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adv_how can i add gui to ubuntu server and see it from a remote pc?08:23
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coreycbbeisner, jamespage, 2015.1.2 in kilo-proposed is ready to be promoted to kilo-updates in the cloud archive14:04
jamespagecoreycb, all tested ok?14:04
coreycbjamespage, yep14:04
jamespagecoreycb, ok promotiing14:06
coreycbjamespage, thanks14:07
jamespagebad spelling as well14:07
jamespagecoreycb, ok pkgs accepted14:24
coreycbjamespage, great thx14:24
TrackerI have some issues suddenly with ip rule show it loops at first line. after updating and restarting the server yesterday evening.. running Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS, 2 servers running 15.10 wily are working ok after updates.. allready posted.. the problems is that the command ip rule show infite loops at first line 0:      from all lookup local... endless15:03
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Trackerand ip rule flush jams after pressing enter.. ip rules doesnt work correctly latest ubuntu LTS after updates last evening15:30
rbasakTracker: iproute2 hasn't been updated in 14.04 recently15:52
rbasakTracker: can you pin down which package caused a regression if any?15:53
rbasakTracker: /var/log/apt/history.log should be able to give you candidates.15:53
rbasakTracker: and you can test by downgrading.15:53
rbasakTracker: maybe kernel? You could try booting the previous kernel.15:54
Trackerrbasak, updates according to history.log Install: linux-image-3.16.0-52-generic:amd64 (3.16.0-52.71~14.04.1, automatic), linux-headers-3.16.0-52:amd64 (3.16.0-52.71~14.04.1, automatic), linux-headers-3.16.0-52-generic:amd64 (3.16.0-52.71~14.04.1, automatic), linux-image-extra-3.16.0-52-generic:amd64 (3.16.0-52.71~14.04.1, automatic) Upgrade: linux-image-generic-lts-utopic:amd64 (,, linux-generic-lts-utopic:amd64 (3.115:57
rbasakTracker: that gets cut off. Please use a pastebin.15:57
rbasakTracker: if your kernel got updated that sounds like a good candidate. Try booting the system with the old kernel and see if the problem reproduces. If it does not, then that's a kernel regression and so please report it.15:58
TrackerI changed the /etc/default/grub grub_default=from 0 to 1 and update-grub and reboot not working...16:00
Trackerrbasak, http://pastebin.com/NMYcncFY16:03
samba35i am not able to boot with my ubuntu server after just swapping the harddisk16:10
samba35no grub  even16:10
samba35how do i fix this ,this is kvm server with 2 guests16:11
Trackerrbasak, confirmed that is a bug in kernel 3.16.0-52-generic #71~14.04.1-Ubuntu16:18
Palm_premiumsamba35, that disk would not happen to contain the root partition?16:29
samba35yes it has root partition intact i was able to boot with ubuntu cd with rescue mode and able to see content but fail to understand what kind partition type it was oringally when it was booting fine16:31
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Palm_premiumsamba35, if your root parition is still present you might just be missing your grub/mbr. I would suggest running the live cd again and check with gparted if there is an active partition if not, try reinstalling grub2 to the mbr of your harddisk.16:35
samba35do i require live cd for ? is it possible to repair with resuce disk ? /installtion disk16:36
Palm_premiumsamba35, rescue disk is also possible, when you get to a terminal run fdisk on your disks an print the partition table, this should list a partition marked as active.16:39
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samba35ok thanks16:39
samba35what i should run if i see partition ,grub-install or grub-update ? or up2date-grub  ?16:41
Palm_premiumsamba35, Since you don't get a Grub console I expect that atleast your mbr is missing, you can recreate it with grub-install.16:43
samba35ok thanks16:43
samba35ie grub-install /dev/sda2 or x ?16:43
samba35or /sda only16:44
samba35if boot partition is on /dev/sda216:44
Palm_premiumsamba35, /dev/sda, the mbr is the first record on disk.16:45
Palm_premiumsamba35, I will be leaving in a few minutes. After the grub-install you should get a grub console once more, it might even boot in Ubuntu, however should you get a promp about a disk or operating system not found you should run a grub-update.16:58
samba35brb ,will change hardisk and get back16:58
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Palm_premiumsamba35, I am leaving for home, good luck.17:15
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decwrlDoes anyone know which package in Ubuntu 14.04 installs the Perl Net::Interface module?21:16
tarpmandecwrl: there's libnet-interface-perl, but it's new in wily21:18
decwrlAh.  It may be what I want.  Too bad it's in a later release.21:19
tarpmanthere's a backportpackage script in the ubuntu-dev-tools package, or you can file a backport request on launchpad21:20
tarpman(if you do the latter, you'll want to build and test the backport locally first anyway)21:20
decwrlOk.  I'll take a look at that.  I'm surprised Net::Interface isn't already included.  It's a fairly useful module.21:21
tarpmannot all of cpan is packaged. AIUI, new modules are packaged mainly if some application being packaged depends on them21:23
decwrlOk.  Thanks.  I'll check out the backport plan.  I ran an apt-file search and didn't find anything of use, so backporting seems to be the way to go.21:26
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sturmflutDoes anybody on this channel happen to visit the Supercomputing conference in Austin, Texas next week? If so ping me in private, maybe we can hang out :)21:30
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PryMar56sturmflut, will the last Computer Programmer, Scientist to leave please bring the flag.. they are luddites in Tx21:55

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