user_brhello. how I update my ubuntu 14.04.3 for 14.04.4?00:03
k1luser_br: "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade" in terminal00:04
k1luser_br: or run the update manager on the desktop00:04
user_brthanks kil00:05
Bashing-omuser_br: ] ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgade ; sudo apt full-upgrade ' will take care of all .00:05
user_brthanks Bashing00:06
user_brI'm new in Ubuntu00:06
Bashing-omuser_br: Slow but sure .. mostly ... ' sudo apt upgrade ' !00:07
Jambo_jetany debian users ?00:07
k1lJambo_jet: better ask that in #debian :)00:07
k1l/j #debian00:08
Jambo_jetit's empty00:08
user_brsomeone can tell me some essential programs on Ubuntu?00:08
k1luser_br: ubuntu ships what is essential already. what you need is different from user to user :)00:09
user_brokay kil00:10
user_brthanks again00:10
k1luser_br: better say what you want to do and we can tell you what programs you could use00:10
user_brI want to create a website in html00:11
k1luser_br: well, i am not in website development. but just choose an editor that suits you, i guess.00:15
user_brthanks k1l00:17
Madhumper69pptp and GRE issues with UFW firewall anybody can help, im sure this is the fix but it didnt do nothing or im doing it wrong sudo apt-get install pptpd telnet iptables00:33
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trunk_monkeyEvening gentelmen00:39
enchi>assuming everyone here is a man00:41
trunk_monkeyHeyyyy ladies ;) ;)00:42
Nixeodoes anyone want to try out my new site?00:42
trunk_monkeywhat is it?00:42
Nixeopm me00:42
trunk_monkeyIf it's gotta be PM'd I probably shouldn't be visiting it lol00:44
k1lwe have #ubuntu-offtopic for such chat :)  please keep this channel for support only00:44
Nixeowell I don't like spamming. And sorry k1l, will do00:45
Madhumper69how to enable port 1723 +GRE protocol in UFW firewall for VPN ?? NIGHTMARE00:45
herti just started on  ubuntu, overtime i'm trying to ssh from another machine to it i get a time out, openssh is running on 22 and 22 is open also not blocked by firewall i'm not sure anymore what could be the issue00:47
trunk_monkeyis it outside of your lan hert?00:48
trunk_monkeythe machine you're ssh'ing into?00:48
hertall on same lan going through the router00:48
Madhumper69hert i had the same issue i changed my port worked like a charm00:48
trunk_monkeyare you using an internal IP or external IP to connect?00:49
Jordan_Uhert: Can you ping that machine?00:50
Madhumper69how to enable port 1723 with GRE protocol in UFW  for VPN ?? NIGHTMARE00:50
trunk_monkeyMadhumper69: have you considered trying IPTables? http://www.perturb.org/content/iptables-rules.html00:50
hertjordan_U pinging timing out00:50
trunk_monkeyhert oh pinging it times out even? Not just ssh?00:51
Jordan_Uhert: Please pastebin the output of "ifconfig" from both machines.00:51
k1lhert: are there restrictions on that network?00:51
hertno restriction that could recall00:52
k1lis the ip correct? :)00:52
derfohI installed ubuntu along side windows it restarted into teh os without any problems. Unfortunately after installing the updates for windows though I no longer get grub on boot and it goes straight to windows. Any suggestions?00:53
trunk_monkeyderfoh you were using grub before I imagine?00:53
herthttp://pastebin.com/CDxjJqDd pinging ubuntu machine00:53
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trunk_monkeyProbably have to boot onto a live USB and repair grub00:53
derfohI installed windows first then installed ubuntu on separate partitions00:54
trunk_monkeyderfoh: easy GUI method, just need live USB https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair00:54
derfohokay I'll give it a shot trunk_monkey00:54
jespersonCan someone here help me with what seems to be a simple thing?00:55
jespersonI'm having problems with my Corsair VOID RGB headset00:55
Jordan_Uhert: Are you working on getting the output of "ifconfig" from both machines?00:55
jespersontrunk_monkey, I've found a guide on the Corsair forums but I can't follow it00:56
trunk_monkeyWell what's the problem?00:56
jespersonThe problem is that when I plug it in it doesn't work and all it does is ruin my mouse00:56
jespersontrunk_monkey, I'm trying to follow this: http://forum.corsair.com/forums/showthread.php?t=153831 guide but I can't rebuild what he says00:56
hertJordan_U iconfig response interface does not exist00:57
trunk_monkeyI'm not a member of their forum so I get a 404 error, what's the issue though?00:57
Madhumper69that wont help trunk GRE IS A protocol that ties it self with port 1723 so the firewall needs to be configured im thinking thats my issue cause when the firewall is active i cant vpn00:58
jespersonThe issue is that I can't "rebuild mkinitcpio.cfg" when I try to follow the guide (my friend thought it was an arch-only command)00:58
jespersontrunk_monkey, and the main problem is that my headset doesn't work haha01:00
Jordan_Uhert: What is the exact command you ran? Were you running it from Ubuntu or OSX?01:00
trunk_monkeyjesperson: no audio? no mic?01:01
jespersontrunk_monkey, nothing + I can't click on anything after I plug it in01:01
trunk_monkeyubuntu 15.10 w/ unity?01:01
jespersonUbuntu MATE 15.1001:02
jespersontrunk_monkey, This problem seems to be on all distros01:02
trunk_monkeyDang, not sure man; anyone able to help out jesperson w/ his Corsair RGB headset issue?01:03
hertJordan_U from OS X ifconfig linux ip interface does not exist. On linux ifconfig linux ip error fetching information: Device not found01:04
jespersontrunk_monkey, All I need help with (which will hopefully fix it) is how to rebuild "mkinitcpio.conf"01:04
jespersonBut if there are other solutions people might be able to think of I'd be all for it01:04
k1ljesperson: mkinitcpio is archlinux specific01:06
Delphinhey all, trying to set up a virtual machine with vga passthrough, does anyone how to black list a graphic card when you have 2 of the same one?01:06
jespersonk1l, I see, darn01:06
jespersonk1l, Have you got any idea on what I could do?01:06
jespersonand thanks again for the help earlier/yesterday! :)01:07
Madhumper69vpn pptp port 1723 + GRE 47 protocol does not connect when ufw firewall is active? http://poptop.sourceforge.net/dox/gre-protocol-unavailable.phtml   someone please help nothing is working :\01:09
Jordan_Uhert: Please run "ifconfig" and nothing else on both machines and pastebin the output, whatever it may be.01:10
k1ljesperson: did you create that file like told in that post?01:11
jespersonk1l, I did01:11
jespersonk1l, I also double-checked with lsusb that the vendor/product ID matched01:11
perfektedhey has anyone used Ajenti?01:14
k1ljesperson: try a "sudo update-initramfs -u"01:14
trunk_monkeyperfekted: heard of it, havnen't used it though. Friend of mine uses it, says he likes it01:15
jespersonk1l, Done, it generated some .img it said - do you think this fixes it?01:15
perfektedtrunk_monkey do u know if he had problems when he installed it?01:16
k1ljesperson: that is my guess. i dont know what the arch command mkinitcpio does all01:16
perfektedmine installed fine and it's listening on the port but I can't connect to it01:16
jespersonk1l, okay! I'll try it then - let you know if it fixes it! thanks01:16
jespersonI can't use my mouse01:17
k1ljesperson: needs reboot01:17
jespersonk1l, I see! Then I will reboot. Be back in a few!01:17
derfohDo i need to keep secure boot off if I'm dual booting? I have to rerun the boot-repair tool apparently because it was on..01:18
hertJordan_U http://pastebin.com/vg9rdY27 ifconfig from mac pastebin.com won't open from ubuntu machine01:18
k1lderfoh: you cant switch it if you want dualboot.01:18
Jordan_Uderfoh: No, you don't need to keep secure boot off and your statement about needing to run boot-repair because of secure boot is almost certainly false.01:19
derfohokay k1l, kinda makes sense anyway01:19
Madhumper69has anyone gotten a vpn to work with the firewal ports open? frustrating01:19
derfohJordan_U I ran boot repair and the software complained about secure boot being on01:19
homahi my friends01:20
Jordan_Uderfoh: I don't put much faith in boot repair anyway. Lets just pretend it doesn't exist for now and fix things manually. Please pastebin the output of "sudo efibootmgr".01:21
derfohI can't even get into teh live os right now Jordan_U it just does the MATE logo then proceeds to restart and boot back to windows 1001:21
derfohI have the boot-repair log on pastebin if that will give you the info you're looking for01:22
monsterjampFor some reason Ubuntu freezes a few moments after logging in.01:22
monsterjampCan someone help?01:22
rcampbel3why is nginx's http2 disabled in xenial per security mandate? What's the issue?01:24
YikesSo dax says I "appear to have two NickServ accounts somehow", and meanwhile #ubuntu-offtopic is telling me I'm banned.01:25
Jordan_Uderfoh: That gives me the information I need, but you'll still need to boot from some type of LiveCD/USB to actually fix the problem.01:25
dax#ubuntu-offtopic is telling you you're banned because you're not identified. I already told you your current account is not verified properly, and you already know where to find NickServ support.01:25
jespersonThank you very much k1l! It is working! :D01:26
daxso, Ubuntu support questions go here, and network support questions go to #freenode or in PM with a staffer (current on-duty ones are nhandler and c)01:26
k1ljesperson: ok01:26
derfohI got into the live os Jordan_U, I had to turn on legacy support in my bios...01:26
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Yikesdax, I try to register, and it says that I'm already logged in as Yikes.  I try to enter the registration instructions in my email, and it says I need to log back in.01:27
monsterjampCan someone help me with Ubuntu freezing after I login?01:27
Guest64099you need to restart it01:27
daxYikes: then go talk to #freenode or PM a staffer (current on-duty ones are nhandler and c)01:27
Jordan_Uderfoh: Unfotunately it's hard to fix this problem if you're booted via BIOS instead of UEFI.01:27
Yikesdax, who is c?01:27
daxYikes: a staffer01:28
daxthey handle network support issues01:28
dax#ubuntu and I do not01:28
monsterjampI can login into Ubuntu when I go through recovery mode but otherwise it freezes01:29
k1lmonsterjamp: what does the log say?01:30
derfohhmm, I'll take another shot at boot repair for now then Jordan_U, if I boot via uefi my screen just scrolls by with 'nuavu' and some other nonsense then reboots to windows after showing the ubuntu logo01:30
monsterjampWhich log?01:30
Jordan_Uderfoh: Boot repair isn't going to help you if you're booted via CSM anyway.01:31
derfohOkay I'll reflash my usb image.01:31
k1lmonsterjamp: like the dmesg or Xorg.log in /var/log/ but keep in mind they get renamed to .1 after one boot.01:31
derfohMaybe it corrupted somehow01:31
Jordan_Uderfoh: Apparently when you ran boot repair the last time you were booted via UEFI. How did you manage that?01:31
monsterjamp1 sec I'll check01:31
derfohI have no idea Jordan_U01:32
derfohI wish I knew why it wont boot now01:32
derfohit booted via uefi before installing too01:32
derfohso it must be the live image01:32
mekhamihi, i'm trying to run a steam game on ubuntu and it's crashing every time i try to start it up. this is the best log i could manage (just the terminal output when launching steam from /usr/bin/steam01:33
catbeardnevermind, got ufw sorted01:33
catbeardhad to specify proto XXX port XX:XX instead of XX/proto01:33
catbeardthough i do want to know a little more about how the 'routed' policies work as far as ufw sees them01:33
catbeardor would that be just a ufw route rule01:34
Jordan_Uhert: I would prefer http://pastebin.ubuntu.com or http://paste.debian.net anyway. Please use one of those services, or the pastebinit utility, to pastebin the output from Ubuntu.01:35
Jordan_U!pastebinit | hert01:35
ubottuhert: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit -b http://paste.ubuntu.com01:35
monsterjampIt doesn't look like the logs are saying anything abnormal. Should I post them on pastebin anyways?01:37
monsterjampActually on dmesg it's saying things like: eth0 link is not ready01:39
monsterjampWhat should I do?01:42
Madhumper69ubuntu needs to fix .ovpn for openvpn and ufw with GRE Retarded01:46
derfohJordan_U I managed to get it to boot after attaching it to another windows pc and allowing it to check the live usb for errors01:46
monsterjampk1l: You still there?01:49
Jordan_Uderfoh: Great. "sudo mount /dev/sda5 /mnt/"01:49
Jordan_Uderfoh: for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /mnt$i; done01:51
derfohalright I ran the commands Jordan_U01:53
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Jordan_Uderfoh: Good. now run "sudo chroot /mnt/" which should change your prompt from "$ " to "# ".01:53
derfohI got the hash Jordan_U01:54
pw_I have a problem. i dont know how to diplay my raid partition on launcher just like any other hard drive partitions01:54
pw_could anybody help ?01:55
Jordan_Uderfoh: sudo mount -a01:55
derfohJordan_U: root@ubuntu-mate:/# sudo mount -a sudo: unable to resolve host ubuntu-mate01:56
Jordan_Uderfoh: Sorry, just "mount -a".01:57
derfohi thinks?01:57
Jordan_Uderfoh: grub-install01:57
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Jordan_Uderfoh: And please pastebin the complete output.01:58
monsterjampCan someone help me with the freezing problem?01:58
derfohInstall finished. No error reported.01:58
pw_i dont know how to diplay my raid partition on launcher just like any other hard drive partitions. can anybody help01:58
pw_monsterjamp, whats the problem01:58
monsterjampRight after logging in, Ubuntu freezes01:59
monsterjampBut I'm able to login when I go through recovery mode01:59
Jordan_Uderfoh: Was that the only output?02:00
pw_what do you mean by freezing? as soon as you login it freezes forerver or does it show the desktop and freezes sometimes02:00
derfohJordan_U: it also said: root@ubuntu-mate:/# grub-install Installing for x86_64-efi platform.02:01
Jordan_Uderfoh: Great, that is what I was expecting. Please pastebin the complete output of "efibootmgr" now.02:01
monsterjampIt completely freezes, I can't even move the mouse. This happens before I can see the launcher. Sometimes it freezes after the launcher loads.02:01
pw_does it show any bug or crash reports ?02:03
derfohJordan_U: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15202822/02:03
monsterjampNo, I checked the logs and I didn't see anything abnormal.02:03
monsterjampI have no idea what to do.02:04
syadnomI'm looking at the new (upcoming) 16.04 server for hosting virtual machines.  I need both containers and full metal KVM..02:06
syadnomwhat kind of management interfaces are available for this?02:06
Jordan_Uderfoh: Great. Now "umount -a && exit" and you should be bacck at a "$" prompt.02:06
monsterjampShould I just reinstall Ubuntu?02:07
derfohJordan_U: it says target is busy02:07
Jordan_Uderfoh: Just "exit" then and reboot. You should now see the grub menu and be able to choose either OS normally again.02:08
derfohokay here goes02:09
derfohfantastic, looks like I have grub again Jordan_U02:10
derfohNot sure exactly what you had me do though02:10
derfohbasically I mounted the partition and reinstalled grub right?02:10
mekhamihi, i'm trying to run a steam game on ubuntu and it's crashing every time i try to start it up. this is the best log i could manage (just the terminal output when launching steam from /usr/bin/steam02:11
derfohIt didnt stick Jordan_U :L I booted to windows via grub and I'm stuck with windows only again02:14
monsterjampSo after typing startx in tty2, it doesn't start the gui02:15
monsterjampI think something is wrong with Xorg02:15
Ozzie_001Anyone knows how to see (Ctrl+L) a youtube video  in 360p? I enter the url and the video streams in 720p.02:17
reisioOzzie_001: if you use something like youtube-dl/youtube-viewer/etc. forever, you can specify desired quality02:18
reisioor, probably, you could also be logged into google 24/702:18
Ozzie_001Sorry. This is in Totem: Anyone knows how to see (Ctrl+L) a youtube video  in 360p? I enter the url and the video streams in 720p.02:19
reisiomonsterjamp: what happens?02:20
Ozzie_001reisio Tks, I forgot to say its in totem.02:21
monsterjampIt stays on tty202:21
reisiomonsterjamp: and what does it say?02:22
monsterjampI just turned my laptop off but it showed the text that usually appears after running startx and then it shows that some processes related to Xorg hanging.02:24
reisiopastebin the specific output :)02:24
Ozzie_001This is in Totem, video player: Anyone knows how to see (Ctrl+L) a Youtube video  in 360p? I enter the url and the video streams in 720p.02:27
monsterjampreisio: Apparently I didn't turn off my laptop,  right now it's printing out this line: Freezing of tasks failed after 20 seconds02:34
ZengraveHello all02:34
ZengraveI do have one script using php include to an external server, I setup php.ini  with allow_url_include=On, but include not woking, any idea ?02:36
monsterjampreisio: Here's a pic if the tty2 https://i.imgur.com/w4AkP8Wh.jpg02:37
pcwizhello can someone help me out here pls?02:41
pcwizcan someone help me out here02:43
Zengraveask ur question first and then wait02:43
Kang0(Kang0) Which kind of actions are z possible with respect to ports.  Open close forward???02:44
nacc_Zengrave: i'd think there is probably a more PHP appropriate channel than here ... but not sure where :)02:44
Zengravewell it works on another server02:44
Zengravedebian one with same php.ini setup02:44
nacc_Zengrave: what version of ubuntu?02:44
Zengravejust on this ubuntu LTS 14.0.4 i can't do any external include file.. ./02:45
Zengravephpinfo shows that both fopen and includ_url are Allowed02:45
lotuspsychje!firewall | Kang002:45
ubottuKang0: Ubuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has built-in firewall capabilities. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | GUI frontends such as gufw and ufw-kde also exist. | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo02:45
Zengravealso no error reported at all.. very strange ^^02:46
pcwizwell i'm trying to install ubuntu mate but I've been waiting for over 2 hours for it to install and i have no idea whats going on but during the insatll it keeps giving me warning errors...what am i doing wrong?02:46
Delphin2how do you get programs to automaticly launch after you log in to your session?02:48
Jordan_Upcwiz: What "warning errors"?02:48
mekhamiwhat's the ubuntu gaming chan again?02:48
lotuspsychjemekhami: not ubuntu, but there is #gamingonlinux and #steam02:50
mekhamilotuspsychje: #steam doesn't seem to work02:50
ubottuValve have officially announced that they are developing Steam and are working with !ubuntu during their development, see http://blogs.valvesoftware.com/linux/steamd-penguins/ for further details, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Valve for install instructions, you can also join #ubuntu-steam for discussion.02:51
lotuspsychjemekhami: #ubuntu-steam02:51
pcwizhow do i copy and paste?02:51
pcwizi sent a picture of the situation02:52
avocadois there a place where i can browse deb package definitions online? i am currently on a mac, but i am interested in how 13.04 is building bitlbee-libpurple02:52
avocadolike some sort of repo or something02:52
lotuspsychjeavocado: 13.04 is end of life02:52
avocadolotuspsychje: i understand that02:52
roygbivhi excellent people02:53
pcwiz1 error says dbus_mount_reply: Error from org.gtk.vfs.Mountable.mount failed to retrieve share list from server: Connection refused02:54
lotuspsychjeavocado: can apt-get download package help?02:54
avocadolotuspsychje: no, currently on a mac02:55
lotuspsychje!packages | avocado02:55
ubottuavocado: You can browse and search for Ubuntu packages using !Synaptic, !KPackageKit, !Muon, "apt-cache search <keywords or regex>", or online at http://packages.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu has about 30000 packages available, so please *search* for an official package before installing things in awkward ways!02:55
monsterjamp!packages | avocado02:56
ubottuavocado: You can browse and search for Ubuntu packages using !Synaptic, !KPackageKit, !Muon, "apt-cache search <keywords or regex>", or online at http://packages.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu has about 30000 packages available, so please *search* for an official package before installing things in awkward ways!02:56
pcwizthe 2nd error  says WARNING Couldnt create directory monitor on smb://x-gnome-default-workgroup/. Error: the specified location is not mounted02:56
Kang0ubottu i went thru that link but couldn't understand can you explain me in layman's terms about port fundamentals?02:58
ubottuKang0: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)02:58
avocadolotuspsychje: maybe you can point it on on this page, how do i view the file that shows what parameters are passed to configure and make http://packages.ubuntu.com/trusty/bitlbee-libpurple02:58
Kang0I don't use ubuntu02:58
pcwizwhat do u use kango02:59
nacc_Kang0: then why are you asking on #ubuntu? ...02:59
lotuspsychjeavocado: maybe download the source here? http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/b/bitlbee/bitlbee_3.2.1+otr4.orig.tar.gz03:00
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avocadolotuspsychje: but that is just the source for bitlbee03:01
pcwizis this installation seriously going to take all night?03:01
lotuspsychjeavocado: you need the full .deb?03:01
avocadounless i'm missing something03:01
lotuspsychje!patience | pcwiz03:02
ubottupcwiz: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/03:02
avocadolotuspsychje: no, i just want to see whatever relevant file that shows how ubuntu is configuring bitlbee03:02
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lotuspsychjeavocado: well not tested myself, but i guess after installing bitlbee it will make a config file in your /home/user03:03
avocadolotuspsychje: are you seriously not understanding my problem at all?03:03
pcwiz1 error says dbus_mount_reply: Error from org.gtk.vfs.Mountable.mount failed to retrieve share list from server: Connection refused, the 2nd error  says WARNING Couldnt create directory monitor on smb://x-gnome-default-workgroup/. Error: the specified location is not mounted......what is wrong? why is the installation taking forever03:03
lotuspsychjeavocado: explain then what you need03:04
avocadolotuspsychje: i want this http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/rpms/bitlbee.git/ but for ubuntu03:04
avocadoie http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/cgit/rpms/bitlbee.git/tree/bitlbee.spec?h=f2403:04
avocadomost distributions i can manage to find a page to browse to to view how they configure their builds03:05
Kang0Windows and android pcwiz03:05
avocadobut for ubuntu, i cannot03:05
avocadoso i was asking03:05
lotuspsychjeavocado: rpm is for fedora, .deb for ubuntu...so you want the full deb?03:05
avocadonow you're just trolling03:06
Kang0nacc_ as my query may be general03:06
lotuspsychjeavocado: im not, trying to findout what your after03:07
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avocadolotuspsychje: i don't want you help anymore, i'll wait and ask again later03:07
ubottuRPM is the RedHat Package Management system. Ubuntu uses !dpkg, not RPM. RPM packages are not supported (the package "alien" can allow installing them, but it's quite dangerous and unsupported)03:07
avocadoi'm sorry but you've been terribly unhelpful03:07
pcwizi know right03:08
lotuspsychjeavocado: maybe you should be more clear of what you really need03:08
Bashing-ompcwiz: Installl should only take a matter of minutes. Verify the .iso download file, and "check disk for defects" .. if all good, try again .03:09
Sky2939Hey guys.. so I set up a roundcube mail server, but have no idea how to add users. I read that I should be creating virtual users within dovecot.. but it looks like the manual on dovecot's site is outdated. Can anybody point me in the right direction03:16
qwebirc783hello, how do I make a SAS hard drive work on an Ubuntu desktop.  What hardware do I need, and will the ubuntu desktop/kernel have builtin support or do I have to install additional software/kernel-modules?03:17
lotuspsychjeSky2939: there is a #dovecot channel03:17
Sky2939okay nvm03:18
lotuspsychjeqwebirc783: can this help? http://www.datascienceriot.com/how-to-run-sas-9-4-on-ubuntu-linux-14-04-natively/kris/03:19
qwebirc783lotuspsychje: I think that SAS is a different acronym for some other software.  the SAS I'm talking about is for a SAS disk drive:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serial_attached_SCSI03:23
lotuspsychjeqwebirc783: is this for server use?03:24
qwebirc783lotuspsychje:  no, the SAS drive is not for server use.  I intend to use it simply like a SATA data drive, except that I have only SATA ports on all of my machines (including my server machines).  I want to know what hardware (like PCIe card and/or enclosure) I need to make a SAS drive readable/writible within a machine running Ubuntu desktop with available PCIe slots.03:27
lotuspsychjeqwebirc783: maybe the ##hardware guys might know a linux solution for this, cant find anything real usefull03:29
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lotuspsychjeqwebirc783: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys also have more experience in this, and point you for desktop use also03:35
pcwizok it seems to be stuck on Feb 26 03:24:04 ubuntu-mate ubiquity[4036]: Step_Before = stepuserinfo ................its ben there 19 minutes now03:37
pcwiz10 mintues03:37
lotuspsychjepcwiz: best to detail out your issue more all in one line, what are you doing? ubuntu version?03:38
pcwizubuntu mate 15:10 i can't understand the exccedingly long install process03:39
qwebirc783lotuspsychje:  thanks, i'm asking over there now...03:39
lotuspsychjeqwebirc783: great!03:39
lotuspsychjepcwiz: how did you create your usb?03:39
pcwizif you dont wanna answer i'll find someone who will03:39
nacc_avocado: most of ubuntu starts with a debian package (and debian has a git tree), then there are deltas applied on top (which you can findd in launchpad)03:40
pcwizi created it with Rufus as recomended by the website03:40
nacc_pcwiz: i think you're expected to as on the mate channel for mate support03:40
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pcwizmay as well, not getting anything but smart asses here03:41
Guest77484How to increase a interent speed of the broadband in the ubunutu?03:41
Guest77484Please help me03:41
Guest77484I am tired of the slow internet...03:42
Bashing-ompcwiz: See my XX:09 entry ?03:42
b_how slow is it?03:42
Guest77484Very slow03:42
lotuspsychjeGuest77484: details please, ubuntu version, network card chipset..errors?03:43
nacc_avocado: once you have a source, you want to look at the debian/rules file to see how the package is built03:43
avocadonacc_: do most packages package that debian/ directory in the source tarball or as a diff? i ended up finding that rules file, but it was only in the diff03:45
nacc_avocado: there are, sort of, two sources to consider, one is the pristine upstream base (often called orig.tar.gz) and then a second that has the debian/ stuff (ending in debian.tar.xz)03:47
nacc_avocado: to get sources for ubuntu packages, i'd recommend using `pull-lp-source`03:47
lotuspsychjenacc_: he's on mac03:48
nacc_set up a schroot? or a VM or a container?03:49
lotuspsychjenacc_: well i pointed him earlier to the source here: http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/b/bitlbee/bitlbee_3.2.1+otr4.orig.tar.gz03:50
avocadolotuspsychje: there's no debian directory in that03:50
nacc_right that'll be the orig tarball, purely upstream source03:50
avocadofoudn what i wanted in the diff03:52
avocadoanyway, thanks nacc_03:53
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Majora320sorry, meant /join #javascript but typed too fast04:04
derp_commanderis there any way to get ubuntu to install a system according to a given partition scheme, even if it's one that the installer itself did not, and could not have created?04:17
Bashing-omderp_commander: ?? Certainly ... That could be a manual install selection ... or preset-up your partitions before-hand .04:20
derp_commanderBashing-om: but the installer (I think) only allows you to select a given partition to install the *whole* system on04:21
derp_commanderit doesn't respect any customized fstab with mount points04:21
derp_commanderBashing-om: is my only option to install the system on a partition, then go in with a gparted or knoppix livecd, repartition the drive, and move the directories and edit the fstab manually?04:24
Bashing-omderp_commander: We on the same page ? .. as the fstab will be made up from how uou tell the installer to set up the partitions .04:25
derp_commanderBashing-om: no, an fstab that may contain things like bind mounts04:26
Bashing-omderp_commander: Oh ! bind mounts would be made up after the install, so far as I recon .04:28
derp_commanderBashing-om: what I'd *like* to do would be able to do is have the installer install a new system over the *existing* filesystem04:31
derp_commanderBashing-om: either that, or simply modify the installer to get it to support what I want it to do04:34
Bashing-omderp_commander: Don't know. I have never set up a system on other than on physical partitions. Telling the installer what partition is the be "used as" .04:35
derp_commanderBashing-om: if the installer supported the full range of filesystems that gparted is capable of, I might not have an issue04:35
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derp_commanderbut idk if I anything would change by installing the requisite packages in the live session04:39
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Bashing-omderp_commander: Fregging at my memory, as far as I can recall you have that option to choose the file system .. but in all honesty all I have ever had an occasion to use us the default ext4 file system .04:41
derp_commanderit doesn't support some more nuanced things like bind mounts04:42
derp_commanderat least, I don't think it does04:42
Bashing-omderp_commander: I defer to those with the greater experience in this case . I just do not recall .04:43
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ubuntu-studioReceived a 30$ dollar Amazon card when you sign-up on Phrendly. http://goo.gl/deZZ8Q04:49
ubuntu-studioNot trying to be a d**K, but 30$ is a lot04:49
derp_commanderubuntu-studio: no, you're being a spammer. go away04:51
ubuntu-studioNo dude, is not a spam, i'm just been honest04:52
somsipubuntu-studio: spam": "Irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of newsgroups or users.04:53
somsipubuntu-studio: so take it elsewhere04:53
derp_commanderubuntu-studio: haha, no seriously, leave or I'll deal with you my own way, mr. (~ubuntu-st@adsl-98-90-27-43.mob.bellsouth.net04:54
RippyDippyHey guys. I have a full disk encryption setup, how would I go about having it lock on lid close?04:55
derp_commanderthat usually only locks on shutdown04:56
RippyDippyIm looking for it to lock on lid close if possible04:56
derp_commanderyou'd have to configure it to shutdown on lid close04:58
RippyDippySomehow I doubt that is the only way, but it is certainly a possibility04:58
derp_commanderI'm sure it's the only way04:59
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red_tablet_27can any1 help me with a bridge problem?05:08
service_anyone with experience in MintPPC05:08
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience05:10
red_tablet_27i keep getting "package not installed" when i run `brctl addbd b0' any ideas?05:12
somsip!find brctl05:12
ubottuFile brctl found in bash-completion, bridge-utils, selinux-policy-default, selinux-policy-dev, selinux-policy-doc, selinux-policy-mls, selinux-policy-ubuntu, selinux-policy-ubuntu-dev, selinux-policy-ubuntu-doc, zsh-common05:12
hiexpored_tablet_27, well read what it says and install them05:13
somsipred_tablet_27: addbr perhaps?05:13
red_tablet_27as far as i know all the dependincies r installed..kernel maybe?05:14
ubottuFor 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.05:14
hiexpopastebin it for me05:14
hiexpothe output05:15
red_tablet_27im running it on my nexus tablet so it could be a arm issue but im still getting the han gof this05:15
red_tablet_27somsip what do you mean?05:15
somsipred_tablet_27: the man suggest it's 'brctl addbr' not 'brctl addbd' as you pasted05:16
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red_tablet_27typo :P yea thats what ive been trying05:18
kevindafatry deleting the kernel05:19
somsip!behelpful | kevindafa05:19
ubottukevindafa: 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.05:19
kevindafaThat was helpful!!05:19
somsipkevindafa: if you're making a suggestion, make it in full. Deleting the kernel is not helpful on its own.05:20
kevindafaI tried it and now have spidey powers05:20
somsipred_tablet_27: so, as kevindafa is maybe implying, I'm seeing references to reboot to ensure any modules are correctly reloaded, but those are on old paes05:21
somsipkevindafa: ^^ "make it in full"05:21
somsip!info bridge-utils05:22
ubottubridge-utils (source: bridge-utils): Utilities for configuring the Linux Ethernet bridge. In component main, is optional. Version 1.5-9ubuntu1 (wily), package size 28 kB, installed size 99 kB (Only available for linux-any)05:22
somsipred_tablet_27: also references to ^^ this package seen here and there05:22
ubottuUbuntu channels can only provide support for Ubuntu itself, as other distributions and derivatives have repository and software changes. Please consult their websites for more information. Examples: gNewSense (support in #gnewsense), Linux Mint (see !mint), Kali Linux (#kali-linux), CrunchBang (support in #crunchbang), BackTrack (support in #backtrack-linux)05:22
kevindafaOh you should delete the kernel and then reboot to and then delete the IP adress. Don't forget to use an ssl connection so that Mark Zuckerberg and Larry Page cant see what your doing05:23
somsipred_tablet_27: more here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkConnectionBridge05:23
lotuspsychjekevindafa: stop that please05:24
kevindafaJust install gentoo instead. Works every time. Did it for my grandma and now she's writing 1337 scripts and browsing dank memes on the reg05:25
lotuspsychje!ops | kevindafa wrong support spam05:25
ubottukevindafa wrong support spam: 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, bazhang05:25
hiexponow your a gentoo guy ???? /////05:26
TuxedoJoeanyone got time for question?05:38
hiexpo!ask TuxedoJoe05:39
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience05:39
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/05:40
TuxedoJoeSo I am running ubuntu on a netbook..EEEPc 1005HA05:40
MobutilsBuddy at work thinks that one of his servers has been rooted. Suggestions on rook kit checkers?05:40
TuxedoJoeand it seems awfully sluggish..so I am downloading archlinux instead...is there anyway to make ubuntu lighter/faster instead of installing arch?05:40
lotuspsychje!info rkhunter | Mobutils05:41
ubottuMobutils: rkhunter (source: rkhunter): rootkit, backdoor, sniffer and exploit scanner. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.4.2-3 (wily), package size 194 kB, installed size 1038 kB05:41
lotuspsychjeMobutils: see also clamav05:41
lotuspsychjeMobutils: wich ubuntu version on the servers?05:41
MobutilsNot quite sure, I haven’t checked it out myself.05:41
MobutilsMore than likely a LTS of 12 or 1405:42
TuxedoJoe12.04LTS for my question :)05:42
lotuspsychjeMobutils: its trivial the servers are up to date and non an eol version neither05:42
lotuspsychjeTuxedoJoe: try a lubuntu or xubuntu05:42
Mobutilsthis is a  box that prob hasn’t been touched in a while… I doubt that he set it up for auto security updates… so up to date… ehh05:43
TuxedoJoelotuspsychje, would i have to format and reinstall completely or just basically change the gui?05:43
Mobutilsprob isn’t05:43
lotuspsychjeTuxedoJoe: you can testout from your current sure: sudo apt-get install lubuntu-desktop05:43
lotuspsychje!usn | Mobutils05:44
ubottuMobutils: Please see http://www.ubuntu.com/usn for information about recent Ubuntu security updates.05:44
lotuspsychjeMobutils: if not up to date, high security risks and clean install highly recommended05:44
TuxedoJoeok cool thanks lotuspsychje05:44
lotuspsychjeMobutils: would you still trust your system after all recent exploits?05:44
Mobutilslotuspsychje: I know, and no… again not my system… but I would be curious to check out the path of exploitation and to see if there are logs of what actually was done on the system “if” it is rooted.05:46
lotuspsychje!info snort | Mobutils can also help05:46
ubottuMobutils can also help: snort (source: snort): flexible Network Intrusion Detection System. In component universe, is optional. Version (wily), package size 647 kB, installed size 2103 kB05:46
Mobutilslotuspsychje: thanks for the suggestions. much appreciated.05:47
lotuspsychjeMobutils: if the system isnt up to date, many different ways to exploit also depending on wich services running on it05:47
yorwoshas any1 tried to install the unity3d editor for linux ? when it loads a window 'starting unity' pops and nothing happens05:50
lotuspsychje!msgthebot | hiexpo05:52
ubottuhiexpo: Please investigate with me only with "/msg ubottu Bot" or in #ubuntu-bots.  Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu !search factoid".05:52
hiexpodif factoids per channel05:53
lotuspsychjeMobutils: also findout if he uses openssh and protected with fail2ban or not05:55
Mobutilslotuspsychje: Knowing the guy, I imagine there was no hardening of the system done.05:56
Mobutilslotuspsychje: prob has root ssh, too05:56
Mobutilslotuspsychje: I’ll suggest a fail2ban aswell…05:57
lotuspsychjeMobutils: alot of daily hammering going on over ssh bruteforce05:58
Mobutilslotuspsychje: Yeah, I sometime like to watch the access.log… it amazes me that there are so many people “always” trying to brute force.06:04
Madhumper69my display resolution is off at 1280x1024 and i had no xorg.conf i created it and tried to force the resolution to 1080p but i must be doing something wrong06:07
corefocushello everyone06:13
corefocushow are you06:14
somsipcorefocus: this is a support channel - if you just want to chat, join #ubuntu-offtopic06:15
corefocusI feel supported already06:16
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deafmintsHello. I dunno if its right to ask this question in here. What would be the best linux distro for me?06:27
deafmintsI've used ubuntu loads of times06:27
hateballdeafmints: try ##linux06:27
deafmintsOk then06:27
lotuspsychjedeafmints: we also recommend using ubuntu :p06:28
deafmintsTrue lotuspsychje06:28
deafmintsAlso whats a good size for ubuntu06:28
hateballdeafmints: Do you have a problem you are looking to solve by changing distro?06:28
deafmintsis 150gb more than enough?06:28
deafmintsNah, I feel like dual booting an linux distro again06:28
deafmintsand i really am learning to doing ubuntu again06:29
deafmintsNot learning >.<06:29
adeon_deafmints try slackware06:29
hateballThis channel is for Ubuntu support, other topics go elsewhere06:29
adeon_im kidding.. lol ubuntu FTW06:30
deafmintsOk sorry hateball06:30
deafmintsMore appropriate question. How do i dual boot ubuntu again?06:30
hateballdeafmints: It all depends on what you intend to use the system for. My root partition for instance uses 10GB, then you need space for user data06:30
hateball!dualboot | deafmints06:30
ubottudeafmints: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot06:30
deafmintscheers hateball  :D06:30
adeon_deafmints download ubuntu in windows then download yumi or rufus06:31
adeon_then put it on a USB with any of those apps and install it, ubuntu wil take care of the rest with dual booting06:31
adeon_boot into the USB ofcourse... then install06:31
deafmintsTime to wait for ubuntu to download :P06:32
alkisgOr use virtualbox to try out as many distros as you want without messing with partitions06:32
Nothing_MuchHave a question, how do I install or locate a list of Ubuntu's scopes?06:35
SquarismHas Unity 8 become default WM in new ubuntu releases?06:35
lotuspsychjeSquarism: not yet06:35
Nothing_MuchSquarism, Not yet06:35
Squarismin 16.04?06:36
lotuspsychjeSquarism: you can already test unity8 but will not be default yet06:36
Nothing_MuchI think it will become optional in 16.0406:36
Nothing_MuchHow do I install or locate a list of Ubuntu's scopes?06:36
hateball!patience | Nothing_Much06:37
ubottuNothing_Much: 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/06:37
Squarismlotuspsychje, Nothing4You : so i understand it will be a fundamental change? Dropping the x11 dependency and all?06:37
lotuspsychje!mir | Squarism06:38
ubottuSquarism: Mir is the next-generation display server currently under development by Canonical and Ubuntu. It's slated for inclusion in Ubuntu 14.04. For more information on it, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Mir/Spec . For code, see https://launchpad.net/mir06:38
powerjuceHey all, is there something keeping me from creating a bridge on a network? It appears that the host automatically redirects that to the lo adapter.06:38
Nothing_Muchhateball, I don't want my question to disappear though.06:38
baizonNothing_Much: dpkg -l | grep scope06:38
Squarismold info?06:38
lotuspsychjeSquarism: it all keeps changing fast06:39
Nothing_MuchFOSS at its finest! :D06:40
lotuspsychjeNothing4You: apt-cache search scopes usefull?06:40
Nothing_MuchIs it possible to request a specific scope if I'm lacking development skills?06:40
Squarismanyone here running unity 8? In 14.04 for that matter06:40
Nothing_Muchlotuspsychje, baizon helped out, but I'm not finding what I'm looking for :D06:40
lotuspsychjeSquarism: ive tested unity8 in 16.0406:41
baizonNothing_Much: what are you looking for then?06:41
Nothing_MuchSquarism, It's good if you have FOSS drivers06:41
Nothing_Muchbaizon, Was looking for a Zillow Scope or Trulia scope, stuff like that, real estate.06:41
lotuspsychjeSquarism: but lets keep this channel free for real support06:41
lotuspsychje!discuss | Squarism06:41
ubottuSquarism: 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.06:41
Nothing_Much#ubuntu-offtopic ?06:41
Nothing_MuchWell, is there a website that allows requesting a list of Scopes to be developed? :D06:42
Michael_Dammertgood day all06:42
baizonNothing_Much: https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/scopes/06:43
Kartagisgood morning06:43
Kartagisquestion: what operation is performed after I remove a kernel from my system by means of apt-get?06:44
baizonKartagis: well yes06:45
alkisgKartagis:  $ ls /etc/kernel/postinst.d/06:45
alkisgMany scripts there, update-grub as well06:45
milando you know how to install mysql?06:46
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adeon_familirize yourself with apt-get  / aptitude06:46
baizonmilan: sudo apt-get install mysql-server06:46
adeon_sudo apt-get update06:46
adeon_bahh what baizon said, dont forget the update first06:47
Kartagisbaizon, alkisg: I realised something. if I have a bootable USB drive plugged in at the time of installing/removing a kernel, that USB is added to grub is well. but I tried update-grub2 manually and it wasn't found06:47
Kartagisstrange, isn't it?06:48
alkisgkaiza: update-grub, not 206:48
milanbaizon: then after that the localhost is activated on the browser? i never do this on linux06:48
alkisgKartagis, sorry06:48
baizonmilan: https://www.liquidweb.com/kb/how-to-install-mysql-on-ubuntu-14-04-lts/06:48
baizonalkisg: update-grub and update-grub2 do the same06:49
milanbaizon: thanks, i will try to read it06:49
alkisgbaizon: thanks, I didn't know there was an update-grub2 symlink to update-grub06:51
damldamldoes ubuntu minimal  include ntfs write support and  some sort of desktop?07:01
ubottuThe Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want.  The installer is text based (rather than graphical as used on the Desktop DVD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD07:02
hateballdamldaml: ^07:02
damldamli ust quickly need to run a linux off  usb to opy from internal laptop drive to external..07:03
damldamlthen run its recovery partition07:03
zimek125Hello everyone;) I have a problem: you want to install the old kernel in Ubuntu 14.04, for example kernel 3.4.110, peeking at the beginning not to launch the. It turned out that the fault is RAID installed on the server. I compiled the kernel with the driver for RAID, now the system normally loads, but at some point throws an error with initramfs (BusyBox, etc.), I tried to not even rootdelay increase and it did not help. The kernel can not mount the parti07:19
zimek125Hello everyone;) I have a problem: you want to install the old kernel in Ubuntu 14.04, for example kernel 3.4.110, peeking at the beginning not to launch the. It turned out that the fault is RAID installed on the server. I compiled the kernel with the driver for RAID, now the system normally loads, but at some point throws an error with initramfs (BusyBox, etc.), I tried to not even rootdelay increase and it did not help. The kernel can not mount the parti07:22
zimek125sorry for spam ;)07:22
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TyranoBonjour bonjour tout le monde07:45
hateball!fr | Tyrano07:46
ubottuTyrano: 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.07:46
zimek125Hello everyone;) I have a problem: you want to install the old kernel in Ubuntu 14.04, for example kernel 3.4.110, peeking at the beginning not to launch the. It turned out that the fault is RAID installed on the server. I compiled the kernel with the driver for RAID, now the system normally loads, but at some point throws an error with initramfs (BusyBox, etc.), I tried to not even rootdelay increase and it did not help. The kernel can not mount the parti07:46
TyranoWell that's fine for me07:47
alkisgzimek125: why do you need to compile the kernel yourself?07:50
alkisgWhy do you need an older kernel?07:50
alkisgAlso, what you're writing gets cut off at "can not mount the parti"07:50
zimek125a newer Kernel than 3.8.0-27 device does not work (grabber - maybe don't have drivers)07:51
alkisgzimek125: there are precompiled kernels in http://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/07:52
zimek125sorry for my english :/ i am from poland07:53
alkisgYou can install one from there07:53
zimek125precompiled kernel can't boot on my RAID :/07:53
alkisg(09:51:59 πμ) zimek125: a newer Kernel than 3.8.0-27 device does not work (grabber - maybe don't have drivers) ==> do you mean "grub" there? grub is loaded before the kernel, it's not related to your self-compiled kernel07:54
alkisgBusybox means that grub loaded the kernel, but your kernel can't find your disk (or other issue, see what it tells you)07:55
zimek125i need to use kernel 3.8 or older, becouse of specyfic hardware, that supports only older kernels07:56
zimek125i have had tried also tu downgrade my kernel from ubuntu repo, however it fails when it goes to load ramdisk07:57
alkisgzimek125: in busybox, if you run `ls /dev/sd*`, do you see your disk?07:57
alkisgramdisk is loaded by grub, not by the kernel07:58
zimek125i'll check that, one sec07:58
* alkisg wonders how zimek125 installed his system in the first place, if he had to use a custom kernel...07:59
zimek125i have installed ubuntu from cd07:59
alkisgThen ubuntu from cd saw your disk?07:59
zimek125on other computer it works fine, after downgrading kernel from repo08:00
zimek125but other computer has no raid08:01
qwebirc12422I want to remove the post you have done08:02
qwebirc12422kindly remove it from your site08:02
zimek125bussy box on sec computer, while loading older kerner after "ls /dev/sd" throws no such file08:02
alkisgls /dev/sd*08:03
alkisgThere's a star there08:03
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qwebirc12422there is information of my client08:03
qwebirc12422which can't be left like this08:03
zimek125yep i have tried it with star08:03
alkisgzimek125: then it doesn't see your raid08:03
qwebirc12422please help me08:04
alkisgqwebirc12422: why do you think #ubuntu is related at all to that post?08:04
alkisgShouldn't you be contacting the web master of that site instead?08:04
qwebirc12422how can i contact to the webmaster08:05
alkisgCheck the site, it should write it somewhere08:05
zimek125so how i can force older kernel to see raid?08:06
alkisgzimek125: no idea, you haven't even told us what hardware that is, if it ever worked with linux and how etc etc08:07
zimek125it is specyfic multiport videograbber. the manofacturer supports only kernels up to 3.8. i have tried to build the driver on never, hovever it does not work08:08
alkisgzimek125: did you ever made it work? how?08:09
zimek125yes, on other hardvare (this one without raid). I have installed older kernel from repo, builded the driver and it works.08:09
zimek125but it fails to run with new kernel08:10
alkisgzimek125: did you ever made *the raid* work? how/08:10
zimek125the raid works fine with up to date kernel (stock kernel from ubuntu 14.04)08:11
alkisgSorry, I can't understand the problem, maybe someone else can help :)08:11
zimek125i have got videograber that runs only on old kernels, and i have new machine that accepts only new kernels08:12
alkisgBoot the machine with the newer kernel, run lsmod to see which raid module you're using, so that you then know what module to include to your older kernel08:14
zimek125the videograbber that i need to run is: Euresys Picolo U8 (pci-e)08:14
Jordan_Uzimek125: Much better to work on getting the video grabber working with a newer kernel rather than trying to get RAID working with an older one.08:16
zimek125this is hard thing, becouse it is not supported, and i have no idea how to make it run. it builds with no error, but it does not run08:18
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zimek125can you tell me, how to check, why the driver fails to run?08:19
zimek125my friend aldo had tried to build older kernel with module "megaraid_sas", however it also fails to run08:21
alkisgzimek125: I see megaraid_sas even in 3.2 kernel08:22
chovy_where do stuff go that used to go to /var/log/messages?08:22
chovy_i don't have that file08:22
chovy_but apparently logging info supposed to be there08:23
zimek125so why ubuntu 12.04.3 with kernel 3.8 fails to detect the hard drive on installation?08:23
alkisgzimek125: maybe you didn't include the module in the initramfs for some reason (following wrong instructions?)08:23
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alkisgTry modprobe megaraid_sas and lsmod in busybox08:24
cspackchovy_: try /var/log/syslog08:24
acosonicI need to discuss something... I have old servers with old apps that were used for like 10 years, and they are looking nice, some websites are there, webapps, databases... ANd that all is migrated now, reprogrammed etc... But what do I do with that server... Should I brutally delete it, or should I store it for some future generations that might create museum of virtual machines... ?08:27
zimek125trying to run "modprobe megaraid_sas" and it throws: megasas: (date)08:27
zimek125my bussybox throws that lsmod not found08:28
alkisgzimek125: and after that `ls /dev/disk/by-id` shows your disk?08:28
alkisg(or ls /dev/sd*)08:28
zimek125i see only my cd-rom08:29
alkisgAnd are you sure that's the correct module for your raid?08:29
zimek125ls /ved/sd* no such file08:29
alkisgnot ved08:30
zimek125kinda sure, on "working" kerner i have megaraid_sas module08:30
zimek125ofc /dev. working with 2 keyboards, so mistakes happen08:31
forgottenonehi how can i change default shell (to fish) of my account without sudo access? i tried chsh -s /usr/bin/fish but i get user does not exist in /etc/passwd08:31
geirhaforgottenone: Sounds like the system doesn't use passwd then08:35
geirhaforgottenone: You'll probably have to ask the sysadmin(s) to change it for you08:35
wyseguytrying to move multiple files from multiple directories with the same extension to a new directory08:37
wyseguyi did this but its not working08:37
wyseguyfind -name '*.zip' -exec mv {} /path/to/single/target/directory \;08:37
somsipwyseguy: which bit doesn't work?08:38
somsipwyseguy: doesn't look like you have a path in the find expression...08:38
wyseguyit says find: illegal option -- n08:38
wyseguyoh, probably -n instead of name eh08:39
chovy_cspack: log statements aren't showing up08:39
forgottenonegeirha: actually passwd is installed on the system, and iirc  i used to change my password08:39
forgottenonegeirha: actually passwd is installed on the system, and iirc  i used it to change my password*08:39
alkisgforgottenone: grep username /etc/passwd, is your user there?08:39
forgottenonealkisg: username is not in /etc/passwd08:40
geirhaforgottenone: by passwd I mean the passwd database at /etc/passwd, which is used by default, but not required. It's unrelated to the passwd command08:41
alkisgforgottenone: then geirha is right and your installation is not using that system, /etc/passwd.Maybe you're using ldap?08:41
wyseguynm i got it08:41
forgottenonegeirha: i see,sorry i missunderstood you08:42
forgottenonealkisg: how can i check that?08:42
cspackchovy_: if you're looking for kernel messages you can use dmesg08:42
somsipwyseguy: and?08:42
alkisgforgottenone: I haven't used ldap, but maybe with:  grep ^auth /etc/pam.d/common-auth08:43
forgottenonealkisg: is it possible to change user shell with ldap08:44
alkisgI haven't used ldap, dunno08:44
forgottenonealkisg: ok still thanks08:44
alkisgforgottenone: did you see ldap in that common-auth file?08:45
forgottenonealkisg: yes08:46
alkisgforgottenone: check if chsh.ldap is installed08:46
forgottenonealkisg: btw i am connecting to machine via ssh and it has two step auth, auth    [success=2 default=ignore]      pam_unix.so nullok_secure auth    [success=1 default=ignore]      pam_ldap.so use_first_pass08:48
forgottenonei got this with the grep ^auth08:48
chovy_looks like maybe iptables logging doesn't work on openvz?08:49
jushurchovy_: it does?09:00
jushurchovy_: what precisly do you mean by not working? on the host or the guest?09:01
chovy_these logs aren't showing up in /var/log/kern.log09:01
jushurchovy_: yes, im looking at it.09:03
jushurchovy_: no messages in dmesg, when you start the firewall? (thinking missing module)09:08
jushurchovy_: http://openvz.org/Setting_up_an_iptables_firewall09:14
drac0666what kernel version you have guys?09:15
acosonicI need to discuss something... I have old servers with old apps that were used for like 10 years, and they are looking nice, some websites are there, webapps, databases... ANd that all is migrated now, reprogrammed etc... But what do I do with that server... Should I brutally delete it, or should I store it for some future generations that might create museum of virtual machines... ?09:18
jushurdrac0666: 4.4.3 custom build here.09:18
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jushuracosonic: depends on copyrights/licensing. if its "yours" you can do what ever you like. if its a customers page it may be good to ask them first if its ok to save it for such purpose.09:19
acosonicjushur: its internal, our company's09:20
mcphailacosonic: that isn't really on-topic here09:20
jushuracosonic: and i sudgest geting writen consent, as rights may transfeer in a som sellout.09:20
jushuracosonic: does it run ubuntu?09:21
jushuracosonic: #ubuntu-offtopic is proper channel for such questions btw.09:22
acosonicjushur: yup, ubuntus, centoses, windows... It's old virtual machines... Now migrated to newer OS-es, and newer apps... At first we migrated physical machines to virtual ones... And I'm wondering should I delete them or no... Because old stuff that we had like magnet tapes we gave to museum09:22
adacdoes anyone else experience problems with thunderbird and enigmail?09:22
adacEnigmail initialization failed.09:22
adacYou are using GnuPG version 1.4.16, which is not supported anymore. Enigmail requires GnuPG version 2.0.7 or newer. Please upgrade your GnuPG installation, or Enigmail will not work.09:22
adacthis happens to me since yesterday09:23
drac0666adac just update?09:24
adacdrac0666, you mean like apt-get update?09:25
drac0666adac, 2.0.29 is the stable version suggested for most users,09:25
adacwell there is no newer version of gpg offered09:25
drac0666adac, https://www.gnupg.org/download/index.html09:26
adacdrac0666, Ok I see. But my collegue has the exact same ubuntu/thunderbird/enigmail installation you know, and he has no issues with that09:27
drac0666adac, from the other side you can always downgrade ur enigmail, i suppose it was updated thats why it doesnt work with ur old Enigmail09:27
adacok so maybe enigmail was updated09:28
adacI have to check that09:28
drac0666adac, are you 100% sure that ur collegue has exactly same versions?09:28
adacdrac0666, bot about enigmail, I'm curerntly checking that09:28
adacI was to fast with stating that, sorry09:29
drac0666adac, im not using GnuPG but i think its better to use more currenty recommended version than old one09:29
adacdrac0666, I guess that this makes definitely sense09:29
adacI mean it is a huge version jump09:30
drac0666adac, well im not sure of that09:30
drac0666adac, check last post here09:30
drac0666adac, https://www.reddit.com/r/GnuPG/comments/2qxw18/ubuntu_how_do_i_upgrade_gpg_keys_to_modern/09:30
adachehe ok09:30
drac0666adac, on my ubuntu gnupug 1.4.18-709:33
adacdrac0666, also wondering why enigmail probably has just updated itself09:35
adacwithout my consent09:35
adacmaybe I got hacked09:35
drac0666adac, i dont know, tbh im linux user for few days so far ;p09:35
adacgpg --version09:35
adacgpg (GnuPG) 1.4.1609:35
adacwhich ubuntu version do you have? drac0666?09:36
drac0666adac, whats ur enigmail version?09:36
adacdrac0666, really? :)09:36
drac0666adac, 15.10 currenty09:36
adacdrac0666, that explains it i'm on  14.04.4 LTS09:36
adacI'm only using LTS versions09:36
adacRunning Enigmail version 1.9 (20160223-1641)09:37
drac0666adac, seems u updated like 3 days ago? ;p09:37
drac0666This version requires GnuPG 2.0.7 or newer. GnuPG 1.4.x is not supported anymore.09:37
adacah lol yes09:37
adacbut it didn't asked me at all09:37
drac0666adac, https://www.enigmail.net/index.php/en/download09:38
drac0666adac, just download previous version09:38
tulphoonOr download this09:38
drac0666or update gnupeg09:38
adactahnks guys!09:38
tulphoonupdating is better09:38
tulphooni mean gnuPG09:38
adacI will do an update yes09:38
tulphoonyou need those libraries for it to work09:38
drac0666in terms of security probably yes09:38
tulphoonthe libs09:38
tulphoonand one of the GnuPG versions09:39
tulphoonyou probably want modern one09:39
tulphoonas it's the only one that works on that Enigmail version09:39
adacsudo apt-get install gnupg209:42
adacthen set the correct path to the gnupg2 binary in enigmail09:42
adacand all is fine again09:42
tulphoonit works?09:42
tulphoonaww man09:42
tulphooni did all the bullshit with compiling it from zero09:42
adacthanks again friends!09:42
adactulphoon yes that sometimes happens09:43
adacI always search for a "native" installation possibilty first09:43
adacthis is a good source btw. but its geman09:43
Deltanichi, im getting these errors on an `apt-get update`, anyone knows what causes this and how to solve it?09:44
tulphoonLooks like you have not working repos in your /etc/apt/sources.list09:46
drac0666Deltanic, you have this error for all repos?09:47
Deltanicdrac0666, no, but i do get them for a lot09:47
Deltanicthis is only half of it09:47
Deltaniccant recall someone changing the sources though09:48
Deltanicthey should be pretty default09:48
drac0666Deltanic, maybe some connection issues?09:48
Deltanicdoubt that09:49
Deltanici got told by someone else it might be a caching issue, but had no idea how to resolve09:49
Deltanicdrac0666, i could try disabling these sources, but i suspect that would break things aswell09:51
Deltanicfwiw, this is the full list: http://qs.lc/vc73b09:51
drac0666Deltanic, maybe wait for some1 who has better knowledge about this than me before you do something09:51
KlausedSourcehello, not sure if this is the right place to ask but well: I'm using evolution and when I reply to a Mail in the quoted message it always uses UTC (GMT+0). I haven't found an option to change this behaviour to my local timezone. Anyone knows of a way?09:51
Deltanicdrac0666, hmm alright09:52
drac0666Deltanic, can you post it in text version ? i would like to check something09:52
Deltanicsure, ill dump the entire thing09:52
tulphoonDeltanic, give us a text version of your /etc/apt/sources.list09:52
Deltanictulphoon, alright hang on09:53
Deltanicdrac0666, tulphoon, here is the full apt-get update dump:09:54
DeltanicHit http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com precise Release.gpg09:54
DeltanicHit http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com precise-updates Release.gpg09:54
DeltanicHit http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com precise-backports Release.gpg09:54
DeltanicHit http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com precise Release09:54
DeltanicHit http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com precise-updates Release09:54
ubottuFor 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.09:54
drac0666!paste | Deltanic09:54
ubottuDeltanic: please see above09:54
drac0666Deltanic, http://paste.ubuntu.com09:55
Deltanic2my god im a fucking retard09:55
Deltanic2this is why i hate clients directly sending output09:55
Deltanic2great to work with a broken keyboard that missed my ctrl+c keypress :|09:55
Deltanic2http://pastebin.com/aqWGTL5C <- this was supposed to be sent, damnit09:56
tulphoonNot really it didnt ;)09:56
tulphoonoh okay. nvm09:56
Deltanic2tulphoon: i did attempt to copy that address though :P09:56
tulphoonI thought you were talking about trying to copy from the terminal.09:56
tulphoonAnd in case in which you use gnome-terminal that keybind is Ctrl + SHift + C09:57
tulphoonnvm :P09:57
Deltanic2good thing Drone` killed me though09:57
Deltanic2nah im on a putty terminal09:57
Deltanic2anyway, sources.list!09:57
tulphoonoh okay.09:57
tulphoonye i need that09:57
tulphoonDo you had those repos by default09:57
tulphoonor you've added them?09:57
Deltanic2tulphoon, http://pastebin.com/QgREFz6f09:58
Deltanic2well, i know i never added any sources09:58
drac0666Deltanic2, whats ur ubuntu version?09:59
Deltanic2drac0666: 12.0410:00
tulphoonohohoho, that's super old10:00
tulphoonlike, really really old10:00
Deltanic2i know10:00
Deltanic2we're undoing ourselves from it pretty soon10:00
Deltanic2but our ssl expired and i kinda want to use letsencrypt for the time being10:00
Deltanic2which.. doesnt work right now10:00
Horyoso im messing with the new 16.04 and i notice that  most my stuff is in english but there a few folder and the errors are in chineese10:01
drac0666Deltanic2, maybe ur sources just no longer exist10:01
Deltanicdrac0666, possibly, but what alternatives would i use?10:01
drac0666i have open some of them in webbroswer and they dont exist10:01
Deltanicor would i just go full "fuck this i aint doing shit"10:02
drac0666Deltanic, im not expert but ubuntu 12 is not supported anymore10:02
drac0666Deltanic, so you have to go find packages by ur own10:02
drac0666Deltanic, if you need update, but you really need updage?10:02
Deltanicyes, letsencrypt doesnt work this way10:03
tulphoonWell in my school place, we have Ubuntus 12.04 installed and updating works.10:03
Deltanicand i have absolutely no idea what to add or change10:03
tulphoontry to rename your sources.list10:03
tulphoonto some dumb name which you will remember10:03
drac0666tulphoon, maybe ur admin removed broken sources?10:04
Deltanictulphoon, mind sharing your sources list maybe? :P10:04
DeltanicIF you can access it10:04
tulphooni cannot unfortunately, that's the problem10:04
drac0666Deltanic, for example open http://ppa.launchpad.net/ondrej/php5/ubuntu/dists/precise/main/binary-amd64/Packages10:04
tulphoonHe has i386 arch10:04
tulphoonor the sources are bad10:05
Deltanicand after renaming, wehat do i do? try updating again?10:05
drac0666Deltanic, and remove part from "precise" so open  http://ppa.launchpad.net/ondrej/php5/ubuntu/dists/10:05
tulphoonNope, because your sources would be blank.10:05
tulphoonI thought about making a new file and trying different repos.10:06
Deltanicdrac0666, php is the least of my issues, i could live without these10:06
tulphoonSo you wouldn't fuck up your old sources.list.10:06
drac0666Deltanic, its example..10:06
Deltanictulphoon, ah, but i still need something in there :P10:06
tulphoonyes i know.10:06
Deltanicdrac0666, hmm well i guess i could try10:06
drac0666Deltanic, repos are there just not for your "precise"10:06
drac0666Deltanic, try remove precies and type newer version10:06
drac0666Deltanic, for 1 link and see if it works10:07
exospeciesi'm wondering if there is a way to get more lines (with older results) when doing dmesg -T10:07
Deltanicdrac0666, idk what to make of the other urls though10:07
tulphoondmesg | less10:07
tulphoonalthough you will lose color10:07
jushurexospecies: dmesg shows what happened from last bootup. not previous boot. thus if you want to further back you need to check logs.10:08
tulphoonalso easy to shuffle through with PgUP, PgDown, j, k and you can search inside of it with /<phrase>10:08
tulphoonoh that type of older results10:08
Deltanicdrac0666, http://nl.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/precise-updates/main/binary-i386/10:09
Deltanicwould such an url work?10:09
Deltanicbecause that url does exist10:09
Deltanic(so without the /Packages)10:09
tulphoonWhat's the arch on your CPU there?10:10
tulphooni386 or amd64?10:10
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drac0666Deltanic, i dont know, im not sure of my solution10:10
drac0666Deltanic, its just my shoot10:10
Deltanicwell the sources.list doesnt even list full urls10:10
Deltanicso it wouldnt make sense10:10
drac0666Deltanic, maybe try to just fix ur crypt app10:10
drac0666Deltanic, why its not working what you missing?10:11
Deltanicdrac0666, no idea what that means10:11
drac0666Deltanic, that letscrypt its some application right?10:11
Deltanicletsencrypt works fine10:11
Deltanicjust tested it on a 14.10 machine10:11
drac0666Deltanic, ye but it doesnt work on Your machine?10:12
Deltanicalso clearly letsencrypt isnt the issue here10:12
Deltanicas apt-get update causes errors10:12
Deltanicwell, the 14.10 machine is mine10:12
Deltanicthe 12.04 is a prod server10:12
tulphoonWhere are you based? or your server10:12
drac0666as far as i know you dont need apt-get update work to run some apps if you do everything by urself10:12
Deltanictulphoon, yeah both me and the server are NL10:13
Deltanicdrac0666, letsencrypt automatically does an apt-get update. that probably returns a non-zero exit code, and thus fails. thats why10:13
tulphoondeb http://mirror.amsiohosting.net/archive.ubuntu.com/ YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE main10:13
tulphoonno wait10:14
hyponicHi guys. a quick question. i have 2 ip addresses one on em1 and one on em1:0. the latest is a null routed ip to the first one from the isp. what i want is to create a NAT rule using iptables to show the ip address from em1:0 as source when i go out to a specific destination. any ideas how i can do that with iptables?10:14
tulphoondeb http://mirror.amsiohosting.net/archive.ubuntu.com/ YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE main10:14
tulphoondeb-src http://mirror.amsiohosting.net/archive.ubuntu.com/ YOUR_UBUNTU_VERSION_HERE main10:14
tulphoonin your case it would be precise10:14
Deltanicas the only thing in my sources.list?10:14
Deltanicalright, ill try that10:15
tulphoonthen apt-get update10:15
Deltanictulphoon, still seems to be fetching from launchpad for example10:17
Deltanicalso your mirror doesnt seem to work either10:17
Deltanici guess its fetching anouther sourceslist from somewhere else10:18
Deltanicalthough that doesnt explain why your mirror fails10:18
tulphoonWell, the source is up.10:18
Deltanicthe specific URL isnt10:18
Deltanicwith that /Packages appended10:18
Deltanicwithout that part, urls are valid10:18
tulphoonthere is no packages appended tbh10:19
exospeciesjushur: i don't know the difference between boot and bootup, but there are not the same entries today as yesterday, and still the same session of byobu is running, so the system has not rebooted10:19
Deltanictulphoon, yes there is10:20
Deltaniclook at the 404 url for instance10:20
tulphoonpaste it on some pastebin10:20
Deltaniclast part of the url contains /Packages10:20
tulphoonoh okay, because it's going through the source10:20
Deltanicits the same case as the previous pastebin10:20
Deltanicalso that mirror fails aswell10:20
tulphoonmaybe your apt-get is outdated10:21
tulphoonthat might've been the case :X10:21
tulphoondeb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy universe10:23
tulphoondeb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy universe10:23
tulphoondeb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy-updates universe10:23
jushurdont use EOL software, there is no backports of security fixes. and there is know vuln for many packages in that version.10:23
tulphoondeb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ saucy-updates universe10:23
tulphoonchange up the saucy for precise in all10:23
tulphoonDo you really need to apt-get update or nah?10:25
tulphoonI mean this is just weird :P10:25
Deltanictulphoon, yes i do, letsencrypt automatically does that10:25
Deltanicjushur, cant really change that fact right now, and as stated, its only for the time being10:25
tulphoonI don't know really it should be working.10:26
Deltanicthat us archive seems to be working :)10:27
tulphoonwell you won't have the best speeds10:27
Deltanicdoesnt matter10:27
tulphoonjust now add all of the flags you need10:27
tulphoonlike main10:27
tulphoonand things like that :P10:28
tulphoonbecause now it's only universe packages which you are getting10:28
Deltanicnow i only need to find the other sources list10:28
Deltanicwhere the launchpad is coming from...10:28
Deltanici guess those are from sources.list.d?10:28
drac0666Deltanic, https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt/issues/190310:28
drac0666Deltanic, maybe this is somehow ur problem?10:28
exospecieshow do i find the logs which dmesg displays?10:29
drac0666Deltanic, btw letsencrypt ask for root password?10:29
Deltanicdrac0666, no i am root10:29
Deltanic10/10 security here10:29
Deltanicit doesnt look like thats the issue though10:30
Deltanicill try with the us sources first and see where that gets me10:30
drac0666Deltanic, are you running this letsencrypt from terminal?10:30
Deltanicdrac0666, yes10:31
Deltanicnote >putty10:31
tulphoonDeltanic, try this10:31
tulphoondeb http://mirror.cc.columbia.edu/pub/linux/ubuntu/archive/ precise main10:31
tulphoondeb-src http://mirror.cc.columbia.edu/pub/linux/ubuntu/archive/ precise main10:31
Deltanictulphoon, why so10:31
Deltanicus works :P10:31
Deltanici mean, those sources work ,not sure if everything works now10:31
drac0666columbia pacakges are probably boosted by coka10:32
tulphoonWell you wanted the launchpad repos didn't you?10:32
Deltanictulphoon, nah i needed to disable these10:32
Deltanici dont need them so much10:32
Deltanicphp doesnt need to be updated10:32
tulphoonoh okay.10:32
tulphoonSo you're good?10:32
Deltanictrying now10:33
HollyRainhi! any channel about lxd/lxc?10:35
tulphoonSearch it up on search browsers, HollyRain.10:36
HollyRain I did it10:36
FuchsHollyRain: #lxc-dev, but it appears to be a bit empty10:36
FuchsHollyRain: in general: you can search for channels with alis, see /msg alis help list. /msg alis list *searchterm* looks for channel names containing searchterm. /msg alis list * -topic *searchterm* looks for channel topics containing searchterm.10:36
HollyRainFuchs, thanks10:36
Paddy_NIDoes anyone know how to stop the terminal from truncating long file names?10:37
Fuchsyou're welcome10:37
Paddy_NILike if I do "ls -1 /path/to/dir/ | grep -i something" I get a truncated name and have no way of interacting with the file/folder on the commandline10:37
tulphoonPaddy_Ni, try10:37
tulphoongrep -i *something*10:38
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Deltanictulphoon, fuck yeah that source is great10:38
Paddy_NItulphoon: Results in no output10:38
Deltanicworks fine now :)10:38
toyman61Hello ??10:39
Ben64Paddy_NI: what are you trying to accomplish10:39
Paddy_NIBen64: Trying to see the full file name / path10:40
toyman61I'm just checking with language to use ... :-)10:40
jushuri wonder how it is that all distros handles language and zone/date wrong, if i have english langue set, i expect it to show all in english and not days in my local langauge ifi  set the layout of time to local.. effectivly breaking language choise.10:40
Ben64Paddy_NI: but your example has grep, what are you trying to do10:40
Paddy_NISo that I can interact with it10:40
toyman61with = which10:40
HollyRainwhich is the difference betweem ubuntu-server and ubuntu-cloud?10:40
tulphoonProbably in packets preinstalled.10:40
Paddy_NIBen64: I wish to navigate to a specific folder to delete a file (virus) from within it.10:41
toyman61I have a problem with my Linux Mint 17.3 Cinnamon installation using MSI H170A PC MATE motherboard. Is this the right forum to ask such a question ?10:41
tulphoonThis is a Ubuntu IRC.10:41
Fuchstoyman61: no, for mint you should go to the mint channel, which is on spotchat :)10:41
Ben64toyman61: nope. mint has their own support channel. #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org10:41
Paddy_NIBen64: When I get to a certain point in the file name using tab completion I end up with a further 2154 possibilities10:41
toyman61I see. Thanks for the information. I'll look it up..10:42
Paddy_NIBen64: I was hoping grep would display the full name10:42
Paddy_NIBen64: I see that it is only going to reflect what input it is given10:42
Paddy_NIMakes sense10:42
Paddy_NISo the problem is with ls10:42
Ben64yeah you should be using find10:42
Paddy_NIBen64: I never really use finf10:43
Ben64it's fantastic10:43
tulphoonfor finding normal files?10:43
Ben64for finding things10:43
tulphoonMaybe i'm using it wrong but i don't get any output in most cases.10:43
Paddy_NIBen64: How do I point find at a certain location and have it look for a part of the file name?10:43
tulphoonOnly when i look up things like commands or so.10:43
Ben64Paddy_NI: find [path] -iname *foo*10:44
Paddy_NIFor instance this is part of the file name "_31bf3856ad364e35_8.0.6001.18702_none_6f561c09617d9439"10:44
Paddy_NIAh cool10:44
Ben64man find for more options10:45
Paddy_NIBen64: Find is handy for organizing the data restored using PhotoRec into more sensible folders10:45
HollyRaintulphoon, does the answer was for me?10:45
Paddy_NIThat is my experience of it10:45
tulphoonI'm not really familiar with it, because i use different distro for Server.10:45
Paddy_NIBen64: Output is still truncated10:46
tulphoonHollyRain, you can just look up on the ubuntu page and get to know the differences by yourself.10:47
Ben64Paddy_NI: no it isn't10:47
Paddy_NIBen64: It is here10:47
Ben64you're doing something incorrectly10:47
Ben64how are you determining it is truncated10:48
Paddy_NIthose dots10:48
Paddy_NIAnd the fact that I cannot interact with the file as a I cannot point to it10:48
Ben64can you pastebin the exact command and output10:49
tulphoonHollyRain, http://imgur.com/bM8AKm910:49
Paddy_NIBen64: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15204771/10:50
Paddy_NIBen64: You see10:50
Paddy_NINot me10:50
Paddy_NIPerhaps find needs to be told to output full file name10:50
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agentkCan someone advise me on a curious a suspect situation a ran into? A user account was created while I was installing Mathbuntu script from mathbuntu.org. I also noticed short cuts that were on my desktop were missing before I started the install of the software package.10:50
Paddy_NIagent008: The matrix has you10:51
Paddy_NIagentk: ^10:51
Paddy_NIagentk: I guess you could pastebin the script that you ran10:53
Ben64Paddy_NI: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15204782/10:53
Ben64not truncated10:53
Paddy_NIBen64: Single path10:53
Paddy_NISingle dir10:54
Paddy_NINot the same10:54
Ben64how is it not the same10:54
Paddy_NIMine is several directories deep10:54
Ben64huge folder names + huge file name10:54
Ben64so is mine...10:54
agentkI am suspecting my machine was compromised before i downloaded the script. As i said desktop icons were missing before i downloaded the script.10:55
agentkthe account was formated "TeMpOrArYMaThBuNtU UsEr"10:56
agentkI have since deleted the account. I did a root kit check and only got warnings regarding Paython and a hidden .java file10:58
Paddy_NIBen64: hmm your example also has just continuous letters no numbers no whitespace10:59
Ben64it doesn't matter, it doesn't cut anything10:59
Paddy_NIBen64: Mine says different10:59
Ben64maybe the file just has the .. in it11:00
Paddy_NIGiven your example is not the same11:00
Paddy_NIBen64: It does not, when viewed from windows it is all there11:00
Ben64so maybe its because of whatever filesystem it is11:01
Paddy_NIBen64: NTFS11:01
agentkI believe that my system has been cracked, what can I do to prevent a man in the middle attack or other exploits on Ubuntu. I am Not very knowledgeable in Linux.11:01
Paddy_NIagentk: Backup, scan, format/reinstall11:02
Ben64agentk: update regularly, don't run things as root, be careful what services you run11:02
agentkI have to run as root to install programs, that is not an option is it?11:03
Ben64you never have to run as root, you can use sudo11:03
agentksudo was root?11:03
leonarthhow do you skip seeing the release notes with 'apt -y full-upgrade' ?11:03
Paddy_NI!sudo | agentk11:03
ubottuagentk: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !pkexec (for older releases: !gksu and !kdesudo). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo11:03
Ben64sudo does things with superuser permission, of course thats fine11:03
agentkI had never ran as root otherwise until just now to look at the log file.11:04
Ben64i mean like running firefox as root, running irc as root, etc11:04
Ben64or just logging into root and doing things isn't a great idea11:04
agentkI have always used sudo when I have been prompted that I need to root the system.11:05
Ben64you should know exactly what you're running and what it will do11:05
AnticomHi all. I'm having an issue with kernelshark: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15204677/11:06
agentkis there a KDE destop for ubunto? That is the version I used back in 2001 when I ran Suse.11:06
Ben64agentk: yep11:06
Anticomtrace-cmd is installed on my machine. I don't get the error message11:06
agentkBen64 will I be more at home in the KDE for Ubuntu since I used KDE for Suse or will it be different?11:08
Paddy_NIagentk: There is no YAST in Kubuntu11:08
Ben64agentk: well i'm sure it has changed in the past 15 years11:08
Paddy_NIagentk: I recently switched my Desktop PC back to KDE (OpenSUSE Tumbleweed)11:09
Paddy_NIagentk: Use what you are familiar with11:09
Paddy_NIBen64: It must be to do with NTFS11:10
agentkwhen seeking to elevate my privileges to run an application, all you would do is right lick and choose runas root.11:10
Paddy_NIagentk: That sounds dodgy enough11:10
Paddy_NIPotentially harmful11:11
Ben64you almost never need to run things as root11:11
Paddy_NIagentk: What are you running as root?11:12
agentkSo, how can you look at your logs without running as root?11:12
agentkyour logs belong to the root account.11:13
Paddy_NIagentk: sudo11:13
agentki tried that!11:13
Paddy_NIagentk: Example?11:13
Ben64most logs are viewable without privileges11:13
Paddy_NIAnd that^11:13
Paddy_NIcat should suffice11:13
maxscam1how do I find the serial port for my laptop's keyboard? is it in /dev/tty?11:14
Paddy_NIBen64: I just an idea, if I run clamscan with the "--remove --recursive" operators and point it to the upper level directory then it should delete it for me11:15
Paddy_NIDid not want to have to run the full 3 hour scan again11:15
agentkI ran rkhunter at the end of the test it directed me to /var/log/rkhunter.log. When I attempted to view the log it told me it was owned by root. I tried sudo and opening a text edit app nothing. I had to root the system to get into the log.11:16
Ben64agentk: ok11:16
Ben64what do you mean "root the system"11:17
agentkSuse let me just gui right click and elevate my privileges.11:17
Paddy_NIagentk: You used "sudo NAME_OF_TEXT_EDITOR /path/to/logfile" right?11:17
Ben64yeah could just "sudo nano /var/log/rkhunter.log" or similar11:17
Paddy_NIvim, gedit, kate, pluma etc11:17
agentkno I used sudo name of text editor11:17
Paddy_NIagentk: Ben64s example would suit your needs11:18
Paddy_NIReplace nano with whatever it is you prefer11:18
Paddy_NIIf you use a graphical editor (has a gui) then I suggest using "gksu"11:19
Paddy_NINot sure if that is still required but I do it anyway11:19
k1l_dont run sudo with gui11:19
agentknow that i root -I do I have to do anything to close the root?11:19
Paddy_NIk1l_: Exactly11:19
Ben64agentk: you keep using root as a verb, what exactly did you do11:19
Ben64also, you need to format and reinstall11:20
agentkif I remember right i typed in term "root -i " followed by my user password11:20
k1l_agentk: and rkhunter got a million of false positives. so if you dont have knowledge about it that info will not help.11:20
Paddy_NIagentk: Backup/format/reinstall11:20
Ben64k1l_: agentk believes that the computer had already been compromised11:21
Paddy_NIagentk: It would be better for everyone11:21
agentkit's too late to back up. if my files are corrupt.11:21
k1l_ah ok. then it doesnt help anyway.11:21
agentkI am concerned iwth the creation of the user account and the missing icons on my desktop.11:22
lotuspsychjeagentk: wich ubuntu version was this?11:23
agentkmy cpus were being maxed out and my ram was in mid range11:23
Ben64agentk: you said someone ran a script from somewhere11:23
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Ben64protip - don't do that without knowing exactly what it does11:23
Kang0(Kang0) Which may be better?  Sshelper or sshdroid?  For android app if someone has experience11:24
Paddy_NIKang0: For SSH?11:24
Paddy_NIKang0: I use JuiceSSH11:24
Paddy_NINon-free but it is pretty awesome11:24
Triffid_HunterI use connectbot for ssh client11:25
tulphoonSSHDroid is pretty nice from what i've heard.11:25
agentki ran the script. I was looking at installing computation software. there was a dstro called mathbuntu. mathbuntu.org offered a script to install on top of ubuntu11:25
Kang0I am looking for server too11:25
k1l_agentk: that sounds more like a missing video driver.11:25
Paddy_NITriffid_Hunter: I have been meaning to revisit connectbot11:25
Kang0Can sshdroid work as server and client both?  tulphoon11:25
agentkvideo dirver?11:25
Ben64Kang0: ask an android channel, thats not on topic here at all11:25
tulphoonI would need to check up :)11:25
agentkwhy would an account be created that I did not create?11:26
Kang0Triffid_Hunter does it have server feature?  Connectbot11:26
Paddy_NItulphoon: SSHDroid is still on my phone too I must look at those again11:26
k1l_agentk: what account?11:26
Triffid_HunterKang0: no, use dropbox for server11:26
Triffid_HunterKang0: sorry, dropbear11:26
Kang0It requires rooting Triffid_Hunter11:26
Kang0I m hunting solution without rotting11:26
tulphoonKang0 yes SSHDroid should world as a server.11:27
Triffid_HunterKang0: ah, I root all my devices as a matter of principle11:27
tulphoonYou can connect to it.11:27
tulphoonAnd do things inside of it.11:27
agentkstandard user account named and formated "TeMpOrArYmAtHbUnTu UsEr"11:27
Kang0Client also??  Triffid_Hunter11:27
Triffid_HunterKang0: I use connectbot for client11:27
Kang0Client also??  tulphoon11:27
agentklooks like what I used to see in the irc hacker channels11:28
Kang0Two in one not available?  Triffid_Hunter11:28
Ben64Kang0: Triffid_Hunter: tulphoon: please take the android app discussion elsewhere11:28
Kang0Sirry i ll move soon once discussion is finished Ben6411:28
Ben64uh, move it now because its not on topic at all?11:29
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bazhang!alis | Kang011:30
ubottuKang0: alis is a services bot that can help you find channels. Read "/msg alis help list" . For more help or questions relating to alis, please join #freenode. Example usage: /msg alis list #ubuntu or /msg alis list http11:30
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bazhangtake the chat to an android or chat channel Kang011:30
k1l_agentk: so it wasnt mathubuntu it was mythbuntu?11:31
Kang0Ok noted sure bazhang11:31
Ben64k1l_: http://www.mathbuntu.org/11:31
Ben64took a look at the script, its huge.11:31
agentkno it was mathbuntu I formated it in the chat just the way i found it on my system.11:32
agentki have never heard of an app creating its own user account for an install and then there is the format used.11:32
agentkthis just sounds like some idiot playing on my system.11:33
k1l_agentk: creating own users for programs is a common thing.11:33
agentkwhy would a program need to run as it's own user?11:34
agentkthat to me looks like someone is trying to hide logging11:34
k1l_agentk: just do a "cut -d: -f1 /etc/passwd" in terminal11:35
agentkwhat does that function do?11:35
k1l_it lists all users build on your system11:35
agentkok, but explain the missing shortcuts from my desktop?11:36
Paddy_NIagentk: I think you are obsessing over the wrong thing11:37
k1l_agentk: look into the dmesg and Xorg.log11:37
Paddy_NIMissing desktop shortcuts are the least of your troubles if your system has been compromised11:37
Paddy_NIBen64: Thank you very much for your help earlier :-)11:38
agentkkll_ what entry am i looking for?11:38
k1l_agentk: errors11:38
Paddy_NII will now go and try to felt a damn roof in this rainy cold crappy grey day ;-(11:39
agentkgoing back to the user accounts term cmd. I did it, but all those are hidden processes accounts. the account I found was a User profile account.11:39
P0|0-avz todo.rsync -avz my_local_folder/ root@
P0|0Why I get ssh err:11:41
P0|0ssh: connect to host port 22: Connection refused11:41
P0|0rsync -avz todo.rsync -avz my_local_folder/ root@
agentkexplain why the install started hanging and my cpus were maxed out with very little network traffic?11:41
apwsorinello, hey ... the fix for your vmware issue is now in -proposed and needs testing to confirm this kernel works11:41
agentkit was installing a program that was only 385megs11:42
P0|0I'm trying to copy sth, but I get ssh error! Why ssh?!11:42
P0|0copying by rsync11:42
Ben64P0|0: i'm wondering why the ip doesn't match11:42
lotuspsychjeagentk: wich mythbuntu version is this?11:43
Ben64mathbuntu. not mythbuntu11:43
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lotuspsychjeyeah thats what i meant Ben64 sorry, im seeing that install script on their site11:44
agentkmathbuntu! and I don't know off the top of my head. I know the installer was for 14 something and I was running 1511:44
Ben64looks sketchy to me11:44
P0|0Ben64: It's a bit messy, the command I'm using is here: rsync -avz my_local_folder/ root@
Guest22732come si passa da ubuntu a windous 10?e possibile11:45
Ben64P0|0: ok, well the ip still isn't matching. but rsync uses ssh to transfer files11:45
k1l_!tr | SA_11:46
ubottuSA_: Turk ubuntu kullanıcıları, Türkçe yardım ya da geyik için /join #ubuntu-tr hizmetinizde.11:46
P0|0Ben64: I tested it on different machines11:46
k1l_agentk: ok. please inspect the install script and decide if there is anything suspicious.11:47
k1l_agentk: just because there is cpu load doesnt mean there is some hacking going on11:47
agentkwish I could kll_ i only know htm5 coding.11:48
Paddy_NIOkay back, no box cutter / Stanley knife.11:48
agentkby the way kll_ those logs aren't  on my machine.11:49
Paddy_NIThat's my excuse for not doing it any way11:49
P0|0output: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/886128811:49
P0|0command: rsync -avz my_local_folder/ root@
Paddy_NIagentk: When I looked at that site earlier the script appears to have not changed since April 201511:49
Paddy_NIagentk: Which version of Ubuntu are you using?11:50
agentkthe latest stable version through the software centre11:50
Paddy_NIagentk: Which version of Ubuntu are you using?11:50
k1l_agentk: just from a quick look at it: it compiles lurch,maxima, octave, and such. so of course compiling will need a lot of cpu.11:51
AqDhey anyone know git-integrated file manager except nautilus? (with overlay and git commands etc)11:51
k1l_agentk: so could you please first get the facts right and not just say "i had cpu load i got hacked"11:51
PCatineanHello everyone, I would like to grant a regular user the power to start/stop/restart a upstart script11:52
P0|0hey there11:52
Paddy_NIAqD: Atom kinda has that11:52
AqDPaddy_NI: THANK YOU!11:52
PCatineanDoes that mean I have to add him to exceptions for sudo commands for that service?11:52
Paddy_NIAqD: Also any filemanager that you can embed a terminal in11:52
lexflexhi all11:52
agentkit was hanging on octave for 2=hours and the file was only 385megbytes11:52
P0|0I'm trying to copy files from laptop (archlinux) to my desktop (manjaro) by: this command: rsync -avz my_local_folder/ root@
k1l_agentk: filesize doesnt tell anything when compiling. you know what compiling is?11:53
P0|0but I get error11:53
P0|0output: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/886128811:53
agentkit had installed all but 2 programs11:53
Paddy_NIagentk: Next time just install the software you need, rather than hosing your system with some random install script11:53
lexflexi wanted to report a bug but i'm not sure where/what package. The last software updater update has broken my system. I cannot boot with kernel 3.19.0-51 but i can boot with 3.19.0-4311:53
agentki wanted the packaged deal11:54
k1l_agentk: you did not even read what the installer prompted you. you just pressed enter, right?11:54
Paddy_NIagentk: Hackers typically seek the lazy11:54
agentkgetting back to the version brb11:54
Paddy_NIAlso I am cleaning the Vault for your bank agentk and I require your bank account details11:55
agentkno, read the install11:55
k1l_agentk: there is a mathbuntu.log. go and read that in the $workingdir you set it to work11:56
agentkwhats that past site again/ i wanna share something with you all while i work in the term to get the ver.11:57
Paddy_NIagentk: paste.ubuntu.org11:57
Kang0Can someone help me to lift my ban from # ubuntu-offtopic11:57
k1l_Kang0: you need to register and log in to freenode11:57
k1l_!register | Kang011:58
ubottuKang0: Information about registering your nickname: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat/Registration - Type « /nick <nickname> » to select your nickname. Registration help available by typing /join #freenode11:58
lexflexhi again11:58
Kang0Ok k1l_11:58
lexflexcould someone kindly advise in how to report this bug, or in which package? should i even report it to ubuntu since it seems to be that the latest kernel bricks my system?11:58
hateball!bug | lexflex11:59
ubottulexflex: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.11:59
agentkhere you go! http://paste.ubuntu.com/15204999/11:59
lexflexthat's what I'm trying to do yes, but i'm unsure which ooption to pick11:59
lexflexthere's 3 options that are update related11:59
Paddy_NIagentk: Just a simple "lsb_release -a" would have done12:00
k1l_agentk: please stop suspecting mathbuntu script if you dont even looked int the scripts yourself. i looked at it 3 minutes and all your points are invalid12:00
k1l_agentk: and rkhunter will not help you since you dont know what is a false positive and what not12:01
agentkok kll_ the version s 15.10 wily12:02
mickerattahi everyone12:03
mickeratta<mickeratta> can some one PLZ help me i am kind of a noob when it comes to Linux12:03
mickeratta<mickeratta> i would like to join a irc channel called https:webirc.nullim.org12:03
mickeratta<mickeratta> but using xchat i dunno how to do12:03
agentkPaddy_WI trying to make sure I don't miss anything you guys are directing at me.12:03
mickerattaplease help me some one12:03
k1l_agentk: look at the mathbuntu.log in the workingdir of that script. and the installed asked you several things you just pressed enter. it needs lots of cpu power to compile those programs too.12:04
k1l_agentk: just look at "installMathbuntu" and "installMethods" of that script. that is obvious12:04
jushurmickeratta: open your web browser, point it to https://webirc.nullim.org12:04
mickerattayeah but the thing is i thing the admin at that irc is runnning bad script12:05
k1l_mickeratta: then dont join that irc network12:05
mickerattahe is a real husler and is using shit that people write in that chat for his own gain12:05
Paddy_NIagentk: I think at this point you should backup your system and reinstall. I would also recommend not running an unmaintained script from almost a year ago on your system and then wonder why you have problems12:05
lexflexhateball: is a bug caused by the latest kernel-upgrade more a "dist-upgrade" or a "release-upgrade"?12:06
sebbuoh, ubuntu-classroom channel is closing12:06
jushurmickeratta: plz go away.12:06
mickerattayeah i know but stil the only way to connatct some of my maits around the world12:06
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sebbuubuntu don't promote learning anymore ?12:06
agentkkill_ what happen to my shortcuts, buddy? and why woudl the script create a user account not a process account but a account that i could see when I go to switch user accounts?12:06
popeysebbu: that project isn't active, no12:06
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k1l_agentk: read the things i listed.12:06
jushur!offtopic | mickeratta12:07
ubottumickeratta: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!12:07
Paddy_NIpopey: It has been waaaay too long since your last podcast, I'm hurting real bad man...12:07
mickerattaaa ok sry guys12:07
popeyPaddy_NI: next one next week12:07
Paddy_NIpopey: :-)12:07
agentkexplain to me why linux is the ideal for the math and science fields?12:09
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popeyagentk: that's not really a support question.12:10
k1l_agentk: because people need to use their brainsto do science and math12:10
sebbubecause it runs matlab and mathematica an plenty other software ? :p12:10
sebbuoh wait...12:10
milananyone here?12:10
popey!ask | milan12:11
ubottumilan: 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 !patience12:11
hateballlexflex: I'd file the bug against the kernel12:11
lexflexhateball, ubuntu launchpad, yes?12:12
hateballlexflex: do you know which kernel is giving you trouble?12:13
lexflexyes, 3.19.0-51, while 3.19.0-43 works fine12:14
hateballlexflex: then you can run for example "ubuntu-bug linux-image-3.19.0-51-generic"12:14
agentkyou all know how I tole you that I deleted the user account, IT'S BACK!!! Now who is crazy!12:14
Paddy_NIagentk: That could be recreated for many other reasons12:15
lexflexhateball, thanks, i was already at the bug form on the website but i changed the package to that one12:15
velusunivers-syshello all, is there anyway of locking root down so it can only be remotly connected by a certain ip address?12:15
hateballlexflex: :)12:15
Paddy_NIvelusunivers-sys: You mean ssh?12:15
agentkPuddy_WI you must think I am REALLY stupid12:15
hateballroot ssh is not enabled default12:16
hateballnor is root, at all12:16
Paddy_NIagentk: Nope12:16
velusunivers-sysin a vps it is12:16
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agentklooks like i get to reinstall the os12:16
Paddy_NIagentk: You are just beating this in to the ground man12:16
Paddy_NIagentk: At least then you will have peace of mind12:16
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Paddy_NIagentk: Once reinstalled, return and then perhaps seek assistance with installing the individual applications of that script12:18
agentkI know what is up, I wish i hadn't done what i did.12:18
Paddy_NIagentk: You should always dig at the very least 6 foot down12:19
Paddy_NIagentk: :-)12:19
leonarthhow do you skip seeing the release notes with 'apt -y full-upgrade' ?12:19
agentknaw. I am good. If it isnt in the repository i am leaving it alone!12:19
Paddy_NIagentk: PPAs are incredibly handy12:19
Paddy_NI!ppa | agentk12:20
ubottuagentk: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge12:20
agentkok. gotta go reinstall12:21
Paddy_NIagentk: :-)12:21
velusunivers-sysis there a way in a vps to lock access to the root in ssh to a certain ip address i.e so you can only login if it comes from ip
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txmoosemorning all.  Got a hostname problem with 14.04.4, if someone could help me out.  Devices that I installed with my 14.04.2-server iso would take the hostname 'foo', but now, with my the 14.04.4 install media, they're taking the hostname 'foo.local'.  Is there any way to change that back to the previous behavior during install?12:39
crondCan anyone direct me to a good resource on setting up lvm encryption with 2 physical drives not in a raid array? I want to use SSD#1 as / and SSD#2 as /home.  When I went through the installer and made an unencrypted /boot, and set each drive as a physical volume for encryption, and made an encrypted swap, the installer just froze on formatting the swap partition12:43
MonkeyDust!raid | crond start here12:44
ubottucrond start here: 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/FakeRaidHowto12:44
kozukumiafternoon all12:44
crondI know the drives work, because I was able to install *unencrypted* with no issues12:44
crondMonkeyDust, but I don't want raid.12:44
MonkeyDustcrond  ok, *not* in a raid, i misread12:45
crondyeah, I know how to set up LVM for 1 drive no issue, I just happen to have 2 physical drives in my laptop. (well, 3, but I'm only using 2 for Linux)12:45
crondhence wanting one for / and one for /home12:45
txmoosecrond: the beauty of lvm is that it doesn't matter about drive boundaries.  You could just add both drives to the same volume group, then have a separate logical volume for / and /home12:47
txmooseIf you're using LVM, it's actually more work to make each physical drive something different.12:47
crondtxmoose, so how would I do that in the ubuntu installer? or do I need to manually set up the drives first in the livecd?12:48
txmoosemmm truth be told, I haven't used the installer in ages... But I recall it being "similarish" to doing LVM from cli.12:49
txmooseI'm looking for a guide12:49
chotaz`wCan I check a package current version and update date via apt?12:51
chotaz`wI want to know when the last version of spotify was made available in repository.spotify.com12:52
txmoosecrond: http://blogging.dragon.org.uk/installing-ubuntu-14-04-on-raid-1-and-lvm/  This has, about half way down, explanations of how to set up LVM via the ubuntu installer.12:52
MonkeyDustchotaz`w  there's apt-cache policy and apt-cache show12:52
txmooseIt has RAID above, but you can skip that part, then just adapt the lvm part to fit your needs12:52
crondtxmoose, thanks!12:53
txmoosenp bud, good luck with it12:53
Cablegunmasterhow can I keep myself from typing "sudo vim" everytime I wanna edit a file xD?12:53
Cablegunmasterexcept for not typing12:53
txmooseCablegunmaster: edit files that your user owns ;)12:53
MonkeyDustCablegunmaster  sudo -e opens a text file with the default editor12:54
txmooseBut if you *have* to be root, you can use sudo -i to just become root12:54
CablegunmasterI just edit some django files. so I should chown them?12:54
chotaz`wMonkeyDust, apt-cache policy provides no dates, only versions, i'll try show12:54
ck_mfcsudo su -12:57
txmooseCablegunmaster: ideally, the files should be owned by whatever user your webserver is, but if your webserver does not need write access to the files, just read, then you can have whatever user you want own the files as long as the webserver user can read the file.12:57
k1l_ck_mfc: troll somewhere elese please12:58
ck_mfcTrolling? lol. was just an answer to Cablegunmaster, because he wanted to how he could keep himself from writing sudo vim everytime???12:59
ck_mfc*he wanted to know how13:00
lotuspsychje!who | ck_mfc and avoid this in the future13:00
ubottuck_mfc and avoid this in the future: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)13:00
txmooseck_mfc: it's generally considered poor practice to just be root, at least under Ubuntu, I believe.  I suggested sudo -i above, but stated that it was not the ideal solution, then discussed file ownership options for him.13:00
ck_mfcIf we didnt laugh, we would cry13:01
k1l_ck_mfc: he was already answered with sudo -i or sudo -s. that is how it works on ubuntu without breaking all the environmen variables13:01
mmkumrHow to use the bot?13:02
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lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: welcome, how can we help you?13:04
BlazingFireis this chat only for getting support work related to ubuntu or somethign else too?13:06
milancan i install raspberry pi in ubuntu?13:06
mattkimCould somebody tell me how to control the mouse pointer using the keyboard "FASTER" in universal access?13:06
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: yes ubuntu support questions belong here13:07
lotuspsychje!arm | milan13:08
ubottumilan: ARM is a specific (RISC) processor architecture used in a variety of applications such as handhelds and networkdevices. For more information see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM . For ARM specific support, stop by the #ubuntu-arm channel.13:08
mmkumr!search | Ubuntu 16.0413:08
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mmkumr!search Ubuntu 16.0413:08
ubottuFound: xenial13:08
Cablegunmasterthx txmoose :) , basically a beginner on linux and python.13:08
lotuspsychjemmkumr: you can join #ubuntu+1 for xenial13:08
k1l_milan: there is snappy core and ubuntu mate 15.10 for rpi2. rpi1 cant run ubuntu13:08
txmooseCablegunmaster: we all start somewhere, np bud13:09
BlazingFiremy laptop does not shutdown properly most ofthe times , it just gets stuck at some part . What can I do to get more details about my specific problem(it might be a graphics card issue)?13:09
urban_if Ive been working on a tortoise svn repository, is it possible to access it from ubuntu?13:09
Cablegunmasterurban_, offcourse! thats possible :)13:09
urban_thats a relief13:10
Cablegunmasterthe question is the repository is it on your own pc , or on a remote pc?13:10
Cablegunmastermeaning did you push your commits?13:10
urban_remote pc13:10
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: can you press F1 during shutdown process to see where it hangs?13:10
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: textbased shutdown should show errors or something to freeze perhaps13:11
BlazingFireit have splash off already13:11
BlazingFireyes most of the times its shows the shutdown message13:11
BlazingFirethen hangs there13:11
crondI know mine would hang for like 1.5 mins til I disabled some CUPS stuff.13:11
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: at wich point exactly13:11
crondbut that's likely not your issue if it's freezing entirely13:12
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: whats the last text you see13:12
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urban_Cablegunmaster: so will it just work if I connect to the repository with some linux svn tool?13:13
BlazingFirei dont remember exactly right now , but itsays something like shutdown or poweroff13:13
BlazingFireand then its stuck there13:13
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: wich ubuntu version is this?13:13
BlazingFireI thought its some issue coz of AMD graphics card and tried some solutions but it didnt work13:14
Cablegunmasterurban_, install the subversion tool on your ubuntu first :)13:14
Cablegunmasterurban_, using synaptic package manager13:14
BlazingFire15.04 right now but had it in 14.04 too13:14
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: 15.04 is end of life mate13:14
BlazingFireit used to work earlier when i installed 15.04 then after some time problem started again13:14
BlazingFireya i know , actually i have exams right now so i wanted to not mess up with it right now13:15
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: sudo halt -p meanwhile and clean install a supported version asap13:15
faekjarzHey there, seemingly i've missed a memo or something. By now i tested 2 daily-live ISOs - Ubuntu Gnome 16.04 x64 (20160225.1) and plain Ubuntu 16.04 x64 (20160226) - and none of them let me install onto a ZFS-root (/). What's the deal? Is this ZedFS inclusion limited to virtualisation, containers and stuff? Or is it not yet implemented in the installer?13:16
lotuspsychjefaekjarz: #ubuntu+1 for 16.04 issues please13:17
faekjarzlotuspsychje: 'aight :)13:17
BlazingFirefresh install will remove all programs isint it , will upgrade not work?13:17
lotuspsychje!eolupgrade | BlazingFire13:17
ubottuBlazingFire: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades13:17
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: personally i would not trust my system anymore13:18
BluesKajHiyas all13:19
BlazingFirewell then i guess i cant help it , will do it after the exams. If i install all the programs i have right now , it won't be a problem isnint ?13:20
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: if you install a supported version, package versions will automatic be the right version13:21
BlazingFireno i mean the other softwares i have installed , can it be the case that any software is messing up?13:22
afidegnumhello, i m having problem installing or remove android studio, this is what Im facing. can anyone help ? http://www.hastebin.com/gunoyenibu.vhdl13:23
lotuspsychjeBlazingFire: like i say i would not trust upgrade from an eol version personally13:23
xxxwhat is the .bashrc that i have under my users13:24
BlazingFireok thanks for the help, i will do it asap13:24
xxxplz someone help me13:25
urban_Cablegunmaster: Got it working! Thanks for the help. I was pre tty annoyed when found out that tortoise only worked on windows, and that I might have to revert back to it :) a bunch of libraries I try to install are a real pain to get working on windows, so I'm hoping the grass is greener, since the libraries are mostly developed on linux :)13:25
xxxtrying to find out how my mate is hacking my fng computer13:26
lotuspsychjexxx: this is ubuntu support here mate13:27
Cablegunmasteryay helped someone :) no probs urban_13:27
k1l_xxx: http://www.tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/sample-bashrc.html13:28
Cablegunmasterxxx, how do you know he hacked your pc? :p is he your linux guru brother? :)13:28
jackfrhello everyone13:29
abdooohello guys13:29
Cablegunmasterhey jack, how are yah?13:29
Cablegunmasterjust ask questions xD13:30
jackfrnot bad thank you. been a since i've been on an irc node :)13:30
jackfrbeen a while*13:30
jackfrping timeout <-- oh the memories :)13:30
xxxnick jj13:31
contextcontext@client:/var/log$ service docker start * Docker is managed via upstart, try using service docker13:33
contextooops not root13:34
jushurxxx: why are you changing IP and nick? mickeratta. feels a lot like your just trolling.13:34
xxxno not changing my ip just going true a vpn13:35
jushurxxx: did you know its actually pretty meningless doing so, when you use applications that bleed your true ip?13:35
k1l_xxx: mickeratta please keep this channel clear for ubuntu support. for your "hacker topics" please see other channels or irc networks.13:36
xxxcan u recommend any13:36
MonkeyDustxxx  use ##test, not this channel (or was it #test)13:36
phre4khow do I regenerate Grubs config again? grub-mkconfig > /boot/grub/grub.cfg ?13:41
phre4kah, grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg seems to be better. amirite?13:42
lernerhelp me understand what legacy versions are...13:47
k1l_lerner: old version13:49
lernerk1l_, are those maintained or left to rust?13:50
k1l_lerner: what exactly?13:50
lernerrequest policy and request policy continued are 2 firefox addons13:51
lernerthe first one is the legacy version13:51
k1l_that sounds like: its dead and we made a new one.13:52
ubottuciao: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».13:53
lernerthx k1l_13:53
Kartagismy CPU supports 64 bit afaics, so I downloaded the .iso, burned it to a USB, and booted off it. however, the boot screen stalled. what to do?14:03
lotuspsychjeKartagis: the iso of...14:05
Kartagislotuspsychje: amd6414:05
lotuspsychjeKartagis: ubuntu version14:05
lotuspsychjeKartagis: 14.04.4 is out14:06
lotuspsychjeKartagis: at wich point does it freeze?14:06
Kartagiswait, it was .414:06
Kartagislotuspsychje: at boot screen14:06
lotuspsychjeKartagis: can you press F1 to see errors where it hangs exactly?14:06
Kartagislotuspsychje: no response14:07
lotuspsychjeKartagis: the ubuntu dots moving?14:07
lotuspsychjeKartagis: did they move at the start?14:08
Kartagisthat's what I mean by stalled14:08
lotuspsychjeKartagis: what of system are you installing to?14:08
Kartagisdesktop, if you mean that14:08
lotuspsychjeKartagis: brand of the pc? how did you create the stick?14:09
Kartagislotuspsychje: HP and dd14:09
Kartagislotuspsychje: startup disk creator gave me errors14:10
Kartagisthat's why I used dd14:10
lotuspsychjeKartagis: whats the ubuntu version you created the stick from?14:10
lotuspsychjeKartagis: you had a working trusty, why didnt you just update?14:11
Kartagislotuspsychje: things didn't go well when trying to install a second os, and I wanted to get rid of it, so I wanted to boot off LiveUSB14:13
lotuspsychjeKartagis: can you still enter grub without stalling?14:14
Kartagisalso, I may want to install amd64 if things go well14:14
Kartagisdidn't try that14:14
lotuspsychjeKartagis: you tried other usb ports? other usb sticks?14:14
Kartagislotuspsychje: I've just burned a i386, and that worked on the same port14:15
lotuspsychjeKartagis: maybe something went bad with the stick, as usb creator failed?14:16
lotuspsychjeKartagis: try a reformat the stick with gparted perhaps first?14:16
Kartagislotuspsychje: after usb creator failed, I went gparted way14:17
lotuspsychjeKartagis: can you tail -f /var/log/syslog while you create your ubuntu usb, maybe something usefull there14:17
lotuspsychjeKartagis: plugin the stick after the command14:18
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richudhi, could anyone using 15.10 confirm that restarting NetworkManager doesnt restart dnsmasq ?14:28
MonkeyDustrichud  that's very specific ... what brings you here, what's the bigger picture14:29
richudany dnsmasq config added in /etc/NetworkManager/dnsmasq.d/ is ignored when restadning NetworkManager because it appears to no longer restart dnsmasq14:31
jespersonHello LTC14:33
Spacemy display didn't configure right after install can someone help me that ?14:34
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MonkeyDustrichud  is that a server? if yes, there's also #ubuntu-server14:35
Spacethe corners are all cut off basically I dont even see the top taskbar :(14:35
LTCgive me sources.list ubntu 14.04 LTC14:35
Kartagislotuspsychje: http://imagebin.ca/v/2YJ01IpN4Lma14:36
richudmonkey: workstation , I tried on a live boot and same14:37
lotuspsychjeKartagis: did you record the tail also?14:40
drac0666How i can permanently set Device Accel Constant Deceleration ? I have script that runs at startup but when i unplug mouse it gets back to default value=1.14:40
Kartagisnothing in tail14:41
lotuspsychjeKartagis: thats hard to believe when you plugin an usb14:41
lotuspsychjeKartagis: try again please, tail -f /var/log/syslog and plugout/plug back in the usb14:42
MonkeyDustKartagis  what lotuspsychje says ...  you'll see a change in real time14:46
richudmonkeydust: are you using 15.10 ?14:47
MonkeyDustrichud  no 14.04.4, why do you ask14:48
richudmonkey: wondering if you could try it, but it works fine on 14.0414:48
MonkeyDustrichud  try what ... i have 15.10 as a vm14:48
MonkeyDustoh, dnsmasq14:49
richudpidof dnsmasq; systemctl restart NetworkManager; pidof dnsmasq14:49
richudon 14.04 it should change as networkmanager restarts it, on 15.10 it doesn14:49
MonkeyDustrichud  i'm not familiar with dnsmasq, but i'll install and try it14:50
richudit should be there already as by default networkmanager uses it14:50
Kartagislotuspsychje: do you want me to tail for the usb I created with amd64 before?14:52
lotuspsychjeKartagis: i need the tail command before you start creating and before plugin the usb14:52
Kartagislotuspsychje: creating vis usb creator?14:53
MonkeyDustZERO09  turn off caps14:53
lotuspsychjeKartagis: sure, but also the usb detecting from ubuntu i wanna see on the tail14:53
lotuspsychjeKartagis: how about you just tail that part first, plugin the usb14:54
FragenstellerSeid gegrüßt.14:59
Kartagislotuspsychje: http://paste.debian.net/405352/ plugin and plugoff14:59
Fragenstellerkann mir jemand mit meinen Soundproblemen helfen?14:59
Pici!de | Fragensteller14:59
ubottuFragensteller: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!14:59
Kartagisnothing with usb creater14:59
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lotuspsychjeKartagis: this doesnt look good mate: usb 2-1: USB disconnect, device number 115:02
lotuspsychjeKartagis: do you have another usb to try with?15:02
KartagisI have several usbs here15:02
lotuspsychjeKartagis: ok try to create on another one please15:02
Kartagisweird, this usb didn't spit any errors15:04
Kartagisin usb creator15:04
btwebdevi'm trying to append an env var (NODE_ENV=prod) to a text file, but not sure what to put before the >> /env.txt15:04
Kartagisbtwebdev: echo15:05
btwebdevecho NODE_ENV=prod >> env.txt ?15:05
btwebdevKartagis: thanks. in quotes?15:05
btwebdevperfect, thanks! Kartagis15:05
Kartagistry that15:05
Kartagisno need though15:05
Kartagissince you don't have any spaces15:06
Sky2939hey guys, postfix keeps kicking back the following error: fatal: cannot execute /usr/sbin/postconf!15:09
Sky2939Iliterally don't know what to do next, can anyone point me in the right direction ;315:09
KartagisSky2939: try #ubuntu-server please15:09
MonkeyDust'Iliterally don't know what to do next', sounds dramatic15:17
richudmonkey: did you try in VM and find dnsmasq isnt restarting? (sorry to pester)15:19
MonkeyDustrichud  my old laptop can't handle vm's anymore, had to hard reboot it ... i'm no help15:19
KartagisI'm now making backups now, going to install amd6415:20
richudmonkey: ok no worries, thanks anyway15:20
MonkeyDustrichud  for autocompletion, type mon and then hit tab15:20
richudMonkeyDust, sorry it has been a good decade or two since I last used IRC :)15:21
Kartagishow do I find out again if CPU supports 64bit?15:21
SonikkuAmericaKartagis: What's the CPU?15:22
MonkeyDustKartagis  sudo dmidecode --type 415:22
richudKartagis,  cat /proc/cpuinfo15:22
Kartagisrichud: what am I looking for?15:23
Kartagisyea, supports 64bit15:23
KartagisMonkeyDust, cheers15:24
richudKartagis,  under flags it should say lm if 64 bit15:24
richudlm = long mode = 64bit15:25
richudKartagis,  or more easily, just do lscpu15:26
thmsI have ubuntu server setup, SSH is working but I cannot SFTP as root (but can SSH as root)15:33
MonkeyDustthms  1) ssh as root is a bad idea -- 2) there's also #ubuntu-server15:39
velusunivers-syswhat would be the ubuntu equivelent of lebz-devel15:40
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MonkeyDustvelusunivers-sys  what's libz (with z)15:42
MonkeyDust!find libz15:42
ubottuFound: libzeitgeist-1.0-1, libzeitgeist-1.0-1-dbg, libzeitgeist-2.0-0, libzeitgeist-2.0-0-dbg, libzeitgeist-2.0-dev, libzeitgeist-2.0-doc, libzeitgeist-dev, libzeitgeist-doc, libzephyr-dev, libzephyr4 (and 150 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libz&searchon=names&suite=wily&section=all15:42
velusunivers-syssorry zlib15:43
velusunivers-sys!find zlib-devel15:45
MonkeyDust!info zlib1g-dev15:45
ubottuPackage/file zlib-devel does not exist in wily15:45
ubottuzlib1g-dev (source: zlib): compression library - development. In component main, is optional. Version 1:1.2.8.dfsg-2ubuntu4 (wily), package size 162 kB, installed size 394 kB15:45
velusunivers-sysso it would be lbzlg-devel15:45
MonkeyDustvelusunivers-sys  it's 1g, dont mix 1 and lowercase L15:46
bek_hello i have aproblem with my grub error and i was trying to solve sudo apt-get update and then    sudo apt-get install boot-repair but i cant find the boot-repair  any help?15:46
bek_and i have  tryed the following    link  http://askubuntu.com/questions/449428/unable-to-locate-package-boot-repair-in-14-04 but still the same error?15:48
tewardbek_: boot-repair's not in the repos you need to add a PPA to get it15:50
bek_teward: yeah i have already add ppa " add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair"15:54
tewardbek_: did you then do `sudo apt-get update` before trying to instlal the boot-repair package?15:55
MonkeyDustbek_  mind: ppas are not supported here, consider contacting the ppa maintainer15:55
teward^ that15:56
tewardMonkeyDust: though, actually, it's in the help.ubuntu.com docs, so...15:56
tewardMonkeyDust: so the issue at hand is that they're not able to 'see the package'15:56
teward(and I know 14.04 has it in that PPA :P)15:56
bek_teward:yeah it is already updated15:58
bek_MonkeyDust:how can  i contact the  ppa maintener is there any easy solution because iam stuck her?15:59
bratchleyhey, I'm more used to RHEL/Fedora. Is ufw analogous to firewalld? Meaning if it's being used I should be making my firewall changes using that? Or am I good to just run iptables commands without worrying if I'm going to run afoul of anything or get overwritten?16:05
Grimpusi'm trying to hide files without renamig them (. convention)16:05
GrimpusI found this: http://askubuntu.com/questions/713574/can-i-hide-files-so-that-they-are-hidden-on-both-windows-and-linux16:06
Grimpusbut i cannot get it to work16:06
MonkeyDustbratchley  if you don't get an answer here, ##security is quite populated   (double #)16:09
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heirloomshey i am unable to open my ubuntu software center ? what should i do ?16:14
MonkeyDustheirlooms  what happens when you try16:15
heirloomsMonkeyDust, for compiling marble android i changed my  defaault python version to python3 version .. after that it's not working .. i again changed by python version to previous on e.. bt still same  error is comming16:17
wiakhey there, hmm does anyone know if there is a way to setup alsa/pulse to default to program volume? not master/system?16:23
velusunivers-syshello im wanting help with aspell i have installed it but how do i configure it?16:24
wiakvelusunivers-sys did try searching aspell guide on google? :=)16:24
velusunivers-sysit says the conf is in etc but i cant find it16:25
llutzvelusunivers-sys: create one then16:25
yyuuo1Hello. I am running on ubuntu/trusty64. I would like to create python package version 2.7.5 (which is not in apt). What is the best way to create a package with my python version for ubuntu? Thanks.16:26
velusunivers-sysok but what should go in it,16:26
velusunivers-syshow should it be set out16:26
velusunivers-sysi cant find much help on this16:26
Shed-34046can i get some help with ubuntu?16:26
wiakShed-34046 new here you?16:27
wiakdid you try telling us your problem?16:27
MonkeyDust!ask | Shed-3404616:27
ubottuShed-34046: 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 !patience16:27
llutzvelusunivers-sys: http://aspell.net/man-html/Customizing-Aspell.html#Customizing-Aspell16:28
Shed-34046I did a ubuntu persistent cache on a usb drive and when i booted up the system lagged and apps froze up non-stop.. barely usable.. i remember a year ago this happened and i redone the live usb thing without the cache thing and it didn't lag like this.. is this just because its USB and SWAP isn't available or what?16:28
wiakhardware? if on a 128MB machine yes but if on a 4GB machine no16:29
Shed-34046Intel Pentium b960 with 2nd gen intel hd graphics 500GB HDD and 4GB of ram.16:29
Shed-34046was it just because it was on USB? what exactly is persistent cache btw?16:30
wiakdata stays between reboots?16:30
Shed-34046I'm just confused by what made apps freeze and such while running it from the live cd/usb thing16:31
Shed-34046is it likely to do this once installed?16:31
renatosilvasomeone please send me easy tutorial for setting up smtp server only for sending email from localhost to external world?16:33
renatosilvabeen reading lots of stuff, all different, all failing16:33
llutzrenatosilva: http://www.havetheknowhow.com/Configure-the-server/Install-ssmtp.html16:34
MonkeyDust!smtp | renatosilva start here16:35
ubotturenatosilva start here: Ubuntu supports the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) and provides mail server software of many kinds. You can install a basic email handling configuration with the "Mail server" task during installation, or with the "tasksel" command. See also https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MailServer and https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/email-services.html16:35
olive_Hello, what is the command line command to start the gnome-sound-applet or some equivelent?16:38
wiakolive_ try searching apt for alsa volume or control etc16:41
olive_wiak: I have no idea if I'm using alsa or pulse or whatever and I'm looking for something that's agnostic16:41
olive_its for a configuration file that's used by multiple computers16:42
crondolive_, if you're on a recent version of Ubuntu desktop, you have pulseaudio16:42
olive_looks like volti is exactly what I need16:43
MonkeyDust!info volti16:44
ubottuvolti (source: volti): control audio volume from system tray/notification area. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.3-5 (wily), package size 138 kB, installed size 514 kB16:44
olive_so I installed gnome-applet but I have no idea whats inside it... how can I find out?16:45
olive_it probably has lots of useful things, but I don't know what commands to run16:45
wiak!info alsamixer16:46
ubottuPackage alsamixer does not exist in wily16:46
wiakolive_ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alsamixer ?16:46
MonkeyDustalsamixder is part of something else16:46
\9!info alsa-utils16:47
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)16:47
\9alsamixer comes from that16:47
olive_wiak, MonkeyDust: how do I found out what runnable commands exist within a package?16:47
drac0666olive_, just type alsamixer16:47
\9though it should come by default16:47
ubottuC28: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».16:47
drac0666\9, i think it is by default16:48
wiakolive_ man program16:48
\9olive_: https://packages.ubuntu.com/ should give a detailed listing of files within a package16:49
olive_wiak: "No manual entry for gnome-applets"16:49
faulusi registered a non-interactive script in the "Startup Applications Preferences" gui. to my surprise, that script isn't killed when i use the "Log Out" dialog, the one that says "Are you shure you want to close all programs and log out from your account?". the script: http://pastebin.com/Z5AxRTvz16:49
\9olive_: another alternative is apt-file16:49
\9olive_: yet another is to download the deb and extract it16:50
faulushow do i register a non-interactive script, having it killed on logout?16:50
\9e.g. apt-get download gnome-applets16:50
olive_https://packages.ubuntu.com/ is down I think16:50
faulusthis is ubuntu 15.10.16:50
olive_apt-file is installing16:50
drac0666olive_, why dont you just use alsamixer ? or pavucontrol?16:51
olive_drac0666: I'm using volti, it seems fine16:51
olive_drac0666: but I'm also trying to find sources for other taskbar applets16:51
drac0666olive_, oh ok16:52
olive_drac0666: I'm running i3wm so I don't get all the nice ubuntu things running by default, so I'm trying to figure out how to run them manually or find substitutes16:52
olive_network, sound, multimedia keys, etc16:52
olive_MonkeyDust, wiak: I figured out my problems, thanks for the help!16:57
darkxploithi guys17:04
darkxploithow to become an ubuntu embassador17:04
MonkeyDustdarkxploit  meaning?17:04
darkxploiti have seen sttufs liek fedora ambassador17:05
MonkeyDust!contribute | darkxploit there's this17:05
ubottudarkxploit there's this: To contribute and help out with Ubuntu, see http://community.ubuntu.com and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu17:05
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darkxploiti can contribute in many ways.. like commits, bugs, creating groups, tutorials and meetups etc..17:06
Gambit15Guys, I'm writing up a script to "reset" cloned VMs & regenerate UUIDs, keys, etc17:07
Gambit15Other than fstab & perhaps grub, what else might need updating with the new UUIDs?17:08
wellickhi. I have vbox and I want to run ubuntu full screen. I know I need to install guest additions but I?m unsure if I should do it from the repositories or from Virtual Box Manager17:14
Gambit15IIRC, vbox has its own repo which is more up-to-date17:15
Gambit15The Ubuntu vbox repos are old17:15
wellickGambit15: i was reading it here but maybe this info is outdated then? https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/build-essential/17:17
wellickI'm a bit confused as to what I need to install then.17:17
texlaI made a usb pen drive from ubuntu 14.04.4 it will run on the computer I made it on but not on my laptop with the same ubuntu version17:18
Gambit15wellick, check the official vbox site17:18
wellickk, thanks17:18
Gambit15At least the last time I used vbox, they had all the info there17:18
Gambit15But yeah, when you're going to install something new, that's somewhat important, check if the developer has their own repos first17:19
drac0666wellick, on ur guest instal virtualbox-guest-dkms17:19
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wiakattack of the quits? :O17:23
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Bassemhow to mount sda3 as exec by default17:29
markohi folks17:30
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MonkeyDustBassem  in fstab17:33
BassemMonkeyDust, how can i do it17:33
MonkeyDustBassem  read this as an introduction https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab#Options17:34
BassemMonkeyDust, i have this command line but it seems it dosnt work17:35
BassemMonkeyDust, UUID=086D1D34086D1D34 /media/E ntfs-3g exec,users,permissions 0 017:35
xgptHey! I need help setting up a VPN server. Something simple would be amazing. OpenVPN is far too finicky and I feel like an idiot when I'm trying to set it up. I've seriously never used it correctly. I even tried a PPTP guide and that didn't work! Ugh...I'm ready to give up.17:35
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compdocxgpt, I thinl openvpn is one of the easier ones17:36
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MonkeyDustBassem  try ntfs, without the 3g17:36
xgptit's super fiddly with all of this manual key generation...17:37
MonkeyDustBassem  no, 3g is ok17:37
BassemMonkeyDust, so17:37
compdocdont need keys. just passwords17:37
MonkeyDustBassem  find examples on the pages i suggested17:37
bluesfreak72Hi there.  I'm running wily and have installed compiz.  In the compizconfig-settings-manager, I can't check or uncheck any boxes.  Also, all the checked boxes are grayed out.  How do I fix this?17:38
lotuspsychjebluesfreak72: are you on unity?17:39
fcastillodoes anybody has problems putting their monitors in stand-by/off when one of them is connected via HDMI. Mine turn off for a couple of minutes and then they all turn on except the HDMI one. When moving the mouse to wake up the HDMI one, it refuses to turn on afterwards17:39
fcastilloI'm running Ubuntu 14.0417:39
EriC^^bluesfreak72: do you own everything in your home dir and the permissions are right?17:42
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bluesfreak72Eric^^: I fixed it, but I'm probably going to have to log out and back in to have it apply.  BRB in a few...17:45
bluesfreak72Eric^^:  I set the permissions correctly and logged out and back in.  That didn't resolve the issue.17:49
ioriabluesfreak72, do you have the plugins installed ?17:49
fcastillobluesfreak72: is this a fresh install of Ubuntu? are you missing the plugins?17:50
ioria !info compiz-plugins17:50
lotuspsychjebluesfreak72: or not the right graphics driver?17:50
ubottucompiz-plugins (source: compiz): OpenGL window and compositing manager - plugins. In component universe, is optional. Version 1: (wily), package size 1708 kB, installed size 6244 kB17:50
lotuspsychjeplugins and plugins-extras are optional, should work with ccsm only17:51
bluesfreak72EriC^^ I set the permissions correctly and logged out and back in.  That didn't resolve the issue.17:52
EriC^^bluesfreak72: do you own everything?17:52
EriC^^bluesfreak72: try find ~ ! -user $USER17:52
Shed-34046Idk if anybody answered my question from like 2 hours ago or not.. but is it normal for the apps/programs on the live cd/usb of ubuntu with presistent cache to freeze up a lot? Would it do this when installed you think or no? If i have no pressistent cache set no lag/freeze up17:52
bluesfreak72EriC^^:  I own everything in my home dir.  ls -l says scott scott on user/group.17:54
EriC^^bluesfreak72: ls -lR ~/.config/compiz ~/.compiz | nc termbin.com 999917:55
EriC^^bluesfreak72: typo, ls -lR ~/.config/compiz-1 ~/.compiz | nc termbin.com 999917:55
bluesfreak72The find command brought up nothing relating to compiz.  Running the ls -lR command...17:56
Shed-34046I want to know..17:57
Shed-34046as i really might install it soon my windows 8.1 machine is nagging me hardcore about upgrading to windows 10..17:57
Shed-34046last time i upgraded to windows 10 it messed up my laptop17:58
thmsI have ubuntu server setup, SSH is working but I cannot SFTP as root (but can SSH as root)17:58
xanguaShed-34046: what does that has to do with Ubuntu?17:58
bluesfreak72EriC^^:  On the ls -lR command, it says neither of the files exist.  I do have a ~/.config/compiz-1 dir that seems to be populated.  Should I rename it to ~/.config/compiz???17:59
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Shed-34046xangua i have had a question about ubuntu ""Idk if anybody answered my question from like 2 hours ago or not.. but is it normal for the apps/programs on the live cd/usb of ubuntu with presistent cache to freeze up a lot? Would it do this when installed you think or no? If i have no pressistent cache set no lag/freeze up""17:59
Shed-34046thinking of going to ubuntu :)17:59
EriC^^bluesfreak72: no, try ls -lR ~/.config/compiz-117:59
lotuspsychjeShed-34046: just install ubuntu then?18:00
BassemMonkeyDust, User mounted partitions, e.g. when using the ‘user’ or ‘users’ mount options in the /etc/fstab file, are done with the ‘noexec’ mount option by default for security reasons.18:00
fcastilloShed-34046: it all depends on your system configuration. The live cd/usb uses your RAM and if you don't have enough it might freeze quite often18:00
BassemMonkeyDust, Solution: Add the ‘exec’ mount option to the end of the mount options. It’s important that the option to be the last one, otherwise other mount option can over judge its effect.18:00
Shed-34046facstillo i have 4GB DDR318:00
bluesfreak72EriC^^: Renaming the dir did the job.  Thanks for your help.18:01
fcastilloShed-34046: 4GB is really not a lot of memory, specially not for running a live cd/usb. The live feature is designed to just test the system but not a final working version18:02
compdoc4GB is plenty18:02
ouroumov__Shed-34046, when you say freeze do you mean the apps become unresponsive and stay that way forever ?18:04
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ouroumov__Oh god I just used the word "app" when I meant "program" I'm being corrupted by our rotten society18:05
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jackwebsHey, can anyone help. I've just installed the MATE desktop on Ubuntu 14.04, now when I suspend the computer, I have to log in twice when I re-open it.18:18
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jackwebsI get the regular Ubuntu log in screen, and another one that came with MATE18:19
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jackwebsis this the right place to ask?18:21
fcastillojackwebs: I think it's because you have lightdm and mdm installed18:21
jackwebsfcastillo, how do I check if I have mdm?18:21
jackwebsI have lightdm for sure18:21
lotuspsychje!fr | bts-sio18:21
ubottubts-sio: 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.18:21
fcastillojackwebs: lightdm is the one Unity uses, mdm is the mate one. Maybe this ubuntu question can help you http://askubuntu.com/questions/143192/how-can-i-replace-lightdm-with-mdm18:21
MonkeyDustmdm is mint18:22
jackwebsit doesn't seem like i have mdm installed18:23
zaveanyone seeing this today? ... E: Failed to fetch http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/c/cups/libcups2_1.7.2-0ubuntu1.2_amd64.deb  404  Not Found [IP: 80]18:23
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ioriajackwebs, i don't have mate , but maybe the first is lightdm locker and the second is mate-screensaver , check the second18:24
MonkeyDustzave  link is dead18:24
fcastillojackwebs: for some reason I though you had linux mint mate edition... sorry about that18:24
zaveMonkeyDust: how do i fix that?18:24
jackwebsno worries fcastillo , no I have ubuntu 14.04 with mate installed18:25
MonkeyDustzave  you cant fix a dead link, it simply is no longer there18:25
grawityzave: apt-get update18:25
MonkeyDustzave  what's the output of   cat /etc/issue18:25
jackwebshmmm mate-screensaver, i'll have a look ioria18:25
zavegrawity: problem is it's a docker container18:26
zavegrawity: apt-get update?18:26
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Shed-34046ouroumov__ it just becomes unresponsive then becomes responsive but whenever i try to do something it becomes unresponsive again18:28
jackwebsioria, I disabled the screensaver lock, and I still get two logins, but the second one is different nwo18:28
jackwebsso I get the lightdm one I had before, but before it I get another one18:29
ioriajackwebs, which is ?18:29
jackwebsI don't know.. :\18:30
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ouroumov__Shed-34046, maybe it's because they're stuck waiting for disk I/O that is slower than normal because USB is damaged18:30
Shed-34046ouroumov__ this is a new 16GB usb..18:31
ioriajackwebs, can you take a pic ?18:31
jackwebsuhm, probably18:31
Shed-34046SWAP isn't available on live cd mode is it?18:31
jackwebsgimme a minute18:31
fcastilloShed-34046: I don't think SWAP is available, but I'm not 100% sure18:31
ouroumov__Shed-34046, anyway no it shouldn't do that when it's installed to drive18:32
Shed-34046Alright :)18:32
Shed-34046Thanks for the help ouroumov__18:32
jackwebsioria, that time the other login screen flashed up for a second but just disappeared18:32
Shed-34046Maybe now i can finally get an OS that won't lag me about upgrading all the time.18:32
fcastilloShed-34046: I think the best thing would be to partition your drive and install Ubuntu to really give it a try18:33
ouroumov__Only once every two years when the new LTS becomes available Shed-3404618:33
Shed-34046ouroumov__ i did notice something off tho.. When i first booted into ubuntu live cd the mouse cursor/pointer wasn't showing up at all.18:34
Shed-34046but i rebooted to the live cd a 2nd time and i saw it18:34
ioriajackwebs, are we happy ?18:34
ouroumov__Shed-34046, what's your hardware like ?18:34
jackwebsioria, I'm never truly happy18:34
jackwebsbut I can tolerate this I think ;)18:35
jackwebsthanks for the tips18:35
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ioriajackwebs, ok, take a read, maybe you need to remove mate-screensaver ... http://forums.mate-desktop.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=303218:35
Shed-34046Well its a Gateway NE56R41u, it has Intel Pentium b960, 4GB of DDR3 ram, 500GB HDD, and a synaptics touchpad18:35
skinuxFor some reason, this time around, Git hangs and freezes my computer within 3 minutes.18:35
Shed-34046and the graphics card is 2nd gen intel hd graphics.18:36
ouroumov__Shed-34046, I don't think you'll have any problems.18:37
skinuxAlso, what are the benefits of developing Unity apps versus Linux general apps?18:37
ouroumov__Of course Shed-34046, you should backup your data just in case. It's good practice.18:38
Shed-34046ouroumov__ what was with that cursor thing not showing up the 1st live cd try.. Was it maybe a glitch with the system's kernal or something18:38
ouroumov__Shed-34046, I don't have much experience with Ubuntu Live CDs, I suppose glitches happen some times. :/18:39
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jackwebsioria, uninstalled mate-screensaver, still getting another login screen flashing up before lightdm18:39
jackwebsdoesn't require me to login, just flashes up for 0.5sec then passes me on18:40
ioriajackwebs, impossible to take a pic, i suppose18:40
jackwebsprob not impossible, difficult maybe. tried uninstalling gnome-screensaver..18:41
MonkeyDustjackwebs  this command will show a list you can choose from:   sudo update-alternatives --config default.plymouth18:41
jackwebsyo, MonkeyDust ioria , that's done it18:42
jackwebsit was gnome-screensaver18:42
ioriajackwebs, how may screensaver do you have ? :þ18:42
jackwebsioria, god knows.. I've had unity, gnome, lubuntu and now Mate desktop installed18:43
MonkeyDustscreensavers are relics, needed for old monitors18:43
jackwebsI like unity but it's slow as hell on this machine18:43
jackwebsthis is a laptop, no need for a screensaver18:43
ioriajackwebs, every DE has its own18:43
jackwebsso I probably had 4 screensavers I guess18:43
jackwebsand i need 018:44
ioriajackwebs, right18:44
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jackwebsit still says lubuntu when I boot up.. lol18:44
jackwebsbut that's fine18:44
mattkimdoes ubuntu have shortcut to select another window without using application switcher?18:45
reisiomattkim: based on what?18:46
MonkeyDustmattkim  ctrl-alt arrow18:46
MonkeyDustmattkim  that's for workspaces... ctrl-tab is for windows18:47
mattkimreisio: whatever :) compiz would be great18:47
mattkimMonkeyDust: thanks, but it doesn't work for me :(18:47
MonkeyDustmattkim  define 'doesnt work'18:47
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MonkeyDustmattkim  is it in Unity?18:48
mattkimMonkeyDust: yes.18:48
MonkeyDustmattkim  i use unity, it's alt-tab to switch windows18:49
xanguamattkim: you can also just scroll over the app in the launcher bar18:49
dude123I've created a private key in Seahorse, how do I create/export the public key?18:49
mattkimthanks for advising :)18:51
reisiomattkim: Ubuntu uses compiz by default18:52
moopastaI'm dealing with an issue where my ubuntu ui wont show after upgrading to a new kernel.  How can I either update to a newer one or downgrade? This is happening through vmware guest, and i think this link describes the issue im having -- https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/154858718:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1548587 in linux-lts-wily (Ubuntu Trusty) "Ubuntu 14.04/15.10 VMWare guest won't show UI after upgrading to 4.2.0-30.35 or 3.19.0-51.57" [High,In progress]18:54
mattkimreisio: yes, I am using it. I like grid :) you know, I use several window at the same time, application switcher (alt-tab) is nice but if those windows are the same, it is difficult to select window what I want. so i want to select another window with pressing just only one key~ next window, next window~ with one key that I choose18:56
thmsI can SSH on my server, but SFTP doesn't work. I get the openSSH header and then nothing18:58
reisiomattkim: that may be configurable, I know the application switcher itself even comes in many forms, with myriad settings18:58
reisiomattkim: checkout ccsm18:58
mattkimreisio: okay thanks very much :)18:58
milehighDoes anyone know a workaround for this issue? https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/87203619:00
ubottuLaunchpad bug 872036 in grub-installer (Ubuntu) "Unable to get past the 'failed to install boot loader'" [Undecided,Confirmed]19:00
milehighTrying to install 15.10 on a software RAID1. md devices already created, and md0 for /boot has metadata 0.90 for GRUB19:01
milehighbut bootloader install fails, then none of the dialog boxes on the error messages work at all, hard reboot is only way out19:01
BattantI have boat this adaptater ?19:05
Battantrotronic logistics - roline hdmi m to vga F cable adapter 12.03.3114*19:05
MonkeyDustBattant  bought, not boat19:06
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user_hey you asm little shitwads19:07
deitarionAn update just killed one of my tools. What package do I pull in to force the Python 3 bindings for libusb to be reinstalled?19:07
user_whoever the fuckin hell fried my damn brain bettter start talking19:08
user_this is ILLEGAL19:08
user_you fried my braion19:08
moopastaI did a reinstall on ubuntu, but in "Documents" folder none of my previous files are there... did I incorrectly assume they would be? I thought I read when reinstalling that it would keep them in place?19:08
user_now i cant think properly19:08
BattantWhere Could I foud a ubuntu driver this adapter because my vga screan don't work throw this adapter ?19:08
Foxtrot_88anyone can help me with workbench?19:09
Foxtrot_88i can't connect it appears Can't connect to MySQL server on '' (111)19:09
Foxtrot_88ok this is akward xD19:11
Foxtrot_88is it anyone in here?19:11
k1l_Foxtrot_88: a lot of users are. but you need to give more details: what ubuntu, what is the error? what command do you use?19:11
mattkimFoxtrot_88: hello19:11
llutz_Foxtrot_88: does your mysqld listen on localhost at all? sudo lsof -i :330619:12
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p444How do I close the apache server on xubuntu with iptables? i want it so when scanned it cant be seen but locally it can be19:13
Foxtrot_88sorry i'mat work19:13
llutzp444: just don't bind it at wan-ports, bind it to localhost only19:14
Foxtrot_88i have Ubuntu 15.10, i have installed workbench 6.3 for mysql and when i want to create a conections apears this error Can't connect to MySQL server on '' (111)19:14
sk91Hi, i have ubuntu running an application at start up. my problem is that boot time is alot. i need to decrease it to like 2 seconds and application runs ASAP. is there anyway to do it?19:15
Foxtrot_88i've being trying changing the my.cnf document19:15
Foxtrot_88but it doen't worked19:15
Foxtrot_88@llutz_ im gonna try19:15
malwar3hun73rI'm running 14.04.4 and need python 2.7.10, is there a recommended way to upgrade that doesn't break anything?19:16
Foxtrot_88llutz,  i put the code and nothing happens19:17
MonkeyDustmattkim  14.04 has python 2.7.5 ... you need or want .10 ?19:17
malwar3hun73ri need 10, it's  requirement for a project i'm working19:17
Foxtrot_88mattkim, hello19:17
llutzFoxtrot_88: so your mysql-server doesn't listen at and thats why mysql-workbench fails. pastebin your my.cnf19:18
malwar3hun73rand, it looks like 14.04 has 2.7.619:18
llutz!paste | Foxtrot_8819:18
ubottuFoxtrot_88: 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.19:18
Foxtrot_88llutz, this appears:19:18
Foxtrot_88# The MariaDB configuration file19:18
Foxtrot_88# The MariaDB/MySQL tools read configuration files in the following order:19:18
Foxtrot_88# 1. "/etc/mysql/mariadb.cnf" (this file) to set global defaults,19:18
Foxtrot_88# 2. "/etc/mysql/conf.d/*.cnf" to set global options.19:18
Picimalwar3hun73r: You could look at the deadsnakes PPA, its somewhat of a standard when needing other python releases... but of course it is not officially supported. https://launchpad.net/~fkrull/+archive/ubuntu/deadsnakes19:19
malwar3hun73rok, thanks19:19
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mattkimreisio: thanks!!!, I found the option. "Next window (No pop up)" in application switcher19:20
reisiomattkim: nice19:20
Foxtrot_88llutz, ?? do you see that?19:20
llutz!paste | Foxtrot_88 read this, paste there, not into the channel19:20
ubottuFoxtrot_88 read this, paste there, not into the channel: 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.19:20
Foxtrot_88ohh xD Sorry, i have a bd english and i have so much time without usin irc channels xD19:22
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skinuxI need to know how to get upgraded version of Git, 1.9.1 is old.19:23
skinuxI'm sing 14.04.3, Git website only tells to use apt-get for installationl.19:24
Foxtrot_88llutz, this? http://paste.ubuntu.com/15208770/19:24
llutzFoxtrot_88: and the files in /etc/mysql/conf.d/ ?19:25
Foxtrot_88it's in/etc/mysql/my.cnf19:25
llutzFoxtrot_88: not sure about mariadb, but for mysql your pasted my.cnf lacks some important settings.19:26
llutzFoxtrot_88: so i'd guess there are more config-files in the listed directories19:27
Foxtrot_88llutz, i don't now vato, but i'm gonna check19:27
Foxtrot_88llutz,  oh god, you were right, there's more documents and it's another file called my.cnf19:29
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Foxtrot_88llutz, check http://imgur.com/Zzk67Ft19:31
bratchleywild shot in the dark but has anyone ever installed IBM's ITM agent on Ubuntu?19:36
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Picibratchley: You may want to ask that in #ubuntu-server19:43
Poirottihello. i can't find a way to connect to a specific wifi. when i'm somewhere else it works fine. tried to google it a lot and couldn't determine what the problem could be. right now i'm using my phone on the wifi i'm trying to connect. any suggestions?19:44
madjoeHi! I use my bash script each time I would like to remove old kernel. Is there any easy way to do this in GUI? I'm on Ubuntu 15.04.19:50
MonkeyDustmadjoe  i use 3rd party app ubuntu-tweak to that end19:51
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MonkeyDustmadjoe  but 15.04 is dead19:51
madjoeMonkeyDust: many thanks!19:51
madjoedead? I mean.. I know it's not a LTS, but how come it's dead?19:52
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baizonmadjoe: april + 9 months19:52
ubottuUbuntu 15.04 (Vivid Vervet) was the 22nd release of Ubuntu. Support ended on February 4, 2016. See !eol, !eolupgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/vivid19:53
k1l_madjoe: better update to 15.10 until the repos are made offline and its getting more difficult19:53
madjoeah.. right... well, a stupid question... I spent months in order to configure my apps on 15.04... could wait until I upgrade to 16.04, or should I do it now with 15.10?19:54
p444i installed apache on ubuntu 14.04, ran lamp. for my next task in class ive been asked to turn off apache web server, is that just closin down port 80 on the machine, or closing down apache differnt than the actual port on ubuntu machine>?19:54
k1l_madjoe: you cant jump over releases. you need to update to 15.1019:54
k1l_madjoe: and the apps should stay the same with the online update19:55
madjoek1l_: would you recommend me to update automatically, or should I do it the hard way?19:55
MonkeyDustp444  try sudo service apache2 stop19:55
k1l_madjoe: i dont know what ways you mean there? i talk about running "update-manager" gui or run "do-release-upgrade" in cli19:55
madjoeah.. the easy way.. that's fine... I've been told by a friend of mine that he prefers a clean installation over an upgrade19:56
p444yeah stopped. but my next task in class, is to use ip tables to set it that if someone else on my lan scanned they cant see but i can see locally. im trying figure that out.19:56
k1l_madjoe: upgrade get automated testings form ubuntu. so that work since some times19:57
vinnychasehey whats up everybody19:57
p444i think im on the right track with sudo iptables -L but not sure how after that19:57
vinnychaseanyone know of a good guide online for installing openvpn?19:57
MonkeyDustp444  we can't do your homework for you19:57
madjoek1l_: maybe my friend has an otdated info about this... yes, I'll do that19:57
k1l_madjoe: i updated this machine since 13.10 to every next release. so i guess they work19:59
p444Im on lab 12 out of 15, and this is 2nd one im stuck on. ive been on to sites n tried, i thought id ask here for helpo sorry monkeydust19:59
vinnychasep444,  do u know how to install/setup openvpn ?19:59
madjoek1l_: I'll do it right now, dude... thanks... I hope it won't high-kick me in the face20:00
llutzvinnychase: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OpenVPN20:00
vinnychasethnx llutz  u r my hero20:00
madjoek1l_: any reasons why should I pick terminal over GUI in order to do the upgrade?20:01
vinnychaseit looks cooler20:01
k1l_madjoe: no.20:01
MonkeyDustp444  and remember: your parents got their grades without internet20:01
k1l_madjoe: both do the same things in the background20:02
p444monkeydust yes thats a tool we are lucky to have20:02
Bashing-omp444: IF you have put the effort into it .. and have a hump you can not get over, we will guide you over that hump, BUT - we cannot and will not do your homework for you .20:02
p444thats what im tryin20:02
p444its friday and im still in library when everyoen else is gone home20:02
p444i think i am stuck20:02
vinnychaseis there a difference in speed between bridging and routing?20:03
p444i picked linux course to learn not to cheat, its pointless if im just goin to take answer,s id ditn select this course the sake of it20:03
p444i didnt*20:03
ouroumov_p444, you want apache not to be visible from outside your lan? Then use iptables to drop packets from outside that are aimed at ports 80 and 443 (http & https)20:06
Bashing-omp444: Learning is never easy, it does take time .. How do you think Mark Shuttleworth became a multi-millionair ? .. As to your present humo. see: ' man iptables ' . After a long read we see if we can get ya unstuck if that condition persists .20:07
akikp444: not clear what you meant but you can set iptables to drop all the rest of the packets you don't want. -j LOG for logging the packets20:08
akikp444: there's a difference in setting a choice of reject or drop. reject shows the sending party that you rejected the packet, drop just drops it on your end and doesn't tell it to the sender20:10
ubottugiancarlo: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».20:19
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ouroumov_This channel needs an xdcc bot with Ubuntu Flavor .isos :D20:21
ebernhardsonhow could i see why apt isn't upgrading a particular package? `dpkg -s jq` shows 1.3-1.1ubuntu1 installed, `apt-cache show jq` shows 1.4-2.1-ubuntu14.04.1 available in backports, but `apt-get install jq` claims the newest version is installed20:22
k1l_ebernhardson: what package?20:22
ebernhardsonk1l_: jq20:22
k1l_ebernhardson: apt-cache policy jq20:22
k1l_ebernhardson: for backports, you need to make them install from backports. its enabled by default but you need to adress it manually20:23
ubottuIf new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they may go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports - See also !packaging20:23
ebernhardsonk1l_: ahh thanks, that's done the trick20:24
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milehighOn 15.10 what's the trick to installing on mdRAID 1? I have the md devices created, with metadata 0.90 for /boot partition, but bootloader install fails no matter where I try to install it to and all the dialog options are non-functional, only way out is hard reboot20:29
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ubottuLaunchpad bug 872036 in grub-installer (Ubuntu) "Unable to get past the 'failed to install boot loader'" [Undecided,Confirmed]20:30
MonkeyDustmilehigh  are you telling us it is a known bug?20:31
milehighyes but no real comments for 4.5 years20:32
milehighand I know it's not impossible to do20:32
Bashing-ommilehigh: A server or a desktop install ? See: ' apt-cache show dmraid ' .20:39
p444akik thanks for that, im getting somewhere20:41
skinuxWhich package do I need for openssl/ssl.h?20:43
ioria!info libssl-dev20:44
ubottulibssl-dev (source: openssl): Secure Sockets Layer toolkit - development files. In component main, is optional. Version 1.0.2d-0ubuntu1.3 (wily), package size 1106 kB, installed size 5475 kB20:44
maxscam1how would i find the /dev/ttyXX which corresponds to my laptop's keyboard?20:44
k1l_maxscam1: i am not sure that should be a tty20:45
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jzeollaHow can I get more details about an attempt to connect to a port on my machine20:47
Bashing-ommaxscam1: Maybe ' cat /proc/bus/input/devices ' ?20:47
jzeollaThere should be a service behind udp 69, but when my other box attempts to connect, my box returns an icmp port destination unreachable20:48
skinuxI'm trying to compile a later version of Git and it's requiring OpenSSL Dev20:51
skinuxOne thing about Ubuntu I'm starting not to like it all the older versions of everything.20:52
ioriaj!latest | skinux20:54
ioria!latest | skinux20:54
ubottuskinux: 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.20:54
phenomenonI got a Asus laptop and brightness keys dont work and the brightness goes to full after reboot. Any tips on how to fix it? Maybe a link so I can do some reading about it? I've tried searching the web but to much info.20:55
pbxif holding shift doesn't bring up the grub menu, what other way might i get to recovery mode? any options short of making a temporary boot volume to use via usb?20:55
ioriapbx you can try ESC, or persisting with shift, ot boot a live, mount your partition, edit /etc/default/grub and comment  GRUB_HIDDEN_TIMEOUT=020:57
Bashing-ompbx: URFI system ? Then it is the escape key that grub recognizes . only a 3 second window of opportunuty . repeatedly depress and release .20:57
maxscam1@Bashing-om thanks, could  /devices/virtual/input/input21 be a "port" address?20:57
pbxioria ok, i'll try esc. Bashing-om -  dunno URFI, it's a dell E724020:57
ioriapbx  no, sorry you need sudo update-grub, that requires bind mount20:58
skinuxOkay, so, does this mean I cannot compile later version of Git?20:58
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pbxioria - alas sudo is broken on account of me messing up its ownership, hence my need for rescue mode20:59
Bashing-ommaxscam1: Beat me .. A VM install ?21:00
ioriapbx  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCdRecovery21:00
phenomenonHow will I know if any fix I find on the web will "break" my ubuntu? I'm scared of doing so... I want my security to be good. =)21:01
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MonkeyDustphenomenon  first of all: backup ... if you then break things, it's not as bad21:02
ioriapbx  if you don't want to work on live, you can just follow 'Update Failure' section , after mount your part,  edit /etc/default/grub , reboot and enter Grub -> recovery mode21:03
pbxtx ioria21:03
ioriapbx good luck21:03
Bashing-omphenomenon: Most apt commands honor the 's' switch to "simulate" what will happen .21:04
phenomenonMonkeyDust, okay. Is it possible to break it bad so it will leave my computer open for attacks or something like that?21:04
phenomenonBashing-om, cool, thanks. Ill try that next time =)21:05
MonkeyDustphenomenon  open for attacks? is that a server?21:05
phenomenonlaptop =) *tinfoil hat on*21:05
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MonkeyDustphenomenon  what kind of attacks did you have in mind?21:05
MonkeyDustphenomenon  i mean, why would anyone want to attack you21:06
yeats!security | phenomenon21:07
ubottuphenomenon: Security Updates are dealt with here:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Security - See also !root, !firewall, !server, and !usn21:07
phenomenonMonkeyDust, i dont know. thats the problem i guess. Tbh, none I think. I'm a "normal" user with just my ordinary using of the net. was thinking of dropbox install to21:07
ouroumov_MonkeyDust, so they can harvest his machine into a botnet?21:07
phenomenonyeats, thanks21:08
yeatsphenomenon: basically, if you apply security updates regularly, probably no need for the tin foil hat ;-)21:08
yeatsuse a firewall if you're really paranoid21:08
phenomenonany tips on a good one?21:08
yeats!firewall | phenomenon21:08
ubottuphenomenon: Ubuntu, like any other Linux distribution, has built-in firewall capabilities. The firewall is managed using the 'ufw' command - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UFW | GUI frontends such as gufw and ufw-kde also exist. | An alternative to ufw is the 'iptables' command - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo21:08
yeatsphenomenon: ufw is built in and is a front-end to iptables21:09
phenomenonoh sweet, thanks21:09
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MonkeyDusti have ufw and fail2ban, feels quite safe21:10
k1l_phenomenon: usually you dont need to fix stuff yourself. ubuntu will do that for you.21:10
phenomenonk1l_, yeah, but i have two problems atm, touchpad die after suspend and brightness goes to full when reboot (and that my keys for brightness control don't work)21:11
AzisHello, any one here play YGO PRO using Ubuntu?21:12
phenomenonit was the same a few month ago when i tried ubuntu :/21:12
MonkeyDustAzis  sounds !offtopic to me21:12
k1l_see if the module for the touchpad gets properly loaded again after resume21:12
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phenomenonk1l_, i dont know how to do that. I tried to hybernate it after suspension and it came back to life21:13
k1l_phenomenon: and brightness to full sounds like a bios setting to me. maybe your manufacturer doesnt stick 100% to acpi standards. so look if for your make and model there is a solution21:13
phenomenonits a asus and i think many have problems with that brand21:14
AzisHmm, :MonkeyDust alright then, ^ ^21:15
robertwhats up?21:17
robertcool cool, where u from?21:18
Bashing-omphenomenon: One's solution : http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2284954 . ( 14.04 )21:18
AzisIs there any alternate solution remastering Ubuntu system, without using remastersys?21:18
robertI heard there's a lot of traffic in GA21:19
phenomenonBashing-om, thanks. ill read it now. i just tried changing GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT. can changing the syntax in it make things difficult for me?21:19
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AzisI've tried systemback with no luck, i mean not compatible with unetbootin software21:20
Mikelevelphenomenon~ brand its not the problem . i have an asus and everything works fine21:20
phenomenonMikelevel, did it work straight out of the box?21:21
Bashing-omphenomenon: You are passing a parameter to the kernel, there is always a chance of things not working out as expected... might try that parameter booting from grub's boot menu as a one time thing .21:21
phenomenonBashing-om, okay, thanks =921:22
phenomenonMikelevel, lucky you ;)21:22
phenomenonganna try out the things from the link i got. ill be back later =) Thanks for all the help so far =)21:22
dagenhi, pls need your help)21:24
MonkeyDustdagen  let's hear it, in one line21:24
Surendil!ask | dagen21:24
ubottudagen: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience21:24
dagenI removes some apckets from ubuntu and now my network is not working21:24
MonkeyDustdagen  did yu make a backup, first?21:24
dageni setup network manually but... something wrong) i can ping only local gateway21:25
dagen192.168.1.1 and other local comp21:25
dagennot ineternet21:25
dagenMonkeyDust full bkp no21:25
dagenonly default /home21:26
dagentrought defaulkt bkp utility oin ubuntu 14.0421:26
MonkeyDustdagen  how can you accidentally delete something outside /home? you need the password to do it21:26
dagensorry lost link21:28
MonkeyDustdagen  what did you delete and why?21:28
dagensudo apt-get purge totem* emphaty* brasero* rhythmbox*21:29
dagenI don't use this packages21:29
dagenno CD, VLC for video and music, and no social needed21:29
dagenbut after cleanup teh operation removes some gnome* files21:30
jushurwana bet that guy is "mickeratta" and hes running on his so called compromised install.21:30
dageni'm so sorry21:33
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dagenstrange reboot21:33
MonkeyDustdagen  I picked this up in this channel ... save it as 'fixpackages' ... make executable with 'chmod +x fixpackages' ... then run it with './fixpackages' ... http://paste.ubuntu.com/15121279/21:33
dagenMonkeyDust but I don't have internet connection21:34
dagenbecause NetworkManager was removed too21:34
MonkeyDustdagen  then how are yoou here? other pc?21:35
dagenother ofcourse21:35
MonkeyDust!oofline | dagen21:35
MonkeyDust!offline | dagen21:35
ubottudagen: If you need to download Ubuntu packages using another machine or OS, check the desired packages in Synaptic and select File > Generate package download script. See also !APTonCD21:35
dagenI try to setup network manually... trought ifconfig eth0 inet * netmask * up21:35
dagenit's working only to a my local home gateway but no internet21:35
jushurdagen: dhclient enp6s021:35
dagenjushur TAHNK YOU very much!21:36
dagenyou make my day21:36
dagenMonkeyDust thank you too!21:37
jushurdagen: you can make mine, if you try to write in a good quality english.21:37
dagennow i have inet and can solve the problem trought dpkg --configure -a21:37
dagenor just install packets21:37
dagenor ubuntu-desktop in last way21:37
jushurdagen: just rollback the change you did?21:37
dagenhow I can rollback? get info about removed packages from apt history?21:38
jushurdagen: actually ignore that, apperantly ubuntu does apt-get does not have that functionality. just reinstall the ubuntu-desktop.21:41
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dagenafter that my desktop settings will be replaced by default ubuntu-desktop or not?21:42
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thebwtthe .debs should all by in /var/cache/apt right?21:42
skinuxFor later version of Git, is the right way to install from a PPA for a later version of Ubuntu?21:42
jushurdagen: your desktop will have the same settings it always had in your /home/USERNAME folder.21:42
dagenand style of window and buttons too?21:43
dagenjushur it's great21:43
dageni'll try it21:43
jushurdagen: if you made any changes to it outside of /home id guess those goes away. but you should nnot do that anyway. always make changes in your home dir.21:44
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dagenwhen I change some params in gnome-tweak-tools or dconf-editor? it was saved in home or not?21:45
jushurdagen: all changes outside of your /home/username folder needs a sudo and password input. you should know what you have done.21:46
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jushurdagen: you should avoid removing stuff, is there a reason you want to remove them? (dont need them, is not a good enough reason).21:48
just_a_guyhp printer cabled to wifi router, U15.10 setup asks for uid/pwd is setup working?21:48
jushur!ask | HazDaemon21:48
ubottuHazDaemon: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience21:48
borisetoHi, just seeking for an opinion, would you suggest to go with the open source driver or with the proprietary driver for a laptop with Intel/AMD graphics?21:49
jushurboriseto: I never use the binary my self.21:49
jushurboriseto: binary/proprietary21:50
borisetojushur, and how does your system behave? And which graphic do you have (if it's okay to ask)?21:50
borisetojushur, I understand.21:50
skinuxIs it safe to install a version of Git from PPA that's built for a later version of Ubuntu?21:55
jushurboriseto: This laptop im using right now, AMD E-450 with 4GB Ram, and a Robson LE - Radeon HD 6330M GPU/IGP. is basicly old crap compared to any new computer. and it works flawless.21:55
madjoeHi guys! The upgrade to 15.10 from 15.04 went fine. The only issues I've noticed so far: a) my Canon pixma scanner is not recognized by any scanner (including xsane), b) is there any automatic way to update my sources that I added manually for 15.04?22:00
madjoek1l_: ^^22:01
k1l_madjoe: you mean the PPAs in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/ ?22:01
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k1l_i bet there is some regular expression magic possible :)  but i use the systemsettings -> software & updates -> other software tab. to manage them.22:03
k1l_and by that i look if there are my new release packages available at all.22:03
madjoek1l_: yeah, the question was targeted towards regex magic.. :) anyway, I know how to do it manually, but wanted to look for a shortcut :)22:05
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madjoek1l_: do you know about a tool for removing old kernel by GUI? was it Unity Tweak or some other Tweak, I can't remember...22:06
k1l_madjoe: you dont need that anymore. that should be done automatically when installing a new on22:07
k1l_madjoe: "dpkg -l | grep linux-image"22:07
madjoewow! finally!!22:07
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madjoeOk, I know how to complete the upgrade now... thanks once again.22:08
BikerMikeHello all! I've recently installed 14.04 LTS 32-bit :)22:10
k1l_BikerMike: why 32bit?22:10
BikerMikeI had assumed that the laptop I installed into was only 32-bit capable (Intel Core2 Duo 2GHz, 2GB RAM)22:13
BikerMikeDid I assume wrongly?22:13
BikerMikeThen I should do a re-install then? I still have Win7 side-by-side, there'll be no impact?22:14
k1l_BikerMike: type "cat /proc/cpuinfo" into terminal and put the output into paste.ubuntu.com please22:15
skinuxWill PPA for Wiley cause big issues if installed on Trusty??22:17
heirloomsi am facing this problem ? any solution for this problem ? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pyinotify/+bug/155042422:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1550424 in pyinotify (Ubuntu) "package python-pyinotify 0.9.4-1build1 failed to install/upgrade: subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1" [Undecided,New]22:18
BikerMikeThe laptop isn't with me now, but here's what came up on search: http://www.engadget.com/products/acer/aspire/4736/specs/22:18
k1l_BikerMike: ok, that 64 for sure. since you just installed i would consider a reinstall. you can use the same partitions again. just chose manual partitioning and set the partitions to be used as / and /home etc.22:20
tigefacan i get stable if releases of 16.04 http://paste.ubuntu.com/15210291/ ie from dev branch to stable auto after releases or still in dev branch ?? :)22:20
skinuxAm I asking a completely retarded question??22:21
k1l_!final | tigefa22:21
ubottutigefa: 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.22:21
matthia__hi, i have with vpnc a connection to home but dns resolve don`t work, musst i in '/etc/network/interfaces' add tun0 interface with dnsname-server ????22:23
tigefaok that clear my mind now, just scared if in dev branch forever =-O22:23
dagenjushur you right about removing of something22:23
dagenI must think before22:23
nacc_skinux: a ppa for wily won't do anyting for trusty, unless they also are building packages for trusty ...22:24
nacc_skinux: if you forcibly install packages intended for another version of ubuntu ... yes, things can break, i'd think that's pretty self-evident22:25
tigefaty ubottu k1l_ :)22:25
k1l_skinux: yes, that will make trouble. most times the depencies cant be solved22:25
jespersonHey guys, I have a problem with CS:GO - anyone up to help me? It's stuttering every now and then...22:29
skinuxWell, there are PPAs listed for all versions of Ubuntu on Launchpad22:34
skinuxI mean, there are for Git22:34
hidhello, what is a good CLI torrent client?22:43
SchrodingersScat!torrents | hid22:45
ubottuhid: Wily can be torrented from http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/wily/desktop/ubuntu-15.10-desktop-i386.iso.torrent or http://torrent.ubuntu.com/simple/wily/server/ubuntu-15.10-server-amd64.iso.torrent depending on your needs. Other flavors can be found at http://torrent.ubuntu.com:696922:45
ubottuSome torrent clients: Transmission (GTK and terminal-based), Deluge-Torrent, Freeloader, BitStormLite, BitTornado-GUI (GTK), KTorrent (KDE), QTorrent (Qt), Azureus/Vuse (Java), !Frostwire (Java), TorrentFlux (web-based), bittornado, rTorrent, cTorrent, bittorrent, aria2 (terminal-based) - FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/help/faq - See also !P2P22:45
SchrodingersScathid: I like rtorrent if you're keeping a few up, otherwise transmission-cli is fine for individual isos22:45
GallowglassEvening, all. I've got troubles getting an Ubuntu server to do ssh. Can anyone here help me with that?22:45
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience22:45
hidSchrodingersScat: can I run rtorrent with a gui interface?22:46
SchrodingersScathid: you asked for cli :[ there's a webui.  I think default is an ncurses window22:46
GallowglassAlright. Here goes:22:46
hidtransmission has a deamon mode that permit to connect remotely with GUI22:46
hidoh ok :)22:47
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GallowglassI've got an Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS server I'm puttering around with. I can't ssh into it, though I know ssh is running. I can't get iptables to save its rules, but even with the rules added I can't connect to ssh.22:48
WhisketHey I'm getting "Memory corruption detected in low memory" at boot, x11 won't start, and my network config resets about every 3 minutes. Anyone have any ideas? 14.0422:48
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/22:50
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: what iptables rules are you trying to apply?22:50
GallowglassTo accept incoming and outgoing packets on ssh port... actual commands coming in a sec22:51
Gallowglasssudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport ssh -j ACCEPT22:53
Gallowglasssudo iptables -A OUTPUT -p tcp --dport ssh -j ACCEPT22:53
jag_Hi! new to ubuntu and very first time on IRC (read guidelines), Have printer setup problem on 15.10, Help!22:53
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cherry_linis there any described process of upgrading 14.04 to 16.04?22:54
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: why do you need that?22:55
SchrodingersScat!16.04 | cherry_lin, but afaik you wait until 16.04.1 and then it should let you.22:55
ubottucherry_lin, but afaik you wait until 16.04.1 and then it should let you.: Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) will be the 24th release of Ubuntu. Announcement at http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1479 - Discussion in #ubuntu+122:55
GallowglassBecause when I: sudo iptables -L it does not show any rules at all, and since I can't connect to the ssh server I'm expecting that this means the firewall isn't allowing the traffic on the ssh port.22:56
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: how are you running that on the server?22:56
cherry_linSharkMa-san: what22:57
cherry_linSchrodingersScat: what22:57
cherry_linI just want to upgrade22:57
GallowglassI've got a monitor and keyboard on it and type it in directly.22:57
cherry_linI know it's not released yet22:57
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k1l_cherry_lin: use the developer switch if you want to upgrade to the dev version now. but be aware its a dev version stil and it might brake22:58
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: k, normally no iptables rules works for me, if iptables isn't blocking it then might it be something else?  ie, without other rules idk why you'd have to specifically allow something.22:58
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cherry_link1l_: developer switch? Where is this switch located?22:58
k1l_cherry_lin: its -d22:58
GallowglassIf that will work, then I can let that go and focus on the lack of response from sshd, yeah.22:58
cherry_linso I just replace codenames in sources.list with xenial and do apt-get upgrade && apt-get dist-upgrade and one of these should have -d22:59
k1l_cherry_lin: no, no no22:59
SchrodingersScatlol, stop22:59
k1l_cherry_lin: on ubuntu you dont fiddle with the sources.list22:59
k1l_cherry_lin: ubuntu uses "do-release-upgrade" in cli or update-manager for gui for release upgrades. are you really sure you want to upgrade to the dev version?23:00
SchrodingersScatcherry_lin: man do-release-upgrade23:00
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cherry_linsure I want23:01
cherry_linit has working lxc with checkpoints23:01
SchrodingersScatwe've helped too much here23:01
cherry_linthank you for the information23:01
rattkinghmm I have never had issues modifying the sources.list and doing  a dist-upgrade.. what does do-release-upgrade do different?23:03
k1l_rattking: it handles 3 party repos for example23:03
am_how can I enable memory of any apps windowses position onmy Unity Desktop? When i open some app it's opens any time at different places... And I try to enable last position saving of any app window23:04
GallowglassSchrodingersScat: So openssh-server is installed on the machine and I can: ssh -v localhost just fine.23:04
k1l_and it got a more clever upgrade routine than just exchanging all packages23:04
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: and you can ping other things from it?23:04
rattkingI am trying to read it, but I really dont know much python23:04
GallowglassSchrodingersScat: Ooh, I cannot.23:05
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: k, check your networking maybe?23:05
* rattking thinks there is no problem 'dpkg --force-all' can cause that 'dpkg --force-all' cant fix :)23:05
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: ifconfig maybe for starters, make sure you're on the proper settings for your network23:06
GallowglassSchrodingersScat: Indeed. Let me see what I come up with. I did just assign this computer a static IP, so maybe I've goofed somewhere in that process.23:06
bishopsHi all, anyone knows what happened with teh interface of libreoffice on ubuntu 15.10?23:07
bishopssince it got updated23:07
k1l_bishops: what do you mean?23:08
bishopsk1l_: I just updated libreoffice, and the interface has a few problem. the right bar now is following the new gtk orange thing, but the icons appear in black and I have to use the highcontrast theme for me to see them23:09
jespersonHey guys, I have a problem with CS:GO - anyone up to help me? It's stuttering every now and then...23:09
jespersonRunning Ubuntu MATE 15.10 with Nvidia 352.63 drivers23:11
GallowglassSchrodingersScat: Problem resolved. Would you like to know what was wrong?23:15
cherry_lindo-dist-upgrade tells me it can't authenticate package module-init-tools, so can't do anything further23:15
SchrodingersScatcherry_lin: man do-release-upgrade23:15
k1l_cherry_lin: do-release-upgrade is the command23:16
cherry_linyeah, I've mistyped it into irc23:16
k1l_cherry_lin: where does your release prompt direct to?23:16
GallowglassThis server is made out of an old gaming machine with an nvidi motherboard. I haven't really bothered installing extra drivers for it, but there's two network ports on the back, and moving the network cable to the right one made everything work.23:16
GallowglassNo need to mess with iptables at this rate.23:16
SchrodingersScatah, k23:16
bishopsk1l_: Any ideas? Maybe I should just wait for the next update..23:16
GallowglassThanks, man. I'd have been convinced it was something entirely different.23:16
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: so it was in eth1 when you set up eth0 or vice versa?23:17
k1l_bishops: dont know23:17
bishopsk1l_: no worries thanks :)23:17
GallowglassSchrodingersScat: Really, I don't think Linux sees that interface, but the cable's now in eth0 for sure. It's just that an loopback in the config file.23:17
Gallowglass*and loopback23:18
cherry_link1l_: release prompt direct to? I'm not sure I understand23:18
deanmanHello i have a fresh 14.04 install on a high-end laptop and i notice that it very very slow when retrieving data from the internet. For example a simple curl of a specific page could take 16 sec, 0.5 sec on a second laptop (quite old). Any hints?23:18
k1l_cherry_lin: cat /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades     last line23:19
SchrodingersScatGallowglass: I couldn't rule out iptables not knowing what your setup was, there was the chance that you had a really complicated setup and needed it for reasons. :^)  Most examples I've seen normally block traffic then allow it through ports like that as needed, so if those were your only rules it didn't make sense to me.  And oh, k.  Have fun.  Also check out mosh, although if the server is local it may not23:19
SchrodingersScatmatter as much. Mosh is an ssh client that has better connectivity.23:19
cherry_link1l_: lts23:19
k1l_cherry_lin: so what command did you run exactly to upgrade?23:19
GallowglassWill do, thanks.23:20
cherry_lindeanman: maybe dns thing, try making /etc/resolv.conf same as on your old laptop23:20
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GallowglassEngaging lurk mode.23:20
cherry_link1l_: # do-release-upgrade -d23:20
k1l_cherry_lin: and what was the exact issue now?23:20
cherry_linit fetched xenial package lists, but was unable to authenticate module-init-tools23:21
cherry_linso it stopped23:21
deanmancherry_lin: my old laptop runs Windows and is simply using vdsl modem for dns entries (same as ubuntu laptop)23:21
k1l_cherry_lin: apt-cache policy module-init-tools23:21
k1l_cherry_lin: in a pastebin please23:22
cherry_link1l_: http://pastebin.com/FQF0unq523:22
k1l_cherry_lin: can you put a "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" in a pastebin?23:23
cherry_lindeanman: time ping -c 1 && time nslookup ya.ru23:24
cherry_link1l_: http://pastebin.com/JC4Pq8k323:24
deanmancherry_lin: 0.41s23:25
cherry_lintry curl's verbose option23:25
cherry_lincurl -v ya.ru for example23:25
cherry_lindeanman: so you can spot which action is slowing you down23:26
Fudgewhat does apparmor actually do? is it safe to remove/disable23:27
y0r94rd14n4n93lbe an armor to your app23:27
deanmancherry_lin: time curl -v ya.ru (0m15s). Really slow, no?23:27
Tweakerrobinjust installed Plex on my ubuntu vpn :D:D now i need to set up a ssh tunnel as stated in the tutorial, but cant i use a vpn instead?23:27
y0r94rd14n4n93lremove it conan the barbarian does not wear any23:28
k1l_y0r94rd14n4n93l: please keep this channel clear for real ubuntu support.23:29
deanmancherry_lin: The lag from the previous command is at the very start and stating "Hostname was NOT found in DNS cache". Shouldn't be in cache after running it at least once ?23:29
cherry_lindeanman: not fast enough yeah. Can you see in verbose output which line takes the most time23:29
cherry_linI get was not found in dns cache as well, but mine is 0.125 s23:30
cherry_lindeanman: time curl
deanmancherry_lin: 0.264s23:31
cherry_lincat /etc/resolv.conf && ip r23:31
k1l_cherry_lin: see the log in /var/log/dist-upgrade/ if that tells something more23:31
deanmancherry_lin: http://pastebin.com/fcMp8A1923:34
cortexmani have an nvidia card and the nvidia drivers installed, which i need to have installed, however I want X to use the onboard graphics on my intel i7-4790K23:37
wellickTo list a directory other than the current directory is: ls /something23:39
Bashing-omcortexman: You should have th tool "nvidia-prime" also installed to control which graphic's set to use . see: 'apt-cache show nvidia-prime' .23:39
wellickbut on my terminal only "ls something" works, without the "/" :o23:39
Bashing-omwell .. that leading '/' is a directive to be relative to the 'root' directory .23:40
k1l_wellick: / is  the base directory called "root". so if you do "ls /somefolder" it means you want to list that folder.23:40
wellickohhh, I see. thanks.23:41
wellickSo in linux / is what in windows would be C:/  ?23:42
cortexmanBashing-om, thanks for the tip. what do you make of this? https://gist.github.com/brianmingus/718b3ff044dfc1ff7cb423:42
k1l_wellick: yes23:42
wellickC:\ I meant23:42
wellickgot it.23:42
wellickso how do you distinguish between different devices in Linux, there's no letters to differentiate them?23:43
k1l_wellick: they are in /dev/sdXY . but to use them you need to mount them. you could literally mount them anywhere but most times /mnt/ or /media/ is used23:44
Bashing-omcortexman: nvidia-prime - if you installed fro, repo or our PPA would have ben installed aitomatically ..what is installed ? show ' dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia ' // Also note that you need to update your system prior to doing any additional install of software .23:45
cherry_lindeanman: try changing dns to something different23:48
wellickk1l_: thanks bro/sis23:49
cherry_lindeanman: or for example (those are opendns.com)23:49
cherry_link1l_: so it's the same actually as I've told before http://pastebin.com/TLXi5Dxv23:51

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