good audio equalizers for ubuntu?00:44
ThemanisnothereThe Audio kind of sounds really bad, and I was wondering if anyone could point me to a decent equalizer00:46
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XX_STEPHEN_XXHey guys......I'm looking for an audio equalizer, as I'm not happy with the sound coming out of the system currently. anyone know of any good ubuntu audio equalizers?00:55
j3r0guys I am having trouble with ipnet00:55
j3r0any experienced user who can help ?00:56
j3r0or point me a possible solution00:56
daftykinsj3r0: 100% wrong, the address doesn't change anything00:56
j3r0I believe you and I don't disagree with you00:57
j3r0but I don't know what else to do00:57
j3r0it must be something with the ip00:58
daftykinswell your post doesn't explain what problems you're having at all00:58
j3r0no internet access00:58
j3r0although I connect to wifi00:58
daftykinswhat's your router's IP? 2.1 ?00:58
j3r0and with my dual boot windows I can internet access00:58
mgolischdo you have the same ip in windows?00:58
daftykinswhat are you typing from now?00:58
j3r0yes at windows I have the same ip 2.200:58
j3r0mobile 3g broadmand00:59
daftykinsping 2.1 in a terminal, does it work?00:59
daftykins"ping" obviously00:59
daftykinsctrl+C to stop00:59
j3r0what is the ping command ?01:00
j3r0brb I will dc and come back01:00
daftykinsj3r0: also do an "ip route" to pastebin on your return01:00
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j3r0ok but how I ping ? what is the command ?01:01
daftykinsj3r0: above, you can't miss it... it starts with 'ping'01:02
j3r0ah I see. Forgive me but I am in despair mood01:02
coffee-hi is there a firewall i should get for ubuntu or just keep it updated?01:04
daftykinscoffee-: you're behind a home router, no?01:04
daftykinsthat's your firewall, so unless you're on a laptop that you travel about with...01:04
ubottuUbuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has built-in firewall capabilities. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | GUI frontends such as gufw and ufw-kde also exist. | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo01:04
coffee-ok ty daftykins01:05
j3r0when I put in the broswer the 2.2 ip01:10
daftykinsyeah but that's just what you've installed on your local system01:10
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daftykinsj3r0: why would you visit your own internal LAN IP? :) what do you expect to be there?01:10
j3r0it's the same ip from ifconfig wlan001:11
daftykinsj3r0: can you run "cat /etc/issue" ? no need to disconnect to do it01:11
daftykinsj3r0: yeah that's the IP your wireless card has on your home network, wirelessly01:11
j3r0Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS \n \l01:11
daftykinsj3r0: what did you change recently to break the wireless?01:12
j3r0I don't know I swear , one day everything works perfect next day no internet access01:13
daftykinsbut did you update between at least/01:13
j3r0I am sure for that01:13
j3r0i didn't update anything01:14
daftykinsj3r0: "lspci" in pastebinit? again no need to disconnect01:14
daftykinsj3r0: and "ls /boot" please01:17
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j3r0this is my interfaces btw http://pastebin.com/sPuVBhSQ01:17
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daftykinsyep no worries01:18
daftykinsj3r0: and "uname -r" shows you're on 3.13.0-57 right now?01:18
daftykinsj3r0: it appears your realtek RTL8188CE wireless has a driver bug right now, as per - https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/140174101:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1401741 in linux (Ubuntu) " rtl8188ee wireless driver high packet loss" [High,Confirmed]01:19
j3r0from the begging it was this ?01:20
daftykinsj3r0: if you look at post #3, the guy there is saying he gets no issues on wireless channel 6. so if you reboot into windows, try visiting your router's web page and changing the channel number of the wifi01:20
j3r0this is the channel01:20
j3r0channel 601:20
daftykinsyeah did you see the huge packet loss in your pings?01:20
daftykinswell change it then :>01:20
j3r0yes I can see it01:20
j3r0what channel should I use ?01:21
daftykinssee in the post on the above page01:21
daftykinsyou can also hold left shift at boot time, or pressing escape, then try picking older kernels for testing01:21
j3r0I also have toshiba laptop01:21
j3r0if I update will this fix the problem ?01:23
daftykinsdoubt it - but you should be keeping up to date anyway01:23
j3r0I haven't update for a long time01:23
daftykinswouldn't hurt to try01:23
j3r0ok one last thing before I leave01:23
j3r0left shift all the time01:24
j3r0and I use what kernel ?01:24
daftykinsjust before the hard disk is booted from, you hold it briefly01:24
daftykinsjust go back in order testing a few01:25
daftykinsif you update you'll get -61 though01:25
daftykins!info linux-generic trusty01:25
ubottulinux-generic (source: linux-meta): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Version (trusty), package size 1 kB, installed size 29 kB01:25
j3r0what drives my crazy01:25
j3r0It's that this happend for no reason01:26
j3r0one day everything works perfect01:26
j3r0next day the problem starts01:26
daftykinsradio technologies are practically voodoo :>01:26
j3r0hahaah I see01:26
daftykinsbut realtek aren't great for working drivers01:26
j3r0I will try to change the channels first01:26
daftykinsyour router might be on auto channel selection,so if it was powered off it could've changed01:26
j3r0last time i checked it was 601:27
j3r0I will try 501:27
Finetundra__How do you start internet drivers from terminal01:30
daftykins'internet drivers' you say, what do you mean?01:30
daftykinswired network? wireless network?01:30
Finetundra__never mind, I got it01:31
daftykinsFinetundra__: i'm curious what an internet driver is though :)01:31
j3r0you are a god01:33
j3r0an ubuntu shaman01:33
j3r0an ancient spirit that help mortals01:34
j3r0I love you01:34
j3r0thank you very very very much01:34
Finetunrda_daftykins: I may have bbeen mistaken as to how to phrase my question01:35
j3r0daftykins you are the best01:35
j3r0the boss01:35
daftykinsFinetunrda_: yeah i'm curious what you meant though01:37
daftykinsj3r0: which approach worked?01:37
j3r0changed the channel to 501:37
daftykinsheh, really is a bad wireless driver! shame on Realtek01:38
Finetunrda_daftykins: the internet services seem to not be starting at boot. That or the drivers.01:38
j3r012 packets transmitted, 12 received, 0% packet loss, time 11016ms01:38
j3r0daftykins, people like you make the world a better place01:38
daftykinshaha you're too kind01:39
j3r0Also I think is felony sneaking in your neighbors  router and changing the channel of the router01:40
daftykinserr, this wasn't your network? :P01:40
j3r0no . but I am not lame I asked for the password01:41
j3r0they are too old, they will not notice01:41
j3r0also I am using the network for 2 weeks01:42
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ak2766hi there - i have aproblem with my clean install of 15.04 - my load average never goes below 1 - it appears as though it has a 1 added to the real load average... anyone else seeing the same symptoms?01:51
Ben64ak2766: are you having any problems01:58
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ak2766Ben64: not really, but i was wondering whether there's an underlying problem - i've seen a few videos where the load average is at 0.20 and was wondering why on my idle system it is always ~1.20 - right now it is sitting at 1.15 with hardly anything running!02:10
ak2766Ben64: here it is ---  12:10:24 up 12:38,  4 users,  load average: 1.15, 1.31, 1.3002:11
njmbb82hey guys, bit of a weird problem here02:15
njmbb82i get a purple flash on boot and then lose video signal02:15
daftykinsnjmbb82: tried nomodeset?02:16
njmbb82it seems to be evry other boot02:16
njmbb82daftykins, how do i do that?02:16
njmbb82so, to answer your question, no02:16
daftykinswhat happens when you get the flash, do you power off forcably because you get no picture? what's the graphics hardware?02:17
njmbb82the gpu is a gtx295. and yeah i wind up forcably shutting down02:18
daftykinsso desktop?02:19
daftykinsif you've got another machine it'd be handy to see if you can SSH in, if it actually goes any further02:19
daftykinsnjmbb82: do you know which nvidia driver you're using? also, which ubuntu? (and kernel?)02:20
njmbb82it's a fresh install of 15.0402:21
ak2766njmbb82: how new/old is the pc/laptop you've installed it on?02:23
njmbb82i built it when the gtx295 was new02:24
njmbb82so, 201102:24
[Saint]Odd issue I found interesting: for some reason when I log in, there's an apparent difference between my login password when entered with Shift held (accepted) as opposed to Caps Lock being on (rejected).02:24
[Saint]The mere principle of it is driving me nuts.02:24
njmbb82booting from a live disk presents no issues02:25
ak2766what driver is loaded in the live disk?02:26
daftykinsnjmbb82: so have you installed an nvidia proprietary driver, or are you using nouveau?02:26
njmbb82i'm pretty sure it's nouveau. how do i check?02:27
daftykinsnjmbb82: pastebin /var/log/Xorg.0.log02:27
daftykinsor check if you installed anything nvidia, you should really remember02:28
daftykinsdpkg -l | grep nvidia02:28
njmbb82i haven't installed anything yet02:28
daftykinsup to you then, perhaps giving the proprietary driver a try is worth it02:29
njmbb82any clue why it would be evry other boot?02:30
daftykinsnope, but as i said if you could SSH in perhaps you could grab logs02:30
daftykinsmy money's on nouveau having a hiccup02:31
[Saint]speaking of gfx, I can't use anything higher than 15.* on my older desktop now, because the radeon driver goes fucking mental.02:32
[Saint]and flgrwhatever-the-hell-it-is isn't supported on said ancient card.02:32
daftykinsinappropriate language for this channel02:32
daftykins[Saint]: yep upgrade or different OS then02:32
[Saint]Seems odd that by and large the radeon driver hasn't changed.02:33
[Saint]Yet it is now entirely unusable.02:33
daftykinsthere's *kind of* a way around it but i wouldn't recommend it, so it's better to pretend i didn't say there is one02:33
[Saint]you mean the terrible way of trying to convince catalyst it's not the card it thinks it is or those questionable recompiled catalyst drivers?02:34
[Saint]both of those provide...interesting...results.02:34
daftykinsno neither02:35
[Saint]I just found it odd. The radeon driver has been largely static for years where it matters here, but it's suddenly become totally unworkable.02:35
daftykinsit's improved a lot for a lot of peoples video playback and so on, on some generations of card02:35
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[Saint]going back to upstart provides better results for...$reasons.02:36
[Saint]But nuts to that.02:36
[Saint]That breaks a tonne of other things.02:36
[Saint]Generally speaking I'm not /too/ inpressed with the amount of issues I hit with 15.*02:37
[Saint]Silly me had encrypted $home...that was amusing.02:37
daftykinsi feel like you'd keep going if i flew around the world :)02:37
[Saint]swap gets all sorts of hilariously messed up unless you pull ecryptfs-utils from proposed.02:37
[Saint]but them systemd from proposed breaks near everything else. :)02:38
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carlosthejackalHELLO HELLO02:42
carlosthejackalIM BACK MY FRIENDS02:42
carlosthejackalHow is everyone doing tonight!?02:42
surgyon the default kubuntu install you get a "desktop" widget.... i am using this as a place to put links to my applications. how do i change the icon for these links?02:43
TorquedIs there a better way to gain permissions for using pip in terminal without having to sudo -i every time? Apparently I can make myself equal to root but then all applications will permanently be allowed root status too...02:45
Finetunrda_hello, my network service doesn't start at boot. What should I do?02:49
daftykinsstill a bit vague on what you mean02:49
daftykinsdo you mean your network interface (wired) doesn't get an IP address?02:49
surgyon the default kubuntu install you get a "desktop" widget.... i am using this as a place to put links to my applications. how do i change the icon for these links?02:50
carlosthejackalspecs Finetunrda02:50
daftykins!repeat | surgy02:50
ubottusurgy: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/02:50
bazhangsurgy what version  of kubuntu is this02:51
bf-109anyone here?02:51
carlosthejackalwhats up BF02:51
carlosthejackalwhat an odd nickname02:51
daftykinscarlosthejackal: cut the chat please02:51
Finetunrda_hello, my network service doesn't start at boot. What should I do?02:52
Finetunrda_oops, sorry for repeat02:52
daftykinsFinetunrda_: you've ignored two people asking for more info02:52
Finetunrda_I was scrolled up02:52
bf-109im tyring to install ubuntu mate desktop on a ubuntu 15, but i dont know how to erase unity completely02:53
bf-109should i just resintall the whole thing with a ubuntu mate iso?02:53
daftykinsif you want the easy option, yeah02:53
bf-109unity iso damm heavy my processors stays at 50-60 celsius while idle02:53
Finetunrda_daftykins: mainky that neither wireless or wired will detect a connecion02:53
daftykinswhat's normally used? what did you do since when this worked fine?02:54
Finetunrda_carlosthejackal: intel centrino wireless 1030 wifi card02:54
bf-109whats the average temperature for a i7 laptop to be at idle with ubuntu unity or gnome-like desktop02:55
Finetunrda_daftykins: wireless. It just stopped working. I did nothing02:55
daftykinsFinetunrda_: right but you probably installed a newer kernel, try booting an older one :)02:55
daftykinsbf-109: that's more a hardware question and without a model of CPU there's no way to say02:55
darkxploitFinetunrda_, restart the networking service ent network-manager service02:56
Finetunrda_daftykins: I haven't run an update in a few weeks, so I don't thinkk the kernel got upgraded02:56
Finetunrda_daftykins: ent is not currently installed02:56
daftykinswrong user.02:57
carlosthejackalanyone know a good network monitor?02:57
Finetunrda_daftykins: huh?02:57
daftykinsyou highlighted the wrong user.02:57
daftykins!pm | bf-10902:57
ubottubf-109: Please ask your questions in the channel so that other people can help you, benefit from your questions and answers, and ensure that you're not getting bad advice.02:57
Finetunrda_[22:56:20] <darkxploit> Finetunrda_, restart the networking service ent network-manager service02:58
daftykinsyes you'll note my name is not darkxploit :)02:58
TorquedIs there a better way to gain permissions for using pip in terminal without having to sudo -i every time? Apparently I can make myself equal to root but then all applications will permanently be allowed root status too02:58
Finetunrda_darkxploit: ent is not installed02:58
carlosthejackalanyone know any good network monitors?02:58
Finetunrda_daftykins: sorry02:58
daftykinscarlosthejackal: what do you want to achieve?02:59
carlosthejackalnice network monitor look at my location etc02:59
bf-109can someone please tell me if having a relative new i7 laptop running at temperature of 50c to 60c while idle is normal with ubunty/unity?02:59
carlosthejackalsomething that shows where my vpns connect to02:59
carlosthejackalthat is normal BF03:00
daftykinsnot really :)03:00
bf-109hmm i tought that with windows 8 it was a bit cooler to the touch, switched to proprietary drivers for the videocard still didnt change much03:01
bf-109never measured with windows would just have this warmth when rendering something03:02
bf-109now its jsut idle03:02
bf-109and it gets hot03:02
carlosthejackalits safe BF03:02
carlosthejackalworry when it hits 80c03:03
Finetunrda_bf-109: I have an i7 and it's usually a little warm. You ought to be fine03:03
bf-109hmm thx03:04
daftykinsthere are 6 generations of i7 out there, you can't compare them by range :)03:04
Finetunrda_daftykins: good point03:04
Finetunrda_I forget about that03:04
bf-109hmm i jsut noticed cause it gets warm on my wrist while doing nothing, 2% cpus usage, up to 9% ram, windows is less efficient at that and energy and wouldnt get this warm unlles playing something or using loads of process power03:06
Finetunrda_bf-109: which i7 do you have?03:07
Finetunrda_daftykins: do you think letting the update for ubuntu-drivers-common run help?03:09
ShirakawasunaChrome is loading pages strangely - it's not drawing/loading part of it until I do something, e.g. scroll.03:10
Shirakawasunais this happening to anyone else?03:10
falafelHello folks!03:10
xprophetxis this an area i can ask for help with something using cinnamon 2.4 desktop on ubuntu 14.04?03:10
falafelI am having some issue with a cron job that hangs every hour, and I have to restart my computer, no other way around it, how can I troubleshoot?03:11
falafelIt hangs after this line according to /var/syslog, (root) CMD ( cd / && run-parts --report /etc/cron.hourly)03:11
dxjI do not know03:11
falafelI checked in /etc/cron.hourly, and it is empty!03:12
falafelI checked crontab, and anacron, but can;t find the culprit...03:12
falafelthis is a brand new 14.04.03 install03:12
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: I'm sure that's fine03:13
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Shirakawasunafalafel: so if you kill cron and restart the service, it still doesn't work (restart required)?03:14
easyOnMeplease help me with this message03:14
easyOnMeE: Failed to fetch http://ph.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/firefox/firefox_39.0.3+build2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_i386.deb  Hash Sum mismatch03:14
easyOnMeE: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?03:14
falafelShirakawasuna, the computer just hangs, and that's what I found in the log. I just left it idle for more than an hour twice, and same thing happened. Not sure where to go now tbh03:14
xprophetxShirakawasuna: alright thank you, when i select it from the login screen and it load in it keeping putting it in software render mode and i cant get it to load normally, any ideas why?03:15
falafelShirakawasuna, what service? cron.hourly is empty...03:15
Shirakawasunafalafel: what happens if you disable cron?03:15
falafelShirakawasuna, you mean commenting all the jobs in crontab? Not sure yet, as I haven't been on the computer for more than an hour straight, it happened on idle03:16
easyOnMeand then I also received this message: failed to download packages please check your internet connection03:16
easyOnMeobviously my internet has no problem03:16
easyOnMeplease help03:16
easyOnMethanks in advance03:16
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: I would guess it's an issue between X and your graphics card settings. What kind of card do you have and does /var/log/Xorg.0.log say about your graphics? Also, was the system working fine with another ubuntu desktop environment before (not cinnamon)?03:17
Shirakawasunafalafel: I mean stopping cron - sudo systemctl stop cron03:17
Shirakawasunafalafel: I think the first thing to do is probably to make sure it's definitely cron03:18
carlosthejackalany Linux Administrators in here?03:19
ShirakawasunaeasyOnMe: run sudo apt-get update again and see if it helps03:19
Shirakawasunacarlosthejackal: I'm sure there's lots03:19
carlosthejackallol not that many in the work place03:19
xprophetxShirakawasuna: ive got an 8gb  r9 290x and yeah default unity and gnome 3 ones load fine its just cinnamon that wont03:20
falafelShirakawasuna, would it help if I post the last few lines of /var/syslog and what's in my crontab?03:20
carlosthejackalsudo apt/getlife03:21
bazhangcarlosthejackal, take the chat elsewhere03:22
carlosthejackalI been thinking about selling shirts03:22
carlosthejackalwith that03:22
bazhang!ot | carlosthejackal03:22
ubottucarlosthejackal: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!03:22
carlosthejackalthanks for sharing03:23
bazhangcarlosthejackal, this is support only NOT chit chat03:24
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: weird, I'd expect cinnamon to work exactly like gnome 303:24
Shirakawasunait's almost identical03:24
Shirakawasunafalafel: maybe! I wish it were faster to test if it were cron, but I'd definitely stop cron (and make sure it's gone with ps aux | grep chron) and wait an hour+03:25
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: I'm really not sure why, in that case. pastebin /var/log/Xorg.0.log just in case?03:25
systemd0wnX11 forwarding question, I have it working except that running gnome-terminal doesn't work. No errors that I see and I'm not sure where to get error logs...03:27
daftykinseasyOnMe: sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get upgrade03:27
[Saint]Shirakawasuna: if you want to speed that testing up just advance the system clock, no?03:28
daftykinssystemd0wn: so you're using X forwarding to run a GUI terminal app from another host, on your host? why?03:28
[Saint]$do stuff, advance system clock 58 minutes; check; profit03:28
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ShirakawasunaYou'd know better than me! I haven't tried messing with the system clock to mess with chron's behavior before03:29
[Saint]Seems like an obvious think to try to me if you're waiting for a timed event.03:29
daftykinsor just make it happen more regularly, then change it after ;)03:29
systemd0wnDaftykins, lol. Fair question. I'm running a network emulator called GNS3 over ssh and when I console into a router its trying to open gnome-terminal03:29
[Saint]or that, yes.03:30
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ki7rwwhich openvpn ppa is recommended? looks like there's a lot to choose from03:31
xprophetxShirakawasuna: how do i do that?03:31
xprophetxShirakawasuna: http://pastebin.com/Jptr8jDJ03:33
wileee!ppa | ki7rw03:34
ubottuki7rw: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge03:34
falafelShirakawasuna, will try, thank for the help, will report back later03:34
wileeeki7rw, Generally ppa's are not suggested unless there is no choice otherwise.03:35
easyOnMedaftykins: ok will do thanks03:35
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: "AIGLX: reverting to software rendering" is interesting03:35
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: run glxinfo | grep -i direct in cinnamon03:36
ubuntu94911shitakawasuna, what command did you use? just want to know for personal knowledge03:38
xprophetxShirakawasuna: it comes back "direct rendering: Yes"03:38
Shirakawasunaubuntu94911: for what?03:39
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: so if you log out of cinnamon and then log in to gnome, it doesn't happen?03:39
xprophetxShirakawasuna: yeah gnome works perfect thats why i dont understand why this wont03:40
ubuntu94911the output that you had in pastebin03:41
Shirakawasunaubuntu94911: that's xprophetx's pastebin. You just copy + paste the contents of a file into it as text03:41
Shirakawasunathere's also command line tools to do it...03:41
Shirakawasunaprobably called pastebin03:41
ubuntu94911i mean what command was run to get that output?03:42
HelpmeUbuntuhelp me ubuntu community :(03:42
Shirakawasunaubuntu94911: There's lots of ways and many don't require running a particular command from the command line. Any text editor can open /var/log/Xorg.0.log03:42
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: hmm03:43
daftykins!ask | HelpmeUbuntu03:43
ubottuHelpmeUbuntu: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience03:43
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, you gives no details, you gets no help ...03:43
HelpmeUbuntuFor the 2nd time on the live cd of Ubuntu on a PNY 2.0 usb flash drive 16GB.. The whole OS just like freezes up.. The mouse i can move barely and other things stop working03:43
ubuntu94911so you ran cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?03:43
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: what does sudo dpkg --configure -a do?03:43
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/03:43
HelpmeUbuntulike everything locks up/freezes up badly and i had to press power button to force the computer off.. Is that normal if not how do i fix it :(03:43
Shirakawasunaubuntu94911: I didn't run anything... but 'cat' is one way to get the contents of a file displayed for you03:44
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, could be a bad USB.  they do fail.  could be a bad .iso - but you performed the chcksum, right?03:44
HelpmeUbuntuI just bought this USB :/03:44
squintyubuntu94911:   might want to check out   inxi  (in repo's)  which can detail that kind of information.   for example to view graphic card and installed driver etc, type   inxi -Gx      further details at  https://code.google.com/p/inxi/03:44
xprophetxShirakawasuna: nothing as far as i can tell03:44
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, pny isn't known for high quality.  try a different USB03:44
HelpmeUbuntuall i have is PNY :(03:45
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, and the checksum?03:45
xprophetxShirakawasuna: and yeah gnome works, KDE works and unity all run normal just not cinnamon03:45
HelpmeUbuntuI never ran the command03:45
cfhowlett!md5sum | HelpmeUbuntu03:45
ubottuHelpmeUbuntu: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows03:45
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: what about glxinfo | grep DRI03:45
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: I'm kind of just guessing at random things. I'm not sure if it's a cinnamon installation issue, a setting, or if that version of cinnamon really wants to use the graphics card and your system isn't up to the task03:46
Shirakawasunabecause DRI isn't working right03:46
Shirakawasunathat xorg warning means your card isn't being used to its full potential in X03:46
daftykinsxprophetx: i didn't really catch the query, but i bet cinammon isn't using lightdm which means your proprietary driver isn't working03:47
HelpmeUbuntuI'm going to redo the USB flash drive and give it some presitent cache and do the md5 check.. the download on my speed will take 30 minutes03:48
ShirakawasunaI'd guess that they're using the radeon driver, daftykins03:48
Shirakawasunait's what xorg loads03:48
HelpmeUbuntuShould i post what the results of the md5 check is here?03:48
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, md5sum the .iso now03:48
xprophetxShirakawasuna: i manually made lightdm run but still nothing03:48
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, nope.  just verify against the hashsum03:48
HelpmeUbuntucfhowlett i deleted the iso off the computer but i burned it to the usb drive03:48
Shirakawasunabut that's a reasonable idea03:49
Shirakawasunayou may want to dry gdm, xprophetx03:49
ShirakawasunaI vaguely remember older cinnamon releases working better with gdm03:49
Shirakawasunathis is cinnamon 2.4, right?03:49
xprophetxShirakawasuna: yeah 2.403:49
HelpmeUbuntuHow do i use the md5 check on the usb drive? o_o03:49
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, read the wiki.  use the "check CDROM" option but target the USB03:50
wileeexprophetx, This cinnammon is from a ppa?03:51
ubuntu94911if i installed a new window manager what differences would i see?03:52
xprophetxShirakawasuna: yeah im using the Tsvetko's Cinnamon PPA03:52
wileeexprophetx, I only ask as of 14.04, it was not stable enough for the ubuntu repos, but is in them for 15.0403:52
xprophetxwileee: whoops that one was for you03:53
HelpmeUbuntuif the md5 is right and such what would cause the freezing up though?03:53
wileeexprophetx, No problem. ;)03:53
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, "if ..."03:54
xprophetxwileee: i know 2.2 wasnt stable but 2.4 is suppose to work with it03:54
HelpmeUbuntuWhen i install ubuntu what if the freeze ups happen stll03:54
daftykinsHelpmeUbuntu: ah you youngsters, always demanding 100 steps... cross that bridge when you come to it.03:54
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: it might not fix your problem, but getting the radeon drivers working properly wouldn't hurt. My favorite guess right now is that cinnamon really wants DRI for some reason.03:54
HelpmeUbuntuI'm 2103:54
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: Is there anything in /etc/xorg.conf.d? If there's a radeon conf in there, what's in it?03:54
daftykinsthat's nice, dear03:54
xprophetxShirakawasuna: yeah thats my next goal but i think im gonna tackle it in the morning, thanks for all the help tonight though i really appreciate it03:56
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: I'm using the lestcape PPA on 14.04 on my media computer, though it has intel graphics.03:56
Shirakawasuna(a different cinnamon 2.4 ppa)03:56
Shirakawasunaxprophetx: okey-doke! Best of luck03:56
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ShirakawasunaHelpmeUbuntu: If the image is good, suspect the media (PNY USB drive) *or* your hardware having issues with that particular release (maybe the kernel, maybe a userspace driver, etc), in which case you try other releases - 14.04 vs. 15.04, e.g03:58
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, try #lubuntu instead03:58
HelpmeUbuntuIntel's website says my Graphics card isn't supported on a list of supported operating system they have "No" listed under the linux column03:58
HelpmeUbuntuhere is my computer specs: Intel pentium b960, intel hd graphics, 500GB HDD, 4GB DDR3, Gateway NE56R41u with UEFI03:59
HelpmeUbuntubut the 10 times i have tried the live usb for many hours at a time it hasn't freezed up but only 2 times.04:00
HelpmeUbuntuand everything loads crazy fast04:00
daftykinsyou do not download and install intel graphics drivers, trust me :)04:00
HelpmeUbuntuIs it because i downloaded the 64bit version of Ubuntu while i am on a intel 64bit system??04:02
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, On a live if there is no swap, you could have been hitting a swap point, I would install, you have a generic hardware, maybe start with lubuntu, you can try multiple desktops.04:02
HelpmeUbuntuwell my laptop has no swap it said in the live usb04:02
HelpmeUbuntuIf i can't install the regular version of Ubuntu i won't bother with linux :/04:03
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, zactly if you were hitting over about 2.5 ram it wanted to swap, that will cause a freeze.04:03
iLoveLibertyI have a HTML fodler in /var/www and it is locked. I want to be able to put files in there for a website.04:03
HelpmeUbuntuI was watching the system monitor thing every other minute lol04:03
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, "regular version"?  Lubuntu IS a regular version04:03
cfhowlett!lubuntu | HelpmeUbuntu04:03
ubottuHelpmeUbuntu: lubuntu is Ubuntu with LXDE instead of !GNOME as desktop environment, which makes it extremely lightweight. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu - /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.04:03
HelpmeUbuntuIt stayed below 2GB of ram.. It was using about 1.2GB of ram04:03
iLoveLibertyhow do I get the right permissions to change what is in the folder?04:04
HelpmeUbuntuNo i don't want Lubuntu i want UBUNTU not lubuntu.04:04
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, Problem is we can only guess in tis context.04:04
cfhowlett!permissions | iLoveLiberty04:04
ubottuiLoveLiberty: An explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions04:04
eipi_1hello, I hope someone is feeling very patient as I have some super-noob questions about lxle.04:05
cfhowlett!lxle | eipi_104:05
HelpmeUbuntuWhat is swap anyways..04:05
ubottueipi_1: Ubuntu channels can only provide support for Ubuntu itself, as other distributions and derivatives have repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), Kali Linux (#kali-linux), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux)04:05
wileeeeipi_1, outline them ans we will see eh04:05
easyOnMedaftykins: still the same problem the error message says try sudo apt-get update --fix-missing and I am doing it now will get back to you shortly04:05
wileee!swap | HelpmeUbuntu,04:05
ubottuHelpmeUbuntu,: swap is used to move unused programs and data out of main memory to make your system faster. It can also be used as extra memory if you don't have enough. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwapFaq for more info04:05
cfhowletteipi_1, we only support official ubuntu products.  lxle is not on that list.04:05
easyOnMedaftykins: now I got this error message04:06
daftykinsi don't see it04:06
easyOnMeReading package lists... Done04:06
easyOnMeW: An error occurred during the signature verification. The repository is not updated and the previous index files will be used. GPG error: http://ppa.launchpad.net trusty Release: The following signatures were invalid: BADSIG D530E028F59EAE4D Launchpad PPA for NoobsLab04:06
easyOnMeW: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/noobslab/themes/ubuntu/dists/trusty/Release04:06
easyOnMeW: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.04:06
daftykinseasyOnMe: you've been here long enough to know _NOT_ to paste.04:07
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, The swap also holds data so you can hibernate.04:07
eipi_1well, the problem is the same as with lubuntu....does that count?04:07
eipi_1neithe come with Update Manager04:07
easyOnMeI tried this command sudo apt-get update --fix-missing | apaste and the terminal hangs up04:07
cfhowletteipi_1, nope.  lxle is NOT ubuntu and has been changed in ways we don't track.  ask lxle for assistance.04:07
wileeeeipi_1, Yes, just spit it out man.04:07
HelpmeUbuntuso if windows is doing fast startup fine does my computer support it or does windows not do swap04:07
daftykinseasyOnMe: sorry i'm calling it a night04:08
wileeeeipi_1, Never mind I see you have a non supported.04:08
daftykinsHelpmeUbuntu: that's an extremely incoherent sentence04:08
easyOnMedaftykins: ok no problem04:08
easyOnMethanks anyway04:08
cfhowlett!flavors | eipi_1 - for future reference04:08
ubottueipi_1 - for future reference: !Ubuntu-GNOME, !Kubuntu, !Xubuntu and !Lubuntu are simply flavors of Ubuntu that come with GNOME, KDE, Xfce, and LXDE (respectively) installed as default, instead of Unity. Other specialized flavors of Ubuntu include !Edubuntu, Ubuntu !Studio, and !Mythbuntu.04:08
easyOnMecfhowlett: can you help me please04:09
HelpmeUbuntuIf you guys are just gonna be smartarses.. just forget about it.. :/04:09
easyOnMecfhowlett: http://apaste.info/zXI04:09
HelpmeUbuntuHow needs linux anyways it'll die off in a few years..04:09
HelpmeUbuntuyou guys are no help..04:09
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, they were right, comparing the two is a waste of time, and this is linux not windows.04:09
HelpmeUbuntuwileee does all computers have swap on linux usually on live cd04:10
cfhowletteasyOnMe, badsig error fix:  http://www.ubuntugeek.com/how-to-fix-the-ubuntu-gpg-error-badsig.html04:10
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, Swap is there if one has been made, it is a partition.04:10
HelpmeUbuntuwileee why does usb say no swap space then??04:11
cfhowlettHelpmeUbuntu, because you did NOT place a swap on the USB.04:11
ubuntu94911how do i find out which display(login) manager i am using?04:11
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, Because there is not one, you have a live iso, it does not build a swap when loaded to a usb.04:11
eipi_1OK, well let's pretend I am using Ubuntu and I open synaptic package manager.  Is it possible to do a "standard" update of installed software via synaptic?  Is it "OK" to check the (Source Code) boxes that are not checked by default?04:12
HelpmeUbuntuso could swap be the issue on live usb causing the freeze up?04:12
[Saint]FWIW I _sincerely_ boubt that swapping is going to make a live install on USB perform any better.04:12
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, If you had a linux install or at least the swap left on the HD from an install, you would have a swap.04:12
[Saint]Demonstrably worse perhaps...not better.04:12
[Saint]When it actually wants to swap you'll have all sorts of "fun".04:13
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, We can only guess as I've said, you want guessing?04:13
cfhowletteipi_1, we're not going to pretend.  your product is NOT ubuntu, it's been modified in ways we dont' track.  for suport here: install an ubuntu flavor.  otherwise: go to lxle.  if they don't provide support, consider your options.04:13
HelpmeUbuntuwileee if i come back here on the live usb would you guys help me with commands to test and see what might have caused it or not possible?04:13
eipi_1I wonder if theres an lxle channel on freenode04:14
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, Well you insulted linux and us once, should we even help you now?04:14
HelpmeUbuntusigh.. just my luck :(04:14
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, Not saying you wont get help, but you have to cover your own backside.04:15
[Saint]Insulting people and a product they care for annoys them.04:15
[Saint]Who knew?04:15
HelpmeUbuntupeople here hates me now.. I can't help i spoke/send that without thinking first.. I blame my autism and my lowish iq..04:15
cfhowlett!lxle | eipi_104:15
ubottueipi_1: Ubuntu channels can only provide support for Ubuntu itself, as other distributions and derivatives have repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), Kali Linux (#kali-linux), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux)04:15
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, asbergers?04:16
eipi_1is it terribly difficult to install lxde on ubuntu?04:16
HelpmeUbuntuno autism spectrum disorder.04:16
cfhowletteipi_1, nope.  quite easy.04:16
[Saint]eipi_1: just use lubuntu04:16
[Saint]then it's done for you04:16
[Saint]but, no, no it's not.04:16
wileeeHelpmeUbuntu, we will help you, it is a install and work with it in the end, you should have no problems with that hardware, it is generic.04:16
eipi_1well, I did install lubuntu and it's quite light.  the iso is only 763 mb.04:17
eipi_1lotsa rad stuf not included04:17
eipi_1in fact, lubunu is on it now04:17
[Saint]"rad stuff" like?04:18
eipi_1super-duper rad stuff04:18
[Saint]I mean "as in ...?"04:18
eipi_1pre-installed ware, bra.04:18
[Saint]The only really meaningful difference is LXDE vs. Gnome04:18
eipi_1I dunno, shit loads.  Lubuntu doesn;t ome ith jack.04:18
[Saint]That's literally it.04:18
eipi_1does edubuntu use unity?04:19
cfhowletteipi_1, no04:20
Shirakawasunaif lubuntu is on it now then you have lxde...04:20
eipi_1i know, but lxle comes with all kinds of stuff04:20
eipi_11.3 g iso04:20
Shirakawasunaedubuntu does use unity?04:21
[Saint]I'm willing to bet a vast majority of that discrepency in iso size is cruft you'll literally never use.04:21
[Saint]give a specific example of what's missing and someone might be able to help.04:21
[Saint]keep being vague and...well, yeah.04:21
eipi_1yeah, you may be right, Saint04:21
Shirakawasunaeipi_1: lxle?04:21
eipi_1I can;'t be specific..this room is only for ubuntu04:22
ShirakawasunaI'd never heard of it and thought it was a typo04:22
eipi_1no typo04:22
Shirakawasunathe difference is surely just default applications04:22
[Saint]You can be specific about what packages you believe are missing in lxde vs lxle, you just can't expect support for the latter.04:23
eipi_1well, if one were to emply an lxde enviro on ubunto, would it be heavy?  the machine is a 2006 dell with 2 g ram.04:23
eipi_1intsall lxde^04:23
eipi_1it runs Maya ok....04:24
[Saint]Without specific examples of what you think is misisng that you'll actually make use of it's really hard to help you.04:24
eipi_1yep, it sure is Saint.04:25
Shirakawasunaeipi_1: I'd just try out lubuntu and if it's too 'heavy' look into a distribution focused on lightness instead04:25
[Saint]or, that.04:25
[Saint]leaving works too.04:25
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ki7rwwhen i try to set up a openvpn connection with the ubuntu connection manager, it won't let me see *.key or *.pem files - anyone know why?04:30
HelpMeUbuntu_I'm on the live usb right now04:34
HelpMeUbuntu_System monitor says its using 708.3miB 18.5% of 3.7GiB and Swap not available04:35
HelpMeUbuntu_and the CPU1 is at 14.6% and SPU2 8.1%04:36
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HelpMeUbuntuwileee help04:37
HelpMeUbuntuI'm sorry linux community for insulting earlier.. I didn't mean it at all.. Please help :(04:38
HelpMeUbuntuI'm on ubuntu right now is there a way to do a period of tests to figure it or best to install it to a 50GB partition like i wanted to?04:39
ruwanI use ubuntu Mate. How I install Sinhala keyboard? ( Here with details http://wp.me/p6xJWf-N )04:41
HelpMeUbuntusigh.. :(04:42
dupingpingjust a question, hi everyone!04:44
dupingpingwho can help me.04:44
cfhowlett!ask | dupingping04:45
ubottudupingping: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience04:45
dupingpingi like ubuntu12.04 lts.04:45
dupingpingwhen i change my screen resolution, the unity's panel and launcherbar04:45
dupingpingis not shown.04:45
dupingpingor broken.04:45
dupingpingwhy this problem is occurred?04:45
dupingpingbut 14.04 is no problem.04:46
dupingpingbut i like to use 12.04 than trusty.04:46
dupingpingi think that compiz or unity have some issues on precise.04:46
dupingpinghey, nobody here?04:46
cfhowlett!patience | dupingping04:47
ubottudupingping: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/04:47
dupingpingcfhowlett, yes.04:47
HelpMeUbuntucfhowlett is there a test i can do now that i am on ubuntu live disk or just intall it and use it and see if it happens agian and if it does come back?04:47
cfhowlettHelpMeUbuntu, install it.04:48
easyOnMecfhowlett: you're the man of the day04:48
easyOnMethanks a lot04:48
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dupingpingeasyOnMe, what do you mean? "you're the man of the day!"04:49
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easyOnMedupingping: he solved my problem here04:49
fowlHi i'm on ubuntu 15.04, a wonderful os where the audio keeps skipping all the time. how would i fix this?04:50
easyOnMehe's a great and cool guy never fails to help anyone here04:50
easyOnMeit is guys like him that makes ubuntu fun and enjoyable04:50
easyOnMecfhowlett: thanks man04:50
cfhowletteasyOnMe, happy2help!04:50
dupingpingeasyOnMe, yes, i understand.04:50
pengpengfowl: are you using rythmbox?04:50
dupingpingcfhowlett, do you know about compiz and unity?04:50
fowlpengpeng, no but it happens in every application04:50
fowlVLC, mplayer, flash04:51
cfhowlettdupingping, I use neither. sorry.04:51
dupingpingcfhowlett, i see.04:51
pengpengfowl: what machine are u using?04:51
easyOnMedupingping: I used this /msg alis php04:51
easyOnMeit ways missing argument04:51
easyOnMeI just want to know the php channels in freenode04:51
easyOnMehow shall I correct the command04:51
cfhowlett!alis | easyOnMe04:51
ubottueasyOnMe: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu* or /msg alis list *http*04:51
fowlpengpeng,  OS: Linux 3.19.0-23-generic x86_64 ** Distro: Ubuntu "vivid" 15.04 ** CPU: 4 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4460  CPU @ 3.20GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 3.07GHz ** RAM: Physical: 7.8GiB, 50.7% free ** Disk: Total: 487.1GiB, 12.5% free ** VGA: NVIDIA Corporation GM204 [GeForce GTX 970] ** Sound: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH1: HDA-Intel - HDA NVidia ** Ethernet: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. CIe Gigabit04:52
pengpengask your question again, and be more specific, what machine are you using, method of installation, etc...04:52
Tahr-useranyone on Puppy Tahr now?04:52
easyOnMecfhowlett: thanks04:52
pengpengfowl: yeah like that lol04:52
cfhowlettTahr-user, puppy linux is not supported here.  sorry.04:52
BlackFlagGreetings! Does someone know some video editor that allows to insert subtitles?04:52
cfhowlett!ru | _lu04:52
ubottu_lu: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.04:52
_luс рашки кто?04:53
cfhowlettBlackFlag, subtitleeditor04:53
_luwho look cinema "whoiam" ? :)04:53
_lu"whoami" sorry...04:54
BlackFlagThanks cfhowlett , I will try it.04:54
ShirakawasunaBlackFlag: If you already have subtitles and want to attach them, you might need to use a tool for that container - e.g. mkvtoolnix for a .mkv container04:54
Shirakawasunaif you want to make your own subtitles, what cfhowlett suggested is good, as is aegisub04:55
_luкто нить понимает меня?04:56
cfhowlett!ru | _lu04:56
BlackFlagI want to make the subtitle to upload the vídeo to youtube.04:56
cfhowlettBlackFlag, https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/how-to-edit-movie-subtitles-on-linux/04:57
_lu!en | cfhowlett04:58
ubottucfhowlett: Certain Ubuntu IRC channels are English only.  For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList04:58
_luпривет всем04:58
HelpMeUbuntuyou guys would help if it happens once its installed? :)04:59
pengpengall i can think of is cd to /proc and use <cat> command with gstreamer while running audio through gstreamer so cd /proc && cat gstreamer while runing your audio through it http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/data/doc/gstreamer/head/faq/html/chapter-using.html05:00
pengpengfowl: ^05:00
dupingpingwho use precise?05:03
ShirakawasunaBlackFlag: Do you mean the subtitles that appear when someone clicks the CC (closed-captioning) button?05:04
Shirakawasunaor annotations?05:04
BlackFlagNo, I want subtitles merged in video05:05
Shirakawasunayou want to embed subtitles in the encoded video itself05:05
pengpengsomeone with more insight than me might be able to analyze the processes results from cat gstreamer and tell you whats going on. thats all i can think of fowl05:06
Shirakawasunalots of different tools can do that and pretty much all of them use ffmpeg, BlackFlag. mencoder, arista, mobile media converter. If I were doing it, I'd use mencoder05:07
Shirakawasunafowl: what's the exact behavior? Does 'skipping' mean it rapidly cuts in and out / on and off? Does it have noise? Is it in sync with the video?05:09
BlackFlagThank you, Shirakawasuna ! So, do I have to make the subtitle first? Is there no video editor that allows to make the video and subtitles togheter?05:10
fowllol ubuntus settings wont even open05:11
fowlso shit05:11
cfhowlett!language | fowl05:11
ubottufowl: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList05:11
BlackFlagThe video will have one picture (png) and a music.05:11
ShirakawasunaBlackFlag: I've never done that, as I don't embed subtitles in the video images themselves.05:13
ShirakawasunaI attach .srt files05:13
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cfhowlett!cn | dxj05:13
ubottudxj: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw05:13
dxjChina man05:14
cfhowlett!kylin | dxj05:14
ubottudxj: Ubuntu Kylin is a variant of Ubuntu that focuses on Chinese users. It is a formal part of Ubuntu. For more information, see http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/ubuntukylin05:14
dxjI quiting05:15
Guest16371I am trying to install Intel Graphics Drivers and since i am new i dont exactly know how to use install.sh files05:16
wileeeGuest16371, Is the OD fine right now?05:16
pengpeng what are the best training methods for newcomers to Ubuntu for rapidly increasing familiarity with linux command line?05:16
Guest16371ITs working fine, but it wont load any res above 102805:17
cfhowlettpengpeng, install ubuntu server, get www.fullcirclemagazine.org/downloads      server special edition05:17
fowlgreat, i followed some guide to reinstall pulseaudio and now i have no sound05:17
fowlguys it stopped skipping05:17
fowlit stopped working all together05:17
jarkinarkindoes anyone know about bugzilla here?  the guys over at #bugzilla are comatose.05:17
Guest163711024 by 76805:17
wileeeGuest16371, I doubt the intel drivers will change that and they are not supported here.05:17
wileeeintel in the repos are fine05:18
Guest16371oh ok05:18
dxj#include <stdio.h>05:20
dxj#include <stdlib.h>05:20
dxjint main(){05:20
dxj        while(1){05:20
dxj                system("./a.out &");05:20
dxj        }05:20
kro2488ok i need help here05:23
kro2488so i use ubuntu mate on both my desktop and laptop05:23
kro2488for some reason on my laptop i don't ever see the option to go into bios anymore05:24
Shirakawasunadxj just sent me a file I didn't ask for...05:24
kro2488it only has ubuntu mate05:24
kro2488why might that be?05:24
Shirakawasunadxj, why did you send me a file?05:24
wileeekro2488, all in one line and to the point05:24
cfhowlettkro2488, one line.  ONE LINE. stop hitting your enter key or it won't be read05:24
dxj./a.out &05:24
Shirakawasunadxj: why?05:25
dxjrun it05:25
pengpengcfhowlett: excuse me. that link took me to the fullcircle homepage. is there a special edition of ubuntu server ? or just install the ubuntu server 14.04.3 lts from http://www.ubuntu.com/download/server  and read the full circle magazine?05:25
kro2488when i boot into ubuntu mate on my laptop i dont see the option to go into the bios anywhere. I want to try out linux mint on my laptop so I need to get to bios. Is there a command to do that from the terminal?05:25
cfhowlettdxj, sening a file uninvited?  no spam please05:25
Shirakawasunadxj: ... it would be stupid to run an executable from a stranger that I didn't ask for.05:25
wileeekro2488, you have about 3 seconds to hit the right key on powering on.05:25
Shirakawasunadxj: that's how you get viruses05:25
dxjA surprise05:25
kro2488it doesn't tell me which one it is05:26
Shirakawasunait sounds like dxj is attempting to spread malware05:26
Shirakawasunawho do I hassle about that?05:26
cfhowlettdxj, what you call "surprise", I call spam.  Don't want it. don't need and stop your nonsense.05:26
wileeekro2488, try f2, the manual should say, they are on line generally.05:26
kro2488i think i have less than three seconds lol05:27
dxjYou need the source code?05:27
cfhowlettpengpeng, ubuntuserver is the OS.  install it.  THIS is the magazine.  read it.  http://fullcirclemagazine.org/2011/01/26/full-circle-special-edition-01-the-perfect-server/05:27
wileeekro2488, the bios splash usually says the key or keys, this a uefi?05:27
DalekSecdxj: No, it spawns itself.  This is not your playground, so stop it.05:27
wileeereport them to the ops #ubuntu-ops05:28
kro2488ok i got it05:28
kro2488thanks guys05:28
kro2488sorry i was just trying to remember what button lol05:28
cfhowlett!guidelines | dxj05:29
ubottudxj: The guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines05:29
cfhowlettdxj, read and follow the guidelines.05:29
HelpMeUbuntuWhat happens if efi partition gets deleted o.o05:29
Shirakawasunafowl: huh05:30
cfhowlettHelpMeUbuntu, "if.." stop asking if questions.  facts are easier to solve.05:30
Shirakawasunafowl: You just did an apt-get install --reinstall pulseaudio and your sound went away?05:30
Shirakawasunafowl: or did you do other things?05:30
fowldoesnt matter05:30
dxjI violated the rules?05:30
cfhowlettdxj, you did.05:30
HelpMeUbuntucfhowlett what happens when esp/efi partition gets removed does it trash the UEFI bios or fixable?05:30
fowli'm installing a different operating system, i had problems with random crap crashing in ubuntu since i installed it. i should've done this long ago05:30
HelpMeUbuntuis that better ...05:31
cfhowlettHelpMeUbuntu, you should not be removing those partitions05:31
cfhowlett!uefi | HelpMeUbuntu05:31
ubottuHelpMeUbuntu: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI05:31
HelpMeUbuntucfhowlett does it trash the UEFI though or can it be fixed if ever done by mistake05:31
dxjEnglish translation tired05:31
cfhowlettdxj, go to #ubuntu-cn05:32
dxjI am Chinese05:32
cfhowlett!cn | dxj05:32
ubottudxj: 如欲獲得中文的協助,請輸入 /join #ubuntu-cn 或 /join #ubuntu-tw05:32
dxjBut I want to learn English05:32
ShirakawasunaHelpMeUbuntu: Short answer: No. You're not changing the BIOS by installing ubuntu05:32
cfhowlettdxj, not here.  this is not the "teach english" channel.05:33
ShirakawasunaHelpMeUbuntu: Why are you asking?05:33
HelpMeUbuntuShirakawasuna what about the entry it makes in the UEFI the list of bootable devices menu the Ubuntu option does it remove itself after ubuntu gets removed05:33
HelpMeUbuntuI just worried ok? I just worried like if i install Ubuntu and 5 months later want to remove it would the entry there go away on its own can if not would it hurt anything to keep it there05:34
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: definitely doesn't hurt anything to have a missing reference just wouldn't be able to boot that missing drive, not so sure about if it would clean up after itself if you remove the OS though since typically that means you're just wiping out the partition it's on and reclaiming the space, so far as I know there's no uninstall OS procedure05:35
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, Your best insurance is backups for any contingency including a bricked computer, or failed HD.05:35
dxjHere are learning English Channel?05:35
cfhowlett!ot | dxj05:36
ubottudxj: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!05:36
cfhowlettdxj, chat in #ubuntu-offtopic05:36
dxjThank you05:36
ShirakawasunaHelpMeUbuntu: that's GRUB and it installs to the mbr05:37
ShirakawasunaHelpMeUbuntu: It won't hurt anything on your system beyond repair. At most, it might make windows not boot, *if* you're dualbooting.05:37
HelpMeUbuntuShirakawasuna on UEFI based systems?05:37
ShirakawasunaHelpMeUbuntu: UEFI is just a BIOS replacement05:37
wileeeShirakawasuna, Only if a legacy install is the mbr used.05:38
Shirakawasunaah, right05:40
Shirakawasunaeither way stop worring about hurting UEFI, HelpMeUbuntu05:40
wafflejockyeah HelpMeUbuntu the worst case scenario is you'd need to do a boot repair on the windows side but ideally just take a backup before you make major changes to your system and then you don't have to worry05:41
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, back it up or we will ridicule you when you break it. ;)05:41
cfhowlettridicule mercilessly at that!05:41
HelpMeUbuntuwafflejock and wileee idk how to back it up.. and if efi partition does get removed its fixable?05:41
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, THat is really advanced stuff, by you no.05:42
HelpMeUbuntuI do have factory default usb that i made when i first got the laptop..05:42
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, All windows releases have at least one image option, a clone, pro and above have unlimited.05:43
HelpMeUbuntuwileee if i check my windos factory default disk from acer recovery tool if it has a folder "efi" on it does that mean the efi is backed up05:43
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: I typically use clonezilla for snapshots of a drive, but it requires burning a CD or making a bootable USB and having another drive to backup your current system, it will basically copy all the data (block for block) and roll up chunks of the data into zip files and then if you need to restore it does the opposite process, it's basically a guided wizard style bootable disc05:43
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, Go to file history, it's at the bottom, save it to a external HD.05:44
wileee+1 the zilla05:44
HelpMeUbuntuthe factory default drive by acer recovery tool lets me reinstall windows even if my HDD fails05:44
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: yeah if it's a clean windows drive that's probably good enough05:44
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wafflejockI mean if you don't care about losing any data in there in the case of something traumatic05:45
wileeeHelpMeUbuntu, Yes, but you may loose everything, and if the HD goes bad your are at square one.05:45
wafflejocklose even*05:45
HelpMeUbuntuI have another HDD from my old Laptop lol05:45
wafflejockoh thought I wrote that haha05:45
wileeelol err thanks for the correction. ;)05:46
HelpMeUbuntuIf you knew me in real life, you'd say i am a worry-wort lol05:46
HelpMeUbuntuI'm going to install it.. Its almost 2am here now.. should it be done by 2:30am05:46
HelpMeUbuntuIf i choose to not install updates until tomorrow :305:46
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wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: probably but you may want to wait till your fresh05:46
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: never good to be at the end of your rope when things go bad05:47
HelpMeUbuntuwafflejock define fresh?05:47
wafflejockjust mean in the morning05:47
HelpMeUbuntuthings go bad.. o_o you mean something could go bad and make it mess up o_o05:47
wafflejocksomething can always go bad05:48
wafflejockit's good to be optimistic and it's not that often something goes bad but something can always go bad05:48
HelpMeUbuntuok I'll play around with the live usb for a while longer :305:48
wafflejockyou can try the live CD though if you haven't already05:48
cfhowlettalways a risk.  also why best to do serious work only when well rested.05:48
HelpMeUbuntuWafflejock i am on live usb right now :3 I'm using Ubuntu from my usb drive and i like it stuff seems fine05:49
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: yeah should be okay but I've heard of some weird things here or there where someones wireless or GPU works fine in the live CD but then they have to do some fiddling with the installed system05:50
wafflejockHelpMeUbuntu: up to you if you want to risk possibly dealing with such headaches at 2:30am.... usually there's someone around here who can help but just fair warning :)05:51
cfhowlett8 hours of sleep solves many ubuntu problems05:52
fowlubuntu startup disk maker the button "make startup disk" is not activatable05:52
fowlnothing functions05:52
JustSighDudesAnyone here use vcsh for dotfile management?05:52
fowldo you guys really use unbuntu ?05:52
wafflejockfowl: yup... I've seen what you're talking about in the startup disk creator just trying to recall what the issue was05:53
fowland when i use unetbootin it just doesnt show my usb drive05:54
fowlat all05:54
DMackeyI just installed it on my HP-Slim-400, 15-0405:54
wafflejockfowl: easiest way to get the data on the USB is probably to just dd05:55
wafflejockfowl:  sudo dd if=input.iso of=/dev/sdc                       where /dev/sdc is your usb device, you can use   lsblk, to see the devices05:55
DMackeyI use this program for Bootable thumb drives : http://www.pendrivelinux.com/universal-usb-installer-easy-as-1-2-3/05:56
fowlwafflejock, thats not even listed on the "installation/fromusbstick" page05:56
DMackeyWorks awesome so far... and YES you can use it to make a Win10 thumb drive.05:56
wafflejockfowl: http://askubuntu.com/questions/372607/how-to-create-a-bootable-ubuntu-usb-flash-drive-from-terminal05:56
wafflejockfowl: like it says there including the bs (block size) parameter for dd helps to make the transfer happen faster05:59
wafflejockfowl: I've used this a bunch of times with raspbian images for a raspberry pi or ubuntu startup disks, typically is less work than the GUI solutions05:59
[Saint]wafflejock: pro-tip for the future - since this channel is publicly logged, always use sdN for dd commands or antyhing that touches a disk really.06:07
[Saint]SOmeone _will_ eventually copy it verbatim and nuke something they didn't want to unexpectedly06:07
fowlThanks wafflejock that worked06:08
[Saint]Not tellin' anyone off, just a word of caution. Users might not necessarily expect the end result and then end up passing blame06:08
[Saint]source: had that happen a few times and witnessed the results even more06:08
[Saint]dd can be very bad juju in the wrong hands.06:08
wafflejock[Saint]: ah gotcha good call, will do in the future06:11
wafflejockfowl: cool glad to hear it06:11
[Saint]So glad you took that in the manner intended. I know I can be...blunt. ANd sometimes I come across as overly negative.06:12
wafflejock[Saint]: hopefully if they copy paste they don't have an input.iso :)06:12
wafflejock[Saint]: nope it's fine had just stepped away for a minute, valid point just took me a sec to grok sdN when I got back06:12
[Saint]The worst instances I've seen involve * substitution, it can get...messy.06:13
fowlGarbage softqare06:24
Abhijitwhy upstart logs are .gzed on 15.0406:32
Abhijitdo i need to extract them each time?06:33
VoyageHow can I use one computer but with more than 1 people operating it at the same time with their own keyboard, mouse and display?  I heard its possible. What terminology should be used for it and how hard is to configure?06:34
AbhijitVoyage, thin client06:34
VoyageAbhijit,  ok. i think its no possible in windows06:35
Voyagebut it is possible in linux.06:35
Voyagehow to do that?06:35
AbhijitVoyage, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ThinClients06:35
VoyageAbhijit,  the thinclient will NOT have any kind of cpu. correct? just monitor and keyboard/mouse?06:38
AbhijitVoyage, i think it will have06:40
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daklanAbhijit, mostly for diskspace concerns. Use gzcat to crack them open06:42
VoyageAbhijit,  thats not what i want. I just want the plugin multiple keyboards , mice, monitors on my existing system and be able to log in different users06:42
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daklanVoyage, you could run multiple instances of X, but with what you're planning to do you'd have to install multiple video cards06:44
Abhijitdaklan, thats not what I am looking for.06:44
daklanYou should probably stick with thin clients06:44
daklanAbhijit, then what exactly are you looking for?06:45
nobungaim trying to find a tor browser other than vidalia (keeps crashing) any suggestions?06:45
Voyagedaklan,  Abhijit  "multi-seat"06:45
Abhijitdaklan, why are they gz ed by default? its extra layer of work to read logs. when i am doing troubleshooting why i want to spend extra time on extracting them?06:46
[Saint]nobunga: tor-browser?06:46
Abhijitnobunga, i thought vidalia is a proxy06:46
[Saint]nobunga: https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en#linux06:46
nobungai just search software manager and it described itself as a gui for tor06:46
daklanAs i said, mostly for diskspace concerns. Are you asking if you can configure upstart to not compress those logs?06:47
nobungaty saint06:47
Abhijitdaklan, yes06:48
daklanLogs are text heavy, so it makes sense to compress them (they shrink really well). The amount of processing cycles consumed to decompress them is not too much, unless you have gigabytes worth of compressed files to open06:49
daklanI think upstart uses syslog, so maybe you can configure it from there06:50
daklanBut as i said, decompressing them isnt really difficult. gzcat with sed or zgrep might make your job easy06:51
daklanOr pipe the output of gzcat to less if you really want to look at the entire log06:52
Abhijitok using gunzip06:52
daklanYou dont have to extreact it to your filesystem, use gzcat and less or sed, or zgrep06:53
daklanExtracting it to your filesystem is indeed extra work06:54
Abhijitok i thought all of them are same command different frontend06:55
daklanMan gunzip, man gzcat, man zgrep06:57
daklanThey're meant to do different things06:57
_SLM_Hey, I just installed Ubuntu, but after it asked me to restart and it did, after the standard motherboard screen the screen went purple and hasnt changed for over 5 minutes now07:06
_SLM_Is anyone online who can help me?07:06
nudoge_SLM_: have you tried starting from recovery mode?07:07
HewloThereHow can I use rm -rf to delete everything, including system files?07:07
_SLM_recovery mode? is that found in the installation usb I made from the iso?07:08
nudoge_SLM_: just after the post there is either is a hidden grub menu07:08
nudoge_SLM_: so as the computer is starting keep mashing the down arrow until the menu pops up07:08
_SLM_ok, doing that now07:09
nudoge_SLM_: Then go to advanced options and select recovery mode07:09
JanCor just keep shift down IIRC07:09
_SLM_done, got a grey menu now07:10
_SLM_which option do I need?07:10
nudogeadvanced options -> recovery mode07:10
_SLM_yeah, I am in recovery mode07:11
_SLM_ah ok07:11
nudogeafter that try "resume" normal boot07:11
_SLM_it worked. great07:14
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_SLM_now the big question, will it keep working? was this any serious issue?07:14
nudoge_SLM_: I have had a few issues with the latest patch.07:14
nudoge_SLM_: I haven't submitted a but but you could google a fix07:14
_SLM_well, there was no error code afaik, just a purple screen. I assume I will get a lot of falve positives search for ¨hangs on purple screen at boot¨07:15
daklanCheck your xserver logs, you may find a clue. Driver issue, probably07:15
_SLM_ah okay07:15
_SLM_thanks for the help guys07:16
nudogedaklan: cups-browsed is where it hanges up in text mode07:17
nudogefor me at least07:17
daklanHmm, that is interesting07:17
nudogeYa so im just waiting for next update to fix it.07:18
daklanDrop to single user and disable it, see if it will boot afterwards07:18
nudogedaklan: nope07:18
daklanSo it's not cups then07:19
nudogeI used sysv-rc-config and disabled it.  still got caught up.  I didn't try update-rc.d yet though07:19
daklanWhich version is this?07:19
HewloThereHow can I make an screen and multiplex (e.g. so my friend can see the same stuff)? My friend did it before but I can't figure out how07:19
daklanYou mean it hung at cups-browsed again?07:19
optimisticwhich decimal value can  i use for 's '   chmod rws07:19
nudoge3.13.0.57 amd 6407:19
nudogedaklan: yep07:19
daklanThen it's not disabled07:20
nudogedaklan: thats what I thought so I guess I could manually remove the links from /init.d/07:20
nudogebut like I said I'm lazy and my machaine doesn't go down that often07:20
daklanUpdate-rc.d is better07:21
nudogenudoge: no issues on other laptops just this one.07:21
nudogebut I mess with so many /etc/ files I expect bugs07:21
daklanOptimistic, why not just chmod +rws ?07:23
EriC^^optimistic: in what context? setuid setgid?07:24
optimisticactually i'm willing to know decimal value for ex- for rwx------ we use chmod 700,07:25
EriC^^which one?07:25
daklan1 is the sticky bit07:25
daklanchmod 1755, for example07:25
EriC^^2 is setgid, and 4 is setuid07:26
daklanCorrect, and you can combine setuid and setgid with the sticky bit07:26
daklanSo 5755 is set sticky and setuid07:27
nudogeor use 3755 and set the other07:27
optimisticok thnks, can you sentd me some reference for stuffs you said i'm totally newbie07:27
daklanGoogle? Lol07:28
daklanMan chmod07:28
nudogeoptimistic: the more I learn I know Im just going to stay noob forever.  I've gotten used to the idea and just keep reading.07:28
optimisticok , i was jst asking for some specification , but thnks07:29
nudogeoptimistic: you can use "man chmod" or "info chmod"07:29
optimisticok i'll07:30
optimisticthnks all of you07:30
daklanOptimistic, most of the time, man pages have everything that you will ever need to know. I personally use google as a backup07:31
daklanSometimes, i even lookup the man pages for something via google07:31
optimisticok i'm going for manual pages ,Done!07:32
nudogeoptimistic: a lot of admins just used letters instead of number though.07:32
daklaninfo pages give you lots of details as well07:33
daklanBut nothing beats google when you're trying to find something that you dont know how to ask, or where to start07:34
nudogedaklan: I prefer to ask irc for things related to the os and google for third party programs07:34
daklanUsing octals is a little quicker, though. 777 vs ugo+rwx07:34
daklanIrc is good too07:35
nudogedaklan: ya I should pratice them more07:35
daklanOr phone a friendly geek07:35
nudogedaklan: infact im going to do that now then go to sleep07:35
daklanJust dont call the geek squad at best buy (in the US)07:35
Secret-Firecan anyone help me get my gamepad working07:36
daklanUsb gamepad? Im not very familiar with how to get those working, have you tried google?07:38
nudogedaklan: ok think I got it. 1=x 2=w 3=wx 4=r 5=rx 6=rw 7=wrx07:39
Secret-Firedaklan yes i have07:39
ubottuUbuntu Core is a rendition of Ubuntu with transactional updates using "snappy". For discussion and support, please visit #snappy and see http://www.ubuntu.com/snappy/07:39
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[Saint]nudoge: alternatively use one of the countless thousands of online calculators like http://permissions-calculator.org/07:40
[Saint]can do octal, symbolic, etc.07:40
daklanNudoge, step in the right direction :)07:41
nudogedaklan: I was playing with sticky bits 1-707:42
daklanJust remember r=4, w=2, x=1, add to get the combinations07:43
nudogewhat is --------T ?07:43
EriC^^sticky bit + executable07:43
nudogeEriC^^: Thats what it looked like.  So I could use that to share executable programs on a network share (for example)07:44
nudogeEriC^^: thanks07:45
[Saint]Uuuuugh - god. I forgot about that stupid bug with 14.04 that prevents swap from working with encrypted home.07:45
[Saint]God. Why does Ubuntu constantly keep screing up encrypted home?07:45
[Saint]swap, systemd, ecryptfs...you name it.07:46
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nudogeI used luks and init still07:46
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[Saint]Fortunately this swap issue isn't difficult to sort out.07:47
Guest38884question, how do you exit a channel in irssi?07:47
nudoge[Saint]: There have been a lot of updates to RHEL lately also07:48
EriC^^/part or /wc07:48
Guest38884ok, thanks07:48
nudoge[Saint]: no more yum07:48
nudoge[Saint]: I believe that unix should do one thing and do it well.  Im not a big systemd fan07:49
[Saint]Slightly ironic you're in an Ubuntu channel then no?07:50
nudoge[Saint]: very07:50
nudogeI only use systemctl stuff when I have to for centOS etc.  I prefer ubuntu with sysv07:51
[Saint]"Do all the things and do them kinda OK-ish but not if you have an even slightly exotic system"07:51
nudoge[Saint]: I need to pratice up on how to use cgroups07:53
[Saint]I just use Ubuntu Server because otherwise it's a royal pain in the butt to set up my RAID/network/and various other peices of relatively obscure Canonical Certified HP server hardware.07:53
[Saint]It's either Ubuntu Server "Just Works", or fighting with Arch or debian for several hours.07:53
[Saint]Getting iLO working on anything other than Ubuntu Server is nightmarish07:54
daklanI used to run sid, that was a fight every other day07:54
nudoge[Saint]: or fighting with semanage in RHEL07:54
[Saint]I run Arch on all my other systems, but I _need_ my servers to Just Work.07:55
[Saint]ANd so far only Ubuntu Server provides that, due to tight integration with HP.07:55
jordan_what's this for?07:56
nudoge[Saint]: do you use tasksel?07:56
[Saint]I do not.07:56
cfhowlett!topic | jordan_07:56
ubottujordan_: Please read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic07:56
daklanDefine "this"07:56
daklanHow to people actually end up on channels without knowing what they're for?07:57
* nudoge shrugs07:57
[Saint]Plz Sir. Can helping? What do?07:58
daklanI could understand if it was #friends07:58
daklanLike, im not sure if this is the irc channel for the 90's show07:59
nudogeok gonna go learn some cgroups to keep up with the times.07:59
niekdaklan: This is the IRC channel for Star Trek discussion, obviously.</sarcasm>08:00
daklanAfrican version, maybe08:00
cfhowlett!test | daniel08:06
ubottudaniel: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use /join #test )08:06
ytixdecafHello. Could anyone tell me how to uninstall weechat, and yes I tried sudo apt-get remove08:10
daklanDid you get an error message?08:12
daklanWhat was the error?08:13
ytixdecafPackage 'weechat' is not installed, so not removed08:13
daklanWrong package name, then08:14
daklandpkg -l | grep weechat08:14
daklanSee if you get a hit08:14
daklanThen use dpkg -r <packagename> to remove (or -P to purge)08:15
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ytixdecafdaklan: Thanks a lot. It worked. :)08:25
ytixdecafdaklan: I've installed setoolkit, but I am not able to uninstall it. Whenever I run setoolkit in the terminal. It shows "/usr/bin/setoolkit: line 1: cd: /usr/share/setoolkit: No such file or directory.python2: can't open file 'setoolkit': [Errno 2] No such file or directory"08:35
bekksytixdecaf: How did you install it?08:36
daklantouch /usr/share/setoolkit08:36
ytixdecafgit clone.08:36
bekksdaklan: Thats pretty pointless. :)08:36
daklanThen try to uninstall again08:36
daklanNot if the script is looking for that file and fails if it is not there08:36
bekksytixdecaf: Well, then you'd have to contact the authors of that toolkit I guess.08:36
bekksdaklan: "touch" will not create a directory. So pointless.08:37
daklanOh, missed the cd, lol08:37
ytixdecaf'E: Unable to locate package setoolkit' :\08:38
bekksytixdecaf: Yeah, because you used git clone instead of the package management system.08:38
ytixdecafCan't we uninstall it using git or something like that?08:38
bekksytixdecaf: git has nothing to do with uninstalling stuff. git is a decentralized revision control system.08:39
bekksytixdecaf: You need to contact the author(s) of what you installed there on how to get rid of it again.08:39
ytixdecafOh, well. :\ okay.08:39
Mathisenmorning, i want to install ubuntu on a second drive but does grub find windows 10 that im currently using ? there is no problem with dual booting win10 and ubuntu ?08:42
daklanShouldn't be a problem, i just did that two days ago08:42
Mathisendaklan, nice uefi ?08:43
daklanOh, no. Old machine, no uefi. Your situation might be different08:43
bekks!dualboot | Mathisen08:44
ubottuMathisen: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot08:44
Mathisenok maybe do some google work before i start then08:44
bekksMathisen: Just read the links given :)08:44
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x4w3gvim is not installed by default...grrr09:12
work_alkisgHow can I find out which apt version lucid shipped with?09:12
EriC^^apt-cache show apt09:12
cfhowlett!info apt lucid09:12
ubottu'lucid' is not a valid distribution: kubuntu-backports, kubuntu-experimental, kubuntu-updates, partner, precise, precise-backports, precise-proposed, stable, testing, trusty, trusty-backports, trusty-proposed, unstable, utopic, utopic-backports, utopic-proposed, vivid, vivid-backports, vivid-proposed, wily, wily-backports, wily-proposed09:12
EriC^^lucid is eol btw09:12
ubottuUbuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) was the twelfth release of Ubuntu. Desktop support ended May 9 2013. Server support ended on April 30 2015. See http://ubottu.com/y/lucid for more details.09:13
cfhowlettwork_alkisg, package search ubuntu would show it09:13
work_alkisgEriC^^: I know it's EOL, that's the main reason I can't find it with apt-cache search etc :)09:13
work_alkisgcfhowlett: packages.ubuntu.com/apt doesn't include lucid... where would I search for that package?09:13
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EriC^^oh ok, well you can check old-releases.ubuntu.com and check it's .manifest file to see which packages it comes with09:14
alkisgEriC^^: cool, thanks09:14
x4w3which one is better for X, vim-gnome, vim-gui-common, vim-athena or vim-gtk?09:15
alkisgGot it from http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/lucid/main/binary-i386/Packages.gz09:15
bekksxterm and vi :)09:16
bekks!eolupgrade | alkisg09:16
ubottualkisg: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades09:16
EriC^^alkisg: that would be the latest apt version is had09:16
x4w3ummm vim is ok :)09:16
alkisgEriC^^: I think the latest one would be in lucid-updates, right?09:16
EriC^^in case it matters to you09:16
alkisgAnyway, since it's after 0.7.25, it's fine, I can "support" forgotten 10.04 installations as well09:17
alkisgThank you guys09:17
bekksalkisg: No one besides you can ;)09:19
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mbs_Hey guys, is the intel gpu driver a sep package from the kernel?09:29
bekksmbs_: Whats the actual issue behind your question? )09:29
mbs_do i need to compile it as well09:29
mbs_just a learning question, im looking into compiling kernels and wondered if intel has put all their drivers into the kernel source as there is the intel gpu driver available from the intel site09:31
bekksmbs_: No, they did not.09:32
mbs_so do i need to grab that as well?09:33
bekksmbs_: Whats the actual issue behind your learning? Are you trying to install a driver for your Intel GPU?09:33
mbs_just mucking around, ive compiled and install the latest kernel from source and my graphics are a bit choppy09:36
x4w3emacs not default too :(09:39
mbs_thanks all09:47
ubuntu897How would I go about installing an older version of ubuntu over a newer one?09:49
cfhowlettubuntu897, download the .iso, make a boot usb.  boot the usb, install and select the existing partitions as your target.09:50
cfhowlettbut why an OLD version??09:50
ubuntu897Because I'm wanting to switch to a long term supported version09:51
cfhowlett"clever girl ..."09:51
ubuntu897I'm new to the whole linux thing, but I noticed some things weren't working as easily as they probably should. And I heard that things have been weird after v1409:52
cfhowlett!lts | ubuntu897,09:52
ubottuubuntu897,: LTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04)09:52
ubuntu897I have the 14.04 ISO actually09:53
ubuntu897But it upgraded past that09:53
cfhowlettubuntu897, create your boot USB and do what you do09:54
ubuntu897I'd assume after I make my bootup disk I restart, hit f12 until it gives me a new option and boot from USB HDD09:54
cfhowlettubuntu897, boot from USB???09:55
ubuntu897I use a thumbdrive since I don't have spare CDs09:55
ubuntu897I'm using the startup disk creator and it's installing on my USB now actually09:56
cfhowlettubuntu897, right.  usb stick isn't an usb HDD09:56
ubuntu897That might be a problem then.09:56
cfhowlett!install | ubuntu89709:57
ubottuubuntu897: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate09:57
x4w3con vimtutor genial.09:58
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Guest52814hello everyone10:07
Rhombixhi, just a quick one. i'm about to do a hard drive backup (copying 500GB+) to an external usb drive. any tips to increase speed/safety?10:07
Guest52814how to designed icons10:07
vegijthajoin #moviegods10:08
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cfhowlettGuest52814, http://design.canonical.com/10:08
brothersomeRhombix, try to use the e-SATA connector10:09
Rhombixbrothersome: sadly i only have the USB 3.0 cable that comes with the drive10:11
OerHeksRhombix, tar it as a big file writes faster than multiple small ones10:12
GavitorHey has anyone had trouble using Ubuntu with lower Wi-Fi signal level? If the signal strength is 2 bars or lower the system connects to the router/modem combo, but the system doesn't access the internet traffic. Problem goes away when signal strength is at least 3 bars.10:12
RhombixOerHeks: ok, sounds good10:13
Rhombixi heard booting live CD is suppose to help, is that true?10:13
Rhombixor should i just go ahead and start copying?10:14
OerHeksRhombix, not sure what you mean, with a live cd none of your files are in use.10:16
RhombixOerHeks: i might be getting mixed up with another program, my mistake10:17
DamnsungHi, how hopeless is it to get JBL subwoofer to work on a Samsung laptop? :D10:17
Rhombixi've done a lot of googling10:17
Rhombixok, thanks for all your answers, bye :)10:18
OerHeksRhombix, if it is a server, no processes are in memory then, all resources are free for your action10:18
stonkyHi is there any way i can use the same external wifi card  to connect to a AP in one computer and to connect to another AP with a second computer  ??  ??10:19
OerHeksstonky, sure, plugout, change computer, plugin ?10:19
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salluis there anyone here10:23
salluor all sleeping10:23
salluBayangan, Hi  installing windows 8.1 and now ubuntu booting menu gone as dual booting10:24
VillageHello Guys, i want ask how i can install python and python-gevent at Ubuntu 10.04?10:25
BayanganRepair grub using live usb/ live cd10:25
ubottuUbuntu 10.04 LTS (Lucid Lynx) was the twelfth release of Ubuntu. Desktop support ended May 9 2013. Server support ended on April 30 2015. See http://ubottu.com/y/lucid for more details.10:26
OerHeksVillage, not, as 10.04 is EOL, dead. upgrade please.10:26
salluBayangan, ok i will do it. but is it good idea to install new linux OS as freshly installed10:26
brothersomesallu, there is a special CD for repairing the grub2 for ubuntu10:26
salluBayangan, do you have any idea about linux puppy10:26
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub210:26
salluubottu, you are a bot ?10:26
ubottusallu: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)10:26
brothersomesallu, I do10:26
OerHeksno need for a special cd, just use your iso and the gub manual10:26
sallubrothersome, how is it different from linuxmint or ubuntu distro . i am talking about linux puppy. why some of my friends suggested to check linux puppy these days10:27
VillageOerHeks, no way really? I dont want upgrade, on VPS spining my servers..10:27
salluOerHeks, ok i am checking the link the bot ubottu provided10:28
OerHekssallu  this is ubuntu support, distro comparing is offtopic i am afraid.10:28
YamakasYwhy is ubuntu samba version build against heimdal ?10:28
OerHeks!spam | vegijtha10:29
ubottuvegijtha: Please don't spam10:29
vegijthasry it was mistake10:29
brothersomesallu, If you need one of the lightest distro's puppy is nice, if you have a heavy computer Linux Mint is better (IMHO)10:30
OerHeksVillage, contact your vendor, they should provide fresh images10:30
OerHeks* as vpn-s are heavily tweaked10:31
VillageOne question when i update ubuntu to newer then how i can install python-gevent? I want same on 10.04. Update really dificult..10:31
brothersomesallu, My website is puppylinux.eu - You can also have multiple partitions so you can use Ubuntu, LinuxMint, WIndhoos, Puppylinux on one computer - problem only is the use of grub210:31
stonky<OerHeks ; sorry I meant simultaneously ?10:32
VillageOerHeks, when i was try ubuntu newer version, then i have errors when installing LAMP10:32
Villageon 10.04 i have lamp, ftp, eggdrops and more, and it's working fine10:32
sallubrothersome, yeah i made root home swap partition while installing ubuntu on windows 7 . what if i install third OS puppy with windows 8.1 installed , ubuntu and now this puppy10:33
_SLM_Hey, I have installed an application, that first wouldn´t run from the launcher. Then I launched it from terminal and now I have two icons in laucher, one that works, one that doesn´t work10:33
stonkyOerHeks ; or do i have to buy a second card  in this case ?10:33
_SLM_How do I remove the bad one?10:33
sallubrothersome, do you think i should make another 3 partitions to install puppy10:33
* Village going smoke a cigarette10:33
OerHeksstonky, i don't know any wifi device that caon connect 2 computers to 2 accesspoint.10:33
salluOerHeks, ok thanks10:33
stonky<OerHeks can i build one ?10:34
brothersomesallu, you can install puppy on the same partition as ubuntu, but you must create a file extra and run the grub2-config10:35
sallubrothersome, ok explain it, i will do it  . you mean puppy will be using the same partitions of ubuntu root home swap ?10:35
OerHeksstonky, can you? this is beyond the scope of this channel.10:36
OerHeksmaybe the guys in ##hardware can help10:36
brothersomesallu, yes - Look for the grub2 files 10.... 20.... (names) and add one for puppy10:36
stonky<OerHeks ; thanks i'll try10:37
brothersomesallu, easiest way first is to install puppy on a USB stick so you have the kernel parameters for the new file10:37
brothersomesallu, better ask the puppylinux channel10:38
sallubrothersome, some one gave me a link to download puppy tahr-6.0-CE_PAE.iso @ 199mb size.. what should i do with it then ?10:38
brothersomeProblem with Ubuntu now that is uses grub2 in stead of grub10:38
sallubrothersome, what is the puppy linux channel name?10:38
brothersomesallu, #puppylinux10:38
_SLM_Hm. I think I used the wrong word. Not launcher. How do I remove a icon from the unity-search/select-stuff-window10:38
sallubrothersome, ok be right back10:39
salluthanks though10:39
JohnnyLhow do I change the size of the mouse cursor in unbuntu 15.04?10:39
sallubrothersome, but what benifit you see in puppy as you inspired of it and you made your own website for it ? what made you think its special in features ?10:39
OerHeks_SLM_, right mouse > unlock from launcher10:40
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_SLM_Yeah, I used the wrong word sorry. Apparantly the launcher is the programs bar on the left. I meant the unity icon in it10:40
brothersomesallu, I am running puppylinux now, my lappy is limited, puppy is damn fast10:40
_SLM_where you select or search things10:40
OerHeks_SLM_, yes, grab the icon, right mouse > unlock ..10:41
sallubrothersome, wow koOOol, i mostly use linux for browsing , may be hex chat , skype and nothing else. do you think puppy is more than enough for me10:41
_SLM_I dont see that option10:41
_SLM_It only shows me basic information. No buttons10:41
Ben64sallu, brothersome: take the offtopic chat elsewhere please10:41
TraumatizerIm running xubuntu and suddenly it has gone into some sor tof low graphics mode. I´d say is comparable to the Windows 98 color scheme settings that you sometimes get. Anyone know how this happened?10:41
misho_Hello everyone...i have a question10:41
_SLM_when I right click, it enlarges the icon and shows me nothing useful.10:41
salluBen64, oh sorry, i am going to that channel now10:41
Ben64Traumatizer: incorrect graphics driver usually10:42
badbodhTraumatizer, can you share a screenshot ?10:42
sallubrothersome, check your pm now10:42
misho_may i have your attention10:42
Ben64misho_: nope, you can ask a question and wait like everyone else10:42
OerHeksmisho_, ask, wait and see10:43
VillageOerHeks, so i can try buy VPS and with what Ubuntu i must buy that be good for python-gevent? And or you really help me install it if i buy VPS?10:43
_SLM_I think ¨Search your computer and internet sources¨-window thinks it´s a document or something10:43
_SLM_There is no launch-button like in the other working icon10:43
Ben64Village: 14.04 probably is the best choice10:43
OerHeksVillage, that package python-gevent is in the repository10:44
Village512 RAM it's ok for python-gevent?10:44
_SLM_Kinda annoys me a little bit that Unity doesnt give me anything useful there. Why show it at all if Unity doesnt know what to do with it10:45
OerHeksJohnny_Linux, old howto, still valid > http://www.upubuntu.com/2012/10/how-to-change-mouse-cursor-size-and.html10:45
OerHeks_SLM_, what application does this, exactly?10:46
VillageOerHeks, su now i try ( sudo apt-get install python-gevent python-psutil git vlc ) with 10.04 and i get - E: Couldn't find package python-gevent. SO with newer version be good, really?10:46
VillageBen42, 512 RAM it's ok for 14.04?10:47
OerHeksVillage, yes, that is good, as 10.04 is EOL, remember?10:47
Ben64Village: you were told already that 10.04 is dead10:47
Villagefor python-gevent ?10:47
_SLM_again, this is not the launcher bar on the left where you lock/unlock active programs10:47
misho_I'm trying to watch shared movies from the other computer which is runned by Windows 7.Everything is normal..i have an access to the movies and folders but when i try to open with VLC it is showed to me a error message.When i copy that movie to the ubuntu PC VLC is opening normal.10:47
xchatterI want to format an USB stick with DOS under  gparted. But under new partition I don't see DOS, only FAT16, FAT 32. Any idea?10:47
_SLM_This is the Unity-icon in that10:47
misho_How can i fix this strange situation?10:47
xchatterIs DOS FAT 16?10:47
_SLM_Where you get a list of softwar and such10:47
badbodhmisho_, we need you to quote the error message, word to word.10:47
Traumatizerbadboh coming up10:47
VillageOerHeks, i know that EOL, but it's really not intall because EOL? Or with newer version i get same Error?10:48
Ben64xchatter: dos isn't a filesystem10:48
misho_It is a long log message from VLC...do you really want?10:48
OerHeksVillage, you get an error, as the servers are down.10:48
_SLM_That what-is-it-called shows Brackets icon twice. The old one doesnt work, the new one does10:48
_SLM_But I cant remove the old one10:48
_SLM_I right clicked, tried dragging it to recycle bin10:48
badbodhmisho_, share a screenshot. you don't have to type it out then. upload pic on postimage.org10:48
xchatterBen64, I am trying to do a BIOS update and the instructions say to ceated a DOS bootable USB stick.10:48
_SLM_selected it and pressed delete10:48
_SLM_all, nothing10:49
Ben64xchatter: what exactly does the instructions say10:49
x4w3ummm whatsapp in piggin will be secure?10:49
badbodh_SLM_, if you could explain your problem with screenshots, that'll be helpful. also, please do remove the underscore from your nick.10:49
xchatterBen64, [1] Prepare a Bootable USB Flash Drive containing DOS image, and decompress all files inside this ZIP file to the root of the Bootable USB Flash Drive10:49
xchatterBen64, [2] Plug the Bootable USB Flash Drive to a USB2.0 Port on the target PC10:50
_SLM_why remove underscore?10:50
badbodhannoying to type it out10:50
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Ben64xchatter: well thats beyond this channel, you need to find a dos image to write to the drive10:50
badbodhonly the leading underscore, not the tail10:50
_SLM_this is my registered nickname10:50
badbodhkindly change it temporarily :)10:51
xchatterBen64, but what do I have to format the USB to?10:51
Traumatizerbadbodh, this is what it looks like. http://imgur.com/xDnJLJS10:51
Ben64xchatter: you don't, the image will have the filesystem in it10:51
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OerHeksxchatter, i was thinking of freedos, not sure biosupdate will go from there https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BIOSUpdate10:52
VillageOerHeks, Ben42, let me ask again, sorry, but if i install newest version of Ubuntu do i got same error like in 10.04? I mean if i try at newest version install python-gevent, ok it's in install db, so i trust you guys and i will try newer version of Ubuntu10:52
easyOnMeBen64: can you help me please10:52
Ben64Village: no no no no no it is because 10.04 is dead, please listen10:52
badbodhTraumatizer, changing theme doesn't work? open software center /synaptic and check if you have 'murrine engine' installed. don't remember exact name.10:52
OerHeksVillage, likely you can as you want, with a supported version10:52
badbodhsearch "murrine engine" or "murrine themes"10:52
Ben64easyOnMe: don't ping random people10:53
easyOnMeThe following packages will be upgraded:10:53
easyOnMe  firefox firefox-locale-en10:53
easyOnMe2 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.10:53
easyOnMeNeed to get 40.1 MB/40.8 MB of archives.10:53
easyOnMeAfter this operation, 11.3 kB of additional disk space will be used.10:53
easyOnMeDo you want to continue? [Y/n] y10:53
easyOnMeGet:1 http://ph.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty-updates/main firefox i386 39.0.3+build2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 [40.1 MB]10:53
MonkeyDustVillage  first update to a supported release, then ask again10:53
Traumatizerbadbodh, no doesnt change. But ill just restart the PC should fix it i guess10:53
VillageOk Guys, OerHeks, Ben42, i will try now buy VPS and i will write what happens10:53
SLMIt´s the Dash10:53
badbodhTraumatizer, nope. looks like you have theme engine missing. install them.10:54
SLMHow to remove the icon from Dash?10:54
SLMI looked it up, its Dash10:54
MonkeyDustSLM  right click, unlock from launcher10:54
badbodhSLM, icon that are visible on dash, their files can be found in /usr/share/applications (root folder) or .local/share/applications (in home folder)10:55
SLMAh, okay10:55
badbodhdelete those "desktop" files and icons will disapper10:55
OerHekseasyOnMe, you know the drill, don't paste like that10:55
easyOnMeOerHeks: sorry10:55
ubuntuisniceDoes realtek audio support Ubuntu?10:55
OerHeksubuntuisnice, sure10:56
misho_badbodh, http://s3.postimg.org/l4jjncy6r/image.png10:56
badbodhTraumatizer, search for " murrine engine" in software center, install it. no need to reboot.10:56
easyOnMeOerHeks: I tried this command: sudo apt-get upgrade | apaste and until now my laptop terminal has not gone back to the prompt10:56
misho_badbodh, http://s24.postimg.org/hu94khmp1/image.png10:57
ubuntuisniceJust do sudo-apt-get upgrade10:57
x4w3with sha512sum i can encrypt unti 512 bytes?10:57
easyOnMeubuntuisnice: I did that I still got some issues I always get the same message10:57
misho_badbodh, http://s21.postimg.org/4nxp5xsiv/image.png10:57
ubuntuisniceThat's likely what the 512 is for10:57
x4w3ubuntuisnice: tq10:58
easyOnMehow can I make my firefox upgraded itself I always get the problem on hash sum issues10:58
easyOnMeFailed to fetch http://ph.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/firefox/firefox_39.0.3+build2-0ubuntu0.14.04.1_i386.deb  Hash Sum mismatch10:58
basiclaserHEY YALL, is there software I can download in ubuntu to fix a windows partition, maybe also the windows boot configuration data(BCD)?10:58
badbodhmisho_, you path length is pretty long, remove all that "director cut xvid nodlab blah blah" and try again.10:59
ubuntuisniceThere should be an option to tell APT to ignore signature checking10:59
badbodhmisho_, in your other computer that is10:59
SLM<badbodh> .local/share/applications is empty other then mimeapps.list (which I opened in gedit, doesnt seem relevant) and /usr/share/applications seems to only contains 1x Brackets, not 211:00
misho_badbodh, no this is happening on ubuntu11:00
OerHekseasyOnMe, good start > https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PackageManagerTroubleshootingProcedure11:01
badbodhmisho_, yes, possibly because your path/to/file is too damn long. rename folder/file as i suggested and check again.11:01
minimecbasiclaser: Honestly... I would NOT use linux tools to fix a windows partitions... (only if you don't care that ALL data might be lost)11:01
easyOnMeOerHeks: thanks11:01
misho_badbodh, but it should't be a problem because i open this file when it is physically on Ubuntu PC...the problem is when i try to open via shared network11:01
misho_badbodh, ok11:01
basiclaserminimec: ive already backed up, so the fastest route to getting this windows running again is my goal at this point11:01
basiclaserI also dont windows discs to hand11:02
basiclaserhave any *11:02
badbodhyes, problem is neither ubuntu, nor vlc, nor the file itself. that only leaves file path and samba client.11:02
badbodhmisho_, ^11:02
badbodhSLM, can you share a screenshot showing that icon you speak of ?11:02
minimecbasiclaser: Ok. Then 'gparted' might help, or 'fdisk' on console.11:02
badbodhSLM, upload it on postimage.org11:03
misho_badbodh, yes is saw it...thanks.I will try that.Didn't know that path lenght is matter11:03
basiclaserminimec: thanks. I'm currently staring at gparted, there are 12 partitions!11:03
ak2766easyOnMe: in Software and Updates in Ubuntu software tab, change the "Download from:" url - seens the mirror you are using may have a corrupt package!11:04
MonkeyDustbasiclaser  for better assistance, pastebin the outcome of   lsblk11:04
easyOnMeak2766: ok hang on I will get back to you I am opening the software center now11:04
easyOnMeak2766: you mean open the Ubuntu Software Center right11:05
SLMYou see Brackets there twice11:06
jake_wow ethereum network hashrate almost double since launch11:07
jake_thats a good sign11:07
badbodhSLM, can you repeat your issue again? i forgot the problem :P11:08
badbodhSLM, oh. ok11:08
SLMI need to remove one of those two Brackets Icons11:08
SLMOnly need the working one11:08
ak2766easyOnMe - nope - you need to go to system settings, then open Siftware & Updates, then in there you'll see the Ubuntu Software tab and the "Download from:" URL11:08
basiclaserMonkeyDust: there's a link11:09
SLMThe other one just takes up space and is confusing11:09
badbodhSLM, check your /usr/share/applications folder, there may be two of those.11:09
SLMI checked badbodh, there isnt11:09
SLMonly one11:09
SLMthe working one11:09
basiclaserMonkeyDust: and heres a shot of gparted11:09
SLMno clue where the bad one comes from11:09
badbodhSLM, do both of them work ?11:10
SLMonly one11:10
SLM<SLM> The other one just takes up space and is confusing11:10
lanwhat are you doing11:11
OerHeksSLM, oh i see, those icons can be in 2 places! /usr/share/applications/ or at ~/.local/share/applications/. >>>>> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UnityLaunchersAndDesktopFiles11:11
badbodhSLM, that 'topasingen' thingy. is it your recently used applications ?11:11
badbodhOerHeks, icon isn't the problem. unity history needs cleaning up.11:12
SLMOerHeks, i checked both already11:12
SLMthey arent there11:12
badbodhOerHeks, how do you clear 'recently used apps' from dash ?11:12
SLM*the bad one isnt there11:12
MonkeyDustbasiclaser  that partition table is a piece of art11:12
basiclaserMonkeyDust: was originally windows 8, updated to 10, dual-boot installed an encrypted fedora which works, but the windows died11:13
badbodhok. that should work.11:14
SLMOerHeks, badbodh, that fixed it. Thanks!11:15
OerHeksbadbodh, good thinkin' clearing cache :-D11:15
badbodhSLM, now put your underscore back on and scram :D11:16
badbodhOerHeks, meow :311:16
Tlancan anyone help mee with ubuntu and steam11:16
ak2766Tlan: just ask away11:16
OerHeksTlan, just ask, wait and see11:16
badbodhTlan, do you doubt our abilities ?11:16
Tlanin terminal11:17
TlanERROR:renderer_main.cc(200)] Running without renderer sandbox11:17
Tlansteam error11:17
Tlanrunning 15.0411:17
Tlanamd opensouce drive  obaif ppa11:17
badbodhTlan, rendering error looks like driver issue. amd does have a wee bit poor support on linux.11:18
Tlanopen source driver?11:19
Tlancan you expl;ain this 2nd error11:19
TlanERROR:nss_util.cc(981)] Failed to load NSS libraries11:19
badbodhnope. what is nss ?11:19
Tlansteam [0809/071632:ERROR:nss_util.cc(981)] Failed to load NSS libraries.11:20
badbodhTlan, what is this obaif ppa you speak of ? what did you install from there ?11:20
VillageSo Guys, OerHeks, Ben42, i have new VPS Ubuntu 14.11:20
VillageSo Guys, OerHeks, Ben42, i have new VPS Ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit)11:20
Villageand what packages i need isntall at new Ubuntu 14.04?11:21
Villagethat it's be ready to use..11:21
Tlani have a r9 29011:21
ak2766Tlan: what exactly are you trying to do? so far you've just posted error messages - it would help us to know what you are trying to get done when these error messages are spat out!11:21
Tlanrunning kernel 4.1.411:21
Tlanwhen i launch steam in terminal11:22
Tlani get these steam errors11:22
MonkeyDustVillage  install the packages that you need, we cannot decide for you11:22
Tlani don't know how to fix or what they mean11:22
badbodhTlan, the ppa page mentions a lot of things to verify if your driver is functional. did you follow those steps ?11:22
ak2766Tlan: so you are not getting to the steam interface?11:22
Tlanoh the driver works11:23
VillageMagiobiwan, i don't taliking about ftp or some like that, but i mean pre packages who need have every Ubuntu, that it be ready to work..11:23
Tlansteam works fine i was playing csgo fine11:23
Tlanno everything wroks11:23
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Tlani just wanted to know why i was getting these erros?11:23
badbodhak2766, "ERROR:renderer_main.cc(200)] Running without renderer sandbox" and "steam [0809/071632:ERROR:nss_util.cc(981)] Failed to load NSS libraries." are what he gets11:23
Tlani fixed a font error11:23
Tlan oh there is another error too11:24
basiclaserMonkeyDust: so would you suggest wiping the drive, reinstalling windows and then linux again?11:24
TlanGtk-Message: Failed to load module "gail"11:24
ak2766ah - those are mostly debugging messages - most likely a developer did not turn them off before release...11:24
TlanGtk-Message: Failed to load module "atk-bridge"11:24
Tlani get those 3 errors in steam11:24
ak2766if you run the application from the launcher/dash, then those messages are not normally seen anyways - they get logged in a log somewhere...11:25
Villagelike "sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall" and "sudo apt-get install cvs subversion git-core mercurial" do i need install this at new vps ubuntu 14.04..?11:25
Tlanare you guys talking to me11:25
badbodhTlan, install "libatk-bridge-blah blah" from synaptic/software center for third error11:25
MonkeyDustbasiclaser  yes, starting over is often easier, faster, cleaner than repairing things...11:25
Tlani did that11:26
OnkelTemHi all11:26
Tlanstill get it11:26
ak2766Tlan: if the application comes up, and does what you want it to do, then simply ignore those messages...11:26
VillageOnkelTem, hello,11:26
Tlanwell i fixed some11:26
Tlanwhat is the packages i need to fix the gtk error?11:26
OnkelTemI'd like to disable swap and instead setup some watcher which would warn me if my PC is running out of RAM. Ideas?11:26
OnkelTemI hate when this thing swapping11:27
badbodhTlan, like ak2766 said. if steam client runs, you can safely ignore them.11:27
Tlando you know what they mean11:27
badbodhif it doesn't run, or crashes then you got problem11:27
ak2766Tlan: the nss error has to do with how the system processes things like username lookups, dns resolution, etc. the system will default to other means if nss is not found - hence that error...11:27
OnkelTemThe problem - is how to measure that RAM is over, knowing that it is also used for file cache11:27
VillageOerHeks, Ben42, i have now new vps ubuntu 14.04 (64-bit) and i want ask what i need do, that it be ready to work, do i need instal some like "sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall" and "sudo apt-get install cvs subversion git-core mercurial"?11:28
Tlanwhat about sandbox?>11:28
MonkeyDustVillage  what do you want to do with your ubuntu? development?11:28
badbodhTlan, join #steamlug to know exact details of steam-client. not sure folks here will know much. we mostly deal with ubuntu-specific issues. (right?)11:29
VillageMonkeyDust, if really i want install aceproxy, if explane then "sudo apt-get install python-gevent python-psutil git vlc"11:30
Tlani have those gtk packages installed11:30
Villagelet me try it:)11:30
MonkeyDust!find aceproxy11:30
ubottuPackage/file aceproxy does not exist in vivid11:30
MonkeyDust!find aceproxy trusty11:30
ubottuPackage/file aceproxy does not exist in trusty11:30
VillageMonkeyDust, what i need install that sudo works and Ubuntu be ready to work, because now - -bash: sudo: command not found :(11:32
minimecOnkelTem: As an alternative, I would consider 'zram-config'. This will create some virtual swap space in your ram... (faster than swapping on your HD). -> 'sudo apt-get install zram-config' Don't forget to '#' comment out the swap line in /etc/fstab11:32
Tlando i need to link ubuntu files to steam?11:32
Villageand MonkeyDust, don't worry i have tutorial11:32
VillageBut now sudo dosnt work:/11:32
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OnkelTemminimec: didn't hear about that, thanks I'll give it a try11:33
MonkeyDustVillage  after you installed ubuntu, it's ready to work, ok, you can then install more programs that you need... but we cannot know what you need11:33
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MonkeyDustVillage  try su to switch user... then     apt-get install sudo11:33
VillageMonkeyDust, i don't think that it's ready to work because sudo don't works and i think i need install this - "sudo apt-get install build-essential checkinstall" and "sudo apt-get install cvs subversion git-core mercurial" that it's really be ready to work, or i don't need?11:35
MonkeyDustVillage  sudo should be installed by default... it looks like you have to install sudo... that's why I said: su to switch user, then   apt-get install sudo11:36
Villagemaybe at tahen 14.04 don't need sudo, because it's works without it just apt-get, but now i faced with error:/ - apt-get install python-gevent python-psutil git vlc ***and error is - E: Unable to locate package python-gevent11:37
OnkelTemminimec: installed, looks good :)11:37
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VillageMonkeyDust, i think i don't need sudo more:) and i with root why i need changhe user for install sudo?11:38
Villagemaybe apt-get update?11:38
BluesKajHowdy all11:38
minimecOnkelTem: You could even combine zram and zswap (I never went that far)... https://www.netroby.com/view.php?id=363111:38
MonkeyDustVillage  what makes you think you don't need sudo anymore?11:38
MonkeyDustVillage  i told you twice what to do, to install sudo   (sudo itself is a program)11:39
Villagebecause it works without sudo "apt-get ..." not needed "sudo apt-get ..."11:39
OnkelTemminimec: ah, just realized that I should started with vm.swappiness! It is set to default 60, while the value of 0 is probably the only thing I really need11:39
OnkelTemminimec: I have 16GB of RAM11:39
DzAirmaXhi guyz11:39
MonkeyDustVillage  you lost me, i'm not following what you are doing11:40
VillageMonkeyDust, thanks for your patence11:40
minimecOnkelTem: I see... ;)11:40
DzAirmaXdoes someone ever had this type of "ERROR  unsupported pickle protocol: 4" ?11:41
frejussalut les gars11:41
minimecfrejus: tchô11:42
frejuscomment te porte tu !11:42
minimecfrejus: pas mal, merci. Si tu veux continuer a 'chatter en francais, va voir #ubuntu-fr . Ici c'est un chat anglais.11:45
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frejus_miminec salvation that is how11:50
minimecfrejus: --> /join #ubuntu-fr11:51
frejuson which you chach GNU Linux distribution11:52
minimecfrejus: '/join' should work with all chat software. I am using 'irssi' on ubuntu 14.04...11:53
djcomidiif i make a logger statement in a bash script, where can i view that log-message ?11:54
frejusme on xubuntu 1511:55
EriC^^djcomidi: /var/log/syslog12:01
djcomidiEriC^^: nope, that doesn't contain my log message12:04
EriC^^you're running logger <msg> in the script?12:04
PhoenixSTFProbably somone already asked this but upgrading from 14.04.2 to 14.04.3 with instrunction from, does not work and has confilts and unmet dependencies.12:05
EriC^^PhoenixSTF: try sudo apt-get -f install12:05
PhoenixSTF*instructions from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack,12:05
mancomunadoI deleted a simple file and prompted a warning if I wanted to make hardware be forgotten by the system. Three devices were grey on the list. The music was still playing, but when the track finished all the sounds now aren't working. How do I reinstall it?12:06
PhoenixSTFEriC^^: http://pastebin.com/WFu852HE12:06
MonkeyDustmancomunado  what simple file?12:07
djcomidiEriC^^: yes i'm using "logger mymessge" in the script12:07
EriC^^PhoenixSTF: did you try apt-get -f install?12:07
mancomunadomonkeydust a restored file by photorec, it was suppose to clean all other files that weren't .txt12:08
PhoenixSTFI think that maybe instructions on the LTSEnablementStack are wrong and may  need a check12:08
PhoenixSTFEriC^^: Yes I did, it wont even install the packages so there is nothing to fix12:09
EriC^^PhoenixSTF: try just sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-ati-lts-vivid12:13
EriC^^and paste what it says12:13
PhoenixSTFEriC^^: http://pastebin.com/gJqMSYYk12:14
minimecPhoenixSTF: So the libcheese* errors have to do with steam. You can probably resolv that with this "sudo apt-get install libc6:i386 libgl1-mesa-dri-lts-utopic:i386 libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-utopic:i38612:19
minimecPhoenixSTF: see here... http://askubuntu.com/questions/590331/cannot-use-steam-after-upgrade-trusty-14-04-1-to-the-14-04-2-hwe and here https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mesa/+bug/142426312:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1424263 in steam (Ubuntu) "Broken dependencies" [Undecided,Confirmed]12:19
PhoenixSTFminimec: roger that, also have another system with fglrx, no steam but same issue12:19
djcomidiin ubuntu vivid 15.04, how to retrieve the log messages made by my custom script (using: logger "my message") ?12:23
EriC^^djcomidi: type journalctl12:26
EriC^^are they there?12:26
djcomidino i can't find the messages there12:26
EriC^^did you scroll to the bottom?12:27
EriC^^(by pressing G)12:27
Matt_tenihello everyone. my computer takes a long time to suspend now. like it turns off the screen and everything but takes a while to full suspend.12:27
Matt_tenianyone know what might be going on?12:27
Matt_tenigoing to google right now12:27
EriC^^Matt_teni: try to suspend, then type dmesg after you the pc turns on again12:28
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djcomidiEriC^^: yes i did a search for my message, not found12:28
Guest27235primeira vez que entro aqui12:28
Guest27235alguem sabe dizer como acessar um canal do brasil12:29
frejussalut andreas33 cc12:29
frejuswai minimec je suis de retour tu disais12:29
mlvmhnnew version of Ubuntu called 14.04.03 LTS .how do i update??12:30
EriC^^mlvmhn: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:30
mlvmhncool, what is the main news?12:30
minimec!br | Guest2723512:30
ubottuGuest27235: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br " sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigada.12:30
minimecfrejus: rien de special...12:31
damaltorhey everybody. i have a problem with bluetooth on my thinkpad t400. bluetooth is in fact working, but bluedevil still says there is no adapter found. if i use hcitool, i can see the adapter and scan for othe devices etc, still bluedevil and the systray icon cant find the adapter... wat do? :)12:32
frejusok t'es dans kel pays12:32
Matt_teniEriC^^, alright. what should I be looking for? show I run it in the cnt+alt+f1 terminal or login and then on terminal?12:33
EriC^^Matt_teni: any terminal will do12:33
Matt_tenitesting it now12:33
frejusminimec t'es dans kel pays12:33
mlvmhnjust ran the terminal command for updating my system to the latest 14.04.03 LTS version. what do i do now?12:34
minimecfrejus: My location: Earth!12:35
gott3rfunk3n83What command to update from 14.02 to the latest12:36
EriC^^gott3rfunk3n83: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:36
cfhowlettgott3rfunk3n83, sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:36
gott3rfunk3n83What shld i type on terminal?12:36
Matt_tenihey EriC^^ i did it just now. what should i look for in the dmesg?12:37
gott3rfunk3n83Ok thnx a lot12:37
EriC^^Matt_teni: anything that seems relevant after the suspend part12:37
Matt_teniis there a way to export dmesg to text file? or should i copy paste from the very start of it? EriC^^12:38
EriC^^Matt_teni: type dmesg | nc termbin.com 999912:38
Matt_tenithere are many 'suspend; instances12:38
Matt_tenicool trick EriC^^ ;) http://termbin.com/l3qz12:39
BBLLCCis that how you say hi in this channel?12:42
cfhowlettBBLLCC, don't bother.  just state your issue12:42
frejusmatt cc12:44
damaltorhey everybody. i have a problem with bluetooth on my thinkpad t400. bluetooth is in fact working, but bluedevil still says there is no adapter found. if i use hcitool, i can see the adapter and scan for othe devices etc, still bluedevil and the systray icon cant find the adapter... wat do? :)12:45
PanVHowdy! How can I delete a packet?12:51
cfhowlettPanV, depends.  what packet and how did it install?12:52
PanVflashplugin-installer - pre-installed12:52
cfhowlettPanV, sudo apt-get purge PackageNameHere12:52
PanVThanks :D12:52
PanV(It causes system errors..)12:53
cfhowlettPanV, sudo apt-get purge PackageNameHere | nc termbin.com 9999            and paste the url12:53
PanVErm.. what ias the difference?12:54
PanVWhen I said "it" I meant flashplugin-installer12:54
PanVSorry ;/12:54
nullbyte_how to boot ubuntu 15.04 to basic graphic driver display druring installation12:57
nullbyte_like 14.04 lts12:58
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VillageI faced with problem: when i try run VLC at Ubuntu 14.04 - "vlc -I telnet --telnet-password admin" i got errors - http://pastebin.com/cQ3r6KT3 Please help me Guys13:03
misho_Why can't i choose to use HTML5 instead Adobe Flash Player in any website not only in YouTube?13:04
cfhowlettmisho_, not all sites support html5.13:05
misho_i know that...but Flash is heavy13:06
bekksmisho_: And still not all sites support HTML5.13:06
Tlanfirefox only does 720 in html 513:06
cfhowlettmisho_, complain to the sites.  not an ubuntu issue13:06
VillageMonkeyDust, Ben64, OerHeks, maybe you guys know whats can be? - when i try run VLC at Ubuntu 14.04 - "vlc -I telnet --telnet-password admin" i got errors - http://pastebin.com/cQ3r6KT3 Help Guys please13:09
bekkstelnet? Whatever you are doing there, dont.13:09
kokutanyone knows if renice through htop actually does anything?13:09
monkwitdafunkdoes anybody think its worth it to spend 500 on a brand new computer or 300 on a smartphone? i can build my own pc desktops13:10
cfhowlett!ot | monkwitdafunk,13:11
ubottumonkwitdafunk,: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!13:11
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Thats a good question for ##hardware, unrelated to Ubuntu.13:11
kokutmonkwitdafunk: its never worth it to spend money on things you don't need13:11
Villagebekks, i want run aceproxy, and first i need run VLC, but when i try it i got that errors:/ Whats can be wrong bekks no ideas?13:11
bekksVillage: Whatever includes telnet is wrong by design.13:11
Villageit's all good i run command "vlc -I telnet --telnet-password admin" and must works, but why no?13:12
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Villagevlc errors:(13:12
bekksVillage: So pastebin the output.13:12
Villagei was;) http://pastebin.com/cQ3r6KT313:13
ASKYwhat does 24 in the network range mean like " " .?13:14
bekksASKY: It is the CIDR representation of the subnet mask.13:14
ASKY <bekks> CIDR  stands for  Classless Interdomain Routing  " right13:17
monkwitdafunkwhich iperf is ubuntu 14.04 trusty running?13:18
bekks!info iperf13:18
ubottuiperf (source: iperf): Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.5+dfsg1-2 (vivid), package size 49 kB, installed size 175 kB13:18
bekks!info iperf precise13:18
ubottuiperf (source: iperf): Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.5-2.1 (precise), package size 52 kB, installed size 165 kB13:18
undisclosedASKY, you need to read about subnetting13:18
bekksASKY: Start here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IP_address13:18
monkwitdafunkversion 3 is out13:19
bekksmonkwitdafunk: And? :)13:20
Villagebekks, no idea what my problem can be?13:20
monkwitdafunki want to stress test ethernet at 2000 mb per second. i have a pile of old cables people didnt want13:20
bekksVillage: Whatever involves telnet is nothing I will put my hands on. Telnet should be extincted with fire.13:20
cfhowlettmonkwitdafunk, again and still: wrong channel!!! go to !hardware13:21
bekksmonkwitdafunk: So why doesnt version 2.0.5 suffice then?13:21
Villagebekks, it's ok with telnet it's don't must be very secure, but errors why?13:21
monkwitdafunkthats what i want to do before i get back on the internet at my own home13:21
bekksVillage: Everything involving telnet is not ok.13:21
ActionParsnipmonkwitdafunk: what is in the new version that you need so badly?13:23
monkwitdafunki forget. i havent looked it up for a while13:24
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Then you dont need > 2.0.5 that badly.13:24
ActionParsnipmonkwitdafunk: I'd put money on the version in the repository will do what you need13:25
monkwitdafunki cant wait until i get my pair of dual port gigabit nics13:25
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Does your switch support GbE too?13:25
monkwitdafunkno, i dont plan on using a switch, just open source operating systems13:25
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Which is totally unrelated.13:26
monkwitdafunkyes a switch but i forget the name of it in my book which i havent read for a few months13:26
bekksmonkwitdafunk: If you want to connect more than two devices using GbE, you need a switch. But you'll be told the same in ##hardware.13:26
monkwitdafunktell me about the ubuntu oem's. can i pay by canadian visa debit?13:28
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Ask the OEM.13:29
monkwitdafunkare there any big time sellers i can buy a uefi based system with ubuntu os13:30
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Ask the big sellers.13:30
Villagebekks, why not ok? Not secure?13:30
bekksVillage: telnbet is horribly insecure.13:30
bekksVillage: telnet even.13:31
Villagei don't need secure, i need waht iptv via http13:31
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bekksVillage: Then you dont need telnet either. You need http then.13:32
monkwitdafunkwhat more do i need after installing ubuntu server to use the operating system as a router?13:32
BluesKajmonkwitdafunk:  checkout system 76 machines, not real big sellers as you call them , but their support is very good from all reports13:32
bekks!router | monkwitdafunk13:32
Villagebekks, i need aceproxy - ace to http13:33
MonkeyDustmonkwitdafunk  there's also #ubuntu-server13:33
monkwitdafunkis the routers operating system based on the gnu linux kernel?13:33
bekksmonkwitdafunk: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Router13:33
bekksVillage: But you still dont need telnet.13:33
bekksmonkwitdafunk: Which "routers operating system"?13:33
Villagebekks, at tutorial says that i need run it:/13:34
monkwitdafunki want a router that uses the gnu linux kernel 3 series13:34
yorwosdoes any1 happen to know the difference between 'flashplugin-installer' installed from ubuntu soft.center and 'adobe-flashplugin' from get.adobe.com ?13:34
bekksVillage: Then throw away that tutorial. You dont need telnet for anything.13:34
bekksmonkwitdafunk: So Ask the router manufacturers what they are using.13:35
bekksmonkwitdafunk: It has absolutely nothing to do with what is covered by this channel, as you have been told multiple times already.13:35
Villagehm, bekks, i don't know how run without telnet13:35
Villageand or it be ok13:35
yorwosaw got it in google , sry :)13:36
monkwitdafunki got what i need to get ubuntu running as a router13:36
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aa_how release a closed-wait port without killing a process13:40
gianpy/msg QrZ|SERIETV-ITA|01 xdcc send #55213:41
tonytxdcc bots on freenode?13:41
cfhowlettgianpy, bot abuse is a quick and easy way to earn a ban.  cease your nonsense now.13:42
aa_hey guys how release a closed-wait port without killing a process?13:42
DamnsungHi, does anybody here have a Samsung NP700Z7CH laptop?13:42
bekksDamnsung: What if someone does?13:43
DamnsungI have a question regarding the bios13:43
Damnsungafter installing ubuntu13:43
bekks!ask | Damnsung13:43
ubottuDamnsung: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience13:43
DamnsungI can't access my Samsung (NP700Z7CH-S01) laptop's BIOS settings or boot from USB anymore after installing Ubuntu. I've read something about the possibility of the BIOS getting corrupted with Ubuntu install? Anybody had this problem?13:45
ActionParsnipDamnsung: to modify the bios takes special software. Changing the content of your hdd won't do that13:47
undisclosedDamnsung, can you access the bios with the hdd/ssd disconnected13:48
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DamnsungI don't want to open up my laptop again because it's such a chore to do thanks to Samsung's annoying design. I was hoping to fix things without doing that.13:49
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bekksDamnsung: You dont need to. Ubuntu doesnt change your BIOS.13:49
undisclosedso what happens when you press the key to access the bios13:49
DamnsungI understood that it might be Samsung's design fault concercing the BIOS.13:50
undisclosedDamnsung, restart the machine and mash the F1, F2 and Delete keys (at different intervals)13:51
undisclosedwhat is the bios key on a samsung lappy13:51
Damnsungmash them at different intervals?13:52
undisclosedas in, not all at the same time13:52
bekksAnd look into the manual before to find out which key needs to be pressed exactly.13:52
Damnsungi can now only access cd/dvd through f313:52
Damnsungis it common that kind of combination could work?13:53
bekksDamnsung: It is a single key.13:53
bekksDamnsung: Which one exactly differs.13:53
minimecDamnsung: Also try ESC or F10 --> http://superuser.com/questions/656956/i-can-t-access-the-bios-setup-using-f2-key-on-samsung-np270e5v-laptop13:54
DamnsungI tried f10 back when i still had windows 7 on this but it always exited the boot list before I could do anything13:55
ActionParsnipDamnsung: does F11 not give a boot menu? If you hammer F1 and DEL at boot, do you not get the BIOS screen?13:55
undisclosedDamnsung, i have to ask, what are you expecting to do in the bios13:55
DamnsungWell, I was hoping to edit the boot order because it seems to ignore the USB completely13:57
DamnsungAnd I'm also kinda worried how can things change like this only because of installing an OS13:57
DamnsungF2 worked perfectly before this13:57
c0mrad3how can I access mac partition in ubuntu13:58
minimecDamnsung: Could it be that windows7 was installed the 'UEFI-way', and your Ubuntu installation was done in BIOS legacy mode?13:58
bekksminimec: Could be Windows 8 and fastboot too.13:59
DamnsungI don't know. I'm not that much of an expert when it comes to BIOS, uefi...14:00
ioriaDamnsung, sudo parted -l   will display the pt14:01
DamnsungI'm just kinda worried because the advice I've reading have been along the lines of reflashing your BIOS... :S14:01
brabbitHow to install KDE Plasma 5 on Ubuntu 14.04LTS?14:02
tiktaktoeHello everyone. I am new to irc .and i am in little trouble .. i want to install ubuntu touch on my moto g14:02
tiktaktoebut its show error Device falcon not found on server https://system-image.ubuntu.com channel ubuntu-touch/stable/ubuntu14:03
DamnsungI guess I'll go play around with different keys in the BIOS then14:03
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tiktaktoeplease help me out with ubuntu touch installation .. showing error14:05
ubottuInformation about the Ubuntu Touch platform for Phone and Tablet is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch . Support and discussion in #ubuntu-touch14:05
kadirohi all14:11
hyponicCan i route traffic from a client to a server through another server? i have client A (mine), Server B (mine), destination server C (not mine). I want to connect to server C from client A through server B. is that possible without installing new software on B? both A and B are Ubuntu 14.0414:12
bujjiACCEPT     all  --  anywhere             edge-star-shv-09-frc1.facebook.com  ??14:12
Guest21757darkxploit - are all three servers on the same IP subnet?14:17
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bujjiufw o/p14:26
bujjiACCEPT     all  --  anywhere             edge-star-shv-09-frc1.facebook.com what does this mean14:26
kadirobujji: what's the problem?14:27
bujjikadiro: when i type iptables --list ( i got that o/p)14:29
kadirobujji: in mine when typing the same command: modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'ip_tables': Operation not permitted14:30
kadiroiptables v1.4.21: can't initialize iptables table `filter': Table does not exist (do you need to insmod?)14:30
kadiroPerhaps iptables or your kernel needs to be upgraded.14:30
kadiroChain INPUT (policy ACCEPT)14:31
kadirotarget     prot opt source               destination14:31
kadiroChain FORWARD (policy ACCEPT)14:31
kadirotarget     prot opt source               destination14:31
kadiroChain OUTPUT (policy ACCEPT)14:31
kadirotarget     prot opt source               destination14:31
bujjiiam getting ufw o/p aswell14:32
kadirobujji: no idea for the first command14:33
bujjikadiro: sudo iptables --list14:34
kadiroyes bujji i do that that give me the 3 line above14:34
kadiroChain INPUT (policy ACCEPT) and target     prot opt source               destination14:35
bujjikadiro: it gives me more14:35
ubottuUbuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has built-in firewall capabilities. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | GUI frontends such as gufw and ufw-kde also exist. | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo14:35
kadiroah this is for firewall i think14:36
bujjikadiro: i found this in that o/p ? ACCEPT     all  --  anywhere             edge-star-shv-09-frc1.facebook.com14:36
kruxXxwhat for ?14:36
ubuntu972I accidently renamed my C drive and my computer won't boot without reinstalling and wiping my drive. I put Ubuntu next to it, is there a way to change the drive back to C?14:37
kruxXxbujji: when you do iptables -L it lists your rules14:37
kadirobujji: be carefull when trying something in firewall especially in linux ( hard to understand it )14:37
kruxXxand what you see is a facebook address14:38
bujjikadiro: yes that is (Chain ufw-user-input (1 references))14:38
bujjikruxXx: yes14:38
kruxXxiptables -L --line-numbers << will enumarate each rule14:40
Mathisenanyway to force a user to change the password on the next login ?14:41
che22I love ubuntu :p14:42
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TzunamiiMathisen: chage -d 0     for instance14:43
MathisenTzunamii, thx14:43
LtLMathisen: yes, read the man page for passwd, look at -expire14:43
MathisenLtL, thx :)14:44
bujjikruxXx: https://bpaste.net/show/d40c28d6bfa8 this is my o/p14:45
bujjikruxXx: o/14:47
tony_Hello everyone, I was wondering if anyone else has had the white screen of death when upgrading to 15.04?14:47
chebithello guys, I have a warning on gparted - The driver descriptor says the physical block size is 2048 bytes, but Linux says it is 512 bytes.14:47
kruxXxwhat about it ?.. are you wanting to remove that rule ?14:48
zippo^Can I change a theme in Xubuntu?14:48
bujjikruxXx: about this rule(ACCEPT     all  --  anywhere             edge-star-shv-09-frc1.facebook.com)?14:49
kruxXxyeah i know that already.. the question is do you want to remove it ? or what ? you obviously probably visit facebook ? so what is your concern with that ?14:50
bujjiwhy it comes over there?14:50
kadirokruxXx: I think he worry about ( may be ) a hacker14:51
kruxXxso delete it then ?14:53
kruxXxsudo ufw status numbered14:53
kruxXxget the number and type sydo ufw delete <number>14:53
kadirono idea but this will not be a solution if it's a case14:53
kruxXxhighly doubt that to be the case.14:54
bujjikruxXx: o/p([ 1]              ALLOW IN    Anywhere)14:55
ubuntu972ubuntu can be used to fix system files from small errors, right?14:58
EriC^^ubuntu972: what do you mean?14:59
ubuntu972Well, when making room for ubuntu, I think I somehow changed my C drive's name and now windows won't boot at all.14:59
bujjikruxXx: how to remove that15:00
EriC^^ubuntu972: are you in the live usb right now?15:00
EriC^^type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999915:00
kruxXxi showed you15:00
kruxXxsudo ufw status numbered15:00
kruxXxget the number and type sudo ufw delete <number>15:00
ubuntu972I must have missed the message Kruxxx, due to many logout/logins15:00
ubuntu972Also, I don't want to delete the drive15:01
EriC^^ubuntu972: i don't think that msg was for you15:01
bujjikruxXx: thats okey but iam getting long o/p still what are thee rules defined when i type iptables -L15:02
ubuntu972slot 2 is the one I want, my C drive is a 128GB15:02
EriC^^ubuntu972: what did you do in the partitioner15:02
ubuntu972Not much. I haven't actually made any real changes15:03
kruxXxbujji: bujji do the first command and pastebinit ?15:03
bujjikruxXx: https://bpaste.net/show/e15a7a6b6e0415:05
ioriazippo^, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scVH9wx-4MA15:05
zippo^what about , ioria ?15:06
ubuntu972I can see the drive right now showing as a 99gb and it has all my files in it, I just don't want to have to format it.15:06
zippo^I have solved now15:06
ioriazippo^, xubuntu theme15:06
ioriazippo^, ok15:07
zippo^ok, thx15:07
ubuntu972I suppose I could always just try and back it up on my other drive and format it.15:12
ioriaubuntu972, win7, or 8 ?15:12
ubuntu972it's 10, but I have a 7 disk avalible15:13
ubuntu972so it would just be a lot of reinstalling drivers, redownloading things and dealing with settings15:13
ioriaubuntu972, usually solve my mess with the installation media15:13
ubuntu972sadly, because it's 10 I can't just fix it with the disk.15:13
ubuntu972Since it wants me to actually format to repair15:14
ioriaubuntu972, :-(15:14
MonkeyDustbecause it's 10, maybe it's still a bit unstable, hence your problem15:14
ubuntu972I know the partition I want to have the label, but I'm not actually sure if ubuntu can put the label on it15:16
MonkeyDustubuntu972  gparted can do that15:17
ubuntu972MonkeyDust How exactly?15:18
ubuntu972I want the dev/sda2 to be my C drive, since I broke that I think by mistake in windows.15:18
MonkeyDustubuntu972  linux doesnt use letters A B C like windows15:19
ubuntu972I'm aware of that.15:19
MonkeyDustubuntu972  find out what partitions contains windows (NTFS) and label that15:19
kadirore i'm back15:20
MonkeyDustubuntu972  have you tried gparted, in the live session?15:20
bujjikadiro: welcome15:20
kadirowhat's the problem ubuntu972 ?15:20
ubuntu972I'm at gparted now, I'm just not really sure how to use it, as I'm still pretty new to linux everything.15:20
kadirothk's bujji15:20
ubuntu972kadiro, I broke the label in windows and now it thinks my C drive is an F drive15:21
MonkeyDustubuntu972  and you can see the windows partition?15:21
ubuntu972I can see all my files in it, and I know where it is15:21
MonkeyDustubuntu972  is that all, rename a partition from C to F ?15:21
ubuntu972it shows all my files are where they should be, but because windows doesn't read it as a C drive, it has no idea how to boot it or something15:21
MonkeyDustubuntu972  can you boot Windows?15:21
ubuntu972No, windows won't boot.15:22
kadiroubuntu972: i think the latest windows have 2 partitions one about booting and other one for file systems15:22
MonkeyDustubuntu972  and how is ubuntu involved? is that a dual boot?15:22
ubuntu972I'm wanting to dual boot it onto my C drive as well, but it's a live USB atm15:22
azamrodwindows 10 is compabiltity with Ubuntu 12.04?15:22
ubuntu97214.04, and yes and no15:23
MonkeyDustubuntu972  ubuntu is not installed? then i guess you should ask in ##windows15:23
compdoccompabiltity is what way?15:23
ubuntu972it reads windows 10 as windows 715:23
kadirohi backbox15:23
compdocin what way15:23
ubuntu972alright, thanks.15:23
kadiroubuntu972: try fixing mbr15:23
backboxhi kadiro15:24
ubuntu972what's mbr?15:24
ioriaubuntu972, master boot record15:24
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ubuntu972I have no idea what that is.15:25
ioriaubuntu972, the first sector of the disk15:25
kadiroubuntu972: look here : http://forums.techdiscussion.in/showthread.php/4421-How-to-fix-MBR-issues-on-Windows-10-Technical-Preview-Installation-Solved15:25
zippo^Stop Ubuntu support with Ubuntu One?15:25
ioriaubuntu972, where the bios picks up the od loader15:25
LtLubuntu972: the command is 'fixmbr' iirc. you might want to read up on it prir to using it15:26
basiclaserIs there an alternative to the 'Startup Disk Creator' which works with OS' other than ubuntu15:26
ubuntu972I'll check that now. thanks15:26
EriC^^basiclaser: unetbootin15:26
kadiroyou welcome ubuntu97215:26
basiclaseroh yeh tanks EriC^^15:27
kadirobasiclaser: unetbootin is not bad15:27
MonkeyDustbasiclaser  multisystem, for multiple os'es on the same usb15:28
basiclaserkadiro: would you suggest anything else15:28
basiclaseroooh nice MonkeyDust15:28
xrealI'm using ssh from <client> to connect to <server1> in <server1> I'm running <server2>. On <server2> there's running a webserver on port 8888. Can I tunnel it to the client, connecting to server1? Can't I run this in <server1>? ssh -L 8888: <server2> and this on the client? ssh -L 8888: <server1>15:28
MonkeyDustbasiclaser  http://www.pendrivelinux.com/multiboot-create-a-multiboot-usb-from-linux/15:28
zippo^ioria, does Ubuntu stop to support with the Ubuntu One?15:29
MonkeyDustzippo^  yes, it has stopped a few years ago15:29
zippo^why, MonkeyDust ?15:29
ioriazippo^   guess so ...15:29
MonkeyDustzippo^  becauqse it wasnt succesful, i guess15:29
zippo^Oh, I see15:30
gott3rfunk3n83Hello. I want to install ubuntu on a hidden partition usb pendrive, can anyone point me to the right direction?15:30
MonkeyDustgott3rfunk3n83  a hidden partition?15:31
gott3rfunk3n83Yep. A partition where you cannot be mounted on windows15:31
EriC^^you cant mount ext anyways without the proper drivers15:32
kro2488I tried linux mint on my laptop last night, going back to ubuntu mate, love it so much better just wanted to see what everyone raves about15:32
EriC^^and if the drivers were installed, you could always use diskpart to mount it even if it had the "hidden" flag15:32
gott3rfunk3n83Yep the problem is that when you plug usb on windows it auto asks to format drive15:33
zippo^Do you use "mouse" or "touchpad"?15:33
gott3rfunk3n83My bro clicked it then poof all my stuff in ubuntu gone in 60 seconds15:33
EriC^^well create a tiny fat32 partition so it doesn't think it is empty15:33
EriC^^and b..... slap your bro15:34
gott3rfunk3n83Yeah he pretty beat up now15:35
EriC^^you can recover everything btw15:35
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EriC^^sudo apt-get install testdisk, then sudo testdisk and get back the old partition table15:35
gott3rfunk3n83Photo rec?15:35
gott3rfunk3n83Didnt know that15:36
EriC^^no problem15:37
backboxcan someone tell me where i find backbox cookbook15:39
cfhowlett!backbox | backbox,15:39
ubottubackbox,: Backbox Linux is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu and is thus not supported in #ubuntu. Please use #backbox on irc.autistici.org or https://forum.backbox.org/ for help with it.15:39
MonkeyDustbackbox  you're in the wrong channel15:40
backboxcan you tell me the right channel i will be glad15:40
zippo^what is backbook?15:40
cfhowlettbackbox > backbox15:40
cfhowlett!backbox > backbox15:41
ubottubackbox, please see my private message15:41
xrealanyone with an idea?15:43
cfhowlettxreal, about?15:44
xrealcfhowlett:  I'm using ssh from <client> to connect to <server1> in <server1> I'm running <server2>. On <server2> there's running a webserver on port 8888. Can I tunnel it to the client, connecting to server1? Can't I run this in <server1>? ssh -L 8888: <server2> and this on the client? ssh -L 8888: <server1>15:44
cfhowlettxreal, perhaps asked in #ubuntu-server15:44
ioriaxreal you mean ssh forwarding ?15:44
xrealioria: double forwarding :)15:44
ioriaxreal maybe this could help https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/PortForwarding15:45
xrealioria: none of the websites does double forwarding, only single :-(15:45
backboxmonkydust  am waiting for your privte message15:45
ioriaxreal oh...15:45
cfhowlettbackbox, go to #backbox and ask them15:45
backboxaha thanks man15:46
rjaguar3My wired ethernet connection has been saying it's unplugged even though it's plugged in.  What's going wrong?15:46
ioriarjaguar3, check the modem/router  side ...15:54
rjaguar3I'm plugged directly into an ethernet outlet in my apartment; there is no router.15:55
ioriarjaguar3, can you post ifconfig ?15:56
ioriarjaguar3, are using wifi at the moment ?15:57
ioriarjaguar3, the interface eh0 it's not configured ...  can you post route ?15:59
rjaguar3ioria: what do you mean by "post route"?15:59
ioriarjaguar3, the output of the command 'route'16:00
rjaguar3ioria: http://pastebin.com/Fxe2Pzhr16:00
ioriarjaguar3, this you gateway  ... you can try to configure eth0 in 'Edit Connection' , right click on the right upper icon16:02
rjaguar3ioria: I have the "Editing Wired Connection 1" window open.16:03
ioriarjaguar3, manual or automatic ?16:04
rjaguar3ioria: In the Ethernet tab, I have MTU: automatic bytes; is this what you wanted to know?16:04
rjaguar3ioria: In IPv4 settings, I have Method: Automatic (DHCP)16:05
ioriarjaguar3, ok ... try manual16:06
rjaguar3ioria: I set IPv4 method to manual, but I cannot save the connection.16:06
ioriarjaguar3, assign an ip, netmask and the gateway  ... and dns16:06
rjaguar3ioria: Sorry, I'm not familiar with how to do that.16:07
ioriarjaguar3, sudo ifup eth0 ?16:07
jamesdrawneekHi, I'm trying to find where Ubuntu has installed jpegoptim? Can anyone point me in the right direction? Very new to Ubuntu16:07
bimbociao a tutti16:07
ubottubimbo: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».16:07
rjaguar3ioria: I get the message "Ignoring unknown interface eth0=eth0"16:07
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ioriarjaguar3, ok,  try again o save the settings16:08
BluesKajan appropriate nick , bimbo16:08
lasersbimbo: You want !torrents16:08
rjaguar3ioria: the save button was still disabled.16:08
ioriarjaguar3, did you fill all the fields ?16:09
rjaguar3ioria: I have no idea what to fill the fields with.16:10
Andre483hi, im using the google authentication pam in ssh but I dont understand how I am supposed to use the scratch codes?16:12
ioriarjaguar3, where is your AP ?16:12
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rjaguar3ioria: what do you mean by "AP"?16:12
ioriarjaguar3, from where are you taking access to internet with wifi ?16:13
rjaguar3It's from my apartment; the wireless connection works fine (it randomly goes out and I have to reboot sometimes)16:13
ioriarjaguar3, this is your wifi ip ... can you ping ?16:15
rjaguar3ioria: Yes, ping works.16:15
ioriarjaguar3, in 'Edit Connections' you have to specify your eth0 ip... if your wifi-ip is, you can try with
rjaguar3ioria: Thank you for your help, but I think I will contact technical support to fix this.16:17
ioriarjaguar3, ok, np16:18
anonymous_i have a quesiton about linux16:23
anonymous_especially about hashes16:23
anonymous_can anyone16:23
cfhowlett!ask | anonymous_16:24
ubottuanonymous_: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience16:24
anonymous_ok then16:24
anonymous_i was wondering if has anyone already cracked the WPA2 encryption16:24
anonymous_or if it is possible to crack a WPA2 handshake without brute force16:25
anonymous_what is tat16:25
gott3rfunk3n83Try it type  in your google search linset16:26
anonymous_does anyone know how that tool works?16:26
cfhowlettanonymous_, this is not the channel for hacking.  ask elsewhere16:26
gott3rfunk3n83Wpa2 without bruteforcing or dictionary16:26
anonymous_hmmm but dictionary is still kind of brute force16:27
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!16:27
anonymous_try it until it works16:27
gott3rfunk3n83Or download wifislax.16:27
EriC^^anonymous_: it supposedly knocks the person off his ap, uses your pc as a fake ap, and has him enter the password16:28
gott3rfunk3n83Learn it.16:28
gott3rfunk3n83Nice EriC^^16:28
anonymous_ok then thanks16:28
gott3rfunk3n83What he said, anonymous16:28
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brokonRadiohi i'm very new to linux and probly very dumb question but what are the hot keys for min or max the screen window...16:38
zippo^which classic do you play on Xubuntu?16:40
rparks99brokonRadio: you can use ctrl+super+up/down16:41
rparks99Hold down super (Windows key) for a list of shortcuts16:41
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Guest46219server->join chat16:42
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gunnerknighthi my pc seems to hate ubuntu16:47
gunnerknightit give me nothing but problem16:47
cfhowlett!details | gunnerknight16:47
ubottugunnerknight: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)16:47
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mlvmhnhave someone updated to 14.04.03 lts yet?16:47
gunnerknightno problems but it wont shot grub on shift16:47
cfhowlettmlvmhn, someone has16:48
gunnerknightits like un predictable whne i can get grub to show16:48
gunnerknightsometime it shows someties it does not16:48
mlvmhni have run the update command with terminal, but my system still is 14.04 lts, how do i get further?16:48
gunnerknighti can give you specs on my pc16:49
cfhowlettmlvmhn, exactly what command(s) did you run?16:49
gunnerknightand show you my new pc16:49
gunnerknightsec il show which pc i have16:49
mlvmhnsudo apt -get update or somethink like that. the system ran and downloaded a lot of files but then i returned to the terminal16:49
galeidomlvmhn: run apt-get dist-upgrade16:50
gunnerknightheres it is16:50
multimarkerкто тут?16:50
cfhowlett!ru | multimarker16:50
ubottumultimarker: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.16:50
mlvmhnthat was the command, but what do i do after??16:50
gunnerknightits unpreditable in how it works with ubuntu16:51
cfhowlettmlvmhn, now you're saying you ran that command?16:51
galeidomlvmhn: type cat /etc/lsb-release16:51
cfhowlettmlvmhn, open a terminal: lsb_release -a16:51
galeidoor that16:51
MonkeyDustor cat /etc/issue16:52
gunnerknightanybody can tell me how to best get my ausu pc working with ubuntu16:52
gunnerknightim not sure i understand how to set up the bios16:53
cfhowlett!install | gunnerknight16:53
ubottugunnerknight: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate16:53
mlvmhnsudo add-apt-repository ppa:qbittorrent-team/qbittorrent-stable16:53
galeidogunnerknight: What kind of issues you have?16:53
cfhowlettmlvmhn, ???16:54
mlvmhnoh sorry it says 14.04.03 lts now16:54
gunnerknightthe grub screen wont load16:54
gunnerknighton boot16:54
gunnerknightwith shift16:54
mlvmhnbut why does not "about this computer" tell me the same things as terminal?16:54
gunnerknighti mean it should load with shift16:56
erdalhi guys16:57
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  what's different in "about this computer"?16:57
erdalcabn anyone help me?16:57
mlvmhnit says 14.04 LTS16:57
erdalcan anyone help me?16:57
mlvmhnin terminal it says 14.04.03 lts16:57
cfhowlett!ask | erdal16:57
ubottuerdal: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience16:57
erdalabout graphic card16:57
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  yes, 14.01.3 is the point release, i have it too16:58
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  yes, 14.04.3 is the point release, i have it too16:58
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mlvmhnk, so it is better to run the terminal command rather than the update manager?16:59
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MonkeyDustmlvmhn  no, they do the same, some prefer GUI, others prefer CLI17:00
erdalok i am using paste.ubuntu and it is slow :D17:00
mlvmhnbut i will have to wait for the update longer with the update manager than with the terminal?17:00
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  no, because, as I said, they do the same17:01
erdalmy problem is 2 screen problem17:01
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MonkeyDustmlvmhn  it just looks different17:01
erdalwhen i use only computer monitor there is no problem17:01
mlvmhnk, so what is the main differences between 14.04 and 14.04.03 LTS?17:01
erdalbut when i wanna use lcd tv everything will slow :D17:02
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  there is no difference, .3 is a point release of 14.0417:02
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mlvmhnah, when will the bigger upgrade come then?17:02
erdali use nvidia 304-331-340 drivers17:03
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  14.10 was the bigger upgrade, but it's no longer supported17:03
erdalin linux mint 17.2 and ubuntu mate 15.04 but problem was same.17:03
mlvmhnerdal; i run ubuntu connected to an lcd and it works fine for me. why are u not running Ubuntu?17:03
erdali am using ubuntu mate 15.0517:04
cfhowlettno you're not ...17:04
mlvmhnerdal; have u tried ubuntu 14.04 lts?17:04
mlvmhnoh i mean the next LTS17:04
MonkeyDustmlvmhn  april 201617:05
mlvmhnK lol ;) i will wait then!17:05
Guest43392 ok17:07
zippo^MonkeyDust, does FB Chat work on pidgin too?17:07
Guest43392Laara sz fb17:08
linociscohow to make sure my ubuntu is secure and faster for performance?17:09
cfhowlettlinocisco, keep it updated, stay off those sketchy sites, only use the admin account for admin tasks17:10
techkamarhi der17:10
techkamarhav a small problem with UNITY17:10
cfhowlett!ufw | linocisco and enable firewall17:10
ubottulinocisco and enable firewall: Ubuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has built-in firewall capabilities. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | GUI frontends such as gufw and ufw-kde also exist. | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo17:10
techkamarcan any1 help me17:10
cfhowlett!details | techkamar17:10
ubottutechkamar: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)17:10
stubblefieldi wish i could figure out why i keep losing my ability to display at 136617:11
stubblefieldit happened the other day and basically came back after some rebooting17:11
techkamarubottu , my battery indicator in panel is not updating.....itz always showing 97% left17:11
stubblefieldi can't remember exactly what i did17:11
mlvmhnwhat does: "[Channel] Cannot join channel (+r) - you need to be identified with services" mean?17:12
ipm94hello? my name is Katy Jons. I am big men to this day17:12
cfhowlett!register | mlvmhn17:12
ubottumlvmhn: Information about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode17:12
stubblefieldit means you have to create an account on freenode so the channel bosses can ban you and you can't change ip17:12
stubblefieldbefore you can join17:13
mlvmhnah will do that thx17:13
ipm94my google is very bad17:13
stubblefielddear lord, i need my 1366 resolution back17:15
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cfhowlettstubblefield, you gave no useful details.  next time it happens take notes.17:15
stubblefieldthere's no useful details17:15
stubblefieldlast night i shut down the computer17:16
stubblefieldas it shut down i saw the resolution spontaneously switch to 102417:16
stubblefieldwhen i rebooted, it was showing unknown display again17:16
mlvmhn /msg NickServ VERIFY REGISTER mlvmhn azgcvyyupkwc17:17
linociscohi how to check my ubuntu has security vulnerability ?17:18
mlvmhnwtf, i have registered but can not change the irc channel?!17:19
mlvmhn"Notice] -NickServ- mlvmhn is now registered to xxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com, with the password xxxxxxxxx17:20
julian-delphikimlvmhn, use /join #channel_name17:26
julian-delphikilinocisco, just make sure you have all updates installed.17:26
linociscojulian-delphiki, I dont always have internet. ok. will try17:27
mlvmhncool now i am finally regged!17:27
julian-delphikilinocisco, theres no way other than using up to date software.17:29
ivanx507hi can you help me with a problem?17:33
MonkeyDustivanx507  let's hear it17:34
stubblefieldanyone know how to force ubunto to do 1366x768 ?17:35
ivanx507I have a laptop with ubuntu 14.04.3 and the pc freezes a lot of times17:37
ivanx507especially with the games17:37
SOLIDPIZZAhello, I tried following directions online to fix my power off issue (the computer won't power off when I shutdown on ubuntu 14.04 64 bit), but now it won't boot up!17:40
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, what did you do ?17:44
linociscoThere isn’t a software package called “acroread” in your current software sources17:44
linociscohow to add or where to add by which commands?17:44
steelbrainGuys, is there any working AutoHotKey alternative for ubuntu?17:44
minimecivanx507: if you have access to that machine via ssh you could try to prvoke such a freeze and check if you can access the log files in /var/log. You would know why it freezes and whether it is the Desktop session that freezes or the whole machine. I guess you have some swap space, otherwise your machine might simply run out of memory...17:44
SOLIDPIZZAioria, I had this problem since I installed it and fixed it by adding a ton of nomodset noacpi stuff to the default-GRUB-cmdline options in the grub cfg17:45
SOLIDPIZZAbut I removed it to fix power off which didn't work17:45
SOLIDPIZZAthat's what I did up to this point17:46
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, did you edit grub.cfg ?17:46
SOLIDPIZZAioria, yes of course17:46
bujjihow ca i change my mac address17:47
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, you can spoof it but you can't change it17:47
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, grub.cfg  # DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE17:47
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, that address is soldered straight onto the card itself17:47
SOLIDPIZZAhence the alternative name "physical address"17:48
SOLIDPIZZAioria, oh, wait let me check if that's the file I edited17:48
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: if so how can i spoof17:48
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, I think there is a package called macchanger, don't lose your original address though.17:49
ivanx507minimec how i can do that :| ?17:49
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, check /etc/default/grub ... if there's something weird17:49
bujjisloantothebone: hi17:49
MonkeyDustbujji  why do you want to change your mc address?17:49
ivanx507I never used SSH17:49
SOLIDPIZZAioria, that's the file I changed actually not grub.cfg17:50
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, ok17:50
SOLIDPIZZAlet me try to get a 12.04 usb booted to take a look at it again17:50
SOLIDPIZZAmaybe if I switch it back then at least it will turn on again17:50
bujjito know that17:50
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, so now the kernel line is reset to default ?17:51
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, for educational purposes?17:51
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: yes though17:51
SOLIDPIZZAioria, do you know? is it shift to access grub at boot?17:53
minimecivanx507: well first you can check if you have some messages in /var/log/kern-crash.log or /var/log/Xorg.1.log after a reboot. you can use any text editor for that.17:54
minimecivanx507: with ssh running you could login to that computer from another machine anc d try to access these log files right after the 'freeze' happened.17:55
zippo^what is openCL?17:56
zippo^I saw LO17:56
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, yes17:56
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, sometimes you have to be a bit persistent17:57
ivanx507I will try , i have a netbook with xubuntu17:57
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minimecivanx507: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSystemCrash17:59
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: how can i assign new mac addr(macchanger -m '---' wlan018:00
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SOLIDPIZZAbujji, read the manual page use man macchanger18:01
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: if i change can i get it back original18:02
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, I don't know.18:02
SOLIDPIZZAyes, it doens't actually change it, so it will change back18:03
SOLIDPIZZAit spoofs it18:03
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: do i need to follow specific format to change iit18:04
NGC3982Hi guys. Have you used the Subbot (from GitHub) as a Reddit Announcer Bot. I can't for the life of me understand what i'm doing wrong with my config. I can't get it to auth properly, and i can't add a subreddit. This is my config: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12041260/ and this is my error message upon adding subreddit: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12041276/18:05
SOLIDPIZZAyes, it needs to be a valid hexadecimal address.18:06
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: any info on that ?18:07
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, hexadecimal means it uses 0-9 and A-F. the address consists of eight, two didgit hexadecimal numbers18:07
SOLIDPIZZAseparated by colons18:07
SOLIDPIZZAfor instance, FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF18:07
khearhi, when installing the proprietary nvidia display drivers on 14.04, what is the difference between "version 346.82 from nvidia-346" and "version 346.82 from nvidia-346-updates"? i'd like to get the latest one available, but they both have the same version number18:08
SOLIDPIZZAI believe that is the broadcast mac address however, idk what would happen if you change to that18:08
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: let me try n come18:09
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, in case you're interested, the first four are the device manufacturer id, and the last four are the unique device identifier18:14
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bujjiSOLIDPIZZA:I GOT THAT(macchanger -l)18:16
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SOLIDPIZZAbujji, do you mean to say that it worked?18:16
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stubblefieldanyone know how to force ubunto to do 1366x768 ?18:17
SOLIDPIZZAI don't have my linux box up yet :/ so I can't try this out for myself18:17
stubblefieldi tried doing xrand addmode etc and i got 'invalid format' from the monitor18:17
SOLIDPIZZAstubblefield, look in the proprietary drivers program for graphics drivers18:17
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: no,it's saying device is busy18:17
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, you may need to take it down first18:18
stubblefieldwhat program is that ?18:18
SOLIDPIZZAstubblefield, open the ubuntu search and search for drivers18:18
stubblefieldunder system settings or what18:18
SOLIDPIZZAthink so18:18
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, do you know how to take the interface down and back up?18:19
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: yes,18:19
stubblefieldall i'm able to do is check or uncheck that18:19
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: macchanger etho up ??18:20
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, you can use ifconfig18:20
alpha232I'm trying to recover data from a USB drive but due to read errors on the disk I keep getting    usb 2-1.7: reset high-speed USB device number 4 using ehci_hcd    and  Result: hostbyte=DID_ABORT driverbyte=DRIVER_OK ...   This delay is causing the recover to take forever.   Is there a way to shorten the read error timeout for usb drives, so it can fail faster?18:20
SOLIDPIZZAbujji, wlan0 or eth0 whichever you're using I have no idea :p18:20
bujjiSOLIDPIZZA: wlan0 ))18:21
SOLIDPIZZAoh I can use a bootable live dvd instead of a usb18:21
SOLIDPIZZAkernel panic :/ why me18:23
the_countHello, I have a question, somehow, I think it was because an update was canceled, anyways, I cannot install any new packages or update linux, I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and anytime I try to install something new, I recieve this error: dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting:  files list file for package 'linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic' is missing final newline E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)18:25
Gallomimiauh, something like sudo dpkg -f install ??18:26
bujji_SOLIDPIZZA: macchanger -m "----" wlan0  fine18:26
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SOLIDPIZZAthe_count, I would advise you to start backing up your data to prepare for a reinstall. but there could be a different solution18:26
the_countdpkg-deb: error: failed to read archive `install': No such file or directory18:26
Gallomimiathe_count: you should always have your data good and backed up18:26
Gallomimiathe command i told you is wrong don't do it18:27
the_countThe os still works, just cant install or update anyhting18:27
Gallomimiano really there's an easy way to get it to resume stuff18:27
SOLIDPIZZAbujji_, I don't understand what you're trying to tell me lol18:27
Gallomimiai've had that problem before. i just forgot what this channel told me to do and it worked18:27
nodedfreeany idea why iptables doesnt log all my incoming activity to the server? http://pastebin.com/y75u7ASd18:27
bujji_SOLIDPIZZA: so,which mac addr identified in the router ?18:28
minimecthe_count: Could you once try to 'sudo apt-get purge linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic'? It's just a link to the newest kernel headers.18:28
the_countSo, how would I go about fixing the kernel header18:28
ioriathe_count, how did you installed linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic ?18:29
MonkeyDustnodedfree  better ask in #netfilter18:29
the_countIt came with ubuntu18:29
kadirothe_count: may be you need to reinstall the system18:29
SOLIDPIZZAbujji_, maybe you'd like to take a networking course.18:29
Gallomimiayou don't need to reinstall the system18:29
the_countkadiro I'd rather learn how to fix it in case it happens again18:30
Gallomimiabut, backups are always a good idea18:30
Gallomimiayou could make backups while i try to find something or someone to tell me how to fix18:30
kadirothe_count: this problem happen to me too but still no one know about it18:30
SOLIDPIZZAisn't it sudo apt-get install -f?18:30
minimecthe_count: the package seems to be 'broken' somehow. Again... try to remove it18:30
the_countI have tried that, doesn't work18:30
bujji_admin and network18:31
Gallomimiathere we are..18:31
kadirohi again bujji_18:31
Gallomimiathe_count: sudo apt-get -f install18:31
GallomimiaNOT dpkg :P18:31
kadiroGallomimia: this will fix broken package18:32
the_countGallomimia, that returns: The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:   account-plugin-windows-live libupstart1 Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them. 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 110 not upgraded.18:32
MonkeyDustGallomimia  what's wrong with dpkg?18:32
bujji_kadiro: hi ....))) o/18:32
Gallomimiaisn't an install that was inturrupted the problem?18:32
the_countI think the system was updating and somehow it canceled18:32
Gallomimiahow did you start the update?18:33
MonkeyDustthe_count  try sudo dpkg --configure -a18:33
the_countNot sure, it's been a month or two18:33
Gallomimiahow did you cancel?18:33
Gallomimiait was a working system?18:33
bujji_kadiro: can you give info about bios and partions18:33
bujji_kadiro: like lvm18:33
Gallomimiatry that other --configure command MonkeyDust gave you18:33
kadirobujji_: what's the problem?18:33
the_countThat other command returned nothing18:34
Gallomimiatry updates now18:34
the_countI did18:34
bujji_kadiro: logical volume management info?18:34
the_countSame error as before18:34
Gallomimiawould you tell me how you "do updates" and what the error is again?18:34
kadirobujji_: no idea for that :/18:34
bujji_SOLIDPIZZA: any info lvm?18:35
the_countsudo apt-get install package_name, and it returns: dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting:  files list file for package 'linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic' is missing final newline E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)18:35
Gallomimiadid you run sudo apt-get update18:35
minimecthe_count: so what does 'sudo apt-get purge linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic' give you?18:36
Gallomimialike..... today?18:36
the_countUbuntu Software Center, software updater, everything gives the same error18:36
Gallomimiai like to turn software center off and stick to cli for this task18:36
kadiroguys i think he have a problem in kernel it self18:36
the_countIt is currently off18:37
artois/bin/kernel --onplz18:37
the_countminimec: shall I try to purge the package?18:37
kadirothe_count: you have an old kernel i guess?18:37
kadiroI means try to boot on an old kernel to see18:37
minimecthe_count: Yes, it's just a link to the latest kernel headers. afterwards... sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade18:38
the_countI have: 3.16.0-41-generic18:38
kadirotry the old one18:38
Gallomimiathat's pretty old already18:38
kadirolook in /boot folder18:38
Gallomimiawhats in there18:38
the_countI don;t have an old kernel18:39
Gallomimiajust one is installed18:39
MonkeyDustthe_count  what's the output of   cat /etc/issue18:40
Gallomimiaoh my. 3.16?18:40
the_countUbuntu 14.04.2 LTS \n \l18:40
MonkeyDust3.16.0-45 is the current kernel for 14.04.318:41
Gallomimiais it? can someone tell me why mine's at 3.13.0-61??18:41
the_countOk minimec, tried purging, still got the smae error18:42
kadiroGallomimia: i'm not now from ubuntu to tell you but give me some sec18:42
minimecthe_count: Did you get any output on the console?18:42
kadiromine is 3.16.0-38 ( old )18:44
the_countminimec http://pastebin.com/uNYHJVzR18:44
kadirothe_count: try autoremove18:45
the_countWhat do you mean by try autoremove?18:46
OerHeksthe_count, try some other way, as you are 1 version behind, 14.04.2 ... sudo apt-get install -f # to see if there is something hanging that prevents you from upgrade to 14.04.318:46
Gallomimiasudo apt-get autoremove18:46
minimecthe_count: Ok. Let me think a moment. ;)18:46
the_count"E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem. "18:46
Bashing-omthe_count: kadiro "files list file for package 'linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic' is missing final newline " fix the file ? 'cat /var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic.list' .18:47
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kadirotrue Bashing-om18:47
the_countBashing-om: hbin������v���Version������� ������nk �9��b�  �8���������X�Q���� �&{F2DC02D6-07AA-4A5F-A265-AF118A7ED13D}18:47
Gallomimiathe_count: he said put an extra newline on that file18:48
Gallomimiayou have to edit it18:48
the_countOk, how would I do that as my linux knowledge is limited18:49
MonkeyDustthe_count  what was your initial question?18:49
the_count"Hello, I have a question, somehow, I think it was because an update was canceled, anyways, I cannot install any new packages or update linux, I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and anytime I try to install something new, I recieve this error: dpkg: unrecoverable fatal error, aborting:  files list file for package 'linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic' is missing final newline E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (2)"18:49
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SOLIDPIZZAfinally got my linux to boot back up. all it needed was edd=on and nothing else18:50
the_countGallomimia, how should I edit that file?18:50
SOLIDPIZZAhowever it still won't poweroff!18:50
SOLIDPIZZAunless I press the physical power button18:51
the_countMonkeydust, that was my origional question above18:52
ioriathe_count, i think that package is broken ... this is my cat  : http://paste.ubuntu.com/12041751/18:52
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the_countioria, if you wouldn't mind explaining what to do, my linux knowledge is limited and i don't always completely inderstand what I am doing18:54
ioriathe_count, you have been asked for cat /var/lib/dpkg/info/linux-headers-generic-lts-utopic.list'18:54
SOLIDPIZZAwoah it just rebooted actually. what happened! :D18:54
ioriathe_count,  hbin������v���Version������� ������nk �9��b�  �8���������X�Q���� �&{F2DC02D6-07AA-4A5F-A265-AF118A7ED13D}18:55
the_countThat is what I got for the cat18:55
ioriathe_count,  yes.... http://paste.ubuntu.com/12041751/   this is a working one ....18:56
the_countioria, maybe I am not understanding what you are saying18:56
ioriathe_count,  can you compare ?18:56
the_countWhat do I compare18:57
ioriathe_count,  the two outputs of cat18:58
the_countTHis is mine: hbin������v���Version������� ������nk �9��b�  �8���������X�Q���� �&{F2DC02D6-07AA-4A5F-A265-AF118A7ED13D}18:58
ioriathe_count,  check mine http://paste.ubuntu.com/12041751/18:58
the_countIs that directory list what my cat is supposed to return?18:59
ioriathe_count,  yes18:59
the_countOh, my cat returns that string, but I do not know how to hange it19:00
ioriathe_count,  and i'm not sure is a software error19:00
the_countchange it19:00
minimecthe_count: So the thing is to add a empty 'new line' (Enter) at the end of the file. The content of the file is probbly correct. It's just missing a 'new line' see here for explanations... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1319791&p=8274401#post827440119:01
the_countTo tell the truth, I am not sure it is a software error19:01
ioriathe_count,  how old is your machine ?19:01
llamaking99are my specs able to run Ubuntu 15.04? http://speccy.piriform.com/results/1vExsVZ00tU8NcDQrtSsdpC19:01
llamaking99the link contains a snapshot of my computer specs :)19:02
the_countMy computer is a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro, I got it about 8 months ago19:02
lubuntu1hello all,  So I installed ubuntu server 14.04 on an older p4 box with a 120GB drive.  My layout is: /dev/sda1 (boot), /dev/sda5 (117GB) (LVM).  In LVM I have a ubuntu-vg-root with 40GB and ubuntu-vg-swap_1 with 800MB.19:02
lubuntu1Now I'm trying to install lubuntu next to this (dual boot)19:02
lubuntu1How do I get the installer to create a new partition(?) to install into?19:03
lubuntu1any thoughts?  (I'm kinda new at LVM)19:03
llamaking99lubuntu1 like install alongside windows?19:03
SOLIDPIZZAioria, I fixed my power issue somehow19:04
ioriaSOLIDPIZZA, graet19:04
lubuntu1llamaking99, no, I'm wanting to run 2 copies of linux (dual boot)19:04
lubuntu1I've done this plenty with just primary/extended partitions but never lvm.19:04
RestlessMindgood day folks, got a question about AWK and having trouble finding the answer. would this be a good place to ask or is there another IRC Channel?19:04
lubuntu1I don't know how to get the installer to make another lvm space.19:05
ioriathe_count,  never occurred to me, but you can try to backup that file under a different name, and try to reinstall it ...  maybe keep searching  for a better solution19:06
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the_countioria, Thanks you very much the script fixed my problem19:09
easyOnMeanyone here familiar with the use of FPDF19:09
easyOnMeI was just trying my luck as there is not #fpdf channel19:09
ioriathe_count,  very good19:09
the_countI'll be sure to remember that script for next itme19:10
JustSighDudesGuys, let's say I've installed gitlab on a server19:10
JustSighDudesWhat does keeping it secure entail?19:10
SOLIDPIZZAaw no, it's happening again :c19:14
RestlessMindstill looking for some help with AWK please :)19:15
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kadirogood job ioria19:16
ioriakadiro glad to hel somehow19:16
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kadiroI think my internet is gone ( this text is for testing )19:19
Bashing-omthe_count: kadiro :) . But is not the -16 series kernel 'utopic' (14.10) and is not 14.10 End_of_Life ? such that upgrading the kernel is now the order of business ?19:19
the_countBashing-om, not sure what you mean19:20
kadiroBashing-om: what's that means?19:20
Bashing-omkadiro: Your :19 entry is good .19:20
kadiromy english is very bad19:20
kadirothk's Bashing-om19:21
squinty!awk | squinty19:22
ubottusquinty, please see my private message19:22
ioriaBashing-om, no... it's 14.0.219:22
Bashing-omthe_count: Kad, I could be in error, But I think the linux-image-3.16.0-45-generic series is the 14.10 kernel. That kernel no longer has support if it belongs to the 14.10 HWE .19:22
ioriaBashing-om, trusty19:23
kadirogood point19:23
ivanx507_I tried the ssh server19:24
minimecivanx507_: hi again19:24
ivanx507_hi :v19:24
the_countBashing-om - So you're saying I should upgrade?19:24
ivanx507_the only signal was perf interrupt took too long (2530 > 2500), lowering kernel.perf_event_max_sample_rate to 5000019:24
Bashing-omthe_count: " sysop@1404mini:~$ uname -r >> 3.13.0-61-generic " This is thre latest 'trusty' kernel. with -16 series I presume that HardWare Enamblement is at play here .19:24
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Bashing-om!hwe | the_count19:26
ubottuthe_count: On August 7, 2014, Ubuntu 12.04.5 will deliver the kernel and graphics stack from 14.04. At that time, security updates and bug fixes for older hardware enablement stacks will cease. Users of older hardware enablement stacks are encouraged to update to the 12.04.5 hardware enablement stack or upgrade to 14.04. Please see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/1204_HWE_EOL for further details.19:26
arunsI wanted to run my program in Python, due to some reasons it was not working on Python2.7.6, I read on some forum there must be compatibility issue, Hence I used the command "sudo apt-get autoremove python2.7"19:26
arunsThis command removed several packages like full gnome-desktop environment, unity, ubuntu software centre, vlc +------- 50 other softwares/utilities-----.19:26
arunsAfter that i tried to manually install from terminal these programs, Ubuntu software centre, gnome-desktop environment, but it is giving some error, the detailed have been posted in pastebin, Kindly visit and see : http://pastebin.com/1LSRYHke19:26
arunsI am desperately seeking solution, Kindly provide valuable suggestions. Any leads and help is much appreciated. Thanks in advance.19:26
arunsPS: I have tried following commands to fix it but nothing worked to rescue me.19:26
arunssudo apt-get install -f19:26
valerie_I have GNOME nautilus 3.14.1 and I need to connect to another linux through ssh using nautilus.  The older versions of nautilus had choices of ssh, ftp and others with port # choice.  The new nautilus 3.14.1 seems to have only smb.  Can it be used to connect through ssh?19:26
kadiroaruns: ??19:26
the_countubottu, I am using 14.04.2 LTS19:27
ubottuthe_count: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)19:27
the_countubottu, whatever19:27
TechMongerhello. I am running apache on my computer to do testing with php. my computer is freezing a lot. i am starting to think it has something to do with me editing the files directly in /var/www/html19:27
TechMongercan anyone confirm or deny this?19:27
minimecivanx507_: ok. Files I would have a look at would be... kern.log, kern-crash.log, syslog, Xorg.0.log. that's using shh in the current session after the freeze. All files are located in /var/log.19:27
JustSighDudeslol the_count19:27
StannazWhen is it freezing? When the PHP is being executed or when you are editing or all the time?19:28
JustSighDudesTechMonger, install htop and look at processor usage19:28
the_countJustSighDudes, I hardly ever use IRC, so...19:28
JustSighDudesthe_count, it's just funny. We're not hating on you19:28
ioriaBashing-om, it's not clear for me too... i'm 14.0.2 and i'm getting updates ....19:28
TechMongerJustSighDudes, when the computer freeses everything freezes19:28
the_countJustSighDudes, I didn't take you that way, I thought it was fully too19:29
TechMongeri cant even use ctrl f1 or anything19:29
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ivanx507_minimec: Other info about the freezes is that only happen with games in fullscreen and some in window19:29
the_countubottu: tell your manager your information is a little out of date19:29
ubottuthe_count: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)19:29
arunsProblem : subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 2 , full text explainehttp://paste.ubuntu.com/12042179/d at :19:29
kadiroaruns: what about: /var/lib/dpkg/info/ntop.config: 3: /var/lib/ntop/init.cfg: Syntax error: Unterminated quoted string19:30
ivanx507_actually we tested with CS:GO and Counter Strike 1.619:30
arunsProblem : subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 2 , full text explained at  -- http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042179/19:30
minimecivanx507_: might be your GPU. difficult to say. As asked right at the beginning. I guess you have some 'swap'. Otherwise, if RAM is full, the system crashes.19:30
arunsLook at this thread : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=228997419:31
StannazI'm having issues with Lubuntu installed on an Ubuntu installation. I changed my greeter to LXDM but now, whenever the GUI (Lubuntu) starts after I login, it will kick be back to the greeter after around 1-2 minutes. It is NOT instant, it is delayed. I have failed to find anything in any logs.19:31
StannazI'm currently in recovery mode running irssi as I cannot login to the GUI reliably.19:31
Bashing-omioria: All I am saying is that the KERENEL and xserver has reached end of life, and in 14.04 will soon have no support . As soon as the utopic repository is moved, there will be no support for that series .19:31
JustSighDudesTechMonger, could be a rogue script eating up cpu time. Dunno how else to verify though19:31
arunsLook at this thread : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=228997419:31
ioriaBashing-om, oh.... i'll search for that tx19:32
Bashing-omioria: the_count I had hoped the package manager would fix (upgrade to vivid's) , if needed one can do the update from the command line .19:33
arunsProblem : subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 2 , full text explained at  -- http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042179/19:33
arunsLook at this thread : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=228997419:33
ioriaseems august 2016 ...19:34
ioriaBashing-om, i see ... tx again19:35
StannazIs anybody able to help with my problem regarding LXDM?19:36
the_countBashing-om: What are you talking about>19:36
Bashing-omStannaz: State the issue and see .19:36
StannazI'm having issues with Lubuntu installed on an Ubuntu installation. I changed my greeter to LXDM but now, whenever the GUI (Lubuntu) starts after I login, it will kick be back to the greeter after around 1-2 minutes. It is NOT instant, it is delayed. I have failed to find anything in any logs.19:36
StannazI'm currently in recovery mode running irssi as I cannot login to the GUI reliably.19:36
Bashing-omthe_count: You are running and End_of_life kernel . I do suggest ya get updated to vivid's kernel.19:37
ubottuUbuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) was the 21st release of Ubuntu.  Support ended on July 23rd, 2015. See !eol, !upgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/utopic19:37
the_countBashing-om: Ok Sir, I will do that...19:38
UbuntuRhi everybody19:38
Bashing-omthe_count: If all else fails, we upgrade from terminal commands. Bear in mind I do not have HWE enabled on any of my systems, and have no direct experience . But I do know how from terminal .19:39
the_countBashing-om: What is wrong with upgrading from terminal commands directly?19:40
Bashing-omStannaz: A number of causes ? Lost authorization to access "you" /home ? Do you own the files ' ls -al /home ; ls -al /home/stannaz/ ' ? for starters .19:41
StannazYes, I do not believe permissions are the issue and I can guarantee that /home/myusername is owned by myusername appropriately.19:42
StannazLubuntu/LXDE successfully starts with what seems to be no issues, it's only after a minute or two that I get kicked back.19:42
UbuntuRI installed Nvidia driver 340.76  system reboot without problem  just some usb failed but nothing big, when I installed game on playonlinux I can play it but gaming performance is very slow, I installed CPU frequency indicator and change it to turbo mod but nothing changed in game performance still slow, am using Ubuntu 64bit version 14.04 LTS19:43
Bashing-omthe_count: If this runs clean ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ; sudo apt full-upgrade ' we proceed to install vivid's kernel .19:44
minimecStannaz: Seems stupid. But try to disable power settings like 'blank screen' and 'screensaver'. Check if that changes somthing for your GUI session.19:44
StannazIt's not that the screen goes black, it's that it takes me back to the LXDM login, asking for my user/pass.19:45
StannazCould that still be the issue?19:45
minimecStannaz: I mean... My question is... Where does the delay come from?19:45
ivanx507_minimec: this is the xorg.0.log19:45
Bashing-omStannaz: Then next is a broken proprietary graphics driver . What card ' lspci -vnn | grep -i VGA ' > driver stautus ' sudo lshw -C display ' .19:45
ivanx507_[    38.539]19:45
ivanx507_X.Org X Server 1.17.119:45
ivanx507_Release Date: 2015-02-1019:45
ivanx507_[    38.539] X Protocol Version 11, Revision 019:45
ivanx507_[    38.539] Build Operating System: Linux 3.2.0-77-generic x86_64 Ubuntu19:45
ivanx507_[    38.539] Current Operating System: Linux HP-Pavilion-g4-Notebook-PC 3.19.0-25-generic #26~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jul 24 21:16:20 UTC 2015 x86_6419:45
StannazBashing-om: I will put irssi inside tmux and run that. Things are a bit more difficult since I'm in recovery mode.19:46
StannazRejoining under same nick.19:46
UbuntuRCan somebody help me please?19:46
minimecivanx507_: 'sudo apt-get install patebinit', then 'cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | pastebinit'19:46
ivanx507_sorry :/19:47
StannazOkay, I am back. Could you copy and paste the command I need to run again? Sorry.19:47
StannazBashing-om: Previous message.19:47
IamGruuthello all19:48
ivanx507_minimec: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042367/19:48
the_countBashing-om: sudo apt full-upgrade returns: dpkg: error processing package linux-headers-3.16.0-30-generic (--configure):  package linux-headers-3.16.0-30-generic is not ready for configuration  cannot configure (current status `half-installed') Errors were encountered while processing:  linux-headers-3.16.0-30-generic E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)19:49
kadiroI have a problem too but i prefer help others and when no one ask i ask mine19:49
squintyStannaz:  <Bashing-om> Stannaz: Then next is a broken proprietary graphics driver . What card ' lspci -vnn | grep -i VGA ' > driver stautus ' sudo lshw -C display ' .19:50
Stannazsquinty: Thank you :)19:50
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minimecivanx507_: that one looks ok Can you give me 'cat /var/log/Xorg.1.log | pastebinit'?19:50
Bashing-omthe_count: Pastebin please. so I see the full command context with the errors .19:50
ivanx507_this is the syslog19:51
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042398/19:52
UbuntuRCan somebody help me please with gaming on ubuntu issue?19:52
ivanx507_minimec: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042400/ the kern.log19:53
foresteI installed kubuntu over an arch system with a separate /home partition on my /dev/sda4. Set up same username and password, made sure sda4 wasn't formatted and mounted it as /home. Installed and everything is gone. However, the space is still used up. What went wrong and, is there anything I can do to recover these files?19:53
minimecivanx507_: I see. You see the 'Currupted directory' messages @ the end of the file. Probably your games are all installed on 'sdb1'...19:53
veroI have a problem with ubuntu live dvds: I was trying to install ubuntu 14.04, but when I booted from livedvd I got a lot of errors, the last of them "fixing recursive fault but reboot is needed". Tryied with another dvd (ubuntu 12.04) and the same happens (my english is pretty bad, sorry)19:54
ivanx507_minimec: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042423/ the xorg.1.log19:54
Bashing-omthe_count: Look'n at your http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042398/ .19:54
kadirovero: check md5 for image you burned19:55
kadiromy english is very bad too19:55
minimecivanx507_: So there is no problems with your graphics, as far as I see, but you have a problem on 'sdb1', wich seems to be a windows 'fat' partition. I guess your games are installed there.19:56
ubottuTo verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows19:56
IamGruutyour English is fine so far kadiro :-)19:56
kadirothk's IamGruut i do my best :)19:57
IamGruutvero: talking about the checksum of the dvd you downloaded19:57
StannazBashing-om: My laptop's card is a GTX 650M, the first command (lspci one) said VGA compatible controller while the second one didn't say much more than "driver=nvidia".19:57
IamGruutperhaps the .iso file is corrupted in some way19:58
Bashing-omthe_count: Try ' sudo apt-get install --reinstall linux-image-3.16.0-30-generic' .19:58
kadirovero: one trying a livedvd there is an option from first menu one choosing try ubuntu, install it ..etc to check the integrity of your DVD20:00
Bashing-omStannaz: laptop with a Nvidia 650m card . Is this a optimus technology ? and if so what is the onboard graphics chip set ?20:00
StannazI don't know what you mean by optimus technology. The onboard graphics chip is an Intel HD 3000 I believe.20:01
ivanx507_minimec: We searched in the pc, this partition don't exist20:01
verokadiro: that's the point, in this case there was no menu20:01
StannazBashing-om: I googled what Optimus is and I am not sure if my laptop is. The onboard graphics chip is an Intel HD 3000 I believe.20:02
minimecivanx507_: --> 'Aug  9 13:42:59 HP-Pavilion-g4-Notebook-PC kernel: [  813.602195] FAT-fs (sdb1): Corrupted directory (i_pos 239703)20:02
kadirovero: when you puting your dvd and booting there is no menu to choose?20:02
IamGruutvero: do you have the option of writing the install image to a USB stick and trying that instead?20:02
kadiroIamGruut: good idea and safe20:03
Bashing-omStannaz: You are of that technology . Let's look at what Nvidia has installed ' dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia ' output to a pastebin .20:03
wileeevero, when booting the dvd, after you check the md5sums, hit shift if msdos or esc if uefi for that first menu.20:04
kadirovero: don't forget to check your image in anyway20:04
verono, no menu, it shows the "ubuntu 14.04/12.04" and then the errors. Maybe I shoud try with an USB stick20:04
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wileeevero, Do those sum checks, otherwise we are wasting our time and so are you.20:05
verook, thanks!20:05
kadiroyou welcome vero20:05
phelixAnyone have an idea what would cause command > file.log so that the contents from the terminal is still being displayed to terminal and not the file.log file?20:06
StannazBashing-om: I have the output in a file called output.txt, how can I upload/share this with you from the command line (I'm in recovery mode, root shell)20:07
kadirophelix: can you be specific ?20:07
wileeephelix, I would assuem you need to put gedit or some text app to see the log20:07
Bashing-omthe_count: Still with us ? What results from the --reinstall command ?20:07
phelixdrush command > file.log is what i am doing20:08
Bashing-om!paste | Stannaz20:08
ubottuStannaz: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.20:08
phelixcontents still display to terminal and nothing goes into log file20:08
minimecivanx507_: use 'lsblk' in a console. Might also be a USB-stick. In that case it would not have any relation with your 'freeze' problem.20:08
wileeephelix, Into? or showing the log in text?20:08
StannazBashing-om: Got a way. http://termbin.com/vvr520:08
phelixI want what the drush command would normally print out to the terminal to print that to the log file instead20:09
wileee!who | phelix20:09
ubottuphelix: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)20:09
Bashing-omStannaz: ' sudo aptget install pastebinit ; dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia | pastebinit ' the result is a URL back to your terminal. Pass that link back here .20:09
WalkerdineHow do I prevent all my windows from moving over to my other monitor when I turn it on?20:09
Bashing-omapt-get install *20:09
WalkerdineI'd like to turn it on without having to move all my windows back each time20:09
StannazBashing-om: I needed an API key for that, I settled with termbin that I found when I googled on my phone. http://termbin.com/vvr520:09
the_countBashing-om, sorry one sec20:10
wileeephelix, Never heard of drush, not a very good explanation is all of what you want.20:10
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042599/20:10
phelixwileee: Well if I run any  file or command adding > file.log to the end of it should display the output to a file instead of the terminal shouldn't it?20:11
WalkerdineDoes anyone know whats going on or what to search20:11
Bashing-omStannaz: That works ! .. Bad news is that you have BumbleBee installed to control optimus, I have no experience/knowledge of BumbleBee, othes will have to advise better .20:11
StannazBashing-om: Bumblebee broke after I updated to 15.04 and I am prepared to entirely remove/replace it. Are you able to help?20:12
wileeephelix, If you want to see the file you need to put a text app like gedit in there, for example to see fstab   sudo gedit /etc/fstab20:12
Bashing-omthe_count: look'n at your http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042599/ .20:12
phelixwilee: not trying to see the file. I know how to view the contents of the file.. I am trying to output the contents of the command to a file instead of the terminal.20:13
kadirono wileee he means that when we redirect a command from terminal to a file it will do that20:13
Stannazphelix: Sorry if I'm interrupting, but will this not work- "command > file.txt"20:13
phelixStannaz: That is what I am doing. Hmm and it still seems to work if i use like ls or some generic command as a test. Seems its just this drush command that isn't doing it. Must be something up with drush20:14
kadirolike a pipe command ( more, less ..etc )20:14
Stannazphelix: I have no experience with drush so I'm afraid I can't be much help there. But if I had to guess, that is the case, especially if it's working with everything else.20:14
wileeephelix, I thought so, I probably of no help, just wanted it clear,  make sure you show the exact commands you're using in the inquires.20:15
kadirothere is a command to force that ( combined with your command ) but i forget it's name20:15
Bashing-omthe_count: Give me a bit to work through that as I do not understand all I do not know about that condition. Does not compute. Be back soonest .20:16
jarkinarkinis there an alternative to mIRC that doesn't require regustration or payment?20:16
the_countBashing-om: ok20:16
wileeekadiro, I appreciate the effort, but be careful jumping in as an interpreter, not all of us need or want that, I'm a stickler for the exact needed info is all.20:16
UbuntuRLags when I play games on ubuntu how to solve this please?20:17
StannazUbuntuR: Are you running Unity DE?20:17
wileee!details | UbuntuR be more exact20:17
ubottuUbuntuR be more exact: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)20:17
UbuntuR I installed Nvidia driver 340.76  system reboot without problem  just some usb failed but nothing big, when I installed game on playonlinux I can play it but gaming performance is very slow, I installed CPU frequency indicator and change it to turbo mod but nothing changed in game performance still slow, am using Ubuntu 64bit version 14.04 LTS20:18
squintyjarkinarkin:   look in repo's for xchat, hexchat or if running kde desktop Konversation20:18
jarkinarkinthanks squinty20:18
StannazUbuntuR: I personally recommend using a different desktop environment other than Unity due to it's high resource consumption. You could also try using other drivers, I believe NVIDIA 346 is available now.20:19
jarkinarkindoes anyone know about bugzilla here?  the guys at #Bugzilla are comatose20:19
wileeejarkinarkin, For the record this is ubuntu support only, not an info bank. ;20:20
kadirowileee: when you do: echo "some test " > texte.txt so the generated file will contain " some tes "20:20
UbuntuRand which desktop environment do you prefere for gaming?20:20
wileeekadiro, Now you're trying to school me, welcome to ignore.20:20
jarkinarkinfair enough20:21
wileeelol moron20:21
Bashing-omthe_count: While I continue to ponder, what returns ' ls -al /usr/src/linux-headers-3.13.0-58-generic/include/config/asymmetric/key/type.h ' I do hope for the presence of a zero length file ' .20:21
StannazUbuntuR: LXDE and Xfce are my favourites. Both will run exceptionally better than Unity and should improve your gaming performance. Find which one you like the most.20:21
kadirowileee: i'm not just trying to understand my self if my english still bad or not20:22
UbuntuRthanks a lot I will do it:)20:22
StannazUbuntuR: Best of luck!20:23
the_countBashing-om: I fixed the problem your command found with this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042742/ and this is the response of your command: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042752/20:23
UbuntuRI was using windows till now but I want use linux forever:) because is much better than windows just poeplo are afraid of using linux:)20:24
the_countbashing-om: It returns: "No such file or directory"20:24
StannazUbuntuR: I used to be in the same position as you. I now use Linux 90% of the time other than most of my games, due to Windows exclusive games.20:24
wileeeUbuntuR, All operating systems have there place and uses, don't end up as a fanboi.20:24
kadirowileee: sorry i'm very busy ( 10 childrens around me ) may be i do a mistakes please forgive me20:25
NokajiI see the future offering an improved linux/ubuntu and a worsening MS20:26
Bashing-omthe_count: For now all we care about is that the package manager is happy . once more for effect ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ; sudo apt full-upgrade ' when these run clean we then install vivid's kernel .20:26
Nokajiwhat is the general consensus on Canonical's involvement?20:26
UbuntuRI hope that one day linux is gonna replace windows from the Top20:27
wileee!ot | Nokaji20:27
ubottuNokaji: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!20:27
StannazUbuntuR: Won't happen until Linux becomes easier for everyday users and more standardised.20:27
kadiroI will be back soon ( sorry i'm busy now )20:27
squintyNokaji:  they are talking about that very subject in #ubuntu-offtopic  right now :<p20:27
wileeenote this is support not UbuntuR20:27
Nokajithanks squinty20:27
WalkerdineWhenever I change my display settings all my windows disappear so i cant even accept the changed20:28
the_countBashing-om: all completed succesfully, and one quick question, why do you use apt and not apt-get?20:28
wileeeWalkerdine, you have run xrandr to see your choices?20:28
squintyNokaji:  bit of tongue in cheek there.   #ubuntu-offtopic is the place for non support discussions :-)20:28
WalkerdineI'm just trying to make it so that the launcher bar is only on one monitor20:29
Nokajifair enough, I did have my tabs in pidgin the wrong way around, my off-topic tab being normally to the right so maybe that threw me20:29
Bashing-omthe_count: 'apt' is the new re-constructed 'apt-get' It has added fetures .20:32
the_countBashing-om: So basically(I loath that term) it is newer and better? And now on to Vivid's Kernel...20:33
WalkerdineOkay I just used xrandr to change the primary monitor and it worked20:33
WalkerdineAll the windows still disappeared but I didnt have to accept anything20:34
Bashing-omthe_count: Ready to proceed ? We want to make sure there is room for the new kernel, ' df -h | pasteninit ' .// And yeah ! I prefer 'apt' .20:34
mwhey everybody. i have a bluetooth problem on my thinkpad t400. this is a new 15.04 install, i zpdated bluez and bluedevil from the ppas. bluetooth works fine on the console (hcitool), but bluedevil still states that no bt adapters are found. also, in the system settings there is no bluetooth symbol. what do?20:34
stubblefieldanyone got any clues on getting my 1366x768 resolution back ?20:34
Bashing-omthe_count: typo ' df -h | pastebinit ' .20:35
the_countBashing-om: I was wondering20:36
ivanx507minimec:  the partition is a usb20:36
the_countBashing-om: Shall I install pastebinit? And what is it for?20:37
Bashing-omthe_count: Whatever pastebin site you have been using is fine . I just did not notice you were not using ours .20:38
the_countBashing-om: I did nt realize there was a Pastebin program, so I was confized, http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042938/20:40
Dorfen`Hi guys! Do i need to add anything special in ubuntu to get fastcgi lighttpd and python working? My python app runs when invoked on cli (flask app) - lighttpd just dies and gives 40420:40
minimecphelix: I just crawled the logs. Did you find a solution for your problem? what about something like 'locate linuz /boot 2>&1 >output.log'20:40
minimecivanx507: I see. So no hardware problems. ;)20:41
the_countBashing-om: I had been copying it to the ubuntu Paste site manually before, that makes it much easier.20:41
ivanx507minimec: well they internet gone for a little time and the game work again20:42
ivanx507minimec: Doyou think that the wifi driver could be the problem?20:43
Bashing-omthe_count: Look'n good, plenty of overhead , Here goes. let's TRY ' sudo apt-get install linux-generic-vivid libgl1-mesa-glx-vivid xserver-xorg-vivid linux-image-generic-vivid ' let's see if that flies .20:43
minimecivanx507: ;) But nice that we talked about it. At least you what 'ssh' is know, and how to 'pastebin' ;)20:43
MelioI have an update error that's leaving a red danger box in the upper info messages area on the screen. when i click it. it tells me "the update information is outdated. this may be caused by network problems... ect"20:44
ivanx507minimec: you have reason xD20:44
Meliobut when i do an update, it doesnt have any issues.20:44
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042988/20:44
Bashing-omthe_count: look'n at http://paste.ubuntu.com/12042988/.20:45
Meliooh this means i have out of date repos20:45
k1l_Melio: please run "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade" and put it into a pastebin20:45
Bashing-omthe_count: And ? Did they all run and complete ?20:46
the_countNo, thate paste was supposed to show it,  All four said they were unable to locate the packages20:46
Meliok1l_,  http://pastebin.com/Wdp8v2QG this should explain it. out of date repos20:48
mwhey everybody. i have a bluetooth problem on my thinkpad t400. this is a new 15.04 install, i zpdated bluez and bluedevil from the ppas. bluetooth works fine on the console (hcitool), but bluedevil still states that no bt adapters are found. also, in the system settings there is no bluetooth symbol. what do?20:48
Bashing-omthe_count: Lemme check and find the correct packages ..My refernce was from 12.04 to 14.04 rather than from 14.04 to 15.04 kernel stack .20:48
k1l_Melio: yes, the ole.wolf/rarcrack/ PPA is not available20:48
k1l_!ppa-purge | Melio20:48
ubottuMelio: To disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html20:48
the_countbashing-om: that my be the problem20:48
minimecmw: Why did you need the ppa for bluez and bluedevil? So the problem might be the ppa?20:50
Bashing-omthe_count: I miss-thunk, do it as ' sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-vivid libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-lts-vivid linux-image-generic-lts-vivid ' .20:51
the_countBashing-om: Started 303 megbytes to go... Why did you use apt-get this time?20:53
the_countBashing-om: do they have different capabilities>20:53
MelioI found the ppa file and remove the ppa file from /etc/apt/sources.list.d in newer versions of Ubuntu.20:56
Melioso that worked well20:56
Melioppa-purge i guess coulda worked, but didnt use it20:56
wileeeMelio, always use purge, that was a single package, many bring in dependencies that can be an issue, when not in the regular install.20:57
the_countBashing-om: Finished20:57
Bashing-omthe_count: I use what I know works ( for the mpst part ) I have not 'apt'd the kernels and Xserver stuff . Next we need to update the new stack and check with grub for any errors .20:59
k1l_Melio: well, now you got that ppa package still installed and you will never get any updates for it anymore. ppa-purge would have solved that issue21:00
Bashing-omthe_count: Let's check .. ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ; sudo update-grub ' . IF all looiks good and clean ... then and only then reboot to see if we come up on the new -19 kernel .21:00
the_countBashing-om: I ask because when I go to do it on my own some day I want to do it right...21:00
Stannaz 21:00
Meliok1l_, I'm not worried, rar cracking is a dismal and unreliable way to recover a password in a rar file21:00
Melioeven if you compile rar cracking tools that go multi-threaded, it doesnt speed up anything but failure21:01
Melioso no point in it21:01
Meliothank you for your help, ubuntu is great21:01
k1l_Melio: its not about rarcrack. its aabout you removing PPAs the right way.21:01
Bashing-omthe_count: In this the curve of learning .. The system has the "manual" installed .. any command you want to verify/check/learn: ' man <command> ' . Works a treat .21:02
the_countBashing-om: I'm rebooting now, should be signed back in within 30 seconds...21:02
wileee30 second call21:03
squintytick tock21:03
the_countOk, maybe 45... Haven't started yet21:04
Bashing-omwileee: Smoke break !21:04
wileeeI'm vaping as we speak21:04
mwminimec: sorry i did not see you. i tried updating them because it did not work before either. the new versions did not bring anything though21:04
Melioit would be cool if you had ubuntu bootable on your vaporization thing21:05
Meliolike data storage21:05
Meliorecharge, persistant ubuntu21:05
Melioit would be cyberpunk a bit :)21:05
the_count_Whas that fast enough?21:05
the_count_The other one didn't sign out though21:06
minimecmw: ok. there is 'blueman' as alternative bluetooth manager gui. I am not a KDE user, so I cannot help you with bluedevil.21:07
the_count_1Am I heard now?21:08
wileeethe_count_1, If you see you, we do too.21:09
borisetoIs there a way to extend the number of commands saved in terminal history?21:09
bekksboriseto: Yes, set HISTORY_SIZE accordingly.21:09
the_count_1Bashing-om: For some reason IRC didn't sign out the_count, so I had to make a ne won21:09
the_count_1bashing-om: new one21:10
Bashing-omthe_count_1: Yeah .. let's check what we have .. ' ls -al / ; la -al /boot ' to see that grub has configuered , and show what you are now booting for the kernel ' uname -r ; .21:10
the_count_1Bashing-om, I'm going to sign back in, the_count finally logged off...21:11
the_countBashing-om, I'm going to imput those commands now21:13
Bashing-omthe_count: K;21:14
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12043308/21:14
the_countBashing-om: 3.19.0-25-generic21:15
Bashing-omthe_count: Wierd ; but the kernel is there " vmlinuz-3.19.0-25-generic " but grub did not configure it . try again ' sudo update-grub ' .. we want to see symlinks to the new and old kernels .21:16
misho_Hi everyone21:17
Bashing-omthe_count: Wires crossed, ' ls -al / ' are 4 sets of symlinks shown ?21:17
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12043346/21:18
mwminimec: ok, thank you anyway. i will gibe blueman a try21:18
misho_Everyone knows Device manager on Windows...but is there a similar app for Linux where it is showed graphicaly in list every device connected to the PC21:18
Bashing-omthe_count: grub looks happy .21:18
the_countBashing-om: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12043360/21:19
Bashing-omthe_count: Hey hey ... look'n great ! .. bet ya can shut down and do a cold boot and come up on the new -19 kernel .21:20
the_countOk, one sec21:21
the_countOk, Bashing-om, It usually shuts down faster than it starts up, I'd say that was a sign21:24
the_countBashing-om: 3.19.0-25-generic21:24
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the_countBashing-om: be back in 15 min21:25
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Bashing-omthe_count: I say this is a done deal . Bear in mind vivid goes EOL in Jan , If the package manager does not deal with the upgrade to willy's stack, this proceedure will have to be repeated .21:26
the_countBashing-om, Thank you very much, I appreciate your time spent on my behalf. Look foreward to talking to you again!21:27
Bashing-omthe_count: Open source ! You will pass it on .21:28
the_countbashing-om: I will pass it on... I'll be back in 15 min or so, I have one more question...21:29
Bashing-omthe_count: K ; just ask . Help is what we do .21:30
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stubblefieldanyone have any idea how to get my display back to 136621:50
stubblefieldwhenever i set what seems to be the right xrandr modes the display goes blank and says 'invalid mode'21:51
Guest15560hi guys, after i powered off an usb stick drive I can t access its content21:51
Guest15560how can I access it again?21:51
daftykinsstubblefield: pastebin /var/log/Xorg.0.log - probably some graphics quirk going on21:52
daftykinsGuest15560: flash drives aren't 'powered off' - can you be more clear?21:52
OerHeksGuest15560, good start https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilesystemTroubleshooting21:53
OerHeksit all depends on the partitiontype21:53
Wurmphlegmcould anyone help me with a dpkg dependency loop issue?21:53
daftykinsWurmphlegm: does that come with a pastebin?21:54
stubblefielddaftykins any advice on what to do with this info21:54
stubblefieldi can see the old version that mentions 1366 and the new version that does not21:55
WurmphlegmLet me see what i can pull up21:55
OerHeksstubblefield, what did you do before this happened?21:55
stubblefieldabsolutely nothing, i just rebooted21:55
daftykinsstubblefield: i said pastebin it21:55
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.21:56
stubblefieldthe same thing happened the other day and i got it back after just rebooting various times21:56
Wurmphlegmdaftykins: ok so i was trying to install libgomp1 (4.9) for a piece of planetary imaging software called Siril. v4.9 of libgomp1 was required, but it wont install due to unment dependencies.21:56
Wurmphlegmdaftykins: but now it's just leaving it unconfigured and says "Is to be installed"..although i dont want to deal with siril anymore.21:57
Guest15560daftykins: I opened Disks app and clicked on the power button21:57
Wurmphlegmdaftykins: Although if i try and remove it, it wants to take out my entire cinnamon desktop, and a bunch of other things.21:58
daftykinsWurmphlegm: no that's still not a pastebin of the situation21:58
daftykinsi don't want to see words, i want to see output! :)21:59
the_countBashing-om, How would I go about installing this: https://github.com/pfps/yoga-laptop21:59
daftykinsGuest15560: so go unplug it and plug it back in.21:59
stubblefielddaftykins - http://pastebin.com/e1WWYjsh21:59
Guest15560daftykins: using df -h doesn t show it either21:59
Guest15560daftykins: tried that too :(22:00
OerHeksthe_count, read the page "Probably not needed in 3.16 or newer kernels"22:00
daftykinsGuest15560: well of course df doesn't.22:00
daftykinsstubblefield: desktop with a VGA monitor?22:01
k1l_Wurmphlegm: what ubuntu is that exactly?22:01
Wurmphlegmit's actually Linux Mint 17.122:01
stubblefieldit's not just that i can't get over 1024 resolution22:01
k1l_Wurmphlegm: please ask the mint support how to solve that depencies since they handle the repo stuff differently than ubuntu22:01
stubblefieldit flickers and the display system thing says unknown22:02
Guest15560daftykins: but it used to show it...22:02
Wurmphlegmno one in mint seems to be saying anything22:02
daftykinsGuest15560: it only shows MOUNTED file systems, totally pointless enquiry to run when you've just powered it off22:02
k1l_Wurmphlegm: see if their forums provide more support.22:02
stubblefieldwell this is a flat screen whatever with hdmi available, i guess it's a tv22:02
Wurmphlegmive been searching for hours now22:02
daftykinsstubblefield: why are you still using VGA in 2015?22:02
BotchlaBWurmphlegm: #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org , try there.22:02
BotchlaBWurmphlegm: The channel here on freenode is small.22:03
stubblefieldi guess i'm not aware what else i should be using22:03
OerHeksWurmphlegm, ubuntu provides cinamon-desktop too, so switch to avoid such issues.22:03
stubblefieldit's worked till now22:03
daftykinsstubblefield: a digital connection such as DVI would be nice22:03
Guest15560daftykins: I see. so how can I mount it again?22:03
daftykinsGuest15560: you don't because... oh dear this is very circular. good luck22:04
stubblefieldi guess it would, i don't think i have those cables on hand though22:04
k1l_stubblefield: did you try an older kernel in grub if that works like before?22:04
stubblefieldoh yeah this could be due to an update i guess22:04
daftykinsstubblefield: check if your display even has the connection22:04
stubblefieldi dunno how to do that though22:04
tester_1Is there a particular room I can ask some software licensing question?22:05
stubblefieldwell the monitor has hdmi, spdif and usb inputs22:05
stubblefieldk1l_ - how do i do that ?22:05
daftykinstester_1: er, well what possible software licensing has got to do with ubuntu o022:05
k1l_stubblefield: press shift on boot, so you get to the grub menu. then choose an older kernel22:06
BotchlaBtester_1, try #gnu, especially if you mean the GPL.22:06
Bashing-omthe_count_: I was awol .. lemme catch up and I be back at ya .22:06
tester_1daftykins, I suspect some ubuntu users will have expertise on the matter. Clearly it is not a Ubuntu specific question that's why I did not ask it here. BotchlaB, thank you.22:07
Guest15560daftykins: would you mind telling me how to power it on again?\22:07
daftykinsGuest15560: sorry i gave up.22:08
daftykinstester_1: cool, use #ubuntu-offtopic in future perhaps22:08
the_count_Oerheks: Lenovo yoga 2 Pro has major resume problems amongse other things that aren't fixed by the new kernel22:10
OerHeksah i see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/lightdm/+bug/146597422:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1465974 in lightdm (Ubuntu) "LightDM lock screen unresponsive after resume from suspend (Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro)" [Undecided,New]22:13
Guest15560daftykins: ok. I used sudo mkdosfs -F 32 -I /dev/sdb and that bring it alive again :D22:13
Bashing-omthe_count_: Looks to be rather iffy. Test now that you have vivid's stack installed. This kernel supports newer hardware and has many fixes . IF you must yoga-laptop. I would do so from a dual boot .22:14
the_count_Bashing-om: Ok, I might try that, and another question, I installed ubuntu and shrunk my windows partition, neglecting to disable fastboot in windows, do you have any Idea how to fix that?22:16
NGC3982How can i make subbot auth with nickserv?22:17
k1l_NGC3982: #freenode for questions about the network22:17
NGC3982It's actually neither ubuntu or the network, afaik.22:18
* NGC3982 tries to find someone somewhere who knows about this.22:18
OerHeksthe_count_, if you didn't disable fastboot, you could not install ubuntu, nor boot from usb/sdcard.22:19
the_count_OerHeks: But, I still did install Ubuntu with FastBoot enamled22:20
the_count_Oerheks: Maybe it is not supposed to happed, but I was able to do it.22:21
OerHeksI guess, you would not have seen any windows partition, and ubuntu used it all, in a non uefi install ?22:21
Bashing-omthe_count_: I am not Windows literate, but Windows fast boot is "hibernation" . IF you are too boot linux then make sure Windows is shut down properly .22:22
stubblefieldk1l_: that doesn't work i tried going way back in versions22:22
stubblefieldalso grub itself shows up at the smaller resolution which is not normal22:22
the_count_Bashing-om: I recently installed linux, I shrunk the windows partition with gparted without disabling fastboot, I was able to then install linux. I was wondering how to recover my windows partition now that I messed it up22:24
stubblefieldthere's no difference in the current and old Xorg logs except 1024 vs 136622:28
Bashing-omthe_count_: That I think is a UEFI thing .. TJ-, erric^^ ot ithers are better qualified to offer advise. If Windows is installed UEFI and ubuntu MBR on the same hard drive, the two boot schemes are not compatible. But I do know it is fixable .22:28
stubblefieldi wonder if the monitor is damaged or something22:29
stubblefieldor the cable22:29
the_count_Bashing-om: Thanks for your help, I'll get it figured out one of these days, it's not super important rightnow.22:30
Bashing-omthe_count_: If ya want to boot Windows, it is important .22:31
the_count_Bashing-om: I don't have any pressing need now, i have got along for three months now, and liking Linux, I had a friend at school that told me all year that I should be using linux and I think I finally made the switch...22:33
the_count_Bashing-om: I don't have anything important there currently.22:33
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Agent1918I'm curious does anyone know how to install Linux on a UEFI system? I can't for the life of me figured that out. It's been some time since I've tried but not sure if there has since been a workaround.22:40
Bashing-omthe_count_: :) I ditched Windows 10 years back - or so ; I have never looked back .22:40
the_count_Bashing-om, I think that'll be me too, and I hope you know, WIndows 10 wasn't around years ago...22:41
kolomboAgent1918, nothing special. just use an installation media created EFI compatible22:42
* wileee evilly cackles while looks at the channel in w1022:42
daftykins!efi | Agent1918 pretty basic22:43
ubottuAgent1918 pretty basic: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI22:43
Bashing-omthe_count_: Different strokes for different folks. My wife recently upgraded to Win10 - graphics work station and Adobe in 'buntu was not cutting it - she likes Win10 .22:43
wileeeBashing-om, Had to a resize in winders so doing an image, than back to home linux. ;)22:44
the_count_Bashing-om: I agree, I would like to try out Windows 10 though, see how it works, etc..22:44
Agent1918Alright, thanks.22:46
Agent1918I'll check it out.22:46
the_count_Anyone here use irssi?22:49
Bashing-omthe_count_: I do  use irssi .22:49
the_count_Bashing-om, I just found it a while ago, how do you use it?22:50
Bashing-omwileee: Is a clutton for punishment . But he has hope yet .22:50
k1l_!irssi | the_count_22:51
ubottuthe_count_: irssi is a terminal based IRC client. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Irssi for help. See also !screen22:51
Bashing-omthe_count_: http://www.andrews-corner.org/ubuntu/irssi.html . irssi is text based and very fast .22:52
the_countBashing-om: I have it oen now22:52
Bashing-omthe_count: There is #irssi on this server, Those folks are friendly too .22:53
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the_countBashing-om: Ok, I found out that I had to /join ubuntu for it to work...22:53
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the_countGot rid of webchat.freenode.net22:54
Bashing-omthe_count: A server thing .. had to connect to the server that #irssi lives on ? type ' /j #irssi ' .22:55
the_countBashing-om: How do you view links from irssi?22:55
Bashing-omthe_count: copy and paste .22:55
bekksthe_count: copy and paste, into the browser of your choice.22:55
LtLthe_count: right-click, choose open link22:56
Bashing-omthe_count: On my system in irssi, a double click on the link "copies" .22:57
LtLI can't imagine having to copy/paste to open a hyperlink.22:58
LtLi also use irssi btw23:00
LtLunless your in a non-gui environment however, you would have to copy/paste i imagine23:01
Bashing-omLtL: Nope, right click highlights much more than the link for me in my irssi client. For me a double click on the link to copy .23:04
LtLBashing-om: if i hover over a proper link, right-click... i get  a menu, i choose open link. ymmv23:05
LtLmy mouse buttons are reversed, but i think right-click is the one, it's left for me.23:07
LtLid shoot myself if i had to copy/paste but thats just me :)23:08
Bashing-omLtL: Maybe the version, as I am still holding onto " Irssi: Client: irssi 0.8.15 (20100403 1617) " :)23:09
LtLBashing-om: i've used irssi for years, they all do it, this i 0.8.17, debian's oem version does it as well as the backport, i cant remember it ever not working23:11
LtLBashing-om: its really odd yours doesn't23:13
Bashing-omLtL: The terminal that irssi is running in has alot to do with it .23:16
LtLBashing-om: i was just going to suggest that23:18
LtLi'm strictly a gnome guy, tried them all23:18
Bashing-omLtL: :) I prefer light and functional . If I do not use it, I do not want it on my system. ( xterm ) for my terminal .23:20
LtLBashing-om: good logic indeed23:22
CantThinkOfANickHow do I make a bootable USB disk (NOT to boot on a mac) on a Mac?23:44
EriC^^use dd23:44
EriC^^dd if=/path/to/iso of=/path/to/disk bs=4M && snc23:44
EriC^^dd if=/path/to/iso of=/path/to/disk bs=4M && sync23:45
EriC^^use sudo23:45
arunsProblem : subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 2 , full text explained at  -- http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=228997423:45
arunsKindly suggest the solution, I am done and exhausted with trials whatever best I know23:46
OerHeksugh ..  "sudo apt-get autoremove python2.7"  > reinstall23:47
OerHeks(after backup your data)23:47
Damianuswhat apppppp23:48
arunsOerHeks: Its not working23:48
Damianusso don't touch it :D23:48
OerHeksaruns, i know, it messed up your system beyond repair.23:48
EriC^^aruns: what does it say?23:49
arunsDo I have to reinstall whole ubuntu 14.04 from scratch?23:49
Bashing-omaruns: ^^ What he says , The heart has been ripped out, Much better to (re-)install to have a solid stable system ( not to mention much much faster ) .23:50
arunsEriC^^, OerHeks , Do I have to reinstall whole ubuntu 14.04 from scratch?23:50
EriC^^aruns: what does the error say? i think somebody bounced right back up from removing python the other day23:50
EriC^^sudo apt-get install python , what does it say?23:51
SolarNRGis ubuntu better than mint?23:51
EriC^^actually i think it would have removed other packages as well, i guess a reinstall is better23:51
Bashing-om!better | SolarNRG23:52
EriC^^unless you get the list of packages it removed and reinstall them ( /var/log/apt/history.log )23:52
LizardmanSCHow do i install Ubuntu? Is it even safe my friend trying to scare me again saying i'll get lock ups and that it might not install it may give an error on installaton because i am on UEFI..23:52
OerHeksEriC^^, all the logs are on http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=228997423:52
OerHeksi think you missed that23:52
EriC^^LizardmanSC: it's pretty safe as long as you have an idea about what you're doing23:53
LizardmanSCwould i get errors or would it be safer to just put the computer in legacy bios mode and allow ubuntu to remove windows23:53
Bashing-om!uefi | LizardmanSC23:53
ubottuLizardmanSC: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI23:53
LizardmanSCeriC^^ i know how to install systems.. I've done it with windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, xp, and ubuntu 10.1023:53
EriC^^uefi works fine with ubuntu, read the above ^23:53
SolarNRGlizardmansc, today I've already installed debian and mint, was considering red hat next, debian's got hardly no gpu driver support, mint is spyware like windows 10 I got banned from mint for accusing the devs of being nsa pawns because they won't share the root password that is on every mint copy23:53
SolarNRGI'm now considering ubuntu because ati supports drivers for it23:54
LizardmanSCSolarNRG is it pretty easy to remove as well?23:54
EriC^^thanks OerHeks23:54
SolarNRGif i were you id make like 4 partitions on your hard drive and test drive a few linuxes so if you ever screw up one copy you've got another backup copy you can fix the other with without having to spend hours reinstallign debian jesse the millionth time23:54
SolarNRGas long as you don't touch windows 10 you're cool23:55
daftykinsthat's rubbish23:55
arunsEriC^^, OerHeks :sudo apt-get install python > http://paste.ubuntu.com/12044584/23:56
OerHeksbut my experience is that removal of python 2.7x is a disaster. manually downloading packages from an other machine as you cannot get a secure connection someway23:56
SolarNRGcan i go su in ubuntu?23:56
SolarNRGmint won't let me23:56
SolarNRGI think that's evil23:56
daftykinsSolarNRG: support questions only, no paranoid delusions please23:57
EriC^^aruns: type sudo dpkg --purge --force-remove-reinstreq ntop23:57
arunsOerHeks, Yes you are right its actually disaster, I paid heavily for it. my gnome and everything imp working environment is reduced to ashes23:57
SolarNRGThis is not a paranoid delusion, if I can't get root access to my own hardware I paid for that to me is a serious security risk23:58
daftykinsyou're showing an obvious misunderstanding of how root functions on ubuntu and its' derivatives23:58
ubottuDo not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo23:58
xangua!noroot | SolarNRG23:58
ubottuSolarNRG: We do not support setting a root password. You're free to do it on your own machine, but please don't offer instructions on how to set a root password or ask for help with setting it. See !root and !wfm for more information.23:58
daftykinsno, the factoids are already above - no need to type the bot triggers again23:59
SolarNRGare you telling me that ubuntu also doesn't let you have root access just like mint?23:59

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