mocxzhelloo guys00:11
mocxzim new in ubuntu00:11
mocxzcan we learn together ?00:12
nicomachuswelcome. this is a place to come to when you have problems, not just to learn.00:12
nicomachusalthough lurking and seeing how other common problems are fixed can help you learn.00:12
Bashing-ommocxz: Sure, We are all in this together, Ask your question of the moment.00:13
staticagemocxz, have you considered searching for tutorials on youtube?00:17
mocxzthanks guys00:17
mocxzyou are so kind00:17
mocxzi just install ubuntu today00:18
nicomachusthere are also very helpful communities on reddit, 4chan, stackexchange, and other similar forums.00:18
daftykinsfree course on edx.org too00:18
staticagemocx, what version of ubuntu did you install?00:18
mocxzhow to check ?00:18
daftykinscat /etc/issue00:19
mocxzi just remember ubuntu desktop 1400:19
staticagetop right corner next to the clock00:19
staticagethere is a gear icon00:19
staticageclick on that and then click about computer00:19
mocxzUbuntu 14.04.2 LTS00:19
mocxzomg this channel so manny kind ppl00:20
mocxzverry2 helpfull00:20
nicomachusdaftykins: /g/ added a link to a nice codecademy course too for command line.00:20
daftykinsslash g?00:20
nicomachuson the /flt/: https://www.codecademy.com/en/courses/learn-the-command-line00:20
nicomachus4chan's tech board. one of the only one's I can stand browsing.00:20
daftykinsah not a place i'd consider going00:21
nicomachusheh. yea... they have that reputation.00:21
staticagemocxz, daftykins' suggestion would have also worked. (cat /etc/issue) you would have to do it in terminal/tty00:21
mocxzi just install xubuntu session00:21
mocxzand i want to remove it00:21
mocxzbut i dont know00:22
daftykinsis it doing you any harm?00:22
pentesteris there a repo to install gnome 3.18 in 15.0400:28
pauljwpentester: that's a question for #ubuntu00:29
nicomachuswell pauljw he's in luck, cuz that's where he is.00:29
pentesterThis is #ubuntu00:29
pauljwoops pentester : #ubuntu+100:29
pentesterdoes anyone know how to upgrade to gnome 3.1800:30
ratracepauljw: ubuntu+1 is 15.1000:30
daftykinsnah 15.04 is current, but anything you need from PPAs - PPAs aren't supported so you have to find one yourself00:30
daftykinspentester: ^00:30
pauljwsorry, my bad,00:30
pentesteron gnome.org they only mention downloading a suse live image00:31
daftykinsright so maybe you can't get it00:32
pentesteri was hoping to test it out and see if the screen tearing is gone00:33
nicomachusdoesn't look like it's available for 15.04 yet.00:33
nicomachusI found a 3.16 install guide, but they mention that 3.18 isn't even slated to show in 15.10 right away.00:34
pentesterim just going to dl the suse iso00:36
daftykinspentiumone133: tearing on what? intel?00:40
daftykinsoh wrong user00:42
daftykinspentiumone133: sorry00:42
nicomachustabbin too fast00:43
asklepianwell, I made it00:47
asklepianI have to say that was the easiest linux install on a mac I've ever done00:48
asklepianliterally, wow00:48
daftykinsso my idea worked huh?00:49
daftykinsaww yeah \o/00:49
asklepianjust installed dkms00:49
asklepianthen the driver00:49
daftykinssmug mode engaged00:49
asklepianand I was off to the races00:49
SANGMPgood morning00:49
asklepiannow, I just have to figure out how to get this magic mouse to pair00:50
daftykinswell dist-upgrade first00:50
asklepiancuz the default instructions on wiki.ubuntu aren't working00:50
daftykinsyou'll be quite out of date right now for installing .100:50
daftykins"sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade"00:50
asklepiando I have to worry about editing the /etc/apt/sources.list file like in debian?00:51
daftykinsyou don't edit that file...00:52
asklepianI mean like adding contrib or non-free repositories00:52
asklepian(don't know much about ubuntu)00:52
daftykinsGUI for that these days00:52
daftykinsand it'd be universe + multiverse00:53
asklepiangood lord, I am out of date00:54
asklepianso many DL's00:54
daftykinsmight have to re-do your install for the 3.13.0-63 kernel after this00:54
daftykins(wifi driver)00:55
asklepianuh oh00:55
asklepianbut it didn't build before00:55
daftykinsthat was on the 3.1900:55
asklepianI'm not familiar with what's what00:56
asklepianthis is my first time using ubuntu00:56
daftykinsit'll be fine then ;)00:56
asklepianso, what am I upgrading to, if not the latest?00:57
daftykinstrusty = 14.04 = 3.13 kernel00:57
daftykinsvivid = 15.04 = 3.19 kernel00:58
asklepianbut the iso I was booting on was 14.04.300:58
daftykins14.04.3 came with the vivid HWE stack, i.e. the 3.19 kernel00:58
asklepiangot it00:58
ubottuOn 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.00:58
daftykinsthat is still old :(00:58
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack01:00
asklepianok, where do I go in this thing to change my control key to the super key?01:02
Rimannim trying to replace WINE 64 bit with WINE 32 bit can someone tell me how to easily do this in terminal?01:02
TJ-daftykins: I only found that because I decided to read ubottu's factoids list... boredom does strange things!01:02
daftykinsTJ-: :D gj!01:02
asklepianand, seriously, who has a server in grenada?01:03
asklepianmind = blown01:04
daftykinsspanish folks i guess01:04
asklepianlol, we don't speak spanish01:04
tuxedo_yo soy01:04
tuxedo_yp si01:04
daftykinsthats where the real Grenada is01:04
nicomachusyo tambien01:04
tuxedo_yo si01:04
asklepianthe REAL grenada01:04
nicomachusRimann: why are you trying to replace with 32 bit?01:04
asklepianexcuse me01:04
Rimannbecause it wont allow me to install .NET 4001:05
asklepiannot gren-ah-da01:05
nicomachusRimann: try this: http://wiki.winehq.org/FAQ#32_bit_wineprefix01:05
asklepianthe first is in spain01:05
asklepianthe second is in the Caribbean01:05
bazhang!ot | asklepian01:06
ubottuasklepian: #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!01:06
sexywoodenspoonHey all, got postfix running under Ubuntu and it's working nicely01:07
sexywoodenspoonThe only issue I'm encountering is that the rules in virtual maps aren't processed in any order...01:07
sexywoodenspoondaftykins: no worries,01:08
sexywoodenspoondaftykins: thanks01:08
Rimannnicomachus i just get this output wine: chdir to /path/to/wineprefix : No such file or directory01:08
TJ-sexywoodenspoon: the rules are processed in the order they're compiled into the database01:08
sexywoodenspoonTJ-: Yeah I thought that, reordered them and the same output occurs01:09
vividRimann: shouldnt it be obvious that /path/to/wineprefix isnt a real directory?01:09
Rimannvivid : duh, that what i get for not reading the text before copy and pasting it. Ubuntu noob here01:10
nicomachusRimann: we were all noobs once. some of us still are (me)01:10
sexywoodenspoonTJ-: yeah tried reordering and rerunning postmap /etc/postfix/virtual - no joy01:11
sexywoodenspoon#ubuntu-server I guess?01:11
TJ-sexywoodenspoon: lets use that channel to discuss it01:11
sexywoodenspoonTJ-: Sure, cheers!01:12
Rimannnicomachus: another noob question, ive done this once or twice already but how do i find the path again?01:15
asklepianok, where do I go to change the shortcuts?01:18
Bashing-omRimann: Terminal command ' echo $PATH ' to see what is set .01:19
pauljwasklepian: system settings; keyboard; shortcuts01:21
Taoist1351anyone chat?01:28
asklepianI dunno, maybe?01:28
Taoist1351I just see a bunch of people joining and leaving01:29
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asklepianif you're looking for chat try !ot01:29
Bashing-omTaoist1351: Our Chat-chat is on #ubuntu-offtopic , here is support channel .01:29
Taoist1351im actually new to irc01:29
Taoist1351i was looking for a general chat room over irc01:30
bazhang#ubuntu-offtopic Taoist135101:31
HackerIIclick it01:31
asklepianwith your mouse01:31
lagboxi dont have a mouse :(01:31
ratraceI clicked it and nothing happened...01:32
sexywoodenspoonTaoist1351: Welcome to IRC ;)01:33
Taoist1351whats a mouse?01:34
Taoist1351jkjk i got it01:34
dika_how to change wallpaper in ubuntu ?? :-D #test01:35
jr_I'm trying to install libgtk-x11-2.0 but can't find it in synaptic package manager. Can anyone help me figure out what to do?01:36
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catalepsic /quit01:36
underd0gjr_: try and do sudo apt-get install libgtk-xll-2.001:36
icewalkeris apache 2.2 not support %[format]% logging. i tried change Timestamp including millisecond change %t to  "%{%d/%b/%Y %T}t.%{msec_frac}t %{%z}t"01:36
jr_underd0g: I tried thar01:37
daftykinsicewalker: their docs would answer that01:37
underd0gjr_; go to the website and download a tar ball01:37
jr_underd0g: thanks. is there any particular sequence of actions I need to take in order to install it?01:37
underd0gjr_: then exttract it and run it01:37
Taoist1351anyone do python programming? and know a good program. I learned c++ now on to python01:38
icewalkerbut it does not seem to work 2.2 and it works in 2.401:38
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underd0gjr_: let me know if you need help01:38
daftykinsTaoist1351: find a python channel01:38
icewalkerit documented in http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_log_config.html  in apache 2.201:38
Taoist1351will do!01:39
OerHeksjr_, that is part of http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/amd64/libgtk2.0-0/filelist01:39
asklepiandaftykins, any other most excellent tips?01:39
icewalkermaybe the doc is wrong and it only supported in 2.3 onwards01:39
icewalkerany ideas?01:39
daftykinsasklepian: err you really need a scenario or question beforehand01:40
daftykinsicewalker: apache channel? :D01:40
icewalkeri have tested the time format in 2.2 and 2.4, and it only work in 2.4 not 2.201:40
daftykinsor logs if it's tripping on that01:40
asklepianok, so I got the mouse working easily after the updae01:41
asklepianand I didn't have to rebuild my wifi drivers01:41
yigalicewalker: my apologies I may be able to help but I just got into the channel, what issue are you facing?01:41
icewalkerbeen waiting for feedback in that apache channel for sometime now, so though i this channel maybe some would know01:41
asklepianbut how do I use natural scrolling with my mouse?01:41
asklepianI selected it, and it works with my trackpad, but not my mouse01:41
daftykinsno idea with that fruity tech stuff.01:42
daftykinsi'd use a real mouse and have done with it *whistle*01:42
yigalI use a Wacom pad/pen for my mouse it's nice01:43
yigalunderd0g: you in!01:44
underd0gyigal: thanks01:44
yigalunderd0g: anytime :)01:44
daftykinsdon't use this channel for tests in future though01:45
underd0gdaftykins: got it01:46
icewalkeryigal: any ideas why apache 2.2  %{format}t not working? only work in 2.4 in my test case01:46
yigalicewalker: So this is in respect to logging?01:46
icewalkeryes, mod_log...01:47
icewalkeryigal: related  to e %{format}t section in doc01:48
icewalkeryigal: try changing logformat form  "%t"  to "%{%d/%b/%Y %T}t.%{msec_frac}t %{%z}t" or "{msec}t" none work in 2.2 only work in 2.401:49
yigalicewalker: you've read the restrictions extended strftime(3) is only available for >= 2.2.3001:49
icewalkeryes, i saw that but unclear about that01:50
yigalicewalker: what version of Apache are you using?01:50
icewalkerso it only work in 2.2.30 onwards01:50
yigalicewalker: yes01:50
yigalicewalker: that's strftime formatting so I suspect that's likely the issue01:50
icewalkerok, i just need to confirm that. i proper test on prior version  2.2.3001:51
yigalicewalker: as daftykins suggested the best bet is to hit up Apache directly, but use #httpd01:52
yigalicewalker: Apache does quite a lot of open source projects these days01:52
qbonitoAvestruzHi all right with you? I have a problem with the sound via HDMI . On windows 10/7 functions normally. What can I be doing ??01:52
icewalkeryigal: yep, i tested in 2.2.23 and not 2.2.30 onwards01:53
daftykinswhat graphics provides the HDMI port?01:53
daftykinsis it a TV or a monitor?01:53
yigalicewalker: cool man, let us know how it goes01:53
icewalkerthat why it didn't work.01:53
qbonitoAvestruzTV Monitor01:53
qbonitoAvestruzSyncMaster P2270HN bro01:53
yigalicewalker: np01:53
daftykinsi'm not your brother :)01:53
daftykinsso, graphics hardware?01:53
qbonitoAvestruzgraphics OK01:54
qbonitoAvestruzi play ... work...01:54
daftykinsno what is it? AMD? intel? nvidia?01:54
qbonitoAvestruzthe sound NOT work  HDMI so you do not ubuntu . It works windows. but you do not And my brother , but AND A gentle way to treat the other . -.-01:55
qbonitoAvestruzAMD r7 260x01:55
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daftykinsthat's some terrible English01:56
urbrotherhey it's me ur brother01:56
yigaldaftykins: lol01:56
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daftykinsqbonitoAvestruz: look into the radeon.audio kernel parameter, or install proprietary drivers01:56
qbonitoAvestruzhow to delete/reinstall the driver?01:57
daftykinswhich one are you using?01:58
daftykinsfollow the above before you mess with drivers01:58
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qbonitoAvestruzAMD fglrx01:59
yigalqbonitoAvestruz: follow http://askubuntu.com/questions/67113/no-sound-on-hdmi-with-radeon-driver as daftykins suggested sir, and let us know what you find.02:00
daftykinsthen... and only then... can we proceed *dons shades*02:01
icewalkeryigal: where can i find the info on restrictions extended strftime(3)?  i though i came across it some where before.02:01
qbonitoAvestruztkz... one question02:02
qbonitoAvestruzWhat kind of problem because IT? Incompatibility would it be?02:02
yigalicewalker: basically the man page, http://linux.die.net/man/3/strftime02:02
yigalicewalker: man 3 strftime02:03
daftykinsqbonitoAvestruz: sorry you don't make any sense02:03
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icewalkeryigal: ok, but that doesn't have any info about apache >= 2.2.3002:08
yigalicewalker: it doesn't it just shows the specification02:08
yigalicewalker: what version of Apache are you currently running?02:08
icewalker2.2.23 and .29  and 2.402:09
daftykinsso doesn't meet the requirements for the option you're trying to use?02:09
yigalicewalker: right so unfortunately I'm not certain the limitations on 2.23 and 2.29 but as you're awawre < 2.30 which is known to allow for full strftime formatting, which you're using02:10
yigalicewalker: it stands to reason that 2.4 works and the others don't02:10
qbonitoAvestruzSound STILL bad02:12
daftykinsthe above variable probably doesn't work with fglrx then02:12
icewalkeryigal: never tried 2.3 before.  so, it strtime works with apache >=2.3 or 2.2.30 onwards?02:12
yigalicewalker: yes, that is what I suspect from the notes provided in the docs.02:13
yigalicewalker: if you have 2.4 available I would just stick with that, Apache 2.4 is far more robust than 2.202:13
icewalkeryigal: unfornate unable to upgrade some 2.2 to 2.4 yet.02:14
yigalicewalker: what version of Ubuntu are you for Apache 2.2?02:15
qbonitoAvestruzI'll have to use the update driver or Xorg?02:15
yigals/you/& on/02:15
icewalkeryigal: i see it now in the doc02:16
yigalicewalker: cool02:16
daftykinsgbell: i would google "ubuntu version fglrx hdmi audio"02:17
daftykinsno idea02:17
daftykinsgah tricked again02:17
daftykinsgbell: sorry bad highlight02:17
daftykinsqbonitoAvestruz: ^02:17
yigaldaftykins: don't do a yigal02:17
icewalkeryigal: it said "The extended strftime(3) tokens are available in 2.2.30 and later." this want i saw before and could find it.02:18
icewalkers/this want/this is what i/02:18
icewalkers/this want/this is what i and couldn't find it/02:18
qbonitoAvestruzqual desses devo baixar? http://support.amd.com/pt-br/download/desktop?os=Ubuntu+x86+6402:19
yigaldaftykins: the last time we were on at the same time I referenced you a couple times when I was intending the person with the issue02:19
yigalicewalker: lol, cool man02:19
daftykinsoh right, i've slept since then.02:19
yigaldaftykins: lol02:19
asklepianso, I used the instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro11-1/Saucy02:20
asklepianbut when I reboot, I don't see the option to boot into Mac OS X02:20
qbonitoAvestruzWhat should I download ? http://support.amd.com/pt-br/download/desktop?os=Ubuntu+x86+6402:20
daftykinsasklepian: hold left alt02:20
daftykinsafter the chime02:20
yigalqbonitoAvestruz: hi friend I'm not trying to assume much here but I suspect you should go to #ubuntu-es as they'll likely be able to provide better support02:24
yigalqbonitoAvestruz: the language barrier appears to be unfortunately quite a tall one at this point02:25
AzthNew Release | avant-garde, electroacoustic, musique concrete, drone | [The Spark of Omnipotence - https://archive.org/details/the-spark-of-omnipotence ]02:27
daftykinsAzth: ?02:28
yigaladvertising in IRC that's nearly a first, why not02:28
Azth<daftykins>  it is music02:29
daftykinsyeah don't do it again.02:29
yigalall powerful by the title at least02:30
asklepianok, now I'm back on MAC OS X but I can't reboot into ubuntu02:31
daftykinslike i said hold left alt after the chime02:32
asklepianonly the mac partition comes up02:32
asklepian...which works great when I want to get from ubuntu to the mac02:33
daftykinssometimes it takes a mo02:33
asklepianok, brb02:33
yigalwe'll be waiting?02:33
daftykinsi won't (:02:34
yigalthat's the spirit!02:35
asklepianok, I waited 5 full minutes02:41
asklepianit never came up02:41
asklepianI also double checked the grub files before I rebooted02:41
asklepianthey're exactly as specified on the instruction02:42
daftykinswell most guides refer to one of rEFInd or rEFIt to install a working bootloader, i forget which was newer or whether either is relevant for you02:42
daftykinsright but you followed a guide for saucy02:42
yigalMR: good question02:44
Major_RamseyI thought so02:45
daftykinslacks some key ingredients though: words02:45
Major_RamseyTrue, True... But I find words overrated though  ;)02:45
yigaldaftykins: gets right to the emotion02:45
asklepianrefind works like a charm02:46
asklepianthis has been infinitely easier than my other linux attempts02:46
asklepianI'm genuinely impressed02:46
yigalasklepian: I started more than a decade ago and I agree sir, or well the last install was much easier than those days02:47
yigalasklepian: especially on a laptop02:47
asklepiannow I just gotta learn ubuntu02:48
asklepianincidentally, all that privacy stuff I heard02:48
asklepianwhat's the deal with that?02:48
Bashing-om!fud | asklepian02:49
ubottuasklepian: Please do not fall prey to, or spread FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) - it is not welcome here!  Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_uncertainty_and_doubt02:49
yigalasklepian: I'm not certain what you're referring to?02:49
asklepiannot sure what to make of the fud comment02:50
asklepianI'm just asking a question02:50
yigalasklepian: I'll need more info. to answer with something reasonable :)02:50
asklepianI'm referring to all the news that came out about ubuntu and privacy issues02:50
Major_RamseyWhat's in the news?02:50
asklepianthis was a while ago02:51
yigalasklepian: in relation to Windows 10 I think MS has that beat by a few magnitudes02:51
asklepianwhen I was first researching linux and different distros02:51
Bashing-omasklepian: Sorry a bit way to much, The point is the " privacy stuff ' is much much over rated . Your privacy on 'buntu (unity) is contollable by you .02:51
yigalasklepian: likely the use of the Amazon lens in Unity02:52
Major_RamseyPrivacy issues with the company or the software?02:52
asklepianI don't remember exactly, I jsut remember it turned me off of ubuntu for several years02:52
daftykinsasklepian: essentially a bunch of tinfoil hat wearers had a good cry over amazon searches, which can be turned off02:53
yigalyah 2013 Stallman went berzerker on Ubuntu02:53
daftykinsnothing much else to it02:53
yigalbut relative to the existing market Ubuntu is better than most imo02:53
asklepianyeah, I never tried it before but this install...02:54
asklepianon a macbook pro02:54
asklepianshould've tried it sooner02:54
asklepiana LOT sooner02:54
Major_RamseyAre you using Unity?02:54
CaySo I have apparently destroyed something in my X install, at this point it would be easier to just reinstall but I've stored a lot of stuff on the partition I'd rather not have to copy back to it02:54
asklepianwhatever the default is02:55
asklepianprobably, yeah02:55
yigalCay: sounds interesting02:55
Cayis there an easy way to repair/overwrite root but leave my user alone?02:55
yigalCay: what did you do?02:55
yigalCay: a reinstall02:55
CayBuilt wine 32bit without chroot02:55
yigalCay: but let's see if there's a better method02:55
CayI have ssh access02:55
daftykinsCay: can't just reinstall ubuntu-desktop?02:55
Major_RamseyI recommend MATE over Unity. You should check it out.02:55
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Guest66895at boot time several networkmanager scripts start but they have no time limit which results in networkmanager trying to start services endlessly and consequently the boot process  does not continues. where do i set limits to networkmanager scripts?02:56
Guest33831am new to linux .. and loving it so far02:56
yigalCay: that shouldn't mess with X, so you have no X after the build?02:56
Caydaftykins, I honestly don't know. Usually I could debug this by looking at /var/logs/Xorg.0.log02:56
Caybut there are _no_ errors there02:56
daftykins/var/log/ :>02:56
vrihadarthaHi Major_Ramsey does MATE runs smoothly on 2 GB RAM with no dedicated graphics ?02:56
daftykinsvrihadartha: should do02:56
Cayyigal, starts a white blank screen and won't progress past that02:56
Caydaftykins, :P02:56
daftykinstried nomodeset?02:56
yigalCay: creating a new user and logging in, does that work?02:56
vrihadarthaUnity is too heavy on my system02:57
Major_Ramsey2GB shouldn't be a problem, I'm running it on a Virtual Machine with 2GB.02:57
daftykinsxubuntu is fine on 2GB02:57
Cayyigal, haven't tried02:57
yigalCay: likely a good bet02:57
vrihadarthaI use Lubuntu as of now02:57
Major_RamseyMind you, I'm not ramping up the graphics on it either.02:57
vrihadarthabut gotta try MATE and Xubuntu02:57
vrihadarthathanks y'all02:57
CayI shall give that a shot02:57
yigalCay: cool, gl sir02:57
Caybut I think I probably nuked a 64bit lib with an i386 lib that I shouldn't have02:57
Cayoh wait02:58
Caythat's not going to work02:58
CayI never get to a login screen before it crashes02:58
TJ-Cay: check the logs in /var/log/lightdm/ also $HOME/.xsession-errors02:58
Cayit flashes (starting X) then straight to a white screen02:58
vrihadarthaI am on a 64-bit CPU but I use a 32-bit Lubuntu, is that gonna cause a problem?02:58
Major_Ramseyhttp://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2014/08/install-mate-desktop-ubuntu-14-04-lts ------ This should help you install it and then you can switch back and forth between MATE and Unity02:58
vrihadarthaThanks Major_Ramsey02:58
daftykinsor just install ubuntu MATE ed02:59
yigalCay: as daftykins suggested I would just do a force reinstall of the ubuntu desktop meta-packages02:59
Cayyigal, would you happen to have a cli command at hand for me to do that?02:59
Major_RamseyNo problemo!02:59
TJ-the meta-packages aren't going to fix broken libraries; that'd need a reinstall of the libraries themselves02:59
daftykinswe didn't know that bit at that point03:00
yigalCay: sudo apt-get --reinstall ubuntu-dekstop03:00
Caycool thanks man, also TJ- that's the log file I was looking for!03:00
Major_RamseyBed time for me - Good luck Vrihadartha03:00
Cayfinally some errors03:01
Cayone last question before I reinstall that03:03
CayXIO:  fatal IO error 6 (No such device or address) on X server ":0"03:03
Caydoes it clear out the xorg.conf?03:03
Cay(or whatever ubu uses for that)03:03
daftykinsyou never have a xorg.conf typically.03:03
yigalCay: that just means :0 the default display isn't working03:03
yigaloh wait?03:04
yigalCay: yah, I suspect that's what is going on there03:04
Caystill go forward with the --reinstall03:05
yigalCay: yes03:05
Cayk just wanted to make sure03:05
yigalCay: it won't touch your user's home dir, so should be good03:05
Cayyigal, please bare with me: E: Command line option --reinstall is not understood03:07
Guest66895at boot time several networkmanager scripts start but they have no time limit which results in networkmanager trying to start services endlessly and consequently the boot process  does not continue. where do i set limits to networkmanager scripts?03:07
Guest66895number of tries or time-outs03:07
Caydropped the dashes and no dice03:07
yigalCay: can you please pastebin the whole thing?03:08
yigalCay: http://paste.ubuntu.com/03:08
Cayyigal, xsession-errors or the command?03:08
Cayit looks like it needs to be apt-get install --reinstall03:09
yigalCay: yes, sorry if that's not what I wrote03:09
Cayno worries03:09
Cayit's running now03:09
yigalCay: good03:09
Cay(sometimes it's easier to ask for the fish when it's not on the first google page)03:10
yigalCay: what version of Ubuntu are you running?03:10
Cay15.04 (kubuntu also)03:10
TechspectreIs Wine capable of direct access to USB devices? For instance, can I install a gaming mouse config program in Wine and have it work?03:11
Cay(and yeah I had enough foresight to reinstall kubuntu-desktop not ubuntu-desktop)03:11
asklepianis there a solid ubuntu textbook out there03:11
CayTechspectre, yes it is!03:11
asklepianthat would have everything from easy beginner stuff to advanced?03:11
TechspectreCay, thanks, I'll give it a shot03:11
yigalCay: the placement of the '--reinstall' command before the install works on my 15.04 box, so?03:12
yigalCay: what ever works03:13
Caythe command you sent before didn't have install in it just --reinstall03:14
Caythat's why I was confused03:14
yigalCay: yah that's confusing :D03:14
Caylooks like it's done03:15
Bashing-om!manual | asklepian03:15
ubottuasklepian: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/03:15
yigalCay: sorry it's wine and ice cream on Fridays03:15
yigalCay: any better, or the same bad, any logs?03:16
Cay:D hey, have some extra for me that looks like it did the trick03:16
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yigalCay: awesome man, I hope so03:16
CayFuture note to anyone supporting 32bit software bugs, remember to chroot :(03:18
yigalCay: what hardware are you doing this on?03:18
yigalCay: 64bit, just 32 bit wine as usual?03:19
Cay64bit, most peoples systems are 64bit this day so I'm trying to get it closer to a multilib build at this very moment03:19
Cay(it mostly is, but there is some network interfaces that aren't playing nice and the build itself is completely not. but look at libgnutls-26)03:20
TechspectreCay, the config program did install flawlessly, but it says the mouse is not connected. Is there anything I should do to give access to the mouse?03:21
n_blownaparthello I cannot get my background color to change. I select black in background, and it remains purple for all eternity. I have a photo centered that I want to keep. what the hell is the problem? thanks03:21
Caywhich is where all this stemmed from, sony use an archaic tls call to contact out to it's server. Well ubu doesn't really support 26 anymore but wine is statically linked to it... anyways just been a stressful day03:21
CayTechspectre, you're on ubu right? It should see it by itself03:22
TechspectreCay, yes I'm on 15.04. It doesn't see it, though.03:22
yigalCay: interesting, sorry it caused a stressful day03:22
n_blownapartanyone know why the background color refuses to change? I rebooted to no avail.03:23
n_blownapartthe color I want is selected within the "Lock Screen," next to the Background Screen.03:25
CayTechspectre, I am thinking about usb harddrives, but either way the usb support is routed through the system usb controller03:25
Cayso if ubu can't read the hardware than wine won't be able to03:25
TechspectreCay, well the mouse does work in Ubuntu. I'm using it as we speak.03:25
Caybut if you want to build a config script that connects to the mouse wine should have keypress inputs03:25
TechspectreIt's just, the software in Wine doesn't pull it up for configuration.03:25
Caylikely it won't find it if it's not finding it now :(03:26
TechspectreAwh, that's a shame. Looked like it would work, too. Software installed perfectly.03:26
TechspectreOh well.03:26
cr45hanyone ever setup an ip cam running linux?03:41
asklepianwhy does steam appear in the software centerbut I don't have the optino to install it?03:41
Bashing-omasklepian: Partener repo enabled in software Center ?03:46
Rimannhow do i find the path to wineprefix?03:47
wiltors42Hi I have just set up two monitors on one graphics card one dvi and one vga but my VGA monitor is having problems with its horizontal alignment. The right half of the screen is blank and the left half is cut off03:49
wiltors42I try to adjust the horizontal monitor settings but it doesn't reach the edge03:49
eloszwhen i do cp source.txt /tmp/asds/ , when /tmp/asds/ doesn't exist, how does cp give error message like cannot create regular file '/tmp/asds/ :not a directory03:50
TJ-wiltors42: that sounds as if the VGA device isn't providing the correct mode info to the PC, via EDID. Check in "/var/log/Xorg.0.log"03:50
tylerco1748 people and no one is talking?03:55
asklepianwhy does steam appear in the software centerbut I don't have the optino to install it?03:55
daftykinssudo apt-get install steam03:55
daftykinstylerco: because it's a support channel, not a chat one.03:56
daftykinsthe topic is the clue03:56
wiltors42TJ: what setting am I looking for and how do I change it03:56
asklepianalso, what daftykins just said is another clue03:56
wiltors42Earlier I was trying to use two separate video cards but I couldn't get them both to display simultaneously. One is NVIDIA and the other is AMD03:58
daftykinsoof, the two sworn enemies03:58
daftykinsthat is not a setup i would put effort into :)03:58
tylercoI guess I just expected more people talking regardless. I mean 1746 is bigger then some towns. My bad03:58
daftykinswell either ask a support question or move it on to #ubuntu-offtopic :)03:59
wiltors42Well now im trying to use them both in one card03:59
daftykinsone card? that's not possible03:59
ObrienDavebrave man ;P03:59
asklepiandid you glue them together?03:59
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wiltors42They're both plugged into one card and it works but the VGA monitor is misaligned04:00
daftykinswhat are 'both' plugged into one card?04:00
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samthewildonehaving trouble with my autostart program.04:02
samthewildoneI added the command I wanted from the "startup applications", rebooted and nothing happened.04:02
daftykinshmm bit of alignment there04:03
wiltors42I try changing the alignment on the monitor settings but it doesn't reach the edge04:03
daftykinsif that's VGA, hit the sync button04:03
daftykinsor 'auto'04:03
wiltors42This is what the auto settings are04:03
daftykinsso did you share the Xorg.0.log yet?04:03
daftykinsto be quite honest VGA in 2015 is not cool04:04
asklepianso, I did install steam04:04
asklepianbut I don't se it anywheres04:04
daftykinsclick the dash top left then type steam04:05
asklepiandaftykins, did that04:05
daftykinsit may take a while on first run04:05
asklepianit's uhhh04:06
asklepiannot coming up04:06
daftykinslook for a process04:06
daftykinsps -ef | grep steam04:06
asklepiandaftykins, it's there04:07
daftykinsmem or CPU usage changing?04:07
asklepianalso, is there a good paste ubuntu command line tool?04:07
asklepiannot changing, no04:08
daftykinskill it and run it from a terminal, should give output04:08
asklepiansudo killall steam returns 'no process found'04:10
MannyLNJGood morning04:11
daftykinsi can't see from here04:11
asklepianimma reboot04:11
daftykinsquitter :(04:11
wiltors42So if anyone knows what's wrong with my xorg let me know04:13
daftykinswiltors42: you didn't share the log!04:13
daftykinsand avoid VGA, we're in 2015 :)04:13
wiltors42I did04:14
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DDRHi all. I have a program which is crashing when it loads a file, but I don't know what file. Is there any way to print out a list of files which a program *had* open?04:17
abb0so is there a way to open select file types in ubuntu and set it so the application your choosing to open with is the new default app for that file type. ive never realized it till now and i know about the videos/pictures/music/documents default application settings but that doesnt take care of individual file types.04:19
wiltors42Not sure what's wrong. Did that link send thru ok?04:24
abb0nevermind i found a workaround04:26
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DDRIn response to my previous question, "strace".04:29
samthewildonewhat are the "drm-intel" kernels ?04:36
gamesbrainiacHi folks! If any of you use redis, what PPA do you use? I04:36
sagazdemaisscree -x04:38
sagazdemaisscreen -x04:38
vickycqIs there a 'snapshot' repo for ubuntu which represents a mirror state in the past, say at day X hour Y, like snapshot.debian.org?04:43
ObrienDaveyes, i can't think of the name. sec...04:46
ObrienDave'back in time' comes to mind. still checking04:47
vickycqFor example, in debian I can specify deb http://snapshot.debian.org/archive/debian/20150905T033133Z/ testing main, which repesent the exact mirror state for testing at 2015-09-05, 03:31:33 UTC04:48
ObrienDavetimeshift for ubuntu04:48
ObrienDavemore like Win system restore04:48
ObrienDaveor, http://askubuntu.com/questions/424225/setting-up-lvm-snapshot-as-a-backup-restore-point-in-ubuntu04:49
vickycqOK thanks! I'll check it out.04:49
zykotick9ObrienDave: ahhh, different type of "snapshot"...  vickycq was asking about the Ubuntu repo, not the local system.  /me hasn't heard of an ubuntu 'snapshot' repo...04:50
TechMongercan someone help me understand the diference between installing ubuntu on a usb or runing it live off a usb?05:13
TechMongersomehow running it live takes up less space05:13
ObrienDavelive has no "persistence"05:13
ObrienDaveit does not retain settings or what you install05:14
TechMongerbut when i burnt the iso i left space on the usb drive to hold stuff05:14
TechMongerand i can install stuff on it now05:14
TechMongerand they stay05:14
TechMongerbut i still run it live05:14
ObrienDavethat is NOT a LiveCD system. you installed it to the USB. that's just like your HD install05:15
TechMongeri tried to install to it but it wasnt big enough05:15
TechMongerwhen it boots it still promps to install or run live05:15
ObrienDaveok, that was done using unetbootin or something similar. that adds persistence05:16
cfhowlettTechno in other words ... it's a  boot USB and NOT an installed OS05:16
cfhowletttrue ^^^05:16
TechMongerwtf is that05:16
cfhowlett!wtf | TechMonger05:16
ubottuTechMonger: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList05:16
ObrienDavegoogle it05:17
wileeeTechMonger, the live is an packed iso and configs saved. That save is not easily cleanable and fills up IE "persistance" has limitations, an install is an install HD or usb.05:17
ObrienDaveor you used Yumi, LinuxPenInstall05:17
TechMongerstartup disk creator05:18
TechMongercame with ubuntu05:18
ObrienDavethat will do the same05:18
TechMongeri burned lubuntu05:18
TechMongerthe install was like 4.7 gig and i only have a 4gig usb05:18
tonyyarussoObrienDave, TechMonger: I think recent versions of the Ubuntu images even work with just dd, like Debian ones.05:19
TechMongerso i just run live05:19
ObrienDavetonyyarusso, sounds correct05:19
TechMongerso why is the OS bigger when you install vs the bootable live version?05:21
TechMongeryou can do all the same stuff from what i can tell05:21
TechMongerwhat is missing with the live version?05:21
wileeean uppacked OS05:22
cfhowlettTechMonger, and your .config files05:22
lesamouraiProblem with  aquarius ubuntu E5 phone , it entered reboot loop and I was asked to reflash it. Phone never gets booted completely , so any possible solutions?05:27
cfhowlett!touch | lesamourai05:28
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vickycqDoes ubuntu 15.04 use systemd's 'predictable name for network interfaces', like 'wlp6s0' instead of wlan0?05:30
akikvickycq: no05:34
vickycqakik, Thanks.05:34
supermanoghi everyoe05:38
nameuser_hi there!05:40
akikvickycq: you can enable the predictable names with net.ifnames=1 on the grub kernel line05:43
akikvickycq: and emptying /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules and restricting that files edits with chattr +i /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules05:44
vickycqakik: Thanks, excellent tips!05:44
akikvickycq: i wasn't aware that that system is under systemd rule05:45
vickycqakik, I am helping a friend with 15.04 over the internet and I need to make sure not to give him wrong commands.05:46
ObrienDavehave them install an IRC client and join us here05:48
akiki'm not sure if this is more predictable name or not for a usb wlan stick; it was wlan1 and now it's wlp0s29u1u2 :P05:50
vickycqIf it wasn't for predictable names I just need to tell him 'gimme the output of 'nmcli dev show wlan0'' Now I have to ask him to verify the interface name first.05:53
vickycqSurely it's hard to predict a name like 'wlp0s29u1u2' :-D05:54
akikip -f inet addr show05:56
vickycqakik, Thanks. The 'ip' command is awesome.06:00
kubuntu_i'm downgrading back to 15.04. i get this message:06:02
kubuntu_sysvinit-utils : Breaks: util-linux (< 2.26.2-3) but 2.25.2-4ubuntu3 is installed.06:02
kubuntu_what does this mean exactly?06:02
lotuspsychjekubuntu_: you cant downgrade ubuntu, reinstall fresh instead06:04
kubuntu_i can't06:04
lotuspsychjekubuntu_: why06:04
kubuntu_very long story, i'm forced to get the old system running to access my /home that's why i downgrade. or someone helps me to open my /homefolder and access the files06:06
lotuspsychjekubuntu_: a fresh install can save your /home aswell06:06
kubuntu_the upgrade broke systemd for me and now i can't lof in06:06
kubuntu_log in06:06
vickycqkubuntu_, sounds like you used encryption for your home folder?06:07
kubuntu_lotuspsychje: /home is supposedly encrypted06:07
kubuntu_i did not - at least not knowingly06:07
kubuntu_gimme a sec06:07
kubuntu_i'm in a chroot env now. i get this error: ERROR: Encrypted private directory is not setup properly06:08
kubuntu_this is the command in the README: ecryptfs-mount-private06:09
kubuntu_i can access the directory when i'm logged in06:10
kubuntu_where would i find the key for my private data?06:11
kubuntu_i never entered a key06:11
AgeOfStatickubuntu_ : You can access the files in the encrypted /home while logged in?06:13
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kubuntu_no, i can't06:13
kubuntu_oh, while logged in? YES06:13
kubuntu_i can't now06:13
kubuntu_ /home must be in a state in between. i never set up encryption with a password, so i thought it's not ecrypted, but obviously it started something06:15
AgeOfStatichave you tried sudo ecryptfs-recover-private /home/user ?06:15
AgeOfStaticall you need is either the login/password or passphrase created for the encrypted /home on first boot06:16
AgeOfStaticyou mentioned a read me : http://image.noelshack.com/fichiers/2014/38/1411062920-screenshot-09182014-05-51-04-pm.png06:16
AgeOfStaticI assume thats what you see.. or something similar...06:17
AgeOfStaticif so, yes.. I would say its encrypted /home06:17
vickycqkubuntu_, before proceed with any action, make a backup06:17
AgeOfStaticvicky == right06:18
vickycqto elliminate any any possibility of potential data loss06:18
kubuntu_AgeOfStatic: here is the output of my current console: http://pastebin.com/059fj2EG06:20
kubuntu_i'm chrooted06:20
kubuntu_it's what i've tried - no success as you see06:21
kubuntu_you say the password is the login password? it doesn't work06:22
AgeOfStatickubuntu_ : huh, looks like you may need the passphrase. I thought you just needed one of the two.06:23
kubuntu_now i tried no password:06:23
kubuntu_Enter your MOUNT passphrase:06:24
kubuntu_Error: Inserting key into the user session keyring failed [-22]06:24
kubuntu_Info: Check the system log for more information from libecryptfs06:24
AgeOfStaticah, I think this worked for a friend of mine once : http://www.howtogeek.com/116179/how-to-disable-home-folder-encryption-after-installing-ubuntu/06:24
AgeOfStatictry this.06:24
AgeOfStaticLooks like the method would work.06:24
AgeOfStaticalthough, maybe do sudo cp /home/user.backup /home/user at the end there instead of sudo mv /home/user.backup /home/user06:25
AgeOfStaticso you keep a copy of the backup, just in case...06:25
AgeOfStaticjust a thought.06:25
ersteHi, I'm new on ubuntu, and I just installed "vim", then realized that I needed to install "vim-gtk" which has some extra features that I need.06:29
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ersteshould I uninstall "vim"?? or I can just install vim-gtk on top?06:29
akikerste: did you try it?06:31
AgeOfStaticerste : Have you used vim before?06:31
erstenot yet, I'm actually google-ing for the uninstall command06:31
ersteAgeOfStatic, yes, but on windows06:32
AgeOfStaticah. gotcha06:32
AgeOfStaticprobably sudo apt-get remove vim06:32
akikerste: the system handles the dependencies, just try to install vim-gtk06:32
Chasererste: You should be able to install on top.06:32
ersteoh I see :P06:32
erstewill try thx06:32
ersteoh nice, :echo has('clipboard') worked :), thx06:33
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kubuntu_AgeOfStatic: so, i've done all this06:41
omiluni have a problem with chrome06:42
kubuntu_AgeOfStatic: it's even worse now06:42
cfhowlett!details | omilun06:42
ubottuomilun: 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)06:42
kubuntu_AgeOfStatic: that was just silly advice, since i could log in *if* i could get the system to boot06:43
kubuntu_AgeOfStatic: you gave me a howto with 25k screenshots where a three liner would be sufficient06:44
alcoderhi, anyone from US ? i would like to have small PM.06:45
ObrienDavesmall PM? shudder the thought ;P06:46
omiluncfhowlett: http://dpaste.com/18PT1ZJ06:46
alcodersmall PM, as i don't want to waste their time. just a small question though.06:46
ubottuPlease 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 !patience06:47
ObrienDave!ask | alcoder06:49
ubottualcoder: 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 !patience06:49
omilunhello i have a problem with chromium ... http://dpaste.com/18PT1ZJ06:49
cfhowlettomilun, yeah, best to ask chromium support06:49
omiluncfhowlett: aha thx06:50
AgeOfStatickubuntu_ : Sorry to hear this. :( My apologies, I didnt judge the advice based on screenshot count.06:52
AgeOfStatickubuntu :  You still have the backup folder, right?06:53
AgeOfStaticnot sure why kubuntu_ just didnt copy his files and reinstall fresh as lotuspsychje suggested...06:57
ObrienDaveummmm, i'm pretty sure they *poofed* awhile ago06:57
AgeOfStaticyea, I noticed06:57
lotuspsychjeyes fresh06:57
AgeOfStaticI wasnt sure what the problem was, so you can see the files while logged in... and you can command line copy the files. So.. copy the files and folders to a external or something.. and reinstall06:58
ObrienDavegetting to be a slow night *sigh*07:00
AgeOfStaticObrienDave : In here you mean?07:00
neurotuswhats the name of package that chekcks after apt-get upgrade that no processes are using old files ?07:01
AgeOfStaticneurotus : Are you talking about lsof?07:03
jarnosWhat to do, when Wifi connection of my laptop dies after a while. I can connect with no problems by other computers to the wifi.07:03
AgeOfStaticjarnos : try sudo service network-manager restart07:04
AgeOfStaticor ifconfig wlan0 down && ifconfig wlan0 up07:04
neurotusAgeOfStatic: no, a program that checks that no services are using old files after apt-get upgrade when services restart07:05
oscar__any suggestions for old school games with linuxsupport07:06
AgeOfStaticjarnos : these just restart services/wlan0, it doesnt address WHY you wifi dies...07:06
jarnosAgeOfStatic, ok, I'll try07:06
AgeOfStaticneurotus: hmmm, Im not sure. If you do find said program, I would like to know what it is.07:07
AgeOfStaticoscar__ : Defined "old"07:07
cfhowlettoscar__, suggest you search the ubuntu software center for "games"07:07
neurotusAgeOfStatic: its needrestart07:07
neurotusAgeOfStatic: found it from my pkg-update alias on another system07:08
AgeOfStaticneurotus: sweet, thanks for sharing that info. ^_^07:08
arusselwhen I go to settings -> online accuonts. I can add an account, but then, I don't see it anymore, making it impossible to manage07:11
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subterfugium_Hi all, I'm running 14.04 LTS and I did apt-get upgrade yesterday... all my settings are gone (UI object placement are reset) and all ~/.config is also reset .... anyone seen this before?07:14
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, upgrade = you had 14.04 installed and wanted the latest packages >>> 14.04307:15
AgeOfStaticarussel : You dont see what anymore? The account you made? or the Online Account icon under settings?07:15
subterfugium_just did regular update07:16
subterfugium_I remember it says to do partial upgrade or continue but I did the upgrade using apt-get07:16
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, again: you HAD 14.04 installed?  and you were upgrading 14.04?07:17
subterfugium_ sorry, yes I had 14.0407:17
subterfugium_I've been running it since 2014, same setup, just regular apt-get updates07:17
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, then your .config *should not* have been effected.07:17
subterfugium_yes I know but everything in my .config is gone07:18
subterfugium_and I had indicator-multimonitor setup on the top bar and that's gone too07:18
ObrienDaveand going to 14.04.3 does NOT require a partial upgrade. iirc07:18
subterfugium_hexchat irc settings/themes were gone07:18
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, extremely weird.  you are using *your* normal account?  I am the only user on my box.  2 accounts: sudo/admin and everyday user/desktop07:18
manuel55much persons.07:19
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, is that the ONLY .config that vanished?07:19
subterfugium_I created my account during installation and been using that ever since07:19
subterfugium_account is in sudoers07:19
manuel55yes its logic07:19
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, OK, last query: Xchat or HEXchat??07:19
subterfugium_honestly, I don't know what gone, but all programs are still installed, my network drives are the but all ubuntu default apps has lost their settings07:20
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, extremely weird and non-standard behavior.07:20
manuel55just i are on crunchbang plus plus and i lvoe that os :307:20
subterfugium_like hexchat profile, configs for various software in ~/.config are gone07:20
subterfugium_I'v used many distros for many years and I've never seen this before07:20
cfhowlettmanuel55, you are in the wrong channel. this is ubuntu support.  go to crunchbang for support07:21
manuel55what distros u ussed ?07:21
ObrienDave!en | manuel5507:21
ubottumanuel55: Certain Ubuntu IRC channels are English only.  For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList07:21
MannyLNJI'm trying to setup a VPN connecton (PPTP) to home. Is there a way to test it locally?07:21
cfhowlettmanuel55, doesn't matter. discussion here is ubuntu support.  stay on topic or go elsewhere for chat07:21
subterfugium_I have some of the configs backed up but not all, damn07:21
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, the hexchat .config is buried very deep in your /home.  unless you deliberately purged,  hexchat .config should not have been touched07:22
AgeOfStaticsubterfugium_: Interesting, maybe you can recover the file with something like testdisk?07:22
manuel55can one show me how to install the ubuntu software center on crunchbang plus plus ? its debian 8 distro ?07:22
subterfugium_AgeOfStatic, I though of that07:22
AgeOfStaticsubterfugium_:Might be worth a shot, something quick that you could try.07:23
subterfugium_cfhowlett, just like many other apps has their configs there but mt ~/.config folder seems like I just installed fresh OS07:23
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, look for old/backup files and peek at the file creation date: /home/subterfugiu/.config/hexchat/07:23
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, as I said, never seen it before.  can't understant 1. why your .config were altered       2. why ONLY .hexchat would be changed.07:24
subterfugium_most of the files has timestamp last night 9pm, which was when I did the upgrade and reboot07:24
subterfugium_cfhowlett, it's not only hexchat, all programs/apps that stores information in .config07:24
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, any chance you were .... drunk dialing, i.e. exhausted, inebriated?07:25
cfhowletthey, it happens ...07:25
subterfugium_it's always possible but I weren't intoxicated last night07:26
subterfugium_now I remember, I was going trhu my old VPS backup07:26
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, aaaaaaaaaaaand it begins ...07:26
subterfugium_it was not zipped in my backup drive and I zipped yesterday07:26
subterfugium_of course i took the whole VPS with scr -r *07:26
subterfugium_scp -r07:26
cfhowlettgo ahead, subterfugium_!  start trickling the truth ..07:26
subterfugium_going thru my 'history'07:26
* cfhowlett looks for a bag of popcorn ...07:27
subterfugium_I don't remember doing this and the index doesn't match last night but07:27
subterfugium_ 1851  sudo rm -rf .config/07:27
subterfugium_who did this ? :)07:27
subterfugium_but the index doesn't match, that's older than yesterday07:27
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, ummmmm, yeah.  that WOULD do exactly what you described07:27
cfhowlett"who" indeed?07:28
subterfugium_but I can recover this with testdisk right07:28
AgeOfStaticyou could try testdisk or photorec07:28
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, anyone else have your credentials?  got some sick/twisted/vindictive relatives or friends???07:28
AgeOfStaticmaybe photorec is the one to try first07:29
subterfugium_I opened 443 port yesterday ...07:29
cfhowlettsubterfugium_, well, now you know WHAT happened.  WHO is an investigation you'll have to do on your own.07:29
subterfugium_I was going thru the old backup and building android07:29
subterfugium_I guess I must have typed that or similar to wrong shell07:30
* cfhowlett tries and fails to restrain LOL ...07:30
AgeOfStaticyes, excellent cfhowlett, let the laughter flow from you! Muahahahah!07:31
cfhowletthey subterfugium_?  thanks.  I needed a hearty chuckle for today.   best of luck to you.07:31
subterfugium_you are welcome07:31
leoserverthank u07:32
salamandermanDo you guys know how I can get IP mask on freenode07:32
leoserverhow ?07:32
cfhowlett!ask | salamanderman07:32
ubottusalamanderman: 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 !patience07:32
cfhowlett!mask | salamanderman07:35
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brunchbbI'm having a problem shutdown...it shutsdown but then turns back on and reboots07:42
brunchbbI can't turn my computer off07:42
salamandermanhmm, i dont know i am new as well.07:43
brunchbbI use the GUI as well as shutdown -h07:43
salamandermanHow do I kill chromium from terminal?07:43
cfhowlettsalamanderman, killall chromium07:44
brunchbbkill PID07:44
brunchbbsalamanderman: use ps to find the PID, then use kill PID07:45
eloszsalamanderman: ps aux | grep "chromium"07:45
ochiobuntucan i remove all systemd packages in 15.04 if i use upstart?07:46
icerootsalamanderman: pkill -f chromium07:52
icerootsalamanderman: that kills every process containing the string "chromium"07:52
jaska__how to install kde on top of unity07:53
icerootjaska__: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop07:53
cfhowlettjaska__, nope07:54
jaska__does it fuck up unity desktop07:54
icerootjaska__: no07:54
cfhowlettjaska__, first STOP with that profanity.  you know better.07:54
cfhowlettjaska__, sudo apt-get install kde-plasma-desktop07:54
icerootcfhowlett: why not the metapackage?07:54
cfhowletticeroot, he asked for the DE.  you told him to install DE and all the kubuntu apps07:55
icerootcfhowlett: i thought he talked about whole kde07:55
icerootthen it was my fault07:55
cfhowletticeroot, kde is not kubuntu-desktop.  not a matter of fault :)  I get confused all the time.07:56
icerootyeah kubuntu-desktop is kde with also kontact and all the other "funny" stuff :) and also a dependeny for lightdm or whatever it is using :)07:57
salamandermani can't install firefox07:58
esteebsalamenderman: what method are you using to install it?07:59
salamandermani tried both sudo-apt08:00
salamandermanand ubuntu software manager08:00
cfhowlettsalamanderman, sudo-apt?  nope.08:00
cfhowlettsalamanderman, sudo apt install firefox08:00
icerootsalamanderman: sudo apt-get install firefox08:00
salamandermanOh yearh thats what I meant xD08:00
cfhowlettor this08:00
salamandermanErr http://ubuntu.mirror.crucial.com.au/ trusty-security/main firefox amd64 40.0.3+build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.108:00
salamanderman  404  Not Found08:00
salamandermani got this error^^08:01
salamandermanand this08:01
iceroot!info firefox08:01
ubottufirefox (source: firefox): Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla. In component main, is optional. Version 41.0+build3-0ubuntu0.15.04.1 (vivid), package size 42524 kB, installed size 102656 kB08:01
salamandermanErr http://ubuntu.mirror.crucial.com.au/ trusty-security/main xul-ext-ubufox all 3.1-0ubuntu0.14.04.108:01
salamanderman  404  Not Found08:01
icerootsalamanderman: sudo apt-get update08:01
icerootsalamanderman: your list is outdated and needs to be updated first with the update command08:01
salamandermanill try updating08:01
salamandermanI think its working xD08:03
salamandermanI am dumb08:04
icerootsalamanderman: normally software-center should do the update first automaticly from my understanding08:04
salamandermanGuys, I have another issue08:04
salamandermanWhen I click links, for example from here08:05
icerootsalamanderman: in the repos there is always ony the newest version, locally your ist still has firefox 40 but in the repos there is 41, because of that you are facing the issue08:05
salamandermanit doesn't open a browser, it says select default program and i can't select anyhing08:05
salamandermanoh i see iceroot, thanks08:05
eloszanyone familiar with vfs_stat here?08:07
parapanhi ppl ...i need help upgrading a 10.04 server to 14.04 ..08:07
parapanin the way that when I do the do-release-upgrade is checking the mirror from my country and is reporting a network error ...08:07
icerootparapan: because 10.04 repo is disabled and its checking that first08:08
parapaniceroot: how come ?08:08
MonkeyDustparapan  it's calle !eol08:09
cfhowlettParadisee, because it's no longer supported08:09
icerootparapan: one fix would be to open /etc/apt/sources.list and to replace the version name from 10.04 with the one from 14.04 and do a sudo apt-get dist-upgrade (i dont know if that is supported)08:09
cfhowlett!eol | Paradisee08:09
ubottuParadisee: 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/EOLUpgrades08:09
parapaniceroot: will it be the case for the mirror I'm using or all over - even the official ubuntu server ?08:09
icerootparapan: all servers08:09
icerootparapan: use the last link from ubottu08:09
cfhowlettparapan, you are running your OS in unsupported and NON SECURED mode.  proceed accordingly08:10
icerootparapan: the support and repos ended 04.201508:10
parapangod Jesus !08:10
parapanso I'm an outlaw right now !08:10
MonkeyDustparapan  apparantelaaly you missed something... you're working with a dead system08:10
icerootparapan: or an openspam relay :)08:10
cfhowlettParadisee, not outlaw just an awesome hack target.08:10
parapaniceroot: MonkeyDust : no brothers ..it;s an old machine I used to setup to play with it; didn't used for a while ..and now wanted to update to latest version - without re-installing everything ...that's it ...08:11
parapaniceroot: MonkeyDust : but I saw the message of UBUNTU - re-install is usually much more faster =))08:13
parapan10x guys ....08:13
parapanI'l proceed accoprdently ...08:13
parapanaccordently ....08:13
jaska__does someone know how fix missing icons kde08:22
tykaynno idea for icons08:26
jaska__does some know good flat icon pack for kde?08:33
linociscohi all08:38
linociscohow to install google earth for ubuntu?08:39
cigamtypically from within the software center or in synaptic08:39
tykaynhi all, I have an issue making my wifi work08:52
tykaynthe lan works, but not the wifi. I have this: Network controller: Qualcomm Atheros QCA6174 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter (rev 20)08:53
tykayncigam: do you have an idea for this ? :)08:53
marek_hi, I have Linux Mint 17.2 which is based on Ubuntu 14.04, but there is a bug in usb_modeswitch package and I can't use my USB modem, in newer version of this package modem seems to work, how do I install this newer package? I found out that I should install it from here https://packages.debian.org/sid/usb-modeswitch but how?08:53
cigamthe wireless is always difficult depending on how new of a wifi adaptor it is08:54
cigamill need to look that adaptor up08:54
tykaynit is quite new I guess08:55
bekks!mint | marek_08:55
ubottumarek_: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org08:55
cigambut which version of ubuntu do you have?08:55
bekkscigam: He is using Mint.08:55
cigamsorry talking to tykayn08:55
marek_but it also affect ubuntu08:55
cigambut which version?08:55
tykaynI have ubuntu 14.0408:56
bekksmarek_: But you arent using Ubuntu.08:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1314842 in usb-modeswitch (Ubuntu) "usb_modeswitch not run correctly for 3G dongle" [Undecided,Confirmed]08:56
tykaynI put it on my new Acer VN7 791G08:56
cigamtykayn: most 802.11ac adaptors dont work yet but I had found a link talking about it before let me find it08:56
tykaynk :)08:57
ochiobuntuWhat does urfkill do?08:57
tykaynmaybe ubuntu 15 is better suited for my wifi card08:57
cigamit might be you could always try it in live mode and see if it works or just upgrade08:58
qyutoDual boot or single boot ?08:58
ochiobuntuDo you have a bot here who knows about urfkill?08:59
MonkeyDust!find urfkill08:59
ubottuFound: gir1.2-urfkill-glib0, liburfkill-glib-dev, liburfkill-glib0, urfkill08:59
MonkeyDust!info urfkill09:00
ubottuurfkill (source: urfkill): wireless killswitch management daemon for laptops. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6.0~20150318.103828.5539c0d.1-0ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 52 kB, installed size 277 kB09:00
tykaynqyuto: I have a dual boot with windows 1009:00
tykaynif it were me you asked09:00
cigam!find ath10k09:05
ubottuFile ath10k found in linux-headers-3.19.0-16, linux-headers-3.19.0-16-generic, linux-headers-3.19.0-16-lowlatency, linux-headers-3.19.0-20, linux-headers-3.19.0-20-generic, linux-headers-3.19.0-20-lowlatency, linux-headers-3.19.0-21, linux-headers-3.19.0-21-generic, linux-headers-3.19.0-21-lowlatency, linux-headers-3.19.0-22 (and 10 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?searchon=contents&keywords=ath10k&mode=&suite=vivid&arch=any09:05
cigamtykayn: do you know what kernel you are using?09:05
tykayncigam: 3.13.0-65-generic09:05
cigamhave you updated ubuntu to the newer kernels?09:06
tykaynI don't know how to do this09:06
bekkstykayn: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack09:07
tykaynk, I install packages for desktop09:09
cigamhow you install packages have you ever clicked to do updates?09:09
tykaynhmmm I don't get your question09:10
tykaynI did apt-get update and upgrades09:10
cigamyeah thats what I meant09:10
cigambut it means your repository does not have the newest kernel available that has the ath10k drivers that "should" have your wireless card in it09:11
cigamI think bekks link talks about how to add the newer kernel to your version09:11
CraHanHi, is it common behaviour for the dash to only display thumbnails for some JPG files?09:11
tykaynCraHan: nautilus is configured to show only thumbnails for certain files sizes09:12
CraHanWell, when I open the file via nautilus and then wait, it eventually shows up in the Dash as a preview too09:12
CraHanSo I'm wondering when the thumbnails are generated.09:13
tykayncigam: you suggest I upgrade to ubuntu 15 so ?09:13
CraHanNautilus is set to generate previews for images < 10MB and all of them are09:13
tykaynarf, wrong window09:13
tykaynhm, CraHan then I don't know. maybe they are not real jpg09:14
cigamtypically nautilus and other file managers have a limit on file sizes that they will make thumbnails for. are those files a larger file?09:14
CraHanno, they're below the nautilus limit for creating thumbnails09:15
D00MSKU11Hello, I'm having a problem, I have dual monitors and everytime I try to access Screen Settings in setting the settings window just dissapears, I cant find anything online, could you help?09:15
CraHanI've had this issue for quite some versions of Ubuntu and figured I might as well ask around :)09:15
tykaynk, now I have a 3.19.0-30-generic kernel09:15
tykayncigam: what can I do now I have the 3.19 version ?09:17
cigamtykayn you restarted? is it not working now?09:17
tykaynD00MSKU11: no idea09:17
cigamor is it working09:17
tykayncigam: I restarted, but I still don't have support for wifi, just lan as usual09:18
cigamhmm let me check something else09:18
tykaynI want the wifi support so bad so I can use the 4G network of my phone :D09:19
cigamtry doing these 2 commands: sudo rmmod ath10k_pci (then this) sudo modprobe -v ath10k_pci09:19
bekkstykayn: Did you reboot after installing the LTS Enablement Stack?09:20
tykaynrmmod: ERROR: Module ath10k_pci is not currently loaded09:20
tykaynbekks: yes09:20
tykayncigam: the first command returns an error09:20
bekkstykayn: And it tells you whats up ;)09:20
tykaynhmmm maybe, but that was fast09:21
pyabehi guys09:21
pyabeany interesting topic ?09:22
bekkspyabe: Ubuntu support. :)09:22
cigamtrying to get an AC wifi adaptor working for tykayn09:22
* tykayn is interested in support for wifi "ac" driver09:22
tykaynI tried something with backport, involving a make install in the end, but no success09:23
bekkstykayn: you need to get rid of whatever you installed using "make install" first.09:24
cigamtry this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/661424/ubuntu-14-04-wireless-not-working-no-network-interface-atheros-168c003e-dev09:24
tykaynI did an autoremove09:25
tykaynk ill try this09:25
tykaynthat looks easier09:26
tykaynk I didn't had dkms installed, ill see09:28
tykaynmaybe I should reboot09:30
cigamafter you install yes09:30
tykaynaw yeahhhhhhh \o/09:31
tykaynwifi now works09:31
cigamhehe nice09:31
cigamglad its working for you now09:32
MonkeyDust!cookie | cigam09:32
ubottucigam: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!09:32
tykaynyou made my day09:33
tykaynyou deserve it09:33
tykaynnow I will be able to host the whole NPM09:33
cigamglad I could help :-)09:33
* tykayn1 puts an up to the stackoverflow answer09:35
leftiican smb help me to connect a blutooth a2dp audio sink?09:45
cigamthat can be tricky09:46
cigamwhat version of ubuntu?09:46
leftiiim fairly new to ubuntu. but made my first steps on the mate ver. on the raspberry2. there i somehow got it to work.09:47
lukas_very good09:47
leftiii installed bluemon i guess and then i could connect. but now on my desk its not working that way09:47
lukas_try it again and again and sometime it will gonna work09:48
cigamI dont have much experience with the rasberry2 but the hardest thing with the bluetooth a2dp is you have to go into either the pulse audio mixer or a good volume controller to be able to pick what you want sent to the bluetooth sink09:48
cigam!info pavucontrol09:49
ubottupavucontrol (source: pavucontrol): PulseAudio Volume Control. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0-3 (vivid), package size 111 kB, installed size 960 kB09:49
leftiicigam, fresh install of mate dl today09:49
cigamthen instead of doing the pulse controller09:49
cigamtry just going into your volume sound preferences09:50
lotuspsychjeleftii: wich version of mate09:50
cigamin output you should see your bluetooth if its connected09:50
lukas_bluetooth and Raspberry Pi are no good friends...09:50
leftiii got it working under raspi with blutooth, now the desktop ver. isnt working. i can connect but it allways says streaming error, also i should input a pin code which the device even dont have.09:51
leftiilotus, do you mean the desktop environment ver.? its 1.8.209:52
lotuspsychjeleftii: no i mean ubuntu version09:53
leftiiiam sry, i dont know where to find that information09:54
lotuspsychjeleftii: lsb_release -a09:54
cigamsorry gotta go yall09:54
leftiiNo LSB modules are available.09:54
leftiiDistributor ID:Ubuntu09:54
leftiiDescription:Ubuntu 15.0409:54
MonkeyDustleftii  next time, use a pastebin09:55
leftiii will09:55
lotuspsychjeleftii: try mate 14.04 for a more stable experience or ask #ubuntu-mate channel09:56
leftiiallright, thanks anyway09:56
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quants_Hi guys, can I play a windows pc game on my Ubuntu system using Wine?10:09
nameuser_quants_: some games, i think. There is a list of games that work well. You can google it.10:10
bazhangcheck the appdb quants_10:10
bazhang!appdb | quants_10:10
ubottuquants_: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help10:10
bazhangalso steam quants_10:11
bazhang!steam | quants_10:11
ubottuquants_: Valve have officially announced that they are developing Steam and are working with !ubuntu during their development, see http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/linux/steamd-penguins/ for further details, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Valve for install instructions, you can also join #ubuntu-steam for discussion.10:11
MrRiverhey, my ubuntu says that wifi is hardblocked, I checked my wifi button with xev and it seems it doesn't even log an event10:15
rawcoderhi, I'm using ubuntu 15.10 beta and I'm getting an assertion error in pidgin. Can anyone help me?10:15
bazhangMrRiver, an external wifi switch how about10:15
MonkeyDustrawcoder  ask in #ubuntu+110:15
bazhangrawcoder, the +1 channel for that10:15
rawcoderok, thanks10:16
MrRiverbazhang: yeah, I have an external wifi switch, but as I said, he doesn't do anything. Using xev I saw that it doesn't even give some kind of event10:16
bazhangMrRiver, I had the exact same issue, a simple block unblock on login and it was back on and finding networks etc10:17
bazhangno idea why xev is involved here at all10:18
MrRiverdoesn't xev just log all keypress etc events?10:18
MrRiverand if I don't even get an event there how is linux supposed to even notice I am switching the hardware block10:18
MrRiverthe hardware block isn't an actually switch, it is just a key on my keyboard10:19
bazhangoh you said it was a switch10:19
bazhangyeah I have a switch10:19
ochiobuntuI have the file Access-Your_Private-Data.desktop - it is my encrypted home-directory. How do I proceed? I get an error saying that "Encrypted private directory is not setup properly"10:20
quants_Thanks guys10:22
MonkeyDustochiobuntu  is this useful http://askubuntu.com/questions/71708/how-do-i-open-access-your-private-data-desktop10:23
ochiobuntuI can't open any links right now10:23
ochiobuntuDoes it say anything else than the README I found next to this Access-Your-Private_data.desktop?10:24
ochiobuntuI tried ecryptfs-mount-private10:25
ochiobuntudidn't help, gave me said error10:25
MonkeyDustochiobuntu  then start from the beginning, what have you done and tried so far10:25
ac3takwashow much does the unity DE affect my system's performance.10:26
ac3takwasI hate it when it hangs and I am considering switching to a new desktop environment10:26
ac3takwassed s/hangs/lags/10:26
MonkeyDustac3takwas  remove zeitgeist, it will improve the performance10:28
ochiobuntuMonkeyDust: With regards to this encryption: I recovered the encrypted file as root with ecryptfs-recover-private, it created a folder in /tmp where I see the same content as I see in my /home - nothing is decryprted10:28
MonkeyDustac3takwas  http://hardenubuntu.com/disable-services/disable-zeitgeist/10:28
ac3takwasMonkeyDust, thanks. I'll try that now10:29
ochiobuntuMonkeyDust: I also get this error: Mount on filesystem of type eCryptFS explicitly disallowed due to kown incompatibilities10:32
ochiobuntuthis is when i run recover i the /tmp folder10:32
ochiobuntuI have no way to recover that folder10:33
ac3takwasIs there a way to view the list of all my apps so I remove other unnecessary ones like that zeitgeist?10:37
absklbi have removed nginx. but somehow it conflicts with apache. when i restart laptop if i directly go to localhost it tells me nginx 4040 error. sometimes later on it even conclict with my passenger.10:37
absklbso everytime, first i have to do service nginxs top10:37
absklbwhat shall i do?10:37
bazhangwhats the goal here ac3takwas10:38
bazhangspeed up the system?10:38
absklbi thought software centel list all apps ? ac3takwas10:38
bazhangget lubuntu on there ac3takwas , removing some random things like that will have a very mininal impact on speed if any10:39
bazhangand minimal10:39
bazhang!lubuntu | ac3takwas10:41
ubottuac3takwas: 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.10:41
ac3takwasbazhang, I asked earlier if I should switch desktop manager to something like i3 to improve performance10:41
ac3takwasbazhang, MonkeyDust suggested I remove zeitgeist which I did. So I'm looking for other ways to boost performance.10:42
Ben64depends what you're running and your specs10:42
ac3takwasI use a lot of workspaces often, and my hardware isn't that new10:42
absklbac3takwas: sure. i am using i3. its minimal.10:42
ac3takwasit's a 2011 model i510:42
absklbac3takwas: whats your current RAM, graphics card ?10:43
bazhangac3takwas, such minimal removals wont help much, try lubuntu or other super lightweight10:43
Ben64anything that isn't unity should be pretty quick10:43
ac3takwasit's a 2011 model i5 processor10:43
bazhangwhat is the ram ac3takwas10:43
jackphelipehi everyone10:43
ac3takwasbazhang, that's expensive given I have to resinstall most apps10:43
ac3takwasRAM is 4GB10:43
bazhangso get a light de ac3takwas10:44
bazhangits free to try ac3takwas10:44
bazhangfull refund if you dont like it10:44
ac3takwasbazhang, any suggestions on a stable one?10:44
ac3takwashaha. Yes I know that10:44
bazhangac3takwas, I said already twice10:44
ac3takwasAnd I don't have to uninstall Unity to try10:44
absklbac3takwas: xfce. check Manjaro10:44
akiki'm running kde on a 2011 acer w/ i3 processor just fine10:44
ac3takwasbazhang, isn't lubuntu a completely new os10:45
ac3takwasI just need a didd DE10:45
bazhangthen choose lubuntu session at login10:45
jackphelipeany suggest where can I buy a 4GB ram for my notebook upgrade?10:45
absklbjackphelipe: amazon.com?10:45
Ben64jackphelipe: ask in ##hardware10:45
bazhangac3takwas, no, its ubuntu all the way down, same repos everything10:45
bekksac3takwas: lubuntu is Ubuntu with a specific set of packages, LXDE in particular.10:45
bazhangnewegg jackphelipe , #ubuntu-offtopic for more10:46
ac3takwasbekks, bazhang what I am saying is it would require me to redownload and install all my apps10:46
bekksac3takwas: no.10:46
ac3takwasThat would cost a lot of data10:46
jackphelipeI'll give a shot10:46
ac3takwasOkay any helpful links to get it?10:46
bekksac3takwas: sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop :)10:47
bazhangapt-get install lubuntu-desktop10:47
bazhanguse sudo with that ac3takwas10:47
ac3takwasthanks. started10:48
ac3takwasbut how does that compare against i3 in your opinion10:48
bazhangnever used it, no idea10:48
bekksac3takwas: Comparing a desktop environment against a CPU is quite irrelevant. Comparing desktop environments would be more targetting.10:49
absklbwhat no? he will need to download new .iso and download all new aps to innstall? bazhang ac3takwas10:49
absklbbekks: ?10:49
auronandacebekks: does he mean i3 the tiling window manager?10:49
bekksabsklb: Thats nonsense.10:49
bekksauronandace: No, he is talking about his CPU :)10:49
absklbwhy are you saying that he wont need data to downnload new iso?10:49
bekksabsklb: Because he doesnt need to do that.10:50
absklbbekks: and then he gets .iso how?10:50
bazhangabsklb, he doesnt thats why10:50
bekksabsklb: sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop; is all whats needed.10:50
bekksabsklb: HE doesnt need an iso...10:50
ac3takwasbekks, not CPU10:50
bazhangabsklb, he doesnt need the new iso10:50
ac3takwasI'm comparing lubuntu-destiop with i310:50
bekksac3takwas: Never used i3, sorry.10:51
ac3takwasbekks, ok10:51
absklbac3takwas: if you want lightwient DE use lubuntu/xubuntu. if you dont want DE at all just minimal window manager get i3. i am using i3. its good.10:53
somsomI'm having issues with sound10:54
somsommy onboard soundcard is not being detected neither in alsamixer nor pulseaudio10:54
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absklbsomsom: does lspci lists it?10:55
ac3takwasabsklb, okay thanks10:55
somsomone moment10:55
somsom00:1f.3 Audio device: Intel Corporation Device a170 (rev 31)10:56
ac3takwasabsklb, from experience, what are some known limitations with i3?10:56
ac3takwasapart from ease of use of mouse of course10:56
absklbac3takwas: regarding what?10:56
ac3takwaslike, what would you miss being able to do with a DE?10:57
absklbac3takwas: notifications. integrations.10:57
absklbdesktop widgets.10:57
absklbhaving to to one time manualy setup.10:58
lotuspsychjeac3takwas: there's a large #i3 channel if you want10:58
absklbi still did not got answer to my queestion how to change font and size of i3status bar!10:58
lotuspsychjeabsklb: also join #i310:59
ac3takwaslotuspsychje, I did. Seems so quiet in ther10:59
absklbyeah. me too was there. no reply.10:59
lotuspsychjeits your best luck to get specific answers when timezones more crowdy11:00
ac3takwasabsklb, okay11:00
ac3takwasthanks guys11:00
JethroTuxdoes ~/.profile get sourced from DM (ie. lightdm) or it gets sourced only for bash login/nologin shells?11:08
absklbJethroTux: i think only for bash. DEs have their own in .confir or their own .openbox etc11:09
absklb*i think*11:09
kubast2Which kvm disk bus should I use for windows 7 guest: IDE/SATA/Virtio ?11:10
kubast2Does it change i/o performance in any way?11:10
JethroTuxabsklb, I've just installed debian jessie and I noticed i need to use .xsessionrc (per user) or /etc/X11/Xsession.d for global settings. .profile nor /etc/profile.d/*.sh get sourced from DM. I think new LightDM does not source those files anymore11:12
JethroTuxthey work for bash login/interactive shells though11:13
MonkeyDustJethroTux  this is the ubuntu support channel, not debian11:13
brothersomekubast2, IMHO it does not matter11:13
lotuspsychjekubast2: maybe the #kvm guys might know?11:13
kubast2checked and virtio should give the best result11:13
absklbJethroTux: why not use xsessionrc?11:13
JethroTuxabsklb, i need to set some env variables globally! it seems i need to create a script in /etc/X11/Xsession.d/. or just get rid of dm :)11:15
absklbJethroTux: ok. try asknig in debian channel. the .profile should work i think. not sure.11:16
BluesKajHiyas all11:18
JethroTuxabsklb, I've just checked it does not on debian. I wanted to know if it works on ubuntu instead. that's why I asked here, I usually used it on trusty as much as /etc/profile.d/*.sh and ~/.pam_environment. that's all well explained on ubuntu man pages too.11:19
JethroTuxdid I miss anything?11:20
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parapanhaving troubles installing server 14.04 ..anyone can support ?11:41
cfhowlett!server | Paradisee11:41
ubottuParadisee: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04) - More info: http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition - Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide - Support in #ubuntu-server11:41
cfhowlettparapan, ^^^ this11:41
parapancfhowlett: ^^ ?11:41
parapanwhat the issue ?11:41
cfhowlettparapan, you asked about server ...11:42
parapaninstallation stucked at select and install software ...it tells me an error has occured; I moved on to the next step which is grub install ..it tells me that grub cannot be installed11:42
parapancfhowlett: and without grub the system will not boot ...11:43
cfhowlettparapan, perhaps you should ask in the SERVER channel???? #ubuntu-server11:43
parapancfhowlett: didn't knew that - 10x man11:43
cfhowletthappy2help! parapan11:44
safarimanany channels where I can learn about pentesting11:46
MonkeyDustwhat's pentesting?11:47
hackn01dpenetration testing11:47
MonkeyDusthackn01d  /msg alis list blah11:48
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hypermistI know i came in here lastnight asking about selling custom Ubuntu images, but would it be the same if i sold a usb with a custom modified ubuntu os on it ? (im guessing it would be)11:49
BernzelHow can I run Java .class files?11:49
BernzelI have jdk installed11:49
aliaksandrchjava mainClass.class11:51
hypermistBernzel, probably best to install jre and jdk just saying11:51
Bernzelhypermist, do I need JRE too? :s11:52
hypermistBernzel, normally a best thing to have bost11:52
BernzelWhen that is installed then? How would I run those files?11:52
aliaksandrchyou don't need jdk until you want to compile java sources11:52
Bernzelaliaksandrch, well I got it installed now, so how do I run these files?11:55
Trowhey i have an issue and i'm not sure if it's related to ubuntu or to docker11:55
aliaksandrchyou need to know which .class file is a main one11:56
aliaksandrchthan: java MainClass.class11:56
Bernzelokey, how do I find that out?11:56
jarnosHow do you report wifi bugs?11:56
Trowanyone could give me about this config11:56
geirhajust java MainClass  without the extension11:56
Trowi cant access to foo.bar.com11:56
geirhathe jdk will pull in the jre automatically, so you have it already11:57
Bernzelgeirha, so just java MainClass on command line?11:57
QuantosWe don't support programming or coding in the chat11:58
QuantosYou'll want the forum for that11:58
QuantosWrong window11:58
QuantosMy bad11:58
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geirhaBernzel: Yes, assuming you are in the right directory, and that the java file is simple enough12:00
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Bernzelgeirha, there's no software in the Software Center that can handle this? I don't seem to be able to execute the file12:00
geirhaBernzel: Normally, you don't run java classes directly; mainly only when you're developing it yourself.12:01
geirhafor java software you install, there'll be a wrapper script and often desktop launchers to make it easy to run it12:02
geirhaBernzel: So why are you trying to run it this way?12:02
Bernzelgeirha, It's a setup software for Libgdx. A framework.12:03
safarimananyone know pentesting channels on Freenode12:03
cfhowlett!alis | safariman12:04
ubottusafariman: 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*12:04
Bernzelgeirha, It's the only way to run it12:04
geirhaBernzel: Looks like it has lots of documentation with youtube videos and everything; why not follow those?12:05
Bernzelgeirha, watched those thousands of times. It has nothing specified about this.12:05
aliaksandrchalso it has README in the installation packed and looks like it just a set of .jar to include to a project (eclipse, idea or any other ide)12:05
geirhaBernzel: did you try ''gradlew desktop:run''12:06
Bernzelgeirha, what? That's not for the setup. That's for running projects.12:06
geirhaBernzel: Ah, well just use an IDE, then?12:08
geirhaBernzel: Downloading it gives me gdk-setup.jar.  To run that, it's  java -jar ~/Downloads/gdk-setup.jar  # or wherever you downloaded it too.12:09
geirhaerr, gdx-setup.jar (not gdk)12:10
anternathello, i upgraded from 14.04 to 15.04 but i cant ssh or use http on my server from within LAN. (Server can connect to internet)12:11
cfhowlett!server | anternat12:11
ubottuanternat: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04) - More info: http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition - Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide - Support in #ubuntu-server12:11
anternatmine is desktop version..12:12
anternati installed ssh server again ;checked the status if it is up and confirmed it running.Disaled FW12:13
anternatdisabled*. Still cant connect12:13
jarnosI tried to report bug by "ubuntu-bug linux", but failed: "usage: whoopsie-upload-all [-h] [-t TIMEOUT]" "whoopsie-upload-all: error: unrecognized arguments: linux"12:15
pevHello !12:15
pevCould you help me ? I am looking for an active channel on GIS, would you know one?12:17
cfhowlett!alis | pev12:18
ubottupev: 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*12:18
pevhelp list12:19
elacheche_anisHey! I  need a feedback, is it for real that Ubuntu 14.04 and latest versions needs only 1GB of RAM?!12:19
pevcfhowlett: Thank you !12:19
cfhowlettelacheche_anis, technically it CAN run on 1gb but it will be slow.  lubuntu or xubuntu would be faster12:19
elacheche_aniscfhowlett: that's what I was looking for thank you :) :D Didn't run the official version of Ubuntu for years now.. So it's always safe to ask :)12:20
cfhowlettelacheche_anis, I guessed as much. note: lubuntu is optimized for legacy hardware.  start there, IMHO12:21
elacheche_anisI will cfhowlett :) Thanks :)12:22
jarnosHey come on, ubuntu-bug does not work. How can you report that?12:22
safarimanis perl already installed on ubutu12:23
MonkeyDustjarnos  start from the beginning, what brings you here12:23
cfhowlettsafariman, open a terminal: dpkg -l perl12:23
geirhasafariman: Many of the commands and programs installed by default are perl scripts, so yes, it's definitely installed12:26
safarimanAnd how do I run a perl script that i downloaded online12:29
safariman@ geirha12:29
geirhalike with any other command.    chmod +x perlscript    and then    ./perlscript12:29
safarimani am a linux n00b12:30
geirhathe chmod sets execute permission on the file so that you can run it with  ./scriptname12:31
Major_RamseyAnyone ever had to use 7z to unzip a bunch of files all with the same password?12:31
geirhaor if you put it somewhere in PATH, e.g. /usr/local/bin/ or ~/bin/, then you can run it without providing a path like ./. Just  "scriptname"12:31
lotuspsychjeMajor_Ramsey: unzipping several compressed files at same time will eat cpu and ram alot12:32
lotuspsychjeMajor_Ramsey: or they smiler compressed files?12:32
geirhaMajor_Ramsey: Do you have a line for uncompressing a single zip file?12:33
Major_RamseyIt's just a directory of zip files. I was hoping I could run a script or a command and have them decrypt one after another12:34
safarimangeirha, this is what happened when i tried to run AdminLoginFInder12:34
safarimanCan't locate Tk.pm in @INC (you may need to install the Tk module)12:34
Major_RamseyI tried 7z but I get a "Incorrect Command Line" error12:34
lotuspsychjeMajor_Ramsey: http://sourceforge.net/p/sevenzip/discussion/45797/thread/da70f52212:35
Major_RamseyNot really concerned about the system load12:35
geirhasafariman: then you probably need to install perl-tk; sudo apt install perl-tk12:35
lotuspsychjeMajor_Ramsey: or here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4273576/extract-multiple-7z-files-in-folder-at-once-in-ubuntu-linux12:36
Major_RamseyChecking them out now, Thanks12:36
anonymousWhat is this bad archive error while installing ubuntu server12:42
lotuspsychjeanonymous: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys might know?12:42
cfhowlett!paste | anonymous, Ms. Cleo has retired.  Give details if you expect answers12:42
ubottuanonymous, Ms. Cleo has retired.  Give details if you expect answers: 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.12:42
lotuspsychjeanonymous: wich server version, and when do you get this error?12:42
anonymousright now,infact i was installing the server 14.0412:43
anonymousandafter configuring the network12:43
anonymousi was configuring the morror nd i cannot connect12:43
lotuspsychjeanonymous: you sure you properly connected to internet?12:44
anonymousi am connecting to the same router that i am using to connect to the internet12:45
lotuspsychjeanonymous: cable or wifi?12:45
lotuspsychjeanonymous: try cable mate12:45
xela2244hi, openoffice  and anyother alternatives are not working, i tried installing fglrx-update but that caused other problems. Help12:46
anonymouslotuspsychje:let me check that12:46
xela2244openoffice calc is not working, writer is working12:46
lotuspsychjexela2244: what happens when you start calc?12:46
xela2244black screen and then logs me out12:47
xela2244happens with calligra spreadshet (calc alternative) too12:47
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lotuspsychjexela2244: wich ubuntu version are you on?12:48
xela2244kubuntu 15.0412:48
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lotuspsychjexela2244: you could ask in #kubuntu or install a more stable 14.04 LTS12:48
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lotuspsychjexela2244: have you installed openoffice or using libreoffice?12:49
xela2244it works with fglrx-updates, but if install fglrx-updates than i can't adjust screen brightness12:49
lotuspsychjexela2244: fglrx is for your graphics card12:49
xela2244lotuspsychje: i had the same problem with ubuntu12:49
lotuspsychjexela2244: what chipset is your card?12:49
tom45679i want to upgrade my ubuntu from 14.04 to 15... someone please help me how can i do it?12:50
xela2244the problem is in the graphics card12:50
cfhowletttom45679, sudo do-release-upgrade12:50
cfhowletttom45679, oh wait ....12:50
xela2244but i with fglrx-update openoffice calc will work, but then i can't adjust brightness12:51
cfhowlett!eolupgrade | tom45679  this is the correct method12:51
ubottutom45679  this is the correct method: 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/EOLUpgrades12:51
lotuspsychjexela2244: best is to use driver ubuntu chosen at setup, did you enable internet cable + updates during setup?12:51
tom45679@cfhowlett ok12:51
xela2244at the moment i'm not using standard drivers12:52
lotuspsychjexela2244: check your additional drivers section, and check wich driver works best for your system12:52
safarimanwtf is a default keyring12:53
safarimanit pops up12:53
safarimanand its pissing me off12:53
cfhowlett!wtf | safariman12:53
ubottusafariman: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList12:53
xela2244i did and i'm using them12:53
lotuspsychjexela2244: what other drivers show up in your list12:54
MonkeyDustsafariman  a keyring halps you manage your passwords12:54
tom45679best hardware configuration to run Ubuntu with full graphical features.12:54
MonkeyDust!specs | tom4567912:54
ubottutom45679: Hardware requirements to install, boot and comfortably use Ubuntu are listed at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements - For a !flavor with lower requirements, see !Xubuntu or !Lubuntu12:54
xela2244lotuspsychje fglrx and fglrx-updates12:55
lotuspsychjexela2244: no xorg driver?12:55
tom45679thanks @ubottu12:55
xela2244i'm using xorg driver12:55
lotuspsychjexela2244: maybe try kubuntu 14.04 or try the #kubuntu channel they might know12:57
xela2244ok thanks12:57
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prometheus185hey guys, could I get some help with virtualbox12:59
cfhowlett!vbox | prometheus18513:00
ubottuprometheus185: Virtualbox is a virtualizer for x86 and amd64 architectures. It's available in the package "virtualbox" in the !repositories, and you can download the Virtualbox Extension Pack for additional, non-Free functionality at http://virtualbox.org . Additional details can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox13:00
prometheus185well the problem is that I can't find the problem on the internet13:00
prometheus185my wifi is just slow when i use other linux distro on virtualbox13:01
prometheus185and my host is ubuntu13:01
prometheus185idk what to do13:01
cfhowlettprometheus185, ask #vbox13:01
pmaxkHi to all13:07
lotuspsychjewelcome pmaxk13:07
pmaxkHow thinks going?13:08
lotuspsychje!discuss | pmaxk13:08
ubottupmaxk: Want to talk about Ubuntu but don't have a support question. Join #ubuntu-discuss, for other non-support  discussion not Ubuntu related you can also join #ubuntu-offtopic. Thank you.13:08
pmaxkDo you like unity?13:09
lotuspsychjepmaxk: only support questions here please13:10
hypermistlotuspsychje, probably not a question for you but, If i modified ubuntu OS, to my liking and sold bootable usb's with it on it. im guessing i'd need Conanical permissions still correct ?13:10
lotuspsychjehypermist: sell?13:11
cfhowletthypermist, you can't call it "ubuntu" anything if you mod it.13:11
hypermistcfhowlett, no i wont be calling it ubuntu13:11
lotuspsychjehypermist: you can sell your filled usb's allright, but asking money for an opensource Os would be bad idea13:12
cfhowlettthough it has been done.  badly.13:12
hypermistWell i'd make it from scratch but im a tad stupid ;)13:12
MonkeyDusthypermist  but if you can make people pay for it, you're a winner13:12
hypermistMonkeyDust, Some people do though ;)13:13
* MonkeyDust wants to become rich by making people believe in something13:13
lotuspsychjehypermist: i dont think portable Os will make you very rich :p13:13
hypermistlotuspsychje, Not even a little rish ;)13:13
pmaxkOh..what i did..!!...sory13:13
lotuspsychjehypermist: but maybe a modified ubuntu based distro and invent crazy name and install on pc's might make $$$13:14
hypermistlotuspsychje, do the microsoft tatic you reckon ;)13:14
lotuspsychje!release | NeverWinter13:14
ubottuNeverWinter: Ubuntu releases a new version every 6 months. Each version is supported for 9 months to 5 years. More info at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases & http://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases13:14
hypermistlotuspsychje, that'd be a nasty malware (Make a fake windows 10 malware) and make it update their pc to a Custom OS in the background that'd be so mean xD13:15
pmaxkDo you like that 6 months upgrade..again and again..13:16
lotuspsychjehypermist: that might be more for #ubuntu-offtopic :p13:16
hypermistlotuspsychje, true but i shall hush now ;)13:16
lotuspsychjehypermist: come to #ubuntu-discuss plz13:18
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bromanhow can i change the creation time of a directory?13:34
* m3n3chm0 nasZ13:41
ac3takwashow do I add a buddy on here in IRC if I want to communicate frequently with him?13:43
C_minusDoes the Ubuntu installer memory stick contain GParted? I need GParted on some kind of bootable media.13:43
Abcdfginvite participant13:44
cfhowlettC_minus, yes13:44
lotuspsychjeac3takwas: remember his name :p13:44
C_minuscfhowlett - how do I get to it - "Try Ubuntu"? then what?13:45
ac3takwaslotuspsychje, how?13:45
cfhowlettC_minus, then hit the dash and search for gpartd13:45
C_minusoh ok, because it isn't in my actual running copy of ubuntu, i already searched for it.13:45
MegaHi guys! Could someone tell me please, is there any utility to check my windows partition from ubuntu? Something like chkdsk /f in windows13:46
cfhowlettMega, use windows for verify windows13:46
C_minusShould I shrink Win7, leaving free space, then check it works, THEN grow Ubuntu afterwards? OR should I do it all in one go?13:47
cfhowlettC_minus, shrink win7, boot it and verify it flies.  it'll probably demand a chkdsk.  once win7 is set, do your ubuntu install.13:48
Megacfhowlett: I have no windows on my pc :D but I have to chkdsk a hdd13:49
lotuspsychjeMega: what kinda check do you want on a non-working win partition?13:50
Megalotuspsychje: something kinda windows CHKDSK but it should work under ubuntu :3 could you advise me one please?13:52
Megacfhowlett: thank you! I'll google it right now13:53
cfhowlettMega, no google.  man fsck13:53
lotuspsychjeMega: why dont you just data recover it with photorec, and delete and re-use it?13:53
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hetiiI wan`t to ask about rtc functionality, as I see in dmesg:  RTC can wake from S413:55
hetiiIs t mean it will just work when its suspended or hibernate /13:56
hetiior it will works when its off ?13:56
SCHAAP137anyone know how to rearrange the order of the systray applets in Cinnamon?13:58
SCHAAP137nm, found it :)14:00
DamsonGetting a black screen when trying to boot a live usb on my mac mini, anyone know a fix? I can hear system sounds so it seems to only be a screen problem14:01
cfhowlett!nomodeset | Damson14:01
ubottuDamson: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter14:01
cfhowlett!mac | Damson14:02
ubottuDamson: For help on installing and using Ubuntu on a Mac, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MactelSupportTeam/CommunityHelpPages14:02
lotuspsychje!ru | lenovo_14:03
ubottulenovo_: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.14:03
lotuspsychjethe last one was prob thank you14:04
C_minusI am in GParted, running off my bootable Ubuntu mem-stick. I have shrunk Win7, leaving 120GB unallocated space. But I cant grow the Ubuntu partition, it won't allow me to make it any larger. What gives???!?!14:29
Megacfhowlett: lotuspsychje thank you guys!14:29
cfhowlettMega, happy2help!14:30
SchrodingersScatC_minus: can you maybe only grow it in one direction?14:31
C_minusIt's almost all the way to the right. Unallocated space is to the left of it. Whatever that means...14:31
SchrodingersScatcould try a move then a grow then, backups are taken right?14:32
cdk_my system wants to update but says there is not enough space in /boot and to delete old files but I'm not sure what files are old14:33
cfhowlettcdk_, /boot contains kernels.  time to clear out old ones14:33
cdk_how do i tell what ones are old?14:34
cfhowlettnumerical.  low number >>> old kernel14:34
C_minusShrodingersScat - how do I do that? For me it goes: sda1 (system reserved), sda2 (Win7 - just been shrunk),, unallocated, sda3 (divided into Ubuntu and swap), unallocated (only 1MB).14:35
auronandaceC_minus: so ubuntu and swap are logical partitions.. this means you need to enlarge the extended partition first14:37
cfhowlettC_minus, sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999914:38
C_minusauronandace: When I click the sda3 extended partition, the resize button gets greyed out. :(14:38
gioanshelloo i am a new ubuntu14:39
auronandaceC_minus: if any partitions before it are mounted then they need to be unmounted14:39
cfhowlettgioans, ask your ubuntu question14:39
gioansi uses ubuntu 14.04.X , when i changed my SIDD wwifi, my computer was break14:41
C_minusauronandace I'm not running Ubuntu, I'm runnning "Try Ubuntu" off the installer stick.14:41
lotuspsychjegioans: you cant break a computer with an ssid, tell us what happened?14:42
auronandaceC_minus: regardless, gparted will show you if anything is currently mounted14:42
auronandacegioans: so connect to the new ssid then14:42
rejd_hey guys, i need a music player recommendation :)14:42
auronandacerejd_: terminal or graphical?14:43
C_minusauronandace sorry but how do i found out/do that??14:43
rejd_whatever :)14:43
lotuspsychje!info clementine | rejd_14:43
ubotturejd_: clementine (source: clementine): modern music player and library organizer. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.2.3+dfsg-2build1 (vivid), package size 4400 kB, installed size 19114 kB14:43
auronandacerejd_: i like cmus for the terminal14:43
SchrodingersScat!info mopidy | rejd_14:43
ubotturejd_: mopidy (source: mopidy): music server with support for MPD/HTTP clients. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.19.5-1 (vivid), package size 125 kB, installed size 770 kB14:43
cfhowlettrejd_, use the default that come with your ubuntu14:43
gioansno, if i chosen another SSID, my ubuntu was break, i can not use, i can you after i reset with power buton14:44
auronandaceC_minus: there is a mountpoint column14:44
rejd_i have gmusicbrowser preinstalled and it behaves really badly, so no :)14:44
rejd_thanks ill look into cmus/mopidy :D14:44
gioansnow i uses ubuntu 14.04 it ok14:45
SchrodingersScatrejd_: if you're used to an mpd it's not bad14:45
gioansno have error that14:45
C_minuscfhowlett sorry it took a while had to memstick copy it over to a different computer http://pastebin.com/FEdzKhEY14:46
djjeffapplication crashed with sigsegv in g_slice_alloc()14:46
djjeffplease what does this mean14:46
cfhowlettC_minus, I deliberately did not ask for pastebin.  blocked in china.  sorry.14:47
Jakey2is there a way to monitor power usage by a computer through ubuntu accurately14:47
C_minusauronandace no there isnt theres "partition", "file system" "label" "size" "used" "unused" "flags"14:47
lotuspsychjedjjeff: wich application on wich ubuntu version?14:47
djjeff!info g_slice_alloc14:47
ubottuPackage g_slice_alloc does not exist in vivid14:47
djjeffa game on ubuntu 14.04 trusty 64bit14:48
lotuspsychje!info powertop | Jakey214:48
ubottuJakey2: powertop (source: powertop): diagnose issues with power consumption and management. In component main, is extra. Version 2.6.1-1 (vivid), package size 161 kB, installed size 520 kB (Only available for linux-any)14:48
C_minuscfhowlett oh right try this https://paste.ee/p/yqYD114:49
cfhowlettC_minus, right.  your computer has mbr partition table so you can have only 4 pirmary partitions.14:49
Jakey2lotuspsychje, thanks14:49
lotuspsychjedjjeff: wich game14:49
C_minuscfhowlett what difference does that make? I just want to resize them, not change how many there are.14:49
auronandaceC_minus: try highlighting the swap partition, ist currently being used?14:50
djjefflotuspsychje: maybe this gdb backtrace would help http://paste.ubuntu.com/12576171/14:51
C_minusauronandace out of 15.9GB swap partition, 4kb is being used.14:52
djjeffit seems to only seg fault when I load a save state14:52
auronandaceC_minus: sorry, i meant is it active now, if it is in use then you'll need to swappoff14:52
C_minuswhy does that make it impossivble to resize the ubuntu partition? how can i check if its active?14:53
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lotuspsychjedjjeff: tryed another graphics driver?14:53
djjeffdoes the backtrace hint its my drivers?14:54
lotuspsychjedjjeff: no im browsing errors14:54
auronandaceC_minus: because you want to resize the extended partition first then the ubuntu partition after, the swap partition is inside the extended partition, if it is in use then you can't resize the extended partition14:55
C_minusauronandace how can  i check/turn it off??14:55
auronandaceC_minus: sorry, i'm not sure since i never bother with swap partitions14:56
jpdsauronandace: Wow, do you hate suspending?14:56
auronandacejpds: i never suspend14:57
lotuspsychjeme neither14:57
lotuspsychjea pc needs to be used14:57
C_minusauronandace, so when i right click the Ubuntu drive in the "Files" sidebar, it gives me the option to mount it (so I assume its unmounted)14:57
lotuspsychjeif you dont use: sudo halt :p14:57
C_minuscfhowlett any ideas??14:57
cfhowlettC_minus, auronandace has it right.14:58
auronandaceC_minus: highlight the swap partition and rightclick it14:59
auronandaceC_minus: it should show you the option to swapoff14:59
lotuspsychjedjjeff: the name of the emulator you suing would be usefull14:59
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djjefflotuspsychje: its in the ubuntu paste that I linked along with the gdb backtrace15:00
C_minuscfhowlett and auronandace, you were right, thanks very much. all worked according to plan!15:00
C_minusoh shit wait no15:00
auronandace!yay | C_minus15:00
ubottuC_minus: Glad you made it! :-)15:00
C_minussorry for bad language15:01
C_minusi grew the extended partition (containing Ubuntu and Swap), but Ubuntu remains small. So now I just resize the Ubuntu partition INSIDE the extended partition right?15:01
auronandaceC_minus: precisely15:02
lotuspsychjedjjeff: is this vba-m visual boy?15:02
C_minusthanks all you guys! it seems to be working, a prograss bar is very slowly filling up. thanks again. see ya15:02
djjefffrom the PPA getdeb.net15:03
lotuspsychje!ppa | djjeff15:03
ubottudjjeff: 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-purge15:03
djjeffyou did not need to link that I know what a PPA is15:03
lotuspsychjedjjeff: we cant help on ppa installed stuff15:03
djjeffI should not have told you it was a PPA15:03
djjeffbecause the version in the ubuntu repos is older15:04
djjeffand even more broken15:04
lotuspsychjedjjeff: search or file a bug on the maintainers page15:04
lotuspsychjedjjeff: the more info we gather from you, the better your issue can be solved15:04
djjeffI think a gdb backtrace is pretty impressive15:04
djjeffmost people probley wont even offer one15:05
lotuspsychjedjjeff: you got same crash on the one from repos?15:05
djjeffyou are right about maintainers having to support it but when the maintainers are hard to find15:05
djjeffyou go with what is avail15:06
lotuspsychjedjjeff: we have to follow the rules mate15:06
djjeffits not like I am asking you to support my windows 98 computer in an ubuntu channel15:06
djjeffI am asking to get help on a game I play on ubuntu which is crashing15:07
lotuspsychje!latest | djjeff15:07
ubottudjjeff: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.15:07
djjeffubuntu and gaming do not go hand in hand15:07
lotuspsychjedjjeff: if you need stable, choose the one from repos15:07
lotuspsychjedjjeff: and gaming on ubuntu gets pretty nice, check shadow of mordor on steam15:08
djjeffI can not even get steam to load properly15:08
safarimani game on my linux15:09
safarimanit works fine15:09
djjeffthe only steam for ubuntu is for i38615:09
djjeffI have not found a steam for amd64 which most people have15:09
lotuspsychje!discuss | djjeff lets move on15:09
ubottudjjeff lets move on: Want to talk about Ubuntu but don't have a support question. Join #ubuntu-discuss, for other non-support  discussion not Ubuntu related you can also join #ubuntu-offtopic. Thank you.15:09
auronandacedjjeff: you do realise you can run 32bit apps on 64bit?15:10
djjeffya using 32 bit libs15:11
djjeffwhich suck15:11
djjeffbad enough dealing with pulseaudio15:11
djjeffand how crappy it is15:11
djjeff*nix does a fantastic job at being a server and basic desktop usage15:12
djjeffit was never made for gaming in mind15:12
MonkeyDustdjjeff  we get the message15:12
djjeffwhich is sad because having to switch over to god forbid windows to play games is stupid15:12
djjeffwhen you start getting comfy in *nix switching over to windows brings tears to my eyes15:13
lotuspsychje!ot | djjeff15:13
ubottudjjeff: #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!15:13
djjeffyou do a great job at using that bot maybe I can seek support from ubottu15:14
lotuspsychjedjjeff: ubottu knows alot too15:14
MonkeyDust<3 ubottu15:14
matthias_hi jemand aus deutschland hier?15:14
ubottuIn den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!15:14
SchrodingersScat!ubottu | djjeff15:14
ubottudjjeff: Hi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Usage info: http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots | Make a clone of me: /msg ubottu botclone15:14
MonkeyDustand she knows a lot of languages15:16
djjeffwhen a bot knows more than a human I start to worry15:17
djjeffand when people start worshiping it15:17
lotuspsychjedjjeff: this is an opensource, human bot ready to really help15:18
djjeffthe movie terminator is right with skynet taking over earth15:18
lotuspsychjedjjeff: true, but not here in the ubuntu community...and lets stop the offtopic here please15:19
djjeffhumanity will be dead soon because people will start having sex with bots oh they already do in some countries15:19
MonkeyDustdjjeff  do you prefer the Borg taking over earth?15:19
djjeffatleast the borg tell you their intentions where bots do not15:19
djjeffbots just take over silently15:20
lotuspsychje!life | djjeff15:20
ubottudjjeff: life is something very few people know about in this channel - and anyway, it's probably offtopic, perhaps you want to try #ubuntu-offtopic15:20
djjefflotuspsychje: you are just proving my point by using a bot to send that message15:20
djjeffmaybe could code a bot to help when a program seg faults15:21
TJ-djjeff: and the reason for that is to make it clear its a channel policy, not a personal issue15:21
TJ-djjeff: please take non-support discussion to #ubuntu-offtopic15:21
djjeffoh wow they have a channel on freenode even at #vba-m I had to register to their forums to find it15:32
SchrodingersScat!alis | djjeff15:33
ubottudjjeff: 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*15:33
RagterHello there. I'm a first time user to ubuntu and i'm trying to figure out how to set up brtfs. I was wondering if there was anybody here who could provide assistance?15:35
lotuspsychje!btrfs | Ragter15:35
ubottuRagter: Btrfs is a new filesystem available for Ubuntu. It is currently marked as experimental, and should not be used for important data. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/btrfs15:35
Ragterseen that guide it doesn't make sense to me though.15:36
Jakey2is there a way to upgrade the kernel from terminal in one command15:37
cfhowlettRagter, best to use ext4 then15:37
RagterI would like to set up a raid 0 setup that will allow me to add additional drives in the future.15:37
RagterI was advised to use btrfs but the guide doesn't explain what i'm supposed to do very well. It jumps a bit and i'm not sure what i'm supposed to do once i've installed ubuntu15:39
lotuspsychje!kernel | Jakey215:40
ubottuJakey2: The core of Ubuntu is the Linux kernel: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel - You shouldn't have to compile your own, and if you need to troubleshoot issues, you can try a !Mainline kernel instead, but if you insist, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile (see also !Stages)15:40
anternati hve installed 14.04 server but i dont have int. access(connecting via usb adapter) wireless15:45
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anternati foollowed the guide here :  http://askubuntu.com/questions/464507/ubuntu-14-04-server-wifi-wpa2-personal15:46
AfterDarknesshello got a problem. Can't connect with eth don't know what's the problem15:46
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  is this anew install?15:47
AfterDarknessit is 15.04 upgraded from 14.1015:48
anternati cannot ping
MonkeyDustanternat  that's your router, connection to the internet15:48
AfterDarknessI can connect with wifi. but my eth somehow wont connect. it shows that it is trying to connect(I am talking about the icon) but the icon stay like that forever15:49
anternatMonkeyDust >> yes ,but i should have pinged it succesfully after changing the interfaces right?15:50
anternathow do i restart networking?15:50
MonkeyDustanternat  sudo service network restart15:50
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  sudo systemctl resart network-manager15:50
MonkeyDustanternat  or networking15:50
AfterDarknessBluesKaj, nvm I got it. It was because I set my eth No.0 in my router to static ip15:51
AfterDarknessI just remembered I was using a different router I just reverted to my old one15:51
RagterHow do i mount a drive within ubuntu. sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt is not showing any response.15:51
seonerMake sure to choose an Ubuntu variant without Unity (standard Ubuntu running Unity desktop environment) if you care about privacy15:51
seonertrue or false?15:51
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  odd I have my eth0 set to a static IP in my router15:51
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  ok15:52
ubuntu423I have a problem, so I have an asus rog GL551J laptop with an nvidia gtx 960m, this error occurs on both open source and proprietary drivers.  whenever I try to plug my computer in to an external monitor the screen goes black and kind of flashes and nothing shows up on tv, i have tried with multiple tvs and hdmi cords and it works when I use intel integrated graphics mode15:52
auronandaceseoner: unity simply has something turned on by default, you can easily turn it off15:52
BluesKajseoner,  false15:52
seonerBluesKaj: why?15:52
auronandaceseoner: it just allows online search results15:52
AfterDarknessI am talking about the first port(i meant port 1 in my router). I guess it is different from one router to another?15:52
seonerauronandace: what is unity, and why should it be turned off?15:53
auronandaceseoner: unity is the default user interface for ubuntu (it is based on gnome3)15:53
ubuntu423it is?15:53
ubuntu423wow i didn't know that15:53
BluesKajthere's no reason security wise to opt out of ant ubuntu flavors ...someone is making misleading statments about DEs15:53
MonkeyDustseoner  unity is your DE, it has been chosen a the default, but you can easily install something else15:53
seonerauronandace MonkeyDust: so why not using unity? what has it do with my privacy by using it?15:54
MonkeyDustseoner  and if you don't want online searches, simply disable them in the system settings15:54
cfhowlett!fud it is15:54
ubottucfhowlett: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:54
auronandaceseoner: i already told you, the dash has a feature that allows online results by default15:54
MonkeyDustseoner  what are you asking about privacy?15:55
ubuntu423I have a problem, so I have an asus rog GL551J laptop with an nvidia gtx 960m, this error occurs on both open source and proprietary drivers.  whenever I try to plug my computer in to an external monitor the screen goes black and kind of flashes and nothing shows up on tv, i have tried with multiple tvs and hdmi cords and it works when I use intel integrated graphics mode I am running ubuntu gnome 15.0415:55
seonerMonkeyDust: read above15:55
seonerauronandace: so by have it enabled, it allows online results without my knowing or what?15:56
MonkeyDustseoner  simply disable online searches, i don't get why you're so worried... but better take it to #ubuntu-offtopic15:56
MonkeyDustseoner  on #ubuntu-discuss15:56
auronandaceseoner: when you use the dash to search for stuff it shows online results there too, that is all it is for15:56
BluesKajubuntu423,  you have hybrid graphics then you should install nvidia-prime15:56
node_How do I produce a 'beep' sound from the terminal?15:57
seonerauronandace: should i worry abotu Unity if i am running debian?15:57
auronandaceseoner: i don't think you understand what unity is15:58
MonkeyDustseoner  ask in the debian channel15:58
seonerauronandace: so it has nothing to do with my privacy?15:59
MonkeyDustseoner  no15:59
seonersomebody said15:59
seoner17:53 < sauvin> The so-called spyware in Unity can be disabled.15:59
seonerspyware in Unity?15:59
bekksseoner: There is no spyware in Ubuntu.16:00
seonerbekks: so why are people saying that then?16:00
bekksseoner: Online search results can be disabled, which seems to be an unknown feature for Mr. Stallman.16:00
MonkeyDustspyware in linux? exciting! tell me all!16:00
ubottuPlease do not fall prey to, or spread FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) - it is not welcome here!  Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_uncertainty_and_doubt16:00
bekksseoner: People say so, cause they believe in FUD.16:00
ubuntu423is nvidia prime the nvidia x server config application16:00
ubuntu423if so I already have it16:01
gtozzi_node_: use "beep" command16:01
seonerbekks: how do i disable it?16:01
cfhowlettseoner don't be so gullible16:01
MonkeyDustisnt canonical sponsored by NSA?16:01
ubuntu423ya I already have it16:01
auronandaceseoner: there is a feature that is enabled by default that allows online search results to show in your dash, THAT IS ALL, there is no grand conspiracy to steal personal information and as has been said many times you can turn it off16:01
gtozzi_seoner: well, "sending personal data without explicit consent" is spyware then :)16:02
node_gtozzi_: just installed beep. it doesn't work.16:02
RyryI have a problem with Arp-poisoning, someone know something about it ?16:03
gtozzi_node_: are you trying to get a beep from the pc buzzer or from the speakers/headphones?16:03
SeveasRyry: unplug rogue devices, slap the users who plugged them in16:03
node_gtozzi_: speaker16:03
gtozzi_node_: it should work then. I use it quite often.16:04
gtozzi_Ryry: be sure to do not forget the slap part16:05
node_gtozzi_: What other way can I play a sound?16:05
gtozzi_node_: Maybe your buzzer is broken/not connected? If you are planning to use the speakers instead you could use mpg12316:06
node_gtozzi_: What does the16:07
node_gtozzi_ 'aplay' command do?16:07
gtozzi_node_: I don't know it, but "man aplay" will tell you16:08
node_gtozzi_: aplay [file.wav] plays the file....16:09
fasfeeehow can I tell apt-get to not install any x11/qt etc?16:13
AfterDarknessBluesKaj, sorry it wasn't working the up arrow and down arrow icon was showing up and i thought it worked but in fact there wasn't any connection16:13
AfterDarknessany suggestions? i tried to restart the network manager didn't work.16:13
AfterDarknessjust can't seem to be able to connect to Auto Ethernet16:14
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  open your /etc/network/interfaces and make sure you have these 2 lines16:18
BluesKajauto lo16:18
BluesKajiface lo inet loopback16:18
AfterDarknessgot em16:18
ubuntu423I have a problem, so I have an asus rog GL551J laptop with an nvidia gtx 960m, this error occurs on both open source and proprietary drivers.  whenever I try to plug my computer in to an external monitor the screen goes black and kind of flashes and nothing shows up on tv, i have tried with multiple tvs and hdmi cords and it works when I use intel integrated graphics mode I am running ubuntu gnome 15.0416:19
BluesKajAfterDarkness,  ifconfig to see if you ahve eth0 listed16:21
AfterDarknessi have it16:21
loverdriveHi. I have an old 13.10 xubuntu system. I want to upgrade it to 14.04... if i do a "apt-get upgade" i found all server offline (i think the repository of 13.10 is nowaday down...)   Any procedure to upgrade safetly to 14.04 ?16:22
cfhowlett!eolupgrade | loverdrive16:23
ubottuloverdrive: 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/EOLUpgrades16:23
loverdrivecfhowlett, thanks! :)16:24
BluesKajloverdrive,  sudo do-release-upgrade16:25
cfhowlett13.10 BluesKaj16:25
BluesKajyeah but he's upgrading to 14.04 which is still supported16:26
cfhowletttrue but release-upgrade to 14.04 is no longer supported except fro 12.05=416:27
cfhowlettand as 13.10 is eol ...16:28
BluesKajok thanks cfhowlett, doesn't make sense , however there's alot of that going around  with ubuntu thses days16:29
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[BNC]AlastorUbuntu rocks16:39
loverdriveBluesKaj, if i do a "do-release-upgrade, it tell me that there is no new release16:40
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BluesKajloverdrive,  best to install 14.04 clean from media , it's easy if you have separate root and /home partitions16:43
geirhaloverdrive: did you change to old-realeases repo first?16:43
loverdrivegeirha, yes16:43
geirhaand sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade?16:43
loverdrivegeirha, apt-get upgrade (and dist-upgrade), also after a apt-get update, tell me there is no upgrades16:44
geirhaloverdrive: Odd. That should've worked :/16:44
loverdrivein old-release repo, i set saucy (13.10), right? or i must set 14.04?16:44
geirhano, saucy is correct16:45
loverdriveand i set old-release, but i comment others repo16:45
loverdriveis right?16:45
geirhayes, old-realease should be the only enabled repo16:46
loverdrivealso update-manager tell me system is up to date16:49
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thelastlion23start certification linux ...1st steps/recomendations??16:52
geirhaloverdrive: what about adding -d to do-release-upgrade?16:52
BernzelWhat must I do in order to create a new folder in usr/share/fonts? I dont have permission at the moment16:53
geirhasudo mkdir ...16:53
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geirhaThough you should probably do that in /usr/local/share/fonts instead16:53
Bernzelgeirha, will for example Gimp recognize the fonts in that folder then?16:54
loverdrivegeirha, i have set (in update-manager) to upgrade only to lts. Now i try to set to upgrade to every release, and it seems to perform upgrade, but i stop it immediately. I want to upgrade only to lts16:55
geirhaBernzel: I believe so, yes16:55
loverdriveif i set to upgrade to every release, it will perform a upgrade to nex (so 14.04) or to last release?16:55
geirhaloverdrive: Well the next on, 14.04, is LTS16:55
loverdriveyes, i know 14.04 is lts16:55
geirhathe only supported upgrade path from 13.10 is 14.0416:56
Bernzelgeirha, Ok thanks!16:56
geirhaLTS releases are the only ones that can skip versions16:56
geirhaloverdrive: so remove that LTS setting, upgrade, then enable it again16:57
loverdriveok, thank you geirha16:57
Saulo-!seen RogerDodger16:58
ubottuI have no seen command16:58
Bernzelgeirha, hm don't seem Gimp is finding the font in that place..17:04
TammytonHey people. I'm just about to install ubuntu. Are there any good getting started guides available? I've never used linux before.17:05
geirhaBernzel: It's been a while since I've messed around with fonts, but there's a font cache you have to update somehow. I don't remember how though.17:05
geirhatonyyarusso: https://help.ubuntu.com/ is a good start17:06
lazierxxgeirha: you can instal Microsoft fonts17:06
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Jakey2is there a way to switch on your machine remotely17:12
Jakey2through the network17:12
TJ-Jakey2: Yes, it is called Wake On LAN17:13
Jakey2TJ-, thanks17:13
Bernzelgeirha, are opentype fonts suppose to be .txt files?17:17
mariano1Hi all, I am not running the terminal in full screen. I only start the program in a small window, where a lot of text is shown every second, but I think that I am not the only one running such kind of programs. Is there a way to make the compiz process to use less CPU? The terminal only displays text, nothing else, it is not a 3D Game. Or what can I do with this problem? I have to run the JAVA application in Ubuntu17:17
mariano1I am using a JAVA program in Ubuntu which displays a lot of messages in the command line. A couple of second after starting the program, the messages are displayed and compiz'sCPU usage raises to more than 100%.17:18
mariano1s it normal? Should the compiz process use so much CPU? Or is the problem that my JAVA program displays to much messages in the terminal?17:18
geirhaBernzel: no17:21
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scornflakeshey does anyone have suggestions for a program that will monitor logs that will email me on certain keywords?17:26
bipulscornflakes, Use logstash.17:26
scornflakesbipul: thanks!17:29
bipulscornflakes, Do you know how to configure logstash to your /var/log directory?17:30
scornflakesbipul: i'll read the documentation17:30
scornflakesit's not the /var/log directory though17:30
Jakey2whats the best way to put ubuntu server to sleep17:31
Jakey2from terminal17:31
bipulSyslog you wants to monitor? right?17:31
Jakey2and to wake17:31
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TJ-Jakey2: "pm-suspend"17:33
Jakey2TJ-, thanks17:34
OutOfCheeseCakeHi, I'm experiencing a strange wacom related problem on 14.04 amd64 (both unity and e20 desktop)17:34
scornflakesbipul: chat logs for my chan, those are in a different directory17:35
OutOfCheeseCakethe tablet (bamboo fun) works fiuns, but after I open a terminal the area is restricted to exactly half the width of the screen17:35
OutOfCheeseCakecould someone point me to how I can start troubleshooting this?17:35
Jakey2TJ-, so pmi action suspend and how to wake up?17:35
bipulscornflakes, ok put the directory path there :)17:36
OutOfCheeseCakealso the kind of terminal doesn't matter, happens with gnome-terminal, xterm and terminology17:36
OutOfCheeseCakeafter closing the terminal the problem persists17:37
OutOfCheeseCakebtw "fiuns" = fine sry about that17:39
Jakey2can someone explain to me how to sleep and hibernate on ubuntu server17:45
OutOfCheeseCake@Jakey pm-suspend and pm-hibernate should do the trick17:47
OutOfCheeseCakeeasiest way to wake it up is via wake on lan17:47
OutOfCheeseCake@Jakey if you have no physical access to the server you need to configure waking up first (via wakeonlan or etherwake)17:52
OutOfCheeseCakeimportant detail -.-17:52
cuddylierWhy does the following iptables rule say invalid arguments?17:55
cuddylieriptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 108 -i eth0 -m state --state NEW -m recent --update --seconds 10 --hitcount 30 -j DROP17:55
bryan_hello everybody17:55
Koyaanisis this a valid expression?  "chmod 777 /opt/lampp/htdocs/rcp/xml/*.*"17:56
bryan_i have a requirement17:56
somsipKoyaanis: do it as an ls to check what files will be amended and if it expands, it'll work in any command17:57
SchrodingersScatKoyaanis: sure, should work17:57
bryan_i want to send the gnome-panel process in background so that i cannot see those bottom/top panels..how can i achieve it?17:57
bryan_i do not want to autohide panels..17:58
bryan_it needs to be in background17:59
EriC^^Koyaanis: that will chmod the files that have a "." in them in the middle, it won't chmod all files nor hidden files17:59
bryan_can anybody help me in this regard?18:02
degvaHi guys. I have a problem with a joystick in ubuntu. Thing is that it's missing 2 axes: ABS_RX and ABS_RY. It worked in Ubuntu 14.04 - but now in Ubuntu 15.04 does not.18:12
Jakey2OutOfCheeseCake, thanks18:12
degvaIt have happened to me before - once I upgrade somethine, ubuntu is unable to find the other axes. In a fresh install, though, it shows all of them without problem18:13
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v_linusboa tarde18:19
Jakey2whats the difference between putting to sleep and just swiching off the computer18:22
MonkeyDustJakey2  putting to sleep saves your session, to ram or to disk (suspend or hibernate)18:23
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* ace_me is no longer away - Gone for 1 hrs 29 mins 54 secs18:23
MonkeyDust!away > ace_me18:23
ubottuace_me, please see my private message18:23
Jakey2i see18:24
OutOfCheeseCakenvm I resolved my wacom issue (script from previous installation called in .bashrc shame on me)18:24
CaySo an application is causing a hardcrash on my PC when the load is heavy. I'm not running it as root so my assumption here is a hardware issue causing a hard failure. What logs would I look at when I boot up to figure out what happened?18:26
MonkeyDustJakey2  if you saved to disk, the session is still there after you restart... if you save to ram, it's gone when you restart18:26
bekksCay: Whats a "hardcrash"?18:26
Cay(I'm currently running memtest86)18:27
Cayfreeze up then reboot18:27
Cayand just freeze up18:27
bekksCay: And the application in question is memtest86?18:27
Jakey2MonkeyDust, thanks18:28
Cayno, I'm running memtest incase it's a bad section of memory, app in question is unity3d (linux native editor)18:28
OutOfCheeseCake@Cay make sure your HW is ok (easy to test) before you launch an extended search for a software error18:28
OutOfCheeseCakegfx card, power supply, RAM18:28
CayOutOfCheeseCake, yeah that's my assumption too18:28
Caynot sure how to figure out which failed though18:29
CayI can test ram easy, the rest not so much18:29
OutOfCheeseCakedoes your MB have an onboard gfx card? then you could take the main one out and test with that18:30
CayI do not believe so18:31
bekksCay: What does "linux native editor" mean in terms of "Unity3D"?18:31
OutOfCheeseCake@bekks I suspect he's talking about the game engine18:32
CayI am18:32
Caythey have released a linux native version of it18:33
OutOfCheeseCake@Cay power supply can only be tested by plugging in one that's known to work (eg from a friend or other computer)18:33
OutOfCheeseCakeI'd start with the power supply18:33
CayMy guess is around the PS too18:33
OutOfCheeseCakeyeah sounds like it18:33
Cayit's also cooking in there (my very first assumption was over heating so I cleaned 5 years of caked up dust off everything)18:33
Caybut even in headless mode essentially this has been dieing anytime there is significant draw on the system (it had fbsd on it before and making a few ports caused a segfault)18:34
Cayand crash18:34
Cayso with my next paycheck I'll replace that18:35
OutOfCheeseCakeI'd try to see if a PS swap fixes it18:35
OutOfCheeseCakeif not you bought one without a reason18:35
OutOfCheeseCakeI assume there's nothing in syslog about the freeze/crash?18:36
CayOutOfCheeseCake, I'll check that next to be safe18:38
Caybut I'm pretty sure not18:38
CayOutOfCheeseCake, I live 1800miles from my closest friend. Not many options out of just buying new hardware at this point18:38
OerHeksTime to make some new friends :-D18:39
OutOfCheeseCake@Cay that's a bummer18:42
Caythough stress testing the videocard18:43
Caywithout wrecking the cpu18:43
Cayany suggestions?18:43
Cayand then vis-versa18:43
OutOfCheeseCakenvidia card?18:44
* m3n3chm0 nasZ18:45
Cayerr radeon gtx 687018:46
popnflossthe touchpad on my thinkpad is extremely jittery and pretty much impossible to use18:46
LuiXhey, I'm trying to do the following. I'm trying to make a liveUSB with persistence, but also a windows compatible partition for data, and an encrypted partition. I was looking for partition layouts, and I've tried some without success. I was looking for a curated set of instructions that you've personally tested18:46
popnflossive tried tweaking the xorg configuration file for synaptics but it doesnt help18:47
Caypopnfloss, turn down the sensitivity?18:47
popnflossif i just put my finger on the touchpad the mouse cursor shakes all over the place18:47
popnflossive already tried that it doesnt help18:47
popnflossthe same problem happens in windows if you dont install the non-generic synaptics driver18:47
OutOfCheeseCake@Cay just remembered ubuntu has 'system testing' accessible18:48
popnflossbut there is no proprietary synaptics driver for linux18:48
OutOfCheeseCakevia dash18:48
OutOfCheeseCakethere's a graphics test there18:48
Caycool OutOfCheeseCake ! I will check that out118:48
OutOfCheeseCakeif it was a nvidia card I'd tested it with blender + CUDA18:49
popnflossSome users have their cursor inexplicably jump around the screen. There currently no patch for this, but the developers are aware of the problem and are working on it.18:49
popnflossthis is on the arch wiki, which is a bleeding edge distro with the latest drivers18:49
popnflossso i can only assume that the linux driver for synaptics is a broken pile of shit and they havent fixed it18:50
popnflossso thats great18:50
martinrameHi, I installed ubuntu 15.04 server, after boot it hangs waiting for user, but I can't type anything, aparently the usb keyboard insn't working.18:53
martinrameBTW, the keyboard worked perfectly while installing.18:53
ProfMacjust spent fun with 12.04 updates and lost X.18:55
martinrameHi, I installed ubuntu 15.04 server, after boot it hangs waiting for user, but I can't type anything, aparently the usb keyboard insn't working. The keyboard worked as expected during when installing.18:55
MonkeyDustsounds odd, a server with a usb keyboard18:56
martinrameMonkeyDust: well, the machine is a standard PC, but I installed ubuntu server on it.18:57
bekksmartinrame: Do you know the IP address of that machine?18:58
martinramebekks: yes, and it has ssh installed, but I cannot login nor ping...18:58
HickorySmokedBacI know this isn't exactly a directly ubuntu related question, but would anyone know any extention or program that'd autosave images from an image place like tumblr or other forums with thumbnails/then links to real image ?18:59
TJ-martinrame: at which point is it hanging? Have you tried the Advanced > Recovery option?18:59
martinrameTJ-: not yet, the hangs happens just after login prompt is displayed.19:00
martinrameThe cursor sits at right of "login: " as expected, then, after a couple of seconds, it goes to the far left side and stays there.19:02
RasperinOutOfCheeseCake: Yeah gonna say syslog didn't quite catch it: http://pastebin.com/LsSza2By19:04
LinuxGuy2020When is the whole snappy packages thing supposed to happen? It sounds like a good solution to offline software installs.19:05
dumdedumshi, does anyone know of a way to tell how big a .tar file will be after i gunzip a .tar.z?19:05
martinrameTJ-: I booted in advanced recovery mode, and when the menu is shown I cannot select any option using the keyboard.19:05
Caydumdedums, ls -altr19:06
Cayoh prior to gunzipping get the size for the file post gunzipping?19:07
dumdedumsCay: ya, i keep running out of hard drive space when i try running 'gunzip fn.tar.gz'19:07
dumdedumsand i'm trying to figure out how much space i need to free up19:07
Rasperinhow big is the file? (Also 7z tends to be better at compressing things but I don't believe it has a "this will be XYZ big")19:08
dumdedumsthe .tar.gz is 27GB, and i know that the .tar file is going to be bigger than 105GB19:09
dumdedumstrying to find out how much bigger19:09
TJ-dumdedums: "tar -tf fn.tar.gz" might help19:10
dumdedumsnevermind!  i found it.  gunzip -l shows uncompressed size.  thank you all.19:11
OutOfCheeseCake@Cay sry am afk atm but yeah that syslog is pretty meh and I'd search for a problem in the hardware19:19
anternati can ssh to my server from outside the lan but not within lan.What can be the reason?19:21
TJ-martinbjeldbak: is the keyboard connected via a USB hub? Have you tried alternate USB ports?19:23
Cayoh system test looks like it hard crashed19:26
Caycan't hit it with ssh19:26
Caythis actually is a good thing19:26
sn0w3Do we need a handle for online activities ?19:29
bekkssn0w3: ?19:29
sn0w3bekks: should we brand ourselves with an handle for online activities?19:30
bekksThats sounds even more weird than the sentence before.19:31
ZigguratI have been looking for a method of installing ubuntu touch as a login session in an existing ubuntu install, I can only find tutorials to install ubuntu touch in an emulator or to a supported device, anyone know of a way?19:32
bekksZiggurat: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot19:33
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wileeeZiggurat, Have you seen the touch setup?19:34
Zigguratwileee no? only preinstalled images19:35
wileeeZiggurat, pretty limited is all, not really worthy on a computer, at least from here.19:35
Zigguratbekks wileee I am working on porting ubuntu to my intel tablet. I have gotten very far the last days.19:36
ZigguratOnly missing bluetooth, touch, and sensors19:36
wileeeZiggurat, what tablet?19:38
ZigguratChuwi Vi819:38
Zigguratwileee just got GPU acceleration to work, exited :P19:41
* micechal test19:41
wileeeshould work in the end others have installed ubuntu it looks like, no idea on any help however. Gold star if you get both working. ;)19:43
Zigguratwileee Yeah I need either bluetooth or touch to work for it to be a useable tablet in of it self. Of course sensors and audio is also important, but less so :P19:45
Zigguratbekks is Ubuntu Touch and Wily so different that Touch has to be installed in a chroot?19:47
wileeeZiggurat, touch and ubuntu are very different in several areas.19:48
wileeeZiggurat, You might look into the #ubuntu-touch channel19:49
Zigguratwileee Thanks looks useful :)19:49
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bekksZiggurat: I never said that Touch needs to be installed in a chroot, I answered your question on how to Install Ubuntu from within Ubuntu.19:55
CayYep any significant draw (anytime total cpu usage hits 90% across all 16 cores) hard crashes the machine19:56
CayI'm going to guess powersupply19:56
Zigguratbekks okay, I just thought it can be installed similar to how you can install Gnome or KDE on an existing install.19:56
bekksCay: Powersupply, RAM, GPU, Mainboard, Temperature are just a few reasons possible.19:57
Caybekks, not the ram or temps, temps are sticking between 20-50c19:58
DeathDealerHi all.19:58
DeathDealerHi all.19:59
adroit_machineKubuntu 14.04 we're sorry Plasma shell closed unexpectedly. Every 4 seconds. Need help19:59
bekksCay: How long did you run memtest86+? 24 hours?20:00
Caybekks, the longest so far would be longer than that but I can't remember if it was a day and a half or more20:01
Caybut I've been plagued with this issue for awhile20:01
CayI ran it earlier today to pass: 100%20:01
Caythat was about 2hrs20:01
kk0710Hi guys, I have an Ubuntu desktop with plex I use as my media server.  My laptop was Ubuntu 14.04 as well but I was having such troubles with it I finally threw windows 10 on there and it is running well for the first time since I got it.  When it had 14.04 on there I simply used Remmina to remote desktop into my Server but I can't seem to get wind20:02
kk0710ows to connect properly.  It connects and accepts the PW but I just get a fuzzy background with an X as the mouse ponter?20:02
ZigguratAnyone know how to compile a kernel module such as this https://lkml.org/lkml/2015/8/25/73820:02
CayI tailed syslog and ran handbrake20:02
bekksCay: Completing a pass takes a few minutes only, and doesnt mean much.20:03
Cay[Hardware Error]: cache level: L3/GEN, mem/io: GEN, mem-tx: GEN, part-proc: GEN (no timeout)20:03
adroit_machine kubuntu 15.04 "we're sorry Plasma shell closed unexpectedly" -every 3-4 seconds. Need help!!20:03
wileeekk0710, samba is most often suggested here I think.20:03
wileee!samba | kk0710 If I understand you20:04
ubottukk0710 If I understand you: Samba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/samba.html20:04
kk0710I'm not seeing anything in those howtos for remote desktop20:05
LuiXany ideas on how could I troubleshoot a liveUSB that the persistence is not working? here's the boot log http://pastebin.com/n8FFMpsz20:08
kk0710you know what maybe it is time to forgo remoting but instead set up file sharing.  Problem is I will need an HDMI out graphics card to connec the server to my TV for when I do need to access it as an OS.  ANy sugestions there?20:08
wileeeLuiX, How did you set the persistence? An the final usb you expect.20:10
LuiXwileee, I used multibootusb. I'm a basic user, don't know how to configute them manually. the usb has 4 partitions and I chose the 4th in order. maybe is that?20:11
Rimanncan anyone possibly walk me through the installation of WINE and SketchUp20:12
Rimanni've been trying to figure it out and keep running into problems20:12
wileeeLuiX, You used the multiboot app to assign the persistence to an iso?20:12
ubuntu953hey! i have dualbooted 15.04 with win8.1. but on restart it loads directly to windows. i have read several posts but cant understand what to do20:12
LuiXI'm not very sure of what you're asking. I chose the iso on multiboot and it asked me if i wanted persistence. heres the partition of the USB any ideas on how could I troubleshoot a liveUSB that the persistence is not working? here's the boot log http://pastebin.com/n8FFMpsz20:13
LuiX^ wileee20:14
EriC^^ubuntu953: press esc when the pc boots, do you get a boot options menu in the list?20:14
EriC^^ubuntu953: try to boot the live usb and press try ubuntu and come on irc20:15
ubuntu953_it shows boot options but no linux20:15
ubuntu953_i mean ubuntu20:16
wileeeLuiX, When you add persistence it is to a specific iso, only one, not the usb on all iso's is all. the main gui has the persistence button with the list of any iso's loaded.20:16
EriC^^ok, are you in the live usb right now?20:16
ubuntu953_no i will have to restart again20:16
CayHere is my syslog after my latest crash: http://pastebin.ca/317508820:16
EriC^^ubuntu953_: ok20:16
ubuntu953_also i had chosen the advanced option during install and manually set the partitions20:17
wileeeLuiX, I'm assuming your using the multisystem usb loader, however all multiloading has this persistence issue, unless you were able to bypass it some way.20:19
EriC^^ubuntu953_: ok, np, boot the live usb20:19
Rimannubuntu953_ what kind of pc are you using?20:20
ubuntu953_kind of pc in the sense? it has uefi20:21
LuiXwileee, any suggestions on a beginner-friendly way to creating a usb persistent? already tried unetbootin and ubuntu disk creator, but in the last one i can't choose the right partition.20:21
wileeeLuiX, Partition?20:21
ubuntu953_going to restart and boot into live usb20:21
mystupidnickim trying to get login from kdm to unity desktop work. but it just hangs with an empty desktop background20:22
wileeeLuiX, Are you trying to have a persistent partition, or file in the partition with the iso?20:22
mystupidnickbut starting unity from within kde with "unity --replace" works20:23
Rimannubuntu953_ i had a similar problem, this worked for me but im not sure if it will work for you, I didn't partition mine. Boot options >efi>grub>ubuntu20:23
kk0710hey guys I want to be able to connect my 14.04 server Desktop to my TV as a monitor via HDMI, I was thinking of getting the gtx 970  but realize I am not a PC gamer so don't really need that, any suggestions?20:23
LuiXwileee, the usb is partitioned. here's the layout. http://imgur.com/s4lGMp9 I wanted to have a windows compatible sector and an encrypted one. i reserved sdb4 for the system and the space for the persistence.20:23
ubottuchiara: 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 ».20:26
wileeeLuiX, I have no idea, I saw the encrypt. I just wonder if you know the limitations of a live and persistent setup is all, all in all this is a setup that makes any sense.20:26
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LuiXwileee, yeah. Any suggestion on how to make a liveUSB that : 1) has persistence 2) has a windows-compatible partition 3) has an encrypted partition?20:28
LuiXwileee, i'm far from expert, but the order of the partition could play a part on this? does it always have to be the first partition the one that boots?20:30
LuiXI'll try to rearrange the partitions20:30
wileeeLuiX, any fat or ntfs is windows readable, however has to be first partition on a plugin in windows. you have a tiny ext2 there. You have the usb set up as a full install model is all,  except for the sdb1 which is a fat which is the live install file type unless you dd.20:31
LuiXwileee, you recommend that I rearrange the partitions?20:32
wileeeLuiX, You also have the partitions out of numerical order from left to right, that makes things convoluted20:32
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Jakey2how do i install virtualbox externtion pack from terminal20:33
bekksVBoxManage extpack ...20:33
LuiXwileee, I'll rearrange them and see what happens20:33
wileeeLuiX, Do you want the encrypt seen from windows and linux/20:34
LuiXwileee, is it possible?20:34
wileeeLuiX, I ask because windows will only see the first partition is all on a usb.20:35
LuiXwileee, no problem if its not readable by windows20:35
bekkswileee: Thats not true. Windows perfectly sees and uses multiple partitions on an USB device.20:36
wileeebekks, It can but not stock, and not easy as far as I know, but I like to learn.20:37
bekkswileee: Totally easy - Just configure drive letters for the extra partitions.20:38
aedendIs glibc the same as (Ubuntu EGLIBC 2.19-0ubuntu6.6) 2.19 ?20:38
bekksaedend: glibc is not the same as eglibc.20:38
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wileeeLuiX, More info, never done it but bekks knows there stuff.20:38
kk0710hey guys I want to be able to connect my 14.04 server Desktop to my TV as a monitor via HDMI, I was thinking of getting the gtx 970  but realize I am not a PC gamer so don't really need that, any suggestions?20:39
aedendbekks, ok, I did apt search for glibc but all I could find was glibc-source glibc-doc and glibc-doc-reference. Do I need to install glibc from source?20:40
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bekksaedend: Whats the actual problem you are trying to solve?20:42
wileeeLuiX, So not sure on encrypting, but for the persistent iso, load a iso to a fat32 partition using an app, and assign persistence to the iso when loading choose a size there that works. I like the multisystem usb loader, the ones you mentioned should work.20:42
LuiXwileee, all the solutions on that i've found (loading to a fat) required a windows app. any app that makes this on linux?20:44
aedendbekks, it's probably offtopic at this point. Trying to do a linix from scratch install. Getting make errors. Thanks for your help20:45
bekksaedend: So you are trying to install LFS, not Ubuntu?20:45
wileeeLuiX, This site has many, this is the one I use so I'm biased here. http://www.pendrivelinux.com/multiboot-create-a-multiboot-usb-from-linux/20:45
aedendbekks, installing LFS and using Ubuntu as the host.20:46
ubottuLFS is Linux From Scratch (www.linuxfromscratch.org) - not to be confused with !LTS, which is the long term support release of Ubuntu (currently 8.04 (server), 10.04 and 12.04)20:47
wileeeLuiX, I think the key here if you have multiple partitions is just have the one mounted you want the iso in20:47
bekksaedend: Well, this isnt LFS support. :)20:47
LuiXI see wileee20:48
aedendbekks, I understand that, that is why I said "it's probably offtopic at this point" :) Just wanted to check here about (Ubuntu EGLIBC 2.19-0ubuntu6.6) 2.19. Thanks for the help. You also, MonkeyDust20:48
LuiXi'll check that site wileee20:49
wileeeLuiX, With the gui app loaders, I'm not sure partition choice is in their menus in general, general use is one partition o a usb. This can all be done from the command line if you wanted to look it up. I like the gui's myself.20:50
LuiXI like them too, wileee. So far every one worked, the system booted, but persistent just wasnt there20:51
LuiXfor example i get this in line 11 http://pastebin.com/n8FFMpsz20:52
wileeeLuiX, Open the usb and look fpr a casper in there, in home I believe.20:53
wileeecasper-rw I believe20:54
anternati cannot ping my server locally but it is already connected to the internet20:54
LuiXwileee, there is a folder20:54
anternatwhat must i do?20:54
wileeeLuiX, right click it and find the size of it20:55
LuiXwileee, 1.4Gb20:55
wileeeLuiX, Hmm, big enough, not sure why there is an issue, just have had no issues here is all.20:56
wileeeLuiX, In the iso loaded partition right?20:57
wileeesdb1 was the only one that is a valid to use is all20:58
LuiXwileee, yes, in sdb4 there is a folder named casper, full path is /media/root/multibootusb/lxle-14.04.3-64bit/casper20:59
wileeeLuiX, All wrong partition types except the fat32, that is where the iso and persistent should be. This is an iso load, you set up a full install partitioning setup, except for the fat. So wipe it if nothing is needed, put the windows needed partition first then a fat32 next for ubuntu, and the 3rd partition for your encrypt21:02
asklepiandoes anyone know what the future of gesture support looks like in ubuntu?21:02
asklepianI know about touchegg21:03
asklepianbut I'm trying to make the transition to ubuntu from mac, which has better touch tool21:03
asklepianand gestures just make everything SOOO much easier21:03
bekksThats why they work perfectly on my Mac, running OSX ;)21:03
LuiXgot it wileee21:03
asklepianright, but I want to move over to ubuntu21:04
asklepianand touchegg is... not that great21:04
bekksasklepian: You will not find a satisfying tool on Ubuntu when knowing how gestures work on OSX :)21:05
asklepianI wish I knew enough about programming to be able to dissect better touch tool21:05
asklepianwell that's a shame21:06
wileeeLuiX, Cool, let us know when you need info. ;)21:07
LuiXi'll keep you posted wileee21:07
anternatcan eth0 and wlan0 have same local static ip address?21:08
jontyhey anybody???21:09
sandman7_hey jonty, how’s it going21:10
mrkiei need to know what ip has my acryan playonhd nas, i can use it as being a samba share, how will i know it?21:12
bekksmrkie: Access it as documented in the manual, and configure your shares as documented in there.21:14
Karl_Hi gys, I want to add a new video card to my 14.04 server, I just want to have hdmi out as I won't be doing any hardcore gaming and will be used more for watching movies on my tv.  Any suggestions?21:18
jontyhey sandman7_ ,, its good , how's it going there21:19
MonkeyDustjonty  this is the ubuntu support channel21:19
jontyhey guys i just installed xubuntu , my bluetooth audio handset in not working anymore ,, it is working perfectly in mint and ubuntu21:21
mrkiebekks: solved21:21
jontyyeah it says solved on th forums but those methods are not working21:22
MonkeyDustjonty  if you don't get an answer here, there are some 100 people in #xubuntu21:23
jontythnx MOnkeyDust21:24
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frologhow dcan i compare 2 files easily in ubuntu? like winmerge for windows?21:35
w30frolog, diff21:36
MonkeyDustit's called diffutils21:36
Bashing-omfrolog: There is 'diff' - compare files line by line.21:37
w30frolog, diff file1 file221:37
w30frolog, like MonkyDust says. You probably have it21:39
akikfrolog: kdiff3 is a graphical diff tool21:39
LuiXwileee: I did it21:40
LuiXwileee: here`s what I did. Partitioned like this. 1 and 2 are fat32 and the third is an encrypted. I ran multibootusb and installed on partition 2, with persistence for 1gb. found some problems because multibootusb flagged the 1st one as boot, not the 2nd. flagged it mannualy and here I am.21:40
wileeeLuiX, Cool, good job. ;)21:41
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Jakey2can you install a virtual machine in headless mode21:46
Jakey2from the .iso21:46
Jakey2which command21:46
bekksJakey2: Not a single command, but a workflow.21:47
ac3takwashi guys I have just installed lunbuntu-desktop, but it appears to have come with three different DEs: LXDE, Lubuntu and Lubuntu Netbook21:52
ac3takwasHow do they differ?21:52
treeprogrammy machine upgraded to 14.03, and now the GUI doesn't work. I'm trying to copy some terminal commands from a webpage into the laptop, but they're really long. Is there anyway to copy text from a webpage using only a text-only editor and the keyboard, and paste it into terminal?21:53
bekksWhich commands are you trying to copy?21:53
treeprogramat Edit 2: http://answers.ros.org/question/203610/ubuntu-14042-unmet-dependencies-similar-for-14043/?answer=203724#post-id-20372421:54
bekkstreeprogram: Erm what are you trying to do there?21:54
bekkstreeprogram: How about forgetting those 3rd party forumns and just start telling us whats the actual problem?21:55
treeprogramI got some errors trying to install programs another guide said I needed to get the GUI working, and am at this site trying to fix those errors21:55
bekkstreeprogram: How about forgetting those 3rd party forumns and just start telling us whats the actual problem?21:55
ac3takwasI have just installed lunbuntu-desktop, but it appears to have come with three different DEs: LXDE, Lubuntu and Lubuntu Netbook21:56
treeprogrambekks: ok so the problem is that I'm getting this error when booting up: The system is running in low-graphics mode”, as described here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/141606/how-to-fix-the-system-is-running-in-low-graphics-mode-error21:56
ac3takwasHow do they differ among themselves?21:56
bekksac3takwas: Start them and see yourself? :)21:56
wileeeac3takwas, lxde is the base of lubuntu netbook different gui, take a looksie at them.21:57
bekkstreeprogram: And did you follow the instruction on that site?21:57
jelmdwhere is ‘fortune’ burried in ubuntu?21:58
treeprogrambekks: I tried the top answer, and it didn't work21:58
treeprogramthe failsafex didn't do anything, it returned me to the previous screen21:58
treeprogramand I tried installing nvidia drivers again, which was the fall back solution, and it didn't solve it21:59
bekkstreeprogram: How didnt it work? What did you do, what did you expect, what happened instead? Please be more precise, you did not provide any details until now.21:59
wiltors42Hi I am having trouble with using dual monitors on my NVIDIA card21:59
treeprogramok I'll do it again, and document it precisely21:59
wiltors42One is DVI and the others VGA21:59
wiltors42The DVI works fine but my VGA is misaligned like this21:59
w30jelmd, /usr/games/fortune22:00
ac3takwasbekks, wileee thanks22:00
TJ-wiltors42: when you reported this earlier I suggested it might be an EDID problem; did you check the Xorg.0.log for such problems querying the VGA monitor?22:00
wiltors42Ah, I checked xorg.1.log but never heard back from you about what to check for and how to fix it22:01
jelmdw30: thanx! (oh man, how stupid can ppl be …).22:01
_SLM_Hi. I installed https://nitrux.in/store/nitrux-icon-theme/ according to the instructions but it didn't work. So I searched online for answers and stumbled on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Icons however step 1 (Open Synaptic - Press "Alt+F2" and enter "gksu synaptic", you will be asked for your password.) doesn't work either. Thus, I am stuck. Does anyone know how I can get a icon pack to work from repository?22:01
treeprogrambekks: well, rebooting it seems to have fixed the problem! I had installed a bunch of stuff so maybe one of those installations needed a reboot to go into effect22:01
TJ-wiltors42: The log records what the Xorg server finds/does. If there is an EDID error it'll report that (you'll see "EDID" mentioned). EDID is the data block the monitor sends to the GPU over the VGA DDC connection telling the GPU what modes/frequencies the monitor supports.22:02
TJ-wiltors42: at a terminal you can also check the modes recognised for the monitor output with "xrandr -q"22:02
wileee_SLM_, You've downloaded the pack you want?22:03
wileee_SLM_, apt-get?22:04
_SLM_Yes. sudo apt-get install nitrux-icon-theme22:04
_SLM_It is installed22:04
wiltors42It says 1680x1050x0x022:04
wiltors421680x1050 is the monitor and 0x0 is the offset22:05
wiltors42The monitors horizontal is 65khz22:05
wileee_SLM_, Can I see the ppa your using?22:06
_SLM_Yes. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nitrux-team/nitrux-artwork22:06
wileee_SLM_, Cool, not sure why it would not show in standard theme/icon change areas, if that pack has all you need, I see 35 in all.22:08
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_SLM_Where am I supposed to see icon packs exactly? Maybe I missed something in the Settings window?22:09
wileee_SLM_, In unity the unity tweak tool would be one.22:09
wiltors42TJ-: pastebin.com/mtE5v4g622:10
ac3takwasWhich of these is often best suited for a developer: LXDE, Lubuntu or Lubuntu Netbook?22:12
wileeeac3takwas, kinda a personal choice don't you think?22:13
TJ-wiltors42: OK, so you see for CRT1 (the VGA) the selected (*) and preferred (+) mode is 1680x1050@60Hz. Is the monitor actually capable of that?22:14
_SLM_wileee, thanks for that tip. I did not that that tool so I installed it and looked at it. I can see the icon pack there, but it does not see to have a 'Activate'-like button there?22:14
wiltors42That's the monitors specs exactly22:14
ac3takwasUhm, I just need your experiential tip/suggestion22:14
wileee_SLM_, Generally you have drop down and it changes when chosen, try a logout if needed.22:15
TJ-wiltors42: Try switching to a slightly lower resolution: "xrandr --output CRT1 --mode 1600x1200"22:15
_SLM_wileee, it works. I just didn't notice. :) Thanks for your help!22:16
TJ-wiltors42: Also, the fragment from Xorg log looks like there is an EDID sent. Can you pastebin the entire file?22:16
_SLM_Unity Tweak Tool did the trick22:16
wileee_SLM_, Excellent, enjoy.22:16
wiltors42That helped a lot except now the screen is kinda squished and still a bit blurry22:16
wiltors42Any way I could get the proper resolution on my monitor?22:20
daftykinsnot using VGA like i said yesterday?22:21
wiltors42I am using VGA22:22
daftykinsi'm saying _don't_22:23
daftykinsuse a cable type from the last many years ;)22:23
TJ-wiltors42: There are some serious (EE)rrors in the log which could well be contributing to the issue. "(EE) AIGLX error: failed to open /usr/X11R6/lib64/modules/dri/fglrx_dri.so, error[/usr/X11R6/lib64/modules/dri/fglrx_dri.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory]"22:23
wiltors42Well initially I was trying to use both DVI but the only other graphics card I have is AMD22:24
wiltors42And my graphics card doesn't have two DVI ports22:24
TJ-wiltors42: I stay away from AMD/ATI GPUs and the fglrx driver so I'm not sure how critical that is, but it looks serious. Did you boot with "nomodeset" ("cat /proc/cmdline") ?22:24
daftykinsi think you keep swapping your cards but you have a xorg.conf created by amdconfig --initial, because the xorg log speaks of the PCI Bus ID being wrong - TJ- what do you think? (line 390)22:24
valentinmuhello everyone)22:24
TJ-daftykins: wiltors42 There isn't an xorg.conf; it's auto-configuring22:25
daftykinsah ok, weird that file refers to a Bus ID being presented then22:26
wiltors42I booted with "boot_image=/boot/vmlinuz-3.13.0-63...etc"22:26
TJ-wiltors42: daftykins But that pastebin is an old file isn't it, look at its last line. Check for the most recent log with "ls -latr /var/log/Xorg*.log" and I'll bet it's "/var/log/Xorg.0.log" we need to see22:26
daftykinsah yes, we are being supplied with lies!22:27
mentocdoes /etc/init.d/ssh control ssh or sshd?22:27
TJ-daftykins: :D22:27
TJ-daftykins: old truths :)22:27
* daftykins feels shocked22:27
wiltors42I thought xorg.0.log was for monitor 0  and xorg.1.log was for monitor 122:29
mentocI'm attempting to do /etc/init.d/ssh status and it's not saying anything. It returns with a status of 1. Is there something wrong here?22:29
daftykinshowever you're pastebin'ing these logs, it doesn't look right :S22:29
crunchbangHi. I upgraded kernel to 4.1 and now getting this error ........ http://www.picpaste.com/pics/image-pTnfspx8.1443305623.jpeg22:30
wiltors42How so?22:30
daftykinscrunchbang: are you running crunchbang?22:30
TJ-wiltors42: No, .0, .1 are for the X session.22:30
valentinmugot question about moving user data. i have clean ubuntu install with two folders in /home: /home/oldUser and /home/newUser. oldUser is about 300G. i want to move old user data without moving those 300g(just by renaming old to new). can i achieve this somehow?22:30
TJ-wiltors42: I run 6 monitors across 3 GPUs and everything is reported in a single log22:31
crunchbangdaftykins: now i do, just to get online and aks for help so i can fix my system22:31
daftykinscrunchbang: why did you put on v4.1 ?22:31
daftykinsthrowing on newer kernels without reason is very foolish22:31
crunchbangdaftykins: i have an SSD issue and i've read that newest kernel fixed it22:31
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daftykinscrunchbang: well, that is far too vague - that image is also terrible22:32
wiltors42Ah ok. So you want xorg.0.log?22:32
Guest2106е пизде22:32
zteamHi all!22:32
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aluHey I need to install nvidia drivers what is the best way to do that now22:32
Guest2106шта је ово који курац?22:32
aluI just deleted all drivers22:32
aluim in tty now and should I install the ppa?22:32
crunchbangdaftykins: look, its about nvidia driver. before, on my old kernel i had the same and it would work after i'd go to safe mode and reconfigure22:33
crunchbangdaftykins: now i tried the same but it gave me that error22:33
TJ-wiltors42: We want the most recently changed log, whatever number it has in its name22:33
daftykinscrunchbang: yeah because it's not building for the suspect kernel you put on.22:33
crunchbangdaftykins: :(22:34
crunchbangdaftykins: what can be done?22:34
zteamI have a problem with Kodi, sometimes then I try to exit the program it just hangs and refuses to exit properly, recently it even results in zombie-processes if I try to kill it throught the Task managager or killall -9 kodi.bin22:34
daftykinscrunchbang: purge and reinstall the nvidia packages and see whether they build22:34
zteamHow can I get rid of that zombie-process?22:34
daftykinszteam: #kodi22:34
daftykinszteam: Kodi is not ubuntu's responsibility22:35
wiltors42Xorg.1.log looks like22:35
wiltors42Which I already sent22:35
Bashing-omalu: Recommended is install drivers from our software repository . what result ' sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall ' ? Take the easy way .22:35
crunchbangdaftykins: pfff22:35
Jakey2how do i delete a vm with vboxmange22:36
zteamdaftykins, I agree on that, but that's not really what I'm asking about, I wonder how I can kill a zombie process (it just happens to be created by kodi)22:36
zteamdaftykins, :-)22:36
daftykinsthat's nice, dear22:36
aluBashing-om: I use that command and it just werks?22:36
Enaellhi guys22:37
aluwhat about sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa22:37
bpromptzteam:    if it shows under "ps -ax", I'd think you can simply give it to "killall"22:37
Jakey2with vboxmanage unregistervm “lub14.04.03” -delete22:37
daftykinscrunchbang: what is your sound effect about?22:38
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lwdWhere can I download a Ubuntu 14.04.x LTS minimal ISO?22:38
ubottuThe Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want.  The installer is text based (rather than graphical as used on the Desktop DVD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD22:38
crunchbangdaftykins: sound effect ??22:38
zteambprompt, that's not helping :-/22:38
lwdThank you, daftykins.22:39
TJ-wiltors42: That log you sent has the last line "(EE) Server terminated successfully (0). Closing log file."  Are you using IRC from the problem PC?22:39
Bashing-omalu: Yeah . Will install from our repo . Providing the prior driver was completely removed .22:40
wiltors42I cat it out into a doc and then copy paste the doc into the pastebin and then I'm typing the URL into IRC on my phone22:40
bpromptzteam: that's what I can think of, offhand :/22:40
TJ-wiltors42: Is the problem PC logged into a user session with the GUI?22:40
Enaellexcuse me guys? I'm trying to install Ubuntu, but I don't know how to make differend partitions of my hard drive :(22:40
Bashing-om!ppa | alu22:40
ubottualu: 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-purge22:40
TJ-wiltors42: helpful tip. "sudo apt-get install pastebinit" and then to paste a file simply do "pastebinit /path/to/file" or "some-command | pastebinit" and tell us the URL it reports22:41
zteambprompt, I understand thank you anyway :-)22:42
wiltors42Ok well here's an interesting fact. When I put the install disc into the computer and boot it the resolution is fine at first but then it goes back to misalignment22:42
Bashing-omEnaell: K; so why do you not accept the " erase disk and intall ubuntu " option ?22:43
wiltors42While it's in the purple loading screen22:43
wiltors42I was just going to try reinstalling22:43
daftykinsit's not at native res on the purple boot splash22:43
daftykins(or might not be)22:43
TJ-wiltors42: That sounds like a monitor issue. I'd be checking the cable is securely connected, and the pins in the connectors aren't bent or fractured22:43
daftykinsand that you ditch VGA *cough*22:43
EnaellBashing-om : because i want to have a dual boot :/22:43
aluI get a black screen after install nvidia drivers22:44
daftykinsalu: pastebin 'lspci'22:44
Bashing-omEnaell: K;. Moving on, dual boot with what ?22:44
aluOh wait it seems to be on22:44
aluI need to test if it works with my deep learning software though and for that I need cuda drivers, do I get them separately?22:45
wiltors42Well I wouldn't be using VGA if I could use DVI22:45
aluI installed nvidia-355 from  ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa and22:45
EnaellBashing-om : Win8.1 !22:45
apt-get_Hey, can anyone tell me how to fix fonts looking like this?22:45
happyfr0ggDoes anyone know what irc network and channel knoppix operates in?22:45
Bashing-omalu: Boot to terminal . and inspect the " /var/log/Xorg.0.log " for what did not happen .22:45
happyfr0ggBing and Google does not give me sufficient results.22:45
daftykinshappyfr0gg: nope, thought that distro died.22:46
bpromptapt-get_:     check your desktop manager settings, set "antialiasing" ON for all fonts, maybe with sub-pixel rendering on as well, and Hinting on22:47
daftykinshappyfr0gg: i'm getting plenty of results with webchats on google.22:47
apt-get_bprompt: fonts were way too darkened / 'strong' with antialiasing on for all fonts22:47
apt-get_besides, my other applications look fine22:47
apt-get_only firefox looks bad22:48
happyfr0ggdaftykins - I don't think it died. I think it is still in use and available for download. The latest version is
daftykinshappyfr0gg: that's nice - not relevant here though - you best find and connect to a network and channel for it22:48
bpromptapt-get_:    well, grainy fonts, usually means, they're not being antialiased by the app, and in this case the webbrowser, the webbrowser uses systrem settings antialiasing for its font rendering engine, if the system has it on, it will antialiase them22:48
apt-get_bprompt: I already have autohinting on and sub-pixel rendering on (rgb)22:49
apt-get_enabling antialiasing makes the font a lot worse on a lot of other applications22:49
aluYeah I have the same issue, cuda runtime error22:49
happyfr0ggdaftykins-  I am trying to locate the official irc network and channel for Knoppix. They do not have this info available on their site.22:50
bpromptapt-get_:    ok..... hmmm did you just did? for that takes effect only on newly opened apps :)22:50
Bashing-omEnaell: K; Windows tools for Windows situation. In Windows, degrag twice, shrink the OS partition, run windows chkdsk twice. In ubuntu point the installer to the unallocated space .22:50
OerHekshappyfr0gg, just checked, not here on #Freenode, good luck.22:50
aludo I also install cuda drivers from ppa?22:50
aluor from the nvidia .run file22:50
apt-get_bprompt: yeah22:50
frologwhats the absolute path to /usr/ ?22:51
happyfr0ggdaftykins-  I thought maybe someone in this channel would point in the correct direction. Thanks anyways.22:51
bpromptapt-get_:     try maybe in  ... you said is firefox only... try making a new profile in firefox, and check if that new profile does the same thing on that url22:51
EnaellBashing-om, i just did it on Win, now i have 6GB free space separated. But i don't know how to set it on ubuntu :(22:51
Bashing-omEnaell: Scary thouhgt, I do not think that 6 Gigs is near enough. I think I have seen where the minimu, recommeded size is 30 Gigs for a good lasting experience . // I run a very tight sysyem and just my '/' partition is " /dev/sda1       4.7G  1.8G  2.7G  40% / " Recently cleaned out .22:55
Enaelloh, okay22:55
EnaellBashing-om : did you think i can do the partition part directly in Ubuntu Installer ? I know I can do it, i just.. don't know what to do x)22:56
bpromptEnaell:     agree up there with Bashing-om , my base 14.04 installation, was aroun 9gbs IIRC22:57
Enaellbprompt : oh okay yeah i sea22:57
Bashing-omEnaell: While it is possible to mess with Windows partitions from ubuntu's partition editor, I do not advocate that course . It is Windows' tools for Windows' file system .22:57
bpromptEnaell:     what hmmm what app are you using in windows to partition? the one that comes with 8.1?    but that one would work for partitioning, though you could always install Easus partitioning tool, which has more options, is a small install, but give the *nix partition around 15gbs or more though23:00
EnaellBashing-om : Okay ! I use the windows basic tool.. But the fact is that people can, on the youtube tutorials, take an option from Ubuntu Installer to create a special part automaticatly on the Hard Drive; and i don't23:03
EnaellBashing-om : this one : https://assets.ubuntu.com/sites/ubuntu/latest/u/img/download/desktop/install-ubuntu-desktop/image-installdesktoplongtermsupport-4.jpg23:04
Bashing-omEnaell: I stand ny my last . Windows' tools . Windows understands the Window's file system much better than linux can or will .23:05
netametaanyone knows apache rewrite mode and could answer this:  you can do something like RewriteRule ^ components/(.+?\.html) /..c/omponents/$1 [R=301,L] - so you will serve files from 1 folder back23:05
daftykinsEnaell: what's your issue? not enough space huh? have you shared an image / pastebin of your current disk setup?23:06
EnaellBashing-om : yeah? So i'll try to do it. DId you think i should separate like, 20Gb or 300Gb?23:06
daftykinsnetameta: ask in #httpd perhaps23:06
balican someone help me,23:06
netametadaftykins, asked there as well, though maybe in here might know23:06
Enaelldaftykins : no i share an image of an option i don't have. When people install Ubuntu, they have this : http://i.stack.imgur.com/xaQ3N.png. which i don't have : so i have to partition my hard drive (i want a dual boot) manually. But the fact is that i don't know how to do it23:07
Bashing-omEnaell: IRT the link, you should see that menu, as as you have set aside space for ubuntu to install to, choose ' Something Else ' as your install option . The install wizard will happily install ubunti to that unallocated space .23:07
balil want to update ubuntu 13.04 to 13.10, pls23:07
wileeebali, both are end of life, get to 14.0423:08
TJ-netameta: something like this? "RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} ^/perl/gitweb.cgi$" .. "RewriteRule . /gitweb/ [QSA,R,L]" ?23:08
EnaellBashing-om : i don't have the same menu, that's the point :( wait i'm going to tell you the two options i have23:08
baliok, how can l get it pls.23:08
wileeebali, safest would be back up and fresh install.23:09
baliok, thanks23:09
john_doe_jrhow do I log in as the domain admin instead of the admin to a computer?23:09
netametaTJ-, i am not sure what you wrote there23:09
Bashing-omEnaell: There are pros and cons to separate partitons for ubuntu. I do advocate a separate partition for '/' and one for /home. Other separations will depend on YOUR use case .23:09
daftykinsjohn_doe_jr: that sounds like a Windows question :P23:10
TJ-netameta: It's one of several similar rules I use for gitweb rewrites, as an example.23:11
john_doe_jrdaftykins: sorry it's through cygwin23:11
Bashing-omEnaell: How did you install Win8 ? Is is a factory install such that the default firmware is UEFI ? .23:12
baliwileee, l'm downlaod it now23:12
EnaellBashing-om : it was installed when i get the laptop. Yep it's UEFI : the laptop have less than 3 weeks of existence !23:12
john_doe_jrI found out how to do it: ssh -l mailto:daz@mydomain.com someserver.com23:14
TJ-netameta: you're trying to do something like this? "RewriteRule ^(.*)/components/(.+?\.html)$ $1/$2 [R=301,L]"23:14
EnaellBashing-om : so i have two options when i'm in front of the Ubuntu Installer :23:15
bekksjohn_doe_jr: What is that supposed to do?23:15
EnaellBashing-om : - erase disk and install ubuntu // - something else23:15
daftykinsjohn_doe_jr: haha i don't think you use the mailto at all :P23:15
Bashing-omEnaell: Then when you boot the install medium in UEFI mode, I do expect that the option " something else " to be available. Maybe best to await others advise here who have installed ubunto in dual boot with Win8 . I have not done so .23:15
EnaellBashing-om : ok ty dude :)23:16
netametaTJ-, I am trying to basically redirect domain.com/componenebt to a folder that is "upper" in the tree then the main folder23:17
TJ-netameta: and that directory isn't the literal text 'component' ?23:17
john_doe_jrWhoops ….ssh -l use@domain someserver.com23:17
daftykinswhy would anyone even go to the virtual directory if you want them at a higher path o023:17
netametasay i have website in website i have website/dist, website/componenet - my root is set to website/dist, but i need to grab files from website/componenets23:18
Bashing-omEnaell: Not a lot of help. .. Again, will need much greater than 6 Gigs to install ubuntu onto .23:18
EnaellBashing-om : yes i'm going to add more space23:18
bekksjohn_doe_jr: ssh -l user host is the same as ssh user@host23:18
daftykinsEnaell: defrag windows drives and empty the recycle bin, then try another shrink23:19
frologhow do i remove all files named libopencv_XXXX.so ?23:19
netametaTJ-, does that make sense ?23:19
TJ-netameta: I'm not entirely clear on what you're after; maybe "RewriteRule ^(.*)/(.*)/(.+?\.html)$ $1/$3 [R=301,L]"  ?23:19
frologlike rm libopencv*.so?23:19
Bashing-omEnaell: :) .. Then is but a thing, choose " Something Else" as the install option, and point the installer to the unallocated space .23:20
netametaTJ-, i want to go "a folder backward" to fatch the desired content23:20
TJ-netameta: my last offering should do that. It strips out the last directory component23:20
netametaYou mean "RewriteRule ^(.*)/components/(.+?\.html)$ $1/$2 [R=301,L]" ?23:21
netametaor "RewriteRule ^(.*)/(.*)/(.+?\.html)$ $1/$3 [R=301,L]" ?23:22
netametaTJ-, what those expression do is basically catch a certain part of the request ui,  remove it and apply it right after the domain.com i need to go one folder before domain.com if that makes sense23:23
TJ-netameta: the last one. the 2nd match group isn't used in the rewritesubstitution23:23
TJ-netameta: no, it doesn't. Write some complete before/after examples in a pastebin :)23:23
netametaok making a pastbin23:24
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netametaTJ-, http://pastebin.com/dWmjDNYi23:28
netametaTJ-, That should be pretty clear23:29
Jakey2im not clear how you install a virtual machine using vboxmanage when you are doing through ssh23:31
Jakey2how do you install on the client if you are in ssh23:31
daftykinsthat's more of a #vbox question23:31
daftykinsor at least, the folks there may be better at such queries23:31
TJ-netameta: Are you using it in VirtualHost or Directory context? If the web-root is website/dist/ then website/components/ is outside the web-root, so VirtualHost won't work, it'll have to be in Directory context.23:32
netametaTJ-, what you mean in the directory context ?23:33
TJ-netameta: You need to read the Apache docs on mod_rewrite and RewriteRule. Depending the context the match will be done on wither the URL, or the file-system path23:34
netametai see23:35
netametai am reading them now, will see what i get23:35
TJ-netameta: remember, if you're working with the URL then the web-root (http://domain.tld/ == /home/domain.tld/public_html/) prevent you accessing a resource at, say, /home/domain.tld/components/23:37
netametaTJ-, how so ?23:40
manuel__somebody speak spanish? i have some questions but im not pretty god in the language23:40
TJ-netameta: that's basic web server organisation.23:40
netametaTJ-,  i guess what i can do is do normal rerouting23:41
netametacreate another vhost to the compoenets23:41
netametaand simply redirect there23:41
TJ-netameta: Or use a Directory context for the rewrite. The examples are pretty clear: https://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewriterule23:42
netametaSo something like "RewriteRule ^(.*)/components/(.+?\.html)$ http://newDomain.com/$2 [R=301,L]"23:42
nomicthats horrible23:43
nomicwhy not give them python script23:43
netametaBut by what i understand you cannot go a folder backword in the directory context TJ-23:43
netametanomic, what i said is horrible ?23:44
Bashing-om!sp | manuel__ Maybe better in your native language ?23:45
Bashing-om!es | manuel__ Maybe better in your native language ?23:46
ubottumanuel__ Maybe better in your native language ?: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.23:46
manuel__ok, thank you so much!23:48
TJ-netameta: best to play around with it with "LogLevel rewrite:trace8" and monitor the rewrite log23:48
Bashing-ommanuel__: :)23:49
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lwdCan I perform a expert install with the mini.iso ?23:54
dbkaplunSo how many people here use nano?23:54
daftykinsdamn it23:54
daftykinsdbkaplun: no polls, support questions only23:54
dbkaplundaftykins: what terminal editor do you use?23:55
* lwd married vim23:55
manuel__it seems to be difficult that somebody would be there23:56
lwdCan I perform a expert install with the mini.iso ?23:56
manuel__i hope english classes works here23:57
wileeelwd, it is bottom up not top down, if you have a cli you can install.23:57
lwdwileee: wat?23:58
wileeelwd, simple answer to a question you define.23:59
lwdSo I can choose expert install?23:59

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