bprompterxr3:    yeap, that's what I was doing, the filesystem was "raw", but yes, ddrescue does a "raw copy" of cluster per cluster, whenever it finds any errors, tries to give it a fix, if it can't be fixed, it skips it and continues, and copies all non-corrupted data it can along the way ,   -d (direct access) -f ( force)00:01
tnecnivHi! I am running ubuntu 14.04 with two nVidia graphics cards. One is a 9800 for standard graphics, and the other is a Tesla K20 for scientific computing. After installing the drivers for both, I am stuck in some low resolution graphics mode, as if it cant detect my monitor. Any insight00:01
erxr3TJ-, so if I have a file named partition.img, I guess I'd need to go to its folder first, and then apply the command like this: sudo testdisk -log partition.dd ?00:03
TJ-erxr3: if the file isn't owned by root, you could just do "testdisk -log /path/to/partition.dd"00:04
erxr3bprompt, sure I'd try ddrescue, too. you mean the disk image I created is also "raw" copy?00:04
erxr3TJ- ah, I see, I will try which one works, thank you very much!00:05
ubuntu_TJ-, Hoe can a factory rom and entire sytem be backed up before using an android phone?00:05
TJ-ubuntu_: That isn't an Ubuntu support question. Try asking in ##android00:06
ubuntu_The last android I bought has been blasted with garbage software.00:06
bprompterxr3:    hehehe, nope, that would put you on square one and defeat the idea of the utility =),  the source was "raw", the copy was a "fixed" version of it, with valid partition table info as well as data00:06
erxr3bprompt, in the command "ddrescue -f -d  SOURCE TARGET" the source is the image's path, and the target would point to the folder where the recovered files would be saved, I presume?00:09
erxr3bprompt, if they are so, would it be then typed like this:  ddrescue -f -d  ~/Documents/partition.img media/myuser/myrecoveryfolder ?00:10
bprompterxr3:    nope, device in this case, use "lsblk" to see who is who, but something like -> ddrescue -d -f /dev/sda4 /dev/sdc3  <-00:11
erxr3bprompt, but how does it know which image where is to recover?00:11
erxr3and where to00:11
bprompterxr3:   as many folks here pointed out, chek the manpages :), but the arguments order, of course00:11
bpromptjust like "dd" does btw00:12
bpromptwell.. to be fair.. dd uses if= and of= arguments... so...hmmm anyhow. for ddrescue is SOURCE TARGET order00:13
erxr3bprompt, my source is not even a partition, but an image of it00:13
erxr3how can I mention it as /dev/sda400:13
bprompterxr3:     that'd do as well00:13
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erxr3TJ- testdisk returned a message like "Partition sector doesn't have the endmark 0xAA55", yet quick search is still possible..does this message have a significance?00:17
erxr3the message came right at start00:17
TJ-erxr3: the MBR (sector 0) should end with 0xAA55 (bytes 0x1FE-0x1FF) that's the partition signature00:20
erxr3TJ- does it point to any failure?00:20
TJ-erxr3: if it is missing, then the PC BIOS would assume there was no partition table there00:21
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erxr3TJ- would that make testdisk recovery void?00:21
TJ-erxr3: testdisk should correct that00:22
erxr3TJ- oh, that is good to hear :)00:22
andystarI would like to isntall qtractor, but it says that it is dependent on librubberband2.00:23
andystarI would like to isntall qtractor, but it says that it is dependent on librubberband2.  All I can find in the repositories is librubberband2v5.00:23
TJ-andystar: which ubuntu release?00:24
andystarTJ-, I am using Xubuntu 15.10, with the kxstudio repositories.00:25
TJ-according to apt-cache qtractor Depends: librubberband2v500:26
erxr3TJ- there is a menu option that says "Write TestDisk MBR code to first sector"...does this relate to the above missing endmark message?00:27
TJ-erxr3: yes00:27
erxr3TJ- should I select it then?00:27
andystarTJ-, So maybe if I remove the kxstudio repsositories or disable them, I can install the standard version of qtractor.00:28
jeffrey_fI was upgrading 15.04 to 15.10.  I somehow excaped from the upgrade when looking at a DIFF from a config.  How do I get it to complete?00:28
TJ-andystar: not sure, "apt-cache policy qtractor" should show the candidates00:29
erxr3TJ- I chose this option, and it says a new code has been written, you have to reboot for it to take effect..I hope I havent blundered something00:32
andystarIt shows two packages from kxstudio, and one from ubuntu's wily distrobution.00:32
erxr3trying the reboot00:38
andystarTJ-, This seems to have information about how to install the package that I want.00:39
OmegaLeFoxWolfI put Ubuntu on a usb, and installed it on a partion, and when i rebooted it, i didn't get a boot menu, just straight into Windows 700:44
OmegaLeFoxWolfCan anyone help me?00:45
andystarOmegaLeFoxWolf, From your description, I can not immediately guess the cause.00:46
OmegaLeFoxWolfIt said it installed in the installer, but in Windows 7 it locked up the partion, and it's empty00:47
andystarFrom Windows 7 you can't see the Linux partition.00:48
andystarHave you tried looking at the partition from the USB stick?00:48
OmegaLeFoxWolfI'm not really a tech savy user for stuff like this.00:49
Bashing-omOmegaLeFoxWolf: Grub ( bootloder ) installed to the USB .. likely  . one can boot the liveUSB and install grub to the hard drive . Some Win 7 are UEFI, is this ?00:49
andystarI mean, boot up the computer from the USB, and see if you can see what is on the partition that you think you installed Ubuntu on.00:50
OmegaLeFoxWolfBIOS https://www.asus.com/Notebooks/X44H/00:50
profetik777First version of ubuntu used and impressions. Go.00:51
OmegaLeFoxWolfI'm going to reinstall it, to the certain partion i have made for it (87 GB)00:53
Bashing-omOmegaLeFoxWolf: Might be but to install grub. As advised boot the liveUSB and in terminal look at partitions ' sudo parted -l ' .00:55
OmegaLeFoxWolfI'm installing it alongside Windows 7, and i go to the advanced Partioning tool00:56
OmegaLeFoxWolfWhat do i put for "Use as: "00:57
andystarOmegaLeFoxWolf, You can log back on to Xchat after you have booted from your LiveUSB.00:59
OmegaLeFoxWolfI'm on my secondary computer, the one I'm not installing it on01:00
beepieOmegaLeFoxWolf, you mean the one with "Winbloze" ?01:00
OmegaLeFoxWolfHaha very funny -_-01:01
OmegaLeFoxWolfBut i have to reinstall it, i reformated the Partion, but when installing it in Advanced Partioning tool, when i go to use the certain partion, what do i click for "Use as:" ?01:02
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binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, eh01:04
binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, make sure yuo did a backup first01:04
binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, you can use "/"01:04
binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, ext3 or ext401:04
binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, i'm assuming you know at least something about partitioning01:05
OmegaLeFoxWolfI just don't know what system to use it as01:05
binkydaclownOmegaLeFoxWolf, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBCHsgry2RQ01:08
Bashing-omOmegaLeFoxWolf: As you hane manually partitioned. did you provide a /swap partion ?01:08
erxr3can you help me know if this command is correct please:  "ddrescue -n --no-split ~/Documents/partition.img /dev/sdc2/recovery" , given that the destination drive is  /dev/sdc2, and the recovered files will be collected in the folder named "recovery" ?01:09
erxr3sorry, adding logfile, too: ddrescue -n --no-split ~/Documents/partition.img /dev/sdc2/recovery  logfile01:10
OmegaLeFoxWolfNo i didn't make a swap partion01:10
erxr3or like this: ddrescue -n --no-split ~/Documents/partition.img /dev/sdc2/recovery  partition.log01:12
Bashing-omOmegaLeFoxWolf: How much ram ? and do you intend to be able to hibernate in ubuuntu ?01:13
OmegaLeFoxWolf2 gigs of ram, Yes01:14
Bashing-omOmegaLeFoxWolf: Then a /swap partition is required, slightly larger than installed ram in size . Be aware there is a 4 primary partition limit . You may be hitting this limit if you have not made up an 'extended' partition .01:16
OmegaLeFoxWolfI have Windows 7 partion, Android, And Ubuntu (and another one by windows i cant delete)01:19
zykotick9Bashing-om: <sidenote> i'd suggest not refering to swap as /swap.  Swap is not actually mounted to the root / partition...01:21
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Bashing-omzykotick9: Open to education.. as 'swap' is in fact a partition, is it not proper to refer to it as '/swap' - with the leading / denoteing it as a partition ?01:24
zykotick9Bashing-om: swap is a partition yes, but it's not "mounted" it's swapon/swapoff - there is no /swap directory...  /foo/bar suggests a obsolute path, swap doesn't have one...01:26
erxr3hello, I cannot find nowhere any clear information on how I will use ddrescue on a "disk image" to recover them in a "folder"  on "another drive"..already complex as it is, when I look for these particular aspects, the search gives no results.01:26
Razzdollhi all01:26
Bashing-omzykotick9: K :)01:27
Razzdolleverytime i run a program or command its a bit laggy. would it be my hardware?01:28
Razzdolland when i go on a website. the browser tells me a site isnt found or network unreachable. but i think its just the browser01:30
Bashing-omRazzdoll: Possible, how nuch ram and what desktop environment are you running ? There are minimum requirements .01:31
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OmegaLeFoxWolfI reinstalled it, and it boots up into a purple boot menu with several options the first being Ubuntu and the last being Windows 701:34
RazzdollBashing-om, Gnome 3.14.1, i5 3.20ghz, 15992 ram.01:36
erxr3can you please tell me if ddrescue is just for creating the copy of a drive as an image file, or does it also actively recover files?01:36
lotuspsychjeerxr3: you can use photorec for data recovery01:37
Bashing-omRazzdoll: Should fly. I expect that is 16 Gigs ram .01:37
erxr3lotuspsychje, I tried testdisk, which is basically the same. and I tried testdisk on the disk image I created by ddrescue. ye01:38
RazzdollBashing-om,  something is strange then. maybe its the software I use. Idk01:38
lotuspsychjeerxr3: yep photorec is part of testdisk01:38
erxr3yet I was told that ddrescue could be better than testdisk. and up to now, I didnt understand if ddrescue is just for disk imaging or to rescue files actively01:39
lotuspsychjeerxr3: didnt test ddrescue myself, is it added by ppa?01:39
lotuspsychjeerxr3: i got good experiences with photorec, and recovered data from far away ages with it01:40
Bashing-omRazzdoll: " network unreachable " is this all the time in your browser ? Does ' ping -c3 ubuntu.com ' complete ?01:40
erxr3and nowhere it is clear. all you see is this general expression: "ddrescue parameter source target logfile"..this is what I used to create disk image.01:40
erxr3yes, photorec and testdisk helped me a lot, too..but in this case either the image file is empty, or I need another tool01:42
lotuspsychjeerxr3: why do you want to recover data from an image and not the whole hd?01:43
jontaSeems that after a recent dist-upgrade to 14.10, I can't install anything else. I suspect initscripts is at fault. Attempt at installing traceroute: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/13054360/01:43
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JontaWhere do I go from here? :)01:43
erxr3lotuspsychje, I dont want to touch the original drive.01:44
lotuspsychjeJonta: 14.10 is end of life01:45
lotuspsychjeJonta: install a version from topic please01:45
Jontalotuspsychje: Tried. Also doesn't work.01:46
lotuspsychjeJonta: a clean install is advise from here01:46
Na3iLHey I've a problem with vim, when I type vim in the terminal it doesn"t open01:46
JontaNo simple rollback in initscripts-version then?01:46
JontaOr manual install?01:46
lotuspsychje!eolupgrade | Jonta or try this01:46
ubottuJonta or try this: 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/EOLUpgrades01:46
Na3iLin the other hand I can open vi & vim.tiny01:46
Jontalotuspsychje: Thanks01:47
lotuspsychjeNa3iL: the #vim guys surely know :p01:47
Na3iLOkay thanks lotuspsychje01:48
RazzdollBashing-om, yes. I mean, when I enter an address, it goes, but sometimes the browser says Not Found or Unreachable, and then it proceeds.01:49
erxr3so my question basically is; I created a disk image with ddrescue, and tried testdisk on it. it didnt work and because I also heard that ddrescue can recover files, I want to try that. but I see that it has the same command line format that I used for creating disk image. does ddrescue really recover lost files, too, or does it just create disk images? if former, then how can I adjust the command to recover files from a dis01:51
erxr3k image to an external drive?01:51
tsimonq2I need some help...I screwed up...I deleted everything except for folder contents in /etc/apt01:59
tsimonq2I got a sources.list, but that is it01:59
tsimonq2this is it: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13054806/01:59
lotuspsychje!sources | tsimonq201:59
ubottutsimonq2: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.01:59
tsimonq2lotuspsychje: but I need GPG keys!02:00
lotuspsychjetsimonq2: did you add ppa's?02:00
tsimonq2I have nothing exept my sources.list02:01
tsimonq2I need GPG keys02:01
tsimonq2I need whatever else02:01
tsimonq2lotuspsychje: ^02:01
malmonteWho watched Mr.Robot?02:04
inteus!offtopic | malmonte02:04
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Bashing-omtsimonq2: ' sudo apt-key update ' Might work for you .02:07
tsimonq2let me try it02:08
Bashing-omRazzdoll: All I canthink of is ' top ' and see if anything is hogging memory .02:08
tsimonq2Bashing-om: thank you02:09
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Bashing-omtsimonq2: That bring your keys back in ?02:11
tsimonq2Bashing-om: yep, thanks :)02:12
Bashing-omtsimonq2: A smile is part of the service too .02:13
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Bashing-om^only when you are as good as wileee .02:14
tux38Ubuntu is no longer actually linux02:26
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inteus!es | Razzdoll02:31
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lotuspsychjeinteus: :p02:33
tux38Ubuntu has gone evil02:40
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tux38Talking to your your self ?02:42
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tux38If you goto ubuntus website it no longer says li ux any wete on there website02:44
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lotuspsychjetux38: your gonna get banned with such attitude, your in an ubuntu support channel02:45
tux38Ubuntu is not part of larger open community any more02:46
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tux38Xcuse me ?02:49
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daemon_pid_007Yolo which flavour of linux is recomended for production server environment03:11
TJ-!lts | daemon_pid_00703:12
ubottudaemon_pid_007: LTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04)03:12
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wafflejockubuntu hi03:15
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Abewafflejock: I know until 2019 ;) I think I'll skip 16.0403:15
fusionedToshiba Chromebook 2 and love it. think i might delete Chrome OS and reinstall Trusty03:15
fusionedkeyboard's a lil small tho03:16
wafflejockAbe: ah thought you were saying it's no longer supported03:16
daemon_pid_007can anyone guide me to writing a food daemon03:16
Guest39901how do I get root permission from a ubuntu live CD , i've ubuntu installed on my pc.03:16
Abewafflejock: No i was saying it's longer supported03:16
wafflejockah gotcha03:16
Abethen 12.0403:16
daemon_pid_007guest use paswd root command03:16
Guest39901How do I loginas root from a live CD?03:17
AbeGuest39901: sudo su ?03:17
daemon_pid_007abbe, wafflejock thanks i think i'am joing to stick with 14.0403:17
tonyyarussosudo -i, not sudo su...03:17
inteusnever sudo su03:17
zeon98Anyone got time to help me out please,   i would like to limit internet traffic to my home server between midnight and 6 am.  From what i have tried i can only limit all network traffic.03:18
Abeidk I didn't use live cd for a very long time03:18
daemon_pid_007sudo su will ask for root password which is not setup, but if you set it up then sudo su is not bad at all03:18
zeon98Any help would be amazing. thank you03:18
wafflejockzeon98: what have you tried exactly?03:18
tonyyarussozeon98: You mean you want it to be unlimited for communication with other machines in your house?03:18
wafflejockzeon98: you might be able to make use of squid3 to proxy and therefore limit access not sure though03:19
wafflejockmaybe some easier way with a cron script and iptables or something though03:19
zeon98I want to allow a server at my home to use full internet bandwidth during the night, but limit that usage during the day03:20
Abedoes 16.04 ships with Mir instead of X.org ??03:20
tonyyarussoAbe: 16.04 doesn't exist yet.03:20
Abewell when it comes out03:20
daemon_pid_007squid is the best, there are pluggins which will help you limit and control network traffic and also monito it, downside you will have to dedicate a computer for this purpose and have all your network traffic pass through this computer03:20
tonyyarussoAbe: Ask after feature freeze :)03:21
wafflejockzeon98: suppose you could use this and have a cron script that changes the settings http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/trusty/man8/wondershaper.8.html03:21
Abetonyyarusso: what do you mean?03:21
zeon98tried a few things like wondershaper03:21
daemon_pid_007when is 16.04 releasing though, i always keep wondering????03:21
eddwow Ubuntu 15.10 rocks03:21
eddreally cool03:21
eddnever used Ubuntu before03:21
AbeApril 201603:21
inteusedd: do you have a support question?03:21
wafflejockedd: heh was about to ask what you upgraded from :)03:21
tonyyarussoAbe: That would be the point when it's been decided what's in and what's out for the release.03:21
daemon_pid_007edd you will just love ubuntu just give it a try03:22
tonyyarussodaemon_pid_007: 16 = 2016, 04 = April03:22
wafflejockedd: if you don't have support issues join #ubuntu-offtopic for general chat03:22
zeon98The problem i have is i want to always use full local bandwidth,03:22
eddI had Fedora 22..which sucked03:22
wafflejockzeon98: just want to limit internet traffic?03:22
eddwafflejock, I wanted to know how I could change the default theme? and if there were some cool themes you guys could recommend?03:22
wafflejockzeon98: yeah think maybe squid is the way to go then03:22
zeon98everything i try limits all traffic03:22
daemon_pid_007tonyyarusso, wow i never new the secret code03:23
wafflejockzeon98: squid proxy can just be for internet traffic03:23
tonyyarussozeon98: So what have you been doing so far?  This could be done with pretty basic iptables rules, where you just have different rules for your subnet and everything else.03:23
daemon_pid_007any guys using netgear nighthawk r700003:23
zeon98squid is quite complex, i cant believe theres not an easier solution03:23
tonyyarussoThere is.  iptables rate limiting.03:24
wafflejockoh huh03:24
daemon_pid_007zeon98: squid is by far the easiest solutions on the market03:24
xieyiI am using kubuntu 15.1003:24
wafflejockedd: personally use the gnumix icons but running Ubuntu Gnome since I'm a fan of gnome, dunno about Unity themes really though03:25
xieyithe sddm always crash on boot03:25
zeon98Everytime i use squid i fail03:25
xieyinow I have to change to lightdm03:25
daemon_pid_007xubuntu is the best for running in virtual machines03:25
tonyyarussozeon98: Am I invisible?03:25
eddwafflejock, is it Gnome 3?03:25
wafflejockedd: yeah03:25
zeon98tonyyarusso: you say i should be able to do it using iptables?03:25
xieyibut lightdm stucks too03:25
eddwafflejock, I like Gnome 3 too.. how do I then switch to that window manager?03:25
xieyiI found the new version is very unstable03:26
wafflejockedd: a few versions back from the latest so doesn't have all the animations in the menu and notifications still in the silly bottom tray but pretty good03:26
wafflejockedd: you can install the gnome-desktop package the logout and can login to gnome session from the drop down list but personally tried it out for a few days then re-installed with Ubuntu Gnome distro disk03:26
tonyyarussozeon98: Yup.  There's a time module for that restriction, and a module for rate-limiting, so you just combine those two, and have a rule that matches and allows your LAN traffic with higher precedence than the one for the rest.03:26
eddI keep hitting the top left corner to bring up the search here :)03:26
wafflejockedd: https://ubuntugnome.org/03:26
tonyyarussozeon98: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/iptables-for-restricting-access-by-time-of-day.html has some stuff on the time bit03:27
Abexieyi: I installed kubuntu on top of my ubuntu system with apt-get install kubuntu-desktop, and just left it like that... I think kubuntu runs a lot more stable that way03:27
tonyyarussozeon98: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/163657/set-packet-rate-limit-via-iptables has some stuff about the limit module03:28
eddwafflejock, is Ubuntu Gnome a different ubuntu flavor?03:28
eddit looks like I will have to create a new usb loader for it?03:29
zeon98i can limit all traffic tonyyarusso but cant internet and local, when googling what should i type to get on the right tracks if that makes sense?03:29
tonyyarussozeon98: Just make your first rule match the local subnet an accept, and the second rule be the rate-limiting one.03:30
xieyiAbe: that requires a lot of space. I am using an old laptop.03:30
daemon_pid_007Anyone prefer pure Debian over ubuntu03:30
xieyiI will try that anyway thx03:30
xieyilooking forward to a better solution to the problem of sddm03:30
Abexieyi: well yes but I have more than 2 terrabyte of space so... I'm using a newer laptop 3rd gen03:31
daemon_pid_007How to install ubuntu on Macbook pro early 2015 13 inch03:31
Abexieyi: how much HD space do you have? it's just a few hundred MB i think03:31
daemon_pid_007Does ubuntu run well on a macbook03:32
daemon_pid_007I need help installing ubuntu on a macbook pro 201503:32
xieyiAbe: my hd space can afford an extra desktop manager. just want a better solution.03:33
eddwafflejock, can I create a bootable usb for Ubuntu gnome using live-usb-creator?03:33
VergilPrimesorry :S03:33
icansmellyoudaemon_pid_007, see if this helps. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro03:34
zeon98tonyyarusso: how do i understand internet traffic against local traffic?03:34
tonyyarussozeon98: By IP address.03:34
tonyyarussoOr interface, if you have it set up that way.03:34
zeon98that i get tonyyarusso03:35
daemon_pid_007icansmellyou: have you tried installing it03:35
Abexieyi: I think there are just those two ways. you said you use 15.10? maybe downgrade to 14.04 maybe a little more stable for you.03:35
iceyballzdaemon_pid_007: Use virtualbox if you want it up at the same time as OSX, use Bootcamp otherwise.03:35
wafflejockedd: yup should work I usually USB install03:35
wafflejockedd: not sure if I just used DD or if I used one of the disk creators last time though03:35
icansmellyoudaemon_pid_007, no i have not but i looks like others have had success in the past. i belive that link will answer any of you questions.03:35
eddok maybe I will do it some other time03:35
eddfor now this is ok :)03:36
Abexieyi: when you have an old laptop maybe kubuntu is not the right solution for you at all? maybe you should use something more lightweight?03:36
zeon98there must be a way of saying limit external traffic too x kbs and allow internal traffic to run at max03:36
wafflejockedd: yeah you can just do, sudo apt-get install gnome-desktop, if you just want to use it for now03:36
eddI didn't quite get the difference though03:37
wafflejockedd: just need to logout afterwards and choose Gnome from the menu next to your login box, just if you want to get rid of all the unity stuff easier to reinstall03:37
TJ-zeon98: yes; apply the limiting rule to traffic ingress/egress on the WAN interface03:37
AbeI don't like the new gnome 3 :( to much switching03:37
wafflejockedd: if you do the Ubuntu Gnome distro install it just doesn't have the Unity stuff in there03:37
zeon98xieyi: puppy linux is amazing with old kit03:37
daemon_pid_007iceballz: I have viryual installation using virtualbox but the performance is really bad, i cnnot use the web browse in vm so want to go with native intallation, i wanted to know if it supports the touch pad and all the other drivers like the wifi drivers work03:37
wafflejockAbe: eh I hadn't been using Gnome 2 in a while so was just a new thing to me03:37
eddoh you mean with this choice I will have to keep choosing between gnome and unity when I login?03:37
wafflejockedd: yup if you just install the package can switch between em03:38
wafflejockedd: more disk space though and I have SSD so try to keep it minimal03:38
eddthat sounds cool03:38
zeon98how do you define wan over lan TJ-03:38
TJ-zeon98: on a gateway? by the interface connected to the WAN03:38
xieyiAbe: Yeah the issue becomes more serious after kubuntu requires more memory after recent upgrades03:38
Abewafflejock: I like gnome 2 a lot more. My KDE desktop is build like Gnome 203:39
xieyizeon98: thx I am trying it03:39
zeon98no by the linux server running local03:39
Abexieyi: I experienced the opposite since the last kernel upgrade03:39
eddwafflejock, E: Unable to locate package gnome-desktop03:40
TJ-zeon98: if you're trying to apply the rules on the server itself, then you put a rule that matches the LAN subnet in the OUTPUT table as the first rule, and then the next rule applies the restriction based on
eddwafflejock, you sure that is the right command? or am I missing some repositories?03:40
TJ-zeon98: the rule matching the LAN sub-net does a -j ACCEPT03:40
tarak_I am new to IRC. Will anyone help me ?03:41
iceyballztarak_: What's up?03:41
zeon98And that will allow me to limit wan traffic and let lan traffic fully open03:42
tarak_hello iceyballz03:42
tarak_how are you ?03:42
iceyballzzeon98: He PM'd me haha03:46
zeon98just a messer i guess iceyballz?03:47
SemiNushi :)03:47
zeon98hi SemiNus03:47
SemiNusI have a question, split up in a) and b)03:47
SemiNusa) is there any mirror still offering deb's for utopic so that I do not have to upgrade even though it's risky?03:48
zeon98Good way to spilt things03:48
iceyballzzeon98: I thought so at first, just plainly a first-time IRC user03:48
tonyyarussoSemiNus: old-releases.ubuntu.com03:48
SemiNustonyyarusso, love you for that advice, thank you!03:49
tonyyarussoSemiNus: You DO have to upgrade, but that will help make the upgrade less fussy.  It is not receiving patches.03:49
zeon98where did he go iceyballz?03:49
SemiNustonyyarusso, so once I have a working  sources.list,  I could then run a  dist-upgrade, right?03:49
tonyyarussoSemiNus: yup03:49
SemiNusbecause at the moment, dist-upgrade won't work03:49
SemiNusthank you so much!03:49
AbeSemiNus: dist-upgrade doesn't work ?03:50
BluefootI installed Ubuntu and it deleted my windows 703:50
SemiNusAbe, not at the moment03:50
tonyyarusso!eol | SemiNus, see alos03:50
ubottuSemiNus, see alos: 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/EOLUpgrades03:50
iceyballzzeon98: Still chatting me, asking how to find interested channels, etc. Total new guy haha03:50
luketheduke0Bluefoot, that's great news!03:50
AbeSemiNus: whats your version what does your Pc spit out if you do dist-upgrade03:51
BluefootHaha sure is.03:51
zeon98Nah its a hard swap Bluefoot03:51
SemiNusAbe, dist-upgrade only offers to upgrade a few packages (10ish)03:51
BluefootUbuntu is also not installed03:51
zeon98Are you sure you wiped windows Bluefoot,03:51
SemiNustonyyarusso, I can only find CD images there03:52
iceyballzHey all, what is the best way for a web guy (ruby and rails) to develop a desktop app using html5 etc and wrappin it?03:52
BluefootYes, a boot menu shows, but if you boot Ubuntu "File not found" Windows: BOOTMGR is missing03:52
AbeSemiNus: get the ubuntu source.list do an apt-get update && apt-get upgrade03:52
TJ-SemiNus: you edit /etc/apt/sources.list and use old-releases.ubuntu.com in place of the current archive.ubuntu.com or whatever is there03:52
SemiNusoh I see03:53
zeon98If i recall correctly if you havent deleted the OS, the should be able to use bootmgr to repair and dual boot both03:53
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tonyyarussoSemiNus: where?03:53
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Bluefooti kinda formated windows 7 partion becuase i selected the wrong partion03:53
Bluefootand it ended up not being able to install ubuntu03:54
tarak_hey friends, why ubuntu don't find my bluetooth adapter ?03:54
iceyballzBluefoot: That would explain your bootmgr issue. That means if you want to still use windows you will need to do a complete installation using a Windows install disk with a valid key.03:54
SemiNustonyyarusso, got it working :)03:55
SemiNusthx again03:55
TJ-tarak_: that depends on the Bluetooth device03:55
zeon98Bluefoot: look at this link https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair03:55
BluefootI can't get a disc.03:55
iceyballzBluefoot: Which version of Windows was it?03:55
iceyballzBluefoot: http://www.pcworld.com/article/248995/how-to-install-windows-7-without-the-disc.html03:56
tarak_TJ,it worked in windows very well03:56
tarak_TJ, ubuntu is perfect about all drivers except this one03:56
iceyballzBluefoot: Follow that guide, but you will need to find the ISO on your own :(03:56
zeon98doesnt sound like he has killed windows03:57
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BluefootHaha! Ubuntu works!03:57
zeon98just hidden the boot record03:57
Bluefooti have it on my usb and it booted in finally03:57
iceyballzzeon98: Said he wipped the actual Windows partition03:57
iceyballzBluefoot: Nice03:57
zeon98Ah i missed that bit03:57
zeon98forget that link Bluefoot,03:58
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BluefootOh okay03:59
AbeI quitted using windows since Xp. Didn't like the way Windows was going. switched to Linux and never regred it. Probably will never use Windows in my lifetime again03:59
iceyballzAbe: Windows 10 is actually decent in some respects, I just use it to play ARK though. The linux client is not great.04:00
iceyballzOn the road: OSX, at home: linux04:00
Abeiceyballz: why games? PlayonLinux works perfect besides the new DirectX 10 11 or what. but wine will catch up ;)04:01
iceyballzAbe: Yeah I saw that before. Well get this, ARK has a native linux client. Just does not utilize my GPU as good, very resource intensive game.04:01
iceyballzSorry all, off-topic04:02
Bluefootrunning boot repair04:03
Abeiceyballz: ARK is available on Linux o_O04:03
iceyballzAbe: Yup! Go check Steam haha.04:04
Abehaha cool I was reading Direct X 11 and just told myself forget it04:05
BluefootIT WORKED!04:07
Bluefootit just deleted the boot manager....04:07
iceyballzBluefoot: Yay!04:07
AbeBoot successfully repaired. You can now reboot your computer. :D04:08
AbeI have to look for ARK04:08
BluefootI'm worried if i should try to reinstall the OS that messed it up04:08
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GoldenOrbJoin the cult of the golden orb04:14
GoldenOrbPut on your sandpaper pants04:14
Abethats why I use Kde. Try to let Windows look like that http://oi68.tinypic.com/263ihox.jpg04:14
GoldenOrbSomeone get the luke warm pudding04:15
iceyballzLike podcasts? Just found a nice looking podcast manager/player called Vocal. Designed for elementaryOS but looks nice and works on ubuntu04:16
GoldenOrbI have lost members to scientology04:17
ubottuHi! I'm #ubuntu's favorite infobot, you can search my brain yourself at http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi | Usage info: http://ubottu.com/devel/wiki/Plugins | Bot channels and general info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots | Make a clone of me: /msg ubottu botclone04:17
BluefootAnyone have a Jailbroken phone?04:17
Abehello ubottu04:17
Abegoing to offtopic04:18
iceyballzAbe: Later04:18
AbeDamn I love Twinkies :D04:19
AbeLater I have to look if there is even anybody04:20
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gp5stI have a usb disk that shows up in dmesg but it doesn't show up in blkid nor does it show up as a disk in thunar04:21
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wileeegp5st, How about lsusb, are you attached tom what's on it, a little context helps.04:32
wafflejockgp5st: may want to try lsblk too think that shows any block devices even if they aren't formatted or just check it out in gparted04:34
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AbeI wish I would live in a state where pot is legal :/04:46
gp5stWillis: didn't show up there either. dmesg shows that it found it then says it disconnects. wafflejock ok04:49
wafflejockgp5st: if it doesn't show as a device in lsusb probably not going to show in lsblk either04:49
wafflejockgp5st: lsusb will show any devices connected via USB04:50
gp5stwafflejock: yeah, that would make sense04:50
wafflejockjust didn't think of it at first04:50
gp5stalways something with usb for me. maybe i'm too rough with cables or something but i always seem to have issues :-\04:50
wileeegp5st, are you unmounting them?04:51
gp5stwileee: yes04:52
wileeegp5st, Figured you were.04:52
gp5stwhen i get the chance anyway, every now and then I just loose them04:52
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gp5stanyway, thank you04:53
wafflejockedd: sorry just saw your old message http://itsfoss.com/how-to-install-gnome-in-ubuntu-14-04/ should have been ubuntu-gnome-desktop package04:56
Ze_Anybody here?05:01
iceyballzZe_: Hello05:01
AbeIs there a German ubuntu channel ??05:01
inteus!de | Abe05:02
ubottuAbe: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!05:02
iceyballzSprechen sie deustch? :D05:02
iceyballzGiel, wo wohnst du05:02
Abeaber ich lebe in den US05:02
AbeIch bin halb deutsch halb Ami ;)05:03
iceyballzNice to speak in german once in a while :D05:03
Abewhere do you live?05:03
iceyballzIL haha05:04
iceyballzIllinois, USA05:04
AbeLol auch ein Ami der Deutsch kann :D05:04
AbeIch leb West coast05:05
iceyballzJa, meinen famillie kommt aus Deutschland05:05
AbeSo U never lived in Germany?05:05
iceyballzNope, been multiple times tho, actually going at end of Nov for a month05:06
Abelived there most of my life actually05:06
OerHekslets keep this channel ontopic, please. Ubuntu support that is.05:06
Abeok wait lived in the State Nordrhein Westfalen in Siegen <--05:07
Abenear colonge05:08
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!05:10
lotuspsychjestay ontopic guys05:10
AbeI did I just wanted to finish my sentence sorry guys05:11
zeon98Just for fun, I've got a lot of help from this channel and i thought i would give a little back05:12
AbeI go to  #ubuntu-de for a while then.05:14
zeon98the first person to IM me gets a £5 amazon voucher. The only conditions is you then try to do something nice for two people in the future.05:14
Abenah that channel is empty05:16
zeon98you german Abe?05:16
Abehalf half basically05:16
zeon98Where in Germany are you from05:17
zeon98or half from05:17
Abethey said we have to keep it ontopic05:17
zeon98ah forgot about that. Anything i can help with?05:18
Abelived near colonge over 21 years now live on west coast in the usa05:18
Abezeon98: No I don't need help everthing works fine :D05:21
eddI am trying to connect my Ubuntu 15.10 installation to a HP printer on the network05:21
eddis this the right set of drivers --> http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2015/04/hplip-support-ubuntu-1504-linuxmint-17-1/ ?05:21
eddit says it works for 15.0405:21
eddmaybe someone here can help?05:22
Abeedd: did you do what the webpage is telling you?05:22
eddI am downloading the drivers now05:23
eddbut I am not sure if they are the right ones05:23
wafflejockedd: yeah not sure I'm using the hplip drivers myself but on 14.04 http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=hplip&searchon=names&suite=vivid&section=all05:23
wafflejockedd: should be able to just, sudo apt-get install hplip05:23
Abeedd: and did that work?05:25
deper29so, I'm a bad person and I waited too long to upgrade my system. I'm running utopic 14.10, but it is giving me errors when I try to upgrade05:29
cfhowlett!eolupgrade | deper2905:30
ubottudeper29: 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/EOLUpgrades05:30
deper29I get a bunch of 404 errors when I do dist-upgrade05:30
cfhowlettdeper29, OR you can torrent the .iso, make a bootable USB and clean install05:30
inteusclean install is always a good thing05:31
deper29yeah, I hate doing a clean install :( then I have to reconfigure my whole system again.05:32
cfhowlettdeper29, perhaps LTS only would suit you best ...05:32
deper29I feel that's something that should be worked out some day05:32
ubottuLTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04)05:32
deper29cfhowlett: yeah, perhaps I'll start using LTS from now on05:32
cfhowlettdeper29, 14.04 is current version.  16.04 will drop in 6 months.05:33
deper29okay, thanks a bunch for the help05:33
deper29is it recommended I backup my /home and just rsync it onto my new install?05:33
deper29err, not recommended05:33
cfhowlettdeper29, well, that's one method.  but if you have a separate home, no need.05:34
cfhowlett!home | deper2905:34
ubottudeper29: Your home directory is where all of your personal files are usually kept. For moving your home directory to a separate partition, please see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving05:34
deper29yeah, it's not on a separate partition at the moment. I'll make another partition and throw it there and deal with that then05:35
deper29thanks for the help cfhowlett and inteus05:35
cfhowlettdeper29, happy2help!05:35
AbeI want this! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XdHOJiTkcg0 but idk how. :(05:38
lotuspsychjeAbe: no offtopic here please05:39
Abelotuspsychje: is that offtopic?05:39
Abek let me move05:39
TundraEvening folks, I have an executable for a game that simply won't run. Any thoughts?05:39
inteus!details | Tundra05:40
ubottuTundra: 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)05:40
Abewhich .exe file are we talking about05:40
iceyballzTundra: checked permissions for executable?05:40
TundraNot an exe Abe05:40
AbeTundra: .sh ?05:40
Tundraiceyballz, I just hit it with chmod +x05:40
iceyballzTundra: Just for checking, right click and goto permissions, is your group set for executable?05:41
TundraAbe, dunno, just labeled executable05:41
Abewhat does it say if you do ./yourexecutable ?05:41
Tundraiceyballz, yeah, pretty sure05:42
iceyballzTundra: Are you starting it with ./xxxx in term or just a double-click? No errors in term?05:42
Tundraiceyballz, just double click05:43
TundraAbe, that returns: error while loading shared libraries: libglut.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory05:43
OerHekswe can start guessing, what is the name of that game, Tundra ?05:43
iceyballzTundra: try in term with ./filename05:43
TundraOerHeks, uplink05:43
iceyballzmake sure to cd first to its location05:44
Tundraiceyballz, rever to what I just told Abe05:44
iceyballzAh, missing libraries on your system05:44
AbeI think you need some things05:44
cfhowlettTundra, so where did you install this game from??05:45
iceyballzTundra: apt-get install freeglut305:45
OerHekssudo apt-get install freeglut3 # and try again05:45
iceyballzSee if that fixes things for you05:45
cfhowlettOerHeks, eh?    # ?05:45
AbeTundra: use the Synaptic Package Manager to install the package freeglut305:46
Abeor yes that what iceyballz said05:46
Tundra./uplink: symbol lookup error: ./uplink: undefined symbol: __glutRoot05:47
iceyballzTundra: Is that after installing freeglut3?05:47
TundraI ran sudo apt-get install freeglut305:47
iceyballzTundra: ut libglut.so.3.7 and this script in your uplink directory:05:48
Tundraiceyballz, pardon?05:48
AbeTundra: I found that http://forums.introversion.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=3325605:48
iceyballzSame thing follow that last step I sent and it seems per other users to fix the issue05:49
Tundraiceyballz, sure, but I didn't really get what you were saying05:50
TundraNor do I know how to make that script05:50
Tundrawell, the one Abe gave me05:50
iceyballzTundra: First: move libglut.so.3.7 into /uplink05:50
Abehttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=154937&page=3&p=3396009#post3396009 trying to get uplink running?05:51
iceyballzTundra: Second: make a new script in your text editor and paste "#!/bin/sh05:51
OerHeksnice, we give support for a paid game https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/uplink/05:51
iceyballzTundra: Third: Use this new script instead of normal launcher05:52
Tundraiceyballz, ok, where do I find libglut?05:52
iceyballzTundra: http://dri.sourceforge.net/res/libglut.so.3.7.005:52
Tundraiceyballz, ok, so now I make a new text file with a text editor like mousepad?05:53
iceyballzEither use no extension or .sh05:54
AbeTundra: look in synaptic package manager for missing libraries. they mostly have everything you need05:55
Tundraiceyballz, any specific name?05:55
iceyballzAbe: he needs it specifically in his folder, not through the manager05:56
iceyballzTundra: Nope, perhaps "useme" or "launcher"05:56
iceyballzTundra: Then just in terminal run "./launcher" or whatever you named it.05:57
CanberraGuy^hello, can someone help me with iptable, if I got iptables -A INPUT -s -d -j ACCEPT , is it mean im accepting - ?05:57
Abeiceyballz: well i ment in general to make synaptic your friend05:57
iceyballzAbe: Yeah he already installed via synaptic. This specific fix unfort makes him manually put it in his folder05:58
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Tundraiceyballz, ./test.sh: 5: exec: ./uplink-bin: not found05:59
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inteus"sudo updatedb" then "locate libglut.so.3.7"06:00
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Tundrainteus, and the point of that was?06:01
iceyballzinteus: Looks like libglut is not his prob06:01
iceyballzTundra: ./uplink-bin is not found, anything named similar?06:01
inteussorry, was half paying attention06:01
* inteus goes back to his corner06:01
Tundraiceyballz, only similar is just labled uplink06:03
iceyballzTundra: file extension for that?06:03
iceyballzTundra: or none06:03
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AbeIt would be a great Idea to use teamviewer for support ? or not ?06:04
Tundraiceyballz, nada06:05
TundraAbe, to what extent?06:05
iceyballzTundra: edit the custom script we made, change "./uplink-bin" to "./uplink"06:05
iceyballzThat should do it06:06
MJ94Any idea why when I run make > make.log only the first line of the output is logged?06:06
Tundraiceyballz, ./uplink: symbol lookup error: ./uplink: undefined symbol: __glutRoot06:06
TundraThis doesn't make any sense06:06
iceyballzWait did you run ./uplink in terminal or ./our_script?06:06
Tundraour script06:07
iceyballzAnd you edited like stated and saved?06:07
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iceyballzWow, that is odd06:07
TundraUnfortunately that seems to be a recurring theme06:07
iceyballzOnly thing I can think of is the program you are tyring to use is using a different version of the lib, in which case you would need to ask them which version and track it down.06:08
Tundrachrist almighty06:08
iamrohit7i have my partition layout as http://imgur.com/KFgMXJH i want to decrease /dev/sda1 to 180GB but i cannot seem to resize. how do i go about doing it?06:08
iceyballzTundra: sorry bud, tried haha!06:09
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Blue1iamrohit7: have you tried gparted?06:09
cfhowlettiamrohit7, 298gb if your /boot!!??06:10
iamrohit7Blue1: that's the image i posted.06:10
iamrohit7cfhowlett: ??06:10
cfhowlettget ubuntu USB, boot, start gparted, select partition, shrink partition06:10
OerHeksiamrohit7, unmount that sda drive, then you can change things.06:10
Blue1iamrohit7: yup.  it is.  sorry06:11
taseI've mounted a windows share on ubuntu as cifs, but when I create files in it from ubuntu, they have some wierd permissions in windows, how do I fix the mount to create as 77706:11
Blue1iamrohit7: you should be able to use a bootable dvd, and re-size it -06:11
CanberraGuy^hello, can someone help me with iptable, if I got iptables -A INPUT -s -d -j ACCEPT , is it mean im accepting - ?06:11
iceyballztase: manually set permissions in teminal at top-level folder of the share, set recursive06:12
iamrohit7thanks guys.06:12
* Tundra sighs06:12
iceyballztase: chmod -R 777 /dir06:12
byabbablabb_careful with that /dir06:12
iceyballzbyabbablabb_: Yeah, tase: only in the dir you want to actually do it it06:13
iceyballzmake a specific one06:13
AbeTundra: If you have problems getting it running what is if.. just if you get it for windows and just play it with wine. It got a Platinum rating on WineHq. would be a good workaround tho just sayin06:13
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Guest26836nice my favorite ubuntu06:14
TundraAbe, yeah, that's a possibility. I've just been banging my head against wine all day for other things.06:14
iceyballzTundra: or checkout https://www.playonlinux.com/en/ to run windows apps as well06:14
wafflejockany advice on where to manually install programs I see conflicting info on the net, I just have phpstorm I manually installed but for now had it extracted in the Downloads folder but want to put it somewhere more appropriate, should I use /usr/local/ or /opt/ ? I see some things in both places right now, is there any reason to use one or the other?06:15
taseI've made the file 777 but it still says I dont have permission to open that file on windows06:16
Tundraiceyballz, Used it. Just a little tired of pplaying with wine today, that's all. otherwise I'd go for it06:16
iceyballztrying to setup a local web stack06:16
omgitsmitwafflejock: my programs are all in /usr/bin and /usr/sbin06:17
iceyballzwafflejock: sorry that was for you, web dev stack?06:17
wafflejockomgitsmit: from what I read that's just for distro installed programs though06:17
Guest26836i will try playonlinux verey licke06:17
omgitsmitwafflejock: when i compile, make and make install - it places the biaries there06:17
omgitsmitwafflejock: ive seen some tutorials use /opt/ as well06:18
wafflejockomgitsmit: yeah have seen that for the most part too unless I specify something during ./configure06:18
wafflejockthink I"m going with opt06:18
wafflejocklooks like more stuff is there, sublime_text and a few other things06:18
omgitsmitwafflejock: lazy admin keeps my stuff in my home folder lol06:18
wafflejockomgitsmit: heh yeah that's what I'm trying to get away from :)06:19
omgitsmityou are brave06:19
omgitsmitgod speed06:19
AbeTundra: Use PlayonLinux it is very useful. just get the right wine version for each game and look on winehq how other people got it running !06:19
omgitsmitPOL has been hit or miss with me, more miss than hit when i tried it years ago06:20
wafflejockiceyballz: oh no I already have the web stuff installed, just an IDE that comes as a zipped file you just extract06:20
TundraAbe, like I said, tired of screwing with wine. That includes POL and POM. Bout to go to bed anyways06:20
TundraNight all, thanks for the help06:21
iceyballzNice, have a good night all, Im out till sometime tomorrow.06:21
AbeI got almost every game running I have with PlayonLinux. never had Problems with it. even newer games are running flawlessly06:21
Abeok Tundra gn8 still maybe you're doing something wrong with POL ?06:22
Abecuz 90% of my windows games are running actually06:23
Abeeven multiplayer games06:24
byabbablabb_Abe: have you tried GTAV?06:27
cfhowlett!steam | Abe06:27
ubottuAbe: Valve have officially announced that they are developing Steam and are working with !ubuntu during their development, see http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/linux/steamd-penguins/ for further details, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Valve for install instructions, you can also join #ubuntu-steam for discussion.06:27
byabbablabb_just curious06:27
ElGatoSaezhello everybody06:29
nrdbcurrent my server is keeping 2 kernels (current and the last one) can I increase this so it will keep more old kernels?06:29
ElGatoSaezubuntu is a good distro <306:30
Abebyabbablabb_: No but look I just got it running cuz it sounds interesting. don't jugde me cuz I didn't pay for it http://4.1m.yt/wVQHssE2T.png06:30
Abeworks perfect. evrything that does not require DX 11 works fine06:30
Abeor DX 1006:30
ElGatoSaezany help?06:31
ElGatoSaez./fastboot devices06:31
ElGatoSaez-bash: ./fastboot: No such file or directory06:31
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AbeInstalling under POL is so easy I don't understand how people can have problems with it :/06:32
Abeit's so easy06:32
byabbablabb_oonly a couple of games are holding me off obliterating my Windows 10 ssd completely06:33
byabbablabb_i need my fix every now and then *_*06:33
Abebyabbablabb_: Ok everything besides the Newest games that require DX 10 or 11... but I've heard that Wine is going to deliver DX 10 end of this year!06:35
Abedon't know if it's true thos06:36
ubottuUm thanks... We *really* did not need to know that...06:36
byabbablabb_fallout 3 supposedly runs better than on windows - i imagine that modding that would be a right pain tho06:37
cfhowlett!patience | ElGatoSaez,06:37
ubottuElGatoSaez,: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/06:37
AbeI have fallout 3 and new vegas... never modded it though06:37
wutttttttttttubuntu 12.04 user here, recently made a second profile on the computer, but whenever i try to switch from second(standard) profile back to my main(admin) profile, after typing password to log in, i see the screen flash but it's stuck in the login screen. However, i can move the cursor around and it changes appropriately to where my windows were(cursor changes into text input cursor, window size adjuster cursor, etc) but screen06:37
wuttttttttttt....anyone know what's causing it?06:37
ElGatoSaezdoesn't matter I'm solving it06:38
baito.O nobody knows06:39
ElGatoSaezI love ubuntu, I don't use it because my mom needs office for her university06:39
Abewileee: thx that was also not necessary06:39
baitdoesn't libreoffice support docx now?06:39
sparrow_ncyes it does06:39
baitalthough the review feature of ms office isn't present06:39
ElGatoSaezSolved! :D06:39
baitshe probably needs the review feature, so no06:40
byabbablabb_ElGatoSaez: execute permission?06:40
ElGatoSaezAbe, my mom needs other softwares also like project professional and access06:40
ElGatoSaezbyabbablabb_, I don't know, I'm just following a tutorial for updating phones06:40
byabbablabb_ElGatoSaez: or 32bit libs on 64bit possibly06:40
ElGatoSaezYeah I Did that byabbablabb_  with the askubuntu stuff, thanks! :D06:40
baiti've seen businesses with millions in profits running windows 9506:40
ElGatoSaezWell hope it works now06:41
cfhowlettbait, completely off-topic >>> #ubuntu-offtopic06:41
nrdbcurrent my server is keeping 2 kernels (current and the last one) can I increase this so it will keep more old kernels?06:42
cfhowlettnrdb, no need.  by default, old kernels must be manually deleted.06:42
sparrow_ncold kernels deleted on upgrade06:43
ElGatoSaezomg I did it!!! thanks ubuntu, thanks tutorials06:43
byabbablabb_you can mark kernels to keep i'm pretty sure06:44
AbeElGatoSaez: If I need Programs like that I have a Windows 7 Virtual Machine06:44
ElGatoSaezAbe, yeah but my PC isn't that fancy to run that06:45
ElGatoSaezI would prefer to wait to have another PC for me and this PC I Will gift it to my mom06:45
Abeoh maybe you find something similar for Linux ?06:45
AbeElGatoSaez: there is probably something out there that can replace it06:46
sparrow_nc@El  its what I did...06:46
baizonnrdb: http://askubuntu.com/questions/620266/how-does-apt-decide-how-many-old-kernels-to-keep06:46
ElGatoSaezyeah Abe but I will wait for my mom finish her study06:47
ElGatoSaezIt's only months so06:47
ElGatoSaezthanks anyways06:47
byabbablabb_AgeLock: hello06:48
ElGatoSaezI'm using a Live USB right now, but does every work06:50
ElGatoSaezLove this distro lol06:50
ElGatoSaezhey old106:57
SlaveOfJesusHi, why i can't install flashplugin to Chromium browser?06:59
SlaveOfJesusI have it already installed but somehow plugin isnt in chrome://plugins06:59
ElGatoSaezSlaveOfJesus, I did it on my grandmother laptop, was a difficult process but not impossible07:00
SlaveOfJesusi tried to link plugin from /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins it didnt work07:00
SlaveOfJesusmozilla firefox works but not chromium07:01
nrdbbaizon, thanks07:02
zeon98Is there any control here?07:03
old1hey im on 12.04 and my repostiory is fragged i think because of an upgrade of vim that went bad howdo i wipe vim or the repository or cache or whatever to apt-get working again any suggestions?07:05
old1hiya ElGatoSaez07:06
ElGatoSaez!patience | SlaveOfJesus07:06
ubottuSlaveOfJesus: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/07:06
ElGatoSaezSlaveOfJesus, not sure of what I did, it was last year, but you can do it07:06
SlaveOfJesusElGatoSaez: i feel ignored07:07
zeon98you not ignored SlaveOfJesus07:07
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zeon98Sup SlaveOfJesus,07:10
ElGatoSaezwell I'm going to bed, thanks guys for the help I successfully upgraded by phone07:12
AbeDamn how I hate Us Plugins they always fall out. and are just hanging half way in the wall. they're so annoying07:18
Abeeurope has way better plugins. you really have to pull to get them out of the wall07:19
SlaveOfJesusWhy i cant install flash plugin in Chromium? i tried to link plugin from /usr/lib/flashplugin-installer to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins it didnt work07:19
Abehere you touch the cable and boom everything goes out >:(07:20
reddeath68I have a fresh install of ubuntu 15.10 that crashes when running firefox and wine but the crash is random07:26
baizonreddeath68: check memory07:26
reddeath68had same problem in 14.04 which is why i upgraded when I redid my system07:26
reddeath68baizon, so reseat the ram?07:27
baizonreddeath68: no, your ram can be broken07:27
reddeath68baizon, so boot into grub and choose mem test?07:28
baizonreddeath68: yes07:28
reddeath68baizon, ok thnx will do that once im done saving files and such07:28
django_for chrome07:29
django_how do i make it so when i close session gets saved07:29
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baizondjango_: Browse to Settings > “Basics” tab > and under the first section (“On startup”), change the selection from “open the homepage” to “reopen the pages that were open last.”07:31
liquidmetalAnyone here familar with Markov random fields?07:33
linociscohi how to change computer name?07:33
baizonlinocisco: http://askubuntu.com/questions/9540/how-do-i-change-the-computer-name07:33
isaiahi there.. i need a linux expect to help me createa very small script *.sh or another apropriate way to Check and Start an aplication. i appreciate. thank you07:37
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ulot0join #ubuntu-cn08:00
jscixman, this IRC client is terrible.08:02
jscixanyone know a good irc client for linux?08:03
Seveasjscix: then try a better one :)08:03
baizonjscix: hexchat08:03
jscixty, lemme try.08:03
Seveashexchat is the usual gui one, irssi is nice for console junkies08:03
jscixI like both08:03
baizonor weechat08:04
baiti'm on xchat-gnome08:04
baitcan't say it's great though08:04
baitit's ok08:04
jscixx-chat gnome is the one im on currently, I dont like it.08:05
baizonjscix: hexchat is the fork of xchat ;)08:05
baizonjscix: else you can try kvirc08:06
jscixthe interface is really messy08:06
baitit is?08:06
baitonly part i dont like about it is you need to use ctrl + u to see userlist08:06
Finetundarjscix: maybe quassel?08:06
baitother than that, it's fine as far as irc clients go08:06
adn34Hello... I want to use fcitx to write in Bangla / Bengali language..08:06
adn34How can i do so?08:06
adn34I'm on Kubuntu 15.1008:06
linociscohi all08:07
adn34my fcitx-diagnose is here : http://pastebin.com/0hRiy2cH08:07
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linociscohi all08:08
jscix1this is actually much better haha.08:08
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linociscomy laptop was installed 15.04 where my D-link USB modem was ok. now with LTS 14.04.3, it is not working .lsusb detected but can't turn on mobile internet08:09
jscixAnyone know how I show the user-list with irssi?08:13
jscixtheir website won't load for some reason.08:13
kavinSoftware Updater is not showing the availability of new Ubuntu Version.08:14
kavini have enabled notfy me of a new ubuntu version.08:15
cfhowlettkavin, cat /etc/issue | nc termbin.com 999908:15
cfhowlettpaste the url here08:15
cfhowlettkavin, sudo do-release-upgrade           should get 15.1008:16
kavinSoftware Updater says that I need to download 270 MB. I dont want to install updates since I would be installing new version of ubuntu.08:20
kavinUbuntu 15.04 \n \l08:20
kavinthanks cfhowlett.. Your help is much appreciated08:21
kavinThe command works fine08:21
bekkskavin: Which command do you use for updating?08:22
kavinHi bekks, I used sudo do-release-upgrade08:23
linociscohi all08:23
bekkskavin: So do you want to update to 15.10 or do you just want to update to the latest package versions on 15.04?08:24
linociscoi want to list all files/folders by type upon dialogbox after clicking browse button, it has only "Name", "size", "modified" headings, nothing can be added08:24
kavinNo, I want to update to 15.10 since I wanted to make use of latest Mate Desktop.08:25
bekkskavin: Then just do it? :)08:25
bekkslinocisco: This dialogbox is shown where?08:26
kavin@linocisco Which Desktop Environment do u use?08:26
linociscobekks, any recruitment website or any website which offer you to upload something from your computer, you need to click, add or upload or browse button and then you will see dialog box to choose file08:27
linociscokavin, 14.04.3 LTS. x6408:27
bekkslinocisco: which browser?08:27
linociscobekks, firefox08:27
bekkslinocisco: Then you have to talk to the mozilla devs for implementing it :)08:28
linociscobekks, it is default on ubuntu08:28
bekkslinocisco: Doesnt matter. You want something which is not implemented in firefox.08:29
linociscobekks, ok. i will check other browsers08:29
bekkslinocisco: So if you want it to be implemented, open up a feature request on the firefox official website.08:29
linociscobekks, but it is same thing when we upload image on Libre office to upload or insert image dialogbox08:30
linociscobekks, meaning not only on firefox08:30
bekkslinocisco: there is a standard interface for applications to use a default dialog box. thats what they do. if you want them to use other dialog boxes, with more features, etc., the devs of every single app have to implement it.08:31
linociscobekks, I dont them to implement another dialog box, just to give users a few options like Ms Windows to add more columns in heading08:32
linociscobekks, I dont want them to implement another dialog box, just to give users a few options like Ms Windows to add more columns in heading08:33
bekkslinocisco: thats something they have to implement. Devs of every single app, for every single app.08:33
bekkslinocisco: Technically, a dialog box with more options is a different dialog box.08:33
linociscobekks, that is actually useful feature and ubuntu is 15.10 now. when will this feature be added on ubuntu?08:34
bekkslinocisco: Whenever you add a feature request on the upstrea, website of every application you want to behave like that.08:35
linociscobekks, URL pls08:35
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dylan_hello all08:40
baitdon't be lazy. if you're gonna say hello, use their names08:41
dylan_dude ?08:41
dylan_im just popping in alright08:42
baitand i'm making bad jokes alright?08:42
dylan_so basically your trying to be tough on the net>08:42
dylan_dont abuse me man08:43
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bekkslinocisco: url for what? :)09:02
linociscobekks, URL to submit request09:02
bekkslinocisco: that url is different for every single application.09:04
freezeveecan you please suggest a nice irc app for ubuntu ?09:07
freezeveexchat looks like crap09:07
Klojumit works fine though09:08
freezeveeyes but the gui looks like winodws 3.1109:09
bekksfreezevee: Just use hexchat or kvirc then.09:09
freezeveebekks: thanks09:09
somanDo I need setuid(0) in my code if the file owner is 'root' and UID bit is set?09:13
somanAs I understand my app will be always run as root.09:14
baitwhy don't you test?09:14
somanbait: Haven't chance now and trying to understand the purpose of UID and GID bits.09:15
salluOsirez, Hi09:15
salluAny One using ubuntu in uefi mode enabled09:17
baitare you talking about crond?09:17
baitwhat is uefi mode? my comp has uefi and on ubuntu09:19
Ubik_hello I am considering installing virtualbox  should i take v4 or v5?09:19
baittake latest version, virtual box tends to allow a lot of features with version changes09:19
baitincluding networking/interface improvements09:20
Ubik_bait: ok anything special to consider ie disk space allowed?09:20
baitstability sure09:21
baitbut usually not an issue09:21
Ubik_bait: is 20 gb suffucient space to allow?09:21
Ubik_ok ty09:22
baitdepends on what you're installing09:22
Ubik_lubuntu and maybe xfce mint09:22
baitanything about 5gb and ur safe09:22
sharkHello! Problem printing, Status goes from "processing" to "stopped", Ubuntu 15.10, printer HP LaserJet M1132 MFP. Any ideas how to fix this ?09:24
baitcheck if hp has drivers for linux09:25
KlojumAdd paper?09:25
Ubik_bait: i did not mention virtualbox would run on a windows xp machine does it change anything? (i think you d guess that anyway)09:27
sharkI have 3.15.7 HPLIP, my printer requires 3.10.4 or higher.09:31
qoorI'm on 15.04, how can I prefetch all the needed files for 15.10 without actually performing the upgrade part til later09:31
qoorMy internet is slow09:32
cfhowlettqoor, torrent09:32
qoorcfhowlett, just download the iso of 15.10?09:33
cfhowlettTORRENT the .iso of 15.10   perfect for slow speed internet09:33
KlojumUse the zsync tool to update your ISO file.09:33
baitubik, i don't know, why would you do that?09:33
baithavn't touched xp in years09:34
salluanyone using ubuntu in uefi mode enabled09:34
baiti am09:34
sharkAny other solutions for my printer problem ?09:34
salluno one is using linux in uefi mode09:34
sallubait, ok09:34
baitit's not uefi mode09:35
baitit's uefi09:35
sallubait, you are using dual boot09:35
baitand everybody basically has uefi09:35
Klojumsallu: what's the real question?09:35
qoorcfhowlett: Is it a matter of simply running the iso file once it's completed?09:35
sallureal question is i have a friend who is having issue with uefi , he is here , Hi AF_09:35
AF_hi sallu09:35
baitubuntu is signed on uefi09:35
cfhowlettqoor, make a boot USB, boot from USB and clean install ubuntu 15.1009:35
baittry 14.0409:36
sallubait, you using dual boot ?09:36
AF_cfhowlett, want to install along side ubuntu09:36
baitno, and it doesn't matter09:36
cfhowlettAF_, ? not following.  what???09:36
salluKlojum, you got the point , i explain again what issue i really found on HP09:36
baituefi is signed for uefi, it will install without issue even if you have uefi09:36
baiti mean ubuntu is signed on uefi09:36
baitsome other distributions may not work though09:37
qoorcfhowlett: What about my home directory and installed programs, will they survive that?09:37
cfhowlett!home | qoor, probably if you avoid formatting your /home.  certainly if you have  a dedicated /home09:37
ubottuqoor, probably if you avoid formatting your /home.  certainly if you have  a dedicated /home: Your home directory is where all of your personal files are usually kept. For moving your home directory to a separate partition, please see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving09:37
salluThe problem was that HP hard coded the path for the OS boot manager in their UEFI boot manager to09:38
sallu\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\bootmgfw.efi to boot microsoft windows09:38
qoorThanks for your advice!09:38
salluis that right ?09:38
Klojumcfhowlett: FYI, read up on this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ZsyncCdImage   You can keep your ISO file update, and Ubuntu supports it.09:38
cfhowlettqoor, happy2help!09:38
cfhowlettKlojum, will do09:39
sallubait, ubuntu is signed on uefi ? what do you mean by that ... every OS support legacy mode09:39
baituefi only allows signed operating systems to be installed09:39
baita lot of distributions of linux don't bother going through the signing processing, it is expensive and annoying09:40
baitubuntu does go through it09:40
KlojumJust put your computer into legacy mode and install your OS.09:40
AF_sallu, what if i switched back to bot mode09:41
salluKlojum, you have absolutely no understanding of uefi then09:41
sallubait, i tell you09:41
baithmmm, i never tried installing linux on hp09:41
baiti doubt it's an issue even with dual boot though09:42
Alex11223hi, I have USB wireless adapter TP-LINK WN722N and Ubuntu 14.04.3 in VMWare Player.09:43
Alex11223I connected adapter to it and when I write lsusb I can see it (Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0cf3:9271 Atheros Communications, Inc. AR9271 802.11n) but wifi does not work, iwconfig or airmon-ng does not show it09:43
Alex11223I even tried to add firmware to lib/firmware and install backports but it did not help. What should I do?09:43
baitjust go into uefi, set your installation media as first boot option, then install09:43
baityou do need unused hard drive space to install though09:43
salluAF_, hmmmm09:44
sallubait, you talking about uefi with secure boot on, which usually doesn't not allow unsigned OS, you are right09:44
salluAF_, listen to bait09:45
sallubait, he has windows 10 already installed in uefi mode, and now he wants to install ubuntu alongside ..09:47
salluas a dual boot09:47
baitmake him use wubi09:47
baitif he's scared09:48
bekks!wubi | bait09:48
ubottubait: Wubi was a way to install Ubuntu from within Windows, but it is no longer supported in recent versions of Ubuntu and was never well maintained even for Ubuntu 12.04. Do not use Wubi. See !install for other options for installing Ubuntu.09:48
ubottuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate09:49
bekksbait: wubi isnt supported anymore.09:50
baitnever used it, wouldn't nko09:50
motaka2Hello, I was using ubuntu 1204 on one system it stated not to boot, I disconnected the hard drive and used another case using the previous hard darive and now I see my desktop09:50
motaka2what should I do ?09:50
sallubait, he tried to use wubi , stub09:51
salluwhere is he09:51
salluahmad where are you ?09:51
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baithe has several options09:52
salluwhat is hellp09:52
salluwho is Guest87634 ?09:52
bait1. use virtual box with ubuntu, slower but has full features09:52
salluahmad are you a guest here09:52
salluguest use command /nick ahmad09:53
bait2. repartition his hard drive or get new hard drive, try installing ubuntu09:53
MonkeyDustsallu  confine yourself to ubuntu support qsuestions09:53
salluMonkeyDust, its related to ubuntu in Hp laptops ?, don't you think that i am also trying to help other people here09:53
Guest87634Hi I m italian09:54
sallubait, yeah i told him to break one last partition in to 3 ext 4 partitions , one for root , one for home , and one for swap\09:54
baitand before you do anything, try live version of ubuntu without installing, so you can test stability09:54
baitmotaka, your question isn't clear09:56
baitis the issue heat?09:56
AF_sallu, hmmmmm09:56
sallubait, but are you sure it will work with dual boot , ubuntu grub handle everything even in uefi mode09:56
baituefi dual boot uses boot order09:57
baitif the live version works, shouldn't be a problem09:57
baitif something goes wrong, it won't affect windows09:58
baityou can just format the ubuntu partition09:58
baitand increase the windows partition to roll things back09:58
baitassuming you do things right, the risk is low09:58
baitassuming you make mistakes, problems can occur09:58
salluAF_, hmmmm09:59
sallubait, yeah right, i do that to his hp probook and will let you guys know the updates09:59
Dashelli just upgraded to the latest ubuntu, but when i restarted after the upgrade, all it does is go to the Lubuntu screen, all the little dots light up and the nothing happens, it doesn't load anything else10:00
Dashelli waited almost 20 minutes and nothing happened10:00
baittry to run in safe mode, back up all files, re-install10:01
bekksbait: This isnt windows.10:01
bekksDashell: which graphics adapter do you have?10:01
baitum, there is a safe mode for ubuntu as well10:02
Dashelli don't know, it was an AMD card, and I mean i can't check because it won't boot10:02
Dashellit was the xf something,10:02
bekks!nomodeset | Dashell10:02
ubottuDashell: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter10:02
baitoh, now i remember what i did10:02
baiti ran the live version from usb, backed up files10:03
Dashellhow do i get into a terminal when ubutnu doesn't load?10:03
baitthen reinstalled10:03
cfhowlettDashell, read the wiki.10:03
Dashelland the screen isn't black, it just doesn't go past the loading screen10:03
dethaWhen trying to do a PXE install on an isolated network, the installer still wants to contact security.ubuntu.com, and hangs if it isn't given access to that. How does one tell it not to try that?10:06
cfhowlettdetha, pretty sure #ubuntu-server has more experience with PXE than this channel10:07
dethathanks, let me try that10:07
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szybki_slupHi. I'm trying to install Ubuntu Server 15.10, and I have strange issue. The installer stuck on "Installing the base system | Retrieving libc-bin". I was trying to install Ubuntu on different computers, but always the same issue. I can't download libc-bin_2.21-0ubuntu4_i386.deb even via the browser. The strange thing is, that when I'm trying to do that using different internet connection, it works without any problems. Any ideas10:10
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cfhowlett!server | szybki_slup10:10
ubottuszybki_slup: 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-server10:10
MonkeyDustszybki_slup  there's also #ubuntu-server10:10
MonkeyDustcfhowlett  was faster10:10
cfhowlettdoubleshot latte will do that to you ...10:11
MonkeyDustcfhowlett  black coffee with sugar here10:11
szybki_slupok, tkanks10:12
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motaka2Hello, I was using ubuntu 1204 on one system it stated not to boot, I disconnected the hard drive and used another case using the previous hard darive and now I see my desktop10:21
bekksmotaka2: So if you see your desktop now, whats the issue?10:22
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Niesh_Hi , i'm using ubuntu 14.04 and want to install dev package KF5 form kde  can anyone help in installing that10:23
motaka2bekks: I think I have to back up first10:24
Guest13736hi, where can i find in xubuntu a hardware-check10:24
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baitthey only check ram or memory10:25
Guest13736i want to see what kind of hardware i into10:25
SeveasGuest13736: sudo lshw | less10:25
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Guest13736because what kind off distribution is correktly for it10:25
Niesh_kde suggested me to ask in ubuntu form as as the names can differ between them.10:26
SeveasNiesh_: there seem to be many kf5 packages10:27
erxr3hello everyone, is ddrescue a tool to create a disk image, on which you can apply further data recovery tools, or is it by itself a tool to recover data from images?10:27
SeveasNiesh_: apt-cache search kf5 | grep -- '-dev'10:27
Seveaserxr3: the former10:28
Seveaserxr3: additional recovery tools would be things like simply trying to mount the image, or tools like photorec.10:28
erxr3Seveas, I thought so.10:28
MonkeyDustGuest13736  sudo lshw -html > hardware.html gives a nicer output10:28
Guest13736Seveas, thanks where can i post the configuration?10:29
erxr3Seveas, yes, I am in the process of a partition recovery, and created via ddrescue an image of the partition, and applied testdisk on it. but it didnt save any data. this may have to do with that the partition could not retain the data I'd saved there10:29
SeveasGuest13736: wherever you want as long as it's not in here :)10:29
Guest13736Seveas,  thats the problem ;-)10:30
Niesh_Seveas: thanks10:30
erxr3Seveas, is there any other way to make sure whether the partition contains the data or not?10:30
Seveaserxr3: I'd mount it and do 'ls' :)10:31
Guest13736Seveas, there was a link to post the configuration in web and give you a link10:36
MonkeyDustGuest13736  i think you mean pastebinit10:37
erxr3Seveas, the problem is, I cannot mount it. as I've told some people here yesterday, I had a file system mess while creating partitions and saving data on them. and I found out that this partition, that I created and saved data on in the previous session, has become labelled as "unknown". yet it can still be shown in the output of fdisk here; /dev/sdb910:37
erxr3it is shown as "unknown" like this: http://is.gd/3Vwruq10:38
Guest13736MonkeyDust,  yes thanks!10:38
erxr3when I just tried to mount it I got this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061785/10:41
erxr3this was formerly a partition that I effectively cut-pasted data on, and could lock as encrypted. so there must be data there. but testdisk returned zero output10:43
erxr3even if the filesystem has been messed, the data cannot vanish, right?10:43
MonkeyDusterxr3  does lsbl show something useful10:47
MonkeyDusterxr3  does lsblk show something useful10:47
erxr3sorry, just noticed that I copied the the paste link of fdisk incorrectly: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061765/10:48
erxr3MonkeyDust, I will check right now10:48
MonkeyDusterxr3  and sudo blkid10:49
erxr3MonkeyDust, it gives this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061835/10:49
KapuhHello is there anyone who can recommend a good snapshot back up app for ubuntu ?10:50
erxr3MonkeyDust, here it is: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061841/10:50
erxr3the latter paste doesnt display the partition /dev/sdb910:50
MonkeyDusterxr3  idd, that's odd10:51
cfhowlettKapuh, "back in time"10:52
erxr3yes, I cant make any sense of this, either. as I wrote, I created the partition and moved files there successfully, and locked the partition after it. next time I inserted it in, this was what I saw10:53
Kapuhcfhowlett: gonna take a look. 2 sek :) and thanks .10:53
cfhowletthappy2help! Kapuh10:53
Niesh_can i get the package name for installing KF5CoreAddons?10:54
MonkeyDusterxr3  i tried your 'mount' line here, with a non-existing partition... it shows the same error like what you see... from that I learn, your sdb9 simply doesnt exist10:54
Niesh_I tried libkf5coreaddons5 but its not founf10:55
Kapuhcfhowlett: exactly what I was looking for, thank you :)10:56
erxr3MonkeyDust, but, apart from the filesystem, I did transfer 2,5GB of data by cut-paste there, and saw the file transfer process running in nautilus. all I want to do is now to reach the data there.10:56
SeveasNiesh_: libkf5coreaddons5 exists in wily. Which Ubuntu version are you on?10:56
Seveas!find libkf5coreaddons10:56
ubottuFound: libkf5coreaddons-bin-dev, libkf5coreaddons-data, libkf5coreaddons-dev, libkf5coreaddons5, libkf5coreaddons5-dbg10:57
erxr3whatever happened to filesystem, I can be sure of that I transferred the files there.10:57
Niesh_Seveas: 14.0410:57
Seveas!find libkf5coreaddons trusty10:57
ubottuPackage/file libkf5coreaddons does not exist in trusty10:57
SeveasNiesh_: time to upgrade :)10:57
Seveas!find coreaddons trusty10:57
ubottuPackage/file coreaddons does not exist in trusty10:57
erxr3unless, that nautilus would agree to the file transfer to a partition that seemingly existed but in fact didnt10:57
MonkeyDusterxr3  and that was to sdb9?10:58
erxr3MonkeyDust, yes10:58
MonkeyDusterxr3  try a live session, maybe you can reach the partition from there, so at least you know you have access to it10:59
neil_I am having trouble with nfs for the last week or so... it works for a while then stops the only thing that fixes it is a power off/on ... a reboot doesn't work.11:00
Seveasneil_: that smells like nfs over udp and a broken firewall11:00
erxr3MonkeyDust, would it make a difference? because the partition is on an external drive, I mean, already out of my system11:01
MonkeyDusterxr3  ok11:01
neil_Seveas, there is a firewall, I will remove it and see if that fixes anything11:02
erxr3MonkeyDust, and this happened to two different external drives, where the same partition was created identically. both were created successfully as I mentioned, and both were shown messed in the same next session.11:03
Seveasneil_: make sure it's stateless and doesn't do deep packet inspection.11:04
MonkeyDusterxr3  you already tried   sudo fdisk -l ?11:05
erxr3MonkeyDust, yes, I did: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061765/11:07
erxr3I can see the partition there11:07
erxr3visible also with lsblk, but not with blkid11:07
omenis there statics about servers used in www hosting?11:07
erxr3when I specify the filesystem, it gives this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061913/11:08
MonkeyDusterxr3  and visible / mountable in nautilus?11:08
erxr3MonkeyDust, no, nautilus doesnt show it11:08
erxr3MonkeyDust, also dmesg | tail shows it: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061947/11:10
erxr3but cannot find filesystem11:10
MonkeyDusterxr3  i have this from a book: sudo fsck -TV /dev/sdb911:11
erxr3MonkeyDust, I have zero knowledge of fsck, and I think things get only worse once it is applied in a wrong way, right?11:11
erxr3I messed things up once earlier with it11:12
adantehi, i'm on 14.10,  run an apt-get upgrade and it failed (404). is it safe for me to just dist-upgrade at this point?11:13
cfhowlett!eolupgrade | adante11:13
ubottuadante: 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/EOLUpgrades11:13
bazhangcheck eolupgrades  link adante11:13
cfhowlettfor the record adante, you'll need to do 14.10 >> 15.04         15.04 goes end of life in 3 months so  >>> 15.1011:14
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MonkeyDusterxr3  try   sudo tune2fs -l /dev/sdb9 | grep mount     <-- -l simply means list11:16
erxr3MonkeyDust, it says this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13061981/11:17
neil_Seveas, I removed the firewall, but still the nfs doesn't work.11:18
neil_Seveas, I have tried to restart the nfs-kernel-server but that didn't fix it ether11:18
MonkeyDusterxr3  i don't know what that magic number means11:19
erxr3MonkeyDust, it has something to do with MBR?11:20
MonkeyDusterxr3  exciting problem, from a technicians point of view... but gotta go now, I hope you find a solution11:20
erxr3MonkeyDust, sure, thank you very much for all your helping effort11:20
cfhowletterxr3, no answers from me either, but I wonder if #linux might know11:21
erxr3cfhowlett, thank you, I will try there, too11:21
erxr3cfhowlett, do you think debian channel might be useful,tooß11:22
boguinterest wifi11:22
cfhowletterxr3, couldn't hurt.  their response will likely be: "ask ubuntu"!11:22
erxr3cfhowlett, I see, thank you. I have just found a suggested solution to fix filesystem using testdisk in cases of "unknown" partitions like mine. but I cannot figure the correct one in the list of partitions that testdisk provides. is there a way to identify the right partition?11:24
simonepsphello everyone. Someone knows how to expand an LVM thatuses LUKS. I've some free space on my HDD and I'd like to use it. Thanks11:24
erxr3testdisk only shows their start-end points nd sizes in sectors11:25
cfhowlettI have never used testdisk.  (knock on wood.)  sorry, can't advise.11:25
erxr3ok, thank you11:25
simonepspSomeone knows how to expand an LVM volume that uses LUKS? :( I've found an article on the Ubuntu wiki  but it didn't helped me. Thanks11:30
adantecfhowlett: so i don't have a sources list like shown in the eolupgrades link, where do i go from there?11:31
erxr3or is anyone familiar with testdisk here?11:32
cfhowlettadante, if you installed ubuntu, you have a sources.list.   do this:  more /etc/apt/sources.list | nc termbin.com 999911:32
cfhowlettadante, paste the url here11:32
adantecfhowlett: hah coolest way i've seen to get someone pastebin something... http://termbin.com/x9oa11:33
cfhowlettadante, that looks like ... your sources!11:33
adantecfhowlett: sorry when i said i don't have a sources list like the one shown i mean i don't have the old-releases entry. also a bit confused as i am on utopic but all the entries there are trusty. but maybe i'm misunderstanding11:33
adantecfhowlett: yes sorry i meant that it is not like the one shown in the eolupgrade link, not that i do not have one11:34
cfhowlettadante, so instead of utopic, you sub your distro11:34
adantemy distro is currently utopic11:34
cfhowlettadante, hey, you have an LTS release 14.04.  why upgrade??11:34
cfhowlettadante, your distro on your installed HDD ubuntu?  right?11:35
adantecfhowlett: when i try to apt-get upgrade it 404's, i got the impression that this was because i was eoling but i guess i am mistaken11:35
cfhowlettlsb_release -a        adante11:35
adantecfhowlett: thanks, yes turns out i'm on 14.0411:36
cfhowlettadante, then you're also set to LTS releases only is my bet.  turn that off and go 14.04 >> 14.10 >> 15.04 >> 15.10   OR save time/sanity by torrenting 15.10 and clean installing11:37
adanteso i guess followup question http://pastebin.com/FMshhhy0 - how do i resolve this stuff?11:37
cfhowlettpastebin is blocked for me here in china.  sorry.11:37
adantecfhowlett: not sure if that works http://hastebin.com/opemusonuc.avrasm11:38
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adanteis this an issue with the au.archive or something else? i considered changing my sources to non au11:39
cfhowlettadante, I've no idea about au sources, but feel free to try a different mirror.  also, assuming you are running pastebinit, you can easily edit your paste host to ubuntu.  paste.ubuntu.com/13062108/11:41
cfhowlettif you edit your /home/.pastebinit.xml11:41
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adantecfhowlett: cheers11:47
cfhowlettadante, ?11:47
adantecfhowlett: just saying thanks for your help! i'll give that a go11:47
cfhowlettadante, happy2help!11:47
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Seveaseasy on the caps mate, no need to scream :)11:50
linuxHELLO GIRLS11:51
cfhowlettlinux, you are in the wrong channel.  play somewhere else.11:51
* cfhowlett begins the count ...11:52
* Seveas imagines cfhowlett dressed as count von count for halloween11:52
SeveasONE pumpking, hahahahaha11:52
Seveashi Humorousone11:53
HumorousoneI'm back with the same flashing window issue I've been having for a while11:53
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HumorousoneIs there any way to stop ubuntu from just doing this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/690658/screen-flashes-white-every-few-seconds-15-10-hp-dv611:54
HumorousoneThe bottom copied line of the log is more significant, I think11:54
Humorousoneand hey Seveas :)11:55
huighello, i am setting eth0 up but i should be getting an ipv6 scope local addr but i am not getting one11:55
Seveashuig: how are you setting it up?11:56
huigSeveas: ifconfig eth0 up..i also tried ip link set dev eth0 up11:56
Seveaspastebin your /etc/network/interfaces please11:57
huigSeveas: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13062505/11:58
Seveashuig: and what makes you think you should get a local scope address without any configuration?11:59
stefan__hi my flopy do not work11:59
huigSeveas: as i understand, in ipv6 u get by default a link local address based on the MAC or on some other algorithm11:59
stefan__Error mounting system-managed device /dev/fd0: Command-line `mount "/media/floppy0"' exited with non-zero exit status 32: mount: you must specify the filesystem type12:00
Seveasstefan__: have you tried specifying the filesystem type? Also, 1999 called and wants its hardware back...12:00
stefan__Seveas, i dont trie anything because i dont understand12:02
Seveasstefan__: so what did you try?12:02
stefan__what must i do?12:02
stefan__Seveas, nothing installing new xubuntu, the flopy is on dthe desktop - not more12:02
Seveashuig: you'll still need to tell it to assign an address.12:03
Seveasstefan__: the floppy you inserted has been formatted properly?12:03
stefan__yes i'l think so, is wa an old disy12:04
huigSeveas: and how do i do that?i thought it was automatic12:04
Seveasstefan__: can you repeat that in english? :)12:04
stefan__Seveas, ha! another flopy works!12:04
Seveashuig: either use networkmanager and let it handle this, or read the 'interfaces' manpage.12:05
erxr3I also got this error when I was trying to restore filesystem via testdisk: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13062555/12:07
stefan__hm... can ubuntu read old windows written flopy?12:08
stefan__how can i check the flopy, there are  many flopys without anything, but it cant12:09
erxr3in the device list of gnome disk utility, I also see a greyed "zzz"..and when I want to power-off, I am asked if I want to power-off, which normally doesnt happen (the drive just gets powered off)12:12
erxr3and when I try "safely remove drive" via nautilus, I get this: http://is.gd/uDEXeE12:14
erxr3I lost partitions among all these strange behaviours lately. can you please help me know how I can handle these actions?12:16
fragtionlo all. upgraded my server to 15.10 which went ok, but after the reboot I'm not seeing eth0. the VMware NIC is detected with lspci, but ifup is segfaults on boot query12:16
fragtionis this a known issue ?12:16
MonkeyDustfragtion  there's also #ubuntu-server12:19
fragtionmore of a generic issue im sure though12:20
fragtionits only happening to my cloud server, other machines updated fine12:20
rom-how do I use a jsp file...12:22
|\nhello, i heard that there is some nvidia-prime thing which could help me with nvidia optimus instead of bumblebee, so currently after purging anything related to nvidia and bumblebee and installing nvidia-346-updates nvidia-settings nvidia-prime (with reboot) i can see only https://i.imgur.com/4gWJllh.png , is it supported way of making optimus thing useful?12:22
rom-by installing tomcat on ubuntu I believe right?12:23
eahmedshendyUSB Kingston appears 67.1MB (using lsscsi -s), but it should be 16GB, how to know if this flash is corrupted or can be fixed?12:36
MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  with lsblk, what does it show?12:37
erxr3hello everyone, are you familiar with data rescue via gparted?12:39
eahmedshendyMonkeyDust: sdb      8:16   1    64M  0 disk12:39
MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  so that's yet another value (64M)12:40
eahmedshendyI don't know, I just run (lsscsi -s)12:41
eahmedshendyusing fdiks command: Disk /dev/sdb: 67 MB, 67108864 bytes12:41
erxr3is there anyone experienced with detecting lost file systems via gparted?12:44
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MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  is that usb 3.0 ?12:45
BluesKajhiyas all12:45
eahmedshendyMonkeyDust: I don't remember, how to know by command?12:46
MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  not sure, but i guess the question really is, how ubuntu deals with usb 312:47
MorientesHI, can someone help me please, when I insert a dvd with photos it appears like that: http://prnt.sc/8xrdud12:47
MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  try   lsusb | grep USB12:48
eahmedshendyBut this appears instead: 1516:1238 CompUSA12:50
eahmedshendyMonkeyDust: I run a windows virtual machine, it detects the USB as CompUSA "BootLoader"12:51
ioriaMorientes, others dvds  working ?12:51
erxr3could you please help me know if the image file has the correct extension here; sudo ddrescue /dev/sdb9 ~/Documents/tosh.img tosh.logfile ?12:51
erxr3does it need to be .img or .dd ?12:52
Morientesioria: yes...12:52
MonkeyDusteahmedshendy  i'm not familiar with lsscsi... did you read   man lsscsi ?12:52
ioriaMorientes, what are, jpeg , tiff ... ?12:53
neil_ioria, jpeg is a picture file format.12:53
Morientesioria: I am not very very sure but I think they are jpg12:53
ioriaMorientes, if you click one of them ?12:54
neil_ioria, I think tiff files are used for fax images.12:54
erxr3does the extension need to be .img, .dd or .iso?12:54
Morientesa new window appears, "Select an application to open "unknown" files"12:54
iorianeil_, ok12:54
ioriaMorientes, have you installed ubuntu-restricted-extras ?12:55
MorientesI don't think that I have it...12:55
MorientesExcuse me, I am a beginner...12:55
ioriaMorientes, try, if nothing change remove it12:56
ioria!info ubuntu-restricted-extras12:56
ubottuubuntu-restricted-extras (source: ubuntu-restricted-extras): Commonly used media codecs and fonts for Ubuntu. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 64 (wily), package size 3 kB, installed size 30 kB12:56
Morientessudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras ?12:57
Morientesis it right ?12:57
ioriaMorientes, yes12:57
linuxHELLO GIRLS12:57
cfhowlett!ops | linux trolling here again12:57
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motaka2Does anyone knows when a person whose nickname starts by df would be on line?13:04
auronandacemotaka2: you could outline your issue and see if anyone else can help13:05
boxmeinhelp, my graphics card doesn't real and I can't figure out why13:07
Morientesioria: Now it's appearing this http://prnt.sc/8xrks5 how can I accept it please?13:09
ioriaMorientes, press Enter13:09
motaka2auronandace: It would tale a long time, but I will try so , for a long time I was reciving an error saying /temp is not ready to use I was ignoring it. lately I had to restart the PC several times so once among those restarts the system would boot. I wanted to try a new ubuntu on DVD or usb but I couldnt. Now I removed the hard and connected it to a another case and my system boots. I wonder...13:09
motaka2...what should I do rather than backupping important files and then how can I fix the issue with the first case which has more RAM?13:09
Morientesioria: is not happening nothing after enter... :)13:10
boxmeinDRI_PRIME=1 glxinfo | grep vendor tells me that my graphics card is intel, while I have intel/nvidia hybrid13:10
boxmeinhere's some logs13:10
ioriaMorientes, tab and then enter (maybe click on the window to activate)13:10
Morientesioria: excellent ! :)13:11
ioriaMorientes, :þ13:11
auronandacemotaka2: what was happening when you tried a dvd/usb with the older system?13:14
Nicholasanyone know how to decrease screen brightness in ubuntu?13:15
motaka2auronandace: I selected using ubunti without installation and then it stayed for a long time on a blinking black page13:15
motaka2auronandace: I think my case suffers a hardware issue13:15
boxmeinNicholas: sudo su, then as root, ls /sys/class/backlight, try one of those dirs and echo stuff to /sys/class/backlight/chosen_backlight/brightness13:16
linux1111Hi there13:16
auronandacemotaka2: how old is the ram?13:16
boxmeinNicholas: for example, for me, # echo 500 > /sys/class/intel_backlight/brightness sets to half brightness13:16
linux1111Everytime I wipe my USB using dd I find a new folder lost+found.13:16
linux1111why is that happening?13:16
motaka2auronandace: maybe about 6 years but the other case on which the hard works it is ten years13:16
Nicholasboxmein they are just dimming the screen. not actually decreasing the lcd light . i would like to dim the lcd screen to save power13:17
cfhowlettlinux1111, dd is a file copy command not a wipe command13:17
k1llinux1111: lost&found is a directory made by ext2/3/4 for data that got corrupted and was recovered by ext again13:17
boxmeinlinux1111: something (the fs driver or something else) is recovering files from broken data13:17
auronandacemotaka2: hmm, age is not the only factor in ram going bad. if you want to rule out ram as the issue then running a memtest would help13:17
linux1111so what do I do now?13:18
boxmeinNicholas: not really...? for me it literally changes the backlight, not dimming13:18
linux1111I need a clean usb13:18
boxmeinNicholas: with xrandr I can tell it to dim and it's clearly different13:18
k1llinux1111: it is clean13:18
linux1111like with no data on it.13:18
linux1111how do i wipe it?13:19
linux1111this lost&found dir is like 19 kb13:19
k1llinux1111: dont use dd to wipe it. just press "format " in the disk utility or gparted13:19
Nicholasboxmein ok i'll see. thanks much appreciate it13:19
linux1111I just have the terminal13:19
linux1111Im using ubuntugutty13:19
boxmeinlinux1111: good old fdisk13:19
k1llinux1111: well, delete that folder?13:19
boxmeinlinux1111: recreate the partition table, make one partition and reformat it as ext4 or god knows13:20
motaka2auronandace: memtest could be ran when the system is is on OS selection page?13:20
auronandacemotaka2: yes, it is an option in grub13:20
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MonkeyDustlinux1111  what ubuntu are you using? what's the output of   cat /etc/issue13:21
boxmeinlinux1111: something like fdisk /dev/myusb, then n, follow orders, w, q, and then mkfs.ext4 /dev/myusb113:21
motaka2auronandace: When I touch the case I feel like being effected by electricity but it's been like that for a long time. Could the dust make a short circuit ?13:21
linux1111im doin that right now boxmein13:21
cfhowlettmotaka2, it could and that is abnormal and dangerous behavior.  dangerous to you and your system as well13:22
auronandacemotaka2: sorry, i'm not much of a hardware expert, i'll let someone more experienced answer that13:22
motaka2cfhowlett: Thank you13:22
Morientesioria: should I reboot? it seems that ubuntu-restricted-extras has been installed, I took out the dvd and inset it again, and now it doesn't show it at all13:23
Morientesioria: no content at all, even how it looked before, at the begining...13:24
Morientesoh, yes, now is like at the beginning, sorry :)13:25
motaka2I will take my system to an expert13:25
ioriaMorientes, reboot :(13:25
fragtionwhats the easiest way to switch from ensxxx interface naming back to ethx , on wily? (since it evidently broke this on half of my machines)13:26
Morientesioria: the same "Select an app to open "unknown" files"13:26
Morientesioria: ok...13:26
ioriaMorientes, wait13:26
Morientesok, waiting13:26
ioriaMorientes, open your Image viewer and nagigate the disk13:26
vincent_LPAnyone know is it possible for me to develop Android phone like samsung note 4 under ubuntu?13:27
MonkeyDust!phone | vincent_LP13:27
ubottuvincent_LP: Information about the Ubuntu Touch platform for Phone and Tablet is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch . Support and discussion in #ubuntu-touch13:27
vincent_LPthank you ubottu13:28
Morientesioria: http://prnt.sc/8xrrky it seems that is not working nether this way13:29
ioriaMorientes, ok, in terminal run this   : sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh    and reboot13:30
Morientesioria: done: sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh13:32
Morientesreboot now, be right back.13:32
ioriaMorientes, reboot13:32
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Morientesioria: thank you very much, it's working perfect now...13:39
ioriaMorientes, good , have fun13:39
Morientesyou toooo :) thank you.13:40
Guest9576dual boot question. I've been trying to dual boot with Windows 10. Windows 10 would load automatically until i renamed the directory, now I can't get grub to recognize that windows is there... how can I do that?13:40
ioriaMorientes, no problem, tx13:40
KaspiMy qt on my lubuntu is missing libmysqlclient_r.so.16 any idea how to get it? I tried installing libmysqlclient. http://pastie.org/1052019513:42
ioriaKaspi lubuntu does not use qt, i think13:42
KaspiI've installed it and using it for a project13:43
Kaspitrying to us it*13:43
ioriai remember that is 18, not 1613:43
Kaspilibmysqlclient18 is, but as you can see according to the ldd output, it wants the specific *.so and I don't know where to get it :(13:44
auronandaceKaspi: you say you installed it, why is qt in your /home/?13:44
KaspiThat's where I have installed Qt, using their Maintanence tool13:45
KaspiIt's Qt 5.4 btw13:46
KaspiDo you think I should try asking in #qt instead?13:48
ioriaKaspi 16 was on Lucid13:48
Kaspigotta check my lubuntu version13:49
MonkeyDustKaspi  cat /etc/issue13:49
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tux38Running mint14:01
MonkeyDusttux38  not here14:01
cfhowlett!mint | tux38,14:03
ubottutux38,: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org14:03
tux38Ubuntu is supported by linux14:04
tux38Mint from here on on out14:04
cfhowletttux38, obviously. but mint is NOT ubuntu.  go to mint support.14:04
MonkeyDusttux38  don't start, mint is not supported here... you might as well go to #debian, because ubuntu is debian based14:05
tux38Too bad14:05
Ubik_hello, do u think it possible to run virtualbox on a winxp machine 1 gb mem as host and lubuntu as guest os?14:05
cfhowlettUbik_, barely possible.  depends on how many bells and whistles your XP is running and available ram14:06
tux38So is mint14:06
cfhowletttux38, doesn't matter.  if you want ubuntu support, install ubuntu.  otherwise go to mint for mint support.14:06
Ubik_cfhowlett: my xp is optimized for processes and mem use14:06
cfhowlettUbik_, how much ram is left?14:06
MonkeyDusttux38  type /topic to find out what's supported here14:07
tux38Mint is my choice so please stop14:07
MonkeyDusttux38  you're in the wrong channel and you know it... what's keeping you here14:07
cfhowletttux38, no one is trying to change your mind.  your OS is not supported here.14:07
Ubik_cfhowlett: well not much physical  and 1.2 gb virtual14:08
cfhowlettUbik_, try it14:08
Ubik_cfhowlett: ok bb ty14:08
tux38Its a distro14:09
tux38Not an os14:09
tux38Linux mint14:09
cfhowlettand now you're just being needlessly trolly.  welcome to /ignore.14:09
tux38Your the needy little troll boy14:10
YukenI can not, for the life of me, figure out how to disable the sound of just one program14:13
tux38You need suppirt mint and not bs so choosy14:14
k1ltux38: no need for beeing agressiv. mint is not supported here. please ask in ##linux or the mint support channels on the other netowork like the bot told you already14:14
MonkeyDustYuken  what program?14:16
k1lYuken: go to sound settings and mute that program in the last tab14:16
YukenMonkeyDust, WINE.14:17
Yukenk1l, using default Lubuntu 15.10. There is nothing like that, that I can find?14:17
Yukenthat I can find.*14:18
cfhowlettYuken, right click on the speaker14:19
pwnawannab[NE]Is anyone using IPA server with Ubuntu 15.04?14:20
MonkeyDustpwnawannab[NE]  that's a yes/no question... what brings you here?14:20
cfhowlettpwnawannab[NE], literal answer: yes.  someone somewhere in the world.  better question: YOUR details YOUR issues14:20
k1lregular ubuntu got that PA gui control thingy. lubuntu is using PA, too?14:21
pwnawannab[NE]I have IPA server on local network and Ubuntu machine that I'd like to have users authenticate against my IPA server14:21
Yukencfhowlett, Volume Control Settings is an option, but that opens up a blank terminal14:21
pwnawannab[NE]need a place to start config14:22
cfhowlettYuken, on my lubuntu, it opens the alsmixer sound preferences14:22
cfhowlettand no app specific control option is offered14:22
MonkeyDustpwnawannab[NE]  guess you better ask in #ubuntu-server14:22
Yukencfhowlett, that does not happen with me o.o14:23
cfhowlettYuken, in the terminal, type alsamixer14:24
Yukencfhowlett, I can't lower the sound of individual programs there. Just the entire OS14:25
cfhowlettYuken, precisely as I stated earlier.  lubuntu doesn't offer that option14:25
Yukencfhowlett, how would I be able to do so, if there is a way?14:26
cfhowlettYuken, somewhere in the guts of WINE there's a setting for sound... ask wine channels for directions14:26
YukenJust #wine?14:27
cfhowlett!wine | Yuken14:27
ubottuYuken: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu14:27
MonkeyDustor #winehq14:27
YukenThank you, cfhowlett & MonkeyDust14:28
cfhowlettYuken, happy2help!14:28
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al2o3-cr19>> require 'newton'14:35
al2o3-croops wrong channel :(14:35
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|\ni have the exactly same situation https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-settings-daemon/+bug/1218322/comments/512 is it still present in 15.10?14:37
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1218322 in gnome-settings-daemon (Ubuntu) "Can't set keyboard layout change to alt+shift, ctrl+shift, etc." [High,Triaged]14:37
|\n6 months since this comment i just thought there could be something that fixed it already14:38
MonkeyDust|\n  you can add your name to the list of affecrted people14:38
|\nsure, any workarounds by chance, MonkeyDust ?14:39
MonkeyDust|\n  i have keyboard layout issue too, bug has been reported, but no solution yes... i solve it with this, maybe you can try it too... workaround, not a solution ... sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration14:40
MonkeyDustyes = yet14:40
|\ndoing it every time, thanks, MonkeyDust14:41
MonkeyDust|\n  you knwo that one?14:41
|\nbut it would be more cozy to forget about it already14:42
Ubuntubruger9hallo can some one help with a login loop on my fresh installed ubuntu :/14:44
|\nUbuntubruger9, nvidia optimus?14:45
Ubuntubruger9I installed the newest drive from amd14:48
Kingtoeis there any way i can drop whole internet connection if iptables crashes?14:52
lotuspsychjeKingtoe: maybe the ##networking guys know?14:53
Kingtoei will check14:53
MonkeyDusti was thinking the same thing14:53
lotuspsychjeMonkeyDust: good afternoon mate14:53
ZarusHallo can some one help me with broken packages when installing xserver-xorg-video-ati ?15:02
MonkeyDustZarus  this is the support channel, let's hera it... in one line15:02
ActionParsnipZarus: what is the output of: sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-ati; apt-cache policy xserver-xorg-video-ati15:04
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ZarusI am lopping when i login, I triede install GDM, and the computer whould not show any login screen so i figured its something with my graphic drivers, i installed ATI drivers for linux yesterday15:05
ActionParsnipZarus: was LightDM giving you issues?15:05
MonkeyDustZarus  what's the ouput of  cat /etc/issue15:06
ZarusActionParsnip: The following packages have unmet dependencies: xserver-xorg-video-ati: depends xorg-video-abi-15 : xserver-xorg-core (>=2: xserver-video-glarmoregl15:06
Zarusyea lightDM was looping on login, blackscreen then back to login screen15:07
ZarusMonkeyDust cat /etc/issue gives me Ubutnu 14.04.3 LTS \n \l15:08
wsadunable to use Shift+Enter for multiline chat message using freenode webchat15:09
Felinewhy does piping not wok on rm ? help15:09
erxr3hello again, when I type "file diskimage.img" I get the output: "diskimage.img: data" what does "data" mean here?15:09
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tombtchi there. I updated my nvidia drivers and now something is wrong. I can't close any apps with X button  http://imgur.com/MPVwAcZ15:23
tombtcthere is no X buton :P15:23
BlueSharkHi. How can I view the terminal log?15:23
UniFreakhow to produce the sign ° in ubuntu?15:23
UniFreaksee here: http://superuser.com/questions/510907/unicode-composition-in-sublime-text/671651#67165115:23
BlueSharkI'm not talking about the ~/.bash_history one - I want to see the scrollback, including the output too.15:23
BlueSharkAny way to do that?15:24
UniFreakbut when I do it, the sign didn't show up in any text editor, gedit, sublimetext, and so on15:24
xubuntui got my xubuntu installing right now just downloaded it yesterday put it on a dvd15:24
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WereCatfI just tried to boot Ubuntu from a USB3 HDD only to have it fail. Apparently, Ubuntu's initramfs doesn't load USB3-modules before attempting to mount filesystems. Is there some good reason for this?15:35
erxr3hello, testdisk returned these results when I searched "unknown media" instead of "intel partitions" : http://paste.ubuntu.com/13065008/15:36
erxr3I am supposed to be able to assign a file type here by selecting a partition, but it looks weird that 7 of them have the same size. could this be normal?15:37
erxr3because actual sizes are varying15:37
erxr3and I guess I should change the file type to Linux LUKS, right?15:39
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OerHekserxr3, only if you are sure you had a LUKS partition15:42
erxr3OerHeks, yes it was ext4 with luks encrypted15:42
OerHeksbut as you are recovering from a raw image, anything can come up.15:42
OerHeksreally, recovering a luks partition ? .. good luck.15:43
erxr3OerHeks, I am "trying to try" multiple things here. with this last one I ran testdisk on the actual disk, using its "unknown media" option15:44
micahhi, if I want to upgrade from 12.04LTS to wily... should I step through each upgrade until that release?15:44
k1lmicah: yes.15:44
k1lyou can only go 14.04 to 16.04 on the LTS path.15:44
erxr3OerHeks, luck is good but help would be great15:45
roscoehi...Cant seem to install Ubuntu desktop from CD on a Dell Dimension- 32 bit computer with 512 RAM, 60 GB available space and Windows XP any ideas?15:45
erxr3I still dont know whether it will be fine if I can restore the filesystem15:45
micahk1l: ok, so I have to stay with TLS, unless I reinstall?15:46
k1lmicah: no. you can leave the LTS path and go 14.04-14.10-15.04-15.1015:46
k1lbut that makes it 3 upgrades in row to be made.15:46
erxr3I have an .img file, too, that I'd like to try to mount. could you help me with the right command?15:48
micahk1l: thats not a problem for me, unless there is actually a problem doing that15:48
erxr3also, I see often disk images end with .dd, but I created it as .img....are both rightß15:51
erxr3are they both right?15:51
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zteamDoes anybody know a way to test a USB pendrive /flashdrive for hardware errors?15:53
lotuspsychje!testdisk | zteam15:54
lotuspsychje!info testdisk | zteam15:55
ubottuzteam: testdisk (source: testdisk): Partition scanner and disk recovery tool, and PhotoRec file recovery tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 6.14-3build2 (wily), package size 343 kB, installed size 1382 kB15:55
zteamI'm attempting to format a USB pendrive but the drive became read-only  and it seems impossible to fix15:55
erxr3is there a way to detect right partition in this list?15:55
lotuspsychjezteam: did you try format with gparted?15:56
WereCatfzteam: sounds like the USB-stick detected that it can no longer write on the Flash reliably and locked itself. Test in another computer, if it happens again then it's broken.15:56
zteamlotuspsychje, thanks but Testdisk doesn't check for hardware errors, it fixes partition errors15:56
zteamlotuspsychje, I can't because it is write-protected15:56
lotuspsychjezteam: any errors?15:57
SonikkuAmericazteam: I just got here, but before you do that, I'm just assuming it's talking about unknown space in GParted due to bad superblocks?15:57
lotuspsychjezteam: try a tail -f /var/log/syslog and plug in usb15:57
zteamWereCatf, Yep, that's what I think too, just wondered if there was any way to test it, it happens15:58
ST-84I keep getting htis error with  backintime (FileUtils.cpp:368) fatal: config file specified by environment does not exist15:59
ST-84When trying to setup backup encryption15:59
sloantotheboneUgh i needs help15:59
zteamSonikkuAmerica, nope, there is a partition and working filesystem on the drive, but according to dosfsck it has errors15:59
WereCatfzteam: Unplug the stick, stick it into another port or another PC, then try to read through it with ddrescue. If that works, then try to write to it with ddrescue -- if that fails then the stick is bad.15:59
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sloantotheboneThe colors on my screen appear darker then they should be16:00
sloantotheboneI think it happened right after I opened a windows exe16:00
SonikkuAmericazteam: Hmmm... before you do what WereCatf said..16:00
SonikkuAmericazteam: can you run [ sudo fsck -f /dev/sdXY ] ($X = drive letter, $Y = partition)?16:00
sloantotheboneCan someone help me troubleshoot this please?16:00
SonikkuAmericazteam: Or can it not fix that error?16:01
zteamWereCatf, I can copy any files from it, I'm just unable to create / modify files or format it16:01
SonikkuAmericasloantothebone: The colours appear darker? Is this due to your brightness control?16:01
lotuspsychjesloantothebone: tryed a reboot?16:01
sloantotheboneNo i havent tried a reboot16:01
lotuspsychjesloantothebone: what kinf of windows exe, and did you runw ith wine?16:01
sloantotheboneYes with wine, it was a game16:02
zteamSonikkuAmerica, I already tried with dosfsck -a it claimed to fix alot of errors but it didn't (I assume it couldn't write them back)16:02
sloantotheboneI will give you the link to the game16:02
sloantothebonethis is the website: http://scpcbgame.com/16:03
sloantothebonethis is the direct link to the zip file containing the program I ran: http://scpcbgame.com/SCP%20-%20Containment%20Breach%20v1.2.3.zip16:03
SonikkuAmericazteam: You can try to force a read/write mount with [ sudo mount -n -o remount,rw $MOUNT_FOLDER ]16:03
sloantothebonewhen i exited the program it crashed, perhaps it was supposed to turn the screen back but it didnt16:04
SonikkuAmericazteam: and then try fixing the fs again.16:04
sloantothebonethx for trying to help16:04
zteamsloantothebone, if you like to play windowsgames with linux you should try with PlayOnLinux it can handle many but not all Windowsgames16:04
ubottuWINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu16:06
sloantotheboneIsn't playonlinux just wine?16:06
sloantotheboneI'm using wine16:06
SonikkuAmericasloantothebone: Wine with a giant Python and GTK wraparound.16:06
sloantotheboneSo what difference does that make?16:06
sloantothebonewill that make the game run better on my laptop?16:07
zteamsloantothebone, sort of it's a tool that can help you to configure wine for best performance and compatbiblity16:07
SonikkuAmericasloantothebone: Well, the POL devs will tell you that there are a lot of diefferences.16:07
sloantotheboneOk I'll try rebooting i guess16:07
zteamsloantothebone, it does make it easier to get things working under Wine16:08
zteamsloantothebone, and it can download patched versions of wine too16:08
pjotterwhat does?16:09
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tortibcan one of you please kill me and get it over with?  I'm under a lot of stress, you have all marginalized me to complete ruin, you have accomplished at hurting my feelings.16:16
tortibJust kill me and get it over with, I'm ready to die.16:16
zteamSonikkuAmerica, thanks but that didn't work, I guess I give up on this USB pendrive now16:17
tortibMy brain literally hurts really bad because of all this stress you people have put me through.16:17
SonikkuAmerica!ops | tortib o4o16:18
ubottutortib o4o: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Pici, Myrtti, jrib, Amaranth, tonyyarusso, Nalioth, lamont, CarlK, elky, mneptok, PriceChild, Tm_T, jpds, ikonia, Flannel, genii, wgrant, stdin, h00k, IdleOne, nhandler, Jordan_U, popey, Corey, ocean, cprofitt, djones, Madpilot, gnomefreak, lhavelund, k1l, rww, phunyguy, bazhang16:18
sloantotheboneRebooting fixed the issue16:18
fishcookerwhen i login then accidentally got notice no disk space message .. where can i inspect the time that i get full disk space, which log file?16:19
zteamsloantothebone, good for you :-)16:19
tortibI bet since I want to die you're not going to kill me, that's how fucked up you all are.16:22
MonkeyDusttortib  wrong channel16:22
tortibYou prefer to let me suffer and be miserable16:22
tortibMonkeyDust okay which channel can I go to to take a hit out on myself?16:23
pjottersudo apt-get purge tortib16:23
MonkeyDusttortib  try ##defocus16:23
tortibThey hate me but they don't hate me enough to kill me for some reason16:23
MonkeyDusttortib  stop16:23
SonikkuAmerica!ops | again, tortib (suicide)16:26
ubottuagain, tortib (suicide): Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Pici, Myrtti, jrib, Amaranth, tonyyarusso, Nalioth, lamont, CarlK, elky, mneptok, PriceChild, Tm_T, jpds, ikonia, Flannel, genii, wgrant, stdin, h00k, IdleOne, nhandler, Jordan_U, popey, Corey, ocean, cprofitt, djones, Madpilot, gnomefreak, lhavelund, k1l, rww, phunyguy, bazhang16:26
SonikkuAmerica(I hope I didn't call the ops too frequently here)16:27
jpdsSonikkuAmerica: He's already gone16:27
SonikkuAmericaOh, OK, never mind then.16:27
SonikkuAmericaBack to our regularly scheduled programming.16:27
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* jpds writes some more C code16:28
Kievотзовись кто нибудь16:29
ubottuПожалуйста наберите /join #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке. | Pozhalujsta naberite /join #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke.16:29
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SonikkuAmerica!uk | Kiev16:29
ubottuKiev: Join us for a discussion using the Queen's English in #ubuntu-uk16:29
SonikkuAmericaOh, not that... I meant Ukranian16:29
DreddQuick question.16:30
SonikkuAmerica!ask | Dredd, fire away - !16:30
ubottuDredd, fire away - !: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience16:30
DreddWasn't there a flavor of Ubuntu that was based on the Tor project?16:30
EriC^^Dredd: tails16:30
DreddNot Tails16:30
DreddYou could install it onto your HDD, as well16:30
SonikkuAmericaDredd: not an official flavour that I know of...16:30
MonkeyDustDredd  i guess you mean kali, but thats not supported here16:31
EriC^^i think that's a pen test distro though16:31
Artemis3Dredd, or just install tor16:31
DreddIt wasn't a penetration testing OS16:32
DreddJust a security-focused Ubuntu flavor16:32
MonkeyDustDredd  http://www.debianadmin.com/list-of-ubuntu-based-linux-distributions-and-live-cds.html16:34
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SonikkuAmerica(Oh look who's here! Myrtti ! Just thought I'd point that out. Sorry for the !ot)16:35
Myrttiwhy is my precence something worth pointing out? I've been here more or less ten years...16:37
SonikkuAmerica(True, true. For me, long time no see though.)16:37
OerHeksDredd, you have the answer already: tails.16:37
DreddI just don't think that was it.16:38
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overdos3have you guys tried studio?16:45
ioriaDredd, https://www.bestvpn.com/blog/10314/linux-distributions-built-for-security-and-anonymity/16:46
linociscohi all,16:52
linociscowhat to install to convert DVD to mp4 or mkv?16:52
linociscowhat to install to convert DVD to mp4 or mkv?16:53
BluesKajlinocisco, create an iso of the dvd then use vlc to play it, much simpler a fewer chances of conversion corruption16:54
MonkeyDustwhat's the command again to see the running daemons/services ?16:54
BluesKajmkv us a wrapper for h264/hidef16:54
ioriaMonkeyDust, you mean  ps -A ?16:55
baiterps -aux?16:56
jpdsBluesKaj: initctl list16:56
jpdsMonkeyDust: ↑16:56
MonkeyDustjpds  tnx16:57
metaphysicianMonkeyDust: `initctl list' does not list all of 'em. Add output of `sudo service --status-all' to it.17:01
jpdsmetaphysician: Or just put sudo in front of initctl17:01
metaphysicianjpds: no, it is not about sudo. Some services still use old sysv init.17:02
metaphysicianjpds: eg. apache2 server in 14.0417:04
nilescan i know the package install name for the DocTools of KF5 on wily?17:11
MonkeyDustsudo service --status-all is what I was looking for17:13
ioriatelnet inetd too17:13
sysop-rickhttp://hastebin.com/otuwaxaquh.hs How can i most efficiently within a python script save terminal stdout from line  10 to a Variable and on line 14 send that output to a users email?17:13
Bashing-omniles: See if ' apt-cache search kf5 ' gives out the desired info .17:13
nilesBashing-om> i did that but nothing seems to be matching17:14
nilesits vivid not wily17:15
WereCatfWhat is this "kf5" anyway? Is it an abbreviation of something?17:15
OerHeksKDE framework 517:15
WereCatfMaybe you're looking for kdoctools5 then?17:16
WereCatf"apt-cache search doctools" would've listed that one17:16
Bashing-omniles: Is kf5 installed ? Perhaps then ' apt-cache show kf5 ' ?17:17
nilesBashing-om: done with kdoctools-dev17:18
niles<WereCatf> that worked17:19
Bashing-omniles: K :)17:19
WereCatfYou're whalecum17:19
Neteko ubuntu 14.04 I did adduser user  and then adduser user sudo17:20
NetekI can sudo a command but when I do su - and enter the user pass it tells me authentication failure...  any reason why? -_-17:20
MonkeyDust!root | Netek here's why17:20
ubottuNetek here's why: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo17:20
WereCatf"su -" doesn't use sudo, they're two different mechanisms17:20
WereCatfI use "sudo -i" to get an interactive root shell17:21
Alex11223Why do I ger error (in dmesg) "ath9k_htc: Firmware - htc_9271.fw download failed" when trying to connect my usb wifi adapter to VM with Ubuntu or Kali? Even though I have this file in /lib/firmware and it should be up to date17:21
Netekahh ok17:21
knikollaHi guys. I'm having an issue where if I install an application, it will not appear in the Unity dash until restarting. Any ideas?17:22
WereCatfAlex11223: how did you install the firmware? Did you install it with apt-get install firmware-atheros?17:22
zoolookknikolla: you're not alone. My workaround for now is alt-f217:24
knikollazoolook: has the bug been reported?17:25
zoolookknikolla: I don't know. I'm a cli guy so I don't really care that much, but yes, it's a bug and should be fixed. Go on an report it.17:26
marlo_zoolook, is that a Jean Michel Jarre inspired handle?17:26
zoolookmarlo_: yup :D17:26
marlo_sawre him in concert in Houston once17:26
marlo_cool stuff17:26
Alex11223WereCatf: first I just copied it manually to /lib/firmware/. Also I tried apt-get install firmware-atheros on Kali, but it said that it is already the newest version. On Ubuntu apt-get does not find this package17:28
zoolookmarlo_: I envy you :) That was his best years. I never saw any of his live shows in person17:28
fizlikwhy my website stats always show date 01.01.1970 on my ubuntu lampp server?17:28
fizliksomeone know how to fix this?17:28
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marlo_zoolook, outdoor, fireworks, lasers and all that.  pretty neat.17:28
fizlikwhy my website stats always show date 01.01.1970 on my ubuntu lampp server? someone know how to fix this?17:30
Bashing-omfizlik: Just a thought. what date does bios show ?17:31
WereCatfAlex11223: I don't quite frankly know. Maybe try installing the latest firmware from https://github.com/qca/open-ath9k-htc-firmware ?17:31
Bashing-omfizlik: Time to change the CMOS battery ?17:32
OerHeksmaybe CMOS battery, or a jumper that locks the bios17:33
WereCatfAlex11223: I just noticed that you're using the adapter in a USB 3.0 - port, right? Have you tried it in a USB 2.0 - port?17:33
Alex11223WereCatf: yes, I tried different USB ports17:36
WereCatfAlex11223: Strange17:36
WereCatfAlex11223: I would help, but I dunno what the issue is17:36
Windows3I'm having some trouble with crontab. I'm usin sudo crontab -e and I've got the line @reboot root /bin/myscript.sh, but it doesn't work.17:38
fizlikin bios is correct time and date but my website show 01.01.1970.17:39
Windows3I'm lookin at the syslog and I never see the cron normal exit line17:41
Bashing-omfizlik: OK, then is the system time correct .. from terminal ' date ' ? ( and are you dual booting Windows, where Windows controls the hardware Clock )17:41
fizlikno just ubuntu alone17:41
EriC^^Windows3: drop the root17:42
fizlikнед,  1. нов 2015.  18:43:10 CET17:43
Bashing-omfizlik: Is that time correct ?17:44
volkswagnerGreetings gang, I'm seeking advice on hardware upgrade path. I have an underpowered 14.04 server with (3) disk mdadm RAID 5, I'm building new server but want to harvest some disks from existing system. I also want the new server to be RAID 10 mdadm. Can I install 14.04 fresh with only (2) disks present and (2) missing for RAID 10? I have (2) 250GB drives for install, then I'd like to move (2) of the same from existing server once n17:45
Bashing-omfizlik: Then I do not know, must be a config issue within the application . I do not have it, so can not investigate .17:45
TheRingerin unity I change my wallpaper using a python script and os.system("gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.background picture-uri file:///home/user/apps/ImgurDesktop/Picture.jpg")17:45
TheRingerhow would i change the 2nd monitor's desktop to a diff image at same time17:45
Windows3alright that worked the line got parsed but the script didn't work17:46
fizliksomewhere in lampp configs?17:46
Windows3the script works when I use sudo17:46
Bashing-omfizlik: Likely ... are time stamps in other log files correct ?17:47
Windows3and I'm using the sudo crontab but for some reason I don't think the script is executed as root17:47
EriC^^Windows3: upload the script17:47
fizlikwhen i upload something time and date are correct17:48
fizlikand in phpsysinfo17:48
WereCatfWindows3: remove ";" from the lines17:52
MonkeyDustWindows3  change bin/bash to bin/sh17:52
MonkeyDustWindows3  or SHELL=/bin/sh to /bin/bash17:53
raymondillo /part17:53
EriC^^Windows3: use @reboot /path/to/script > /tmp/script.log17:53
EriC^^and see what it gives you there17:53
EriC^^Windows3: use @reboot /path/to/script > /tmp/script.log 2>&117:54
Windows3alright I'll do that17:55
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Windows3sorry I'm lookin all over for my charger18:01
Windows3alright so it didn't work18:03
Windows3like I said I use sudo and execute the script everything is fine18:03
EriC^^cat /tmp/script.log and paste it18:03
matt__hello running ubuntu mate on rasp pi 2, how do I get to package manager to uninstal programs?18:03
Windows3There's nothing in the log18:04
EriC^^does it usually give output with sudo?18:04
Windows3It will put something in the log if the script runs too early18:05
EriC^^maybe try /etc/rc.local ?18:05
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matt__does ubuntu mate rasp pi edition have a built in package manager, anyone know? trying uninstall programs free up some space18:06
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Windows3I've tried rc.local and when I use sudo /etc/init.d/rc.local start, the script will work, but it never actually runs on shutdown/restart.18:07
MonkeyDustmatt__  better ask in  #raspberrypi18:07
larsenhasherHow are you guys18:07
EriC^^Windows3: try adding a sleep before it in the script18:08
EriC^^and put it in the crontab18:08
AyyHelloHello, my OS broke and I am getting into a black screen each time I login, I am with a liveusb but I dont know how to recover the home dir, since with ecryptfs says that it cant find my directory. can anybody help with that?18:08
marlo_AyyHello, there are web pages instructing you how to mount your encryptfs with a root stick18:08
marlo_you have to know all your passcodes and keys and such as18:09
marlo_i've done it once, long ago18:09
AyyHelloI remember my keys, but what is the mount key?18:09
bekksAyyHello: Do what did you do prior breaking it?18:09
AyyHelloThis part confuses me18:09
WereCatfWindows3: just out of curiosity, do you even have /usr/local/bin and /usr/local/sbin? I'm not sure if specifying non-existent directories to PATH would break things, but I suppose it could. If you don't have those dirs then remove those from the line.18:09
AyyHellobekks: Something went wrong with Unity, now when I login the screen is black and my steam/skype notifications glitch. until they disappear18:10
marlo_AyyHello, i can't quite remember, but i think it's perhaps the key you use to boot the machine initially?  the same key that unocks the partition18:10
marlo_AyyHello, did you perhaps record your recovery key?  that can also be super helpful18:10
AyyHellomarlo_: I dont use a key to boot my machine18:10
marlo_AyyHello, you don't type a boot password?18:10
AyyHellomarlo_: I doubt that.18:10
baiteri'd like in cd /dev18:10
baiteri mean look in18:10
AyyHelloI recently did a passwd command tho18:10
baiterwhen you use live cd, your harddrive appears in /dev18:11
Windows3I do have those dirs18:11
marlo_AyyHello, i mean, like when you boot up, it doesn't ask for a key even before it will boot the os?18:11
AyyHellomarlo_: No.18:11
marlo_so you just encrypted your home folder?18:11
AyyHellomarlo_: Yes.\18:11
AyyHellomarlo_: Ubuntu asked me if I want to do that18:11
marlo_can you boot then with a stick and get in to root mode? or at least access the drive?18:11
AyyHelloI am already booted18:12
AyyHelloI am actually talking from here :)18:12
AyyHelloAnd I can access the drive18:12
marlo_well, i'm confused then, what's not working exactly?18:12
AyyHellomarlo_: I just want to decrypt the home folder, I will reinstall Ubuntu18:12
AyyHelloor just leave it there18:13
giupi79Chiedevo se ubuntu è esente fa virus18:13
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)18:13
marlo_if you're booted, and you're chatting in IRC from "here" (where ever here is) why can't you see your home folder ?18:13
baiteri think he said 1. he used live cd. 2. he went to his home folder in /dev/hd#/home/ or something. 3. he can't access his user folder because it's encrypted18:13
AyyHellomarlo_: I am booted from the LiveUSB18:13
marlo_or, you're saying your OS is broke, and you booted from live... got it!18:13
marlo_there's a way to mount your home folder18:13
marlo_let me see if i can find some notes18:14
marlo_i've done it like twice18:14
AyyHelloI just entered the folder and it mounted it.18:14
AyyHelloI remember me going into the process which I wrote my directory and it asked me for mount passphrase, which I got no idea what is it.18:14
baiterwe don't know your passwords18:14
marlo_there's a way around that18:14
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gh16itoSo I tried using "pip install -U pip" on Ubuntu, and it's giving me "Not uninstalling pip at /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages, owned by OS"18:15
Windows3well this is strange this time the script worked, but my wifi was already working. The script is to fix my wireless adapter which usually isn't working when I startup. Maybe its hardware problems.18:15
AyyHellomarlo_: I got no choice to get into recovery mode, since only way to chat here is from liveusb18:15
AyyHello 18:15
marlo_AyyHello, did you try anything like this; http://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/ubuntu-mounting-your-encrypted-home-from-livecd/18:15
bekksAyyHello: It is the passphrase you were told to remember when creating your encrypted home.18:15
AyyHello.biz domain.. I don't really trust those.18:15
Windows3and I added sleep18:15
bekksAyyHello: the top level domain is irrelevant in terms of security.18:16
marlo_eh, i remember doing something like this... like i said it's been a while18:16
AyyHellobekks: well I am in a live environment anyways18:16
schi33anyone have this problem with ubuntu 14.04 and ruby-switch? https://gist.github.com/anonymous/a7402c11a020796c660c18:16
marlo_AyyHello, i would read through it, and give it a shot, if i remember correctly, it was something convoluted like this to get my home folder mounted18:17
volkswagneranother option I was considering vs. trying to install on a RAID 10 with (2) missing members, was to use the desired (2) 250GB drives and two larger drives (1)500GB & (1) 1000GB but match partition sizes so I can then remove the larger drives and replace with 250GB drives once they are available. Does anyone know which method would offer good results?18:17
AyyHelloIt doesnt let me fdisk or anything18:17
AyyHelloHow to get to root?18:17
baitersudo -s18:17
marlo_AyyHello, sudo su18:17
Windows3I am using some 2010 macbook pro that absolutely refuses OS X, wont even boot an installation disc, so I put ubuntu on it. It's alot nicer18:18
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ioriaAyyHello, full disk encryption or just the home folder ?18:18
AyyHelloShould I root at grub partition or ubuntu?18:18
AyyHellojust home18:18
ioriaAyyHello, do you remember your passphrase ?18:19
bekksAyyHello: What does "should i root" mean?18:19
AyyHelloioria: I remember the user's password18:19
AyyHellobekks: Should I get to root command? (Already done)18:19
volkswagnerWindows3, how does the trackpad behave. I always found it unpredictable behavior, but It's been a few years and not a a MacBook Pro, but a white macBook18:19
ioriaAyyHello, unless is the same18:19
AyyHelloioria: I choose the password?18:19
bekksAyyHello: What is "the root command"?18:19
Windows3thanks for the help18:19
AyyHellobekks: fdisk -l and mount18:20
bekksAyyHello: Thats no "root command" at all.18:20
lrsFor my bluetooth earbuds to work, i need to write sudo -i pactl load-module module-bluetooth-discover18:20
ioriaAyyHello, are you from live now ?18:20
lrsIs there anyway so it does this when i plugin the bluetooth decice (or when i startup)?18:20
AyyHelloAlso I am starting to get confused18:21
ioriaAyyHello, exit from root and try sudo ecryptfs-recover-private18:21
Windows3oh the trackpad is just awful it'll start opening programs when I'm tryin to scroll, it tries to switch between windows, I mean quite a bit of weird stuff, and it won't let me pinch.18:21
Windows3its definitely unpredictable behavior18:21
AyyHellodone, happening18:21
AyyHelloNo encrypted directories found18:22
ioriaAyyHello, but is mounted the partition ?18:23
AyyHelloioria: If I tell "I don't know"? :318:23
AyyHelloor I am not sure18:23
Cantthinkmwhats up18:24
ioriaAyyHello, first you need to mount the / or the partition that contains home18:24
ioriaAyyHello, run sudo parted -l18:24
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marlo_AyyHello, in your liveusb, can you click on the folders and show the 'drive' that has your home folder, and click on it and mount it?18:24
AyyHellohttp://termbin.com/gpht Output18:25
AyyHellomarlo_: The home folder is not amond the root etc. folders18:25
marlo_i mean to just get the hard drive mounted18:25
marlo_so it's discoverable by recover-private18:26
ioriaAyyHello, sudo mount /dev/sda5  /mnt18:26
AyyHelloOh wait ioria18:26
AyyHelloUbuntu is 100 gb18:26
AyyHellonot 30018:26
AyyHellomust be sda318:27
AyyHellohttp://paste.ubuntu.com/13072289/ << Failed to moubnt18:28
ioriaAyyHello, i said sda518:28
AyyHelloHow the hell did I misread that?18:28
AyyHelloI am sure it said sda318:29
AyyHelloWell ok, http://paste.ubuntu.com/13072289/ is the output18:29
AyyHelloWait I am confused!18:29
AyyHelloIma mount sda518:29
AyyHelloDone, it is mounted18:29
ioriaAyyHello, ls /mnt18:29
AyyHellowith sudo>?18:30
AyyHellohttp://termbin.com/00u3 Output18:30
ioriaAyyHello, good, sudo ecryptfs-recover-private18:30
AyyHelloOh my god home is there18:30
AyyHellohttp://paste.ubuntu.com/13072349/ I remember writing a different command and it found the home folder18:32
AyyHelloBut I dont remember the command itself\18:32
ioriaAyyHello, look in /tmp18:33
AyyHelloWhat do you mean?18:33
ioriaAyyHello, ls /tmp18:34
AyyHellohttp://termbin.com/i2sc < Output18:34
AyyHelloeric taught me the nc termbin.com 9999 command, super useful.18:34
ioriaAyyHello, no, hasn't found it18:35
ioriaAyyHello, did you enter the passphrase18:35
AyyHelloioria: What passphrase?!!?18:35
AyyHelloAnd where?!!?18:35
ioriaAyyHello, ls -al /mnt/home/18:37
AyyHellohttp://termbin.com/8i5c It found something!18:38
AyyHellohttp://paste.ubuntu.com/13072502/ I hid some data,  a bit too late tho :318:40
bbI downloaded qBittorrent off of the software center...I was wondering where the application saves to?18:41
bbi couldn't find it in usr/bin18:42
ioriaAyyHello, if you encrypt your home folder you should have an hidden .ecrypt  directory in home ....18:43
AyyHelloioria: So all this time I didn't have my home encrypted?18:43
ioriaAyyHello, wait, cd /mnt/home/<user>18:44
ioriaAyyHello, what you see ?18:44
AyyHelloI just see the thing I sent here18:44
AyyHello---- = private letters which I dunno if I am supposed to post them or not18:45
the_eye_has anyone the rockmite 51 qrp 40m ?18:45
ioriaAyyHello, so the files are encrypted ?18:46
AyyHelloHow am I supposed to know?18:46
AyyHelloubuntu@ubuntu:/mnt/home/real----$  is the only thing that happens18:46
ioriaAyyHello, ok, exit with cd /   and paste ls /mnt/home/<user>18:47
AyyHelloI write cf /?18:47
AyyHellooh yeah18:47
bbwhat dir do applications downloaded from the Ubuntu Software Center save to?18:48
AyyHelloWhat the actual -? My files are there?18:48
ioriaAyyHello, exit from /mnt and paste ls -al /mnt/home/<user>18:48
AyyHelloioria: I can see my files18:48
xNearHello, are FGLRX drivers updated?18:48
ioriaAyyHello, clear or encrypted ?18:48
soifbb they are installed system-wide18:48
AyyHelloioria: I dont know how to determine that, but I can see my folders! :)18:49
soifwhich means it depends on the package, usually in something like /usr/share/18:49
AyyHelloIt doesnt seem to be encrypted18:49
ioriaAyyHello, if you can open them and read them they are not encrypted18:49
Guest18458what kind of software simmilar to virtualbox have ability to fully virtualize avalible graphic card, so if i have a card with opengl 4.0 support it will alsio be able in virtual machine?18:49
AyyHelloioria: Now what to do?18:49
bbsoif: O ok thank you18:49
ioriaAyyHello, you can open and read your files ?18:50
AyyHelloI didnt try to open yet, but I can see the files at folders18:50
AyyHellolet me check18:50
soifGuest18458 Check this https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/2z0evz/gpu_passthrough_or_how_to_play_any_game_at_near/18:50
k1lGuest18458: for playing games? :)  did you look at wine?18:50
AyyHelloHow to unmount?18:50
ioriaAyyHello, so they are readable ?18:51
k1lAyyHello: sudo umount /dev/<mounteddevice>18:51
AyyHelloI got a problem18:52
AyyHelloWhen I open the folder, unmounted18:52
AyyHellomy files at mnt do NOT appear18:52
ioriaAyyHello, you umounted /mnt18:52
AyyHelloioria: Because I couldnt open file explorer18:52
AyyHelloto that partition18:52
trimetaThe manual partition manager on the Ubuntu Server disk refuses to activate encrypted (dm-crypt) partitions from an SSD, even though it has no problem doing so from an HDD. Why?18:52
ioriaAyyHello, we are using the terminal.... did you umount ?18:53
AyyHelloioria: Some miscommunication is going on here.18:53
AyyHelloioria: Now what?18:54
xNearsoif: GPU Passthrough is awesome, I will try it when I have new computer18:55
ioriaAyyHello, i asked you if your files were readable18:55
xNearI wanna build computer for GPU-Passthrough18:55
xNearAre AMD GPU's working with it?18:55
AyyHelloioria: I couldnt open them because I was in a terminal18:55
AyyHelloioria: I could read their names though18:55
ioriaAyyHello, you can open files in terminal18:55
AyyHelloioria: Let's mount again and show me how :D18:56
ioriaAyyHello, sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt18:56
soifxNear AMD is mentioned so it should work but with proprietary drivers probably18:56
AyyHelloDone, but the hard drive did not disappear from the desktop as usual18:56
ioriaAyyHello, ls -al /mnt/home/<user>18:57
AyyHellowhat did appear?18:57
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AyyHellohttp://paste.ubuntu.com/13072836/ This is some of the output18:58
AyyHelloWhat is the drw-wrd thing?18:58
ioriaAyyHello, that's not an home folder18:58
AyyHelloioria: Those are my files though?18:59
ioriaAyyHello, you know :)18:59
trimetaHold on...apparently after entering the "Configure encrypted volumes" area, I needed to choose "Finish," not "Activate existing encrypted volumes" or "Create new encrypted volume"18:59
AyyHelloioria: What is that? I am 100% confused18:59
ioriaAyyHello, that is not an home folder19:00
hdqnhello everyone19:00
AyyHellols -al /mnt/home/real---- was the command i ran19:00
AyyHelloDunno, but shouldnt 96 GB Volume disappear from that unity bar on the left if its mounted?19:01
ioriaAyyHello, well, it's not real-----19:01
ioriaAyyHello, ls /mnt/home and looks for others directories19:01
AyyHelloRight here19:02
AyyHelloI gotta go soon..19:03
AyyHellolet's continue quickly :o19:04
ioriaAyyHello, have you found your user ?19:05
AyyHelloioria: Yes, its real----19:05
* AyyHello slaps akaWolf around a bit with a large fishbot19:05
ioriaAyyHello, there is nothing in there19:05
AyyHellobai see ya tomorrow19:06
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xNearsoif: Oh alright. When I build new PC it will be superious. I will be really "you only live online" :D19:10
soifxNear Nice! But don't forget to support developers who make native games on linux :)19:11
xNearsoif: Of course. I wait for AMD drivers (FGLRX) to finally move into Ubuntu.19:13
xNearI have Ubuntu 15.10 with updated packages but I can't play games on it due to missing FGLRX. So I stay still on Windows (im writing from it).19:13
xNearBut... I will be new Linux user if everything will be as expected19:14
xNearAVE SATAN19:14
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soifYou can use the proprietary drivers for now if you want19:14
xNearPackage was broken yesterday.19:14
soifclassic... unfortunately19:15
xNearSomebody told me that fix for FGLRX is in upstream. Someone updated the package?19:15
xNearIf not, I will wait ;)19:15
soifDepends if you are on 15.10 or not19:16
xNearI am on 15.1019:16
soifI don't really follow what's on AMD side but there should be mesa 11 with opengl 4.1 compatibility19:18
soifThe best would be to wait for some benchmarks on Phoronix19:19
xNearactually i have hybrid intel+amd gpu and i cant play games on linux because of speed of intel19:20
Bashing-omxNear: soif :: The bug report: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/fglrx-installer/+bug/1493888 . I do not see where the fix has made it down .19:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1493888 in fglrx-installer (Ubuntu Wily) "FGLRX incompatible with gcc 5" [High,Fix committed]19:20
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xNearI tried to play game in virtualbox and it was lagging. Ya virtualbox is not good idea but game is really not "hard" for hardware.19:21
xNearAnd probably with AMD it will act better19:21
xNearlol amd gpu is 10 times faster than intel19:22
xNearon windows19:23
baiteri use amd graphics19:23
baiterand i use flgrx on ubuntu19:23
baiteri don't know what you are talking about19:23
xNearbut i have muxed gpu19:23
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xNearfglrx is broken for muxed gpus19:23
xNearmuxed - hybrid, two gpus int laptop19:23
baiternever tried that19:23
daftykinskeep it to the support please folks, you can chat over in #ubuntu-offtopic19:23
xNearBashing-om: what you mean? its finally repaired?19:24
xNearWhat means fix released?19:25
daftykinsthat it's already in the package updates19:25
xNearso i understand i can try it19:26
xNearjust install the package, yep?19:26
xNearouch, so i go reboot to linux, brb19:26
daftykinsyou might have to use the 'proposed' package, it might not be out yet19:26
daftykinsoh well too late (:19:27
daftykins!info flrgx-updates19:27
ubottuPackage flrgx-updates does not exist in wily19:27
daftykins!info fglrx-updates19:27
ubottufglrx-updates (source: fglrx-installer-updates): Video driver for the AMD graphics accelerators. In component restricted, is extra. Version 2:15.201-0ubuntu1 (wily), package size 22909 kB, installed size 102044 kB (Only available for amd64; i386)19:27
daftykinsah no that looks like the one19:27
lrsI have a problem. Ubuntu freezes randomly and i have to close the lid top my laptop and go into sleep mode and then log in again19:28
lrsI think it ha something to do with flash and/or nvidia19:28
lrspepperflash, flash... etc.19:29
lrsAnyone have any idea?19:29
daftykinsso you're watching a video at the time?19:29
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daftykinswell, uninstall pepperflash to test.19:29
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lrsYeah usually it is when i have chromium on19:30
lrsOr watch youtube19:30
ubuntu829When I try and boot from a flash drive. I get an error and the thing stops... not sure why?... i'm on an amd 8gb ram19:30
lrsSometimes it comes in game, but then  i usually hace some web browsing thing in the background19:30
baiter... do you even use flash on youtube? most people use html5 now don't they?19:30
daftykinswell you don't need pepperflash for youtube, lrs - HTML5 playback works19:30
neldogzIs there any prep work that needs to be performed to a raid array (that is not used for the bootable OS, only data) before re-installing Linux?19:30
daftykinsneldogz: not really, but i'd disconnect all the member disks during OS reinstall.19:31
lrsdaftykins, Pepper is not installed :S19:31
baiterchrome is a ram hog though, for sure19:31
baiterthat can cause those freezes19:31
neldogzdaftykins, thank you, I will do exactly that!19:31
lrsYou think so?19:31
baitertry firefox?19:31
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xNearBashing-om: Still I have fglrx freeze on bootup.19:40
xNearI ran "sudo aptitude install fglrx"19:40
daftykinsxNear: you were supposed to install fglrx-updates19:40
SlaveOfJesusI have a question. I have ubuntu 12.04 LTS and i want to install LATEST v44 chromium. How to do that please?19:41
xNearah, again reboot, sorry xD19:41
daftykinsxNear: sudo apt-get purge fglrx* && sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get install fglrx-updates19:41
xNeari purged actually fglrx but i must perform clean19:41
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: upgrade.19:41
xNeari dont like apt-get, i learned aptitude19:41
xNearonly at apt-tet one thing i know is19:41
xNear"apt-get install aptitude" xD19:42
daftykinsxNear: that was a very foolish move, apt-get is standard - aptitude is not.19:42
daftykinslearning what comes 'in the box' is best19:42
xNearya i know19:42
xNeari will try to learn it ;)19:42
daftykinsi've been playing with 'apt' instead of 'apt-get' even, it gives a nice progress bar :)19:43
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OnkelTemI can't watch videos on a website using DRM19:49
daftykinslike which19:49
OnkelTemthey recommened to install hal from ppa:mjblenner/ppa-hal19:49
daftykinsyou have to use chrome from google to use any web DRM related content, typically.19:49
daftykinsthat depends on your ubuntu version19:49
OnkelTemdaftykins: yeah, I'm using google chrome, but anyway :(19:49
technotrumpetCan anyone tell me how to install ubuntu on a old computer with Windows XP?19:49
OnkelTemdaftykins: http://www.amediateka.ru/serial/esh-protiv-zloveschih-mertvetsov-8ef3bfca-7839-4fa1-a2a1-4e844f924144/1/119:50
daftykinsOnkelTem: yeah probably then, but PPAs are unsupported so do so at your own risk19:50
dami0anyone here running steam through wine on ubuntu? i get "steamwebhelper.exe has encountered a fatal error" and i can't see any text19:50
bekkstechnotrumpet: the same way as you would do on a new computer :)19:50
daftykinstechnotrumpet: same way it's always installed, either burn a DVD of the ISO or put it on a bootable USB flash drive.19:50
technotrumpetHow is that bekks?19:50
daftykinsdami0: that's silly, just install steam natively - it doesn't need wine.19:50
dami0the game i want to play does19:50
daftykinsdami0: sudo apt-get install steam19:50
Bashing-omtechnotrumpet: Older hardware generally recommended (L)ubuntu .19:50
daftykinsdami0: #ubuntu-steam19:51
bekkstechnotrumpet: boot the install medoum, proceed with the installation.19:51
dami0daftykins: ah, thanks19:51
technotrumpetReally> Lbuntu is better?19:51
daftykinstechnotrumpet: you might want to share the system specifications19:51
technotrumpetIntel Pentium (gen 2 i believe) daftykins19:52
daftykinsno such thing as a second generation pentium i'm afraid19:52
baiterhe means pentium 2?19:52
technotrumpetyes baiter. Thanks!19:52
daftykinsheh, that'd be a funny way to say it if so - and if correct then that thing is too old for XP, let alone ubuntu19:53
Bashing-omtechnotrumpet: "Better" is in the eye of the beholder, but ubuntu takes some resources, lubuntu is lighter .19:53
daftykinsi'd honestly say there's no point even trying.19:53
baitermy guess is he's wrong19:53
baiterand he should try lbuntu19:53
daftykinstechnotrumpet: can you check?19:53
technotrumpetcheck what daftykins?19:53
OnkelTemdaftykins: I can't install anything from that ppa19:53
daftykinswhat the spec really is19:53
baiteryour system specs19:53
daftykinstechnotrumpet: boot XP and press windows key + pause/break19:54
OnkelTemAm I the only one needing to play DRMshit?19:54
daftykinsthat'll open the system properties with the basic spec19:54
baitergo to programs -> accessories -> systems -> system info19:54
lrs66 mhz pentium 48619:54
daftykins!language | OnkelTem that's not acceptable here.19:54
ubottuOnkelTem that's not acceptable here.: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList19:54
OnkelTemHow you folks overcome this?19:54
daftykinsOnkelTem: like i said PPAs are not supported here19:54
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge19:54
OnkelTemdaftykins: I don't care about how I do this, I need to play videos19:55
marco__avrei un problema19:55
OnkelTemdaftykins: I hoped Ubuntu 14.04 can help me with that19:55
daftykinsOnkelTem: care about what? you're not making much sense in English.19:55
OnkelTemBut atm I found no solution19:55
k1l!it | marco__19:55
ubottumarco__: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)19:55
marco__sorry XD19:55
OnkelTemdaftykins: I don't care whether is something supported or not. I asked - how to play video19:56
daftykinsOnkelTem: ok, good luck getting help with that bad attitude.19:56
OnkelTemdaftykins: which attitude you mean? I provided a link, right? have you visited it?19:56
daftykinsi don't need to visit it.19:57
OnkelTemthen how can you help?19:57
daftykinsi already told you i'm not helping because i don't like your attitude :)19:57
xNearubuntu freezes after installing fglrx-updates19:57
daftykinsyou already shared a PPA name, it has instructions on how to add it to your system - so follow those then install hal19:58
daftykinsjob done.19:58
OnkelTemdaftykins: don't conver the lack of your knowledge with reasons dude19:58
daftykinsbut you will get no assistance from me.19:58
daftykinsyes that's very amusing reverse psychology, however i am more than capable - you're ignored now.19:58
k1lOnkelTem: daftykins just stop telling the other one what to do, this is pointless. OnkelTem outside .ru you cant use that page anyway. so maybe the guys in #ubuntu-ru know more about that side and how to make it work19:59
daftykinswhat? you know channel policy on PPAs - and you saw i stopped already.20:00
daftykinsno use closing the barn gate after the horse has bolted :)20:00
OnkelTemdaftykins: actually, I can't install it. That's the reason I asked.20:01
OnkelTemW: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/mjblenner/ppa-hal/dists//ubuntu/trusty/binary-amd64/Packages  404  Not Found20:01
OnkelTemat apt-get update20:02
OnkelTemso I thought there should another way20:02
k1lOnkelTem: there is no "ppa-hal" anymore from that user20:02
k1lOnkelTem: and i told you to stop it with daftykins so dont highlight him anymore. that is rude from your side, too20:03
OnkelTemthat's strange. Looks like an integrity problem of launchpad.net, no?20:03
k1lOnkelTem: no. what about that user just removed that ppa on his own?20:03
OnkelTemOh, I didn't say anything rude since when you told it to me20:03
SlaveOfJesusI have a question. I have ubuntu 12.04 LTS and i want to install LATEST v44 chromium. How to do that please?20:03
SlaveOfJesusasking 2nd time20:03
OnkelTemk1l: oh, ok. I don't know launchpad rules.20:04
SlaveOfJesusI got to say linux support is bad :/20:04
k1lOnkelTem: and now i quote from that user launchpad page: zombie hal PPA description: Trying to keep HAL alive for a little longer, mostly because I watch flash videos that use DRM, and flash needs HAL for that to work.20:04
serpohmm lol20:04
Bashing-om!latest | SlaveOfJesus20:04
ubottuSlaveOfJesus: 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.20:04
k1lOnkelTem: i really suggest you change that attitude asap. your aggressive tone is getting you just in more trouble20:04
OnkelTemk1l: yeah that I read20:04
SlaveOfJesusWhen i say "linux suppoort is bad" everyone wakes up. But when i ask question everyone ignoring me20:05
ubottuPackages 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.20:05
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge20:05
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: actually i replied, i think you should just update - unless you can find a chromium PPA.20:05
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: actually you ignored my response :)20:05
ubottuPackages 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.20:05
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: when?20:06
k1lserpo: please stop20:06
Bashing-omSlaveOfJesus: We have no solution you would like or likely accept. Best policy maybe is say nothing ?20:06
serpojust enjoying20:06
SlaveOfJesusBashing-om: no solution?20:06
OnkelTemdaftykins, k1l: Folks, please stop your teasing me. Subtliles of English language is not available for me non-english native. Maybe I say somehting which you may treat as rude - I admit this. But, pardon, I don't feel it20:06
xNearBashing-om: After installing fglrx or fglrx-updates I still have freeze20:06
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge20:06
Bashing-omSlaveOfJesus: As daftykins advised, best is to upgrade to 14.04 .20:06
Albicbrciao a tutti20:07
SlaveOfJesusBashing-om: cant do that20:07
SlaveOfJesusBashing-om: i have problems with ubuntu 1420:07
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: like what?20:07
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: dont get me started please20:07
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: im tired20:07
xNearBashing-om: What idea for my problem you have?20:07
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: no i'm serious, this is a help channel - so what's wrong with 14.04?20:07
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: kernel problems.20:08
daftykinsok you're not being very specific there20:08
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: my pc works with 3.2 kernel20:08
k1lSlaveOfJesus: actually i wonder why the chromium on 12.04 is not updated20:08
daftykinswhat is it, legacy AMD card?20:08
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: cause ive spent a lot of time already asking for help before20:08
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: ist not about amd20:08
OnkelTemdaftykins, k1l that said, sorry. I didn't mean to offend anybody. I just called DRM with a word, I think is most suitable for it... and I didn't expect somebody has another opinion :) really!20:08
k1lis chromium 37 a LTS version? because 14.04 and others have all 4520:09
daftykinsxNear: if fglrx-updates didn't work, no - you'll have to wait20:09
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: so like i said, either upgrade release or find a PPA for chromium for yours - which is probably unlikely, so i don't think you have any option.20:09
UmeaboyOn 15.10 on x86_64 arch it doesn't seem normal to me that my computer forgets or looses recollection of my connection that I used yesterday even thou I didn't touch any Connection settings.20:09
compdocxNear, what model is the vid card?20:09
SlaveOfJesusk1l: yes20:09
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xNear03:00.0 Display controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Sun LE [Radeon HD 8550M / R5 M230]20:09
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: thats bad20:09
UmeaboyI checked that it should be able to connect to the connection when it's available and the box is checked.20:09
xNear00:00.0 Host bridge: Intel Corporation Haswell-ULT DRAM Controller (rev 0b)20:09
SlaveOfJesusman why linux is so complicated20:09
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: price of freedom, i guess20:10
xNearWatch Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core end to understand price of freedom.20:10
UmeaboyAlso....... At boot up after a long while I get asked to type my Wifi-password again even thou it's supposed to connect with the already written password.20:10
xNearAfter all there is song from this game named "Price of freedom" xD20:10
Bashing-omxNear: O was "concerned" would not be available . Let's see what is. Pastebin ' sudo lshw -C display ; dpkg -l | grep fglrx ; sudo ubuntu-drivers devices ; sudo ubuntu-drivers list ' . We see what can be done.20:10
UmeaboyAny easy fix to that?20:10
k1lSlaveOfJesus: actually i would file a bug and ask why 12.04 is not updated20:10
SlaveOfJesuswhen you have problem with linux its a nightmare to solve it20:10
regedityeah just appreciate the fact you didn't have to die like those who did pay that price of freedom20:11
daftykinsxNear: be helpful or don't speak, please20:11
* regedit crawls back into the whole whence he emerged, giggling20:11
SlaveOfJesusfirst, my pc crashes with newer linux kernel, second no sound in newer ubuntu releases, third cant install new chromium, i install ubuntu 12 everything is outdated :/20:12
OnkelTemSo why was Hal removed from Ubuntu?20:12
OnkelTemwithout providing any alternative, as I understand20:12
UmeaboyAnd also........ I know that you can make a custom grub.cfg and load that instead of the standard one, but I'd prefer that my module problem with nouveau gets fixed with a patch. I have a working solution to be able to boot the kernel to login window without getting a freeze.20:12
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: those issues on newer versions will likely need some effort, but i doubt they're impossible to solve.20:13
xNearBashing-om: http://pastebin.com/iAbifMez20:13
xNearactually i do not have fglrx installed, because its freezes20:13
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: but as you've said you don't want to discuss them, i think you're out of luck on this one.20:13
UmeaboyOnkelTem: Systemd handles HAL's responsibibility now I guess.20:13
Bashing-omxNear: Look'n .20:13
bekksOnkelTem: It was removed in favor of udev.20:13
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: no i dont want20:13
k1lOnkelTem: its gone since 10.04.20:13
bekksOnkelTem: Roughly about 5 years ago.20:13
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: then i think we're done here.20:14
SlaveOfJesusi had to install chrome20:14
UmeaboySorry bout that.20:14
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins: but i have to say on this channel my dislike20:14
SlaveOfJesusi need to let the steam out20:14
OnkelTemDoes this mean that DRM content can't be played in Ubuntu anymore (in which I don't believe of course) OR that specific site makers go in a wrong way of implementing DRM on their website?20:15
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: no, we don't need that. this channel is of volunteers, we don't deserve to be slated for the issues of the OS.20:15
daftykinsmaybe go to a padded room for the evening20:15
SlaveOfJesusdaftykins:  can i add like newer ubuntu ppa for chromium to my ubuntu 12?20:15
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: well i did suggest that...20:15
k1lSlaveOfJesus: file a bug and ask the maintainer why he doesnt ship updates to 12.04 anymore. i didnt find a reason so far. ranting, flaming and other things will not help anyone in here20:15
SlaveOfJesusim not ranting flaming20:16
SlaveOfJesusim telling my opinion20:16
OnkelTemActually, this is not the first website I met where I can't play anything. Even some official Russian TV websites doesn't work for the same reason. This looks weird20:16
SlaveOfJesusim not satisfied with linux20:16
hggdhSlaveOfJesus: ok. Move to something else.20:16
SlaveOfJesushggdh: no20:16
k1lSlaveOfJesus: so either file a bug and ask the maintainer or search for a ppa or use chrome.20:16
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: so look for a PPA or switch browser20:17
SlaveOfJesusisnt that your job?20:17
xNearSlaveOfJesus: Install windows if linux is really hard for you. Linux is not for everybody, by the way. I'm happy that it's not very popular.20:17
EriC^^SlaveOfJesus: everybody here are volunteers20:18
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: no, it is not - like i said we're volunteers and PPAs aren't supported, so it is up to you to find one.20:18
soifIt's nobody's job to to anything actually, we're all volunteers20:18
k1lSlaveOfJesus: if it was my job you would have to pay me :) but you could ask nicely. but if you demand i will wait till you pay me ;p20:18
SlaveOfJesusso why do you do this?20:18
xNearHobby? Passion? Interest?20:18
xNearStupid question...20:18
SlaveOfJesusare you doing this for me?20:18
SlaveOfJesusfor me and others/20:19
xNearFor /everybody/ who need help.20:19
SlaveOfJesusthen fix it20:19
daftykinsSlaveOfJesus: i honestly suggest you leave now, this attitude is not welcome.20:19
xNear... lol20:19
bekksSlaveOfJesus: Fix your attitude before.20:19
SlaveOfJesusMy attitude is okay20:19
soifis it?20:19
OerHeksguys, don't feed the troll20:19
Bashing-omxNear: Looks out of my experience range, the FGLRX-updates driver is installed, however, the open source (radeon) driver is loaded . Do not know what to say here .20:19
k1l!guidelines | SlaveOfJesus20:19
ubottuSlaveOfJesus: The guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines20:19
daftykinsbe nice if an op actually did something today.20:19
SlaveOfJesusmy attitude is okay even with all the fails20:20
xNearso how to resolve that?20:20
hggdhstop rrsponding20:20
xNearuninstall radeon drivers via driver gui tool?20:20
daftykinsxNear: what's this, you installed it but it's not being used?20:21
xNeari dont know20:21
daftykinsxNear: pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log && lspci | pastebinit20:21
daftykinsprepare those two for me and i'll have a look.20:21
SlaveOfJesusSo you dont want to hear anything negative? How will you then make it better?20:21
xNearreally i tried to even switch to amd via vga switcheoor20:21
xNearand it was not posibble20:21
xNeari dont know if amd gpu is really working20:22
daftykinsxNear: run the commands please.20:22
k1lSlaveOfJesus: so i muted you now because you kept going and going for discussion in here which is unfair for users who actually want to use this channel for support.20:22
k1lSlaveOfJesus: if you want to find a ppa for chromium see this list: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas?name_filter=chromium-browser20:23
UmeaboyIsnät it odd that the installation of Ubuntu doesn't really download and install all available updates with a fresh installation? You check the box to install updates during the installation and it seems to install SOME, but as soon as you enter Unity desktop you're told to install even more updates.20:23
UmeaboyWhy's that?20:23
k1lSlaveOfJesus: come to #ubuntu-ops if you want the mute to be removed.20:23
UmeaboySeems unnecesssary and confusing.20:23
bekksUmeaboy: It actually ask you to download upates and does it when saying yes :)20:23
volkswagnerwell, I decided to use the two additional larger drives, hopefully the drive changout will go well when I'm done20:23
bekksUmeaboy: It installs updates for all core packages.20:24
Umeaboybekks: Yeah, but then you have to install even MORE when you get to the desktop.20:24
UmeaboySeems weird to me.20:24
UmeaboyEither you install none or all.20:24
bekksUmeaboy: Which isnt tragically, since the installation is quite fast, and installing updates afterwards is fast, too.20:24
UmeaboyAt once.20:24
daftykinsxNear: you have "radeon.runpm=0" in your kernel boot parameters, this is likely not helping.20:24
xNeari forgot to disable that20:24
SeveasUmeaboy: isn't it that the installer only does security updates and the installed system also does bugfix updates?20:24
xNearit was at tutorial for vga switcheoor20:25
daftykinsxNear: hold left shift at startup, use 'e' to edit and delete it once for a *one time* boot test.20:25
UmeaboySeveas: Could be.20:25
SeveasUmeaboy: I still see your point, doing them all during install makes more sense20:25
UmeaboyNo idea thou.20:25
xNearbut i must install fglrx20:25
UmeaboyBecause I get a permission error on first boot of Ubuntu when trying to setup my Wifi to be used.20:26
UmeaboyIf I login and perform an update I don't have this issue anymore.20:26
daftykinsxNear: i thought you installed it already...20:27
xNearits freezing me on boot20:27
daftykinsxNear: with fglrx-updates...20:27
xNearfglrx-updates freezes my pc20:27
xNearon boot so i reinstalled it to boot linux20:27
daftykinsyou didn't mention that between now and earlier when we were discussing installing it, do you think that maybe it could've been useful to know?20:27
xNeari mentioned that, i think20:28
xNearif not20:28
xNearsorry really20:28
daftykinsno you did not :)20:28
xNearso i installed fglrx and i will try to boot it without radeon20:28
daftykinsanyway those AMD hybrid setups are pretty nasty, i'd recommend having a read of this if you haven't seen it - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HybridGraphics20:28
daftykinsno, fglrx-updates20:28
daftykinsfglrx won't work.20:28
xNeari installed fglrx-updates20:29
xNearagain, i did mistake ;d20:29
daftykinshave a read20:29
UmeaboyI use modprobe.blacklist=nouveau and that works for me.20:29
UmeaboyI have HybridGraphics.20:29
xNeari readed it20:30
xNearthis is why i have that line on boot ;)20:30
daftykinsUmeaboy: that's nvidia, totally irrelevant20:30
tctAlt+digit in Ubuntu doesn't switch tabs. In the terminal, Alt+digit prints the digit. In nautilus, it doesn't do anything. Any ideas what might be the cause?20:30
xNearok, reboot20:30
UmeaboyGotta quit for a little while.20:31
UmeaboyDoing some System Testing.20:31
xNeardaftykins: its not working20:34
daftykinsthat doesn't really give me much detail to go on20:34
xNearits freezes on splash screen20:35
daftykinsafter doing what?20:35
xNearbuffering circle, i mean ubuntu loading20:35
xNearafter writing LUKS password (ya i have encrypted drive)20:35
xNearmaybe try clean reinstall, or we would try repairing for fixing another bug(s)?20:36
daftykinsi don't really have enough experience in those AMD hybrid setups to comment - it's probably too early for 15.1020:37
xNearok, fine20:38
xNearso i must wait?20:38
xNearthe fglrx was broken for hybrid graphics - not otherwise20:38
daftykinseither for someone who's better with those setups, or for AMD to improve them, yes20:38
xNearok, fine20:38
daftykinswhat do you mean 'not otherwise' ?20:39
xNearfor not-hybrid graphics20:39
daftykinsso using the BIOS to manually switch between?20:39
xNearfrom what i readed the problems were encoured only for those who use hybrid graphics20:39
xNearnot for those who have "normal" graphics20:39
xNearthat what i mean20:39
daftykinsoh yeah, for intel only or AMD only.20:40
daftykinsof course, hybrid is what Linux doesn't do well20:40
xNearno, i cant use bios to switch beetwen two20:40
xNeari can only use amd+intel or only intel20:40
xNearwhat i want to use amd20:40
OerHeksdaftykins, without linux-headers-generic, does that fglrx driver work ? see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/AMD#Installing_via_the_command_line20:40
xNearso i must choose first option20:40
daftykinsxNear: i don't know what you mean by those choices.20:41
daftykinsOerHeks: i'm only 99% sure, but this is a laptop with intel + AMD adapters at the same time, so i think a standard driver and making a xorg.conf would break20:42
xNeari mean that there are only these two options in bios20:42
daftykinsxNear: right but you just told me there's no switch in the BIOS, but now you say there is XD20:42
ubuim trying to install proj-bin 4.9.2-120:42
daftykinsxNear: sorry i'm going to have to give up. you're hard to follow.20:42
xNearto use discrete card with integrated, or only integrated20:42
ubusome know how to?20:42
bekksubu: Not enough information provided.20:43
xNearahh i mean i cant switch beetwen two to choose ONLY ONE20:43
xNearthat what you meand20:43
ubuproj 4.8... has problems with rgdal r package20:43
bekksubu: Which ubuntu are you on, what did you do, what did you expect to happen, what happened instaed, which error messages did you get?20:43
ubuubuntu 15.1020:43
bekksubu: "has problems" is too generic, too.20:43
ubuwanted to upgrade proj 4.9.1 to 4.9.220:44
ioriaxNear, have you tried to boot without 'spalsh' ?20:44
OerHeksubu,  4.9.1-2 is for wily, next Xenial gets  4.9.2-1 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/proj20:45
bekksubu: what about my four other questions?20:45
ubusorry for asking but  but dont know how to do that20:45
ubufound https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/proj but dont knwo how to install since binary does not work20:46
ubuI mean I do not knwo how to do installation20:47
OerHeksubu,  you won't get 4.9.2-1 now. wait for updates.20:47
baiteragain, why are you trying to install it?20:47
ubuok thanks20:47
Seveasubu: if you don't have a good reason to upgrade, spare yourself the trouble :)20:48
ubuthe R package proj 4.9.1 make a proble to recognize20:48
ubucoordinate systems20:48
OerHeksubu, at this time,  4.9.2-1 just moved from experimental to unstable.20:48
ubuohh this means not available ?20:49
OerHeks 4.9.1-2 is, for wily20:49
ubusorry my ignorance wily ?20:49
baiterthe newer ubuntu20:50
OerHekswily = 15.1020:50
ubuIm in 15.1020:50
ubuI have 15.10 version20:51
baiterok, that's wily20:51
ububut what should I do?20:51
soifwily = ubuntu 15.1020:52
soifIt's Wily Werefwolf to be precise since each version of Ubuntu is named after an animal20:52
soifWerewolf* sorry20:52
Seveasubu: grab the sources from xenial or debian and rebuild on wily20:52
ubuhow should I do that?20:52
Seveasubu: or just stick with 4.9.1 :)20:53
xNearioria: not20:58
ioriaxNear, nothing ?20:59
xNearnot actually20:59
xNeari do not did this20:59
ioriaxNear, ?20:59
ioriaxNear, i mean, try to boot without 'splash' ... in text mode21:00
bigithello is there a german IRC for ubuntu ?21:02
Fuchsbigit: #ubuntu-de for support, #ubuntu-de-offtopic for chatter21:02
bigitFuchs: thx21:02
Fuchsyou're welcome21:03
Black_phantomhey all I just upgraded to Ubuntu 15.10 and got stuck into a login loop, the screen flickers after i enter the password and goes back again to login screen. I tried recovery mode but I cant figure out how to remove the nvidia drivers from terminal. I used apt-get remove --purge-nvidia* but it says that using * gives too many outputs21:03
[Roby_Gabber]posso fare una domanda21:03
SeveasBlack_phantom: remove the '-' between purge and nvidia21:04
k1l!it | [Roby_Gabber]21:04
ubottu[Roby_Gabber]: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)21:04
Black_phantomCan you please give me the specific commands that I should enter when I open recovery mode and run as root shell in order to fix this problem21:05
do2kdiḿ searching for audio "people" - want to filter noise out of transmissions in realtime with jackrack or other software....thanks for help21:05
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xNearyeah i know ioria21:06
xNearbut i must something do on windows21:06
ioriaxNear, ok21:06
Bashing-omBlack_phantom: Try : at the login screen key combo ctl_alt+F1 to gaina console, Correct your command to be ' sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia* ' ... no dash betwenn purge and nvidia - .21:06
Black_phantomShould removing nvidia fix the problem ?21:07
Black_phantomShould I enter something else after removing nvidia ?21:07
do2kdif nobody is here who can help, any idea which channel here on freenode or channel on other network?21:07
Seveasdo2kd: maybe #ubuntustudio21:07
MonkeyDustdo2kd  try #ubuntustudio21:08
MonkeyDustdang Seveas was faster21:08
Bashing-omBlack_phantom: One can expect with nvidia removed that nouveau will load . Maybe not, but try and see what results .21:08
SeveasMonkeyDust: twss21:08
Black_phantomok thanks i will reboot and get back toy21:08
Black_phantomto you*21:08
thenerdjoneshello everyone21:09
Bashing-omBlack_phantom: L .. If that goes well .. there is a great tool to install proprietary drivers now .21:09
Black_phantomWhich is ?21:09
xNearim on winddows tablet actually21:12
xNeari will report my doing21:12
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xNeari do not understand that21:15
xNearit does boot without splashscreen21:15
xNearhow i can chceck fglrx is really running?21:15
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creep_I have a question21:17
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creep_Is it possible to install a new linux maintaining files, preferences, programs, etc...?21:18
Seveascreep_: you can upgrade instead of reinstalling21:18
xNearwhen i open amdcccle21:18
xNearthere is error that amd drivers are not working or not correctly installed21:18
creep_I have an old linux, called caixa magica21:19
gossieI've cycled through all my nvidia drivers, byt my video still lags a little bit, like a huge triangular section of my screen is a few frames behind. HP ENVY 17, Nvidia 740m, Ubuntu 15.04, television acting as extended monitor with laptop screen. I'm not a rookie, but i'm a little rusty.21:19
MonkeyDustcreep_  not supported here21:19
creep_now I want to install Ubuntu...21:19
ldeveauxcreep_, if the question is to install ubuntu in place of an other distribution it is possible if you have separated the hard drive partitions21:19
creep_keeping my files preferences and programs...21:20
MonkeyDust!install | creep_ backup your personal files, first21:20
ubottucreep_ backup your personal files, first: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall - Don't want to use a CD? See http://tinyurl.com/3exghs - See also !automate21:20
compdocxNear, thats a old, low performance video card you have. If the ubuntu driver works, then be happy21:20
ubottusalvo: 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 ».21:20
OerHeksi think it is a bad idea, to keep settings from an other linux.21:20
creep_of course I will make backups... but I would like to know if it's possible to do it, or else why do it!?21:21
MonkeyDustcreep_  you can keep your files, but probably not your programs and settings21:21
creep_Caixa Magica is a portuguese version based on Ubuntu21:21
creep_but it has stopped updating21:22
xNearthe driver is not working21:22
creep_months ago21:22
xNearfglrxinfo is printing about intel card21:22
xNearFGLRX was working before21:22
xNeardont say that its old card, i have even gpu in my room from 1999... ah, even if its old, its not bad. i can play even garrys mod at full-hd with every details21:23
creep_I thought it was better to come here and ask... because a few android versions are upgradable keeping programs and files!21:23
MonkeyDustcreep_  if you're lucky, ubuntu will recognize the caixa settings21:23
creep_MonkeyDust thank you for your help21:25
xNearfglrx is returnning badvalue after aticonfig21:25
gossieVideo/graphics problems on an extended display? anyone?21:25
MonkeyDustgossie  that's not a nice way to ask a question21:27
daftykinsxNear: that won't work, because the AMD isn't your primary card.21:27
xNearlel os actually doesnt boot21:28
tctAlt+digit in Ubuntu doesn't switch tabs. In the terminal, Alt+digit prints the digit. In nautilus, it doesn't do anything. Any ideas what might be the cause?21:28
daftykinsyeah you would not run amdconfig :)21:28
xNearbut its not old card21:29
MonkeyDusttct  try alt tab to switch windows21:29
serseswhat rm -rf does?21:30
MonkeyDustEriC^^  it removes without asking confirmation21:30
MonkeyDustserses  ^^^21:31
Bashing-om And ^^ as well .. 'r' means all below it in the file system ! Be very sure !21:31
sersesremoves what?21:31
k1lserses: removes the target even if its a directory and doesnt ask for confirmation21:32
MonkeyDustserses  the folder you specify, careful with it21:32
MonkeyDustserses  you probably picked it up somewhere, but better forget and never use it21:32
sersesit is possible to delete it parent too?21:32
fusionedanyone get any good candy last night?21:35
k1lfusioned: for regular chat better join #ubuntu-offtopic :)21:35
gossieMonkeyDust, I asked earlier and no one answered, so rather than spam the chat I sent an abbreviated question.21:38
gossieI will repost my original21:38
gossieI've cycled through all my nvidia drivers, byt my video still lags a little bit, like a huge triangular section of my screen is a few frames behind. HP ENVY 17, Nvidia 740m, Ubuntu 15.04, television acting as extended monitor with laptop screen. I'm not a rookie, but i'm a little rusty.21:39
gossieI apologize if my summary sounded curt21:39
Albicbrciao a tutti mi servirebbe un infornazione se possibile21:39
MonkeyDustgossie  yes, simply hit the up arrow every 15 minutes to repeat21:39
k1l!it | Albicbr21:39
ubottuAlbicbr: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)21:39
imutepgerman here ?21:42
bekks!de | imutep21:42
ubottuimutep: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!21:42
andystarHow do I reset the settings for Cadence?21:46
MonkeyDust!info cadence21:53
ubottuPackage cadence does not exist in wily21:53
MonkeyDustanth0ny  what's cadence?21:53
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MonkeyDustGuest39801  this is the ubuntu support channel21:57
django_k1l: hey you here?21:59
daftykinsdjango_: something the channel can help with?22:07
django_daftykins: idk why ubuntu feels slower than i thought22:07
django_on my old laptop it was so fast vs windows 722:07
django_here its meh22:07
django_after a while like i cant even print screen22:08
daftykinswhere is 'here' ?22:08
django_another laptop22:08
daftykinsand what spec is it?22:08
daftykinsgrep model /proc/cpuinfo && grep MemTotal /proc/meminfo22:08
mahdi_Hi guys22:09
django_daftykins: how can i get that info?22:09
django_from the ubuntu gui22:09
daftykinsdjango_: type the command i gave in the terminal app22:10
django_" grep model /proc/cpuinfo && grep MemTotal /proc/meminfo"22:10
django_all of that?22:10
daftykinsmahdi_: hi there22:10
daftykinsdjango_: text belongs in a pastebin, taking images of text is highly illogical22:11
daftykinslooks like 6GB RAM and an ivybridge i522:11
thenerdjonesso im having a weird problem, im trying to install ubuntu server on an old laptop i have laying around, and every time i try it, it installs to the usb drive instead of the hard drive, even though i select the hard drive during the install22:11
daftykinsthenerdjones: is that because it gives you a boot error message once you remove the flash drive?22:12
daftykinsdjango_: and the graphics? "lspci"22:12
daftykinsdjango_: you really shouldn't be downloading and installing .deb's - much less trying to install .rpm's :)22:13
django_yeah i just used another tutorial22:13
django_i kept on getting errors22:13
daftykinsmmm intel integrated graphics then22:13
django_this is a standard laptop heh22:13
daftykinsyeah but even laptops can have graphics chips22:14
daftykinsso would you say it slows down the more you have open?22:14
daftykinsthenerdjones: hello? :)22:14
django_for example friday aftertoon i just closed my laptop, reopened it last night..and if i hit print screen nothig wouud happen22:14
django_had to restart it22:14
thenerdjonesdaftykins: no i just get a blinking cursor when i remove the usb drive, and if i put it back in i get the gnome desktop instead of the installer22:14
daftykinsdjango_: sounds more like an issue with sleep more than anything22:15
daftykinsthenerdjones: gnome desktop o0 did you install that after server - or ?22:15
django_daftykins: I also downloaded this cool program that when i right click on files it has the option 'open with terminal' now that is gone22:15
thenerdjonestheres an option to install it while installing server, since i wanted a ui i installed it as well22:15
daftykinsthenerdjones: yeah so GRUB just got put on the wrong disk, if you boot in you can fix that easy :)22:16
daftykinsthenerdjones: are you typing from that gnome desktop right now?22:16
thenerdjonesdaftykins: no another pc22:17
daftykinsok well boot it up22:17
thenerdjonesdaftykins: i reinstalled the usb installer, and from the installer boot menu i selected " boot from first hard disk" and it just drops me back into the installer boot menu22:19
daftykinsthenerdjones: ok well put desktop ubuntu on that flash drive and boot it.22:20
EriC^^thenerdjones: boot into gnome as you were booting before by mistake22:20
EriC^^then grub-install to the disk22:20
thenerdjonesEriC^^: i already used the linux pen drive back on the usb, haha22:21
ubottuberto: 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 ».22:22
thenerdjonesso you think it is installing to the hard drive and only grub is installing on the usb?22:24
daftykinsthenerdjones: yes22:25
daftykinsthenerdjones: so like i said, put ubuntu desktop on it so you can boot it and resolve this situation22:26
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lickalottis anyone here familiar with lxd, specifically building a windows client image?22:33
lickalottI'm not see very much out there in the way of instructions/tuts22:33
compdoclickalott, not sure lxd can do that. but Im new to lxd too22:34
k1llickalott: iirc containers are just for linux clients22:35
daftykinsyeah doesn't sound like a thing22:35
lickalottit seemed to me that since version 13 and up provided support for windows clients.  Unless I read that wrong.22:35
lickalottlemme see if I can find that page.22:35
Seveaslickalott: to run windows, you need a virtualization solution, not a container.22:36
lickalottSorry.  0.19 not 13 - https://linuxcontainers.org/lxd/news/22:37
lickalottI was trying to install xen (currently running 15.04) but that was a disaster.  I just want windows to correct the MS office compatibility issues that I'm running into.  What, in your opinions, is the best option?  virt-manager, boxes, etc...?22:38
daftykinspretty sure xen is not the favoured tech in ubuntu land22:39
ubottuXEN is a virtual machine monitor for x86 that supports execution of multiple guest operating systems with unprecedented levels of performance and resource isolation. Information on installing it for Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Xen22:39
daftykinslickalott: so you're only after running one VM?22:39
lickalotti've already swapped out office libre for open office but the files that I have to correct/edit/manipulate/create don't play nice with either libre or open office22:39
lickalottyes sir.22:39
lickalotton this laptop.22:39
daftykinsand you didn't just install virtualbox and get it done?22:39
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baiterhe's trying to run windows though, so yeah, just use virtualbox22:40
lickalotti did in the past but VB seems to be such a resource hog.  I was looking for something a little more "bare metal" like xen.  THen I came across lxd+dockers and thought i'd give that a go22:40
bekkslickalott: xen is a level 1 hypervisor, while lxd+docker are a level 2 hypervisor - just as virtualbox.22:41
baiterwindows is the resource hog22:41
lickalottbut it makes sense that it can't/won't do windows, as there is NO information out there on building a windows client.22:41
daftykinsbaiter: such silly comments here do not help anyone.22:41
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lickalottyou prefer VB over something like boxes or virt-manager?22:42
lickalottI haven't tried the other two yet, which is why I'm asking22:42
bekkslickalott: What is "boxes"?22:42
daftykinsjust try them, any poor VB performance was more likely down to not having VT-x enabled / supported.22:42
k1llickalott: for quick .docx rebuilding to .doc, yes :)22:42
bekkslickalott: And are you aware of the fact that libvirt is just a library for accessing hypervisors?22:43
lickalottno....but I am now.22:43
k1lcould actually try and see what MS office support is in wine, now22:43
trimetaI'm trying to build a server with a BTRFS RAID 1 root on top of encrypted volumes. Normally, initramfs doesn't want to decrypt two different volumes on boot, but I modified /usr/share/initramfs-tools/scripts/local-top/cryptroot to fix this. However, the system still refuses to boot of the BTRFS system wants two devices, even though both of those devices are unlocked.22:43
lickalotti am also running a Fedora box that I have virt-manager installed and it acts just like virtual box.  I can build a VM from an .iso or otherwise22:44
trimetaAnyone know what's going on here? I can mount the BTRFS system without error from within the initramfs rescue shell, but for some reason it's not mounting automatically in the scripts.22:44
lickalottk1l,  I will...thanks!  Never even thought of that.  (which is why I stopped in here.  :D)22:44
k1lboxes is a virtualbox gui from gnome, iirc22:45
k1lor some other libvirt gui.22:45
bekkslickalott: thats because you are using virt-manager with a level 2 hypervisor - just as virtualbox is.22:45
lickalottsorry bekks, yes k1l is correct.22:45
lickalotti guess my point in saying that was just that the libvirt libraries come as dependencies with virt-manager, so I didn't know their purpose was to access hypervisors.22:46
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wevahello everyone, I created and mounted some disk images on my home folder. and I moved them elsewhere because my drive warned that there was no more free space. but after moving them, it still shows zero free space22:57
wevain disk utility I still see the .img and .dd files mounted. could it be the reason?22:57
bekksweva: Yes.22:57
wevabekks, I tried for ex. "umount image.dd" and it says "umount: image.dd is not mounted (according to mtab)"22:58
bekksweva: so look at "mount" and umount whatever you want ;)22:59
ActionParsnipweva: use the mount point as the thing to unount22:59
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wevaActionParsnip, I'd mounted it at mnt/loop0, mntloop1, mnt/loop2..I dont know how to use them to unmount. I was given the mount commands23:01
ActionParsnipweva: sudo umount /mnt/loop0       for example23:02
wevaActionParsnip, it says "not found" for all mount points23:05
ghost-face1hello , my touchpad on my dell just stopped working out of nowhere, im running ubuntu 14.04 dualboot wiht windows 10.... i tried booting windows 10 and its not working on there either.....im guessing its hardware since it stopped working on both but idk... any help?23:06
ActionParsnipweva: use the mount command and you can see the mounted things.23:06
wileeeghost-face1, you been in the bios?23:07
ActionParsnipghost-face1: do you have a switch to enable / disable the touch pad23:07
ghost-face1i didnt check there yet.. i did go into it earlier but i didnt save anyhting23:07
ghost-face1i dont have a toggle to enable or disable.... i dont believe i do... i was looking for  a FN button but nothing23:08
wileeeghost-face1, a switch there was the idea, if you've not been there, ignore as of now.23:08
ghost-face1im using a usb connected mouse right now.. works fine23:09
wevaActionParsnip, i dont see anything like the image files that are shown mounted in disk utility23:09
bekksweva: "mount" - take a look at the output.23:10
wevabekks, you'd like to see the output?23:10
ghost-face1when i do xinput  i get this  ..... http://pastebin.com/aHAZ40zZ23:11
bekksweva: Yes, pastebin it please and give us the URL to your paste.23:11
wevabekks, it is so crazy here that even firefox doesnt work properly. I create the paste, and its link is shown as paste.ubuntu.com, without any number following it23:12
wevaand also firefox with no history and bookmarks23:12
wevathe total of files are shown as 750mb, but I have 0 free space23:13
bekksweva: due to no space, nothing can be safed.23:13
wevabekks, but in the output there is nothing resembling these files23:14
benrii am having some issues with display drivers after installing ubuntu on a new machine23:14
bekksweva: try: sudo mount | nc termbin.com 999923:14
benrithe box has an nvidia gtx 970 but even after installing the nvidia drivers, ubuntu doesnt recognize my display and locks me to 800x60023:16
wevasuddenly free space became 12mb and when I restarted firefox it was normal again.23:16
hazamonzoHey folks. I just got a copy of Kubuntu installed on a new laptop (Thinkpad w541) including the Nvidia drivers. Everything was looking good until i did a restart (a couple of restarts actually) and now, after the splash screen i get a black screen23:16
hazamonzoLooks like its graphic driver issues again. Any thoughts on how i can debug this?23:17
wevabekks, but it'd also worked with terminbin: http://termbin.com/efgv23:17
bekksweva: And whats the output of "df -h"?23:18
ghost-face1hope someone can help me out23:18
jmaresIs it possible to disable nouveau without rebooting?23:19
wevabekks, it is this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/13077200/23:19
benrihazamonzo: you can start by looking at /var/log/dmesg from recovery mode23:19
jmaresI've made an environment setup shell script but installing CUDA requires reboot because nouveau drivers need to be diabled...23:20
hazamonzobenri: I can still get to a terminal after the splash if thats better than recovery mode. I think its simply a case of the OS loads fine but nothing is rendered23:20
bekksweva: try running sudo apt-get autoremove23:20
hazamonzobenri: On moment and i'll take a look23:21
benrihazamonzo: ok, that works.  yeah its probably a display driver problem or something wrong with your xorg.conf23:21
benrihazamonzo: do you have nvidia display hardware?23:22
hazamonzobenri: odd thing is I actually got the drivers working well... for a couple of restarts. Then just recently, a quick reboot with no changes to drivers or what not and nothing23:22
hazamonzobenri: Display Hardware? You mean a Nvidia GPU?>23:22
hazamonzobenri: As far as the dmesg log... "Nothing has been logged yet"23:23
benrihazamonzo: yeah, nvidia GPU. also do you remember what you did change upon the reboot that killed it?23:23
wevabekks, didnt help23:24
benrihazamonzo: and thats really strange, there should at least be the boot log there...23:24
hazamonzobenri: Yeah the card is a K2100m on a thinkpad W541 (brand new laptop and new 15.10 installation)23:24
kostkonhazamonzo, what about Xorg.0.log23:24
hazamonzobenri: As for changes... all i did was get the system up to date with what a needed (tools for dev and such) and the only only UI thing... was adding some widgets to the desktop23:25
hazamonzokostkon: Let me check. One mo23:25
hazamonzokostkon: ack. remind me wher that log file is :)23:25
kostkonhazamonzo, /var/log/Xorg.0.log23:25
wevabekks, these are the images shown in devices in disk utility: http://is.gd/fSnFRD23:26
kostkonhazamonzo, lines with errors start with (EE)23:26
hazamonzokostkon: I was just about to ask what i was looking for23:26
hazamonzoone mo. looking for EE23:26
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kostkonhazamonzo, yeah23:26
bekksweva: PAstebin "df -h" again.23:27
hazamonzokostkon: Nothing with EE although.... i did notice "No enabled display devices found"23:28
hazamonzoUnable to get display device for DPI computation23:28
kostkonhazamonzo, so it seems it's a display problem23:29
hazamonzoIs there a chance i can be having these issues because of the silly 2880x1680 resolution?23:29
kostkonhazamonzo, whats the native res of your monitor23:29
kostkonhazamonzo, and you changed to that resolution just before rebooting23:30
kostkonhazamonzo, ?23:30
hazamonzokostkon: 2880x1680(i might be wrong on the verical)23:30
hazamonzoI've never changed the res so far23:30
hazamonzoI installed at that res, then installed the Nvidia 352 drivers for performance issues23:30
thenerdjonesso now i have installed ubuntu server, but it will only boot when i have my usb drive in, it no longer gives me the option to install it is booted with the usb drive in it just takes me to a gnome desktop ( i opted to install ) but without the usb drive in it just sits at a black screen with a blinking cursor, gparted shows 4 partitions, sda1 is / and the 500 gig hard drive, sda2 is the flash23:30
thenerdjonesdrive with "extended" and sda5 is swap, how do i make the hard drive bootable?23:30
hazamonzoworked well for a couple of reboots23:30
hazamonzothen darkness23:30
hazamonzo@ kostkon23:30
kostkonhazamonzo, you could use pastebinit to paste your log  for everyone to see23:31
ubottupastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com23:31
hazamonzokostkon: Its going to be tough as i only have a basic terminal at the moment :s23:31
wevabekks, http://paste.ubuntu.com/13077351/23:31
kostkonhazamonzo, that's all you need23:32
frostschutzweva, if 'sudo losetup' shows those, try 'sudo losetup /dev/loopX' for the loop device X you no longer need (or losetup -D for all)23:32
hazamonzokostkon: How might i get to pastebin (sorry if that obvious)23:32
frostschutzweva, *sudo losetup -d /dev/loopX23:32
kostkonhazamonzo, see the pastebinit factoid above ^23:32
hazamonzoi see your pastebin command above23:32
jmaresIs it possible to disable nouveau without rebooting?23:32
hazamonzokostkon: Thanks! (and super useful)23:32
hazamonzogive me a mo23:32
hazamonzoyou want the Xorg.0 log then?23:33
kostkonhazamonzo, paste that first yes23:33
hazamonzokostkon: Okay23:33
wevafrostschutz, they're gone, free space went up to normal. thank you very much!23:34
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thenerdjonesit feels a lot to me like the usb drive is the key to my laptop now, haha23:35
wevabekks, ActionParsnip, thank you!23:36
frostschutzthenerdjones, what does it look like in fdisk -l or parted -l?23:36
hazamonzokostkon: (whew) http://paste.ubuntu.com/13077437/23:38
hazamonzokostkon: No wireless so i had to sit next to the cat5 cable at the router :)23:38
kostkonhazamonzo, let's see23:38
thenerdjonesfrostschutz: nothing on the hard drive has boot ticked, just the usb drive does sda1 is linux 2 is extended and 5 is swap, sdb1 is fat but is bootable23:39
kostkonhazamonzo, does your laptop also have an intel graphics card?23:39
hazamonzokostkon: Well spotted23:39
hazamonzoits has both intel and Nvidi23:40
ubottuThe Bumblebee Project aims to support NVIDIA Optimus technology under Linux. The Bumblebee website can be found at http://bumblebee-project.org/23:40
kostkonnot helpful factoid23:40
hazamonzokostkon: Thats the swapping of cards software right?23:40
kostkonhazamonzo, yes23:40
frostschutzthenerdjones, actual output?23:41
hazamonzokostkon: Is there an issue with the nvidia card being selected on boot or something?23:41
kostkonhazamonzo, theres definitely something wrong with it since it says No monitor specified for screen "nvidia".23:42
hazamonzokostkon: Ha! That doesn't sound good at all!23:42
hazamonzokostkon: So install bumblebee is a good start?23:43
kostkonhazamonzo, looks like there's an extra step to be done yes https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Bumblebee#Setup_for_14.04_and_later23:43
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hazamonzokostkon: Okay. That gives me something to google at least! Much appreciated23:45
kostkonhazamonzo, np23:45
emitattuoHi everyone, what is the fastest way to copy all files (~30GB) from an SD card?  The fastest I'm getting is 1.7-2.8MB/s using mc, but would rsync or something else work better?  Once I'm done with the SD card, I have to backup 40GB from one computer to another.  I was using a link-local FTP server, but I can't get it to work now, for some reason.23:46
frostschutzemitattuo, mc, cp, rsync, etc. etc. should all be fine, unless the files are very tiny or horribly fragmented for some reason23:48
wevahello again, how can i restore an external drive partition from its dd image file23:49
daftykinsdd if=/path/to/image of=/dev/sdX bs=(appropriate for image type)23:50
daftykinsnote that (appropriate for image type) is "2M" or something similar that depends on your image format23:50
emitattuofrostschutz, thanks.  It's a combination of hundreds of python scripts as well as some larger files (140MB) and random files from a backed-up home directory.23:51
wevadaftykins, it is a file in "image.dd" format, would BS be a specific number, i.e. 4096?23:53
baiterhope you mean sftp not ftp23:53
frostschutzweva, bs=1M is fine, unless you have a good reason to use something else23:53
daftykinsweva: but an image of what23:54
frostschutzweva, cp works fine too, cp /path/to/image /dev/partition23:54
wevadaftykins, it is an image of a partition, the file type of which I assigned as "linux luks" via testdisk23:57
wevanow I'd like to create a partition again, to see if I get a proper luks one23:58
daftykinspartition, not disk eh... hmm.23:58
wevabecause it was a properly created partition, but it turned into "unknown" when plugged in at the next session23:58
wevaso I created an image of this problem partition. but i dont remember if it was the image or the real partition that I assigned the file type. maybe it doesn't matter?23:59
ajacmachey, does anyone here know how to get pygame installed on python 3.7 on lubuntu 15.10?23:59

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