Coop34Jordan_U: terminal says /dev/sdal doesnt exist00:02
Jordan_UCoop34: I highly recommend copying and pasting commands so that you don't accidentally make typos.00:02
Coop34Jordan_U: thats what i did00:03
Jordan_UCoop34: Then please also copy and paste the exact error message.00:04
Shai-Tanhas anybody installed php7 successfully?00:05
Coop34Jordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087617/00:05
Jordan_UCoop34: What those commands are doing is 1: Making a mountpoint that we later use for mounting your /boot/ partition somewhere else. 2: Unmounting /boot/, as we don't want /boot/ to be a mountpoint any longer, we just want it to be a normal directory within your root fileystem. 3: Mounting your /boot/ partition to the temp mountpoint so that we can copy files from it to your /boot/ directory. 4: Actually00:06
Jordan_Udoing the copying (so that your /boot/ directory will actually have your kernel images, rather than just being empty. 5: Re-installs grub, this time grub-install will make an installation that looks on your root fs for /boot/grub/ rather than using your separate /boot/ partition 6: Updates /boot/grub/grub.cfg to also look in your root fs for /boot/.00:06
mediachickenis it possible to check what keyboard drivers are currently connected/being used? I connected one of the new apple magic keyboards and it's not using the hid_apple drivers00:06
Jordan_UCoop34: I never used /dev/sdal in my comment, so you clearly didn't copy and paste the commands from my comment. Please try again using copy and paste.00:07
mediachickenthe keyboard is working fine, but the fn keys aren't working and changing the fnmode on the hid_driver only modifies the built in macbook keyboard00:07
Coop34 sudo mkdir /tmp/temporary_boot_mountpoint && sudo umount /boot/ && sudo mount /dev/sda1 /tmp/temporary_boot_mountpoint && sudo cp -a /tmp/temporary_boot_mountpoint/* /boot/ && sudo grub-install /dev/sda && sudo update-grub00:08
Coop34Jordan_U: i just copied and pasted your exact comment00:10
Jordan_UCoop34: Ok. And did you try running it in a terminal yet?00:10
Coop34Jordan_U: yes and it says mkdir: cannot create directory ‘/tmp/temporary_boot_mountpoint’: File exists00:12
zviveis it possible to install a package to my main ubuntu from a live disk... my livedisk is 14.04 lubuntu, I want to install wicd-kde to kde-plasma desktop on ubuntu 15.10...00:13
zvivefor some reason kde's network manager won't work w/ android tethered - it doesn't see the USB connection when I try to connect it, and our internet is having an outage.00:14
Jordan_UCoop34: Great. That is just the result of running the mkdir command multiple times. So now you should just run the commands that haven't already been run. Since you mentioned an error at the mount command before, that's probably where you should start:00:15
Jordan_UCoop34: Please pastebin the output of "mount".00:15
cruisibesaresanyone have any words of wisdom for that upstart issue00:16
SolarluxIs it possible to ijnstall team viewer on ubuntu?00:17
thepengwinSolarlux: yes, teamviewer has an ubuntu installer00:17
Bashing-omzvive: Doubtful, but one can look. comapare ' apt-cache dependeds wicd-kde ; apt-cache rdepends wicd-kde ' on 14.04 and that of 15.10 .00:17
SolarluxI dont know how to install sh s ?00:17
Jordan_UCoop34: I am asking for the output of "mount" to confirm that /boot/ has already been unmounted before we continue with the rest of the commands.00:18
OerHekszvive, i wonder if lubuntu packages contain wicd-kde... it is kubuntu specific. and i would not mix versions, wicd-kde is available for 15.1000:18
Coop34Jordan_U: ok it ran sorry about earlier i must have bumped somehting00:18
zviveyeah I'm wanting to just maybe get the deb files then install those offline by logging back into my kubuntu desktop.. but need to get them while I have internet00:18
Bashing-om!aptoncd | zvi Maybe consider:00:20
ubottuzvi Maybe consider:: APTonCD is a tool with a graphical interface which allows you to create one or more CDs or DVDs with all of the packages you've downloaded via apt-get or aptitude, creating a removable repository that you can use on other computers - See also !offline00:20
Jordan_UCoop34: The mistake you made was misreading the number '1' as the letter 'l' (lowercase 'L') and thus mistyping the command. That isn't a mistake that would happen if you copied and pasted.00:20
LunastyxOk guys. I've installed ubuntu on a USB key (as if it was an external hard drive) from a live USB. I've installed GRUB on that USB key too. However, it messed up my main harddrive. So much that I can't even boot an liveusb now. I always end up on a grub shell. What can I do?00:20
mgolischyou probably installed grub on your hardisk00:21
Jordan_UCoop34: And if you can't or don't want to copy and paste for some reason, that's not so much a problem but claiming that you did one thing when you in fact did another makes it hard to give you reliable support.00:21
Lunastyxmgolisch, I already had one there00:21
Coop34Jordan_U: got it, my bad i was copying a line at a time and messed up00:21
Lunastyxand it's obviously not working anymore00:21
Jordan_UCoop34: Got it, so you missed a sinbgle character and just typed it instead of re copying the whole thing. That's a pretty reasonable mistake to make, and you were in fact copying and pasting for the most part.00:23
thepengwinLunastyx: can you get to a livecd boot? if so you should be able to just reinstall grub along these lines - http://howtoubuntu.org/how-to-repair-restore-reinstall-grub-2-with-a-ubuntu-live-cd00:23
Lunastyxthepengwin, no CDROM reader on my laptop00:24
Coop34Jordan_U: Yeah that was my bad, i should have said00:24
thepengwinlivecd/usb, whatever you can boot to.00:24
Jordan_UCoop34: Did all of the commands finish successfully? If so, have you edited your /etc/fstab to comment out the line for /boot/?00:25
Lunastyxthepengwin, I CAN'T, that's the issue.00:25
Lunastyx" So much that I can't even boot an liveusb now."00:26
axscodehi guys, i have a quick Q on W: Failed to fetch http://au.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/trusty-backports/multiverse/binary-i386/Packages  403  Forbidden00:26
Coop34Jordan_U: yep but...http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087748/00:26
Jordan_ULunastyx: Can you be at the grub shell and on IRC at the same time?00:26
axscodeanyone happen to know how to fix this...00:26
Bashing-omzvive: How about dounloading the .deb : http://packages.ubuntu.com/wily/wicd-kde ?00:26
LunastyxJordan_U, unfortunately no, but I can do trips00:26
tomreynJordan_U: /root is a dm mapped device on Coop34's. have you checked he's not using FDE, where /boot must reside outside of if to boot it (unless a somewhat complex non-standard configuration is applied)00:27
LunastyxJordan_U, I've tried : linux(hd0,msdos1)/casper/vmlinuz then initrd(hd0,msdos1)/casper/initrd.lz then boot : it almost looked like it worked then I end up on a n initframs shell00:27
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tomreynCoop34: sorry for not responding earlier, i was called off00:28
Jordan_UCoop34: That was an English sentence, it wasn't inteded to be entered into the terminal directly. To edit your /etc/fstab run "gksudo gedit /etc/fstab" or if you're comfortable with using the terminal based nano text editor then run "sudo nano /etc/fstab" instead.00:29
Jordan_Utomreyn: "FDE"?00:30
tomreynfull disk encryption00:30
tomreyni.e. dmsetup + LUKS00:30
Coop34tomreyn: no problem Jordan_U has been helping00:31
tomreyndmcrypt + LUKs even00:31
Jordan_Utomreyn: Indeed that would be a problem, and no I didn't check that.00:31
Jordan_UCoop34: Are you using LUKS encryption or only LVM?00:31
tomreynCoop34: so you use full disk encryption, do you need to enter a password or passphrase while ubuntu is booting up and before you get to the login screen?00:31
skjI'm stupid and need help, whenever I try to install through uefi I get to the grub menu but on boot of the live disk/install it hangs and freezes up, and it's the dell xps 15 955000:32
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skjgoing through legacy boot doesnt do anything either00:32
tomreynJordan_U: also md RAID might be an issue for booting depending on the metadata format version used00:32
Jordan_Utomreyn: Grub2 has supported all mdraid metadata formats for a while now.00:33
Coop34Jordan_U: Only LVM00:33
tomreynJordan_U: oh wanst aware of this, that's good to know00:33
Jordan_UCoop34: Great.00:33
Coop34tomreyn: i enter at the login screen00:34
Jordan_UCoop34: Do you know what I mean when I ask you to "comment out the line relating to /boot/ in your /etc/fstab"?00:34
tomreynokay, go on then00:34
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Coop34Jordan_U: no i dont sorry im pretty new to linux troubleshooting00:39
kevin___-___i have an SSD and an HDD, will my comp' be faster if i put my /home on the SSD, or it will be the same as /home on HDD?00:40
skjcan anyone help?00:41
k1l_kevin___-___: i would put / and /home on ssd. and use the hdd for data like musik, photos, isos,....00:41
kevin___-___k1l_: i thought about it.00:41
Jordan_UCoop34: That's OK. I'll walk you through it. First, lets get the exact contents of your /etc/fstab. Please run "pastebinit /etc/fstab". That command will create a pastebin with the contents of your /etc/fstab then spit out a link for you to post here for us to look at it.00:41
Sachiruk1l_, may I ask why putting /home on ssd would make the PC faster? Since /home usually does not contain binaries.00:42
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k1l_Sachiru: read/write speed is way faster on the ssd. and that is what you do with stuff in /home. program confics and data.00:44
SachiruYes, but program configs are what, less than half an MB at most.00:45
Coop34Jordan_U: you still here?00:45
SachiruAnd if you're reading/writing multimedia data on /home (for general use, like playing back movies/seeking to certain times on movies and such), there's minimal difference between 100 IOPS and 1000 IOPS.00:46
Jordan_USachiru: It doesn't matter much how large they are if it takes spinning up the drive and seeking to read them. Especially if there are a lot of such files.00:46
Jordan_UCoop34: Yes.00:46
thepengwini tend to leave /home on an ssd, it makes it easier to access a faster part of userspace00:47
SachiruI would argue that /var, /bin, /boot and /sbin on SSD make sense, but putting "Grandma's Oatmeal Cookie Recipies.odt" on SSD to make loading it faster? Not really perceptible.00:47
k1l_Sachiru: yeah, they are not big, but the speed is the issue. if it takes 5 times longer to access a 2kb file to while starting $program, that is what you really feel using the desktop00:47
enycbug in ubuntu website -> 14.10 directory entry incorrectly labelled, in  http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/00:48
k1l_best would be to put everything on ssd :)00:48
kevin___-___if i put /home on my SSD, all of my personnal datas will be on my HDD. Like Documents/Pictures/Music/Videos00:48
Coop34Jordan_U: i did the pastebinit command you sent00:48
thepengwinit would be nice to magically symlink specific folders in your /home to HDD and then default the rest to ssd00:49
thepengwinin fact, i might do that for my server...00:50
WinterGuardianHi, where can I find the content of my usb stick if I have no dev/sda ?00:50
Jordan_UCoop34: Ok. It should have output a URL. Please post that URL to the channel.00:50
Coop34Jordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087843/00:50
thepengwinWinterGuardian: i normally look at the /dev/disk/by-uuid folder00:51
SachiruAlthough I agree that the best thing to do is everything on SSD, in cases where space is scarce, one can forego /home on SSD since the impact of that is minimal compared to, say, /bin, /var or /boot on SSD00:51
k1l_Sachiru: imho you do underestimate the impact of the access times for those files and configs you use on daily basis00:53
thepengwini feel like its a bit of a waste to give an ssd to / and not use even a little of it for your /home :P00:54
WinterGuardianit was just media00:55
kevin___-___i should put Docs Pics and Music on my SSD and my Videos on HDD00:55
Sachiruk1l_, I use ZFS. Files are loaded once and cached in ARC. Never need to hit disk again for them, as long as I have enough RAM.00:57
SachiruOnly thing that matters is streaming reads of any data larger than 128kb.00:57
SachiruWhich a HDD can easily do.00:57
k1l_kevin___-___: for a full desktop ubuntu needs ~10GB for /. the rest is userdata in /home. i would put as much "heavy stuff you dont need often anyway" like videos, music etc on the hdd then.00:57
skjyou know what I'm just gonna install fedora instead00:58
skjat least that one worked00:58
kevin___-___k1l_: well, i think i will do that.00:59
Jordan_UCoop34: Great, please run the following, which will comment out the /boot/ line:01:00
Jordan_UCoop34: sudo sed -i 's/UUID=a78e3d3b/#UUID=a78e3d3b/' /etc/fstab01:00
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Jordan_UCoop34: Once that command has been run you should be done, but before you reboot I'd like you to run a script called "boot info script" which will help us get information about your configuration so that we can be sure that everything looks correct now.01:03
Coop34Jordan_U: ok is that the command or english01:04
Solarluxhello all where can i see all my network adapters in Ubuntu?01:04
Jordan_UCoop34: That is english.01:04
k1l_Solarlux: "lshw"01:05
Coop34Jordan_U: send it when you're ready01:05
tannerstirrat'evening. is anyone on?01:06
tannerstirratspecifically, someone who can help me understand networking?01:06
Jordan_UCoop34: sudo apt install boot-info-script && sudo bootinfoscript && pastebinit RESULTS.txt01:06
Jordan_Utannerstirrat: Just ask your actual question and if anyone can help they will.01:07
tannerstirratkk, thank you01:07
erick_itgeektannerstirrat what part of networking?01:07
SolarluxWhere can i switch off one newtork adapter and switch on another?01:07
erick_itgeekthank you jordan_u01:07
Coop34Jordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087934/01:07
erick_itgeeksolarlux terminal is the best place01:08
tannerstirrati'm running a local development server, which ideally i'd like to have visible on my vm's outward-facing IP address. when I nmap localhost, I can see the port and it's listening, but when I nmap the external-facing IP, the port isn't there.01:08
tannerstirratwhat would be causing this?01:08
tannerstirratit's not firewall, as far as i know, because I've got rules explicitly set up to allow connections on the port in question01:09
erick_itgeektannerstirrat it could be bug related, someone else asked about this a few days ago in regards to ubuntu and the VM, they were able to ping from within the VM but it could not connect with anything else like the host for example01:12
Jordan_UCoop34: That didn't work terribly well due to bugs in that version of boot info script. Let's try a newer version. Please run "cd /tmp/ && wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/arvidjaar/bootinfoscript/master/bootinfoscript && chmod +x bootinfoscript && sudo ./bootinfoscript && pastebinit RESULTS.txt" .01:13
tannerstirrathmm... it's not that i'm unable to access the host01:14
tannerstirrati've still got ssh access, for example01:15
Coop34Jordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087954/01:15
erick_itgeektannerstirrat somewhere along the line of connection there is an error causing the port to close or switch on or off01:16
tannerstirratit's almost like there's some disconnect between my ens192 interface and my localhost interface01:16
tannerstirrathuh... but i've also been able to get a webpack server listening on the external IP by explicitly designating the external IP01:16
tannerstirratwould that still be related?01:16
Jordan_UCoop34: It looks like you didn't run the sed command I gave you earlier, is that correct?01:17
erick_itgeekwhat i mean is, if your VM is using the port at the same time your host is, that can cause the port to switch between each other, they connect to each other yes, but they cant connect separately at the same time.01:18
web2003GCC isn't linking against fs/ext4.h.  Not developing a module, just a normal program that tries to access the filesystem.01:18
tannerstirratoh! sorry. this is a company VM, so this isn't a conflict with my personal computer. the VM is on the company network, and set up with a static IP01:18
Coop34Jordan_U: it looks like i missed that one01:18
Jordan_UCoop34: sudo sed -i 's/UUID=a78e3d3b/#UUID=a78e3d3b/' /etc/fstab01:19
erick_itgeektannerstirrat oh ok that is starting to make more sense, the old xy conflict01:19
tannerstirratxy conflict?01:20
Coop34Jordan_U: i tried again http://paste.ubuntu.com/15087976/01:20
erick_itgeek!xy | tannerstirrat01:20
ubottutannerstirrat: The XY problem is when you need to do X, and you think you can use Y to do X, so you ask about how to do Y, when what you really should do is state what your X problem is. There may be a Z solution that is even better than Y, but nobody can suggest it if X is never mentioned.01:20
tannerstirrathaha i like that01:20
SchrodingersScaterick_itgeek: thanks for that one01:20
tannerstirratit's mostly a question of still being ignorant enough about networking to not know what's relevant01:20
Jordan_Uweb2003: "Accessing an ext4 filesystem" without mounting it with the linux kernel involves *much* more than "linking against fs/ext4.h". What is your end goal? Why not just mount the fileysystem and access the files that way (which doesn't require linking to any special libraries)?01:21
Jordan_UCoop34: To get the new output you need to "pastebinit RESULTS1.txt".01:22
erick_itgeekits ok, i fall into this same problem, i cannot see what you see and therefore it is harder to know what is happening. so getting back to it. The VM is running on ubuntu correct?01:23
Coop34Jordan_U: will just that line do or do i need all of it?01:24
web2003Trying to maintain inode integrity, don't know if any program currently handles that.01:24
Jordan_UCoop34: Just that line.01:25
tannerstirrati've got ubuntu server 15.10 running01:25
Jordan_Uweb2003: What do you mean by "maintain inode integrity"?01:25
erick_itgeektannerstirrat what is the output of nmap to the external IP? is it blank or is there an error etc01:25
tannerstirratno, there's ports on both. hold up...01:26
web2003The filesystem specification allows for links to links of inodes.  A malicious process might potentially alter a small file's last inodes to set up a hidden filesystem.01:26
Coop34Jordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15088013/01:27
tannerstirratgoddamn, it might have been firewall rules01:27
tannerstirrathold up01:27
Jordan_UCoop34: That looks great. You should be ready to reboot, and everything *should* go fine, but you should have a LiveCD/USB on hand in case it doesn't.01:28
web2003Can a process alter the triple-indirect inode of a small file but maintain the "size"?01:28
erick_itgeekreviewing the link, also language is not appropriate just fyi, dont want you to get banned etc01:28
web2003triple-indirect link in the file's inode*01:28
tannerstirratah, kk. thank you for the heads-up01:28
Jordan_Uweb2003: Only processes running as root can modify the block device directly.01:29
Coop34Jordan_U: thank you so much for the help, this was really getting on my nerves01:29
Jordan_UCoop34: You're welcome.01:29
Coop34Jordan_U: one more question is there anyway to get firefox to run the latest flash player?01:29
tannerstirratearlier, 443 wasn't showing externally. I made a ufw rule for https just for fun, and it seems to have resolved that issue. now I'm getting a 400, but that's probably an issue with the server i'm running01:29
web2003Jordan_U: I would imagine that anyone who would go to the trouble to make something like this could easily get root01:29
tannerstirrati'll keep poking at it01:30
tannerstirratthank you, erick_itgeek01:30
Jordan_Uweb2003: So are you trying to exploit a percieved vulnerability or prevent it?01:31
web2003Prevent it.01:31
Jordan_Uweb2003: How exactly do you plan to prevent root from doing whatever they want?01:31
web2003Not clear on what you mean.01:32
squintyCoop34,  might want to look into installing pepperflash and freshplayer for flash in firefox01:33
Jordan_Uweb2003: What would your program do to prevent this vulnerability from being exploited?01:33
erick_itgeektannerstirrat nmap by default wont scan all ports, if you want to see if the ports are open or close you can run a command to check, in the terminal run the following without quotes " nmap -sT -Su -p "01:34
web2003Iterate over every inode, flattening indirect links and checking the integrity of the inode's listed size01:34
Jordan_Uweb2003: Matthew Gerret's "secure level" patches would prevent this because (when securelevel is 1 or greater) it prevents writing to mounted block devices by userland processes.01:35
Jordan_Uweb2003: Does fsck not do this already?01:35
Coop34Squinty: ive done pepperflash and freshplayer im guessing its just not gonna happen01:36
erick_itgeektannerstirrat you can remove the -sU if you dont want to scan UDP ports, it will take a while but you will see all ports01:36
web2003Free blocks are stored in the cylinder group block maps. fsck checks that all the blocks marked as free are not claimed by any files. When all the blocks have been accounted for, fsck checks to see if the number of free blocks plus the number of blocks claimed by the inodes equal the total number of blocks in the file system. If anything is wrong with the block allocation maps, fsck rebuilds them, leaving out blocks already allocated.01:39
tannerstirraterick_itgeek: this is weird. I just verified that i can telnet to the port that I just opened up (https 443), but I can't telnet to port 3000, which is theoretically open according to my iptables -L output01:40
web2003Each inode contains a count of the number of data blocks that it references. The number of actual data blocks is the sum of the allocated data blocks and the indirect blocks. fsck computes the number of data blocks and compares that block count against the number of blocks the inode claims. If an inode contains an incorrect count, fsck prompts you to fix it.01:41
web2003I guess it does.01:41
erick_itgeektannerstirrat check if it is blocked, nmap -v -p 3000
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erick_itgeektannerstirrat of instead of you can use the VM IP instead, nmap wont show it, nmap shows only the popular ports, are you having problems connecting?01:48
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WinterGuardianWhy are fonts in ubuntu so much ... raw ? No antialiasing ?01:52
ShutemDownfonts should look the same01:53
ShutemDownas on windows or mac01:53
WinterGuardianNot really for me01:54
thepengwinits dependant on the desktop environment and antialiasing settings aswell01:54
WinterGuardianI will look for this01:54
WinterGuardianIt depends of the program01:54
thepengwinif on unity/gnome you can change the settings using gnome-tweak-tool unity-tweak-tool or ubunt-tweak01:54
WinterGuardianI'm using kde01:54
WinterGuardianWeb pages are okay, hexchat is okay, intelliJ is really bad, web tabs are really bad, windows header bad too01:55
ShutemDownI'm guessing it's the theme you are using.01:55
ShutemDownpretty sure actually01:55
thepengwinoh, java based apps01:56
ShutemDownhe said window headers too01:56
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WinterGuardianIt's mostly windows headrs01:57
thepengwinyeah, just  java based applications dont configure fonts properly, im not sure how to fix it but it has something to do with the java widget library it uses01:57
WinterGuardianheaders *01:57
thepengwinas for window headers, there should be settings to make them look better in kde's control panel01:57
WinterGuardianOh yes thanks a lot01:59
WinterGuardianAntialiasing was disabled01:59
thepengwinhow odd01:59
somsip!find openssl02:03
ubottuFound: libcrypt-openssl-bignum-perl, libcrypt-openssl-random-perl, libcrypt-openssl-rsa-perl, libcurl4-openssl-dev, libevent-openssl-2.0-5, libgnutls-dev, libgnutls-openssl27, libxmlsec1-openssl, openssl, python-openssl (and 35 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=openssl&searchon=names&suite=wily&section=all02:03
AfteraffektHey all. I'm trying to see if Ubuntu can save a drive that died while formating. Fdisk -l and gparted neither see the drive what more can I do?02:07
ubuntu_hello, i have 14.04 installed on my lenovo yoga 13 laptop and everything was working perfectly!  all of a sudden it won't boot.  can anyone help?  I am logged in using a usb stick, same computer.02:07
naxosomebody can explain me how to do a chat server here with LAN?02:10
ubuntu_can anyone help with an installation that suddenly will not boot?02:15
Jordan_Uubuntu_: What happens when you try to boot?02:17
ubuntu_Jordan_U, thank you.  i get the screen with the dots, then it goes to a black screen02:18
ubuntu_Jordan_U, this was a perfectly fine install until suddenly not booting.  i am on the same computer, using ubuntu on a stick, so i can access the HD02:18
Jordan_Uubuntu_: Are you using any proprietary graphics drivers? Can you pastebin your /var/log/Xorg.0.log from your installed system?02:22
ubuntu_Jordan_U, no i am not using any such things.  yes i will pastebin.  only two conditions that i can think of changed before this reboot problem.  1. I installed skype.  2. i let the battery drain completely by accident.  hang on for pastebin02:23
ubuntu_Jordan_U, still working on paste02:29
ubuntu-matehey hey peeps, anyone know how i can make a persistent usb of the alpha 2 iso? i think i just add persisent --- at the end when i boot and then i make a new user on the live cd and it should auto create a casper-rw or do i need to make that before i guess02:30
somsip!persistent | ubuntu-mate (and see !16.04)02:31
ubottuubuntu-mate (and see !16.04): For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent02:31
ubuntu_Jordan_U, http://pastebin.com/BPJ0wWnG02:32
swenginHi I mounted a disk using this udo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt && sudo mount --bind /dev /mnt/dev && sudo mount --bind /proc /mnt/proc && sudo mount --bind /sys /mnt/sys  && sudo mount --bind /dev/pts /mnt/dev/pts && sudo cp /etc/resolv.conf /mnt/etc/resolv.conf02:33
swenginso I can chroot it02:34
swenginbut now I want to unmount the disk02:34
swenginno matter what I try the device is always busy02:34
swenginI tried fuser -k and umount -f02:34
swenginfuser -k /mnt and umount -f /mnt02:35
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ubuntu_Jordan_U, any ideas?02:42
Bashing-omswengin: Don't know, but the way you set up networking is depreciated .. ...Taking a poke at it -  what results ' sudo umount /mnt/run ' ?02:42
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Jordan_Uubuntu_: Please pastebin your installation's /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-synaptics.conf .02:44
ubuntu_Jordan_U, http://pastebin.com/96A1d0Jp02:46
Jordan_Uubuntu_: Have you modified this file at all?02:48
ubuntu_Jordan_U, yes, i added the lines:  Option "FingerLow" "40"02:49
ubuntu_        Option "FingerHigh"40"02:49
ubuntu_ toward the beginning02:49
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Jordan_Uubuntu_: I don't know how those lines should look but your Xorg.0.log is complaining about them. Try reverting them back to their original state and see if X starts then.02:53
ubuntu_Jordan_U, ok.  i will work on that and come back.  thanks for having a peek.  fingers crossed.02:54
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alexandruplease help how to set  a bluetooth handset on may xubuntu 14.403:01
alexandruplease help how to set  a bluetooth handset on may xubuntu 14.0403:01
alexandruplease help how to set  a bluetooth handset on may xubuntu 14.4 , on chat please03:04
krycek!patience | alexandru03:05
ubottualexandru: 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/03:05
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absk007how do i clear Ubuntu cache. I only have 12 MB out of 16 GB left in my ubuntu partition and I don't have any useless software. And I've already cleared apt cache.03:11
absk007What else do I need to clean?03:11
squintyabsk007,  install bleachbit   use with caution03:15
absk007squinty, install bleachbit in 12 MB space left? :/ OK. I'll find a way. Thanks03:15
Bashing-omabsk007: Old kernels ? ' dpkg -l | grep linux- ' .. only need 2 kernels .03:17
squinty3,751 kB of additional disk space will be used. after installing bleachbit03:18
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absk007squinty, using bleachbit, it shows ' Delete 4.1kB /usr/share/help/my/ubuntu-help/*.page '03:24
absk007squinty, ain't they required?03:25
absk007squinty, why does it show all kinds of help files for deletion?03:26
squintyabsk007, no idea   never noticed or used those files before to be honest03:27
absk007squinty, well, i ran bleachbit using sudo :P03:27
absk007squinty, prolly, i should run normally03:28
squintyabsk007,  you can run both   system files (logs etc) need admin03:28
absk007squinty, though cleaning up all those help files would free atleast 300mb03:28
squintyabsk007,  when running in normal user mode you probably will see a bunch of files that it doesn't have permissions to delete therefore root bleachbit is required03:29
absk007squinty, ah! ok. So i headed in right direction :)03:30
absk007WhitePelican, #Chrome03:30
WhitePelicancan't use chrome03:30
absk007WhitePelican, #chromium :P03:31
absk007squinty, hey! wrong direction03:32
squintyabsk007, ??03:33
absk007squinty, when i ran it in normal mode, it shows different options03:33
absk007squinty, now it shows my browsers too03:33
squintyyep  and there caches are usually full to the brim of un-needed crap03:34
squintyjust ran mine after a couple of weeks of use and got nearly 2 gig back :P03:34
absk007squinty, well, i <3 love my browser cache. I use devdocs :)03:34
Bray90820Any mac people in here?03:34
squintyBray90820,  better to just state your problem rather than "any....."03:35
absk007Mac = $$$, Ubuntu = Free! ($$$ != Free) :P03:35
* squinty is off to watch some telly with "she who must be obeyed"03:36
Bray90820Well I have ubuntu installed on a Macbook pro the one with the super drive and everything works ok but there is a red light on on the headphone port03:36
luckyuserwho's using Lubuntu03:38
xangua! Ask | luckyuser03:40
ubottuluckyuser: 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 !patience03:40
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/03:50
hfpHi, how can I scp a file from a host to another when I need to be root to access said file but can't ssh in as root? The two machines can't scp directly to one another because they dont have each other's keys and ssh with password is disabled.03:50
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somsiphfp: long way - copy it locally, change perms, scp it, change perms back03:54
jonny5000Jordan_U, THANK YOU!!03:55
Jordan_Uhfp: That is not a problem that can be solved with scp alone.03:55
jonny5000Jordan_U, this is the guy who messed up his X synaptics.conf.  fixed it and we are back in business03:56
Jordan_Ujonny5000: You're welcome, glad you're able to start X normally again :)03:56
jonny5000Jordan_U, how did you know it was me thanking you before i identified myself?03:56
Jordan_Ujonny5000: Your ip address :)03:56
AlienDaveI am unable to get my sound working on an Alienware M7700 (Clevo D900T); it shows an Intel HDA unclaimed in lshw. What should I do next?03:57
AlienDaveI've tried re-installing (aptitude purge install) to no avail.03:57
AlienDavere-onstalling alsa*03:57
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boot1good day may i ask a help here04:07
boot1about gnu grub 2.02 boot menu04:08
jonny5000Jordan_U, thanks again.  peace.04:08
Bashing-omboot1: We have not had good luck mending broken hearts, but you can ask about ubuntu .04:09
boot1how to disable the pause so that it will boot immediately to the default item without pause04:09
boot1i'm using ubunt 14.04 gnu grub 2.0204:09
Bashing-om!grub | boot104:10
ubottuboot1: GRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub204:10
absk007squinty, 800 MB freed :D Thanks - 884M free space available now04:10
BehiHi all, if Chrome freezes your system entirely from time to time, could you please do me a favor and upvote this bug report: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=58692604:11
boot1sir Bashing-om may i ask your help04:12
BehiI have spent a week or so on this bug report. I have also reported it to freedesktop.org: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9410904:12
ubottuFreedesktop bug 94109 in intel "Sometimes, when taking Chrome out of full-screen mode, the whole system freezes and needs a cold reboot" [Critical,Assigned]04:12
boot1i tried edit the /etc/default/grub GRUB_TIMEOUT=0 but still it pause04:12
Bashing-omboot1: Sire . but the instructions to change the boot time delay is in the guide .04:13
absk007Behi, chromium does freezes sometimes for me but doesn't freeze my whole system04:14
Behiabsk007 if you could vote for this bug report on Google's bug tracker it will be highly appreciated04:15
BehiGoogle usually tends to ignore bug reports unless lots of people upvote (star) them04:15
absk007Behi, i thought Google doesn't listen at all. Moreover, isn't Chromium community driven?04:16
Bashing-omboot1: edit as " #GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 ; GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=false ; GRUB_TIMEOUT=1 " . See if tht works for you . not recommended to set the GRUB_TIMEOUT to zero .04:17
Behiabsk007 Actually it is the Chromium bug tracker. But I think most of the people working on the project are Google employees. I am afraid I am a Java developer so I can't help with fixing the bug. But I have done everything from reporting it to Intel to freedesktop to Chromium's bug tracker hoping they are gonna fix it sooner rather than later04:18
rypervencheBehi: I had issues with that very recently when watching HTML5 videos on Youtube, but it was with Firefox. The solution for me was to compile it without gstreamer support. Maybe something kind of related?04:19
absk007Behi, hmmm... OK. cool. done :)04:19
Behirypervenche could be. But for some reason Firefox works fine for me. My system uses an Intel iGPU.04:20
Behiabsk007 Thanks a lot! >:D<04:20
Behirypervenche would you be kind enough to upvote it too?04:21
BehiI just noticed that Google has a custom implementation of OpenGL ES 2.0 and that could be the culprit: https://code.google.com/p/gles2-bc/04:22
rypervencheBehi: Nope. This could very easyily be an issue on your machine that you just need to troubleshoot further. You should attach your kernel version as well.04:22
BehiAs in the error logs I see errors like this: [6427:6427:0216/005403:ERROR:gles2_cmd_decoder.cc(4577)] [GroupMarkerNotSet(crbug.com/242999)!:C8E010ACA0030000]cmd: SetBucketSize04:22
rypervencheBehi: And what you are doing when the crash occurs.04:22
boot1sir Bashing-om still it pause04:23
BehiI have reported everything to Intel, FreeDesktop, as well as Chrome's bug tracker04:23
BehiAnd looks like I am not the only person affected by this issue: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2113179 and http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/91912/chrome-freezes-ubuntu-13-0404:24
BehiSee this for example: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=9410904:24
BehiI have added this link to Chromium's bug report too04:25
ubottuFreedesktop bug 94109 in intel "Sometimes, when taking Chrome out of full-screen mode, the whole system freezes and needs a cold reboot" [Critical,Assigned]04:25
Bashing-omboot1: Did you save the file, and then run terminal command 'sudo update-grub ' to propgate the change ?04:25
swenginHi I want to install grub on a disk from live cd the whole disk is formatted as ext4 so it's complaining because I don't have enough space at the beginning of the disk I want to shrink the partition so I get the required space to install grub how can I knowing that I only have shell access04:26
boot1Bashing-om yes sir i save the file and run update-grub04:26
rypervencheBehi: You should also look into seeing if the magic sysrq key (REISUB) will work for you when it freezes, so you don't have to hard reboot.04:26
boot1Bashing-om; yes sir i save the file and run update-grub still it pause 10 seconds04:27
Jordan_Uboot1: Please pastebin your /boot/grub/grub.cfg .04:28
Bashing-omboot1: Right off hand, I do not know other, the above should give ya a menu in dual/multi-boot environment for 1 second .04:28
Jordan_Uswengin: Please pastebin the output of "sudo parted -l".04:28
Behirypervenche let me see if I can unfreeze the system using that. brb04:28
rypervencheBehi: It's not for unfreezing it, it's for properly shutting down.04:29
swenginJordan_U: http://pastebin.com/1cuB05Lq04:30
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cfochhello, folks. I want to add Ubuntu to my grub in ArchLinux04:32
Behirypervenche oh, I see. Yes, that's what just happened :)04:32
cfochthis configuration file 40_custom http://fpaste.org/323302/45559653/ is not working properly04:32
cfochwhat did I do wrong?04:32
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Jordan_Uswengin: That looks fine. What grub-install command are you running? Please pastebin its complete output.04:33
rypervencheBehi: By the way, did you try this? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2113179&page=5&p=12965219#post1296521904:34
swenginJordan_U: http://pastebin.com/FZSYBVnS04:34
cfochhelp me with my grub configuration please04:34
rypervenchecfoch: Why do you want to manually add your configuration? GRUB2 should be able to detect it when you run update-grub.04:35
Jordan_Ucfoch: Please be patient, you haven't even waited 5 minutes for anyone to respond.04:35
cfochrypervenche: because I am using ArchLinux04:35
cfochbut I suppose that this configuration goes according Ubuntu, so I ask here04:36
rypervenchecfoch: Arch uses GRUB2 these days too.04:36
cfochspecififly this part of "linux /boot/vmlinuz-4.2.0-27-generic" andinitrd /boot/initrd.img-4.2.0-27-generic"04:36
Jordan_Ucfoch: Three things 1: You forgot a root= kernel parameter 2: You made an entry that will need to be updated manually whenever you get a kernel upgrade 3: re-running "grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grubgrub.cfg" will get you an entry that will work automatically.04:36
cfochrypervenche: yes, I know, why do you say that?04:37
Jordan_Ucfoch: And 4: Custom entries are better added to /boot/grub/custom.cfg (creating the file if it doesn't already exist) than /etc/grub.d/40_custom .04:37
boot1Bashing-om; Jordan_U; grub.cfg http://pastebin.com/ydjtmi8J04:37
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Jordan_Uboot1: That is not your /boot/grub/grub.cfg, that is your /etc/default/grub.04:38
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cfochJordan_U: should it be just "linux /boot/vmlinuz" ?04:39
Jordan_Ucfoch: No, I didn't say anything like that. If you didn't understand any part of my answer, please say which part and ask for specific clarification.04:40
Behirypervenche no, I didn't. I used a couple of flags but not all of them. Let me try them now. Thanks. :)04:40
rypervenchecfoch: Is there any reason you are wanting to write this out manually each time or is it just because you are used to doing it this way?04:40
cfochrypervenche: no, If it could be updated automatically I would be happy man :)04:40
swenginJordan_U: any idea04:40
rypervenchecfoch: Do you have any special things with your installation? LVM? LUKS?04:41
Jordan_Uswengin: Grub's boot sector should be installed to the MBR, /dev/sdb, not to a partition boot record like /dev/sdb1.04:41
swenginhmm ok thank you04:42
rypervenchecfoch: Oh, I just realized I misread your problem. You want to add Ubuntu to your Arch's GRUB menu.04:43
Bashing-omboot1: Looks fair . but do you really want "04:43
Bashing-omGRUB_GFXMODE=640x480" such a low resolution ?04:43
rypervenchecfoch: Yeah, ok. Listen to what Jordan_U said then.04:44
Jordan_Ucfoch: It can be updated automatically. The standard solution is to ensure that you have os-prober installed and re-run grub-mkconfig. The non standard (and IMHO superior) solution is to add a /boot/grub/custom.cfg entry that uses configfile to load Ubuntu's grub.cfg from Arch's.04:44
boot1Bashing-om; sir sorry for the delay but copy paste from other computer not directly connected to net04:44
cfochsorry, I closed my #ubuntu tab, did I lose any message?04:45
Jordan_Ucfoch: It can be updated automatically. The standard solution is to ensure that you have os-prober installed and re-run grub-mkconfig. The non standard (and IMHO superior) solution is to add a /boot/grub/custom.cfg entry that uses configfile to load Ubuntu's grub.cfg from Arch's.04:45
Bashing-omboot1: Any errors reported from ' sudo update-grub ' ?04:46
boot1Bashing-om; Jordan_U; http://pastebin.com/XisGCed404:46
boot1Bashing-om sir no errors display04:47
Jordan_Uboot1: That grub.cfg looks like the result of /etc/default/grub containing GRUB_TIMEOUT=0, not GRUB_TIMEOUT=1.04:49
Total_EclipseI just did a command line ubuntu install but when I try to boot all I get is a black screen with a flashing dash. Can someone help me?04:49
Behirypervenche Now, it doesn't freeze anymore, but it also doesn't render anything :) http://imgur.com/ZkPHQ8504:50
BehiI tried YouTube, Google.com, DuckDuckGo, etc. all render a white page04:51
swenginJordan_U: thanks so much that worked04:51
Jordan_Uswengin: You're welcome.04:51
cfochJordan_U: how do I add a menuentry containing the /boot/grub/custom.cfg of the Ubuntu partition? (did I understood properly?)04:52
Jordan_UTotal_Eclipse: Please run boot info script: https://github.com/arvidjaar/bootinfoscript and pastebin the RESULTS.txt that it produces.04:52
Bashing-omcfoch: Good instructions : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MaintenanceFreeCustomGrub2Screen for adding menu entries manually .04:53
boot1.. Bashing-om; Jordan_U; thank you very very much sir for your great help; my mistake; was not able to update again after i edit04:54
Total_EclipseIts not loading any sort of terminal04:54
boot1Bashing-om; Jordan_U; now it only pauses 1 second;04:54
Jordan_Ucfoch: Create a /boot/grub/custom.cfg in your Archlinux partition containing the following: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15088799/ note that you will need to replace UUID_OF_UBUNTU_PARTITION with the actual UUID.04:55
Bashing-omboot1: Good now ? want to change that grub resolutiuon ? // Great  from that last .04:55
boot1Bashing-om; wanted if it is not difficult for a newbie like in ubuntu configuration04:56
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boot1Jordan_U; i remove that 1 second display; so that it will straight?04:59
Jordan_Uboot1: Ubuntu's patches on top of upstream grub make it difficult to configure no timeout, and it is indeed good to be able to access the grub menu if you need to. Why do you insist on 0 timeout?05:01
Bashing-omboot1: Not at all diffucult  to set a grub resolution . But it has to be acceptable . see the advisory in the grub config file.05:01
Jordan_UTotal_Eclipse: Please boot from a LiveCD/USB and run boot info script, then pastebin the RESULTS.txt that it produces.05:05
boot1Jordan_U; is it possible to hide the gnu grub display of the menu during that 1 second pause?05:07
Bashing-omboot1: Do you want to change that grub resolution ? another reason why you do not set TIME_OUT to zero  - .05:08
Jordan_Uboot1: Yes. GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE=hidden in /etc/default/grub.05:10
linociscohi all05:11
linociscohow to draw signature in ubuntu?05:11
boot1Bashing-om; wanted to display in simple resolution; but wanted to know also if i could hide so that i can hide it if needed05:11
linocisconot digital signature05:12
linociscowhich program I should use and how?05:12
linociscohow to draw signature in ubuntu?05:12
linocisconot digital signature05:12
Jordan_Ulinocisco: Please don't simply repeat your question, wait at least 10 minutes before repeating.05:13
Bashing-omboot1: " 640x480 " Is the default fall back resolution . Higher can be set .05:13
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boot1Jordan_U; thank you very much for your help05:15
boot1Bashing-om; thank you very much for your help05:15
Jordan_Uboot1: You're welcome.05:15
Bashing-omboot1: :)05:15
linociscoI am in the process of apt-get dist-upgrade. It is now 50% and connection is so slow. I want to cancel with Ctrl+C and downloaded upgrade should be applied. how could I do?05:16
linociscoI dont want to restart computer05:16
k1l_linocisco: dont stop it. let it run05:16
linociscok1l_, so slow like 5 kb/s05:17
linociscok1l_, okok05:17
Jordan_Uk1l_: As long as it's still downloading, what issues would stopping it cause?05:17
k1l_Jordan_U: while its only downloading, not much. just apt wanting to start again or request a -f install or such. but i saw too often users thinking its stll loading while i did install already.05:19
Jordan_Ulinocisco: Please pastebin the current output from apt-get.05:20
linociscohi all05:40
linociscoJordan_U, apt-get dist-upgrade is done. thanks05:41
linociscohi all, how to draw signature manually using mouse on ubuntu?05:41
linociscowhich software is available like Microsoft Paint?05:42
linociscothe thing is I can't draw directly on Libre Office writer using mouse . There is no signature line. I need to create png or jpg signature file and upload to LibreOffice writer05:42
k1l_!pinta | linocisco05:47
xanguaGNU paint? Pinta?05:47
k1l_!info pinta | linocisco05:47
ubottulinocisco: pinta (source: pinta): Simple drawing/painting program. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.6-1 (wily), package size 672 kB, installed size 3200 kB05:47
Kool-ADim a piss05:47
queskershould I be able to do apt-get install foo from ubuntu running in "try it out" mode from a usb stick?  I get errors05:54
queskeropenssh-server depnds openssh-client (= 1:6.6p1-2ubuntu1) but 1:6.6p1-2ubuntu2 is to be installed05:55
k1l_quesker: run sudo apt update05:56
queskerworking.  thanks05:57
Drois it impossible to add space to /dev/sda3 in this case http://i.imgur.com/nrdw1ee.png ?05:59
Jordan_UDro: Yes, just move sda4 to the end of the drive first.06:04
hollerhello, on ubuntu 14.04, when I get to login screen I am seeing "Guest Session" and "SunShineDay", however when I mount in recovery mode and do e.g. less /etc/passwd, I am not seeing user "SunShineDay", but I do see the original username I created on the laptop "eyesuck", where is SunShineDay coming from?06:12
hollerI just got my laptop back from my sister who had it forever06:13
hollerbasically im wondering if she changed my "eyesuck" to "SunShineDay" or if that is a guest account? im basically locked out of my laptop06:13
AshtasuI'm drawing a blank if you can change the pass without accessing, doubti t though.06:14
Ashtasudoubt it*06:14
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hollerAshtasu: I am able to log into recovery mode -> root and then mount the filesystem and issues commands06:16
DroJordan_U, how can i move it please?06:17
hollerlike I think i actually changed the password but now im getting an issue where it logs in and then out immediately06:17
hollernot sure wtf is going on06:17
someone235Hi, How can I add this via PPA? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnugo06:38
_bananaMongoDB required upstart install, which removed systemd. Proper shutdown is no longer possible (fails on stopping encrypted disk). Any fixes?06:38
baizonsomeone235: this is no ppa, thats the repo for ubuntu06:40
xanguasomeone235: you don't06:40
someone235baizon, So I need to manually download the .deb?06:40
baizonsomeone235: well that would be one solution06:41
hateballsomeone235: You just install it using the software centre06:41
hateballor sudo apt-get install gnugo06:41
someone235hateball, this is what I thought, but it didn't work06:41
someone235hateball, but apparently it's already installed, so this is answering the question :)06:42
HelladenAnyone know how to get ALSA working with Sound Blaster Z?06:45
HelladenI read that the kernel is fine, it is just something to do with the way ALSA is configured.06:46
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lotuspsychjeHelladen: wich ubuntu version are you on?06:54
HelladenI have tried 15.10 and 16.04.06:54
HelladenBut it doesn't work on ether. I also have used Fedora and many different flavours.06:54
lotuspsychjeHelladen: logs show anything usefull?06:54
lotuspsychjeHelladen: how about latest alsa download manually?06:54
HelladenWell running 16.04 - ALSA should of been latest.06:55
lotuspsychjeah ok06:55
HelladenMaybe not though06:55
HelladenTo update ALSA06:57
lotuspsychjeHelladen: also restart doesnt fix it neither?06:57
HelladenI don't know how to compile in Linux.06:57
linociscohi all06:57
HelladenTo make my own packages.06:57
gshmu[VPN l2tp Pre-shared Key]I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 x64, try xl2tpd openswan and strongswan etc, but which the best way to using l2tp Pre-shared Key VPN?06:58
lotuspsychje!compile | Helladen06:58
ubottuHelladen: Compiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first). Also read !checkinstall06:58
lotuspsychjeHelladen: maybe file a new bug in #ubuntu+1 for 16.04 devs might get attention on it?06:58
linociscoi am downloading something scribus using software center. and then I downloaded pinta as second one. Can I pause download of scribus and start downloading pinta which i need to use first?06:58
linociscobut pause and resume is not supported in software center06:59
HelladenThere's a bug06:59
lotuspsychjeHelladen: did you update it, to 'im affected' also?06:59
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ubottubugzilla.kernel.org bug 109191 in Sound(ALSA) "No sound with Creative Labs SB Recon3D (rev 01), Sound Blaster Z, PCI SSID 1102:0010" [High,New]07:01
HelladenThere's a bug on the Kernel.07:01
HelladenI don't know if it is Kernel or Ubuntu.07:01
lotuspsychjeHelladen: i would also file a new one for 16.04 as its almost final07:01
HelladenI think they fixed it in the Kernel.07:02
HelladenUbuntu just hasn't patched it in right.07:02
lotuspsychje!mainline | Helladen maybe test around here?07:02
ubottuHelladen maybe test around here?: The kernel team supply continuous mainline kernel builds which can be useful for tracking down issues or testing recent changes in the Linux kernel. More information is available at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/MainlineBuilds07:02
HelladenI didn't realize they modified the Kernel.07:03
lotuspsychjeHelladen: well you can test higher versions like this07:04
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diamond_swordI'm having this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/dpkg/+bug/147604407:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1407757 in aptdaemon (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1476044 multi-arch packages cannot be installed due to dpkg wrongly detecting them as already installed" [Critical,Incomplete]07:07
diamond_swordand I couldn't find a fix about it.07:07
diamond_swordwhat is it about?07:07
_bananaHello again. Does replacing systemd with upstart in 15.10 will in fact affect the ability to shutdown properly? Thank you.07:07
Jordan_U_banana: Yes, there is a long known yet unfixed bug in upstart that can lead to the root fs not being unmounted properly on shutdown and upstart is essentially no longer maintained outside 12.04 and 14.04. Why do you want to use upstart in 15.10?07:10
diamond_swordanyone knows about this bug? please07:11
Jordan_Udiamond_sword: Are you trying to install this package via apt-get?07:14
hollerhello, how can i recover an ecryptfs passphrase and log into my computer? i accidently changed the main users password using passwd and now i get booted out right when i log in07:19
holleri didnt know it was encrypted or that was a bad idea07:19
ck_mfcHeyho!! Does anyone of you is able to save his PGP Passphrase? I am using Enigmal + Thunderbird to encrypt and decrypt my mails. But everytime I have to paste my pgp passphrase :(((07:19
diamond_swordJordan_U, I installed it now via Synaptic07:20
Jordan_Uholler: Boot into single user mode and change the password back.07:20
HelladenHow come FFmeg library has to be removed installing Restricted Extras?07:20
HelladenIs this package not necessary anymore?07:21
hollerJordan_U: i dont know what the old password was07:21
hollermy ex gf changed it07:21
Jordan_Udiamond_sword: Try installing via apt-get instead.07:21
Jordan_Uholler: Then unless you can get the password from her, your data is gone.07:22
diamond_swordI'm using ubuntu with unity. I tried to install xfce desktop but it conflicts with unity and doesn't work well. this is ubuntu version 14.04 lts. I want to install xubuntu look as my desktop environment and easily I can change it to unity or to xfce at login page.07:22
diamond_swordbut I want them completely seperate from each other.07:22
hollerJordan_U: fuckkk really?07:22
hollerwe broke up she'll never give that to me07:22
hollerfcking a07:22
diamond_swordlast try it was half xfce and half unity when I login as unity.07:22
Jordan_Uholler: Please watch your language.07:22
holleryou sure there are no options?07:23
diamond_swordJordan_U, I didn't know the package name, I found it on Synaptic.07:23
Jordan_Uholler: The purpose of encryption is to prevent access by those that don't have the credentials.07:23
Jordan_Udiamond_sword: Do you know the package name now? What are you trying to install?07:24
hollerJordan_U: im locked out of my own computer... :/ but even mounting via live cd or via grub/root there is nothing?07:24
holleri set this up so long ago and i dont remember the darn passphrase07:24
Jordan_Uholler: Not for your encrypted files, no. You can create a new user and do whatever you want with the machine, but you'll need the password to access the encrypted files.07:25
Jordan_Uholler: The documentation recommends backing up the key file, but hardly anyone actually does. If you did do that, then just use your backup of the key file to decrypt the files.07:26
hollerdo you know where that backup would live by default?07:26
Jordan_Uholler: I don't think there is any default location, and keeping it on the same machine would defeat the purpose (the intention for the backup is that it be on physically secured removable media, like a flash drive in a safe).07:28
hollerJordan_U: as root I can see home/<user>/.ecryptfs/<user>/.Private07:28
hollerthat wouldnt be it would it?07:28
Jordan_Uholler: Look at the files there. They are all encrypted.07:29
Jordan_Uholler: That is where the encrypted files are stored, so no that is not where a backup of the keyfile would be. You almost certainly don't have such a backup.07:30
hollerJordan_U: what is /home/user/.ecryptfs/user/.ecryptfs/wrapped-passphrase07:30
hollerif i do "cat file" i see some type of hash07:30
Jordan_Uholler: That is a file that is encrypted with your login passphrase and contains the ecryptfs passphrase which actually allows you to decrypt the files.07:32
hollerJordan_U: ok but there is no way to use it to get the passphrase back? i guess not if its encrypted itself07:32
fullstackWhen I try to install Jenkins, it wants 'daemons'? Huh? 14.04. The following packages have unmet dependencies: jenkins : Depends: daemon but it is not installable07:37
fullstackvia apt-get install jenkins after adding their repo07:38
testerhi master07:46
fullstackCan somebody show me their 14.04.3 LTS /etc/apt/sources.list?07:46
fullstackMine must be broken07:47
e8newallmI have two SSDs in my PC, one has Ubuntu on, and one has just data on it. I've tried to mount the data one to a folder, but Ubuntu still writes to the OS SSD instead of the Data one, even though Ubuntu says the Data SSD is mounted to that folder. Did I not setup /etc/fstab right?07:53
e8newallmWhen I type umount for it, it says that it isn't mounted, but typing mount says it's mounted too :P07:55
e8newallmI should also add that these SSDs were in a two disk RAID 0 before this, and they've seemed to be playing up since then07:56
e8newallmOh wait, that's not 100% true actually07:58
aaasis there any way to see the response from the server when try and do public key auth using ssh.  I use -vvv and it says 'we setna public key packet, wait for reply' but I don't see any ifno about the reply.  I don't ahve access to the server logs or config files permississons on sshd_config and /var/log stuff is locked down just want to know why i cant do pub key auth08:01
zzarrhello! does Ubuntu handle Thunderbolt 3?08:04
tachibanaim a mandingo warrior08:08
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Bitnovahi, is it possible to encrypt home directory EXCEPT one folder of your choice within it?08:15
BlackDextachibana: What i now is that much just works out of the box. And with each kernel it has better support or atleast some bugs fixed08:16
BlackDexDoes someone knows a way to block specific OSD Notifications?08:17
jon21Hi, Will Someone tell me how linux handles paging in the absence of swap?08:26
Jordan_Ue8newallm: Please pastebin the error message from umount, the output of "sudo blkid" and the contents of /proc/mounts .08:27
Jordan_Ujon21: In the absence of swap no memory gets paged out.08:28
e8newallmJordan_U: Oh sorry, I got it working, thanks though :P08:28
Jordan_Ujon21: When memory gets exhausted the kernel's OOM killer is triggered which then tries (using imperfext heuristics) to kill a process that is "unimportant" and using a lot of RAM.08:29
jon21Jordan_U: so not major page faults?08:29
jon21Jordan_U: so not major page faults?08:29
Jordan_Ujon21: Correct. Why do you ask?08:30
Mathisenhello, how can i use higher resolusion then 1024 * 768 ? cant set it higher then that in X08:31
jon21Jordan_U: But in the output "ps -eo maj_flt | sort -nk1" I see processes with number more than zero?08:32
Jordan_UMathisen: What graphics card? Being stuck in a low resolution generally means that you're not using the proper video drivers for your card.08:32
jon21Jordan_U: maj_flt should be 0.08:32
MathisenJordan_U, im not 100% on what is in this machine.. how do i check it ?08:33
jon21Jordan_U: FYI i don't have swap activated.08:33
jon21Mathisen: try lspci or lsusb or lscpu08:34
Jordan_Ujon21: Possibly mmaped files.08:34
tachibanawith friends this summer08:34
bubenwrt utwregbadsfg]sfd08:35
MathisenJordan_U, 00:01.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] BeaverCreek [Radeon HD 6530D]08:35
jon21Jordan_U: Ah ok.08:37
jon21Jordan_U: Thank you08:37
Bitnovahi, is it possible to encrypt home directory EXCEPT one folder of your choice within it?08:37
jon21Jordan_U: That explains a lot.08:38
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MathisenBitnova, why do that ? why not just make a folder outside the /home08:40
Bitnovawell, Mathisen thats what im also trying to find out. But i still want to know if its possible.08:42
MathisenBitnova, i would say no, i think you need to copy /home somewhere else remove encryption then move back08:43
Bitnovayea.. but its not really good to remove encryption is it.08:43
MathisenBitnova, thats up to you :)08:43
Kovefailed to parse apk error.08:46
Koveanyone help?08:46
shahbaz17Ubuntu 14.04 always shows an error when system starts. Unexpected error08:46
Mathisenanyone that can help me with my resolusion problem ? card is " Radeon HD 6530D " ubuntu 15.10 ..08:46
hateballMathisen: have you installed the proper driver using the additional drivers dialogue?08:52
Mathisenhateball, no im using the drivers the installer got me08:53
Mathiseni seen online alot of guides, but i dont want to reboot into a black sceen, so thats why im asking for some help08:54
hateballMathisen: I see. Well I sadly know nothing about AMD gpu, perhaps someone else will tho if you stick around08:55
ubottuFor Ati/NVidia/Matrox video cards, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VideoDriverHowto08:55
mcphailMathisen: have you been doing anything odd, like booting with "nomodeset"?09:03
_bananaJordan_U: sorry for delay in response. Because when I tried installing MongoDB on 15.10, which is not officially supported, I got a message that essentialy said I had to use upstart, which I installed (and it automatically uninstalled systemd).09:04
sjoshi_banana: this will help : http://tecadmin.net/install-mongodb-on-ubuntu/09:06
_bananaIncidentally, the two LTS versions u mention are the only two Ubuntu versions supported by MongoDB09:06
_bananasjoshi: thank u09:06
sjoshi_banana: just follow the steps, it should work..09:07
_bananasjoshi: but I run 15.10. SHould I use the Debian install procedure?09:08
_bananai.e., completely uninstall my current MOngoDB install, remove upstart and replace with systemd and start anew?09:09
pnwiseDoes anyone knows why xset doesn't work in any kind of script?09:11
pnwiseOnly from a terminal09:11
_bananagotta go. thanks for all your help. over & out.09:12
popeypnwise: probably your environment and DISPLAY variables aren't set09:12
p4trixI want to buy the Dell XPS 15 with the 4K screen. How do I know if everyhthing goes well with Ubuntu?09:16
p4trixIs there some recommended laptop to use Ubuntu with. I need it as workstation for web development.09:16
popeyThinkpads always fare well for me09:18
p4trixSounds good.09:19
popeyhttp://www.ubuntu.com/certification/desktop/ is a good place to start, maybe09:19
p4trixNice, thank you09:19
invanop4trix: 4K screens are not 100% supported yet. I have an XPS 15 with Ubuntu Gnome and I still have some issues.. first of all with external monitors09:23
Mathisenmcphail, no i have not done anything odd09:24
pnwisepopey do you know what other variables I should look for besides DISPLAY?09:24
Mathisenmcphail, still a basic install with only cinnamon installed after09:24
p4trixinvano, thats a shame. I was really interested in that one. I kinda envy you. But not for the problems xD.09:24
mcphailMathisen: have a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution , especially the bit about using "cvt" to add new modelines09:25
guest70193is the idea of using dm crypt + luks that you first encrypt the partition then install OS later on it?09:26
invanop4trix: well, except for the 4K screen it works flawlessly eh09:26
p4trixinvano, There is a version of the XPS without 4k. Maybe I just get that one?09:27
madhumper69configuring remote desktop with ubuntu has been uterly a nightmare! i have remote working from android by using bVNC however using any other vnc application in windows does not work. after lots of reading and searching apperently an issue with ssl? apperently i can disable the encryption but the command is not working... thanks09:29
invanop4trix, wait. With issues I mean that 1. some apps may result really tiny if they don't have 4k support 2. you need to play manually with external monitors. At least in my case, forget automatic recognition of external monitors and optimal resolutions. And I still have problems with some projectors I tried over HDMI (not recognized at all)09:32
popeypnwise: sorry, i don't know09:33
p4trixinvano, that doesnt sound that bad. I have to think it through well. Thank you for your feedback.09:34
madhumper69how to disable 18 TLS security for remote desktop? i keep getting errors when trying to disable09:35
invanop4trix: you're welcome!09:36
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nareshnkIts a CakePHP based application.09:45
nareshnkPFA http://imgur.com/a/4Ky3G09:45
nareshnki am sharing some screen shot which i have taken from my WebMin which is showing Apache creating lot of process which are eating too much memory and CPU utilization.09:45
rillehnareshnk: Maybe try httpd worker?09:52
nareshnkrilleh, sorry ?09:53
nareshnkcan you please elaborate.09:53
rillehIt spawns threads instead of processes09:53
rillehDepending on application, it can do alot in terms of performance09:54
nareshnkok. So that could solve my problem .. but could we dont know why the lot of process are creating ?09:54
rillehPoor tweaking I would presume?09:56
rillehRead up on how to properly tune your apache settings nareshnk09:57
madhumper69wow im a genius figured out how to disable 18 TLS security so that remote desktop works without encryption i guess now i need to set it up to ssh to have some form of security :D09:59
madhumper69after many hours of pain and suffering lol09:59
xan_IThi to all, need help with audio. i can listen from headphone but not with speakers. i don't know if is hardware problem or software10:00
rillehnareshnk: I found this: https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/apache-tips-and-tricks/tuning-your-apache-server10:00
rillehAlso the apache documentation is very good10:01
nareshnkrilleh, yes.. thats why they are not providing me solutiopn .10:02
nareshnkvery poor servide.10:02
nareshnkvery poor service.10:02
nareshnkThey are only stealing money from pocket..10:02
fllhello all10:05
flli have a quick question, but i don't know if it is here to ask something about a little problem ?10:05
mcphail!ask | fll10:06
ubottufll: 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 !patience10:06
fllwokay :)10:06
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/10:07
fllherewith my distro, and a i have a probleme with audio, it cut all the time "Linux Mint174 3.19.0-32-generic #37~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu Oct 22 09:41:40 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux10:07
fll" no message, just no sound.10:07
reloadedQ: do I need a program to run a shell script such as a .SH file or can I do it from the command line on terminal?10:08
mcphailfll: unfortunately, Mint is not supported here10:08
flli have already search everywhere i can, of course10:08
mcphail!mint | fll10:08
ubottufll: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org10:08
fllok thx :)10:08
mcphailfll: good luck10:09
pesarireloaded: run like "sh file.sh", or  chmod +x file.sh && ./file.sh10:10
reloadedthanks pesari10:12
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spm_dragetIf someone compiled mesa from GIT and used 'make install', how do I recover from that? Simply 'apt-get install --reinstall <package>'? Will this also take care of the dependencies.10:40
popeyspm_draget: maybe it has a make uninstall? Check the Makefile10:41
spm_dragetpopey: I will check, thanks.10:41
spm_dragetCan I force apt to reinstall a package with all its dependencies?10:41
DiamondSwordhow to change brightness with xfce desktop? percentage value at power options / monitor not seems to work.10:42
DiamondSwordalso my fn keys for brightness not working..10:42
reisioxbacklight -set 50% work?10:42
cfhowlettspm_draget, sudo apt-get install --reinstall packagename10:43
spm_dragetokay, thanks10:44
BlackDalekI have a USB soundcard device which is identified as C-Media Electronics, Inc. Storm HP-USB500 5.1 Headset. It shows up in alsamixer and pavucontrol, but will not show up in the unity control center/sound settings so I cannot select it as the output device for audio. Why?10:59
popeyBlackDalek: that's odd, if it shows up in pavucontrol, it certainly should show up in the unity control panel sound applet thing11:00
popeyBlackDalek: maybe bounce pluseaudio with "pulseaudio -k" and see if it appears?11:00
BlackDalekpopey, it doesn't. Or rather it does - but ONLY as an input device, NOT output device.11:01
popeysorry, dunno why that would be11:01
BlackDalekpopey, it shows up as output devices in alsamixer AND pavucontrol11:02
BlackDalekpopey, pulseaudio -k show nothing.11:02
popeyseeing bugs in launchpad about the device, so seems some people get it working, but use alsamixer to adjust volume11:02
popeythat just restarts pulse11:03
popeythats all11:03
BlackDalekoh ok11:03
BlackDalekpopey, ok, restarting pulse has made the device magically appear as a selectable output device now.11:04
BlackDalekpopey, yep. I wonder why it needs pulse audio reset to show up?11:06
g105bHow come my Unity Launcher icons have cached titles? For example, after installing Sublime Text and entering a licence key, the unity launcher still displays "Sublime Text (UNREGISTERED)"11:07
popeyBlackDalek: no idea11:07
oploHow to make wget the default downlooad manager rather than the firefox downloader?11:07
popeyg105b: because the license key install doesn't change the desktop file11:07
popeyg105b: you can manually fudge that away if you want.11:07
g105bpopey: the desktop file is here: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15090271/11:07
g105bpopey: double clicking on that still displays the unregistered message.11:08
popeyg105b: the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications ?11:08
g105bpopey: yes11:08
popeyyou can force it to update... http://askubuntu.com/a/447703/61211:09
popeythat au answer says how11:09
g105bpopey: hmm, no luck still. I created the .desktop file outside of /usr/share/applciations and ran the command, still shows the wrong title.11:12
g105balso tried killall unity-scope-home11:12
oploHow to make wget the default downlooad manager rather than the firefox downloader?11:17
g105boplo: I think that's more of a Firefox question, because FF will want to handle that for security reasons.11:17
g105boplo: So to answer, probably with a Firefox extension.11:17
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Mathisenoplo, https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/cliget/11:18
homahi my friends11:24
* reisio shrugs11:27
reisiotagging MP3s11:27
reisiofor someone who uses MP3s11:27
reisiogotta do it manually, because apparently flac2mp3 isn't good at its _only_ job11:27
reisios/manually/with my own script I just crapped out/11:27
C2CNLmy desktop (which was a server first) sometimes kills my whole network... any clues what might be going on?11:29
C2CNLIt was a dhcp server and dns server befor11:29
C2CNLbut i've disabled that, a reboot of the desktop fixes it11:29
jushurC2CNL: you have a new dhcp/dns server on the network?11:30
C2CNLthe router, yes11:30
jushurC2CNL: sounds more like the router dies from time to time.11:31
C2CNLthen why does rebooting the desktop fix it?11:31
jushurC2CNL: the router has caching dns server? and its not enabled on the wan side?11:32
C2CNLit's set up properly11:32
C2CNLDNS isn't the problem11:32
jushurC2CNL: what router exactly?11:33
C2CNLAsus RT-AC66U11:33
jushurC2CNL: I think you should try with another router.11:35
llutzC2CNL: next time your network was "killed" check all running services/tasks on your desktop, if you suspect it to be the cause of the trouble11:35
jushurC2CNL: you have some cron setup for the dhcp/dns services on the desktop that you forgot to disable?11:41
oploMathisen: Thanks!11:54
Mathisenoplo, np11:57
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Mathisenanyone else have like a 3 sec delay when clicking links in hexchat until they open in browser ?12:14
[[thufir]]I'm having trouble installing packages:  http://pastebin.com/AYgZeadJ   I can't install pastebinit because mail-stack-delivery is screwed up.  I tried purge, I tried --configure, I removed /etc/postfix/ and /etc/dovecot/ but no luck.   how do I fix apt?12:14
popeyMathisen: yes!12:16
popeyMathisen: no idea why, and it was annoying enough that was one reason I switched from it12:16
Mathisenpopey, okej i guess thats way it should work then12:16
Pantsu[[thufir]]: pastebinit sucks anyway12:17
Mathisenyeah it is kinda anoying but i like hexchat12:17
Pantsu[[thufir]]: https://ptpb.pw/  (it also has a cli client)12:17
[[thufir]]Pantsu: perhaps so, but I'd still like to be able to install packages.  It's a fairly new install, just a few days old.  removing /etc/postfix/ and /etc/dovecot/ seem to have really caused some sort of system problem.12:18
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HakkaHQ: I upgrade to mysql 5.6 yesterday but the client still says I use 5.5.47 instead of 5.6.28 although I installed mysql-client-5.6 mysql-client-core-5.6 and mysql-server-5.612:46
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DiamondSwordhow to remove a program installed from a .deb file?12:49
DiamondSwordI can't see it on Software Center.12:49
cfhowlettDiamondSword, sudo dpkg -r foo.deb and stop installing random .debs. use the software center.12:50
ioriaHakkaH, are you on trusty ?12:50
HakkaHyes 14.0412:51
ioria!info mysql-server trusty12:51
ubottumysql-server (source: mysql-5.5): MySQL database server (metapackage depending on the latest version). In component main, is optional. Version 5.5.47-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 (trusty), package size 11 kB, installed size 129 kB12:51
DiamondSwordcfhowlett, dpkg: error: you must specify packages by their own names, not by quoting the names of the files they come in12:51
DiamondSwordsorry, I'm new to Linux12:51
ioriaHakkaH, so you should have  5.5.4712:51
cfhowlettDiamondSword, what is the package name12:52
DiamondSwordcfhowlett, touchpad indicator12:52
DiamondSwordI guess12:52
HakkaHI know I upgraded to 5.6 only the server is 5.6.28 but the client seems to still be on 5.5.4712:52
cfhowlettdo not guess!  paste the package label12:52
DiamondSwordcfhowlett, touchpad-indicator_1.0.4-0extras14.04.1_all.deb12:53
DiamondSwordcfhowlett, I don't know package label.12:53
HakkaHubuntu does give a 5.6 package for both server and client it's just not the default one that gets installed12:54
cfhowlettDiamondSword, sudo dpkg -r touchpad-indicator12:55
DiamondSwordcfhowlett, what differs dpkg and apt-get ?12:55
HakkaHthe server updated nicely to 5.6 however libmysql give me 5.5.47 which should as well be updated to 5.6 when I did "sudo apt-get install mysql-client-5.6 mysql-client-core-5.6"12:55
cfhowlettDiamondSword, dpkg doesn't address dependencies.12:55
ioriaHakkaH,  maybe you have to remove the old version, first12:57
HakkaHI did that13:00
HakkaHbut aparently somewhere it still has something running13:00
HakkaHpurge mysql-client and mysql-client-core gave not installed13:01
HakkaHalso specifically a 5.5 gave not installed13:01
ioriaHakkaH,  find out with dpkg -l | grep mysql-client*13:01
gerritjanhello i try to install a theme but i cant see anyway to install it with tweak tool or somting @all because it doesnt show up in the list13:02
ioriaHakkaH,  and did you run autoremove after the purge ?13:02
gerritjanim using gnome 3.1613:02
ioriaHakkaH, apt-cache policy mysql-client* | pastebinit13:05
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Razvais there any way for me to see what commands is executing a user via bash, real-time13:07
AtuMRazva, you can try "w"13:09
NeofrontierGood Day, How can I record whatever my soundcard is outputting ?13:09
Neofrontier( I have jack running )13:09
gerritjancan sombody help me with that13:10
RazvaAtuM yeah but that will only show what users are logged in, not what they are "typing"13:10
ioriaHakkaH, looks ok13:10
AtuMRazva, so you want a keyboard logger... I have not used one yet..13:11
HakkaHyes but phpmyadmin and info.php keeps giving me 5.5.4713:11
MathisenRazva, http://sniffy.sourceforge.net/13:12
HakkaHYour PHP MySQL library version 5.5.47 differs from your MySQL server version 5.6.28. This may cause unpredictable behavior.13:12
gerritjani did install it in /usr/share/themes and ~/.themes but tweak util doesnt show it up in the list13:14
ioriaHakkaH,    apt-cache policy libmysqlclient18 | pastebinit13:14
HakkaHthere we have it13:16
EriC^^Razva: with their knowledge?13:20
HakkaHhmm strange it is the latest version they have for trusty there is no 5.6 version of it13:23
ioriaHakkaH,    right13:23
HakkaHso that shouldn't matter then13:23
ioriaHakkaH,    right13:24
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HakkaHthanks for helping me out ioria13:27
ioriaHakkaH,    no problem13:27
ioriaHakkaH,    mysql-common  is 5.6   or 5.5 ?13:30
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HakkaHalso 5.5.4713:32
[[thufir]]I can't open mail, permission denied?  http://pastebin.com/qgKeGurD13:32
ioria!info mysql-common-5.6 trusty13:33
ubottumysql-common-5.6 (source: mysql-5.6): MySQL 5.6 specific common files, e.g. /etc/mysql/conf.d/my-5.6.cnf. In component universe, is optional. Version 5.6.28-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 (trusty), package size 13 kB, installed size 146 kB13:33
ioriaHakkaH,   this is available13:35
HakkaHhmm it seems both are installed13:35
ioriaHakkaH,   ok13:36
llutz[[thufir]]: ls -ld /var/mail13:36
HakkaHboth common and common5.6 are installed but that shouldn't be a problem13:37
ioriaHakkaH,   did you reboot after the upgrade ?13:38
[[thufir]]llutz: drwxrwsr-x 2 root mail 4096 Oct 21 08:49 /var/mail    chown that directory to mail:mail ?13:38
llutz[[thufir]]:nope, its correct13:38
HakkaHno I restarted the services13:39
[[thufir]]llutz: http://askubuntu.com/questions/735337/   might be related to dovecot or postfix13:39
ioriaHakkaH,   you got this error ? http://askubuntu.com/questions/443572/how-to-upgrade-phpmyadmin-after-installing-mysql-5-613:41
IsPrimehey guys,I'm trying to install cvs on ubuntu 13.04 and I got stuck on the first step.Can someone help?13:42
BluesKajhi folks13:42
llutz[[thufir]]: just re-create the mailbox-file and watch if it will be deleted/changed again later: sudo touch /var/mail/$USER && sudo chown $USER:mail /var/mail/$USER && sudo chmod 660 /var/mail/$USER13:42
IsPrimeI run sudo apt-get install cvs and it gave the info below13:43
IsPrimeErr http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ raring/main cvs amd64 2:1.12.13+real-9   404  Not Found [IP: 80] Failed to fetch http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/c/cvs/cvs_1.12.13+real-9_amd64.deb  404  Not Found [IP: 80] E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?13:44
MonkeyDustIsPrime  13.04 is dead. or was that a typo and do you mean 14.0413:44
MonkeyDustIsPrime  what is the output of   cat /etc/issue13:45
IsPrimeI see. Thanks a millian13:46
Jakey3has anyone installed papyrus for ecplipse on ubuntu 14.0413:46
Jakey3i get dependency errors13:47
IsPrimeMonkeyDust  a moment please.Let me check13:47
IsPrimeMonkeyDust Ubuntu 13.04 \n \l13:48
PCatineanHey guys, is it possible to have from a notebook in ubuntu 14.04 LTS a extra monitor and another on hdmi?13:48
HakkaHioria yes but that doesn't solve it and frankly I do not care about a wrning that much it's just that I thought it would just say 5.6.2813:48
IsPrimethat was the iso offered by parallel desktop and I wasn't aware of it.13:48
PCatineanAnd have them work in paralel? I'm trying to do that with a dell monitor and samsung TV but when I plug in the tv it gives an error and will not switch on13:48
MonkeyDustIsPrime  ok, my advice, backup and install 14.04 ... during install, create a separate /home partition, so you your personal documents and settings are safe13:48
ioriaHakkaH,   yes, php involved rather than mysql13:49
llutz[[thufir]]: if you configure postfix to use dovecot for delivery, you need to setup dovecot as well13:50
IsPrimeMonkeyDust I'd start now.Actually I'm a newbie,so nothing much on this os.13:51
IsPrimeMonkeyDust but backup is always a good idea.13:51
MonkeyDustIsPrime  partitioning is the hardest part for beginners ... come here for advice13:52
IsPrimeMonkeyDust that's what I need indeed13:52
maxvianybody know how I can read html (jira report) emails in claws-mail?13:53
llutz!info claws-mail-html2-viewer13:54
ubottuPackage claws-mail-html2-viewer does not exist in wily13:54
mcphailMonkeyDust: no need to keep a separate /home partition for these purposes. Just adds needless complexity13:54
IsPrimeMonkeyDust what's the relatively good version of Ubuntu?13:56
IsPrimeMonkeyDust I'm doing some exercise on it ...13:57
MonkeyDustIsPrime  14.04 if you want long support, 15.10 if you want the latest13:58
Cem_Nome5can anyone help me with an ePSXe problem?13:59
IsPrimeMonkeyDust thanks for the advice:)13:59
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MonkeyDustIsPrime  good luck14:00
EriC^^Cem_Nome5: what's the problem?14:01
EriC^^that's the PS2 emulator right?14:01
Cem_Nome5ps1 actually14:01
Cem_Nome5everything works just fine14:01
Cem_Nome5but the "configure" button for plugins doesnt do anything at all14:02
EriC^^how did you install it?14:02
Cem_Nome5downloaded it14:02
Cem_Nome5I can't find anyone in the web with the same problem as me lol14:04
EriC^^did you try the emulator in the repos?14:04
EriC^^pcsxr ?14:04
EriC^^Cem_Nome5: give it a shot maybe14:05
Cem_Nome5I'll try it out14:05
Cem_Nome5Im also downloading another ISO14:05
Cem_Nome5because the one Im trying to run needs special fix14:05
Cem_Nome5that's why I needed to config video plugin14:05
Cem_Nome5Ty EriC^^ :)14:06
EriC^^np :)14:06
werner_hallo an alle14:09
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deemhi. I'm setting "d-i passwd/make-user boolean false" in my preseed file, but if i boot the installation images it still want's to set up a normal user account. did anything changed in the newer versions of the ubuntu installer?14:17
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NooBuntuHi guys14:30
NooBuntuI got some issue and I'm looking for some haxors to help me14:30
MonkeyDustNooBuntu  this is ubuntu support14:31
NooBuntuSo I guess I'm in a right place?14:31
ubottuPlease 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 !patience14:32
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/14:32
colI need some advice. I'm on 10.4. Should I upgrade to 10.10, or wait for 11.4?14:32
MonkeyDustcol  upgréade to 14.04 or 15.10, the rest of what you say is !eol14:33
kltrgHas anyone had an experience with running Adobe Digital Editions under Linux? Or how to work around using it?14:33
ikoniakltrg: waste of time even trying14:34
ikoniayou want adobe, use windows or a mac14:34
NooBuntuk, thanks. My problem is that I've mistakenly installed Ubuntu on a C/ alongside with Win7. I made a smaller partition (20gb) first but it has been installed n C and now I cannot use almost 80% of my hard disk space. Question is: Is there a painless way to "save" my OS, clean the mess with the partitions with e.g. format and then put again my ubuntu on a clean pc?14:36
NooBuntuas You may guess I am new to linux systems so.. ;/14:37
hateballNooBuntu: you can use gparted-live to resize/move your partitions without having to reinstall14:39
hateballNooBuntu: That is, run gparted from for instance the Ubuntu install media14:40
llutzNooBuntu: make sure to have actual backups before14:40
ralpheeeelooking to try ubbuntu (15.10)...my question is if i install with luks and lvm can i upg to 16.04 ...14:40
NukienHow would one use parted in a script to create a partition of a given size at the *end* of the disk ?  Not knowing the actual size of the disk ...14:40
NukienI want the equivalent of "mkpart -256MiB -1" to make a 256M partition at the *end*14:40
NooBuntuI've tried to resize the partition with gpartd but it cannot be done ;(14:41
hateballNooBuntu: How so? You cannot do it from your installed OS, it must be done when it is unmounted (hence live media)14:41
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NooBuntuIC, thanks a lot! :)14:42
Guest44221can i get ebook backbox?14:42
hateballNooBuntu: but as llutz said, be careful and take backups in case you have valuable data14:42
NooBuntuRoger! :) Good day everyone!14:43
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NukienAny ideas on creating a partition of a given size at the *end* of a disk ?14:47
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hateballNukien: suppose it could be done by parsing fdisk output14:48
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NukienYeah - I'm about to script up a hack using blockdev --getsz or similar14:49
gmbsWhat does this mean?  W: Failed to fetch http://ubuntu.mirrors.tds.net/pub/ubuntu/dists/trusty-security/main/binary-i386/Packages  Hash Sum mismatch14:49
NukienWas hoping parted was smart enough - it knows about -1 and 100% to mean end of disk ...14:49
MonkeyDustwhat's the factoid for hash sum?14:50
sinahello there14:51
ubottuTo 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_Windows14:51
sinaanybody there ?14:51
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Guest17268anybody there ?14:51
MonkeyDustgmbs  ^^^14:51
Guest17268dear friends we are sending several emails to ubuntu canonical but they wont answer14:51
gmbsDo I need to change mirrors or just wait?14:52
Guest17268do you know why ? :(14:52
popeyGuest17268: about what?14:52
popeyGuest17268: and to whom14:52
colsorry, i meant im on 15.04. Should I upgrade to 15.10  or wait for 16.04?14:52
popeycol: i would upgrade to 15.1014:52
popey(then 16.04 in april)14:52
MonkeyDustgmbs  the link is dead14:52
colhow do i see what video driver im using?14:52
colI installed nvidias driver14:53
coli need to remove it14:53
popeycol: glxinfo usually provides copious detail14:53
colthank you14:53
gmbsMonkeyDust, Ok. Change mirrors. Thanks14:53
DJonescol: You'd have to upgrade to 15.10 before you can upgrade to 16.04 when that gets released anyway, you can't go directly from 15.04 to 16.0414:53
popeywell, you can, but we don't recommend it usually  😃14:53
popeyGuest17268: feel free to pm me about the mails you're sending14:54
coland theres no problem with encrypted disks?14:54
ralpheeeecol: thxs...thats what i was asking...14:55
* donangello i sell root rdp host domain14:56
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newsrelayso apearently, most of the worlds goat farmers own ak assult rifles, and aren't terrorists or murderers, but every time they show you a photo of goat farmers, your going to war to further economic slavery for the brittish empire (most of which is despised by most englelanders). What's jeb bush gonna do different? and why are all our presidents CIA\brittishintelligence? How did all the nations of the world all wind up with rectangle flags and brittish pol14:57
MonkeyDustnewsrelay  wrong channel14:57
DJonesnewsrelay: This is Ubuntu support14:57
Kartagiscan I upgrade to 16.04 64 bit from 14.10 32 bit?14:59
MonkeyDustKartagis  fresh install ... 16.04 support in #ubuntu+115:00
kevcIs there any news on CVE-2015-7547? Seems nothing on ubuntu security15:00
ubottu** RESERVED ** This candidate has been reserved by an organization or individual that will use it when announcing a new security problem.  When the candidate has been publicized, the details for this candidate will be provided. (http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2015-7547)15:00
Picikevc: not yet.15:01
hateballKartagis: You can't (easily) switch architecture regardless of release. And 14.10 is EOL as well15:01
DJonesKartagis: http://askubuntu.com/questions/6176/how-do-i-upgrade-from-x86-to-x64-without-losing-settings  Basically just suggests backing up, getting a list of packages already installed, then doing a fresh install with same users15:01
Kartagishateball: 14.04, not 14.1015:02
Kartagissorry, I mistyped15:02
hateballKartagis: Right. Still, it's backup and clean install you're in for15:02
ubottulevister: 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 ».15:02
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fatal4This many users and no action so to speak.15:05
BluesKajfatal4, ask your question to see some action :-)15:06
fatal4Like I said no action here.15:07
MonkeyDustfatal4  this is a support channel, not an action channel15:07
fatal4Action as in what ?15:09
fatal4I meant no muchnyraffic15:09
* donangello irc.darkirc.net15:09
SchrodingersScatmy laptop nic seems to be having errors, but nothing identified by ifconfig as an error, yet my connection to other machines will 'drop' if I'm not actively using it.  Ie, sshfs mount will fail if I mount it then don't traverse in it, or copy files.  If I let it sit for 15 minutes it's dead.  How troubleshoot?15:11
ikoniawhat does the syslog show15:12
ikoniaare you sure it's at your end - and not the remote end15:12
ikoniaare you sure it's not power saving kickig in on either side15:12
MonkeyDustSchrodingersScat  that's called 'keep-alive'15:12
ikoniais it a firewall hitting an idle time out15:12
SchrodingersScatikonia: pretty sure it's not the server side, a remote machine can connect to the same machine indefinitely so long as they're powered on.15:12
SchrodingersScatMonkeyDust: K, so I guess my question is why does my laptop not keep alive.  Is this maybe something in ssh_config or sshd_config?15:13
ikoniassh_config is a client connection, -o keepalive15:13
SchrodingersScatand the connection fails both ways, a reverse tunnel back to the laptop is also erratic.  k, I'll check for that.15:14
ikoniaI'd also be looking at any firewalls it passes through15:14
SchrodingersScatk, added a keepalive.15:16
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raksh93hi does anyone here have experience installing gnome on ubuntu using jhbuild?15:19
fatal4Whats jbuild ?15:21
raksh93its a tool for installing apps15:22
Xero0042To setup an SFTP server, all I have to do is install openssh-server, correct?15:22
fatal4God you ppl15:22
fatal4Answer a damn question.15:23
raksh93can anyone help me on this? http://paste.ubuntu.com/15092361/15:23
MonkeyDustfatal4  sure you want to be here?15:23
fatal4Just use apt-get from the terminal15:23
mark28:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛15:24
mark28_:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛15:24
mark28.,:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛15:24
mark28,:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛15:24
fatal4That guy was mouthy.15:26
fatal4What not to do.15:26
MonkeyDustfatal4  ignore him, he's been attacking the channel since he's got a new boyfriend15:26
deemhi. I'm setting "d-i passwd/make-user boolean false" in my preseed file, but if i boot the installation images it still want's to set up a normal user account. did anything changed in the newer versions of the ubuntu installer?15:27
fatal4Hes gay then ?15:27
fatal4No answer .....shocker15:29
Picilets move on15:29
deemoh. nvm... seems like the installer ignores the whole preseed file oO15:30
andybrineHey Everyone15:30
andybrineQuick question, im using gnome calendar and I cant see the settings option. Does anyone know where I can add calendars?15:31
deemany idea where the installer caches/saves the preseed file after it got retrieved?15:33
threshAny idea when the updated libc6 packages will land for trusty?15:37
Picithresh: unknown as of yet.15:37
threshPici: thanks.15:38
kz_i20me0Hi all15:39
fatal4Trolls in slackware just a heads up15:43
BalTun Hello! I very much need to make SKYPE work to share my desktop environment during the call. Please help!!!15:48
batnixYo dawgs15:49
batnixWhays up dawgs ?15:49
andybrineIs there any way to delete the default calendar in evolution?15:53
xanguaBalTun: contact Microsoft to let them know your issue15:56
Rush2112Hi guys, I'm running Ubuntu on a laptop that I've repeatedly fucked up. Originally it had Windows 8, then I installed Ubuntu with issues, then tried to wipe and go back to Windows, which failed miserably. I have Ubuntu running now, but it's required for me to plug a thumb drive into my computer and mash Esc when the computer boots up, and then boot from the USB (I can remove the USB afterwards and it works fine). I was hoping someone 15:57
Rush2112me figure out why my laptop is so fucky, and if there's a way to restore it to 100% optimization15:57
tewardRush2112: not swearing is a good start15:58
teward!language | Rush211215:58
ubottuRush2112: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList15:58
Rush2112My bad, I'm used to other channels where that's the norm, I'll try not to be profane.15:58
lotuspsychjeRush2112: how about you explain whats wrong with your ubuntu15:58
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Rush2112The thing is that I'm not really sure what's wrong with it, I just know it's not working as well as it could be. Having to boot from USB is a problem, as well as the fact that I get error messages that are seemingly for nothing when I start up. Internet connections may or may not work (I have to just close the laptop lid and open it and hope it fixes itself) as well as things just being weird, I don't know what other way to put it.16:00
Rush2112Is there some kind of diagnostic I can run?16:00
lotuspsychjeRush2112: ubuntu version? is it installed already or are you trying to install?16:01
jak2000hi all16:03
Rush2112It's installed already, I believe, I just have to boot from USB. I have 14.04 LTS16:03
lotuspsychjeRush2112: booting from usb is not an ubuntu problem right, but your bios key16:03
lotuspsychjeRush2112: check the ##hardware channel to enter boot sequence or bios16:04
Rush2112I guess so? I don't know much about BIOS, but my version of Ubuntu still doesn't feel right, certain things don't work (I can never install Flash), sometimes downloads don't work through the Ubuntu Software Center, network connections randomly pop in and out. My computer is slow and sluggish ever since I moved to Ubuntu16:05
lotuspsychjeRush2112: try chromium-browser to play flash16:05
lotuspsychjeRush2112: wifi or cable?16:05
lotuspsychjeRush2112: wifi chipset?16:05
lotuspsychjeRush2112: did you check additional drivers section also, if you have best drivers for your system?16:06
Rush2112I don't know, my point is that my computer has been performing a lot worse ever since I switched from Windows, and I know Ubuntu itsef isn't a bad platform, so I know there's something wrong with my distribution or installation. Is there a diagnostic I can run to see what's wrong with it?16:06
lotuspsychjeRush2112: i advise taking one problem at the time to solve16:07
lotuspsychjeRush2112: sluggish feeling can get caused by several things, so we need to investigate first16:07
lotuspsychjeRush2112: pastebin sudo lshw -C network and sudo lshw -C video would be a good start16:08
Rush2112right, so that's why i was hoping there's a diagnostic I can run to see what's wrong with the system in general16:08
lotuspsychjeRush2112: you can diagnose in the syslog or dmesg16:08
Rush2112Ok, I'm pastebin'ing the results from those sudo commands now.16:09
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Rush2112http://hastebin.com/agatemonum.sm here is the results for network16:11
Rush2112http://hastebin.com/vufikidida.sm and video16:11
lotuspsychjeRush2112: are you up to date also?16:11
lotuspsychjeRush2112: try a sudo apt-get update and sudo apt-get upgrade16:12
Rush2112ok, doing that now16:13
lotuspsychjeRush2112: let me know if it upgrades?16:15
Rush2112oh, eah it's currently upgrading16:15
lotuspsychjeRush2112: ok good, please always keep your system up to date as possible16:15
lotuspsychjeRush2112: after the upgrade: sudo apt-get install chromium-browser preload16:17
lotuspsychjeRush2112: and reboot16:17
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Rush2112will do16:20
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lotuspsychjeRush2112: after the reboot, come back and try to detail one problem at time, to solve ok16:22
lotuspsychjeRush2112: and try your flash sites with chromium16:22
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Rush2112alright, i'll be sure to do that16:23
lotuspsychjeRush2112: your getting system errors at boot also?16:24
Rush2112i think so but i'll make a note if it happens again when i restart16:25
lotuspsychjeRush2112: ok good luck16:25
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bingessdhow to use apparmor and enable it??16:35
lotuspsychjebingessd: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AppArmor16:36
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MonkeyDustbingessd  sudo service apparmor start16:37
lotuspsychjebingessd: man apparmor from terminal is usefull also16:37
bingessdhow to see it's status16:37
jak2000hi all how to use, ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096   ?16:38
MonkeyDustbingessd  service --status-all16:38
jak2000i want use scp command without ask me a password, thanks16:38
cpaelzerjak2000: answer already in #ubuntu-server16:41
guiteHi everyone, I’d like to install perf, which is supposed to be in package linux-tools-common, but my ubuntu doesn’t want me to install it. It says `linux-lts-utopic-tools-3.16.0-34 : Depends: linux-lts-utopic-tools-common but it is not going to be installed`16:42
guiteHave you got a quick workaround ? :)16:42
guiteinstall -f didn’t do better16:42
Rush2112lotuspsychje: I'm at this weird window (my terminal), there's a box that says "Configuring grub-pc", with "GRUB install devices:" underneath. Underneath that are two lines, one of which is "/dev/sda (500107 MB; Hitachi_HTS545050A7E380)", and the other being "- /dev/sda1 (496393 MB /)16:42
bingessdis apparmor enabled by default in ubuntu?16:42
MonkeyDust!utopic | guite16:43
ubottuguite: Ubuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) was the 21st release of Ubuntu.  Support ended on July 23rd, 2015. See !eol, !upgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/utopic16:43
lotuspsychjeRush2112: are you still upgrading, or what are you doing now?16:43
ScMnDakanyone have MRTG insight?16:43
jak2000cpaelzer thanks16:44
MonkeyDustguite  what's the output of   cat /etc/issue16:44
guiteoh god >_M16:44
guiteUbuntu 14.04.3 LTS \n \l16:44
bingessdhow to use rkhunter to delete suspect files after scan16:44
Rush2112lotuspsychje: I was upgrading, and I alt tabbed and did some other stuff. When I came back to check on it, the terminal changed to the box I just told you about16:45
guiteMonkeyDust: do-release-upgrade tells me there aren’t any upgrade available16:45
lotuspsychjeRush2112: let it run the upgrade whatever it shows16:45
MonkeyDustguite  14.04.3 is ok16:45
guitephew \o/16:45
bingessddoes anyone know of rkhunter16:45
guiteso now, what should I do16:46
Rush2112ok but its asking me to install GRUB to devices, should i do that?16:46
MonkeyDustguite  sudo apt install linux-tools-common   does that give the error?16:46
lotuspsychjeRush2112: what does it ask exactly? you had grub running fine before right?16:47
guiteI don’t remember the command for sending messages to ubuntu-paste16:47
MonkeyDustguite  pastebinit16:47
Braybautguite, use pasterbin16:48
Rush2112ok, it says "The GRUB boot loader was previously installed to a disk that is no longer present, or whose unique identifier has changed for some reason. It is important to make usre that the installed GRUB core stays the same..."16:48
guiteMonkeyDust: thanks :)16:48
guiteOK in french :(16:48
MonkeyDustguite  first: sudo apt update16:48
guiteand no, there is no error16:48
guiteI did that already16:48
MonkeyDustguite  i speak and read french ok16:48
guitegood :D16:49
Rush2112ok, i ended up telling it to install to whatever, which its doing so now16:49
lotuspsychjeRush2112: ok16:49
guiteMonkeyDust: so, first I have this -> http://paste.ubuntu.com/15093859/ , then this -> http://paste.ubuntu.com/15093863/16:51
guiteMonkeyDust: I did apt-get update before all that16:51
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lilvimIs Ubuntu 14.04 affected by CVE-2015-7547?16:52
ubuntugeek9anyone having issue with installing chrome stable on Ubuntu 15.1016:52
lotuspsychje!usn | lilvim16:52
ubottulilvim: Please see http://www.ubuntu.com/usn for information about Ubuntu security updates.16:52
ubuntugeek9unable to start gogle chrome16:53
lotuspsychjeubuntugeek9: use chromium-browser on ubuntu instead16:53
ubuntugeek9chromium works well16:53
k1lubuntugeek9: what exact error?16:53
lilvimI have, and it's not listed16:53
ubuntugeek9no error16:53
ubuntugeek9nothing in syslog16:53
ubuntugeek9the icon keeps blinking16:53
ubuntugeek9and after 10 seconds stops blinking16:53
k1lubuntugeek9: does it work in guest mode?16:53
xanguaubuntugeek9: did you try a fresh profile?16:53
ubuntugeek9i just moved to 15.10 from 15.0416:54
OerHekslilvim, no info on that, seems a redhat/opensuse issue16:54
ubuntugeek9it was a fresh install16:54
k1ldoes it work in guest account on your pc?16:54
lilvimOerHeks: they mention glibc since 2.9 affected16:54
ubuntugeek9no ot does not ork in guest account16:55
Picililvim: the fix is in-progress currently.16:55
k1lubuntugeek9: remove the " /home/USERNAME/.config/google-chrome/" folder16:55
lilvimok, thanks16:55
ubuntugeek9let me try16:55
Picililvim: being tested by the developer.  http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2015/CVE-2015-7547.html16:55
lilvimThanks again!16:55
ScMnDakif I updated my MRTG config file, how do I stop and restart MRTG to incorporate new changes?16:55
PiciOerHeks: see above as well.16:56
ubuntugeek9do i remove the folder and re-install chrome16:56
Guest48968do you know how to install kali on ununtu?16:59
Braybautnot possible, kali linux is distributions based in Debian16:59
Braybautyou can install packages of kali linux in Ubuntu16:59
Guest48968can you help me on that?17:00
Tobias92I have a deployment of Ubuntu on several machines. Home directories are mounted over NFS. About 3-4 times a week a machine completely locks up and only rebooting will make it responsive. The syslog says "VFS: file-max limit 317907 reached" (or thereabout). I have not been able to identify a single process that uses too many file handles. Does anybody have a suggestion?17:00
Guest48968you can install packages of kali linux in Ubuntu can you help me on that?17:00
k1lGuest48968: what program do you need?17:01
Guest48968really i need them all.17:01
k1lok, that sounds like you will want to use kali anyway, and not ubuntu.17:01
MyrttiBraybaut, Guest48968: installing kali apps into ubuntu is calling for trouble, it's not only once I've seen people just end up in an irredeemable mess that can't be fixed17:01
MarderIIITobias: Checked with lsof I presume?17:02
Myrttiif you need kali apps, install kali17:02
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k1land if you dont know which apps you need, you dont want to mess with an ubuntu install anyway17:02
Guest48968about that. when i try to making it into dual boot my usb dont pop up17:02
BraybautMyrtti, if use repository of Kalinux for install packages in ubuntu, it present problems17:02
lotuspsychjeGuest48968: or install available pentesting apps from ubuntu repos17:02
MyrttiBraybaut: yes. I don't understand why you suggested it17:03
BraybautGuest48968, the best is install kali linux in other partitions or use in liveCD17:03
k1lBraybaut: stop! dont do that17:03
k1lBraybaut: it will mix debian packages with ubuntu ones and will change the lsb_release to kali which breaks ubuntu updates.17:03
Guest48968@k1l Unbuntu good in all but im not a fan of it17:04
BraybautMyrtti, ok :)17:04
MyrttiGuest48968: then install kali - end of troubles and you get what you want.17:05
Braybautk1l, I 'm not saying that, the best is install kali linux (distro) not packages of kali linux from repository in ubuntu17:06
Braybautk1l, the best is install Kali linux or use liveCD17:06
fission6whats a recommended process manager tool? upstart?17:06
coffeemughi is there an issue with gtx 960 and installation?17:06
k1lBraybaut: sorry, missread one word and it looked to me you were suggesting. sorry.17:06
lotuspsychjecoffeemug: wich ubuntu version are you on?17:06
Braybautk1l, although is posible install these packages from repository the ubuntu, example emmmm nmap17:07
k1lfission6: upstart for 14.04. since 15.04 its systemd17:07
coffeemugoh sorry, um 14.04.317:07
Tobias92MarderIII, sorry I missed your message there. Yes, I did. I even had a script log the top 10 in lsof to a file every minute, that didn't get me any spike. I also found an old post on Stack Overflow which suggested it had something to do with NFSv4, but switching back to NFSv3 didn't make a difference.17:07
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fission6k1l: whats sudo service nginx stop, is that upscript?17:07
fission6that pattern17:07
lotuspsychjecoffeemug: as your card is pretty new, you could try 15.10 perhaps17:07
Braybautk1l, jejej ok :)17:07
coffeemugaah okies thanks lotuspsychje17:08
Guest48968Thanks guys just got my other pc going to install kali on it :) Thanks17:08
k1lfission6: that is upstart17:08
BraybautGuest48968, excelent =D17:08
lotuspsychjecoffeemug: or try the daily image from 16.04 see #ubuntu+117:08
fission6thanks k1l17:08
MarderIIITobias92 My bad,didnt type your handle correctly17:08
thmsHi. I am using ubuntu server 15, and when installing nginx I get this: http://pastebin.com/raw/GcB3i8Wk17:09
coffeemugok thanks lotuspsychje17:09
thmsThe server is a brand new install, what's wrong with it ?17:09
k1lthms: what does systemctl status nginx.service bring you?17:09
thmsk1l: ho it ails to bind on port 8017:10
thmsdue to apache2 I guess17:11
lokienhello. how can I get my wacom tablet's led displays to work?17:14
MarderIIITobias92 more likely to be a kernel/module problem. Im not on a linux machine right now, but have seen that error before17:14
lokienwacom intuos 4 wl.17:14
A7681-uest:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛17:15
lotuspsychjelokien: can this help? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wacom/LatestDriver17:15
A7681-uest..:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛17:15
A7681-uest.,:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛17:15
ubuntugeek9no joy @k1l17:15
A7681-uest:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛17:15
A7681-uest.,:) The moderator k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C UNT :)  :)㋛17:15
bithoni'm trying to compile 4.4.1 on ubuntu and I get ‘-fstack-protector-strong’, and I have all of the required dependacies install17:16
bithonit's an error from gcc17:16
MarderIIIlovely 😕17:16
lokienlotuspsychje: thanks, I will try that :)17:16
Braybautbithon, show in pastebin please17:16
bithonsure, one second.17:16
lilvimTobias92: You have to reboot the NFS server or the clients? You might have a leak. Since you mentioned home directories. If they're workstations, maybe a browser and it's cache, etc, is opening all those files.17:17
MoPacHello. I'm wondering if there is a way to put some dead space to the left of the launcher icons in Unity7 (whether actual extra pixels or just area on the icons where a click/touch would be ignored?)  With my touchscreen and desktop wall, it's a bit irritating at the moment where the UI doesn't know whether it wants to edge  flip or pick up and move a launcher icon17:17
Tobias92MarderIII, that sounds plausible too. I wish I had a way to diagnose it properly though! I'm not running any special modules (besides maybe a radeon driver?)17:17
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Tobias92lilvim, it's the clients I have to reboot; the server appears to be doing just fine. Also, we *do* have a local override that limits the amount of filesystem cache available to Chrome, but my first guess is that that could only limit the number of files open, right?17:19
lilvimWhat is output of cat /proc/sys/fs/file-max on the clients?17:20
Tobias92lilvim, it's at 31790717:21
bithonBraybaut: http://termbin.com/wayt17:21
lokienlotuspsychje: it has crashed :(17:21
lotuspsychjeMoPac: did you try making the icons bigger?17:21
Tobias92lilvim, also, "sudo lsof | wc -l" gives me 74744 on a running system, so it's still a ways to go I'd say?17:21
lotuspsychjelokien: tryed a reboot?17:21
angrywombatis there a decent command line virus scanner i can use? need to scan a windows drive i popped in17:22
lokienlotuspsychje: I'll purge it, reinstall, and reboot17:22
lotuspsychje!info clamav | angrywombat17:22
ubottuangrywombat: clamav (source: clamav): anti-virus utility for Unix - command-line interface. In component main, is optional. Version 0.98.7+dfsg-0ubuntu4 (wily), package size 96 kB, installed size 718 kB17:22
Braybautbithon, is error of gcc, it is based in some tuto ?17:22
lokienlotuspsychje: still, error. fingers crossed and reboot17:22
MoPaclotuspsychje: They're already at 40 or so. The issue isn't their absolute size -- it's that they fill the space all the way to the left of the screen (more or less). So they butt into the edge area that is used for edge flipping to the workspace to the left17:23
lilvimTobias92: can't confirm lsof output will match exactly the numbe you're worried about that17:24
lotuspsychjeMoPac: not sure then, perhaps play with ccsm and unity tweaking?17:24
bithonBraybaut: what do you mean ? yeah the error is coming from gcc obviously17:24
lilvimTobias92: cat /proc/sys/fs/file-nr17:24
lilvimThe first number in that output is the number of open file handles, the third number is the max17:24
Tobias92lilvim, ah, of course; that one's even lower: 3635217:24
lilvimTobias92: https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/5/html/Tuning_and_Optimizing_Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux_for_Oracle_9i_and_10g_Databases/chap-Oracle_9i_and_10g_Tuning_Guide-Setting_File_Handles.html17:25
bithonBraybaut: I'm trying to compile kernel on my ubuntu server for my arch linux laptopt17:25
lilvimThat's a redhat link, but has info that would apply to kernel parameter17:25
bithonit compiles fine on laptop but it's too slow17:25
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lokienlotuspsychje: only two kernel panics! displays still not working.17:26
lilvimTobias92: I would watch that first number and see how it increases, and where it is when you start to see the VFS messages. You can then try killing some processes to see if they clear up?17:26
bithonso.. does anyone know why gcc is being a derp17:27
Tobias92lilvim, thanks, I'll try that; going to try and get munin on these machines as well so I can automate this17:27
lotuspsychjelokien: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wacom17:27
bithonI installed the latest version from the ubuntu's offical repo17:27
bithonor rather the latest one provided by the cannonical17:27
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lotuspsychje!latest | bithon17:27
ubottubithon: 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.17:27
MarderIIIlilvim thanks for that link. that knowledge has sunk to far away 😕17:27
lilvimTobias92: you probably read this link too already, but here it is: https://serverfault.com/questions/235059/vfs-file-max-limit-1231582-reached17:28
lokienlotuspsychje: I mean.. it is  working properly, besides these displays. and there is no info about them on that page17:28
lilvimTobias92: like you said, could be an NFS locking bug.17:28
lotuspsychjelokien: not sure then mate17:29
Tobias92lilvim, indeed, I found that one too. Since switching to NFSv3 didn't make a difference, maybe I'll try disable locking (although that sounds like something I don't want to do)17:29
lokienlotuspsychje: found something here - http://linuxwacom.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Wacom_Tablet_Set_Up , I'll try that.17:30
jgornickHey folks, inside an interfaces pre-start stanza, is there a way that I could have a command wait for a particular command to return with an exit code of 0? For example: pre-up for i in {1..60}; do sudo mmcli -m 0 && break || sleep 1; done; Essentially, I want to run the following stanzas until this returns with a status code of 0.17:30
lokienlotuspsychje: erm.. it should be in the kernel. from 3.2. eh.17:31
MonkeyDustjgornick  better ask in #bash17:32
bithonlotuspsychje: sure but that doesn't solve my problem17:32
jgornickMonkeyDust: Thanks!17:32
lotuspsychjebithon: re-ask your issue here once in a while all in one line, to get it solved17:33
bithonsure. i get odd error from gcc when I attempt to compile 4.4.1 from source. i am running ubuntu 14.04 with latest build-essential and all dependancies installed. This is the error I get: termbin.com/wayt17:34
bithonwhat am I doing wrong ?17:34
lotuspsychjebithon: whats the reason you dont use gcc version for 14.04?17:35
bithonlotuspsychje: I do use the one from build-essential.17:37
chelohi guys, someone who is good on LibreOffice?17:37
lotuspsychjechelo: #libreoffice17:38
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musicgeekHi, I need assistance installing Ubuntu on a boot drive and using a separate internal drive as storage. I have no idea what do do in terms of partitions, mount points or file systems. I have a 120GB SSD for my boot drive and 1TB hard drive as my storage drive.17:42
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: use the ubuntu auto partitioning17:43
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: i would auto partition the ssd for ubuntu, after install you can format your external hd, to whatever you like17:44
musicgeeklotuspsychje: is that the option that says install Ubuntu over the existing operating system?17:44
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: that depends, what you want to do? singleboot? dualboot?17:45
musicgeekSIngle boot, I just want to boot Ubuntu off the SSD and use the other internal HDD for mass storage.17:45
chelowinblow on same HD?17:45
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: ok then install ubuntu yes, over the previous Os17:45
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: and make sure you select your ssd drive as target17:46
musicgeekThanks, will do. Then do i just format the other drive in gparted once the installation is finished?17:46
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: yes17:46
musicgeekThank you!17:47
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: wich ssd brand is this?17:47
musicgeekSandisk SSD plus.17:47
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: ok, before install make sure you have latest firmware on it17:47
musicgeekI've already checked with Sandisk SSD dashboard and it has the latest firmware17:48
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: ok mate, all good and welcome to the ubuntu community17:48
lotuspsychjemusicgeek: for more boost, install preload also after install17:48
musicgeekThank you again, I will go ahead and install now17:49
jgcampbell300anyone around here use scrapy17:59
MonkeyDustjgcampbell300  ask your question and wait18:00
jmg8766join #physics18:00
jgcampbell300I need help with a xpath I cant get right ... /html/body/div[2]/table/tbody/tr[4]/td[2]/table/tbody/tr[1]/td[2]/font[1] Im pretty sure its a problem with tbody but I cant find a refrence to help18:02
MonkeyDustjgcampbell300  is that python?18:03
cheloyep it is18:04
MonkeyDustthere's also #python18:04
jgcampbell300ahh good thinking18:04
jgcampbell300ill ask over there18:05
manoxwhy the f**k the greatest linux distro has repository least updated packages???insane ......18:09
MonkeyDustmanox  language18:10
MonkeyDust!latest | manox here's why18:10
ubottumanox here's why: 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.18:10
cortexmani have a fatal conflict between kde-config-telepathy-accounts and accounts-plugin-google after installing kubuntu18:11
ricardNeedless clean printer cartridges after filling?18:11
MonkeyDustricard  that's for #ubuntu-offtopic18:12
jgcampbell300 /msg NickServ VERIFY REGISTER jgcampbell300 qheecezrbwjm18:13
raksh93hi i am trying to install gnome-calendar on ubutnu 15.10  using jhbuild and it says libsystemd-journal is missing18:13
raksh93does anyone know what package this corresponds to in 15.10?18:13
ioria!info libsystemd-journal018:14
ubottuPackage libsystemd-journal0 does not exist in wily18:14
ioria!info libsystemd-journal0 trusty18:14
ubottulibsystemd-journal0 (source: systemd): systemd journal utility library. In component main, is extra. Version 204-5ubuntu20.18 (trusty), package size 52 kB, installed size 184 kB (Only available for linux-any)18:14
xfceoneAuto Ethernet not working how to fix?18:15
reisioxfceone: using an ordinary ethernet connection?18:16
xfceonebut I tried to connect a wifi router18:16
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xfceoneauto ethernet not connecting18:17
ioriaraksh93, maybe you need the -dev package18:18
ioria!info libsystemd-journal-dev18:18
ubottuPackage libsystemd-journal-dev does not exist in wily18:18
ioriaraksh93, nope, sorry18:19
raksh93ubottu i couldn't follow. what package am i supposed to install exactly?18:19
ubotturaksh93: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)18:19
raksh93ioria tried that already doesnt work18:19
ioriaraksh93, yep18:20
honigkuchenI have a fw script in /etc/init.d/firewall.sh and when I edit it and then do service firewall.sh restart it tells me I shall do systemctl daemon-reload but it only works with /etc/init.d/firewall.sh restart and not with service firewall.sh restart18:22
honigkuchenwhat am I doing wrong?18:22
ioria!info libsystemd-dev18:22
ubottulibsystemd-dev (source: systemd): systemd utility library - development files. In component main, is optional. Version 225-1ubuntu9 (wily), package size 124 kB, installed size 520 kB (Only available for linux-any)18:22
ioriaraksh93, i think has been replaced by libsystemd-dev  , but not sure18:22
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raksh93ioria i have that installed18:24
raksh93this is what i am getting18:24
raksh93 libsystemd-journal (libsystemd-journal.pc, required=201)18:24
LynoureIs there an ETA for patch for CVE-2015-7547 for Trusty?18:25
ioriaraksh93, gnome-calendar is in the repo, anyways18:25
PiciLynoure: its still being worked on. No eta as of yet.18:25
LynourePici: Thanks, I guess I'll hang on here till then.18:26
honigkuchenwhere elsewhere could I ask my question? I don't know how I google for it best!18:26
PiciLynoure: http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2015/CVE-2015-7547.html also has up-to-date information.18:27
raksh93ioria ah, yes. thanks18:27
ioriaraksh93, no problem18:27
SonikkuAmericaHello everyone. I'm kind of stuck here. My poor computer was subject to a power outage, and now the kernel is panicking on boot. What should I do?18:34
SonikkuAmerica(14.04.3, btw)18:34
EriC^^SonikkuAmerica: what message does it say?18:34
SonikkuAmericaAttempted to kill the idle task18:34
k1lSonikkuAmerica: try the older kernel?18:34
EightynineHi, I'm using Kubuntu 15.10 and it hangs during reboot or shutdown.18:35
SonikkuAmericak1l, OK, I'll give it a go...18:35
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honigkuchenok I found out that it is about systemd so I ask in #systemd18:35
LynourePici: What's "DNE" on that page? My best guess is "does not exist" but the exploit report says "Our initial investigations showed that the issue affected all the versions of glibc since 2.9", so I'm probably wrong.18:38
jamie1hey is it possible to install ubuntu on an idiot stick with a zsync iso then update the idiot sticks content via zsync for a testing enviroment?18:39
EightynineWhat about my problem? It stucks at nmbd. I disabled Plymouth because it was buggy and it's booting in text mode but when I reboot or shutdown it can show blank screen.18:39
PiciLynoure: does not exist.  I'm not sure of the specifics though18:41
SonikkuAmericak1l: Looks like everything's good now18:41
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LynourePici: ah, got it now. :)18:51
satinder_Hi there have any one can can help me ??18:51
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satinder_I have problem and I want ask18:52
Lynouresatinder_: you just type it and ask.18:52
streulmaI must disable KMS for Radeon X700. If I set nomodeset in grub I get black screen, with radeon.modeset=0 vga=771 screen is garbage. What can I do to disable KMS?18:52
satinder_How I can access my ubuntu machine at any where in the world without public ip18:53
satinder_is it possible or not ??18:53
satinder_please somebody help me18:53
crayonhas a patch been rolled for cve-2015-7547?18:54
k1lcrayon: use cve search on ubuntu.com/usn for details18:54
compdocsatinder_, you need a domain name18:54
crayonso annoying18:54
richardjssatinder_, you'll need a machine with a public IP at some point, whether it be a router forwarding to your machine, a server you tunnel to, or whatever18:55
EriC^^crayon: that doesn't exist18:55
chudlerhttp://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2015/CVE-2015-7547.html seems that it has not???18:55
crayonwhat do you mean EriC^^ ?18:55
dreamonI want to show all (later rm) all files that starts with "-".mp in filename → find /media/music -regex '^[-]*.mp3' -exec echo {}  \; → but this dont work .. why?18:56
satinder_richardjs : you mean without public ip I can't do it18:56
k1lchudler: crayon last info was its in testings not to break other stuff18:56
crayonty k1l18:56
crayonhowd you get that status?18:57
compdocsatinder_, what makes you think you dont have a public ip?18:57
k1lcrayon: someone related to the security team told me.18:57
satinder_compdoc : yes I don't have18:58
satinder_I have a just device ip which is a local address18:58
richardjssatinder_ At least as far as I know. It might depend on your setup.18:58
compdocsatinder_, you are using a corporate network or something? You dont have your own isp connection?18:59
satinder_and that can not be access outside of local network18:59
satinder_compdoc : I have just a airtel internet broadband18:59
satinder_I have not any public ip18:59
richardjssatinder_ You're connecting through some sort of router, then, right?19:00
satinder_richardjs : yes I have a airtel modem or a router19:00
richardjssatinder_ OK. Under normal circumstances, your router then has a public IP. Past your router is the local network with the local addresses.19:01
richardjssatinder_ The normal thing to do is to set up your router to forward what ports you need access to from the public network to your local machine19:02
satinder_richardjs : i don't now how I can do that19:03
richardjsBut your router should have a public IP address. Google "ip address" to see it.19:03
richardjssatinder_ Well, unfortunately different routers have different ways of doing it. Try googling your router manufacturer + "port forwarding"19:04
ubottuFor instructions on how to set up port-forwarding (for games, torrents, webservers) see http://portforward.com - also see !firewall19:04
richardjs^ ty19:04
satinder_richardjs  : that is my public ip19:04
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richardjs(Oh, and you typically want to be a little protective of your public IP. It's somewhat sensitive information.)19:05
richardjs(If for nothing else that it points directly to your local network, although if your router is doing its job that should be protected.)19:05
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satinder_richardjs : what I can do for access it publically19:06
MonkeyDustsatinder_  do you know what NAT is?19:06
richardjssatinder_ see the instructions above related to port-forwarding (http://portforward.com)19:07
satinder_MonkeyDust : I don't know19:07
satinder_richardjs : with port forwording , I can access my machine anywhere19:07
richardjssatinder_ Yeah, but there's a few complications. If you're on a consumer ISP plan, your public IP address might change occasionally (like if you restart your router). Also, some ISPs might even block standard SSH (although I've never encountered that).19:09
MonkeyDustsatinder_  your pc has a public ip address and a local ip address ... NAT 'translates' the public to the local ip address19:09
satinder_MonkeyDust and richardjs : according to my knowledge if we buy public ip from vendor then we can access machine anywhere19:11
satinder_but i don't buy that public ip19:11
satinder_I just type on google what is my public ip19:11
EightyninePlease, help me19:11
satinder_and google show me19:11
kjsgss06satinder_ that is pretty common to buy the public IP so it doesn't change. You should still be able to access your public IP but the risk is that it will change19:11
MonkeyDustsatinder_  true, it costs money, it's for enterprises etc19:11
kamilHello, when I type two characters in the terminal, it automatically sends the command. Why does it happen?19:12
satinder_ok sir you mean which public ip show by google to me19:12
satinder_that is access able but that is not static19:12
MonkeyDustkamil  it's called autocomplete, saves you typing work19:12
satinder_that will be changed19:13
satinder_am i right ??19:13
MonkeyDustsatinder_  your public ip address changes every 24 or 48h hours or so19:13
kamilMonkeyDust: how can I turn it off in KDE terminal?19:13
kjsgss06satinder_ yes it can be changed. Usually depends on the ISP, sometimes they don't change very often. But if you frequenetly disonnect or shut off the device it may change everytime19:13
satinder_MonkeyDust and kjsgss06 : if I buy it then ??19:14
MonkeyDustkamil  never tried to truen it off and i don't use kde19:14
kjsgss06satinder_ if you buy it it'll remain permanent. That's the service you're paying for among other things19:14
MonkeyDustsatinder_  contact your ISP if you want to buy ab ip address19:14
kamilMonkeyDust: ok then, thanks for showing me what's the issue though, now I just need to find how to switch it off :)19:15
satinder_MonkeyDust and kjsgss06 : but before buying it i want to do a experiment first19:15
kjsgss06satinder_ the company I work for charges a one time fee of 500USD for a static IP addres19:15
satinder_access my machine remotely19:16
satinder_with my current dynamic public ip19:16
satinder_so please you guys help me19:16
kjsgss06satinder_ that's largerly going to depend on your equipment or router. It can often be found under PAT (port address translation) or NAT (network address translation)19:17
kjsgss06satinder_ I'd google the manufacturer of your router to see what the instructions are19:17
satinder_any tutorial19:17
MonkeyDustsatinder_  yes, on portforwarding;com19:18
satinder_thanks sir :)19:18
BarnacleBobis there an update for CVE-2015-7547 in 14.04 yet?19:19
kamilOk so I tried using Konsole, Eterm and Uxterm and every emulator sends a command after typing two characters, making me unable to use VPCS...19:21
sweeper_hi. my (l)ubuntu 14.04 has been swapping for the last 20 minutes and does not react to mouse / keyboard input. the hard disk is running. what can i do?19:22
MonkeyDustsweeper_ hard reboot (button) and turn off swap19:23
sweeper_is there a chance of data corruption if i just turn it off now?19:24
reisioBarnacleBob: can always build it yourself19:24
reisioBarnacleBob: which one must do from time to time anyway19:24
baizonBarnacleBob: http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2015/CVE-2015-7547.html19:24
reisiosweeper_: what makes you think it's swapping?19:24
BarnacleBobbaizon, ah thanks for that19:24
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BarnacleBobreisio, heh, i think i can wait before i update 300 instances19:25
sweeper_reisio the ram was quite full and i was closing some tabs before. what else could make it so unresponsive with HD activity?19:25
reisiofull ram you say? :D19:26
reisioho grub19:26
reisiohi, even19:26
maheshthere is any command to know about running processes and to know its pid19:27
reisiopgrep, ps19:28
bekksmahesh: Oh, there are, quite a few.19:28
grubigi want to add i915.preliminary_hw_supprt=1 to grub. i think it should come where the UUIDs are listed. /etc/default/grub does not contain such info. Must I add it to /boot/grub/grub.cfg to add that line permanently?19:28
MonkeyDustmahesh  ps -e19:28
sweeper_i know the behavior from my other older ubuntu install, but there the swapping finishes after a few minutes at most, reisio19:29
maheshmonkeydust i used echo $$ ..but iam not able to find which pid that was19:29
maheshbekks yes please tell me19:29
reisiogrubig: you can always add it to grub.cfg for a test, and once you're sure which line, figure out how to add it more elegantly19:29
reisiosweeper_: how much ram you got?19:29
reisiosweeper_: how much swap?19:29
bekksmahesh: reisio just told you.19:30
kamilAny tips about my issue? It's very urgent, I need to get VPCS working in like under half an hour and I'm stuck with that dumb bug19:30
grubigreisio: why do i need "elegance" ?19:30
sweeper_reisio: on this machine 3gb ram, 1,5gb swap19:30
maheshbekks it is showing command not found19:30
bekksmahesh: When typing what?19:31
maheshbekks pgrep19:31
reisiogrubig: dunno, why?19:31
bekksmahesh: then try "ps"19:31
maheshps is working fine19:31
reisiogrubig: what you need is a solution to Ubuntu automatically updating grub.cfg19:31
MonkeyDustmahesh  what are you trying to do or find out19:31
reisioto which there is, at least: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2#Custom_Menu_Entries19:32
grubigreisio, so if i added it to grub.cfg it wont be permanent?19:32
krobzaurhello all! Does anyone know if there is a bug fix for the inability to resize fat32 filesystems in gnu parted/gparted for 14.04?19:32
grubigthis is what my grb contains, but it doesnt seem to work, that line GRUB_DEFAULT=0 GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=0 GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT_QUIET=true GRUB_TIMEOUT=10 GRUB_DISTRIBUTOR=`lsb_release -i -s 2> /dev/null || echo Debian` GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash i915.preliminary_hw_support=1" GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX=""19:32
maheshmonkeydust : i wanted to know info about resource limits19:33
reisiogrubig: not on Ubuntu, no it wouldn't be19:34
jamie1hey i am trying to create a bootable idiot stick, i formated it to ext4 and when i pull up the startup disk creator it says there is 0 space free on it, and when i try to click the erase button to make it so i can flash it to the drive it gives me https://pastebin.mozilla.org/885995119:34
maheshin iphone if we set date as 1st jan 1970 after rebooting the iphone is not working ..why like that ..any bugs or?19:37
grubigreisio: WHAT WOULDNT BE ON uBUNTU? that line working here? will it work if i add it in grub.cfg?19:38
sweeper_what can that computer do for almost 40 minutes now? hard drive is still running19:38
reisiogrubig: you can alter grub.cfg all you want, but Ubuntu changes it when you update grub19:39
reisiogrubig: for other solutions, see the custom entries link I gave19:39
reisioBingo_: hi19:39
Bingo_Live DVD install 14.04LTS, from try.. put Ubuntu on side by side with 10.  But, the install used wubi, and it broken.19:39
grubigreisio: so everytime there is a new kernel is installed, ubuntu changes grub.cfg back after the restart i assume?19:39
Bingo_So, Windows won't run wubildr.mbr19:40
reisiogrubig: before, I would think19:40
MonkeyDustsweeper_  hard reboot, then troubleshoot what went wrong19:40
grubigreisio, thanks, so where is the file i have to edit to have a permanent i915.preliminary_hw_supprt=1 for my graphics, do you know?19:42
sweeper__I've waited for 40 minutes now, seems like the swapping (or whatever it is) will not end. is there a graceful way to shut it down?19:42
Bingo_I got a look at my problem for two weeks, and wonder what would happen if I could point windows 10 only at grub219:42
MonkeyDust!reisub | sweeper__ try this19:43
ubottusweeper__ try this: In an emergency, you may be able to shutdown cleanly and reboot by holding down Alt+PrintScreen and typing, in succession, R, E, I, S, U and B. For an explanation, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key19:43
Bingo_u want see my paste @ ?19:45
sweeper__thanks, it rebooted MonkeyDust19:45
Bingo_First, I am upset.  The installer did this from the live ISO.. now I dunno what to do best19:47
MonkeyDustsweeper__  after login, open a terminal and type   sudo swapoff -a ... not sure yet if swap was the problem, but this way, you're more at ease19:47
dsockwellIs Ubuntu planning to drop a patched glibc? Debian already has theirs - https://security-tracker.debian.org/tracker/CVE-2015-754719:48
sweeper__MonkeyDust: thanks, but what happens if I run out of RAM without swap?19:48
MonkeyDustsweeper__  let's find out19:48
Picidsockwell: at last check, it was still being worked on: http://ubottu.com/y/cve2015754719:49
MonkeyDustsweeper__  how much RAM is there19:49
sweeper__3gb MonkeyDust19:49
dsockwellPici: thank you19:50
cristian_cI've to convert a sysv/upstart daemon to a systemd service19:50
dsockwelli was afraid someone did the same thing i did and assume it's GHOST from exactly 1 year ago with the same headlines19:50
grubigor do i have to run sudo update-grub19:51
cristian_cI've read the migration documentation but I need to get information about some field values of the .service file19:52
Bingo_finally flavors got on the page.19:52
Bingo_WHY is wubi in the iso at all ?19:53
streulmawhere can I download fglrx-legacy ?19:53
cristian_cI need to know what value to use in Type= field and what value in After= field19:53
popeyBingo_: it's just a simple bootstrap now19:53
cristian_cAny ideas how to retrieve these?19:53
MonkeyDustcristian_c  there's also #upstart19:54
cristian_cMonkeyDust: ok19:55
Bingo_popey, my win10 wont chainload wubibldr,mbr so I have a black screen, says to escape.. then efi to choose what to start up19:55
Bingo_BootResults saying wubi broke19:56
Bingo_mm hm19:57
MonkeyDustBingo_  avoid wubi19:57
sweeper__btw. maybe someone can add to ubottu that REISUB should be keyed in slowly.19:57
Bingo_mm hmm too late the iso did this19:57
ubottuIn an emergency, you may be able to shutdown cleanly and reboot by holding down Alt+PrintScreen and typing, in succession, R, E, I, S, U and B. For an explanation, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key19:57
MonkeyDust!wubi > Bingo_19:58
ubottuBingo_, please see my private message19:58
ioriacristian_c,   https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Packaging:Systemd19:58
dax!sysrq =~ s/, in succession,/ slowly, in succession,/19:58
Bingo_ what?19:58
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Bingo_MonkeyDust - yea, well.. whatta i need to do? I didn't do this, the iso did it19:59
Bray90820Does ubuntu need a /boot20:00
MonkeyDustBingo_  did what? wubi is a windows application20:00
Bingo_I ran the install from in the cd. that was done.  then on using win10, I selected ubuntu from the choices, and it won't run wubildr.mbr20:01
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ivan_on_tracI have very large dead.letter file (37G). You can disable this file? Or set up a rotation for this file?20:02
EriC^^Bray90820: yeah20:02
MonkeyDustBingo_  no, insert the cd, reboot, select the boot device (F12 or so)20:02
daxlkjtre: yes?20:02
Bray90820EriC^^: I have herd some people don't run a /boot anymore20:03
Bingo_I have tried to run the try-live, and it works.  Do I re-install ubuntu again with the iso to fix win10?20:03
EriC^^Bray90820: why not?20:04
MonkeyDustBingo_  whatg was your initial question, what brings you here20:04
bekksBray90820: It may be not needed nowadays, but it simplifies a lot if things.20:04
Bray90820Does /boot need to be a primary partition?20:05
EriC^^Bray90820: are you talking about a separate boot partition, or just without the actual /boot dir?20:05
reisioexcluding U/EFI requirements, GNU/Linux doesn't care about partition type20:05
Bingo_win10 won't load ubuntu14.04, I get a black screen with the problem text, so I escape, and the EFI lets me select which OS.  So, wubi is broken20:05
Bray90820EriC^^: a secret boot partition20:06
MonkeyDustBingo_  yes, wubi is to be avoided, don't use it, install ubuntu on its own partition20:06
Bingo_Monkey, I did not install ubuntu, the CD iso did it20:07
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Bray90820EriC^^:A SEPRET boot partition20:07
MonkeyDustBingo_  in windows, delete wubi and then reboot from the live cd20:07
MonkeyDustBingo_  so you don't need windows anymore20:08
Bingo_ur, sayin' to install again ??20:08
Bray90820Finally it's spelled right20:08
EriC^^Bray90820: yeah a separate boot partition isn't needed, and it doesn't have to be primary20:08
QiBEcan i ask  something ?20:08
Bray90820EriC^^: Can I remove it after ubuntu is installed?20:08
dsockwellQiBE: just ask next time20:09
MonkeyDustBingo_  wubi is a pseudo installaion, it's a windows app, you didnt install ubuntu yet20:09
EriC^^Bray90820: yeah, but ubuntu doesn't make one anyways, it puts /boot on the root partition, unless you use LVM20:09
QiBEIs it possible to setup a privat channel on the xchat so my friend can talk ? just asking20:09
Bray90820EriC^^: So the one I created isn't even being used?20:09
EriC^^Bray90820: you manually partitioned?20:10
Bray90820EriC^^: I did20:10
Bingo_Monkey, so you tell me, to remove wubi.. then put the Unity cd in the drive to boot it, and install from the cd again?20:10
EriC^^Bray90820: then it's being used20:10
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SomelauwWhen having an external screen connected, how to get the sound out of the external screen not the laptop?20:11
QiBEso :I ?20:11
Bray90820Then I'll just reinstall ubuntu without the /boot it's not a big deal20:11
OerHeksQiBE, sure, read about it https://blog.freenode.net/2008/04/registering-a-channel-on-freenode/ old but still valid20:11
Bray90820EriC^^: Thanks for your helo20:11
EriC^^Somelauw: settings > sound choose the external screen maybe20:11
EriC^^Bray90820: np20:11
MonkeyDustBingo_  'again'? is ubuntu already on it's own partiton, without going via windows? if so, why are you still using wubi?20:11
Bingo_ubuntu 14.04 is installed cas It runs from the hard drive, but windows wont load it cas windows can't find, or use wubildr.mbr20:12
MonkeyDustBingo_  you want windows to use the installed ubuntu?20:14
Bingo_Monkey, I have a paste ... up already.. of my bootloader20:14
faernHi, I'm sorry if I'm person number one million to ask this today, but will there be a fix for CVE-2015-7547 in the repos soon?20:14
MonkeyDustBingo_  you use OR windows OR ubuntu, not both20:14
MonkeyDustBingo_  ok, paster the url here20:14
faernRegarding the neews here: https://googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.de/2016/02/cve-2015-7547-glibc-getaddrinfo-stack.html20:15
Bingo_yea , not both.. but win10 wont start.. let me select, and chainload ubuntu20:15
Picifaern: its being tested, I don't have an eta yet.20:15
OerHeksfaern, see http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2015/CVE-2015-7547.html20:15
faernPici: Ok. Thank you for the info!20:15
MonkeyDustBingo_  are you struggling with grub?20:15
MonkeyDustBingo_  ok, that makes it clear ... sda3 is the culprit ... have never seen that, tho20:18
QiBEI still don't know how and that on https://blog.freenode.net/2008/04/registering-a-channel-on-freenode/ is for me very confusing20:19
MonkeyDustBingo_  now you know why nobody likes wubi20:19
PiciQiBE: Please use #freenode for questions about this irc network.20:19
Bingo_Oh ye, But it used to be okie.20:19
dsockwellscreaming won't help.20:20
QiBEi know : /20:21
PiciQiBE: You're in #ubuntu right now. As I said you need to /join #freenode for help about the freenode network.20:21
EriC^^Bingo_: do you have a windows cd?20:21
Bingo_MonkeyDust, I see where I cannot re-install grub2, cas that would kill win10.  So, I think I will follow what you said... Yes I have recovery and can get a usb stick also for windows10.20:22
QiBEone part of brain : aha okay gana try that  /  other part of the brain : what ????20:22
Bingo_EriC^^  I have the set of disk made by win1020:23
OerHeksQiBE, join #freenode for setting up a private channel20:23
EriC^^Bingo_: put it in the pc and go to startup repair20:23
EriC^^or command prompt then type bootrec /fixmbr20:23
QiBEgana try i just type /join #freenode20:24
Bingo_EriC^^ what will happen?20:24
EriC^^it'll fix the win10 boo20:24
Bingo_Uh, well windows boots. Ubuntu boots.  Just that windows wont chainload ubuntu20:25
EriC^^windows can't chainload ubuntu i think20:26
EriC^^that's just for wubi20:26
Bingo_Oh, and I have to select ubuntu on the efi page, and again with grub2 that asks what to load.20:26
EriC^^Bingo_: you dont get grub if you dont do that?20:27
Bingo_I select the OS. wubi wont load from win10.. or corrupt/broken, so the work around is escape to efi, select os in firmware20:28
cristian_cioria: ok, Il'll try 'simple' in place of 'forking' in the 'type' field20:28
EriC^^Bingo_: when the pc boots what do you get if you let it run20:28
Bingo_Then grub asks what to load20:28
cristian_cioria: in WantedBy field , I'll try multi-user.target20:28
reisioBingo_: they say wubi is about as unreliable as you have found20:29
Bingo_the pc will give me a screen asking which to run, select.20:29
ioriacristian_c,   what's that daemon about ? what it is ?20:29
Bingo_if not, 30 secs.. win10 runs20:29
EriC^^you mean win10 or wubi?20:29
cristian_cioria: but I don't see information about 'After=' filed in that page20:29
cristian_cioria: html2pop320:29
Bingo_it a blue page with two options20:29
EriC^^Bingo_: ok, gotcha20:30
cristian_cioria: I used it veey well before 15.0420:30
EriC^^Bingo_: do you want grub to show up instead and choose win or ubuntu from there?20:30
Bingo_then since won't work ubuntu.. i get a black page says the wubildr thing can't boot20:30
Bingo_So, I hit escape, choose os f9, and grub opens for me to select ubuntu, or windows20:31
MonkeyDustBingo_  my advice, boot inso windows and delete wubi form the installed programs ... then reboot into 'real' ubuntu20:32
EriC^^yeah definitely remove wubi from windows from the remove/uninstall programs list20:32
Bingo_what about all that advice given in the pasted stuff?20:32
EriC^^Bingo_: do you want to get grub when the pc boots without pressing f9?20:33
Bingo_yes, if windows10 won't load ubuntu like it always used to, then it should load grub220:33
EriC^^no, i mean when the pc boots, you get grub, then you can choose windows or ubuntu from there20:34
Bingo_well, windows is my primary branded hp computer20:34
nuno_nunesBingo_, my pc is working in ubuntu 14.04 in UEFI mode20:36
nuno_nunesi don't install for wubi20:37
Bingo_A broken Wubi has been detected. Please fix it this way: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide#Cannot_boot_into_Ubuntu20:37
Bingo_but it don't tell what to do...20:38
OerHeksremove wubi, it won't work with win1020:38
EriC^^wubi won't work with wubi20:38
craysiiibut does it work with wubi?20:39
UusiRmrhey guys, I have been trying to remove the default channels in gnome videos/totem but couldn't find anything online.. Is there a way to do that, or are the channels hardcoded into the program?20:39
Bingo_Wubi only changes the Windows bootloader.20:40
DiamondSwordhello people .. I have a question about partitions .. I read about it, some says make it just root and swap, and some says make it root, swap and home partitions. home partition is like D drive and where root is C drive ?20:41
wizhas ubuntu's glibc package been patched yet?20:41
DiamondSwordwhich one do you recommend? root, swap, home20:41
EriC^^DiamondSword: sort of, it has the user / personal stuff20:42
EriC^^i'd just root + swap20:42
soLucienhello guys ! Does anyone know how to set up a static IP for an interface with network-manager?20:42
soLucieni want interface eth0 to have a certain IP address20:42
stephane_Hello. Using Ubuntu 16.04 development branch I have a persistent bug which occurs on long X sessions.20:42
Bingo_< no expert.. but ubuntu install will give root, home install with a swap part20:42
DiamondSwordEriC^^, when you do root and swap, where do you keep your personal staff? where do you install programs?20:42
MonkeyDustDiamondSword  linux does not use C and D ... yes you can create a separate /home partition for your personal files and settings20:42
EriC^^!+1 | stephane_20:42
craysiiiim putting /home on a seperate drive for 16.04 >:D20:42
EriC^^!ubuntu+1 | stephane_20:43
ubottustephane_: Xenial Xerus is the codename for Ubuntu 16.04 - Support only in #ubuntu+120:43
stephane_Ah, ok thanks.20:43
UusiRmrDiamondSword: home partition is like the user directory on Windows,  the one at C:\Users, so if you ever want to reinstall linux, you won't have to move around the documents etc20:43
EriC^^DiamondSword: it's also in /home except that it's just part of the whole root partition20:43
stephane_Thanks EriC^^ ubottu .20:43
littlebearsoLucien, try the stuff at /etc/network/ and you can write a ifcfg.eth0 i think20:43
Bingo_As such, at least, I... cannot access /root on my own pc..20:44
ikoniayou do not do that20:44
Bingo_nut even when I su20:44
ikoniafire up the network manager gui/interface20:44
soLucienas far as i know, editing /etc/interfaces will set a static IP for me, but wouldn't that also prevent network-manager from managing internet connections ?20:44
soLucieni don't have a gui for this20:45
ikoniayou do20:45
Bingo_ye u do20:45
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soLucienthere is no x-stuff installed on this20:45
ikoniathere is an ncurses interface20:45
ikoniaand  comamand line20:45
EriC^^ikonia: what ncurses interface?20:46
Bingo_net.. man20:46
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ioriacristian_c,   already tried this ?  http://paste.ubuntu.com/15095876/20:46
soLucien"the program startx is not installed"20:46
ikoniasomething like that20:46
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ikoniayou do'nt need start X20:47
ikoniathere is a command line interface for network manager20:47
soLucienapt-get install nwadmin-curses ?20:47
Bingo_.. i just read that today, in Linux for Dummies20:47
ikoniaresearch, no blind type20:48
EriC^^i couldn't find anything like nw*curses or nw*admin20:48
EriC^^there's wicd-curses but that's for wicd i guess20:48
ikoniahang on I'll see if I can find it20:49
ikoniaor the gnome applet works great20:49
soLucienthere's this https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkAdmin20:49
ikoniaI never use it20:49
soLucienbut it;s gui20:49
ikoniaas the command line interface is good20:49
supermassivhi, does anyone know how to apt-get install only the ubuntu-specific version of something? example, installing nginx right now doesn't create sites-enabled/sites-available, but it probably will again in a couple days20:49
Bingo_set ip in the ip place20:49
Ben64supermassiv: that doesn't make sense, if you have ubuntu and you didn't mess with the repositories, you'll only install ubuntu stuff with apt-get20:49
supermassivhmm.. why would it create sites-enabled/sites-available in /etc/nginx 5 days ago but not today?20:50
supermassivi've had this issue before and it resolved itself the next day20:50
ivaliHello, what is the proper way to deal with very old bugs? Just reply to them or open a new one?20:50
supermassivthe only difference is 5 days ago it was 1.8.1-1~trusty and today it is 1.8.1-1~trusty020:51
Bingo_Note that LVPM and the attached wubi-move-to-partition script only work on older releases, 8.04 or earlier, which are no longer supported. There are still many references to these, but they will not work on current Ubuntu releases.20:51
reisioivali: you can reply to them20:53
reisioivali: personally I would give up on a very old bug, and fix it myself, or circumvent it in some other way (replace the software/hardware, etc.)20:53
reisioit's all free software20:53
reisiono need to wait for someone else to fix it20:53
Bingo_don't think can fixor wubi under win10 tho.20:54
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reisiohow many OSes do you need, anyway, Bingo_?20:55
reisioGO6L3P90: heyo20:55
GO6L3P90Anyone has dualboot ubuntu+windows?20:55
ivaliGO6L3P90, i have.20:55
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Bingo_like to try beos, but, i use 14.04 and win10. I would like to put a seperate ubuStudio on it20:56
GO6L3P90What are the steps to install Ubuntu (dual) on windows machine20:58
GO6L3P90Can I lose data?20:58
Bingo_G06L3P90 - avoid WUBI at all costs20:58
t-revorUse a virtual machine if possible20:58
soLucienikonia any luck20:58
ikoniasoLucien: any luck with what ?20:59
OerHeksGO6L3P90, if you don't have a backup of your data, it is not important.20:59
t-revorGO6L3P90: What version of Windows do you have?20:59
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t-revorGO6L3P90: Here's a related thread from the Ubuntu forums: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=227759621:00
soLucienyou said there's a command line for the network manager21:00
soLucieni think i've found it21:00
ikoniasoLucien: thats the commandline interface21:01
ikoniaI told you that earlier21:01
t-revorGO6L3P90: No problem21:01
Bingo_eh, if there was mandatory for all commercial software to have three code versions when you bought it, then why have windows at all.21:01
OerHeks!who | Bingo_21:02
ubottuBingo_: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)21:02
crayonis there an eta for an upstream patch for this glibc nonsense21:05
faerncrayon: It's in testing I've been told.21:06
reisiomany of those were red 'needed' only minutes ago21:06
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faerncrayon: I asked one hour ago and then they could not give an ETA21:07
crayonso annoying21:07
crayonis it being tracked on laundpad at all?21:07
OerHekscrayon, annoying? patch is out, so hold your breath :-D21:08
OerHeks( for testing )21:08
SirQiBEjoin #freenode21:11
reisioSirQiBE: make me21:11
Khaoticanyone else having issues with shortcuts being saved betwee reboots21:12
cfeddesymbolic links? command aliases?21:14
SirQiBEno sorry i forgot / at the "/join"21:14
reisioSirQiBE: oh I know :p21:14
musicgeekHi, my second hard drive in my system that I want to use for storage shows a key icon in gparted on the only partition, what does this mean?21:15
Bingo_Question: what happens if I remove C:\ubuntu ?21:22
k1lBingo_: nothing. thats not a real setup21:24
Bingo_So do the wubi uninstall ?21:24
Bingo_Removing wubildr and directory ubuntu won't kill windows10 ?21:26
Shibei cant build kernel on ubuntu21:26
Shibeln: target ‘./debian/tmp/lib/modules/4.2.0-pf3/source’ is not a directory21:26
Shibemake deb-pkg doesnt work21:26
OerHeksShibe, debian kernel ?21:26
ShibeOerHeks: trying to build myself21:26
Shibemake modules_install doesnt work and make deb-pkg doesnt work21:27
ShibeI tried make-kpkg too21:27
Shibedidnt work either21:27
Shibei've been trying to build this since almost a week now21:27
k1lBingo_: you did a wubi install on windows? :/21:27
OerHeksShibe, join #debian for that?21:27
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ShibeOerHeks: ok21:27
k1lBingo_: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WubiGuide#Uninstallation21:27
Bingo_Apparently k1l21:27
Bingo_yes k1l , that. will removing dir and files and that recommended action kill windows mbr/or uefi whatever?21:28
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turia12i did sudo apparmor_status but is it active21:29
k1lBingo_: i dont know. maybe you need to run the windows repair cd/usb after that. i suggest not to use wubi since years since its a mess.21:31
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turia12it says 21 profiles are loaded.21:32
turia1221 profiles are in enforce mode.21:32
turia12is apparmor active21:32
Bingo_Yes, a mess.  I think what I will do is have a USB at my side, and a repair disk. (I have several windows made) then remove all wubi stuff under windows, and boot the ubuntu live cd21:32
musicgeekI'm trying to create a steam library folder on my second internal hard drive, but it says that the drive doesn't have read/write permissions. I tried formatting it to fat32 which gave me the ability to set read/write permissions, but now steam says I need execution permissions.21:33
Ben64musicgeek: don't use fat3221:33
musicgeekWhat should I use? I can't set read/write permissions with ext421:34
Bingo_musicgeek that is your sole pc21:34
Ben64musicgeek: yes you can21:35
musicgeekI tried setting it but the option to do it is greyed out. It says the owner of the drive is root.21:35
Ben64yeah, so come back in here once you got the partition set up21:36
Bingo_mm, this why mine says I can't access my files21:36
musicgeekI already have a partition set up, I just can't set permissions when it's formatted to ext4 for some reason.21:36
rashi-didoIs this the proper forum to ask for ubuntu help?21:37
Bingo_mm, cause of that stupid wubi21:37
turia12service apparmor status looks same whether i stop or start it. how do i know it's active or not like ufw firewall which has clear o/p21:37
Ben64musicgeek: you can!21:37
turia12is apparmor active it looks the same whether i stop and start it.21:37
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Ben64musicgeek: come back here when you have ext4 and ask for help with that21:37
k1l!ask | rashi-dido21:37
ubotturashi-dido: 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 !patience21:37
Bingo_turial2 - is apparmor a process, open console and type the word top21:38
musicgeekBen64: The option to do it is literally greyed out, I already told you that I have it formatted to ext4. I'll upload some sceenshots to imgur and link them.21:38
Ben64musicgeek: you told me you have it as fat3221:38
ralpheeeetrying to install ubutnu 15.10 net-install lvm/encryption....install process works ...when i boot grub loads and all i get is a black screen with flashing line with something with 22 write error (sorry for the very vague error msg)21:38
rashi-didoI recently upgraded to 15.10 and now my Dell monitor is sporatically pixelating.21:39
musicgeekBen64: I now have it formatted to ext4, what I mean to say was that it did that whe  it was formatted to ext4. I now have it formatted to ext4 again.21:39
rashi-didoIs there an issue with interfacing with such item in the 15.10 version of ubuntu?21:40
Ben64musicgeek: ok, where is the partition mounted21:40
musicgeekBen64: you mean the path, right?21:41
musicgeekBen64: media/username21:42
Ben64well that's not correct, please pastebin the output of "df -h"21:43
musicgeekBen64: http://pastebin.com/pKzSEHZq21:44
Ben64sudo chown -R administrator /media/administrator/Storage21:45
musicgeekBen64: Okay, I did that. Should I now have full ownership of the drive?21:46
musicgeekI'll try it now, thanks21:47
musicgeekBen64: It worked, thank you so much dude21:47
Bingo_ to download from a pastebin, what I put there, as text, ubuntuOne is asking me to log-in ?21:48
LazyBones_k, lo all21:48
LazyBones_screenmode doesnt save between reboots, why for?21:49
LazyBones_the fix says to type sudo leafpad /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart, however this file is blank? im sposed to be finding lines an editing..21:52
jushuris it possible to make the top bar look like on the login screen?21:56
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bpromptLazyBones_:   "screenmode doesnt save between reboots"  what does that mean?21:58
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Bingo_Wish me luck removin' Wubi an tryin to get a Grub221:58
_liamHi - Trying to get networking.service working instead of NM.  Can anyone help?  Seem unable to 'enable' it...21:59
Bingo_TY for ur considerable help, and I will be.. back.21:59
LazyBones_well, im glad you asked, say default is 1920 x 1200 and i want 1200 x 720, when i set and save, it tells me its saved, however after ai reboot the machine, its back to 1920 x 120022:00
craysiiidoes anyone know of a channel for pulseaudio22:00
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_liamsystemctl is-enabled networking.service = disabled, regardless of how much 'enabling' I do!22:01
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jushur_liam: check the logs22:01
_liamjushur: systemctl start networking.service works and status looks healthy22:02
_liamI'm a bit lost with 15.10 / systemctl.  Which logs?22:02
_liamfyi, I've just upgraded from 14.04 and I think *a lot* is broken :(22:03
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xangua_liam: you upgrade directly from 14.04 to 15.10?22:04
_liamwell, I kind of broke everything and ran apt-get upgrade / apt-get -f upgrade / apt-get dist-upgrade and a bit of dpkg -i --force-overwrite for good measure.22:05
xanguaIs that a yes or no?22:05
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_liamxangua: sorry, that's a yes22:06
xangua_liam: then yes, it's pretty much broken22:07
_liamxangua: I even have the evidence :)  The question I'm looking for help on is:  how can I enable networking.service to load on boot if systemctl enable networking.service ignores me?22:07
_liamis this a clue? networking.service is not a native service, redirecting to systemd-sysv-install22:11
xangua_liam: what do you mean you have proof? Did the update manager suggested the upgrade or did you manually edited you're source file? Either way I suggest you to backup and reinstall22:12
bpromptLazyBones_:    I'd try to do it, from a root session, maybe it's just permissions22:13
ralpheeeetrying to install ubutnu 15.10 net-install lvm/encryption....install process works ...when i boot grub loads and all i get is a black screen with flashing line with something with 22 write error (sorry for the very vague error msg)/quit22:13
_liamupdate manager happily suggested the upgrade and failed miserably after half installing a bunch of packages.  The *proof* is the last couple of days of apt-get -f upgrade....22:13
_liamit seems pretty simple what I'm trying to do but I don't know systemd...22:20
_liamor have I gone down the wrong track entirely and need to redefine the interfaces / br0 in systemd config files instead?  I'd rather avoid this if possible...22:21
LazyBones_bprompt: thanky , can i get one of them from the desktop or to i need to reboot into something? :)22:23
bpromptLazyBones_:     well, reboot to check I'd think22:24
OerHeksyay, updates http://imgur.com/we4p0tP22:25
elementaryhi there22:26
udnhello guys22:26
LazyBones_bprompt: scuse my ignorance, but would that be from the recovery console thingy?22:26
udndo you can recommend me a easy to use editing software for ubuntu?22:26
udndo you can recommend me a easy to use editing video software for ubuntu?22:26
elementarypls, give me an advice... if I have 32gb of DDR must I use the swap partition or not?22:26
xanguaudn: editing what?22:27
udni have a video22:27
udni want cut22:27
elementaryor maybe I can set onlu 2 or 4 gb for swasp partition22:27
k1ludn: please dont be annoying with spamming that lines.22:27
k1lelementary: better ask elementary support how much ram their OS will use and if it needs a swap22:28
elementaryk1l, this's based on Ubuntu 1422:28
elementaryElementary is just like DE22:29
k1l!elementary | elementary22:29
ubottuelementary: Elementary OS is an Ubuntu derivative which is supported in their IRC channel #elementary on irc.freenode.net - http://elementaryos.org/ for more information on this distribution.22:29
k1lask them, thanks22:29
bpromptLazyBones_:    hmmm nope, run the system settings applet, using a sudo, so it has root permissions, I"m assuming the issue may be  hmmmm  I use LXDE, not lubuntu though... and my DM is kde... so I assume  it may just be a setting overriding it at /etc/X/   a .conf file or such, which requires root permissions22:29
LazyBones_ubotto seen druidpoet22:30
elementaryubottu, this is not about elementary distro, thi's about linux concept22:30
elementarymust I use swap or not22:30
elementarywith 32gb of mem22:30
k1lelementary: if its about linux concept then ask in ##linux .22:31
xanguaudn: open shot is one, but in this case you'll have to try yourself and see what fits you better22:31
udngracias xamindar22:32
udngracias xanadu_22:32
udngracias xangua22:32
xamindaruh wat?22:32
xamindarlol too many "x" names22:33
LazyBones_( I love kde)22:33
xamindarkde loves you22:33
_liamFYI, help.ubuntu.com has an internal server error (500).... https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommunityHelpWiki22:33
reisioLazyBones_: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xICkR5IgO8g22:34
reisio_liam: launchpad, I'd say22:34
_liamok, so, I know systemd isn't sysv but can't I just add a symlink somewhere and be done?22:35
Adransystemctl enable does that22:36
Adranso yes, you can22:36
_liamyey!  so, systemctl enable doesn't seem to work for networking.service.  Where would it commonly create the symlink?22:37
LazyBones_bprompt: thankyo, although your solution is a little technical for my capacity, /i dont like to venture outside home directory, but i seem to remember in the good old days you would just log in as root and cofigure text files. I`m guessing i could fins a file in etc/x and delete all the screenmodes i dont want?22:37
bpromptLazyBones_:    yeap, that may do, yes, because I'm thinking something there may be doing the overriding for some reason22:38
LazyBones_k, will give it a whirl :o)22:38
DirtyCajun_liam: when you run "sudo systemctl status networking" what does it report22:38
nickgawHi, How do I fix ubuntu 14.04 when the following error comes up? libpam-systemd:amd64 (204-5ubuntu20.18) ...22:40
nickgawstart: Job is already running: systemd-logind22:40
nickgawinvoke-rc.d: initscript systemd-logind, action "start" failed.22:40
nickgawdpkg: error processing package libpam-systemd:amd64 (--configure):22:40
nickgaw subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 122:40
Bashing-omnickgaw: Show the channel the command you used and the complete output in a pastebin please .22:42
__liamhi, sorry, lost connection...22:43
__liamsystemctl enable gives me: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15096704/22:43
nickgawit was an apt-get dist-upgrade and then I had to do a dpkg --configure -a when the package broke when it was upgraded.  Is there a way to look at the post installation script or find out what went wrong?22:44
battistachi è italiano?22:46
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)22:46
DirtyCajun__liam: Well that states a lot. whawt does sudo stat /proc/1/exe give you22:47
__liamDirtyCajun: File: ‘/proc/1/exe’ -> ‘/lib/systemd/systemd’  (and a bunch of other lines)22:48
DirtyCajundid you just convert to systemd?22:48
LazyBones_bprompt: thanksfor your help / time, i`ll fight with it tomorrow, its getting late where i am :)22:49
nickgawno as it was already setup.22:49
__liamDirtyCajun: it's a long (well short actually) story.  I completely broke this box upgrading from 14.04 to 15.10 but I'm just trying to get some basic networking working so I can start some VM's up.22:49
__liamDirtyCajun: post boot, systemctl start networking does this but obviously things would be simpler if it started during boot.22:51
DirtyCajunyou are saying the command is not executing at boot but will work manually?22:51
__liamDirtyCajun: that's the one.  I've tried systemctl enable networking.service but systemctl is-enabled always says false22:52
DirtyCajunit assumes .service btw22:52
__liamok :)22:52
nickgawDoes Ubuntu have any type of paid support?22:53
DirtyCajuntype exactly "sudo systemctl status networking"22:53
DirtyCajunand give me pastie22:53
xanguanickgaw: yes, Canonical offers pay support starting with 5 machines22:54
__liamDirtyCajun: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15096803/22:54
geniinickgaw: http://www.ubuntu.com/management/ubuntu-advantage22:54
__liamDirtyCajun: (that's since starting it manually)22:55
nickgawwhat package can I install to do pastes automatically on ubuntu?22:55
DirtyCajunif you were to type "sudo systemctl disable networking"22:55
__liamnickgaw: I'm using pastebinit, if that's what you mean22:56
DirtyCajundoes it "remove symlink"?22:56
DirtyCajunnickgaw: pastes? as in?22:56
DirtyCajun(its a generic term)22:56
Mathisenhey any good facebook notifications ?? using cinnamon as dekstop now22:57
__liamDirtyCajun: guess not? update-rc.d: error: no runlevel symlinks to modify, aborting!22:57
nickgawHow can I have a command run before the system's services start running like dpkg --configure -a to setup the broken packages so they will install?22:58
__liamDirtyCajun: if it helps... http://paste.ubuntu.com/15096841/22:59
faernPici: Any ETA on the glibc fix yet? Sorry if disturbing your testing.23:00
OerHeksfearn, updates are out ! http://imgur.com/we4p0tP23:01
OerHeksif your mirror does not give, change to main?23:01
__liamnickgaw: wouldn't you just run that once post install?23:01
faernOerHeks: Thanks! Awesome23:02
Bingo_HI FOLKS ! :)   uHM,  can wubi be removed from the install ISO on the ubuntu website.  It is in 14.04, and Studio14.04 ?23:03
nickgawI can't as systemd-logind post installation script says it can't configure the package as systemd-logind is already running and I can't do a killall systemd-logind as when I try it just restarts itself and then the package won't configure itself?23:03
d8v1deeanybody know why ubuntu14.04.4 release keeps getting pushed back?23:04
__liamnickgaw: systemctl stop systemd-logind?23:04
OerHeksBingo_, we are wishing that since 12.04 ..23:04
Bingo_Wha? 04.4 ? I think u see 16 before that d8vldee23:05
k1ld8v1dee: is it pushed back?23:06
OerHeksd8v1dee, 14.04.4 is planned for tomorrow 18th https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/ReleaseSchedule23:06
Bingo_really? :)23:06
d8v1deeOerHeks: Okay, I see.23:06
k1ld8v1dee: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/ReleaseSchedule23:07
Bingo_Says 14.04.223:07
DirtyCajun__liam: is this on ubuntu server or desktop23:07
Bingo_oic nevermind23:08
Bingo_buh, I'm wait to april for 1623:08
__liamDirtyCajun: server as far as I'm concerned but the base install might have been desktop (I mainly just connect via ssh)23:08
DirtyCajunsudo systemctl status NetworkManger23:09
__liamDirtyCajun: I've installed so many packages over the years, it's probably ubuntu-everything by now :)23:10
k1ld8v1dee: https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-release/2016-February/003559.html23:10
Bingo_petition them OerHeks , to begone with wubi on them ISO's.. an  2 b sure warn tha world ov Wubi deamon files.23:10
__liamDirtyCajun: I disabled network manager. [ Active: inactive (dead)]23:10
DirtyCajunit started as a desktop then.23:11
nickgawsystemctl I get the message command not found. where is the systemd-logind service started from?23:11
soLucienis it possible to configure a rule such as "if no dhcp ip address is obtained, set a static ip" ?23:12
Bingo_ouwt !peace23:12
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soLucieni was able to set up a static ip using nmcli connection modify \"Wired connection 1\" ipv4.method manual ipv4.addr \"\"23:12
soLucienhowever, i only want this to happen if a ip address is not set on the interface23:12
__liamDirtyCajun: quite probably.  It's been ubuntu / kubuntu and even pretended to be 'ubuntu studio' once when I installed a bunch of packages for audio / video stuff.23:13
soLucienshould i create a bash script for that ?23:13
__liamnickgaw: in a root shell / sudo?23:14
DirtyCajunits so far removed from what it originally was i HONESTLY would say you should wipe.\23:14
__liamDirtyCajun: :-( that's a *lot* of pain.  I know I have to at some point but at this point, I just want the networking service to start on boot!23:15
nickgawroot shell on a digitalocean virtual private server.23:15
__liamDirtyCajun: if I do, I'm going back to 14.04 server :-p23:16
DirtyCajuni run 15.10 from scratch. i love it.23:16
DirtyCajuni love systemd.23:17
__liamDirtyCajun: first experience isn't good so feeling a bit burnt at the moment.23:17
DirtyCajunyour first experience is equivilant to buying a burger someone took home and replaced the lettuce cheese tomatoes and onions with stuff from another fast food restaurant23:18
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DirtyCajunif you want to try the burger. try it straight from the restaurant.23:18
__liamDirtyCajun: true!  except it wasn't lettuce, it was cabbage - and it wasn't a burger but actually a pineapple ring.23:19
DirtyCajundizzledazzle69: yes? hahaha23:19
__liamanyway, thanks for trying to help.  I'll probably just poke things and leave the system up as it seems to just about stay alive post boot, just won't play to work during boot.23:20
zach2825does anybody here know how to tell bundler to use ruby version 2.0.0 no matter what i do it tries to use 1.9 which is breaking things.23:21
tfittszach2825: are you using rvm or rbenv or some other ruby version management system?23:23
BlackDalekis there any such thing as an external firewire hub which will plug in via USB and work with Ubuntu?23:26
__liamnickgaw: no idea, sorry.  I've only used systemd for a day or two but from what I gathered, systemctl status {service_name} and systemctl stop/start/enable/disable {servicename} should all be working.  have you checked for a typo?23:26
Ben64BlackDalek: i don't think theres such a thing as usb -> firewire23:27
OerHeksBlackDalek, yes https://www.iogear.com/product/GUH420/23:28
BlackDalekPity... cos I got a perfectly good old camera (firewire connector) and no way to capture to my laptop :(23:28
Ben64OerHeks: pretty sure you still need both firewire and usb for that23:29
zach2825tfitts, rvm23:29
zach2825sorry for my slow reply23:29
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Ben64BlackDalek: firewire pcmcia card?23:29
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BlackDalekBen64, there's no facility for pcmcia cards in this laptop... unless the optical drive could be replaced somehow.23:31
__liamDirtyCajun: I might be able to give up systemd and revert to upstart?  know if that works in 15.10 too?  (I read in 15.04)23:31
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zach2825tfitts, i think this may be the problem. https://gist.github.com/zach2825/fc1c557fba7195d6d94523:35
BlackDalekok... so it IS possible to buy a firewire hub which plugs into a USB port... now has anyone ever been able to get one to work under linux?23:35
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OerHeksBlackDalek, nope, the part i showed needs both connections to work  https://www.iogear.com/product/GUH420/23:36
OerHeksBen64 is right23:36
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BlackDalekOerHeks, damn :(23:37
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crayonwhat the23:42
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OerHeksthank you for flying #freenode23:44
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OerHeks!netsplit | __liam23:47
ubottu__liam: A netsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit23:47
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OerHeksmasspart & massjoin23:47
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__liamOerHeks: cheers :)23:48
cuddylierDoes anyone know why outbound DNS requests aren't working with this iptables config? http://pastebin.com/raw/yLTHis8A23:49
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__liamcuddylier: not from that paste - that just shows the input chain23:53
cuddylier__liam: That's all I have in my iptables file.23:54
hehnopeanyone here have a system76 Lemur6?23:54
cuddylierJust COMMIT at the bottom of course23:54
__liamcuddylier: as root / sudo; iptables -L23:54
cuddylier__liam: http://pastebin.com/raw/svd3GVC123:55
__liamcuddylier: so that's probably got nothing to do with why dns isn't working for you.  have you checked /etc/resolv.conf and run 'dig ' @ a different server (such as
cuddylierI fixed it, I added a source port 53 rule too23:56
__liamcuddylier: you fixed outbound dns traffic by adding an inbound rule in your firewall?23:57
cuddylier__liam: http://pastebin.com/raw/ws2QQW3e23:57
hehnopeyou might want to consider allowing ESTALIBHSED,RELATED23:57
cuddylierhehnope: For all connections or what? I only want these ports open.23:57
hehnopecuddylier: http://explainshell.com/explain?cmd=iptables+-A+INPUT+-m+state+--state+ESTABLISHED%2CRELATED+-j+ACCEPT23:58
__liamcuddylier: like: iptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT23:59
hehnopemake sure it's your #1 entry23:59
hehnopeso iptables -I INPUT 123:59

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