finetundra_Bashing-om: so now openbox will start, but only when the command xinit or startx is given. I still can't start from lightDM00:00
finetundra_Bashing-om: what am I missing?00:01
creepcan anyone tell me what is ACPI PCC probe failed00:02
Bashing-omfinetundra_: I do not run openbox. so no direct knowledge, but in the link see the section " Creating a Openbox/Gnome session " .00:07
finetundra_Alright, will do. Thanks00:08
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k_szeAmong http, ftp, and rsync access methods of apt mirrors, is any one recommended over the other?00:13
k_szeI'm guessing rsync would be most terse (and fastest) of the 3 protocols?00:14
EriC^^i think it's the slowest00:15
k_szeactually, does apt-get even support rsync?00:17
EriC^^i dont think so00:18
andy__My md5sum from my install of kxstudio on a usb does not match.00:19
k_szersync is just for synchronizing between mirrors and not for use by apt-get?00:19
wileeeandy__, What's that from?00:19
wileeeandy__, Ah, the usb load, you summed it?00:19
andy__wileee, That is from the usb I was trying to load earlier.00:19
andy__wileee, Yes I summed it.00:20
wileeeandy__, So you've checked the iso I assume?00:20
andy__wileee, Yes.00:20
zprochello, is there a chan for 15.10 or can i ask a question about it here?00:20
andy__wileee, The iso as a whole matches.00:20
wileeeandy__, Coo, good job, what app have you used to load the iso here?00:20
wileeezproc, #ubuntu+1 till release00:21
andy__wileee, I guess you mean cool.00:21
wileeeyes, lol00:21
Bashing-omzproc: 15.10 is #ubuntu+1 .00:21
wileeeI never coo00:21
andy__wileee, I used usb-creator-gtk to load the iso on the usb drive.00:21
zprocBashing-om: thank you00:22
wileeeandy__, Ah, did you make or are sure there is a fat32 partition?00:23
Bashing-omzproc: :) soon wily will be supported here .00:23
andy__wileee, Yes.00:23
andy__wileee, I formated the usb with a linux tool to create the Fat32 partition.00:24
NikeshI'm trying to investigate why my system hangs on shutdown/restart. I turned off the splash and I'm seeing 'mount: / is busy' as the last thing.. http://i.imgur.com/2Cnc4EA.jpg Any ideas?00:24
wileeeandy__, I have gone as far as using gparted to make a new table and partition just to be sure it's clean, not sure why the onboard is having issues, partition has to be big enough as well.00:24
andy__wileee, I don't think that is the issue.00:24
EriC^^Nikesh: try stopping unneeded services maybe00:25
andy__wileee, I tried booting it on a computer with UEFI, and it would not load.00:25
wileeeandy__, I would try another from pendrivelinux.com the error you've shown has many possibilities from installs to live iso's, at this point a good boot is what I would go for.00:26
andy__wileee, The md5sum said that grub.cfg is missing.00:26
andy__wileee, Would that be something that a bios would do?00:27
NikeshEriC^^: `sudo stop X` ? and how do I know which are unneeded?00:27
zprocyeah, it's the 20 right?00:27
andy__wileee, Would it remove the grub.cfg file?00:27
zprocBashing-om: the 20 right?00:27
wileeeandy__, means nothing to me on a iso load, chasing errors on an iso, if summed out bad is like chasing a unicorn.00:27
EriC^^Nikesh: type service --status-all00:27
EriC^^Nikesh: like ssh, apache etc, whatever you have that you dont need00:28
Bashing-omzproc: I have not seen a release date to this tim for 15.10 .00:28
andy__wileee, I guess it would be like burning a CD and having errors there.00:28
EriC^^Nikesh: sudo service <service> stop00:28
zprocDo the flavors will be released at the same time that Ubuntu?00:28
zproc(oops sorry for my bad english)00:28
wileeeandy__, Good analogy yes, iso is good, you need a good sum on a usb at the least.00:28
wileeezproc, Some flavors no, they are used all across linux.00:29
wileeeoperating systems00:29
hamzahello, i want to ask a specific Xorg question, i want to offload to Nvidia GPU while using a display connected to Intel integrated output00:30
wileeezproc, The flavors ubuntu provides however are as up to date at least at it's release time.00:30
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wileeethat vague enough, heh00:31
hamzaI want to use offloading as a substitute of bumblebee00:33
hamzabecause bumblebee renders using the discrete GPU in a seperate Xorg instance, and uses a virtualgl bridge to send frames back, this hogs performance00:34
andy__wileee, What is the difference in using a program to create a bootable usb and just copying the files from the iso on th usb?00:34
wileeeI thought there were newer options00:34
andy__*err, on the usb?00:35
wileeeandy__, I see people often using dd to do this, not something I do, but that is just moving it to the usb without a partition is all.00:35
EriC^^andy__: did you checksum the iso?00:36
andy__Do they expand the iso before copying it?00:36
andy__EriC^^, Yes.  It passed.00:36
EriC^^andy__: try to dd it00:36
EriC^^just sudo dd if=/path/to/iso of=/dev/sdX bs=4M && sync00:37
wileee+1 andy__ follow that ship00:37
EriC^^give it the usb disk name not the partition00:37
andy__Hold on.  Let me format it first.00:37
EriC^^no need00:38
andy__Unless I don't have to?00:38
wileeethanks EriC^^ I never do this and know what a mistake does, heh00:38
EriC^^np wileee :)00:39
wileeegood help is great in other words00:39
DeathDealeranyone herew00:54
inteus!ask | DeathDealer00:54
ubottuDeathDealer: 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 !patience00:54
DeathDealeryeah why wont a .run file run even in sudo terminal ?00:54
EriC^^DeathDealer: what file is it?00:55
DeathDealerupdated version of warzone 210000:56
EriC^^DeathDealer: if it doesn't need sudo, don't use sudo with it00:56
DeathDealeri set executable00:56
DeathDealerand nothing00:56
DeathDealereither way00:56
DeathDealerin gui and terminal00:56
EriC^^type file /path/to/.run00:56
DeathDealereven if my current dir is the one its in ?00:57
EriC^^then just type file <run file>00:57
DeathDealerfile instead of ./ ?00:58
EriC^^file bla.run00:58
DeathDealerit has been years since i last messed with linux00:58
DeathDealerand then it was only shell accounts for MUDs00:58
DeathDealeronly the second system i've ever installed it on00:59
DeathDealerbtw any suggestions for a decent cross-platform linux/windows RTS games with multiplayer?00:59
andy__I seem to remember warzone 2100 being on the list of games available on Linux.01:00
curiousxDeathDealer: search in Steam about RTS games01:00
DeathDealeryeah but i cant update to 3.1.2 because im a moron01:00
DeathDealercant get steam to install01:00
andy__DeathDealer, Try typing apt-cache search games01:01
curiousxDeathDealer: why is that ? any error that you could paste ?01:01
atompowerthere you are deathdealer01:02
DeathDealeron a guest account on this system right now so no but hold on and i'll have my roommate log back in..... its his laptop but i do all the work on it....01:02
DeathDealerhold up01:02
NathanielHillTrying to install Ubuntu on my Asus X205TA, keyboard works at grub menu but doesn't work in installer. Any grub options I could try setting? Using the minimal iso01:03
andy__EriC^^, How can I see the progress of dd without disturbing the program?01:04
curiousxandy__: sudo apt-get install iotop ; sudo iotop01:04
andy__Nevermind.  It just finished.01:05
atompowerAndy use pipeviewer01:05
atompowerYou have to use it when you start dd though01:05
curiousxandy__: pipeviewer aka "pv" command :p01:06
andy__atompower Thanks.01:06
Yonderinghm.  ok, anyone able to enlighten me as to why ctrl:nocaps doesn't seem to be working in 15.04?01:06
andy__atompower You are pretty fast at finding the answer to my question.  You must have referenced that question on Ask before.01:07
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atompowerNah. I just had the same problem last week.01:08
curiousx!pt | erinaldo01:09
ubottuerinaldo: 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.01:09
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easyOnMeGood morning everyone01:09
oletuscoHello, someone speaks Spanish here01:09
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easyOnMeI need help about this:01:10
easyOnMeFetched 936 kB in 12s (74.8 kB/s)01:10
easyOnMeW: Failed to fetch http://mirror.nus.edu.sg/ubuntu/dists/trusty-updates/main/binary-i386/Packages  Hash Sum mismatch01:10
Bashing-omNathanielHill: BIOS option is "IOMMU Controller" ? Set it to "Enabled". Plug and play OS, enabled . // Maybe yes ?01:11
andy__oletusco, Try loooking for the spanish ubuntu channel, if you want to talk about Ubuntu in Spanish.01:11
NathanielHillBashing-om: No BIOS, it's 32-bit UEFI01:11
andy__!es | oletusco01:12
ubottuoletusco: 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.01:12
NathanielHillBashing-om: not many options either01:12
oletuscoThank, but i don'n know other server01:12
Bashing-omeasyOnMe: Here larely the niiros are having a bor of a problem seems like. Wait 'til tomorrow and try again . Just had that experience.01:12
andy__md5sum: WARNING: 2 computed checksums did NOT match01:13
oletuscoThank, my english is very bad01:13
easyOnMeBashing-om: oh so this is not my ubuntu download setup problem at all01:14
Bashing-omeasyOnMe: It can be .. but .. one can delete the control files and reload . But I do suggest to wait and see if your mirror syncs up . Mine did .01:16
Bashing-omeasyOnMe: If you are using a GUI, it is pretty easy to change the mirror; see if that fixes thre issue .01:17
DeathDealerhey im back01:24
DeathDealeri need to know how to compile warzone2100 3.1.201:25
substaticAnyone here familiar with UEFI boot sequence? Having an issue making a bootable USB run correctly01:25
DeathDealer i need to know how to compile warzone2100 3.1.201:26
freerider66set weechat.look.eat_newline_glitch off01:26
substaticDeathDealer, make install?01:26
DeathDealerdoesnt work01:26
substaticWhat error are you getting?01:27
curiousxDeathDealer: /j #warzone210001:27
DeathDealer*** No rule to make target 'install'.  Stop.01:27
DeathDealer3rdparty/      config.h.in     COPYING.README  macosx/       tests/01:28
DeathDealeraclocal.m4     config.log      data/           Makefile.am   tools/01:28
DeathDealerAUTHORS        config.rpath*   depcomp*        Makefile.in   win32/01:28
DeathDealerautogen.sh*    config.sub*     doc/            missing*      ylwrap*01:28
DeathDealerbuild_tools/   configure*      icons/          pkg/01:28
DeathDealerChangeLog      configure.ac    install-sh*     po/01:28
substaticDid you apt-get install?01:29
YonderingWould anybody here have experience using xmodmap to remap ctrl/caps in 15.04?  ctrl:nocaps in /etc/default/keyboard doesn't seem to be working.01:29
curiousxDeathDealer: http://developer.wz2100.net/wiki/CompileGuideLinux01:29
substaticDeathDealer: Did you run ./configure prior to running make? Have you tried running ./autogen.sh?01:30
curiousxYondering: if you can't find any help here, then: /j #xmonad01:30
Yonderingcuriousx, thanks.01:31
DeathDealerno automake01:31
YonderingHmm.  seems to work for login sessions, but xfce seems to be reverting it somewhere.01:31
curiousxYondering: np, i'm makin' my way into "bspwm" :D good luck with xmonad :)01:32
curiousxYondering: sry i can't help you "bspwm" will be my first tiling WM and i'm just reading its repo on github -.-01:34
DeathDealerhey what does Requires installation of untrusted packages mean ?01:34
DeathDealerand how do i bypass that01:34
curiousxDeathDealer: i send you a link with a full guide plus suguestions for fixing possible errors at compiling, did you see the link ?01:35
DeathDealerno was afk01:36
curiousxDeathDealer: http://developer.wz2100.net/wiki/CompileGuideLinux01:36
DeathDealerwtf does Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11: Resource temporarily unavailable)01:40
DeathDealerE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?01:40
DeathDealer mean ?01:40
curiousxDeathDealer: means you have "apt" running or "software center" that's cuz you get that eror01:41
DeathDealerwould software updater cause that01:42
curiousxDeathDealer: wait for them to finish its job, thenm run one of them at a time01:42
nelson_necesito alguien que hable español por favor y conozca ubuntu01:43
curiousx!es | nelson_01:43
ubottunelson_: 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.01:43
dupingpinghi everyone01:47
dupingpinghow can i become a ubuntu member?01:48
bindihow can I list (with terminal) all the available login .. eh, sessions? I don't know the proper term so I can't google (like Gnome, Ubuntu, KDE)01:48
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bindihm, they are sessions! /usr/share/xsessions/01:49
bindinow how can I start X in another virtual terminal with a specified session, automatically?01:50
bindiI know 'startx -- vt6'01:50
Dumle29any reason that the sound, using media keys, stop at "100%" and not the actual 100% that I can slide it to in the sound control panel?01:51
DeathDealerwhat does ./autogen.sh && ./configure && make01:51
DeathDealer mean01:51
Dumle29Ubuntu 15.0401:51
Dumle29I mean, it shoudln't even do anything to the volume of the signal, it's the optical output01:51
DeathDealer./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied01:51
DeathDealerwhats that mean ?01:51
Dumle29DeathDealer: Uhhh01:52
DeathDealerwhat does ./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied mean01:52
Dumle29DeathDealer: That whatever is on line 2157 of the configure script wasn't permitted01:53
bindistartx steam-bigpicture -- vt6 <- now, how to do this automatically? :P01:53
DeathDealerwhich means what01:53
Dumle29DeathDealer: Exactly that01:53
Dumle29DeathDealer: Line 2157 of that script was not permitted to run.01:53
DeathDealerok let me rephrase that HOW DO I FIX ./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied01:53
Dumle29DeathDealer: Without showing us the contenets of the configure script, we can't know anything else01:53
Dumle29what are you even trying to configure?01:54
Dumle29Oh you are trying to compile a program.01:54
Dumle29bindi: I think the info here could help you: https://www.reddit.com/r/archlinux/comments/2l1xcp/how_could_i_boot_directly_into_steam_big_picture/01:56
cfhowlett!details | DeathDealer : trickle clues >>> trickle solutions.01:56
bindiDumle29: not raelly01:57
taseAnyone have experience with Ubuntu Desktop as a media pc (netflix, youtube) ?01:58
Dumle29bindi: Nah I just browsed through it. Lemme look on :)01:58
DeathDealerok im confused the doc only has 1341 lines AND 2167 nor 2157 are anywhere01:58
binditase: netflix wont work01:58
Dumle29bindi: Sure it will?01:58
Dumle29Just use chrome, not chromium01:58
bindiI thought it was completely out of the question01:59
Dumle29chrome has a DRM plugin built it01:59
pksadiqDeathDealer: Does the folder contain a file named `autogen.sh'?02:00
Dumle29bindi: Do you want to start steam in bigpicture mode on boot?02:00
wafflejocktase: wouldn't call it a media PC really but I use my laptop for regular desktop stuff like watching youtube or netflix02:00
bindiDumle29: I already have a session for steam bigpicture02:00
bindi/usr/share/xsessions# ls02:00
bindignome.desktop  steam-bigpicture.desktop  xbmc.desktop02:00
Dumle29bindi: So what was it that you wanted to do?02:00
cfhowletttase, www.mythbuntu.org02:01
bindiDumle29: start that session in tty6 when user logs in to xbmc session (tty7)02:01
DeathDealeri ./autogen.sh already02:01
DeathDealerthen i ./configure && make02:01
DeathDealerand it gives the ./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied02:01
Dumle29bindi: Oh. Yeah I'll take a pass on that :/02:02
Bashing-omdupingping: A place to start : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Membership/NewMember .02:02
pksadiqpost the config.log at paste.ubuntu.com and give us the url02:02
pksadiqDeathDealer: ^^02:03
DeathDealerbrb in like 45 minutes02:06
DeathDealergotta make a run02:06
DeathDealeri'll be here02:06
poeehow do  I play hevc in smplayer02:11
itaiHello can someone help me out?02:18
Bashing-om!ask | itai02:19
ubottuitai: 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 !patience02:19
itaiIm new to linux/Ubuntu and after downloading something I cant seem to find an executable so how do I run something i just downloaded?02:20
andy__Can you type the name of the program that you installed in a comand terminal?02:21
cfhowlettitai, you "downloaded" something? best practice is to install via the software center.02:22
wileeeitai, Not often you would download, what is it?02:22
itaiIt was just a Rar opener and how do i get to the software center?02:22
andy__itai, I guess you didn't say you installed it.02:23
andy__Itai the software center should be in the menu on the left.02:24
andy__Itai I can't describe what your menu looks like because I am using Xubuntu.  I am guessing that you are using standard Ubuntu.02:24
itaiok now im installing RAR from the software center. I'm using Ubuntu Mate02:25
andy__itai Congradulations.02:26
andy__I am glad you found the software center.02:26
cfhowlettitai, avoid "downloading and installing" stuff for best results.02:27
andy__I was never able to get Mate to install.  It looked like such a good version of Ubuntu.02:27
itaiThanks. I feel like a genius. So downloading just makes things hard.02:28
evanionHello, Where can I see the generated user information for a MaaS provisioned machine?02:28
cfhowlett!anual | itai,02:28
cfhowlett!manual | itai,02:28
ubottuitai,: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/02:28
Abewhen I installed kubuntu I crypted my home folder I think... or the hole partition I don't remember. how can I change the password for the crypted Partition... ?02:29
cfhowlettitai, you might also find www.fullcirclemagazine.org/downloads helpful.  start with issue #0, read to #101 and you'll be a certifiable ubuntu genius.02:29
andy__cfhowlett, I was thinking that if he just learns about apt-get from the manual, it will be enough.  That magazine looks very interesting, too.02:32
andy__bye yall02:33
itaiWhat is the best app for mounting an ISO?02:37
Abehttps://www.eff.org/files/images_insert/ubuntu_crypto1.png can you change PASSWORD? I still know it but I wanna change02:38
cfhowlettitai, terminal.  command would be mount foo.iso02:38
bazhang!info gmountiso02:38
ubottugmountiso (source: gmountiso): This is Gmountiso, a PyGTK GUI to mount your cd images. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4-0ubuntu4 (vivid), package size 14 kB, installed size 137 kB02:38
Abesorry https://www.eff.org/files/images_insert/ubuntu_crypto2.png02:38
OerHeksAbe, start Disk Utility, select the encrypted partition. Click Change passphrase.02:40
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NathanielHillAny idea on grub options to try if my keyboard doesn't work in the installer?02:50
OerHeksNathanielHill, select live mode with your mouse, and try gedit/libroffice/terminal02:52
OerHeksif it works, it should work in the installer too, what keyboard? ps2/usb/bt02:52
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DeathDealerok im back02:55
DeathDealeranyone ?02:56
DarkAliceI need someone who can help me simplify things.. I was given a pc with Zorin 10 and I have no idea how to use this OS and want to convert to win02:56
cfhowlettDarkAlice, you have to ask zorin.  only ubuntu support here.02:56
DarkAliceBUT it tells me i need to have drive formatted for ntfs and they read system and logical02:56
DeathDealer./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied02:56
DeathDealer./configure: line 2167: config.log: Permission denied02:57
DarkAliceOh sorry f02:57
bazhangask in the zorin channel DarkAlice02:57
OerHeksDeathDealer, what is that? care to tell us more about it?02:57
bazhangDeathDealer, give us a synopsis Here02:57
Abehello can somebody help me I have a question02:57
cfhowlett!ask | Abe02:57
ubottuAbe: 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 !patience02:57
DeathDealertrying to install warzone2100 3.1.202:57
DeathDealeralready ./autogen.sh02:57
bazhang!info warzone210002:57
ubottuwarzone2100 (source: warzone2100): 3D real time strategy game. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1.1-1ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 1281 kB, installed size 3811 kB02:57
DeathDealerbut when i ./configure && make it says02:57
AbeI need to change Password of LVM encrypted HDD02:58
bazhangwhats wrong with the repo version DeathDealer02:58
DeathDealer./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied02:58
DeathDealer./configure: line 2167: config.log: Permission denied02:58
DeathDealerwont launch02:58
bazhangso install from ubuntu repos DeathDealer02:58
DeathDealerwont install02:58
DeathDealerso i went this route02:58
bazhangwhat are the exact errors DeathDealer02:59
DeathDealerwhen i try to ./configure && make i get this error02:59
DeathDealer./configure: line 2157: config.log: Permission denied02:59
DeathDealer./configure: line 2167: config.log: Permission denied02:59
DeathDealerso i posted the config.log02:59
AbeI know the Password but I need to change it02:59
bazhangDeathDealer, the install from repos error not the compile errors02:59
OerHeksAbe, start Disk Utility, select the encrypted partition. Click Change passphrase.03:00
DeathDealerok then help me tell me what to type03:00
cfhowlettDeathDealer, "ain't nobody got time to read all that!"   at least point to the line with the error message!03:00
bazhangsudo apt-get install warzone2100  DeathDealer03:00
utu8ois Google's Chromebook using Ubuntu or something?03:00
Abehow do i find out which Sda is encrypted?03:00
cfhowlettutu8o, chromebooks use chrome ...03:01
bazhangutu8o, chromeOS03:01
utu8owhy would they not just use Ubuntu instead of ChromeOS?03:01
cfhowlettutu8o, ask google about that.03:01
bazhangask them utu8o03:01
utu8otrying to take marketshare from Linux and Windows using Intel CPUs or something?03:02
cfhowlett!ot | utu8o,03:02
ubottuutu8o,: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!03:02
DeathDealerbazhang sudo apt-get warzone came back with E: invalid operation.03:02
Mirodroidits google's laptop os... ask google why chromebook's dont run android instead03:02
bazhangits not on topic here utu8o03:02
bazhangDeathDealer, you forgot install03:02
utu8oyou can't even install Ubuntu on a Chromebook, Google locked it out03:02
DeathDealersudo apt-get warzone2100 came back E: Invalid operation03:02
cfhowlettutu8o, OFF TOPIC in this channel.  go to #ubuntu-offtopic03:03
bazhangutu8o, thats not on topic here please stop03:03
DeathDealeridk im about to give up03:03
bazhangDeathDealer, sudo apt-get install03:03
phionathere has been no updates to 14.04 for some time now. is this normal?03:03
bazhangDeathDealer, you did not include install03:03
NathanielHillOerHeks: Mouse doesn't work either, it's an Asus X205TA03:03
cfhowlettphiona, current release is 14.04.303:03
utu8oDeathDealer, you should put "install"03:04
cfhowlettphiona, open a terminal: sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade03:04
DeathDealeralready did that03:04
AbeOerHeks: Do you mean Gparted???03:04
bazhangDeathDealer, you left off install  try again03:05
DeathDealeri did03:05
bazhangDeathDealer, pastebin the terminal command and the exact error for us to see03:05
OerHeksNathanielHill, uh oh, there is a long forumpost about your machine .. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=225432203:05
OerHeksAbe, no, disk utility, type disk in dash and the tool should show up03:06
NathanielHillOerHeks: Yes I know, and I was looking forward to installing a custom bootloader and kernel03:06
NathanielHillOerHeks: but, my keyboard doesn't even work immediately after the grub menu03:06
OerHeksNathanielHill, maybe the next ubuntu 15.10 works OOTB ..03:06
NathanielHillOerHeks: I'm using the 15.10 iso03:07
NathanielHillOerHeks: stuck on the install language menu03:07
OerHeksNathanielHill, if that post (maybe start reading from the end) gives no solution, then i am out of clues :-(03:07
phionawhy does the flashplugin-installer upgrade take sooooo long?03:08
OerHeksNathanielHill, maybe use an external usb keyboard?03:08
bazhangDeathDealer, thats the compile, not the install from repos that we asked for03:08
AbeOerHeks: Can I try with sudo cryptsetup luksAddKey /dev/sda3 ?03:08
NathanielHillOerHeks: not available atm03:08
DeathDealerits a different release all together not just an update03:08
Abesudo cryptsetup luksRemoveKey /dev/sda303:09
OerHeksAbe, never tried the comandline with luks, maybe someone else here knows?03:09
DeathDealeri have 2.1.4 i need 3.1.2 thing is thewre is no "update" its a whole new client03:09
bazhangDeathDealer, sudo apt-get install warzone2100  in terminal  pastebin that exactly and the errors03:09
Abecuz I found this on Google: http://askubuntu.com/questions/109898/how-to-change-the-password-of-an-encrypted-lvm-system-done-with-the-alternate-i03:09
DeathDealerbazhang it doesn't work that way03:10
bazhangDeathDealer, yes it does03:10
bazhangDeathDealer, you have not yet shown us the errors when using that exact command03:10
DeathDealerno it doesnt its a new client not an update i already have 2.1.4 http://paste.ubuntu.com/12813933/03:11
OerHeksAbe, it might work, it has a green sign, that means verified.03:11
bazhangDeathDealer, what version of ubuntu are you on03:11
* OerHeks loves askubuntu03:11
DeathDealerlive disk install03:12
DeathDealerdidnt label it03:12
bazhangDeathDealer, what version03:12
DeathDealerI DONT REMEMBER03:13
inteuschill dude03:13
bazhanglose the caps DeathDealer03:13
bazhanglsb_release -a    DeathDealer03:13
cfhowlettDeathDealer, attitude won't help you here03:13
bazhang2.1.4 is ancient03:14
AbeOK it says when I type in new Password "No key available with this passphrase."03:14
bazhang!info warzone210003:14
ubottuwarzone2100 (source: warzone2100): 3D real time strategy game. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1.1-1ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 1281 kB, installed size 3811 kB03:14
bazhang3.1.1 is in the latest release of ubuntu03:14
DeathDealeri need cross platformability thats why i need 3.1.403:14
AbeOerHeks: what Disk utility are you talking about ? I dont have it I use Kubuntu!03:15
DeathDealeri have a windows machine running 3.1.203:15
bazhangDeathDealer, you should not have 2.1.4 with that version of ubuntu03:15
DeathDealeridk my ubuntu software center is glitchy as hell03:15
DeathDealerhad a hard time installing as a matter of fact03:15
bazhangDeathDealer, 3.1.1 is the version you should have with that release of ubuntu03:15
OerHeksAbe, oh, you might want to reask in #kubuntu .. not sure how it is called03:16
DeathDealeri know what i compiled was 2.1.403:16
DeathDealerbut now this wont compile03:16
bazhangDeathDealer, dont use usc, install from the command line03:16
OerHeksAbe, and next time, tell us you use kubuntu03:16
DeathDealertrying to remember how to do all of this03:16
phionawhy does the flashplugin-installer upgrade take sooooo long?03:17
bazhangDeathDealer, we gave you the exact terminal command to install the latest stable of warzone03:17
AbeWell Kubuntu is almost the same03:17
slow_hello, can anyone help me setup an l2tp vpn via Ubuntu 15.04 Server VPS03:17
cfhowlettphiona, it just does.  be patient.  stop asking.03:17
slow_i'm having trouble finding an updated tutorial03:17
DeathDealerand this is what happened03:18
bazhangDeathDealer, is that compile error one again03:18
DeathDealerbut its not compatible over multiplayer with anything...03:18
slow_hello, can anyone help me setup an l2tp vpn via Ubuntu 15.04 Server VPS03:18
slow_i'm having trouble finding an updated tutorial03:18
Abesudo cryptsetup luksAddKey /dev/sda303:19
AbeEnter any existing passphrase:03:19
AbeNo key available with this passphrase.03:19
DeathDealerno this is the sudo get-apt install warzone210003:19
DeathDealerapt-get rather03:20
bazhangask every 20 minutes or so DeathDealer03:20
bazhangif someone knows they will perhaps help you DeathDealer03:20
OerHekshmm nice, a recent tutorial for warzone2100 3.1.2 on their site is infected03:23
OerHeksno, https://betaguide.wz2100.bla bla bla03:23
bazhangnice spot03:23
OerHekschrome says so03:24
bazhangeven more reason to get the repos version03:24
OerHeks4th entry: https://www.google.nl/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=ubuntu%20build%20warzone2100%203.1.203:24
OerHeksthat is the same error you get03:25
OerHeks5th entry is infected03:25
OerHekscrappy beta 3.1.2 .. wait for a fix, deathdealer03:26
slow_hello, can anyone help me setup an l2tp vpn via Ubuntu 15.04 Server VPS03:27
slow_i'm having trouble finding an updated tutorial03:27
Abeok now I need to change sudo password03:28
bazhangwhats wrong with the old tutorial slow_03:29
bazhang!password | Abe03:30
ubottuAbe: 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/StrongPasswords03:30
slow_bazhang: how would i start the process of key generation? it shows "here is an example of "var file" and continues on with the tutorial03:32
slow_export KEY_COUNTRY="US"03:32
slow_export KEY_PROVINCE="CA"03:32
slow_export KEY_CITY="SanFrancisco"03:32
slow_export KEY_ORG="Fort-Funston"03:32
slow_export KEY_EMAIL="my@myhost.mydomain"03:32
bazhangslow_, ask in #ubuntu-server03:33
brijithHey Guys, my home PC I don't have a mouse connected to it. How can I control mouse pointer using keyborad03:35
brijithHey Guys, my home PC I don't have a mouse connected to it. How can I control mouse pointer using keyborad. I tried the option in universal access. But mouse pointer is not showing up in the screen.03:38
brijithHey Guys, my home PC I don't have a mouse connected to it. How can I control mouse pointer using keyborad. I tried the option in universal access. But mouse pointer is not showing up in the screen.03:38
brijithHey Guys, my home PC I don't have a mouse connected to it. How can I control mouse pointer using keyborad. I tried the option in universal access. But mouse pointer is not showing up in the screen.03:40
bazhangpatience brijith , every 15 mins or so not every two03:41
bindibrijith: is your numlock on?03:45
brijithbindi: No03:46
bindiwell turn it on03:46
brijithbindi: still I am not seeing mouse pointer..03:47
bindidid you try pressing the numpad buttons?03:47
brijithbindi: is really require a mouse  connected to see the mouse pointer in the screen03:48
OerHeksbrijith, solution: https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/mouse-mousekeys.html03:48
bindinumlock needs to be off anyway apparently :p03:48
OerHeksworks, just tried it. ( use the arrows to navigate )03:48
brijithOerHeks: But in my screen pointer is missing03:49
OerHeksand use space to activate on/off03:49
OerHeksit will appear03:49
OerHekselse buy a mouse.03:49
brijithOerHeks: lol03:50
OerHeksuniversal access is standard, so it is your lucky day03:51
brijithOerHeks: I have two but not with me right now.. :(03:51
OerHeksnever leave the house without your mouse.03:52
brijithOerHeks: universal access is enabled but don't know u mouse pointer is not appearing.. Should I logoff and login again and see if it appears03:52
OerHekshmm that might do the trick.03:53
brijithOerHeks: let me see03:53
OerHeksbrijith, or open terminal: ctrl alt T : sudo service lightdm restart03:54
brijithOerHeks: ok03:55
brijithOerHeks: now mouse pointer has came. but not moving04:15
putroapakah disini pengguna ubuntu semua ?04:17
Spiderputro this is the english channel https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList << see that list for Ubuntu for your language.04:21
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RNevillehello, everyone, when my computer boots I get an error, but can't read it, running ubuntu 140404:25
RNevilleis there a file I could read that would tell me the error on boot?04:26
LatrodectusRNeville: did you just install the os?04:26
RNevilleno, I installed about a month ago04:26
Latrodectusand it's been working fine until now04:26
RNevillecomputer seems to run fine, but I am gettting something that isn't "ok" when booting04:27
Latrodectusoh, well there are log files that you can read04:27
RNevillemy computer is "still" working fine, but I would like to read the error message I'm getting at boot04:27
RNevilleit might be the bios telling me I have a hardware error04:27
LatrodectusRNeville: http://askubuntu.com/questions/91286/how-to-see-log-to-find-a-boot-problem04:27
RNevillethx Latrodectus04:28
LatrodectusRNeville: have you recently changed the hardware?04:28
RNevilleno, but I have a bluetooth dongle that isn't working well, so it might be that!04:28
Latrodectusand you get the message in boot?04:29
Latrodectusis it for a wireless keyboard or mouse?04:30
BayanganIs unity 8 ready for desktop?04:32
RNevilleLatrodectus, it was the boot.log file I wanted to view04:33
LatrodectusRNeville: well glad to help04:33
RNevilleno, it is a generic bluetooth dongle I use for a wireless headset Latrodectus04:33
RNevilleLatrodectus, this maybe be the error I was seeing: Skipping profile in /etc/apparmor.d/disable: usr.bin.firefox04:35
RNevillealso Latrodectus getting this boot error: exportfs: /etc/exports [1]: Neither 'subtree_check' or 'no_subtree_check' specified for export "".04:37
RNevilleRecently tried to setup NFS, so probably this was what was causing my boot error I noticed04:39
Latrodectusmakes sense, atleast it's an easy fix04:41
RNevillehopefully, Latrodectus04:41
RNevillenot keeping me from booting, for sure04:41
Latrodectusquestion is there a way to edit a lxde panel from a config file, if so where is said config file... (running lubuntu lts, and yes i asked at #lubuntu already)04:43
antonio_I installed virtualbox yesterday...and just installed the guest additions.  Still can't USB to work.  What do I have to do?04:47
Latrodectusantonio_: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox/USB04:48
Carl_MillerWhere does Ubuntu store compose key sequences?04:50
Carl_MillerBecause I need to change Compose - y from the yen sign to y-macron, and similarly for its uppercase equivalent04:50
LatrodectusCarl_Miller: have you read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ComposeKey04:51
antonio_latrodectus: That didn't work.  No USB devices are appearing in Virtualbox04:55
Latrodectusantonio_: does everything else work in the vm?04:56
antonio_yeah..pretty sure04:56
antonio_When I plug in my device...it appears in linux..but not in the virtual xp running in Vbox04:56
Latrodectusantonio_: what kind of device is it?05:01
antonio_This is the issue I'm having https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=6892005:01
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antonio_Its a brainwave mind machine...just need to access the internal storage to edit some files05:01
antonio_Its telling me "No USB Devices Connected"05:02
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Latrodectusantonio_: what is the filesys on the usb?05:02
antonio_How can I figure this out?05:02
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thechaon ubuntu how can i create an openvpn?05:04
antonio_latrodectus: Its also happening with my gf's phone.  Can't access any USB devices on it.05:04
thechawho is your gf?05:04
antonio_techa: the girl that is locked up in my basement05:05
thechano I mean who is she?05:05
thechalike what's her name05:05
antonio_The woman I sleep with05:05
thechacan you tell Pam i said hi?05:06
antonio_um...sure I guess I can05:06
thechathanks man05:06
antonio_she said hi05:07
Latrodectusantonio_: i'd say use gparted to check what kind of filesystem the storage drive is05:07
thechaask her how she's been over the years05:07
antonio_"I remember him as one pump chump...ask him hows he doing"05:07
jkskdnHello folks.  I'm trying to install (dual-booting) 14.04 w/ win8, and I keep getting the same error message.  So far I've been following all the community guides, but I'm wondering if I'm trying to install the bootloader to the wrong partition.  Will it cause a problem to set the target to dev/sda1, the EFI partition?05:07
thecha"still selfish with the love...otherwise good"05:08
Latrodectusjkskdn: what's the error message?05:10
jkskdnLatrodectus, The 'grub-efi-amd64-signed' package failed to install into /target/. Without the GRUB boot loader, the installed system will not boot.05:11
jkskdnlatrodectus, so far I have sda6 partition for the linux install, and 5gb of swap, and I've been trying to mount the bootloader to sda6 as well05:12
Latrodectusjkskdn: did you verify that iso that you downloaded was intact?05:12
Fahrenhe17hey guys, i have a question, help me please. I found patch for synaptic touchpad (speed asymetrical (horizontal faster than vertical)), but dont know how to apply this for my system? Here is the patch http://patchwork.freedesktop.org/patch/12839/05:12
jkskdnlatrodectus, using the "check disc for errors" from the grub (live) boot, it said it was okay.  I'll double-check the md5 now...05:14
LatrodectusFahrenhe17: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=771087 but change the path's to match your patch...05:15
LatrodectusFahrenhe17: so you would need to cd to the path of the file that you are patching, and then patch it with the file you downloaded05:17
Fahrenhe17Latrodectus: ty, i got it, but i dont know, what file i have to patch05:18
Latrodectusah, give me a minute05:18
Fahrenhe17ty very much05:19
Fahrenhe17in usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/ i have only .conf files, i think, i dont think, that i'm on right way05:21
LatrodectusFahrenhe17: i still haven't found the exact location but i found this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticsTouchpad05:23
Fahrenhe17Thank u! I would read and try to fix everything! Ty again :)05:24
jkskdnlatrodectus, still working on it...05:25
slow_http://paste.pound-python.org/show/cuOsa5X1l0zzKgAWFLWN/ can someone help w/ this?05:31
jkskdnlatrodectus, md5sum is ok05:33
Latrodectusslow_: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=158302805:34
Latrodectusslow_: http://forums.openvpn.net/topic9208.html (newer)05:34
Latrodectusjkskdn: it halts during the install process right05:35
jkskdnyeah and then I get that error message saying the install failed05:35
Latrodectusjkskdn: can you try a different usb?05:36
jkskdnbefore I go down that route, can I ask - is there a standard way to pick a target for the bootloader?  the whole dev/sda?  The same as the rest of the linux install (sda6, in this case) ?05:37
Latrodectusjkskdn: there should be; because servers...05:38
Latrodectusjkskdn: idk but i found this... http://askubuntu.com/questions/126541/how-to-manually-install-boot-loader05:39
Latrodectusjust be careful05:40
jkskdnLatrodectus, which solution were you proposing I follow?  I have seen the advice elsewhere to ry creating a small partition at the end of sda, but I didn't know if that should be merged with the efi05:45
jkskdnLatrodectus, I guess not  since I can't change the size of the efi partition, sda105:46
Latrodectusjkskdn; info on efi partition https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EFI_System_partition (if you are into lite reading)05:49
Latrodectusjkskdn: are you replaceing an exsisting windows os?05:50
Latrodectus(did you disable secure boot and "quick start" (idk the name))05:51
jkskdnyes, definitely05:51
jkskdnlatrodectus, not replacing, trying to dual boot05:53
Latrodectuswell then idk05:54
jkskdnlatrodectus, do you think this sounds correct?  "In Linux, a single partition can be both a boot and a system partition if both /boot/ and root directory are in the same partition."05:58
Latrodectusjkskdn: that sounds legit05:59
itaiIm trying to install something from the software center, and there is something that says Applying changes and the green loading bar doesn't seem to move. Is this normal?05:59
Latrodectusitai: how is your internet connection?05:59
jkskdnI think that does answer something important then.  I shouldn't need to send the bootloader to a different partition then...05:59
Latrodectusjkskdn: that would solve your problem, try it out06:00
itaiLatrodectus: i think its alright, not the best06:00
f0xtr0t-qwerty-khi everyone06:01
jkskdnI'll try, but that's precisely what I had been doing before I began looking for other options :p06:01
Latrodectusitai: what else are you doing on your pc while you are installing the software?06:02
jkskdnlatrodectus - actually, I think intead I've figured out WHY it's failing, the way I've been trying...06:02
Latrodectusthe more you know...06:03
jkskdnLatrodectus, it's because windows insists that there be a boot and a system partition, and so maybe I do have to cram the linux boot onto the part where the ms boot is already...06:03
Latrodectusjkskdn: that is what you normally have to do, and then you have to rebuild the windows bootloader06:04
jkskdnso I'm back to where I was in terms of trying to figure out if I aim my boot,oader for sda1 if it'll create massive problems.06:04
itaiLatrodectus: I'm not doing anything else. What is the Applying changes mean06:04
Latrodectusitai: unpacking and cleaning up06:04
slow_Latrodectus: i'm still having the same problem, cant find a tutorial that helps06:05
itaiLatrodectus: Does it usually takee a long time?06:05
Latrodectusitai: depending on the program and hardware it can take seconds to hours (hours is rare)06:07
Latrodectusslow_: what exactly are you trying to do?06:08
slow_Latrodectus: setup a VPN to connect to on my OVH vps on any choice of OS, i was trying w/ ubuntu and couldn't connect06:08
Latrodectusslow_: and you setup the group for the vpn right?06:10
slow_Latrodectus: when i try and setup via addgroup nogroup i get group already created06:11
AbeIs there a way to get a Pc controller working in Wine?06:11
Abeand does it only work with xbox360 controller06:13
Latrodectusslow_: did you bring down the computer's ethernet/wifi and then restart it?06:14
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jkskdnLatrodectus, I see you're busy but I'd like your take on a page I just found when you have a second06:14
jkskdnLatrodectus, http://askubuntu.com/questions/219514/where-to-install-bootloader-when-installing-ubuntu-as-secondary-os06:15
jkskdn--- and check out these lines : "06:15
jkskdnHere's an example that could help you out:06:15
jkskdnInstallation type06:15
jkskdnUnder "Device for boot loader installation":06:15
Latrodectusjkskdn: use a service like pastebin to paste more then 3 lines...06:16
Latrodectusjkskdn: you should read this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBoot06:17
f0xtr0t-qwerty-khi everyone i was hoping you could help me with something silly06:18
LatrodectusAbe: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Xbox360Controller06:18
f0xtr0t-qwerty-ki have an ubuntu desktop which had some issues with lightdm06:18
f0xtr0t-qwerty-kwhich i thought was an opporutiny to move to gnome. So now i moved to gnome like a month ago but i just noticed that i can't change my wallpaper06:19
f0xtr0t-qwerty-kany ideas?06:19
LatrodectusAbe: http://wiredrevolution.com/ubuntu/setup-the-ps3-bluetooth-controller-on-ubuntu (ps3 controller)06:19
f0xtr0t-qwerty-kin the settings the image i set to be my wallpaper shows up in a small preview but my actual wallpaper doesn't change06:20
Latrodectusf0xtr0t-qwerty-k: try killing nautilus06:21
jkskdnAlright, going to try something else, thanks for the help06:22
Latrodectusjkskdn: np06:23
Latrodectusf0xtr0t-qwerty-k: also this might help http://askubuntu.com/questions/84130/how-do-i-theme-the-nautilus-background-image06:27
Latrodectus^actually disregard that; i'm tired...06:28
Latrodectusi know right...06:28
f0xtr0t-qwerty-kit's alright Latrodectus06:29
f0xtr0t-qwerty-ki understand06:29
Abewell I have an normal USB controller its actually Thrustmaster xD and it's working with Ps2 emulator fine just "Wine don't want to use it ingame06:30
AbeBut I see the Controller in "wine control"06:31
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Abehttp://www0.xup.in/exec/ximg.php?fid=13597933 But not working ingame06:34
DirksonHey all. Not an ubuntu person, asking for a friend - He's running 14.04 and needs libprotobuf-c1, but can only find -c0. Any ideas for the easiest way to fix that?06:37
emcan someone tell me tl;dr, I have LLDB, I've checked the official site, and just can't get it. So I type in the terminal lldb, then I'm guessing I'm in "lldb" mode because anything I type is within the lldb environment. So if I have a compiled C code called test.out, how do I debug it?06:51
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Guest72840Hi, how can I try an icon pack on LiveUSB? I can install normal way because the ISO (I mean the LiveUSB) is read only06:57
wileeeGuest72840, This from the ubuntu repos and you want kit there on a reboot?07:01
Guest72840wileee: No it's from a website and I'd like to try without reboot.07:02
wileeeGuest72840, should be something the software center can run, or you can unpack and use.07:03
emcan someone tell me tl;dr, I have LLDB, I've checked the official site, and just can't get it. So I type in the terminal lldb, then I'm guessing I'm in "lldb" mode because anything I type is within the lldb environment. So if I have a compiled C code called test.out, how do I debug it?07:03
emanybody familiar with the LLDB debugger?07:03
schultzaHaving problems with my ubuntu wireless and intel 5100 card07:03
schultzawill not stay connected07:03
wileeeGuest72840, While running you can add to the OS, you just need a persistence setup to save it after shutting down.07:04
Guest72840I have 3000MB persistence set07:05
Guest72840wileee: I'm stupid I forget that I don't have to put in usr/share/icons I can put it in user/.icons as well which is writeable07:07
schultzaI have an Intel Pro/Wireless 5100 AGN {Shiloh] on Ubuntu 14.04.3 Trusy Tahr and it will not stay connected. How do I fix this?07:08
emwhy is nobody helping07:11
Miriana-TorHello I am an Italian girl, and I love to do sex in all ways, visit my site http://mirianator.altervista.org/07:11
emsuch a simple question07:11
baizonem: well that isnt a ubuntu question, this is a lldb question07:12
embaizon: so where do I ask it? Besides, what debugger do people use? Ubuntu is just an oS.07:13
emLLDB used in ubuntu as well07:13
auronandaceem: LLVM guys would know, find their channel07:14
auronandace!alis | em07:14
ubottuem: 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 http07:14
ubottuDual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot07:15
emhm... your alis didn't return anything for lldb07:16
baizonem: so youre asking wrong then07:16
auronandaceem: it isn't my alis, LLDB is under the LLVM project07:16
SpiderHey guys. Can you do a dual boot from ubuntu, or do I have to install windows first and then Ubuntu?07:16
embaizon: I've given the parameters: alis list lldb07:16
baizonem i got 6 results07:17
embaizon: yeah thanks, I'm already on their channel07:18
baizonem: ok nice07:18
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pmaxkhi to all..07:41
blb17497oh, somebody alive, I thought something's wrong  with my irc client07:42
pmaxkme to..07:43
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pmaxkhow thinks going..?07:44
baizon!offtopic | pmaxk07:44
ubottupmaxk: #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!07:44
Seveasblb17497: it's an irc client, thus software, thus made of bugs. So there *is* something wrong with your IRC client :D07:45
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blb17497I've written it myself07:45
Seveasso it'll have even more bugs :P07:46
pmaxkubottu be polite....07:46
Seveasubottu: please tell pmaxk about yourself07:46
ubottupmaxk, please see my private message07:46
pmaxkubottu itesting an android irc client07:50
ubottupmaxk: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:50
pmaxkso i can not. read...pm07:51
pmaxkanyway...bb to all07:52
blb17497best begards?07:52
blb17497no, it's best bishes07:56
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lalloki mi darebbe una mano08:12
EW1LNпривет рускоязычным, если тут есть такие08:21
* salmoh 08:26
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TopGearHey guys, is there someone with a Dell Precision M4600 here?08:41
Ben64TopGear: ask your actual question08:42
TopGearBen64, It's a rather specific question. I was wondering whether it is possible or not to turn off the Quadro card altogether in the BIOS, because Bumblebee doesn't really work with the card, so I have read.08:44
Ben64bumblebee is outdated, nvidia-prime is the way to go08:44
TopGearBen64, It is? I wasn't aware of that at all. Here I am, faithfully installing Bumblebee on my Asus with a 540M, every time I mess up again -_- Thanks for the heads up, I've got some Googling to do.08:46
Ben64TopGear: its included with ubuntu now, it should automatically be installed if you have the internet connected during installation08:47
TopGearBen64, Included since which version of Ubuntu is it included? 14.10?08:49
Ben64at least 14.0408:49
TopGearBen64, That's odd. My laptop did not switch to the Intel-card automatically. It kept on using the nVidia card until I installed Bumblebee. I just checked my list of installed apps and nVidia-prime indeed was not installed.08:53
cfhowlettTopGear, I have Nvidia prime.  you must manually switch.  same for optimus perhaps.08:54
TopGearcfhowlett, That could very well be. I just read that installing nvidia-prime is as easy as "sudo apt-get install nvidia-346 nvidia-settings nvidia-prime". I can tell you, Bumblebee was way, way more work to get working in 15.04.08:55
cfhowlettit was indeed just that easy, TopGear.08:55
TopGearI feel so stupid now... Thanks for the heads up guys. This will probably make installing any Linux-distro with nvidia-prime in its repositories much easier.08:57
roxluHey! I've installed ubuntu server and the cmake package; but it installed vesrion 2.8 but that one in ancient. Why don't I get the latest cmake version?08:59
cfhowlett!newest | roxlu08:59
ubotturoxlu: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.08:59
MonkeyDustcfhowlett  i was typing that, you're lightning fast!09:00
roxluLol okay :)09:00
cfhowlettMonkeyDust, it's all in the wrist, my friend.09:00
roxluI'm wondering though, why I get cmake 3.x.x on another ubuntu install both based on ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS09:01
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TopGearcfhowlett, Is there actually any real difference between nvidia-346 and nvidia-346-updates?09:04
cfhowlettTopGear, I've never read enough of the details to know.  gimme a minute09:04
cfhowlettTopGear, for what it's worth:  http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/12816081/   http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/12816083/09:08
TopGearcfhowlett, As far as I can see, there are no very big differences.09:13
cfhowlettTopGear, agreed.09:13
TopGearExplains why I didn't notice any difference. Thanks for the info!09:14
cfhowletthappy2help!  TopGear09:15
zolI have UFW enabled for port forwarding, but am trying to figure out how to allow incoming connections for Deluge on my router and forward them to my internal machine that is running the Deluge client. Anyone got any ideas how the command for ufw would look like? "sudo ufw allow from any port 6880:6890 to port 6880:6890" ?10:29
anonymous_tosaurHi there10:32
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cfhowlett!test | b3NI10:44
ubottub3NI: Testing... Testing... 1. 2.. 3... ( by the way, remember that you can use /join #test )10:44
b3NIworking :)10:45
Banjooie...does anyone know an IRC channel where I might get help with Tinyfugue?10:49
MonkeyDustBanjooie  type /msg alis list blah10:50
Banjooie...Which, regrettably, gives zero results.10:50
BanjooieI'm just having a bizarre issue ever since I changed out my laptop keyboard where it only accepts input for the first second it's plugged in, but no other program reports any issues with the keyboard.10:51
BanjooieTinyfugue does, that is.10:51
MonkeyDustand what's tinyfugue?10:52
BanjooieIt's a telnet client that runs in terminal.10:52
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MonkeyDustguest-G6KJxx  this is ubuntu- support11:10
guest-G6KJxxhijos de puta que mierda seca es esta11:10
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kubast2Hey ,how can I make android device work with adb ?11:14
kubast2Bus 002 Device 006: ID 2207:001011:15
MonkeyDustkubast2  how is that ubuntu related?11:16
MonkeyDustkubast2  this is ubuntu support, not android support11:17
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yellabshello all11:32
yellabsis there a channel for ubuntu phone ?11:33
ubottuInformation about the Ubuntu Touch platform for Phone and Tablet is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch . Support and discussion in #ubuntu-touch11:33
pmaxkHi to all...11:34
pmaxkanyone here....?11:37
cfhowlett!ask | pmaxk11:37
ubottupmaxk: 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 !patience11:37
MonkeyDustpmaxk  this is ubuntu support, ask your question11:37
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pmaxkOh just testing my irc connection....11:39
guntbert_Who4m1: Do you have an ubuntu support question?11:42
ibouI read something about special repos for the LTS versions. Talking to someone?11:43
ubottupaulpatta: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».11:44
Ben64ibou: what11:44
ibouBen64: i dont remember where but i saw a list of special repos for LTS11:45
MonkeyDustibou  what kind of special repos?11:46
ibouMonkeyDust: different adresses that the traditional ones for update security etc11:48
ibouMonkeyDust: different adresses than the traditional ones for update security etc11:48
MonkeyDustibou  maybe this site helps you remember what you read ... https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Security11:49
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anita_clemAnyone knows why IN_DELETE_SELF doesn't work for incron?11:51
ibouMonkeyDust: nice website actually but not exactly what i'm talking about11:51
anita_clemGot the following in my incrontab11:51
anita_clem\/tmp\/test IN_DELETE_SELF echo "Test"11:52
anita_clemWhen removing /tmp/test I find nothing in syslog11:52
anita_clem /tmp/test IN_DELETE_SELF echo "Test" I meant11:53
OerHeksibou, never heard of 'special websites for security updates', i would not use it if there is no official info/wiki about it.11:54
OerHeksbe carefull!11:54
anita_clem /tmp/test IN_MODIFY echo "Test"11:54
anita_clemIN_MODIFY  is no problem11:54
anita_clemGot the following in my incrontab: /tmp/test IN_DELETE_SELF echo "Test"11:56
anita_clemDoesn't work for me ...11:56
MonkeyDustWho4m1  it works, we see you11:57
ibouOerHeks: thank you11:58
hd1how do i restart torsocks?12:05
hypermistGot a Dead Island Bundle, Up for purchase 6$ NZD - Mass message to all chans12:11
TopGearhypermist, I don't think this is the right place for that.12:14
hypermistTopGear, it was a mass message to all my chans12:14
hd1TopGear: like they said "Mass message to all chans"12:16
BluesKajHiyas all12:20
mjaykHaya BluesKaj12:22
BluesKajhey mjayk12:23
thechacan i access my cousins windows 7 homegroup from my ubuntu?12:29
thechahe is on a pc12:29
thechaI am on an Ubuntu12:29
baizonthecha: yes you can http://askubuntu.com/questions/33654/is-it-possible-for-ubuntu-to-talk-to-a-windows-7-homegroup12:31
ubuntu009I'm using ubuntu 14.04 and added this via crontab -e "@reboot sh /root/script.sh" but on reboot it doesn't seem to run, any ideas? the script is executable12:31
MonkeyDustubuntu009  did you use sudo crontab -e ? notice sudo12:34
ubuntu009MonkeyDust: I'm logged in as root12:34
MonkeyDustsounds bad12:35
ubuntu009MonkeyDust: in /var/log/syslog I can see CRON[809]: (root) CMD (sh /root/script.sh) but the actual contents don't seem to run12:35
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_Crash_How can I change the directory for an app i installed via apt-get after removing the app which I compiled via make install?12:42
_Crash_e.g if i run "test" in the terminal, it'll say "-bash: /usr/local/bin/test: No such file or directory" but it's in "usr/bin/" and needs correcting12:43
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MobiesqueHi, I just updated ubuntu 15.04 64bit including kernel update, now after booting from grub i get the kernel number and 'loading initial ramdisk' and my screen goes blank and loses signal with no further booting.13:05
lotuspsychje!recovery | Mobiesque13:06
ubottuMobiesque: If your system fails to boot normally, it may be useful to boot it into recovery mode. For instructions, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveryMode13:06
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lotuspsychje!one | argon18113:10
ubottuargon181: The Ubuntu One file and music service is being discontinued. The service will be unavailable starting 1 June 2014, and content available until 31 July, 2014. For more, see #ubuntuone13:10
lotuspsychjeargon181: ask your question here mate, someone might still know13:11
argon181little qustion about ubuntu one: they stopped the service for desktop (cloudservice, backup and stuff) and i read, that you can get the server software free, but where?13:12
tewardargon181: what do you mean by 'the server software'?  Ubuntu One service has been dead.13:13
bazhangargon181, server as in lamp?13:13
argon181like the programm you run on a server13:15
bazhang!lamp | argon18113:15
ubottuargon181: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process.13:15
bazhangor just install the ubuntu server iso argon18113:15
argon181bazhang: is it included there?13:16
bazhang!server | argon18113:16
ubottuargon181: 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-server13:16
bazhangargon181, yes of course13:16
bazhangargon181, its a server, so all cli of course13:16
argon181ok, thanks :D13:16
bazhangargon181, if you need a minimal gui, you can add that later13:17
coolomaticsi think argon181 wants to run an Ubuntu One server locally, right?13:18
lotuspsychjecoolomatics: yeah i think thats his purpose13:19
Altered_StatesHello, i'm having issues with using a dport to hdmi converter and was wondering if anybody is able to help. I'm not actually running true ubuntu, I'm using elementary os which is ubuntu based, however their chatroom seems dead13:20
Altered_StatesThe issue is that the image is not displaying at native 1080p, the text seems very pixelated and things just look wrong13:21
MonkeyDustAltered_States  elementary is not supported here, type /j #elementary13:26
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Altered_States /j #elementary13:26
coolomaticsi dont find any information how to setup an own Ubuntu One server, i suppose argon181 should look out for an active project foy syncing thing, e.g. owncloud13:27
Altered_StatesThe elementary channel appears dead. I'm at a dead end which is why i'm asking here13:27
Altered_StatesMy remaining option may to install ubuntu :D13:28
MonkeyDustAltered_States  tip: choose/use a distro that is better supported13:28
Altered_StatesI know... I installed it a few years ago to try out and then got stuck with it. I think this issue is to do with the general linux configuration rather than elementary or it could be the converter itself13:30
Altered_StatesTHink it may be time to re-install13:30
MonkeyDustAltered_States  backup first13:30
Altered_StatesMonkeyDust, I'll DL a live distro and see if the issue is still apparent there13:31
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xaxacould you tell me your output of $ ls -l /etc/hosts13:47
xaxashould the owner be root13:48
DJonesxaxa: -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 221 Nov  8  2014 /etc/hosts13:51
xaxathank you13:52
babblI just installed Mate (how great!) and I checked the box to encrypt my personal data. Somehow, swap got encrypted, too, which would be finde, if it wouldn’t ask me to enter my passphrase while booting and while upgrading various packages. Isn’t swap normally encrypted with a random string generated on every boot sequence?13:56
DJonesxaxa: That was on 15.0413:58
tuxedohow can I install VB in 64x mode14:06
tuxedoto use 64x OS14:06
guntbert_tuxedo: VB?14:06
tuxedowhen I install VB14:07
tuxedoguive only 32 mode option14:07
tuxedoto use OS14:07
muscavbox needs hardware virtualization for x64 vms14:07
guntbert_tuxedo: vbox suport in #vbox, see what musca said14:07
tuxedoI gave this machines dell Inspiron 1525 intel core 2 duo14:08
tuxedoI have14:08
tuxedohow can i get that14:10
muscatuxedo: AMD processors provide the svm flag, intel has vmx (often disabled in BIOS)14:11
muscagrep -Pwom1 's?vmx?' /proc/cpuinfo14:11
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Guest39546hello dear comunity... can someone give me a hint? I have to chek up if my machine have installed "pygtk" and "gtk"       "pyserial"  and   "librsvg2-common"... how i do this?14:12
tuxedowhere can i get the info in the linux consele14:13
muscatuxedo:  grep -Pwom1 's?vmx?' /proc/cpuinfo14:13
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tuxedoI did that but dont show nothing14:14
tuxedoI know if dont shot errors is ok14:15
muscaso vmx is disabled or your cpu model misses this capability.14:15
tuxedoso i have to check on bios14:15
Guest39546also i tried to type the names on the terminal but it isnt a comand ^^ and on the ubuntu software center but nothing... i'm not so brave sorry14:15
muscatuxedo: we can check the cpu model14:15
tuxedoon linux console?14:16
muscatuxedo: grep -m1 'model name' /proc/cpuinfo14:16
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tuxedomodel name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU     T5800  @ 2.00GHz14:17
QuatrokingAnybody know a good torrent client for debian with a webui and label support?14:18
muscatuxedo:  seems to miss the Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ‡  http://ark.intel.com/products/35581/Intel-Core2-Duo-Processor-T5800-2M-Cache-2_00-GHz-800-MHz-FSB14:18
tuxedodont virtualization tec14:20
MonkeyDustQuatroking  delage has a webui plugin14:21
imthenachomanhey guys. lately when i do an apt-get upgrade i get a lot of prompts for user input. seems like it's doing a more and i have to press q to quit/continue. this is one of the ones i saw: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12819314/14:21
hotmedalI found an old USB stick that I think had a bad partition table so I nuked it with testdisk or something. It no longer shows up in gparted or testdisk when I connect it. This is the dmesg http://paste.ubuntu.com/12819167/14:23
EriC^^imthenachoman: looks like it's showing you the changelog14:26
imthenachomanEriC^^: i saw this command online: sudo dpkg-reconfigure apt-listchanges. i used it to make it so i only get an email. i guess that should/would work?14:26
EriC^^imthenachoman: i think so, never used it myself14:26
Guest39546also how i get from the terminal the update for   "pygtk and gtk"   " pyserial"    l"ibrsvg2-common" so that if there are installed nothing apears and if not they will be installed... please14:27
EriC^^imthenachoman: type "type apt-get"14:27
EriC^^is it aliased to changelog or something?14:27
Guest39546also apt-get py14:27
imthenachomanEriC^^: apt-get is /usr/bin/apt-get14:28
EriC^^imthenachoman: that looks fine14:28
Guest39546also  /usr/bin/apt-get py14:28
imthenachomanEriC^^: lets see if that changelog change i made fixes it14:28
EriC^^imthenachoman: try cat /etc/apt/apt.conf14:28
imthenachomanlooks like apt-changelog was installed14:29
Guest39546is this message to me?14:29
imthenachomanGuest39546: sorry, no14:29
EriC^^Guest39546: no14:29
imthenachomanEriC^^: not a flie14:29
EriC^^imthenachoman: ok14:29
EriC^^imthenachoman: there's also /etc/apt/preferences.d/ and /etc/apt/apt.conf.d14:30
raj1hello anyone here knows about gmail hacking?14:30
EriC^^maybe some other program you installed wrote a config there so apt-get shows the changelog every time14:30
imthenachomanEriC^^: yeah, i think that is what apt-changelog does. i never installed it so i don't know14:30
imthenachomani might uninstall later14:30
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raj1anyone here?14:33
hotmedalSorry, I have bad internet so if someone replied to my message, please do again. I shall past it again:14:33
hotmedalI found an old USB stick that I think had a bad partition table so I nuked it with testdisk or something. It no longer shows up in gparted or testdisk when I connect it. This  is the dmesg http://paste.ubuntu.com/12819167/14:33
Guest39546hello dear comunity... can someone give me a hint? I have to chek up if my machine have installed "pygtk" and "gtk"       "pyserial"  and   "librsvg2-common"... how i do this?14:33
Guest39546so somple and so problematic ç.ç14:34
MonkeyDustGuest39546  apt-cache policy [package]14:34
basheuHello people! :)14:34
basheuQuick question regarding installing Ubuntu (or Kubuntu maybe?) for the first time in years.14:34
basheuI used to use Ubuntu and Kubuntu quite a bit through 2008 - 2010ish.14:35
basheuI noticed there would be a new Ubuntu coming out in a couple of days?14:35
imthenachomanEriC^^: thanks sir!14:35
basheuShould I just install the 15.04 now and update it somehow next week?14:35
basheuIs that going to break how much? :D14:35
MonkeyDustbasheu  keep your question in one line14:36
EriC^^imthenachoman: np14:36
EriC^^hotmedal: type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999914:36
basheuHow hard is the upgrade from 15.04? And any good link going through the differences between Ubuntu and Kubuntu? Which one should I pick?14:36
MonkeyDustbasheu  and in april, the new LTS will be released14:36
EriC^^basheu: if you want to use a new ubuntu just download the 15.10 straight away and keep upgrading as usual14:37
EriC^^basheu: or install the 14.04 lts and keep using it til the new lts comes out14:37
hotmedalEriC^^: http://termbin.com/4kbq14:37
hamzahello, i want to disable LVDS1(laptop) display permenantly, and use external monitor instead, the following works and frees up resources with the Intel driver: http://pastebin.com/tPy5HUvv but it does not work when i install the Nvidia driver14:38
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basheuEriC^^: Can I already download the 15.10? Can only seem to find 15.04...14:38
raj1hello my 2 finger scrolling is not working... i searched in the internet but nothing works.. how can i solve it?14:38
EriC^^basheu: it should be in the daily current image or something14:38
EriC^^http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/ basheu14:38
hamzamy output is connected to Intel GPU14:39
bashrcis there any cdrom sized iso of ubuntu?14:39
Guest39546I know this question is for idiots XD but I have to chek up if my machine have installed "pygtk" and "gtk"       "pyserial"  and   "librsvg2-common"... how i do this?14:39
EriC^^basheu: just dist-upgrade as usual and you should have the same install as the official release in a couple days14:39
Guest39546can please someone say me how?14:39
EriC^^!mini | bashrc14:40
ubottubashrc: The Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want.  The installer is text based (rather than graphical as used on the Desktop DVD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD14:40
Guest39546i tried to instal it whit sudo apt-get pygtk but its wrong14:40
bashrcubottu: thanks14:40
ubottuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)14:40
basheuEriC^^: I'm using windows atm and getting some new parts so moving to win 10 + Kubuntu dual boot at the same time. So I guess I'll just install the 15.04 and upgrade through that.14:40
basheuThanks for the helps :)14:40
hotmedalGuest39546: sudo apt-get install <package>14:41
EriC^^basheu: lubuntu 14.04 can fit on a cd i think http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.3/release/14:41
Guest395461000 thanks14:41
basheuEriC^^: I'll be installing through a USB drive most likely. No problems with image sizes there. :)14:41
EriC^^hotmedal: try sudo partprobe , then sudo cat /proc/partitions | nc termbin.com 999914:41
EriC^^basheu: sorry, wrong nick highlight :)14:42
EriC^^bashrc: lubuntu 14.04 can fit on a cd i think http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.3/release/14:42
hotmedalEriC^^: is partprobe supposed to return nothing?14:42
EriC^^hotmedal: yeah14:42
Guest39546hotmedal:  impossible to find the package pygtk14:42
basheuEriC^^: np, thanks for all the help. Will be looking forward to using ubuntu again for the first time in 5ish years!14:42
hotmedalEriC^^: http://termbin.com/ra0f14:42
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Guest39546also sorry i have to chek up if "pygtk" and "gtk"       "pyserial"  and   "librsvg2-common are installed14:43
EriC^^basheu: np, enjoy :)14:43
hotmedalGuest39546: you need to add the repository that has that package and you need to make sure those are the right nmes14:43
hotmedalGuest39546: Names*14:43
Guest39546are this packages included in ubuntu studio?14:44
Guest39546also  "pygtk" and "gtk"       "pyserial"  and   "librsvg2-common"14:45
hotmedalGuest39546: what are you really trying to do?14:45
Guest39546trying to draw whit artcut14:45
EriC^^hotmedal: no idea14:46
Guest39546maybe i come again if I have some oder questions14:46
hotmedalEriC^^: My conclusion exactly lol. Could it be hardware?14:46
EriC^^hotmedal: i dunno really14:47
nyan_catI've just installed ubuntu 15.10 and I'm having an issue with my wireless.14:47
nyan_catIt connects just fine and works while browsing, but when I try to download a lot of stuff such as updates it disconnects from my network and I have to disable it and then re-enable it14:48
EriC^^hotmedal: did you try it on a different pc maybe?14:48
nyan_catthis is the output of lspci on my laptop: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12819771/14:48
hotmedalEriC^^: not in ages. But I remember it not showing up back then either14:48
MonkeyDustwily | nyan_cat14:48
nyan_catit worked fine in both windows and 14.0414:48
MonkeyDust!wily | nyan_cat14:48
ubottunyan_cat: Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) will be the 23rd release of Ubuntu. Discussion in #ubuntu+114:48
pepijndevosI am running Jack, but now other sound does not work anymore. If I play a HTML5 video in Firefox I hear nothing. How can I hear both Jack and Alsa sound?14:51
raj1hello my 2 finger scrolling is not working how can i solve it ? anyone knows?14:52
gshuklaHi, I want to contribute to ubuntu and I don't know where to begin, I tried joining #ubuntu-beginners-dev but that was forwarded to #ubuntu. So it would be great if someone here could direct me to some other channel or resources14:53
pepijndevosgshukla: the bug tracker? Mailing list? Just guessing.14:54
MonkeyDustgshukla  start here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu14:55
gshukla<MonkeyDust> I've already read that and decided to cntribute by fixing bugs14:56
gshuklabut I can't find some beginer level bugs14:57
MonkeyDustgshukla  on launchpad.net14:57
boxmeinfn+left tells my laptop to swap the screen configuration15:03
boxmeinin a cycle15:03
boxmeineg fn+left once, my main screen scales to 1024x768 and my fake "other" screen is turned on too, then I fn+left again and my main screen turns off while the fake "other" screen is on, then I fn+left again and the main screen turns on and the "other" screen turns off15:04
boxmeinthe "other" screen being my vga port15:04
Lizaplease someone suggest me any windows like DE in Ubuntu 14.04 LTE15:04
boxmeinLiza: kde?15:04
boxmeinLiza: that sorta was kde's original purpose15:04
Lizahow can i installed it?15:05
fsfmanHow do I disable manual login in Xubuntu.There seems to be forum post for that.All I get is for enabling it15:05
fsfmanLiza:sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop15:05
Lizathank you guys... lets try15:07
MonkeyDustLiza  cinnamon also has a menu below left15:07
MonkeyDustoh, cinnamon is not yet in the 14.04 repos15:08
x00ehello guys. currently running on 14.10 and I`m having lots of issues with repositories (http://paste.ubuntu.com/12820290/). anyone having any idea on what could be wrong ?15:08
auronandacex00e: it is end of life15:08
auronandace!14.10 | x00e15:09
ubottux00e: Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) was the 21st release of Ubuntu.  Support ended on July 23rd, 2015. See !eol, !upgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/utopic15:09
x00edamn :)15:09
x00eok auronandace , thanks you15:09
MonkeyDustx00e  it's because 14.10 is dead, you're playing with a corpse15:09
x00ehaha. so poetic :D15:09
MonkeyDust(halloween is 2 weeks away)15:10
fsfmanHow do I disable manual login in Xubuntu.There seems to be forum post for that.All I get is for enabling it15:11
x00eapparently is so dead, dist-upgrade dosn`t work anymore :D15:12
x00ecan I donwload 15.4 and upgrade from live iso ?15:12
auronandace!dist-upgrade | x00e15:12
ubottux00e: A dist-upgrade will install new dependencies for packages already installed and may remove packages if they are no longer needed. This will not bring you to a new release of Ubuntu, see !upgrade if that is your intention.15:12
ubottuFor upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes - see also http://www.ubuntu.com/desktop/get-ubuntu/upgrade15:12
argon181x00e: should work15:12
MonkeyDustx00e  backup and fresh install is easier, i guess15:13
fsfmanCan someone help me.I want to disable manual login in lightdm-gtk-greeter15:13
fsfmanBut its enabled by default15:14
fsfmanI tried allow-manual-login=false15:14
x00eMonkeyDust, meh. to many configs to move over & such15:14
fsfmanBut it did'nt work15:14
CodmadnessproHow can I reopen a window I closed from x11 forwarding in ssh?15:15
MonkeyDustx00e  then backup /etc/ too15:15
Lizahow can i delete one respositories ?15:15
fsfmanIf you delete a repol all the packages associated with it will go15:17
fsfmanIf you want a minimal kde15:17
fsfmanjust type apt-get install --no-install-recommends kubuntu-desktop15:17
fsfmanI think cinnamon is a better Windows clone15:18
Lizawhat do you min by minimal kde?15:18
ruben_everybody in the house put your hand in the air15:18
fsfmanNo unwanted packages like gimp,ekiga which are not needed any way15:18
Liza@fsfman cinnamon installing :)15:18
fsfman]Anyway I think neither Cinnamon nor Kde look anything like Windows.Classic windows look has a lot of changes from 8 onwards15:19
fsfmanThe closest one I can get to a similar interface is Gnome but more annoying to use.15:20
kasjdI used to use $i in here but that prints the whole path https://gist.github.com/hadifarnoud/528ca480ddde6036bf7a15:21
fsfmanI wonder why Windows did'nt ditch their metro shit for Windows 1015:22
fsfmanSome one tell me how to disable manual login in Xubuntu15:22
fsfmanI checked the Xubuntu channel its dead15:22
SchrodingersScatfsfman: tried setings > users and groups > then the password setting for your account?15:23
fsfmanNo thereSchrodingersCat:There is no option to disable Manual Login15:25
fsfmanI dont want to delete a account15:26
fsfmanI want to disable manual login15:26
lotuspsychjefsfman: enable automatic login?15:27
fsfmanNo disable the 'Others' option in lightdm15:28
lotuspsychjefsfman: ah you have to tweak lightdm for that15:28
lotuspsychjefsfman: do you mean no guests account?15:29
fsfmanAs I said there seems to be no way to do that in gtk greeter15:29
fsfmanNo 'others' in gtk-greeter15:29
fsfmanNot in unity greeter15:29
lotuspsychjefsfman: wich ubuntu version are you on?15:30
fsfmanXubuntu.It uses Lightdm15:30
fsfmangtk version15:30
lotuspsychjefsfman: try the #xubuntu guys, they might help you faster15:30
Dumle29Hmm I just put in an SD card from my RPi into my PC, and even though I've removed it now, sdg1 and sdg2 is not disspearing from /dev/15:30
fsfmanXubuntu seems to be dead.OK I will try15:30
EriC^^Dumle29: try sudo partprobe15:31
Dumle29It's still there15:31
Dumle29If I try to mount it it says "Unable to access volume An operation is already pending"15:32
lotuspsychjeDumle29: how about after a reboot?15:33
Dumle29lotuspsychje: Haven't tried that. I don't assume it'll be an issue, but do I really have to reboot after inserting and removing an SD card?15:34
EriC^^Dumle29: i think you didn't unmount it properly, where was it mounted? type df -h15:34
lotuspsychjealian: welcome, how can we help you?15:35
Dumle29EriC^^: Probaly didn't unmount it propperly no. I just pulled it out, though I didn't write to nor read from it15:35
EriC^^Dumle29: you should always use sudo umount /mountpoint to unmount it15:36
EriC^^anyways type df -h and get the mountpoint15:36
Dumle29EriC^^: This is the output from that command: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12821131/15:36
EriC^^Dumle29: is that it? /dev/sdc5 ?15:37
Dumle29EriC^^: Nope. It'd be sdg 1 and 215:37
EriC^^Dumle29: type sudo lsblk -f15:37
Dumle29EriC^^: It doesn't lis sdg15:37
EriC^^where does it list sdg?15:38
Dumle29in ls /dev/15:38
EriC^^does it list it in /proc/partitions ?15:38
Dumle29EriC^^: And here: http://i.imgur.com/7kokYCi.png15:38
Dumle29EriC^^: Nope. not in /proc/partitions15:39
Dumle29EriC^^: In that image. Those two are the trouble makers15:39
lotuspsychjeDumle29: is your device inside your pc now?15:39
Dumle29lotuspsychje: Nope, and the usb-multicard reader is off as well15:39
EriC^^Dumle29: try gvfs-mount --list15:40
Dumle29EriC^^: Yeah I see it there15:40
Dumle29EriC^^: Drive 515:40
lotuspsychje!fr | mikayil15:41
ubottumikayil: Nous sommes desoles mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.15:41
Dumle29EriC^^: http://paste.ubuntu.com/12821292/15:41
fractal618How can I restore the notifications in Lubuntu ( I clicked "do not display this again" when it told me my wifi disconnected)  any nm-applet gurus?15:43
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lotuspsychjefractal618: maybe the #lubuntu guys might know?15:45
s1dr0hola a toc15:45
EriC^^fractal618: try gsettings list-recursively | grep wireless15:45
EriC^^Dumle29: it doesn't look like its mounted there15:45
fractal618cool, thanks EriC^^15:45
lotuspsychje!es | s1dr015:46
ubottus1dr0: 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.15:46
EriC^^Dumle29: what happens if you type gvfs-mount mount -d /dev/sdg1 ?15:46
EriC^^fractal618: does it say true or false at the end?15:46
Dumle29EriC^^: It isn't mounted, but it's shown in the file browser. and if I put it back in the PC and try to access it I get that "pending" error15:46
Dumle29EriC^^: With or without the media in the PC?15:47
ggherdovHello. Is there a page that explains what to do after installing the linux-image-{server, generic} package to have the new kernel up and running? Last time I did it I had to do some grub configuration, but I forgot the details.15:47
lotuspsychje!kernel | ggherdov15:47
ubottuggherdov: The core of Ubuntu is the Linux kernel: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel - You shouldn't have to compile your own, and if you need to troubleshoot issues, you can try a !Mainline kernel instead, but if you insist, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel/Compile (see also !Stages)15:47
alianWho can tell me how to use the HMCL-2.1.9.sh sh15:48
ggherdovlotuspsychje: are you sure that message is appropriate to me? I am not compiling the kernel from sources, just installing the binary with the meta-package linux-image-server.15:49
Dumle29EriC^^: I get: "Error mounting /dev/sdg1: An operation is already pending"15:50
pseudonymousSo I'm trying to get a broadcom 4360 chip on 15.10 (beta2) - I read that for 15.04 one could download the firmware and after dumping it in /lib/firmware/brcrm things should work, I still don't see my broadcom card in the list from "ip addr" though.15:51
peter___can you explain this problem: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2299088 ?15:52
lotuspsychjepseudonymous: #ununtu+1 for wily issues mate15:52
lotuspsychjepseudonymous: #ubuntu+1 sorry15:53
pseudonymousAnyone using a broadcom 4360 in 15.04 ?15:58
OerHekspseudonymous, macbook, is it?15:59
pseudonymousOerHeks: yes16:00
OerHeksis this a wireless AC thing? i read somewhere those are OOTB supported in 15.10  .. solution untill then was trottle back to 54 mbit16:02
OerHeksso.. crossposting in the channel you should be .. good luck16:02
C_minusonce I was here looking for help - TJ gave me a shell command to run, from which he diagnosed that me and my neighbour's router are occupying the same freq band, and so we're having trouble connecting here. Does anyboy know what command that would be?16:03
CIclopshi .. running 14.04LTS here and wanting to install a package called libqt5websockets5-dev  .. synaptic can't find it, where would it be?16:03
lotuspsychje!find libqt5websockets5-dev16:04
ubottuFound: libqt5websockets5-dev16:04
CIclopsooh :)16:04
lotuspsychje!info libqt5websockets5-dev | CIclops16:04
ubottuCIclops: libqt5websockets5-dev (source: qtwebsockets-opensource-src): Qt 5 Web Sockets module - development files. In component universe, is optional. Version 5.4.1-1 (vivid), package size 8 kB, installed size 105 kB16:04
auronandace!find libqt5websockets5-dev trusty16:05
ubottuPackage/file libqt5websockets5-dev does not exist in trusty16:05
CIclopscan i use the one from vivid?16:05
auronandaceCIclops: no, you should never mix packages from different releases16:06
CIclopsso i am stuck unless i inssall vivid?16:06
lotuspsychje!pinning | CIclops for more advanced tuning16:06
ubottuCIclops for more advanced tuning: pinning is an advanced feature that APT can use to prefer particular packages over others. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto16:06
CIclopsthx auronandace .. reading16:08
TamwynHeyho, I have a little problem with my new laptop: it has no keys for next song previous song toggle play/pause, I have some special keys free and have their key events called from xorg. The only thing I have to do is know tell xfce what should happen on press. But is there a general command for this?16:10
TamwynFor example to use with rhythmbox or spotify16:10
MionTamwyn: bind them to XF86Audio*16:14
Mionthis is even on the wiki16:15
Mionsure it doesn't have some Fn combo for that though?16:15
Mionhavn't seen a single laptop that doesn't16:15
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ornishthey guys16:19
TamwynMion: L450, I can't find this keys on the keyboard16:21
TamwynMion: http://www.notebookcheck.com/fileadmin/Notebooks/Lenovo/Thinkpad_L450_20DS0001GE/Lenovo_Thinkpad_L450_Eingabe.jpg16:25
MionFn-arrow keys usually work16:26
SemiNusI have got a problem16:26
SemiNusapt-get does not find the servers any more16:26
MionSemiNus: lsb-release -r16:27
peter___what is a safe way to remove multiple directories in Ubuntu?16:27
MionSemiNus: </etc/lsb-release16:27
Mionpeter___: rm16:27
auronandaceSemiNus: tell me you are not running 14.1016:27
Mionpeter___: same as in any other distro16:27
peter___Mion: rm -rf * ?16:27
Mionpeter___: or find -delete if you need fancy filtering16:27
peter___Mion: being in the directory whose contents I want to delete, that is16:27
SemiNusit's 14.1016:28
peter___Mion: isn't rm unsafe (symlinks and such) ?16:28
auronandace!14.10 | SemiNus16:28
ubottuSemiNus: Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) was the 21st release of Ubuntu.  Support ended on July 23rd, 2015. See !eol, !upgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/utopic16:28
auronandaceSemiNus: use a supported release16:28
MonkeyDustSemiNus  14.10 is dead16:28
SemiNuswhat the heck16:28
Mionpeter___: define "unsane"16:28
SemiNusnormally releases work way longer16:29
SemiNuswhat happened?16:29
Mionpeter___: if you rm a symlink it only deletes the link, it doesn't delete the target16:29
peter___Mion: always?16:29
SemiNusonly 1 year of support?!16:29
Codmadnessprobecause 15.04 is better16:29
Mionpeter___: unless you tell it otherwise, yes16:29
auronandaceSemiNus: 9 months support for normal, 5 years for lts16:29
SemiNusCodmadnesspro, do you have any idea how much stress it is to set up the whole system until it fits my needs?16:29
peter___Mion: does it work this way in all Unixes?16:29
Mionpeter___: if paranoid, use -i16:29
SemiNusis there no way around?16:29
SemiNusI only need php5-curl16:30
Mionpeter___: in anything that follows posix16:30
SemiNusand hugin 201516:30
Mionpeter___: GNU is Not Unix16:30
smallfoot-Can you put Chromium 46 in Ubuntu!!16:30
CodmadnessproSemiNus, shouldn't be that much trouble upgrading?16:30
SemiNusCodmadnesspro, it is....  until now,  NEVER ever any  dist upgrade worked for me16:30
lotuspsychje!latest | smallfoot-16:31
ubottusmallfoot-: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.16:31
SemiNusso I always have to do a full backup16:31
SemiNusand install it from new16:31
SemiNuswith all the servers and the whole test environment16:31
lotuspsychjeSemiNus: if you want longer support use LTS as auronandace suggested16:31
SemiNusCan I use Ubuntu as a rolling release like if I'd go with the testing tribe of Debian?16:31
Mionpeter___: you can also use rmdir16:31
auronandaceSemiNus: if you want rolling release then you don't want ubuntu16:32
CodmadnessproSemiNus, I've upgraded from 12.04 to 14.04 and then to 15.04 it worked so not sure why16:32
Codmadnessproubuntu masterrace16:32
SemiNuswhere can I learn if the lastest version of Ubuntu supports hugin 2015 ?16:33
lotuspsychje!info hugin wily | SemiNus16:35
ubottuSemiNus: hugin (source: hugin): panorama photo stitcher - GUI tools. In component universe, is optional. Version 2015.0.0~rc3+dfsg-1build1 (wily), package size 1118 kB, installed size 4054 kB16:35
SemiNusOk I will try to run a dist upgrade now16:35
SemiNussay a prayer for me16:35
lotuspsychjeSemiNus: thats on 15.10 right16:35
lotuspsychjeSemiNus: not officially out yet16:35
lotuspsychje!wily | SemiNus16:36
ubottuSemiNus: Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily Werewolf) will be the 23rd release of Ubuntu. Discussion in #ubuntu+116:36
dhiai want to make an online virtual machine with apache server16:38
dhiawho can help me ??16:38
lotuspsychjedhia: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys might point you better?16:38
dhiaok thanks :D16:38
TamwynThe Xmodmap fixed the rpoblem16:40
SemiNuslotuspsychje, thank you very much for your help!16:43
SemiNusalso auronandace, thank you!16:43
lotuspsychjeSemiNus: no sweat mate, few days patience :p16:43
linociscohi all , any Ruby on Rails developers? what books or reference do you use? I am newbie of programming16:45
lotuspsychjelinocisco: maybe the ##programming channel is a good start for you?16:46
linociscolotuspsychje, I am looking for advice from ubuntu user who is doing Ruby on Rails.16:46
linociscolotuspsychje, i dont want from centos or Redhat or Gentoo user.16:47
lotuspsychjelinocisco: its better when you ask specific ubuntu issues here16:47
linociscolotuspsychje, there are specific tasks or packages to be installed especially for ubuntu users. It is different from other linux users16:48
linociscolotuspsychje, sorry.16:48
lotuspsychjelinocisco: try to start your setup, and see if you hit problems then come back asking your issues16:48
amontalentiWhere is the best place to put a script that I want to run upon resume from swsusp on Ubuntu 14.04. I have tried a bunch of options but none seem to work. I want to run the script "as late as possible", that is, right before my login screen shows.16:49
Quatrokinganybody know a good torrent client with a webuit that supports labels?16:52
Quatrokingqbittorrent and deluge both lack this :(16:53
SchrodingersScatQuatroking: a quick search led me to believe that rutorrent/rtorrent can have this feature added16:54
QuatrokingI don't remember rutorrent having labels in its webui16:54
Quatrokingeh, doesn't hurt to try16:54
lotuspsychje!torrent | Quatroking16:54
ubottuQuatroking: Some torrent clients: Transmission (GTK and terminal-based), Deluge-Torrent, Freeloader, BitStormLite, BitTornado-GUI (GTK), KTorrent (KDE), QTorrent (Qt), Azureus/Vuse (Java), !Frostwire (Java), TorrentFlux (web-based), bittornado, rTorrent, cTorrent, bittorrent, aria2 (terminal-based) - FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/help/faq - See also !P2P16:54
SchrodingersScatQuatroking: because it has to be added, https://code.google.com/p/rutorrent-tadd-labels/16:54
MonkeyDustQuatroking  is there any app on any os that has that option?16:54
Huck777Quatroking: deluge and rutorrent supports labels16:55
SchrodingersScator maybe it's already default, wouldn't know16:55
QuatrokingMonkeyDust, utorrent on windows supports labels in the webui by default16:55
QuatrokingSchrodingersScat, thanks, I'll look into that16:55
QuatrokingHuck777, deluge doesn't support labels in the webui16:55
Quatrokingonly in the desktop gui16:55
Huck777Quatroking: I'm using the deluge-web ui with labels. i think the version you are using is too old. afaik there are ppa for deluge16:56
Gh0st-I want to upgrade ubuntu 13 to 14.0416:56
lotuspsychje!eolupgrade | gh0st16:56
ubottugh0st: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades16:56
Huck777Quatroking: take a look at that image https://linuxpluse.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/deluge.png16:57
MonkeyDustGh0st-  backup and fresh install 14.0416:57
Quatrokingthat's odd, my webui says 1.3.1016:57
Gh0st-I am on Bootabel Ubuntu at the moment and trying to install whilst keeping the windows unaffected16:57
Huck777Quatroking: can you see the "label" ?16:57
QuatrokingHuck777, I never noticed the label filter bar16:57
Huck777have fun16:57
Gh0st-how can I take a screenshot on ubuntu so I can share here ?16:58
QuatrokingHuck777, I don't suppose if you know how I can add torrents to labels/create new labels in the webui?16:58
QuatrokingI'm not seeing it anywhere in the rightclick menus16:58
BluesKajGh0st-, prtscn key16:59
Gh0st-BluesKaj: ok cool16:59
Gh0st-let me show you guys16:59
Huck777Quatroking: what os and deluge version are you running?17:00
BluesKajyou have to paste the screen pic in imagebin or imgur, Gh0st-17:00
Quatrokingdon't tell anyone but I'm actually running debian 8.2, with deluge 1.3.1017:01
lotuspsychje!info deluge17:01
ubottudeluge (source: deluge): bittorrent client written in Python/PyGTK. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.3.11-0ubuntu2 (vivid), package size 20 kB, installed size 108 kB17:01
QuatrokingI just come to this channel instead because loads more responsive and pretty much works the same17:01
Gh0st-BluesKaj: how about this?17:01
Huck777Quatroking: i'm running the same setup on my debian vm17:01
jason__Quatroking, the trick to not telling anyone is to not tell anyone17:02
Gh0st-first thing is, my PC is on Windows 10 and not on 7 anymore17:02
Quatrokingjason__, i never told anything17:02
Quatrokingyou're just hallucination17:02
Gh0st-second thing is I have installed a second hard drive and wants to install ubuntu on it from scratch17:03
QuatrokingHuck777, so with your setup you can add labels in the webui?17:03
QuatrokingI'm only seeing options for it in the desktop gui17:03
lotuspsychjegh0st: erase w10 once and for good and install ubuntu single for an easy life17:03
Huck777Quatroking: one sec... i have to start my desktop... usually i auto-create the labels with flexget17:04
BluesKajGh0st-, have you made a partition for ubuntu pevious to running the installation?17:04
Gh0st-BluesKaj: yes I did17:04
Gh0st-lotuspsychje: not an option because my wife uses windows 10 :(17:04
Gh0st-BluesKaj: want to have a look?17:05
lotuspsychjegh0st: learn her the beauty of ubuntu :p17:05
BluesKajso choose "something else" and install Ubuntu to the partition you created, it will show in the partition table17:05
Gh0st-BluesKaj: have a look17:06
Gh0st-this is what I get when I choose something else17:07
BluesKajyou don't have ann ext4 partition for ubuntu there17:07
Gh0st-how can I show you the complete list here?17:08
BluesKajok already installed, missed that the first look17:08
Gh0st-part -l something ? isn't it?17:08
berz3rkOK, so Im using Ubuntu 15.10, and I have a really odd error... I installed the nvidia drivers for my gtx 860m optimus setup, and than restarted my system. the ubuntu desktop was completly black, but volume keys worked (so it was actually in the desktop!), after I waited some time nothing happened. I switched to another TTY, switched back and forth, clicked some keys on my keyboard/ mouse clicks on TTY F7 (desktop) and than at some poi17:09
berz3rkI dont know how to identify the issue17:09
Gh0st-yeah Ubuntu 13 is already installed17:09
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berz3rkIm right now in the desktop, everything works great, but every reboot this mess is making me feel bad17:09
BluesKajare you going to install 14.04 ?17:10
Gh0st-BluesKaj: yes17:10
lotuspsychjeberz3rk: #ubuntu+1 for wily issues please17:10
Bashing-omberz3rk: Support for 15.10 is in #ubuntu+1 .17:11
BluesKajGh0st-, you can preserve your data if you do an internet release-upgrade to 14,04 , otherwise you'll lose al your data on 13.1017:12
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Gh0st-BluesKaj: dont have any data on Ubuntu partition17:13
Gh0st-BluesKaj: just want to preserve what's on other partitions and windows boot17:13
Gh0st-BluesKaj:  I am waiting for directions from you BTW17:14
BluesKajthen choose the ext4 partition and install 14.04 to it17:14
Gh0st-BluesKaj: do appreciate your help17:14
Gh0st-BluesKaj: where and how?17:15
BluesKajclick on change after choosing the ext4 partition then choose ext4 in the list and / as the mountpoint17:16
Huck777Quatroking: right click on "No Label" and press "Add Label"17:16
Gh0st-BluesKaj: ok17:16
user1__I used a .vmdk in virtualbox. Looks like vbox recognized it but the screen is blank. What might be the reason?17:16
Gh0st-BluesKaj: this will allow meto have dual boot right?17:16
Gh0st-me to*17:16
QuatrokingHuck777, in the webui?17:16
QuatrokingI'm not seeing "No Label" anywhere17:16
Huck777Quatroking: click on the label group17:17
lotuspsychjeuser1__: maybe the #vbox guys might know?17:17
Gh0st-BluesKaj: /boot?17:17
QuatrokingHuck777, yeah, that's in the desktop ui17:18
BluesKajno just /17:18
Gh0st-BluesKaj: sorry typo.. should I also format the partition?17:18
Huck777Quatroking: i never used the desktop ui version... only the web-ui17:18
BluesKajGh0st-, yes format17:18
user1__lotuspsychje,  how can I install vmware on ubuntu?17:19
lotuspsychje!info virtualbox | user1__17:19
ubottuuser1__: virtualbox (source: virtualbox): x86 virtualization solution - base binaries. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 4.3.26-dfsg-2ubuntu2 (vivid), package size 15697 kB, installed size 60053 kB17:19
user1__lotuspsychje,  vmware. not vbox17:19
Gh0st-BluesKaj: installation withouth swap space is ok?17:20
lotuspsychjeuser1__: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware17:20
QuatrokingHuck777, nevermind, it's working17:20
QuatrokingI restarted deluge and that worked17:20
BluesKajGh0st-, myes you can add a swap file later17:20
Huck777Quatroking: i see :D17:20
Quatrokingshould've done that earlier, ugh17:20
OerHeksuser1__, download the player from their site, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware/Player but it is not supported here.17:22
BluesKajGh0st-, how much RAM do you have?17:23
Gh0st-BluesKaj: 6 gb17:24
user1__can vbox and vmware both do hardware vitualization?17:24
BluesKajyou probly won't need a swap file Gh0st-17:24
OerHeksuser1__, vbox does not. for vmware support, see the last lines in that url.17:25
user1__OerHeks,  hm17:25
Gh0st-what does ext4 means?17:25
Gh0st-BluesKaj:  that is great then17:25
user1__OerHeks,  it tells about support. but either way, does vmware support hardware virtualization?17:26
OerHeksuser1__, stop asking about vmware, we do not support that.17:27
jason__Why would you not have swap? The consequences of running out of memory are pretty bad.17:27
OerHeksuser1__, read their manual?17:27
OerHeksjason__, you want swap, if you want to hybernate/sleep17:28
OerHekswith 6 gb is is overkill.17:28
evilbugi have the following partition scheme and was wondering if anyone can help me in joining the unallocated space with sdb1. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10308940/gparted.png17:28
user1__OerHeks,  so ubuntu does not supports vmware?17:28
OerHeks /ignore user1__17:28
Gh0st-!help grub?17:29
ubottuGh0st-: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)17:29
user1__ /ignore OerHeks17:29
user1__Guys, Is vmware supported by ubuntu in anyway?17:29
lotuspsychjeuser1__: you have been anwsered already17:30
jason__OerHeks, 6 gb of RAM isn't that much. I probably am using twice that much with chrome tabs...17:30
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user1__lotuspsychje,  I did not understand it.17:30
user1__anyone else?17:30
Twirlhey, im sick of this, every time i turn or/wake up my computer the sound is back at 100%17:30
Twirli'ts the most retarded thing i've seen in my life17:31
BluesKajGh0st-, ext4 is the filesystem that most linux OSs use , windows uses ntfs mostly17:31
lotuspsychjeTwirl: ubuntu version?17:31
Twirllotuspsychje: 15.0417:31
jason__Twirl, then your life has probably been pretty good and you should be thankful17:31
lotuspsychjeTwirl: if you want more stable choose LTS17:31
Twirljason__: no i'm sick of this17:31
Twirljason__: seriously17:32
lotuspsychjeTwirl: no reason to get angry17:32
evilbugor is it not possible to allocate that free space to /17:32
Twirllotuspsychje: you would get angry too if every time you turn on your computer or wake up you get your eardrums pierced by the loudest sound17:33
lotuspsychjeevilbug: its possible to merge space to other partitions17:33
lotuspsychjeTwirl: try to submit a bug on 15.04 or try LTS stable17:34
Gh0st-BluesKaj: ok17:34
BrokenCogfrustrating VM.  Installing Ubuntu as a guest on a  Win7 VMware Workstation host never works with the mouse/keyboard.17:36
BrokenCoganyone seen that before?17:37
Twirllotuspsychje: i don't have time for that17:37
Gh0st-Blueskaj: Goes straight to Windows17:37
Twirllotuspsychje: isnt there another way to fix this?17:37
Gh0st-BluesKaj: do I have to select from boot option?17:38
BluesKajGh0st-, how old is your pc ?17:39
MonkeyDustTwirl  if you don't get an answer here, try #ubuntustudio... it's multimedia dedicated, i guess they're more familiar with specific sound issues17:40
Gh0st-BluesKaj: 3 years17:41
OerHeksTwirl seem like you use line-out instead of headphone jack17:42
BluesKajGh0st-, try holding the left shift key down right after the post page .. think you have a UEFI instead of a BIOS17:42
ubottuUEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI17:43
Gh0st-Let me check17:43
Bashing-omevilbug: In order to enlargge sdb1, you have to have unallocted space to move the partition into. That entails moving sdb6 to the right into the present unallocated space . and then shrinking the container 'sdb2' to get that unallocayed space to the right of 'sdb1'. The extended partition is just a container for the logical partition sdb6.17:43
Gh0st-Grub rescue?17:43
Gh0st-In front of me17:43
quiteyi installed ubuntu with lilo bootlouder can you please tellme how to use it to enter the desktop envirenment  and install grub instead ; i dont know how to use  lilo17:44
Bashing-omevilbug: You do have your data backed up ? Moving partitions is not without risk !17:44
Gh0st-Error unknown filesystem17:45
Gh0st-Grub rescue17:46
BluesKajyou'll need to run boot-repair to reinstall grub to UEFI boot partition Gh0st- , you can download and install boot-repair to a usb or cd and run it on your  machine that has ubuntu17:46
Gh0st-BluesKaj: any tutorials to that17:46
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BluesKajyou won't need a tutorial , boot-repair is very easy to use17:47
Gh0st-Where how I download17:47
BluesKaji'm sure there are how to's on th einternet if you're not sure17:47
quiteyBluesKaj ; i ned a live ubuntu  to do that , to install boot-repair and so ; right ?17:47
BluesKajGh0st-, boot-repair is a live-media OS17:48
Gh0st-Can I use boot repair on bootable Ubuntu USB?17:48
quiteyBluesKaj : what about me ?17:48
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BluesKajGh0st-, yes17:49
quiteysame to me ?17:49
Gh0st-BluesKaj: ok cool. How would I do that?17:49
Gh0st-Afternoon binarywork17:49
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Bashing-omGh0st-: See : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair .17:50
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BluesKajthanks Bashing-om17:50
quiteyi installed ubuntu with lilo bootlouder can you please tellme how to use it to enter the desktop envirenment  and install grub instead ; i dont know how to use  lilo17:50
BluesKajquitey,` read that as well17:51
quiteybut dos it istall grub for me ?17:51
BluesKajit will ask you if you want to install grub, choose yes17:52
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alianWho knows how to create Yum warehouse?17:54
NewBuntuTake a bunch of icecream and put it in a warehouse?17:54
alianNewBuntu, hello!17:54
MonkeyDustalian  yum soyund CentOs to me17:54
alianI am the Chinese channel, no one is there, I would like to ask how to get yum17:55
alianSoftware translation is really bad.17:56
Flannelalian: yum isn't a package manager that's used on Ubuntu.  Ubuntu uses deb packages not rpms.17:56
Bashing-omalian: We do not do "yum" in ubuntu . Non-support .17:56
berz3rkalian: yum is outdated, and instead ubuntu uses apt..17:56
MonkeyDustalian  it's in the repos, install it like any other program17:56
Anaunymau5apt-get install yum17:57
alianYum needs to get a warehouse. I don't know what to do with it.17:57
alianAnaunymau5, thank you!17:57
Bashing-omalian: MonkeyDust I do stand corrected .17:57
MonkeyDustalian  what's a warehouse, in this channels' context?17:58
Anaunymau5i think people use dnf now though. Instead of yum.17:58
NewBuntuAlright, I freely admit I'm not terribly familiar with Ubuntu. I'm trying to mount a WD MyCloud NAS in such a way that it will stay mounted after rebooting my computer. I believe the NAS is set up as an NFS share and have done sudo apt-get install nfs-common, but the Connect to Server window in Nautilus says "this file server type is not recognized" when I try to connect. What am I doing wrong?17:59
NewBuntuAny help would be appreciated, or is this something I should instead post to the forum?18:00
NewBuntuShould I post in the forum then?18:06
Bashing-omNewBuntu: Does this help : http://askubuntu.com/questions/469368/need-help-connecting-wd-my-cloud-nas-to-14-04 ?18:09
NewBuntuThat's actually the exact set of instructions I was following18:09
jarnosI am using Logitech k400 keyboard and it seems to work fine except that I can not login to ubuntu in lightdm. I can type characters, but the login fails. It works by an usb keyboard. Why is this?18:10
NewBuntuStatic IP is set, but when I go to the connect to server page as per the final steps, it tells me it doesn't recognize the nfs file server type18:10
Bog4r7Bah.  I rebooted my system and now it just comes up with the grub rescue prompt.  Dunno what would have broken it.18:12
Bashing-omNewBuntu: Regret that I can not say. Await here for others who have done this to advise .18:12
MikeRL100Here's something odd. I upgraded to some slightly unstable Libreoffice builds built for Ubuntu from some PPAs. I fresh installed Libreoffice from those PPAs on another machine, and the global menu integration works.18:16
MikeRL100On my desktop where I upgraded from an old version, I don't get a global menu, but I get a normal menu bar. How odd.18:17
MikeRL100I wonder if there's a setting to rest, or if reinstalling would fix it.18:17
MonkeyDustMikeRL100  libreoffice comes with ubuntu... why use a ppa?18:23
MikeRL100Because this is a newer version.18:23
MikeRL100Point is, it works on a fresh install on another machine. But not on this one.18:24
MikeRL100I'm going to try using it via a guest account.18:24
Bog4r7That seems to be a common problem on ubuntu,18:24
bekksBog4r7: What exactly?18:24
Bog4r7Official package is old so ppl use a ppa instead.18:24
Bog4r7I'm doing that for opengl now.18:25
bekksBog4r7: Not being bleeding edge isnt being old ;)18:25
MikeRL100Well, odd.18:25
MikeRL100The guest account has the menu bar showing as a standard menu as well.18:26
MikeRL100My laptop, which just had Ubuntu installed, works with the same PPA version.18:26
TJ-MikeRL100: does your regular login have the environment variable for the Ubity proxy_menu set?18:26
MikeRL100How can I tell?18:26
MikeRL100Would resetting Unity help?18:27
TJ-MikeRL100: in a terminal "echo $UBUNTU_MENUPROXY"18:27
Quatrokingis there a program that'll show system specs and disk usage over HTTP?18:27
MikeRL100Returns a blank line, TJ.18:27
bodhi_zazenQuatroking, webmin18:27
bekksQuatroking: Are you looking for a monitoring solution?18:27
Quatrokingbekks, somewhat I suppose18:28
TJ-MikeRL100: how about in gsettings: "gsettings get com.canonical.Unity integrated-menus"18:28
Quatrokingbodhi_zazen, thanks, I'll look into it18:28
bekks!webmin | bodhi_zazen18:28
ubottubodhi_zazen: webmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. It is not compatible with the way that Ubuntu packages handle configuration files, and is likely to cause unexpected issues with your system.18:28
bekksQuatroking: Do not use webmin.18:28
Quatrokingbodhi_zazen, I will not look into it18:28
MikeRL100You think a setting got messed up?18:28
TJ-MikeRL100: you want the menus integrated in the global menu?18:28
MikeRL100TJ, Well, for Libreoffice.18:29
QuatrokingBut yeah I just set up deluge with webui, samba, http, php, mysql etc. and I was hoping to find some solution to monitor specs and disk usage remotely but not through ssh18:29
MikeRL100Everything is set to integrate into the global emnu.18:29
TJ-MikeRL100: for global its "gsettings set com.canonical.Unity integrated-menus true" - no sure it can be set per-application18:29
MikeRL100But for some reason, Libreoffice won't.18:29
bekksQuatroking: If you are looking for a monitoringy solution, thats way different from "specs and disk usage over http" :)18:29
Quatrokingspecis and disk usage monitoring?18:30
Quatrokingspecs also18:30
bekksQuatroking: You may want to take a look into icinga18:30
Quatrokingreally all I'd need is cpu, ram and disk usage, now I think of it18:30
MikeRL100Still messed up.18:31
MikeRL100I want the menus in the global menu, not LIMs.18:31
TJ-MikeRL100: did you remove indictor-appmenu ?18:31
MikeRL100Maybe I installed something extra that broke it.18:31
Quatrokingbekks, that looks fancy18:31
MikeRL100I think it's something extra I may have installed from Ubuntu's PPAs related to LO that's no updated with the new PPAs.18:32
MikeRL100Let me purge all that stuff and try installing just Libreoffice as it is.18:32
TJ-MikeRL100: You'd need to review the package installation list/history, then18:32
m_how are you18:34
MikeRL100I also tried exporting the PPAs on the desktop to the laptop via Y PPA Manager.18:34
MikeRL100But who knows? If it missed a PPA for Libreoffice, it may explain some issues.18:35
SazpaimonCan someone suggest a remote desktop application that supports multiple users and works well with video playing on the remote system?18:35
SazpaimonI've found that something like VNC slows down the entire desktop to a crawl when there's video playing18:35
owen1is there a screen recording software that also record the webcam?18:36
MonkeyDustowen1  i guess shutter can do both18:39
owen1MonkeyDust: sorry. i am talking about screen recording in video.18:40
MikeRL100I fixed it. Good news.18:40
owen1maybe https://launchpad.net/kazam ?18:40
MikeRL100Thanks for the help, though, guys.18:40
MikeRL100I just want to have help as a backup. (-:18:41
owen1kazam's homepage looks so terrible18:41
MikeRL100I fixed it by purging all the stuff related to it, and then installing the libreoffice package and all related stuff.18:41
owen1and why don't they host their code on github18:41
MikeRL100My guess is that maybe the GNOME or GTK3 packages caused issues.18:41
MikeRL100Just glad the offending packages are gone. I was getting sick of having to use my Windows install with 365 or Android device with Google Docs to get documents edited.18:43
MikeRL100Those PPA versions autoupgraded, but some stuff that worked before broke along the way.18:43
MikeRL100Anyhow, it seems that I see way less graphical issues than in previous builds, and now that the breakage is worked around, I can get back to using LO.18:44
imthenachomanhey guys. i know how to take a backup of a full system but i'm wondering, once i have everything running i could just take a backup of /etc to get config files and then export a list of all installed packages. right? and i'm wondering if there are any tools that do this.18:45
jnianyone there18:46
imthenachomani guess /etc, /var, and /home18:46
MonkeyDustjni  it works, we see you18:47
TJ-imthenachoman: Yes, there's "debfoster" which will create the list of top-most packages that when installed will install all the required dependencies18:48
jnisomeone answered hoooooooorrrrrayyyyyy18:48
jnihow you doing18:48
MonkeyDustjni  this is the support channel18:48
TJ-imthenachoman: if you don't mind losing the auto-installed markers in the target, you can use "dpkg --get-selections"  "dpkg --set-selections"18:48
owen1how to install kazam? i am on ubuntu 15.04 and run: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kazam-team/unstable-series && sudo apt-get update but i see: 'W: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/kazam-team/unstable-series/ubuntu/dists/vivid/main/binary-i386/Packages  404  Not Found'18:50
wileeeowen1, PPA's are not supported here, unless no other option and you have to be sure a ppa has releases for your release.18:51
ubuntui'm realli trying for ours installing pygtk!!!!!!!!!!!!!!18:51
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Guest37753im going crazy please D:18:51
Guest37753im really tryng for *hours18:52
wileee!details | Guest37753 if you have not already18:52
ubottuGuest37753 if you have not already: 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)18:52
owen1wileee: oh. so where can i get help about installing using ppa?18:53
Bashing-omowen1: " http://ppa.launchpad.net/kazam-team/unstable-series/ubuntu/dists/ ' the list does not include vivid . Maybe ask the maintainer if 15.10 will be supported ?18:53
owen1Bashing-om: thanks!18:53
owen1Bashing-om: where did u find that?18:53
imthenachomanTJ-: awesome. thanks18:53
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Bashing-omowen1: From the link you provided .18:54
wileeeowen1, what Bashing-om gave you I eluded to, the ppa having a release for your release, you can find them directlym they have web pages, don't just add them without checking is all.18:54
Guest37753after downloading "pygtk-2.24.0.tar" and unpacking it.. I run cd ... than config... in the and of all I get this )18:55
Guest37753checking for PYGOBJECT... no18:55
Guest37753configure: error: Package requirements (pygobject-2.0 >= 2.21.3) were not met:18:55
Guest37753No package 'pygobject-2.0' found18:55
Guest37753Consider adjusting the PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if you18:55
Guest37753installed software in a non-standard prefix.18:55
MonkeyDustGuest37753  next time, use a pastebin18:56
Guest37753I really sorry... what is a pastebin?18:56
DJones!pastebin | Guest3775318:56
ubottuGuest37753: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.18:56
Guest37753now i Know ^^18:57
* imthenachoman has to hand it to some of the experts that help in this chat...18:57
owen1Bashing-om: is there a link from https://launchpad.net/~kazam-team/+archive/ubuntu/stable-series to the page you find?18:58
wileeetux38, Can we help you?18:58
owen1i am trying to understand how to find that myself18:58
TJ-!info python-gtk vivid | Guest3775318:58
ubottuGuest37753: Package python-gtk does not exist in vivid18:58
TJ-!info python-gtk2 vivid | Guest3775318:58
ubottuGuest37753: python-gtk2 (source: pygtk): Python bindings for the GTK+ widget set. In component main, is optional. Version 2.24.0-3ubuntu4 (vivid), package size 584 kB, installed size 3374 kB18:58
owen1i don't think the web interface of launchpad is very intuitive18:58
tux38Add a new repo server18:58
Guest37753how i get it please on ubuntu studio?18:58
wileeeowen1, PPA is the key there ppa kazam on the web should show it in a search list.18:59
TJ-owen1: Look in the "Series" column of the Technical package list: https://launchpad.net/~kazam-team/+archive/ubuntu/unstable-series/+packages18:59
Guest37753i read about headers needed... that i don't have found18:59
tux38Hey dawg19:00
TJ-Guest37753: what ubuntu release is the PC using? Trusty 14.04 ?19:00
wileeetux38, Please this is support if you want to chat try #ubuntu-offtopic19:00
Guest37753ubuntu studio19:00
Bashing-omowen1: Deom your error report " http://ppa.launchpad.net/kazam-team/unstable-series/ubuntu/dists/vivid/main/binary-i386/Packages  404  Not Found " , pull "  http://ppa.launchpad.net/kazam-team/unstable-series/ubuntu/dists/ ". The last supported release was trusty .19:00
TJ-Guest37753: yes, but which release (version) ?19:00
tux38Sigh some old junk19:01
TJ-Guest37753: "cat /etc/issue"19:01
owen1wileee: Bashing-om TJ- thanks. i had to click on 'View package details19:03
owen1View package details19:03
tux38Gay guy !19:03
owen1and go through the 'series' column. that's a bit convoluted way to find such an important detail. but now i know how. thanks!19:04
owen1if launchpad want to make it easier it should have a visible section on the project homepage that shows what version of ubuntu is supported.19:04
Guest37753sorry TJ not the beta but the latest... i don't know who to find the release19:04
irgendwer4711hi, is there anyone, who got Tremulous working on x64?19:05
tux38Pissy ops19:05
TJ-Guest37753: "cat /etc/issue"19:05
QuatrokingAlright, I got apache, php5, mysql, bittorrent, samba..19:06
tux38Gotta love ops on a power trip19:06
Quatrokingdid I forget any cool stuff for my homeserver?19:06
Guest37753Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS19:06
OerHeksoh, tux38 is back19:06
MonkeyDusttux38  drop the silly random comments19:06
DJonestux38: Ops haven't said a word to you19:06
Guest37753Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS studio19:06
tux38Not here19:06
DJonestux38: If you can't stay on topic, please feel free to find another channel19:06
tux38I didnt type silly random comments bro19:06
tux38Tjank you19:07
TJ-!info python-gtk2 trusty | Guest3775319:07
ubottuGuest37753: python-gtk2 (source: pygtk): Python bindings for the GTK+ widget set. In component main, is optional. Version 2.24.0-3ubuntu3 (trusty), package size 535 kB, installed size 2956 kB19:07
DJonestux38: what ops do in other channels isn't our conecern, if you have an ubuntu support question, please ask it, if not, bear in mind that isn't a chat channel19:07
TJ-Guest37753: as you can see from that, Trusty already has version 2.24, so all you need do is "sudo apt-get install python-gtk2"19:07
tux38Its a chat room !19:08
matt__Does anyone know how I can customize my superkey, so SUPER+T would open the terminal instead of the trash bin19:08
tux38Omg touchy much19:09
Guest37753and why i get these messages when i stry to install "pygtk-2.24.0.tar"19:09
MonkeyDusttux38  are you a lonely teenage girl looking for attention? there are other channels for that19:09
Guest37753whit your command line TJ it seems to be there19:09
TJ-Guest37753: because you haven't installed the build dependencies for the source package19:09
tux38Lay off19:09
TJ-Guest37753: right, so no need to build it then :)19:09
DJonestux38: Either stay on topic, or leave the channel19:10
Guest37753and how to buil the dipendance? so i have one of all :D19:10
Guest37753i need this?19:10
tux38Theres no topic19:10
TJ-Guest37753: There's no need to build the package - you already said its installed from the Ubuntu archive19:10
Guest37753also kann I open a beer for you ^^ thank you...19:11
Guest37753wey much19:11
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vapelyfesup Linux friends19:15
bekksvapelyfe, do you have an ubuntu support questionß19:18
vapelyfeyes i do bekks how can i get chronos on a chromebook c72019:19
bekksvapelyfe: Whats Chronos?19:19
vapelyfeits ubuntu for chromebooks19:20
bekksvapelyfe: Chronos isnt Ubuntu.19:20
vapelyfew.e ur dumb bye19:20
bekksvapelyfe: Good luck in finding support for your issues having that attitude.19:21
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Epic-GamesTry this new Epic Amazing Game now from Youtube with an amazing graphics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l2VnFpbnffM19:26
DJonesEpic-Games: No.19:28
DJones!topic | Epic-Games19:28
DiplomatGuys, I have a strange issue.. when i write "ip r" it shows me my ips and stuff.. but one ip is tied to a wrong route. Any ideas how I could remove that route ?19:28
ubottuEpic-Games: Please read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic19:28
DiplomatDJones: it's a bot19:29
DJonesDiplomat: Probably, but it gets a chance19:30
DiplomatWell, it posted that youtube link (i assume it was a youtube link, i didnt see it myself) to #openstack too19:30
TJ-Diplomat: "ip route del <spec...>"19:32
Diplomatsweet thanks19:32
Gh0st-what is the best way to retain windows bootloader and Ubuntu loader when you are getting grub rescue?19:34
Gh0st-hello mr_linux19:36
Gh0st-can I use EasyBCD to add ubuntu bootloader into Windows?19:38
bekksGh0st-: thats a question for the Windows support. Ubuntu doesnt have "EasyBCD".19:38
EriC^^Gh0st-: if you're getting grub rescue then you need to fix that first to boot ubuntu19:40
Gh0st-EriC^^: hmm19:40
EriC^^Gh0st-: boot a live usb and come back19:41
Gh0st-EriC^^: what is the best way to repair? can I use UI tool?19:41
curiousxEriC^^, just a suggestion, i got an almost dead HDD with 120 gbs in there that i want to rescue, what would be the safest way to get that data back to another HDD19:43
EriC^^curiousx: i'd say use ddrescue to make an image first19:44
Gh0st-EriC^^: ok19:44
EriC^^!info gddrescue19:44
ubottugddrescue (source: gddrescue): GNU data recovery tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.19-1 (vivid), package size 105 kB, installed size 373 kB19:44
curiousxEriC^^, oh! ty, ill see that software, btw the damaged HDD doesnt have bad sectors, it just reads and write very slow, i dont mean to fix it just get the data back, so ill see ddrescue19:45
EriC^^curiousx: ok :)19:46
meonetehcan you tell me how to install google earth in Lubuntu 15.04 32bit system  safely ??19:47
Gh0st-EriC^^: I am on Live USB now19:47
jeffrey_fcuriousx: Pull to a new HDD.  It may not have bad sectors, that just means the media, where data exists, is ok......19:47
bekks!info google-earth19:47
ubottuPackage google-earth does not exist in vivid19:47
meonetehbekks ; so what do i do then ??19:48
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999919:48
bekksmeoneteh: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GoogleEarth19:49
curiousxjeffrey_f, yeah! the media it's ok,  but idk i was thinking maybe this disk stop workin in between backin' the data back, then i said, maybe i should try a software that is safest :p19:49
Gh0st-paste here or your notice?19:50
EriC^^Gh0st-: paste here19:50
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo cgdisk /dev/sda19:51
EriC^^go down to the ext4 partition, and choose type > 830019:51
marcos__help in spanish please19:51
Gh0st-EriC^^: would I be able to boot into windows as well?19:52
owen1is there a screen recording video that also records the webcam and works with 15.04?19:52
Gh0st-just saying?19:52
EriC^^Gh0st-: yeah19:52
Gh0st-EriC^^: thanks for your help19:52
Gh0st-let me do that19:52
meonetehbekks> yesterday i entered some of those command in the terminal and i trashed my system , i don't know what happened , and i had to reinstall again , so am afraid of doing it again19:52
bekksmeoneteh: "some of those" means what exactly?19:53
bekksmeoneteh: And "trashed my system" is pretty generic.19:53
meonetehsudo apt-get install libc6-i386 libglib2.0-0:i386 libsm6:i386   or  libglu1-mesa:i386 libgl1-mesa-glx:i386 libxext6:i386 \19:54
bekksmeoneteh: So if you dont want to install google-earth, dont install it.19:54
Gh0st-EriC^^: can't find ext4? :/19:54
bekksmeoneteh: "or"?19:54
marcos__hello. where can i find help in spanish19:54
bekks!es | marcos__19:54
ubottumarcos__: 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.19:54
meonetehbekks ; actually i find that wiki tutorial very confusing , is there a simpler one ?19:55
EriC^^Gh0st-: it should be the 52gb partition 2nd from the bottom19:55
bekksmeoneteh: What exactly is confusing for you?19:55
Gh0st-48.6  gb19:55
meonetehbekks ; i never used google earth befor and i am trying it  the first time in Lubuntu19:56
EriC^^Gh0st-: press type, see what it says19:56
bekksmeoneteh: And what is confusing for you in that article?19:56
meonetehbekks : do i need to follow the steps 1 , 2 3  exactly as it mentioned19:57
Gh0st-EriC^^: current type is 070019:57
bekksmeoneteh: Yes.19:57
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, set it to 830019:57
EriC^^Gh0st-: press write19:58
Gh0st-now itsays Linux File System19:58
Gh0st-are you sure you want to write partition table?19:59
meonetehbekks : the google earth website link is not working they should updated or somthing19:59
Gh0st-EriC^^: Warning this might destroy data on your disk?19:59
bekksmeoneteh: the link works fine here.19:59
EriC^^Gh0st-: yes20:00
Gh0st-EriC^^: done!20:00
meonetehbekks> so why it's not working in my side ?20:01
Gh0st-asking for reboot20:01
bekksmeoneteh: Yes.20:01
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type sudo partprobe20:01
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 9999 again20:01
EriC^^Gh0st-: well, it doesn't show the type anymore20:03
Gh0st-EriC^^: which means?20:03
EriC^^Gh0st-: anyways np, type sudo mount /dev/sda11 /mnt20:03
BanjooieHey, maybe now that there's more people--I'm having a weird issue with tinyfugue, which is a terminal telnet client, ever since I installed a new laptop keyboard.20:03
BanjooieIt only accepts input for the first second I open the program.20:03
meonetehbekks : so after downloading just run it gedebi installer and thats all ?20:03
Gh0st-EriC^^: done20:03
EriC^^Gh0st-: maybe it needs a reboot to show it, it's ok anyways20:03
EriC^^Gh0st-: type cat /mnt/etc/fstab | nc termbin.com 999920:04
meonetehnekks  ; what is lsb-core ?20:05
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, well, windows is using uefi i think, cause you have an efi partition, ubuntu isn't though, for some reason it think it's installed in legacy mode, and it has a bios-boot partition to load grub20:05
EriC^^Gh0st-: type ls -l /sys/firmware/efi20:06
EriC^^does it exist?20:06
Gh0st-let me check20:06
meonetehbekks ; what is it used for ?20:06
meonetehthe lsb-core20:07
Gh0st-EriC^^: ls: cannot access /sys/firmware/efi: No such file or directory20:07
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, which windows are you using?20:07
Gh0st-EriC^^: windows 1020:07
EriC^^ok, can you reboot the live usb in uefi mode somehow?20:07
Gh0st-EriC^^: now sure how20:08
EriC^^try pressing esc, and getting a boot options menu, and choose uefi usb20:08
Gh0st-let me try20:08
bekks!info lsb-core | meoneteh20:08
ubottumeoneteh: lsb-core (source: lsb): Linux Standard Base 4.1 core support package. In component main, is extra. Version 4.1+Debian11ubuntu8 (vivid), package size 26 kB, installed size 149 kB20:08
meonetehbekks ; yes but that doesnt tell what it is used for , i dont have it installed in my system so i nedd to installe it20:10
bekksmeoneteh: So install it.20:10
meonetehbekks : am feeling curious to know20:11
Gh0st-EriC^^: done!20:12
bekksmeoneteh: so use your package management system for getting that information.20:12
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type ls -l /sys/firmware/efi to be sure20:12
Gh0st-can see some text20:13
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999920:13
Gh0st-EriC^^: http://termbin.com/hcas20:13
Maurice2NLcan someone help me with choppy video issue, ubuntu 14.04, acer aspire one?20:14
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type sudo mount /dev/sda11 /mnt20:14
user1__I followed this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware/Player       Now I want to uninstall it. Where was it installed and where might be the uninstall script?20:14
trumplerubuntu has a full iso ? with codecs and most of the repositories preloaded ?20:15
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo mkdir -p /mnt/boot/efi20:15
Gh0st-EriC^^: done20:15
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/boot/efi20:16
Gh0st-EriC^^: done20:16
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type ls -l /mnt/boot/efi20:16
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EriC^^is there an EFI dir there?20:16
Gh0st-EriC^^: yes20:17
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, great20:17
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo blkid /dev/sda120:17
EriC^^grab the UUID by highlighting it, then open another terminal and type sudo nano /mnt/etc/fstab20:17
Bashing-omtrumpler: Many codecs are proprietary, and will not be on the image . Same can be said for some graphics drivers and as well WIFI drivers ..20:17
meonetehbekks ; nice20:17
Gh0st-EriC^^: just highlight what's inside the "" ?20:18
EriC^^Gh0st-: you need to add the line UUID=<uuid here>/boot/efivfatdefaults0120:18
EriC^^Gh0st-: yes, and in the editor press the middle mouse button to paste it after UUID=20:18
Gh0st-EriC^^: done20:19
Maurice2NLhi, anyone can help me with video issues on my acer aspire one d270?20:19
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, save the file with ctrl+o20:19
Gh0st-EriC^^: <> without this right?20:20
EriC^^Gh0st-: yes20:20
bekksMaurice2NL: that device is horribly slow, if thats your isssue.20:20
trumplerBashing-om: but what about the restricted extras ? are they also third party stuffs20:20
Gh0st-EriC^^: done20:20
Maurice2NLI added 4 gb ddr3 ram, works fine with windows now but not with ubuntu...20:21
EriC^^Gh0st-: for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done20:21
EriC^^type the whole line Gh0st-20:21
EriC^^Gh0st-: type sudo chroot /mnt20:22
EriC^^you should get a root shell20:22
lele_Hey guys20:22
Gh0st-got it20:22
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type apt-get install --reinstall grub-efi-amd64-signed20:22
lele_I need help, is there any way to install Ubuntu to a hard drive partition without dvd/usb drive?20:23
EriC^^lele_: sure, you can boot it from grub if you already have grub, or grub4dos20:23
EriC^^lele_: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/ISOBoot20:23
Bashing-omtrumpler: Yeah, there are proprietary stuff there .. do in terminal ' apt-cache show ubuntu-restricted-extras ' for the info .20:24
Gh0st-EriC^^: installation finished. No Errors reported20:24
lele_Going to check that out thanks a lot20:24
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type update-grub20:24
Gh0st-EriC^^: Can't access efivars filesystem at /sys/firmware/efi/efivars, aborting20:24
EriC^^lele_: no problem20:24
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OerHeksMaurice2NL, acer aspire one, with intel 3600 a.k.a. cedartrail ?20:24
EriC^^Gh0st-: that sucks20:24
EriC^^Gh0st-: that's after update-grub ?20:24
Gh0st-no before20:25
OerHeksMaurice2NL, it is an old chipset, linux users shiver when they read that.20:25
EriC^^Gh0st-: try from another terminal sudo modprobe efivars20:25
Maurice2NLthx, but it is intelN260020:25
Gh0st-EriC^^ Setting up secureboot-db (1.1) ...20:25
OerHeksMaurice2NL, even under windows it gives choppy video20:25
Gh0st-just after that can't access .......20:25
Maurice2NLnope, not under w1020:26
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok20:26
EriC^^Gh0st-: try modprobe from another terminal, then try the apt-get install again from the chroot20:26
EriC^^Gh0st-: also try modprobe efivars from the chroot before apt-get20:26
Gh0st-seems like done20:27
EriC^^did it not error out this time?20:27
Gh0st-EriC^^: no20:27
OerHeksi know it is atom n2600 .. but the GPU is the linux issue. i really surprised that windows 10 works20:27
EriC^^Gh0st-: type efibootmgr -v | nc termbin.com 999920:27
Maurice2NLso nothing to do?20:28
OerHeks1st.it has only 64 mb, linux wants a min128 mb AFAIK.20:28
Gh0st-EriC^^: http://termbin.com/d8uz20:28
Gh0st-EriC^^: I haven't done the second setup you have mentioned?20:28
EriC^^you mean update-grub ?20:29
Gh0st-should I do it?20:29
OerHeksMaurice2NL, no, i think it is a nice doorstopper ( for linux) so keep it for win10 :-)20:29
Petra2hey I am new to ubuntu how can I get started learning and using ubuntu?20:29
Gh0st-EriC^^: Adding boot menu entry for EFI firmware configuration20:30
Maurice2NLyes, thx but I wanted to avoid windows... :(20:30
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type exit20:30
EriC^^then try rebooting20:31
meonetehis it important to have ubuntu-restricted-extras and Java installed ???20:31
bekksmeoneteh: if thos packages provide things you need - yes.20:32
Gh0st-EriC^^: gone straighten to Windows20:32
OerHeksMaurice2NL, according to various posts on intel, there is no good driver to play video for windows too.. so i really wonder .. https://communities.intel.com/message/179195 they even put up petitions:-D20:32
EriC^^Gh0st-: np, it's probably a stubborn bios20:33
meonetehbekks ; what kind of things they provide ?20:33
EriC^^Gh0st-: boot the live usb again20:33
bekksmeoneteh: Do you know what Java is?20:33
Gh0st-EriC^^: oh I have manually started it.20:33
EriC^^Gh0st-: no problem, boot into it20:33
meonetehbekks : it's used for browsing the web i guess20:33
Gh0st-Yeah booting20:33
bekksmeoneteh: Thats wrong.20:34
bekksmeoneteh: https://java.com/en/download/faq/whatis_java.xml20:34
meonetehbekks : for what then ?20:34
meonetehbekks ; so it's a language, so i need it to access application written in java in the web right ?20:35
OerHeksmeoneteh, openJDK is fine. some apps require oracle java, i avoid those.20:35
bekksmeoneteh: No.20:36
curiousxPetra2,  watch some vids on youtube this youtube channel it's not ubuntu only but about linux distros in general: https://www.youtube.com/user/LinuxSpatry20:36
Gh0st-EriC^^: I am in it20:36
bekksmeoneteh: Java is a programming language. And you need that package for using applications written in Java, AND for acessing web content using java.20:36
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, type sudo cp /boot/efi/EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi{,.backup}20:37
EriC^^Gh0st-: i'll let you know what's going on, in case you need to reverse it in the future20:37
Gh0st-EriC^^: do you think we should go ahead?20:37
meonetehand what about ubuntu-restricted-extras20:38
OerHeksmeoneteh, Chrome recently banished plugins like Java and Silverlight (and made auto-playing Flash ads disabled by default), and now Firefox is doing the same source: engadget20:38
Gh0st-EriC^^: I am pretty happy with this ? this is ideal to be honest because my Mrs not have to bother selecting OS20:38
MonkeyDust!restricted | meoneteh20:38
ubottumeoneteh: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also https://help.ubuntu.com/12.04/ubuntu-help/media.html  - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats20:38
OerHeksrestricted extras is nice to start with, some tools, fonts, webplugins and codex.20:38
EriC^^Gh0st-: we're about to make a backup of the microsoft efi file, and copy the ubuntu efi file there renaming it as the microsoft one20:38
bekksmeoneteh: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu-restricted-extras20:38
EriC^^Gh0st-: i highly recommend switching them20:39
Gh0st-EriC^^: does that affect Ubuntu ?20:39
Gh0st-EriC^^: what if we leave the settings as it is?20:40
EriC^^Gh0st-: no, all it does is trick the bios into loading ubuntu when it thinks it's loading windows ( cause it's hardwired to do so )20:40
EriC^^Gh0st-: it will suck, you'll have to manually select ubuntu each time20:40
Gh0st-EriC^^: oh that I think we can leave it alone20:40
Gh0st-EriC^^: yeah I can live withthat20:40
Gh0st-EriC^^: but I must admit this Ubuntu is rather slow for me :/20:40
jnihi anyone speak russian20:40
EriC^^Gh0st-: as you wish, it's easily reversible if you ever decide to remove ubuntu, you just name the .efi.backup as .efi20:41
Gh0st-EriC^^: yeah I think we can leave it for the time being :)20:41
meonetehbekks ; can it allow me to install mplayer gui witch was supported with trusty  in vivid i mean the ubuntu-restricted-extras20:41
Gh0st-EriC^^: but I do apprecite your time and support!20:41
EriC^^Gh0st-: ok, no problem :)20:41
Gh0st-this is sluggish :/20:42
Maurice2NLGallium 0.4 on llvmpipe (LLVM 3.6, 128 bits)20:42
jnianyone speak russian20:42
bekksmeoneteh: No. The mplayer gui is not part of the restricted extras.20:42
Gh0st-EriC^^:  my Fan is constantly on20:42
bpromptmeoneteh:     some apps require java engine to run, Eclipse framework for one, or some apps like jEdit, now, you don't have to run oracle's java, you can use openJDK as already mentioned, which is another branded java engine20:42
Gh0st-I think its the video card20:42
Fuchsjni: in #ubuntu-ru, probably20:42
cloaked1So I need to boot into my 15.04 in single user mode and run some stuff requiring network. Only, when I boot into single user mode, my eth0 doesn't show up. So, what's the trick? I can't even find the fix using the Googles and the Internets.20:42
EriC^^Gh0st-: type ps aux | sort -k 3 | nc termbin.com 999920:42
EriC^^Gh0st-: probably something is wrong20:42
jniWhy u all ignoreing me20:43
bekks!ru | jni20:43
ubottujni: Пожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.20:43
lele_Do I need grub to install native linux in a hard drive partition without a usb/dvd drive?20:43
MonkeyDustjni  type /j #ubuntu-ru20:43
meonetehbekks : and there is no way to get it in my vivid system as far as you know20:43
bpromptjni:    hmmm haven't seen a posting myself, did you ask anything yet?20:43
Gh0st-EriC^^: paste here?20:44
EriC^^Gh0st-: yes paste the link here20:44
cloaked1when I issue the command: systemctl start network, I get the error: Failed to start network.service: Unit network.service failed to load: No such file or directory.20:45
bekks!info mplayer-gui | meoneteh20:45
ubottumeoneteh: Package mplayer-gui does not exist in vivid20:45
cloaked1for the record, I am really not liking systemd20:45
bekksmeoneteh: I never used that gui.20:45
EriC^^Gh0st-: kind of odd firefox is using 51%20:45
OerHekscloaked1, sudo service networking start20:45
Gh0st-yeah :/20:45
EriC^^Gh0st-: if you type top in the terminal, what do you get?20:45
curiousxmeoneteh, try mpv20:46
meonetehbekks : I like it it's so fast20:46
Gh0st-EriC^^: damn firefox20:46
cloaked1OerHeks: I'm in single user mode. :) No need to use sudo. And it didn't work...though, good suggestion. I think there's something else that needs to be done.20:46
bekksmeoneteh: It is as fast as all the other players.20:46
EriC^^Gh0st-: try updating it maybe, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade20:47
EriC^^Gh0st-: which graphics driver are you using? type lspci -k | grep -A2 VGA | nc termbin.com 999920:47
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zprochow can i ask apt-get to re install a package please?20:47
zprocto force a reinstall..20:47
EriC^^zproc: sudo apt-get install --reinstall <package>20:47
zprocthanks EriC^^20:48
EriC^^no problem20:48
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BlackFlagI have troble with login in Ubuntu 14.04 32bit. I already removed .ICEauthority and .Xauthority and rebooted, but still doesn't work.20:48
Gh0st-EriC^^: not working20:48
EriC^^BlackFlag: does the guest account work?20:48
BlackFlagI will try20:49
Gh0st-EriC^^: I am running this at the mo  sudo apt-get dist-upgrade20:49
EriC^^did you run update before it?20:49
Gh0st-apt-get udpate20:49
Gh0st-and then this  sudo apt-get dist-upgrade20:49
mstfaBlackFlag: Do you get an error message?20:49
BlackFlagEriC^^, Guest also doesn't work20:50
EriC^^BlackFlag: ok, type lspci | grep VGA | nc termbin.com 999920:50
cloaked1use of "service networking start" still doesn't get my eth0 up. Really frustrating.20:50
BlackFlagmstfa, no, I put the password and press enter, and then gets back to login screen.20:50
meonetehbekks : i have just installed google earth and when i launched it i got an error , http://imgur.com/y9jBTJf20:50
cloaked1single usermode; networking won't come up.20:50
bekkscloaked1: Sounds like a broken network configuration.20:50
cloaked1Bekks: works in full usermode, though.20:51
OerHekscloaked1, i guess you choose the wrong line when you booted in recovery mode, without networking20:51
cloaked1perhaps that's because of NetworkManager?20:51
bekkscloaked1: What is "full user mode"?20:51
meonetehbekks> do  i need to have an account ?20:51
bekksmeoneteh: So use a correct URL.20:51
cloaked1bekks: init 3/5/620:51
cloaked1I'm in init120:51
bekkscloaked1: There arent runlevels on Ubuntu anymore, since ages.20:51
cloaked1bekks: I know. I'm using that as a reference since I'm really not sure what the analogous term(s) would be.20:52
meonetehbekks ; ?20:52
cloaked1bekks: where would I fix a broken network configuration from CLI in single usermode?20:53
BlackFlagEriC^^, the output is "http://termbin.com/hhk920:53
bekkscloaked1: In the /etc/network/interfaces file.20:53
cloaked1lemme go take a looksee.20:53
mstfaBlackFlag: can you provide a pastebin of /var/log/lightdm/lightdm.log?20:53
EriC^^BlackFlag: ok, type dpkg -l | grep nvidia | nc termbin.com 999920:54
Gh0st-EriC^^: lots of things are unpacking20:54
Gh0st-I literally get blown away by all these efforts for creating Ubuntu20:55
cloaked1ok, that gives me a hint. bbiab. Thanks bekks20:55
meonetehcan anyone help me with this problem please http://imgur.com/y9jBTJf20:56
Gh0st-EriC^^: all done20:56
Gh0st-how can I check about the graphic card?20:57
EriC^^Gh0st-: lspci -k | grep -A2 VGA20:57
EriC^^should say the graphics card and current driver in use20:57
Bashing-omcloaked1: Is there a particular reason for 'single user mode ' ? the boot parameter " systemd.unit=multi-user.target " will boot with netowrking . esle once can acivate networking in single with ' systemctl enable NetworkManager.servocesystemctl enable NetworkManager.service ; systemctl start NetworkManager.service ' . In my little experience .20:57
Gh0st-EriC^^: yeah I can see20:57
bekksmeoneteh: Did you try putting that exact message into the search engine of your choice? ;)20:57
Gh0st-EriC^^: how would I know that it is working fine?20:58
BlackFlagmstfa, http://pastebin.com/bL536W2s20:58
meonetehbekks ; yes , but i didnt find a solution20:58
EriC^^Gh0st-: oh, just remembered, go to the dash and type additional drivers20:58
Gh0st-EriC^^: ?20:59
mstfaBlackFlag: I take it you're using Xubuntu?20:59
Bashing-omcloaked1: Bad paste . try as " systemctl enable NetworkManager.service ; systemctl start NetworkManager.service " .20:59
EriC^^Gh0st-: it should say what the recommended driver is and any options you have for other ones21:00
Gh0st-dash: 5: additional: not found21:00
EriC^^Gh0st-: i mean the first icon in the launcher to the left21:00
bekksmeoneteh: Doing it shows plenty of results to me.21:00
EriC^^Gh0st-: this command should give info about unity /usr/lib/nux/unity_support_test -p21:01
BlackFlagmstfa, I did apt-get install xubuntu-desktop over the standart ubuntu21:01
Gh0st-oh got it21:01
Gh0st-sorry :)21:01
BlackFlagEriC^^, the output is "Use netcat."21:01
meonetehbekks : am reading and searching but nothing usefull found21:01
meonetehtill now21:01
mstfaBlackFlag: It says there's an authentication failure, it's possible that your user folder wasn't properly updated.21:01
EriC^^BlackFlag: ok, type sudo apt-get install pastebinit , then dpkg -l | grep nvidia | pastebinit21:02
mstfaBlackFlag: try the following: $ sudo chown -R <user>:<user> /home/<user>21:02
priHELP Hello can anyone help me with Ubuntu on Surface ?21:03
priI want to boot Ubuntu from USB, but I cannot select 'Try ubuntu' on BIOS screen21:04
OerHekspri,  what surface, 1 2 or 3?21:04
priOerHeks Surface 321:05
meonetehbekks ; the qs is why google earth is not connecting with the servers , do i need to configure my router and open some ports ?21:05
TJ-meoneteh: What login details are you trying? Google Earth Pro went 'free' some time ago so the login changed to be your usual G.E. login email address and the licence "GEPFREE" ?21:05
Gh0st-EriC^^: fan is still constantly on21:05
priOerHeks, can you please please help ? I have tried everything, I can move up and down using the volume buttons but there is no way I can select21:06
bekksmeoneteh: No, you dont need to do that.21:06
EriC^^Gh0st-: what does top show?21:06
Gh0st-EriC^^: still firefox21:07
meonetehTJ-> what do you mean , note do i need to  use my gmail account or something ?21:07
OerHekspri, nope, no clue with that one, maybe someone else here in this channel ?21:07
Gh0st-EriC^^: is there any other browser?21:07
EriC^^Gh0st-: there's chrome21:08
Gh0st-ok let me have it21:08
priOerHeks, do you know about the other Surface ?21:08
pri1 or 2 ?21:08
EriC^^Gh0st-: ^21:08
OerHekspri, according to this post, you need an USB keyboard http://www.geek.com/microsoft/linux-users-rejoice-heres-ubuntu-on-the-surface-pro-3-1594864/21:09
TJ-meoneteh: There used to be 2 versions of G.E.: 'free' and 'pro' (paid for plus extra features). All features became free and 'pro' version login/licence was changed to be the same for everyone. I wondered if you'd configured it with login info that is incorrect now21:09
OerHekspri, and then a lot of tweaking :-(21:09
TJ-meoneteh: otherwise, if there is a genuine network connection problem, I'd suspect the wine configuration (it looks as if you are using the Windows version, not Linux)21:10
priOerHeks, but there is only one USB port in the device. I have a wireless keyboard using USB emitter that I connecter using a cable, but it does not work :(21:10
BlackFlagThank you mstfa, and EriC^^ ! I will try later.21:10
mstfaBlackFlag: good luck!21:11
EriC^^BlackFlag: np, try an older kernel, it might work, also installing the headers and reinstalling the nvidia driver might help21:11
Gh0st-EriC^^: on it now21:11
Gh0st-EriC^^: how can I see my Fan speed and what causing it to go faster?21:11
meonetehTJ-> i didnt install wine and i follewed this tutorial https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GoogleEarth21:11
EriC^^Gh0st-: firefox is making it go faster i think21:11
Gh0st-EriC^^: yeah I can see the difference now21:12
meoneteh TJ- ; should i change my installation method ?21:12
Gh0st-I can bearly hear it21:12
Gh0st-EriC^^: I want the MAC theme on it? which one would you recommend?21:12
EriC^^Gh0st-: sudo apt-get install lm-sensors , then type sensors to see the cpu temp21:12
EriC^^!themes | Gh0st-21:13
ubottuGh0st-: Find your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://kubuntu-art.org - http://themes.freecode.com/tags/theme - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy21:13
Gh0st-EriC^^: is there any same like MAC?21:13
EriC^^i think so21:13
TJ-meoneteh: No. The screenshot dialogs looked a lot like the wine/windows renderings. If you installed the linux version it should be good. Check the PC can connect to the server that is reported as a problem "ping kh.google.com"21:14
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coffeeguycan one use partitioner while logged into ubuntu21:14
MonkeyDustcoffeeguy  can you repair a car while driving?21:15
wileeecoffeeguy, For what exactly?21:15
TJ-coffeeguy: Yes - but whether what you want to do with it is sane depends on the detail21:15
coffeeguyi have a 3tb drive i'd like to split up, it's doesn't have the ubuntu os on it21:15
meonetehTJ- : i can ping  kh.google.com21:15
TJ-meoneteh: That's good then. When pinging that server does a fresh start of G.E. still report the error?21:16
TJ-meoneteh: also; is your local network/gateway using IPv6?21:17
meonetehTJ- : yes it does21:17
coffeeguyubuntu is on an ssd, and the 2nd drive is storage but all ntfs with some things i'd like to keep on it but would like to make part of it etf21:17
coffeeguylinux fs*21:17
TJ-meoneteh: Is this the first time you've used G.E. from this PC and user?21:18
meonetehTJ- : yes21:18
TJ-meoneteh: in other words - could there be a previous log-in configuration file causing confusion21:18
meoneteham using ipv421:18
TJ-meoneteh: I thought you were but worth asking.21:18
meonetehTJ- ;no absolotly not i've just installed lubuntu today21:19
coffeeguyi think i just need to get g-partition21:19
meonetehTJ ; i read those forum that suggested the ipv6 have something to do with this21:20
TJ-meoneteh: I wonder if your local ISP/country is filtering/blocking the G.E. site21:20
TJ-meoneteh: Well, I can reach kh.google.com using IPv4 and IPv621:21
TJ-meoneteh: what IP address are you given when doing "dig +short kh.google.com"21:21
meonetehTJ- ; i cant reach it from the browser only from terminal with ping command21:21
meonetehTJ- ; http://paste.ubuntu.com/12831541/21:23
TJ-meoneteh: which is why I wonder about some kind of ISP filter - web-sites use TCP protocol port 80 and is often filtered; ping uses ICMP21:23
meonetehTJ-; how can you be so sure  ?21:24
meonetehTJ- ; and can i bypass that if thats the case ?21:25
dm_compjoin #kvm21:25
TJ-meoneteh: I tested accessing the first server on your list and get what appears to be a genuine Google server response21:25
meonetehTJ- ; which means ?21:26
TJ-meoneteh: try this.. "wget -O -" ... do you see a LOT of raw HTML/Javascript ?21:26
TJ-meoneteh: I see that ending with "if(google.j&&google.j.en&&google.j.xi){window.setTimeout(google.j.xi,0);} "21:27
meonetehTJ- ; yes , somthing like that http://paste.ubuntu.com/12831677/21:30
TJ-meoneteh: OK, so it looks like a local PC problem for sure, not a network filtering issue21:30
TJ-meoneteh: is your PC/user account configured to use a HTTP proxy ?21:32
meonetehTJ- ; am not sure , how can i check that ? but am not using any proxy21:32
meonetehor vpn21:32
bekks!list | mrrobot_21:33
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TJ-meoneteh: let's check all the libraries G.E. requires are installed: do "ldd $(which googleearth-bin | grep 'not found' "21:34
TJ-meoneteh: sorry, a typo there... "ldd $( which googleearth-bin) | grep 'not found' "21:35
meonetehTJ- ; it says  ldd: missing file arguments21:38
TJ-meoneteh: hmm, maybe 'which' didn't find the path to the executable21:38
TJ-meoneteh: where is G.E. installed? under /opt/google/earth/free/ ?21:39
meonetehTJ-> ; Yes21:39
TJ-meoneteh: try putting the path in manually: "ldd /opt/google/earth/free/googleearth-bin | grep 'not found' "21:40
meonetehTJ- : http://paste.ubuntu.com/12831997/21:41
Gh0st-EriC^^: Thanks a lot for all your time and support dude!21:41
EriC^^Gh0st-: no problem!21:41
Gh0st-EriC^^: I am not using MAC theme21:42
TJ-meoneteh: Aha! we make progress21:42
EriC^^nice :)21:42
meonetehTJ- : it says not found21:42
NathanielHillHi, I'm trying to install ubuntu-server-amd64 on my laptop from USB and it says it cannot mount the install CDROM??21:42
NathanielHillis this a virtual drive it's trying to mount or what?21:43
TJ-meoneteh: Let's start with "sudo ldconfig /opt/google/earth/free"  then do "ldd /opt/google/earth/free/googleearth-bin | grep 'not found' " again; this time there should only be 1 library not found21:44
TJ-NathanielHill: which Ubuntu release? There's a known issue when the installer cannot find its own media device21:46
NathanielHillTJ-: 14.04.321:46
NathanielHillTJ-: I was trying to use the minimal iso since I have no bandwidth here and will not use ubuntus desktop setup anyway21:46
NathanielHillTJ-: that didnt work, so now trying server iso21:47
meonetehTJ- ; no library at all http://paste.ubuntu.com/12832079/21:47
NathanielHillTJ-: also, the minimal iso's are not EFI bootable21:48
meonetehTJ- ; am not sure what that indicates ?21:49
TJ-meoneteh: Well, that is good! no missing libraries. Try restarting G.E. now21:50
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Gh0st-EriC^^: what would you recommend to do on Ubuntu for newbies?21:51
TJ-NathanielHill: the installer is failing to find the device it is running from. There are several possible causes unfortunately, from buggy firmware confusing the OS, to strange interaction of the USB ports, and of course corrupted bits on the media itself, or corruption whilst reading the media21:52
EriC^^Gh0st-: the click to minimize the launcher icon is nice21:52
EriC^^Gh0st-: get the mp3 codecs and stuff from the restricted-extras21:53
TJ-NathanielHill: comment #2 in this forum thread is one issue that can occur: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=155031721:53
meonetehTJ- ; am going to do a restart and see21:53
EriC^^Gh0st-: yeah you enable the multiverse repo and install it21:55
EriC^^also enable the universe repo too21:55
Gh0st-:) and how would I do that?21:55
EriC^^Gh0st-: dash > software and sources21:55
jasondockersWaht is the shortcut to bring up the multiple monitors bar / menu?21:57
jasondockersTo extend monitors21:57
TwinkletoesDue to the network config of my provider (gateway on non-reachable address), I've got to setup a separate box which I just want to forward packets in both directions across interfaces. Using ufw and a POSTROUTING rule in the *nat table, I can get outbound working, but not inbound. What would I need?21:58
TwinkletoesIs this what they call 1:1 NAT, and what would the ufw setup be for this?@21:58
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jasondockersI can't use my monitors without that keyboard shortcut22:01
jasondockersthe normal settings don't work22:01
jasondockersit's a bug, I believe22:01
Gh0st-EriC^^: okie doke!22:02
Gh0st-EriC^^: :) THanks22:02
Gh0st-jasondockers: ?22:03
jasondockersUbuntu is completely useless. It hasn't answered a single question I've ever had over the span of years.22:03
EriC^^Gh0st-: no problem22:04
dl9Hey Every one22:04
TwinkletoesGh0st: I don't think he understands that people here are jsut normal people, not ubuntu support22:04
Gh0st-Twinkletoes: lol22:05
redwolftsimonq2, ping22:05
tsimonq2redwolf: thanks, it works like I want to...carry on!22:05
PanoramixNeed some help with an Ubuntu box22:12
NathanielHillHow can I see where my usb devices are in /dev on an install shell?22:12
NathanielHillno lsusb and dmesg isnt helping22:12
daftykinsPanoramix: ask22:12
PanoramixUbuntu 14 installed a few months ago in a windows/linux mixed set of machines. was working fine till 2 days ago: suring net, accessing network printers, accessing windows shares from linux, accessing linux shares from windows, etc...22:14
wileeeNathanielHill, fdisk ?22:14
NathanielHillwileee: not available22:14
TJ-NathanielHill: Trying to remember what is available in the installer shell... maybe "lsblk" or "blkid" ?22:14
wileeeNathanielHill, Ah, was not sure if you had a cli on the mini22:14
NathanielHillim in cli on 14.04-server iso now22:15
wileeeor more there heh22:15
TJ-NathanielHill: "cat /proc/partitions", also  "ls -l /sys/block/*"22:15
NathanielHillmini is does not recognize wireless card, server iso does not mount iso correctly22:15
NathanielHilllucky me22:15
PanoramixInstalled frostwire and deluge After that no DNS resolution. I can still access the shares both ways, I can print to the network printers22:15
PanoramixUninstalled frostwire and deluge . rebooted, same.22:16
wileeeNathanielHill, You have grub onboard to boot with?22:16
wileeethe HD22:16
NathanielHillwileee: well, looks like the is is mounted to /media22:16
NathanielHillwileee: how do I tell the installer where to find it?22:16
wileeeI wondered if media22:16
daftykinsPanoramix: check /etc/resolv.conf22:16
PanoramixI can ping and others, I cannot resolve DNS22:16
NathanielHillwileee: no, haven't actually touched the HD yet still original windows image22:16
wileeeNathanielHill, You would have grub find the iso22:16
PanoramixIdid \22:17
NathanielHillwileee: well, it finds it fine and boots into the installer, then the installer says CDROM not found22:17
TJ-wileee: it's not GRUB; it's the debian-installer failing to find the media it is running from :)22:17
daftykinsNathanielHill: sounds like your media is busted.22:17
PanoramixSorry.  I did rebuild the link for resolv.conf:  sudo dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf.22:17
daftykinsPanoramix: what does it contain...22:17
wileeeTJ-, True, I was going to reword that correct, I use grml22:17
PanoramixDid    Added and in the resolver.22:17
PanoramixCommented out the dns=dnsmasq line in /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf.22:18
daftykins"the resolver"22:18
PanoramixVerified nmcli dev list iface eth0 | grep IP4.DNS: IP4.DNS[1]: IP4.DNS[2]: IP4.DNS[3]:
daftykinsyou should purge resolvconf and hardcode resolv.conf22:18
PanoramixDid that already22:18
daftykinsright so 1.1 is your first22:18
PanoramixFound that port 53 is closed22:19
NathanielHillI used rufus to make the usb, I could try dd mode instead of iso mode; or try pendrive linux maybe?22:19
daftykinstest a manual query to google DNS22:19
PanoramixBut no firewall22:19
daftykinssudo iptables -L22:19
TJ-Panoramix: what nameserver is /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf pointing to?22:19
PanoramixDid ping That works. Ping www.yahoo.com fails22:19
nineoh8Hey, I've had some problems installing wine on my new kubuntu install22:19
nineoh8It says that wine is unable to be found?22:20
Panoramixseems DNS functionalities went down the drain22:20
wileeenineoh8, What release? You've run an update?22:20
nineoh8Latest release22:21
nineoh8I can't use my wireless adapter without running the exe, so I can't connect to interent22:21
nineoh8exe in the install disc that is22:21
daftykinsPanoramix: so as i said, test a manual query22:21
nineoh8Is there any workaround to not having internet connection when trying to install wine?22:22
nineoh8From what I've seen online the wine package is found even without internet connection22:22
daftykinsdownload it and copy it over, then install the .deb22:23
Panoramixdaftykins, using dig? fails just the same22:23
daftykinsyou'll need all dependencies too22:23
NathanielHillSo, I'm trying to install ubuntu without getting all the desktop bloat (I'll use a lightweight wm, mostly terminal work). I've tried the minimal iso, now trying the server iso, then onto the desktop iso if I have to. Is there an easy way to see/remove installed packages with apt-get?22:23
NathanielHillOr can someone point me to a good tutorial on debloating?22:23
daftykinsNathanielHill: can you not just install with a wired network connection first, instead of desiring wifi?22:23
YamakasYwhy should we use mutliple mx records @ the office location today when the router is HA ? ofcourse there are external MX records for backup22:23
daftykinsit'd make life roughly a billion times easier.22:23
NathanielHilldaftykins: laptop without ethernet22:23
daftykinsreally? nasty.22:24
nineoh8Where do I download it from?22:24
daftykinsYamakasY: that is not ubuntu support.22:24
nineoh8The links I've seen don't work with windows22:24
NathanielHillI'm an ubuntu newbie, but not a unix noob22:24
daftykinsnineoh8: packages.ubuntu.com22:24
FlannelNathanielHill: The server ISO will get you what you want.22:24
TJ-NathanielHill: My first check would be to generate a hash of the downloaded ISO *and* the data on the media, and ensure they're both as published on the download pages22:24
YamakasYdaftykins: nope, so, I still run it all on Ubuntu ;)22:25
kavaguyhi is ubuntu 14.04 ext4 fs?22:25
YamakasYkavaguy: yes22:25
daftykinsYamakasY: that's nice, doesn't make your query relevant to this channel.22:25
NathanielHillFlannel: yeah, I'm hoping that will work, but having problems at the moment.22:25
kavaguyty YamakasY :)22:25
YamakasYdaftykins: I don't see anyone else complaining yet ;)22:25
Panoramixdaftykins no bind nothing22:25
NathanielHillCan I just do something like apt-get purge ubuntu-desktop? Will that remove recursively?22:25
TJ-NathanielHill: if those match then we know the issue isn't caused by corruption of the media. It could still be caused by read errors. I've seen some people solve that one simply by using a different USB port :s22:25
daftykinsYamakasY: ##networking .22:25
YamakasYdaftykins: those are fools and don't know that much22:26
NathanielHillTJ-: tried other port, no luck :/22:26
TJ-NathanielHill: no; it won't remove the packages it depends on22:26
daftykinsYamakasY: you must be there already then :)22:26
YamakasYpeople playing at home with ther homelabs22:26
TJ-NathanielHill: did you generate a hash of the image on the USB though?22:26
YamakasYdaftykins: nope22:26
NathanielHillTJ-: no, i mean will it remove all the packages that depended on it, so i dont have loose packages hanging around?22:26
Panoramixdaftykins running sudo nmap 192....(local ip) -p53 and sudo nmap 192....(local ip) -p53 -sU shows the port closed for tcp and udp22:27
TJ-NathanielHill: no it won't - those are the dependencies I was talking about. A > depends > B ... 'apt-get purge A' leaves B.22:27
NathanielHillTJ-: well that sucks. is there a command to remove dangling packages like that?22:28
daftykinsPanoramix: you can't scan yourself22:29
TJ-NathanielHill: not when the 'master' package is a virtual package. It works indirectly when A > depends > libB and you do "apt-get remove A", with follow-up "apt-get autoremove" that will remove libB if no other package depends on it22:29
Gh0st-EriC^^: found this and it's very interesting22:29
daftykinsugh those are the typical articles that speak of filling your system with nasty PPAs that will ruin your time22:30
Gh0st-daftykins: really?22:32
daftykinsusually, i didn't click to find out22:33
Gh0st-seems good to me22:33
samsungwhich ubuntu distro do you like?22:33
bekkssamsung: "Ubuntu".22:33
samsungwhich version22:34
bekkssamsung: The supported ones. :)22:34
samsungbut there are forks22:34
bekkssamsung: Forks arent supported in here.22:34
samsungbekks are you a bot or a human?22:35
bekkssamsung: How does that matter?22:35
nineoh8So I downloaded wine onto a usb and plugged it into my new desktop, but kubuntu isn't recognizing it?22:35
daftykinsnineoh8: what file system does it use?22:35
samsungSo I know which questions to ask you22:35
bekkssamsung: Ubuntu support relevant questions.22:36
nineoh8It recognizes it when showing up in the usb device manager though22:36
nineoh8I'm not sure, just a basic kingston usb22:36
kavaguyhi how do i make an disk read write for a user, can't seem to do it in Files22:36
bekkssamsung: And polls about Ubuntu-forks arent relevant to support :)22:36
samsungTell me ubuntu's biggest technical secret or trick22:36
nineoh8I have used it in windows computers before if that answers anything22:36
bekkssamsung: Do you have an actual ubuntu support question?22:37
NathanielHillWell, got past that problem by using Rufus in dd mode instead of iso mode. Now, the server iso doesn't recognize my wireless card either :/22:37
samsungYes what is a feature unbuntu has that the others don't that I can use22:37
k1l_samsung: the unity desktop, for example22:37
daftykinsit's an OS, just use it22:37
samsungI like powerful features and it would be nice if you could teach me22:38
daftykins'powerful features' = nonsense22:38
samsungI have experimented with distros before22:38
samsungWhat is ubuntu most enhanced in?22:38
votlonI've expieremented with my computer before :/ turns out its not a place for genitals22:39
k1l_samsung: this channels focus is on solving technical issues with ubuntu. if you want to chat (about ubuntu) then better ask in #ubuntu-offtopic22:39
NathanielHillsamsung: you're like a clickbait article personified22:39
daftykinsnineoh8: try "sudo parted -l" and read what file system is beside your flash drive, it might be /dev/sdb if you have one hard disk, or /deb/sdc if you have two... etc.22:39
NathanielHillOkay, I found someone who said they installed 14.10 and the installer had drivers for their wireless card (hp stream 11). Any reason why 15.04 installer wouldn't also include those drivers? Wanting to know if I should play it safe with 14.10 iso or 15.04 iso... It'll take me 2 or 3 hours to download each22:40
daftykins14.10 is EOL so don't install that.22:41
NathanielHilldaftykins: eol?22:41
ubottuEnd-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/EOLUpgrades22:41
NathanielHilldaftykins: can I update after install to a newer version?22:41
daftykinsNathanielHill: yeah but that'd be pointless - it'd make more sense to get the wifi working on whichever you have22:42
votlonIs there a way to roll back from 14.04.3 to 14.04.1?22:43
daftykinswhat is the wifi device in your system?22:43
daftykinsvotlon: no22:43
votlondarn :/22:43
daftykinswhat's wrong?22:43
k1l_votlon: you mean the  kernel and xserver?22:43
NathanielHilldaftykins: well, at this point I just want to get running on the machine and I have a slow connection here to keep downloading isos22:43
daftykinsNathanielHill: right but an upgrade would be worse than downloading both ISOs22:43
nineoh8daftykins I tried that and it came back with parted: invalid option -- '1'22:44
votlonNa i just installed a webserver using 14.04.3 and noticed the eol for it was aug 2016, and i wanted the 2019 supported version22:44
scshi, is anyone able to help me with vnc?22:44
daftykinsnineoh8: it's a lowercase L22:44
daftykinsscs: not until you ask the channel a question :)22:45
scsHow can i get the vnc connection to use the same desktop as the one i would see if i connected the machine to a monitor?22:45
NathanielHilldaftykins: I won't always have a slow connection22:45
nineoh8oh ok it came back with /dev/sda22:45
nineoh8and a warning:error fsyncing/closing /dev/sdb: Input/output error22:46
k1l_votlon: that is for the kernel. 14.04.3 got the 15.04 backports kernel as default. you can change that back to the original 14.04 kernel (3.13) orchange the kernel to the 16.04 backports kernel when the support for the 14.04.3 kernel ends22:46
daftykinsnineoh8: that'll be your hard disk, if there isn't a /dev/sdb or other, try your flash drive in another USB port22:46
k1l_!enablementstack | votlon22:46
ubottuvotlon: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases. see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack22:46
votlonOh awesome thank you22:47
NathanielHilldaftykins: well, im looking through dmesg on the installer shell but of course I see nothing. I know it's a broadcom chip22:47
daftykinsNathanielHill: you can't 'lspci' right now?22:47
NathanielHilldaftykins: BCM4314222:48
ubottuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx22:48
scsany ideas?22:48
nineoh8daftykins it shows up in the usb device manager though, I've already tried different slots22:48
daftykinsi have no idea what you mean by 'USB device manager'22:48
nineoh8There is a usb devices - kde control module app that lists the usb devices attached to the computer22:49
daftykinsoh KDE, never used22:49
nineoh8kingston shows up, but not in my file manager22:50
NathanielHilldaftykins: im being dense, I just realized the server iso doesn't actually need the wifi driver to do an install.22:50
NathanielHilldaftykins: was stil stuck in netinstall mindset22:50
daftykinsof course you'll still be a tad limited afterward unless you can get the broadcom driver going in pure CLI server22:51
daftykinsbut i'm certain that's workable.22:51
nineoh8no way to start an installation disc without running exe files is there?22:53
NathanielHilldaftykins: Looks like the desktop iso includes the drivers, is there an option to only do a minimal install from the desktop iso?22:53
TJ-NathanielHill: you could manually, using debootstrap manually, instead of using the ubiquity/d-i seeds22:53
TJ-NathanielHill: you might also be able to start ubiquity manually and use a command-line argument to tell it to install the server seed22:54
imthenachomanhey guy. i'm having some trouble using rsync with exclude. please advise. http://paste.ubuntu.com/12833416/22:54
bekksimthenachoman: rsync -avzpAn --exclude="/data/backup/one/ding\ bingo" "${BACKUP_PATHS[@]}" user@server:/some/destination/path22:55
bekksimthenachoman: Note the \22:55
TJ-NathanielHill: looking at the ubiquity --help, doesn't look like setting a server seed is easy22:56
imthenachomanbekks: still does it22:56
knawkI'm trying to make evmapd but I'm missing <cfg+.h> and can't find a package to install it22:56
daftykins!info libcfg-dev22:57
ubottulibcfg-dev (source: corosync): Standards-based cluster framework, Cfg devel files. In component main, is optional. Version 2.3.4-0ubuntu1 (vivid), package size 8 kB, installed size 240 kB22:57
daftykinsno idea if that's what you're after22:58
NathanielHillTJ-: I'm just going to bite the bullet and install from the desktop iso, then worry about deleting the bloat later22:58
knawkI tried installing that but make still complains that it can't find cfg+.h... Do I need to do anything after apt-get installing the package?22:58
NathanielHillTJ-: It'll probably be a good way to learn apt-get anyways22:58
NathanielHillHell, it can't be any harder than learning Portage23:01
nineoh8Okay, so I restarted my computer, and now kingston is recognized and I can get into it23:06
nineoh8but the wine package I can't install because it doesn't satisfy dependencies23:07
daftykinsyeah so read the deps from the packages.ubuntu.com site as i said, then download them all23:07
TJ-!info apt-offline | nineoh823:08
ubottunineoh8: apt-offline (source: apt-offline): offline APT package manager. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.6 (vivid), package size 54 kB, installed size 345 kB23:08
jnihi what is yopur na mr r23:12
daftykinsjni: english please :)23:13
samsungwhat is a way to shorten boot time on ubuntu?23:14
daftykinsbuy an SSD23:14
samsungI already have an SSD and want to optimize booting with config edits23:15
jnihi where are u from23:15
votlonjni: you clowning dog23:15
daftykinssamsung: nope.23:16
samsungOther than SSDs is there any way at all to cut ubuntu boot times?23:16
cfhowlett!ot | jni, this is ubuntu support.  ask ubuntu questions.  for chitchat, go to other channels23:16
ubottujni, this is ubuntu support.  ask ubuntu questions.  for chitchat, go to other channels: #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!23:16
kavaguyHow do i make me the owner of a volume23:16
cfhowlettsamsung, reduce the number of programs that autostart23:17
kavaguychmod? something23:17
knawkWhat's the best way to remap buttons on a graphics tablet?23:17
daftykinskavaguy: 'volume' ?23:17
daftykinskavaguy: you mean you mounted a disk to a path?23:17
bekkskavaguy: Which disk?23:17
daftykinsyeah so sudo chown -R username: /mount/point/23:17
kavaguykk thanks daftykins23:17
daftykinsthough it has to be a Linux file system.23:17
kavaguyit is23:18
samsunghow do I edit the list of programs that autostart23:18
ShinyLinooneI kinda need some help with something23:18
cfhowlett!ask | ShinyLinoone23:18
ubottuShinyLinoone: 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 !patience23:18
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/23:18
Mirodroidsamsung, there are ways to shorten boot times regargless of which distro you are using by only having the serives and modules you need load up during boot and nothing more and also not using systemd23:19
samsungok, but where do i disable those services and systemd, i want to learn23:19
ShinyLinooneI am trying to run a Windows 95 disc on 14.04 and it won't mount.  Whenever I try to do anything to it I get the same error message:  Unable to access “621 MB Volume” -  Not authorized to perform operation.  The disc has a program that WineHQ says can be run on Ubuntu via Wine.23:20
Mirodroidsamsung, there are guids on how to do so that are only a short google search away, and there are guides on the internet that are free and opensource23:20
bekkssamsung: you dont want to disable systemd, it will render your system unbootable.23:20
Mirodroidbekks, no it wont... just use sysinit23:20
daftykinsShinyLinoone: run it why, fancy playing that Weezer music video?23:20
samsungwhy did they propose to not use systemd then?23:20
bekksMirodroid: sysinit is quite dead nowadays.23:20
Mirodroidbekillin, there are many alternitives to systemD as shown by ddwrt, uclinux, and android23:20
Mirodroidbekks, no it isnt23:21
bekkssamsung: systemd parallelizes the startup of services, sysinit doesnt.23:21
Mirodroidbekks, it is quite alive23:21
ShinyLinooneWhat were you asking, daftykins?23:21
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, virtualbox + windows is the normal way23:21
samsungare you saying i need to choose between systemd and sysinit23:22
daftykinsShinyLinoone: my sentence has what i was asking in the form of words with a ? mark23:22
Mirodroidbekks, agian installing something to replace systemd will NOT break your system23:22
samsungmirodroid how confident are you, have you tested your theory sufficiently23:22
ShinyLinoonecfhowlett, this cd should be runnable in Wine, though.23:22
Mirodroidsamfty, http://without-systemd.org/wiki/index.php/Init23:22
Mirodroidsamsung, http://without-systemd.org/wiki/index.php/Init23:22
ShinyLinoonedaftykins, and I don't understand what that question meant.23:23
Mirodroidsamsung, i saw some demos of boot times during a large linux conference in the area23:23
daftykinsShinyLinoone: focus on the first three words.23:23
ShinyLinooneWhy do I want to run it?23:23
ShinyLinooneSonic 3D Blast, that's why.23:23
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, wine is not the recommended way to run an entire OS23:23
ShinyLinoonecfhowlett, it's not Windows 95, it's a program made for Windows 9523:24
Mirodroidbekks, BSD doesnt use systemD btw23:24
samsungis it true that if neither sysinit nor systemd nor another alternative is used that the system is unbootable?23:24
daftykinsright but you're saying you're trying to run a win95 ISO in wine, that's not gonna happen23:24
bekksMirodroid: Well, this isnt BSD, but Ubuntu ;)23:24
ShinyLinoonedaftykins, I'm not trying to run the OS, I'm trying to run a program made for the OS -_-23:24
Mirodroidand one that allows for alteritives and user choice23:25
samsungdo you consider systemd the default one and is sysinit a popular alternative? is it stable?23:25
Mirodroidthe freedom to chose what init they will use23:25
Mirodroidsysinit is nearly 60 years old23:25
daftykinsShinyLinoone: and yet you came in saying 'windows 95 CD'23:25
Mirodroidpretty damned sure its stable23:25
samsungi heard parallization earlier did they mean hyperthreading on the cores23:25
ShinyLinooneI thought it was implied that I meant a CD made for 9523:25
Mirodroidsystemd is newer but has many more features and some call it robust23:25
ShinyLinooneBecause running an OS in Wine makes no sense23:26
daftykinsShinyLinoone: no, it was not.23:26
daftykinsShinyLinoone: this is a beginners help channel, we get asked where the penguin is.23:26
bekkssamsung: parallelization of running programs has nothing to do with hyperthreading on the cores.23:26
cfhowletttoo true ...23:26
ShinyLinooneWell, now that you know what I mean, is there anything you can do to help?23:26
votlondaftykins: speaking of where is the penguin?23:26
samsungbekks which difference is there23:26
daftykins!appdb | ShinyLinoone23:26
ubottuShinyLinoone: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org - Join #winehq for application help23:26
daftykinsvotlon: it's a closely guarded secret ;)23:27
bekkssamsung: Running programs ins parallel means running programs in parallel.23:27
Mirodroidsamsung, http://www.zdnet.com/article/linus-torvalds-and-others-on-linuxs-systemd/23:27
ShinyLinoonedaftykins, the problem isn't running what is on the CD, it's mounting the CD itself23:27
ShinyLinooneIt won't mount23:27
daftykinsok so show us your mount command and the output in a pastebin.23:27
ShinyLinooneI can't access its contents23:27
daftykinsyou're still gonna need to read the above for the next step :)23:27
ShinyLinooneAlright, how do I do the mount command in terminal?23:27
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, open a terminal.  mount | nc termbin.com 999923:28
samsunghow many seconds do i expect to typically gain with sysinit instead of systemd23:29
Mirodroidnot much23:29
daftykinssamsung: ubuntu isn't for Linux ricers, i would say.23:29
Mirodroidsystemd has a nice feature of letting you know your boot time23:29
samsungare there cases where sysinit is slower than systemd23:30
Mirodroidsamsung, let me find that command23:30
ShinyLinooneIs the content on that pastebin what you wanted?23:30
Mirodroiddue to it not being parralel23:30
samsungi would like more details, especially about typical processes23:30
samsungsystemd versus sysinit23:31
Mirodroidsamsung, if you have systemd now try dointg these https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Improve_boot_performance23:31
Mirodroidthose first before changing init's23:31
th34lch3m1sthi, about latest flash vulnerabilities, should I remove it waiting for fixes or disabled in the browser it's enough?23:32
cfhowlettth34lch3m1st, your choice.23:32
daftykinsnuke it from orbit imo23:35
Mirodroidanother flash vulnerability?23:35
ShinyLinoonedaftykins, what's the word on the pastebin?23:35
cfhowlettth34lch3m1st, fwiw, I switched mine to "ask to activate"23:35
daftykinsShinyLinoone: the word is it was a question i did not ask of you :)23:36
ShinyLinoone<daftykins> ok so show us your mount command and the output in a pastebin.23:36
dm_compHi, so I' reading the KVM installation help (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation) and I'm at the part Add Users to Groups. It states "Karmic (9.10) and later (but not 14.04 LTS)". Now my question is do I have to add myself to libvirtd on 15.0423:36
dm_compI would say no23:37
samsungwhy does userspace take much longer than the kernel to load23:37
daftykinsShinyLinoone: then you shared something i didn't ask for.23:37
daftykinswhich means i'm no longer helping :)23:38
ShinyLinoonedaftykins, you mean this is not what you asked for?  http://pastebin.com/qSnzLU2C23:38
ShinyLinooneThen how do I get what you asked for?23:38
daftykinsi gave up, sorry.23:38
Mirodroidsamsung, likely due to X23:38
ShinyLinooneI thought this channel was supposed to be noob-friendly :(23:39
daftykinsit's my bedtime23:39
ShinyLinooneAlright, then, can I get someone else's help?23:39
daftykinsyou were already being assisted by someone else if you read up.23:40
ShinyLinoonecfhowlett told me what to do to get what you had asked for.23:40
daftykinsdoesn't mean i wanted it23:41
dm_compthe answer to my question is no :) doc needs to be updated ;)23:41
ShinyLinooneWell you asked for it23:41
ShinyLinooneI don't know what to say23:41
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, suggestion: write out your case.  load it in a paste.  ask for help, give a brief description and point to the pastie23:42
cfhowlettbe detailed, be brief23:42
th34lch3m1stcfhowlett  just to be sure...thanks for infos23:43
cfhowlettth34lch3m1st, happy2help!  remember "flash is dying!" but not dead.  yet.23:43
ShinyLinoonecfhowlett, here is my case.  http://pastebin.com/P5arkX2V23:44
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, no can see it.  I'm in China and the Great Firewall says "nope" to pastebin23:44
ShinyLinooneIt's short enough where I can paste the contents straight into the chat.23:45
ShinyLinooneThough it's essentially what I said when I first joined, just with better wording.23:45
ShinyLinoone"I am trying to run a Sonic 3D Blast disc for Windows 95 on 14.04 and it won't mount.  Whenever I try to do anything to it I get the same error message:  "Unable to access “621 MB Volume” -  Not authorized to perform operation".  The disc contains a program that WineHQ says can be run on Ubuntu via Wine."23:45
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ShinyLinooneSo do you have any suggestions as to what I can do?23:46
cfhowlettbe patient and hopefully someone will have the exact answer.  to avoid confusion, you might start with "can't mount a win 95 disc" as the critical issue.23:47
ShinyLinooneAnd people won't think I'm talking about a Windows 95 system disc?23:47
ShinyLinooneBecause that was the problem I had when I first asked for help.23:47
cfhowlettthe confusion when we/I questioned your use of wine for this task.  the problem was that your windows 95 disc wouldn't mount so yes, specify windows 95 OS dis23:48
ShinyLinooneBut it's not an OS disc23:49
ShinyLinooneAnd people thought it was23:49
ShinyLinooneIt's a copy of Sonic 3D Blast23:49
cfhowlett!!!! what?!!23:49
ShinyLinooneI said it like a million times23:49
* cfhowlett quickly looks for more coffee23:49
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, could be I'm just slow this morning.23:50
ShinyLinooneIt's fine, it happens to the best of us23:50
cfhowlettShinyLinoone, by the way, do you have the wine link for this specific program??23:50
jni mate23:51
cfhowlettjni, stop it23:51

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