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reisio'lo home00:14
homewhat is it about here?00:15
SovereignentityI need to install ffmpeg as a dependency but I'm not sure about libffmpeg00:16
reisiohome: Ubuntu00:16
reisioSovereignentity: about what?00:16
k1lhome: this is the technical support channel for ubuntu00:16
homeoh wow cool00:16
Sovereignentityif that will satisfy the dependencies00:17
reisioSovereignentity: 'libav'?00:17
reisioSovereignentity: for the most part libav and ffmpeg are interchangeable00:17
reisioSovereignentity: if you have a choice, though, go with ffmpeg, as it will last longer00:17
k1lSovereignentity: what ubuntu exactly?00:17
reisioSovereignentity: there is no libffmpeg, there's libavcodec, which both ffmpeg and libav provide00:17
reisioall the information you need, I just typed out :)00:18
dillondoes anyone know how to slow down visualboy advance?00:18
reisiodillon: is that some kind of gameboy emulator?00:19
Sovereignentityreisio, I dont find just ffmpeg in the software center or synaptic pm00:19
reisioSovereignentity: yes you do00:19
reisioSovereignentity: might be in 'universe' repo at this point00:20
k1lSovereignentity: what ubuntu are you on exactly?00:20
mattbvdillon: you might want to check the frameskip option00:20
Sovereignentitymate 14.0400:20
k1lSovereignentity: you now libav and ffmpeg is the same codebase but was forked due to drama with developers?00:20
k1lSovereignentity: mint?00:21
Sovereignentityubuntu mate 14.0400:21
reisioSovereignentity: it's possible 14.04 only has libav easily available00:21
reisioas I said, they're largely interchangeable00:21
k1lSovereignentity: so install libav-tools00:21
dillonmattbv yes00:22
reisiothere was a moment there where all the Debian devs went a little kookoo and switched from ffmpeg to libav, thankfully that moment has passed00:22
reisioit might have coincided with Ubuntu 14.0400:22
mattbvdillon: did it worked? changing the frame skip?00:22
dillonno frame skip is zero and throttle is no throttle00:23
Sovereignentitykll got it thanks00:23
dillonmattbv no frame skip is zero and throttle is set to no throttle00:25
mattbvdillon: Sounds like you system is too good (if that can be counted as a problem). I think the emulator tries to use the cpu as much as possible. Can you tell me how many fps are you getting?00:26
dillonmattbv not a clue lol, but the computer is really old.  It is a toshiba satellite L505D-S598300:28
dillononly thing different is it has a silicon power ssd00:28
mattbvdillon: Slso, there should be some sort of frame rate cap to chose in the settings. Well, yeah, to run an gba emulator that's way more power than required00:29
dilloni did not see one, the frame rate is between (at factory setting) 775%-1200%00:31
dillonmattbv I didn't see one and the frame rate at out of box settings is 775%-1000%00:39
yoLo_any software/app i can use as a hotspot for my wireless devices ??00:44
genii!info hostap00:45
ubottuPackage hostap does not exist in wily00:45
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k1lnetworkmanager can do that00:45
reisioit's, what, hostapd?00:46
geniireisio: Yep00:46
reisiomaking Windows jealous since ... some time in the past00:46
Jordan_UyoLo_: With nm-connection-editer set your wireless connection to "Shared with other computers". If you have another inteface connected to the internet, like ethernet or a 4G modem, then that internet connection will be shared to the newly created wireless network.00:47
incognito-dgopeik wazzzuuuup00:58
opeikI have a small problem: my desktop running Ubuntu 15.10 froze upon resume from suspend. I restarted the damn thing and instead of being greeted by the login screen, I get a black screen.00:58
opeikI can't even get to a TTY00:58
Jordan_Uopeik: Does ctrl+alt+F1 have any effect?00:59
opeikI can't get to any TTYs00:59
opeikIt just stays black00:59
abetterfishboot into a rescue disk00:59
jerryGopeik: im guessing you installed the bad unity 8 package00:59
opeikEverything is stock00:59
opeikLatest NVIDIA drivers, too00:59
opeikIn an act of desperation I reinstalled and I had the same problems01:00
abetterfishopeik: Boot from your USB again, and use the terminal on that.01:00
opeikabetterfish, I can use rescue mode from GRUB, will that suffice?01:00
opeikYou can drop into a root shell from there01:00
abetterfishopeik: Yes, I don't know what you can do, except reinstall nvidia drivers01:01
opeikI have tried that many a time friend01:01
opeikI found stuff in the Xorg logs though01:01
opeikHold on let me get it01:01
CoolRabbitopeik do a inxi -NAG and post it somewhere for us01:01
opeikSure thing01:02
opeikWhat's the command that uploads a text file to a pastebin site from the terminal?01:02
opeikwget-paste or something?01:02
Jordan_Uopeik: pastebinit01:02
CoolRabbitthen do a " inxi -NAG | pastebinit01:02
opeikOh and to be clear the free drivers work fine01:04
opeikBut I'm not too keen on getting the same performance as my integrated card, lol01:04
yoLo_Jordan_U:  i get access point is not supported by this device01:04
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CoolRabbitif they work fine what is the hassle ?01:04
yoLo_I will try this in windows01:04
opeikI didn't buy a dedicated graphics card to not use it01:05
CoolRabbityou sure the performance suffers opeik?01:05
CoolRabbitdid you test the darn thing?01:05
CoolRabbitdid you do the inxi -G thing?01:05
opeikGot a root shell now, hold up01:05
InteeHey all, how do I check what version of GCC and Clang I'm using?01:06
opeikIntee, the --version flag?01:07
CoolRabbitok opeik ... since you have your noveau driver active and the nvidia driver unloaded you wil NOT be able to use the proprietory driver01:08
opeikHere's my Xorg.0.log: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15184690/01:08
Inteeopeik, thanks. I did that before and it did work but..01:08
opeikCoolRabbit, Is that so01:08
InteeI'm getting 'configure: No compiler with C++11 support was found' when trying to install znc..01:08
InteeI'm using the correct version according to --version on GCC and Clang01:09
InteeFrom what ZNC documentation tells me anyway01:09
CoolRabbitopeik ... yes ... one blocks the other01:09
opeikAlright then, do you have any idea why that happened?01:09
opeikI mean it was working fine 15 hours ago01:09
CoolRabbitno ideas ... any upgrades?01:10
opeikNot from memory01:10
opeikBut take a loot at the Xorg log01:10
opeikI think the NVIDIA X server fails to start01:10
CoolRabbitopeik I see it ... but the inxi command show you are loading noveau and blocking nvidia01:11
opeikSo what, do I blacklist noveau?01:11
CoolRabbittry it ... it can't hurt01:12
CoolRabbitdid you do a search for aditional drivers opeik01:12
opeikYep, I installed the NVIDIA drivers from the settings menu01:13
CoolRabbitare they still in use?01:13
opeikI can't get to unity unless I purge nvidia-* and noveau is used though01:13
opeikWell they should be in use01:14
opeikIf I uninstall the nvidia packages I get unity again01:14
CoolRabbitthey don't seem to be ... the inxi command again shows01:14
CoolRabbitthey are NOT being used01:14
opeikI'll blacklist the module real quick01:14
opeikThis is really odd01:14
CoolRabbitI'll wait01:15
CoolRabbithola !01:16
nname31hello, how can unpack-edit-modify .abs firmware file? any idea?01:21
opeikAlright I added http://paste.ubuntu.com/15184757/ to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-nouveau.conf01:21
opeikAaaaaand black screen01:21
CoolRabbitopeik ... I'm here01:22
Jordan_Uopeik: Try adding "nomodeset" as a kernel parameter.01:22
CoolRabbitwait a sec01:22
CoolRabbitJordan_U, he has a wrking box with noveau01:22
Jordan_UCoolRabbit: But he wants nvidia's proprietary drivers.01:22
CoolRabbitJordan_U, yep01:22
opeikJordan_U, Alrighty01:23
zelozeloshow do i add a program to open files with, example, using blender's bz2 download of blender - make ubuntu open blend files with blender when i double click01:23
Jordan_Uopeik: To be clear, "nomodeset" disables all Free drivers, including nouveau. All proprietary drivers (except possibly AMDGPU) require kernel mode setting to be disabled from boot (it requires a reboot to disable KMS once started).01:24
CoolRabbitopeik, uninstall every nvidia package and go to the Aditional Drivers app to install them01:24
opeikJust to be clear, I get text while it's booting01:24
opeikThen for a brief second I get the usual linux login screen01:24
opeikYou know, on a TTY01:24
opeikThen it goes black01:25
Jordan_Uopeik: I agree with CoolRabbit though that if you haven't been using Additional Drivers to install and enable the Nvidia drivers then that should be the first thing you try.01:25
opeikI've already done that though01:25
CoolRabbitdo it again ...01:25
zelozelosi tried using right click, open with other program, its not on the list, how do i add blender to the list?01:25
CoolRabbitit wont hurt01:25
zelozelossame with properties01:25
CoolRabbitbut you have to have all the nvidia packages uninstalled ...01:26
CoolRabbitthat is the ones you installed yourself01:26
opeikAlright purging nvidia-* as we speak01:27
opeikGive it a moment01:27
CoolRabbitJordan_U, how to restore factory setting on the Xserver?01:28
opeikAlright I had to reboot and comment out the blacklisting because I had a tiny resolution01:30
CoolRabbitok ... do an inxi -G now01:30
Jordan_UCoolRabbit: sudo mv /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf-bak #Assuming that there is an xorg.conf now at all.01:30
tinyalphawhat are you guys doing on the computer today.01:31
opeikCoolRabbit, http://paste.ubuntu.com/15184811/01:31
CoolRabbitJordan_U, when there is a xorg.cong file yes ... but when it isn't ?01:31
CoolRabbitopeik ... at least now your nvidia is NOT unloaded ...01:32
tinyalphawhat are you guys doing on the computer today.01:32
opeikAlrighty, I'm installing NVIDIA 352.63 from the menu now01:32
k1l!ot | tinyalpha01:32
ubottutinyalpha: #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!01:32
CoolRabbityeah! GO FOR IT !!!01:32
bunjeecould someone please help me set up my HP Photosmart c7200 all-in-one printer? I have been trying with NO luck at all.01:32
tinyalphawhat up dude01:33
opeikbunjee, I have something like that, it should "just work"01:33
CoolRabbittinyalpha ... it was a bot01:33
squintyzelozelos,  have you tried, highlight file, right click, properties, open with -> migrate to /usr/bin and look for the program you want to open a file with -> set as default01:33
bunjeeopeik, it does not...01:33
CoolRabbitbunjee ... did you try installing via Printers > Add ?01:34
k1ltinyalpha: please keep this channel free for technical support.01:34
bunjeeIt's a Network printer01:34
tinyalphaalright i'll move on to another channel you all take care for now01:34
bunjeeyes.I've spent counl01:34
bunjeecountless hours trying01:34
zelozelossquinty, it dosent have open with, just a list and find file, which searches packages01:34
CoolRabbitbunjee do you know your printer's IP?01:35
opeikCoolRabbit, Reboot, get a few kernel messages as usual, TTY login screen briefly and black screen again01:35
Jordan_Ubunjee: What happens when you try to add the printer?01:35
bunjeeI know it's hooked to the Network....01:36
CoolRabbitopeik you are trying to irritate me !!! LOL ;)01:36
opeikSorry dude01:36
opeikI spent a few hours yesterday trying to solve this myself01:36
opeikI've lost track of how many reboots I've done01:36
bunjeenothing......just reads - printer not responding01:36
CoolRabbitopeik the card is in good order in Windows?01:36
opeikI'm not sure, I don't use Windows01:37
Jordan_Ubunjee: Does the printer add successfully and then have problems printing, or does it not even add successfully?01:37
CoolRabbit... you got this card how? It is kind of old?01:37
bunjeeCoolRabbit - yes - I've entered it several times01:37
opeikWell I had a Radeon 6670 from ages ago, and a friend of mine gave me his old 570 ti01:37
opeikIt runs a lot better01:37
bunjeeJordan_U.......does not add at all01:38
opeikI've had my fair share of stupid issues with the AMD card01:38
Jordan_Ubunjee: OK, is it listed when you search for network printers to add?01:38
opeikBut this is something else01:38
InteeSorry, I'm trying to configure ZNC and when I run ./configure it comes up saying I'm not using the right versions of GCC or Clang. I checked them both and tried to install GCC-4.7 but it says it's already installed. When I run GCC --version it says it's using 4.6.1.. How do I make it use 4.7+?01:38
Jordan_UIntee: Why are you trying to compile ZNC?01:39
bunjeeJordan_U - I can add the HP but it does not print a test page01:39
opeikThat is a good question, why are you trying to compile something on a binary distro01:39
Jordan_U!info znc | Intee01:39
ubottuIntee: znc (source: znc): advanced modular IRC bouncer. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.6.1-1 (wily), package size 1380 kB, installed size 4943 kB01:39
zelozeloshow do i make a file association to a program that is not in the right click menu "open with other application" or properties/open with?01:39
Jordan_Ubunjee: You do realize that you earlier said that it doesn't add at all, correct?01:40
InteeJordan_U, I tried apt-get install znc but didn't work and tried finding the ppa(?) for it but couldn't.01:40
Jordan_UIntee: What about it "didn't work"? Why do you expect compiling from source to work better?01:41
bunjeeJordan_U - I can add the printer, but not print a test page01:41
InteeJordan_U, because im a nub. After I did some google-fu work someone said to follow this: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-znc-an-irc-bouncer-on-an-ubuntu-vps01:41
CoolRabbitopeik give me again your xorg.conf01:41
opeikI never gave you my xorg.conf, but sure!01:41
opeikHold on gotta drop into a root shell again01:42
opeikIntee, apt-get install znc01:42
Umeaboybunjee: What brand?01:43
opeikCoolRabbit, Apparently I don't have an xorg.conf01:43
opeikIt's in /etc/X11/xorg.conf, right?01:44
UmeaboySo, if you try to print a page by typing in the terminal window, what errors do you get?01:44
CoolRabbitopeik ... yes ... but that is not as bad as it seems01:44
opeikRun nvidia-xconfig?01:44
Umeaboybunjee: I'm not sure if this works, but try to follow this page: http://www.eecs.utk.edu/resources/it/kb/printing/linux-command-line01:45
squintyzelozelos, probably need to unpack the file first.  right click on file name -> select |Archive Manager (aka file-roller) and proceed from there01:46
Bashing-omopeik: Be aware that the use of the xorg.conf file is depreciated . DKMS does the heavy work now-a-days . If there though, will be used .01:46
opeikBashing-om, Yeah that's what I thought01:47
bunjeeUmeaboy: I've got the HP added, but there is a blue circle with an i in the middle over the HP icon01:47
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zelozelossquinty, it is already working, running whatever, i just want to double click on .blend files and ubuntu will know to open the with blender01:47
Umeaboybunjee: What version of CUPS and hplip?01:47
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cfhowlettzelozelos, right click on .blend, properties, "open with" blender01:48
CoolRabbitopeik try this ... my last try with you before bedtime here ... http://askubuntu.com/questions/47506/how-do-i-install-additional-drivers01:48
CoolRabbithave fun and keep at it !!!01:48
CoolRabbitReinstall the hole damn thing if need be !!!01:49
squintyzelozelos,  hmmm...then the method I described earlier should be the method to obtain the results you want.  don't use blender myself so maybe someone else will chime in01:49
zelozelosit is not on the list cfhowlett and i dont know how to add it, find it will get the program in the repo, i dont want that, i have the latest version, not in the repo's01:49
opeikI already did though lmao01:49
opeikI nuked my dekstop last night01:49
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bunjeeUmeaboy: I printed from another PC and got hpcups 3.12.6 - I don't know how to get the hplip version01:49
zelozelosproperties, has an add button, and it seems to copy whatever i have selected it does not open a broswer so i can navigate to the program of desire01:50
CoolRabbitopeik see if the damn card works anywhere !!!01:50
CoolRabbitmaybe you have a dead one!!01:50
CoolRabbitbye all !01:50
opeikBye bye01:51
opeikSo does anyone else have any ideas01:51
Bashing-omopeik: I just joined, what is the issue ? I have a bit of knowledge of Nvidia .01:52
opeikAlright so get this01:52
Umeaboybunjee: http://hplipopensource.com/hplip-web/install_wizard/index.html01:52
opeikI was using my frankenDELL last night01:52
opeikPut it to sleep, and wake it up01:53
Umeaboybunjee: http://hplipopensource.com/node/20401:53
opeikBlack screen with a cursor, frozen01:53
opeikSo I'm like cool, year of the linux desktop and restart01:53
opeikWhen I restarted I get the linux TTY login briefly before it switches to a fully black screen01:53
opeikI can't get to any TTYs via ctrl-alt-F*01:54
opeikI wiped the disk and reinstalled too01:54
zelozelosopeik, mine does that too, i just keep restarting, it works out after a couple01:54
opeikMate I've restarted the damn thing more times than I can count01:54
opeikThe only lead that I have is in the Xorg.0.log01:55
Bashing-omopeik: What release ? and can you boot to terminal from the grub boot menu ?01:55
opeikUbuntu 15.10, and yes I can drop into a root shell via grub01:55
opeikThe only way anything works is if I apt-get purge nvidia-*01:56
Umeaboyopeik: What graphics card is this?01:56
Bashing-omopeik: Post that Xorg file to a pastebin for me .. let's see what X had to say .01:56
opeikUmeaboy, NVIDIA 57001:56
UmeaboyGeForce GTX 570 ?01:57
opeikYes friend01:57
opeikBashing-om, http://paste.ubuntu.com/15184690/01:57
opeikThere is some obscure error in the logs01:57
Bashing-omopeik: reading .01:58
opeikBashing-om, Line 15101:58
opeikThe driver has a stroke then unloads all the kernel modules01:58
opeikI looked up the error and their official documentation was pretty much "lol make sure it's plugged in correctly"01:59
opeikIn the off chance that it was actually loose or something, why are the free drivers working02:00
Umeaboyopeik: So, the issue is that your display goes black after choosing which kernel to boot?02:01
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opeikI only get the option to pick a kernel if I use gru02:01
bunjeeUmeaboy: I'm loading the file n ow - hope it works...02:01
UmeaboyI had this issue on my GeForce GTX 850M and I managed to solve it for 3.19 and 4.15.02:02
Bashing-omopeik: Yepper; UnGood . OK, in what ways have you tried to install the graphic's driver ?02:02
opeikRegardless, I get a few kernel messages while booting as normal, the standard linux TTY login comes up briefly which is replaced by a black screen02:02
UmeaboyIt looks like a udev issue.02:02
opeikBashing-om, The standard additional drivers tool in Ubuntu02:03
opeikI've done nothing crazy here02:03
opeikI just want to damn thing to work02:03
Umeaboybunjee: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand?02:03
* Umeaboy keeps his thumbs up02:03
bunjeeUmeaboy: not just yet.........it's not even loaded half way........02:04
Bashing-omopeik: Well, let's see what happens when we purge the driver and re-install from terminal . verify the hardware is seen ' sudo ubuntu-drivers devices ' What returns ?02:05
opeikBashing-om, Give me one sec, I have to attend to something02:05
Bashing-omK at your pace .02:06
bunjeeUmeaboy: should i restart the system when it is finished loading/02:06
Umeaboybunjee: IDK.02:06
UmeaboyNot an expert.02:07
UmeaboyJust giving suggestion found when googleing.02:07
bunjeeUmeaboy: me either...02:07
opeikAlrighty back02:09
Bashing-omopeik: ' sudo ubuntu-drivers devices ' ??02:10
Umeaboybunjee: How far have you come now?02:11
opeikBashing-om, http://paste.ubuntu.com/15184978/02:11
bunjeeUmeaboy: it didn'twork.........I'm loading it again......02:13
Umeaboybunjee: What error do you get?02:13
opeikBashing-om, Orders captain?02:13
bunjeeUmeaboy: I will let you know when it's done loading exactly what it reads...............02:14
Bashing-omopeik: K, so far so good ( I was hoping to see 361 in that list ) .. let's run ' sudo apt-get remove --purge nvidia* ; sudo ubuntu-drivers autoinstall ' reboot and let's see what happens .02:14
opeikBashing-om, Oh not sure if I already mentioned it, but the only way I can get a shell is via grub rescue mode02:15
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opeikOh and I thought the 360 versions were only in the edgers PPA02:17
Bashing-omopeik: There you have me at a disafvantage, the only sure way O know to get a terminalk with networking is booting up with grub boot paramaters. Now in 14.04 one can activate networking in a couple of ways, but this is not 14.04. .. in the 15.10 recovery consile dow you have " eneable networking" selection ?02:17
opeikThere is a "Enable networking" option in the grub rescue menu02:18
opeikIt will mount the drive and get everything setup02:18
opeikAlso I ran those commands and restarted, same thing02:18
Bashing-omopeik: Great, should workie ... when set up run ' ping -c3 ubuntu.com ' to make sure we have networking functional .02:19
opeikAlright let me hit up a root shell again02:20
Bashing-omopeik: "  Also I ran those commands and restarted, same thing" -> any errors back in terminal ?02:20
opeikI'll try again just to be certain02:20
Bashing-omopeik: Xorg file still saying it can not talk to the card ?02:21
zelozelosi came back to tell you i found what i needed so you may know for next time02:21
zelozeloswhat i needed was mimeopen -d filename.ext, option other, command was give program name and location, it opened the file in blender , now when i double click on any .blend file, it opens blender02:23
Umeaboybunjee: Good. If I'm away or not in, you can just send me a memo by typing /msg memoserv send Umeaboy.......................................02:23
UmeaboyThe dots represent your message.02:24
opeikBashing-om, Alright, it installed nvidia-35202:24
opeikAnd yes, the network connection works02:24
opeikNo errors02:24
opeikAnd here is /var/log/Xorg.0.log http://paste.ubuntu.com/15185029/02:25
django_damn iti have this old vesion of spotify i cant get rid of02:27
Umeaboydjango: sudo apt-get purge spotify02:27
opeikHere is the last 1000 lines from /var/log/syslog if it helps http://paste.ubuntu.com/15185039/02:28
diego5412HEllo people, can somebody help me ressizing my Micro SD?02:28
crobertshey guys im getting this when trying to install wine on 15.10 http://paste.ubuntu.com/15185038/02:28
Bashing-omopeik: reading .02:30
bunjeeUmeaboy: u still out there?02:38
bunjeeUmeaboy: this is what it reads: There was a problem opening the file “/home/bunjee/Desktop/hplip-3.16.2.run”.02:40
reisiowhoa whoa02:40
reisiohplip... .run?02:40
reisioI very much doubt you want to execute that02:40
reisiohplip is in the default repos, I'm certain02:40
bunjeereisio: I havebeen trying to install my HP c7200 all-in-one photosmart printer.......it adds, but I cannot print a test page......02:41
reisiobunjee: did you install hplip _from the repos_?02:42
bunjeereisio: yes it is the latest version02:43
reisio'latest' is not a version at all02:43
reisio'c7200' exactly?02:43
bunjeereisio: HP Photosmart c7200 yes02:44
Bashing-omopeik: "cie_pme 0000:00:01.0:pcie01: service driver pcie_pme loaded " and " 11.073988] NVRM: loading NVIDIA UNIX x86_64 Kernel Module  352.63  Sat Nov  7 21:25:42 PST " says there is no problem. BUT Xorg sure not happy . I just do no know what to advise !02:47
opeikI appreciate the help dude02:48
django_which command can i remove: spotify-client02:48
opeikI'll open her up and make sure the hard isn't loose or something02:48
opeikGot nothing to lose02:48
django_found it02:49
django_sudo apt-get remove02:49
WhatDoNowHi, got a question about internet connection sharing. It works, but I need it to do something else. wlan goes to eth, which is a basic belkin router, broadcasts its own connection, devices go through and to the world through wlan02:49
WhatDoNowbut none of the devices connecting to the router (eth) are seeing the computer with wlan on the network02:50
WhatDoNowi know they're on seperate networks, but since the computers generating the internet, wouldn't it be on the same network?02:50
Bashing-omopeik: Re-seat the card ; yeah . Are you certain that the install meduim is valid ? Did you check the .iso and the copy to disk ?02:51
reisiobunjee: http://www.openprinting.org/printer/HP/HP-PhotoSmart_C7200 suggests you want the 990c support, heh02:51
opeikBashing-om, Since Ubuntu is quality, enterprise grade tested software, the "Startup Disk Creator" tool is broken on 15.1002:52
opeikI just dd'd the iso onto a usb02:52
WhatDoNowdd works the best for me, started using it on chromeos, haven't needed unetbootin or anything else02:53
bunjeereisio: I will check it out...............got a fire call c ya.........02:53
opeikAlso from my experience, any of the bootable USB tools on Linux don't work02:53
opeikOn my desktop, that is02:53
opeikRufus on windows works, and so does dd02:53
Bashing-omopeik: Boot to the boot options screen on the USB, what results with " check disk for defects " ? dd is the prefered way to make the liveUSB .02:53
opeikNothing else lmao02:54
* reisio was talking to a fireman02:54
opeikBashing-om, Alrighty one sec02:54
phionai have an almost full root drive and now when  i start something in virtual box, it gives this error. what do i do now?02:55
phionaKernel driver not installed (rc=-1908)02:55
phionaThe VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kernel module by executing02:55
phiona'/etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup'02:55
phionaas root. If it is available in your distribution, you should install the DKMS package first. This package keeps track of Linux kernel changes and recompiles the vboxdrv kernel module if necessary.02:55
auztyi would to ask, how to modify upstart script (ubuntu 14.04) so the program can run after the other program??02:56
opeikBashing-om, Where is the option to check for defects?02:56
auzty(i tried start on started ... ) but didn't works02:56
Bashing-omopeik: boot the usb as soon as the bios screen clears depress a shift key -> language screen, escape key to accept the defualt -> boot options screen .02:58
opeikFigured it out, lol02:58
opeikNo errors found02:58
opeikI'll go reseat the card real quick02:59
opeikHave to find a screwdriver02:59
Bashing-omopeik: ;) back to harware issue ??02:59
Dualitywhen I suspend my pc it keeps returning from it within a few seconds, how do I prevent that ?03:01
Umeaboyauzty: Which program are we talking about?03:01
UmeaboyAnd when?03:01
UmeaboyDuality: Check the power management settings.03:02
reisioDuality: sounds like your power manager / bios settings are at odds03:02
auztyUmeaboy, im using docker + flanneld + etcd , i need to start docker after flanneld started,03:02
Jaqenhi all03:03
DualityI have not touched my bios settings ever what should i look for in the bios and power manager settings ?03:03
opeikAlright I reseated the card03:06
reisioDuality: anything to do with suspend/sleep/power/acpi/apm/hibernation03:06
reisioDuality: you might start, though, by simply trying the alternative options you aren't currently using in your power manager prefs03:07
Bashing-omopeik: And ?? display works ?03:07
opeikWell uhh03:07
opeikI can't see anything now03:07
reisioopeik: open your eyelids03:08
opeikreisio, Instructions not clear, computer on fire03:08
opeikBut fo real, nothing03:09
opeikNot even the BIOS booting screen03:09
Bashing-omopeik: Maybe just a maybe, pull that card and gently take a pencil eraser to the contacts ?03:09
Bashing-omopeik: Also make sure there is no dust in the slot .03:10
opeikI dusted it a few weeks ago03:10
Umeaboyauzty: You MIGHT find something interesting here: https://www.google.se/?gws_rd=ssl#q=Start+flanneld+after+docker+Ubuntu03:10
Bashing-omopeik: Pull a card and dust falls into the slot . yes ?03:11
opeikOh wait there we go03:12
opeikIt's decided to give me video now03:12
opeikOK  let's see if that did anything for Ubuntu03:13
opeikOh hey it works03:13
opeikExcuse me, I need to find a pillow to scream into03:13
Bashing-omopeik: Venting emotion can be a good thing .03:14
reisioalmost as good as liberal use of napalm03:14
Bashing-omreisio: That smell in the fresh morning .03:15
phionaas root. If it is available in your distribution, you should install the DKMS package first. This package keeps track of Linux kernel changes and recompiles the vboxdrv kernel module if necessary.03:26
phionai have an almost full root drive and now when  i start something in virtual box, it gives this error. what do i do now?03:27
phionaKernel driver not installed (rc=-1908)03:27
phionaThe VirtualBox Linux kernel driver (vboxdrv) is either not loaded or there is a permission problem with /dev/vboxdrv. Please reinstall the kernel module by executing03:27
phiona'/etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup'03:27
phionaas root. If it is available in your distribution, you should install the DKMS package first. This package keeps track of Linux kernel changes and recompiles the vboxdrv kernel module if necessary.03:27
Bashing-omphiona: ' sudo dkms status ' .03:27
brisohi  iam having a problem my vpn conect buy the internet donot work can you help me please ???03:28
brisodoes some one having problems with vpn conection!03:30
phionaBashing-om: virtualbox, 4.3.36, 3.13.0-76-generic, i686: installed03:30
phionavirtualbox, 4.3.36, 3.13.0-77-generic, i686: installed03:30
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Joel14.04, does anyone have a guide walking me through how to set things up via console so I can connect to a local X session?03:32
opeikOn an unrelated note, can anyone help me fix another problem?03:32
opeikMy USB keyboard doesn't work at the login screen03:32
opeikI have to unplug and replug it03:32
opeikIt works in the BIOS and for GRUB03:32
auztyUmeaboy, thanks for the answer, actually i don't know that upstart script execute almost same time when booting, so my flanneld not done started, but the docker started, so i set sleep time to docker 5s, and finally works :D03:32
Fudgewhat did i do wrong, i configured raid 5 on 36gb drives but the partition created is 109gb03:33
Bashing-omopeik: In bios, "plug and play " enabled ?03:33
opeikThere is no such option03:34
opeikThe motherboard is modern, so that shouldn't be a problem03:34
opeikLike 2007-ish03:34
brisodoes someone having problams with vpn??03:35
opeikAlso while Ubuntu is starting I see the "USB debounce failed" in the kernel messages03:35
phionaBashing-om: virtualbox, 4.3.36, 3.13.0-76-generic, i686: installed03:35
Bashing-omopeik: Mu 2007 I must ! and as well .. set USB to legacy ( for my system ) .03:36
djr013aptitude isn't showing long descriptions of packages, even though using "apt-cache show" does show these, any idea how I should fix this?03:36
Attentivewhat is the command to show all dependencies of a package?03:36
opeikBashing-om, Line 864: Feb 24 10:20:41 icarus kernel: [    3.907173] usb 2-1-port3: connect-debounce failed03:36
opeikI think it's related because right after it detects and sets up my mouse03:36
FudgeAttentive:  try apt-cache show package03:36
opeikAlso only one of my keyboards does this03:37
opeikThe one that I use lmao03:37
Bashing-omphiona: VM is not my thing. but, what is your specific issue ?03:38
charettesHow can I figure out the difference between the packaged version of PostgreSQL's /etc/postgresql/9.3/main/postgresql.conf file on Trusty and the actual file? I tried downloading the postgresql package with apt-get download and using dpkg-deb -x on it but it looks like this file is autogenerated somehow.03:40
phionaBashing-om: my issue is i cannot start anything in vbox.03:40
charettesI also tried package content search for postgresql.conf (http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?searchon=contents&keywords=postgresql.conf&mode=exactfilename&suite=trusty&arch=any) with no success03:40
wolfczHello. :) I made an update of mono from 3rd party repository. I should add that this version is recomended for my sw. 3rd party = official developer. After getting not functional updates someone suggested to disable 3rd party reositories and run sudo apt-get install -f. I did. My result is this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15185339/ Can someone suggest what to do next? My servers are running on mono.03:45
Ben64wolfcz: looks like you're having conflicts with the 3rd party packages still03:46
wolfczBen64 please, could you navigate me some way how to fix it?03:46
Ben64remove all the 3rd party stuff03:47
Bashing-om!info libmono-security4.0-cil wily03:48
ubottulibmono-security4.0-cil (source: mono): Mono Security library (for CLI 4.0). In component main, is optional. Version 3.2.8+dfsg-4ubuntu4 (wily), package size 107 kB, installed size 674 kB03:48
wolfczBen64 I do not want my servers to be stopped and my updates are broken, plus I do not know what should I do at the moment - where to look.03:48
Ben64well they're going to have to be stopped03:48
wolfczBen64 is there a way how I could keep my running mono from developper§s repository and get back the functionality of updates?03:49
opeikwolfcz, Wait so let me get this straight03:49
opeikYou messed with a live production server03:49
opeikAnd it broke03:50
Ben64maybe, but 3rd party stuff isn't supported here03:50
opeikAnd you want to fix it without stopping them03:50
opeikAre you mad?03:50
Bashing-omwolfcz: ^^ a long talk with the PPA peeps when seeing the return ' apt-cache policy libmono-cil-dev ' .03:51
Ubuntu_UserIm Trying to use WINE but It Says "BAD format" Can Anyone Help?03:51
Ben64Ubuntu_User: when does it say it, how did you install wine, what are you doing, what version of ubuntu03:52
xeno_i just got a message saying my boot partition is almost full, and I see that i have a few old initrd.img-4.2.0-16-generic files, can I safely delete these?03:52
Ben64xeno_: use the package manager to remove things, don't do it yourself03:53
xeno_how do I know what packages to remove to free up space in the boot partition?03:53
wolfczWell, someone who uses the same version of mono?03:54
Bashing-omxeno_: "safely" is with 'sudo apt-get autoremove ' .03:54
xeno_that worked, thank you03:54
Bashing-omxeno_: :)03:55
Ubuntu_UserIt Says It When I Try TO Lauch A Program With Wine, I Used Terminal To Install It, I am Trying To Launch A Steam Game, The Version Of Ubuntu Is MATE 15.10.03:56
Bashing-omxeno_: Be aware. have to catch things in time, if partition gets full, then the package manager does not have the operating head room .03:57
Ben64Ubuntu_User: how exactly did you install wine, what program, and is steam running in wine?03:57
xeno_Bashing-om: Yes, I saw the partition fill to almost 100% before dropping to 50% caught it at just the right time, thanks again04:00
Ubuntu_UserNo Steam Is Not Running In Wine. I Used My Flash drive to transfer the steam game files from my windows pc. I Did in The Terminal : "sudo apt-get wine1.604:00
Ubuntu_UserOr Some command that looks similar.04:01
Ubuntu_UserThe exact command is sudo apt-get install wine1.604:02
hehnopefor btrfs how can I create a snapshot of / without it being seen as a subvolume of / ?04:02
Ben64Ubuntu_User: you can't run a steam game without steam running04:02
reisiohehnope: /msg alis list *btrfs*04:03
Ubuntu_UserYou Can Actually locate the main game file you know.04:03
reisioyou could always not use btrfs' built in utilities, although I imagine that would be a waste04:03
reisiohehnope: I'd ask the output of /msg alis list *btrfs*04:03
jbrHi folks. I just ran yum upgrade on a server with little more than nginx. The contents of my web directory were replaced with the default. What happened, and how can I prevent it from ever happening again?04:03
Ben64Ubuntu_User: yep, but it doesn't work without steam04:04
jbrI'm asking here because it seems like more of a yum/ubuntu thing than an nginx thing04:04
hehnopeIf I do btrfs subvolume snapshot -r / /@snapshot-$(date +%s), then ls / I can see the snapshot. Basically I don't want it to appear there.04:04
reisiojbr: yum has 0 to do with Ubuntu04:04
reisiojbr: use your head04:04
Ben64jbr: you might want to check in the channel for your distro04:04
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reisiohehnope: I'd ask the output of /msg alis list *btrfs*04:05
jbrreisio: I ran the yum command on an installation of Ubuntu. It seems like it has *something* to do with it.04:05
reisiojbr: it doesn't04:05
jbrif nothing else, I assume the package came from official ubuntu repositories.04:05
reisioprobably only to unpack rpms or the like from red hat04:06
jbrat very least, help me troubleshoot that instead of insulting me.04:06
reisioI'd have to insult you first04:06
reisiojbr: what'd you run, exactly?04:06
jbrBen64: Isn't Ubuntu my distro?04:06
reisiojbr: cat /etc/*issue* /etc/*release*04:07
jbryum update; yum upgrade04:07
Ben64not if you're installing packages with yum04:07
jbrHoly crap you're right04:07
* jbr bows04:07
jbrToo many hours on CentOS04:07
jbrapt-get update; apt-get upgrade04:07
reisioany number of hours would be04:07
jbrSoon to be former client runs WHM/Cpanel server. CentOS is the most palatable option that's fully supported.04:08
reisiosounds like maybe your nginx config was replaced with the default04:08
reisiolikely all your data remains where it was04:08
jbrreisio: it was. But how/why04:08
reisiowhether you know where that is is another matter04:08
reisiogood question04:08
jbrI think I used the default webroot, so it's not in another path04:09
jbrit was there when I booted the server, then logged into shell and did the upgrade/update04:09
reisiolikely still there, then04:09
jbrer viceversa04:09
reisiomaybe it only added the default index.html04:09
reisioand that's earlier in precedence04:09
djr013on a fresh install of 15.10, aptitude isn't showing long descriptions of packages, even though using "apt-cache show" does show these, any idea how I should fix this?04:10
jbrHmm. I'm not sure if the image was hosted elsewhere. So index.html was overwritten. How do I prevent that?04:11
jbr(in the future)04:11
jbrPart of the problem, besides my distro confusion, is that I haven't touched this particular server in a year.04:11
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reisiojbr: well, it should really never happen04:12
reisiojbr: but the ultimate answer to such questions is always: keep backups04:12
jbrmeh it was a 1 page site and not mine. :)04:13
reisioI'm afraid I'm not familiar enough with Debian to give you your answer04:13
reisiosomeone else will be04:13
jbrI'm less worried about losing that page than preventing it from recurring04:13
reisiowas the page online?04:13
reisioif so, google and/or archive.org probably have a copy04:13
reisioas to recurring: see preceding about backups04:13
jbrI'm trying to migrate to nginx from apache eventually and this sort of behavior doesn't help me win favor for it.04:13
reisiojbr: it's not to do with nginx, but Debian/apt04:14
jbrnot really. It's our placeholder site in case of a fail-whale situation.04:14
jbrthe "site" was up for a month and never used.04:15
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reisioit's also possible the default path simply changed04:15
jbrprecedence: where do I alter that?04:15
reisioand you're looking at the default text at the new default path04:15
reisioin nginx's config04:15
reisiopresumably found via dpkg -L nginx | grep -i etc, though not necessarily04:16
jbrnope it didn't change. There are other files undisturbed.04:16
Guest47323hello world04:22
jbrI'm not alone. https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nginx/+bug/119407404:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1194074 in nginx (Ubuntu) "Default index.html blindly overwritten" [Medium,Triaged]04:24
jbrchanging root.04:24
mappinista /msg nickserv identify hiirc04:24
mappinistaoh jesus04:25
jbryeah that's the stuff of panic attacks.04:25
jackcomtar <— what is it?04:27
Gallomimiait stands for tape archive04:28
jackcomtape archive04:28
Gallomimiait was an archive format suitable for writing to a tape drive04:28
reisiojackcom: it's both the name of the standard Unix archive format, and the executable for creating/decompressing it04:28
jackcomok thanks Gallomimia  and reisio  :)04:29
Gallomimiait's still used today, and combined with a compression algorithm such as gzip or bzip04:29
reisioit's still the standard today04:29
manuel_ayuda con instalacion de java04:29
reisioand for that matter, tape drives are still used today04:29
Gallomimia!es | manuel_04:29
ubottumanuel_: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.04:29
reisiothey're expensive, but _if_ you can afford them, they're actually one of the more economical solutions04:29
reisiofor the kind of storage capacities you're into if you can afford them :p04:30
reisiothe format obviously works whether you're using a tape drive or not, however04:30
Gallomimiathey're typically much much larger than disks. the old ones are smaller than hd's these days, but newer ones can get big big04:30
MarkusDBXis there any way to do full machine state and disk snapshots (like suspend) on a linux machine natively. (Many suspends with history)04:36
reisioMarkusDBX: you mean for data snapshots, or for having multiple suspended states you could choose to thaw from?04:41
tony_hello everyone04:41
reisio'lo tones04:42
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MarkusDBXreisio: Yeah I mean full snapshots, ram+disk+gpu and such.04:44
MarkusDBXreisio: Is virtualization a must for that?04:44
reisioMarkusDBX: no04:45
reisioyou should be able to clone any suspend image you like04:45
reisioand restore any04:45
reisioI don't know the particulars, but it should be straightforward, probably heaps of tuts available04:45
MarkusDBXreisio: so what is the feature called? So I can google it?04:47
MarkusDBXwhat is the best google term for it =)04:47
reisioprobably: linux multiple suspend save restore04:48
MarkusDBXok I try, thanks04:48
nicuever heard of system76, is it any good?05:03
reisionicu: not really, no05:03
reisiore: good05:03
nicudell or hp looks better to me05:03
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reisiodell or hp is probably cheaper and lighter05:04
reisiowill it have gnu/linux preinstalled? Far less likely05:04
reisiois that a big deal? Not hardly ever05:04
reisiofor example05:04
reisiothe cheapest system76 laptop is $65005:04
reisiothe cheapest laptop at walmart is about $14005:05
reisiolet's call it $150 for easy maths05:05
nicuwhat is the point to advertise that it has ubuntu pre-installed?05:05
nicuif the hardware sucks?05:05
reisiothat's a $500 tax just so you can avoid the... $150 Windows fee?05:05
reisiowell what is the point if it costs 300% more05:05
reisiosome people don't think things through05:06
reisioand there is profit there :p05:06
reisionot had super great experiences with dell05:06
reisiohave with hp05:06
reisioadmittedly the dells I had bad experiences with were other people's, who used Windows05:06
reisioand Windows kills hardware05:06
LonelyDanbohow do I troubleshoot my microphone not working? I tried searching online. I tried the front and back ports. I wonder if I can use my headphones as a microphone in case my mic is broken somehow.05:08
reisioLonelyDanbo: probably need to jimmy a custom ~/.asoundrc05:08
reisioI'm afraid I hate doing that every time and never remember the best steps05:09
reisiofirst: search for your laptop model and "asoundrc" :D05:09
reisiomight get lucky05:09
LonelyDanboit's a desktop PC05:09
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: yeah if you scream into a headphone it will sometimes work as a bad microphone, you can try a few things though05:13
reisioLonelyDanbo: s/laptop/computer/05:13
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: can also try alsamixer to adjust your mic settings and make sure it isn't muted05:14
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: and arecord can be used at the command line to record from ALSA devices directly which is as low level an audio connection as you'll get I think05:14
LonelyDanbook. looks like my mic is broken then. at least my headphones plugged into the mic are making the meter go up.05:15
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: http://quicktoots.linux-audio.com/toots/quick-toot-arecord_and_rtmix-1.html05:16
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: using a regular 1/8th or 3.5mm audio jack? if so yeah I'd guess just broken mic05:16
LonelyDanbowhat the... now my mic is making the bar go up too. I coulda sworn I tried it in the back port.05:16
Gallomimiamaybe you have a mute button on the mic?05:17
LonelyDanbonope. hrm.05:17
wafflejockyah hard to say lots of things can go wrong with audio05:17
wafflejockespecially if you throw bluetooth or jackaudio stuff in the mix but even just alsa and pulseaudio things can get complicated05:17
wafflejockbest to start with alsa tools though I think if you can05:18
Gallomimiaum, isn't pulseaudio the standard for ubuntu? i'm not sure how it connects with alsa05:20
Gallomimiabut that's involved too right?05:20
wafflejockno alsa sits under pulsaudio both of them are running05:22
wafflejockthere's just some extra utils for accesing and messing with alsa in alsa-utils package I think05:22
wafflejock!info alsa-utils05:23
ubottualsa-utils (source: alsa-utils): Utilities for configuring and using ALSA. In component main, is optional. Version 1.0.29-0ubuntu1 (wily), package size 923 kB, installed size 2128 kB (Only available for linux-any)05:23
LonelyDanboI don't even remember if I have ALSA05:23
wafflejockit should be there running just, sudo apt-get install alsa-utils, then run alsamixer the link I pasted above has some sample arecord and aplay commands05:24
LonelyDanboyeah just... I seem to recall that one of the two messes my audio up when I install it.05:24
wafflejockLonelyDanbo: no that's Jack audio you're thinking of probably05:24
wafflejockJack and Pulse don't regularly play nice together unless you install another module to bridge between em05:24
LonelyDanbono. ALSA or pulse, one of the two.05:24
wafflejockso far as I know alsa itself is already installed and runs as the low level layer connecting to the hardware and pulse connects to alsa but I could be totally wrong05:25
wafflejockeither way the utils don't cause any issues on my system05:25
LonelyDanboyeah but your system isn't my system.05:26
wafflejockI did have issues when configuring Jack and running Pulse at the same time so I could do some midi stuff but in recent times haven't seen any issues with alsa and pulse05:26
wafflejockit uses both05:26
wafflejockso you should be all good to test it out with the alsa utilities if that doesn't work then it's not likely anything else will in my experience, usually if things are working in alsa then they work fine in pulseaudio (again for the most part there are definitely edge cases)05:29
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prelovedgoodI'm running Ubuntu 12.04 on an X60 tablet and experience automatic logouts whenever the mouse is in the bottom left corner when the screen is swiveled. Dmesg doesn't have any useful information, is there another way to find out what is causing this?05:38
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: can you try a tail -f /var/log/syslog and do the mouse thing05:40
prelovedgoodtrying now, sorry in advance if this disconnects05:40
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lotuspsychjeGuest21545: can we help you?05:42
Guest21545thank you05:42
prelovedgoodback, captured event log at time of undesired logout http://pastebin.ca/3380556.05:47
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: did you try 14.04 ?05:49
prelovedgoodnot yet, (was going to resort to that as the fallback option), looks like an acpid or xorg event is triggered05:50
prelovedgoodmaybe it is solved in an upstream kernel or xorg05:50
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: any reason you choosing 12.04 for your tablet? i think 14.04 might have better touch support05:51
prelovedgoodI will upgrade soon, lotuspsychje!05:51
prelovedgoodswiveling now with acpid disabled05:51
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: fresh install instead mate, might do some good to your device05:52
squarelockerGreetings. I just spent the entire day trying to setup my ubuntu VM in windows azure so I can reliably use RDP (remote desktop), but it kept disconnecting at random times. My question, would be...does anyone use RDP successfully or is vncserver running on the VM a better option?05:53
lotuspsychjesquarelocker: be carefull with rdp and vnc for security reasons05:54
lotuspsychjesquarelocker: can you get your work done is ssh?05:55
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: could also be user related, try creating another user and test from there?05:55
squarelockerlotuspsychje: I'm now using SSH to create a tunnel, vncserver is running on my ubuntu VM and I'm running vncviewer on my windows machine. My connection is very reliable, just checking with the experts (all of you) to see if that is the common practice.05:55
prelovedgooddisabling acpid works05:56
lotuspsychjesquarelocker: maybe the ##networking guys can assist better in your layout, but again try to avoid vnc/vncviewer etc, youl get hammered 24/705:56
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: nice one!05:57
prelovedgoodlotuspsychje: thank you, does acpid do anything useful?05:57
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: hibernation and stuff,05:57
squarelockerlotuspsychje: I will check with those guys. My 5901 port is not even exposed, I have to explicitly open it when running Azure VMs. I do feel that I'm somewhat in a safe place. I appreciate your feedback.05:58
lotuspsychjeprelovedgood: i would try 14.04.4 fresh on your device, you might have better total experience05:58
lotuspsychjesquarelocker: ok mate, not sure there's a specific ubuntu/azure channel05:59
littlebearsquarelocker, for remote desktop are u using xrdp?05:59
squarelockerlittlebear: yes, but the connection was not reliable at all when using windows RDP (the built-in one). Running application would disconnect me, and sometimes it would close down after connecting...very weird behaviour.06:01
littlebearsquarelocker, odd, i only experienced that with the bundled xrdp, i had to compile it myself for the most upgraded, it's in github06:02
squarelockerlittlebear: that is good to know. I will have to give that a shot. Thanks.06:03
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PersistantWhat's up errrebody06:04
lotuspsychjePersistant: welcome, how can we help you?06:05
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Persistantlotuspsychje, Just did a fresh install.06:08
lotuspsychjePersistant: great, welcome to the community06:08
lotuspsychjePersistant: if you need any handy packages, just ask06:09
Persistantlotuspsychje, I have a system 76 galago ultra with an M SSD and a 1 TB HDD06:09
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PersistantOh, I'm looking to get a job in IT security, I'm not a total noob.06:09
lotuspsychjePersistant: system76 has ubuntu by default, why did you reinstall?06:09
PersistantI broke the golden rule06:10
Persistantlotuspsychje, never sudo what you do not understand06:10
Persistantlotuspsychje, I also got this amazing book with an install disk in it unlike any I've seen.06:10
lotuspsychjePersistant: lets keep the channel free for ubuntu support06:11
PersistantIt's a massive book. Official Ubuntu I believe. When I tried it on my desktop without installing it looked amazing, different than normal, so I thought I'd install it on my system 76.06:11
Persistantlotuspsychje, Apologies, I am new to IRC.06:12
lotuspsychje!discuss | Persistant06:12
ubottuPersistant: Want to talk about Ubuntu but don't have a support question. Join #ubuntu-discuss, for other non-support discussion not Ubuntu related you can also join #ubuntu-offtopic. Thank you.06:12
PersistantProblem is, does not see my sound driver.06:12
PersistantOh, ok thanks.06:12
lotuspsychjePersistant: wich ubuntu version did you install?06:12
lotuspsychjePersistant: update to 14.04.4 latest please06:12
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PersistantSorry, I have 14.0406:13
lotuspsychjePersistant: did it came with 15.10 by defaault on system76?06:13
PersistantI just checked about computer06:13
lotuspsychjePersistant: lsb_release -a06:13
Persistantno, it came with the first 14 rollout06:13
lotuspsychjePersistant: i dont understand mate, why did you reinstall fresh?06:14
Persistantlotuspsychje, I had messed something up over using sudo06:14
lotuspsychjeah kk06:15
Persistantlotuspsychje, lol, I know, total idiot.06:15
lotuspsychjePersistant: what does lsb_release -a show you?06:16
PersistantNo LSB modules are available.06:16
PersistantDistributor ID:Ubuntu06:16
PersistantDescription:Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS06:16
lotuspsychjePersistant: check your syslog or dmesg for the sound errors06:17
lotuspsychje!sound | Persistant06:17
PersistantI tried that too actually06:17
ubottuPersistant: If you're having problems with sound, click the Volume applet, then Sound Preferences, and check your Volume, Hardware, Input, and Output settings.  If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/DmixPlugin - For playing audio files,  see !players and !mp3.06:17
PersistantI'm not a total beginner and not an expert.06:17
Persistantlotuspsychje, got it06:18
lotuspsychjePersistant: we dont judge here novice or expert, just focus on the issue06:18
Persistantlotuspsychje, alsa was disabled06:18
lotuspsychje!yay | Persistant06:18
ubottuPersistant: Glad you made it! :-)06:18
Persistantlotuspsychje, I forced rebooted it and it picked up my mic.06:18
Persistantlotuspsychje, Thanks for the help. What's the chat forum?06:19
lotuspsychje!ot | Persistant06:19
ubottuPersistant: #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!06:19
Persistantlotuspsychje, No, thank you.06:19
_SLM_Hi - update manager notified me of a bunch of new updates and as per routine I just approved them all. Anyway, it said "not enough free disk space" on /boot. My HDD has 55GB free diskspace, wtf?06:21
lotuspsychje_SLM_: try cleaning out with bleachbit06:22
_SLM_Okay, thanks lotuspsychje06:23
_SLM_Weird that Ubuntu can't handle this automatically06:23
_SLM_But OK06:23
lotuspsychje_SLM_: the user is responsible for cleaning/optimizing own system not ubuntu06:24
_SLM_I don't make my system dirty? Why would I have to clean it?06:24
lotuspsychje_SLM_: daily use makes a system fuller06:25
_SLM_Heh, I thought that was a Windows-thing :P06:26
_SLM_I suppose it makes sense, many moving parts06:27
lotuspsychje_SLM_: a system needs a carefull owner to keep it maintained :p06:27
_SLM_I'm not careful? :P06:29
lotuspsychje_SLM_: your /boot is full and need attention from you :p06:29
_SLM_Alright, learned something new. /boot needs maintenance :)06:30
lotuspsychje_SLM_: the whole system aswell06:31
_SLM_What else do I need to do?06:31
_SLM_Is defragging also required on Linux?06:32
Jordan_U_SLM_: /boot/ only needsaintainance if you have a separate /boot/ partition. Why did you create a separate /boot partition rather than have it be part of /?06:32
_SLM_I didn't06:32
_SLM_Is this not default?06:33
lotuspsychje_SLM_: no doesnt need, is it hd mechanical or ssd?06:33
_SLM_hdd, not ssd06:33
Jordan_U_SLM_: Someone did. It's not default. Did you perhaps choose LVM or full disk encryption during installation?06:33
_SLM_I choose no full disk encryption, that's the only thing afaik that I didn't default06:34
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_SLM_dunno what LVM is06:34
_SLM_Linux Virtual Machine? Just guessing..06:34
lotuspsychje_SLM_: whats your ubuntu version?06:35
lotuspsychje_SLM_: clean or upgraded a lot in the past?06:35
Jordan_U_SLM_: Please pastebin the output of "mount" and the contents of /etc/fstab.06:35
_SLM_No upgrades, no real cleaning either06:35
lotuspsychje_SLM_: i meant clean install sorry06:36
_SLM_clean install06:37
_SLM_moved from windows to ubuntu 6 months ago or so06:37
_SLM_daily use since06:37
lotuspsychje_SLM_: ok try what Jordan_U suggested06:37
_SLM_./etc/fstab doesnt exist06:38
ouroumov__nc termbin.com 9999 < /etc/fstab06:38
ouroumov__No dot06:38
_SLM_I added dot for IRC06:38
_SLM_cant start since with /06:38
ouroumov__No fstab, that's weird06:39
_SLM_bash: cd: /etc/fstab: Is geen map06:39
_SLM_Is geen map = Is no directory06:40
ouroumov__It's a file _SLM_06:40
lotuspsychjehmm /dev/mapper is encryption right Jordan_U ?06:42
_SLM_termbin = fstab06:43
_SLM_pastebin = mount06:43
hateballit can be lvm, that's even suggested default is it not06:43
hateballanyhow, boot is on its own partition by the looks of it06:43
lotuspsychje_SLM_: i would try bleachbit as root, and clean out system..see what it does06:44
_SLM_okay, will do06:44
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linuxlovehello every body06:45
vincent42hi all, there used to be a "file size view" in konqueror that would display a chart of space used by files06:45
vincent42is that not installed by default ? if not what packages has it ?06:46
linuxlovei need to download android studio i live at Iran i cant download it what should i do?06:46
vincent42linuxlove: google is blocked in Iran ?06:46
linuxlovevincent42, yes06:46
linuxlovevincent42, what should i do?06:46
vincent42you could use a vpn06:47
vincent42or find some mirror that is accessible in Iran06:47
linuxlovevincent42, i dunno any mirror06:47
linuxlovevincent42, just http://mirror.sito.ir/Oracle%20Database06:48
linuxlovebut i get 404 not found06:48
Jordan_U_SLM_: You're using LVM: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lvm . It's definitely not default so if you didn't know you enabled it then you should probably pay better attention when installing.06:48
vincent42linuxlove: your best bet is to use a vpn I guess06:49
linuxlovevincent42, Forbidden06:49
linuxloveYou don't have permission to access /Oracle Database on this server.06:49
_SLM_Joran_U I see..06:49
linuxlovevincent42, i never used from vpn06:50
linuxlovevincent42, how can use a proxy for that06:50
hateballJordan_U: I actually do think it is default, "use full disk with LVM"06:50
* hateball boots an installer to see06:50
hateball_SLM_: you can just manually delete old kernels to free up enough space to let apt-get autoremove run successfully. There are also various scripts that can remove all but the currently used kernel etc06:51
linuxlovevincent42, could you put this link in another place for me or in dropbox please?06:52
_SLM_Currently bleachbit is running, hateball. Does that remove old kernels?06:52
hateball_SLM_: No idea, I've not used it06:53
hateball_SLM_: But I am assuming since lotuspsychje suggested it, it will06:53
_SLM_It's taking quite long, looks like it was really necessary06:54
hateball_SLM_: afaik it is some software that cleans browser cache etc, which consists of many small files and that takes a good while as well06:54
hateballSurely it has some way of telling you what it actually does?06:55
_SLM_Yeah, it's logging output lots of small files being wiped06:55
_SLM_Not one big one taking long, just lots of small06:55
_SLM_Anyway, it'll take a while. I assume it will work when it's done. Thanks for helping lotuspsychje, Jordan_U, ouroumov__ and hateball07:04
pragomer_1is it possible to setup a pxe-server on ubuntu without using that server as dhcp-server? (because I want my "consumer-router" to be dhcp)07:07
hateballpragomer_1: as long as your router can tell your dhcp clients where the pxe server is07:09
hateballpragomer_1: that is, be able to supply option 66 and 67. something I doubt the original firmware does07:11
pragomer_1I successfully used a kind of pxe boot using a grml.org iso in virtualbox.. activated "grml-terminalserver" and I could boot from pxe from any computer in the lan.. so I think the router is able to do that?07:12
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jackcomwhat is nmtui?07:43
pragomer_1how can I realize a pxe-multiboot-server (e.g. for serveral distributions, windows 7 setup iso, etc)  with ubuntu-server? Installed tftpd-hpa but dont know how to continue07:43
dimbasshi all07:45
linuxlovecan someone put this link for me in dropbox please07:55
boxlinuxlove why?07:56
linuxlovebox, my country is blocked07:57
popeyThat's offtopic for #ubuntu07:57
popeywe're not a file distribution or content control avoidance channel.07:58
Gamahpopey: <307:58
linuxlovepopey, i know07:58
popeylinuxlove: so maybe take it to #ubuntu-offtopic, thanks07:59
GamahWhen exactly is 16.04 out?07:59
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GamahIs there not a specific day?08:00
popeyGamah: yes08:01
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GamahFair enough08:01
popeyGamah: typically around the 23rd or so of april08:01
nicu`do you feel like me that android08:02
popeyGamah: 21st this08:02
nicu`isn't all that linux-like08:02
nicu`and ubuntu touch08:02
nicu`is way more linux?08:02
popeynicu`: offtopic08:02
popeythis is a support channel, not a general discussion one.08:02
nicu`a ok08:02
GamahCan I go from 14.04 straight to 16.04? Binary answer is enough.08:03
somsipGamah: 108:03
popeyGamah: kinda08:03
popeyGamah: we enable that after the point release, so when 16.04.1 ships08:03
popeyGamah: but you can force it yourself, and that typically should work fine.08:03
GamahSweet... Mental note set, thanks!08:03
somsipGamah: many prefer to reinstall a new LTS. I went from 12.04 to 14.04 fine, so you dont *have* to08:04
Gamahsomsip: if upgrading over SSH fails me I'll probably reinstall next time I'm physically close to the machine :)08:06
somsipGamah: fair enough08:07
popeyGamah: I'd give it a week or so after release, so everyone else finds the upgrade issues before you have to hit them :)08:07
GamahWith my history I'll remember when 16.10 drops08:08
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mahdihi all08:23
mahdii use dd to clone my two hard driver08:24
bq_how to turn on sshd on vm?08:24
mahdiand now i want do it again there is any way to dd copy only difference between two hard disk ?08:24
hateballmahdi: well if it's cloned, you could mount the filesystems and use rsync instead08:26
mahdihateball, and how i can use rsync in whole of hard disk08:27
hateballmahdi: You wouldnt rsync the disk, you would rsync files on the partitions08:28
mahdiHalfEatenPie, i install new package after last cloning and i want see all change in first hard in second hard08:29
mahdihateball, i install new package after last cloning and i want see all change in first hard in second hard08:31
djr013mahdi: if you only care about general changes, not low-level filesystem things, you might try Meld to compare the two08:34
gshmuwhy see the pid and jobs id when I run command `command  > /dev/null &` ...  why the pid not > /dev/null08:44
nbusroneAny option I can clone a Windows 7 OS Ntfs and mount it and extract files ? using clonezilla as cloning ?08:51
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ren0v0hey, i have an application that won't expand when i click it in unity bar, it runs fine but when i click another window i can't bring it back to the front, any ideas ?08:55
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auronandaceren0v0: alt+tab?09:00
miedziakI want to give a windows user gui remote user login to  my ubuntu machine, can you recomend appropriate software?.09:02
samaraahi r rios09:04
samaraathe whole amazon lenz scandal09:06
samaraadoes anyone have ethical issues over this09:06
samaraaas i do?09:06
Fudgewe disable that in our images09:07
samaraabut why should it be 'opt out' ?09:08
samaraatake your time fudge09:09
JonnyKis there a way to make a new ubuntu USB Stick09:09
JonnyKcrypt on boot09:09
JonnyKwith veracrypt or something09:09
Fudgesamaraa:  not all canonical decisions are supported by the community09:13
timetocode(linux newbie here) what is a way of configuring permissions for a /www/ folder such that nginx/apache can do what they must, but that I can have a user that can alter/upload files via ftp?09:14
hateballtimetocode: Make a group owner of the directory. Make the apache user and the regular user members of that group.09:16
timetocodehateball, is www-data a group or a user?09:17
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hateballtimetocode: It could be anything, where are you reading this?09:18
timetocodehateball, o09:18
hateballtimetocode: permissions are set as owner:group09:18
timetocodehateball, i've recently installed ubuntu and ngix, and my www folder has www-data:www-data09:18
hateballtimetocode: yes commonly a user also has a group with the same name09:19
hateballtimetocode: anyhow, you could make another user member of the www-data group. or create a brand new group that has permissions on the desired folder09:19
timetocodeif i wanted my user to write, but didnt want www-data to write ( i think www-data is what nginx uses..? ) could i make my user the owner, and then still ahve the group like  myuser:www-data09:19
hateballtimetocode: yes, if you set the permissions that way09:20
hateballso it's rwxr--r-- or whatever you like09:20
timetocodehateball, okay that makes sense to me, ty09:20
ubottuAn explanation of what file permissions are and how they can be manipulated can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions09:21
EriC^^^ use x too09:21
timetocodeit is going to be drwxr-xr-x myuser:www-data when done, i think09:21
k-joseph_cool, bash scripting is cool and quiclk; i want to extract "20160222" out of "/home/root/emtReport_20160222.pdf", any simplest way to do this, kind stuck abit09:25
eahmedshendyDo you recommend a video recording software another than recordmydesktop?09:25
lotuspsychjeeahmedshendy: kazam09:26
lotuspsychje!info kazam | eahmedshendy09:26
ubottueahmedshendy: kazam (source: kazam): screencast and screenshot application created with design in mind. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.4.5-2 (wily), package size 732 kB, installed size 1693 kB09:26
eahmedshendylotuspsychje: Thank you :)09:34
bibi23For a script in my $PATH, is there a way to forward its execution to the next match for some cases?09:44
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k-josephWhat's the easiest way to extract "20160222" out of "/home/root/emtReport_20120222.pdf" in bash script?09:51
hateballk-joseph: what do you mean by "extract" ?09:54
hateballk-joseph: do you want to rename the file? or use the numbers for something else?09:54
Sverdarmmh maybe grep [0-9]09:55
mgork-joseph, echo "/home/root/emtReport_20120222.pdf" | sed -r 's/.*([0-9]{8}).*/\1/'09:55
Sverdaryeah that lol09:56
mgorvery greedy though09:56
hateballThings can get overly complex unless we know the end goal :)09:56
Ben64echo "/home/root/emtReport_20120222.pdf" | grep -o [0-9].*[0-9]09:56
timetocodei'm making an upstart script to daemonize a node app, the key line is 'exec sudo -u myuser npm start' -- when i do this, there is somwthing wrong with the permissions, but i can run npm start as myuser when outside of the script, what am i doing wrong?10:00
k-josephmgor that path keeps changing which means that index is not the best way out10:00
reisioegrep -io '[0-9]+'10:00
reisiokeeps changing?10:01
reisiowhat hateball said10:01
k-josephresio it's not always the same10:01
reisiok-joseph: what hateball said10:02
hateballk-joseph: You still havent told us what you are looking to do10:02
alain_Hi there. I need help with my laptop. I can't controle volume up/down/mute when I am in a game in fullsceen10:02
hateballk-joseph: What is the end goal?10:02
reisioalain_: why not?10:02
k-josephI want to assign part of that path date like to a variable10:03
reisiohow're you getting the filename10:03
reisioprobably mgor's first one was fine10:04
reisioreplace the echo value with whatever your filename source is10:04
k-josephI find it by name,  so I have several files with almost the same name but varying dates10:05
hateballk-joseph: Will there only be one... oh you said it10:05
MikazeAnyone have an opinion on how far Ubuntu has come in the area of accessibility for the blind?  Noticed you've come far enough to distribute documentation in portable EPUB format already.)10:05
alain_reisio, I have no idea, keys just don't do anything10:05
reisioalain_: what make/model?10:06
reisioMikaze: there are a few distros specifically catering to the blind10:06
reisioI doubt Ubuntu would compare favorably10:06
reisionot that it couldn't, with a great deal of reconfiguration10:07
alain_reisio, HP, model 17-P128NF10:07
k-josephhateball there many files of a similar folder path but varying file name which differ by the date I want to extra out of such a path10:07
reisiok-joseph: and then what will you do10:07
eugenio_hi all, I would like to enable the extension .phtml in apache2, but not by using the common php5 module, I need to use php-fpm. FastCGI seems to be configured well, but I don't know where I need to set up AddType application/x-httpd-php .phtml ?10:08
MikazeNot like the others don't require the same configuration.  I have yet to get yasr running in <gasp!> Debian, and I've been running it for  a decade now.10:08
reisioMikaze: no there are actually distros _specifically_ for the blind, preconfigured10:09
reisioagain, not that you can't reconfigure any one distro to be like another, it's just about upfront work10:09
reisiobut given the specificity, it'd be a fair amount of it10:09
k-josephresio read it's content which is not a problem to me10:09
MikazePlease just tell me one thing.  Is there a "nfbtrans" package in Ubuntu?10:09
reisioMikaze: screenreading is rather the wrong approach, IMO10:09
reisiowhat you want is text renderers in the first place10:10
reisioand something like emacspeak10:10
MikazeThat's what I've been telling the Gnome-Orca guys from day 1.10:10
hateballk-joseph: like... if you are in the folder with the file(s) in question, this will strip out only the numbers from it10:12
hateballk-joseph: for i in $(ls |grep [0-9]|sed 's/[a-Z|._]//'g); do echo $i; done10:12
timetocodei can normally hit ctrl-x to close out of a running node process.. but i ran one with an extra layer to it, by typing 'exec sudo -u myuser /usr/bin/npm start' (which starts a node process) and now my console is just the log of the process.. how can i quit this?10:12
hateballk-joseph: you may need to add other characters to the sed part if you want to remove those... and instead of echo, run whatever you need10:12
reisioMikaze: nfbtrans looks like a single C file, you could just cc build it10:13
reisiohi crest10:14
MikazeTried.  Too many missing libs in my distro.  Only one I've seen with it is Gentoo, and I'n still not ready to run around recompiling everything.  I wanna use the system, not continuously work on it. <grins>10:14
crestcore_Is there is a core ubuntu of small size10:14
crestcore_without gui10:14
MikazeAlright reisio.  Thanks.  Nice chatting with you.10:15
* Mikaze waves...10:15
reisioMikaze: should be a brief compile10:15
crestcore_hi reisio10:15
crestcore_Is there is a core ubuntu of small size10:15
reisio^ crestcore_ is what it's called (minimalcd image)10:17
crestcore_can you send me the link to download10:18
Ben64crestcore_: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD (top result from googling 'ubuntu minimal')10:19
crestcore_what is size occupied after installation?10:20
Ben64depends on what you choose10:20
crestcore_can i install java, tomcat and mysql on it?10:21
reisionp dood10:22
reisioyou might consider not java, nginx, and mariadb/postgresql instead :)10:22
JayJayNoob here- You can get a used server of ebay (Xeons, 32gb ram, etc) for a low price. Could you get an old server and install linux on it?10:23
reisioJayJay: yup10:24
inmoubountiam korean10:24
reisioinmoubount: nice10:24
reisioI'm swiss/german/english/something10:24
inmoubountwhat your name10:24
reisiomy name is Alfonso Preguntas Supradupra10:25
JayJayreisio: how hard would it be?10:25
reisioJayJay: zero hard10:25
inmoubountwhat are u frome10:25
reisioJayJay: servers are simpler hardware, they're more likely to have been tested against Unix systems, they're made up of hardware that power user developers prefer10:25
JayJayreisio: Thanks, Thats good to know. Why dont people use old servers then? Is it because there noisy?10:25
reisioand, realistically, GNU/Linux installs to just about anything anyway10:26
reisioJayJay: for what, desktops?10:26
reisiothey're an odd shape, and they're /a lot more/ than what most people need10:26
JayJayreisia: yeah10:26
reisioalso, most people don't even know what a server is10:26
reisioor a 1U10:26
reisioor a blade10:26
reisioor an OS10:26
reisiomost people are very ignorant of computery things, probably 'cause it's all so superfluous10:26
reisioJayJay: also: r-e-i-TAB10:26
reisioinmoubount: Florida, Norte America10:27
reisioyes, I know10:27
BlackVenomMorning folks10:27
reisiomornin, BV10:27
inmoubountim korean10:27
inmoubountmy name is inmo10:27
reisiocool name10:27
BlackVenomIf I insert a USB device, does Ubuntu automatically install the drivers for it if available10:27
reisioBlackVenom: no, it already did that during installation10:28
JayJayThanks for all your help guys. I appreciate it :)10:28
reisioit'll already work when you insert it10:28
inmoubountinsert i?10:28
BlackVenomright super :-)10:28
reisioBlackVenom: if you're talking about a storage device, anyway10:28
BlackVenomOh no. It's a DVB-T2 receiver10:29
reisiousb storage is pretty generic, there are only like 3 drivers, I'm sure Ubuntu has them all enabled10:29
reisioBlackVenom: ah, pardon me10:29
reisioBlackVenom: let's check10:29
inmoubount할줄 아세요10:29
lotuspsychje!kor | inmoubount10:29
reisioBlackVenom: which one?10:29
lotuspsychjeanyone knows the korean trigger?10:30
reisioyou said you're korean, and yet your words come out left-to-right! :p10:30
reisiolotuspsychje: /msg alis list *ubunt*kr ?10:30
BlackVenomOne moment10:30
reisio/msg alis list *ubunt*ko10:30
lotuspsychje!korea | inmoubount10:30
ubottuinmoubount: 도움이 필요하시면 다음 채널에 조인하십시오. /join #ubuntu-ko10:30
lotuspsychjegot it10:30
reisiothat's the silly way to go about it10:30
BlackVenomreisio, its a august dvb-t21010:31
inmoubount영어 도 어려워10:31
inmoubountcome on10:31
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BlackVenomStrange. got disconnected then10:33
BlackVenomreisio, it's also know as MyGica T230 or Geniatech T230 I believe10:33
reisioBlackVenom: you might need to sudo modprobe dvb-usb-dw2102 or similar10:33
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reisioBlackVenom: you might need to sudo modprobe dvb-usb-dw2102 or similar10:36
BlackVenomKeep getting 'socket closed by remote peer'10:37
crestcore_hi reisio10:37
BlackVenomThanks reisio, what does that do10:37
crestcore_do you have installation instructions of minimalcd?10:37
reisioBlackVenom: the driver is inside Linux (the kernel) by default, but you might have to load it explicitly: as a module the process is: sudo modprobe dvb-usb-dw210210:38
reisiocrestcore_: it's automated10:38
crestcore_okay i burned the iso image on usb and booted but it says no OS found10:39
reisioBlackVenom: you might want to update your IRC client, or replace it with something else10:39
crestcore_reisio :  okay i burned the iso image on usb and booted but it says no OS found [16:09] == OOPManZA [~OOPMan@] has quit [Ping timeout: 240 seconds]10:40
crestcore_reisio :  okay i burned the iso image on usb and booted but it says no OS found10:41
reisioBlackVenom: https://dl.hexchat.net/hexchat/osx/HexChat-2.10.2.app.zip10:41
reisiocrestcore_: burned?10:41
reisioone does not burn an image to usb10:42
radxxxHello Iv e got a dual boot question10:42
reisioprove it10:43
reisio...or don't10:44
radxxxdualboot on windows 10 desktop. Imma gonna install 2nd drive for Ubuntu. However I would like the win10 drive to be untouched10:44
radxxxno change in boot manager10:44
reisioradxxx: reorder the drives so Ubuntu is first10:44
reisiothat will be simplest10:44
radxxxwont grub write anything onto the win10 drive?10:45
reisioit'll write to the first drive10:45
reisiothat's what makes reordering simpler10:45
reisiothat's why reordering is simplest*10:45
radxxxcool :) ty10:45
reisioyou can also explicitly tell it where to write, but it's simplest to reorder, for a variety of reasons10:45
radxxxwill it also work if I unplug the win10 drive when installing buntu?10:46
reisioyes indeed10:46
reisiothough you'll need to...10:46
reisioupdate-grub after you re-plug the windows drive10:46
radxxxyepyep read that somewhere. wont be a problem10:46
radxxxthank you again10:46
reisiounplugging it will at least protect you from accidentally deleting it/repartitioning/etc. :p10:46
radxxxlol my thoughts exactly10:47
reisionot the worst idea ever :p10:47
crestcorecan you please suggest a very small foot print linux where we can Run Java application, with spring, hibernate and tomcat, web services10:52
PointblankHello I have coliding repositories ... need quick solution - removal of Mono versions which made mess, my apt is broken - updates do not work, servers are down. I think I need reinstall mono, eventualy downgrade it. Linux is not my best friend, pls help10:52
Ben64crestcore: you should ask in ##linux ... this channel is for ubuntu support only10:52
lotuspsychjePointblank: did you add external ppa's?10:53
k1l_crestcore: Lubuntu is the most lightweight ubuntu version. or the server install, that comes wihtoiut a desktop10:55
Pointblanklotuspsychje I added repositories from official developper. They were highly recommended for running my apps. It was all ok until update. I can remove all and start again but the time matters to me10:55
lotuspsychje!ppapurge | Pointblank maybe start here?10:56
ubottuPointblank maybe start here?: To disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html10:56
Pointblankubottu I can disable the repositories from graphic environment still ... not sure which ones to keep and which ones to leave10:56
ubottuPointblank: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)10:57
hexhaxtronI'm trying to install all packages of Kali using Katoolin but I'm getting this: http://sprunge.us/RHHf10:57
hexhaxtronWhat should I do?10:57
lotuspsychje!sources | Pointblank10:58
ubottuPointblank: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.10:58
Ben64hexhaxtron: kali isn't supported here, nor is adding 3rd party repositories10:58
hexhaxtronBen64: how can I see all packages available of a specific source?10:58
Ben64you can do that in synaptic10:58
Pointblanksudo !sources10:58
Pointblankbash: !sources: event not found10:58
lotuspsychjehexhaxtron: install pentesting packages available on the official ubuntu repos instead10:58
spliffyNwS: maybe you don't need to remove anything. Ext filesystems by default reserve some space11:05
mss_cyclisthi. i try to recover a possible corrupted sd card.11:22
mss_cyclistwhen i put into the card reader it appears for 2 seconds when i issue watch -n0 lsscsi11:23
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: install testdisk11:23
mss_cyclistthen it disappears11:23
mss_cyclistso i have no entry in /dev11:23
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: hmm can you pastebin us the tail -f /var/log/syslog and plug in your card?11:23
Kartagiscan I upgrade from i686 to x86_64?11:27
k1l_Kartagis: no. only by new install11:27
mss_cyclistlotuspsychje: http://pastebin.com/fMrUMj6B11:28
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: yeah device disconnects: ubuntu kernel: [4929334.136708] usb 2-1.1: USB disconnect, device number 5011:30
mss_cyclisti guess this is because the sdcard is possible corrupted11:30
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: this is an sd slot in the laptop you connect it?11:31
mss_cyclistyes, it is. another sd card is recognized perfectly fine11:32
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: ok can you try if gparted can still see the card?11:32
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: gksu gparted and right ontop above see if the card lists11:32
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: wich ubuntu version is this?11:34
mss_cyclisti already tried gparted. it does not show11:35
mss_cyclistit is ubuntu 14.04 lts11:35
mss_cyclisti could see the card for a fraction of time when i issued following command:11:37
mss_cyclistwatch -n 0 lsscsi11:37
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: can you see if you got these installed? sudo apt-get install mtp-tools mtpfs11:37
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mss_cyclistboth are installed11:37
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: tought so11:38
mss_cyclistdo i need to uninstall them?11:38
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: no its fine11:39
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: did you test the card in another pc?11:40
mss_cyclistit was from a mobile and ejected without unmounting11:40
mss_cyclistit is not recognized in the mobile or under windows11:40
mss_cyclistmy hope was to recover the card under linux11:40
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: can you see any marks of damage on the card itself?11:41
Ben64what brand sd card11:42
mss_cyclistthe card looks mechanically fine11:42
mss_cyclistit is samsung 8gb micro sd hc11:43
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: can you turn it over to the back, and make sure there's no thin crack on the back?11:43
Ben64micro sd cards are pretty fragile11:43
lotuspsychjeive seen a lot of new samsung cards cracked in the new case11:43
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: also if gparted cant recognize, i dont think we need to test recovering data with testdisk neither...11:44
mss_cyclistif i have a look at it, it might have a tiny damage11:45
BlackVenomHey folks11:45
mss_cyclistno software will be able to recover until it is not created in /dev11:45
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: like Ben64 says, its really fragile11:46
BlackVenomI was speaking to someone before about installing drives for a USB TV Tuner card11:46
BlackVenomBut I think I installed the wrong drivers11:46
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: i presuse you had wanted data on it still?11:46
BlackVenomAnyone know how to install drivers hee?11:46
mss_cyclistyes, i was asked to recover some photos11:46
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: i think the card is rip11:46
mss_cyclisti am afraid it is...11:47
lotuspsychjemss_cyclist: and i think glue wont fix neither as maybe the internal parts might be damaged11:47
Ben64could send it into a professional repair place, pay hundreds at least and maybe get nothing11:48
upbetafresh install ubuntu15.10 on my new Dell XPS15 shows only this option http://imgur.com/sUp99FU11:49
upbetaI followed this thread to setup the machine http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2301071&p=13382949#post1338294911:49
lotuspsychjeupbeta: regular ubuntu desktop install?11:50
upbetabut its on a laptop (Dell XPS15 9550)11:50
mss_cyclistthanks for the efford11:50
lotuspsychjeupbeta: what Os came by the machine?11:50
upbetawin10 and its fully wiped out11:51
Ben64upbeta: looks like a problem with unity/3d/drivers11:51
lotuspsychjeupbeta: did you had system error on unity after login?11:51
upbetanope.. I even tried running recovery mode.. but still getting the same thing..11:52
lotuspsychjeupbeta: tell us what kind of graphics card you got?11:52
upbetaI got nvidia on this11:52
upbetasame as describe on the thread.. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2301071&p=13382949#post1338294911:52
jackneillwhere can i download /preview th apps in that article?11:52
lotuspsychjeupbeta: optimus card huh?11:54
lotuspsychje!touch | jackneill11:56
ubottujackneill: Information about the Ubuntu Touch platform for Phone and Tablet is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch . Support and discussion in #ubuntu-touch11:56
k1l_jackneill: "11:56
k1l_Designing for convergence Jouni's photo Jouni Helminen Posted on 24th February 2016Filed under: Design Development11:56
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upbetalotuspsychje: yes.. actually, I did got the install right on the 1st time I installed ubuntu15.10 on this machine.. issue was.. it no longer boots up by the time change the "Appearance" and along with the change of Appearance, I upgraded the kernel to 4.3 which is why I am not sure why it's no longer booting.. so I ended up re-installing the OS11:56
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lotuspsychjeupbeta: i would test a lower nvidia version + nvidia-prime11:57
lotuspsychjeupbeta: another thing you can try is a daly 16.04 on that machine, see what it does there11:57
upbetaok.. let me try that11:57
k1l_Like many apps, Dekko uses a list view to represent the primary level, and a detail view to show the secondary level. Where there’s room, these views can be displayed side by side, but on small screen screens or very shrunk windows, a PageStack showing only the list becomes the primary screen. On larger screens or expanded windows, the page stack automatically progresses into the familiar two-panel configuration. This adaptive layout is common o11:57
k1l_n responsive websites, and our SDK team have built a component in the UI toolkit that does most of the hard work for you – AdaptivePageLayout.11:57
k1l_The list item, which lives in the list component, is another example of ready made component that helps developers write convergent apps with less effort. The new ListItem in our toolkit has useful, well designed default layouts baked in when using ListItemLayout. It is also optimised for both touch and pointer interaction – via ListItemActions. A common pattern of interacting with list items on touch devices is to drag them left or right revealing11:57
k1l_a contextual menu containing key actions such as delete. When using a pointer, however, you would typically right click and use the contextual menu to reveal the same menu. Our UI Toolkit supports both types of input at all times, so you could drag the item left or right using a mobile or touch-enabled monitor, or right click using a mouse. We believe users should be free to mix how they interact with our components using whatever means is at their disposal11:58
k1l_and to their liking.11:58
k1l_This behaviour is already baked into our ListItem component, so users will have a consistent experience when using apps, and developers will save time not having to roll their own solutions.11:58
k1l_ convergence-music11:58
k1l_The music app is another example of the super talented Ubuntu community getting involved in building some of our core apps together with our internal teams. You might remember Andrew Hayzen and Victor Thompson from a previous interview on this blog. They have since been adding features and functionality to the app, and a convergent music app using multiple panels is currently working in a branch and will be landing in the master release soon. We are also11:58
k1l_looking at adding support for streaming music functionality, keep an eye out for this in the near future :)11:58
k1l_The multi-panel music app reacts to window size changes intelligently – the album cards resize and shuffle themselves on window size changes. On smaller screen devices we have a persistent “Now playing” control bar at the bottom of the screen, but on larger screen sizes we have enough real estate to reimagine the play bar as an extra panel on the right with “Now playing” information, along with cover art, controls and a scrollable queue.11:58
k1l_The calendar app has been on the phone for a while but until now it hadn’t really had any UI design love or designs for larger screens.  We wanted to apply our visual language in the context of an app that is by default very minimal, allowing the few design elements to stand on their own.11:58
k1l_Suru, our visual language, is light and flat, minimizing distractions, with carefully selected tones of gray, consistent spacing and margins to help the content breathe. We’ve added considered splashes of highlight colours that enhance the visual hierarchy without overwhelming it.11:58
k1l_On the calendar app we are again making use of multiple panels, surfacing several layers when we have the real estate available. The same feature set of the app is of course available on all sizes, and the navigation feels intuitive with whatever input method or screen size you are using.11:58
lotuspsychjeupbeta: you can check in the recoverymode/terminal what kind of drivers available with ubuntu-drivers11:58
k1l_jackneill: its mostly a mockup. but you could try the "core apps" or the unity8inlxc preview of the new unity8 that runs on the phones already11:59
k1l_jackneill: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Touch/CoreApps12:00
jackneillk1l_: thanks12:01
BlackVenomI have a USB TV Tuner which I have put the relevant .fw files in /lib/firmware directory12:02
BlackVenomDo I need to do anything else or when I insert the USB Tuner will it automatically see the .fw files and install the right drivers12:02
upbetaif my VCard is NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M what is the corresponding driver for it? < nvidia-355 ?12:06
oussamahello evrey body12:06
lotuspsychjeupbeta: i would try lower mate, see if you get better performance12:08
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chotaz`wI think I might've broken my system fonts on ubuntu/gnome, is there a way to revert to system defaults, removing all installed custom fonts without fresh installing my OS?12:08
chotaz`wI say this because when I try to open ' Font Viewer' it gets stuck and doesn't show me anything also, my ~/.local/share/fonts/ are not being loaded.12:09
oussamahaw can i find a proxy addresse logine passe word12:09
lotuspsychjechotaz`w: recoverymode/fix broken packages can do some magic sometime12:10
chotaz`wlotuspsychje, i can try that, I think i borked it when I tried installing powerline fonts as sudo, because I wanted them available system wide12:13
chotaz`wso I just sudo cp'd them into /usr/share/fonts12:14
chotaz`wI don't see how that would break 'Font Viewer' or making other custom fonts not get loaded under my $HOME folder, but something weird is def happening12:14
linuxlovehello all12:15
linuxlovehow can i hide hide my ip in ubuntu?12:16
Ben64explain what you mean12:16
linuxlovewhen i installed android studio it wants to connect to google but my country is blocked12:16
hateballchotaz`w: did you update the fontcache12:17
mattbvlinuxlove: in this case you can use the TOR network or some free/paid VPN service12:17
Ben64linuxlove: well you can't hide your ip. you could use a vpn or something12:17
linuxloveBen64, every vpn sites and tor is filtered in my country12:18
linuxlovemattbv, tor is filtered here12:18
Ben64then you're out of luck12:18
linuxlovei cant download tor12:18
kalamarawhy cant you download tor?12:19
linuxlovekalamara, my country has filtered this site12:19
linuxlovei used sudo apt-get install tor12:19
linuxloveand i configured my browser to
linuxlovebut no result12:20
linuxloveany idea?12:21
mss_cyclistlinuxlove: change dns to
mss_cyclistor another free dns server?12:23
linuxlovemss_cyclist, i used lantern before12:23
linuxlovebut it doesnt work now12:23
linuxlovei dunno why12:23
BluesKajHiyas all12:24
linuxlovemss_cyclist, i did that no result12:25
chotaz`whateball, i cleaned with with '-f $HOME/.local/share/fonts/' and '-f /usr/share/fonts/'12:25
chotaz`whateball, but I think its the namespace of the fonts that's overlapping, that would explain why I see my powerline-fonts and not my nerd-fonts.12:26
mss_cyclistlinuxlove: is tor started?12:26
linuxlovei downloaded android studio with help of some friend in out of my country but for final steps i need to connect to google and my country is blocked12:27
linuxlovemss_cyclist, yes12:27
linuxlovemss_cyclist, i started it and configure browser to no result12:27
mss_cyclistdoes this work? http://torproject.ip-connect.vn.ua/projects/torbrowser.html.en12:28
linuxlovethis works12:29
mss_cyclisti use the torbrowser bundle12:29
elfrannewhat is the command line  to start the file launcher ?12:29
mss_cyclistfor me tor by apt-get install did not work as well12:29
elfranneubuntu 14.04 lts12:29
linuxlovemss_cyclist, i cant download tor12:29
mss_cyclistelfranne: mc12:29
mss_cyclistlinuxlove: not via one of the many mirrors12:30
mss_cyclistor in a cached site from google?12:30
elfrannemss_cyclist, mc is a command line explorer, i want to start the normal file window as from the desktop icon12:31
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mss_cyclistelfranne: which desktop environment do you use?12:32
ubottuWant to talk about Ubuntu but don't have a support question. Join #ubuntu-discuss, for other non-support discussion not Ubuntu related you can also join #ubuntu-offtopic. Thank you.12:33
linuxlovemss_cyclist, do i download tor now from this link?12:33
linuxlovemss_cyclist, it was a BIN file12:33
mss_cyclistyou can run a bin file12:34
mss_cyclistchmod +x program.bin12:34
linuxlovewho knows about lantern here?12:36
eugenio_hello, on my ubuntu server I'm not able to let apache recognize .phtml page by using php-fpm, any idea?12:39
linuxlovewhat is tap/tun?12:42
linuxlovein linux12:42
mss_cyclisteugenio_: you have to enable the module and configure it to recognize phtml12:46
mss_cyclistnormally it recognizes .php12:46
MoPacHello. I've started having a debilitating error that I can't really figure out. My login screen and guest sessino are normal, and I have network connectivity. But in my user session, there is no launcher, panel, keyboard shortcuts, etc. My dmesg has a number of error lines related to [drm:intel_pipe_config_compare [i915]] *ERROR* mismatch in ips_enabled (expected 1, found 0)13:02
MoPacOther bugs I've seen with that error seem to be asymptomatic or have to do with the network, which isn't the case here. In recovery mode, if I choose failsafe X graphics, it fails completely -- can't find a screen.13:04
k1l_MoPac: the guest session is totally fine when logged in?13:04
MoPack1l_: I didn't play with it a ton, but I noted that it has the launcher and panel13:04
k1l_MoPac: could be worth a try to rename that users .config file to .config_backup and see if it works then13:05
magicman999Hello, world!13:05
k1l_if guest account is fine that sounds like a user settings that is wrong13:05
MoPack1l_: I'll give that a shot -- though I think the failsafe X mode fails before it has the chance to select this user?13:07
MoPacI think I'll have to restart after renaming the config file because I'm not sure I can log out from here -- is there a terminal command from within user session that can do it?13:08
k1l_MoPac: try "gnome-session-quit"13:09
MoPacThanks. Actually, I can't find a ~/.config file. Did you mean rename the whole folder?13:10
k1l_yes, the whole folder13:11
linuxlovehello friends can somebody put this link for me in dropbox i need to it for connect my android studio to google https://www.torproject.org/dist/torbrowser/5.5.2/tor-browser-linux64-5.5.2_en-US.tar.xz13:11
jayjoWhere does cron execute its commands from? What directory?13:13
linuxlovei need to use it as a proxy for connecting to blocked google site to download remains components of sdk13:13
jayjoI'm getting a python error that says: ImportError: C extension: No module named dateutil.tz not built. If you want to import pandas from the source directory, you may need to run 'python setup.py build_ext --inplace' to build the C extensions first. but I only get this error when the cron user attempts to execute the command13:13
jayjoif I run the identical command outside of cron, I don't get any errors13:14
sUbMuNdO HexChat: 2.9.6 ** OS: Linux 3.19.0-32-generic x86_64 ** Distro: Debian jessie/sid ** CPU: 2 x Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU G1610 @ 2.60GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 1,98GHz ** RAM: Physical: 3,7GB, 78,5% free ** Disk: Total: 1,2TB, 74,2% free ** VGA: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v2/3rd Gen Core processor Graphics Controller ** Sound: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH ** Ethernet: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. CIe G13:14
sUbMuNdOigabit Ethernet ** Uptime: 13m 25s **13:14
k1l_jayjo: you usually give fullpaths in cron13:14
jayjomeaning absolute directory paths? I do have that currently13:15
kdflemnwhere can I find gnome desktop for ubuntu?13:15
k1l_kdflemn: what do you mean?13:16
k1l_kdflemn: you want to install the gnome-shell (known as gnome3?)13:16
kdflemngnome, desktop, nautilus, gedit, those things13:16
k1l_kdflemn: unity is another gnome shell and uses nautilus and gedit and such gnome base apps13:17
kdflemngnome is 3.1413:18
kdflemnbut the real gnome is 3.1813:18
kdflemni want 3.1813:18
cfhowlettget a ppa (not supported here) or compile from source (ditto)13:19
k1l_kdflemn: ah. the problem is that the new gnome release was not ready when ubuntu had made the ubuntu release. there is a PPA for the newer gnome release13:20
scellowHey guys, i'm using ubuntu 16.04, i installed unity8, but when i try to login i get "autentification failure" error, is there something special to  do?13:20
k1l_kdflemn: what ubuntu are you on exactly?13:20
hateballscellow: #ubuntu+1 for that13:20
scellowhateball: thanks!13:20
kdflemn14 something13:20
jackcomsdb1  <— what is shorten?13:20
k1l_kdflemn: "lsb_release -d" in terminal will tell you the version13:20
jackcoms database 1?13:21
jackcomsdb1  <— what is shorten?  s database 1?13:21
k1l_jackcom: that means the 1st partition on the 2nd hdd13:22
jackcomscsi device b  1?13:22
k1l_jackcom: sd = sata/ide drive, b = second disk, 1= frist partiion13:22
jackcomthanks k1 :)13:23
kdflemnk1l_: Ubuntu 15.0413:24
k1l_kdflemn: first update to 15.10 since 15.04 is dead now13:24
fedcabHello, I seem to have garbled my gcc installation on a Ubuntu 15.10. I already reinstalled gcc (which reports gcc version 5.2.1 20151010 (Ubuntu 5.2.1-22ubuntu2) ) now. Unfortunately the setup of standard includes seems wrong. stdio.h does not seem to know size_t. How can I better understand, what goes wrong?13:25
Stephen44Will I've to upgrade to 14.04.04 or it'll +r automatically updated?13:30
daniel331here's a weird one. I've been a sudoer on my desktop box since it was installed abotu 6 months ago. now every time I sudo, I get the error "User is not in the sudoers list". seemed to happen quite suddenly, no warning. I am in www-data group but not sudo (or, crucially, docker), so maybe I accidently changed group instead of adding? anyway: any solutions that *dont* involve rebooting?13:31
k1l_Stephen44: if you are on a 14.04 and run the updates it will become 14.04.4 automatically13:32
Stephen44Thanks k1l_13:32
shubiI updated my Ubuntu and now my fan is working very hard, any way to revert the updates?13:34
Stephen44Isn't kde has the same flavour of windows start and all those? While gnome is a way different environment! And ubuntu unity is absolutely amazing especially that dash!13:35
shubiThe fan is constantly on 2800~ even though temperatures are around 38~ and almost nothing is on.13:35
shubiBefore update it was on 1700-1900~ in similar situations.13:36
lotuspsychjeStephen44: you can tweak any flavor of ubuntu the way you need13:36
Stephen44What do you use lotospsychje13:37
shubiDoes anyone have any idea about the updates?13:37
lotuspsychjeStephen44: unity13:37
cfhowlettshubi, ubuntu does not support rolling back updates13:37
k1l_shubi:  what updates?13:38
mcphailshubi: you cannot roll back updates unless you have a backup. But you can select an older kernel from the GRUB menu13:38
Stephen44High five13:38
cfhowlettreinstall.  or smarter yet, install fan support13:38
cfhowlett!fans | shubi13:38
shubik1l_, I did the recommended updates and now the fan is much louder.13:38
k1l_shubi: did you do a clean install again before? didnt you change to a new kernel yesterday?13:38
shubik1l_, yea I updated the kernel and that went well.13:38
Stephen44I think it's better to check the start up applications & check the processes shubi13:39
k1l_shubi: what does "top" tell about load average?13:39
shubibut then i got this "Updates" window and I pressed ok13:39
shubi load average: 0.02, 0.28, 0.3513:40
ubottuThere are several solutions for running other operating systems (or their programs) inside Ubuntu, while using the native CPU as much as possible: !QEmu (with !KQemu), !VirtualBox, !VMWare, as well as !WINE and !Cedega for Windows applications13:40
shubiIt's just constantly on 2700~ since the moment i turned it on after the update.13:40
shubiEven though temperature are very low right now (36-33)13:41
MonkeyDustshubi  still the same issue from yesterday?13:41
Stephen44Maybe you have installed the unsupported updates13:41
shubiironically the fan itself is heating the keyboard a little.13:42
k1l_shubi: "uname -a"?13:42
shubiMonkeyDust, well the kernel update yesterday seemed to have solved it - at least mostly. but today i clicked "update" when i got a prompt and the issue returned..13:42
shubiLinux dubi 4.2.0-30-generic #35~14.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Fri Feb 19 14:48:13 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux13:42
k1l_shubi: the load tells you there was some load some time ago. so that is ok for the fan to spin up13:43
MonkeyDustshubi  is that 14.04.1 ?   what's the ouput of    cat /etc/issue13:43
shubiUbuntu 14.04.4 LTS \n \l13:44
anikHello, I am having trouble on ubuntu mate, my touch scroll are not working. please help me to fix it. thanks13:45
k1l_shubi: sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade13:45
k1l_shubi: that doesnt list any updates to be installed?13:45
anikhow can i fix it ?13:45
shubik1l_, it is doing something13:46
shubii did that command - should i restart now?13:47
k1l_shubi: yes13:47
anikdude please help me13:47
cfhowlett!patience | anik,13:48
ubottuanik,: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/13:48
Drac0666anik, im new to linux but maybe something with xinput13:48
anikHello, I am having trouble on ubuntu mate, my touch scroll are not working. please help me to fix it. thanks13:48
anikdrac0666 you new to linux ?13:49
Drac0666anik, yes i have ubuntu for few days13:49
anikoh great, Welcome to Linux13:50
Drac0666anik, maybe you need to find driver for it or just maybe enable it in xinput im just guessing, make some research if you have time13:50
starlight_new here, hello everyone , i have just a question about the installation on my notebook, someone can hel me?13:51
cfhowlett!help | starlight_13:51
ubottustarlight_: 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 !patience13:51
Drac0666starlight_, whats ur problem13:51
starlight_ok sorry13:51
oskiehello, I'm trying to install grub on a second disk, but it doesn't work. When booting, grub can't find the second disk. It sees only 'hd0'. They are both the same type and same driver. Any ideas?13:51
anikubottu did you got my question ?13:51
ubottuanik: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)13:51
ascotHello, anyone knows how to run an already installed Ubuntu 15.10 Minimal entirely from ram?13:52
cfhowlettAnik you asked 3 times in 3 minutes.  learn to be patient13:52
shubiokay.. so when I shut-down the system became non-responsive..13:52
shubinow that I turned it on - the fan is even louder..13:52
shubiright from the start13:53
shubiwith no program on13:53
starlight_Drac i wrote to you privately13:53
shubiother than this hexchat13:53
lsswhy do version numbers always end with ".04"?13:53
cfhowlettlss, false.  .or and .1013:53
mcphaillss: year.month13:53
lssaah i see. nice!13:54
brainhearteddoes ubuntu have raspberry pi package?13:54
shubiis there a way to install a previous version of thermald13:54
anikWhy ubuntu take battery  to much. i got 4 hrs backup in windrows and i do not get atlast 2 hours in ubuntu... what the problem ?13:55
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shubiAre you people still here?13:55
cfhowlettshubi, only a few thousand today.  sorry13:56
MoPack1l_: unfortunately, problems persist after moving old .config folder for main user.13:56
anikwhy this chat for buddy ?? who the helper ?? why do not give the answer of those questions ?13:57
shubii mean the people i talked to a moment ago.13:57
linuxlovehow can i force whole system to use tor proxy?13:57
cfhowlettanik, if no one knows, no one answers.13:57
Xinhey guys and girls. I had an ubuntu vm that was working fine, suddently now it just sits at a _ symbol13:58
mcphailanik: everyone on this channel is a volunteer. you are more likely to get help if you are patient and polite13:58
Xinany ideas?13:58
anikoh man... this horrible13:58
Xinanik; check out ps aux13:59
shubiis there a way to install previous version of a ubuntu service? (thermald)13:59
Xinyou are just using more power inherently13:59
MoPack1l_: I've also noticed in my dmesg that there seems to be an error with loading systemd kernel modules, if that helps at all14:00
Xinshubi; why would you want that?14:00
shubibecause the fan is louder after update14:00
shubi2700~ rpm14:00
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shubieven when temp is 35-3914:01
Xinshubi; I doubt thats bcause of an update to that14:01
shubiwell.. i can compare before/after14:01
Xinyou might want to read the manual14:02
MonkeyDust!hwe | shubi is this kknown to you14:03
ubottushubi is this kknown to you: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack14:03
shubiubottu, thanks - i got the 4.2 and it actually solve the issue mostly.14:04
ubottushubi: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)14:04
shubibut it came back when i updated ubuntu14:04
Xinhey guys and girls. I had an ubuntu vm that was working fine, suddently now it just sits at a _ symbol14:04
Xinany ideas?14:04
PerlinNoiseXin, maybe restart?14:05
MonkeyDustshubi  sure it's not because your laptop needs to be cleaned, physically?14:05
XinPerlinNoise; tried ;(14:05
shubino, before upgrade it would be around 1700-1800~ RPM under load14:06
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shubiand go to 0 from time to time14:06
shubinow it is constantly 2700~RPM no matter the load14:06
PerlinNoiseXin, did you install bootloader?14:06
shubithe computer is clean.14:06
PerlinNoiseXin, grub?14:07
Xinshubi; either tell us whats using your cpu from ps aux or shhh14:07
xanguashubi: did you give tlp a try as you were told yesterday?14:08
XinPerlinNoise; yeah it was all working14:08
MonkeyDustshubi  this is an interactive applet, perhaps it's useful ...  indicator-cpufreq14:08
kgirthoferhey all - I'm trying to create a startup script that launches all my preferred applications to my prefered windows at specific sizes14:09
kgirthoferis this possible?14:09
kgirthoferi.e. desktop one half screen chrome, desktop 2 two terminals, three spotify and slack14:10
MonkeyDustkgirthofer  i guess xdotool is what you want14:11
JyZyXELwhats the best image editor for simple jobs like cropping and white balancing and resizing and stuff?14:11
MonkeyDustJyZyXEL  shotwell14:11
MonkeyDustJyZyXEL  pinta14:11
MonkeyDustchemicals  it works, we see you14:14
chemicalsSorry I'm testing something14:16
chotaz`wchemicals, you can /j #chemicalstesting and try your stuff out there :P14:19
acerI plug in my iphone but I do not know what to do next. I see it there when I enter lsusb14:20
acerI want to retreive pics.14:20
lotuspsychje!iphone | acer14:20
ubottuacer: 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 iPod14:20
acerlotuspsychje, I can't access as a regular disk? I remember doing it before I think.14:20
lotuspsychjeacer: wich ubuntu version are you on?14:21
acerhmm, yep14:21
MonkeyDustacer  what's the output of   cat /etc/issue14:22
lotuspsychjeacer: that should work...can you pastebin us the output of tail -f /var/log/syslog and plugin your device?14:22
acerDevice added: sysfs-Apple_Inc.-iPhone14:23
lotuspsychje!paste | acer14:23
ubottuacer: 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.14:23
acerdeb colord: Device added: sysfs-Apple_Inc.-iPhone / deb colord: Device added: sysfs-(null) / deb colord: device removed: sysfs-(null)14:24
k1l_doesnt iphones only work with itunes and not like other phones with mtp mode or extrenal data mode?14:24
lotuspsychjek1l_: pictures should be able to retrieve after 14.04+ as mounted device14:25
k1l_lotuspsychje: on iphone? are you sure? on general phones like android or windowsphone: yes. but iphone?14:25
aceroh wait, I think I have debian14:25
lotuspsychjek1l_: yes, ive tested this not long ago, jumped as mounted device on unity, had to drag n drop pictures to nautilus to be able to see them14:26
k1l_lotuspsychje: ok14:27
MonkeyDustacer  to find out: what's the output of   cat /etc/issue14:30
mas8899How do I create a user with password in the terminal?14:34
lotuspsychjemas8899: useradd or adduser14:35
k1l_!adduser | mas889914:35
ubottumas8899: To add new users to your Ubuntu system, follow the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddUsersHowto - For administrative privileges, users need to be made members of the group "sudo" - See !sudo14:35
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shubiMonkeyDust, I can see my CPU usage, it is quite low..14:36
shubiThe temperatures are also low14:36
k1l_shubi: are you sure you got the latest bios version for that laptop?14:36
shubiYes, I updated it on Windows14:36
PHroGmancan someone please help me with this....http://paste.ubuntu.com/15187550/14:37
lotuspsychjeshubi: is there fancontrol in your bios?14:37
shubiIt's just the RPM never changes from 2700RPM14:37
shubifancontrol is the lenovo driver?14:37
shubiI have that I think14:37
k1l_PHroGman: "apt-cache policy rawtherapee" in a pastebin please14:38
lotuspsychjeshubi: no, i mean can you control the fans from within bios?14:38
shubioh, i think i could - but i am not going to change bios fan settings manually..14:38
lotuspsychjeshubi: why?14:39
shubiafraid to experiment on my bios..14:39
shubion windows the fan is ok, and before the update the fan was sort of ok on ubuntu as well..14:39
lotuspsychjeshubi: if your affraid of overheating, leave the fan at max?14:39
lotuspsychjeshubi: did you vaccuum clean the fan once?14:40
shubiconstant fast fan can be problematic long term and makes noise..14:40
PHroGmandone... http://paste.ubuntu.com/15187583/14:41
shubilotuspsychje, i did not. but the computer was cleaned - and the fan was already quiet on ubuntu (and is quiet on windows)14:41
lotuspsychjeshubi: then tune your fan to lower rpm from bios14:41
shubiif i just do that - i might overheat my computer..14:42
k1l_PHroGman: that PPA you got there tries to override data that is not only handled by that package. so dpkg stops since that is not allowed14:42
shubii don't know nearly enough to just change that..14:42
lotuspsychjeshubi: a computer is protected from overheating by bios14:42
k1l_PHroGman: so that PPA is rubbish.14:42
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PHroGmanic .....14:43
Guest92092Can anyone help14:43
lotuspsychje!ask | Guest9209214:43
ubottuGuest92092: 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 !patience14:43
k1l_PHroGman: if you insist of using that PPA package you could manually remove the files it wants to override and than start again.14:43
shubimaybe better that i'd reinstall ubuntu and pass on the thermald upgrade..14:43
Guest92092mac address give me incomplete14:44
Guest92092arp -a14:44
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/14:44
k1l_shubi: look into /var/log/apt/ what you updated before the issue was there14:44
PHroGmanI was looking to upgrade to the newest version of raw therepee but not essential14:44
lotuspsychje!latest | PHroGman14:44
ubottuPHroGman: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.14:44
PHroGmanthank you sir I appriciate your help and agree14:45
mas8899I want to delete the default user group that is added by default to an user(group and username are the same). I changed the user group but when I want to delete the first group it says "can't remove an user from it's primary group"..14:45
user__hi , if I want make customized keyboard in which if I press 'A' the output 'H' or any char I choose . How can I do that? , I'm using Kubuntu14:45
PHroGmanwill remove that ppa and wait for ubuntu to post update14:45
PHroGmanthank you again for your time14:46
danu07can i tes14:46
lotuspsychjePHroGman: you can install a higher version of ubuntu, and use a newer one?14:46
somsip!info xmodmap | user__ (might be a solution)14:46
ubottuuser__ (might be a solution): Package xmodmap does not exist in wily14:46
PHroGmanno not needed that version worked fine14:46
PHroGmanfor my needs14:46
lotuspsychjePHroGman: ok14:47
PHroGmanI am still learning the ins and outs of this OS14:47
mas8899I want to delete the default user group that is added by default to an user(group and username are the same). I changed the user group but when I want to delete the first group it says "can't remove an user from it's primary group".14:47
lotuspsychjePHroGman: well its recommended to use package versions, for your specific ubuntu version14:47
PHroGmanvery good sir14:47
lotuspsychje!manual | PHroGman and find your way around here :p14:48
ubottuPHroGman and find your way around here :p: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/14:48
NwSk1l_, heya mate thank you for all the help yesterday. I found out the 16GB logs which were webalizer's logfile analysis14:49
PHroGmanIronically enough I have added it it to my kindle and in the process of reading it.14:49
k1l_NwS: good :)14:49
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GuestNewhi I'm new to Linux and want to try a distro. So what's the difference between ubuntu &  debian! Anyone?14:50
lotuspsychje!ubuntu | GuestNew walk around the tour here14:51
ubottuGuestNew walk around the tour here: Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Also see http://www.ubuntu.com14:51
shubiwhat am i looking for in /var/log/apt/14:52
user__somsip and ubottu Thank you So much14:52
GuestNewI heard ubuntu is unstable. But Debian is stable14:52
lotuspsychjeGuestNew: wrong facts14:53
k1l_GuestNew: no. thats not true.14:53
GuestNewAnd ubuntu doesn't support rpm14:53
bazhangnot facts at all14:53
PestBudaGuestNew: I heard??? whet else did you hear?14:53
bazhangtake the chit chat to somewhere else please GuestNew14:53
k1l_shubi: you said "i updated and something made my fan go faster". so there you can look what packages got updated.14:53
GuestNewDebian chat room lol14:53
k1l_!discuss | GuestNew14:54
ubottuGuestNew: Want to talk about Ubuntu but don't have a support question. Join #ubuntu-discuss, for other non-support discussion not Ubuntu related you can also join #ubuntu-offtopic. Thank you.14:54
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GuestNewWhy should I use ubuntu not Debian?14:55
bazhangGuestNew, take this to the chat channel14:56
GuestNewWhich channel?14:56
MonkeyDustGuestNew  type  /j #ubuntu-offtopic14:56
PestBudaGuestNew: Try ##TopChat14:56
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lotuspsychje!behelpful | PestBuda14:57
ubottuPestBuda: As our !guidelines say, "When helping, be helpful". If you're not familiar with the issue at hand, let someone else handle it instead of making !offtopic comments or jokes.14:57
mas8899How do I make some user in my server a superuser?14:57
k1l_mas8899: put him into the "sudo" group14:58
mustuHi, I'm trying for some time but couldn't run gnome via VNC on ubuntu 1414:58
PestBudaThat was helpful lotuspsychje14:58
GuestNewUbuntu discuss is cool14:58
mas8899thanks k1l_14:59
shubik1l_, i can see this thermald:amd64 (1.4.3-2~14.04.1, 1.4.3-5~14.04.2)14:59
lotuspsychje!vnc | mustu15:02
ubottumustu: VNC is a protocol for remote desktop. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNCOverSSH describes how to use it securely.  It works best over fast connections, otherwise look at !FreeNX15:02
tetadoes this mean run every 5 minutes?                          messagingService.com003.active.renewal.contract.cron.val=0 0/5 * ? * ?15:05
NwSHmm the log rotation doesn't work -.-"15:07
n00pteta, that is every 5 hours15:07
gharzhi guys. i have a secondary hdd and i want to clone the whole drive... what app can you suggest to clone it without using clonezilla?15:07
n00p*/5 * * * * /cmd for every 5 mins15:08
MonkeyDustgharz  the dd command15:08
anikMy Laptop is Asus X550L . I dual boot windows 8.1 and Ubuntu mate. I am suffering from battery backup. On my windows 8.1 i get 4 hours battery backup but in Ubuntu mate i get only 1.5 hours battery backup and also in Ubuntu the battery lower light(LED) is not blinking when battery running low. someone please help me out with this problem. I love Ubuntu otherwise. Thank You.15:09
MonkeyDustanik  try TLP ... it's not in the repos15:09
tetan00p: what would it be like for 5 minutes?15:10
anikwhat is TLP ?15:10
lotuspsychje!info laptop-mode-tools | anik15:10
ubottuanik: laptop-mode-tools (source: laptop-mode-tools): Tools for Power Savings based on battery/AC status. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.66-2ubuntu1 (wily), package size 76 kB, installed size 415 kB15:10
n00pteta, */5 * * * *15:10
gharzMonkeyDust: thank you. i'm going check that out.15:11
aniki don't understood15:11
aniki don't understood ?15:12
anikwhat i have to do for fixing that ?15:12
cthirderhave you trued praying anik?15:12
cthirderwhat have you got to lose?15:12
n00pteta, may also want to take a look at corntab.com for reference15:12
BluesKajanik, you don't understand15:12
MonkeyDustanik  http://www.webupd8.org/2013/04/improve-power-usage-battery-life-in.html15:13
anikDust you are good...15:14
anikbut other all are fucked up15:14
MonkeyDustanik  language15:14
MonkeyDustanik  keep this channel family friendly15:14
BluesKaj!language | anik15:14
ubottuanik: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList15:14
KeyboardNotFoundCan I encrypt my ubuntu partition after installation? What can I do to encrypt it without losing my installed programs and my data?15:15
MonkeyDust!encrypt | KeyboardNotFound start here15:16
ubottuKeyboardNotFound start here: For information on setting up encrypted private directories (8.10+) see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EncryptedPrivateDirectory15:16
donhiHas someone got a translation package for wps15:35
Mr_CyclopsIs not available at their website?15:36
Mr_CyclopsSorry gtg15:36
donhiczech is not there15:37
rk4n3Hi all ... just thought I'd report resolution of the issue I asked about some time ago, just in case anyone is interested15:37
rk4n3I was having severe lag in accessing NFS shares from my ubuntu client15:38
donhiso I suggested that somewhere on the internet is some secret ppa for that15:38
rk4n3I found the cause:  mounting the NFS filesystems using the plain "nfs" filesystem type resulted in an NFSv2 client mount15:38
donhiwell played rk4n3 :D15:38
rk4n3... my server utilizes NFSv3, so mounting using the "nfs4" filesystem type resolved all issues15:39
rk4n3donhi, :)15:39
rk4n3I also learned thoughout my reading that NFSv3 has some very significant and nice improvements, and so is probably a great choice for servers to utilize :)15:40
akikrk4n3: yes, 15 years ago15:41
wutfi'm trying to get Terminal to take up the width of both monitors, full screen. ideally i could persist that state and it would open that way every time15:41
rk4n3akik, yes its very "mature" ... seems like NFSv4 has had some lag in maturity of its various implementations and adoption, so perhaps v3 remains a preferred default (not sure, just speculating)15:42
akikrk4n3: nfsv4 is much easier to define firewall rules for15:47
akikand it's transport is tcp by default15:48
febrezo1hit there!15:49
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bewilledHello. How can I capture the outputs of stderr and stdout from terminal?15:52
P_E_T_Ohi, what can I do when nobody answered me from translation group and they dont accept request?15:53
akikbewilled: stdout is captured by "> file" and stderr by "2> file"15:55
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MonkeyDustP_E_T_O  start from the beginning, what happened, what brings you here16:05
PiciP_E_T_O: #ubuntu-translators is probably a better place to discuss this.  Don't expect it to be as busy as here though.16:06
P_E_T_OMonkeyDust: I translate ubuntu-system-settings in slovak lang (PO file) and want upload it but i cant, so I sent request in the group but nobody answered16:08
P_E_T_OPici: there are too few people16:08
rk4n3akik: aha, I can see where that would be highly desirable16:09
PiciP_E_T_O: Unfortunately we don't know anything about translating Ubuntu here. We just do support of the Ubuntu OS istelf :/16:10
attilahooperanyone else having diaply manager hang after software updates ?16:14
attilahooperdisplay manager16:14
P_E_T_OPici: yeah I unterstand, but its very sad, that I want help with slovak locale ( for Ubuntu Touch, Ubuntu)_ and nobody answered from the gruop, and so I cant translate it, because it must be reviewed16:14
BlackVenomHey folks.16:15
BlackVenomAnyone around that can give me a hand installing some drivers?16:15
lotuspsychjeBlackVenom: best to ask whats going on to the channel16:17
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BlackVenomHey lotuspsychje16:18
BlackVenomI have a USB TV Tuner which I want to use with Ubuntu16:18
A6345-Guest:) The moderator MYRTTI is a filthy c unt. :) its mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator MYRTTI is a C UNT :)  :) SATAN MAKE ALL ITS CHILDREN BE MISCARRIED. religion is not a race btw16:20
A6345-Guest.,:) The moderator MYRTTI is a filthy c unt. :) its mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator MYRTTI is a C UNT :)  :) SATAN MAKE ALL ITS CHILDREN BE MISCARRIED. religion is not a race btw16:20
A6345-Guest_:) The moderator MYRTTI is a filthy c unt. :) its mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator MYRTTI is a C UNT :)  :) SATAN MAKE ALL ITS CHILDREN BE MISCARRIED. religion is not a race btw16:20
A6345-Guest,.:) The moderator MYRTTI is a filthy c unt. :) its mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator MYRTTI is a C UNT :)  :) SATAN MAKE ALL ITS CHILDREN BE MISCARRIED. religion is not a race btw16:20
A6345-Guest,:) The moderator MYRTTI is a filthy c unt. :) its mother will die from breast cancer soon. S atan make this so :) his w hore mother will be F UCKED in hell by jesus and the PrOpHeT Muhammad. they both F UCK pigs like her :) :)  The moderator MYRTTI is a C UNT :)  :) SATAN MAKE ALL ITS CHILDREN BE MISCARRIED. religion is not a race btw16:20
lotuspsychje!ops | A6345-Guest known spammer16:20
ubottuA6345-Guest known spammer: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Pici, Myrtti, jrib, Amaranth, tonyyarusso, Nalioth, lamont, CarlK, elky, mneptok, PriceChild, Tm_T, jpds, ikonia, Flannel, genii, wgrant, stdin, h00k, IdleOne, nhandler, Jordan_U, popey, Corey, ocean, cprofitt, djones, Madpilot, gnomefreak, lhavelund, k1l, rww, phunyguy, bazhang16:20
Myrttilotuspsychje: a bit late, don't you think?16:20
lotuspsychjeMyrtti: dont you need to add a ban after the auto quiet?16:21
MyrttiI'm sure he'll return with a different ip anyway next time, no matter what I do16:21
BlackVenomSo i've tracked down the relevant *.fw files from linuxtv.org and added them to the /lib/firmware directory16:22
BlackVenomBut the device doesn't seem to appear in the tvheadend config as there16:22
BlackVenomHow do I find out if Ubuntu has recognised the device correctly and installed the correct driver?16:25
naccBlackVenom: no context (just waking up), but I think you'd see something in dmesg if a driver was loaded & recognized a device16:26
MonkeyDustlotuspsychje  simply wait a few years, until the spammer will be older than 7 and behaves accordingly16:27
BlackVenomHey nacc16:29
BlackVenomdmesg gives me this http://pastebin.com/G4vn6HvS16:30
naccBlackVenom: ok, so it found a usb stick -- is that the device in question?16:31
BlackVenomYes thats the USB TV Tuner16:31
ioriaBlackVenom, try also  lsusb16:32
naccyeah, lsusb will be better for this case, probably16:32
BlackVenomHey ioria, yes lsusb also shows the device16:32
ioriaBlackVenom,   ls -l /dev/dvb/*16:33
BlackVenomNo such file or directory ioria16:33
naccBlackVenom: for reference, what's the driver?16:33
BlackVenomnacc, http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/DVB-T2_USB_Devices I've downloaded the two firmware files for Geniatech T230, 5th one down the table16:35
lotuspsychje!fr | attercop16:35
ubottuattercop: 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.16:35
BlackVenomThe device I have is labled August T210 but the Device ID is the same as the Geniatech T230. I believe its just rebranded16:36
naccBlackVenom: http://www.linuxtv.org/wiki/index.php/Geniatech_T230 seems to have more complete info?16:36
homaare there a way to see tablet of asus is approved for asus company16:37
naccBlackVenom: `lsmod | grep dvb-usb`, does it indicate dvb-usb is loaded? If not, can you try `modprobe dvb-usb`?16:38
BlackVenomnothing for lsmod | grep dvb-usb16:38
aq2What's the problem?16:38
naccBlackVenom: ok, so secondary issue for figuring out why it's not autoloading, but let's see if it recognizes it if you manually load dvb-usb16:39
BlackVenomWhen I run 'modprobe dvb-usb' should I get a response?16:39
naccBlackVenom: you shouldn't get an error16:39
naccBlackVenom: and dmesg *should* have more content now?16:39
BluesKajwhat does lsusb show?16:40
homahow can i see tablet of asus is orginal16:40
BlackVenomdmesg hasn't changed16:40
BlackVenomHey aq2 & BluesKaj. Trying to get a USB TV Tuner working with ubuntu16:41
naccBlackVenom: what kernel are you on?16:41
aq2BlackVenom: And vlc doesn't reacognize it?16:42
BlackVenomHow do I find that out? I'm running 14.04 LTS Server16:42
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aq2BlackVenom: uname -r16:42
BlackVenomIt works fine when I connect it to a Raspberry Pi so the stick isn't faulty16:43
BlackVenomKernel = 3.13.0-79-generic16:43
aq2Try a newer kernel.16:43
aq2sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-wily16:44
naccBlackVenom: as the page says you need 3.19 or later16:44
aq2Thats 4.something so should do :)16:44
k1l_BlackVenom: what kernel is it on the rpi?16:44
BlackVenomaq2, is that the command to update the kernel?16:44
aq2Yes BlackVenom.16:44
BlackVenomk1l_ , Not sure and can't boot it at the mo16:45
k1l_BlackVenom: you can get a 4.2 kernel, which is the 15.10 backports kernel, on 14.04 from the official ubuntu repo16:45
k1l_!hwe | BlackVenom16:45
ubottuBlackVenom: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack16:45
aq2BlackVenom: Reboot after installing. If you can't boot after that hold down shift on startup, go to advanced options and choose the old kernel.16:45
BlackVenomjust running it now aq216:45
BlackVenomrunning it headless to fingers crossed it'll boot16:46
aq2If its less than 10 years old i'm sure it'll be fine16:47
BlackVenomrebooting now16:47
jgcampbell300need a little assistance ... trying to find and replace with wildcards .. cant seem to get it right ... i want to remove all returns to make everything one line ... then add a chr after every #####-##-##-#####,16:48
aq2jgcampbell300: I don't fully understand what you want to do.16:49
BlackVenomNew kernel loaded16:49
aq2Now your tv card should work :)16:50
BlackVenomdmesg says the firmware has loaded16:50
attilahooperI am finding that latest release hangs on display manager after software updates, this on vmware. anyone heard of this ? happening on mythbuntu as well16:51
sortofhi all16:51
aq2attilahooper: That's normal for non-lts versions, that's why the install page recommends the latest lts version. Right now its 14.04.16:51
attilahooperyep 14.04 lts16:51
BlackVenomWoohoo and the card now shows in tvheadend16:52
jgcampbell300aq2: when im makeing a text file and hit enter to go to next line what is that called16:52
BlackVenomThanks everyone16:52
jgcampbell300chr return ?16:52
attilahooperheh - BV is happy16:52
aq2jgcampbell300: a newline character?16:52
jgcampbell300aq2: ya16:52
sortofi have problem on network that show p4p1 on ubuntu server 14.04, need that to change eth016:52
aq2sortof: Change what about it?16:53
aq2attilahooper: Can you boot in the recovery mode?16:53
jgcampbell300aq2: I want to remove all those from text ... then i need to find all the  #####-##-##-#####, and make them  #####-##-##-#####,"16:53
aq2jgcampbell300: If you're editing a text file with a text editor maybe Ctrl+H is what you want?16:54
attilahooperaq2: I was and also ssh. nothing in logs, reinstalled ubuntu desktop and a lightdm etc. nothing worked16:54
jgcampbell300aq2: I am using geany .. i just cant figgure out how to get my wild cards to do it16:54
sortofethernet name p4p1 to eth0 in ubuntu 14.0416:54
k1l_sortof: is "biosdevname" installed?16:55
aq2jgcampbell300: Geany takes a regular expression, not wildcards16:55
sortofyes k1l16:55
jgcampbell300aq2: ya sorry ... thats what im working on ... i was trying to use \d{5}-\d{2}-\d{2}-\d{5}16:55
aq2jgcampbell300: I know nothing about regexes16:56
jgcampbell300aq2: ok ty16:56
k1l_sortof:  sudo apt-get purge biosdevname16:56
attilahooperaq2: I'm downloading debian to see if this is ubuntu specific16:56
k1l_sortof: then "sudo update-initramfs -u"16:56
aq2attilahooper: Maybe a newer Ubuntu version with a new kernel will work?16:56
sortofk1l: ok do it now16:56
aq2attilahooper: But did you mention that you can boot it text-based?16:56
k1l_sortof: then look into the /etc/network/interfaces if its using the new device names there. then reboot16:57
aq2sortof: be prepared to fix the interfaces file with a live cd if you ruin it16:57
attilahooperaq2: if I esc during splash it hangs somewhere during boot (i htink just the dislay) because everything runs in the background. AT least on mythbuntu, i didt test ubuntu very far16:57
aq2sortof: those connections must be made for the system to boot16:58
czwolfHello, I am currently runnig Mono JIT compiler version 3.2.8 (Debian 3.2.8+dfsg-4ubuntu1.1) - Is there any higher, community supported version I could get? Lately I got messed system by 3rd party install which forced me from 4.2. But one program I work with may need 4 or higher.16:58
aq2attilahooper: Can you install from the mini.iso, install a new kernel and then the ubuntu desktop?16:58
attilahooperaq2: i did go into recovery and boot an older kernal which, if i recall, worked. desktop cam up.16:58
ascotHello, can I make an already installed Ubuntu 15.10 Minimal run entirely from RAM?16:58
aq2attilahooper: So this is a problem with a new kernel16:59
aq2attilahooper: How old is the computer?16:59
Bassemi can't change Permission for executable (application/x-executable)16:59
aq2ascot: No, puppy linux is for that.16:59
attilahooperaq2: it's a vm on esxi16:59
attilahooperbut the ubuntu I tried 14.04 was on vmw workstation, same thing16:59
k1l_ascot: ubuntu got the live dvdusb version17:00
sortofaq2: ok try k1l suggestion 1st17:00
ascotaq2: doesn't puppy linux come only with a desktop environment? At the moment I need a minimal install17:01
aq2ascot: Puppy is like that some versions you can "even install"17:01
aq2For a minimal installation go with ubuntu mini.iso17:01
ascotk1l_: can I include additional packages to the dvd? Because I need the latest oracla java17:01
aq2but why would you want to run it fully from ram?17:01
sortofk1l: still same as old p4p1 not new changing17:02
k1l_ascot: make it a persisten install then17:02
k1l_sortof: do you have a /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules ?17:02
k1l_sortof: if so, remove that17:02
sortofaq2: no cd install from bootable usb17:03
aq2sortof: You can boot the mini.iso from usb17:03
aq2Just dd it there17:03
aq2sudo dd if=/path/to/mini.iso of=/dev/yourusbstick17:03
sortofk1l_: already remove after follow suggestion from forum and no luck..17:03
k1l_sortof: did reboot? removed that package? removed that udev rule? removed that names in /etc/network/interfaces?17:04
jgcampbell300ok so \d{5}-\d{2}-\d{2}-\d{5}, finds what i want ... now how would i find something that will add to the end of \d{5}-\d{2}-\d{2}-\d{5},"17:04
sortofk1l_: ok reboot now17:05
k1l_sortof: that doesnt work without reboot :/17:05
aq2jgcampbell300: Go to replace instead of find, Ctrl+H instead of Ctrl+F17:05
sortofk1l_: ;)17:05
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Madhumper69i want to buy a ubuntu book i not sure if i should get this >>>Ubuntu Unleashed 2016 Edition: Covering 15.10 and 16.04 (11th Edition) or >>>Ubuntu Unleashed 2015 Edition: Covering 14.10 and 15.04 (10th Edition) as 14.10 has LTS Support??? thoughts?17:06
PiciMadhumper69: 14.10, 15.04 and 14.10 are all non LTS releases.17:07
jgcampbell300aq2: thats what im using ... i am asking what expresion do i put in replace .... like \d{5}- in find would be \something in replace ... so i can keep the data i have and just add to the end of it ... i cant find a expresion that works here17:07
ks3Madhumper69: Isn't 14.04 LTS, not 14.10?17:07
Bassemi can't change Permission for executable (application/x-executable)17:07
PiciMadhumper69: only 14.04 and 16.04 are LTS (and 12.04 and 10.04, etc)17:07
aq2jgcampbell300: I dont know, you need to ask someone who knows geany and regexes more or just read the geany manual17:07
ks3Bassem: What are you trying, and what isn't working?17:08
LordWillOMadhumper69, Ubuntu Unleashed, in my opinion, is not a worthwile book. It's a book I would give to my Mother if she wanted to try linux instead of Windows 7.17:08
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Madhumper69i want a hard copy book, i been using ubuntu 2 weeks ive done alot so far but i would like indepht knowledge what would you recommend17:09
aq2Bassem: You are not its owner, likely. Are you running your file manager as root=17:09
Bassemks3, i have Euro.Truck.Simulator.2.Linux game,, and when i try to run eurotrucks2(application/x-executable) or run run_game.sh(application/x-shellscript) it dos not run17:09
aq2Bassem: Or use the terminal: (sudo) chmod +x /path/to/file17:09
aq2Bassem: chmod +x run_game.sh, after that ./run_game.sh17:10
k1l_sortof: support only in here please17:10
LordWillOhow in depth do you want to go? If you want to get really in the nitty gritty, get Red Hat Certified System Administrator Book17:10
sortofk1l_: i try to purge biosdevname package 'biosdevname' is not install,so not removed, what is that17:10
LordWillOor even more in depth: pick up a book about developing Kernel in C17:11
Madhumper69well i want to learn the inner workings of ubuntu like terminal all commands and sercurity and maintenance etc...17:11
k1l_sortof: so you removed that before you said?17:11
Bassemaq2, /media/bs/086D1D34086D1D34/games/Euro.Truck.Simulator.2.Linux-ACTiVATED_/Euro.Truck.Simulator.2/bin17:11
Bassemaq2, thats the path for my game17:11
sortofk1l_: yes i remove it, after reboot no interface up...17:12
attilahooperaq: yes, choosing instead of latest 3.16.62 kernel gets the display manager working17:12
k1l_<k1l_> sortof: did reboot? removed that package? removed that udev rule? removed that names in /etc/network/interfaces?17:12
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LordWillORHCSA would be a good fit for you then. look for RHCSA guides and similar17:12
aq2Bassem: Is the game in the ubuntu software center?17:12
Bassemaq2, no17:12
k1l_sortof: + did you run the update initramfs?17:12
sortofk1l_: yes i remove it all17:12
aq2Bassem: Can you give me a download link?17:12
Bassemaq2, its torrent17:13
sortofk1l_:initramfs update done17:13
aq2Bassem: No torrent links thanks17:13
k1l_sortof: before the reboot?17:13
aq2i don't think the ops like torrenting either17:13
sortofk1l_: yes17:13
k1l_sortof: can you pastebin the /etc/network/interfaces"?17:14
Bassemaq2, i right click the file and select permission but it dos not allow me to change allow excuting file as program17:14
k1l_Bassem: we obviously cant support warez in here.17:14
aq2Bassem: Move the file to your desktop first and run sudo chown -R $USER ~/Desktop17:14
aq2I'll be back in about 45 minutes17:15
sortofk1l_: that system elsewhere17:15
Madhumper69any recommendations to purchasing a good book to learn ubuntu or debian?17:16
k1l_sortof: ok. since you do what you want anyway: make sure the netowrk/interfaces inlcudes the new names for the network devices now.17:17
sortofauto lo17:17
sortofiface lo inet loopback17:17
sortofauto p4p117:17
sortofiface p4p1 inet dhcp17:17
Bassemaq2, it work fine from dektop17:17
mtnMadhumper69: I have seen the debian administrators handbook recommended17:18
k1l_sortof: rename the p4p1 with eth0 or whatever your interface is called now.17:18
Bassemaq2, i want to run it from my partition17:18
Madhumper69you think that would be better then ubuntu unleashed?17:18
sortofk1l_: ok17:18
jgcampbell300ahh would it be something like ''' ($1)-($2)-($3)-($4),"1" '''????17:18
mtnMadhumper69: no idea. haven't looked at either of them ;)17:18
mcphailBassem: please stop asking for support for running pirated software in this channel17:18
Bassemmcphail, im asking how to run any file from ubuntu partition17:19
Madhumper69fair enough :P17:20
mcphailBassem: no, you are asking how to run a pirated game. Stop that17:20
LordWillOMadhumper69, it looks like you're mostly trying to learn terminal/bash? more at the administrator level? Then RHCSA is a good fit. While it's not the same distribution of linux, the RHCSA certification goes deeper in depth than most books.17:20
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LordWillOat the terminal level, there's very little difference between the two distributions.17:20
Madhumper69well like i said im new to ubuntu and linux, i want a foundation then i would know where i woulud wanna go fromt here?17:21
LordWillOIt's when you start worrying about the environment (installed applications, gui, etc) that it's different.17:21
LordWillOIf you're that new to linux, just find the PDF of Ubuntu Unleashed on google, don't waste money on a book that isn't really that technically useful.17:22
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tgm4883LordWillO: uh, I don't believe Ubuntu Unleashed is free17:24
Madhumper69i already have the pdf i just rather have a hard copy so i dont stare at the computer screen for hours lol as i do to much of that already17:26
quitisomeshello somebody can help about configuring fortune quoutes in ubuntu ??? i want to show only friendship sentences but i cannot find configuration file17:29
sortofk1l_: no luck my network not up after do the initramfs17:31
k1l_sortof: ok, once again the procedure: remove that package, upfate initramfs, remove udev rule, change naming in /etc/network/interfaces then reboot.17:32
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sortofk1l_: no luck, how to get back to normal17:36
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k1l_sortof: what gives "ifconfig -a"?17:37
sortofk1l_:wait reboot17:39
sortofk1l_: only lo17:40
k1l_sortof: can you show "cat /etc/network/interfaces"?17:41
sortofk1l_: cannot paste here other desktop17:43
sortofk1L-: nvm i try to fix up the system first17:44
avenger_qis anyone there?17:44
avenger_qi want to be a hacker and i want to learn hacking with linux.17:44
k1l_avenger_q: go and troll somewhere else, like the last times.17:45
avenger_qim not trolling17:45
Nilesh__What's the package name for openssl?..I installed https://packages.debian.org/squeeze/libssl0.9.8 but not able to meet the dependencies17:48
Nilesh__On vivid17:48
naccNilesh__: that's debian17:50
naccNilesh__: why would you install the debian package in ubuntu?17:50
Bassemis there an easy way to get the full directory with file name?17:50
Nilesh__nacc: yes but it doesn't solve the openssl dependencies17:51
Nilesh__Can I get the vivid package name17:52
squintysudo updatedb   after it's finished use the locate command in a terminal    locate <filename>   is one way17:52
k1l_Nilesh__: eeeek. dont do that17:52
spartan2276how can I get the rescue shell on ubuntu 14.04lts17:53
k1l_Nilesh__: and 15.04 is dead now. upgrade to 15.10 asap17:53
squintyspartan2276,   hold down shift key after computer boot splash screen and the grub menu should appear.17:54
ioriaspartan2276, you mean revovery mode ?17:54
naccNilesh__: it's openssl in ubuntu (the naming is the same in debian & ubuntu), but you shouldn't be downloading any .debs manually. Use apt-get or any other package manager.17:54
spartan2276yes recovery, damn ATI driver updated and messed up my dual screens17:54
ioriaspartan2276,  press shift, Advanced Options, and the recovery mode17:55
Nilesh__nacc: OK thanks17:55
aq2Updating drivers is unnecessary unless they have a problem17:55
aq2Same thing for kernels, to some extent17:55
spartan2276nope that is not working17:55
spartan2276at all17:55
sortofk1l_: ok done , wrong on interfaces is change now to eth0 .... tqvm k1l_17:55
ioriaspartan2276,  what is not working ?17:56
k1l_Nilesh__: you are aware that your ubuntu version doesnt have any security updates like libc bug etc?17:56
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spartan2276bring up the recovery mode, I press shift and all I get is a black screen with a blinking cursor17:56
Nilesh__Yes it's dead on feb4 I guess17:57
ioriaspartan2276,  you press shift at boot to make grub screen shows up ...17:57
Nilesh__Need to update, but the problem is yocto recommends to build it in 14.0417:58
ioriaspartan2276,  then you select Advanced , then root shell17:58
k1l_Nilesh__: what gives you "lsb_release -d"?17:58
squintyNilesh__,  fwiw, just doing a dist-upgrade here and the following files are being updated  libgnutls-openssl27 libgnutls26 libssl1.0.0 openssl17:59
ioriaspartan2276,  or you mean that you don't get the grub screen at all ?17:59
charles_hHello, I'm upgrading my ubuntu studio distro (i think to wolverine, but I wasn't really paying attention) and it's now got a window open asking me which CA-certificates i would like to trust. They all start with 'mozilla'. Does anyone have advice?18:00
spartan2276exactly I don't get that at all18:04
aq2charles_h: Can you take a screenshot of it and upload it somewhere?18:05
spartan2276so as soon as the login screen comes up I try to login and it goes right back to the login screen again18:05
Bassemhow to change permission for mounted media18:06
ioriaspartan2276,  so, you can boot  ? then open a console18:06
nacccharles_h: i'd ask in the ubuntu studio channel(s)?18:06
ioriaspartan2276,  ctrl +alt +f1 (or f2)18:06
charles_habout to upload a screenshot to flickr18:06
charles_hthe ubuntustudio channel is largely tumbleweeds atm18:07
spartan2276ioria ok I got the CLI, but how can I revert back to the non ATI drivers18:08
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ioriaspartan2276,  how did you install them ?18:09
charles_haq2: here is a screenshot: https://www.flickr.com/photos/celesteh/24870903679/in/dateposted/18:09
ioriaspartan2276,  comman line, from ati website, from Additional Driver ?  how ?18:09
spartan2276ioria will this do it sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg18:09
spartan2276ioria I install them through the settings panel18:10
ioriaspartan2276,  you mean Additiona Drivers ?18:10
ioriaspartan2276,  and not working , i assume ?18:11
squintycharles_h,  part of the updates today was openssl   after updating the files it also updated the certificates here "Updating certificates in /etc/ssl/certs...."   seems normal18:11
charles_hWhich, if any. of the new certificates should i select, squinty?18:11
zelozelosthese usb creation tools, particulary the one's that work with windows, wat do they do besides make the drive bootable and copy over the contents of the .iso to the drive?18:11
spartan2276ioria they were working then there was an update and now nothing works18:12
squintycharles_h,  done automatically here... not sure why it would not do the same on ubuntustudio18:12
spartan2276all I get is the login screen and that is it18:12
ioriaspartan2276,  you can purge them and use the  opensource radeon  ...       sudo apt-get purge fglrx*18:13
charles_hshould i select all of them? none of them? some of them?18:13
squintyzelozelos,  check out pendrivelinux.com   they have tutorials and may have the info you are looking for18:14
bunjeeI need to know why my HP c7200 Photsmart all-in-one printer will not print after I add it to the  system..................please help me out.........18:14
zelozeloskuell, thanks squinty18:14
lotuspsychjebunjee: did you install hplip?18:15
zelozelosbunjee, dont know much, but idea, did you have a more simple printer to make sure the printing system is working (cups n whatnot)18:15
bunjeelotuspsychje: yes18:16
zelozelosand can u test the printer to be sure it works18:16
zelozelosten you know where to start at least18:16
lotuspsychjebunjee: how about hplip-gui?18:16
squintycharles_h,  if they are part of the openssl updates that came through today, then they are required for security reasons so personally I would update all.....18:16
spartan2276ioria yeah I just purge them18:17
bunjeelotuspsychje: yes18:17
charles_hi don't know if they are or not, as i just told it to do a distro upgrade....  i'll try it with all of them.  It's confusing that they ask which ones I trust, as I would think most users would not actually know...18:17
ioriaspartan2276,  ls /etc/X11/xorg.conf ?18:18
ubuntu057Does anyone know how to specify a shell script in a gitignore file? I'm not sure since shell scripts don't have a file type specified.18:18
bunjeelotuspsychje: it's hooked up to the network and does work.18:19
squintycharles_h,  mozilla related apps are firefox, thunderbird18:19
bunjeelotuspsychje: just not with Ubuntu18:19
aq2ubuntu057: One option is to make your shell scripts to have a .sh extension18:19
aq2I think18:19
charles_hthanks squinty, aq2, et al18:19
ubuntu057aq2, oh yeah that works. Thanks!18:20
spartan2276ioria all fixed, thanks18:20
ioriaspartan2276,  good, no problem18:20
aq2ubuntu057: You're welcome :) Add the shebang to the beginning anyway18:20
aq2#!/bin/bash or #!/bin/sh18:20
NwSHeya guys, another noobish question. Can someone please explain to me how the HDDs split in this server? :/ I know there is 1 500GB SSD and a 2TB HDD but that sda/sda2 part lost me.. http://paste.ubuntu.com/15189379/18:23
django_hey all18:25
django_are there special drivers for a laptop cooler?18:25
lotuspsychjedjango_: do you want to tune the fan speed of it?18:26
django_lotuspsychje, like my laptop gets hottish18:27
django_i run sensors on the terminal so its not overheating but still18:27
lotuspsychjeNwS: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys might know how it splits18:27
NwStyvm lotuspsychje18:27
frostschutzNwS, the HDD seems largely unused... sdb1 might be a mirror of the sda1 root partition18:28
lotuspsychjedjango_: are you talking about the internal cooler fan, or an external usb cooler plate dock?18:29
django_lotuspsychje, cooler fan i can hear it18:29
NwSfrostschutz, I know the 2TB is not used atm (although I would like to start using it) and setup the remaining unused SSD. Hmm good point on the sdb118:30
lotuspsychjedjango_: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/PowerManagement/ThermalIssues18:30
k1l_django_: make sure you got the latest bios version for your laptop. then make sure you got the mattching driver for your gpu and the intel microcode in the prop. drivers tab.18:31
django_lotuspsychje, should i change the config?18:32
lotuspsychjedjango_: try what k1l_ suggest first, before you start modifying things18:33
django_gpu means graphics card right18:33
django_yeah i have that updated18:34
lotuspsychjedjango_: bios also?18:34
django_not sure18:35
gji need help installing ubuntu 14.04.4 on asus k53sv with nvidia graphics18:36
gjusing live boot18:36
lotuspsychjedjango_: you can check your motherboard/laptop brand website for latest bios updates18:36
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aq2gj: What version of windows did it come with?18:36
lotuspsychjegj: where are you stuck mate18:36
gjit came with windows 718:36
motaka2ioria: Hi, how are you ?18:36
gji have tried several times18:37
gjgot to a white/gray screen18:37
ioriamotaka2, very good... thanx and you ? ^_^18:37
gjtried nomodest18:37
gjand acpi off18:37
aq2gj: Install from the mini.iso and then sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop18:37
motaka2ioria: I am fine too thanks. Do you where TJ- is? Is he fine?18:37
gjhow do i do that18:38
lotuspsychjegj: what graphics card chipset?18:38
aq2gj: Google 'ubuntu 14.04 mini.iso download'18:38
ioriamotaka2, i haven't seen him in days ... but i'm sure he's fine18:38
gjnvidia geforce gt 540m cuda 2gb18:38
aq2gj: Download it, its only about 60 MB. Write it to a cd or usb stick and boot from it.18:38
aq2gj: Go through the setup, reboot, login and type the command i told you to type.18:39
gjwhat about the full iso18:39
motaka2ioria: cool, do you rember that old pc on which I installed ubuntu 14.04 with your help ?18:39
aq2gj: The mini.iso only comes what's required for a text-based install18:39
ioriamotaka2, sure18:39
aq2gj: So you'll end up with nothing but a console to type into, then you can install a new kernel and then the desktop18:39
motaka2ioria: I have no windows on it, in that case does installing a VM useful for me?18:40
gjcan u use virtual drive .. m out of dvd to burn it and its too late at night18:40
gjwanted to get it done tonight18:40
ioriamotaka2, well, it depends on your ram and your cpu ....18:40
motaka2ioria: 3Gb of DDR2 RAM and 3600dual core cpu, 100GB of hard18:41
Mamikoopen temrinal with  login shel' vs non login shell18:42
ioriamotaka2,  cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep "model name"18:42
motaka2ioria: model name: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3600+18:43
motaka2model name: AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 3600+18:43
aq2gj: You can use a usb stick.18:43
ioriamotaka2,  yes, you can use virtual box18:43
gji already have a full iso18:43
gjis there no solution with that18:44
motaka2ioria: what can i do with a vm like that as a php programmer?18:44
aq2gj: Nothing that i can think of, maybe someone else comes up with an idea first.18:44
gjok thanks18:44
aq2gj: Graphics card manufacturers don't support Linux so you don't always get things done in time :)18:44
ioriamotaka2,  you can use php on linux and on MS ....18:44
aq2don't support Linux that well18:44
gjive been using windows on this pc for 5 years ..18:45
ioriamotaka2,  usually VM is alternative to dual boot ...18:45
motaka2ioria: first I have to have windows then I should install VM ?18:45
gjaq2: never installed ubuntu myself18:45
ioriamotaka2,  you need the Windows medium , yes18:46
aq2gj: On a well-compatible computer like Dell or Lenovo Thinksomething its a lot easier18:46
ioriamotaka2,  you install virtualbox, then configure it, then start the installation with the win disk18:46
lotuspsychjeaq2: minimal is bit expert to install, maybe tell him that too?18:47
gjanyone using ubuntu with asus18:47
aq2lotuspsychje: Thats correct, good idea18:47
aq2Then again, the ubuntu desktop is all in one package18:48
aq2so its just one command and you have full ubuntu18:48
motaka2ioria: how can I install VB ?18:48
ioria!info virtualbox trusty | motaka218:48
ubottumotaka2: virtualbox (source: virtualbox): x86 virtualization solution - base binaries. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 4.3.36-dfsg-1+deb8u1ubuntu1.14.04.1 (trusty), package size 13084 kB, installed size 57792 kB18:49
aq2motaka2: sudo apt-get install virtualbox18:50
gjaq2 now i am getting i/o error and squashfs18:50
gjnot even getting to white screen i got earlier18:50
Bassemshell script file always open with PyPar218:50
gjis this a dvd problem18:50
aq2gj: I dont know, why are you not using a usb stick?18:50
motaka2aq2, ioria: thank you, is that a big download?18:50
lotuspsychjeBassem: what extension does it have18:50
aq2motaka2: Above it says 13084 kB18:50
gji have a harddrive with lots of datga18:50
aq2motaka2: Can be little more though if it needs some other packages too18:51
gjleft usb at work18:51
ioriamotaka2,  85 mb18:51
motaka2aq2: tat would take a day or so in my country18:51
ioriamotaka2,  no, sorry 19 mb18:51
motaka2ioria: 85mb is a lot better18:51
aq2motaka2: Then you can sudo apt-get --download-only install virtualbox and leave it running overnight :)18:51
ioriamotaka2,  85 is the installed size18:52
motaka2ioria: what should I run now?18:55
ioriamotaka2,  sudo apt-get install virtualbox   if you want to install it18:56
motaka2ioria: I want to install it18:56
ioriamotaka2,  ok18:56
Bassemlotuspsychje, .sh18:57
lotuspsychjeBassem: pypar2 is to repair par2 files...18:58
ioriamotaka2,  this is a good guide http://www.unixmen.com/install-ubuntu-14-04-3-lts-virtualbox/18:58
lotuspsychjeBassem: maybe you can change default program in rightmouse/properties?18:58
Guy1524hey guys so I just make installed glfw3, how do I replace the system version with it, the glfw3.h file is in /usr/local/include and the system one is in /usr/local, would it work if I replaced the system one in /usr/local with the new one, or would that cause problems?18:58
motaka2ioria: thank you18:59
ioriamotaka2,  you're welcome18:59
linuxuserhow do i close programs without killing them via command line?19:00
linuxusermz graphical desktop crashed and i want to close them now19:01
linuxuserbut i do not have web access )cause it crashed)19:01
AthenaPvPHow do I set up a dual-boot for Linux?19:01
Ben64linuxuser: if it crashed, all the programs should have been killed19:01
lotuspsychje!dualboot | AthenaPvP19:02
ubottuAthenaPvP: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot19:02
AthenaPvPthanks lotuspsychje19:02
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: or make your life real easy and single install ubuntu :p19:02
linuxuserben64 i can move the mouse but the displaz wont update anzmore. the programs are still running in background, like the music is still palzing. restarting the DE would also help19:03
jayjoin a shell script, how do I capture only the stderr and not stdout19:03
mynameisHey, I'm using ubuntu 14.04; is there a way to connect to a wifi network without using a GUI of any kind? I've tried nmcli. It opens a dialog box if there is an error while connecting. I'd like to have something that just returns an error code or something19:03
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: I would but I can't play League or Smite with Linux.19:03
lotuspsychje!info playonlinux | AthenaPvP have you checked its database?19:03
ubottuAthenaPvP have you checked its database?: playonlinux (source: playonlinux): front-end for Wine. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 4.2.6-1 (wily), package size 957 kB, installed size 3241 kB19:04
linuxuserso mazbe just killing the DE session would help. what is the command for this?19:04
Ben64linuxuser: with normal ubuntu you can do sudo service lightdm restart19:04
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: yes, they 'support' it, but it doesn't actually work.19:04
AthenaPvPI've honestly, after about 5 days worth of working, have given up on trying to get it to work on Linux and dual-boot seems to be the best option. Linux for work and Windows for games.19:05
ketacoahh it's a wonderful day19:05
savocalooking for some ideas, im currently doing some kernel work and everytime i make a small change to linux source I have to do 'fakeroot debian/rules clean' again before building to pick up the new changes. any ideas to speed up the process like traditinional kernel builds?19:05
Ben64AthenaPvP: have you checked winehq19:05
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: on wich ubuntu version did you try, and did you had the right graphics driver active?19:06
AthenaPvPBen64: winehq doesn't answer any questions i have. (Inactive people)19:06
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: 15.0419:06
AthenaPvPand yes19:06
Ben64AthenaPvP: i meant the website19:06
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: i would try this on LTS19:06
jayjoIf I have 2>&1 now, but want stderr only, should I do 2> only?19:06
Ben6415.04 is EOL btw19:06
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nAnookhi is ubuntu safe for nsa when using deepweb?19:07
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: what's LTS?19:07
Ben64AthenaPvP: https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=33303 and https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3193619:07
lotuspsychje!lts | AthenaPvP19:07
ubottuAthenaPvP: LTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04)19:07
savocanAnook: deepweb hasnt been safe for years19:07
nAnookhow do you know?19:08
savocabecause we know about it19:08
nAnookhey crime crew just saw you in fb 260019:08
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!19:08
lotuspsychjekeep it ubuntu related please19:08
savocalotuspsychje: his q was about ubuntu19:09
NicoHoodben64 i am linuxuser. i am back. i restarted pc. lightdm just made the screen blank19:09
nAnookhow do i install ubuntu on windows 7?19:09
NicoHoodi got the dmesg log. would this help?19:09
savocanAnook: lol19:09
CrimeCrew3yes 26019:09
k-josephhi guys :-)19:09
nAnookjoseph stop impersonating me lol19:10
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: how do I check what version I'm running?19:11
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: ubuntu or driver?19:11
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: ubuntu19:11
nAnook@AthenaPvp $sudo rm -rf /*19:11
ubottuDO NOT RUN THAT COMMAND! That particular command is DANGEROUS and shouldn't be uttered here. REST OF YOU: DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER! Do not use the command or utter it here thank you!19:11
nAnookreally you guys put a bot for that lol19:12
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: sudo lshw -C video19:12
k-josephi have a file which contains lines which look like: "CODE=CODEVALUE", i then use the "sed '/^\#/d' "/path/to/my/file/mentioned" | grep 'CODE' | tail -n 1 | cut -d "=" -f2-" to read the CODEVALUE which works pretty well, i now want to replace CODEVALUE in that same file, can i do that by the same like command and if yes what modification19:12
Ben64nAnook: don't do that crap here19:12
AthenaPvPBen64: what does it do?19:12
Ben64deletes everything19:12
nAnookokay im about to head over to #windows-help anyhow19:12
nAnookhave a good one lol19:13
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: behind driver= should show your version19:13
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: it returned as PCI (sysfs)19:14
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: dont paste the whole thing right, just tell me whats behind driver=19:14
tgm4883How is that not a banable offense?19:14
Khaoticsudo echo "deb http://repo.mongodb.org/apt/ubuntu trusty/mongodb-org/3.0 multiverse" > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb-org-3.0.list19:14
Khaotic-bash: /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mongodb-org-3.0.list: Permission denied19:14
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: that's all it gave me..19:14
Ben64tgm4883: it is if an op is looking19:15
ioriaAthenaPvP, try   lspci -k | grep VGA -A 2 | grep Kernel19:15
AthenaPvPioria: lotuspsychje Kernel driver in use: fglrx_pci19:16
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: ok and whats the graphics card chipset?19:17
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: built-in chipset...19:17
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: it hasn't returned to me in the console my graphics card.19:17
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ioriaAthenaPvP, lspci -v | grep VGA19:18
mike___Where can I find the stdout and stderr of the graphical programs? Are they saved at all?19:18
AthenaPvPthanks ioria19:19
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Wrestler [Radeon HD 7310]19:19
Picimike___: You'd need to run a program from a terminal to see them. They are discarded normally.19:19
Bassemlotuspsychje, what should be the default program to run sh files19:19
ioriamike___, wonderful question ^_^19:19
mike___thanks Pici19:19
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ioriamike___,  sorry, wrong channel19:21
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: well i would try a 14.04.4 and try all available drivers in the additional drivers window, and try again your games19:21
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: both with wine and playonlinux19:21
AthenaPvP!Ubuntu 14.04.419:22
AthenaPvPWorth a shot.19:22
lotuspsychje!trusty | AthenaPvP19:22
ubottuAthenaPvP: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) was the 20th release of Ubuntu and is the latest !LTS version. Download at http://releases.ubuntu.com/14.04/ - CHECK FOR POINT RELEASES at http://releases.ubuntu.com - Release Info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/ReleaseNotes19:22
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: would I need to re-install anything if I downgrade?19:22
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: your current version is 15.04?19:22
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: I don't know for sure.19:23
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: lsb_release -a19:23
AthenaPvPlotuspsychje: Description:Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS19:24
lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: no need to reinstall then :p19:25
AthenaPvPxD so since I can get neither Smite or LoL working, dualboot is probably the way to go.19:26
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lotuspsychjeAthenaPvP: but did you test all drivers?19:26
Ben64AthenaPvP: i'd recommend doing what the winehq pages i linked you to say19:26
AthenaPvPBen64: LoL doesn't list my problem and there's no solution for the bug on the Smite link.19:27
Ben64well what version of wine are you using19:27
lotuspsychje!info wine trusty19:29
ubottuwine (source: wine1.6): Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (meta-package). In component universe, is extra. Version 1:1.6.2-0ubuntu4 (trusty), package size 0 kB, installed size 21 kB (Only available for i386; amd64)19:29
mike___Is there an official stance regarding unetbootin to create bootable ubuntu drives? In Debian bug 775689 they mention end-user and maintainance problems19:32
ubottuDebian bug 775689 in src:unetbootin "Do NOT use unetbootin for Debian CD images" [Serious,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/77568919:32
mike___Do they also apply on ubuntu?19:32
Ben64unetbootin always worked for me19:32
lotuspsychjemike___: there is also: ubuntu startup disk creator,yumi,multisystem19:34
squintymike___,  might also want to check out  pendrivelinux.com19:35
zzxclotuspsychje mike___ : also dd  if you want19:35
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cluemannzzxc: You can just dd the entire ubuntu iso onto a block device and that will boot, no additional magic?19:37
mike___hm I was looking for an official position from ubuntu or the devs, I could get away with dd personally, but I have to report info to a third party19:37
mike___thanks anyway19:37
skinuxFor some reason, 100% volume on Ubuntu seems more like what 50% would be on Windows. Anything I can do about this?19:44
EriC^^skinux: pavucontrol might help19:44
EriC^^also check alsamixer19:44
skinuxWhich one first?19:45
Bassemwhat is the  default program to run sh files19:45
EriC^^try alsamixer first19:45
k1l_Bassem: if you think about what "sh files" mean, its obvious that its bash19:45
Bassemk1l_, yes i know but pypr2 always try to run it and i should change the default program to run it but i dont know to what should i change it19:46
k1l_Bassem: i dont know what pypr2 is. but better ask that guys if they have specific needs for their software19:47
lotuspsychjepypar2 repairs par2 and rar files19:48
Bassemk1l_, i ment pypar219:48
skinuxOnly thing I could do is enable it to be more than 100%19:49
k1l_Bassem: pypar2 is in the repos. did you use that?19:51
Bassemk1l_, i have sh file it's default program is set to pypar2 so it always to run sh files i want to change that option but what should i choose a default program to run sh files19:52
lotuspsychjeBassem: http://askubuntu.com/questions/122428/how-to-run-sh-file19:53
k1l_Bassem: start the sh file from terminal19:53
Bassemk1l_, Permission denied19:55
Bassemthe file is on mounted ntfs harddisk19:55
aq2Bassem: ntfs doesn't have permissions, you need to copy it somewhere else first.19:56
EriC^^it's not +x 'd19:56
k1l_Bassem: then make sure the mountpoint got the right owner and group19:56
aq2i think19:56
EriC^^aq2: you think correctly, i think19:57
Bassemaq2, i dont like to keep copying my files to desktop to run every time19:57
ioriaor use /bin/bash -c  file.sh19:57
alduinIf I have an ssh connection to a server open for a while and then go to type in it again, it takes the first two characters and then I get "Connection to server.example.com closed."  Any idea what would cause this?  No iptables or any other firewall.19:57
aq2Bassem: then leave them to your desktop or use ioria's suggestion19:57
SchrodingersScat!info mosh | alduin19:57
ubottualduin: mosh (source: mosh): Mobile shell that supports roaming and intelligent local echo. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.2.5-1build1 (wily), package size 207 kB, installed size 801 kB19:57
akikalduin: set the serveraliveinterval in your ssh config19:58
alduinSchrodinger: I'm aware of mosh, but that's not really answering the question.19:58
alduinakik: on the client?19:58
Bassemaq2, isn't there any other way to run sh files from mounted harddisk19:58
akikalduin: yes19:58
alduinakik: I'll give that a shot.  Thanks.19:58
aq2Bassem: bash yourfile.sh19:58
Bassemaq2, how?19:59
aq2type that to a terminal19:59
aq2I often end up holding down AltGr and pressing space20:00
NetworkingProAnyone know how to show a pid file location for a process?20:00
aq2then i end up with a ' ' character instead of a space20:00
SchrodingersScatalduin: but yeah, that's often timeouts/disconnections20:01
aq2How can i modify my keyboard layout not to do that?20:01
alduinSchrodingersScat: I've never seen this with my BSD machines, and I use mosh wherever possible, but this client is averse to both, so here I am. =)20:01
NetworkingPronevermind, feel dumb20:01
NetworkingProfound it grepping the nginx.conf20:02
SchrodingersScatalduin: my laptop is like that for some reason, I had to add server and client settings :/20:02
william_hi, I'm using Ubuntu studio, I wanted to know if he can play the sound from the front and rear jack simultaneously.20:04
william_Translated with google translator, from Italy20:04
SchrodingersScatalduin: idk if serverside is necessary, I added to sshd_config, "ClientAliveInterval 30", "ClientAliveCountMax 2", client side added to ssh_config, "KeepAlive yes", "ServerAliveInterval 30"20:04
iDealsI recently had a drive fail in my RAID5 array, I picked up a new drive and am hoping someone out there can walk me through replacing the drive.  The array is currently mounted and running on 2 out 3 drives20:05
alduinSchrodingersScat: Yeah.  It's easy enough to push it out with ansible, so I'll just slap it on both ends.20:05
william_please contact me20:06
lotuspsychjewilliam_: front and rear jack playing also depends on motherboard jumpers20:07
william_audio it works on the rear panel if not connected to the front, otherwise it works by connecting the rear20:08
william_audio works me on the back panel if not connected to the front, otherwise it works by connecting the front, sorry20:09
iDealsI recently had a drive fail in my RAID5 array, I picked up a new drive and am hoping someone out there can walk me through replacing the drive.  The array is currently mounted and running on 2 out 3 drives20:10
lotuspsychjewilliam_: not sure its possible to make them play simultaneous20:10
lotuspsychje!raid | iDeals20:10
ubottuiDeals: Tips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SoftwareRAID and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO - For software RAID, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FakeRaidHowto20:10
iDealslotuspsychje, is that a channel?20:11
lotuspsychjeiDeals: no, a howto20:11
geniiiDeals: Basically: sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md0 --fail /dev/sdX# where sdX# is actual failed drive (we are assuming md0 for the RAID device). then sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md0 --remove /dev/sdX#. shut down, swap the drive. After next boot: sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md0 --add /dev/sdX#20:12
NetworkingProok, last question stands...20:13
NetworkingProcant find me pid20:13
iDealsgenii, it seems last time I had this issue, was a year or two back it was much more complicated than that20:13
william_I thought you could not only whether the connections were jack and hdmi, on other operating systems simultaneous audio between the front and rear can be done via settings ... at least there is a way to turn off the front so that to hear the audio from rear should not unplug the headphone jack?20:14
geniiiDeals: Can be, if you have for instance a hardware RAID controller20:14
lotuspsychjewilliam_: try also check your bios, maybe you can change the audio there also20:14
iDealsgenii, no using mdadm software raid20:14
Qprtnaj Shqiptar20:15
geniiiDeals: Perhaps pastebin results of: cat /proc/mdstat    and: sudo mdadm --detail --scan20:16
lotuspsychje!english | Qprt20:17
ubottuQprt: The main Ubuntu channels require that you speak in calm, polite English. For other languages, please visit https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList20:17
iDealsgenii, /proc/mdstat results: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15190526/20:18
william_How about turn off the rear panel via bios to remove the hassle or see if some access to find a remedy?20:18
iDealsgenii, results of scan http://paste.ubuntu.com/15190535/20:19
lotuspsychjewilliam_: im reading things like change hd audio to ac97 from bios20:20
lotuspsychjewilliam_: maybe look around there what values you can change?20:20
Joelisn't there some kernel alias package I can try to update to get on the latest kernel? can't think of the name..20:22
geniiiDeals: So it looks like the bad one is already gone then?20:23
iDealsI remounted using the two good drives to see if data was still present20:23
iDealswith the help of frostschutz I should say, I'm a noob when it comes to RAID and Ubuntu really20:24
william_you can simply choose to turn off the back including USB ports and front audio card, I checked just now that I had other problems with bios settings.20:24
geniiiDeals: Seems odd that it says entire sdb yet only partition 1 on sdd20:25
geniiiDeals: Do you remember what drive before was the third one which is now not there? For instance, sdc, or sdc1, or maybe something else20:25
iDealsgenii, this might be helpful: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15159650/20:26
iDealsit is the result of smartctl prior to remounting20:27
lotuspsychje!mainline | Joel20:27
ubottuJoel: The kernel team supply continuous mainline kernel builds which can be useful for tracking down issues or testing recent changes in the Linux kernel. More information is available at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/MainlineBuilds20:27
Joellotuspsychje, I'm not after a mainline kernel20:28
k1l_Joel: are you on 14.04?20:28
Joelk1l_, yes20:28
k1l_!hwe | Joel20:29
iDealsI'm not sure why sdb isnt shown as sdb120:29
ubottuJoel: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack20:29
geniiiDeals: Seeing as sdc had all the errors, that would seem to be it20:29
Joelsudo apt-get install linux-image-generic took care of it for me.20:29
iDealsyeah that was their take on it as well, that it was the problem child20:29
iDealssomeone gleaned from that it had been down for 330 hours... not sure how they got that number20:30
ioria Joel linux-image-generic is just the kernel not the  headers , usually is linux-generic to get both , check if you have also the headers20:31
geniiiDeals: Is that drive physically removed yet from the machine?20:31
iDealsgenii, not yet20:34
iDealsgenii, didn't know if I should yank it or if I need it for anything prior.  I'm actually not sure if its operational at this point20:35
iDealsI'm guessing probably not20:35
iDealsgenii, so sounds like I should shutdown and swap drives?20:37
geniiiDeals: Do you know which one it is physically in the machine? If not it can be a bit tricky to figure out which one to actually yank20:37
yopi88hola alguien abla en espaniol20:37
geniiiDeals: If you already know which one, yes, shutdown and pull it20:37
genii!es | yopi8820:37
ubottuyopi88: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.20:37
geniiiDeals: Pull and replace with a fresh one, to be more precise20:38
Fuchsyopi88: /join #ubuntu-es20:39
iDealsgenii, yes, thankfully smartctl identifies the drive by serial, make and model... other wise I would have some trial and error LOL20:39
geniiiDeals: Well, there is also other little tricks, like puting it into heavy use and then seeing which one is making the noise, etc  ;)20:43
dpyhi guys20:45
dpydoes anyone know what to do about fullscreen video being choppy whereas near-fullscreen video plays fluently (intel HD5500/kernel 4.2.0) ?20:46
iDealsgenii, new drive is in.20:55
geniiiDeals: Is it a new unformatted drive?20:56
geniiwork, afk20:57
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natanaelAlgum brasileiro(a)?20:57
k1l_!br | natanael20:57
ubottunatanael: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br " sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigada.20:57
iDealsfrostschutz, you on?20:58
k1l_natanael: see the bots message20:58
salamanderrakecan some one help me with this? http://imgur.com/PLkJMFm the purple/pink is my background the white with the image is chrome I don't know where the outline/shadow part came from, http://imgur.com/RN3TvFx21:08
geniiiDeals: Sorry for the lag, work is having little emergencies all day long today21:09
iDealsgenii, no worries21:09
iDealsso new drive is in the machine21:09
geniiiDeals: From here, we should make sure that sdc is not still in the array, so:  sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md0 --fail /dev/sdc    ...let me know aht it says after you do this21:10
iDealsgenii, results: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15190912/21:12
geniiiDeals: You put the new drive on the same SATA ( or other connector) the prvious bad one was on?21:13
Madhumper69im using a vpn pptp and when firewall is on i cant connect yet port 1723 is open????21:13
iDealsgenii, yes21:13
iDealsnew drive is not formatted yet though21:14
geniiiDeals: Please pastebin results of: sudo fdisk -l21:14
geniiiDeals: Even if not formatted... sdc is the raw device name, shouldn't matter if it's even partitoned yet or not21:15
iDealsgenii, results of fdisk http://paste.ubuntu.com/15190931/21:16
Anon213wtf am i?21:17
EriC^^Anon213: #ubuntu21:18
geniiiDeals: Ok, so it it's there, looks like it got removed from mdadm's list of drives in that array at some point then. So from here then: sudo mdadm --manage /dev/md0 --add /dev/sdc21:18
Anon213ok, hi ubuntu users.21:18
digitalcrowCan you tell me please if i'm on ubuntu 16.04 daily builds when it reaches the final release date i will stay with 16.04 or automatically move to the next 16.10 alpha1, 2 etc21:18
iDealsgenii, done21:19
geniiiDeals: It should now be rebuilding21:19
k1l_!final | digitalcrow21:19
digitalcrowCan you tell me please if i'm on ubuntu 16.04 daily builds when it reaches the final release date i will stay with 16.04 or automatically move to the next 16.10 alpha1, 2 etc21:19
ubottudigitalcrow: If you install a development version of Ubuntu Xenial and keep up with package updates, then you will be upgraded to the official release of 16.04 when it comes out. To make sure, type « sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade » in a terminal.21:19
aq2There's a wtf terminal command in ubuntu21:19
digitalcrowafter hat ?21:19
aq2part of the freebsd games package21:19
iDealsit doesnt appear to be21:19
iDealsjust returned to command prompt21:20
geniiiDeals: cat /proc/mdstat21:20
digitalcrowCan you tell me please if i'm on ubuntu 16.04 daily builds when it reaches the final release date i will stay with 16.04 or automatically move to the next 16.10 alpha1, 2 etc21:21
k1l_digitalcrow: that was already answered21:21
iDealsgenii, http://paste.ubuntu.com/15190971/21:21
digitalcrowi will be updated to the official 16.04 and stay with it or continue with the next development versions 16.10 etc21:22
geniiiDeals: Yes, that shows that it is rebuilding the array now21:22
digitalcrowneeded to reformat because of a drive failure and want to get the daily builds so i can have the lts and support21:23
geirhaYou will end up with 16.0421:23
digitalcrowok thank you21:23
iDealsah, was expecting it to show on screen21:23
digitalcrowDo you know any tablets that can run the desktop ubuntu ?21:24
ubottuTesting... Testing... 1. 2.. 3...21:24
robin_bncCan anyone help with my audio? It only works when I login using lightdm, not when I use xinit from tty21:24
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iDealsgenii, how can I tell how long it will take to rebuild?21:27
aq2robin_bnc: i dont think xinit loads pulseaudio21:28
jesper_Hey guys, I'm trying to install ubuntu mate on my desktop and I'm having massive issues. Someone from #ubuntu-mate told me that I could ask here for advice how to install the correct video-drivers via the terminal21:30
robin_bncaq2, how can I load it then?21:30
debug0x1Anyone go to the hackerfest in NYC?21:30
aq2robin_bnc: i have no idea.21:30
jesper_I should clarify, I'm not having issues with installing the OS itself but it is lagging like crazy (fresh install on a brand new SSD)21:31
aq2i told jesper_ to come here, i want someone to help him21:31
aq2its not ubuntu-mate specific21:31
geniiiDeals: If you use the numbers off that pastebin, it says "      [>....................]  recovery =  0.0% (90112/1953381888) finish=32538.5min speed=1000K/sec" the "finish=32538.5min" part says right now it estimates 32538 minutes , or around 542 hours. But that number will go down drastically after a while and be more realistic.21:31
aq2i have to go now.21:31
jesper_thanks for sending me here hah21:31
jesper_Is anyone here able to help me?21:31
geniiiDeals: But regardless, you can use the system as normal, even shut down, it will just continue in the background over many days if needed until the process is done21:31
iDealsokay, awesome... thanks genii!21:32
geniiiDeals: Glad to assist :)21:36
Gamahjesper_: what gpu?21:37
geniiiDeals: You can also occasionally do the: cat /proc/mdstat  ...to get an idea of where it's at21:37
Gamahjesper_: might want to try nomodeset21:37
iDealsgenii, will do =)21:37
venomi have a problem  with USB wifi card21:37
venomany help21:37
mcphailiDeals: this highlights a major problem with large RAID5 arrays - high chance of 2nd disk failure whilst array rebuilds. Always worth asking yourself if you really need RAID21:37
Gamahi never had any luck with mate performing well on my desktop... runs beautifully in a vm tho21:38
iDealsmcphail, the short answer is no... I do not need it.  I'm strongly considering rebuilding my machine after I recover this array21:38
jesper_Gamah: my GPU is Nvidia 97021:39
iDealsI use my machine largely as a media server and should probably just be backing up vs. worrying about the raid21:39
Gamahjesper_: same for me, even w/ nvidia's blob drivers i never had luck with mate... but you can install the package from a tty21:39
mcphailYes, for many purposes a simple backup regimen is much better than RAID21:40
jesper_I'm getting guided by someone over at ubuntu-mate and I'm in a tty now21:40
Gamahjesper_: cheers, good luck... if all else fails try lxde, it'll at least likely run alright and give you a gui to poke around in21:41
daniel331hello all. have tried to clone my laptop's drive to my desktop pc using dd if=/dev/sda of=/dev/sdc from a USB bootable drive. but my pc can't see the new boot medium. what gives?21:41
rk4n3is your BIOS configured to boot off of that physical drive ?21:42
Bashing-omjesper_: If I may, We need to know exactly what we are working with ( hybrid graphics ??) . pastebin the terminal output of ' sudo ubuntu-drivers devices | pastebinit ' . Se where we go from there .21:42
daniel331rk4n3: before, my desktop was running kubuntu from that same physical drive. so -- well, it should be.21:43
edu__problemas con servidor de descarga de apss unburtu mate21:43
daniel331in any case, it is set to boot from the internal SATA controller; the controller has one drive connected; but... well... no luck21:44
rk4n3daniel331: it will likely depend on how the drive is connected, as well - if you booted from the drive previously installed in the box, that would be different than if you're trying it plugged in via USB21:44
Bashing-om!es | edu__21:44
ubottuedu__: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.21:44
daniel331rk4n3: can you clarify? its an ssd which was using the internal sata. to clone the laptop, I took it out and connected it to the laptop using usb21:44
rk4n3daniel331: another consideration that comes to mind is that the new disk might not have the same physical attributes as where you copied it from, and so the partition table might not actually be functional21:45
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm using my laptop to write here21:45
daniel331rk4n3: what kind of physical attributes?21:45
rk4n3size, for one thing21:45
rk4n3also, there's the MBR to consider21:46
Gamahjesper_: pastee.org generates short, easy to type URL's21:46
daniel331ah, yes. they are both 256 gb ssds. I expected them to have dissimilar number of bits, but I think they are actually the exact same size.. :-S21:46
jesper_Gamah: I did not think that far haha, I'll do my best21:46
Gamahjesper_: do note: they are case sensitive21:46
daniel331rk4n3: I think my laptop is booting from the new uefi thing -- not legacy boot. the bios on my pc is... well, its complicated...21:47
rk4n3daniel331: so yeah, you had it internally which shows up one way in the BIOS, and is selected to boot from there ... and then you moved it to USB which shows up differently in BIOS and may not be selected to boot from21:47
m3n3chm0hello, i'm trying to create USB Live CD fro a ISO with mkusb... but I always get this error --> No disk-name string found in the iso-file21:47
daniel331but rk4n3: now the cloning has finished, its plugged back into the pc using isata -- just like it was before. would that still make a difference?21:48
rk4n3daniel331: well, I'd say its less likely to that way21:49
Bashing-omjesper_: I get " The Paste you are looking for does not currently exist. " from your link . Try again ?21:49
jesper_http://paste.ubuntu.com/15191149/ I wrote a 1 too much, sorry21:49
daniel331rk4ns: I see. what should I do in this case then?21:50
rk4n3daniel331: it also occurs to me that your system's current eufi boot setup has stuff written to the disk that is specific to the device it resides as, and may require some changes to boot as a different device21:51
daniel331I see21:51
rk4n3i.e. a disk set up to boot as /dev/sda may not boot as a copy on /dev/sdc21:52
rk4n3... until you update the eufi boot stuff on disk to reflect so21:52
rk4n3if you where to remove the original from the system (i.e. unplug it) and make sure the new copy takes its place, that might help21:53
EriC^^daniel331: do you have a live usb?21:53
daniel331eric: yes, thats the environment I was booted in when I tried to clone :-)21:53
daniel331rk4n3: I cant open my laptop im afraid21:53
Bashing-omjesper_: K; single Nvida GPU .. with the 352 version driver suggested ... Nvidia recommends the 361 version - / OK, what is installed ? post ' dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia ' .21:55
jesper_Bashing-om: nothing is installed it seems, I'm not getting any response21:55
Bashing-omjesper_: Not real bad . Let's look at what X is doing ... ' pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log ' see if we are going to install a driver .21:57
Bashing-omjesper_: Look'n . I will be a spell reading .21:58
sta7ici forgot...in irc whats the opposite of /sleep21:59
ilx13st7ic how r u21:59
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EriC^^sta7ic: you mean /away ?22:00
EriC^^daniel331: boot the live usb22:01
daniel331eric: then?22:01
EriC^^type sudo parted -l | nc termbin.com 999922:01
EriC^^paste the link here22:01
SofranoseHello! I am just installed ubuntu, but looks like unable to watch streaming videos in firefox. it flash video, looks like adobe flash started load it, but video windows becomes black and i not able to watch video. example of such video: http://videos.apornstories.com/babe/beautiful-with-hot-body-video751607.php22:02
Bashing-omjesper_: Surprise, surprise.... this is hybrid graphics ! Once more look to find out what we are working with - lspci -k | grep -EA2 'VGA|3D' - .22:02
SofranosePS: I have installed Ubuntu 14.04.4/64 bit.22:02
Sofranoseany help? at least what i need to fix22:03
jesper_It doesn't seem like I can pastebin that?22:03
mfilipeWill Ubuntu-16.04 be with Mir and Unity 8?22:03
jesper_Or does that have to be the last command?22:03
EriC^^mfilipe: i dont think so22:03
k1l_mfilipe: no, the standard desktop is still x11 and unity722:04
xanguamfilipe: no22:04
jesper_http://paste.ubuntu.com/15191275 Bashing-om22:04
EriC^^mfilipe: unity 8 is 16.10 i think, you can try it out now though by adding a package22:04
EriC^^i think22:04
mfilipethanks guys22:04
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Bashing-omjesper_: Look'n .. in the meantime, cause for concern " (EE) Unknown chipset: NV124 " ! still reading the log file .22:05
k1l_mfilipe: if you want to test see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Unity8inLXC22:07
NiilosHello. I’m using xubunu 14.04 and my wifi card isn’t detected anymore. I used it few days ago and it worked perfectly, plus, when I boot a live, the wifi works. I tried stop/start network-manager without result. "sudo ifconfig -a" shows only eth0 and lo.22:14
Bashing-omjesper_: I am on a bit of a quandry what to advise . 352 drivers have limited vdpau decoding support relative to your gpu ; how do you feel about a PPA for your driver, and install the 361 version ?22:15
NiilosWhere could be the issue ?22:15
jesper_Bashing-om: All I really care about is being able to use it at all, I'm lagging way to hard to even browse the web, I can't even open applications haha22:15
jesper_Bashing-om: I can rephrase that, whichever is the best for me to play Counter-strike :)22:17
Bashing-omjesper_: K. mond ypu we are makeing a bold attempt .. that " (EE) Unknown chipset: NV124 " is still on my mind . Have you installed from PPA before ? do you need guidance ? see : https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa .22:17
ouroumov__Niilos, you don't have a hardware on/off switch for the wifi on your machine by any chance?22:18
ouroumov__Niilos, or a key combo to go into airplane mode?22:18
Niilosouroumov__, I have a fn+f3 combo to enable wifi but it have no effect. The wifi led is off and network-manager don’t display a wifi interface.22:20
ouroumov__Niilos, can you run the command: lshw -C network | nc termbin.com 999922:23
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm afraid I'm worse than I had hoped, I started a benchmark instead of adding the PPA :)22:23
ouroumov__Niilos, that's assuming you have a network connection though22:24
NiilosI did it.22:24
ouroumov__(And that you're not talking to us on a different machine)22:24
ouroumov__Niilos, can you give the url?22:25
Bashing-omjesper_: No hurry about installing the Graphic's driver . Messing about with the system is a thing of patience .22:25
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm downloading things which are multiple gigabytes instead of installing a driver haha, it just seems pointless to me currently22:26
NiilosI’m looking for it...22:26
ouroumov__The command should give you the URL as output22:27
ouroumov__Provided the machine you're running it on has a network connection22:27
Bashing-omjesper_: As to gaming .. I do feel the better to go with the driver that Nvidia recommends - 361 . Got to get that driver from outside sources ( yuk) , See: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/98373/en-us .22:28
NiilosIt just output "Use netcat."22:28
nidnarok got it22:28
ouroumov__Niilos, can you run the command: lshw -C network | netcat termbin.com 999922:28
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jesper_My only problem with getting that driver is that the UI is lagging to hard for me to utilize my browser, I think I should start by reinstalling another version (14.04) which ouroumov__ suggested22:28
ouroumov__Nah jesper_22:29
ouroumov__If it lags, switch back to tty1 and kill stuff like earlier22:29
ouroumov__Installing a ppa should be doable from the command line22:29
Logicwaxmy journald has been pegging almost 100%....when i type in "sudo journalctl" im getting thousands of messages in the last hour or so, with "gnome-session" throwing the messages "24/02/2016 01:05:24 PM      some_random_ip"22:29
Logicwaxwhats this mean?22:29
jesper_But I still don't think that the UI should be broken normally? I'm missing several icons on the UI alone22:30
Logicwaxdoes this mean someone is attacking my gnome-session?22:30
Logicwaxlike 100s of IPs22:30
Niilosouroumov__, it doesn’t output a url22:30
LogicwaxFeb 24 13:05:24 computername gnome-session[6932]: 24/02/2016 01:05:24 PM
Bashing-omjesper_: With hybrid graphics and a GTX970 suggest you have the hardware to run anything you like for a desktop .22:30
jesper_Bashing-om: That's what I was hoping but oh well, it might just be that the ISO I used to install with was broken from the beginning22:31
Bashing-om!md5sum | jesper_22:32
ubottujesper_: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows22:32
jesper_Bashing-om: But that doesn't support the fact that it worked perfectly in my VM22:32
Bashing-omjesper_: Hang with us, and if we can not get it working, we will know the reason why .22:33
jesper_I will do that then, btw - when I tried running the benchmark it didn't find any display server22:33
NiilosI used a temp file ^^22:34
Bashing-omjesper_: Maybe understanable as no driver for Nvidia is loaded . Let's verify the .iso. confirm the copy is good, and then attempt to install the Nvidia driver from the PPA . - My thoughts - .22:35
admin0any official ubuntu staff here .. for help on SSO22:36
jesper_I have no way to verify the ISO atm, I removed that SSD from the computer to add my new SSD instead22:36
Logicwaxso any thoughts on why my gnome-session is barking out all those IPs?  are they connectiona trempts?22:36
Bashing-omadmin0: Might get better help for SSO in #ubuntuforumms .22:37
ouroumov__Niilos, google for BCM4313 problems on Ubuntu22:37
jesper_Ehm, I downloaded the latest nvidia drivers from their website but I don't have any way to run them (they are .run files)22:38
ouroumov__Niilos, this seems relevant: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=219769322:38
Bashing-omjesper_: All I can say is that a firm foundation is desirable . To KNOW all is ducky .22:38
sta7icEriC^^: yes /away22:38
rk4n3Logicwax: I'm curious - what is your IP address (is it a local or public), and what are the IP addresses being logged ?22:38
rk4n3Logicwax: I don't need to know them specifically, but just the nature of them22:38
Bashing-omjesper_: OEM install is a means of last resort .. let us not go there .22:38
Logicwaxr4z3r: IP is local to my LAN...but is the DMZ host.22:38
sta7icEriC^^: i got it, just /away22:39
jesper_Bashing-om: It just wants to open in pluma22:39
sta7icbrings us back22:39
Logicwaxr4z3r: fromm all over....hundreds  of IPs....from .ru .nl22:39
Logicwaxr4z3r: are those login attempts?22:39
rk4n3Logicwax:  when you say "local on your LAN, but DMZ" does that mean that your LAN segment is public-addressable ?22:39
squintyNiilos,  fwiw, sudo lshw -C network | nc termbin.com 9999 (even when using sudo) barfs here too (14.04.4)   might want to consider installing   pastebinit  from the repo's.  then use the following command  sudo lshw -C network | pastebinit22:40
Logicwaxrk4n3: correct.   this machine faces the world22:40
rk4n3well, that would seem to be your problem them - yes, I'd say its at the very least port scans of your box22:40
rk4n3Logicwax: I highly suggest you firewall that off22:40
Logicwaxrk4n3: so are those lines connection attemtps to my gnome?22:41
Logicwaxrk4n3: cant i just firewall off the gnome port?  why is that port assessible to non-localhost?22:41
rk4n3Logicwax: well, for sure you're being port-scanned for open ports, and some of them may be trying to actually attack the open port when they see it22:41
rk4n3Logicwax: I can't speak as to why that port would be open, but I'd recommend at least a local firewall rule to close it, if it needs to stay open locally for some reason22:42
Logicwaxrk4n3: but what im asking is what that message from gnome-session is trying to say22:42
Logicwaxrk4n3: its not very verbose.  is gnome-session saying "hey someone tried to login from IP"22:43
rk4n3Logicwax: sorry, I can't be sure - it may be that gdm is accepting login attempts ?22:43
NiilosI tried to install linux-firmware-nonfree. I don’t know if it is because of the "dpkh --configure -a" or the package install but I jurt got my wifi back !22:43
NiilosThanks you very much :)22:44
rk4n3Logicwax: maybe try a "netstat -a | grep -i listen" to see what processes might be listening22:44
ouroumov__let's hope it sticks ^^22:44
rk4n3Logicwax: if you see something gnome-related listening, that could be a clue22:44
daniel331how do I find out if my computer uses uefi or not?22:45
NiilosI keep the command on a memo just in case ^^22:45
daniel331(this is in the context of not being able to boot)22:45
jesper_Bashing-om: http://imgur.com/gallery/0clvNUV      - I hope I am allowed to link to picutre22:45
NiilosHave a nice day !22:45
Logicwaxr4z3r: nope, i dont22:45
EriC^^daniel331: boot into the bios and check if legacy mode is enabled22:45
EriC^^daniel331: boot a live usb and stuff will become way more obvious22:46
daniel331eric: my bios doesnt seem to have such a setting22:46
Ender_WigginIm about to install a new grfx card in my ubuntu machine. it's the same manufacturer Nvidia, if I just update the drivers should everything go smoothly or?22:46
Logicwaxi just wish there was some documentation on what gnome-session is trying to say.   if its saying "login attempt from this IP" or what the hell its saying22:46
EriC^^maybe it's just bios then with no uefi22:46
EriC^^daniel331: how old is the pc?22:46
daniel331eric: im not sure how old it is, I found it on freecycle22:47
EriC^^like pre 2004?22:47
daniel331doubtful. its an hp proliant ml350 g622:47
EriC^^it probably has uefi then22:47
EriC^^daniel331: you had a hdd with ubuntu, and it was booting fine and you used dd to clone it and replaced the old one with the cloned hdd?22:48
daniel331thats what I thought. but in bios, there is no mention of the term bios either. nor of the term uefi. instead, everything refers to rbsu -- rom-based setup utility :-S22:48
Bashing-omjesper_: I say again, we do not want to go with the Nvidia OEM install . Problamatic to maintain and also, Nvidia does not know ubuntu near as well as those who maintain the PPA driver site .22:48
daniel331eric: thats correct, yes22:48
daniel331so I thought maybe laptop uses uefi but pc cant understand uefi... but the pc seems too new for that...22:49
Jordan_Udaniel331: Are you able to boot from a LiveDVD/USB?22:49
EriC^^daniel331: ^22:49
jesper_Bashing-om: I understand, can you take a look at my picture and see that there's something wrong? Like the missing icons and such22:49
daniel331jordan_u: I will check after I double-check the cables ;-)22:50
EriC^^daniel331: try pressing esc and then go to boot options22:50
EriC^^( f9 maybe )22:50
EriC^^and see if you get any mention of uefi or "boot from efi file"22:50
Ender_WigginIm about to install a new grfx card in my ubuntu machine. it's the same manufacturer Nvidia, if I just update the drivers should everything go smoothly or?22:51
Ender_Wiggingoing from GT 550 to GTX 590 (recycling parts)22:51
Jordan_Udaniel331: If you do get a LiveCD/USB booted then the following will tell you if you're booted via UEFI: "[ -d /sys/firmware/efi ] && echo UEFI || echo BIOS"22:52
Bashing-omjesper_: 1) I have never seen the Mate desk top, so would not know what to expect, 2) with no graphics driver I would expect all kinds of diaplay problems .22:52
rk4n3Logicwax: do you have vino or any other remote desktop solution set up at all ?22:52
nidnarEnder_Wiggin: what drivers you on? Anything fairly up to date and you'll be fine22:52
c0fe_machineWhat exactly is Juju? Everytime I read the description it just seems a bunch of marketing22:52
Ender_Wigginnidnar not sure how can i check in terminal?22:53
Ender_Wiggini use the auto software updater regularly, not sure if that picks up GPU drivers though22:53
jesper_Bashing-om: Okay, do you have any link to a step-by-step guide I can use to install the ppa drivers? This doesn't really have that from what I can tell - sorry for the inconvinience22:53
c0fe_machineIs Juju basically GUI to build a container?22:53
Jordan_UEnder_Wiggin: Simplest thing to do would be to uninstall any Nvidia proprietary drivers via the "Additional Drivers" tool, swap your GPU, then enable the recommended Nvidia proprietary drivers again.22:54
Ender_Wigginusing 304.13122:54
Knucklesfanhey people dude thingy22:54
nidnarJordan_U: that is simple?!?! Uninstall and reinstall? lol22:54
Knucklesfanwuzz shakin backon22:54
Knucklesfanim on a kewl computer and stuff22:55
Ender_Wigginso older but not crazy old22:55
Knucklesfancan someone tell me the goal of this chatroom22:55
Ender_Wiggin2015 update seems like22:55
Knucklesfanoh nvm22:55
Bashing-omjesper_: Working 'buntu is never an inconvinience . in : https://launchpad.net/~graphics-drivers/+archive/ubuntu/ppa follow the direction in " Adding this PPA to your system" -> read about installing . If there is a problem we will work through it .22:56
Jordan_Unidnar: I find it very simple, yes. I'm not proposing re-installing the OS; It's just a few clicks and meanst that you don't have to worry about which Nvidia driver supports which of your two cards.22:56
jesper_Bashing-om: deb: command not found22:57
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jesper_oh, where are my systems software sources? Bashing-om22:58
Bashing-omjesper_: Sorta lost me  .. the " add-apt-repository " command will automagically add the entry .22:59
jesper_Bashing-om: Sorry, I'm fairly lost myself - I'll try to follow exactly what it says before I ask anything again haha, sorry again23:00
ouroumov__jesper_, /etc/apt/sources.list23:01
Bashing-omjesper_: Not a problem to ask ... I could tell ya exactly .. but better if you know what you are doing and why . Process of learning and I expect you will be with us for the long haul .23:02
jesper_It seems I already added them before but I didn't receive an output so I was confused, I have the deb line added to my sources now23:03
jesper_Bashing-om: What is the next step? I don't see it anywhere on that site23:04
Bashing-omjesper_: Great, and now ya know to ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ; sudo apt install nvidia-361 ' . let's see what happens .23:04
jesper_Bashing-om: On it's way! Is there any way to see what desktop I'm using btw? I believe I'm using gnome but I'm not sure23:06
daniel331__argh, bad wifi in my room.23:06
Bashing-omjesper_: Sure, all in knowing what to ask of the sytem ' echo $DESKTOP_SESSION " " $XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ' .23:07
daniel331__right, so this is interesting. there's an option in my bios thing for boot disk test. it says: "Boot disk status: Pass - Disk present. Boot disk ready: pass - disk ready. Verify boot sector: Pass - valid os boot sector present." -- thats without the usb key, just the (not-bootable) drive23:07
daniel331__also, on the startup screen, the bios says "Port 2: Detected Sandisk drive" which is the name of the ssd and the port it is plugged in to23:08
ouroumov__jesper_, earlier you were using MATE23:08
daniel331__and I can boot just fine into usb boot medium... except its frozen on the loading screen23:08
jesper_Haha, I am using MATE - didn't quite think that one through23:08
Bashing-omjesper_: away for a bit .. be back on-channel soonest .23:08
jesper_Bashing-om: It is now installed, what's the next step23:08
Jordan_Udaniel331__: Have you tried booting from LiveCD/USB yet?23:09
skinuxI'm trying to use VLC to play a DVD, but everytime I press play, it loads up for half a second and then goes back to no playlist.23:09
jesper_Okay, I'll avert my attention to ouroumov__ if you are willing to help? haha23:09
daniel331__options on the one-time boot override menu are: "One time boot to C:, one time boot to cdrom, one time boot to pxe, one-time boot to usb key, or enter rom-based setup utility"23:09
daniel331__jordan_u: just booting the usb disk now23:09
jesper_ouroumov__: the nvidia driver is now installed and I suppose I should reboot the system?23:09
ouroumov__Hopefully that'll fix it23:10
ouroumov__You can reboot from the command line using "sudo reboot"23:10
jesper_I did not know that, good to know haha23:10
Bashing-omjesper_: If the driver installed .. well let's see what happens after a reboot . If problems then we start investiaging the why .( by the way learning to use mvidia-prime to switch graphics sets is another learning curve ) .23:11
ouroumov__(With a stuck GUI that'll be easier)23:11
jesper_Yeah, it didn't want to reboot when I went via the GUI - it just didn't want me to hit the "x" that was supposed to be the power-button icon23:12
daniel331__hmm the gui on the usb boot environment seems to have crashed. whats the default username and password?23:12
jesper_It is not the fastest at rebooting it seems23:12
Jordan_Udaniel331__: Username "ubuntu", password "" (Nothing, just hit Enter).23:13
daniel331__well it looks like the usb key booted using bios this time (not uefi)23:14
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm not getting any signal to my monitors (after it rebooted and loaded)23:14
Jordan_U!bootinfo | daniel331__23:14
ubottudaniel331__: Boot info script is a useful script for diagnosing boot problems. Please run the script following the directions here: http://bootinfoscript.sourceforge.net/ and then !pastebin the RESULTS.txt for us to use to help diagnose your problem.23:14
daniel331__could that just be legacy emulation mode?23:14
skinuxUbuntu documentation says to install libdvdcss2, but it is not in the repositories.23:14
k1l_skinux: libdvdread423:15
xangua!dvd | skinux23:15
ubottuskinux: Ubuntu's default installation and repositories do not include packages needed to play commercial DVDs for legal reasons. For information on adding them, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/PlayingDVDs | For information on the legalities involved, see the "DVD" section of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats23:15
k1l_skinux: and after that run "sudo sh /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh "23:16
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm literally not getting anything from my computer atm, just doesn't do anything whatever I press23:16
GeekDudeMy computer just went completely unresponsive except for the mouse cursor. Ctrl-alt-fX vt switching and the ssh server don't seem to be working either. I'm on my phone right now.23:17
GeekDudeI'm using the xubuntu desktop packages23:17
Jordan_Udaniel331__: And actually, if it's not too difficult for you to figure out how to do, please use this newer version of boot info script: https://github.com/arvidjaar/bootinfoscript .23:17
Bashing-omjesper_: Bios ? do you see the bios spalsh screen ? Did you disable anything graphic's related in bios ?23:18
skinuxThanks. Got my video playing23:18
jesper_Bashing-om: I saw the bios splash screen and I saw Ubuntu loading up and then it all went black23:18
jesper_Bashing-om: and my monitors are indicating that they're not getting a signal from the computer23:18
ouroumov__jesper_, can't even switch to tty1?23:19
Bashing-omjesper_: K; .. next step up is can you boot to the grub boot menu at this point ?23:19
daniel331__jordan_u: much easier than using the sourceforge link ;-)23:19
jesper_ouroumov__: I can't switch to tty123:20
daniel331__jordan_u: output: pastebin.com/1519182523:21
ghost_please help23:21
jesper_Bashing-om: I just noticed that Ubuntu doesn't load fully, there's only 1 segment loaded and then it shuts down23:21
ghost_E:Encountered a section with no Package: header, E:Problem with MergeList /var/lib/apt/lists/id.archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_trusty_main_i18n_Translation-en%%5fUS, E:The package lists or status file could not be parsed or opened.23:21
daniel331__I mean: paste.ubuntu.com/1519182523:21
GeekDudeis there23:22
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm starting to think that there's no way for me to continue from here except for re-installing ubuntu and trying again?23:22
GeekDudeis there a way to unfreeze it, or if I force a reboot where should I look in the logs to get an idea of what happened?23:22
jesper_Bashing-om: I can't get the grub menu to come up (I tried pressing c during the entire startup)23:22
Bashing-omjesper_: Ouch ... now that does not seem to be graphic's releated ... able to boot to grub ? .. and confirm please this is a 15.10 release .23:23
Jordan_Udaniel331__: "This page has been removed!23:23
daniel331__jordan_u: try paste.ubuntu.com/1519182523:23
jesper_This is the 15.04 release if I remember correctly23:23
daniel331__(my bad for assuming pastebinit used pastebin)23:23
EriC^^daniel331__: looks like you have an efi install23:24
daniel331__eric: yes, my laptop uses uefi23:24
EriC^^did you try pressing esc then f9 or boot options when the pc boots?23:24
Bashing-omjesper_: OH ! IF this is 15.04 ... that expalind everything ! as 15.04 is End_Of_Life ! It has no support !23:24
ghost_anybody help.,23:24
EriC^^no i mean the actual install is in uefi mode daniel331__23:24
jesper_Bashing-om: Then I'll download and install 15.10 in that case23:25
daniel331__eric: yes,this is the clone of my laptop's drive23:25
Bashing-om!15.04 | jesper_23:25
ubottujesper_: Ubuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) was the 22nd release of Ubuntu. Support ended on February 4, 2016. See !eol, !eolupgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/vivid23:25
EriC^^yeah, so setting to legacy wont work at all daniel331__23:25
ouroumov__You should go with the 14.04 iso you were loading earlier jesper_23:25
EriC^^daniel331__: type sudo efibootmgr -v and paste bin it please23:25
jesper_ouroumov__: Then I will do that23:25
EriC^^( install the package if it's not installed already )23:25
daniel331__eric: it says "EFI variables are not supported on this system"23:26
Bashing-omjesper_: Yeah for 15.10 ... I think 15.10 does have support for the Nvidia 361 driver !23:26
EriC^^daniel331__: that means you're booted in legacy mode on the live usb23:26
daniel331__yes, I am23:27
ouroumov__jesper_, or what he said23:27
EriC^^daniel331__: here's what you can do, reboot the pc, press esc a couple times, when you get a menu look for boot options ( might be f9 ) press it and if you get a boot from efi file go to efi/ubuntu/shimx64.efi or grubx64.efi23:27
EriC^^daniel331__: 1 sec though23:27
EriC^^try sudo modprobe efivars23:28
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daniel331__eric: no output from modprobe efivars23:28
jesper_ouroumov__: I tried installing 14.04.2 just now but it didn't find my boot image on my USB so I'm going to re-try and if it fails again try with 15.1023:28
EriC^^daniel331__: ok, try sudo efibootmgr -v again23:28
daniel331__eric: same output. good thinking tho ;-)23:28
Bashing-om!md5sum | jesper_  Remember23:29
ubottujesper_  Remember: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows23:29
EriC^^daniel331__: :D23:29
Madhumper69i cant connect to my vpn when my firewall is enabled yet port 1735 is open for pptp???23:29
EriC^^daniel331__: ok, reboot the pc and try esc23:29
EriC^^if that doesn't work try booting in uefi mode on the live usb23:29
daniel331__I think the ml350 g6 series might be bios based after all... :-( :-S23:30
EriC^^daniel331__: i thought the install was working before cloning on the same laptop?23:30
Jordan_Udaniel331__: If it is indeed BIOS based you can still fairly easily reconfigure your installation to boot via BIOS.23:30
daniel331__eric: laptop is uefi, and I'm cloning it to my desktop pc23:30
EriC^^daniel331__: aha23:31
daniel331__ooh ooh ooh jordan_u really? thats made my day. how do I do that?23:31
anonymousnd girls23:31
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Guest49714have anyone has problem with a update last days?23:31
jesper_Bashing-om: md5sum check23:32
EriC^^Guest40841: such as?23:32
anonymous_guys and girls?23:32
Jordan_Uanonymous_: Do you have an Ubuntu support question?23:33
anonymous_have anyone also have had problem with update ubuntu mate?23:33
cherubI just installed ubuntu 15.10 i386 on this laptop, and it is not even showing my USB thumb drive.23:33
Jordan_Udaniel331__: First you need to create a BIOS Boot Partition. I would recommend using GParted to make your EFI System Partition one MiB smaller then create the 1 MiB BIOS Boot Partition in this new free space. To create a BBP just create a new unformatted partition and give it the "bios_grub" flag in Gparted.23:33
cherubwhen i plug it in, it is not showing up in files.23:34
k1l_anonymous_: what error?23:34
daniel331__jordan_u, thats amazing, I will do that, thank you23:34
anonymous_was running mate a long time like 3 or 4 days got an update and suddenly it stopped working23:34
Jordan_Udaniel331__: Then follow https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/Installing#via_ChRoot to install grub for BIOS. Note that you may need to "apt-get install grub-pc" once you enter the chroot as it's likely not currently installed.23:35
jesper_Bashing-om: Another question before I install, do I go for "USBdevice" or "UEFI: USBdevice"?23:35
EriC^^daniel331__: you'll need to decrypt the partition before mounting stuff first btw23:36
k1l_anonymous_: "lsb_release -d" brings what output?23:36
Bashing-omjesper_: Great, going to clear my slate and we pick this back up on the other side with 15.10 install IF there are any problems .// I recommend UEFI ... much improved interface !23:36
EriC^^daniel331__: and you can remove /boot/efi from /etc/fstab if you want23:36
anonymous_i installed everything a new again23:36
Jordan_Udaniel331__: After that, for clarity, you should probably comment out the entry for /boot/efi/ in your /etc/fstab, but having /boot/efi/ mounted shouldn't cause any problems (other than confusing humans that wonder why it exists on a BIOS based machine).23:36
Bashing-om!UEFI | jesper_23:36
ubottujesper_: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI23:36
anonymous_but windows cannot interfere with ubuntu right?23:37
anonymous_anyhow Mate is Da Best!23:38
cherubI NEED HELP23:38
jesper_Bashing-om: I was really just wondering if there would be any problems or such if I went with the standard one when I have UEFI on my motherboard23:38
EriC^^cherub: with what?23:39
jesper_cherub: welcome to the club!23:39
daniel331__jordan_u: right, okay, so, bearing in mind I am also using luks "whole disk encryption" (on sda3), I have two partitions I could resize. sda1 is 210MB 'EFI System' recognised as FAT16; sda2 is 'Linux Filesystem' recognised as Ext4... I know you said to just resize the EFI one, but im not sure why I even have two...23:39
daniel331__... and I suppose it doesnt mater after this that the whole disk is partitioned using a GUID partition table?23:39
Bashing-omjesper_: Either will work ,, for furure, UEFI will be best .23:39
daniel331__sda2 is 524mb btw23:39
cherubEriC^^: I just installed ubuntu 15.10, and it is not showing any usb devices when I plug them in.23:40
EriC^^cherub: type dmesg in a terminal23:40
EriC^^look for usb errors23:40
Surendilcherub, not even on dmesg?23:40
Bashing-omjesper_: Hey, a thought .. dual boot ing ? Then 'buntu must be installed in same mode as Windows !23:40
cherubi didn't know to do dmesg.23:40
daniel331__I guess the 524mb volume is /boot23:40
daniel331__and I guess it doesnt matter which I resize23:41
Jordan_Udaniel331__: You have two because one was for /boot/efi/, your EFI System Partition, and the other was for /boot/ which needs its own unencrypted partition when you're encrypting your root filesystem (technically it's not needed, but not having an unencrypted /boot/ just leads to issues without any advantage).23:41
jesper_Bashing-om: I'm not dualbooting luckily, I'm wanted to use Ubuntu as my one and only OS23:41
cherubI don't even know what I'm looking for.23:41
daniel331__jordan_u: gotcha, thanks for clarifying that23:41
Jordan_Udaniel331__: You're welcome.23:42
Bashing-omjesper_: Then will not matter presently if install is legacy or UEFI .. but for the long term .. install as UEFI .23:42
Surendilcherub, dmesg | grep usb23:43
cherubyeah I know.23:43
jesper_Bashing-om: currently doing that! which application would be the easiest to wipe all my other drives with btw?23:43
sta7icIm having samba issues and think its related to this..all my users/permissions match up23:44
sta7icchdir (/mnt/zfspool/Skydog) failed, reason: Permission denied23:44
sta7ic[2016/02/24 15:42:55.808450,  3] ../source3/smbd/error.c:82(error_packet_set) NT error packet at ../source3/smbd/process.c(1525) cmd=50 (SMBtrans2) NT_STATUS_ACCESS_DENIED23:44
sta7icsort of explains similar issue here http://linux.m2osw.com/cannot-log-user-samba23:44
Bashing-omjesper_: The installer will do that if ya happy with the default install .. else there is good ole GParted ... or my favorite 'dd' to wipe a drive .23:44
jesper_Bashing-om: the default install only wipes my main drive, not my other ones. I'll look at GParted in that case23:45
cherub_friggin annoying-ass subway wifi.23:45
sta7iccherub_: reminds me of louis ck where people are complaining about having wifi on the plane being slow23:46
Bashing-omjesper_: My thought only, as this is a problematic install . how about the default install .. let the wizard do it's thing ?23:46
sta7icyou're 30000 feet in the air!23:46
cherub_sta7ic: no I mean a subway restaurant.23:46
Bashing-omjesper_: Why wipe out the other drives ?23:47
meemHi ubuntu community :)23:47
skinuxI need help. Somehow during phpMyAdmin config I messed up MySQL root password. Now I can't do anything with it.23:47
skinuxI tried removing and reinstalling mysql-server, but that didn't help.23:47
Jordan_Udaniel331__: I'll be mostly away for 30 minutes to 5 hours :)23:47
skinuxOh, wait, should i have done 'purge mysql-server-5.5' ?23:47
jesper_Bashing-om: The other drives have nothing useful on it, just old windows things from my previous install - just wanted a clean slate for my Ubuntu installation. The default installation is what I'm currently running23:47
sta7icany samba experts here?23:48
daniel331__thanks for your help jordan_u. before you go, is it a problem that the driver descriptor says the physical block size is 2048 bytes but linux says it is 512 bytes?23:48
jesper_Bashing-om: on them23:48
jesper_Bashing-om: on them**23:48
Surendil_sta7ic, did you add the user you are trying to login with smbpasswd -a "user"?23:48
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geniiskinux: You might instead want to look at the "unixlike" section of http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/resetting-permissions.html23:49
skinuxI already solved it by purging23:49
jesper_Bashing-om: Right from the get-go I have an error.. "THe application MATE Settings Daemon has closed unexpectedly."23:49
Bashing-omjesper_: When I want to start all over with a drive I use 'dd' to zero out a drive . But be real cautious with 'dd' . It does what is told even if it is not what you intended .23:50
jesper_Bashing-om: The icons on the desktop are missing as well, the same goes for the menu icon and the power icon23:50
jesper_Bashing-om: And the lag is also there with the mouse-movement23:51
Bashing-omjesper_: This on a fresh install of 15.10 ? what results when booting with the 'nomodeset' boot parameter ?23:52
jesper_Bashing-om: I don't know how to boot with those parameters, or any parameters for that matter23:52
jesper_Bashing-om: and yes, this is a fresh install23:52
Bashing-om!nomodeset | jesper_ Part of the learning curve23:53
ubottujesper_ Part of the learning curve: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter23:53
Bashing-omjesper_: Lemme check that link and make sure it is applicable to systemd in 15.10 .23:54
joseph_Hello, this is my first time here23:56
joseph_I just got Ubuntu and I really like it so far23:56
jesper_Bashing-om: It doesn't seem to work for me, the first command does nothing23:56
MoDaifallahI'm having issues regarding nvidia proprietary driver23:57
MoDaifallah304XX version leads to mouse problems making it unclickable23:57
joseph_can anyone recommend a good site for learning the command line?23:58
MoDaifallah340XX version makes the system freeze after few seconds23:58
k1l_!shell | joseph_23:59
ubottujoseph_: The 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/UsingTheTerminal23:59
Surendil joseph_ try askubuntu.com23:59

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