Bashing-omAstronautr: Speak .04:21
Astronautrhey guys, what do you think about cannonical plans about migration on mir server?04:24
lotuspsychjegood morning to all06:23
lotuspsychjehey ObrienDave06:30
lotuspsychjebout to go to the market06:31
ObrienDaveahh, midnight here. having a few beers :)06:31
lotuspsychjelaterz ObrienDave  :p06:33
lordievaderGood morning.08:58
lotuspsychjegood afternoon13:55
lotuspsychjehi pauljw13:55
lotuspsychjesomeone on 15.04 or 15.10 can confirm if startup items list is fully showing on systemd?14:03
lotuspsychjeor does it hide items like on trusty?14:03
TJ-what is 'startup items list' ?14:07
lotuspsychjeTJ-: http://i.stack.imgur.com/10ozn.png14:08
TJ-Sorry, I don't use Gnome/Unity14:09
lotuspsychjeok np14:09
TJ-That's the user session processes?14:09
lotuspsychjeTJ-: what you using to enable/disable systemd processes?14:10
lotuspsychje!info systemctl14:12
ubot5Package systemctl does not exist in vivid14:12
TJ-It's the service control interface for systemd init14:13
TJ-e.g. 'systemctl --user status' or 'sudo systemctl status'14:13
lotuspsychjeim still on trusty, was wondering if it got easier14:13
lotuspsychjeto manage unwanted services14:14
TJ-It's easier thn upstart so far at least14:14
lotuspsychjeok tnx14:15
TJ-'systemctl disable <service> && systemctl stop <service>'14:15
TJ-Here's an example of 'sudo systemctl status' ... very comprehensive: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12282503/14:16
lotuspsychjeknow any GUI for systemctl14:16
lotuspsychjelooks bit like pstree14:17
TJ-contradiction in terms :) command-line is far easier/more powerful/flexible14:17
lotuspsychjeyeah i know but ill work with regular users in the future soon :p14:18
EriC^^TJ-: does any vm support efi properly? i tried vbox with efi enabled but it won't boot for some reason and drops me to a uefi shell, i want to test something and don't want to bork my system during the process21:00
Bashing-omTJ-: ^^ .. IRT ztane ; Could we not do something like ' sudo fsck -b 32768 /dev/sdb5 ' to replace the superblock ?21:03
EriC^^hmm it wasn't in the efibootmgr list, i chrooted and grub-install'd and now it's there, now to reboot and see if it will boot it21:03
EriC^^i think it doesn't like shimx64.efi i tried to chainload it without luck but grubx64.efi boots fine21:08
EriC^^will switch those in the efibootmgr if it is sticking21:08
EriC^^seems to reset the efibootmgr on reboot, there's a hard drive ACPI though, anyways it's fine21:10
EriC^^j #linux22:48

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