sta7ic15:49 < silvian> http://ss64.com/bash/chmod.html00:00
sta7ic15:49 < silvian> http://ss64.com/bash/chmod.html00:00
sta7ic15:49 < silvian> http://ss64.com/bash/chmod.html00:00
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perdouillesilvian, I tried what you said, but I can still ping UDP with https://pentest-tools.com/network-vulnerability-scanning/udp-port-scanner-online-nmap00:00
perdouilleDo you know why ?00:00
sta7icnot sure why its ot letting me go directly to the link00:00
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sta7icn/m i forgot im in lame putty instead of termnial00:01
silvianperdouille: you did do an ip table restart yes?00:02
silviantry /etc/init.d/iptables restart00:02
tincani came back and checked my mem usage, and while sys monitor gave me the normal BS it usually does, i did ran top and found that compiz was taking about 1.5 gigs of ram... why does everything that isn't the terminal lie to me >.<. also, i blew the 'puter up trying to restart it with compiz --replace without knowing what it did... but it's working after a restart and after a little research, itlooks like setsid might work. ill try tha00:03
tincant next time i find the leak00:03
perdouille# /etc/init.d/iptables: No such file or directory00:03
silviansorry what version you running?00:04
silvianof linux?00:04
perdouille Ubuntu 15.1000:04
silvianit might be service iptables restart00:05
silvianyou need sudo of course00:05
silvianthen run iptables -L00:05
silvianto see if the settings are in place correctly00:05
perdouilleFailed to restart iptables.service: Unit iptables.service failed to load: No such file or directory. :/00:06
perdouillebut the rules are in place in iptables -L00:06
silvianno such file? wtf??00:06
lernerwe can say wtf? cool!00:07
perdouilleis that normal ?00:07
silvianthat looks correct mate00:08
silvianbut no such file or directory is strange00:09
silvianmaybe they've changed it in 15.1000:09
silvianhaven't used it00:09
perdouilleyeah I'll just let everything like that and see if it works ^^ thanks00:10
silvianah there's a different firewall sharing the ip tables with ubuntu00:10
silvianits a service called ufw00:11
silvianyou need to restart that too service ufw stop00:11
silvianthen do start00:11
silvianmake sure that comes up properly00:11
sta7icsilvian: is there an advantage of using a linux firewall when you sit behind a router that blocks pretty much everything?00:12
silvianbut other than that the ip tables look ok00:12
akkadegress firewall, sure00:12
perdouilleFailed to start ufw.service: Unit ufw.service failed to load: No such file or directory.00:13
silviansure the router is your main line of defence but you can't always rely on that to protect you. what if you're on a shared network? Or you've connected to someone else's home network or an enterprise network?00:13
silvianbut did it stop first properly?00:14
silvianor was it even running?00:14
silvianto begin with?00:14
perdouilleif I stop it I get Failed to stop ufw.service: Unit ufw.service not loaded.00:14
perdouilleand if I start it I get the message I pasted before00:14
silviani get the feeling you've got something else acting as the firewall here00:15
silvianrather than iptables00:15
daxis ufw installed?00:15
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perdouilleok ufw wasn't installed, that's weird00:16
silvianfound that talking about ubuntu 15.10 firewall00:16
daxand when you install ufw it'll install iptables i'd assume00:16
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silvianyeah that's kinda strange it had iptables when you did iptables -L but service wasn't configured00:17
perdouilleso I install ufw then I do "sudo ufw deny proto tcp to any port 1234"00:17
silvianyeah i think if you follow that last guide i sent you00:17
silvianits specific for ubuntu 15.1000:18
silvianwhich i think it ships with different firewall now00:18
silviansudo ufw block 5300:18
silvianis mentioned in the guide00:18
silvianbut first you have to install it and enable ufw00:18
Mitchell92Hello.. I'm a computer science student and I haven't messed around with linux too much in the last few years. I used to run Red Hat back when you could download it free of charge, and after that SUSE. I hear that Ubuntu is an extremely popular linux distro. Can someone tell me why this is, and what Ubuntu has that keeps attracting so many users? I'm looking to buy a refurbished notebook computer00:19
Mitchell92and my first thought was to run suse on it, but I'm very curious about ubuntu00:19
silvianperdouille: sudo ufw enable00:19
Bashing-omMitchell92: install ubuntu (it's free ) amd see for yourself .00:20
perdouilleIt's started and the rule is set, but I can still ping 1234 on udp00:21
perdouillethe website gives me "1234/udp open|filtered search-agent"00:21
silvianoh you might need to specify port and protocol here00:22
Mitchell92Bashing-om I will put it on a VM and try it out, but I am still very curious as far as why it attracts so many users. I'm also curious as far as recommended system requirements... I'm looking to buy a refurbished notebook for $200 or under just to play with and take to class. Also do some Java programming on. Ubuntu does attract me as well in the fact that Cisco officially supports Packet Tracer00:23
Mitchell92on Ubuntu...00:23
silviansomething like00:24
silviansudo ufw deny 1234/udp00:24
silvianlooks to be the correct syntax00:24
perdouillethat's what I did00:25
silvianyup sorry00:25
silvianwas behind00:25
silviansaw your config00:25
Bashing-ommichael_mbp: :) . https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements/ . To run ubuntu [roper need at leat 2 gofs of ram and a descent GPU .00:25
silvianlooks fine00:25
perdouillethat's really weird :/00:25
silvianweird i'm wondering is it the site hitting your router?00:25
silvianthinking the port is open?00:25
silvianor a NAT gateway?00:26
perdouilleI don't know, it's a VPS hosted somewhere I have no idea ^^00:26
Mitchell92Bashing-om Yeah... I read that :) I'm looking around on newegg for a refurbished model that appeals to me, probably going to make the purchase in a few weeks... want to just wait until the month is over... to see if it is still realistic for me to buy another machine.00:26
silvianoh check with their firewall rules also00:26
silvianthey should give you some sort of control panel for that00:26
silviani think00:27
perdouilleOkay I'll check, thanks00:27
silviani'm thinking is the gateway exposing it here perhaps00:27
silviancool other than that if the ufw is running00:27
silvianif you do ps -ef | grep ufw00:27
silvianyou see it running as daemon yes?00:27
daxperdouille: well, that answers why ufw wasn't installed. VPS hosts tend to do bizzare things to their images, like removing random packages00:28
perdouillenothing with  ps -ef | grep ufw silvian00:28
silvianhah yep. that might explain that00:28
silvianoh so its not running00:28
silvianservice ufw status00:28
daxufw isn't its own process00:28
perdouille   Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/ufw.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)00:28
perdouille   Active: inactive (dead)00:28
daxit just modifies iptables in the kernel00:29
Bashing-om!dualboot | Mitchell9200:29
ubottuMitchell92: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot00:29
daxthe and the service is a wrapper that applies/unapplies iptables rules as needed, then exits00:29
silvianah i see00:29
silviantry running this though00:30
silviansudo ufw status00:30
silvianshould tell you current status00:30
Mitchell92Yes. I'm aware of what dual booting is and how to do so, I would rather just not on this machine. I'm going to play around in a VM. In the end I'm just looking to purchase another machine to run linux.00:30
silviani'm assuming its active00:30
perdouilleYeah I pasted the result earlier00:30
silvianright yeah00:31
silviani reckon your VPS is doing somethign funny here00:31
perdouilleWait I will just try something00:31
root____4Helo friends00:32
silvianbecause the site you're using to checking is probably using a load balancer through their own routing gateway that might have udp enabled00:32
silvianand it shows up as open00:32
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perdouilleYeah it's working, I blocked a port and tried to access the server and it was blocked00:34
perdouilleSo thanks a lot ^^00:34
silviancool :)00:35
silviansweet you're welcome00:35
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Guest99442byieeeeee !!!!00:39
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* pi___ 00:45
SeminarianWhen I power on my computer, it takes like +20 seconds before the grub window appears. Before it was 5 seconds. I don't know what has changed. Any ideas on how to fix this?00:48
Jordan_USeminarian: You earlier said that you edited /boot/grub/grub.cfg directly, you shouldn't do that. Manual changes you made may be related to the delay, and should be reverted (by re-running "sudo update-grub") either way.00:51
SeminarianJordan_U: I'll try running it again.00:52
Jordan_USeminarian: As for the question you asked earlier, about how to cnage kernel parameters for another distribution (properly) the answer is that if you change the kernel parameters in the other distribution, for example by editing *Kali's* /etc/default/grub and then re-running grub-mkconfig/update-grub in Kali, then the next time you run "sudo update-grub" in Ubuntu it will catch the new kernel parameters f00:55
Jordan_Uor Kali.00:55
SeminarianJordan_U: Is it really necessary to run update-grub in kali for this? My pc powers off when I do this and reboots.00:56
Jordan_USeminarian: It's neccessary to update Kali's grub.cfg, yes. Are you saying that your PC powers off when you run "update-grub" in Kali?00:58
SeminarianYes it makes a "poof" sound and then my computer acts like it's just powered on and goes back to bootloader00:59
Jordan_USeminarian: When you run "update-grub" and not when you do anything else?00:59
SeminarianJordan_U: Indeed, only then00:59
Jordan_USeminarian: Let's move this to #grub or #linux please as it involves more than one distro.01:00
evilbug1i set a device to a static ip and now i have two ips on it, the former dhcp and the static one i set. help?01:19
Loshkievilbug1: assuming it's not a bug, interfaces are allowed to have more than one address. Check the config in /etc/network/interfaces. I don't trust network-manager, personally.01:24
evilbug1Loshki: this is a raspberry pi i'm talking about running raspbian. i basically copied over the same settings over from an ubuntu server i'm running though the server works fine.01:27
tewardevilbug1: Raspbian is not Ubuntu, and is offtopic here01:27
rafahow to install vlc in backbox01:31
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Bashing-om!backbox | Guest8158701:34
ubottuGuest81587: Backbox Linux is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu and is thus not supported in #ubuntu. Please use #backbox on irc.autistici.org or https://forum.backbox.org/ for help with it.01:34
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borisetoSo I've just installed the 16.04 image from yesterday (the latest kernel fixed all my problems). Even though I can handle apt-get, I just wonder why isn't the Software Centre (or the Gnome Software Installer) included?01:55
svm_invictvshow come none of the alternatives selector scripts set JAVA_HOME?01:56
svm_invictvsIs there a correct way to determine the locatio of the VM from the shell?01:56
xangua! 16.04 | boriseto01:56
ubottuboriseto: Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) will be the 24th release of Ubuntu. Announcement at http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1479 - Discussion in #ubuntu+101:56
svm_invictvsI could just hardcode it so be JAVA_HOME=/lib/java/whatever but, I was curious if there was something that would do that in a more abstract way01:56
doctormonUEFI boot priority issue, can't stop windows booting, must restart into troubleshooting to boot ubuntu. :-/01:57
DarkSectorHow do I use .ipsec files on ubuntu? I use ipsecuritas on mac os x01:57
EriC^^doctormon: hp sony laptop?02:00
doctormonEriC^^: HP02:00
EriC^^doctormon: ok, are you in ubuntu right now?02:00
doctormonI'm on a different computer02:00
doctormonThat machine is in windows atm02:00
EriC^^can you boot into ubuntu?02:01
doctormonready EriC^^02:03
EriC^^type sudo efibootmgr -v02:03
EriC^^and paste in paste.ubuntu.com02:04
doctormonEriC^^: https://inkscape.org/paste/9226/02:08
EriC^^doctormon: ok, type sudo cp /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi.backup02:09
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DarkSectorHow do I use .ipsec files on ubuntu? I use ipsecuritas on mac os x02:11
poolkönnen Sie Linux testen, bevor die Installation von Linux02:11
Jordan_U!de | pool02:12
ubottupool: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!02:12
EriC^^doctormon: try ls -l /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi.backup did it copy?02:16
doctormonEriC^^: YEs02:18
EriC^^doctormon: ok, type sudo cp /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/shimx64.efi /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi02:21
doctormonEriC^^: done02:22
EriC^^doctormon: ok, type sudo nano /usr/lib/os-probes/mounted/efi/20microsoft02:23
EriC^^replace the line that says bootmgfw.efi with bootmgfw.efi.backup02:23
doctormonEriC^^: I aim to disable the windows boot,02:25
EriC^^doctormon: you don't want to be able to boot windows from grub?02:25
EriC^^then that's it02:26
EriC^^try rebooting02:26
EriC^^doctormon: you won't be able to boot into windows anymore though, even from windows, unless you modify that file02:27
EriC^^and update-grub02:27
doctormonthanks EriC^^02:27
doctormonHow goes the ubuntu community? I've been out of the loop for 4 years now focusing on inkscape.02:28
tincanbrendan_: are you bre?02:29
EriC^^doctormon: everything's good02:30
doctormonEriC^^: Got an ubuntu phone yet?02:30
doctormonSo all02:32
doctormonis the same as before?02:32
doctormonI was really hoping for some dbus pimm services, nothing yet.02:32
EriC^^unity8 and mir comes out soon02:33
Ender_WigginI'm launching ubuntu through a live cd because my system failed to boot after a power outage. Can anyone give me some assistance?02:33
doctormonIs that the Qt version?02:34
Ender_Wiggingot the error in boot: Setup Error: end kernel panic - not syncing: vfs: unable to mount root fs on unknown block(0,0)02:34
Ender_Wiggintried this guide http://askubuntu.com/questions/116635/kernel-panic-not-syncing-vfs-unable-to-mount-root-fs-on-unknown-block-oo-swapper02:35
EriC^^doctormon: yeah02:35
Ender_Wigginbut get error at --bind part02:35
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: were you able to mount the root partition?02:36
Ender_Wiggini mounted sda1, is there a way to make sure it has linux on it?02:38
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: yeah, type ls -l /mnt02:38
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Ender_Wigginsdb1 and sdb5 both say Linux under System02:41
Ender_Wigginsda1 says GPT02:41
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: is your install encrypted?02:43
Ender_Wiggini entered the password when clicking on the mounted drive02:44
EriC^^ok, what did you mount?02:44
EriC^^ok, and ls -l /mnt showed what?02:44
Ender_Wigginthat pastebin up there02:44
EriC^^that's fdisk -l02:44
Ender_Wigginhold on02:45
Ender_Wigginguess thats the other drive02:47
doctormonerebus^: I have an update.02:47
doctormonEriC^^: I mean02:47
Ender_Wigginsince those are my archive files, which im 90% I didn't put the OS on02:48
doctormonCopying the file over didn't work, it loaded windows as usual. I used efibootmgr -A -b 0001 to disable the windows boot option. It didn't work.02:49
doctormonI then used efibootmgr -A -b 3000 to disable some generic "boot internal hard disk" options.02:49
doctormonWhich were before 1002 boot option, i.e. ubuntu02:50
doctormonHi bob_02:50
EriC^^doctormon: aha, and?02:50
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, type sudo umount /mnt02:51
Ender_Wigginok done02:53
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type sudo mount /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root /mnt02:53
EriC^^did it mount?02:54
EriC^^doctormon: it worked?02:54
Ender_Wiggini got a 2Tb volume with bin/boot/dev in it02:54
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, are there files in /boot?02:55
Ender_Wiggindoesnt look like it02:56
Ender_Wigginproperties says contents: nothing02:56
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type grep boot /mnt/etc/fstab02:56
Ender_Wigginand nothing in it02:56
Ender_Wigginsays UUID and /boot ext2 defaults 0 202:57
doctormonEriC^^: It's now working as expected.02:58
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, type " for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i;done02:58
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, type " for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done "02:58
EriC^^doctormon: cool02:59
doctormonEriC^^: I think the whole process could be done through the efibootmgr without  copying files03:00
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type sudo chroot /mnt03:00
EriC^^doctormon: so and so03:00
EriC^^doctormon: let me see if it'll work here, i've an hp as well with switched files03:01
EriC^^i tried to delete the windows entry but it kept reappearing and booting windows03:02
EriC^^i'll try just disabling the entries and see if it boots after a bit03:02
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type mount -a03:02
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type update-initramfs -u -k all03:04
Ender_Wigginit's running03:06
Ender_Wiggingetting some warnings03:06
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type ls -l /boot03:09
madhumper69I had my xrdp working for some reason it stopped working however when i try to disable the encryption as xrdp wont work i get this message.... dconf-WARNING **: failed to commit changes to dconf: Cannot autolaunch D-Bus without X11 $DISPLAY   anybody have an idea what this means. thanks03:09
madhumper69by using command gsettings set org.gnome.Vino require-encryption false03:09
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type "mount"03:11
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: boot is mounted but it's empty03:15
Ender_Wigginit now has the img files03:15
Ender_Wigginwhat should i do03:15
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: those are just from updating the initramfs earlier03:16
Ender_Wigginah ok03:16
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Ender_Wigginsounds bad, what should i do03:16
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type dpkg -l | grep -E "grub|linux-image"03:16
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EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: also, type umount /boot03:17
EriC^^then type fsck -f /dev/sdb103:18
Ender_Wigginsays umount: /boot: not mounted03:18
EriC^^hmm, that'd be the problem then03:19
EriC^^try blkid; grep boot /etc/fstab03:20
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EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, try mount /dev/sdb1 /boot03:23
EriC^^is there anything in /boot now?03:23
Ender_Wigginjust the img files03:24
EriC^^type grep boot /proc/mounts03:24
mrr411any one else running amd on 14.4 and have/had issues with steam?03:25
DomingoMontoyaIs it just me, or has network smb browsing been removed from nautilus in 16.04?03:25
xangua! 16.04 | DomingoMontoya03:25
ubottuDomingoMontoya: Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) will be the 24th release of Ubuntu. Announcement at http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1479 - Discussion in #ubuntu+103:25
DomingoMontoyaYeah, I know, but after 2 hrs, no reply.03:25
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, try umount /boot03:27
EriC^^then fsck -f /dev/sdb103:27
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: umount03:29
Ender_Wigginumount worked im guessing, didnt report back anything03:30
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, and you ran that after umount?03:31
EriC^^ok, nevermind we'll try installing the kernels and grub03:32
EriC^^type mount /dev/sdb1 /boot again03:32
EriC^^and make sure it's really mounted with grep boot /proc/mounts03:32
EriC^^then type dpkg -l | grep -E "grub|linux-image"03:32
stallmenwhich ubuntu flavor should i get03:33
EriC^^oh, open another terminal temporarily and type sudo mount -B /run /mnt/run03:33
stallmeni want one with a window manager03:33
stallmenis ther eone that already comes with that preinstalled03:34
EriC^^we might need it for apt-get03:34
stallmentiling wm03:34
stallmenit must tile03:34
stallmeni want it to tile03:34
stallmendoes any ubuntu flavor come with a tiliing window manager03:34
stallmenwhy is everybody ignoring me03:35
Ender_Wigginsorry im hogging EriC^^03:35
stallmenshut up03:35
stallmensomeone help me you03:35
stallmenHELP ME!!!!!!!!!03:35
stallmenHELP ME03:35
stallmenHELP ME03:35
stallmenwhy wont anybody help me03:36
* OerHeks shuts up03:36
Ender_Wiggink what ya suggest next EriC^^?03:36
stallmenwhat is everybody doing03:37
stallmenwhy wont anybody help me03:37
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: /run mounted and stuff?03:37
mrr411stallman if you have attitude about no one answereing you right away you probably wont get help03:37
stallmenits an easy question03:37
stallmenirc sucks03:37
stallmennobody ever helps me03:37
stallmeni spent one hour yesterday trying to get someone to help me on something simple03:37
Ender_WigginEriC^^ yep03:37
stallmenand nobody helped me03:37
stallmennobody can even answer a simple ubuntu flavor question03:37
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EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, type dpkg -l | grep -E "grub|linux-image"03:37
Ender_Wigginyeah i did that03:38
Ender_Wigginwant me to do it again?03:38
mrr411then no body probably knew your answere if its so easy why do you need help03:38
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: did it return anything?03:38
EriC^^i think there's a typo03:38
stallmenmrr411, what the heck are you doing03:38
EriC^^let me try it here03:38
stallmenjust answer my question03:38
stallmenyou're making my explain st uff i shouldn't its easy03:38
stallmenTHATS MY QUESTION03:39
daxstallmen: That's enough. Be patient.03:39
Guest99076mint cinnamon03:39
mrr411stallmen here is your answere.. toss it out the window03:39
stallmentoss what out the window03:39
stallmenmy question03:39
mrr411your computer since you have so much attitude03:39
stallmenare you saying there is no tiling wm ubuntu preinstalled03:39
stallmenfuck you03:39
mrr411wow so hostile03:40
stallmenyou're telling me to waste my money tossing my computer03:40
stallmendont you have better things to do03:40
mrr411read up your q was answered03:40
Ender_WigginEriC^^ what next? =]03:40
stallmenmint cinnamon is mint not ubuntu03:40
Guest99076just try linux mint 17.303:40
stallmensounds dumb03:41
Guest99076well its all debian03:41
stallmenwait sorry!!!03:41
stallmenplease im sorry03:41
Ender_Wigginbanhammer coming03:41
mrr411stallmen your a jack ass no wonder no one wanted to help you03:41
stallmenlinux mint seems like it comes even more bloated than ubuntu03:41
stallmenis that true03:41
ubottuThe guidelines for using the Ubuntu channels can be found here: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines03:41
Guest99076i hated the damn icons on left side of screen03:41
daxread learn love, kthx.03:42
stallmenis linux mint more bloated than ubuntu?03:42
Guest99076well lxle is no bloat03:42
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, type dpkg -l | awk '/grub/ || /linux-image/ {print $2}' | xargs apt-get -y install --reinstall03:42
mrr411Guest i just make them disapeer and use ciaro docks for most my stuff nowdays03:42
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: 1 sec03:42
Ender_Wigginwhile that wipe anything EriC^^?03:42
stallmeni think i should just try ubuntu minimal03:42
stallmenhow long would it take to install ubuntu minimal03:42
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: it should reinstall the stuff in that list, 1sec though03:43
mrr411stallman he answered your q and now you are arguing why did you even ask if you already looked into stuff03:43
stallmenmrr411, im asking questions.03:43
mrr411looks more like arguing to me and im guessing it will take just as long as any other system takes03:44
stallmenis ubuntu minimal lubuntu?03:44
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: dpkg -l | awk '$1 ~ /ii/ && (/grub/ || /linux-image/) {print $2}' | xargs apt-get -y install --reinstall03:45
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: that should grab just the installed ones03:45
stallmenis ubuntu minimal hard to install?03:46
mrr411stallman this might help http://www.techradar.com/us/news/software/operating-systems/best-linux-distro-five-we-recommend-109005803:46
stallmenfor a beginner?03:46
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stallmenI guess I came to the wrong place and got mad for no reason. I expected you guys to be experts, but I guess that's why you use ubuntu.03:47
stallmenI was just hoping there was an ubuntu flavor with a window manager installed. I'm going to install arch linux instead. It's going to take the same amount of time if we factor in the time I spend uninstalling the ubuntu bloat.03:48
mrr411you have not been asking about ubuntu and we have tried help but you are having attitude so maybe best if you just leave03:48
stallmenI have been asking about ubuntu03:48
stallmenAll of my questions have been about ubuntu03:48
Ender_WigginEriC^^ eek 15min download. ill update ya when it's done03:49
mrr411no you asked what flavor would do what would be good for you03:49
daxmrr411: i don't think this is going to go anywhere useful03:49
stallmenmrr411, why are you using that example to prove your point? That's proving my point, lol.03:49
mrr411and some times people are not on that know the spacific answeres to your qs03:50
stallmenYou may be confusing the terms "ubuntu flavor" and distro.03:50
tgm4883lets all stay calm now03:50
mrr411well no one is on that could help me with my q right now so im not going to be a baby about it ill come back later hope you get what your looking for night all03:51
tgm4883stallmen: I don't believe any of the flavors come with a tiling window manager, so you would need to set one up yourself03:52
twitchytoesI'm having an issue after changing motherboards.  I went from an asrock P67 Extreme 4 + i5 2500k to an Intel DZ77GA-70K + i7 3770.  After setting my boot back up, it's taking 1 minute 30 seconds to make it through kernel half of boot.03:53
stallmenI feel bad now. I was way too harsh on that guy- on everybody.03:54
twitchytoesStartup finished in 1min 31.338s (kernel) + 1.741s (userspace) = 1min 33.079s is my systemd-analyze and blame only shows the userspace boot times.03:54
stallmenCan you guys believe what I just did?03:55
Tin_manstallmen, might check out this link.. might give some insight03:55
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stallmenTin_man, how long have you used linux03:56
kris27mcsince 'Nam03:56
kris27mcdamn namsters tried to steal our unix terminal... bad idea03:57
Tin_manover 2 years all different flavors, i'm running 5 different ubuntu now, and a couple of others03:57
kris27mcwhy are you running ubuntu???03:57
Tin_mani like it03:57
Tin_mankubuntu, lubuntu, xubuntu ubuntu-mate, and ubuntu03:58
kris27mcwhy is that necessary???03:58
defaultPenguinI didn't know there were 5 flavours of ubuntu03:58
kris27mcSounds like a partitioner's nightmare03:58
Tin_manto learn, see the differences03:58
defaultPenguinTbh I'm impressed canonical et al03:59
Tin_mandifferent machines03:59
kris27mcOhhhh well... Ubuntu does do everything for you lel03:59
Tin_man4 machines 2 dual boots03:59
kris27mcWhy even dual boot?03:59
Tin_manso i don't have to get up so much.. :)03:59
kris27mcjust install the various environments...03:59
twitchytoesI can't figure out my issue :(04:00
kris27mcWhat's your issue?04:00
Tin_manfavorite is just plane ol ubuntu, followed by kubuntu.. i just install ubuntu-mate, but like it also..04:00
kris27mcKDE is my favorite environment by far04:01
defaultPenguinDo you use unity de?04:01
twitchytoeskris27mc, Swapped mobo cpu and ram, Asrock P67 Extreme4 + 2500k + 8gb ddr3 to Intel DZ77GA-70K + i7 3770 - 16gb DDR3 and my boot time has quadrupled04:01
twitchytoeskris27mc, Systemd-analyze shows kernel is taking up minute 31 second04:01
Tin_mani like kde, but on my old dell, it lags a bit, but still not bad..04:01
kris27mcalright. open a terminal04:02
espen_san_Hello everyone, could anyone help me with a problem, I accidentally gave root access via a command i copy/ pasted on the net on ubuntu support and i want to redo it..?04:02
twitchytoeskris27mc, I always have a term open xD04:02
defaultPenguintwitchy toes, Try turning it off and back on again lel04:02
kris27mcYakuake??? CX04:03
twitchytoesI just use cli a lot04:03
EriC^^espen_san_: what command?04:03
twitchytoesJust can't figure this one out myself.04:03
kris27mctry this...04:03
espen_san_the command "sudo chattr +i"04:03
espen_san_on an ini file that i was going to customize for xcom 204:04
EriC^^espen_san_: doesn't that make it unchangeable?04:05
kris27mcsudo nano /home/$USER/.local/boottime.conf04:05
EriC^^espen_san_: i think sudo chattr -i removes it04:05
twitchytoeskris27mc, Ok04:05
kris27mcenter "BOOTTIME = a couple seconds. Less than now"04:05
twitchytoesLike literally that?04:06
espen_san_thanks Eric^^04:06
EriC^^no problem04:06
espen_san_it worked!04:06
twitchytoeskris27mc, literally that?  Or a value less than now?04:08
kris27mcI was kidding about it if I'm honest.04:09
kris27mcBut truthfully, don't worry04:09
twitchytoesI figured as much, the more I thought about it.04:09
kris27mcA system can lag a bit for a couple boots after setting it up04:09
kris27mcSo I wouldn't worry too much04:10
twitchytoesIt shouldn't take 2 minutes to boot, especially 10 boots after regardless.04:10
kris27mcWell, if the problem persists...04:10
twitchytoesI only have 1 drive, and it's an ssd.04:10
twitchytoesI've done well over 10 reboots since swapping trying to figure it out04:11
twitchytoesThe only thing I can find is the fsck statement prior to it coming into DE04:11
kris27mcHave you tried a clean installation of your preferred distribution?04:11
twitchytoesNot since swapping.  Didn't want to have to download all my stuff again04:12
twitchytoesThe live usb takes quite a while too, but it comes in systemd-analyze as userspace04:12
Ender_WigginEriC^^ finished, posting pastebin in 504:12
twitchytoesDMESG isn't giving me anything useful to work with.04:13
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok04:13
kris27mcHave you tried optimizing your BIOS settings?04:13
twitchytoesGonna see what happens if I disable the fsck on boot04:13
kris27mcAppropriate drivers?04:14
nedstarkwhat the fsck04:14
kris27mcI don't think I helped much lel04:14
kris27mctry this...04:15
kris27mcsudo nano /home/$USER/.local/boottime.conf04:15
kris27mcenter "BOOTTIME = a couple seconds. Less than now"04:15
Ender_Wigginlooks like clean instal?04:16
defaultPenguintwitchy toes,04:16
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type df -h04:16
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: nah04:17
defaultPenguintwitchytoes, have you done a systemctl status on it?04:17
EriC^^it looks like a space issue on /boot maybe04:17
twitchytoesDisabling fsck on boot did not effect it04:17
twitchytoesStartup finished in 1min 31.338s (kernel) + 1.744s (userspace) = 1min 33.083s04:17
kris27mctwitchytoes, have you done a systemctl status on it?04:19
Ender_Wigginill copy04:19
twitchytoesDegraded, 1 failed unit04:19
twitchytoesDon't remember how to show what is failed04:19
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try apt-get purge linux-image-3.16.0-30-generic04:21
twitchytoesreset-failed made it work fine04:22
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: if it fails, run rm /boot/initrd.img-3.16.0-30-generic04:22
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then try again04:22
Ender_Wigginstill running04:24
madhumper69when booting up ubuntu i get error required virtual size does not fit available size: requested=(1280, 1024), minimum=(640, 400), maximum=(1024, 768)" after some reaseach i am to add entries to  /etc/X11/xorg.conf however i do not have this directory?04:24
madhumper69i have X11 but no xorg.conf04:24
Ender_WigginEriC^^ok done04:30
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, try apt-get purge linux-image-3.16.0-{37,38,53}-generic04:32
kris27mcI found a solution for all your problems04:32
kris27mc!yt obliterate04:32
kris27mcwow nvm04:32
kris27mcthis channel is unequipped04:32
defaultPenguinFor what?04:33
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then apt-get install --reinstall linux-image-3.16.0-57-generic04:34
defaultPenguinThe singularity?04:34
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: there's a warning about /etc/crypttab , can you paste cat /etc/crypttab ?04:35
Ender_Wigginyeah standbye04:35
madhumper69when booting up ubuntu i get error required virtual size does not fit available size: requested=(1280, 1024), minimum=(640, 400), maximum=(1024, 768)" after some reaseach i am to add entries to  /etc/X11/xorg.conf however i have no xorg.conf??? help would be great thanks04:38
* kris27mc catches a wild Pikachu04:38
* madhumper69 wants it :-P04:39
Ender_WigginEriC^^ http://paste.ubuntu.com/15128590/04:39
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: there's a typo04:40
Ender_Wigginfigured hah04:40
* kris27mc gives the new Pikachu to [madhumper69]04:40
defaultPenguinmadhumper69, what all have you tried to remedy your issue?04:41
Ender_Wigginrunning now04:41
madhumper69well all i see online is to go in xorg.conf and add the resolution but i do not have this conf file04:41
madhumper69im still researching but 99% of forums redirect to xorg.conf ??04:42
defaultPenguinBut you do have xorg correct?04:43
kris27mcI don't have the file either04:43
kris27mcPerhaps that's the incorrect path04:44
ubottuThe /etc/X11/xorg.conf file is deprecated, but sometimes may still be needed to pass values to specific drivers. Generic xorg.conf generation: http://ubottu.com/y/xorgconf - ATI/AMD ( fglrx driver ) specific: http://ubottu.com/y/atiamd - NVidia ( nvidia driver )specific: http://ubottu.com/y/nvidia man xorg.conf for file structure and syntax.04:44
madhumper69no i dont see that anywhere i look in etc/X11 and no xorg.conf i also searched and nothing running ubuntu 14.0404:44
daxfirst link04:44
daxerm, or not, I think the URL shortener broke04:44
madhumper69the video card is intergraded on a i5 2400 cpu04:45
reisio"is deprecated... but still used"04:45
reisiowonderful factoid :p04:45
daxreisio: it's true.04:46
madhumper69the system seems to see the card fine it seems installed04:46
defaultPenguinDo "Xorg :0 -configure"04:46
madhumper69says fatal server error server is already active for display 004:47
defaultPenguinThat will create a skeleton file that in /root I think04:47
defaultPenguinWhat's the contents of /etc/X11/ ?04:49
madhumper69app-defaults ; cursors ; default-display-manager ; fonts ; rgb.txt  ; xinit   ; xkb    ;xreset/d    ;xresources  ; xsession/d   ;xsession.options  ; xsm  ;xwrapper.config04:51
defaultPenguinAre you in an X session right now?04:52
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madhumper69im remotely connected with vnc04:53
madhumper69but i get this error when i directly have my monitor hooked up also04:53
defaultPenguinCan you ssh?04:53
madhumper69i have ssh open want me to close xrdp04:53
madhumper69and run command again?04:54
defaultPenguinFirst do "xkill - a"04:55
defaultPenguin*xkill -a04:55
madhumper69unable to open display04:55
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: not sure about that, maybe it needs to be sdb5_crypt , anyways, try rebooting to see if it works04:58
EriC^^type exit, then reboot04:58
defaultPenguinTry sys04:59
defaultPenguinTry sudo stop lightdm04:59
madhumper69what is sys?04:59
Ender_Wigginshould i try booting from HDD?04:59
defaultPenguinSorry it was a typo04:59
madhumper69i have gdm05:00
madhumper69stop gdm?05:00
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: did all the grub packages get installed btw?05:01
defaultPenguinOK now try the "Xorg :0 -configure"  again05:01
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type dpkg -l | grep grub if you're still there05:01
madhumper69im logged in as root; Xorg :0 -configure > Xorg :0: command not found05:02
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Ender_Wigginshould i reboot and try to run off HDD?05:03
defaultPenguinTry X -configure05:03
Madhumper69think that made a conf file for xorg05:06
Madhumper69Your xorg.conf file is /root/xorg.conf.new05:06
Madhumper69To test the server, run 'X -config /root/xorg.conf.new'05:06
Madhumper69shows me a list of drivers also05:07
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: yeah05:07
Madhumper69im in xorg.conf.new now in /root05:08
defaultPenguinVery sorry mate but I need to go to bed05:08
defaultPenguinBest of luck to you05:08
Ender_Wiggini think....05:08
Ender_WigginIT MAY BE WORKING05:08
Madhumper69ok well thanks for the push i appriciate it, i have a xorg.conf.new now05:08
Ender_Wigginknock on wood05:09
Madhumper69lol? not sure what to do with it should i put it in x11?05:09
Ender_Wigginnew error lol05:09
Ender_WigginGave up on waiting for root device.05:09
Ender_Wiggingot a prompt that says (initramfs)05:10
Ender_Wigginwith tpying access05:10
twitchytoesNo dice on fixing boot time05:10
defaultPenguinYeah do a mv /root/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf05:10
Madhumper69thanks penguin sweet dreams zZZzZzz05:11
RaysunKRYou are in the US?05:11
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: what was it doing before?05:11
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ah vfs thing05:11
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: maybe it's the /etc/crypttab issue, try booting it again05:12
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: the live usb i mean05:12
Ender_Wigginsigh haha05:12
* pi___ 05:13
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Ender_Wiggink booted to live cd05:15
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, decrypt the partition05:15
RoadRunneranyone had any luck getting rss-glx screensaver(s) (availbale on usc) to work without xscreensaver?05:16
Guy1524hey guys, is it safe to upgrade from 15.10 to 16.04 alpha 2?  Like, will it constantly be crashing05:16
Guy1524because there is this package I really want only in 16.0405:17
Ender_Wigginby typing in passphrase right?05:17
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: yeah05:17
Guy1524oh hey EriC^^, I ended up reinstalling ubuntu because of the driver problem I was having05:18
EriC^^Guy1524: oh05:19
Ender_Wigginnow what05:19
Guest15394i come here just for fun05:20
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type sudo mount /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root /mnt05:21
Def_Hi all, just wanted to ask you guys - did anyone of you tired to change the mac addrres of interface permanently? I have tried the udev methed and the init.d with no success I remember that in the previous versions of Ubuntu that was not a problem at all - anything changed?05:21
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type cat /mnt/etc/fstab /mnt/etc/crypttab05:23
Ender_Wigginyou need pastebin?05:24
Def_Hi all, just wanted to ask you guys - did anyone of you tired to change the mac addrres of interface permanently? I have tried the udev methed and the init.d with no success I remember that in the previous versions of Ubuntu that was not a problem at all - anything changed?05:27
reisiocan't say I've ever had a reason to, permanently05:28
reisioshould be about as simple as temporarily, though05:28
Def_reisio: not really, the kernel is changing the mac everydtime it loads the drivers05:29
ondroedpeople, i have ubuntu 15.10 with unity and i don't see any securuty notifications on top bar05:29
Def_reisio: even if you will change it in /etc/udev it will be changed again after the reboot05:29
Def_reisio: its kinda funny that is such a hassle really05:29
reisioit isn't05:30
reisioit's kinda funny you feel you need it, though05:30
reisiofunny as in odd05:30
Def_reisio: do you know how to do it permanently? or you just want to ask for the reasons? its for my virtual box05:31
Ender_WigginEriC^^ http://paste.ubuntu.com/15128952/05:33
jeffrey_fMay be off topic - any good EDI packages in the open sources realm??05:33
reisiojeffrey_f: what's an example of an edi package?05:34
jeffrey_fElectron Data Interchange05:34
jeffrey_fBOTS is out there, but it hasn't been touched since 201405:35
shamuraijeffrey_f: bots is the only one I know of but I can't think of any reason to use them anymore.05:35
jeffrey_fshamurai: Just want to get familiar with EDI, but most are pay to play and are rather expenseive05:36
kazdaxhey i want to install ubuntu on y system05:37
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: it looks ok almost05:37
kazdaxi have a usb drive and i can download the DVD05:38
Ender_Wigginok what ya suggest?05:38
kazdaxhow do i do the partition if my windows takes all of it alread05:38
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: fstab uses the uuid of root to mount it and the other just names it sda5_crypt once it's decrypted, i think05:39
Ender_Wigginso should i reboot or?05:39
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: i dont know, maybe it needs some hooks for the initramfs or try naming it sdb_crypt maybe05:39
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try sudo nano /mnt/etc/crypttab05:39
kazdaxshould i download ubuntu 14 or 15 ?05:39
EriC^^and change it to sdb5_crypt05:40
ondroedhow should security updates notifications look like in unuty ubunut 15.10? Where it must appearaarera?05:40
Ender_Wigginlooks like it's called that already05:41
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: honestly i dont have an idea about this, it's getting really late here and i have to go to bed, sorry05:41
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: no i think it's sda5_crypt not sdb5_crypt right now05:41
RaysunKRI installed a ubuntu in a VM by netinstall.How I let the system support utf-8 to show chinese?05:41
Ender_Wigginah yeah05:42
xanguaondroed: you get the update manager window pop-up05:42
EriC^^try changing that, then type " for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done "05:42
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then type sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/boot; sudo chroot /mnt05:42
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then update-initramfs -u -k all05:42
* minty 05:42
ondroedxangua: software updater?05:43
Ender_Wiggink on it05:44
Jordan_URaysunKR: How are you trying to view Chinese? What do you see when you try?05:44
Ender_Wiggingot an error on first one05:45
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: don't put the quotes05:46
Ender_Wigginlol sry05:46
Ender_Wiggingot sudomount: command not found 5 times05:46
EriC^^typo ^05:47
baizonEnder_Wiggin: sudo mount, not sudomount05:47
Ender_Wiggink got it05:48
Ender_Wiggindoin next steps05:48
RaysunKRJordan_U: I wanna install a utf-8 support like CentOS05:48
RaysunKRJordan_U: I worked in text line,Every thin is05:49
Ender_Wiggink running update05:49
RaysunKRJordan_U: I worked in text line,Every thing is little block05:49
Jordan_URaysunKR: Ok. Are you at a tty or are you in X?05:50
Ender_Wigginaccidently hit a few keys while it ran05:50
Ender_Wigginignore the ^[[A stuff05:50
RaysunKRJordan_U: I at tty.05:50
Ender_WigginI can remove the encryption completely if itll solve the problem05:51
Ender_Wiggini really just wanna get the system running05:51
Ender_Wigginor run some sort of autofix from the live CD if it doesnt erase existing settings or data05:51
RaysunKRJordan_U: Now I used lubuntu-desktop.In gragh environment,everything looks well.05:51
ondroedxangua: where it will appeare? on left side bar or on top, where gear, time, etc?05:52
RaysunKRJordan_U: But I'd like to work in tty,because I can't imagine a large Xwindow environment running in an very old PC.05:53
Ender_WigginEriC^^what ya suggest05:53
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: can you upload /boot/grub/grub.cfg ?05:53
Ender_Wigginsure how? lol05:53
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: cat /boot/grub/grub.cfg05:54
Jordan_URaysunKR: Xorg can be *very* light, especially if you're mostly working in terminals.05:54
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: cat /boot/grub/grub.cfg /etc/default/grub05:54
RaysunKRJordan_U: Eh,ok.Thanks your answer.05:55
Jordan_URaysunKR: You're welcome.05:56
RaysunKRJordan_U: How do you think use ubuntu to build a home server?05:56
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try sudo nano /etc/default/grub, then add "rootdelay=40" to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="...."05:57
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: so that it's "quiet splash rootdelay=40" or so05:57
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then update-grub05:58
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EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: if it works you can lower the rootdelay until it just works, try 10 maybe05:58
goddardsometimes my battery indicator says 100% full charged and says its plugged in but it isn't05:59
goddardhow can i reset it?05:59
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: if the rootdelay doesn't fix it, try holding shift to get grub when the pc boots, then go to advanced and choose an older kernel05:59
goddardrunning 14.0405:59
Ender_Wigginok restarting now05:59
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: 1 sec05:59
EriC^^which ubuntu are you using?06:00
EriC^^type cat /etc/issue06:00
Ender_Wigginhow do i check?06:00
Ender_Wiggindownloaded the Live CD, prob newer than the on on the HDD06:00
EriC^^i mean the one on the hdd06:00
Ender_Wigginlooks like 14.04.3 LTS06:01
Ender_Wiggin\n \l06:01
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ok, try apt-get install --reinstall linux-generic06:01
Ender_Wigginnot restart?06:02
EriC^^see if it installs the 3.13.0-77 kernel06:02
Ender_Wiggink done06:06
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: did it install the 77 kernel?06:06
EriC^^ok, if the 3.16 ones don't work try it out06:07
Ender_Wigginshould i reboot?06:07
homajilihi my friends06:08
reisiohi friend (hi friend, hi friend!)06:12
Ender_WigginEriC^^ got same error, i should hold shift when i restart?06:13
Ender_Wiggini entered normal Ubuntu06:13
Ender_Wiggini can try recovery06:13
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: yeah hold shift06:14
reisiolotuspsychje: got that one? :p06:14
EriC^^then go to advanced06:14
lotuspsychjereisio: yes friend :p06:14
Ender_Wiggingot a smilar error06:15
EriC^^from the 3.13 kernel?06:15
Ender_WigginBusyBox v1.21.1 (ubuntu 1:1.21.0-1ubuntu1) built-in shell (ash) Enter help for list of built in commands06:15
Ender_Wigginthink it was 3.16, first recovery option06:16
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try the normal 3.13 one06:16
Ender_Wigginill restart again and go through shift menu06:16
Ender_Wigginsame error06:18
Ender_WigginGave up waiting on root device06:18
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: did you update-grub after adding rootdelay earlier?06:18
Ender_Wigginill redo it06:18
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: it's ok06:18
EriC^^press e in grub over ubuntu06:18
EriC^^and go to the line that starts with linux and change the rootdelay to a higher number06:19
EriC^^then press ctrl+x06:19
Ender_Wigginlike 60?06:19
Dylan____Hello guys im getting a samsung galaxy06:21
Dylan____S5 can that be used to transfer music etc from ubuntu?06:21
lotuspsychjeDylan____: if you enable dev mode on your android06:22
Ender_Wigginhow do i get back to the edit grub06:22
Ender_Wiggindid the nano for it and it's blank06:22
xanguaYes, if you use release 14.04 and up Dylan____06:22
Ender_Wigginalready unlocked encrypted drive06:22
Ender_Wiggindo i need to be root?06:22
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: you need to mount and stuff06:23
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: type sudo mount /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root /mnt06:23
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/boot06:23
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: can you upload cat /etc/default/grub ?06:24
EriC^^i want to see if there's an option about encryption there06:24
EriC^^GRUB_CRYPTO_ENABLE_LINUX or something like that06:25
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: sorry, cat /mnt/etc/default/grub06:25
Dylan____Ok thanks cause i tried to put music on my iphone didnt work but now that i have a galaxy i can finally put music on it06:27
Dylan____So happy06:27
reisioalways simplest to transfer data to and from a wireless device via... wireless06:28
lotuspsychjeDylan____: iphone should also showup as mounted device..06:28
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: i'm not sure this matters, but try to decrypt the partition using sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sdb5 sdb5_crypt06:28
Dylan____I was meant to say ipod not iphone silly me06:28
lotuspsychje!iphone | Dylan____06:28
ubottuDylan____: For information on how to sync and add tracks to your iPod, see the guide at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IPodHowto - For the iPhone and the iPod Touch, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PortableDevices/iPhone - See !RockBox for information on liberating your iPod06:28
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try to reboot the live usb and use the command above to decrypt it06:29
xanguaDylan____: what Ubuntu and iOS version?06:29
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: rootdelay is missing in /mnt/etc/default/grub are you sure you saved it after adding it?06:31
Ender_Wigginthought i did06:31
Ender_Wiggink ill run the decrypt can ya walk me through how to edit that grub again06:32
goddardsometimes my battery indicator says 100% full charged and says its plugged in but it isn't06:33
goddardhow can i reset it?06:33
goddardrunning 14.0406:33
Ender_Wigginunlocked via cryptsetup06:33
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin:ok, type sudo mount /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root /mnt06:35
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/boot06:35
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done06:36
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: then sudo chroot /mnt06:36
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: sudo nano /etc/default/grub06:36
EriC^^save with ctrl+o06:36
Ender_Wigginafter quietsplash i add what exactly?06:38
Ender_Wiggincntrl+o then cntrl+x?06:39
lotuspsychjegoddard: reboot doesnt fix that? try a reboot without adapter branched06:39
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: yeah06:39
EriC^^not yet06:39
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: try update-initramfs -u -k all06:39
Ender_WigginEriC^^ running06:40
EriC^^any warnings?06:41
Ender_Wigginnot that i can see06:41
Ender_Wigginjust says generating /boot 3x06:42
EriC^^try rebooting06:42
Ender_Wigginwhat about that save grub thing?06:42
Ender_Wigginerr a command i entered after editing in nano last time06:42
EriC^^run update-grub06:42
Ender_Wiggincommand not found06:43
Ender_Wigginnvmd lol06:43
Ender_Wiggindid run haha06:43
Ender_Wigginok now restart?06:43
facerany body use cygwin?06:43
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: ^06:44
Jordan_Ufacer: This channel is for Ubuntu support only.06:44
Ender_Wigginok new thing happened06:45
Ender_Wiggingot my crypt prompt up06:45
Ender_Wigginthats good06:45
Ender_WigginOMFG YES06:46
Ender_Wigginty ty ty EriC^^06:47
Ender_Wigginyou deserve a damn medal06:47
lotuspsychje!cookie | EriC^^06:47
ubottuEriC^^: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!06:47
facerany body how to backup cygwin for another system?06:47
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: np06:47
Ender_Wigginthanks so much man06:47
lotuspsychjefacer: you just have been told this is ubuntu support06:47
Ender_Wigginseriously, saved me! Go to bed and relax haha06:47
facerlotuspsychje: ok06:48
Ender_Wigginyoure wayyy too awesome06:48
lotuspsychje!alis | facer try to find a relevant channel06:48
ubottufacer try to find a relevant channel: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu or /msg alis list http06:48
EriC^^Ender_Wiggin: you might not need the rootdelay, try sudo nano /etc/default/grub and remove it and update-grub when you want06:48
Ender_Wigginim gonna go get a beer finally haha06:48
Ender_Wigginsee ya06:48
EriC^^no problem, see ya06:48
facerubottu got it06:49
jumpkickAre there any Kubernetes compatiable kernels in the repo that have compile flags CONFIG_RESOURCE_COUNTERS and CONFIG_MEMCG_SWAP_ENABLED both enabled?06:55
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ugliefroghow do i fix this, i was trying to look in my pictures folder and i got this error "Unable to find the requested file. Please check the spelling and try again.08:30
TalkToMesounds like you should try spelling it correctly08:32
k1lue tab-completion in terminal08:32
desousluGood morning everyone.08:38
desousluI started a new Hibernate application today and it is raising an java.lang.AbstractMethodError exception.08:39
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desousluIt comes up when I call the buildSessionFactory() method.08:39
desousluThis is essentially the same issue reported here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32165415/java-lang-abstractmethoderror-when-buildind-session-factory08:39
desousluThere are a good number of threads over the web with this same issue, but I have not found an answer yet.08:40
daxno thanks. any tech support questions?08:47
abetterfishNope. Don't use ubuntu08:48
daxalrighty. please keep the channel clear for support, then08:48
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shahar188How should I update glibc in my ubuntu server? (production)08:52
Ben64same way you update anything in ubuntu. sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade08:53
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daxand then your best bet is to reboot, to be honest08:53
lesterc(to make sure all your process are using the updated shared library)08:53
lestercWhat a fun week huh? :)08:54
shahar188I ran apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade08:54
shahar188It doesn't find an update to the glibc packages08:54
Ben64what version of ubuntu08:54
k1lshahar188: what version shows "apt-cache policy libc6" as installed?08:55
Ben64what is the output of "apt-cache policy libc6 | grep Installed"08:55
shahar188even unattended upgrades is active08:55
Ben64k1l: you beat me by a second :(08:56
k1lBen64: ha!08:56
daxif unattended upgrades is active, it's probably already installed...08:56
shahar188I need to upgrade the package08:56
shahar188because of the new exploit08:57
k1lshahar188: what does "lsb_release -d" show you?08:57
shahar188it's 14.0408:57
k1lSharkMa-san: dont lie!08:57
k1lshahar188: what exact output does "lsb_release -d" show you?08:57
af0Description:    Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS08:58
af0This give you the version of your distrib08:58
shahar188Description:Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS09:01
Ben64shahar188: pastebin the full output of "apt-get policy libc6"09:02
k1lshahar188: please pastebin the output of ""apt-cache policy libc6" to paste.ubuntu.com and show the link here09:02
Ben64k1l: ha!09:02
jgcampbell300so for code we use pastebin but what if i wanted to show pictures of my desktop ... is there something for that09:04
k1ljgcampbell300: imgur.com09:05
jgcampbell300kil: thanks09:05
jushurany plans for a updated install iso files, due to the glibc debacle..09:05
k1ljushur: uh, good question. i think that is worth filing a bug.09:06
kezHi all.  Could someone tell me where I can find an older version (2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.21) of the binary qemu-kvm debian package?09:06
kezI've looked on launchpad and only saw the binary for 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.2209:06
kez...and my google-fu isn't turning much up.09:07
elkfishis KVM 2.0 not default?09:08
kezNaw, there was a recent security update and I think the fix broke some functionality.09:09
kezI've submitted a bug-report https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qemu/+bug/154582109:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1545821 in qemu (Ubuntu) "Regression: spice usbredirect causes windows client to crash" [High,New]09:09
elkfishOh. What version is default in the repos?09:09
kezand was asked to install the older version, to help troubleshoot it.09:09
tetahow do I modify this to make it run every 5 minutes?  messagingService.com003.active.renewal.contract.cron.val=0 0 1 ? * ?09:09
k1lkez: what shows "apt-cache policy qemu-kvm". please put into a pastebin and link it here09:11
askohello guys! newbie here with a problem. i just installed openjdk but it still says application requires java runtime09:12
kezelkfish v 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.22 is the most recent trusty-security release... I dunno' what's available in plain-old trusty... but I'm certain it's older than the version I've been asked to install.09:12
jushurrealy want them to implement an option to set the unity panel height and color. my terminal gets slightly badly aligned at bottom due to the panel height.09:13
kezk1l http://pastebin.com/yQA4RAPK09:14
elkfishCan't stand unity09:14
Flannelkez: Ask where to find that package in the bug report.  Maybe he knows an archive that has it.09:15
Flannelkez: or query the guy, `hallyn` is his nick09:15
k1lelkfish: then use something else. ubuntu ships enough desktops09:16
kezFlannel ok, I figured I was just being a n00b and there was a common archive where old packages where kept and I couldn't find it.09:16
k1lkez: there is no .21 package in the repos. you only could use 2.0.0~rc1+dfsg-0ubuntu309:17
elkfishI do,I use KDE09:17
k1lelkfish: ok. then we dont need the comments on unity from you, if you dont even use it.09:17
matthia__hello, i try to run an script from udev rules, that works but after some seconds the scipt close (and my wvdial umts connect is close), i have try to start a service with systemctl,  is this the right way????09:18
kezk1l ok thanks for looking :)  I know that the bug does not exist on 2.0.0+dfsg-2ubuntu1.19 0 - but that's most recent version I had locally cached.09:18
jushurelkfish: what gpu you on? asking as i found that there is major issues with kde on radeon driver.09:18
elkfishjushur, Nvidia gtx 960. Using proprietary drivers.09:19
jushurelkfish: urgh.. im kinda against using those my self. so ill stick with the working unity on radeon driver.09:20
elkfishjushur, I hate using them too. Display barely works on my distro on open source drivers.09:22
pihpahHow can I install php5-memcached extension? apt-get install php5-memcached tells that it cannot find that extension.09:24
matthia__hi pihpah: have you try php5-memcached memcached  in  apt-get ?09:26
sebsebsebmatthia__: hi09:29
pihpahmatthia__: memcached is already installed09:29
pihpahE: Unable to locate package php5-memcached09:30
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sebsebsebthe Internet :d09:32
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ouroumov_no yangjun09:34
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ouroumov_yangjun, this is a text only communication channel09:34
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pihpahW: Failed to fetch http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/saucy/universe/binary-i386/Packages  404  Not Found [IP: 80]09:36
yangjunis people in this channel only about ubuntu>09:36
sebsebsebyangjun: yes for help with Ubuntu09:36
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ubottuyangjun, please see my private message09:36
yangjuni'm studying ubuntu09:36
k1lyangjun: stop that talk in here please. this channel is for technical suppport only. please use #ubuntu-offtopic for talk09:37
acosonicHi all, how do I update SOA for all my DNS records?09:39
k1lpihpah: is your network blocked? do you use a proxy?09:40
BruceyGreetings fellow humans09:42
BruceyI come in search of knowledge of the ways of Python and Django09:43
sebsebsebBrucey: wrong channel try  python and django I guess.  with a number sign09:43
sebsebsebuh keyboard set up09:43
BruceyI am but an idiot who knows not the ways of IRC how might I find such channels?09:44
ubottupython is a popular Object Oriented scripting language included in Ubuntu. For more on Python please see http://www.python.org/ or #python09:44
sebsebsebBrucey: channel is at the  end there09:44
sebsebsebpress the link09:44
ubottudjango is a high level python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. - see http://www.djangoproject.com09:44
k1lBrucey: try #python as channel for a start.09:45
acosonicAnybody got any idea? It's bind server that I need to replace SOA in every zone file...09:45
ubottuA list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines09:45
abetterfishBrucy: Do you know python but not django? There is a very current django tutorial on sentdex's youtube channel09:45
Bruceyabetterfish: I am a n00b in both respects, I did follow a couple of tutorials I had python mysql eclipse django all installed but ran in to trouble part way through the setup and fear I have irrevocably destroyed my computer09:47
askoinstalled openjdk AND oracle java runtimes but it still says application requires java runtime, wtf?09:48
BruceyIs anyone else using HexChat?09:49
abetterfishAll hail hexchat09:50
askoany tips guys?09:51
Bruceyapparently it allows python scripting?09:52
abetterfishBrucey: Yeah hexchat can get python plugins (I think)09:53
abetterfishasko: What type of file are you trying to run? A jar?09:54
acosonichow to disable ipv6 permanently on ubuntu server?10:01
p3rrorI need to collect some information from many servers10:02
acosonicabetterfish: I'm having some google authentification problems with email...10:02
p3rrorI have a list of installed application ad I need to get all version of thoses applications10:03
p3rrorIs there a  tool can I use or may I have to use a simple script10:03
abetterfishacosonic, Sent you a PM10:05
jushuracosonic: is better to just firewall the ipv6 interface. then disabling it.10:06
acosonicjushur: why? ...10:07
jushuracosonic: things can/will break when you disable it. firewalling it instead will block any remote access to it. and keep the localhost abilities.10:09
acosonicjushur: true... true... Hm...10:10
acosonicthen I just need to tell DNS not to use it... And postfix not to use it, then it might be OK10:11
jushuracosonic: only need one app installed that has hardcoded ipv6 in and it will start to behave strange if it cant find it.10:11
jushuracosonic: yes proper configs are the right way to do it.10:12
askoabetterfish, minecraft.exe10:14
Mathisenhello can anyone help me install grub, i installed it on the usb stick by misstake... and now i need to fix it. only problem is its not here im using ssh can someone guide me so i can install grub and then make a reboot..10:14
Mathiseni only have 1 try when its over ssh... :(10:14
abetterfishasko: java -jar Minecraft.exe10:14
Mathisenif i mess upp it wont come upp :)10:14
acosonicok so I just removed reverse DNS entry for IPv610:14
abetterfishasko: Well, err, you'll need the Minecraft.jar from minecraft.net/download10:15
Ben64yeah, you don't run the exe in linux10:15
askoit wont allow me to test it..10:15
askoi installed it via wine10:16
Ben64it's java, run it with java10:16
abetterfishDon't run Wine if you don't have to. Wine is not the best solution (still mad props to the wine devs)10:16
askoi wont buy minecraft license if this machine wont run it10:18
askoim using thinkpad t4310:18
askominetest ran fine but its written in c++10:19
askorelevant because .jar file from minecraft.net/download requires buying it first, no demo option :S10:19
Ben64not really relevant to ubuntu support10:20
askoyea true..10:20
cfhowlettasko, mintest is in the repos free.10:20
circlein rhythmbox how do i stop it using the play queue and instead just instantly playing the song i want10:20
askoyes i downloaded it10:20
Ben64your laptop probably can't play minecraft anyway10:21
MACscrdid the kernel support for ubuntu 14.04 lts jump from 3.13 to 3.19? Does that mean that 3.16 isnt officially supported for it? I have a solution that cant use 3.19 and the latest its supports in general is 3.16.10:24
k1lMACscr: see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack#Kernel.2BAC8-Support.A14.04.x_Ubuntu_Kernel_Support10:25
k1lMACscr: either you use 3.13 the whole time or you need to switch kernel stacks in the time when 16.04 gets released.10:26
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MACscrk1l: thanks. exactly what I was looking for10:26
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MACscrany ideas why memtest is part of my grub, yet memtest isnt even installed according to dpkg —list10:31
jushurMACscr: its in the package grub?..10:35
MACscrjushur: it is? my system is kvm, i dont need it10:37
gundahello oall10:38
jushurMACscr: well your free t orecompile the package and remove that part.10:38
gundaany it techs online that i could brainpick regarding some implementation of a file server?10:39
Ben64ask the question and find out10:40
k1lMACscr: you can set the memtest script -x in /etc/grub.d/10:41
MACscrk1l: -x?10:44
k1lremove the executable permission10:44
RocketLL_I did sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop in ubuntu and rebooted, now the login screen and desktop looks really messed up, I think it's becuase of my GPU. How can i ssh into it and undo my changes?10:44
MACscrhmm, i wonder why its not part of grub on my other system10:47
Tin_manRocketLL_, can't you just sudo apt-get purge kubuntu-desktop?10:49
RocketLL_It says it's not installed ;-;10:49
Tin_manthats weird10:49
RocketLL_I'm sure it installed properly, I was staring at the screen for the duration of the download10:50
Tin_manbeyond me.. sure someone should know10:50
r4fu5hi there10:51
r4fu5im plannin on buing a tablet 4 ubuntu touch... i know there is a fully documented hardware-compatibility list but can u guyz recommend some tablets?10:54
cfhowlett!touch | r4fu5 read the wiki10:54
k1lr4fu5: #ubuntu-touch is the related channel10:54
ubottur4fu5 read the wiki: Information about the Ubuntu Touch platform for Phone and Tablet is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch . Support and discussion in #ubuntu-touch10:54
r4fu5ty k1l10:54
owen1'xdg-mime query default text/html' -> firefox.desktop     how to find the correct name for chromium-browser?10:57
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owen1(so chromium will be the default)10:58
MACscrsorry for all the kernel questions, but im trying to clean things up. Any ideas why kernel 3.19 is mentioned when dpkg doesnt list it as installed? http://hastebin.com/raw/afikecesiz10:58
MACscrim trying to keep my system at 3.1310:58
MACscr3.13.0-77-generic #121-Ubuntu is what is installed10:59
MACscrer, currently running10:59
gundaok so i am setting up a file server. i want to use btrfs to protect myself from hard drive failure as well as to create snapshots to protect against other data loss. i would also like to have a pair of external hard drives that backups are periodically run swapped so i can keep an offsite backup11:00
gundais this possible?11:00
k1lMACscr: "ls -al /boot"11:01
mcphailgunda: yes, of course11:01
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MACscrk1l: it is listed there11:02
akikowen1: not sure but did you check /usr/share/applications ?11:02
gundai was hoping to set up the externals in such a way that  they be apart of the raid with the main drive. if the main drive fails i can just push the external in and bootup with some small amount of configuration11:02
k1lMACscr: what syste is that?11:02
gundaubuntu on btrfs11:03
MACscrk1l: its a trust LTS system11:03
mcphailgunda: I can't see why that would be a good idea, but good luck with that11:03
Ben64gunda: sounds complicated, if you have drive(s) for backup, why not just use ext4 and backup regularly11:03
k1lMACscr: a apt-get autoremove doesnt remove it?11:03
owen1akik: nope. let me see11:03
gundamcphail: explain your pov please11:04
owen1akik: i see this file: /usr/share/applications/chromium-browser.deskto11:04
gundaben64: i expect the file server to be well into a TB of data and im worried the backups would take to long11:04
mcphailgunda: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KISS_principle11:04
Ben64well just backup the changes, like with rsync11:05
akikowen1: you can set defaults with "xdg-mime default chromium-browser.desktop mime_type_here"11:05
gundamcphail: thank you i agree with that which is why im here to find a better solution.11:06
akikor is it called resetting them11:06
MACscrk1l: of course not, it doesnt even think its installed11:06
MACscras you could see with that dpkg output11:06
owen1akik: awesome. what should be my mime/type ?11:07
mcphailgunda: Ben64 has given you the best solution. rsync is your friend. rsnapshot is a nice wrapper for incremental backups11:07
k1lMACscr: any chance you manually fiddled with dpkg there?11:07
akikowen1: they should be listed in the .desktop file11:07
owen1akik: oh. cool11:07
k1lMACscr: apt-cache policy linux-image-3.19.0-25-generic11:08
akikowen1: i copied these oneliners from someone, setting vlc as default https://atkdinosaurus.wordpress.com/2015/09/06/how-to-set-vlc-as-the-default-media-player-kdexdg/11:08
gundamcphail ben64: ok thanks. regarding btrfs. can i rsync all the data with the snapshots? i apologize i have only recently discovered the power of non-windows systems and still trying to understand it all11:09
mcphailgunda: yes, you can rsync the snapshots if you wish11:09
MACscrk1l: Installed: (none)11:09
Ben64i don't do btrfs11:09
Ben64ext4 is nice and stable11:09
k1lMACscr: then remove that manually from /boot11:10
mcphailgunda: just remember a snapshot is not a backup - merely a convenient way to do a rollback11:10
k1lMACscr: or is this related to the host system?11:10
owen1akik: this one works! thanks. xdg-mime default chromium-browser.desktop x-scheme-handler/https11:11
Mathisenanyone thats willing to help me install grub on my @ server... i messed up and installed it on a usb stick by misstake .. im doing this with ssh so only 1 shot @ it.. thats why i want someone to guide me..11:11
gundaMcphail: i understand. my aim is to be able to fully restore the server (including the snapshots) from an external hard drive11:12
gundaMcphail: so that worse case scenario the building burns down i can build up a new server with the data (incl snapshots) with the external hard drive11:13
mcphailgunda: that sounds messy. Remember your external drive would have to be many times larger than your source drive, as snapshots are stored COW. Copying them to the external drive will lose that11:13
gundamcphail: ok so its not that it cant be done. only that it would be impractical11:14
mcphailgunda: you'd need to read up on "btrfs send" to do it neatly. I'm no expert on that11:14
MACscrk1l: removed it manually and grub no longer shows it when i do update-grub, so thats good, but when i run 'update-initramfs -u' now, it still creates an initrd for 3.1911:17
gundamcphail: ok thanks. this is the following setup im going to use. please let me know what you think. two hdd in machine running raid1 using btrfs. ill create nightly snapshots and weekly do rsync of the partitions to an external hdd. once rsync is complete ill swap out the external  and keep the first offsite for emergancies11:17
Ben64sounds overly complex still11:18
A8399-Guest:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:18
A8399-Guest_:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:18
A8399-Guest.,:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:18
A8399-Guest,:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:18
A8399-Guest:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:18
gundaben64: i figure it will protect from every sort of failure with minimal downtime11:19
Ben64btrfs adds unnecessarily complexity imo, as does raid 111:19
mcphailgunda: I'm generally of the opinion that RAID is a complete waste of time for almost every practical purpose11:19
Ben64ext4, normal system, no raid, backups11:20
gundaif i drop the raid i am still protected by an offsite backup. and instead of external harddrives i could use a cloud based backup such as crashplan11:20
Ben64you don't have to worry about raid if one drive dies, you just restore from backup11:21
mcphailgunda: Ben64 is right. Until you get your backup strategy in place, everything else is just froth11:21
gundathe only downside to that is recoverytime if a hard drive fails or if an emergancy occurs11:21
gundaid like to use btrfs for the snapshots as i am gonna be running a mysql database on it and want zero downtime when backing up11:23
Ben64good luck, you seem to ignore advice so i'll stop giving it11:24
gundaim not ignoring at all please dont get me wrong.11:24
gundaim just justifying why i want to use btrfs. i understand that it complicates things but i need as little downtime as possible. i have taken your advice to not use raid. it does seem silly11:26
gundai have also taken mcphails advice that  i shouldnt backup the snapshots11:27
yeatsgunda: if the machine you're using has a RAID controller, you *should* use RAID (IMHO), but if you're talking about software RAID, that's a different situation11:27
mcphailgunda: that isn't exactly what I said...11:27
yeatsgunda: and you might look into something like rdiff-backup for incremental backup that allows you to restore to a point in time11:28
OerHeksi cannot get my launchpad back11:29
gundayeats: is that not what btrfs would allow me to do?11:29
yeatsgunda: further on the point about RAID - I would actually recommend that you buy a server that *does* have a good RAID controller given your use case11:30
OerHeksi give up, starting with a new name, registering etc, losing membership11:30
yeatsgunda: I'll be honest, I don't know11:30
yeatsI've not used btrfs11:30
kiros2a:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:30
kiros2a_:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:30
kiros2a.,:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:31
kiros2a:):) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:31
kiros2a.,:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:31
yeatsgunda: (but I do manage a system that needs to be up all the time and needs redundancy and fast restore from backup)11:31
jushurive moved away from btrfs on my systems, if i need proper filesystem i use a bit of extra ram and zfs on the storage drives11:31
gundayeats: how do you generally configure your systems?11:32
gundajushur: your reason for moving away?11:32
yeatsgunda: that's more involved than I'm willing to go into, (and it's actually OT)11:32
yeatsgunda: plenty of resources on the web for the kind of thing you're asking11:33
jushurgunda: had some bad results with btrfs, lost data.11:34
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gundayeats: i know i have been digging deep into forums, wikis, articles and howto's. its just alot of information and preferences and im just trying to find a simple solution that is fairly easy to implement and manage11:35
gundayeats: was hoping that someone in here might be able to point me in the right direction11:36
yeatsgunda: I would probably pay a consultant to help you set it up, actually, especially if it's something a business or organization is going to rely on11:37
gundayeats: i might just, thanks11:37
yeatssomebody with real-like linux server experience11:37
yeatser.. real-life11:37
gundathank you all11:38
Guest16511is this ubuntu help?11:40
Ben64Guest16511: indeed it is11:40
Guest16511hello guys11:40
Guest16511how do i run xserver with chosen driver?11:40
Guest16511i want to run on ati driver11:41
c0kgHow to have  a conky notification/count of new emails?11:41
Ben64normally it just happens, can you explain whats going on Guest1651111:41
Guest16511I would like to run xserver with xserver-xorg-video-ati not fglrx which is default (because xserver just take randomly 1 of devices and its taking fglrx not ati..)11:42
Guest16511i cannot run my desktop11:43
`consolersi'm looking at a 15.10 install cd, which part of the ubiquity code copies the filesystem to the target partition? which file should i be looking at?11:43
Ben64Guest16511: fglrx is ati's driver11:44
Guest16511@ben64 but it makes my desktop black without even mouse pointer11:44
MACscrk1l: removed it manually and grub no longer shows it when i do update-grub, so thats good, but when i run 'update-initramfs -u' now, it still creates an initrd for 3.19. Any ideas?11:45
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Ben64Guest16511: fglrx isn't default either, it needs to be installed11:45
Guest16511@Ben64 Okey, but i want to run xserver with xserver-xorg-video-ati11:46
k1lMACscr: sorry, i dont know what you did to that system to still wanting 3.19 then11:46
Ben64Guest16511: what i'm saying is you had to have done something in order to have fglrx now11:46
Guest16511@Ben64 i know... but it doesnt make me any closer to running with xserver-xorg-video-ati...11:47
EriC^^MACscr: can you paste dpkg -l | grep linux-image ?11:47
Ben64Guest16511: so undo what you did. i don't know what you did11:48
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MACscrEriC^^: its not listed there, so i had to manually remove the kernel files using rm from /boot11:48
EriC^^MACscr: oh11:49
Guest16511how do i hide the quit messages?11:51
ubottuTo ignore joins/parts/quits in your favorite IRC client, see http://wiki.xkcd.com/irc/Hide_join_part_messages11:51
ubottuTo ignore joins/parts/quits in your favorite IRC client, see http://wiki.xkcd.com/irc/Hide_join_part_messages11:53
JamEngulferI just installed Ubuntu to my hard drive, but when I select the drive in my select-a-drive-to-boot menu, it comes up with the GRUB menu, giving me the option to install or try ubuntu11:53
k1lGuest16511: read the bots message11:53
Guest16511i see...11:53
Guest16511how do i run www in console? i dont have desktop11:53
k1lJamEngulfer: how did you install it?11:53
k1lGuest16511: and btw: irc as root is plain stupid.11:54
JamEngulferI used a live USB stick11:54
JamEngulferk1l: Ah right, to avoid that, I needed to unplug the USB key11:54
JamEngulferNow I’m just getting ‘No operating system found’11:54
k1lJamEngulfer: yes. it sounds like its booting the usb11:54
ubuntu374I'm trying to allow a user to use one command with passwordless sudo using this, but it's not working, is this correct? `user ALL= NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/supervisorctl`11:55
haasnI have `less` installed but update-alternatives doesn't see it as a valid pager, `update-alternatives --display pager` only shows /bin/more and /usr/bin/pg11:55
EriC^^JamEngulfer: does the menu you used to get be in black and white?11:55
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JamEngulferGah. A clean SSD and a complete Ubuntu wipe/install and I still can’t boot11:56
MACscri installed the kernel again and then removed it with apt-get and that seemed to take care of it11:56
EriC^^JamEngulfer: go to the bios and check that legacy isn't enabled, sounds like you installed in uefi and are booting in legacy now11:56
JamEngulferEriC^^: Whelp, that didn’t fix anything11:57
marks:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:57
marks_:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:57
marks,.:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:57
marks:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛11:57
JamEngulferhuh, weird11:57
JamEngulferI put it in UEFI only, and I’m still getting “Error 1962: No operating system found”11:58
ubuntu374do I need to include sudo in the allowed commands?11:58
EriC^^JamEngulfer: what kind of laptop is it?11:59
JamEngulferA desktop11:59
EriC^^custom built?11:59
haasnubuntu374: user ALL=(root) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/supervisorctl11:59
JamEngulferIt’s a generic Lenovo one11:59
haasnubuntu374: that works for me11:59
JamEngulferGive me a sec and I’ll find the model11:59
EriC^^JamEngulfer: it's ok, did you disable secureboot?11:59
JamEngulferIt’s a Lenovo H250s12:00
ubuntu374haasn: thank you, will try :)12:00
JamEngulferWhere I’ve unplugged the built in HDD and plugged the SATA connectors into an SSH12:00
homahi my friends12:00
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, let me try rebooting12:01
EriC^^JamEngulfer: try any hdd settings you can find in the bios, ahci etc12:01
EriC^^i'll be right back12:01
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ubuntu374haasn: prompted for a password12:02
ubuntu374haasn: i ran `sudo /usr/bin/supervisorctl`12:02
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EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, can you boot the live usb?12:04
JamEngulferShould I do that?12:05
JamEngulferOk, done that12:05
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type sudo parted -l and paste the output in paste.ubuntu.com12:06
tokamhello the latest proposed kernel makes problems with a lenovo g550 - the processor speed stays at 1,2ghz12:07
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c0kg`:l #ubuntu12:08
BluesKajHiyas all12:08
JamEngulferEriC^^: I have the output, just trying to connect to the internet12:09
EriC^^JamEngulfer: i'll be back in a few mins12:12
JamEngulferEriC^^: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1513047912:13
slimPandais it just me or have features in nautilus been cut12:15
slimPandaI remember a time where nautilus would show samba shares without 0 delay12:16
marcin__when i run computer i have ubuntu login screen then i enter password to my acc and then i heard a sound and i am threw back to login screen (with correct password) what is wrong?12:18
popeymarcin__: what video card do you have?12:18
popeymarcin__: did this ever work, did it just break after an update?12:19
marcin__i messed up with drivers12:19
marcin__i had linux mint entered drivers and changed xserver-...-ati to fglrx12:20
marcin__now i deinstalled fglrx and i can log into gnome guest12:20
EriC^^JamEngulfer: i'm back12:21
JamEngulferHey there12:21
icemintSlow room12:21
JamEngulferI gave the link to the paste earlier12:21
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type sudo mount /dev/sda2 /mnt12:21
EriC^^afternoon lotuspsychje12:21
icemintDead room as well12:21
askohttps://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=33102 this says sketchup 2016 should work via wine but installation whines not being win712:22
marcin__is this possible to start startx with xserver-xorg-video-ati?12:22
EriC^^JamEngulfer: type " for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done "12:22
JamEngulferoh god12:22
icemintGet android and have more fun. Ubuntu never reslly got to huge user base like android did.12:23
Mathisenhello i messed up my grub by installing it on usb by misstake can i solve this with just " sudo grub-install /dev/sda && sudo update-grub " ???12:23
Mathiseni removed the usb from computer12:23
icemintDont say oh god12:23
EriC^^Mathisen: it depends if it's legacy or uefi12:23
icemintIts rude.12:23
askoproblem solved, wine was operating as win xp12:23
MathisenEriC^^, legacy12:23
marcin__someone help me too? :D12:23
BluesKajMathisen, yes that should work12:23
EriC^^Mathisen: if you're just missing the mbr then grub-install /dev/sX && update-grub should do it12:24
icemintSome ppl belive in god12:24
lotuspsychjemarcin__: startx should not be used anymore, whats your actual problem please12:24
lotuspsychje!ot | Icedream12:24
ubottuIcedream: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!12:24
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JamEngulferEriC^^: Ok, I ran that12:25
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type sudo mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/boot/efi12:26
marcin__I start computer. Ubuntu welcome screen appears. I select my user name and enter the correct password. I press enter. For one second there is black screen. There is a sound. I am moved back to login screen.12:26
pukapyi'm running on xubuntu 14.04 LST12:26
pukapyhow can i install steam on it?12:26
pukapyi installed it from ubuntu software center but when i open it , it happens nothing12:26
EriC^^marcin__: press ctrl+alt+f1, login then check ls -l ~/.Xauthority12:26
JamEngulferk, done12:26
hateballpukapy: open a termnal, run steam-launcher12:26
EriC^^if it's owned by root or not your user then chown it12:26
EriC^^JamEngulfer: sudo chroot /mnt12:27
xangua! Partner | pukapy enable partner repository and install it from software center12:27
ubottupukapy enable partner repository and install it from software center: Canonical's partner repositories provide a location for software vendors to publish applications. The repo itself can be added by running this in a !terminal: « sudo add-apt-repository "deb http://archive.canonical.com/ $(lsb_release -sc) partner" »12:27
lotuspsychjemarcin__: ubuntu version and graphics card chipset please?12:27
pukapyshould i write that in terminal with ""?12:27
Mathisenanyway to check bios boot order ?? dont remember if my server boot from sda or sdb ....12:27
Mathisenim using ssh here... not near the computer12:28
EriC^^Mathisen: if you know which disk by size or make is getting booted then sudo parted -l12:28
EriC^^might help12:28
EriC^^( that's not the boot order though, just the disks available )12:29
pukapyi add that to resporitory now what i install steam from ubuntu software center?12:29
Mathisenyeah i get it... hmm seems like i need to take guess :(12:29
JamEngulferEriC^^: I did that btw12:29
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type efibootmgr -v and paste in paste.ubuntu.com12:29
EriC^^Mathisen: hold on, somebody might know12:30
pukapyThe installation or removal of a software package failed.12:30
pukapywhat should i do?12:30
MathisenEriC^^, will do12:30
BluesKajit seems the deb from the steam website works best, pukapy12:30
JamEngulferefibootmgr: EFI Variables are not supported on this system12:30
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hateballBluesKaj: The deb from Valves website wont add udev rules needed for the Steam controller for instance12:31
pukapyok i install steam-launcher12:31
pukapynow how i open it?12:31
hateballpukapy: just run "steam-launcher" in a !terminal12:32
EriC^^JamEngulfer: open a fresh terminal and type ls -l /sys/firmware/efi12:32
pukapysteam-launcher: command not found12:32
JamEngulferEriC^^: No such directory12:32
BluesKajhateball, thedn why all the glowing reports about it in the forums12:32
pukapywhat can i do?12:33
hateballBluesKaj: How would I know, I don't read the forums.12:33
marcin__ubuntu: Linux Mint 17.3 Rosa graphic card: amd radeon R7 370 / R9 270X/370 OEM ?? this is from the driver (lspci | grep VGA)12:33
lotuspsychje!mint | marcin__12:33
ubottumarcin__: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org12:33
marcin__join #linuxmint-help12:33
lotuspsychjemarcin__: install a regular ubuntu version from the topic, and we will able to help you12:34
MrBiogenemarcin__:  on irc.spotchat.org12:34
hateballpukapy: did you add the partner repo as suggested? After that you should be able to run "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install steam:i386 && steam &"12:34
pukapyyeha i add that repository12:34
pukapyi got this12:35
pukapy[1]+  Stopped                 sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install steam:i386 && steam12:35
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, the live usb is booted in legacy mode, reboot it in uefi mode12:35
hateballpukapy: press enter12:36
pukapyi press12:36
JamEngulferAh, I see, there is indeed a UEFI option12:36
ouroumov_pukapy, type "fg"12:36
hateballpukapy: at the install step you should get an ncurses gui that wants you to accept the steam license12:36
JamEngulferI’m in the GRUB boot thingy, should I do the ‘try ubuntu’ option?12:36
pukapysudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install steam:i386 && steam12:36
marcin__how do i list all devices (usb etc)?12:36
pukapythat fg12:36
pukapyshow me12:36
EriC^^Mathisen: what kind of pc is it?12:37
EriC^^JamEngulfer: is it in black and white?12:37
lotuspsychjemarcin__: your still on mint, please seek help on their channel12:37
MathisenEriC^^, a Dell optiplex 76012:37
MathisenEriC^^, Desktop12:37
popeymarcin__: yea, we don't support mint here12:37
EriC^^Mathisen: ok, try sudo apt-get install smbios-utils12:38
JamEngulferEriC^^: Yep12:38
pukapyit still don't work...12:38
lotuspsychjemarcin__: make your life easy and install an ubuntu version from the topic, youl get all the help you need here12:38
marcin__lotuspsychje: i need to copy my files first12:40
pukapyso how can i make that damn steam to work?..12:40
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, boot i12:40
JamEngulferEriC^^: Should I boot and do all of the commands you listed before?12:41
MathisenEriC^^, does not seem to be anything in there for boot order12:42
Mathiseni can get some info but not what im after12:42
EriC^^JamEngulfer: yeah, first check ls -l /sys/firmware/efi to see if it booted in uefi right12:42
pukapynow i get couldn't set up steam data - please contact technical support12:42
JamEngulferYeah, that gave a list of things12:42
JamEngulferThey look EFI-ey12:42
[[thufir]]in apt, how do I reconfigure a package?  specifically, mail-stack-delivery12:43
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EriC^^Mathisen: does sudo dmidecode12:44
EriC^^provide anything useful?12:44
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, run the previous commands12:44
MathisenEriC^^, wow big output need to parse it give me a few min12:45
netman87can someone tell how i can make usb_modeswitch run automatically when i put usb modem to pc?12:45
netman87for some reason it doesnt install udev rules automatically while i install usb_modeswitch on ubuntu server12:46
[[thufir]]ok, pardon, it was dpkg-reconfigure, not apt.  However, it doesn't do anything with mail-stack-delivery.   Do I have to purge and re-install it?12:46
A4711:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛12:47
A4711_:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛12:47
A4711,.:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛12:47
A4711:) The OP k1l is a filthy c unt. :) his mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w h ore mother will be F UC KED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator k1l is a C U NT :)  :)㋛12:47
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MathisenEriC^^, does not seem to tell anything maybe im blind.. >> http://paste.ubuntu.com/15130747/12:47
EriC^^Mathisen: yeah, it was a long shot12:48
JamEngulferEriC^^: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1513075912:48
JamEngulferOutput of efibootmgr -v12:48
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type ls -lR /boot/efi12:51
EriC^^and paste the output12:51
ubottuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome), K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE), or Menu -> Accessories -> LXTerminal (LXDE). Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal12:52
lokienhey guys my ubuntu is kind of broken, how can I fix it? something like "repair existing installation"13:02
JamEngulferEriC^^: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1513091613:02
atralheavenHello, how can I search files under N mb in file manager?13:03
ouroumov_ lokien please provide a specific error message13:03
JamEngulferGod that took so long to do. The WiFi for the PC I’m repairing is terrible13:03
lokienouroumov_: it won't shutdown, and it doesn't work with systemd, I'm forced to pick upstart. I want "clear" install again13:03
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type sudo mkdir -p /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot13:04
EriC^^JamEngulfer: and sudo mkdir -p /boot/efi/EFI/Boot13:04
JamEngulferunable to resolve host ubuntu13:05
EriC^^JamEngulfer: np, dont use sudo13:05
JamEngulferWell, I tried again and it worked13:06
EriC^^it's cause it's from the live usb, no worries13:06
JamEngulferfair enough. Yeah, both commands are done13:06
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type cp /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/shimx64.efi /boot/efi/EFI/Boot/bootx64.efi13:06
JamEngulferwith or without sudo?13:06
JamEngulferoh right13:07
EriC^^JamEngulfer: and cp /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/shimx64.efi /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi13:07
JamEngulferI’m root13:07
JamEngulferOk,  both done13:09
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MonkeyDustatralheaven  not sure is it can be done in file manager, but while you try to find out, type this is in a terminal    find / -size 500M -exec ls -lha {} \;13:10
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, try rebooting13:11
JamEngulferSome error about /boot13:11
JamEngulferNow I’m at a GRUB screen13:11
EriC^^which grub screen?13:12
JamEngulfertry ubuntu13:12
EriC^^what was the error about /boot?13:12
JamEngulferI couldn’t catch it13:13
JamEngulferLiterally too fast to see13:13
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, try removing the live usb13:13
[[thufir]]in apt, how do I reconfigure a package?  dpkg-reconfigure has no output  for mail-stack-delivery13:13
JamEngulferHave done13:13
EriC^^and see if you get a different error at the end13:13
JamEngulferNow it’s on the “Operating system not found” error13:14
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, boot the live usb13:14
JamEngulferOk, I’m booted now13:15
JamEngulferwas ‘cp /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/shimx64.efi /boot/efi/EFI/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi’ correct?13:16
EriC^^JamEngulfer: yeah13:16
JamEngulferoh, o13:16
JamEngulferI’m booted now13:16
EriC^^JamEngulfer: type sudo apt-get install efibootmgr13:16
JamEngulferOk, it’s already the newest version13:17
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, sudo efibootmgr -v13:18
MonkeyDustfirst titme i see uefi output13:23
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JamEngulferEriC^^: I linked the paste13:24
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, type " for i in 0029 0022 0023 0021 0025; do sudo efibootmgr -A -b $i; done "13:25
EriC^^JamEngulfer: that will disable the boot entries for the ssd and WD My passport and others so ubuntu is first in the boot order for uefi13:25
JamEngulferOk, done13:26
EriC^^JamEngulfer: so if you ever need to reverse it use the same line but replace sudo efibootmgr -A -b .... with sudo efibootmgr -a -b13:27
EriC^^to make them active again13:27
JamEngulferOk, cool13:27
JamEngulferShould I try rebooting?13:27
JamEngulferAlso, should I remove the memory stick as well?13:27
EriC^^i dont think it matters13:28
JamEngulferah fsk13:28
JamEngulferStill getting the OS not found error13:28
EriC^^also an error?13:28
EriC^^uefi is enabled and secureboot is turned off, right?13:29
lernerwhat can I use to select just one page of a pdf document?13:29
lernerand save it as a file?13:29
EriC^^JamEngulfer: try booting the live usb again13:29
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JamEngulferEriC^^: Ok, booted13:31
EriC^^JamEngulfer: sudo efibootmgr -v13:31
JamEngulferThat’s weird, command not found13:32
JamEngulferI’ll just apt-get it13:32
mcphail!info pdftk | lerner13:32
ubottulerner: pdftk (source: pdftk): tool for manipulating PDF documents. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.02-3 (wily), package size 677 kB, installed size 2899 kB13:32
MonkeyDustlerner  inkscape can edit pdf, too13:36
JamEngulferEriC^^: http://paste.ubuntu.com/1513128713:38
EriC^^JamEngulfer: try sudo efibootmgr -c -w -l \\EFI\\ubuntu\\shimx64.efi -L "Ubuntu" -p 1 -d /dev/sda13:41
JamEngulferl I13:41
JamEngulferis the third argument an l or a capital i?13:42
EriC^^small L13:42
atralheavenMonkeyDust: I can list them with 'find . -type f -size -10M' but I need to list them in file manager to be able to delete some of them13:42
JamEngulferThere was some sort of thing that happened13:43
JamEngulferA list of devices/boot thingies13:43
EriC^^JamEngulfer: ok, try rebooting13:43
JamEngulferNothing’s working13:44
MonkeyDustatralheaven  i tried it in nautilus, there's no such option... maybe another file manager... or wit find in a terminal ... find . -type f -size -10M -exec rm {} \;13:44
JamEngulferI’m giving up now13:45
EriC^^JamEngulfer: you can use legacy mode in worse case13:45
EriC^^JamEngulfer: did you try removing the memory card?13:45
JamEngulferThat doesn’t work either13:45
EriC^^you need to reinstall in legacy mode13:45
blackdepHey guys.13:46
blackdepI need some help ;D13:46
MonkeyDustblackdep  let's hear it, in one line13:46
balkyHey all!13:47
balkyIs this a good place for noob questions? :)13:47
blackdepI found a way to access through the terminal in my college exam hall.13:47
mrCee3hello is this where i can ask questions about ubuntu13:47
MonkeyDustbalky   let's hear it, in one line13:47
blackdepI knew that they were using ubuntu systems on the computers , What can I do to other guys on the same network as a root terminal ?13:47
EriC^^JamEngulfer: try enabling csm legacy and reinstalling in legacy mode ( use ls -l /sys/firmware/efi to check that it's not in uefi mode should be empty )13:47
mrCee3if so why when i put in a dvd it brings up vlc but doesnt play...13:48
balkyThanks MonkeyDust - I have a VPS running Ubuntu. How good / bad is having DNS run localy?13:48
mrCee3i mean what does ubuntu 14.04 come with (nothing it appears)'13:48
MonkeyDustblackdep  how legal is that13:48
MonkeyDustblackdep  keep it in the channel13:48
matuHi, i would like installing Linux into a new Asus zenbook pro, Windows wont be installed on this machine, is it dangereous to erase all partitions on the hard disk drive in order to install linux ?13:48
matushould i care about the Windows boot manager ?13:49
matu"Windows boot manager"13:49
hateballmrCee3: You may need to install extra codecs13:49
blackdepMonkeyDust who gives a dammmmn!13:49
hateballmrCee3: Open a terminal and issue: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras13:49
MonkeyDustblackdep  if it's not legal, this is not the right channel for you13:50
blackdepMonkeyDust where do you suggest me to go then ?13:50
MonkeyDust!alis | blackdep13:52
ubottublackdep: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu or /msg alis list http13:52
mrCee3here is what i get http://imgur.com/F4mQgPk13:53
ice9I have USB3 hub + ethernet adapter; it freezes the system every time I use it but the duration from plugging it isn't constant, the freeze can happen after 2 mins or after 30 mins; any idea?13:54
xanguamrCee3: please elaborate13:54
geirhamrCee3: Hit TAB to mark the <Ok> button, then hit enter to accept that microsoft license13:54
mrCee3tab... omg! Geirha... thanks so much!13:55
laudiacayhey all i have a system and the wifi card is just not showing up anywhere but lspci. it's an intel 8260, rev 3a13:55
laudiacayany tips on what i should try?13:56
geirha(why doesn't it use a graphical debian frontend by default when DISPLAY is set?)13:56
laudiacayi'm an arch user fixing a friend's system so please dumb down any ubuntu-specific stuff :313:56
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laudiacayip link is giving me a weird output13:57
hateballlaudiacay: what release is the machine running?13:57
laudiacayno wireless anything shows up13:57
laudiacayhateball: one sec13:57
hateballlaudiacay: as it will need a quite new kernel13:57
hateballlaudiacay: cat /etc/issue13:57
laudiacayubuntu 14.04.3 LTS13:58
laudiacayshit seriously a new kernel :(13:58
laudiacaygod i just wanna install arch on it13:58
iorialaudiacay, you can take a look here http://askubuntu.com/questions/693109/intel-wireless-8260-unclaimed-network13:59
xangualaudiacay: please don't curse and you can install Willy(Ubuntu 15.10) kernel from official repository13:59
mrCee3geirha... my dvd is playing great now thanks again!13:59
hateballlaudiacay: you can sudo apt-get install linux-image-generic-lts-wily to get the latest ubuntu packaged kernel on it13:59
hateballlaudiacay: that is, the one from 15.1014:00
hateballlaudiacay: which is 4.2. I am not sure if it supports 8260 tho, as I only have 7260 myself14:00
laudiacayhateball: ok thank you i'm going to look14:01
laudiacayioria: im working through  that solution rn14:01
iorialaudiacay, good luck14:02
prodix_Hackerhey every one14:02
balkyAnyone? I'm trying to figure out how much resources will local DNS use on VPS14:04
balkyis it overhead just to redirect one domain?14:04
MonkeyDustbalky  try in ##networking14:04
JamEngulferEriC^^: Hey, just want to say thanks for helping me out. I’ve got to head off now, but it looks like Lenovo’s hardware might just be putting a spanner in the works. Either way, I’m giving up getting it working, as it’s not worth my time14:06
JamEngulferThanks again though14:06
balkyOK, thanks14:06
laudiacayyall where's drivers??14:08
laudiacay(sorry for the ping that was on accident)14:09
laudiacayi need "/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi"14:10
laudiacaybut i can't find it :(14:10
laudiacaywait so it should be under14:11
blackdepneed help14:11
laudiacaythen like....14:11
blackdepif anyone has sometime for chat , please pm me14:11
laudiacaytheres 2 options theres 3.19.0-25-generic and also 3.19.0-49-generi14:11
necku_this is my /etc/network/interfaces on Ubuntu 14.04: http://paste.codebasehq.com/pastes/4mdv70dwcm9m7ascrj , when I boot I get "booting without full network configuration"... what am I doing wrong?14:11
hateballlaudiacay: Please dont treat this channel as your personal blog, it's terrible for anyone else to see what is going on14:12
laudiacayi'm asking y'all14:12
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 !patience14:12
BluesKajblackdep, ask your question in the chat, you 'll have the advantage of possible support from more than one helper14:13
laudiacayhateball: is there a reason there's no PCIE folder in /kernel/drivers/net/wireless/iwlwifi?14:14
MonkeyDustlaudiacay  ask your question in one line, so you just have to hit the up arrow to repeat the question14:14
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gamblerhi. i downloaded world of warcraft 4.3.4, set all files and folders to me as owner, set chmod 777, and WOW launcher says: Cannot stream required archive data. Please check the network connection.  Plz help14:19
hateball!wine | gambler14:19
ubottugambler: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu14:19
MonkeyDustgambler  don't use 777 ... anyone could change anything, locking you out14:20
guestHi. In GNU awk, how do I print all fields except the last 2?14:22
MonkeyDustguest  if you don't get an answer here, try in #bash14:23
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SchrodingersScatis awk bash?14:23
MonkeyDustSchrodingersScat  as it's used in bash scripts14:23
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SchrodingersScatMonkeyDust: oh, and thanks, adding the timeout/clientsomething for my ssh_config and sshd_config seems to have fixed my problem with connecting to my reverse tunnel that you probably don't remember.14:24
homahi my friends14:24
necku_is it possible to create a network bridge on Ubuntu Desktop, or should I rather choose Ubuntu Server?14:25
SchrodingersScatnecku_: this is a little old but, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkConnectionBridge , and afaik there wouldn't be much difference between the server and gui version on this, I could be wrong.14:28
Nileshdoes sudo apt-get remove kdepim uninstalls kmail too?14:29
necku_SchrodingersScat, ubuntu boots "without full network configuration" whan I try that. how can I find the fault?14:30
mrsam96when i write sudo apt-get update see this error===http://paste.ubuntu.com/15131818/14:31
MonkeyDustmrsam96  that's not an error, that's an action14:31
SchrodingersScatnecku_: /etc/network/interfaces ?14:32
MonkeyDustmrsam96  after that, it should continue14:32
mrsam96<MonkeyDust>how can i do?14:33
mrsam96<MonkeyDust>what can i do?14:33
popeymrsam96: is that the only thing it says?14:33
popeymrsam96: it says nothing else?14:33
mrsam96<popey>its only14:33
popeymrsam96: is this ubuntu?14:34
popeywhat version?14:34
popeyWhat does /etc/apt/sources.list contain?14:34
popeyCan you paste it on a pastebin please?14:34
popey!paste | mrsam9614:34
ubottumrsam96: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.14:34
mrsam96yeah wait14:34
mrsam96what command have to do?14:36
popeycat /etc/apt/sources.list14:36
MonkeyDustmrsam96  sudo apt install -f14:36
cfhowlettmrsam96, more /etc/apt/sources.list | pastebinit14:36
popeycfhowlett: that assumes pastebinit is installed14:36
cfhowletttrue true14:36
cfhowletttrue true14:37
popeywhich I wouldn't do, especially as they have issues with apt, we can't assume they even can install it14:37
cfhowlettmrsam96, more /etc/apt/sources.list | nc termbin.com 999914:37
mrsam96this error::::You are trying to send an empty document, exiting.14:37
necku_SchrodingersScat, http://paste.codebasehq.com/pastes/4mdv70dwcm9m7ascrj14:38
MonkeyDustmrsam96  go ahead   sudo apt-get autoremove14:38
popeymrsam96: can you paste your /etc/apt/sources.list please?14:39
mrsam96  popey>  this error:::You are trying to send an empty document, exiting14:40
mrsam96<MonkeyDust> remove it?14:40
popeymrsam96: cat /etc/apt/sources.list14:40
popeymrsam96: paste the output from the above in paste.ubuntu.com please14:40
mrsam96  popey>  http://paste.ubuntu.com/15131922/14:41
popeymrsam96: okay, that looks good.14:42
mrsam96  popey>  so?14:42
mrsam96what this command do?====sudo apt-get autoremobe?14:43
SchrodingersScatnecku_: this one may be better, https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/network-configuration.html could it be your settings for eth0 and eth1 keeping it down?14:43
thththeadddHi. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with 3.19.0-26 and btrfs on /. And when i try to boot with that kernel i get a kernel panic: https://imgur.com/a/cbjbw Is this a known bug? Because i didn't find any information about it yet.14:43
popeythththeaddd: can you boot to an older kernel?14:44
thththeadddpopey: yes14:44
popeythththeaddd: and it mounts okay when you're not on 3.19?14:45
popeythththeaddd: ugh, sounds like a bug then,14:45
thththeadddpopey: I'm currently using 3.13.0-77-generic and it works14:46
popeythththeaddd: "ubuntu-bug linux" and follow the prompts, and detail when it started.14:46
popeythththeaddd: you may also get some btrfs specific help in #btrfs.14:47
thththeadddpopey: ok, thanks14:47
evaà quoi ca sert ici14:52
coffeeguyhi how do i remove ms ttfs package and reinstall it?14:52
ubottuNous sommes desoles mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.14:53
evaok in english14:53
MonkeyDustcoffeeguy  try   sudo apt install ttf-mscorefonts-installer --reinstall14:54
coffeeguythanks MonkeyDust :D14:54
coffeeguythat was awesome14:56
laudiacayhey, now i'm running "make clean" and not getting any output, then i'm running make defconfig-iwlwifi and it's getting angry: "execvp: ./lxdialog/check-lxdialog.sh: Permission Denied". I'm running as root. what do i do?14:56
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necku_SchrodingersScat, thanks it solved my problem!15:01
SchrodingersScatnecku_: great, so it boots with network? how about the bridge?15:02
chotaz`wOk this is kinda farfetch but it might sound familiar for someone. I'm trying to creat an ubuntu box with vagrant, importing ubuntu/trusty64 and using 6 different provisioning scripts to install some packages(git,apache2, web dev related stuff) and evrything works fine! Only when I try restarting the VM it hangs during boot with some ubuntu cloud related info printed on screen and hangs in there. it shows some sort of table with the available15:02
chotaz`wnetwork adapters and their IPs15:02
necku_SchrodingersScat, I haven't rebooted yet, just restarted the networking service, and I'm able to bridge two networks that I've setup and pinging between them15:02
chotaz`wit all works well when I'm creating the box, but whenever I try restarting it, it hangs during boot.15:03
MonkeyDustchotaz`w  vagraznt has its own channel15:04
MonkeyDustchotaz`w  simpmy type   /j #vagrant   it's quite populated15:04
chotaz`wMonkeyDust, I shall then reformulate my question. Why does ubuntu hang on boot showing ubuntu cloud related info(ci-info) with a table showing the available adapters and their IP adresses?15:05
chotaz`wthanks for the tip, I didnt remember asking there!15:05
dhinoHello, ich have a dual boot (Windows 7 / Ubuntu) by the boot starts grub and give me 10 sec to do a action, can i change the 10 sec to 30 sec or that windows starts after 10 sec inactivity?15:07
thththeadddpopey: It was a bug on that specific kernel. It works with the wily kernel (4.2.0-27-generic). Should i make that bug report?15:07
popeythththeaddd: i would, yes please!15:10
MonkeyDustdhino  change  GRUB TIMEOUT to the value you want     sudo -e /etc/default/grub15:11
thththeadddpopey: but when i use the bug report tool, it adds wrong information to the bugreport (wrong kernel)15:12
popeythththeaddd: it will put the current running kernel in there, yes. Just put a note in the bug report about which ones you've tried that work and which ones don't15:12
thththeadddpopey: ok15:13
popeythanks thththeaddd15:13
dhinoah okay thx15:13
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thththeadddpopey: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1380881 this looks very similar (although it's very old). Should i add a response there?15:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1380881 in linux (Ubuntu) "Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs" [High,Confirmed]15:15
popeythththeaddd: no, I'd make a new bug15:15
thththeadddpopey: ok, thanks for your help15:15
thththeadddpopey: sorry, this is my first bug report. so i have no idea about anything :D15:16
popeythththeaddd: no worries :)15:16
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tinyalphahello ubuntu15:28
runelind_qI built my own landscape server to manage my Ubuntu Virtual Machines, however when I register them they show up as full computer registrations instead of virtual machines.  Is there something special I have to do to register them as virtual machines?15:28
MonkeyDustrunelind_q  there's also #ubuntu-server15:29
runelind_qoh, I'll try that, thanks.15:29
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Schnabeltierchenmhm any channel where i could get some hints about vpnc?15:32
MonkeyDustSchnabeltierchen  start in #openvpn15:38
skritehey all15:53
aioplaceSpeed on burning DVD Debian Linux Image - What should i put on the speed burn? 2x or 4x15:55
wonderworldhi, is there an easy way to lock wine into it's prefox ? I want to disallow Windows apps to read/write anything outside of $HOME/.wine15:56
wonderworldpewfIx even15:56
wonderworldpreFIX lol15:56
aioplaceit's ubuntu better than debian?15:56
Rajiv_Hi, was wondering if someone could help, I upgraded my ubuntu from 12 to 14 . My ubuntu box had some system users with /bin/bash after the upgrade all these users changes to nologin in /etc/passwd15:56
aioplaceRajiv_ go on /etc/apt/sources.list15:58
aioplaceand try to change there.15:58
Rajiv__Hi got disconnected, what should I be changing in sourcelist ?16:00
aioplaceGo on Explore by root.. fallow Alt+F2 - gksu nautilus16:01
Rajiv__<aioplace> I am upgrading a ubuntu server, theres no ui16:02
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aioplace<Rajiv__> you don't have access on root terminal?16:03
aioplacetry: sudo apt-get update16:03
Rajiv__Yes, I do. I have /etc/apt/source.list open. Was wondering what change I should make in that16:03
Rajiv__To no change my users to nolgin16:04
chotaz`wMy ubuntu VM hangs on boot on this screen: http://i.imgur.com/0K5t9uN.png, however it's a regular ubuntu trusty desktop VM, with no cloud stuff configured whatsoever.16:04
aioplace<Rajiv__> after main type ex: mail contrib non-free16:04
aioplaceto all16:04
Rajiv__I see. Could you tell me what that actually does16:05
aioplaceIt's upgrade from internet not from DVD16:06
aioplaceafter that you don't need DVD whe install an app16:07
Rajiv__I upgraded Ubuntu version from the repo deb http://de.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ trusty main restricted16:09
aioplacenow do an upgrade16:09
aioplaceapt-get install firmware-linux-nonfree16:10
aioplacenot if you are in a good position16:10
aioplaceDon't do it!16:10
Rajiv__That was not clear I ll paste my question again16:15
Rajiv__I upgraded ubuntu server from 12 to 14. Had some system users with /bin/bash in passwd. All these changed to nologin after the upgrade. Could somebody give me a clue on why that happened?16:15
rypervencheI guess because system users shouldn't have shell access?16:17
Rajiv__But they are necessary in production16:18
f00dWorkstadoes anyone get a frozen ubuntu once in a while? Only mouse would work, but it'd be "trapped" on 1 monitor (I have 2). I have tried waiting it out (30min), but the only thing that would make it come back is if I attempt to switch to TTY1, and wait ~3-5min... then it would load the TTY and everything is now back to normal. Observations: CPU isn't being stressed (fan isn't going nuts), HDD is not being accessed (HDD light is inactive, and no disk soun16:20
f00dWorkstads at all)16:20
acer    /server irc.efnet.net16:20
f00dWorkstaRajiv__: I hope you made a backup :)16:21
Rajiv__Dont know why the upgrade messes up my /etc/passwd16:22
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akikRajiv__: you can use chsh to change shells of other users16:24
akikRajiv__: sudo chsh -s /bin/bash username16:24
Rajiv__I dont want to change it back . I do not want it to change during the upgrade16:25
Rajiv__We are planning to upgrade the production ubuntu server16:25
Rajiv__I am testing upgrade with a clone16:25
Rajiv__What do I do so that the upgrade does not touch my /etc/passwd16:26
LambdaComplexRajiv__: what's happening to your passwd file?16:28
Rajiv__I upgraded ubuntu server from 12 to 14. Had some system users with /bin/bash in passwd. All these changed to nologin after the upgrade.16:28
LambdaComplexRajiv__: hm, are you sure the accounts didn't have an expiration set or something like that?16:29
Rajiv__Can you help me with that this is a user field "www-data:x:33:33:www-data"16:31
Rajiv__Its actually set to never expire16:34
Rajiv__Last password change                                    : Apr 15, 2013 Password expires                                        : never Password inactive                                       : never Account expires                                         : never Minimum number of days between password change          : 0 Maximum number of days between password change          : 9999916:34
akikRajiv__: which user accounts changed to nologin?16:34
Jakey3i can identify16:35
k1lJakey3: #freenode for issues with the freenode network16:35
Jakey3please can someone cofirm the string to indentify16:35
Rajiv__not just www-data, but many other system users16:35
akiki think www-data should be nologin16:36
LambdaComplexJakey3: /msg nickserv identify password16:36
k1lwww-data is nologin16:36
k1lwhich makes sense16:36
Rajiv__Yes, but the apache user executes many scripts, it needs to have /bin/bash which it did before the upgrade16:37
fribHi.  I am trying to switch my keyboard layout from US to Italian but the shortcut combinations won't work.  Tried a couple different ones.16:39
Rajiv__Changed to nologin after the upgrade16:39
akikRajiv__: for httpd to function, it doesn't need to have a bash shell. which scripts do you mean? who is running them?16:40
Rajiv__I just wanted to know why my /etc/passwd was modified after a do-release-upgrade16:41
akikRajiv__: it's probably the apache2 package that you upgraded which changed that16:41
Rajiv__No, i have held the apache package from updating16:42
Rajiv__apt-mark hold apache216:42
Rajiv__And held back all its deps too16:42
Rajiv__There are some other system users whos access is changed from /bin/bash to nologin16:43
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fribPlease help I can't change my keyboard layout to another language!16:44
akikRajiv__: i'm guessing (after reading some postings) that it's base-passwd package which changed it16:46
akikit says that you should've been prompted about the change16:46
LambdaComplex>upgrade modifying system's passwd file16:47
LambdaComplexso is there a good reason for this?16:47
Rajiv__@<akik> thank you for the input, so will that be a good thing I hold back base-passwd and do an upgrade16:49
akiksorry, i don't know16:50
akiki guess it's something to add to your post install script (if any)16:50
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Rajiv_<akik> Thank you very much for that info. I ll do some research into it. :)16:54
Rajiv_Have a great day16:54
Guy1524[11:52] <Guy1524> hey guys when I run the install script in recovery mode root terminal (drivers mounted corrently)  I get this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15133248/ by install script I mean the nvidia 64 bit linux vulkan driver installer should I purge all the nvidia things before installing?17:00
obZenQuestion: If I download an ubuntu LTS point release, does that include a newer kernel?17:02
nullzenis there an issue with the full disk encrytpion when you install?17:06
nullzenafter I put in my password I get an error message before it says successful17:06
azizLIGHTSo zfs will be used by default in 16.04 LTS instead of ext4?17:07
k1lazizLIGHT: no17:08
k1lazizLIGHT: read carefully. not only some headlines someone wrote on his news blog to gather clicks17:08
azizLIGHTI think Ars Technica implied it17:09
obZenUbuntu 14.0.4 what kernel does that use17:09
obZenIs it still the older kernel?17:09
earman45321Hey guys, would someone mind helping me figure out how to connect to a corporate wifi network.  WPA2 Enterprise PEAP I believe. Running Ubuntu 15.10.  WPA2 Personal seems to work fine, only having issue with WPA2 Enterprise17:09
k1lobZen: if you install that its 4.217:09
obZenDarn. I have a skylake processor and I need to use the live session17:09
k1lobZen: if you just run the update your "old" 14.04 will stay on the older kernel that you use. but you can install the new kernel17:10
obZenI need linux 4.4 in a live session17:10
dontknowobZen, i read it uses 4.217:10
obZenI'm trying to shrink my / partition17:10
k1lobZen: 16.04 will use that. you can use that alpha builds17:10
obZenI'll try one of those17:11
k1lazizLIGHT: better read the original blogpost: http://blog.dustinkirkland.com/2016/02/zfs-is-fs-for-containers-in-ubuntu-1604.html17:12
azizLIGHTThanks k1l17:12
azizLIGHTBut could I do a zfs based / via the installer for 16.04 LTS?17:13
k1lazizLIGHT: yes. its supports zfs. but its not the standard FS. that is still ext417:13
azizLIGHTGot it17:14
vbotkaearman45321, you''ll have to ask your admin for details described in /usr/share/doc/wpa_supplicant/examples/wpa2-eap-ccmp.conf17:14
vbotkaearman45321, and also phase2="auth=... https://w1.fi/cgit/hostap/plain/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf17:14
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user32323why no body talks?17:35
lotuspsychje!ask | user3232317:36
ubottuuser32323: 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 !patience17:36
lotuspsychjeanyone knows how this new feature works on 14.04.4? https://bugs.launchpad.net/unity/+bug/124197217:39
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1241972 in One Hundred Papercuts "Drag and drop apps from Dash to Desktop doesn't work" [Low,Triaged]17:39
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lotuspsychjewell the dash is bigger then my desktop, can someone test this drag n drop icon to desktop?17:40
iorialotuspsychje, working for me17:44
lotuspsychjeioria: is your dash smaller then desktop? im on netbook here :p17:44
iorialotuspsychje, grag and drop geany; icon-shortcut created and working17:45
lotuspsychjeioria: nice thank you17:45
iorialotuspsychje, yes, smaller17:45
iorialotuspsychje, check if you are updated17:46
lotuspsychjeioria: yes, im up to date, but my problem is i cant drop it to desktop, as dash fills my whole screen17:46
lotuspsychjeioria: i suppose you dont know howto make dash smaller?17:47
iorialotuspsychje, cat /etc/issue and uname -r17:47
lotuspsychjeioria: Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS \n \l  3.13.0-77-generic17:47
tinyalphaubuntu is it hacker proof17:48
iorialotuspsychje, http://askubuntu.com/questions/36341/how-to-get-unity-dash-overlays-maximized-by-default17:48
lotuspsychje!security | tinyalpha17:48
ubottutinyalpha: Security Updates are dealt with here:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Security - See also !root, !firewall, !server, and !usn17:48
tinyalphaso stfu17:48
tinyalphaokay i check it out over there17:48
iorialotuspsychje, it says : gsettings set com.canonical.Unity form-factor 'Netbook'17:48
lotuspsychjeioria: thank you, lets try that :p17:49
tinyalphahave you ever heard of that ubuntu program binrecall17:49
iorialotuspsychje, np17:49
lotuspsychjeioria: oh wait, its even more simple lol, dash has a minimize and maximize button also17:51
iorialotuspsychje, ok17:51
tarvidtrying to boot into a command line, holding shift during the boot process does bring up grub menu, monitor is connected to display port17:52
tarviderr does not bring up anything, screen goes blank then monitor says no signal17:52
ioriatarvid, maybe you need a nomodeset parameter in grub , or replace quite splash  with text17:55
tarvidi can't get to grub17:56
ioria" holding shift during the boot process does bring up grub menu..."17:56
ioriatarvid, that is grub -> advanced options -> then press 'e'17:57
tarvidnot for me, all I get is a blank screen, after booting a USB stick, choosing try rather than install leads to restart then a blank screen17:57
ioriatarvid,  are you on livecd ?17:58
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tarvidUbuntu 14.04 is installed, I muched with lightdm.conf trying to save screen resolution, I want to restore the backup of lightdm I made17:59
ioriatarvid,  ok, boot from live (or recovery), mount the partition, do your changes, umount and reboot18:00
tarvidboot from live leads to choice of install or test, choosing test leads to restart18:01
tarvidI can't get to a command line18:01
ioriatarvid,  i see, first check the integrity of the medium from the main menu18:02
tarvidhow close is Xenial to running?18:02
ioriafew weeks18:02
k1ltarvid: if you need to ask dont use it18:02
tarvidI'm dead in the water anyway18:02
tarvidI think it is a problem with my monitor18:03
ioriatarvid,  if you really think so, try another one18:03
tarvidit is a Lenovo 4k and I wanted to use 2560 instaed of 4k18:03
breadmonsterHey guys! I put Lubuntu on a USB and now I'm trying to format it. Doing so in Nautilus gives me the error "This partition cannot be modified because it contains a partition table; please reinitialize layout of the whole device. (udisks-error-quark, 11)"18:06
breadmonsterCan someone tell me how to circumvent this problem?18:06
ioriabreadmonster, you used dd to put Lubuntu on it ?18:07
breadmonsterioria: Correct.18:07
breadmonsterWas that a bad move?18:07
kapcom01hello, I have the latest bios on my HP ProBook 4530s and I cant boot any kernel newer than 4.2.0-22. Here is the error http://s12.postimg.org/4rhwyrz9p/IMG_20160215_113420.jpg18:07
ioriabreadmonster, no, use gparted, maybe you need to recreate the PT , the format it again18:07
ioriabreadmonster, sudo apt-get install gparted18:08
ioriabreadmonster, then Device -> create partition table18:09
ioriabreadmonster, choose msdos18:10
xaviergmailHey, I'm playing Minecraft, yet for some reason the game can't seem to register when I press the 2 key while holding shift? Works just fine under arch / windows 718:13
xaviergmailAny ideas as to what could be conflicting are appreciated18:14
texlaI have a partition /dev/sda3  I want to change it to sdb1  How do I do this change18:15
vlt!xy | texla18:17
ubottutexla: 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.18:17
Revian1Am I correct in assuming that the "b" in /dev/sdb identifies a removeable volume?18:17
vltRevian1: No.18:17
agile_prgtrying to add a ppa repository18:17
agile_prgkeep getting certificate validation failed18:17
agile_prgany ideas what to do?18:17
Revian1vlt, Thank you18:17
vltRevian1: It’s just a name.18:17
duke3authi there, may i end-user ask sound syste, question (regarding xubuntu) alsa/pulseaudio? no meta or if better channel give me link to hwome it may konzern.18:18
vlt!ask | duke3aut18:18
ubottuduke3aut: 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 !patience18:18
duke3aut!meta !patience18:19
* duke3aut irnores that bot18:19
duke3autok, my problem is i have xubunto good working her on my netbook. sound works principially. but i have netbook speakers and usb keyboard that kan make sound too. how can i make both play sound? (sorry, if that doesn't fit into one line but requires two)18:20
duke3auti can switch between keyboard speakers and netbook-biltin, but id'd like to both play (for the requireed one-liner)18:21
dusfi am trying to enter the following command, without quotes 'sudo cat /dev/null  > /etc/samba/smb.conf' but i receive a permission denied error. what can i do to fix this please18:21
bazhangduke3aut, got pavucontrol and padevchooser installed?18:22
bazhang!info paprefs18:22
ubottupaprefs (source: paprefs): PulseAudio Preferences. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.10-1build3 (wily), package size 45 kB, installed size 321 kB18:22
duke3autbazhang: i think i don't i always tried with the "volume control - sound settings". so "pac..."-things might fit my needs?18:23
bazhangpavucontrol padechooser paprefs <----- duke3aut18:23
duke3autok, thank you, i'll gibve that a try18:24
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duke3autbazhang; it installed it, wher should i go next?18:28
bazhangit? duke3aut I said three to install not one18:29
bazhangwhich One did you install duke3aut18:29
Tobias92Some days ago I asked here about an apparent file descriptor leak I observed on my Ubuntu deployment. I have since investigated further, and it appears that Google Chrome is the culprit; it will start leaking file descriptors at approximately 100 per second when it runs and is in active use (pages loading, scrolling, etc). The particular site does not appear to matter. Has anyone observed this behavior before? Or better yet, is there a fix?18:29
bazhangduke3aut, install all THREE18:30
duke3autok, sorry18:30
duke3autcan you tell me again, tehre is so much quits and splitting around my client fortgot18:30
bazhangpavucontrol padevchooser papfrefs duke3aut turn off parts joins and quits for your client too18:31
bazhangduke3aut, ^18:31
duke3autbazhang: it installed the other but couldnt find the papfrefs18:35
duke3autbut control and chooser seems to be installed18:36
ioria!info paprefs18:36
ubottupaprefs (source: paprefs): PulseAudio Preferences. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.10-1build3 (wily), package size 45 kB, installed size 321 kB18:36
duke3autanyway, it gives me new options at multimedia. i'll try that out first18:37
ubuntuNoobWhen trying to format my ssd, I keep getting this error from gparted: Warning: The driver descriptor says the physical block size is 2048 bytes, but Linux says it is 512 bytes18:39
ubuntuNoobAny idea what is wrong?18:39
Invoicerhi. i need help accessing my ubuntu files on windows 10 (i have dual booted the two)18:41
InvoicerI've tried ext2fsd and that successfully mounts my ext4 ubuntu partition but then that partition doesn't show in windows explorer18:41
akikInvoicer: you could try ext2fsd18:41
ioriaubuntuNoob, not sure at all, but maybe you need the latest version (livecd) of Gparted from their website18:42
InvoicerI've also tried ext2explore but that doesn't show all the mounted drives in the left bar18:42
duke3autbazhang: it seems it installed some virtual audio streaming device, but on my volume control i still can see only inbuilt speakers and keyboard device18:43
Invoicerany way to make my ext4 partition appear in "this PC"?18:43
duke3autbazhang: but that pap thing seems to be a really complex device and i assume it could do what i want18:43
akikInvoicer: ext2fsd works in windows 8.1. maybe change the compatibility settings18:43
duke3autbazhang: i'll give it a try on monday than (cannt reboot my device right now). Thanks for your help, i think i can manage my neds with that pap thing you suggested. Thanks a lot and have good karma18:44
yeatsInvoicer: they have a support forum which would be better than asking here: https://sourceforge.net/p/ext2fsd/discussion/14332918:45
kubast2Hey ,should I put /home at ssd[128GB] or hdd[500GB] ? I was previouslly running windows like this: ssd[during 2 months +400GB writen]=boot drive+vms hdd=data+programs+games18:46
yeatskubast2: I put /home on the SSD and mount my HDD within my /home dir for extra storage18:47
rootrii personally link ~/Downloads to the hdd18:47
Invoiceryeats: there's a thread asking about windows 10 but there are no solutions for it18:48
rootriunrelated: anyone managed to fix tearing with the gtx 960?18:48
yeatsInvoicer: well, we can help in #ubuntu with the Ubuntu side of the dual boot, but not much with the Windows side of things18:48
kubast2f2fs or ext4 as / on ssd?18:48
akikInvoicer: read it more carefully https://sourceforge.net/p/ext2fsd/discussion/143329/thread/f0a4125a/#37f418:49
heydrickgetting 503's from security.ubuntu.com when I hit it via a squid proxy. seemed to start today. any known issues with the mirrors?18:49
Invoiceryeats: fair enough. i just thought most users dual boot, so i was wondering what solutions you guys are using to view your ext4 files18:49
Invoicerakik: i did. the last post sounds risky and i don't want to lose my data.18:49
duke3autyeah, thanks, now i don't get any sound at all18:50
Invoiceri'm willing to be a guinea pig and try out all sorts of fixes you guys can think of, but only non-risky ones please18:51
Invoicera curious thing is if i run ext2fsd and then use ext2explorer, go to "open image", then my partition shows under "this PC" in the ext2explorer18:52
Maple...hey so I havez a serious problem here18:52
Invoicermy files seem right. everything is updated. but if i try to copy something from there onto my windows Desktop, then it says it can't find the drive18:53
MapleI cant use my mouse at all18:53
Maplei hooked in an external mouse and that doesnt work either18:53
duke3autbazhang: thanks for suggesting installinmg that crap. i wanted more sound, all i got is silence18:54
akikInvoicer: your best bet is to write to that forum18:54
Invoicerakik: alright i'll do that. thanks18:54
earman45321vbotka: Thanks for the references.  I'll try to send IT a request, but they are windows guys that usually will come back with "Your configuration is not supported".  Is their anyway to look up what I need from a Mac or Windows computer that is able to successfully connect to the corporate wifi?18:54
Mapleanybody gotss a fix for meh?18:55
akikInvoicer: i just changed my ext3 / and swap partition types to random types. the laptop booted up fine, using the uuid's in fstab18:55
Mapleout of 1777 people nobody got me?18:56
akikof course, it might be risky with some tools expecting the correct types18:56
Invoicerakik: yeah. i was hoping for a slightly less hacky method18:56
Mapleim kinda in a crisis situational here..18:56
xaviergmailIs there a way to unbind the alt key from unity? I don't want to get kicked out of fullscreen applications when I just tap alt18:56
xangua! Details | Maple basically just saying"it doesn't work" won't bring any suitable help18:57
ubottuMaple basically just saying"it doesn't work" won't bring any suitable help: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)18:57
Revian1Mouse problem on Ubuntu Wily: Now and then, after a right-click, my wireless Logitech mouse will get "stuck" and refuse to work until I pull the battery and replace it. My computer is a Lenovo laptop.18:57
duke3autbazhang: after rebootng at least my normal speakers work again. but i'll give pap a try next nonday. thank you anyway for your help. program is now too complex to only make keyboard sound too, because we have party here18:57
duke3autsoory for my laste impoliteness.18:57
dsnydersHi all!  Is there a way for ls to list filenames that have spaces and special characters with the appropriate backslash character?18:57
duke3authappy w33kend18:58
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: use find18:58
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: find doesn't do it.  It just lists the same as ls does.18:59
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: what are you doing?19:00
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: quote properly?19:00
akikdsnyders: try "ls -albF"19:01
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: I have a bunch of files that I need to copy, but before I do I've got to remove a ^M that got itself imbedded in the filename.19:01
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: maybe,you want rename?19:04
mlvmhnhow do i upgrade to 14.04.4 LTS using terminal?19:04
kubast2I can't set f2fs as / in installer[I've done partitioning in gparted ,so that might be a reason?]19:04
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: So I'm going to ls to a file, search/replace the offending character, and then use that to rename the files19:04
ubottuCICCIO2HD: 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 ».19:05
squintymlvmhn, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade19:05
breadmonsterHey guys!19:05
breadmonsterCan someone help me reformat a USB with gparted?19:05
SchrodingersScatmlvmhn: are you in 14.04.3? sudo apt-get dist-upgrade ?19:05
xanguamlvmhn: upgrade to trusty from what release?19:05
dsnydersakik: Thanks.  -b is what I was looking for. The -alF is overkill.19:06
xanguakubast2: ext4 is recommended19:06
mlvmhnupgrading from 14.04 lts, i have just run sudo apt-get update in terminal19:06
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: its not normally recommended to enumerate file lists with ls19:07
xanguamlvmhn: you just need to have security updates...up to date19:07
squintymlvmhn,  that only updates the listings of the files available for upgrading.19:07
earman45321vbotka: I know from the Mac machine that I also use, that the wireless that the connection is WPA2 Enterprise with PEAP, and uses MSCHAPv2.  On windows and Mac I don't need to provide certificate, so that shouldn't be necessary on linux.  I have no ca_cert19:08
mlvmhnk, so which command brings me 14.04.4 LTS?19:09
xanguamlvmhn: keep up to date with your security updates19:10
SchrodingersScatmlvmhn: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade19:10
geniimlvmhn: Have you tried sudo apt-get dist-upgrade19:10
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: how else would you do an ls -b19:11
mlvmhnyep, what then?19:12
SchrodingersScatdsnyders: find with proper quoting likely works. you want the ^M recognized?19:13
xaviergmailHey, is there any kernel 4.x that supports nvidia's graphics drivers?19:14
kubast2xaviergmail: should be plenty19:14
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xaviergmailI tried both the latest 4.4 and 4.5 and neither worked19:15
pepeehas anyone had this issue in wily?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-wily/+bug/154540119:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1545401 in linux-lts-wily (Ubuntu) ""kernel BUG at /build/linux-lts-wily-Vv6Eyd/linux-lts-wily-4.2.0/mm/memory.c:3146!" when starting gdb as root, gdb freezes" [Undecided,New]19:15
GyrthHello. I"m having problems turning on the intel drivers. I have a Gigabyte Brix machine and installed the intel drivers via the graphical tool they provide. But when I run the Unigine benchmark it runs at 4fps and all the models are black. So I don't think the Intel drivers are used.19:15
noobpentesteris there any way to get package detect_sniffer6 in ubuntu ?19:15
GyrthI am Using Ubuntu 15.10 Gnome.19:15
GyrthThe Brix is supposed to have a pretty nice graphics card. An Iris Pro 5400.19:17
kubast2xaviergmail:  I used this on mint https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa19:17
kubast2haven't used it in awhile19:17
kubast2xaviergmail: what gpu do you have?19:18
FolattGyrth, can you type `inxi -F` and pastebin the output? Not that I probably can't help, but who knows.19:18
xaviergmail560 Ti19:18
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: I have a bunch of folders named similar to DVD16\ -\ Maritime\ Adventures\r that I need to pull the \r off of.19:19
Revian1Now and then, after a right-click using the wireless mouse, my pointer will get "stuck" and refuse to work until I pull the battery from the mouse and replace it. The mouse left and right buttons continue to function normally, but the pointer itself will not move when moving the mouse. While the pointer is "stuck", the pointer will respond/move normally using the laptop's trackpad.19:20
GyrthFolatt: http://hastebin.com/bogozexazo.sm19:20
GyrthFolatt: it does say "drivers: intel" so it is used right?19:21
pass_the_hddany one with KVM experience? I'm trying to pass a HDD to a vm with no luck. None of the googled suggestions have worked thus far.19:21
FolattGyrth: Also tell me what the output is of `lshw -c video | grep 'configuration'`19:21
GyrthFolatt:  configuration: driver=i915 latency=019:21
compdocpass_the_hdd, you want to dedicate an existing drive to a VM19:22
noobpentesterhow can i detect sniffer packets from ubuntu ?19:23
pass_the_hddcompdoc, correct /sdd to the VM19:23
GyrthFolatt: anything obviously wrong so far?19:23
BlueProtomanHow can I tell if a process is in an infinite loop (i.e. stuck in the same piece of code) or a deadlock *without* using a debugger?19:24
bekksBlueProtoman: basically you cannot.19:24
bekksBlueProtoman: being stuck in a piece of code is a deadlock btw.19:24
FolattGyrth: I have no idea. I'm just dishing out the obvious things to do without knowing what to do with it. But I'll try to help by looking up the i915 driver. See what that is all about.19:25
BlueProtomanbekks: Close enough (different cause as an infinite loop, but same effects)19:25
bekksBlueProtoman: Sometimes a process just takes ages for visibly "doing something".19:25
pass_the_hddcompdoc: so far I have modified the VM(called domain?) .xml as well as given root through qemu.xml and i still get permission denied19:25
compdocpass_the_hdd, have you looked at this:    http://ronaldevers.nl/2012/10/14/adding-a-physical-disk-kvm-libvirt.html19:26
SchrodingersScatBlueProtoman: if it accesses files, fatrace can show you what its touching19:26
compdocpermission denied sound like a completely different problem19:26
xaviergmailThat ppa did the trick! If you're still here19:27
pass_the_hddcompdoc: I followed that guide as well as the askubuntu question that links to it http://askubuntu.com/questions/144894/add-physical-disk-to-kvm-virtual-machine19:27
BlueProtomanSchrodingersScat: Ah, I could've used that, but I already killed the process.  Thanks, though19:27
heeenI have some problems upgrading from 14.04 -> 14.10 -> 15.x19:28
heeenthe update tool gives me 404  Not Found [IP: 80]19:28
compdocpass_the_hdd>, what source dev are you using?19:28
heeenand solutions on stackoverflow etc say I should point my sources to old-releases instead of archive19:29
heeenbut trusty is not on old-releases19:29
heeenso what is the solution19:29
heeencan I update the release tool separately19:29
heeengpg signature that is?19:29
dsnydersSchrodingersScat: Nevermind.  I did it manually.19:30
Jordan_Uheeen: First, for most people the most sane course of action is to wait for 16.04.1 to be released and do a direct upgrade.19:30
earman45321Hey guys, still having trouble getting getting wifi  (WPA2 Enterprise MsChapv2/PEAP) working on Ubuntu 15.10 using Network-Manager.  Looks like their is an unanswered question on askubuntu on the issue as well.  Any ideas/suggestions?  Does this only work with wpa_supplicant?  http://askubuntu.com/q/723018/43129019:30
asperhi there. when i install ubuntu 16.04 now. do i have to modify my apt-sources to get of the development train, when it gets released?19:30
pass_the_hddcompdoc, i have tried /dev/sdd as well as picking it by id if thats what you are asking, pardon my newb-ness if not19:30
heeenJordan_U: afaik there is no direct upgrade. I tried that once and thoroughly hosed my installation. broken glibc abi etc19:31
bekksasper: no.19:31
bekksasper: you can use do-release-upgrade -d -- but I'd wait for 16.04.119:31
Jordan_Uheeen: There is no direct upgrade *yet* because 16.04.1 hasn't been released yet (neither has 16.04).19:33
asperbekks: i got realy tight requirements. new hardware, gpu usage. no functional drivers for 14.04.19:33
asperwill have to give it a try.19:33
bekksasper: And no functional drivers for 16.04, I guess.19:34
pass_the_hddcompdoc, here is my full error message "Error starting domain: internal error: process exited while connecting to monitor: qemu-system-x86_64: -drive file=dev/sdd,if=none,id=drive-virtio-disk1,format=raw: could not open disk image dev/sdd: Could not open 'dev/sdd': Permission denied"19:34
bekksasper: 16.04 isnt even released.19:34
pass_the_hddcompdoc, none of the guides mention a VT-d/AMD-Vi dependence for the functionality i am seeking so I assume it is not required19:35
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compdocpass_the_hdd, not sure where you defined dev/sdd, but I think it should be /dev/sdd19:35
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Jordan_Uheeen: There is a direct supported upgrade path from 14.04 to 15.04, and that's the path that update-manager should use if you don't try to force it to do something else (and you've enabled non-lts upgrades). But still, waiting or installing fresh instead of upgrading are your two best options.19:36
compdocotherwise the path would be screwed up19:36
heeenJordan_U: update manager fails19:36
pass_the_hddcompdoc, let me try it. hours lost to one slash will be terribly embarassing19:36
BluesKaj...IIasper, some of us are testing Xenial/16.04, but if you feel the need make sure you have a reliable fallback OS  ...I'm using 14.0419:37
heeenand people tell me the path is 14.10, 15.419:37
Jordan_Uheeen: Please give the exact invocation and error message.19:37
xanguaJordan_U: I haven't seen an official announcement and every upgrade from trusty to Willy seems to end in a broken system19:37
heeenJordan_U: http://pastebin.com/w9CzBY1K19:38
compdocpass_the_hdd, the spare drive does attach as /dev/sdd ? youre sure its the right drive?19:38
pass_the_hddcompdoc, i hang my head in shame. the VM started up19:38
jushurI always advice to fresh install, if you "must" keep your old install. just buy a new main hdd/ssd and swap it out. This way you can just go back to the old System if needed.19:38
compdocvery cool19:38
pass_the_hddcompdoc, thank you!!19:38
Jordan_Uheeen: Never ever ever use -d with update-manager. If you really want to upgrade to a development release then be clear and use --devel-release.19:39
heeenhuh. works without -d19:39
heeenshould have rtfm19:40
* Jordan_U thinks that the short '-d' option should be removed due to its constant misuse.19:41
heeenyeah I was blindly copying that from answers online19:41
lernerdo you know how to add "page 1 of 45" to the footer of an odt document with libreoffice?19:42
varxIs there some secret to getting Ubiquity to recognize zfs partitions for installation? From what I was reading, it seems like it has worked for other people...19:42
varx*on 16.0419:43
Jordan_Uvarx: #ubuntu+1 for 16.04.19:43
varxAh, I appreciate that Jordan_U19:43
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Jordan_Uxangua: Closest thing to an official "announcement" about direct 14.04 to 15.04 upgrade: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-release-upgrader/+bug/149702419:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1497024 in update-manager (Ubuntu Vivid) "release upgrades should jump over unsupported releases" [High,Fix released]19:51
xanguaJordan_U: and every upgrade attempt I know since December has ended in a broken system, heeen being the latest example :-P19:53
ubuntu-mateSteelNiner here.19:54
Jordan_Uxangua: It sounds like this is the first time heen has done it properly (without -d). But while I don't expect it to be very reliable (and advised against it) at least heen has a snapshot they can revert back to.19:55
ubuntu-mateHey Stinky_Feet...are you a children's clown?19:55
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david__0101French ??19:57
Pici!fR | david__010119:57
ubottudavid__0101: Nous sommes desoles mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.19:57
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dbarroshow much of space does it take to install THE ENTIRE REPOSITORY of files in Ubuntu.....?20:07
geniidbarros: In the neighbourhood of 35-38G20:07
dbarrosgenii, oh... I see, that's quite a lot... if i set / to be 50GB it would still have heaps of space20:08
Picidbarros: For all releases, it was 777 GB when this was written: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Mirrors20:08
dbarrosdo you guys use LVM20:09
bekksdbarros: Do you?20:09
LambdaComplexnope, nobody has ever used lvm before20:09
LambdaComplexi set up lvm a few times in class the other day20:09
dbarrosI kinda do yes, but I got a new SSD....20:09
bekksdbarros: And what is you actual issue at that point? Taking a poll is pointless.20:10
dbarrosbekks, i'm asking this because it's more efficient to use LVM on a 250GB disk.... with ubuntu... than to split 50 GB for root, 1GB for boot, 16GB for swap and the rest for /home20:10
LambdaComplex...1GB for boot?20:11
dbarrosbekks, so the issue lies mostly on user experience really there are articles bashing LVM20:11
Jordan_Udbarros: Why bother with a separate /home/ or /boot/ anyway?20:11
LambdaComplexJordan_U: EFI?20:11
bekksdbarros: LVM gives you a lot more flexibility. 1GB for boot as a partition, the rest used as LVM PV.20:11
raubdbarros: what partitioning has to do with LVM? Both can be used at the same time20:12
LambdaComplexbekks: The contents of my ESP is about 30 MiB20:12
Madhumper69when i log into my ubuntu ui i get regular screen resolution 1920x1080 but when i xrdp i get 720p , is there a way to force the resolution when i remotely connect to my server?20:12
LambdaComplexoops, that was intended for dbarros20:12
Jordan_ULambdaComplex: That's a separate /boot/efi/, and must be iutside any LVM usage.20:12
raubbekks: that is kinda usually how do I set my crap20:13
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BluesKajdbarros, 50Gb for / is a lot ...you must run a lot of apps20:13
LambdaComplexJordan_U: it's perfectly possible to put the ESP on /boot20:13
LambdaComplex(although i don't so that i don't have to worry about kernel naming conflicts)20:13
Jordan_ULambdaComplex: Yes, but I wouldn't recommend doing so.20:14
bekksLambdaComplex: ?20:14
dbarrosbekks, exactly....20:14
LambdaComplexJordan_U: Eh, why not?20:14
dbarrosbekks, 1GB for boot (just to make sure), and the rest, a PV20:14
bekksdbarros: Yeah.20:15
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dbarrosraub, what partitioning has to do with LVM? well, you can create small 10GB partitions inside your volume group... and extend later.. if you need....20:16
dbarrosraub, instead of having 40GB of space in root partition, and fill the entire /home20:16
Jordan_ULambdaComplex: It's not the default Ubuntu configuration. It's not the recommended upstream grub project's configuration. It means that you need to worry about your ESP being big enough for all your kernels. If you dual boot multiple distributions then it would lead to sharing /boot/ between distros which is asking for trouble, and as long as you're using grub instead of systemd-boot it gains you nothing.20:17
LambdaComplexJordan_U: I don't really care about the default Ubuntu configuration, and I don't even use grub.20:18
LambdaComplexI suppose you're right about having to make the ESP big enough for all the kernels, though. Not that kernels are _that_ big.20:19
bekksLambdaComplex: What is that ESP you are talking about?20:19
skypcehey guys, feel free to see my first video made with openshot, not so bad for be the first :D20:19
bekksLambdaComplex: And kernels arent that big, actually?20:20
LambdaComplexbekks: The EFI System Partition?20:20
bekksLambdaComplex: ah.20:20
LambdaComplexbekks: And...yes? That's what I said20:20
raubdbarros: that is what I do. But most people just make / and swap and go to town.20:20
skypcesorry by my english, it is watch not see20:20
Jordan_Uskypce: Please keep such things to #ubuntu-offtopic.20:20
raubdbarros: FYI, your example was actually very AIX-like20:20
dbarrosraub, it gives you flexibility when you need to clean install a system20:21
dbarrosraub, you isolate home....20:21
raubBt they do the partitions shrinking better than Linux's LVM20:21
raubi.e. live20:21
dbarrosbe right back20:22
raubdbarros: my point is that the way you wrote it sounded like it was an either-or, not an and20:22
ioriaLambdaComplex, do you really have a /boot/efi of 30M  ?20:22
pepeehas anyone had this issue in wily?  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-lts-wily/+bug/154540120:25
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1545401 in linux-lts-wily (Ubuntu) ""kernel BUG at /build/linux-lts-wily-Vv6Eyd/linux-lts-wily-4.2.0/mm/memory.c:3146!"" [Undecided,New]20:25
Madhumper69when i xrdp to my server my resolution changes to 720p and not 1080p ??20:36
kubast2Will there be more settings added[sensivity ,aceleration<-this one is a must have ,through I've gotten around it with "xset m 00"]?20:36
kubast2*mouse settings20:36
SeminarianHi guys somehow for whatever reason my swap space isn't being used?! "grep SwapTotal /proc/meminfo" gives 0kb20:39
SeminarianHow can I enable my swap partition again?20:39
ioriasudo swapon --all20:40
LambdaComplexioria: yeah, why?20:40
LambdaComplexi imagine a lot of it might be from image files for my refind theme :P20:41
ioriaLambdaComplex, nothing, just to know ...20:41
Seminarianioria: swapon: cannot find the device for UUID=a016be66-99bf-4297-8036-31cf5d289c7620:41
ioriaSeminarian, sudo blkid20:41
geniiSeminarian: So that indicates whatever swap partition you assigned at some previous time no longer exists20:42
Seminarian/dev/sda3: UUID="916d58a7-2135-41c9-a674-a4afd113ad85" TYPE="swap"20:42
ioriaSeminarian, if mismatch you have to edit fstab20:42
SeminarianI think kali install formatted my swap partition again20:42
SeminarianOk thans will edit fstab guys20:42
wolfczHello, since certain moment I am getting this: "Not all updates can be installed" I am running LTS on remote dedicated server and I do not want to reboot or upgrade distribution. I would like to continue with updates anyway. Any help possible?20:42
ioriaSeminarian, run sudo parted -l , id your swap partition, then correct fstab20:43
Seminarianioria: It's fixed , I ran sudo swapon -all and no error this time20:44
Madhumper69xrdp resolution issue any help would be great?20:44
ioriaSeminarian, good, congrats20:44
Seminarianioria: Congratz to you :-) and thanks20:44
ioriaSeminarian, no problem20:44
zzxcHey does anyone know if there is a to force a directory to inherient the premissions from the parent directory (like the s The set-user-ID-on-execution and set-group-ID-on-execution bits. in chmod)20:44
Madhumper69vncserver how to change resolution  driving me bananas minion style ;)20:47
wolfczAnybody who met "Not all updates can be installed"? What could be the cure,20:50
hassoonwolfcz: throw the whole machine in some water pool20:50
k1lwolfcz: run a "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade" in terminal and show all the output in a pastebin like paste.ubuntu.com20:51
k1lhassoon: please be helpful in here20:51
hassoonk1l: brah.20:51
wolfczkll thank you doing it :)20:51
akikzzxc: setting the s-bit on the group keeps the group owner the same, e.g. mode 277020:54
zzxcakik: Yes, I'm looking for something that will do the same thing but with the file premissions. For exampe I want a every directory and file under a directory to have 770 and be owned by tomcat7:GROUP.20:57
zzxcakik: And tomcat is creating new directories and files in the directory.20:58
wbillcan anyonetell me shouldn' t this run:  sudo update-rc.d /etc/init.d/butter20:58
akikzzxc: it's dependent on the user's umask setting. i don't think there's a way to override it20:58
wbillim trying to update rc.d for the default init.d run level for a script i want to start automatically in ubuntu 15.1020:59
zzxcakik: There is ACL, thats been about it.21:00
earmanHey guys, I posted a question earlier about Network-Manager, and not being able to get WPA2 Enterprise with MSCHAPv4 / PEAP working in Ubuntu 15.10.  Since then I've found a workaround and posted the answer on askubuntu if anyone else runs into the same problem.  Basically had to edit the settings file for the connection in /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections and remove the line "phase2-altsubject-matches=".  Not sure why the existance of that line kills t21:00
earmanhe connection or what it means, but I figured if anyone else had the same problem, this would be helpful for them. More here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/723018/wpa2-and-eap-cannot-connect-like-other-devices/736783#73678321:00
wolfczkll this is the output: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134217/21:00
akikzzxc: does the acl system change the permissions to some pre-defined values?21:00
akiklooks like it can do it21:02
k1lwolfcz: please close all programs that use the package managment like updaters or synaptic or softwarecenter. then run it again21:03
wolfczkll thank you - how can I find which programs use that?21:03
k1lwolfcz: you have any programs running? is this a desktop?21:04
jak2013hi friends21:04
jak2013when i do a sudo "apt-get update" i get this error: "E: Unable to fetch some archives, maybe run apt-get update or try with --fix-missing?"   how to fix?21:04
wolfczit is desktop on remote, I am not aware of what could be running ... I will go through processes anyway if I can guess it i am not sure21:04
zzxcakik: Yeah, but it also looks like I'll have to modify the fstab, which is not a massive deal, but it means the upgrade path isn't just going to be restarting the service, but actually unmounting a key drive, modifying the fstab, remoting, & setting up the ACL.21:05
k1lwolfcz: "sudo lsof /var/lib/dpkg/lock"21:06
alamrihow i can make ubuntu fast21:07
bekksalamri: Depends on gazillion of variables.21:07
k1lalamri: buy a ssd21:07
alamriiam a new user in linux21:08
wolfczkll http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134341/21:09
alamrii don't know much21:09
k1lwolfcz: are there other terminals running? what did you do before that happend?21:10
k1lalamri: then just start using it. you will learn new things while using it21:10
alamriyes i hope that21:10
alamrithanks k1l21:11
wolfczkll I am running servers 24/7. Problem appeared about week ago, after doing regular updates I think. Now it offers only partial but when I hit the button "partial" updates nothing happens. I would not be happy to shutdown the servers anyway (in terminals)21:12
wolfczkll maybe I found the culprit and can run the commands now: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134439/21:18
k1lwolfcz: what was it? another terminal or login running apt?21:20
wolfczkll yes that was one forgotten terminal minimized from my previous try to recover from this21:21
wolfczkll Can we detect something from the output?21:24
k1lwolfcz: you got a lot of 3rd party repos there. maybe they are mixing21:25
wolfczkll I am aware of mono repos - using alpha channel for newest repo and repo for mysql from source. Mega repo does not colide I believe. But I believe Ineed newest mono and original mysql for my servers. So what would you suggest?21:27
Zren_Bleh. 128Mb was too small for a /boot partition. >.<'21:31
k1lwolfcz: look at the packages named as to be removed and kept back.21:32
wolfczkll I see these: The following packages will be REMOVED21:33
wolfcz  emma libdbd-mysql-perl libmysqlclient18 libqt4-sql-mysql python-mysqldb21:33
wolfczThe following packages have been kept back:21:33
wolfcz  mysql-client mysql-common mysql-community-client mysql-community-server21:33
wolfcz  mysql-server21:33
k1lwolfcz: if you are fine with that removed packages i would run the updates first.21:33
fritchieto commission a node in MAAS does MAAS need to be able to control the power?21:33
k1lwolfcz: and then look at whats still kept back in the next round21:33
wolfczkll I may live without emma, although it was quite useful for mysql - kept back - I do not know what will happen if I do this for mysql-client mysql-comon and that comunity server. Does that mean it will use some older version of My SQL? Downgrade it? Why?21:35
k1lwolfcz: kept back means it will stay on the version it is using right now.21:36
wolfczkll - so there will be future updates for my-sql totaly disabled?21:36
k1lwolfcz: first install the missing updates.21:39
k1lthen see why the other packages are still kept back21:39
wolfczkll anyway ... if that will enable at least security updates and such ... on a system ... if there is no other way I can do what you say. But how to install those updates when the updater does not work? can you suggest some terminal command?21:39
k1lwolfcz: honestly: you got 3rd party repos there. this is out of ubuntus fokus to support and way out of a stable base.21:41
k1lwolfcz: run the updates and install them. when its done see what is still kept back. then try a "sudo apt-get install -f" and see why its not installing.21:41
k1lwolfcz: i suspect a mess of 3rd party repos.21:42
wolfczkll sudo-apt get update ok?21:42
k1lwolfcz: sudo apt update. that only gets the latest package list form the servers.21:43
k1lwolfcz: sudo apt full-upgrade will upgrade all packages as possible21:43
wolfczkll ok doing it and with confirmation21:44
gadnukhey all, I'm having some issues connecting to my university's wifi.  I was reading online that using wpa_supplicant could help.  Would there be any conflicts with NetworkManager if I installed it?21:45
gadnuk Well, it's eduroam in particular.21:45
sfdebugdoes anyone know how to put pdf files from ubuntu to iphone?21:46
k1lsfdebug: does iphone offer a mtp mode or a external disk mode. like any other sane mobile OS does?21:47
sfdebugk1l, sorry, i'm not sure about it but i think no... i was able to do it on windows and macOS via itunes...21:48
k1lsfdebug: :/  see if itunes got linux support. or run itunes in wine or such.21:49
xanguasfdebug: what Ubuntu and iOS version?21:50
wolfczkll sudo apt full-upgrade was performed and no "strange" messages appeared21:51
sfdebugxangua, ubuntu 14.04, iOS 9.121:51
xanguasfdebug: either manually upgrade libimobiledevice or wait until 16.04 is out, or... as you were told contact Apple about Linux support or get a more friendly device21:53
xanguaThis is a never ending story since 2010, Ubuntu supports whatever iOS version at the time is, new iOS update breaks support21:54
blackbird__needs help about Arduino and virtual serial port21:55
wolfczkll I run the commands again and got this as not required and kept back:  The following package was automatically installed and is no longer required:21:56
wolfcz  gcc-4.8-base:i38621:56
wolfczUse 'apt-get autoremove' to remove it.21:56
wolfczThe following packages have been kept back:21:56
wolfcz  mysql-client mysql-common mysql-community-client mysql-community-server21:56
wolfcz  mysql-server21:56
wolfczkll I run the commands again agn got this as not required and kept back: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134845/21:58
k1lwolfcz: "sudo apt-get install -f"21:59
wolfczok doing21:59
wolfczkll this I got: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134888/22:01
k1lwolfcz: apt-cache policy mysql-server22:02
sfdebugxangua, if i upgrade libimobiledevice , what i do after that?22:03
Mathisenwhere can i change magnet link association ?22:04
wolfczkll please look: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134909/22:04
xanguaI imagine just plug your device, but if you manually update it you're pretty much on your own sfdebug22:04
cyberh99Hi, anyone is using Ubuntu for penetrationt testing?22:05
sfdebugxangua, but i can copy files from ubuntu to iphone after that?22:05
sfdebugcan i*22:05
k1lwolfcz: "sudo apt install mysql-server"22:06
Mathisencyber a little yes.. using openVAS22:06
xanguaWouldn't know,i don't own an iOS device sfdebug22:06
wolfczkll doing it22:06
sfdebugxangua, undertood... thanks buddy :22:06
cyberh99Mathisen do you try to install Veil-Evasion?22:06
Mathisencyberh99, no have not tried it22:07
cyberh99Okay, thank you22:07
rigo88i'm back. no luck yet. anyhow i have an extended bios now. what is the combination i need to go for? uefi/legacy, ahci/ide, idetosata/sata/ide, gpt/mbr?22:07
wolfczkll this looks scary: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134936/22:07
cyberh99I have uefi/legacy but it's depends of your pc22:08
cyberh99I think so22:08
k1lwolfcz: apt-cache policy mysql-community-server22:08
rigo88i mean.. the / signs are representing an OR :)22:08
wolfczkll doing it22:08
Jordan_Urigo88: If Ubuntu will be your only OS then UEFI, AHCI, SATA, and GPT.22:08
rigo88oki. cuz i have troubles installing it since a longer while. it gets into a reboot loop after each install no matter what i do.22:09
rigo88but now i'm gonna set up the bios as you've said and give another try. if it'll not work i'll go back to windows (it'd be a shame)22:10
wolfczkll please look: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15134986/22:10
Jordan_Urigo88: If after installing in this configuration you still have a problem then please come back and describe the symptoms of the problem in detail.22:11
MapleAnybody know anything about higan emulator?22:11
k1lwolfcz: ok. that system seems like a mess. you have installed some 3rd party packages as deb. and now the mysql 3rd party repo wants to ship a newer version but cant install.22:12
k1lwolfcz: sudo apt-get install mysql-community-server22:12
rigo88well short version is the long: after installing and rebooting it keeps only rebooting without any errormessage. and pronto.22:12
PestBudaDoes anyone how to Dynamically / Normalize Also audio output to speakers?    (I'm not trying to Normalized a file.., The output to speakers - on the fly?)22:12
k1lsee why that is not installing22:12
rigo88so i'll format to gpt first.22:12
zsocIs there a separate channel for general ubuntu video or specifically nvidia ubuntu/linux issues, or should I ask here?22:12
wolfczkll I will do that thank you - doing now ... hope it will keep me updated withnewest my-sql true?22:12
alamrigay i have problem when i click on shut down it go to log out22:12
MapleI need help with controller stuffz22:13
PestBudaDoes anyone how to Dynamically / Normalize ((((Alsa))) audio output to speakers?    (I'm not trying to Normalized a file.., The output to speakers - on the fly?)   Alsa not Also...oops22:13
zsocOk well, if someone could point me in the right direction... im unable to get driver/modules to load for my nvidia 940m with either 352 ubuntu packaged or 358 nvidia packaged drivers... same error http://pastebin.com/DmiEBCPG22:14
Jordan_UPestBuda: Essentially you want a compression fileter? ("Compression" in the audio sense, not the "make a file smaller" sense).22:15
wolfczkll done22:15
k1lwolfcz: did it work?22:15
PestBudaJordan_U: basically yes,  The explosions quiter, and whispers louder.22:16
MapleI need helpez with HIGAN emulator!!!22:16
Jordan_UPestBuda: I haven't tried it myself but: http://askubuntu.com/questions/31580/is-there-a-way-of-leveling-compressing-the-sound-system-wide22:17
wolfczkll http://paste.ubuntu.com/15135077/22:18
k1lwolfcz: ok, so libmysqlclient18:i386 libqt4-sql-mysql:i386 were the issue22:18
MapleEmulator chat?22:19
wolfczkll so now updates will work? phew ... THANK YOU!!!!!!!22:19
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wolfczkll Did we replace the distribution of mysql? do you think my databases and servers are safe after this "torture of the system"?22:20
stackoidahh it's a wonderful day22:20
rattkingHello I am trying to use debconf-set-selections to configure grub2/linux_cmdline_default on Trusty, but that the selections seem to be overwritten when I install the grub-pc package22:20
k1lwolfcz: get all that 3rd party stuff sorted. think about what you really need. if that is a production server you might want to use the original ubuntu packages and not 3rd party stuff.22:21
k1lwolfcz: you are now using the packages from the mysql repo.  i dont know if your software runs with that stuff.22:21
rattkingDoes anyone know why this may be or how to make it respect my settings again? like it did with precise22:21
MapleNobody knows anything about HIGAN emu??22:23
wolfczkll That MySQL I use was hightly suggested. So if it was there it was for it was highly recomended. But maybe now comunity version will do better. I see no crashing server. Is partly production and partly hobby. But would be very unpleasant if it stopped. You helped a lot, cannot thank you enough!22:23
almarktime / other priorities / etc etc22:26
almarkgo is too difficult....22:26
h99Hi :)22:27
Maplehigan fkn emulator help plz!22:29
Maplecome onnnn!22:30
MapleAll I need is to hook up a darn controller!22:30
wolfczkll Thank you again, I will go through your suggestions to learn from it, wishing a good day to you and to everybody helpful here. :)22:30
MapleYou guys do freaking hard stuff all the time and cant help me hook up a controller???22:31
Maplefk it...22:32
rattkingI am wondering if this postinst line is clobbering my settings "merge_debconf_into_conf "$tmp_default_grub" GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT grub2/linux_cmdline_default"22:33
k1lwolfcz: no problem. just keep in mind that on a server you dont want the newest. you want stable and security updates.22:33
CoolRabbitMaple you still here?22:35
* rattking talks into the void22:36
wolfczkll That is very true and is why I read carefuly if our servers run on newest mono/my-sql or if someone reported probs. And that is why I stick with LTS, only those 2 I update to newest possible :) Without this help I could not do even security updates and that would be very bad. :-) Take care :)22:38
SCHAAP137is there a way to make Network Manager use a different openvpn binary?22:47
CoolRabbitSCHAAP137, if you cant fix that with Network Manager you could try wicd22:48
Madhumper69why cant i share a usb drive i looked online but nothing is helping ... i can browse my shared windows drives... thanks22:54
SkepticalParrotWhich command is better: htop or top?23:02
SkepticalParrotI find top to be confusing...23:02
SkepticalParrotBecause it's kinda hard to see everything.23:03
k1lSkepticalParrot: htop is like the new top. with more infos and more color :)23:05
* genii ponders top-ng23:06
* rattking likes 'detailed cpu usage'23:06
SkepticalParrotenefit, so I find htop to be a better choice imo.23:08
SkepticalParrotIn the arch based distros, I kinda prefer top, because everything is indented, but in anything debian based, I don't have that benefit, so I find htop to be a better choice imo.23:08
k1lSkepticalParrot: use what you like best23:09
skinuxHaving an issue with nGinx server names23:10
skinuxI added server name to /etc/hosts and site config has it, but I get error Could not resolve host23:10
GyrthSo does anyone here have knowledge of intel drivers?23:13
skinuxDoes Ubuntu need restarted after editing /etc/hosts ?23:13
geniiskinux: No23:13
k1lGyrth: what intel drivers? what issue? what ubuntu?23:13
GyrthI tried everything but the performance is still terrible.23:14
skinuxWhat else could it be?23:14
Gyrthk1l: I installed the intel graphics drivers via their tool.23:14
GyrthOn Ubuntu 15.10 gnome.23:14
k1lGyrth: :/23:14
* genii ponders "their tool"23:14
GyrthBecause there isn't a driver in the Ubuntu jockey tool.23:15
k1lGyrth: that is because you dont need a driver. intels drivers are in the linux kernel already23:15
GyrthI think it got installed correctly and it is in use. the i915 drivers.23:16
GyrthAre you sure....23:17
Madhumper69why is it so difficult to share a usb drive in ubuntu ugh... the interwebs are not helping :S23:17
k1lGyrth: yes i am very sure.23:17
Gyrthk1l: https://01.org/linuxgraphics/downloads/intel-graphics-installer-linux-1.2.023:17
GyrthWhat's thiis then?23:17
k1lGyrth: the installer you used is just an updated driver. but now you lost the ubuntu support path. since we cant change anything on that tool.23:18
GyrthOk.... so why has the performance alwasy be very bad?  Even before I used that tool?23:18
k1li915 you said? is that a intel atom?23:19
GyrthI use a brix machine, it's supposed to work very well with linux. Iris pro graphics.23:20
k1lGyrth: which exactly?23:20
Gyrthk1l: Iris Pro 520023:20
k1land where is the issue?23:21
Gyrthk1l: that I get black textures and 2 fps in Unigine. And I basivally can't run any game.23:22
Madhumper69has anyone successfully SHARED a mounted external usb drive in ubuntu????23:23
cloviswHi, I have a notebook with 3 HD, 2 for Ubuntu, 1 for W10, now I buy an mSata with 128GB, and wish to use this to speed things for Linux and Windows, then partitionate 64GB for each, any tip how do that without reinstalling all?23:23
Madhumper69has anyone successfully SHARED a mounted external usb drive in ubuntu???? all my windows drive work?23:23
dillon_hey guys, I'm having trouble getting a torrent file to open, i've tried transmission and qbittorrent but neither one will open it, it opens magnet links but I only need one thing out of the whole torrent23:24
k1lGyrth: usually the icore intel gpus are well supported.23:24
Gyrthk1l: and this pc should be able to run most game without a problem. So what's going on?23:24
k1lGyrth: you could look into dmesg and Xorg.log if there is some error23:25
squintydillon_,  http://magnet2torrent.me/23:25
squintydillon_,  once it has converted the magnet to torrent, use the torrent and you should be able to pick and choose files from the torrent listing23:26
dillon_thanks squinty23:27
Gyrthk1l: no red thingies in dmesg23:27
dillon_squinty but it will open the torrent file all it does is open the magnet file23:28
Smokiehey guys, quick question, trying to scp a directory to another server but it keeps saying "folder name: not regular file"23:29
Smokieis there a special flag or something to scp a directory ?23:29
FuchsSmokie: -r23:30
Fuchsas with cp or the likes23:30
squintydillon:  drag and drop the magnet link onto that web page.  it may take a little time to do the conversion but after it has finished, the web page will provide a torrent file which you then link to transmission, deluge or whatever p2p you are using. after the torrent is loaded into your p2p software you should see a listing of the individual files available23:30
=== matt_ is now known as Guest39073
SmokieFuchs, thanks23:30
Fuchsyou're welcome23:30
GyrthI'll have to switch to windows if I can't get the graphics working properly.23:34
skinuxHow to flush dns?23:35
=== richard_ is now known as snow_richard
skinuxApparently there is no DNS cache service. Damn it!23:37
geniiskinux: Refer to the dns caching software you installed. If you didn't install any, there is no cahe23:37
skinuxThere isn't any installed.23:37
geniiThen you don't have a dns cache23:37
skinuxOr maybe it is...I'll check for it23:37
skinuxNope, not installed.23:38
skinuxSo I doubt know why I'm getting error that my local server name can't be resolved.23:38
stratumis there an easy way to upgrade the xorg stack on 14.04.3 to 14.04.4 without ?23:40
Gyrthk1l: I just ran CS:S at 175fps... what the.23:43
skinuxYeah...I've both nGinx site config and /etc/hosts configured for this server name, but Ubuntu acts like neither exists.23:45
lernergmusicbrowser list my library directory as having 70k files, but the directory has 101k files...23:46
Smokieis it normal to scp a file from a remote server on the internet to my linux machine at home @ 40MB/s, then from my linux machine to my Windows machine only @ 15MB/s ?23:46
lernerwhere are 31k??23:46
swenginHi I cloned a disk  into a new one but when I boot from that disk and after choosing ubuntu ( so grub is working) I get this error A TPM error (6) occurred attempting to read a pcr value23:48
swenginit never goes to gnome23:49
swenginthe version I have is ubuntu server 14 lts23:50
Jordan_Uswengin: Have you ever intentionally tried to configure your TPM?23:50
swenginJordan_U: no23:51
k1lGyrth: yes, the gpu should work.23:52
FreshI am having issues with mounting a picture cd. ubuntu 15.10 I dont think mounting cd drive was configured in /etc/fstab but I am new to ubuntu and am only guessing based on google search.23:53
barnabasdkFresh, ubuntu should do this automagically23:54
barnabasdkdoes anything turn up in /media/* when you insert the cd23:54
k1lFresh: what desktop?23:55
Jordan_Uswengin: My guess is that the TPM error is actually unrelated to your failure to boot, and just happens to be the last message successfully written to the screen. Do you have both the cloned and original drives in the same machine at the same time?23:55
swenginactually the original is now detached23:55
swenginI have only the cloned now23:56
Jordan_Uswengin: Good. You should avoid them both being connected, as when they are both connected the fileystems' Universally Unique IDentifiers are decidedly not Unique :)23:56
Freshnot sure which desktop. just grabbed the iso from ubuntu.com23:56
Jordan_Uswengin: Do you get a different result booting into recovery mode?23:57
KingchocomelchHas ANYBODY had problems with the SDA5_crypt when booting? I had a password set and it said it failed 3 different times on 3 different boots.  Finally on the fourth the same password decrypted the drive...23:57
swenginJordan_U: will try that23:57
k1lFresh: so unity. that should take care of mounting the cd23:57
barnabasdkk1l, +123:57
barnabasdkFresh, just for testing, try with another cd23:58
vimesHello! I'm trying to set up ubuntu via openstack, but I can't find what port to open for apt-get and internet23:58
vimesI did open 80, and 443. But it's not enough. It cant ping anything or connect via apt-get. when I open all ports it works, but I can't have all ports open23:58
squintyFresh,  also look in the Dash for  Disks   It should show your cd/dvd drive and you can mount it from there too23:58
vimeshttp://bildr.no/view/RWdYMVl1 <- current setup (for ubuntu server 14.04)23:59
gadnukis it ok to use wpa_supplicant with NetworkManager? Or would there be a conflict?23:59

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