ianorlinthere is also iotop which will show current input and ouput not just for io but for any disk01:59
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Guest58074Hey guys. I have an old 2006 white MacBook. What version should I install? 32 bit PC version?11:57
bioterrordo you have how much RAM?11:58
Guest58074I think 4gb at the most. Prob  211:59
Guest58074But for Mac I only see 64 bit and power pc. I don't have either.12:00
bioterrorif you have less than 4GB, go with the 32bit, as the 64bit environment uses RAM more than 32bit12:00
Guest58074So I download the pc install though?12:00
bioterroryes, You have intel based machine12:01
Guest58074Cool, making sure. Thanks!12:01
bioterrorthat page is probably outdated :D12:02
Guest58074That's really helpful! Thanks for the link. I missed it somehow.12:05
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suncokrethello, i use lubuntu 14.04... is there any important advantage in 15.10, or it is better to stay on 14.04??17:14
wangerinHi! Where do I find LTS-version of lubuntu? The files at http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.3/release/lubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-i386.iso gives me a 12.04 version - that's a little to old ;-)18:00
bioterrorthat's the latest LTS18:02
wangerinYes, but it should giv me a 14.04 image. Not a 12.04 image18:06
bioterroryou installed it and it showed up as a 12.04?18:09
wangerinYes. We installed 5 mashines today at our install-party, ending with 5 12.04 mashines that needed to be release-upgraded afwards :-( Not a good thing foor new users.18:12
krytarik!md5sum | wangerin18:12
ubottuwangerin: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows18:12
wangerinBoth th 14.04 and 14.04.3 images have this problem18:12
Scaniatruckerwangerin: here correct link. http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.3/release/18:13
bioterrorScaniatrucker, leads to same image18:13
wangerinb0d1c58c8515ab40382d01f59655ba85  lubuntu-14.04-desktop-i386.iso18:15
Scaniatruckerbioterror: I check this link. After downloading with firefox, file is 14.04.3 (sorry for my bad English)18:15
wangerinTry to start the image. The file-name startes 14.04 but the result is a 12.04 installation. The md5 matches the hash in MD5SUMS in the server18:17
wangerinI don't have a 64bit mashine, so I can't test them to se if they also have the problem18:19
krytarikwangerin: I have a 'lubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-i386.iso' here, whose MD5 checksum matches the one listed in  http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/lubuntu/releases/14.04.3/release/MD5SUMS  that is definitely 14.04.318:35
wangerinYes the md5sum matches, but try starting as live. It states "install 12.04" and ls_release -a also says 12.04.18:39
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wangerinkrytarik: Have you tested it that t's actually the correct content? I don't think that it is19:07
Unit193He's gone, mate.19:08
Unit193Are you sure you're selecting the correct ISO?19:09
Unit193Manifest looks fine, let me download and check.19:10
wangerinI just started it a live. I states 12.04, and after a apt-get update I can do-release-upgrade to 14.04, so something is uterly wrong in the image19:12
krytarikwangerin: Just bootet into it and made a screenshot for you: http://en.zimagez.com/zimage/2015-11-14-1854041280x1024scrot.php , anything else needed for proof while I'm here? :D19:13
Unit193I don't see the problem with 1152f2b9eb1342e8c47421e58a6fda6a19:14
krytarikYep, that's the one I'm using.19:15
Unit193I didn't boot from it, but checking isolinux/grub/initrd/squashfs all indicates 14.04.19:15
krytarikYeah, did that before too.19:15
wangerinwhy the f*** do I get a 12.04 when creating a usb-stick from that image?  can it be usb-creator-gtk the is make the problem?19:15
Unit193Try dd?19:16
wangerinBut I'm making the stick on a 14.04 ( ugraded from 12.04 and 10.04 before that )19:16
bioterroryeah, if you're using *nix, no reason to use anything else than dd19:16
wangerinUnit193: For creating a bootable usb-stick? How?19:31
Unit193dd if=lubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdb (presuming sdb is your device!), unless bioterror would like to correct me.19:31
bioterrorUnit193, some people likes to add bs=4M, I've heard it writes faster19:40
Unit193Ah, I've seen people use it, but easier to remember this way. :P19:41
wangerinI just trid it, but my laptop won't start on that stick.19:42
wangerinHmm. Found the problem. usb-creator took the wrong image when passing it on the command-line, so 'sudo usb-creator-gtk --iso=lubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-i386.iso --not_persistent' did not install that image on the stick. Selecting the image manually solved the problem, but is a pain in the ass as I have to flash many sticks. Sorry for the trouble guys :-)20:00
ClandestineHey guys. Has anyone here successfully installed Lubuntu on an old MacBook 1.1? I don't want to dual boot. I want to wipe OS-X and have Linux alone on the Mac.22:58

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