bindiwhy is "enable rotate cube" greyed out for me? i disabled wall and enabled rotate and cube in ccsm00:00
lotuspsychjebindi: did you reboot?00:00
bindiguide didnt tell me to, lotuspsychje00:00
lotuspsychjebindi: cube can do nasty things first time00:00
bindiit's still greyed out for me, after a reboot..00:02
bindidesktop cube is enabled (and greyed out though)00:02
lotuspsychjebindi: hmm, did you install those unti plugins extras?00:02
HackerIIdid you enable compiz ??  compiz --replace00:03
bindii did00:03
bindiI did install, that is00:03
lotuspsychjebindi: weird, cause enabling cube, system should know for itself what to disable00:04
bindiI'm on 15.10 btw :p00:05
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lotuspsychjebindi: #ubuntu+1 for you then :p00:05
lotuspsychjebindi: install LTS for stable experience then :p00:05
GrooblesI spend all day learning the basics of emacs, and now I'm addicted! C-x C-s  :p00:06
bindiI'm not looking for a stable experience though. :P00:06
keith_help on 5.1 surround sound. changed /etc/pulse/daemon.conf. but still only see 2 speakers00:06
HackerIIbindi,  15.10 isnt finished, so, you have to expect errors00:07
lotuspsychje!lts | bindi00:07
ubottubindi: LTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04)00:07
bindirrrrrrr i know what a LTS is00:07
HackerIIthen you know #ubuntu+100:07
bindiI'm already there but you keep poking me here. :)00:07
bindiJust thought it was something really simple so thought I'd ask here, but maybe not00:08
lotuspsychjebindi: different channels for different probs/versions :p00:09
PhlowAlsoTJ-, Bashing-om, unity back to normal now.  cleared out ~/.config/dconf and ~/.config/compiz-100:09
PhlowAlsothx for the help00:10
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lotuspsychje!cookie | TJ-00:10
ubottuTJ-: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!00:10
TJ-PhlowAlso: thanks for letting us know what you did to fix it. It might help in the future00:10
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* TJ- has just had chips (fries) for supper!00:10
Bashing-omPhlowAlso: Well ! You do good work. Thanks for getting back and providing the solution .00:11
PhlowAlsonow to figure out why my gitlab install is giving me a bad gateway :)00:11
TJ-PhlowAlso: proxy?00:11
PhlowAlsono proxy00:12
PhlowAlsoI spent all yesterday upgrading it from 6.8.2 to omnibus and then 8.0.2 latest, was up and running, but it broke going from 14.10 to 15.04 after that00:13
TJ-PhlowAlso: is it 502 error?00:13
TJ-PhlowAlso: is it a local URL redirect issue?00:15
PhlowAlsosudo gitlab-rake gitlab:check  is throwing errors at me, must not be running right... looking00:16
c|onemancan I install a .deb on ubuntu?00:16
robattila256c|oneman: you can with rpm00:16
TJ-c|oneman: .deb's are the native package format on Ubuntu. Use 'dpkg' to manipulate them directly00:17
k1l_c|oneman: of course you can.00:17
c|onemanI'm trying to get iozone for ubuntu 12.04 arm, but I only found a .deb package.00:18
* Mirodroid is using 14.04 arm00:18
c|onemanshould I add the debian wheezy repo to my sources.list or dpkg it?00:18
k1l_c|oneman: deb packages are the right ones. but keep in mind that you need arm packages00:19
k1l_c|oneman: .deb is not debian-only. but keep in mind you need to match the ubuntu depencies which might not work with packages made for debian.00:20
PhlowAlsohmm, reconfigured, restarted, gitlab:check passing now, still getting 502 though00:20
superlouOn a PPA, what does "now" mean, as opposed to "trusty" etc.?00:24
k1l_superlou: where? that sounds like its part of the name?00:24
superlouk1l_, in synaptic's naming scheme, for example, "LP-PPA-aims-sagemath/now"00:25
k1l_superlou: its the the name of the PPA choosen by the PPA maintainer00:26
superlouTrying to get trusty to see the flightgear-data package at https://launchpad.net/~saiarcot895/+archive/ubuntu/flightgear-prerel, but since it isn't marked trusty, i think it's ignoring it00:26
superlouWas hoping "now" was some shorthand for "use any distribution"00:26
superlouIs there any kind of wildcard like that?00:26
k1l_talk to the PPA maintainer to sort his packages there00:27
superlouOk.  So there's no way to tell ubuntu to use it?00:27
k1l_no. the -data package is 15.04 only.00:27
superlouhow do you tell that it's 15.04? (sorry if that's a dumb question)  all the other ones have the distribution in their name00:28
k1l_superlou: you dont. the PPA maintainer needs to do that00:28
k1l_seeing the build logs it looks like that PPA is not building properly.00:29
superlouk1l_, got it, thanks00:29
MannyLNJEvening. I need some help solving a VPN issue. I have a PPTP vpn server on ubuntu 14. My ubuntu workstation can not connect to the vpn. How do I diagnose where the issues are?00:33
lotuspsychje!vpn | MannyLNJ00:33
ubottuMannyLNJ: For more information on vpn please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VPN00:33
Hamas_QassamDevido á má conduta e autoritarismo sem causa do operador do canal #ubuntu-br, a comunidade de suporte ao sistema operacional Ubuntu Gnu/Linux se organizou e está gerenciando um novo canal de suporte ao sistema linux mais amigo do usuário, acessem o #br-ubuntu00:35
MannyLNJlotuspsychje, thank you00:35
TJ-MannyLNJ: check logs first (in /var/log/) at both ends00:35
MannyLNJTJ-, I have many logs in /var/log but nothing appears to be for the vpn00:36
TJ-MannyLNJ: what I usually do is first check which were most recently changed ("ls -latr /var/log/"), then inspect them for signs. Usually syslog and auth.log are good candidates. Some services keep their own log files too.00:37
TJ-MannyLNJ: Second step is to run the VPN server service in the foreground, in debug mode, in a terminal, and watch what happens when connections come in. Similar debug measures on the client help to match entries each side00:38
MannyLNJTJ-, I think I found the issue on the server log now to look into the solution00:43
lotuspsychjecfhowlett: good morning00:50
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cfhowlettgreetings lotuspsychje!00:51
vickycqHi. What's the difference between bcmwl-kernel-source and broadcom-sta-dkms ?00:56
cfhowlettvickycq, one of them is the one you need.  one is not.  what chipset do you have?00:56
vickycqcfhowlett, BCM4314200:57
cfhowlettvickycq, per the wiki, you need the STA  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx#Drivers_available_in_Ubuntu01:00
vickycqcfhowlett, Thank you!01:01
cfhowlettspecifically the bcmwl-kernel-source which should be on your ubuntu installation .iso or in the repos01:01
OneM_IndustriesAlso, not sure where to post this, so I will post it in a couple of places. I appear to have bricked a jump drive. It shows up in dmesg as a storage device, but gparted cannot see it, and neither can lsblk. Any tips?01:04
lambaby default, unattended upgrades runs every day, right ?01:05
lambaso if its got a reboot = true on it the server will reboot every day (assuming there's updates) ?01:06
lotuspsychje!info testdisk | OneM_Industries could try this, but if gaprted cant see, might be bad news01:07
ubottuOneM_Industries could try this, but if gaprted cant see, might be bad news: testdisk (source: testdisk): Partition scanner and disk recovery tool, and PhotoRec file recovery tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 6.14-3build2 (vivid), package size 343 kB, installed size 1382 kB01:07
TJ-OneM_Industries: check "/var/log/kern.log" for possible errors01:08
OneM_IndustriesWell boogers. lotuspsychje: even testdisk is not seeing the drive.01:09
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cfhowlettOneM_Industries, and your log?01:14
OneM_IndustriesHold on.01:14
OneM_Industriescfhowlett: http://pastebin.com/y2A7EFnW01:15
cfhowlettOneM_Industries, sorry.  in china, pastebin is blocked.  don't ask.  tail -n 100 /var/log/kern.log | nc termbin.com 999901:18
OneM_IndustriesEr, hold on then.01:18
cfhowlett!es | xbox01:20
ubottuxbox: 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.01:20
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cfhowlettstop switching your nicks01:39
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Flannelcfhowlett: You expect that after server issues, as people nick back to their primary nicks.01:40
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cfhowlettFlannel, I get that, but ... 1/2 a page of nick switches? grr.  /rant over/01:41
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Flannelcfhowlett: There's a lot of people in this channel.  And you apparently have a small page if a dozen is half of it :)01:42
OneM_IndustriesDude, 100 lines is half a page for me.01:43
cfhowlettFlannel, I will restrain my angst until I've consumed my first cup of coffee.  thanks.01:43
cfhowlett!test | sekai01:43
ubottusekai: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use /join #test )01:43
OneM_Industries!test | sekai01:43
cfhowlett!test | quyen1,01:44
ubottuquyen1,: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use /join #test )01:44
daftykinssekai: no.01:45
sekaishould do like a baby01:45
cfhowlettsekai, ask your ubuntu question.01:45
sekaiare you ok? my ubuntu?01:46
cfhowlettsekai, this is ubuntu support.  for chitchat, try #ubuntu-offtopic01:46
cfhowlettsekai, try        /j #ubuntu-offtopic01:47
sekaij #ubuntu-offtopic01:47
RB98Hello, I need some help with the boot up on Ubuntu01:48
cfhowlettRB98, welcome.  details??01:48
sekaisorry but I will keep silent01:48
cfhowlettsekai,        /join #ubuntu-offtopic                       dont' forget the /01:48
RB98Well, I just installed Ubuntu onto my old laptop. It is attmpting to do it's first boot but it's been stuck on the screen with the Ubuntu logo and the dots under it for at least 10-15 minutes now.01:49
TJ-RB98: try pressing Esc key; is the splash screen replaced by something else?01:49
sekaitried / but nothing happend.01:49
cfhowlettRB98, "old" laptop?  old equipment likes #lubuntu or perhaps #xubuntu01:49
sekaiand this is the first time to use irc. ignore me .01:50
RB98Yes, it says: blk_updae_request: I/O error, dev sr0 sector 74456001:50
RB98It's just repeating the error now.01:51
RB98also, the numbers are changing each time it prints the error01:51
cfhowlettah.  i/o error and changing numbers each time points to a possibly failing HDD01:52
RB98The HDD was working just fine on Windows 10 not an hour ago01:52
cfhowlettRB98, you said "old" laptop.  HDD's are far from immortal01:53
cfhowlettso how "old"??01:53
RB98like... 8 years old. However, why would the HDD just suddenly die after working not and hour earlier.01:54
OneM_IndustriesThey die suddenly.01:54
cfhowlettRB98, that is EXACTLY how some hdd's die!01:54
OneM_IndustriesAlso, 8 years is a good run.01:54
cfhowlett(and at the worst possible time!_01:54
OneM_Industries5 is more typical.01:54
cfhowlettgood thing you backed up your data ...01:55
RB98Yeah, I always do a backup01:55
RB98Ok, thank you for your help.01:55
OneM_IndustriesI recommend a SSD in that thing.01:55
RB98It's so old, I might as well just get a new laptop so yeah.01:56
OneM_IndustriesI have a laptop of similar age, and it went from a 3 minute boot to a <15 second one.01:56
OneM_IndustriesAmazing improvement.01:56
RB98Ok, good bye!01:56
cfhowlettbest of luck RB9801:56
TJ-Damn, RB98 left. The error was on a DVD/CD *not* the HDD!01:57
sekaieh..how to show the list of channels?01:58
TJ-"blk_updae_request: I/O error, dev sr0 sector 744560" <<< SR0 == SCSI Removable01:58
cfhowlettso he was booting from dvd??01:58
TJ-cfhowlett: possibly, or it was still in the drive and the installed OS tools were trying to automount it in the background01:59
cfhowlettdamn.  I should have caught that ...01:59
OneM_IndustriesWell, worst case.02:01
TJ-I was busy elsewhere else I'd have chirped up sooner02:01
OneM_IndustriesHe buys a new HDD.02:01
cfhowletteh, still you advised him to replace the 8 year old hdd with ssd.  good police work.02:01
OneM_IndustriesActually, worst case is that he buys a new laptop.02:01
TJ-OneM_Industries: yeah... and leaves the bad DVD in the drive and thinks the new HDD has also failed :D02:01
OneM_IndustriesI have had drives die suddenly after 10 years of service.02:02
daftykinsOneM_Industries: please don't give advice in future.02:02
daftykinsapologise to your victims :)02:02
OneM_IndustriesHe left.02:03
TJ-The advice was fine; everyone missed the error location02:03
OneM_IndustriesAnd also, I did spend 6 hours scraping wallpaper out of a bathroom.02:03
TJ-OneM_Industries: did you fix the USB flash failure issue?02:04
OneM_IndustriesLooks like a dead drive.02:04
daftykinsyeah it was terrible advice for not spotting sr0 = optical :)02:04
daftykinshehe, more dead drives ;)02:04
OneM_IndustriesAh well, it was only a 4Gb one.02:04
OneM_IndustriesI think I figured out why it died though.02:04
cfhowletttell us!02:05
TJ-OneM_Industries: I wonder... I've had lots of those 'thumb' style devices fail simply because the USB plug breaks away from the PCB (the solder fractures). I crack open the cases and reflow the solder.02:05
TJ-OneM_Industries: they suffer a lot of physical stress from being plugged in02:05
OneM_IndustriesNevermind about my theory as to why it broke.02:07
OneM_IndustriesUnless system volume information is important in Linux.02:07
OneM_IndustriesTJ-: Opening it up now.02:07
marcomarcrunning ubuntu 10.04, and it will not upgrade. any help?02:07
function9xI have a secondary hard drive that is shown on my desktop, how do i blacklist that secondary hard drive?02:08
cfhowlett!eolupgrade | marcomarc but you should probably download 14.04 and clean install02:08
ubottumarcomarc but you should probably download 14.04 and clean install: 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/EOLUpgrades02:08
daftykinsmarcomarc: +1 to cfhowlett, no point wasting your time on something that old02:08
marcomarcdaftykins, old hardware = old software.02:09
cfhowlettMarco, errr, yeah.  old hardware and newest ubuntu are not always friendly.  lubuntu is optimized for old hardware, however.02:10
OneM_IndustriesHOLY S***. So, this jump drive is a microSD card glued into place in a holder.02:10
cfhowlettOneM_Industries, four letter words? please don't. but I do appreciate your shock.02:11
function9xhmm i timed out. did anyone see my question?02:11
OneM_IndustriesHot glue.02:11
daftykinsmarcomarc: yeah but you came asking about upgrade, so the point is clean clean clean - doesn't matter.02:11
cfhowlettfunction9x, yep.02:11
OneM_IndustriesHot glue between me and data loss.02:11
cfhowlettOneM_Industries, indeed.  that's why the guides recommend multiple backup methods.02:12
daftykinsright but only idiots rely on flash drives02:12
TJ-OneM_Industries: I'm not suprised! I did mention that a few hours ago, but didn't think it's be internal!02:12
OneM_IndustriesThis model showed as a 4Gb drive, but the micro SD card shows as a 2GB card on the chip....02:12
* cfhowlett thinks ... "I'm an idiot!"02:12
TJ-cfhowlett: 4 letter words!? I really think "your" is inappropriate in this channel :P02:13
* TJ- hides02:13
wafflejockthe Y word naughty naughty02:13
* cfhowlett loads up the SamuelL.Jackson response plugin ... but doesn't deploy. yet.02:13
OneM_IndustriesLooks like China strikes again.02:14
* TJ- makes the channel a mug of tea02:14
marcomarck bye02:14
cfhowlettOneM_Industries, that's exactly what I was thinking!  I'm in Beijing.  trust me, that kind of fakery is the norm in most shops.02:14
OneM_IndustriesHow is it held down?...02:14
OneM_IndustriesSo, this is fun.02:14
OneM_IndustriesI can't get the chip off of the board.02:15
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OneM_IndustriesWell, hope those solder traces weren't needed....02:15
OneM_IndustriesWell, no "Free" microSD card for me it seems.02:17
OneM_IndustriesLooks like I ripped a trace off of the SD card.02:19
daftykinsOneM_Industries: take the chatter elsewhere please, support only in here.02:23
daftykinsalso, lunar eclipse - woo!02:24
TJ-daftykins: I just went outside to see it... thick fog!02:24
Flanneldaftykins: It's happening right now, you didn't miss it.  Go otuside.02:24
daftykinsno i just came back in, why would you say that?02:25
FlannelOh wait, this is #ubuntu.  daftykins, go to #ubuntu-offtopic and then go outside!02:25
YukenI am wondering; is it possible to download a package and all of its requirements at once, in one neat file?02:34
YukenFor example, the OpenJDK-7-JRE02:34
daftykinswell sure, grab the debs and deps02:36
OneM_IndustriesSo, how do I burn a disk with Ubuntu?02:36
Yukendaftykins, would I be able to do this all atonce, however, within Windows?02:36
Yukendaftykins, from the official ubuntu reps.02:36
cfhowlettYuken, http://jeffhoogland.blogspot.com/2010/06/howto-installing-ubuntu-packages.html02:37
daftykinswhy Windows o002:37
daftykinsOneM_Industries: right click on the ISO? or data files?02:37
OneM_IndustriesThat's it?02:37
daftykinsyou didn't say which02:38
daftykinsso i can't really continue...02:38
OneM_IndustriesIt is an ISO.02:38
OneM_IndustriesAnd it looks like my CD/DVD player is not a writer.02:38
OneM_IndustriesDang it.02:38
daftykinsshould be obvious from the logos on the front of it02:39
OneM_IndustriesOdd, the spec sheet says it is a writer.02:40
OneM_IndustriesAh well.02:41
OneM_IndustriesSo, I have my DVD.02:42
OneM_IndustriesI have my ISO.02:42
OneM_IndustriesWhat next?02:42
OneM_IndustriesAh ha!02:43
OneM_IndustriesImage writing!02:43
OneM_IndustriesSo, how do I set it as a live DVD>02:44
daftykinsyou don't, that's what the ISO is02:45
daftykinswrite the image -> success02:45
OneM_IndustriesOk then.02:45
OneM_IndustriesThank you!02:45
OneM_IndustriesI am used to Windows method of DVD burning.02:46
daftykinswhich to me is using the built in software, or installing imgburn and also writing the ISO :)02:46
daftykinsso no real difference02:46
OneM_IndustriesHey, setting up multiple instances of Linux. How well do they work together?02:47
OneM_IndustriesSo, say I am going to have a disk that is half Ubuntu, and half Kali. How well do you think that will work?02:47
daftykinscan you be a bit clearer? as in multi-boot different distros?02:48
daftykinsone can read anothers file system, but you're being too vague really02:48
daftykinshow would you expect them to 'work together' ?02:48
OneM_IndustriesMulti Boot.02:49
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MannyLNJMy video display is messed up. i have boxes replacing characters. How can I reset the video system without rebooting?02:54
TJ-OneM_Industries: if you're doing that kind of thing I'd recommend using LVM rather than partitions, for the distros02:54
OneM_IndustriesOOH! The CD burner makes a nice ding when done!02:54
daftykinsMannyLNJ: if you mean and keep programs running, i don't think that's going to happen02:56
MannyLNJdaftykins, yes I mean't keep programs running, however now it went back to normal. Quite odd02:59
daftykinsmust be an open driver / slightly wonky system03:00
daftykinsyou can try toggling between TTY1 and back again sometimes03:00
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MannyLNJdaftykins, I think I do have a driver issue. Laptop is a Lenovo ideapad Z560 Vmware player says I have no 3d support03:01
daftykinswell vmware player has nothing to do with the host OS operating03:02
MannyLNJdaftykins, no Vmplayer was saing my host has no 3d support03:02
daftykinsright but that doesn't have any relevance to the host graphics going odd03:03
daftykinsor are you saying it was a guest...03:03
daftykinsDescriptioned: IRC as root? :)03:03
MannyLNJdaftykins, No it was graphics on my laptop but when I launch a guest OS of windows 10 vmware says hardware acceleration is not available because of my linux driver.03:05
daftykinsand which driver are you using?03:05
daftykinsassuming you're after help with that and not just tangenting :)03:06
daftykinsyeah oops alright :)03:06
MannyLNJdaftykins, Whatever driver Ubuntu 14.04 installed when I installed it. The Vmware is just a tangent03:06
daftykinsoh ok so you're not asking for help on it? nevermind then03:06
MannyLNJdaftykins,  No I'm not asking for help on the Vmware issue. I am asking for help on the Ubuntu hoist os issue. I think the graphics problem are related to the driver on the host os03:08
smacktalkmeant to say /j #mythbuntu03:08
daftykinsMannyLNJ: alright so identify what graphics hardware you have first, by pastebin'ing "lspci" .03:08
daftykinsyou can't say you think that when i already said i think that :P03:09
MannyLNJdaftykins, http://paste.ubuntu.com/12599717/03:12
daftykinsand "cat /proc/cpuinfo" ?03:12
MannyLNJdaftykins, http://paste.ubuntu.com/12599725/03:13
daftykinsoh dam first gen03:14
daftykinsubuntu version?03:14
SergioEDuran1Friends how can I solve  this issue with the Minetest installation? http://paste.ubuntu.com/12599522/03:15
daftykinsyu're in the wrong channel, SergioEDuran1 - #ubuntu+103:15
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daftykinsoh dear Tux, you've got wily, vivid and trusty PPAs in there all at once03:16
daftykinsthat's a HUGE mess03:16
MannyLNJdaftykins, uname -a will tell me the version?03:16
SergioEDuran1what can I say03:16
daftykinsMannyLNJ: cat /etc/issue03:16
SergioEDuran1there are LOTS of apps wich are not on wily03:17
MannyLNJdaftykins, http://paste.ubuntu.com/1259975303:17
SergioEDuran1and many repos only offer  some branches03:17
SergioEDuran1so I  needed to use all of them :D03:17
daftykinsMannyLNJ: no better driver to get then really, assuming you're up to date.03:17
MannyLNJdaftykins, Thanks. Not what I wanted to hear.03:18
daftykins"oh here's the magical switch to throw to solve your problem!"03:18
daftykinsyeah guess it was more like that03:19
SergioEDuran1and also I am  here and not in the Xubuntu's one because Ubuntu is the mother distro of Xubuntu Kubuntu and all of them03:19
daftykinsSergioEDuran1: ok but nobody said that03:19
MannyLNJdaftykins, No, not looking for a magicial swtich, just the way my day and week has been going. Now to tackle my unrelated Vmware issue. if I can't fix that I'll go to their forum03:20
daftykinsit probably is related03:20
daftykinsMannyLNJ: actually maybe you should "pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log"03:20
SergioEDuran1daftykins: what do you mean'03:20
SergioEDuran1nobody uses wat?03:21
daftykinsSergioEDuran1: you kinda defended asking here as if someone said you should go to #xubuntu - but i told you to go to #ubuntu+1 because wily isn't out yet - you can't discuss it here :)03:22
sultanhi all03:23
SergioEDuran1haha I see03:23
SergioEDuran1Ok I will go to this channel :)03:24
MannyLNJdaftykins, It times out when I do cat /var/log/Xord.0.log | pastebinit03:24
MannyLNJI mean Xorg not Xord03:25
daftykinsMannyLNJ: you don't need to cat it to pastebinit, you just "pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log"03:29
OneM_IndustriesHow would I find out what my computer's domain name is?03:29
daftykinsit doesn't have one03:30
daftykinsa domain name is either a website you own, something.com - or a windows corporate network name03:30
OneM_IndustriesThis Kali install is asking for one.03:30
daftykinsyou can't ask for Kali support here.03:30
daftykinsso don't ask about it again please03:31
MannyLNJdaftykins, still says failed top contact the server: [Errno socket error] timed out03:31
OneM_IndustriesSorry, I was trying to find out what it was using my Ubuntu machine.03:31
daftykinsah must be pastebinit failing to connect to whatever site it was upping to03:31
OneM_IndustriesThus me asking here.03:31
daftykinsyeah, don't :)03:31
badbodhyou don;t know what domain is, and you install kali to hack. i smell unethical script-kiddying03:32
badbodhno help. you're banished.03:32
MannyLNJWouldn't the domain name be whatever is to the right of the @ sign?03:32
OneM_IndustriesOk, I know what a domain name is. Problem is, it is being used in a context that I have not come across yet.03:33
badbodhread books, do your homework, talk to girls.03:33
daftykinsthat is a hostname :)03:33
badbodhwhy bother with hostname03:33
OneM_IndustriesAlso, I am using it at the request of someone to test a network's strength.03:33
MannyLNJdaftykins, i thought host name was the name to the left of the @ sign03:33
daftykinsOneM_Industries: drop it now, this isn't a chat channel and i've already told you it's not on topic here.03:34
OneM_IndustriesBecause it will not let me continue in the install without it.l03:34
daftykinsMannyLNJ: nah it's user@host03:34
MannyLNJdaftykins, ok see how confused I am.03:34
* daftykins nods03:34
MannyLNJdaftykins, with pastebinit not working for me how else can I show the file?03:34
daftykinsopen in a text editor -> visit paste.ubuntu.com manually03:35
MannyLNJdaftykins, working on it. Not sure how to copy an entire file in nano03:41
daftykinsyou're gonna need to use a GUI text editor...03:46
MannyLNJdaftykins, I think the issue is the file is too big. I tried to upload it to pastebin.ca and it said it was too big03:47
cfhowlettdaftykins, can he terbin.com???03:47
daftykinsMannyLNJ: basically every single step i've told you to follow, you've done something different and failed...03:48
daftykinsi said paste.ubuntu.com for a reason :)03:48
daftykinscfhowlett: at this stage i feel it'll just confuse ;)03:48
MannyLNJdaftykins, I tried to use pastebinit and it fails. I am looking for a GUI based editor to use. I am somewhat familair with nano. Not trying to be diffocult here03:50
daftykinsnano isn't GUI03:51
daftykinsKATE for KDE, gedit for gnome / unity ----> http://paste.ubuntu.com03:51
MannyLNJOk I got gedit loaded and copied the file.03:53
MannyLNJwaiting for ubuntu.pastebin.com to give me a link03:55
PhlowAlsoaaaaah, 15.04 upgrade apparently caused nginx to start running rather than gitlab's embedded nginx... it had the ports bound already03:56
mocxzhelooo guys03:56
mocxzhow are you guys03:57
daftykinssupport only thanks03:57
daftykinschat in #ubuntu-offtopic :)03:57
MannyLNJdaftykins,  paste.ubuntu.com/12599958/03:59
daftykinsah you're running the utopic HWE, you need to update that - might help04:01
daftykinswow though - that file is huge 'cause it's full of errors04:03
daftykins!info linux-kernel-lts-utopic-generic04:03
ubottuPackage linux-kernel-lts-utopic-generic does not exist in vivid04:03
MannyLNJdaftykins, Will you help me fix the errors?04:03
daftykins!info linux-kernel-lts-utopic-generic trusty04:03
ubottuPackage linux-kernel-lts-utopic-generic does not exist in trusty04:03
daftykins!info linux-image-lts-utopic-generic trusty04:04
ubottuPackage linux-image-lts-utopic-generic does not exist in trusty04:04
daftykinsyou just need to update really.04:05
daftykins!info linux-generic-lts-utopic trusty04:05
ubottulinux-generic-lts-utopic (source: linux-meta-lts-utopic): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Version (trusty), package size 1 kB, installed size 27 kB (Only available for i386; amd64; armhf; arm64; ppc64el; powerpc)04:05
daftykinsalright so that was the latest of that;04:06
MannyLNJdaftykins, so sudo-apt get update ?04:06
daftykinssudo apt-get install --install-recommends linux-generic-lts-vivid xserver-xorg-lts-vivid libgl1-mesa-glx-lts-vivid04:07
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.04:07
daftykinshandy link04:08
ritinkarHi. had a question. Some guides I followed asked me to install django in server in virtualenv in /opt/04:08
ritinkarSo far I had them in my home directory04:09
ritinkarWill storing them in /opt require me to run all commands as sudo?04:09
MannyLNJdaftykins, thank you for the help. trying the command now. I assume that unlike windows a reboot is not necessary?04:10
daftykinsit's putting a new kernel on04:10
daftykinsthat explains why your log was so huge, you never reboot? :)04:11
daftykinsthat one's also handy04:11
MannyLNJdaftykins, Well this system has only been up for 3 days.04:13
MannyLNJdaftykins, rebooting04:15
MannyLNJdaftykins, another question. I have no flash drives installed why is my system finding a 7.9gb drive in /media/emanuel04:25
daftykinsMannyLNJ: pastebin "df -h" and "mount"04:26
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MannyLNJhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/12600092/ and http://paste.ubuntu.com/12600094/04:28
daftykins"ls -al /media/emanuel/8765-4321" ?04:29
daftykinsyou definitely have an 8GB partition doing nothing04:29
MannyLNJhttp://paste.ubuntu.com/12600092/ and http://paste.ubuntu.com/1260010804:30
daftykinsalright, i don't know what that is but it's some other partition04:31
daftykins"sudo fdisk -l" could be handy too04:32
zanzabarIf your linux distro has a gui ( ubuntu desktop version for example ) and you doing have a monitor plugged in and only access it via ssh is there any difference at that point from a desktop and server edition?04:32
zanzabarAre any processing cycles being used for the gui that isn't being used/04:32
daftykinsif desktop is installed, it's a security issue, it's a waste - and it's ridiculous04:33
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jak2000hi all i opened the port 8000 sudo ufw allow 8000 and try do a telnet localhost 8000 and get an error "connection refused" why? http://pastebin.com/zk7Qun1905:01
daftykinsbecause no service is listening on it?05:02
daftykinswhy would you mess around with firewall config then use localhost?05:03
daftykinsbaffling :)05:03
jak2000also i try access from remote pc (network) same result05:04
dreamx_cause of her05:04
dreamx_ye no other answer05:04
daftykinsjak2000: perhaps _no service_ is listening on port 8000 :)05:04
jak2000dreamx_, daftykins i try follow this tutorial: http://www.stefanolocati.it/blog?p=13305:04
daftykinsdreamx_: you make zero sense05:05
daftykinsyeah sorry i'm out.05:05
dreamx_cant help05:06
jak2000dreamx_ why not?05:06
jak2000how to disable firewall?05:07
Ben64make sure you have something listening on port 800005:09
zanzabarMy mouse/keyboard seems to be really bugy and I am not sure how to track down the problem.05:16
jak2000Ben64: http://pastie.org/1044754705:16
zanzabarI have a logitech g13, k200, and g500 all plugged into a KV switch05:16
zanzabarthe problems occurs semi randomly and I have a feeling the KV switch or chromium is to blame05:17
jak2000better see line 12: http://pastebin.com/SGeYcGen05:17
Ben64jak2000: use nmap to check if the port is open05:17
jak2000but line 34 i think is the problem:  java.net.BindException: Address already in use05:17
jak2000i check with: sudo netstat -antup | grep 800005:18
jak2000no results05:18
Ben64jak2000: use nmap to check if the port is open05:18
gioansi am looking for applications the same Visualstudio of Microsoft05:21
dreamx_palzq ot dupkaaa05:29
davehobaalhello. i am trying to load ubuntu 14. etc. onto a flashdrive to install on an acer aspire 1. the usb app transfers the iso and ALL of the fle3s say hey are broken.05:30
davehobaaltried downloading different versions etc and all do the same thing05:30
davehobaalim onn day twoo of my spare time and need help before i give up!05:31
davehobaalnobody cares..,. looll05:32
Ben64davehobaal: be patient, explain your problem in detail all on one line. wait for a response05:33
dreamx_i installed form lash my ubuntu05:35
dreamx_just folowed the instructions and the oftware listed in ubuntu page05:35
dreamx_im running both win 7 and ubuntu no issues at ll tru install05:35
Ben64dreamx_: don't post spammy links like that here05:35
gioansi am looking for applications the same Visualstudio of Microsoft05:36
Ben64gioans: so... IDEs ?05:37
Guest39998Hello, I would like to setup 2 partitions (home and root) ontop of dmcrypt with luks on a SSD, but i do not know the recommended way to do this based on stability, speed and complexity. I know I could use LVM to setup a logical volume then a ext4 partition, but btrfs has come a long way and supports SSD's and support for subvolumes, making it simpler for this job.05:37
dreamx_so happynes is orbiden here ben is it05:39
Guest39998Many ways to solve a task, but so much old, new or incorrect information has been scattered on the internet so it is hard for me to search.05:39
dreamx_whats wrong with links leading to music05:39
Ben64dreamx_: anything that isn't on topic is forbidden here05:39
dreamx_okay bye then05:39
Guest39998Btrfs seems fine, but i read it is still too unstable or could do huge amount of writes to my poor SSD, altough ext4 was also very old (not sure if suitable).05:41
Ben64ext4 is fine05:42
baizonGuest39998: ext4 and old?05:42
Guest39998I do not remember where i read it, but the underlying tech was pretty old, but this could also have been caused by their talk about btrfs been newer.05:43
baizonGuest39998: ext4 was released in 2008. NTFS for example is from mid 198005:44
mik25What is the command to make cron start a job now, without waiting for the time set upo in crontab? (The real problem is that I want to debug the job and do not want to mess with crontab)05:46
Guest39998Anyhow, how safe would it be to replace LVM and ext4 by btrfs with subvolumes?05:46
absklbthere is nginx in my usr sbin nginx. how do i know which process installed it and how can i uninstall it?05:48
gioansc# design Windowns form ?05:48
mik25absklb: uninstall package nginx05:48
xpl0iterAfter added nameserver my ubuntu systems stared showing su unable to resolve host05:49
xpl0iterWhat do I do to resolve it05:49
xpl0iterThere is no issues or whatsoever05:49
xpl0iterbut I need to make it goi05:49
xpl0iterThis is a production server05:49
absklbmik25: its not installed by apt-get. i tried with apt-get remove it says no nginx05:49
absklb!enter | xpl0iter05:50
xpl0iterabsklb, sorry05:50
xpl0iter^^I got it, and I didn't mean to do that, again. :(05:50
mik25absklb: dpkg -S /usr/sbin/nginx05:50
absklbxpl0iter: ok05:51
absklbmik25: so forums are saying to remove nginx-full and nginx-common I am trying that.05:52
absklbmik25: that worked. so basically nginx, nginx-full and -command are three diferent things to ubuntu05:52
stenchfootzabsklb: yes05:53
stenchfootzabsklb: it usually is05:55
absklbstenchfootz: it can be. but why to confuse user by installing more than one executeables? why not just one nginx?05:56
absklbso that i can apt-get remove it with one command?05:56
absklb!ops stenchfootz using bad words in pm05:56
ubottuabsklb: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:56
absklbprovided i never initialied any pm chat05:56
absklb!ops | stenchfootz using bad words in pm05:57
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stenchfootzabsklb: I am trying to help now thos05:57
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stenchfootzabsklb: you have problem with me.05:58
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stenchfootzabsklb: excellent art work. Why you hate me06:03
pyro_serpentanybody here?06:04
absklbpyro_serpent: ask your question.06:04
stenchfootzpyro_serpent: absklb is here06:05
pyro_serpentI wanted to know if there is any ubuntu irch chat room where I can just chat with fellow ubuntu enthusiast :)06:05
Flannelpyro_serpent: Yes, you want #ubuntu-offtopic06:05
stenchfootzpyro_serpent: I think ubuntu-offtopic06:06
pyro_serpentthank you very much06:06
shurtagulAnyone have experience with kde plasma?06:12
absklbshurtagul: ask your question. if no one here knows you can continue asking in #kde06:13
shurtagulFor some reason plasmashell isnt working after I restarted my computer.. it takes a minute or so to respond to each action. I can still start applications with baloo though06:13
absklbshurtagul: press ctrl alt f2 and login from there. once logged in delete .kde by typing rm -rf .kde it will delete all your kde settings, theme setting etc. then reboot.06:14
shurtagulIs that the only way? Id hate to reconfigure everything06:15
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shurtagulBetter than nothing Ill give it a go06:16
absklbshurtagul: try in #kde then06:17
shurtagulSo that didnt work06:19
absklbshurtagul: #kde06:20
Fudgeto use forcepae do i type it at the grub boot loader?06:25
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samsherwhat is best lightweight browser out there which I can use to read documentation while running virtualbox simultaneously! chrome is too heavy for my system.06:27
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shurtagulsamsher: I dont know about the best, but I think midori is popular. You could google something like this to get an answer too06:31
JohnnyLcan ubuntu run on mac hardware?06:34
samshershurtagul: ok thanks for response. I have been googling it for while. what about qupzilla06:35
olegbJohnnyL: yes, for instance: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro06:36
JohnnyLcan I distribute my game inside a ubuntu boot dvd?06:36
shurtagulsamsher: I dont have that much experience, it really depends what you need it to do. Some browsers might not have adobe flash support, or adblock. you could test each one or make sure you look that up06:37
penosjohn dat wud b cool06:37
olegbJohnnyL: beware of the GPL06:37
JohnnyLi want to distribute my game for mac/win/linux pcs and to make it run automagically from a ubuntu dvd.06:37
JohnnyLolegb: oh right06:38
JohnnyLolegb: well, i won't be modding ubuntu will i ?06:38
JohnnyLi'm not asking for money on this one.06:38
JohnnyLjust donations.06:38
Ben64JohnnyL: this isn't the right channel for that discussion06:38
JohnnyLBen64: where?06:39
Ben64JohnnyL: talk to canonical http://www.ubuntu.com/about/contact-us06:39
penosubuntu sud com wid freedoom06:43
JohnnyLbye guys.06:48
JohnnyLls -latrs06:48
HuscurianIs there anyone online right now?06:49
HuscurianI have installed Ubuntu.  I did some checking over Ubuntu Wiki.  It turns out that I received a message box saying "root partition".  Am I supposed to mount the partition before running Ubuntu?06:52
Huscurianor do I mount the partition using the terminal with this: sudo blkid?06:52
Ben64explain what you're attempting to do06:53
HuscurianI am trying to partition a drive for Ubuntu.  I already did by assigning it a new drive with the letter X06:53
HuscurianCurrently, I'm backing up all my Win 7 files to another drive.  What I want to do is attempt by logging into Ubuntu.06:54
Ben64linux doesn't use drive letters06:54
Ben64you said you installed ubuntu. partitioning would have already been done if that is true06:54
HuscurianLast I checked in Disk Management, my first install didn't partition a volume for it.06:54
HuscurianSo I erased it in a separate drive from C:\06:55
HuscurianI partitioned it myself on drive X:\ and then installed it to there.06:55
Ben64windows tools can't really see linux stuff06:55
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HuscurianOK, so Linux is different.06:55
HuscurianThe first install I did, I rebooted and logged into Ubuntu06:56
HuscurianAll good until there's a messagebox that appears.06:56
HuscurianIt talks about a ROOT and partition.  I wasn't sure what it was asking.06:56
Ben64need to see the exact message06:56
HuscurianI'll come back here once I've backed up the drive and logged into Ubuntu.06:57
HuscurianIf I find the same error, I'll write it down, boot into Windows, and tell you what I found.06:57
HuscurianI have to ask.  sudo blkid finds the uuid of the partition and mounts it, right?06:57
HuscurianOr would I have to use the /mnt to mount?06:58
Ben64you can connect to irc from ubuntu06:58
Huscurianhow do I do that?06:58
HuscurianI'm a newbie here but I am willing to learn Ubuntu06:58
Ben64open xchat or use the freenode webchat or many other ways06:58
HuscurianI'm using HexChat06:58
Ben64yep thats one of the many ways06:59
HuscurianSo would it be available?06:59
HuscurianHow do I access HexChat through there?  Use the super key to find the terminal and type in a specific command?06:59
Ben64might need to install it first07:00
HuscurianI'm reading about installing software07:03
temurbekplease help07:05
temurbekwhow connect to debian russian xchat channel07:05
HuscurianBen64: I found the cmd line for hexchat installation.  I should be set once the backup's do;ne07:07
Ben64Huscurian: you know you could open the software center, search for hexchat, then just click install07:08
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gioansi am looking for a application for my ubuntu, it is the same SQL of windows07:12
TheNumbgioans: are you looking for MS SQL alternative?07:15
TheNumbgioans: You might want to check out MariaDB, PostgreSQL and SQLite07:16
TheNumbgioans: do keep in mind they are *similar* to MS SQL.07:16
gioansare there not free, i can not íntstall07:18
p0rthello, I'm aving a problem with copying files to other drive. When i copy them to drive formated as ext2/3/4 everything is ok, but when I'm trying to copy something to a msdos formatted pendrive copying is slow (about 2MB/s). What's wrong?07:20
p0rtAnd can I do something to speed up copying?07:21
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auronandacep0rt: msdos is a type of partition table layout, fat32 and ntsf are filesystems07:24
p0rtauronandace, oh, indeed, sorry. I think it's formatted as fat3207:25
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auronandacep0rt: sorry i can't help, haven't used fat32 in years due to the 4gb max file size limit07:29
cicle_calla alpaca07:31
Ben64cicle , cicle_ : don't do that here, this channel is for Ubuntu support only07:32
ciclea quina clase ets?07:32
cicle_ben locu07:33
Ben64cicle: stop.07:34
ciclecalla bubot07:35
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alpaca_sida_ekisese ubuntu locu07:38
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alpaca_sida_ekisben no ploris07:38
loahow i can get version of installed qt?07:39
auronandacewas is the command to launch the software updater app?07:47
Ben64sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade ?07:48
auronandaceno, e graphical app07:48
auronandaceBen64: thanks07:51
lvlephI am trying to install python-glpk, but I get a "Unable to locate package python-glpk" error. But, http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/math/python-glpk07:55
phrearchis there something wrong with archive.ubuntu.com? i get these fetch errors: https://paste.kde.org/pxa7zpxec07:58
Ben64phrearch: looks like you have a dns issue08:00
loahow i can upgrade ubuntu 14.04 to 15.04 ?08:00
Ben64loa: do you have a reason for that? 14.04 is supported until 2019, 15.04 is supported until January 201608:01
phrearchBen64: yea seems like it. probably a docker related issue :(08:01
Ben64phrearch: probably not08:01
loahow i can add this repository to my ubuntu? https://launchpad.net/~vivnet/+archive/ubuntu/nvenc/+build/711722608:04
test__hello guys08:05
aunfriedayy lmao08:05
HuscurianBen64: why is 15.04 supported until 2016 but 14.04 is supported until 2019?  Is there a reason for that?08:05
Ben6414.04 is LTS08:06
shurtagulLong term support08:06
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notsureit worx08:06
HuscurianWell, that does suck08:06
HuscurianI have 15.04 installed.08:06
HuscurianNo matter.  I'll keep at it until it's phased out.  Then I'll change it to 14.0408:07
Ben64doesn't make sense to go backwards08:08
shurtagulItll still work until after that date, you can just update it at anytime08:08
trijntjeHuscurian: better go to the next lts, 16.0408:08
Ben64you go from 15.04 to 15.10, which is released next month, then 16.04 in April, and thats LTS08:08
HuscurianGreat.  Thought they were cutting it off at 15.04, using 14.04 as LTS then branching out.  I guess I wasn't thinking straight08:09
ausguyG'day. I updated some packages last night and it borked my install. I go to login and it boots me back out to the login screen. I think its related to fglrx, in xsession_errors i see an error BAD REQUEST, seemingly related to ATIFGLEXTENSION08:15
ausguyAny ideas?08:15
ausguyAnd fglrxinfo returns unable to open display08:15
ausguyCan see the graphics card in lspci fine, if that makes a difference08:16
ausguyI also ran aticonfig --initial and rebooted08:17
nhylHello guys, I'm a newbie and after installing nvidia drivers on Ubuntu 15.04 i cant type the Password when i start my pc (whole disk encrypted), i have to go to recovery mode then it works (driver gets loaded after i enter password here) ... so i assume it's the nvidia driver, is there any way to fix this without uninstalling the driver?08:23
notsuresame here i had to use another kernel08:24
lvlephI thought non-LTS were supported for 2 years? That would mean 15.04 is supported until 17.04.08:25
Ben64lvleph: 9 months08:25
lvlephI guess I was wrong. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LTS08:25
lvlephAh after 12.10 they changed that.08:26
lvlephI am trying to install python-glpk, but I get a "Unable to locate package python-glpk" error. But, http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/math/python-glpk08:27
researcher123is it possible to undelete the files from emptied Trash folder?08:27
lvlephresearcher123, yes and no08:28
researcher123lvleph: Yes. How08:28
anonimouseHi, I need help with installing open cv 308:28
lvlephresearcher123 http://extundelete.sourceforge.net/08:28
lvlephMake sure you stop writing to disk08:28
lvlephstop doing anything infact08:28
researcher123lvleph: why NO?08:29
k1l_researcher123: not a "one click and all is back" solution. its a lot of work to recover that files and with usage of the system that data might already be overwritten. see extundelete and photorec08:29
lvlephresearcher123 see k1l_'s response08:29
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lvlephYou are most likely screwed08:30
AvatarAext seems to be way more unforgiving than ntfs08:30
researcher123lvleph: thanks08:30
lvlephAvatarA how is that?08:30
anonimouseCan anyyone help me install opencv08:30
k1l_well, if you delete important data once so it comes to the trash and than empty the trash, the data might not be that important.08:30
trijntjeresearcher123: the most important thing is to stop using the PC you want to recover from RIGHT NOW. Go search for solutions from another device08:31
AvatarAwell in practice, on ntfs I could recover what I needed in more than 75% of cases08:31
researcher123trijntje: and why is that08:31
AvatarAext, less than 20%08:31
researcher123trijntje: can it hamrm PC08:32
Ben64researcher123: so you don't overwrite where the files were08:32
lvlephAvatarA and you kept statistics on this?08:32
AvatarAat least ext4, don't know about 3 and lower08:32
k1l_researcher123: is that system still running where you want to recover the data?08:32
trijntjeresearcher123: because ubuntu will overwrite the empty space where your files used to be. Shut down NOW08:32
anonimouseAt least,can anyone hear me?08:32
k1l_!details | anonimouse08:32
lvlephanonimouse no08:32
ubottuanonimouse: 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)08:32
AvatarAI guess it has something to do with how ext spreads out the data to avoid fragmentation?08:32
anonimouseYeah. Thanks everyone. When i do Cmake i am getting errors.I have posted the error in http://pastebin.com/r0uTrrtc08:34
anonimouseubottu: Yeah. Thanks everyone. When i do Cmake i am getting errors.I have posted the error in http://pastebin.com/r0uTrrtc08:36
ubottuanonimouse: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)08:36
k1l_anonimouse: you have alle the depencies that opencv names installed already?08:37
Huscurianubottu: you a bot?08:40
ubottuHuscurian: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)08:40
HuscurianHeh...  cool.  I never thought he'd be a bot08:40
anonimousek1l_: Thanks. Let me check again.08:40
MindSparkubottu, you're not an intelligent bot?08:40
ubottuMindSpark: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)08:40
Huscurianubottu: just say hi.08:41
ubottuHuscurian: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)08:41
Ben64please don't08:41
samba35how do i add coustom path to ubuntu or ubuntu-server08:41
* Huscurian is away08:44
jokersmile_wooany advice for how i get my blue function key to work with my blue sound key to adjust my volume. lubuntu 15.04.08:48
Wugthat's a really good question. does it work in any other linux distros you've tested?08:49
jokersmile_wooi haven't tried other distros on this laptop08:50
jokersmile_woothe function key works for brightness08:51
loajokersmile_woo, i can give you script on python which you can adopt to ur needs.08:51
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anonimouseCan anyone  help me install opencv? When i cmake, i get an error. I have pasted the error here .http://pastebin.com/r0uTrrtc08:53
loajokersmile_woo, http://pastebin.com/9A9G9ygd08:53
loajokersmile_woo, you need find your own codes of fn keys and change path to your keyboard device08:53
loaafter little change add such script to upstart to run from root08:54
k1l_anonimouse: try this: http://stackoverflow.com/a/2734710408:54
loajokersmile_woo, you can use xev to debug08:56
anonimousek1l_: Thanks man. I think it should work. The solution to error is written there. Thanks again.08:57
jokersmile_wooloa: thanxs loa i'll work on that.09:03
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somekindarobotello, Why is it that when I copy files to my smb share using nautilus I only get about 50 mb/s, while copying files from a windows 8 vm to the same server I get 107 mb/s?09:05
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trijntjesomekindarobot: probably because converting to ntfs uses a lot of cpu09:08
somekindarobothmmm. that's interesting.09:09
somekindarobotJust copied a 2 gig file from nautilus to the server, all cores are at about 23%. I don't think the CPU is a problem here. (i7 somethingsomething)09:11
k1l_samba is not the fastest09:12
somekindarobotYeah, but its strange that it's really fast when using windows.09:13
Ben64somekindarobot: not so strange. windows works fastest on windows' own proprietary stuff09:14
somekindarobotI suppose that's true.09:15
AvatarAif(client == linux) setSpeed(0.5)09:16
AvatarAhalf joking but microsoft did some shady things like this in the past :)09:17
cfhowlettjust like OSX works fastest on Apple computers compared to ihackintoshes.09:18
somekindarobothm. Would it be faster if I added it to fstab?09:18
somekindarobotOk. I added it to fstab and now I get 113 mb/s to the share. Awesome!09:24
ImQ009Hello. I don't know how on-topic this queston is going to be but I can't seem to be able to figure it out. How do you enable VMWare tools' automatic resize in Ubuntu 15.04?09:41
ImQ009Okay, I just changed the resolution to something else and now it started to work, heh09:43
rafaelcenteioIs it possible in the command line to do something like: |rm "name of the file" | prompting line to input the name of the file?  In other words I want ot enter a code in which the shell asks me for the name of the file I want to delete.09:46
roryrafaelcenteio: while read foo; do echo $foo; done09:47
roryrafaelcenteio: try that, and once you see how it works, replace the "echo" with your rm command09:47
rafaelcenteioOk thanks09:47
roryCtrl-D to exit09:48
roryctrl-C *09:48
Wugboth would probably work09:48
Wugrafaelcenteio: make sure you're careful with quotes09:48
cfhowlettImQ009, probably explained in the vmware help menu or on their support site09:49
rafaelcenteiothks Wug09:49
ImQ009cfhowlett, It is but it wasn't working09:49
ImQ009But it is now09:49
Zephirushi, may i ask a question i know the name of some of the best softwares to edit videos in linux, like lightworks and cinelerra, but are those good for giving special effects to the videos, like making images pop up and disappear and making intros, things like that. Or is it better blender?09:56
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rafaelcenteiorory:  How do I, in the input line, preceed the input with something like: "Name of the file"10:00
silveringkingmy chat quit (i'm zephirus don't know why maybe my username was registered already)10:00
fabrizziophey, I have a question10:19
fabrizziopI have two VMs, one using pfSense and one with Ubuntu, in kvm managed with virt-manager10:19
fabrizziopthey're both using macvtap in bridge mode10:19
fabrizziopthe ubuntu one can ping both pfsense and other hosts in the network (but not the host, that's normal), and can ping internet hosts10:20
fabrizziopbut it doesn't have internet acces10:20
fabrizziopwhat could be the reason?10:20
testhello guys just testing10:24
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cfhowlett!test | test10:24
ubottutest: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use /join #test )10:24
daleloognjust a chat?10:24
cfhowlett!topic | daleloogn10:24
ubottudaleloogn: Please read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic10:24
k1ldaleloogn: for chat we have #ubuntu-offtopic10:24
KartagisI created and split a zipfile and put it on my webserver. however, only the .zip can be seen. any ideas?10:28
Gnjuraci just installed ubuntu but my sound is wey too low10:39
Gnjuracwhat to do?10:39
cfhowlett!sound | Gnjurac10:39
ubottuGnjurac: If you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files,  see !players and !mp3.10:39
Gnjuraci am on lubuntu10:40
cfhowlettread the link anyway10:40
Gnjuracand when i click volume setings it opens empty terminal10:40
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Guest4827from where i can get wifi driver for my laptop10:42
cfhowlettGuest4827, what driver do you need?10:42
Guest4827wireless driver10:42
cfhowlettwhat chipset10:43
Guest4827compaq c70010:43
Gnjuracok i have alsa instaled what is controler for alsa called some GUI10:43
ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx10:43
cfhowlett!mint | Guest4827,10:43
ubottuGuest4827,: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org10:43
mladouxhaving routing issues with my server, routes not picking up. http://paste.ubuntu.com/12601660/10:44
mladouxjust a sec, pasting rt_tables file10:44
Guest4827previously i install ubuntu 13.4 but there was some prob like software center cannot updat thats why i reformat my laptop with mint10:45
mladouxthere we go.10:45
mladouxonly eth0 works10:45
Gnjuracwhat is command for unistall last installed10:45
mladouxubuntu version 14.04 LTS10:45
Gnjuracapt-get remove last?10:45
hateballGnjurac: Not quite so easy, you'll have to look in /var/log/apt/history.log and see what you installed, then reverse that10:47
mladouxplease private message me if you have any ideas, I just realize I have to head out to work, so yeah... I've been working on this all night, so fun day ahead.10:47
medicijnmanmy printer won't accept any print jobs after i replaced the black ink cartridge and aborted a print job using the control panel on the printer itself10:47
6JTAB4SZ9Hi all10:48
medicijnmanmy printer model is hp officejet 7410 all-in-one. using google i can only find threads that either try to print using wifi or that complain their printer won't boot anymore10:48
6JTAB4SZ9I've a strange problem with my installation and no clues about solving it10:48
medicijnmancancel -a and then resending the job with evince does not help either10:48
6JTAB4SZ9It happens that - when swiching workspaces - the machine goes under heavy disk I/O and become unresponsive10:48
cfhowlettmedicijnman, wait this is ONLY with pdf?10:48
6JTAB4SZ9seems that it is writing a lot10:49
6JTAB4SZ9but I've no clues on what's the real cause10:49
Mathisenhmmm why cant i install mysql-server-5.6 ??? " dependencies : mysql-server-core-5.6 (= 5.6.19-0ubuntu0.14.04.1) it will not install10:49
medicijnmancfhowlett: i have tried pdf and plain text files and both are still 'pending'10:49
6JTAB4SZ9do you have a similar problem?10:49
6JTAB4SZ9Ubuntu 15.0410:49
6JTAB4SZ9(didn't happen on 13.x and 14.x)10:49
6JTAB4SZ9(this 15.04 is an upgraded version based on a previous 14.04 LTS)10:50
medicijnmani tried cancel -a and then lpq -a does not list any jobs. so i think it should work if i send a new print job, but oddly it doesn't10:50
6JTAB4SZ9hits would be really apreciated10:50
medicijnmanmy distro is xubuntu 14.0410:50
6JTAB4SZ9hints would be really apreciated10:50
medicijnmanhp-doctor is happy with current settings and hp-info does not help much10:51
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medicijnmansending print jobs with abiword gives me the exact same results. print jobs are listed but status still reads 'pending'10:54
jeffreyis this the chatroom about ubuntu10:54
cfhowlettjeffrey, yes.  ask your questions10:54
auronandace!topic | jeffrey10:54
ubottujeffrey: Please read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic10:54
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medicijnmanlpstat -l does not list any jobs queued for my printer, but the gui panel tells me there are pending jobs10:56
medicijnmanoh wait. this is interesting:10:57
medicijnmanPrinter Rendering completedhlpr disabled since ma 28 sep 2015 12:07:44 CEST -10:57
medicijnmanhp-doctor says it is disabled10:57
6JTAB4SZ9Is there anyone with 15.04 experiencing my same problem ?11:09
6JTAB4SZ9(already googled, tried forums etc. ... with no luck)11:09
medicijnmanlpc status all11:13
medicijnmanprinter is on device 'hp' speed -111:13
medicijnmanqueuing is enabled11:13
medicijnmanprinting is disabled11:13
medicijnmandoes anyone know how i can enable printing?11:13
mladouxabout my question, I'm gonna have to go to work, so I opened a forum thread instead, if you have answers, it's here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2296719 -- I'll be checking it at work and when I get home. This way I don't have to worry about missing messages.11:15
mladouxI believe I included all the relevant data, but if anything is missing, just ask.11:16
jeffreyok how can i get fonts in firefox to fit so i can see the hole web page11:17
jeffreyi useing ubuntu 15.411:18
mladouxjeffrey, you can adjust your zoom with [ctrl]+[+] to zoom in and [ctrl]+[-] to zoom out.11:19
mladouxyou can also use ctrl+mouse scroll to do the same thing.11:19
jeffreyi know that  but how to set it up to stay that way on all web sites11:19
mladouxclick on the three little bars on the upper right, then go to the content section. Set your defaults there.11:20
mladouxif you click the advanced button, you can override web pages.11:20
mladouxyou can also set a minimum font size.11:21
mladouxhope that helps.11:21
mladouxif it's beyond that, no clue.11:21
jeffreybe right back to see if that helps11:21
mladouxfair warning, adjusting those settings may screw with the layouts of some pages.11:22
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diogenes_Hello good people.  After installing AMD-Catalyst-15.9 driver for my GFX i get a black screen when switching ttys. I have edited /etc/default/grub to set a different resolution (GRUB_GFXMODE=1920x108011:29
diogenes_). And also tested uncommenting GRUB_TERMINAL=console. I did try switching the GFX driver back and it started working. But i do not want to use that driver. Anyone have any idea how i could fix this?11:29
diogenes_i'm using  Ubuntu 14.0411:30
BluesKajHi folks11:30
alexbucurestihi diogenes_11:34
diogenes_Mr alexbucuresti.11:34
medicijnmanokay guys i fixed my problem. printing was disabled so after enabling printing using system-config-printer it worked!11:42
auronandacemedicijnman: good stuff, glad you figured it out11:43
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AlexPortableHow can I run a program on startup?11:46
medicijnmanauronandace: thanks. fortunately it was just a simple setting that needed to be fixed11:46
EriC^^AlexPortable: dash > startup11:46
AlexPortableEriC^^: i mean from commandline11:46
jeffreydid not help that much11:46
EriC^^AlexPortable: you can add the command to start the program there11:46
MonkeyDustAlexPortable  crontab -e11:46
AlexPortableEriC^^: I'm not logged into the system with a gui11:47
EriC^^AlexPortable: oh ok, add it to ~/.profile then11:47
AlexPortableMonkeyDust: what does that do?11:47
MonkeyDustAlexPortable  type it and read the instructions11:47
AlexPortableEriC^^: will the program also run when I don't login?11:47
EriC^^if you want it to run after you login as your user11:47
EriC^^AlexPortable: no11:47
AlexPortableI want it to run on system boot11:47
EriC^^AlexPortable: as your user?11:48
EriC^^AlexPortable: ok, type crontab -e and add it as @reboot /path/to/command as MonkeyDust suggested11:48
AlexPortablecrontab -e -u UserName11:49
MonkeyDustAlexPortable  sudo crontab -e if the command requires root11:49
AlexPortableor @reboot sudo -u username ?11:49
MonkeyDustAlexPortable  type crontab -e and read11:49
EriC^^AlexPortable: if you want it to run as your user then just @reboot /path/to/command11:49
diogenes_Hello good people.  After installing AMD-Catalyst-15.9 driver for my GFX i get a black screen when switching ttys. I have edited /etc/default/grub to set a different resolution (GRUB_GFXMODE=1920x108011:50
diogenes_). And also tested uncommenting GRUB_TERMINAL=console. I did try switching the GFX driver back and it started working. But i do not want to use that driver. Anyone have any idea how i could fix this?11:50
AlexPortablecrontab -e isn't working11:51
AlexPortableI added: @reboot program11:52
AlexPortable(program is the name i normally type to run the program)11:52
lexflexI highly suspect my ISP is blocking https access to imgur.com. How could I diagnose this and see if this is the case or not, i.e. find out where the block happnes?11:52
EriC^^AlexPortable: try adding the full path11:52
lexflexChatting with a customer service agent right now but he's rattling on about DNS which is silly because i can access http://imgur.com just fine. they seem to block https though11:52
AlexPortableEriC^^: how can i find the full path?11:52
MonkeyDustAlexPortable  then you're typing the wrong syntax, or you need root privileges ... use  sudo crontab -e to that end11:53
EriC^^AlexPortable: type which <program>11:53
AlexPortablelexflex: traceroute ?11:53
AlexPortable@reboot /usr/local/bin/program11:53
AlexPortablei doubt it need root privileges11:53
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diogenes_depends who's crontab i guess?11:54
AlexPortablestill not working11:54
EriC^^AlexPortable: can you run it as your user in the terminal?11:55
EriC^^AlexPortable: ok, add @reboot /usr/local/bin/program > /tmp/cron.log 2>&111:55
EriC^^then check /tmp/cron.log to see the output11:55
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AlexPortable /usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory11:58
akiklexflex: you can test ssl connections with openssl s_client11:58
akiklexflex: openssl s_client -connect imgur.com:44311:59
AlexPortableEriC^^:  /usr/bin/env: node: No such file or directory11:59
akikAlexPortable: i got the same error about missing 'node'. i symlinked it from /usr/bin/nodejs12:00
EriC^^AlexPortable: ok type echo $PATH as your user12:01
j0sh1sudo rm /system3212:01
AlexPortable /usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/local/games:/usr/games12:01
AlexPortableEriC^^: apperently the program starts with: node /usr/local/bin/program12:03
AlexPortableEriC^^: but if I add it as a cronjob, how can I stop it easily?12:03
__marcoHello. I have a problem with some package that I created. The packages are two, one is qemu with support to vde and the second is a package that depends on that specific version of qemu12:04
EriC^^AlexPortable: it depends on the program if it's a daemon and expects something or maybe you can just run kill <program> to ask it to stop12:04
AlexPortablearguments must be process or job IDs12:05
__marcoif I try to install the second, I get the following error: The following packages have unmet dependencies:12:05
AlexPortable /usr/local/bin/program: no process found12:05
__marco virtualbricks : Depends: qemu (= 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.3vde1)12:05
AlexPortableakik: well i prefer not to make symlinks12:05
MonkeyDust__marco  try in #ubuntu-app-devel12:06
__marcoMonkeyDust: thanks12:06
EriC^^AlexPortable: you need to add your PATH to cron12:06
EriC^^AlexPortable: try using bash -lc "/usr/local/bin/program > /tmp/cron.log 2>&1"12:07
EriC^^so it sources your ~/.profile12:07
AlexPortablehmm wouldn't it be easier to make a /etc/init.d/ btw?12:08
AlexPortableor is that not recommended?12:08
EriC^^it depends what the program does i guess12:09
AlexPortableirc bnc12:09
lexflexakik: I get CONNECTED(00000003)12:09
AlexPortablehmm now it works but gives an error12:09
EriC^^AlexPortable: what's the error? it seems fine to run a bnc this way12:11
AlexPortablewhen is it not fine to run a bnc this way?12:11
AlexPortablebnc -> program12:11
EriC^^AlexPortable: i think it depends on whether you want to turn it off or on or want special features this has some info about it http://wiki.znc.in/Running_ZNC_as_a_system_daemon12:12
T3DYzAnyone have anything fun to do with ubuntu?12:14
cfhowlettT3DYz, this is support for solving problems.  chitchat in #ubuntu-offtopic.  thank you.12:15
T3DYzI would have thought an ubuntu group would have been pretty open. Ok12:16
akiklexflex: and nothing else?12:21
lexflexakik: no12:21
akiki guess it's not working then. i'll paste a bit from the beginning to pastebin12:22
akiklexflex: http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=BghYKQhM12:23
AlexPortableEriC^^: thanks12:23
lexflexakik: yeah i'm not seeing any of that12:23
AlexPortableEriC^^: well is it hard to turn off via htop?12:23
lexflexthe ISP tech support is making me reset my router and other bullshit. even though in their forum there's 20 people with the same problem. yeah sure, it's probably my router!12:24
akiklexflex: that's the way it is. everyone treated the same way12:25
akikAlexPortable: here's some more info http://stackoverflow.com/a/18130296 . you can use update-alternatives to create the symlink12:26
EriC^^AlexPortable: np, no it should be easy12:27
EriC^^AlexPortable: you can press k over the process then select SIGTERM and press enter12:29
akiklexflex: what do you get if you ask $ host imgur.com ?12:29
akiki get imgur.com has address
lexflexakik: now it suddenly started working again12:29
maggotsany cool useful console app i haven heard of?12:30
shoaibhi where are program executables saved in ubuntu?12:30
EriC^^shoaib: mostly in /usr/bin12:30
geirhamaggots: task12:31
maggotsgeirha what does that do?12:31
shoaibi cant find tor, if i open it in terminal it says tor is already running, in programs i cant find tor12:31
tom4Uwhat is going on/12:32
dbkaplunmaggots: https://github.com/slap-editor/slap12:32
tom4Uslap... what is it?12:32
k1l!tor | shoaib12:32
ubottushoaib: Tor is a program to route connections through several servers for anonymity. It is in Ubuntu's repositories, but the Tor Project recommends using their Tor packages due to past issues with Ubuntu's. For setup info, see option (2) of https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en | To use Tor on freenode, see !tor-sasl12:32
geirhamaggots: lets you manage a todo list12:33
maggotslooks cool i have vim installed but useless as you need a proper keyboard12:34
lehzmIs there something equivalent to microsoft's event viewer in ubuntu?12:34
maggotswill git install on ubuntu-touch flashed in write mode?12:35
AlexPortablelehzm: /var/log/12:35
k1lmaggots: you know #ubuntu-touch is the right channel for that :)12:35
maggotsyes, but not much chat going on over on that irc12:36
maggotssure i'll try it an see12:37
maggotsyep it works12:38
lehzmAlexPortable: thanks12:38
maggotsi must try that slap editor look cool12:38
MonkeyDusttest__  it works, we see you12:47
DJones!test > test__12:47
ubottutest__, please see my private message12:47
cfhowletttest__, just like last time ...12:47
Ragazzo-RomaHello gays12:51
Ragazzo-RomaOh sorry Hello Guys12:51
* cfhowlett prepares to /ignore another joker12:52
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BluesKajinfantile sense of humour12:53
cfhowlettBluesKaj, yep.  and then the nick change ... very slick ...12:54
MonkeyDustan experienced joker12:54
cfhowlettunlike in xchat, the /ignore function in hexchat works perfectly.12:55
BluesKajnot a kickable offence to lack talent, only if the childish conduct persisists, IMO12:57
lvlephAnyone have any idea why apt-get says  it is unable to find python-glpk even though it is in the repos?13:00
EriC^^!info python-glpk13:00
ubottupython-glpk (source: python-glpk): Python bindings to the GNU Linear Programming Kit. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4.52-1.1 (vivid), package size 65 kB, installed size 447 kB13:00
EriC^^lvleph: is the universe repo enabled?13:01
cfhowlettlvleph, enable the uni repo13:01
lvlephlet me check EriC^^13:01
auronandacelvleph: have you done a sudo apt-get update too?13:01
lvlephweird!? Don't know how it got disabled but....13:01
lvlephThanks EriC^^13:04
cfhowlettit's not enabled by default iirc13:04
EriC^^lvleph: no problem13:04
lvlephI normally enable them all, but I guess I forgot.13:04
lvlephlol no module name glpk13:07
lvlephI must have screwed up my PYTHONPATH13:08
auronandacelvleph: did you have a python shell open while you installed the module?13:11
lvlephno auronandace, but apparently it is cause by something in fenics-dev, because no problems before sourcing that. Unfortunately, I can't pip install glpk, so...13:12
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lvlephauronandace I will just use a different version of fenics which is offered from a ppa.13:13
auronandacelvleph: as long as you realise we can't support ppas here13:13
Gnjuraci want to run a 32bit app13:15
Gnjuracon my 64bit ubuntu13:15
Gnjuracbut have problem13:15
Gnjuracwhen i do ./app it seys it dosent exist13:15
Gnjurac~/Games/RunningWithRifles$ file rwr_game13:16
Gnjuracrwr_game: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (GNU/Linux), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.15, BuildID[sha1]=1ef75f0deb28e18f3516481f22bb1dcc996195a8, stripped13:16
lvlephhttp://askubuntu.com/questions/454253/how-to-run-32-bit-app-in-ubuntu-64-bit Gnjurac13:16
Gnjuracwhat dependecis libs i need to install13:16
ROKO__<ROKO__> hello13:17
ROKO__<ROKO__> i still not able to make work xvba on ubuntu.. with my apu fx750013:17
ROKO__<ROKO__> https://dpaste.de/YgCb13:17
ROKO__<ROKO__> roko__@Lenovo-Z50-75 ~> ls /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/dri/xvba_drv_video.so13:17
ROKO__<ROKO__> the file exist13:17
Gnjuraclvleph:  shoud i use answer13:17
MonkeyDust!find xvba13:17
ubottuFound: xvba-va-driver13:17
Gnjuracsudo dpkg --add-architecture i38613:17
ROKO__MonkeyDust i have installed package13:18
ROKO__but take a look my paste13:18
ROKO__https://dpaste.de/cqLB another log from mpv player13:19
ROKO__unknown libva error13:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1442921 in fglrx-installer-updates (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu-Proposed Catalyst fglrx* 2:15.200 missing link to fglrx_drv_video.so" [Undecided,Confirmed]13:21
bindiwhy is there no click to scroll?13:21
taime1Hi. Is there any way to verify that deja-dup is actually backing up according to schedule? I've searched and cannot find answers or information regarding logs.13:21
absklbhow do i enable sslv2 iin my opensssl?13:29
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Enaellhi guys ! i've got a problem :(13:30
Enaellnot exactly..13:31
cfhowlett!help } ena13:31
ubottucfhowlett: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:31
cfhowlett!help | Enaell13:31
ubottuEnaell: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience13:31
Gnjuracf i installed like zilion libs13:32
rafaelcenteioHow do I make a script that opens the terminal and executes this script: while read foo; do rm $foo.*; done; exit ?13:33
Enaellsorrrry, so i begin :  my user password on Ubuntu 14.04.3 has changed . The fact is that, I don't know why it has changed : i didn't asked him to do it. So i would like to know how i can change it..13:33
cfhowlettEnaell, does someone else use your computer?13:33
absklbrafaelcenteio: you write a bish script. you dont neet to open a terminal.13:34
Enaellcfhowlett : nope i'm the only one. maybe i changed myself but i don't remember, idk13:34
rafaelcenteioabsklb: how?13:34
cfhowlettEnaell, you did it.13:34
cfhowlett!password | Enaell13:34
ubottuEnaell: Forgot your password? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword What's the root password? See !sudo. Don't see *** in password prompts? That's normal. Sudo doesn't ask for your password? It remembers you for several minutes. Please use strong passwords, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/StrongPasswords13:34
absklbrafaelcenteio: create a new text file write on top #/bin/bash below write your code save. chmod +x file and then ./file13:35
Enaellcfhowlett : yeah but when i try to do "passwd" and change my UNIX password, i doesn't work13:35
absklbrafaelcenteio: for more info and better scripting practice visit tldp.org bash script section13:35
cfhowlett"unix"?  we're using linux here.  don't know about you, though13:35
hateballcfhowlett: running passwd prompts you for unix password ;)13:35
cfhowlett!!! dang.  "I learned something today!"13:36
ubottucfhowlett: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:36
Enaellhateball : on recovery mode, when i do the "passwd" command it says me "enter the new UNIX password" so..13:37
hateballEnaell: Yes, and that's working as intended13:37
Gnjuraccan somone help me after istalling zilion i 32libs i now get this error13:37
GnjuraclibGL: OpenDriver: trying /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/dri/r600_dri.so13:37
GnjuraclibGL: Can't open configuration file /home/korisnik/.drirc: No such file or directory.13:37
rafaelcenteioabsklb: But will it be, interactive? I mean, I want something to prompt so that I can write the name of thre file to be removed13:38
Enaellhateball : nope, i when i change it it says "manipulation error"13:38
Gnjuracon fedora it worked out of box too on porteus13:38
hateballEnaell: What is the exact command you're running?13:39
hateballEnaell: As you are root in recovery console, you have to run "passwd <your username here>" and not just passwd. In case you missed that13:39
Enaellhateball : "passwd mysessionusername", and it still doesn't work13:40
cfhowlettEnaell, you SESSION user name?13:40
cfhowlettNot your installed user account name??13:40
Enaellcfhowlett : i do "passwd naell", that's my session name13:40
cfhowlettEnaell, is that the name of your account on your installed ubuntu??13:41
Enaellcfhowlett : sorry i don't understand o,o13:41
cfhowlettEnaell, 1.  did you install ubuntu to the hard driver?13:42
Enaellcfhowlett : yep, i partitioned my HD13:42
cfhowlettNOT what I asked.  did you actually INSTALL ubuntu to the HD?13:43
cfhowlettbecause you keep talking about session-name and username being different ...13:43
lvlephCan someone point me in the correct direction to configure my system to use 1920x1080 system wide instead of attempting to use the unreadable 4k?13:44
lvlephMostly it seems that I need it for lightdm13:44
cfhowlettlvleph, you're talking about at login or grub?13:44
parapanhi fellows, I setup a ssh server, changed the default port, is working from inside the network, but not from outside via internet; new port is open and forwarded from ext to internal machine ....I m using putty to connect to external IP of the server ....13:45
MonkeyDustlvleph  arandr is a gui for xrandr13:45
lvlephI have it for grub already. xrandr is only during the user session13:45
Gnjuraccan somone help me13:46
Gnjuraci am trying to run Running with Rifles game13:46
lvlephwell and plymouth but I am not too worried about that.13:46
telchar /join #openshift13:46
Gnjuracon Fedora it worked and on Porteus it works too just here after istalling zilion i383 libs it still dosent work13:46
Gnjuraci get some error13:48
Gnjurac LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose ./launch_game13:48
GnjuraclibGL: OpenDriver: trying /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/dri/tls/r600_dri.so13:49
GnjuraclibGL: Can't open configuration file /home/korisnik/.drirc: No such file or directory.13:49
Gnjuracprobbably need some more libs or somting13:49
Gnjuracany sugestions?13:50
EriC^^Gnjurac: try locate .drirc13:51
Gnjuracthen i tupe  locate.drirc nothing hepends13:52
Gnjuracjust gives me another line13:53
Gnjuracmeybe i need radeon i383 libs13:53
Gnjuracopen ones13:53
EriC^^!find drirc13:55
ubottuPackage/file drirc does not exist in vivid13:55
Gnjuracwhat to do13:55
EriC^^Gnurdux: it looks like it's looking for a user config in your home dir13:56
Gnjuracye i know13:56
EriC^^which program are you trying to run?13:56
Gnjuracrunning with rifles game13:56
Gnjuracit worked on Fedora64 and it worked on Porteus 32bit13:56
Gnjuracbut its 32bit program13:56
MonkeyDustGnjurac  spare the enter key13:57
Gnjuraci started it then it cryed error about missing libs so i instaled like 30 i386 libs and now he stoped crying about libs13:57
ubuantihi everybody13:58
Gnjuracso any suggestion13:59
Gnjuracis ther some option at least to unistall last 50 shit libs i installd like somting apt-get remove last13:59
ubuantiI want to share my laptop internet with smartphone , I installed KDE network manager , but after adjusting it , should press OK key, but it is not possible it is gray and I can't click on it13:59
rafaelcenteioHi, I want to make a script in which I can manually insert the name of the file to be removed. I was doing this: while read foo; do rm $foo.*; done . But it only works when I type it directly in the terminal. In other words I want something that can give me the ability to interactively type the name of the file, while only double-clicking the file with the script.14:00
badbodhGnjurac: poor choice of words. and you can use "apt-get autoremove" to get rid of orphaned libs. also view your apt log in /var/log/apt14:01
badbodhlog = history14:01
Picirafaelcenteio: perhaps zentiy is what you're looking for? http://www.linux.org/threads/zenity-gui-for-shell-scripts.5567/14:02
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badbodhubuanti: if you have an android, check your phone settings for "USB internet" or something14:04
rafaelcenteioPici: Thanks. Perhaps it does the job. But If only I could do a script that when executed it opens a simple terminal to put the name of the file would be enough. Any help would be appreciated.14:04
ash_workhow do you list the latest version for a package available for your system? apt-cache?14:05
Gnjuracf i will restall whole14:05
Gnjuracstupit ubuntu14:05
cfhowlettash_work, apt-cache policy14:06
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ash_workcfhowlett: thanks14:07
MonkeyDustash_work  apt-cache show  for more details14:07
cfhowletthappy2help!  ash_work14:07
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ash_workMonkeyDust: actually, show didn't tell me the vesion information :{14:08
parapananyone can support a ssh issue ?14:09
MonkeyDustparapan  ask and wait14:09
tewardparapan: depends on the issue, what's up with SSH?14:10
parapanI try using putty to connect from win via internet to an internal machine with ssh server14:10
parapanit's working from inside the network ...it;s NOT working from outside network ..14:10
parapanthe router has the port forwarded to internal network ....but I keep receiving the error ..network connection error14:11
parapanwhat else can I do ?14:11
ash_workparapan: maybe try ##networking14:12
parapananyone ?14:12
parapanthe channel ?14:13
MonkeyDustparapan  i was thinking the same thing, not sure if that's even for this channel14:13
parapanMonkeyDust: well - the server is ubuntu 14 ..so I was thinking into this channel14:13
cfhowlett!server | parapan14:13
ubottuparapan: 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-server14:13
ash_workparapan: it's likely not a problem rooted in the OS; this is a network configuration issue.14:14
ash_workparapan: I'm not trying to shew you away; I'm just saying, you'll probably get more/better help in ##networking14:14
absklbrafaelcenteio: you have to make it interacttiv. more help in #bash14:15
HuscurianAll right.  I got a problem.14:16
HuscurianI have already installed Ubuntu, went to the boot screen where Windows and Ubuntu showed up.14:16
rafaelcenteioabsklb: thanks.14:16
HuscurianI checked Ubuntu and it said that the application was missng or corrupt.  \wubuilder.mbr is the missing file.14:16
cfhowlettHuscurian, wubi.  shame on you.14:17
cfhowlett!wubi | Huscurian14:17
ubottuHuscurian: Wubi was a way to install Ubuntu from within Windows, but it is no longer supported in recent versions of Ubuntu and was never well maintained even for Ubuntu 12.04. Do not use Wubi. See !install for other options for installing Ubuntu.14:17
ubottuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate14:17
cfhowlettHuscurian, option 1: a proper dual-boot        option 2: windows + virtualbox + ubuntu   option 3: ubuntu _ virtualbox + windows14:18
ash_workHuscurian: for ! for yourself /msg ubottu14:18
ash_workoption 2 is popular14:19
Gambit__I'm trying to sort out some funkyness with LIO iSCSI. Does anybody have any experience, or could point me to the right channel? I've not found an irc channel for them listed anywhere14:20
cfhowlett!patience | Gambit__14:23
ubottuGambit__: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/14:23
HuscurianThe bot is missing the link for automate.  It doesn't work anymore and retrieves a 404 error14:24
HuscurianJust wanted to let #ubuntu OPs know.14:24
PiciHuscurian: thanks, I'll take a look.14:24
Saulo-!Seen quyen214:25
* Huscurian is away (reason: school)14:27
raanstAnybody have problems with two video cards (Intel + AMD) on Ubuntu?14:28
BluesKajhybrid graphics ?14:29
axwhywhat is linqpad equivalent in ubuntu?14:29
geniiraanst: The problem is each card wants to use a different libgl/mesa library14:30
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BluesKajraanst,  dunno much about intel/amd ,.more familiar with intel/nvidia14:30
raanstOkay, for this moment I use Windows 10, but I search for fast OS with huge stability and clickable settings14:31
MonkeyDustraanst  wrong channel14:31
raanstSo, maybe I turn off the AMD card and use a Intel card?14:31
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cfhowlettraanst, so you haven't even tried?14:33
plugynHi, is fstab not in xubuntu?14:34
cfhowlettplugyn, open a terminal:   locate fstab14:35
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plugynthanks. sorry i guess it was a dumb question :/14:35
pbxplugyn, don't worry, if you actually ask a dumb question, somebody will tell you it was dumb, and then somebody else will tell that person to be nicer14:38
plugynyeah i'm just kinda new to it, i thought it was a folder so i was looking in the wrong place.14:39
plugynright now i'm trying to figure out how to auto mount my drives on boot lol14:40
Gambit__Could anyone point me to somewhere where I may be able to get some help with an iscsi issue? Unfortunately I've only found one empty channel...14:40
Gambit__plugyn, check out the docs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab14:41
plugynthanks Gambit_ =)14:41
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Gambit__Also, if you're using LVM, you'll need to get the UUIDs via lvm itself rather than via the usual route14:42
Gambit__...or just use the direct paths to the virtual blocks in dev14:43
ubuntu797I am trying to use Gnome-flashback on Ubuntu 15.0414:44
ubuntu797but after I apt-get install the package and log out I can't find this: http://i.stack.imgur.com/1n11O.png14:44
ubuntu797That button isn't there14:44
ubuntu797How do I switch desktop environments on Ubuntu 15.0414:45
MonkeyDustubuntu797  try restart14:45
Tobias4Xubuntu797: install the one you want and select it from the login screen14:45
ubuntu797there is no button on the login screen to select from14:46
ubuntu797I'll try a restart14:46
MonkeyDustubuntu797  maybe it appears after a restart14:46
ubuntu797MonkeyDust: I'm trying that now14:46
ubuntu797MonkeyDust: It will take 5 minutes to boot though14:47
ash_workcfhowlett: so, erm... I figured if apt-cache policy lists something like x.x.x-0ubuntu0.xx.xx.x 0 should something like apt-get install packagename-x.x.x-0ubuntu0.xx.xx.x work?14:50
ubuntu797MonkeyDust: Rebooted, still no button14:50
ioriaubuntu797, with which command did you install gnome-flashback ?14:50
ubuntu797ioria: sudo apt-get install gnome-flashback14:51
ioriaubuntu797, try gnome-session-flashback indicator-applet-appmenu14:51
ash_workoh, you need an "="14:52
zombie-Digite @Series para minha lista de 336 arquivos (90.9GB) atualizada em 18/07/15. Enviando: 0/10. Na fila: 0/50. Upstream: 0B/s. Servido: 0 (0B). Ligado: 31m. FinchServ 3.5314:52
ubuntu797ioria: Trying that now14:52
MonkeyDust!br | zombie-14:53
ubottuzombie-: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br " sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigada.14:53
CallekSo I am on vivid, and looking for an h264 plugin for gstreamer0.1014:54
CallekI thought it was gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg but thats not available14:54
ubuntu797ioria: It worked!!!14:55
ubuntu797ioria: I had the wrong package I guess14:55
ubuntu797ioria: Thanks for the help!14:55
ioriaubuntu797, no problem daddy !14:56
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* jan_ koko15:20
zombie-Digite @Series para minha lista de 336 arquivos (90.9GB) atualizada em 18/07/15. Enviando: 0/10. Na fila: 0/50. Upstream: 0B/s. Servido: 0 (0B). Ligado: 1h 1m. FinchServ 3.5315:22
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amcsi_workwhat attribute would you use on HTML tags to solely document them?15:25
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HackSmashhow would i capture what chromium is sending to a www page form i am 'submit'ing15:26
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scuba323amcsi_work: like comments?15:26
amcsi_workscuba323, but I want them as HTML attributes15:26
scuba323<!-- comments go here -->15:26
amcsi_workto be easy to spot in Chrome Developer tools15:26
amcsi_workbecause I have a lot of html tags that look similar and I want to differentiate them15:27
amcsi_workthis is for email html15:27
scuba323view-source:   will syntax highlight then automatically. as well as Firefox source15:27
C_minusUbuntu 14.04 is stuck on the boot splash (5 dots). Recently I did resize Win7 and Ubuntu partitions, but it had booted into both successfully since then.15:30
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Piciamcsi_work: This is probably a better question for #html15:34
C_minusany idas for ubuntu hanging on the boot spash screen??15:35
amcsi_workPici, I thought I was in the #html channel, lol15:35
jpdsC_minus: Boot it into recovery mode?15:36
ioriaC_minus, or press ESC15:36
C_minusjpds i can get to recovery mode. ioria, esc does nothing.15:36
ioriaC_minus, if you press shift right after the bios screen, you don't get a grub menu ?15:37
C_minusioria I always get the GRUB menu.15:37
ioriaC_minus, try recovery , update-grub , and maybe remount rw and reinstall grub,   or you did something with video driver ?15:39
C_minusnope. no changes to video. i don't know how to do that stuff.15:39
C_minusWith the bootable installer stick, is it possible to install Ubuntu over the previous isntallation without overwriting ALL files?15:42
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ioriaC_minus, why don't you try recovery ?15:43
C_minusioria recovery how exactly? that GRUB stuff you were talking about?15:43
C_minusi don't know how, fairly limited time-wise also.15:44
ioriaC_minus, yes, Advanced15:44
ioriaC_minus, and drop to Root shell15:44
C_minusso i'm better off just installing fresh and cutting my losses. not so much data to lose, backed up recently.15:44
BluesKajC_minus,  only if you have separate / and /home partitions and install the OS to ? and set the mountpoint for /home in the manual partitioner15:44
BluesKaj install the OS to /15:45
ioriaC_minus,    it depends on your layout, but generally is  : mount -o remount,rw / sudo grub-install /dev/sdX15:46
ioriaC_minus,    and update-grub15:47
C_minusioria thanks I appreciate it, but I'm just cutting my losses and reinstalling fresh.15:47
ioriaC_minus,    ok15:47
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KinokoluksClose is not able to umount disk. device is busy. any suggestion?16:05
EriC^^Kinoko: do you have a terminal open with it as the cwd?16:06
bindiso, it's the year 2015, why is there no checkbox for mouse acceleration? why is there no gui for changing scrollwheel "size"? why is there no mousewheel click to scroll..16:06
JaglorCheck for any running processes that may be using it?  Even a shell prompt at that directory keeps it open.16:06
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KinokoEric^^ cwd . i don't know what is cwd16:07
EriC^^current working directory16:08
KinokoEric^^ the unix is saying on all pages, linux manpages too : >> cryptsetup luksClose partition_disk or /dev/mapper/partition_disk<< but is busy and was umounted16:09
Kinokobut the disk.img is not closed16:09
Kinokoi need reboot to umount?16:10
EriC^^Kinoko: what are you trying to do?16:11
KinokoEriC^^ i see this problem on the web on year 2005...16:11
Kinokountill today?16:11
KinokoEric^^ i use xprivacy in android with root, i discovered games runnind the su silently, captured by xprivacy app,16:13
Kinokoi discovered too that google delete files in sdcard16:13
Kinokoin a encrypted container the will delete nope anymore16:13
Kinokoin a encrypted container thye will delete nope anymore16:14
bazhangKinoko, thats not on topic here16:14
bazhangtry a chat channel for that Kinoko16:15
bazhanglike #ubuntu-offtopic Kinoko16:15
PiciOr maybe some android channel16:15
KinokoEric^^ i found a cryptsetup android posix that works iddentically like unix to create encrypted disk image files , but the problem is that they are like linu. are not umounting if i won'treboot16:16
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bazhang!ot | Kinoko16:17
ubottuKinoko: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!16:17
Kinokoubottu GOTOHELL16:17
bazhangthis is ubuntu support ONLY Kinoko16:17
KinokoEric^^ how to resolve luksClose in Ubuntu16:18
Kinokoerror: device is busy unable to umount /dev/mapper/luks.disk how to resolve luksClose in Ubuntu?16:20
Kinokolosetup -d ?16:22
maggotsneed help installing phantomjs on ubuntu16:23
MonkeyDust!find phantomjs16:23
ubottuFound: phantomjs16:23
maggotsnpm wont install it for me so.....16:23
KinokoThis: >>unmount: sudo umount /media/crypto sudo cryptsetup luksClose crypto sudo losetup -d /dev/loop0 << is Another lie16:24
maggotsalso whats the channel for raaspberrpi or do they have one?16:25
Kinokoubottu: this >> unmount: sudo umount /media/crypto sudo cryptsetup luksClose crypto sudo losetup -d /dev/loop0 << WORKS ON UBUNTU AND ANDROID MY DIAR16:25
CodeChrismaggots: type /list to search for channels16:26
EriC^^!alis | maggots16:26
ubottumaggots: 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*16:26
Kinokoubottu: THESE COMMANDS ON THIS >>http://lglinux.blogspot.com.br/2007/09/encrypted-partitions.html<< WORKS EQUALLY IN ANDROID AND UBUNTU TOO MI KINDIE16:27
ubottuKinoko: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)16:27
EriC^^Kinoko: did you unmount it first?16:28
EriC^^Kinoko: type mount | nc termbin.com 999916:28
KinokoEric^^ Y16:28
KinokoEric^^ what is the purpose of your suggestion?16:29
EriC^^Kinoko: to see if it's mounted16:30
mario-stortocome ti chiami16:30
EriC^^!es | mario-storto16:30
ubottumario-storto: 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.16:30
EriC^^!it | mario-storto16:30
ubottumario-storto: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)16:30
KinokoEric^^ it's umounted but the luksClose are not ending only to the next reboot16:30
EriC^^Kinoko: ok, give the link please16:31
KinokoEric^^ what link??16:31
EriC^^run mount | nc termbin.com 999916:32
Kinokoi won't bot commands with my antigogle phone16:32
EriC^^it should give a link16:32
mario-stortosono nuovo16:32
Kinokoi won't bot commands with my antigogle phone16:32
mario-stortonon so come funziona  xchat16:32
auronandaceKinoko: google has nothing to do with what he is asking you to do16:33
KinokoEric^^ the gogle are waiting the first oportunity to kill my phone. AGAIN16:33
mario-stortono speak eng16:33
EriC^^mario-storto: /join #ubuntu-it16:33
EriC^^Kinoko: ok, what's the name of the dir where it was mounted to?16:34
KinokoEric^^ /mnt/sdcard16:34
CodeChrisbot commands?16:34
EriC^^Kinoko: type grep /mnt/sdcard /proc/mounts16:34
KinokoCodeChris: my antigogle phone is being monitored by some u.f.o.thing to prevent thr phone turns back ubuntu again16:35
Jaglorwow, thanks EriC^^ I've never seen termbin before, that's pretty cool!16:36
KinokoEric^^ is umounted16:36
EriC^^Jaglor: yeah it's awesome :D16:36
EriC^^Kinoko: the command returns nothing?16:36
octaviancannot see content of a dvd on ubuntu 14.04. Tried on windows and it works16:37
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KinokoCodeChris: i found games running su silently in my phone. while i still not gain control of MY PHONE i won't pass bot ssh commands for they learn free16:37
Guest36628any help?16:37
ioriaoctanium, do you have libdvdread4 installed ?16:38
CodeChrisit's only termbin.com but fair enough16:38
auronandaceKinoko: what on earth are you talking about?16:38
ioriaoctavian, do you have libdvdread4 installed ?16:38
KinokoEric^^ blkid is returning the uuid of the loop in /dev/mapper16:38
Guest36628ioria: I don't think so16:38
Guest36628ioria: it's a dvd burned by me under linux16:39
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Guest36628udner windows*16:39
Guest36628just pics and vids16:39
akazakiIs it possible to extend or remove the timeout for NetworkManager dispatcher service in Ubuntu 14.04?16:39
ioriaGuest36628, ok... you can install ubuntu-restricted-extras    or simply libdvdread4   and then run  sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh16:40
EriC^^Kinoko: try to see if there are any open files with lsof | grep /mnt/sdcard16:40
Guest36628ioria: checked and it's installed16:41
korsakof_EriC^^: thanks for termbin and your dedication.16:41
KinokoEric^^ i tried ... nothing found ... every cleart16:41
ioriaGuest36628, ubuntu-restricted-extras    or libdvdread4   ?16:41
Guest36628ioria: libdvdread416:41
brunchbbHas anyone had a problem with shutdown...The GUI shutdown will shutdown but the restart16:41
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ioriaGuest36628, did you run sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh  in terminal ?16:42
Guest36628ioria: yep16:42
KinokoEric^^ the same problem of luksClose are in another linuxes  https://www.google.com.br/search?q=haw+to+force+luksClose+to+umount+disk&oq=haw+to+force+luksClose+to+umount+disk&aqs=chrome..69i57.12015j0j1&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=0&ie=UTF-8#q=+luksClose+to+unmount+disk16:42
Guest36628ioria: maybe a restart is needed16:43
ioriaGuest36628, try  otherwise there are issue with formats or setregion  code16:43
negevhello, if i remove systemd packages from a 14.04 box will it break?16:44
EriC^^Kinoko: i see16:44
auronandaceKinoko: i thought you wanted to say away from google...16:45
EriC^^Kinoko: are the files still visible if you ls /mountpoint ?16:45
Kinokoauronandace: i am anonymous in search with cleaned links redirections. so...16:45
intisarmuhtadeedpkg systems?16:45
auronandaceKinoko: why not use duckduckgo if you are so worried about google?16:46
Kinokoauronandace: please i hate trackers... i am still searching a way to open links from duckduckgo in the same page without trackers16:47
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bazhangKinoko, please stop with the offtopic16:47
Kinokoauronandace: i found a way to skip link trackerism in duckduckgo only when opening links in a new tab16:48
EriC^^Kinoko: did you try ls /mountpoint?16:48
KinokoEric^^ Y16:48
pHuNk3r5what's the best way for me to get network connect working for my juniper vpn?16:48
EriC^^Kinoko: any files?16:49
KinokoEric^^ Only the normal partitions16:49
lotuspsychje!vpn | pHuNk3r516:49
ubottupHuNk3r5: For more information on vpn please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VPN16:49
EriC^^Kinoko: so the encrypted files aren't there16:49
kazumi-kunhey guys, does any one know how to change the login background on ubuntu mate by command line16:49
EriC^^Kinoko: try dmsetup ls16:49
lotuspsychjekazumi-kun: maybe ask in #ubuntu-mate channel?16:49
kazumi-kunok no worries16:49
KinokoEric^^ i still haven't found dmsetup good idea. i will try search some dmsetup for my antigogle phone. may this will work16:50
EriC^^Kinoko: try sudo vgchange -a n16:51
EriC^^then crypsetup luksClose16:51
KinokoEric^^ vgchange i still  haven't too Lamentable. gogle works to us be android FROM THEM16:52
pHuNk3r5lotuspsychje, I don't think that's applicable to the juniper vpn16:52
KinokoBYE! THANX16:52
LiENUSanyone able to successfully use opensc with firefox? when i load the module it just crashes firefox16:52
KinokoEric^^ i tried cryptsetup luksClose it says that the /device/mapper/disk is busy16:53
EriC^^did you try sudo vgchange -a n?16:53
KinokoEric^^ i have not vgchange binary but i will search any.16:54
korsakof_Kinoko: Maybe asking dm-crypt mailing list could help.. dm-crypt@saout.de16:54
lotuspsychjepHuNk3r5: can this help? http://askubuntu.com/questions/450369/how-to-install-juniper-vpn-on-ubuntu-14-04-lts16:55
ioria!info  pcscd16:55
ubottupcscd (source: pcsc-lite): Middleware to access a smart card using PC/SC (daemon side). In component universe, is extra. Version 1.8.11-3ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 54 kB, installed size 211 kB16:55
korsakof_Kinoko: https://gitlab.com/cryptsetup/cryptsetup16:55
Kinokokorsakof_: i believe they wo'nt answer alegging problem on my compilation16:56
pHuNk3r5lotuspsychje, it's okay I'm on 15.04 and found this https://cis.technion.ac.il/en/central-services/communication/install-juniper-ubuntu/16:56
pHuNk3r5thanks anyway :)16:56
lotuspsychje!yay | pHuNk3r516:56
ubottupHuNk3r5: Glad you made it! :-)16:56
Kinokokorsakof_: or kernel problem16:56
Kinokobut all the linux have this same problem?16:56
Kinokoi will try find vgchage and dmsetup16:57
korsakof_Kinoko: your previous google search suggests it...16:57
Kinokokorsakof_: suggests what? lies of course16:58
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tester55hello, is there a way to remove items from Gnome's Frequent Apps list?16:58
lotuspsychjetest12345: wich version of ubuntu are you on?16:58
Kinokokorsakof_: http://lglinux.blogspot.com.br/2007/09/encrypted-partitions.html repair on umount section of this page16:58
lotuspsychjetester55: ^16:58
korsakof_the search "luksClose is busy" hits on debian, ubuntu, fedora, redhat, opensuse...16:59
tester55I am using gnome316:59
lotuspsychjetester55: ubuntu-gnome?16:59
tester55so not unity.16:59
MonkeyDusttester55  what's the outcome of   cat /etc/issue16:59
Kinokokorsakof_: i tied cryptsetup luksClose mydev and cryptsetup luksClose /dev/mapper/mydev ... Busy17:00
tester55Debian GNU/Linux stretch/sid17:00
U14to15Hi, any advice how to install audio drivers on Ubuntu15? (asus motherboard with integrated audio)17:00
jpdsKinoko: sudo dmsetup ls --tree17:00
lotuspsychje!sound | U14to1517:00
ubottuU14to15: If you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files,  see !players and !mp3.17:00
jpdsKinoko: Find out what sits under the LUKS volume17:00
lotuspsychjeU14to15: did you enable internet cable + updates during setup>?17:01
Kinokojpds: nothing...17:01
U14to15no sound.. and now even the icon for adjusting volume has disappeared17:01
lotuspsychjeU14to15: checked additional drivers section?17:01
U14to15yes. updating while installing17:02
Kinokojpds: i have not dmsetup for arm17:02
korsakof_Kinoko: I don't dm-crypt. I'm sticking with truecrypt 7.1a. But your issue same to apply to many distro, so asking the cryptsetup teams should be a good idea..17:02
U14to15Volume applet - is gone as the 'instructions' recommend reinstall this and that.. and  ..17:02
lotuspsychjeU14to15: what does sudo lshw -C sound show behind driver=17:02
U14to15There are no additional drivers to select from. How/what shoud I do to get them there?17:03
Kinokokorsakof_: i have not truecrypt for arm17:03
lotuspsychjeU14to15: sudo lshw -C sound please17:03
timbozemanfor my work computer, should I be doing everyday tasks with an administrator account type? I know on windows you should use a non-admin account, but does that apply since there's a password for root?17:04
timbozemanfor security best practices17:04
lotuspsychje!root | timbozeman17:04
ubottutimbozeman: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo17:04
lotuspsychjetester55: you can also join #ubuntu-gnome17:05
U14to15LSHW: description:Multimedia: NVidia &  Audio device/FCH Azalia Controller/asus.. and detail.17:05
lotuspsychjeU14to15: does it show driver=17:05
lotuspsychjeU14to15: something like: configuration: driver=snd_hda_intel latency=6417:06
ubottuKinoko: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)17:06
lotuspsychjeKinoko: please stop that stuff17:06
U14to15There is no word driver mentined in LSHW output17:06
bazhangKinoko, cut out the offtopic nonsense17:06
tester55lotuspsychje, thanks. For what's worth it I am using Gnome
lotuspsychjeU14to15: ok something going wrong with driver, check your syslog and dmesg for sound errors please17:07
lotuspsychjeU14to15: faling sound module, or whatever17:07
U14to15I also tried adding the config line :driver=snd_hda_inte -> no effect17:07
lotuspsychjeU14to15: no that line applys for my driver only :p17:07
lotuspsychjeU14to15: ah doublecheck also sudo lshw -C video please17:09
ioriaU14to15, can you paste  the output   on paste.ubuntu.com and check dpkg -l indicator-sound ?17:09
C_minusIs this how apt-get works: it connects to remote repositories where it can download a tar.gz of whatever software. then it unzips it to some location in /usr, and makes some scripts executable, as is requird?17:10
lotuspsychjetester55: didnt use gnome for long time, idle in the gnome channel or re-ask here once in a while mate17:10
lotuspsychje!apt-get | C_minus17:11
ubottuC_minus: APT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome), !Muon (KDE) or !Apper (KDE)17:11
akikC_minus: it downloads .debs and let's dpkg install them17:11
tester55I got a good pointer in #gnome (look at gnome-shell/application_state)17:11
tester55thanks again lotuspsychje.17:11
lotuspsychjetest12345: no sweat17:12
U14to15syslog:  ureadahead[219]: ureadahead:sound: Ignored relative path, and ureadahead:/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/indicator-sound/indicator-sound-service: No such file or directory17:12
C_minusoh ok. thanks guys see ya!17:12
ioriaU14to15,  dpkg -l indicator-sound ?17:13
lotuspsychjeioria: expect a bug?17:13
iorialotuspsychje, really idk :(17:13
U14to15LSHW pasta  at http://paste.ubuntu.com/12603968/17:14
lotuspsychjeU14to15: driver shows: configuration: driver=snd_hda_intel latency=017:14
lotuspsychjeU14to15: i would dig deeper in syslog and dmesg logs for errors17:15
U14to15and dpkg at http://paste.ubuntu.com/12603978/17:15
ioria!info indicator-sound17:16
ubottuindicator-sound (source: indicator-sound): System sound indicator.. In component main, is extra. Version 12.10.2+15.04.20150413-0ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 79 kB, installed size 441 kB17:16
ioriaU14to15,  try to install it17:16
lotuspsychjeadeeba: welcome, how can we help you17:16
ioriaU14to15,  and reboot17:17
U14to15ok apt-got:indicator-sound, back in 2 min.17:18
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: any luck?17:25
tux38Whats up ?17:25
lotuspsychjetux38: this is ubuntu support channel for issues only17:26
MonkeyDusttux38  it works, we can see you17:27
ac3takwasI need to give access to my system over SSH17:27
lotuspsychje!ssh | ac3takwas17:27
ubottuac3takwas: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for it's homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)17:27
ac3takwasI used whatismyip to get my hostname17:28
ac3takwaslotuspsychje, I've been there17:28
tux38New dre album is pretty good17:28
MonkeyDustac3takwas  if you mean 'have acces' ... basically: remote_user@remot_ip17:28
lotuspsychje!ot | tux3817:28
ubottutux38: #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!17:28
ac3takwasMonkeyDust, I did that17:28
ac3takwasnot working17:28
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MonkeyDustac3takwas  what happens if you try17:28
tux38Good beats17:28
ac3takwasit just keeps try to connect17:28
MonkeyDusttux38  wrong channel17:29
ac3takwasworks fine in local network17:29
tux38Any ones best best not piss off the like linuxx beards17:29
ac3takwasbut trying to connect to a friend17:29
MonkeyDustac3takwas  'time out'? can be a firewall issue17:29
tux38So is u tu still consider linux theses days ? I heard its not17:30
ac3takwasssh: connect to host [IP] port 22: Connection timed out17:30
lotuspsychjetux38: stop the offtopic chat here17:30
tux38Its on topic17:30
U14toU15about my sounds... not mine, the PC's: I got the icon for sound volume control, but no more. And there were issues in booting.  journalctl says e.g.  pulseaudio[1078]: [pulseaudio] pid.c: Daemon already running.,   PCCT header not found.   ACPI PCC probe failed.. and so on. Should  I look something from that log?17:31
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wildlaptopGood evening, running 15.04 on a few PC's here, just allowed one to upgrade and it requested a restart, now its stuck in a loop, when I go to log in, screen just flashes and its back on the login screen, known issue? can I roll back without being able to log in?17:32
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: maybe you could try LTS for more stable experience17:32
lotuspsychje!recovery | wildlaptop17:33
ubottuwildlaptop: If your system fails to boot normally, it may be useful to boot it into recovery mode. For instructions, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveryMode17:33
EriC^^wildlaptop: might be a graphics driver issue17:33
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: ubuntu 14.04 perhaps17:33
EriC^^wildlaptop: try booting with nomodeset17:33
lotuspsychje!lts > U14toU1517:33
ubottuU14toU15, please see my private message17:33
U14toU15I just formated 14.04 away, as I newer got Nvidia to work. Now I have Nvidia, but sound is gone17:34
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: wich chipset please?17:35
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: its possible wrong graphics driver can give sound issues too17:35
U14toU15asus mother board. Realtec ALC88717:35
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lotuspsychjeU14toU15: sudo lshw -C video please : chipset + driver=17:36
U14toU15but the 'sound' setting shows something else -> how to install there something correct?17:36
RB2Hi, I have 2 x 3TB HDDs and one of them is currently in use on my dedicated server. Is it possible to setup a mdadm raid 0 array "live" or without losing data? I found this guide but its for mirroring: http://www.guyrutenberg.com/2013/12/01/setting-up-raid-using-mdadm-on-existing-drive/17:37
U14toU15Video = GK208. that line did not reveal anything on sound17:37
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: wich driver= loaded?17:37
Jaglor!lts > Jaglor17:38
ubottuJaglor, please see my private message17:38
U14toU15Digital Stereo (IEC958)17:38
ioriaU14to15,  if you go to System Settings -> Sound  and choose analog ?17:38
U14toU15.. and the whole window is strange . the white background of that settings is now transparent17:39
opt1malThe method for turning on and off individual OpenVPN clients on Ubuntu 15.04 has changed from previous versions of Ubuntu. With 14.04 and lower, one needs only to do "sudo service openvpn stop configfilename". Now with 15.04, I cannot manually turn off and on using this method. How is it done?17:39
U14toU15There is only digital output (S/PDIF) to choose from17:39
opt1malThe only way to turn off and on openvpn clients is to remove/add the config file and reboot as far as I know.17:40
ioriaU14to15,  alsamixer , with F6 you can change card17:40
U14toU15f6-> no effect17:40
ubottuOpenVPN is a vpn technology in Ubuntu, sudo apt-get install openvpn and then see http://openvpn.net/ and see the documentation "HOWTO" noting you have already installed it. ;-) It rocks!17:41
U14toU15aslamixer has the realtek there correctly, and all the channels open.17:41
opt1malno documentation on whatever changed with openvpn on ubuntu 15.04. The server docs don't even do that version.17:42
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ioriaU14to15,  sudo aplay -l17:42
U14toU15aplay: card 0: Generic [HD-Audio Generic], device 1: ALC887-VD Digital [ALC887-VD Digital] /   Subdevices: 0/1 /   Subdevice #0: subdevice #017:44
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pokoiHello good people. I just installed Ubuntu Vivid and I ran sudo apt-get update but it is terribly slow!17:46
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pokoiMy connection is fine, just this update command is slow17:46
pokoiWhen installing my packages, it all went well...17:47
lotuspsychjepokoi: wich country are you from?17:47
U14toU15any more ideas, how to install the audio / realtec drivers?17:48
pokoilotuspsychje:is there a way for me to change it and try again?17:48
lotuspsychje!sources | pokoi17:48
ubottupokoi: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.17:48
ioriaU14to15,  ls -l /run/user/1000 ?17:48
akazakiIs it possible to extend or remove the timeout for NetworkManager dispatcher scripts in 14.04?17:48
ioriaU14to15,  on paste.ubuntu.com, please17:49
LexicadeHi. I 'upgraded' to Ubuntu 14.04.3 from a lower version, but I dont think the install went 100% well. Is there a way to verify the OS?17:49
usr13Lexicade: lsb_release -a17:50
LexicadeThat prints my current OS config17:51
LexicadeI want to verify the OS17:51
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usr13Lexicade: Please restate  your question.17:51
usr13Lexicade: What exactly do  you need to verify?17:51
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pokoilotuspsychje: that solved the problem :D17:52
LexicadeI want to either verify my installtion was 100% successful, or without losing data, reinstall the update if possible.17:52
usr13Lexicade: sudo apt-get update17:52
LexicadeDoes that not jsut update the package list?17:53
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usr13It will resynchronize the package index files from their heir17:54
LexicadeUnfortunately this errors me tierh way.17:54
LexicadeE: Could not get lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)17:54
usr13It will resynchronize the package index files from their sources. The indexes of available packages are fetched from the location(s) specified in /etc/apt/sources.list.17:54
KinokoHow to change the owner@id: in ubuntu?17:55
LexicadeBut it doesnt work.17:55
LexicadeIs ther another method I can be using?17:55
usr13Lexicade: Do you have a package management app open and running?17:55
tewardKinoko: where do yo usee that?  Terminal?17:55
Kinokoteward: yes terminal17:55
Lexicadeusr13, im on terminal.17:56
tewardKinoko: @id is the hostname - you'd have to change the system hostname.17:56
tewardKinoko: owner == username of who's logged on17:56
tewardKinoko: to change 'owner' you'd have to chnage the username, to change the ID/Hostname, refer to http://askubuntu.com/questions/9540/how-do-i-change-the-computer-name17:56
usr13Lexicade: What makes you think the upgrade failed to complete properly?17:56
LexicadeA few things have stopped working since the upgrade.17:57
Kinokoteward: i changed but the display now is a code groups=xxxx user=xxxx @ hostid17:57
tewardKinoko: http://askubuntu.com/questions/34074/how-do-i-change-my-username can help you change the username.17:57
LexicadeAnd I cant even update them because apt-get is entirely broken.17:57
usr13Lexicade: uptime17:57
LexicadeThis is why I want to make sure it worked properly.17:57
ac3takwashow do I disable firewall on Ub untu?17:57
tewardac3takwas: by default the firewall is 'open'17:57
LexicadeUptime wont help me figure out if my OS is broken.17:58
ac3takwasthanks, but how?17:58
tewardac3takwas: if you haven't set up any firewall yet, then it's not 'on' in the sense of protecting.17:58
ac3takwasI need to use SSH but I'm having issues17:58
tewardac3takwas: lets start higher level than assuming firewall.  What issues?17:58
usr13ac3takwas: Are you trying to ssh to it from another PC?17:58
Kinokoteward: suppose that i forbid all apps to DEFACE my hostid. The user@host will never aappears until17:59
usr13ac3takwas: If so, are you sure you have sshd installed?17:59
ac3takwasusr13, yes17:59
ac3takwasusr13, both ways17:59
usr13ac3takwas: sudo apt-get install opehssh-server17:59
ac3takwasmy friend uses ubuntu and so do I18:00
ac3takwasbut I can't connect18:00
usr13ac3takwas: show me the command you are using?18:00
LexicadeAha. Issues been resolved. :)18:02
usr13ac3takwas: To see if the port is blocked, do this:  nmap -p 22 192.168.x.x18:02
creedHello I'm trying to install Ubuntu on an old Amd Athlon XP 3000 computer. I'm falling back into initramfs when trying to boot vom live cd or install the os. Before this it tells me that the APCI PCC probe failed. Is anyone willing to help me getting this error fixed?18:02
lotuspsychjecreed: ubuntu version?18:02
usr13ac3takwas: where 192.168.x.x is the actual IP address18:03
usr13ac3takwas: To ssh to it:  ssh ac3takwas@192.168.x.x18:03
U14toU15sorry - Fire fox hanged - any comments while I was gone on the no-sounds and driver installation?18:03
ac3takwasusr13, install nmap18:03
usr13ac3takwas: yes18:03
ac3takwasusr13, but 192... is usually local IP and that works fine for18:04
Kinokoteward: your link is good. Thanks. So, think i am on android. I have not usermod binary or libraries. So, how it's posible my userid@host: Changed 3 times in 2 days without having any posible software or app installed on my phone?18:04
ac3takwasbut I'm trying to ssh over the internet18:04
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: no, try to investigate your syslog and dmesg for errors18:04
tewardKinoko: so this is an Android OS?  Or Ubuntu Phone?18:04
usr13ac3takwas: What IP are you trying to ssh to? What IP are you sshing from?18:04
teward(or Ubuntu on your Android Device by porting)18:04
U14toU15the funny part.. Now there is no 'additional drivers' on search..18:04
ac3takwasusr13, I experimented by sshing from my phone to my laptop18:04
creed@lotuspsychje: Archive: trusty18:04
creedVersion: 14.0418:04
creedComponent: main18:04
creedOrigin: Ubuntu18:04
creedLabel: Ubuntu18:04
creedArchitecture: i38618:04
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: we already seen your sound drivers installed properly18:05
akikac3takwas: is for private networks18:05
U14toU15.. so reinstall U14?18:05
lotuspsychjecreed: with wich tool did you create the usb stick18:05
usr13ac3takwas: client or server?18:05
lotuspsychjeU14toU15: you got few options, stick to 15.04 and create a bug, or reinstall 14.0418:06
creedlotuspsychje: Linux Live USB Creator (Windows 7)18:06
lotuspsychje!usb | creed try this18:06
ubottucreed try this: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent18:06
U14toU15well-- tanks from help anyway...18:06
Kinokoteward: is android phone with 85% of purged gogle18:06
lotuspsychjecreed: universal usb installer18:06
ioriaU14to15,  ls -l /run/user/1000 ?18:07
bazhangKinoko, thats not supported here18:07
bazhangKinoko, this is ubuntu support only, not android18:07
Kinokoteward: listen to me. If we purge gogle from android, strange facts occurs after that.18:07
creedlotuspsychje: since i have to create a new stick. The pc is for a little girl (first pc). Should I go to 15.04 ?18:07
lotuspsychjecreed: no LTS should be fine allright18:07
creedlotuspsychje: will try :) thanks for advice18:08
lotuspsychjeno sweat18:08
Kinokoteward: their commands are like ubuntu identical...don't denny ok?18:09
bazhangKinoko, stop asking for support here18:09
Kinokois posible to someone change my ubuntu hostname remotelly on the air?18:10
pokoilotuspsychje:hey, about the update, it is really slow now when on security.ubuntu.com18:12
pokoiis there anything else I can do to improve it?18:12
KinokoWhy the silence? If gogle does ubuntu does too18:12
bazhangKinoko, this is not an android support channel18:12
KinokoUbuntu phone room ? Pliss18:13
PiciThere is an #android channel18:13
Picior #ubuntu-touch18:13
PiciBut each only support just that18:13
pokoiI get "security.ubuntu.com vivid-secutiry/universe Translation-en" when apt-get update. What does that Translation-en means?18:13
agliodbsI need to write some sample upstart jobs for a service for 12.04 and 14.04.  I've looked at the upstart cookbook, but (a) it's like 400 pages and (b) I can't seem to find simple example service templates18:13
pokoiAnd that is really slow!18:13
KinokoPici: i will never get answers from who is affraid with all my asks18:13
agliodbscan anyone give me a link to some simple example service templates for upstart?18:14
KinokoPici: ubuntu phone room?18:14
PiciKinoko: #ubuntu-touch18:15
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jpooleanyone notice anything recently with ubuntu 14.04 guests on hyper-v?18:25
jpooleie, kernel panics.18:25
ioriajpoole, windows 10 ?18:25
usr13jpoole: Try different kernel?18:26
jpoolenot sure I don't know the host operating system, just know the host is hyper-v18:26
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jpooleall my esx hosts running the ubuntu guest are fine.18:26
ZigguratI am unable to compile the kernel I get scripts/Makefile.build:258: recipe for target 'ubuntu/vbox/vboxguest/VBoxGuest-linux.o' failed18:26
freewill_a19hi, how do I find out which version of llvm mesa is built against? I tried "ldd /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/mesa/libGL.so.1" but no luck.18:27
wldcordeiro_Asking here as well since it's more active.18:31
wldcordeiro_ Anyone here know how to disable HDMI audio? I have a sound system plugged into my line-in but Kubuntu keeps trying to use the monitor speakers rather than the line-in.18:31
bazhangwldcordeiro_, pulseaudio on there?18:31
bazhangwldcordeiro_, if yes pavucontrol padevchooser would be worth a look18:32
wldcordeiro_bazhang: Yeah it has it but every time I change the device in settings it's ignored18:32
bazhang!info paprefs18:32
ubottupaprefs (source: paprefs): PulseAudio Preferences. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.10-1 (vivid), package size 60 kB, installed size 541 kB18:32
bazhangwldcordeiro_, ^18:32
wldcordeiro_Oh I had to install pavucontrol and padevchooser but the pulseaudio server was installed odd.18:33
lakituhey #ubuntu18:34
lakituback in one sec with my question18:34
TJ-freewill_a19: "apt-cache showsrc libgl1-mesa-glx | grep '^Build-Depends' | grep -o 'llvm[^ ]*' "18:34
lakitualright - what i'm up to is correcting overscan on my 30" tv i'm using as a monitor, & catalyst has problems installing for some reason, so i'm looking to do this with xandr.18:40
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lakituhere's the output from "xrandr -q" - http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604508/ - but when try to do the commands someone in here told me, it has no effect: namely: "sudo xrandr --output DFP1 --set underscan on" & "xrandr --output DFP1 --set "underscan hborder" 35 --set "underscan vborder" 18"  ...18:42
lakituthe errors are "X Error of failed request:  BadName (named color or font does not exist)"  blah blah blah18:43
howudodatneed some help getting autologin working.  I have a desktop install 15.04.  I have set "systemctl set-default multi-user.target".  This prevents gmd from running.  so far so good.  The first thing I notice is that tty1 is unavailable (flashing cursor).  But I can login just fine on tty2-5  (all I tested).  Is this normal that tty1 is not available?18:45
lakitu(here's the full errors:  http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604538/ )18:45
lakituhow do i correct my tv's overscan with xrandr - i can't see stuff =)18:45
revealyou trying to extend it18:46
MonkeyDustlakitu  try arandr, a gui for xrandr18:46
lakituthe other weay18:46
lakitusounds like what i want18:46
lakituthanks MonkeyDust18:46
revealtry new mode too18:46
lakituthanks - let me try that18:46
lakitumm - ahi see =)18:47
revealand make sure to do xandr | grep maximum18:47
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EriC^^sometimes i'll be copying a file and it says input/output error, then all my home dir has a lock on it like it has the wrong permissions, then when i reboot it says checking disk for errors, found some, it does the same for a while then boots normally, what's up with that? is my disk dying?18:50
lakitumm, i can't adjust the overscan, etc with arandr18:50
EriC^^smartctl -a output http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604573/18:51
lakituEriC^^, time to crew all the cargo onto a safe drive, imo18:51
reveallakitu: if its telling you something doesnt exist is it a font18:51
zykotick9EriC^^: personally, i'd recommend having backups for sure. ;)18:51
EriC^^lakitu: it's a 2 year old laptop :/18:51
lakituEriC^^, mine just did this week, by chance18:51
EriC^^zykotick9: yeah i back it up to an external hdd i have18:51
lakitui guess it's 3 or 4 years18:51
lakitureveal, i don't get the font error18:52
nicomachuslakitu: xrandr should take care of the overcan... what's the issue?18:52
revealEriC^^: Error 22 occurred at disk power-on lifetime: 16461 hours (685 days + 21 hours)18:52
lakitunicomachus, hey -18:52
lakitui took those two commands & used them with adapted 'outputs', but for some reason it's not taking the output values / commands.18:53
EriC^^reveal: what's error 22?18:53
revealwhats the exact error you get lakitu18:53
revealEriC^^: thats your error on your paste18:53
lakitui did xrandr -q, saw my output (i thought) was called DFP1; put DFP1 where you had HDMI-0 or whatever, but it won't take18:53
EriC^^reveal: yeah, is the disk dying though?18:53
lakitureveal the full errors:  http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604538/18:53
revealpossible yes EriC^^18:54
lakitunicomachus, i suspect i'm using the wrong output name? here's my xrandr -q18:54
zykotick9EriC^^: smart isn't reporting dieing yet... but if you're getting i/o errors - it probably is...  thus my suggestion for backup ;)18:54
nicomachuslakitu: did you do --set underscan ON first?18:55
lakitu-- yes18:55
EriC^^ok, thanks reveal zykotick9 lakitu18:55
lakitugood luck EriC^^18:55
TJ-EriC^^: "Power-Off_Retract_Count" suggests the PC isn't cleanly powering off18:55
lakitunicomachus, full xrandr -q: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604508/18:56
DefunctProcesswhat is the lts channel?18:56
revealwhats xrandr -q18:56
EriC^^TJ-: oh, wow is that an actual count?18:56
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dumdedumshi, how can i check whether an external hard drive mounted on my system is ntfs or ext4?18:56
lakituquery or something, reveal -18:56
zykotick9DefunctProcess: you're in it.  no specific LTS channel (that i'm aware of)18:57
lakitulists outputs' info18:57
TJ-EriC^^: Yeah... its the count when the drive has to pull the heads back because power went away18:57
DefunctProcesszykotick9: ty18:57
reveallists it18:57
DefunctProcessdoes anyone kno why iftop doesnt create a .iftoprc and requires sudo?18:57
EriC^^TJ-: i usually shutdown normally though, and it turns off by itself18:57
revealdumdedums: mount18:57
EriC^^TJ-: maybe it's a bug of some sort?18:57
nicomachusoh my lakitu, CRT?18:58
lakitunicomachus, not sure why it says that haha - come to think of it, that's my 2012-ish acer flat panel . . .18:58
TJ-EriC^^: possible. Usually that count goes along with a definite noise when the heads are retracted as an emergency18:58
reveallakitu: what is dfp1?18:58
lakitunicomachus, else, if i could get catalyst to take (install) i could just use that.18:59
lakitureveal: the 30" tv18:59
EriC^^TJ-: oh, it doesn't make any sounds though18:59
lakitureveal: yeah18:59
nicomachusI gave up on catalyst. Did you try both those commands I gave you the other day?18:59
revealyou try aticonfig18:59
lakitunicomachus, right - see above. replaced your HDMI-whatever with DFP1, per xrandr -q.18:59
lakitugave those errors18:59
lakituhey nomic19:00
TJ-EriC^^: if you want to check that out. Boot and hold the PC at the GRUB menu, then hold the power button down to kill power... you should hear the drive do the emergency head retract. It's a recognisably different sound to any others a drive makes19:00
nomichi lakitu19:00
Bashing-omEriC^^: TJ- What up with " 187 Reported_Uncorrect      0x0032   100   100   000    Old_age   Always       -       339357007872 " Ouch !19:00
revealis the tv actuallt dvp119:00
EriC^^TJ-: ok cool19:00
EriC^^Bashing-om: what's that?19:00
lakitureveal, no -- & let me check19:00
reveallakitu: xrandr | grep DFP119:01
lakitu(no (to previous question) -- )19:01
TJ-EriC^^: The past overheating failure may have been responsible for many of the errors. You should monitor that carefully. I have a taskbar icon that can report drive temps19:01
lakitu& let me check the DFP1 thing19:01
EriC^^TJ-: i think that had to do with using win10 it was getting the temps sky high19:01
lotuspsychjeEriC^^: syslog and dmesg spit out IO errors on the drive?19:01
Bashing-omEriC^^: Got me .. but I "asssume" we are looking at the times that an error occured and could not be corrected ??19:02
TJ-Bashing-om: EriC^^ I suppose it's possible some of those values are random values, since the manufacturers aren't required to use any particular standard for raw values - only for the adjusted VALUE/WORST/THRESHOLD19:02
lakitureveal:  the dfp1 *is* the 30" tv19:02
revealok so it is correct when you grep it19:03
kinosukeHello, I installed ubuntu awhile ago and tried to troubleshoot my phone with it19:03
nicomachusok, lakitu, try this command: xrandr --output DFP1 --set underscan on19:03
EriC^^lotuspsychje: a quick grep gives this Sep 28 20:14:59 e kernel: [430771.396095] end_request: I/O error, dev sda, sector 12045299219:03
lotuspsychjekinosuke: ubuntu-touch?19:03
kinosukeThen i wanted to delete file at mnt19:03
lotuspsychjeEriC^^: sounds like bad news19:03
TJ-EriC^^: the power-on hours are 16709 and the last errors were 2 hours ago, according to the error log19:04
lakitunicomachus, did & did again now: same error (http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604538/)19:04
TJ-EriC^^: initiate a drive offline self-test19:04
kinosukeThat i created but it says its busy so cant be deleted19:04
nicomachuslakitu: that is not the command I just said to try.19:05
reveallakitu: is it hdmi its putting?19:05
kinosukeThen terminal stop functioninh19:05
EriC^^TJ-: smartctl -o -a /dev/sda ?19:05
Bashing-omEriC^^: https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/SMART_tests_with_smartctl#Viewing_the_Test_Results . Good info .19:05
nicomachusOh I see it now lakitu, sorry. Looks like the display name is wrong.19:05
kinosukeI restarted it but when it launch,terminal closes19:05
EriC^^Bashing-om: thanks19:05
kinosukeI cant also open firefox anymore19:05
kinosukeSo i restart but it stucked19:06
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revealtry xrandr --output DFP1 --off --output HDMI1 --set audio force-dvi19:06
kinosukeSo i just manually push my laptops power button19:06
lotuspsychjekinosuke: start from the beginning, ubuntu version, problem?19:06
lakitunico', ok19:06
lotuspsychjekinosuke: type your issue in one line also19:07
lakitureveal: me?19:07
reveallakitu: try xrandr --props19:08
nicomachuslakitu: how is your monitor connected? HDMI, VGA, DVI?19:08
lakitunico hdmi19:08
kinosukeThen when it boot it now says error: file '/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod not found19:08
kinosukeHow do i fix this19:08
lakituit's a early emerson 30" tv19:08
EriC^^TJ-: this is the output of smartctl -o on -a /dev/sda Sep 28 20:14:59 e kernel: [430771.396095] end_request: I/O error, dev sda, sector 12045299219:08
EriC^^sorry, http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604696/19:08
kinosukeIm using latest ubuntu lts19:08
lakitu(with hdmi's)19:08
reveallakitu: paste xrandr --props19:08
nicomachuslakitu: then that's the problem. You're using DFP1 when it should be HDMI-019:09
TJ-EriC^^: "smartctl -t long ..." then once the test is over "smartctl -l long ..."19:09
EriC^^TJ-: ok19:09
nicomachuslakitu: type exactly: xrandr --output HDMI-0 --set underscan on19:09
lotuspsychjeEriC^^: laptop still under warranty?19:09
reveallakitu: xrandr --output HDMI-0 --set underscan on19:09
revealtry that19:09
revealnicomachus: JYNX19:10
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kinosukeAnyone gonna help me?19:10
EriC^^TJ-: this is the output http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604707/19:10
EriC^^lotuspsychje: nope19:10
kinosukeI really need to fix this now19:10
nicomachus!patience > kinosuke19:10
lakitutried that too - doing it again, get same error, plus a new error line (first): warning: output HDMI-0 not found; ignoring19:10
lakitunicomachus  reveal19:10
nicomachusbah. Ok then, same thing, but do HDMI-119:11
lakitudid that too =)19:11
lakitui'll try again19:11
revealkinosuke: what is the issue19:11
revealnobody here is a mind reader19:11
TJ-EriC^^: "Please wait 194 minutes for test to complete." ... then you'll want "smartctl -l selftest ..." - might need to check the man-page, it's a while since I did that one19:11
kinosukeI post everything that i did19:11
reveallakitu: and what does xrandr --props say19:11
lotuspsychjeEriC^^: grab data backup while you still can :p19:11
nicomachuskinosuke: lotuspsychje gave you instructions and you ignored them.19:11
kinosukeYou guys dont pay attention19:11
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lakitunicomachus, same - but of course saying HDMI-1 not found, instead of -019:11
kinosukeI didnt19:11
EriC^^lotuspsychje: :D19:12
kinosukeHe ask whats the version of ubuntu i answered19:12
lakitureveal http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604715/19:12
lotuspsychje!patience | kinosuke19:12
revealkinosuke: fdisk -l find the part ubuntu is on then mount it and grub-install /dev/sda --root-directory=/mnt19:12
nicomachuskinosuke: and then he said start at the beginning and put it all on one line. We can't read 10 spaced out lines with 5 other people talking between them.19:12
kinosukeHe told me to say in 1 line my problem i cant do that19:13
nicomachuslakitu: ok, try it with VGA-0 then.19:13
kinosukeIts too long to say in 1 line19:13
jpoolethere's a list is there?19:13
jpoolelist of issues?19:13
ubottukinosuke: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/19:14
jpooleone of them, just an ubuntu one?19:14
TJ-!tab | kinosuke19:14
ubottukinosuke: You can use your <tab> key for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.19:14
revealkinosuke: http://askubuntu.com/questions/266429/error-file-grub-i386-pc-normal-mod-not-found19:14
revealhas your answer19:14
lakitunicomachus, mm, that's my other monitor - that one is connected by vga . . .19:14
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kinosukereveal i cant do that19:14
reveallakitu: whats DFP219:14
revealkinosuke: huh19:14
TJ-kinosuke: when you don't prefix your comments with the nickname of the user(s) you're 'speaking' to, its easy for them to miss your messages19:14
lakitunothing, not connected, nicomachus19:14
nicomachuslakitu: I'm seeing an HDMI (which should be HDMI-0) and a VGA. Just trying to cover everthing.19:15
EriC^^TJ-: i think it's doing it in the background right now? smartctl -t long gives this http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604732/19:15
kinosukeSorry i cant tab19:15
lakitunicomachus, i can, but i think it will just misalign my good monitor19:15
kinosukeIm on android19:15
kinosukeOk ill say again everything19:15
lakitunicomachus, i'll do HDMI, see if that works19:15
EriC^^TJ-: smartctl -l selftest gives this http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604720/19:15
TJ-kinosuke: "/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal.mod not found" means GRUB - the boot loader - wasn't correctly installed, or was installed to a different device19:15
lakitunicomachus: blargh "HDMI not found"19:16
revealkinosuke: http://askubuntu.com/questions/386467/error-file-grub-i386-pc-normal-mod-not-found-in-ubuntu-13-1019:17
reveallakitu: you try aticonfig19:17
TJ-EriC^^: Yes, because the test isn't completed yet. Check back in 3 1/2 hours :) Look at the "Lifetime" column, that's the power on hours when the test was done. You already know the drive is currently at 16709 so when the test is done you'll have another entry in the "-l" table19:17
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lakituwelp. that might be all the patience i have for this today, nicomachus, reveal19:17
EriC^^TJ-: ok, thanks :)19:17
lakitutake care - thanks for the efforts19:19
nicomachuslakitu: fyi, I don't remember the channel name but there's a channel just for xorg on freenode somewhere.19:19
kinosukeI installed ubuntu awhile ago then i tried something to fix my phone,then i try to delete file on mnt that i created and it wont delete,says its busy,then i restart terminal but it keeps closing,same with  firefox it won't open,then i restart but it stucked so i manually restart using power button,then when boot it says error :file '/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal mod' not found19:20
kinosukeIs my problem more clear now19:21
jpooleno, you rambled19:21
kinosukeSorry its hard to type in android19:21
jpoolecan you defined 'stucked'?19:21
kinosukeStucked means it wont do anything just hang19:22
* m3n3chm0 nasZ19:22
kinosukeSo what do i do now?19:24
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kinosukereveal TJ-  nicomachus help me please19:30
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kinosukeCant anyone help me?19:31
bahaakinosuke, what's the problem19:31
bazhangkinosuke, they asked for some info, have you given it yet19:32
kinosukeI did19:33
kinosukeScroll up19:33
MonkeyDustkinosuke  maybe ask again when you're at a pc, that's easier19:33
revealkinosuke: i gave you the URL for your issue and how to fix it19:33
MonkeyDustkinosuke  and people who just entered cannot scroll up19:33
bahaakinosuke, I had just entered few mins ago19:34
kinosukeHow can i ask in a computer,if my computer cant boot19:34
revealkinosuke: you are in grub rescue right19:34
bahaakinosuke, you can use bootable usb/dvd :)19:34
revealu most def can use livecd19:34
bindiHow can I change the scroll wheel "size"? As in, how many lines it scrolls. imwheel is not a proper solution, it breaks my scrollwheel at some pages..19:35
kinosuke I installed ubuntu awhile ago then i tried something to fix my phone,then i try to delete file on mnt that i created and it wont delete,says its busy,then i restart terminal but it keeps closing,same with  firefox it won't open,then i restart but it stucked so i manually restart using power button,then when boot it says error :file '/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal mod' not found19:35
bindiand I can't ctrl+scrollzoom for example19:35
jpoolethat's so much clearer.19:35
revealkinosuke: can you get to grub rescue or boot to livecd19:36
revealto use the solutions we gave you19:36
bahaabindi, reboot again19:36
kinosukeYes reveal im at grub rescue19:36
bindibahaa: what?19:37
bahaabindi, reboot the machine again from power button19:37
kinosukeWhat do i do inngrub rescue19:37
bindibahaa: why are you talking to me?19:38
bahaabindi, yes19:38
kinosukeWhat now?19:38
bazhangbahaa, thats not helpful19:38
bahaabindi, sorry i meant to take to kinosuke19:39
bahaakinosuke, http://askubuntu.com/questions/266429/error-file-grub-i386-pc-normal-mod-not-found19:39
kinosukeIm in grub rescue now what do i do19:40
Bashing-omkinosuke: How well do you know your system ? Do you know what hard drive and what partition that ubuntu is installed onto ?  With the correct info one can boot from grub .19:40
revealby any chancwe is your bios set to EFI secure boot or LEGACY19:40
EriC^^kinosuke: type ls -l19:41
revealsearch.file /i386-pc/normal.mod19:41
kinosukeI dont think my bios has efi secure19:42
EriC^^reveal: search.file doesn't take complete paths like search?19:42
kinosukeWhat do i type in grub rescue19:43
revealnot in grub resuce19:43
kinosukeI tried search.file it says unknown command19:43
revealat the grub> prompt19:44
EriC^^kinosuke: in grub19:44
kinosuke How do i go to grub19:44
revealoi vey19:44
kinosukeIt doesnt show me that option19:45
revealwhen you boot your computer and it asks you where to boot from with grub19:45
revealpress e19:45
EriC^^kinosuke: try ls -l and tell us about any ext partitions it lists19:45
wileeekinosuke, Have you outlined all that is on the computer and your install?19:45
kinosukeIt doesnt show that reveal19:45
kinosukeIt automatically show the error19:46
revealyour grub menu doesnt show when you reboot19:46
ioriakinosuke, under  error :file '/boot/grub/i386-pc/normal mod' not found    you have   grub >19:46
revealyou need to boot from the cd and do recovery mode19:46
cfeddemy mouse pointer is sometimes "invisible" on one of my monitors.  Seems almost random after login.  Does anyone have any ideas where I might look for clues?19:46
revealif this is a brand new install just start over and reinstall it save yourself the headache19:46
EriC^^kinosuke: type ls -l after grub rescue>19:46
kinosukeNo  ioria under error i have grub rescue>19:46
auronandacecfedde: when is "sometimes"?19:47
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kinosukeEriC^^: it says invalid filename '-l'.19:48
cfeddeauronandace: I've not been able to isolate it.  If I logout and login again the pointer may reappear.  I've discovered no pattern.19:48
EriC^^kinosuke: ok, you might be using uefi then19:49
EriC^^kinosuke: try ls19:49
ioriaEriC^^, how is going with your HD ?19:50
EriC^^70% remaining19:50
ioriaEriC^^, good like19:50
ioriaEriC^^, maybe they are logical erros ...19:51
kinosukeIt show (hd0)  (hd0,msdos6) (hd0,msdos5) (hd0,msdos2) (hd0,msdos1)19:51
iorianot physical19:51
EriC^^kinosuke: type ls (hd0,msdos1)/19:51
korsakof_cfedde: I don't know if it is similar to you, but when I connect a projector, sometimes the cursor is not shown on that second screen. I need to reboot to get the cursor..19:52
korsakof_cfedde: Maybe your second monitor is not well detected or early enough..19:52
kinosukeIt says unknown file system19:52
EriC^^kinosuke: try ls (hd0,msdos5)/19:53
cfeddekorsakof_: seems similar.  though logout/login seems to be enough.19:53
rookieHi I am getting a permission error when trying to pip install django. Pip is installed in a virtualenv in my home directory. How to check what is causing the error?19:54
revealdoes django require su for install19:55
korsakof_cfedde: do you know the tool xrandr? You can use it to list and reset your monitor at login time...19:55
kinosukeIt showed ./ ../ etc/ media/ n9/ dev/ home/ lib/ lib64/ mnt/  opt/ proc/ run/ srv/ sys/ tmp/ usr/ var/ .Trash-0/19:55
rookiewell I am logged in as the user whose home dir contains the virtual env19:56
rookieand the virtual env is activated19:56
revealand ls -alttr19:56
auronandacerookie: you do know python-django is in the repos..19:57
kinosukereveal is that reply for me?19:57
rookiebut all the tuts asked to not install django globally19:57
revealkinosuke: nope19:58
kinosukeEriC^^ what now?19:59
nicomachusreveal: this is why we tag users when something is directed at a specific person.20:00
korsakof_cfedde: here is an example with xrandr, from my display manager init file20:00
korsakof_cfedde: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12604989/20:00
EriC^^kinosuke: try ls (hd0,msdos5)/boot/20:00
kinosuke What do i do now?20:02
kinosukeFile '/boot'/ not found20:02
rookieokay apparently virtualenv assigned the owner of the folder to root . thanks @reveal20:02
EriC^^kinosuke: is it a fresh install?20:02
kinosukeFresh install what?ubuntu20:03
kinosukeYes i just installed latest lts ubuntu20:03
howudodatI am trying to get autologin to work.  I have done:"systemctl set-default multi-user.target" and can login on tty1-6 no problem.  I have set "exec /sbin/mingetty --autologin joanne tty2" in tty2.conf and installed mingetty.  but there is no auto-login20:04
EriC^^kinosuke: ok, reinstall ubuntu, but dont choose to reinstall in the installer, when it asks choose the Something else option at the bottom ( not reinstall or erase disk )20:04
JaglorEriC^^: Might /boot be on msdos2?20:04
EriC^^cause it will wipe your hdd and reinstall ubuntu20:04
kinosukeI still have the bootable usb20:04
EriC^^Jaglor: nah he's missing the dir it should be empty but on msdos520:04
JaglorEriC^^: I see.  you're right.20:04
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kinosukeI tried on msdos2 it says uknown filesystem also20:05
EriC^^kinosuke: ok, reinstall ubuntu, and choose the Something else option and use the partitions it created already ( set the mountpoint to "/" )20:05
kinosukeSo ill over write it?20:06
TJ-howudodat: 'tty2.conf' - do you mean "/etc/init/tty2.conf" ?20:06
kinosukeI have windows btw i dont want that overwritten20:06
Bashing-om!find libxfce4panel-1.020:06
ubottuPackage/file libxfce4panel-1.0 does not exist in vivid20:06
Bashing-om!find libxfce4panel-1.0 trusty20:07
ubottuPackage/file libxfce4panel-1.0 does not exist in trusty20:07
TJ-howudodat: OK, that explains it! Those are the Upstart init-system files. If the PC is using systemd those won't be touched.20:07
nicomachusBashing-om: http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libxfce4panel-1.0&searchon=names&suite=all&section=all20:07
auronandace!info libxfce4panel | Bashing-om20:07
ubottuBashing-om: Package libxfce4panel does not exist in vivid20:08
creedhello. I just installed 14.04 on a pc with geforce fx5200 and the gui is VERY slow. During installation it worked fine. When I did sudo apt-get update the pc crashed after locking the screen. any suggestions? top does not show any ram or cpu problems20:08
EriC^^kinosuke: ok, choose Something else when it asks what to do, and select the ext4 partition and choose mountpoint at "/" , the lower partition might be swap, after you install come back here to see if it's all good20:08
Bashing-omnicomachus: Thanks; was my next go .20:08
howudodatone of these days, I'll get the two figured out :(...is there a wiki for ubuntu that explains how to do it?  the only one I can find is for arch....20:08
TJ-howudodat: I think you'll need a systemd unit override/extra under /etc/systemd/system/ but not quite sure how you do it - I was looking at systemd handling of the ttys last week and unlike Upstart it seems to start ttys on-demand, rather than pre-starting20:09
TJ-howudodat: might be worth asking in #systemd20:09
wileeecreed, Had you checked the additional drivers tab in software & updates?20:10
wileeecreed, As well was in set to update with install?20:11
creedyes it was set to update on install and no I have not checked on the additional drivers (forgot about that. will reply in a minute)20:11
wileeecreed, I see info from one on missing driver and slowness is all.20:12
kinosukeEriC^^: i choose something else then choose ext4 partition then click check mark then use as ext4 then on mountpoint pick/ and uncheck format the partition?20:13
EriC^^kinosuke: leave the format option, what does it say about the partition below it?20:14
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akazakiIs it possible to extend or remove timeout for NetworkManager dispatch scripts?20:15
creedwileee: can I check from shell? The gui is too slow to open the softwarecenter :(20:16
kinosukePartition below ext4 is free space and sda6 is 1998 mb uknown20:16
EriC^^kinosuke: you have 2gb ram?20:17
wileeecreed, All yes, however not an area I can do more than google, with graphics, good help here now though. Is the hardware up to ubuntu is one other question, maybe a lighter de, or just the drivers is all.20:17
creedubuntu-drivers list gives me amd64 microcode20:17
EriC^^kinosuke: can you press on the desktop and press ctrl+alt+t and get a terminal?20:18
creedthe graphics adapter has 128mbram and currently 1gb ram :/20:18
kinosukeYes my laptop has 2gb ram20:18
kinosukeIt wont20:18
TJ-creed: I think you've hit a bug in ubuntu-drivers I fixed a few weeks ago, but hasn't been published yet. Can you show us "pastebinit <( lspci -nn )" ?20:19
kinosukeI pick install on the bootmenu of usb20:19
kinosukeI need to close install to click desktop20:20
creedpastebinit <( lspci -nn ) <-- thats the command to run from shell?20:20
creedlspci -nn?20:20
wileee!pastebinit | creed here some info20:21
ubottucreed here some info: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com20:21
TJ-creed: everything inside the double-quotes :)20:21
EriC^^kinosuke: try ctrl+alt+f1, then type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999920:21
kinosukeEriC^^: ?what now20:21
EriC^^give the link that it gives, then press alt+f7 to get back to the installer20:21
creedTJ- i will try :)20:22
creedin case i cannot: what is the important info? the output were like 10 lines20:23
TJ-creed: I want the line for the Nvidia FX GPU20:24
EriC^^kinosuke: ok, i think the 2gb partition used to be swap20:25
EriC^^kinosuke: if you're sure you don't have any info on it, then select it and choose use as swap20:26
creedvga compatible controller [0300] nvidia corporation nv34 [Geforce FX5200] [10de:0322] rev a120:26
creedI have 400 mb of ram left btw (if i can get it running the pc will receive additional 512 mb) y20:27
TJ-creed: Thanks. The bug I suspected isn't the cause of 'ubuntu-drivers list' not reporting a driver for that device. Let me do some other checks now we have its PCI Vendor:Product ID 10de:032220:28
auronandaceTJ-: what is the difference between "pastebinit <( lspci -nn )" and "lspci -nn | pastebinit"?20:28
kinosukeOk i use is as swap20:28
TJ-auronandace: nicer syntax; says up-front I want a pastebinit report :)20:28
kinosukeWhats next20:28
EriC^^kinosuke: click install20:29
k1lauronandace: some cant find the | on the keyboard :)20:29
TJ-auronandace: although I can also string multiple commands inside the I/O sub-process redirection too20:29
auronandacei like k1l's explanation20:29
creedjust installed pastebinit btw20:31
korsakofkjdsv98esfd: dont use ftp. Try VLC, or google hamgouts20:31
kinosukeEriC^^: ok please bare with me while its reinstalling20:31
EriC^^kinosuke: sure20:32
korsakofkjdsv98esfd: https://www.google.com/work/apps/business/products/hangouts/20:34
TJ-creed: I'm still researching the driver issue20:35
creedTJ: I wont go anywhere (maybe for a smoke)20:35
goddardwhy do i get this sometimes when trying to connect via ssh? ssh_exchange_identification: read: Connection reset by peer20:37
goddardif i keep trying it usually connects without changing anything20:37
korsakofkjdsv98esfd: best way I think: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/streaming.html20:39
MrCoCoHello, i'm having trouble getting Ubuntu 14.04 LTS to install on my desktop pc. Every time I try installing it wont connect to the internet, and I get a fatal error at the end of install the says something like "grub-install /dev/sda failed". Does anyone know how to fix this?20:41
cfeddekorsakof: that's interesting.   that might be the way to work arround this20:41
TJ-creed: Which release of Ubuntu are you using?20:42
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Jaglorgoddard: You can add '-v' into your connection request for additional details... 'ssh -v u@h'20:42
creed14.04 32 bit20:42
Jaglorgoddard: additional details 'ssh -vvv u@h'20:42
MonsieurBonIs there a way to concatenate two files in bash without using cat and redirection?20:42
tumblerhi guys20:43
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frendaMay you take a look at this 10-sec video: http://uploadkon.ir/fl/dd/76929 and let me know if there's an app for ubuntu to capture the screen by zooming in/out to the zone that the curser is20:44
Guest34402whats the best graphics card to buy for gaming on linux?20:45
TJ-creed: OK. The nvidia driver for that device is the legacy 173.14.39, I'm trying to determine why ubuntu-drivers-common package isn't offering that to you20:45
creedit troubles my mind how the installation could work and the installed system cannot. Thank you20:45
korsakofMonsieurBon: i'm curious, what wrong with cat and redirect?20:45
TJ-creed: does the system's Software Sources have the "Restricted" repository enabled?20:46
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Gnjurachi how to install vlc 2.2 i  just did sudo apt-get install vlc but i got 2.1 version with broken vlsubs now i want to install 2.2 so can i somhow sudo vlc2.2 or shoud i download deb 2.2 pacage from vlc site and first sudo apt-get remove vlc   ???????????/20:46
TJ-creed: I suspect that the installer doesn't require hardware accelerated graphics, but the Ubuntu Unity desktop does.20:46
MonsieurBonkorsakof, I can't use it in ansible in conjunction with sudo...20:46
TJ-creed: Right now I guess the driver in use is either the open-source nouveau, or the VESA driver20:47
Gnjuracanyone i need to do right wey20:47
creedcan I manually install the 173.14.39 driver maybe from any repo? thank you for the explanations btw.20:47
MonsieurBonkorsakof, the problem is, I'm trying to cat to a file that needs root permission to write to. So "sudo cat foo bar > foobar" will not work....20:47
auronandaceGnjurac: using a .deb file means you won't get any updates and may run into dependency conlicts20:47
wileeeGnjurac, There are a number of vlc ppa's take a look through, if it gets to that point.20:47
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository ppa:n-muench/vlc220:48
creedTJ-: Should I try this: http://linuxg.net/the-nvidia-173-14-39-legacy-drivers-for-linux-have-been-released-installation-instructions/ or wait for further suggestions from you?20:48
Gnjuracsomthing like this?20:48
korsakofMonsieurBon: maybe the command tee could help20:49
korsakofMonsieurBon: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/84882/sudo-echo-something-etc-privilegedfile-doesnt-work-is-there-an-alterna20:49
cfeddeMonsieurBon: creative use of sudo tee20:49
auronandaceGnjurac: you are free to use a ppa but we can't support them here20:49
auronandace!ppa Z Gnjurac20:49
ubottuauronandace: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)20:49
MrCoCoHey, i'm trying to install ubuntu 14.04 64 bit on my desktop pc. But, I can't get internet connection during install, and I keep getting a fatal error at the end that says "grub-install /dev/sda failed" Can anyone help me fix this? This is the first time i've had a problem like this. I've installed Ubuntu before on laptops with no problems.20:49
auronandace!ppa | Gnjurac20:50
ubottuGnjurac: 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-purge20:50
TJ-creed: if you can enable the Restricted Software Source that nvidia driver will be available automatically20:50
wileeeGnjurac, Get the address right, it will update or allow installs if needed and supported there. ppa:n-muench/vlc    is one20:50
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository ppa:videolan/stable-daily20:51
MonsieurBonkorsakof, cfedde, not sure that will work in ansible, but I'll give it a try. Thanks for the ideas and good night.20:51
Gnjuraci plan this it sound more offical20:51
Gnjuracjust 1 question how ubuntu knows what vlc to install if pacage same name?20:51
wileeeGnjurac, Ah I missed there was a vlc2 my bad, just be careful, run purge to clean what is there if needed.20:52
Gnjuracther is offical vlc from ubunto rep20:52
Gnjuracye i am atm purging autoremoving20:52
cruisibesareshey all I'm trying to make a preseed file for the ubuntu net install image. I have all the repackaging down. When I mount the iso its like it doesn't see the preseed file. I have something like this append auto=true priority=critical preseed/file=/cdrom/preseed.seed initrd=initrd.gz --- quiet20:53
Gnjuracbut my confusion is how ubuntu knows what vlc to install cuz ther is offical ubunto and vlc repo20:53
wileeeGnjurac, the package manager will pull the latest in your repo list.20:53
Gnjuracso it owervrites ubuntu vlc?20:53
Gnjuracfor apt-get install20:53
cruisibesaresI'm stumped i can't tell if the netboot disk has the facility to use the preseed file or what a great way to debug that is20:53
wileeeGnjurac, Yes to some extent configs will stay the same.20:53
Gnjuracok just wierd kinda20:54
korsakofMonsieurBon: thanks for taking ansible to my attention!20:54
wileeeGnjurac, Like a good cook the pckg man does it's best with what is there, IE dependencies lining up.20:54
creedTJ-: I enabled them. Should the driver now be found in the software center or can I install it via CLI ?20:55
Gnjuracye i know just thinked pckg man is stupit cant resolve name conflict20:56
TJ-creed:  in theory when you enabled it in the GUI, a background "apt-get update" was done, and the package info should now be in the "/var/lib/dpk/status" database, and "ubuntu-drivers list" should report it20:56
Gnjuracit installed again same vlc 2.1.620:57
wileeeGnjurac, Did you do an update?20:57
Gnjuracyes ofc20:57
Gnjuracsudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install vlc20:57
wileeeGnjurac, Lok in the ppa, generally the packages are released attached.20:58
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository ppa:videolan/stable-daily20:58
k1lGnjurac: apt-cache policy vlc20:58
Gnjuracsec i am autoremoving first to be sure20:58
quantsGuys can I ping a website with the terminal?20:59
k1lquants: "ping" is the command20:59
Gnjurac   2.1.4+git20150226+r54594+19+11~ubuntu14.04.1 021:00
Gnjurac        500 http://ppa.launchpad.net/videolan/stable-daily/ubuntu/ trusty/main amd64 Packages21:00
quantsIs that ping followed by the web address?21:00
Gnjuraci think i added some old repo its 2.1.421:00
k1lquants: yes21:00
Gnjuracthets why it istalled 2.16 again21:00
Gnjurachow to remove that repo21:01
k1lGnjurac: of course, as standard it uses the highes version number21:01
Gnjuracye i know i just thinked this sudo add-apt-repository ppa:videolan/stable-daily21:01
Gnjuracrepo is 2.2 or newer21:01
Gnjuracit seys daily21:01
Gnjuracbut probbably abandoned21:01
k1lGnjurac: please pastebin the whole output of "apt-cache policy vlc"21:02
Gnjurachere you go but i think i am right21:03
Gnjuraci added some ashol repo21:03
k1lGnjurac: its the highest in that ppa for 14.04: https://launchpad.net/~videolan/+archive/ubuntu/stable-daily?field.series_filter=trusty21:03
Gnjuracye but i need 2.2 minimum for vlsub to work21:03
Gnjuracand highest is offical as i see in my apt-cache policy vlc  2.1.4 is from ppa21:04
Gnjuracanywey how to remove this ppa i added21:04
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository ppa:videolan/stable-daily21:05
k1l!ppa-purge | Gnjurac21:05
ubottuGnjurac: To disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html21:05
Gnjuracthink i got it21:06
Gnjuracso now how to get 2.2version21:07
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media21:08
Gnjuraccan i chek21:08
Gnjuracthis repo21:08
Gnjuracfirst to see if it has 2.2?21:08
Gnjuracfound it21:09
Gnjuracgoogle ruls xD sorry for spam21:09
Gnjuracwhats difrence21:14
Gnjuracsudo add-apt-repository --remove ppa:mc3man/trusty-media21:14
Gnjuracand ppa-purge21:14
Gnjuraci read it21:15
quantsWhen I try and ping a website it just doesn't seem to work, help21:16
daftykinsquants: like what? what does pinging a domain define for you?21:16
creedTJ-: I tried installing the driver manually (did not display in list after add of repo) and it tells me that Im using the nuveau driver and shall disable it21:16
quantsWell I was expecting to receive relavent data on the website, IP address etc21:17
Gnjuracok cya21:17
Gnjuraci go watch fear the walking dead xD21:17
daftykinsquants: then you want 'dig' or 'nslookup'21:18
k1lquants: ping is a ping.21:18
MonkeyDustquants  try whois [website]21:19
quantsThanks daft daftykins  , monkydust21:19
abdoمفيش حد هناعربى21:20
EriC^^abdo: /join #ubuntu-ar21:21
TJ-creed Yes, that's what you want. Both drivers can't handle the same device :)21:21
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what_ifAm trying to install Ubuntu and the Nvidia drivers with 14.04 and 15.04. Both hang at boot after Nvidia drivers are installed.  Is this a known issue? Recommendations welcomed :)21:36
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elysium_Don't install the Nvidia drivers21:43
triplebdont install the noveau drivers21:43
TJ-what_if: Does the system boot in Recovery mode?21:44
triplebProblem: I install other desktops. choose openbox. loads onto a blank screen. Oops can get to the greeter but does the same thing - even if I choose a different gui from the dropdown. HelpMe!21:45
elysium_The Nvidia drivers just burn up your computer21:45
elysium_Anyone know of some good chats?21:46
triplebelysium, ouch. the nouveau drivers made the computer freeze. safe graphics mode worked. ubuntu 14.0421:46
what_ifTJ-: system boots to recovery mode, but hangs randomly on normal boot21:46
triplebelysium, irc.undernet  #seattle maybe21:46
elysium_What's the difference between freenode and undernet21:47
what_ifnouveau and nvidia drivers both cause a no-boot issue . PNY GTX 750 card21:47
TJ-what_if: is it a CPU freeze, or some process waiting endlessly? Does it 'hang' with the splash screen being displayed? If so, have you tried pressing Esc to send it away and show the console messages it is hiding?21:47
teward!offtopic | elysium_21:47
ubottuelysium_: #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!21:47
what_ifTJ-: the console message seems to hang at a slightly different place everytime, around "Stopping Sys V init support..."21:48
elysium_thanks teward21:48
what_ifTJ-: it seems to hang, no response after21:48
TJ-what_if: OK, so there may be something in the system logs to indicate the problem. Check in /var/log/ look at syslog kern.log and boot.log - you'll need to match the timestamps in the logs to the time the system hung21:49
Bashing-omtripleb: Have you tried booting to terminal, and starting "a" gui from that terminal ? Whle there, check that "YOU" own your /home direcory rather then 'root' .21:50
what_ifTJ-: booting off a pendrive and getting the logs :)21:50
TJ-what_if: what Ubuntu release is it?21:50
what_ifhave tried both ubuntu 15.04 and 14.04 : same behavior.21:51
Bashing-omEriC^^: Is your hard drive going to live to fight another day ?21:51
TJ-what_if: OK, but which is currently installed - I ask since the logging changed in 15.04 due to switching from Upstart to Systemd (which uses journald)21:52
EriC^^Bashing-om: :D let me check the test results21:52
EriC^^Bashing-om: 20% remaining :)21:52
Bashing-omEriC^^: Like a good cook, can not rush it !21:53
EriC^^Bashing-om: haha :D21:53
what_ifTJ-: is this a known issue? Is Nvidia supposed to work with with Ubuntu/unity? Maybe I have a bad video card also?21:53
TJ-As long as it delivers Pizza at the end!21:53
* what_if om nom nom 21:53
TJ-what_if: the drivers are supposed to work fine. That said, many people have issues with proprietary drivers for many reasons21:54
TJ-what_if: The usual problems are the closed-source drivers don't fully use the Linux kernel mode-setting (KMS) and Direct Rendering Interface (DRI) and that causes many unexpected failures that don't affect the open-source drivers21:55
what_ifTJ-: Ok, "supposed to work" gives me some incentive to keep going. Will clean install and take each step very slowly... am starting to think its my card... multiple OS's and driver versions... same issue...hmmm21:56
TJ-what_if: I'm using nvidia-340.76 to drive 3 GPUs on a laptop (one internal mobile, one external dual-GPU NVS-420) without problems.21:57
TJ-what_if: Is it a desktop or laptop? Which Nvidia model is it?21:57
what_ifTJ-: maybe I should try the 340 version. Started with the latest (352, then 346)   Is a GTX 750, desktop21:58
TJ-what_if: I'm on 340.76 since it is the most recent that supports both GPUs. You should use the latest available21:58
Bashing-omwhat_if: Nvidia recommneds the 352 version for the 750 card .22:01
what_ifBashing-om: will try that one maybe with 15.04, on 14.04 that was a no-working. Again... i'm suspecting my vid card after all this :/22:03
Bashing-omwhat_if: Terminal command ' sudo ubuntu-drivers list ' to see what drivers are available in the repo .22:05
tachibanahelp i am trying to load a backup i have saved from using AptonCD and the 'load' button22:09
tachibanaon the 'select the packages you want to restore from' menu , is not bring up no file browser22:10
fanfanhi everyone !!22:10
what_ifBashing-om: thanks :) will try a Ubuntu supplied driver first, thatd be most likely to work.22:10
what_ifTJ-: trying version 340, as I haven't that one yet. Fingers crossed22:11
daftykinstachibana: maybe just browse the media for the .deb's instead?22:11
what_ifthanks for the help :)22:11
tachibanadaftykins, i guess i will.. do you know a good backup utility that isn't aids like this one?22:12
fanfani'd like to know how can i change the text size on windows menus ?22:12
fanfanoh i'm using kubuntu22:12
daftykinsisn't aids? huh?22:13
tachibanadoes kubuntu have a quicklauncher?22:13
daftykinsaptonCD isn't backup at all in my view22:13
fanfanyes it does22:13
tachibanawhat would be best is a way to restore a backup from GRUB22:13
daftykinsyou should look into clonezilla maybe22:14
daftykinsimage up the entire OS, boot clonezilla liveCDs and restore22:14
daftykinswell, when i say entire OS - i mean image partitions or entire disks22:14
tachibanais that like a real linux distribution creator?:22:15
tachibanai must be searching for the missing link22:16
Bashing-omtachibana: "restore a backup from GRUB" Think our TJ- is working on that . Stay tuned .22:16
daftykinsit just images your existing installation22:16
tachibanais that right22:16
tachibanakubuntu is sounding sexy atm22:17
tachibanai feel like canceling this lubuntu install now22:17
tachibanalxde looks great and all butt, the menus are just categorized all wrong22:18
daftykinsif you're aiming for low resources, KDE is not your winner22:19
fanfani think that kubuntu has a real nice good looking22:19
k1lkde and gnome is to huge for low power hardware.22:19
tachibanaxfce4 was cool22:19
tachibanabut the menus were also organized innefeciently22:20
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Brian678Hey guys, I am running 15.04 on my chromebook, and I have just one slight problem. Bluetooth automatically turns on on wakeup, even if I had disabled it before closing the computer. It just keeps coming back on. Is there anyway to just completely disable bluetooth?22:34
kgirthofer_hello. My boot partition is full22:36
kgirthofer_df -h shows that /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root is 337 free22:36
kgirthofer_and book /dev/sda1 is only 236m22:37
kgirthofer_I need to resize22:37
kgirthofer_(512 ssd btw)22:37
Bashing-omkgirthofer_: Terminal command ' sudo apt-get autoremove' should remove the old no longer needed kernels and restore disk space ( if you are not at 100% capacity, to where there is no operating head room) .22:43
triplebProblem: I install other desktops. choose openbox. loads onto a blank screen. Oops can get to the greeter but does the same thing - even if I choose a different gui from the dropdown. HelpMe!  (sorry I cant find the answer. we are in here irl helping a guy install ubuntu)22:44
tripleboops, I got it back and am installing 15.04 so nevermind. (space girls is hungry but too busy)22:45
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superdroideris there a channel for android phones22:51
daftykinsno, because this is an Ubuntu support channel22:51
daftykinsandroid is not Ubuntu :)22:51
_denis_but there is the off-topic ch22:52
superdroideryou dont think i know that?22:52
k1l!alis | superdroider22:52
ubottusuperdroider: 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*22:52
daftykinssuperdroider: i would think if you knew that, you wouldn't ask in the wrong channel22:53
k1lread the bots message to do a search for channels matching your topic here on freenode22:53
superdroideri cant right now22:53
superdroideri need a channel name22:54
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daftykinssuperdroider: this is not your personal freenode directory.22:55
daftykinslook it up for yourself.22:55
superdroiderwow that is very rude22:55
owen1i try to use openvpn. i first move client.ovpn to /etc/openvpn and than run 'sudo systemctl start openvpn@client.service' but i get: Failed to start OpenVPN connection to client   any tips?22:57
owen1(ubuntu 15.04)22:57
daftykinsowen1: you need more files than that unless you made a single file profile22:59
owen1daftykins: oh. i just downloaded the client.ovpn file from the openvpn web interface23:00
daftykins'web interface' ? so their own service?23:00
daftykinsthere's a nice digitalocean guide on custom setups23:01
owen1daftykins: after installing openvpn you get a web interface where u can login and manage users etc.23:01
daftykinsoh i never used that one :) pure CLI server managed portion on ubuntu server here23:01
owen1daftykins: hardcode (:23:02
owen1so what files do i need other than the .ovpn23:02
daftykinswell that might have all the keys integrated, there must be some docs to check23:02
owen1daftykins: it say on the top:  Automatically generated OpenVPN client config file by openvpnas2...this config file contains inline private keys23:04
daftykinstime to read logs as to why it didn't start then perhaps, but maybe it's that you needed to put it in a subfolder of /etc/openvpn23:04
eurythmiaHi folks. I have a script to change my desktop background to a random image in a particular directory. I have scheduled this script to run once a minute (for testing purposes) via cron (*/1 * * * * "/path/to/script.sh"). I am running 15.04, and I see cron output in /var/log/syslog that indicates the script is being run, but the background is not changing. Any ideas?23:05
owen1i just moved it to /etc/openvpn is this not the case?23:05
daftykinsi think you might want to read say, page 1 of the docs ;)23:05
owen1daftykins: ahahhah what docs (;23:06
owen1https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OpenVPN ?23:06
daftykinsand that's the point where i walk away23:06
owen1or https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/openvpn.html23:10
cruisibesareshey all so I'm messing around with getting an preseed file into my mini.iso but for some reason it isn't grabbing anything from that file. If i put all the options in the kernel options line of the installer it seems to work. is there something i should know about the mini.iso and a preseed file?23:15
TechspectreIf I installed Ubuntu with / on SSD and /home on HDD, if I do a fresh install will my home directory be retained?23:18
_denis_what do you mean with "fresh install"?23:19
cfhowlettTechspectre, yes.  be careful not to format, be sure to point your partition at /home23:19
_denis_however... if you choose to install over ubuntu, yes23:20
Techspectre_denis_, boot from live disk and reinstall23:20
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_denis_there are lot of ways to install ubuntu23:20
TechspectreWell, right now Windows and Ubuntu are installed side by side on the SSD23:20
cfhowlettand of course ... backup first23:21
TechspectreBut if I just point to the same partitions for everything, I'm fine, right?23:21
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_denis_if you choose to overwrite ubuntu, you should be good to go23:21
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_denis_but backup23:22
TechspectreI'll format the / partition on the SSD23:22
Techspectrebut not format the /home partition on the HDD, just point to it23:22
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_denis_try doing it, you will see that there is an option that automatically overwrite your current linux23:23
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_denis_backup and choose that23:23
cfhowlett!home | Techspectre23:24
ubottuTechspectre: Your home directory is where all of your personal files are usually kept. For moving your home directory to a separate partition, please see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving23:24
TechspectreWell, all my files are backed up23:24
_denis_you should be doing backups even when the system works well23:24
TechspectreI don't want to back up my system files because I screwed things up23:24
_denis_i was talking about home23:25
cfhowlettsystem can be replaced.  data cannot23:25
_denis_if you have a backup overwrite ur linux installation23:25
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TechspectreThanks _denis_ , cfhowlett23:27
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_denis_just as an info23:27
_denis_yìyour partition will remain as they are23:28
_denis_system partitions will be formatted23:28
_denis_that's it23:28
_denis_that damn ubuntu 14.10+ doesn't work here23:30
_denis_maybe a bad video driver?23:30
TechspectreThat's definitely the way to do it every time. I'll do it the same way when I want to upgrade to 16.0423:30
daftykinsbtw putting your /home on the mechanical is going to slow things down a bit :)23:31
_denis_on this laptop ubuntu 14 IS THE ONLY DISTRO WORKING23:31
daftykinsi'd install fully to the SSD then symlink the media storage from the mechanical23:31
_denis_ssd space is expensive23:31
_denis_mechanical is not23:31
phunyguydaftykins: I can agree with that.  It is how I do it as well.23:33
daftykinsphunyguy: :D23:33
phunyguyworks for multiboot distros too23:33
daftykins_denis_: yeah but . folders for software configs aren't large23:33
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Huscuriananyone got a good link for dual bootng?23:37
wileeeHuscurian, what are the OS's you want to mix?23:37
HuscurianI wanted to do Windows 7 Ultimate and Ubuntu (wubi)23:38
wileeeHuscurian, wubi is not supported is all.23:38
HuscurianI did a wubi installation about this morning, did a reboot, found Windows 7 (recovered) and Ubuntu.23:38
ablest1980Huscurian, wwww.ubuntu-manual.org23:38
daftykinsno WUBI! don't do it! NEVER!23:38
HuscurianWhen I went into Ubuntu, it ended up doing "wubuilder.mbr corrupted or missing"23:38
HuscurianThen where can I find the best ubuntu OS?23:38
HuscurianWould it be Ubuntu GNOME?23:39
daftykinsyou already got it, just don't install it via WUBI :)23:39
ablest1980http://ubuntu-manual.org/ sorry23:39
allenchoateMy sound no longer works. In the sound settings no output devices are listed. When I try to change my sound in alsamixer the settings are reset.23:39
wileeeHuscurian, use the iso loaded to a usb or dvd boot and install.23:39
Huscuriandaftykins, then what do I install it as?23:40
daftykinsHuscurian: first off you're going to need to get rid of the WUBI install23:40
daftykinsthen get Windows 7 back to a state that's acceptable23:40
daftykinsafter that, *boot* an ubuntu DVD or flash drive, prepared from Windows by putting the downloaded ISO onto either form - and boot it23:41
_denis_read about fixmbr23:41
daftykinsthat's not what's wrong23:41
_denis_it works via win7 install DVD23:41
Huscurian_denis_ I tried that using Win 7 Install DVD23:42
_denis_after wubi is not going to start23:42
HuscurianIt never booted and asked for recovery.  It simply bypassed it and went back to Windows 7 without recovering it23:42
daftykinsso do you need to fix 7, or was it a clean install so you can just wipe it again?23:42
daftykinsbecause either way - fixing Windows up is a job for ##windows23:42
Huscurianwubi has been partitioned to X:\ whereas Windows 7 is operating OK as of where I am now23:42
HuscurianThere's no problem right now with Win 723:43
daftykinswell you have to remove the WUBI Ubuntu install23:43
_denis_oh, so u can start win7?23:43
HuscurianThat'll be Control Panel, Programs, Programs and Features, Add or Remove Programs23:43
daftykins_denis_: yes so please stop trying to help when you didn't even read the description :(23:43
Huscurian_denis_: Yes, I can.  It says "Windows (recovered)".  So pretty much it starts OK23:44
HuscurianI'll remove wubi and then reformat X:\23:44
_denis_than start it and remove wubi23:44
daftykinsX probably won't exist once you get rid of it :)23:44
_denis_via control panel23:44
daftykinsyeah that's what i was already saying - we don't need echos in here :)23:44
HuscurianX:\ does exist23:45
HuscurianI partitioned it myself.23:45
HuscurianBut Ubuntu wubi is gone now23:45
daftykinsoh so it's not related to the install, fair enough23:45
daftykinsnever used it you see due to how many problems it causes people23:45
_denis_have a party than23:45
_denis_wubi is gone.... time to drink!23:45
Huscuriandaftykins: I did it because partitioning it myself allowed me to split a drive and keep the OS.  The first install kept itself within the same partition, the primary partition.23:46
HuscurianAnd it worked but it requested the ROOT partition so I uninstalled it, partitioned to X:\23:46
Huscurian and now you see where my problem is23:46
daftykinswell none of that matters because you won't install Ubuntu on a Windows partition at all23:48
HuscurianOK, I'm going on the net to find me an Ubuntu OS that's bootable from the USB23:48
daftykinsyou already have one if you downloaded an ISO23:48
daftykinswhat did you download?23:48
_denis_just use netbootin23:48
HuscurianLet me check23:48
HuscurianHere's the file name23:48
daftykinsif you have a spare flash drive 2GB or larger, you can use Universal USB Installer from pendrivelinux.com to prepare it, or just burn a DVD-R23:49
daftykinsyeah that's fine then23:49
HuscurianI have a flash drive that I can use23:49
daftykinsthat's a yes then23:49
HuscurianI use it primarily for school but I can use it though23:49
daftykinsit'll be wiped so take anything off it you need23:49
_denis_it will be ok23:49
Huscuriandaftykins: thanks for letting me know.  I'll remove it before doing that.23:50
PudgePacketI want to add a program (link to custom emacs launch config) to my path, but I'm not sure where to put it, which of these is best? /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin23:50
_denis_you can use lili23:50
_denis_that way the content won't be deleted23:50
daftykins_denis_: you're just complicating things unnecessarily and causing a too many cooks situation here.23:50
_denis_I don't think using lili is so much complicated -.-23:51
_denis_it has even a nice gui23:51
daftykinsfor a new user any additional step is a big waste of time :)23:51
Huscurianbrb.  going to take off all my stuff23:51
_denis_you don't have additional steps -.-23:52
rap424PudgePacket: I like to put custom binary files in /usr/local/bin since that directory is usually empty23:52
rap424PudgePacket: or even create a bin directory to your home, and add that to your path23:52
daftykins_denis_: you can feel free to help any other user that's not actively being helped, that's the best way to do it... 1 per question asker23:52
_denis_I was just giving the user the option of saving time23:53
chanceCan someone help me our please?23:53
_denis_using one prog instead of another23:53
daftykinsyep and just confusing :)23:54
_denis_i may be help you23:54
PudgePacketthanks rap42423:54
daftykinschance: not until you ask something23:54
_denis_it depends on the question23:54
chanceI need help on how to install a driver for my graphics card. Last time I tried to do it, i had to reinstall Ubuntu because when I booted up my PC, it just showed a black screen.23:56
_denis_what gpu are you using?23:56
chanceASUS Radeon R7 260x23:56
_denis_fine, have you tried with the amd official driver installer?23:57
chanceYes. That's when I got the problem with booting up a black screen. I haven't tried it since.23:58
_denis_ok... what kernel version are you using?23:59

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