rem505ne1 know why it would stop?00:00
webigorNot enough RAM00:00
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rem505but im using a ramdisk00:01
k1lrem505: press any key00:01
webigorwhy ubuntu can't resolve depends?00:02
k1lwebigor: put all the errormessages into paste.ubuntu.com and show the link here00:02
rem505k1l:  the keys just beep after a while00:02
cerya13gconftool-2 --recursive-unset /apps/compiz00:03
k1lrem505: did you see the choose language screen etc?00:04
rem505k1l: no it never got to that00:04
k1lwebigor: please put a "apt-cache policy gimp" on that paste00:04
k1lrem505: how did you create that usb?00:04
rem505k1l:  its a dvd from an iso00:05
k1lrem505: hmm00:05
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rem505k1l this laptop does not have a usb boot option00:06
k1luh its that old? than your only chance is the Lubuntu iso00:06
rem505k1l ok i'll try that, thnks00:06
k1lwebigor: what command did you use for that depency errors?00:10
rem505its got Brawndo...its what plants crave00:10
rem505k1l:  It may well have a usb boot, but I tried the SD card with no luck.00:11
webigork1l: it's ubuntu's software center00:11
k1lwebigor: close software-center. then in terminal do "sudo apt update && sudo install gimp"00:11
DarmaniHi everyone! I have some simple code I wrote but it won't let me run it from the Terminal, it keeps saying command not found?00:13
Darmanisudo ./name_of_project.rb00:14
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reisioDarmani: chmod +x ./name_of_project.rb first?00:15
Darmanireisio: I have to run it like that?00:16
ouroumov_Darmani, this is the file is executable00:17
webigoris there anyone knows about "programming"?00:17
ouroumov_Then you can run it using ./name_of_project.rb00:17
Darmaniouroumov_: yeah it's just a simple web server00:17
ouroumov_webigor, head over towards #programming00:17
CyberGabberDarmani: you must make the file executable, with command chmod u+x00:18
DarmaniCyberGabber: Ohhhh00:18
DarmaniWhy is that? If you don't mind me asking?00:18
Team24Northgood morning ladies and gentlenerds :)00:18
CyberGabberDarmani: see under step3 on http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2009/10/ruby-hello-world-example-how-to-write-and-execute-ruby-program-on-unix-os/00:19
geirhato run it, you use ./name_of_project.rb00:19
geirhabut to run it, it must be executable, which is what chmod +x does00:19
webigoraah, there's 5.20AM00:19
webigorWhat's morning?00:19
DarmaniSo for all the scripts I make I have to run that command first?00:19
webigortry chmod +x *00:20
reisioDarmani: if you don't want to specify the interpreter, yup00:20
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k1lDarmani: as standard files are not +x by default. that is not to let any code execute automatically. its a security feature00:20
reisioDarmani: don't do what webigor said :p00:20
webigoror chmod+x ./*00:20
geirhaDarmani: For the ones you intend to run, yes.00:20
reisioDarmani: sudo ruby ./name_of_project.rb would probably work00:20
webigorit'll make everything exectuble00:20
alive876hi, newbie here, i have novnc server running on an ubuntu cloud environment and am running a cpp program that comes back "Unable to connect to the X display"    ,  can you give me a hint to trak this down, i don't know much about networks.  thanks!!00:20
geirhawebigor: which is probably not what he wants00:20
k1lDarmani: think on people on windows running .exe files that got named "a.person.naked.jpg.exe"00:21
Darmaniah okay. I think I get it.00:21
DarmaniIf I specified an interpreter then I wouldn't have to type that command anymore correct?00:21
webigoraah, i entered one repo too much times, how i can delete?00:22
k1lwebigor: what do you mean?00:22
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webigori entered APT line too many times00:23
bekkswebigor: which apt line?00:23
geirhaDarmani: Right, because then it's ruby you execute, and it already has execute bit. The script only needs to be readable in that case00:24
geirhaDarmani: I recommend reading http://mywiki.wooledge.org/Permissions to learn about how unix permission work00:24
webigorWhy Ruby is too old in Ubuntu's repos?00:25
webigorIt's 1.9.x but there's 2.x00:25
reisiotoo old for what00:25
k1lwebigor: ubuntu 14.04 is on the state of pre april 2014.00:26
reisioDarmani: with ./foo, you say "please run foo, foo will make it apparent what to run itself via"00:26
reisioDarmani: with ruby ./foo, you say "ruby, run this, I want you to consider it ruby source"00:26
reisioin the latter case, it is merely input, and needn't be executable00:27
webigori need latest ruby00:27
reisiowebigor: 'latest' isn't a version00:27
Darmanireisio: That's what I was doing in the first place. sudo ./name_of_file.rb00:27
reisioDarmani: sudo is not an interpreter of ruby source code00:27
webigorI need rails 4, but i can't install it as it requires Ruby 2.x00:27
reisioDarmani: it's occasionally an interpreter of executable files, hence chmod +x00:27
reisiowebigor: so update?00:28
webigoror ubuntu00:28
Darmanireisio: Okay, gotcha.00:28
reisiowebigor: whichever00:28
tunnuAm trying to dual boot between windows 7 and parted magic but its failing00:30
tunnuWith the following error00:31
tunnulosetup: /dev/loop252: No such file or directory00:31
tunnumount: unknown filesystem type 'squashfs'00:31
tunnuMounting the fu.sqfs failed00:31
ubuntu106Ok so i get ubuntu to boot but now i get lots of crashing graphic issues. I also get a message prio to launch MP-BIOS bug 8254 timer not connected to IO-APIC then more ata4.00 revalidation failed (errno=-19 and another that says (errno=-500:31
ubottubug 8253 in slang (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #8254 crash displaying main menu in arabic" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/825300:31
Jordan_Utunnu: This is #ubuntu, we don't support parted magic. We do however support Ubuntu, which can run GParted and other utilities just fine.00:31
Gallomimiaubuntu106: what kind of graphics chip do you have? does it have drivers installed?00:32
tunnuOk any other channel which supports parted magic that you are aware of ?00:32
ubuntu106let me check00:33
Jordan_U!alis | tunnu00:33
ubottutunnu: 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 http00:33
tunnuOk thank you ubottu00:33
ubuntu106NVIDIA GeForce 6150 LE and it said it was up to date00:34
Gallomimiaubuntu106: did you install drivers for it? maybe they're using open-source drivers, which i find don't work as reliably as the proprietary drivers :/00:34
ubuntu106i didnt i think there microsoft drivers00:35
ubuntu106i'll try that00:35
Gallomimiawhy would we care about microsoft drivers in this channel?00:35
Gallomimiaand why would ubuntu just plain tell you they're "up to date" that sounds like windows00:35
Gallomimiaubuntu106: hold on here a second.. back the truck up00:36
Gallomimianow, what is going on here?00:37
Gallomimiayou're having problems with ubuntu running?00:37
Gallomimiais it in a VM?00:37
ubuntu106not sure what that means00:37
ubuntu106yes graphic issues00:37
Gallomimiayou have windows on your computer00:37
Gallomimiaand ubuntu?00:37
ubuntu106windows 700:37
ubuntu106yes on usb00:37
Gallomimialike... the LiveUSB00:38
Gallomimiaso you tried that, but it was giving issues00:38
Gallomimiaand then i asked you about drivers in ubuntu, so you checked your drivers in windows?00:38
ubuntu106like freezing00:38
Gallomimiadoes that make sense to you?00:38
ubuntu106then yellow00:38
ubuntu106im checking in both00:38
Gallomimiai really don't care if your windows install works00:38
ubuntu106ill check ubuntu00:38
Gallomimiato do that, you must reboot?00:39
Gallomimiaalso, there's no drivers installed on your USB stick.00:39
Gallomimiaso, needn't bother checking.00:39
Gallomimiaare you planning to install ubuntu on the hard disk?00:39
Gallomimiathen..... what?00:39
Gallomimia!persistent | ubuntu10600:40
ubottuubuntu106: For information about installing Ubuntu from USB flash drives, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick - For a persistent live USB install, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent00:40
ubuntu106just using it from usb00:40
Gallomimiayou'll need to take a few steps to get those drivers installed. this is the first one00:40
Gallomimiaalso, one thing i did was to use the LiveUSB to install onto another USB stick. ran that for weeks without issue00:40
Gallomimiawas able to install drivers and anything i wanted00:41
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ubuntu106sorry im lost on all this. would it be easier to just burn to a disc? im also getting the mp-bios bug error00:44
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ubuntu106ubuntu lauches fine but if i move to fast the graphics screw all up bascially then will freeze up im using a sandisk usb but usb2.0 ports00:47
ddybingare you using a dedicated graphics card or integrated graphics?00:47
ubottuThe Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/00:49
squintyalso has install instructions.  might also want to check out pendrivelinux.com for tutorials and software suggestions00:50
systemd0wnHas anyone noticed issue with curl after update on the 26th? I don't see any recent bugs.00:58
systemd0wnTrying to use it to add a new gpg key and now I get, "curl: (77) error setting certificate verify locations:00:59
systemd0wn  CAfile: /etc/pki/tls/certs/ca-bundle.crt00:59
systemd0wn  CApath: none"00:59
systemd0wnThat's not the standard ca path.00:59
systemd0wncurl 7.43.0-1ubuntu2.1 on Ubuntu 15.10.01:01
webigorWho installed ubuntu 16.04?01:03
k1lwebigor: some did. the channel for the "not yet released ubuntu" is #ubuntu+101:04
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LoshkiI have a Ubuntu/clonezilla question. Can I ask it here? #clonezilla is very small and quiet.01:08
reisioremains to be seen01:08
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dw1any ideas why m64py on ubuntu 14.04 would have no File menu in it?01:16
xanguadw1: can't you see the menubar? Using Unity?01:17
dw1i'm using gnome-session-fallback01:17
dw1no menubar01:17
* dw1 runs with strace :/01:18
webigorI'm compiling Ruby01:19
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jpmhwhy does: echo b |grep -is -f temp.lst    - return b IF there is an empty line and ONLY an empty line in the file temp.lst.  If the file is empty, then I get nothing, as expected?01:40
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marchesiniUbuntu 16.04 only will be available in late april01:50
Bashing-ommarchesini: 16.04 will be released then ... not saying you can not become a beta tester . join ubuntu+1 .01:54
jushurmarchesini: #ubuntu+101:54
marchesiniI install ubuntu beta 1 on my p4 3.2 with 768mb ddr... The system run a little bit lag with the video, my agp is a radeon 9200 se, then i solve this problem installing xubuntu desktop 16.04 beta of the repositorie01:58
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marchesiniNow run very well01:58
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marchesiniThe ubuntu requires a good graphics card02:00
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marchesiniWill be good if ubuntu comes with the possibilite to use low resources, only some few effects and the necessary02:02
xanguamarchesini: that's what Xubuntu or Lubuntu are for02:02
nedstarklubuntu is the flagship ubuntu os, and its flag is the jolly roger02:03
ubottuUbuntu 16.04 (Xenial Xerus) will be the 24th release of Ubuntu. Announcement at http://www.markshuttleworth.com/archives/1479 - Discussion in #ubuntu+102:03
Bashing-om!minimal | marchesini02:03
ubottumarchesini: The 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/MinimalCD02:03
cfhowlettnedstark, this is ubuntu support.  poetry and chitchat belong in #ubuntu-offtopic.  thank you.02:04
nedstarkcfhowlett: how do i get a jolly roger background in unity02:05
cfhowlettnedstark, wiki images for the pic, right click on an empty spot in your desktop.  "properties" should allow you set a wallpaper02:06
nedstarkyarr, i shoulda thought of that02:06
marchesiniBashing-om: when i say low i mean to resources utilization, like effect. Good for notebook users and cellphone02:07
cfhowlettnedstark, note, I use xubuntu so ... no unity or unity expertise02:07
coffeeguyhi how do i update openvpn in ubuntu?02:17
hipitihopI'm on 14.04 and have been running "3.16.0-031600-generic #201408031935 SMP Sun Aug 3 23:36:11 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux" for months. Any attempt to go later kernel, I have tried 3.16.0-62 through to 4.2.0-30.34~14.04.1 I get no keyboard or mouse in logging screen. Any pointers ?02:17
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sta7icI have ubuntu installed on a 256 gb drive but its only using up like 30 GB, and i want to migrate the data to a 80 GB SSD. whats the best way to do that since im not sure if i can just use dd or if clonezilla will allow me to convert to smaller drives02:37
hipitihopFor the benefit of others that may have same issue, I found my solution to no keyboard/mouse problem here https://blog.al4.co.nz/2014/12/ubuntu-14-04-no-usb-keyboard-after-upgrading-kernel02:44
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Fudgehi looking for a bit of help on a server, getting usb soundcard to be recognized, alsactl init sees it and it works fine on a desktop cd03:21
Fudge002 Device 002: ID 0d8c:0014 C-Media Electronics, Inc.03:22
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meurthI can't login to my only sudoer after I altered /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/us.  How do  I root a terminal as a non-sudoer even if I never set a root password?03:30
meurthusing bathroom now03:30
extraymondHi! I have problem using hardware decoding on AMD graphic card, fglrx is working fine but vainfo gives me error.03:30
Fudgemeurth:  log in to recovery at grub and use root login to fix03:31
Lusosecany one use private tunnel? trying to import a  profile.  ca.crt, usr.crt and usr.key  are not importing properly03:31
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Fudgewhat do you mean not importing properly03:45
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kenne123hi all03:56
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Valduarehey guys im on 15.10  and cant pair with bluetooth keyboard04:02
Valduaretried using the gui and also bluetoothctl commands04:02
reisioValduare: keyboard in discovery mode?04:03
Valduaretried two diff bluetooth dongles04:03
Valduarekeyboard works on other computers fine04:03
Valduareeven with the same dongles04:03
reisioon other computerS?04:03
reisiodid the passkey thing?04:05
pr0metheu5Sorry this isn't specific to Ubuntu, but any linux distro installer won't detect my hard disk on my laptop when I try to install alongside windows 10. Any ideas why this is happening?04:06
Valduareit wont ask for the pin04:06
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reisiopr0metheu5: could be your bios/u/efi settings have some kind of terrible s/ata defaults04:06
pr0metheu5what should be the defaults?04:08
reisiopr0metheu5: something that allows your devices to be seen by GNU/Linux04:10
pr0metheu5I installed Linux on this laptop about a year ago and it was fine04:12
pr0metheu5but I had to replace my hard disk because the last one failed, and I installed Windows 10 on the new one04:12
reisiopr0metheu5: that's irrelevant :)04:13
pr0metheu5could it be this new hd is incompatible somehow?04:14
pr0metheu5it's weird that I can see it via gparted04:14
reisionot really, no04:14
reisiopr0metheu5: you can see it form gparted from 'try ubuntu'?04:14
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pr0metheu5sorry about that04:17
pr0metheu5but as I said, I can see the hard disk via Gparted and also if I do gdisk -l /dev/sda04:17
reisiopr0metheu5: you can see it form gparted from 'try ubuntu'?04:19
pr0metheu5I have no idea why the installer won't see my hard disk if it shows up fine in Gparted or when I use gdisk in terminal ..... anyone have any ideas?04:22
reisioI have no idea why you won't answer my question04:23
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pr0metheu5reisio what was your question?04:27
pr0metheu5reisio I'm using the browser based IRC client so it's a little shoddy and I got disconnected earlier04:28
reisiopr0metheu5: you can see it form gparted from 'try ubuntu'?04:29
pr0metheu5yes, reisio04:29
reisioand during installing you see nothing?04:29
pr0metheu5reisio: yes, during installation, nothing04:30
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reisiowhat's sudo lsblk -f say?04:30
pr0metheu5it's showing sda04:30
pr0metheu5with it's partitions as well, sda1 and sda204:30
reisiobut not sdb?04:31
pr0metheu5as well as sdb which is unallocated and sdc which is recovery partition04:31
reisioyou might try using g/parted to partition it manually, then run the installer04:31
pr0metheu5aah man .. I've never manually partitioned a hard disk before04:32
reisiopr0metheu5: it's easy; sdb?04:32
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pr0metheu5reisio: apparently sdb is only 23mb of unallocated space ...04:32
reisioyou have three disks?04:32
reisioor two?04:32
pr0metheu5I believe I should have two =s but it's a sshd04:33
pr0metheu5I mean one of them is04:33
reisiopr0metheu5: ssd04:33
reisiopr0metheu5: but lsblk shows three? sda, b, c?04:33
reisioyou need to go into your bios/u/efi prefs04:33
reisioand toggle a sata pref04:33
pr0metheu5I could sign on here using my desktop04:34
pr0metheu5would you be able to tell me what exactly I should change?04:34
reisioprobably, it should be obvious04:34
pr0metheu5ok, give me one minute please04:34
pr0metheu5_hey reisio04:37
pr0metheu5_would it be under boot options?04:37
pr0metheu5_I see Legacy Boot and UEFI Boot04:38
reisioI doubt it, probably power or sata or disk or something04:38
reisiocould be, though04:38
reisionah, that shouldn't be relevant (for this issue)04:38
pr0metheu5_in advance04:38
reisioadvance sounds good04:38
pr0metheu5_there is SATA Operation04:38
pr0metheu5_and intel smart response technology is selected ...04:38
reisioand that's your problem04:39
pr0metheu5_I can change it to either ATA or AHCI04:39
reisiommm, one of those :p04:39
reisiohang on, let's see what the interweb says04:39
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pr0metheu5_AHCI is apparently newer, should I just try with that first?04:40
reisiopr0metheu5_: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=202015504:40
pr0metheu5_it says my operating system might not load if I change this setting lol04:40
reisioyou can definitely just try one04:40
reisioplease don't blame me, though04:40
Valduaregha still having troubles with bluetooth on 15.1004:40
reisiopr0metheu5_: looks like the people in the thread I linked have it all figured out, so I'd read that04:41
reisioit's only really an issue for dual boots04:41
pr0metheu5_yeah, I'm going through it now, thanks!04:41
reisioand it's only really about getting each OS to boot reliably04:41
reisioif you wanted only Ubuntu, you could just flip it to ahci or whatever, and be done04:42
reisioanyway, I think that thread'll suffice04:42
pr0metheu5_yeah, I'm gonna try what it says now04:42
reisiodon't forget to read to the end (2 pages) first04:42
reisiosometimes there's that last reply that says "lawl you could've just ran ${super tiny thing}"04:43
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OHEruHHi! I try to use many ipv6 addresses on my eth0. when i was added new address, and do /etc/init.d/networking restart I don't see new IPv6 address (...:d002) in my ifconfig. What I am doing wrong? My config: http://pastebin.com/AyVGH0pf05:16
BruzeAnybody up to help me with some weird networking issues?05:27
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jayki can't get a vhost to lost using 14.04 LTS05:38
jaykit says permission denied05:38
jayki am using the new syntax for 2.405:39
jaykbut still it isnt working05:39
jaykcan someone help?05:39
EriC^^jayk: what command are you running?05:40
jaykwhat do you mean command?05:40
jaykeverything is set up05:40
jaykbut i get 403 error forbidden05:40
EriC^^a2ensite command etc05:42
jayki wasn't using that05:42
EriC^^are the permissions correct on the root dir of the site?05:43
jayki tried it and it said my site doesn't exist05:43
jayki did a chown -R www-data.www-data /var/www05:43
jaykmy vhost is in /var/www/vhost.tld05:43
jaykit is referenced in /etc/apache2/sites-availabled and linked frmo sites-enabled05:43
vijuHi, I am going to upgrade the RAM, I wanted to know if it's okay to use 4+ GB on ubuntu 32-bit?05:45
EriC^^what about the rwx permissions?05:45
pr0metheu5Hey all05:46
pr0metheu5my SATA Storage was set to Intel Rapid storage technology05:46
pr0metheu5so the linux install wouldn't detech it05:46
pr0metheu5I have since changed it to ATA and my windows install won't work anymore, but the linux installer still won't detect a hard disk for some reason05:46
pr0metheu5any help appreciated05:47
pr0metheu5can see them fine in gparted05:47
pr0metheu5so should I just format it?05:47
jaykEriC^^: , tey are correct05:47
jayk755 for 64405:47
jaykI don't think my vhost is being included, so I must have missed a step05:48
apattersHi, I'm trying to set up a wifi hotspot with a second usb wifi adapter. I followed the directions at https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/net-wireless-adhoc.html and none of my other devices see the network. What should I do next?05:51
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magnus2we're in position on the bridge06:00
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lotuspsychjegood morning to all06:13
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oppaHello channel. Im trying to download updates only. What is the command to do so? thanks06:20
baizonoppa: sudo apt-get update, then to upgrade sudo apt-get upgrade06:21
oppathanks baizon but when i did that sudo apt-get upgrade says "Need to get 68.1 MB of archives."06:27
oppaso it did not downloaded all06:27
xanguaYes, files use space in your disk06:28
baizonoppa: that are the upgrades it will download06:28
baizonoppa: doing upgrades is recommended06:28
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oppaah ok. And to install them all?06:28
baizonoppa: yes06:29
oppahow to instal them all after they are 100% downloaded?06:30
Jordan_Uoppa: Why do you want to download and install in separate steps?06:31
oppaNo, i just want to download all and when it is 100% update all, i have a terrible connection06:32
Jordan_Uoppa: "sudo apt-get upgrade" will do that. It downloads all of the available updates then installs them.06:34
oppathat is the problem, i want to download only and be me who decide when to install them06:35
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Jordan_Uoppa: I can't find any built in way to do that. You could script a combination of parsing "apt-get upgrade"s output and feed that list of packages to "apt-get download".06:47
Jordan_Uoppa: Note that "apt-get download" downloads the packages to the current directory, and you can then use "sudo dpkg -i *.deb" within that directory, but be sure that the directory you choose to run apt-get download and dpkg from don't have any other .deb files already in them.06:49
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minas114Hello. My laptop takes a lot of time to boot, and I'm trying to understand why. Here is the output of dmesg: http://pastebin.com/Zm5KNfiu   See line 937.. It seems that it took 33 seconds to mount /sda8??06:51
adityacan u help miw with this06:51
adityamy terminal is acting weired06:51
QwertieDoes anyone know how to enable mutiny on ubuntu mate 16.04?06:52
lotuspsychjeQwertie: #ubuntu+1 for xenial issues06:52
QwertieThanks lotuspsychje06:54
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lotuspsychjeminas114: wich ubuntu version are you on?06:57
minas114lotuspsychje, 15.1006:57
lotuspsychje!info linux-image-generic06:58
ubottulinux-image-generic (source: linux-meta): Generic Linux kernel image. In component main, is optional. Version (wily), package size 2 kB, installed size 11 kB06:58
lotuspsychjeminas114: uname -a please?06:58
baizonminas114: try http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=86818906:58
minas114lotuspsychje, Linux inspiron-3543 4.4.0-040400-generic #201601101930 SMP Mon Jan 11 00:32:41 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux07:00
lotuspsychjeminas114: did you play with kernels?07:00
minas114lotuspsychje, Yes, I have updated to the latest07:00
baizonhmm 4.4? either ubuntu 16.04 or mainlane gernel07:00
lotuspsychjeminas114: any reason exactly?07:00
minas114lotuspsychje, Suspend and hibernate were not working correctly with 4.2.07:01
minas114lotuspsychje, is this the problem?07:01
lotuspsychjeminas114: can you try a boot on 4.2 kernel to see if you have also your slow boot issue?07:02
lotuspsychjeminas114: not sure if its related, but lets investigate anyway07:02
minas114lotuspsychje, Yes. Let me see if I have it installed07:02
lotuspsychjeminas114: use grub for previous kernel boot right07:03
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minas114lotuspsychje, http://pastebin.com/d64FW9ik It was faster (but it tried to do a disk check which I cancelled).07:09
lotuspsychjeminas114: if ubuntu disk checks, something isnt right...07:10
minas114lotuspsychje, by the way: every time my pc boots, it does a disk check07:10
lotuspsychjeminas114: recent hd adds?07:10
lotuspsychjeminas114: did you tweak fstab somehow?07:10
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minas114lotuspsychje, I had messed up my system 2 weeks ago (but the check was made before that as well). I had deleted /boot/efi partition by mistake, so to fix the problem I installed ubuntu again on a different partition (so that it creates the efi partition) and then removed it.07:12
Volundokay people, here's a stumper. my router's physical WAN port appears to have died. Thankfully the router is running OpenWRT, and I have this Linux box with two NICs in it. I want to setup my Linux as a NAT gateway so that it's ISP -> Linuxbox -> router/switch -> other devices. been googling stuff but the instructions haven't been working. how do I get NAT going? All I need is NAT, all other...07:12
Volund...services like DNS or DHCP are accounted for.07:12
minas114lotuspsychje, my /home is on a different partition if it makes a difference. Let me show my fstab.07:12
lotuspsychjeminas114: i think you should reainstall clean, to get things straight mate07:12
lotuspsychjeVolund: try the ##networking channel07:13
GallomimiaVolund: on ubuntu?07:13
minas114lotuspsychje, I was trying to avoid it :P but it's good my home is on another partition, I won't lose anything.07:13
Gallomimiaminas114 aw he gone07:15
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sta7icI have ubuntu installed on a 256 gb drive but its only using up like 30 GB, and i want to migrate the data to a 80 GB SSD. whats the best way to do that since im not sure if i can just use dd or if clonezilla will allow me to convert to smaller drives07:21
lotuspsychjesta7ic: not recommended mate07:22
lotuspsychjesta7ic: clean install on an ssd is highly recommended07:22
lotuspsychjesta7ic: wich ssd brand you have?07:23
baizonsta7ic: i agree with lotuspsychje, i mean its only ~30 min of work.07:25
sta7icyeah but its not my comp07:27
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sta7icso its gunna be a little tougher but ill be fine07:27
lotuspsychjesta7ic: meaning you cant...?07:27
sta7icmeaning i dont want to have to nickel and dime every setting they made so it appears to be seamless07:28
sta7icif theres no way using dd or clonezilla then ill do it by hand07:28
sta7icnot a big deal just suprised07:28
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lotuspsychjesta7ic: there are packages to backup stuff or save configs too07:29
sta7icill have to put every pic back where it was, every chrome plugin back, logins and passwds, etc, etc07:29
lotuspsychjesta7ic: convince your user of a clean system to start over07:30
alocersta7ic: i don't know but malybe rsync the whole root ?07:30
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lotuspsychjesta7ic: i would setup your mechanical hd as 2nd, then backup stuff to your main ssd from there07:30
lotuspsychjesta7ic: dont forget to change bios from IDE to AHCI also for ssd07:31
sta7icwhat are u talking bout07:31
lotuspsychjesta7ic: check your bios07:31
sta7icjust randomly guessing what i have or what i dont know already07:31
sta7ic"make sure to enable trim support for your SSD"07:32
lotuspsychjesta7ic: if you know it all already, why are you here?07:32
sta7icbecause i wanted to know if clonezilla can clonde images to smaller disks =]07:33
e66In our ubuntu server sometimes a package some-pkg can not be installed due to network issue or "no installation candidate" error.  Now if I just download the .deb and manually install it by dpkg -i some-pkg….deb, will it install same as it would have been installed by apt-get ?07:33
lotuspsychjee66: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys can help?07:33
sta7icor if i could use dd if=/dev/sda of/dev/sdb or something07:33
lotuspsychjesta7ic: i already told you, it wouldnt be recommended to do07:34
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lotuspsychjesta7ic: but its your system, there is also #clonezilla07:34
sta7icdo you have any thing to back that statement?07:34
sta7iclike i believe you,, but are u saying this based off of facts or jsut because you havent done it?07:35
lotuspsychjesta7ic: backup a system from mechanical to ssd isnt the way to go07:36
geirhamount the filesystems, copy files with rsync07:36
lotuspsychjesta7ic: you will benefit the most with a clean ubuntu install to your ssd, speed, fstab,etc07:36
sta7icgeirha: so boot into flash drive, mount /dev/sda and /dev/sdb and then just copy between the two?07:36
sta7iclotuspsychje: what facts are u basing that off of? the 256 drive is also ssd07:37
sta7icthe 256 gb drive is a semi new install07:37
geirhasta7ic: sure07:38
lotuspsychjesta7ic: you never mentioned that07:38
sta7ici didnt thnik it was relavent07:38
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sta7icgeirha: so ill make the boot partition similar in size...and then the root FS will be a lot smaller but should be fine since there isnt much on there..07:39
sta7icthe only hardware difference is the 256 GB SSD is sata 6 and the 80 GB is sata 3 but her laptop sata port is only 3gbps so shouldnt matte07:40
sta7icok thanks geirha and lotuspsychje...ill give it a shot and if it doesnt work ill resort back to clean install...thankx07:41
lotuspsychjesta7ic: make sure you got the latest firmware on your ssd, but you might already know that07:42
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Jordan_Usta7ic: Why bother with a separate /boot/ partition at all?07:43
sta7icJordan_U: now that i think about her system i installed everything under /07:44
sta7icso we should be good to go07:44
sta7icshe cant afford the 256 gb SSD drive so im just giving her an older intel SSD X-10 or whatever it is..07:44
Jordan_Usta7ic: Note also that after using rsync you'll need to edit the UUIDs in your /etc/fstab and re-install grub.07:45
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sta7icJordan_U: good point...07:45
milansince i am using ubuntu, i need to use lampserver as in xampp in windows OS, but where should i put my entire html and php file since i cant find htdocs in linux file system?07:45
lotuspsychjesta7ic: and thats the reason why clean install is recommended07:46
lotuspsychje!lamp | milan07:46
ubottumilan: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process.07:46
Jordan_Usta7ic: Also, if this machine is UEFI based then you'll need to create an EFI System Partition on the new drive as well.07:46
lotuspsychjemilan: can you find your file with the 'whereis' command?07:46
sta7iclotuspsychje: yeah believe me im all about the clean system like i said, i agree with u, but i want this to be fast and i dont want to have to go through all her sheet.07:46
milanlotuspsychje: i mean, is there also htdocs in here?07:47
sta7icJordan_U: its an older laptop07:47
sta7icbut it may be..ill check for that thx07:47
Jordan_Usta7ic: If it's bios based and the SSD uses GPT then you'll either need to create a BIOS Boot Partition or convert to an msdos partition table.07:48
lotuspsychjesta7ic: im sure there are handy browser addons to backup configs, also her /home (hidden folders) contain handy configs of stuff07:48
sta7icthats fine...i dobut drives automatically select GPT unless you ask for it07:48
sta7iclotuspsychje: who knows what she installed, I set up VMware for her, wine...and a bunch of project management stuff shes been downloading07:49
sta7ici dont want to spend my sunday going through her stuff for $0 dollars but shes a friends broke as mom so im jsut being nice07:49
lotuspsychjesta7ic: important data= backup to external always07:51
sta7ici might be able to recover her windows 5400 rpm drive so hopefully she'll want that back and my day is done..07:51
sta7iclotuspsychje: i have freenas setup with 16 TB raidz107:52
sta7icwont be an issue...07:52
sta7icill never go back to external drives again..07:52
sta7icafter seagate ST3000d001 hit me07:52
sta7icok so clean install if it looks easy, otherwise rsync and update fstab and grub...and possibly uefi07:54
sta7icthx guys...07:54
lotuspsychjemilan: maybe the #ubuntu-server guys might know more of this07:55
apattersbuffer 107:57
spitziHello. Is there still no GUI way to enable hibernation?08:00
spitziIn Ubuntu 14.0408:00
gabrielAtheosAnyone got any advice involving potentially bad ram08:03
lotuspsychjegabrielAtheos: maybe the ##hardware guys can assist you on that?08:05
Fudgeanyone have the package name or wiki to fix a ntldr, think its boot loader for windows from ubuntu.08:07
gabrielAtheoslotuspsychje: thank you!08:09
lotuspsychjeFudge: ntldr is missing, you get when a windows is corrupt, better ask in ##windows howto reinstall08:09
Fudgelotuspsychje:  i thought there was ubuntu software to assist, maybe im thinking of resetting passwords only08:10
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lotuspsychjeFudge: whats your endgoal exactly? you have dualboot or so?08:10
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Fudgelotuspsychje:  a mate, using windows. think i might just install ubuntu an d he can dual boot, grub will fix all and grub-0customizer can use windows as first boot08:28
Fudgei mean grub-set-default08:29
lotuspsychjeFudge: if you have ntldr missing, not sure you will be able to fix08:30
Fudgeits the boot loader i thought08:30
auronandaceFudge: grub doesn't actually load windows, it chainloads the bootloader for windows (ntldr)08:31
Shoggothunder trusty I could disbale (or repurpose) ctrl-alt-del by editing /etc/init/control-alt-delete.conf…. this seems to have disappeared in later distro’s … what is thre replacement mechanism?08:35
auronandace!systemd | Shoggoth08:35
ubottuShoggoth: systemd is the default init system for Ubuntu 15.04 onwards. For information on transitioning from upstart to systemd, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SystemdForUpstartUsers08:36
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JyZyXELis there a program for linux that fills a hard drive from a seeded random number generator and then reads it all back and confirms it got the same result?08:51
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dorelyofreetuxtv keeps crushing after syncing channels. Anyone can help?09:03
Jordan_UJyZyXEL: badblocks09:04
JyZyXELJordan_U: it only does a static pattern09:05
Jordan_UJyZyXEL: From "man badblocks": The test_pattern may either be a numeric value between 0 and ULONG_MAX-1 inclusive, or the word "random", which specifies that the block should be filled with a random bit pattern.09:06
JyZyXELi want it filled with something meaningful like pi or prime numbers09:06
dorelyofreetuxtv keeps crushing after syncing channels. Anyone can help?09:07
JyZyXELJordan_U: its only static09:07
Jordan_UJyZyXEL: I'm guessing that it's not seeded but rather just checked block by block, but I don't see any advantage to a seeded solution.09:07
JyZyXELJordan_U: well the broken hard drive passes standard badblocks with flying colors09:07
phenomenonHi, I have a Asus F302LA and I have tried the normal fixes for brightness buttons and brightness at max when restarting. And touchpad not working after suspend. Are there any other distro I could use? Or are there any other ways to make it work?09:07
JyZyXELwhich is to be expected09:08
Jordan_UJyZyXEL: Is there something from the manual page that leads you to expect that their "random" chooses one short random pattern and uses it for every block it checks rather than generating a new random pattern for every block?09:08
JyZyXELJordan_U: i read the source09:08
JyZyXELit is very outdated and badly made09:09
JyZyXELwhich is why i have silent data corruption in the first place09:09
Jordan_UJyZyXEL: Are you expecting that your drive is doing inline dedup/compression?09:09
JyZyXELbecause badblocks was a inadequate pre-burn tool09:09
JyZyXELJordan_U: well im expecting it to silently data corrupt just like it did in my raid6 array09:10
JyZyXELprobably some subtle firmware issue on the drive09:10
JunkHunkhello I am tryig to use a ps4 headset with ubuntu it is a turtlebeach stealth 400. I can hear sound from system and all running aplications but the mic is not detected by the system. the point is I need the mic because this headset has an Auto shut-down feature that only resets when some sound is captured with the microphone09:10
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JyZyXELbadblocks isn't advanced enough to detect it though09:11
dorelyoI keep getting this message after adding a repository09:11
dorelyoW: Failed to fetch http://ppa.launchpad.net/venerix/pkg/ubuntu/dists/wily/main/binary-amd64/Packages  404  Not Found09:11
dorelyoE: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.09:11
Jordan_Udorelyo: Sounds like that ppa may have been discontinued or doesn't have any wily packages.09:12
dorelyoJordan_U: so how can I fix it?09:12
Jordan_Udorelyo: What is that ppa for? Why did you add it? If you no longer need it, then remove the ppa with "ppa-purge".09:13
dorelyoJordan_U: I need that ppa to install a package09:13
dorelyoand I cannot install it without the ppa09:14
Jordan_Udorelyo: https://launchpad.net/~venerix/+archive/ubuntu/pkg states that that ppa doesn't support 15.10, so you're already out of luck there.09:14
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dorelyoJordan_U: so what is the command to remove ppa:venerix/pkg? :D09:15
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pukeko_2anyone know much about dell servers PERC 5/i ?09:16
cfhowlettpukeko_2, ubuntu support, only pukeko_2 ...09:17
pukeko_2that's cool is there still an ubuntu server chan ?09:18
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cfhowlett!server | pukeko_2 enjoy ...09:18
Jordan_Udorelyo: sudo ppa-purge ppa:venerix/pkg #Note that this should also remove any packages you installed from this ppa previously, but may not if you have upgraded since installing them09:19
pukeko_2sweet I had underscore  - thanks09:19
dorelyoJordan_U: Didn;t work, I had to use sudo add-apt-repository --remove09:21
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ubottupukeko_2 enjoy ...: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is !Trusty (Trusty Tahr 14.04) - More info: http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition - Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide - Support in #ubuntu-server09:24
bazhang!info freetuxtv09:25
ubottufreetuxtv (source: freetuxtv): Internet television and radio player. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6.6~dfsg1-1 (wily), package size 245 kB, installed size 1205 kB09:25
Jordan_Udorelyo: Note that you already weren't getting updates, including security fixes, for the packages from that ppa.09:29
jpmhwhy does: echo b |grep -is -f temp.lst    - return b IF there is an empty line and ONLY an empty line in the file temp.lst.  If the file is empty, then I get nothing, as expected?09:34
daxbecause an empty pattern matches everything09:35
dax(because every line contains the empty string)09:36
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Jordan_Ujpmh: "Obtain patterns from FILE, one per line.  The empty file contains zero patterns, and therefore matches nothing." (from "man grep")09:37
daxthat answers the bit they already expected :P09:38
jpmhJordan U, yes, I agree te problem is that I am asking why does it return the pattern when I call it with a file that is not empty but has one empty line09:38
dorelyohow can I find the config file for an app (eg radiotray)?09:38
Jordan_Ujpmh: dax answered that above.09:39
jpmhJordan U, it works as I expected and you explain on the empty file, it is when the file contains an empty line, actually even if other lines are legit09:39
daxempty lines match everything09:39
daxbecause empty line = zero-length pattern = empty string = a subset of every string09:40
jpmhdax, but my patter is NOT empty, this is what I am missing09:40
Jordan_Ujpmh: echo b | grep "" # You'll see that this also matches and prints "b"09:40
dax"pattern" refers to the regex, not to your input09:41
jpmhdax, but surely the echoed b is the patter OR regEX - this is what I am not understanding here.  And that does not match an emoty line09:41
daxecho input | grep pattern09:42
daxthe input is "b", it's matched against the pattern "". "" is present in every string, so it's present in "b", so "b" is output09:42
jpmhdax, I do not understand your last comment, please explain09:42
Jordan_Ujpmh: Do you understand why the following command *does* print "b"? : echo b | grep ""09:42
jpmhdax, I mean the one pvreious to your last, they crossed09:43
daxjpmh: in the commands you have been giving, "b" is not what it is searching FOR, it's what it is searching09:43
daxthe contents of temp.lst are a set of patterns, one per line, that it is searching FOR09:43
daxso, if temp.lst contains a blank line, it searches "b" for the empty string, which it finds09:44
jpmhdax, ty, that was what I was missing here09:44
drac0666Sometimes when im shuting down my PC it hangs on Shutdown logo and i have to manualy press poweroff button on my PC. Can someone help me fix it?09:44
Jordan_Ujpmh: grep pattern filename #Will search for the given pattern in the given file09:44
jpmhdax, just so I am certain here, you are saying that it is looking for each line of my file, temp.lst to see if it matches the "b", right?09:45
jpmhJordan, so how do I use grep to search through the file with the pattern that I am searching for comming from srdin?09:45
Jordan_Ujpmh: What is your end goal in doing that?09:46
mharrisjpmh: grep 'pattern' file.txt09:46
jpmhJordan, I need to use this in a procmail recipe and so the pattern that I want to search for, in the file, comes from the execution of formail09:46
jpmhmharris, got it, ty09:47
mharrisjpmh: the pattern comes from formail?09:47
jpmhguys, I thank you all so much.  This is why this room is so great09:47
jpmhmharris, yes it will09:47
daxjpmh: echo pattern | grep -f - filetosearch09:47
daxjpmh: the -f - means "the file to read patterns from is stdin"09:48
jpmhdax, that works well too.  Thank you09:48
drac0666Sometimes when im shuting down my PC it hangs on Shutdown logo and i have to manualy press poweroff button on my PC. Can someone help me fix it?09:48
Jordan_Ujpmh: I personally think that it would be more clear, and easier to debug, to use something like the following: pattern="$(some procmail command)"; grep "$pattern" filename09:50
jpmhJordan U, that too makes sense09:51
Jordan_Ujpmh: That will only get you one pattern though. If you really want to have multiple patterns, one per line (it sounds like you don't) then the "-f -" solution is better.09:51
Jordan_U!tab | jpmh09:52
ubottujpmh: You can use your <tab> key for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.09:52
jpmhJordan U, I agree, I am liking the -f -f solution and testing that right now09:52
nizari found a bug!!!09:53
jpmhdax, jordan u and mharris - thank you all so much - I get it now - makes a lot of sense, now09:56
Jordan_Ujpmh: You're welcome.09:56
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drac0666Sometimes when im shuting down my PC it hangs on Shutdown logo and i have to manualy press poweroff button on my PC. Can someone help me fix it?10:06
djr013how do I enable long package descriptions in aptitude? presumably they're no longer downloaded by default, but they seem to work with apt-cache show10:08
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ren0v0Hi, how can i switch a window to another screen from keyboard? i used to do it with alt+tab i thing, but i've just reinstalled and forgot how i did that :D10:17
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drac0666When i turn off my PC it hangs ot "System halted" as last info in terminal but doesnt turn off power how i can fix it?10:22
djr013drac0666: I don't know any answers to that myself but if you're searching online, "acpi" might be a helpful additional search phrase10:24
mrb101Hey. I have a really weird problem.. As i can't open facebook.com nor youtube.com for some reason. I am using Google DNS and i tried OpenDNS the same problem persist. I managed to open m.facebook.com though. All other websites works normal. Any suggestions ?10:26
drac0666djr013, it worked for few days now it stops10:26
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jpmhmrb101 have you tried a dig facebook.com?10:35
jpmhmrb101 also have you been able to access other sites that switch to https, as those two do?10:36
mrb101hmm. can't access it with https no10:37
mrb101jpmh, and i can even ping normally10:39
jpmhmrb101, so you can not access any site that uses https?10:39
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mrb101jpmh, I can't access all websites using Https or Http. Only 2 websites i can't access are youtube and facebook10:40
mrb101sorry i can access All website except of facebook and youtube10:40
mrb101i have managed to access the mobile version of facebook at m.facebook.com10:41
mrb101The same problem is on any Android phone on the same network as well10:41
mrb101my friends using windows desktops are able to access them normally10:42
jpmhmrb, so the network is blocking them, use a vpn or TOR, or something of the type10:42
mrb101Yeah i believe the router have some weird settings. But i was wondering how come Windows based devices can actually access it10:44
djr013mrb101: have you tried disabling ipv6?10:45
mrb101djr013,  i did in about:config in firefox. yes10:45
Jordan_Umrb101: You were asked earlier but didn't give a clear answer, are there any https sites that you *can* access?10:46
mrb101Jordan_U, Yes, Google10:46
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hiexposounds like a user prob to me10:48
mrb101and thats dig facebook result http://pastebin.com/PZGhhA9S10:48
Jordan_Umrb101: What error message do you get from your browser when you try to access http://youtube.com ?10:48
tete_hi, can someone tell me if i need a /boot partition when using UEFI? i created a efi boot partition (200mb) and now i am wondering how this should work when i use a software-raid 6 and system encryption with luks10:48
jushurmrb101: you have restarted your router?10:49
tete_because .. where is the kernel located if no /boot partition is created - so i guess i need it, but i am not 100% sure because i read somewhere all files are stored inside the efi boot partition to boot?10:49
jushurtete_: if you made no partition for /boot its on / as the "dir" /boot10:50
tete_jushur, thats the point. do i need /boot when using UEFI and mdraid and luks?10:50
hiexpotete_,  /dir10:51
bishopsHas anyone noticed the libreoffice gtk3 theme has a few problems?10:51
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hiexpobishops, what problems?10:52
tete_hiexpo ?10:52
tete_jushur i know, but what is when using mdraid and luks, is the kernel stored inside the efi boot partition? i dont think so ..?10:52
bishopshiexpo: it give a black theme for the toolbars and one has to use highcontrast icons. and the scroll up and down is a bit buggy10:52
hiexpobishops, i will have to check that out10:53
bishopshiexpo: thanks, i'm using ubuntu 15.1010:54
djr013tete_: you'll need something to boot from if your root partition is encrypted, yes10:54
tete_djr013, thanks, thats what i thought10:54
hiexpookay bishops10:54
djr013I'm not sure if 200 MB will be enough though, make sure you double check that10:54
Jordan_Utete_: Some distributions mount the EFI System Partition to /boot/ instead of /boot/efi/ but Ubuntu's default, and upstream grub's recommendation, is to have the ESP mounted to /boot/efi/. So for a LUKS encrypted root, I would strongly recommend both an EFI System Partition and a separate /boot/ partition.10:55
djr013Ubuntu tends to accumulate kernel versions, keeping old versions in case of bugs10:55
tete_djr013, recommendation from ubuntu is 200mb10:56
tete_required: 100mb, recommended: 200mb - but windows uses a lot more10:56
tete_Size: minimum 100Mib. 200MiB recommended.10:56
tete_should i use 300? or even more?10:56
Jordan_Utete_: 200 Mib is fine for an ESP, but I would recommend 1 GiB for /boot/ unless you're particularly low on disk space.10:58
djr013tete_: /boot/efi partitions can be pretty small, but /boot partitions are larger10:58
tete_i know, i would use 1gb for /boot because of different kernel versions during updates etc.10:58
Lenclby default, can regular users do System V IPC?10:58
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tete_thanks for the help :)10:58
tete_one last question: should the esp also be raid'ed ? or should i create this on each disk outside of the raid array?11:02
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Jordan_Utete_: It cannot be RAIDed because it needs to be read by the boot firmware. You could create an ESP on each drive but honestly right now there's no standard way to keep redundant ESPs and it's a pain to keep it redundant manually.11:04
drac0666My system hangs on "reboot: system halted" and doesnt wont to turn off - i have tryed acpi=off and acpi=force in /etc/default/grub. Any ideas?11:04
tete_Jordan_U, so installing the ESP on each drive and if one fails, rebuild the array and install the ESP manually?11:05
moonlitvhi all new to weechat can anyone direct me to a newbie guide ?11:06
cfhowlett!manual | moonlitv11:06
ubottumoonlitv: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/11:06
moonlitvthank you11:07
cfhowlett!fcm | moonlitv11:07
Jordan_Utete_: The problem is that you need a UEFI boot entry for each ESP, so you would need to use efibootmgr manually (or write your own script to do it automatically).11:07
tete_ok, i will read the man about efibootmgr, guess thats not such a big thing11:08
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ubottumoonlitv: fcm is THE Ubuntu Community Magazine - find it at www.fullcirclemagazine.org, or #fullcirclemagazine11:08
ubottuThe Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/11:08
Jordan_Utete_: Alternately, you could run "sudo grub-install --removable" and then simply rsync the contents of your primary /boot/efi/ to the other ESPs (because --removable uses the default paths for removable media, so that no UEFI Boot Entry is needed).11:09
Jordan_Utete_: Either way, you'll need to do this every time there is a grub upgrade.11:09
tete_why do i have to do this after each grup upgrade?11:10
Jordan_Utete_: Because each time grub is upgraded the package will re-run grub-install, but that will only update the one ESP that is mounted to /boot/efi/.11:11
tete_hm ok, thats confusing because the installer installed grub to all devices (last time i installed...) - but that was the mini.iso for 16.0411:12
tete_but i guess i can write a small script which does that11:12
tete_and i was using bios boot... ok i will check that, thanks for the info11:12
Jordan_Utete_: grub-pc, for BIOS Based Systems, allows you to specify any number of install devices where grub's boot sector can be installed. grub-efi has no such option.11:13
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Jordan_Utete_: And to be clear, it's ubuntu's packaging for the package called "grub-pc" that handles the multiple drives, by calling grub-install multiple times.11:14
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ren0v0Hi, how can i switch a window to another screen from keyboard? i used to do it with alt+tab i thing, but i've just reinstalled and forgot how i did that :D11:20
lotuspsychje!hotkeys | ren0v0 can this help?11:22
ubotturen0v0 can this help?: Keyboard shortcuts can be set in System -> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts. If your multimedia keys don't work with that, try the 'keytouch' package, explained at http://keytouch.sourceforge.net/ - See !Keyboard for changing layouts. A list of keyboard shortcuts for Unity is available at http://ubottu.com/y/shortcuts11:22
ren0v0lotuspsychje, i don't think so, i didn't see anything there about moving window to another screen, do you know where it is ?11:22
ren0v0and lotuspsychje offtopic to that question, i think you linked me to the daily build the other day and we wondered why standard ubuntu wasn't build as an image release. Turns out that daily build was MATE!! wtf?11:23
lotuspsychjeren0v0: ?11:24
ren0v0maybe i got nicks messed up, was in ubuntu+1 yesterday, ignore what i said if it wasn't you :D11:25
Tin_manren0v0 try this link11:27
sailendrahello there11:29
ren0v0Tin_man, yea it was something like that, but it doesn't work now..11:29
Tin_manhmmm, don't know then..11:30
sailendrai am using ubuntu 15.10 the probelm is when ever i run any application my cpu usage goes to 95-100% and cpu fan is too much noisy11:30
Tin_manworks on mine11:31
Tin_mani'm on mate right now though11:31
sailendrais there any solution for this i have tried many solution found on internet but none of them works correctly11:31
phenomenonHi, I have a Asus F302LA (intel graphics) and I have tried the normal fixes for brightness buttons and brightness at max when restarting. And touchpad not working after suspend. I'm running Ubuntu atm. Is there any patch or anything else i can try? Maybe 15.10?11:31
madjoewhen I set my cron with "sudo crontab -e" on a daily basis (say at midnight) - will it act as anacrontab (in case the computer was off, will it trigger on the next boot?)11:33
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j4sonphenomenon: I added 'acpi_osi=' to my GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT which fixed at least the button issues, not sure on the touchpad11:36
phenomenonj4son, I have tried that. Did not make it work.11:37
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phenomenonI have done a update on bios as well11:38
lotuspsychjephenomenon: try a tail -f /var/log/syslog and hibernate/come back maybe it will spit out some usefull errors11:41
lotuspsychje!cron | madjoe11:42
ubottumadjoe: cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto11:42
phenomenonlotuspsychje, thanks, ill try that11:43
mjoelnerWhat is the command to send a new temp password to your email?11:46
lotuspsychjemjoelner: join #freenode please mate11:47
Myrttimjoelner: sendpass11:47
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mas886Help, I deleted python and now I can't open .deb files.11:54
lotuspsychjemas886: ubuntu version?11:55
lotuspsychjemas886: wich python did you install?11:57
Tin_manmas886 might take a look at this link11:58
mas886I uninstalled it though software center.11:58
Tin_manjust reinstall it11:59
lotuspsychjemas886: can you still rightmouse click your .deb file and 'open with software center'11:59
mas886I can't find it in the program list12:00
mas886it's weird.12:00
lotuspsychjemas886: sudo apt-get install python12:01
mas886Already installed.12:01
mas886I reinstalled it though software center.12:01
Tin_mancase closed :)12:02
mas886Case closed no.12:02
mas886I still can't open a deb file.12:02
Tin_mani'm outta here. good luck..12:02
mas886Really? anything?12:04
mjoelnerGreat you cant send to freenode unless you are identified, thats great when you forgot your pw and asked about it!12:04
mjoelnerwant to ask about it12:04
lotuspsychje!patience | mas88612:05
ubottumas886: 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/12:05
phenomenonlotuspsychje, im not really sure what im looking for atm. Should it spell out "ERROR!"? Im guessing not =) One thing that caught my eye was stuff like this: ehci-pci 0000:00:1d.0: System wakeup disabled by ACPI12:06
lotuspsychjephenomenon: yeah acpi errors like that12:07
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QuantosHey guys, my internal HDD keeps powering down and going to sleep12:10
QuantosI've been looking for a way to keep it going, but no go12:10
Quantos14.10 even12:10
lotuspsychjeQuantos: 14.10 is end of life12:11
phenomenonlotuspsychje, then i have: ehci-pci 0000:00:1d.0: System wakeup disabled by ACPI | pcieport 0000:00:1c.2: System wakeup disabled by ACPI | xhci_hcd 0000:00:14.0: System wakeup disabled by ACPI | rtc_cmos 00:04: System wakeup disabled by ACPI | A few lines of this: xhci_hcd 0000:00:14.0: xHCI xhci_drop_endpoint called with disabled ep ffff8800b36d020012:12
phenomenoni might have missed some12:12
lotuspsychjephenomenon: doublechecked bios settings?12:13
QuantosI don't care that it's EOL, I want my internal SATA HDD to work12:13
phenomenonWhat should I check for? Is there a powersave setting that I should prefer?12:14
lotuspsychjeQuantos: we cant help on eol versions12:14
QuantosIt just dawned on me, I think I have the version wrong12:14
QuantosHow do I double check it?12:14
* Quantos has just woken up12:14
lotuspsychjeQuantos: lsb_release -a12:14
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lotuspsychjephenomenon: you can ask the ##hardware guys about acpi bios settings12:16
phenomenonlotuspsychje, thanks, ill do that =)12:16
error_posso chiedere una cosa?12:16
lotuspsychje!it | error_12:16
ubottuerror_: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)12:16
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error_Can I ask one thing?12:16
error_I know also English lol12:17
lotuspsychjeerror_: if its about ubuntu, sure12:17
phenomenonlotuspsychje, i cant send message in that channel.12:17
error_then, I wanted use nmap12:17
lotuspsychje!register | phenomenon12:17
ubottuphenomenon: 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 #freenode12:17
error_but the terminal say me that i must be root12:17
lotuspsychjeerror_: wich ubuntu version are you on?12:18
phenomenonThanks =)12:18
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error_the last version12:18
error_how to i exit from full screen with hexchat?12:18
bekkserror_: And which is that?12:18
lotuspsychjeerror_: you dont need to be root for using nmap12:18
error_but i12:18
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error_2 secondi12:18
error_error@errror:~$ nmap -sS -O
error_You requested a scan type which requires root privileges.12:19
lotuspsychje!sudo | error_12:19
ubottuerror_: 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/fixsudo12:19
scalperi want to add a configuration but i have no /etc/apache2/conf.d/ directory12:19
scalperi have inside my howto a step to add /etc/apache2/conf.d/ruby.conf12:20
scalperwhat dir i need to place it in? i have ubuntu12:20
lotuspsychjescaldwel_: maybe the ##httpd guys might know?12:20
scalperapache2.conf is in /etc/apache2/12:20
lotuspsychjescalper: ^12:20
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scalperlotuspsychje: iḿ already there but they don't answer12:21
BluesKajHowdy folks12:26
shubbartrying to compile webcam driver but getting error  fatal error: media/video-buf.h: No such file or directory12:41
shubbarwhat am i missing?12:41
bekksshubbar: Thats just a single line, from whatever you are doing there. Can you please pastebin the entire out, along with the ubuntu version you are using, and along with naming your hardware  which you are trying to compile something for.12:43
arashthis new version is awesome12:47
arashI have 1 question though, does skype work now?12:48
k1l_arash: skype is in the partner repo12:48
bekksarash: How does that help you solving an actual issue? :)12:48
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k1l_!skype | arash12:48
ubottuarash: To install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto - Please use open protocols instead if you can, see !Ekiga12:48
arashk1l_ I was just curious, there were news about skype problems all over the net12:49
k1l_arash: and if skype doesnt work please report to microsoft then. because its closed source from microsoft there is nothing ubuntu/linux can do12:49
akikarash: the problem is microsoft not updating it12:49
k1l_arash: just test it if it works for you. i dont use skype.12:50
arashI know12:50
arashthanks guys12:50
arashare there any open-source alternatives?12:50
arashto call from pc to land/mobile lines?12:50
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apattersI use Skype daily on Ubuntu and haven't had any problems yet.12:56
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ddybingHi. May I ask questions about Ubuntu Server here?13:02
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MonkeyDustddybing  let's hear it, in one line ... but there's also #ubuntu-server13:06
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Winowa2hi anyone around13:24
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MonkeyDustWinowa2  type /names13:25
Winowa2Cool haha13:25
dracnocYes, just about ...13:25
Winowa2i am kind of a pinch . What i did was uopgraded my Nvidia Driver on ubunutu, i was then stuck in a login page loop. Where even the passowrd is correct i would return to the log in page13:26
Winowa2I read around its most likely that the Xorg failed13:26
Winowa2so i messed around and mistakenly edited something with light dm13:26
Winowa2now i no longer have a gui only comamnd line left13:26
Winowa2i tried to purge light dm fully and reisntalled but i cant13:27
phenomenonNow I have tried to do the 10_touchpad fix (case "${1}" in ...and so on) with my touchpad but it didn't work. I've been to #hardware but no solution there.13:28
phenomenon..after suspend13:28
phenomenonAny more tips?13:28
MonkeyDustphenomenon  start from the beginning, ubuntu version, what goes wrong etc13:29
phenomenonMonkeyDust, Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. Touchpad not working after suspend.13:30
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phenomenonAsus F302La13:30
SumTingWong1the steam client and all my steam games freezes every 2 seconds? :O13:30
SumTingWong1pls halp13:31
Team24Northhi @ll13:31
phenomenonI have tried the script thing with 10_touchpad, adding atkbd.reset to grub. Checked power save settings in bios. Updated bios.13:32
Team24North HexChat: 2.9.6 ** OS: Linux 4.2.0-30-generic x86_64 ** Distro: Debian jessie/sid ** CPU: 4 x Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4010U CPU @ 1.70GHz (GenuineIntel) @ 1,70GHz ** RAM: Physical: 3,6GB, 65,7% free ** Disk: Total: 454,7GB, 93,1% free ** VGA: Intel Corporation Haswell-ULT Integrated Graphics Controller ** Sound: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel HDMI1: HDA-Intel - HDA Intel PCH ** Ethernet: 645 NetXtreme BCM57786 Gigabit13:33
Team24NorthEthernet PCIe ** Uptime: 10h 41m 42s **13:33
phenomenonMonkeyDust, any suggestions ?13:35
dracnocUm... Hello :)13:40
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phenomenonFilename in the sleep.d folder, 0000trackpad or 10_touchpad ?13:41
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MrDoctorIs a reboot necessary after disabling apparmor?13:41
phenomenonganna try some other stuff out. bbl13:43
ioanmhi guys13:43
ioanmi need help, in libreoffice I see artifacts in the edit->preferences and in the toolbar13:44
CoolRabbitMrDoctor, yes ... as it is kernel implemented13:44
ioanmit is not the graphics card13:44
MrDoctorOh, okay CoolRabbit.13:44
CoolRabbitioanm, upgrade to a newer LibO13:44
CoolRabbitioanm, 4.2 is ancient13:44
ioanmand this issue appeared in ubuntu 14.04.4 and wasn't in .313:45
ioanmCoolRabbit: i like to use LTS :)13:45
CoolRabbitI use 14.04 in LTS but run the 5.0 LibO ppa ... works like a charm13:45
ioanmCoolRabbit: and does the main repo have an update planned?13:46
CoolRabbitioanm, look for LibreOffice 5-0 ppa in google13:46
CoolRabbitioanm, for LTS ? not that I am aware of ... you'll have to wait for the 16.04 update13:46
ioanmCoolRabbit: when does that come?13:47
ioanmsoon i hope13:47
ioanmwhat about willy?13:47
ioanm2 months!13:48
CoolRabbitioanm, LibO 5.0 is in the 5ersion now 5.0.5 version now ... very stable and conservative.13:50
ioanmCoolRabbit: thank you13:51
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CoolRabbitioanm, ;)13:56
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ioanmbut I think i'll stay with the OS i'm right now on :)13:57
smashlinkI'm having trouble trying to install two packages that depend on different versions of another package. Anyone knows what solution there is to this? I couldn't find information about this online. (specifically, it's the packages libboost-locale1.54-dev and libboost-filesystem1.54-dev that depend on libboost1.54-dev=1.54.0-4ubuntu3 and libboost1.54-dev=1.54.0-4ubuntu3.1 respectively)13:58
CoolRabbitsmashlink, just do a apt install libboost-locale.54.dev libboost-filesystem1.54-dev and let the apt program sor t it out14:00
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SilencedPutting my laptop to suspend mode , shuts it down these days. What would be the problem ? . OS: Ubuntu 15.1014:10
smashlinkCoolRabbit, I have tried but it will keep on saying the -locale one has unmet dependencies (I installed the -filesystem one previously specifying the version)14:11
lotuspsychjeSilenced: check your syslog or dmesg, might spit out some acpi issues14:12
phenomenonHardware: Asus F302La, intel graphic, i5, 8GB ram. Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. After suspend touchpad is gone, not in devices. Any tips? I have tried adding 10_touchpad and 0000trackpad with two diffrent scrips. Made them executable. I have tried adding stuff (on page on the net had it as an solution from 2009) to the grub. Ive been to #hardware and talked to them.14:14
phenomenonBuild my own kernal?14:15
CoolRabbitphenomenon, why?14:16
lotuspsychjephenomenon: try several ubuntu versions first14:16
phenomenonlotuspsychje, like the 15 one? or older ones?14:17
smashlinkCoolRabbit, I have tried but it will keep on saying the -locale one has unmet dependencies (I installed the -filesystem one previously specifying the version)14:17
phenomenonCoolRabbit, cant get the stuff working...14:17
lotuspsychjephenomenon: yeah you can try 15.10 and 16.04 daily image, to see if acpi issues are persistent there also14:17
CoolRabbitsmashlink, uninstall -flesystem and try again14:17
lotuspsychjephenomenon: if they are, file a new bug14:17
lotuspsychje!bug | phenomenon14:18
ubottuphenomenon: 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.14:18
smashlinkStill the same14:18
phenomenonlotuspsychje,  thanks. Ill try it and if its the same with them ill file a bug report.14:18
C0r3I have downloaded the ubuntu gnome image from the official download link, but then I'm facing installation error when I tried installing it using both CDROM and bootable USB.14:20
lotuspsychjeC0r3: wich ubuntu version are you on right now?14:20
CoolRabbitC0r3, whats the error?14:20
C0r3Input Output error14:20
C0r3lotuspsychje: I downloaded Ubuntu 14.04.3 iso image. And I'm using Ubuntu 15.10 unity14:21
lotuspsychjeC0r3: can you tail -f /var/log/syslog and plugin usb in and pastebin us the output after?14:21
C0r3And yes, I also lost all my data too. Is there any way that I can get my data back?? I lost my partitions too.14:22
lotuspsychjeC0r3: if the hardware isnt broken, data recover can be possible14:23
lotuspsychje!info testdisk | C0r3 sudo photorec after install14:23
C0r3lotuspsychje: I can provide you the syslog. I formatted the bootable usb and installed 15.10 back again.14:23
ubottuC0r3 sudo photorec after install: testdisk (source: testdisk): Partition scanner and disk recovery tool, and PhotoRec file recovery tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 6.14-3build2 (wily), package size 343 kB, installed size 1382 kB14:23
C0r3lotuspsychje: I was looking at gddrescue. How about it?14:24
C0r3This is the second time I came across 'Installation Failed' error while installing ubuntu. Once with Kubuntu and now with Ubuntu GNOME. Is there a specific reason why this occurs??14:25
CoolRabbitC0r3, maybe some component conflict?14:25
lotuspsychjeC0r3: we need to findout if your usb is still good first, and logs14:25
CoolRabbitC0r3, did the PhotoRec and got lots of files back ... next time partition your /home in a new partition.14:26
vincent42hi all, is it me or , when I have several X session and I switch between them, all processes of previous sessions are paused ?14:26
vincent42for example; I ajhve clementine playing music, it pauses when I switch to another X session14:26
C0r3lotuspsychje: I tried with writing ISO to a disk (CD ROM)14:26
lotuspsychjeCoolRabbit: +114:26
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CoolRabbitvincent42, are you sure you are changing sessions and not Workspaces?14:27
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vincent42CoolRabbit: err, I mea, xorg session14:29
C0r3CoolRabbit: Actually, I have 4 partitions. One is a primary partition, sda2 and sda3 is 190GiB and 210GiB drives which are NOT auto mounted and the final is for swap. When I tried installing Ubuntu GNOME I lost all my partitions and it left me with just 2 partitions, one was primary and another was swap. So, I re-partitioned everything and installed 15.10 back.14:29
vincent42changing VT14:29
CoolRabbitvincent42, never repartition... just install on the existing partitions and put the new / folder on top of the old ones14:30
smashlinkAny other ideas of how to deal with packages requiring two different versions of the same package?14:31
CoolRabbitvincent42, I have never formatted my /home drive for more than 10 years14:31
CoolRabbitsmashlink, file a bug on the package that does NOT accept the newer versions of dependencies.14:32
lotuspsychje!pinning | smashlink14:32
ubottusmashlink: pinning is an advanced feature that APT can use to prefer particular packages over others. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto14:32
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vincent42CoolRabbit: I'm not C0r314:32
vincent42anyway; nobody noticed that Steam (for games) or clementine got paused when they change VT ?14:33
CoolRabbitvincent42, sorry;)14:33
vincent42that(s really weird14:33
vincent42didn't use to be like this14:33
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tflgen2hi, has anyone else tried to use cpu model = host-passthrough using libvirt and virt-manager on a ubuntu host?14:37
C0r3CoolRabbit: Okay... I was confused!! :P14:37
C0r3CoolRabbit: Actually, I never meant to format the other partitions. I tried installing GNOME several times and in one try I ended up selecting the option "Erase Ubuntu 15.10 and Install Ubuntu GNOME 14.04". And I lost my partitions/data.14:39
CoolRabbitC0r3, there is a differene in losing your partitions and the data in them...14:40
CoolRabbitif you did install OVER the data it maybe lost14:40
CoolRabbitPhotoRec will try to help find hat lost data ... I use to use it with a external USB running SystemRestoe14:41
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C0r3CoolRabbit: I repartitioned it after it messed my partitions. Can I get my data back?14:42
CoolRabbitC0r3, should try ...14:43
CoolRabbitsee you guys !!14:43
milkshakehello i just wonder how to type # this character in us keyboard.i am using this keyboard newly.so i need help14:46
milkshakeI am using ubuntu-mate14:46
milkshakeI tried shift314:46
milkshakebut it gave me £14:47
C0r3What keyboard you are using??14:48
muzamilhi everyone14:48
adrian_1908milkshake: doesn't the US keyboard have it on the 3, i.e. SHIFT-3 ?14:48
milkshakeit says English-English(US)14:48
C0r3milkshake: Go to settings and see the 'Text Entry' in 'Keyboard'.14:50
adrian_1908C0r3: Where the keyboard is from doesn't matter so long the layout is set correctly in software, right? I.e. it could be an French keyboard but if the setting in the OS is en_US, the keys should behave as such?14:53
C0r3adrian_1908: Exactly!14:54
C0r3I was asking the layout!14:54
C0r3adrian_1908: I was actually asking him to have a look at the 'Keyboard Layout Chart'.14:55
adrian_1908Yeah I see, I was just asking in general for future reference.14:55
madjoeHi! I was just locked out from my login screen rejecting my password after a wakeup from a suspend.15:01
phenomenonlotuspsychje, im back in 15.10 now, full install. Same problem with the touchpad. What should I try first before doing the bug report? Go trough all the fixes again?15:01
madjoecould someone check the default ownership of "/etc/gshadow-" and "/etc/hadow-" please? Thanks!15:02
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ouroumov_It's root, madjoe15:03
madjoeI've got root:root and I suspect it should be root:shadow15:03
ouroumov_No it's root:root15:03
lotuspsychjephenomenon: no, file the bug togheter with your syslog,dmesg and the full story15:03
lotuspsychjephenomenon: mentioning you experience this on several ubuntu versions15:03
oneindelijkmadjoe: Ik vae root:shadow15:03
SohamGHey guys, I tried ubuntu through the live iso on an old laptop(2.0Ghz celeron, 1GB RAM, GeForce 7400m graphics), and it was very slow. WinXP runs perfectly on the laptop. Will ubuntu be as slow if I install it as it was in the live usb?15:04
madjoeouroumov_: did you try to suspend your Ubuntu and login back again?15:04
madjoeoneindelijk: hmmm... what's the default then?15:04
oneindelijkSohamG: It will be faster when run from HD15:04
ouroumov_madjoe, no and I won't. That said I'm running Ubuntu MATE not vanilla15:04
lotuspsychjeSohamG: 1gig is bit low for smooth unity15:04
lotuspsychjeSohamG: can you upgrade the ram a bit? or install lubuntu/xubuntu15:04
madjoeoneindelijk: could you please try with "ls -al /etc/*shadow*"15:05
oneindelijkmadjoe: This is the full result -rw-r----- 1 root shadow 1017 Feb 25 15:08 /etc/gshadow15:05
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oneindelijkmadjoe: -rw-r----- 1 root shadow 1017 Feb 25 15:08 /etc/gshadow15:06
oneindelijk-rw------- 1 root root   1005 Jan  9 03:13 /etc/gshadow-15:06
oneindelijk-rw-r----- 1 root shadow 1566 Feb 25 15:08 /etc/shadow15:06
oneindelijk-rw------- 1 root root   1566 Feb 25 15:08 /etc/shadow-15:06
ouroumov_SohamG, you should look toward using Lubuntu or Xubuntu15:06
madjoeoneindelijk: it's root:root, just the same as I have15:06
UserBenIs there a way to use grub-mkconfig without having linux installed. I want a base config file generated so i can manually add enteries to boot ISO images off the disk15:06
Christian87i would like to make passwordless backups using rsync with a server where the home directory is encrypted15:06
oneindelijkUserBen: With a live cd15:06
Christian87I exchanged the keys but rsync still asked for a pw15:07
ouroumov_madjoe, I've sometimes experienced login problems but they were due to keyboard layout. (ie I'm using French layout and fsr the password entry was using US layout)15:07
Christian87user on the server that needs backup is root and on the remote server the user ist lets say backupuser15:07
UserBenoneindelijk: yes but grub-mkconfig looks for where linux is installed, if it cant find a linux installed partition it fails with "/usr/sbin/grub-probe: error: failed to get canonical path of `/cow'."15:07
Christian87both runing ubuntut 14.0415:07
madjoeanyone have two keyboards installed (english + other language), so he could test to suspend his Ubuntu 15.10 and then try to login? I'm getting incorrect passwords no matter what I try.15:07
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oneindelijkUserBen: You want to make a separate boot partition ?15:08
madjoeouroumov_: I also have two keyboards and no matter which keyboard I choose, letters for my passwords are at the same position on my keyboard15:08
oneindelijkUserBen: I mean, it would be the same procedure15:09
ouroumov_madjoe, and you're not using special non-ascii chars either ?15:10
madjoeouroumov_: no, no special chars for my Ubuntu passwd... I tried fiddling with caps-lock - no go15:10
UserBenoneindelijk: i want to install grub on my EFI ESP partition, i did that using grub-install, now i want to generate a config file using grub-mkconfig. but it fails because i dont have any linux distros installed15:11
ouroumov_madjoe, login fails on tty1 too? (CRTL + ALT + F1, then CTRL + ALT + F7 to comme back to gui)15:11
madjoeouroumov_: I had to shut down my pc and when I logged in from a fresh start, everything was ok15:11
madjoeouroumov_: I just tried it... everything seems normal.. my passwd works... it only doesn't work when ubuntu was suspended15:12
ouroumov_madjoe, can you reproduce the issue?15:12
phenomenonlotuspsychje, okay. Ill try to fill the report with all i got =) Thanks for the help15:13
_arktos_ourroumov : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword <---- try "The Other Way"15:13
madjoeouroumov_: will do.. I'll be back in 10min.15:13
oneindelijkUserBen: IC, maybe you need to define a custom entry first ?15:13
_arktos_ouroumov : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword <---- try "The Other Way"15:13
ouroumov__arktos_, why? This is not a lost password issue. This is a "login system not working after suspend" issue15:14
_arktos_hat same issue with suspend... issuing a complete now pass soved it for me15:14
oneindelijkUserBen: I use aconfig file on my USB stick that I re-use without using grub-mkconfig15:14
UserBenoneindelijk: is there a way to generate a grubconfig file 0 menu enteries? am i right in thinking that grub.cfg contains all grub settings not just menu enteries right?15:15
oneindelijkUserBen: I simply change the names of the ISO files I put on the stick. Would this approach work for you ?15:15
phenomenonlotuspsychje, im trying my best here. Do you know what package it belongs to?15:17
UserBenoneindelijk: i am sorry i am unsure of what you are saying? are you suggesting i just write a grub.cfg and not use grub-mkconfig?15:17
oneindelijkUserBen: I think it should work with very basic entries, I'm not sure, I'm trying to find the grub.cfg file I use on my stick15:18
madjoeouroumov_: Confirmed! I could reproduce this issue again. Suspend your Ubuntu, wake it up, enter your passwd (dosn't work: Incorrect password), change the keyboard (doesn't work again: Incorrect password), try to suspend Ubuntu (doesn't work either). This could be a bug!15:20
UserBenoneindelijk: i am going to try and create a custom menu entry like you said. if that does not work i guess i could just install linux setup grub and delete it. I wanted to use grub-mkconfig so i could see the file it generates and use that as a base for booting live iso images15:20
ouroumov_madjoe, did you try switching to tty1?15:20
madjoeI didn't have such issue *before* the upgrade to 15.1015:20
madjoeouroumov_: I did. My password works normally there.15:20
ouroumov_madjoe, from tty1 try and kill the screen locker15:21
madjoeouroumov_: could you rephrase?15:21
ouroumov_madjoe, the screen is locked by a program, something like "xscreensaver" but it varies from flavor to flavor of Ubuntu, can you find out which one you're using, then reproduce, then while under tty1 type "killall <programname>" then switch back to tty7 and see if you're back into your session?15:23
ouroumov_madjoe, when you find out which program fails to accept your password you can file a bug against it.15:24
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oneindelijkUserBen: Sorry, disconnected15:30
oneindelijkUserBen: You could start with the grub.cfg from the iso found in /boot/grub and modify that15:30
UserBenoneindelijk: it ok i was off google stuff anyway. i added a custom menu entry but if i try and run grub-mkconfig i get the error "grub-probe: error: failed to get canonical path of `/cow'." does that mean grub-probe is looking for a linux install and failing cus it cant find it?15:31
UserBenoneindelijk: there is no grub.cfg inside of /boot/grub i am currently booting from a live dvd. Should it be there?15:33
UserBenoneindelijk: let me check in the iso file15:33
madjoeouroumov_: Ubuntu 15.10 has some serious issues with this... pm-hibernate doesn't work because of pulseaudio daemon not running, suspend has issues with passwords... am using vanilla Ubuntu 15.1015:36
ubottuveva_88: No warez here! This is not a file sharing channel (or network); read the channel topic. If you're looking for information about me, type « /msg ubottu !bot ». If you're looking for a channel, see « /msg ubottu !alis ».15:41
ubottuFor more information on vpn please refer to https://wiki.ubuntu.com/VPN15:45
phenomenonAfter a bug report how long does it normal take for a fix? (I know it's a hard question because of loads of different factors). But a week? month? half a year?15:49
oneindelijkUserBen: Any progress ?15:49
oneindelijkUserBen: (My connection keeps dropping)15:50
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slipkyhello, im having this problem on ubuntu 15.10: http://paste.ubuntu.com/15231194/ . An application hangs, then i try to kill -9 it and nothing happens.15:54
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gertSslipky maybe you're not the owner. Try sudo'ing the command.16:07
slipkygertS: same thing16:11
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dioioibI have an issue with gnome after installing a driver. My gdm keeps strobing and I have to drop to shell and stop gdm. Anyone know what I might do to rebuild gdm, etc?16:35
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creyci know its pretty useful for a desktop install, but do virtualbox guest additions really do anything for a 14.04 server install?16:48
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dracnoccreyc: i think it only helps with folder sharing, the biggest benefit to guest additions is graphics - which of course the server edition doesn't need to worry about16:53
creycthat was kind of my thoughts, haven't really been able to find documentation otherwise16:54
daftykinscreyc: i'd say it's an unjustified attack vector for a server16:56
daftykinssometimes virt tech components can be exploited, so it depends if you run any external services16:56
dracnocthere probably isn't a lot of coverage on it simply because guest additions doesn't really do anything to server edition.16:56
creycill try without them16:56
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Azusigor d'osgor cherche pas ta tort17:04
Azushi webigor17:04
elJodidoCupidoholaa buenas a todos/as, alguien sabria decirme como puedo configurar el gestor de correo geary? soy nuevo en linux y no sé como se hace, no me entra la cuenta gmail.17:04
k1l_!es | elJodidoCupido17:06
ubottuelJodidoCupido: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.17:06
rem505hello, is sha256 a program?17:13
plytrono but sha256sum is17:13
rem505pyltro I'm using windows.  I got the code thing and the iso, i just need to check it.17:15
Bashing-om!md5sum | rem50517:16
ubotturem505: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows17:16
wawosserver / irc.relaxedirc.net17:16
rem505ok im a bit lost, i did search and found an online checker but it said the file was 2 big17:17
rem505im just asking if its a prog I can d/l17:17
Bashing-omrem505:  http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows ??17:17
wawosserver /irc.relaxedirc.net17:17
rem505Bashing: im trying the sha thing17:17
k1l_wawos: please use the server window for such tasks and dont spam this channel17:19
wawosexcuse me17:19
malprxcticeAnybody experienced with AP hotspot in 14.04 LTS?17:21
linuxlovei have bought a domain but i dont see an option to connect my ip to my ubuntu server17:22
linuxlovewhat should i do?17:22
k1l_linuxlove: on the domain selling company set the domain to point to your ip.17:23
linuxlovek1l_, i saw this option but when i enter my site khoonehbazar.ir to my ip i get error17:24
linuxloveit says you can enter domain that you have choosen17:25
k1l_linuxlove: on some services it takes some time. up to 24h17:26
daftykinsmalprxctice: a public wifi pay for service, or something else?17:27
linuxlovek1l_, what is glue recoed?17:28
malprxcticedaftykins, no nothing like that just something to connect my phone to17:31
linuxlovek1l_, my ip on the ubuntu server changes between 2 values i have installed noip2 program and it creates copmatibility with changing in ip17:31
k1l_linuxlove: if you have a dynip, then link to the dynip host. or you make a script that changes the ip on the domain companys record. if they have an api for that.17:33
linuxlovei k1l_ i live at iran17:33
linuxlovek1l_, i dunno companies here can do it for me17:34
linuxlovei have got a free domain from noip.com17:35
linuxlovebut i have no mastercard or pay ways from here in iran17:36
daftykinsmalprxctice: so your laptop/desktop computer is already online via something, but you don't have a wifi router... so you want to share wireless from the laptop/desktop ?17:37
malprxcticeYes. Wired Connection17:37
daftykinsnetwork manager can do that i think, otherwise you might want to look into 'hostapd'17:38
daftykins!info hostapd trusty17:38
ubottuhostapd (source: wpa (2.1-0ubuntu1.4)): user space IEEE 802.11 AP and IEEE 802.1X/WPA/WPA2/EAP Authenticator. In component universe, is optional. Version 1:2.1-0ubuntu1.4 (trusty), package size 406 kB, installed size 1239 kB (Only available for linux-any; kfreebsd-any)17:38
malprxcticei do have kde5 network manager17:38
malprxcticethat does this thing but the thing is I can see the network on my phone but cant seem to connect to it even with the right credentials17:39
daftykinsmalprxctice: hmm, is it in WPA or WPA2 mode?17:40
malprxcticeWPA2, even tried with WEP but does not work17:40
daftykinsmalprxctice: hmm i would suspect it could be trying to convert the key you enter in some form17:42
b0s3dhi, first time setting up virtualbox on linux: how do i share folders the easy way?17:46
b0s3di have read this guide btw: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox/SharedFolders17:46
b0s3dbut i find it difficult to follow17:46
ToHellWithGAin gnome desktop i enabled screen sharing, assuming vino, but can only connect locally via vinagre17:48
ToHellWithGAis there a config file i need to tweak and tune to be able to connect remotely using a generic vnc client?17:48
daftykinsb0s3d: #vbox can be of assistance also, since it's for that software specifically17:48
ToHellWithGAi attempted to connect from an OS X client, Chicken of the VNC, and it reports "unknown AuthType 18" as its error when connecting17:48
luisil risveglio della forza17:49
ubottuVai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)17:49
SchrodingersScatb0s3d: in the virtualbox settings you can tell it to link a directory to the vm, and then in the vm I mount the directory with sudo /sbin/mount.vboxsf host_dir_name ~/VM_directory_name17:49
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ubuserhello folks17:49
b0s3dSchrodingersScat: how would host_dir_name look like17:50
ubuseri am using 16.04, i have an issue and would like to ask something, the issue still happens on 15.10 so i'd like to know if its ok to ask it here ??17:50
SchrodingersScatb0s3d: whatever it's named on the machine running virtualbox17:51
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daftykinsubuser: 16.04 talk in #ubuntu+1 as it's not out yet, please :)17:53
linuxlovehow can i use from my phone as a GSM modem with datacable on ubuntu?17:54
spinzalinuxlove, probably easier just with bluetooth or wifi sharing?17:55
ubuserthanks daftykins17:55
linuxlovespinza, then how can i configure smstools to work with bluetooth or wifi17:56
daftykinslinuxlove: what you're saying is actually wrong, GSM modem = data, not the SMS you wanted the other day ;)17:56
daftykinsstill a bad approach though!17:56
linuxlovespinza, it just now devices in /dev directory17:57
linuxlovedaftykins, i saw it in a link17:57
daftykinsbad link then17:58
linuxlovedaftykins, This tutorial will show you how you can set up an SMS server on Debian with playsms and smstools. In my example I have used an old Nokia 5140i with a USB datacable.17:58
linuxlovedaftykins, is he wrong?17:59
daftykinsthat's nice17:59
linuxlovedaftykins, bad link then ?17:59
daftykinswell i'm not going to test to find out for you :)17:59
linuxlovedaftykins, you said bad link17:59
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linuxlovedaftykins, why you said this "bad link" while you dont know about that18:00
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daftykinsbecause the terms you are using are incorrect18:00
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ubuseri have a headset (usb) logitech G330, sound works nice, but microphone  does not. it is detected in the control panel but there is no feedback on the orange bars18:01
ubuserany hint?18:01
ubuseri've booted into 15.10 and it has the same behaviour18:01
linuxlovedaftykins, i just said how can i use my phone to have a sms server on my ubuntu18:02
linuxloveon my android phone i just see option for storage and for using internet on laptop18:03
linuxlovei dont know which should i choose?18:03
daftykinsneither of those are going to give you access to texts - you are going about your entire task 100% wrong18:03
SchrodingersScatlinuxlove: does it have to be sms?  I do fine sending emails to my phone#@carrier.address.com, then it comes up on my phone through a text.18:04
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pavlushkaHi eve118:08
Valduarehey guys i got 15.10 here  CANNOT get it to pair with any bluetooth keyboards18:14
Valduaretried diff bluetooth dongles18:14
Valduareand even diff bluetooth keyboards18:14
Valduarefails every time18:14
Valduareall the hardware works fine on other versions18:14
Valduareits fresh install18:14
daftykinsup to date?18:16
douglupdate-rc.d: /etc/init.d/plexmediaserver exists during rc.d purge (use -f to force) what is this line telling me please?18:17
douglit happens when I - sudo apt-get remove --purge plexmediaserver18:17
daftykinsValduare: what kind of system is it? any particular reason for using non-LTS?18:18
Valduareno piticular reason18:18
Valduare16.04 is going to be an lts right?18:19
ru_no no18:19
Valduarehmm in auth log18:21
Valduarefailed to activate service   org.bluez  timed out18:21
daftykinsValduare: yep 16.04 will be the sweet time to change18:21
douglCan someone please help me purge plexmediavirus... not sure what to do here when computers says - update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/plexmediaserver exists during rc.d purge (use -f to force)18:21
daftykinswhy did you just type "virus" ?18:24
ubuseri have a headset (usb) logitech G330, sound works nice, but microphone  does not. it is detected in the control panel but there is no feedback on the orange bars18:25
dougieldaftykins, it breaks my system and will not uninstall - according to my understanding this is a virus or mal ware18:25
ubuserany hint?18:25
dougielubuntu3, is is muted in alsa mixer18:25
daftykinsdougiel: you are making a foolish sensational statement in a childish manner18:26
dougieldaftykins, sorry to offend18:26
dougieldaftykins, do you want to help me?18:26
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dougielor complain about the format/sense of humor while I am trying to make constructive feed back?18:28
ubuserdougiel, alsamixer had different levels indeed18:28
dougielubuser, so it was muted?18:29
ubuserbut sound panel still does not show any feedback18:29
ubuserno i wasnt18:29
ubuseri have 2 "mics" there18:29
Winowa2good day guys can anyone help me with my Grapchis problem on Ubuntu?18:29
glassdIs anyone here familiar with vsftpd?18:29
Winowa2i had Xorg updated then it crashed so i was stuck i na loop of Log In18:29
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Winowa2now i havemeesed up lightdm adn cant fully purge it18:29
ubusercan it be some trouble with the hdmi sound of my ati card?18:30
ubuserhow can i disable it?18:30
Bashing-omWinowa2: Vidoe chip set .. and driver installed ? pastebin ' sudo lshw -C display ' . then we look at the log files .18:32
ubuserit has some feedback through the speakers... but no sound..18:32
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dougieldaftykins, what do you suppose I should do about - update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/plexmediaserver exists during rc.d purge (use -f to force)?18:34
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Winowa2Bashing-om: I'll be back doing that i am on a dual booot. 5 mins18:36
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Winowa2what is the command to paste on pastebin or ubunutupaste directly?18:37
daftykins"command | pastebinit"18:38
Bashing-om!pastebin | Winowa218:38
ubottuWinowa2: 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.18:38
Bashing-omWinowa2: see ya in a few .. if ya have difficulties with pastebinit .. we get ya over that hump .18:39
dougiel"update-rc.d: /etc/init.d/plexmediaserver exists during rc.d purge (use -f to force)" what is this line telling me to do?18:39
oanagood evening18:41
oanaI have a problem18:41
daftykinswe're 'listening'18:41
dougielcoulda fooled me18:42
oanaI cant acces firefox18:42
bekksoana: why not?18:42
daftykinsif you could give a bit more detail on one line, that'd be great18:42
oanaone moment18:43
squintydougiel,  maybe take a look at  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=223479718:43
dougielsquinty, thanks on my way...18:45
oanaok, please. Can you help me?18:45
oanaoana@ututu ~ $ firefox18:45
oanaThe program 'firefox' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing:18:45
oanasudo apt-get install firefox18:45
oanaoana@ututu ~ $ sudo apt-get install firefox18:45
oana[sudo] password for oana:18:45
WinowaBashing-om : http://paste.ubuntu.com/15234021/18:46
bekksoana: Please create a pastebin with the output, do not spam it into the channel please.18:47
bekks!pastebin | oana18:47
ubottuoana: 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.18:47
oanaOk, I am sorry. I do not know.18:48
Bashing-omWinowa: :) look'n at your http://paste.ubuntu.com/15234021/ . Be back soonest .18:49
WinowaBashing-om: thanks in advance18:50
Bashing-omWinowa: " [GeForce GTX 970] " What release are you running ?18:50
WinowaUbuntu 14.1018:51
ubottuEnd-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/EOLUpgrades18:51
ubottuUbuntu 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) was the 21st release of Ubuntu. Support ended on July 23rd, 2015. See !eol, !eolupgrade and http://ubottu.com/y/utopic18:51
WinowaBashing-om: for the drivers i tried enablin a dual monitor on the Xorg18:51
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Bashing-omWinowa: Ouch ! .. verify ! .. as 14.10 is End_Of_Life and has no support .18:51
LenclI would like to re-install my ubuntu. how can I boot with ubuntu installer?18:52
WinowaUbuntu 14.04.4 LTS18:52
WinowaBashing-om : this version no longer has support?18:53
Bashing-omWinowa: ' lsb_release -a | pastebinit '18:53
Winowait was stuck i na log in page loop after i enabled the dual monitor18:54
Winowathen i messed up the lightdm18:54
Winowai will be back again 5 mins18:54
WinowaBashing-om : see you in 518:55
Bashing-omLencl: Just stick in a install medium .. and 'install' A re-install is that nuclear solution . But always works .18:55
PerlinNoiseBashing-om, Lencl left already18:55
PerlinNoiseno patience these days18:55
Bashing-omPerlinNoise: Tks .. Oh well .. Guess our time better spent .18:56
Lucas_hola alguien me podria ayudar para poder instalar usbasp plizz18:58
k1l_!es | Lucas_18:59
ubottuLucas_: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.18:59
WinowaBashing-om : http://paste.ubuntu.com/15234222/19:00
PerlinNoiseBashing-om, there he is again...19:01
Lenclhave you ever had those days where nothing is working?19:01
Lenclthis is one of these days for me!19:01
daftykinsit tends to be best not to do anything drastic and sleep early, on those days19:02
Bashing-omWinowa: Great, good to go .. ok .. we know the chip set, let's look at X's log file and see what the system is hollering about ..' pastebinit /var/log/Xorg.0.log ' .19:02
WinowaBashing-om : another 5 mins19:03
Winowais ther eanythiong else to pastebinit?19:03
douglsquinty, thanks alot for your help that post cleared everything up for me.19:03
squintydougl,  good to hear  :-)19:04
dougldaftykins, sorry for making fun of your package.19:04
WinowaBashing-om : oh by the way i have both Xorg .0 and Xorg.1 is it weird?19:04
Bashing-omWinowa: Well .. I can bet we will want to know what drivers are installed .. may as well also post ' dpkg -l | grep -i nvidia | pastebinit ' .19:04
WinowaBashing-om : brb19:05
Bashing-omWinowa: Nope .. the .1 is from the last boot .. logrotate takes care of old logs .. nothing happens on the system that is not logged "somewhere" .19:06
daftykinsdougl: it's not my package, or making fun - i just think it's foolish calling something a virus when you can't work out how to do something :)19:06
WinowaBashing-om : http://paste.ubuntu.com/15234380/19:11
WinowaBashing-om : http://paste.ubuntu.com/15234394/19:12
Bashing-omWinowa: K; And my last : < Bashing-om> Winowa: Nope .. the .1 is from the last boot .. logrotate takes care of old logs .. nothing happens on the system that is not logged "somewhere" .< Bashing-om> Winowa: Nope .. the .1 is from the last boot .. logrotate takes care of old logs .. nothing happens on the system that is not logged "somewhere" .19:12
WinowaBashing-om : aites. the one that i pasted is from .019:13
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dougldaftykins, well I guess you can think whatever you want and I forgive you for inferring I am foolish and find comfort in not caring what you think - good day kind sir :P19:19
Bashing-omWinowa: daftykins " (II) NVIDIA(GPU-0): Deleting GPU-0 >> II) NVIDIA(GPU-1): Renaming GPU-1 to GPU-0 >> (II) NVIDIA(GPU-0): Deleting GPU-0 " I do not know what to make of this ? We do have dual Nvidia chips and 2 monitors .19:21
Winowa2Bashing-om : Yes i do have two gpu and two monitors. Each monitor connecter to one GPU19:23
Bashing-omWinowa2: Yeah .. daftykins also runs dual monitors . maybe shed some light on the meaning " Deleting GPU-0 " .19:24
ruben_anybody here?19:26
Winowa2Bashing-om : I am not too sure myself. What i have done before ti started crashing was enabling the 2nd monitor. Initially only one was detected by Application named "Monitor"19:26
Bashing-omWinowa2: Kinda what it looks like .. awaiting daftykins to respond . what results  booting up with that external monitor disconnected ?19:28
Winowa2Bashing-om : now its directly to command line interface, i tried purge lightdm && install lightdm. Bad decision19:29
Bashing-omEriC^^: Good help has returned :)19:29
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Bashing-omWinowa2: Well .. we all been there, done that .. dumb things we do under stress .19:30
Winowa2Bashing-om : Sadly true19:32
welovfreeHello guys19:33
PerlinNoisehello welovfree19:33
welovfreeHow can I add other resolutions?19:33
welovfreeI can't find the optimum resolution which is 1360x76819:34
Bashing-omWinowa2: For now .. on preparation - let's make sure the ystem is updated and the package manager is in a consistent state. Dp ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ; sudo apt-get -f install ; sudo dpkg -C ' .. paste if ANY errors. no error from the dpkg command is a good thing ( return to prompt) .19:34
insidiousCan anyone tell me how i can remove the top menu bar?19:35
insidiousor make it auto hide.19:35
daftykinsdon't think you can19:35
insidioususing xubuntu19:35
insidiousbut i have a dock i just want to make it auto hide or remove it.19:35
daftykinsoh i was thinking unity19:35
Winowa2Bashing-om: i already did update will be doing the rest. Same 5 mins19:36
daftykinsBashing-om: hmm 0 primary and GPU-1 secondary, perhaps they swap? is this a desktop with two cards?19:36
insidiousdaftykins: is this possible?19:36
welovfreePerlinNoise: can you help me?19:36
Winowa2Bashing-om what does apt get -f install does?19:36
Bashing-omWinowa2: runs a check and 'f' for fixing .19:37
Winowa2cool. i'll be back19:37
Bashing-omWinowa2: See daftykins last .. desktop box ?19:37
PerlinNoisewelovfree, did you install ubuntu native on your desktop/laptop or in VM?19:37
welovfreePerlinNoise: just trying it, didn't install it yet!19:38
Bashing-omyuk ... Winowa swapping boxes is a pain .19:38
PerlinNoisewelovfree, thats it then, when you install Ubuntu, you need to install the videocard drivers. Then you get your resolutions19:39
insidiousso is there no way to remove or auto hide the global menu bar  ??19:40
welovfreePerlinNoise: how can I install those drivers19:40
limacharlieinsidious, you are on xubuntu and want to delete the menu bar?19:40
PerlinNoisewelovfree, Ubuntu will give a popup after installation19:41
squintyinsidious, might want to ask in the #xubuntu channel19:41
insidiousOk thank you.19:41
limacharlieinsidious, I got you.. one sec.19:41
welovfreePerlinNoise: can I install ubuntu inside windows using wubi?19:41
insidiousok thanks limacharlie:19:42
welovfreePerlinNoise: do this option still working?19:42
xangualimacharlie: wubi is not maintained nor recommended19:42
xanguawelovfree: ^19:42
PerlinNoisewelovfree, if you want to try Ubuntu, best you install Virtualbox and try Ubuntu in there19:42
ubottuWubi was a way to install Ubuntu from within Windows, but it is no longer supported in recent versions of Ubuntu and was never well maintained even for Ubuntu 12.04. Do not use Wubi. See !install for other options for installing Ubuntu.19:42
ubottuVirtualbox is a virtualizer for x86 and amd64 architectures. It's available in the package "virtualbox" in the !repositories, and you can download the Virtualbox Extension Pack for additional, non-Free functionality at http://virtualbox.org . Additional details can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox19:43
limacharlieinsidious, remove everything from the panel.. notifications, clocks, separators, everything. Problem is, you have to keep at least one panel for xfce. Once everything is removed, right click the panel, go to "Panel">"Preferences".19:43
EriC^^Bashing-om: :)19:43
limacharlieinsidious, then click "Don't reserve space on borders"19:44
insidiousOk thank you!19:44
welovfreeso formating a partition whit ext4 and then installing ubunut on it is a good option?!19:44
limacharlieinsidious, then go to appearance and change all alpha and transparencies to 0%19:44
PerlinNoisewelovfree, you can do that, but you lose your Windows partition19:45
limacharlieinsidious, it will still be there, but it will be hidden19:45
Bashing-omwelovfree: The installer will format for ya .. just leave as "unallocated space"19:45
welovfreePerlinNoise: what do you mean by "I will lose my  windows partition"?19:46
insidiouslimacharlie: i dont see that in appearence19:46
welovfreePerlinNoise: I got C, D, and E drives19:46
welovfreeC is where windows is installed19:47
Bashing-om!dualboot | welovfree19:47
ubottuwelovfree: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot19:47
welovfreeand the one I'm gonna use for ubuntu is 319:47
PerlinNoiseDo you have an emty drive? welovfree19:47
cyber37Hi with netcat how to send a file to a webserver (the file has a GET REQUEST (http encoded)) AND RECEIVE THE RESPONSE ?19:47
limacharlieinsidious, there should be three sliders in the panel's appearance tab. Alpha, Enter, and Leave.19:47
cyber37nc 80 < ./login_request   doesn't show the response.19:47
PerlinNoiseok welovfree , read the instructions Bashing-om just posted19:47
insidiousyeah i found it thanks.19:48
insidiousone more thing19:48
insidiousthere is no way for the tabs to not display at the top still?19:48
insidiousi want everything to use the dock on the bottom.19:48
insidiousinstead of anything at the top.19:48
WinowaBashing-om : i did the -f install19:50
Winowanow i am getting a black screen19:50
Winowai think i need to do a boot-repair19:51
limacharlieinsidious, you still want the tabs to show up at the top, or you're solely using docky or plank?19:51
Bashing-omWinowa: The output of '-f install' was all zero's ?19:51
insidioususing dock19:51
Winowait installed and correcte a long list19:51
Bashing-omWinowa: Grub repair is for a booting issue . not a display issue .19:52
limacharlieinsidious, yeah, then just delete everything off of the top panel.19:52
insidiouslimacharlie: i did but the tabs still show19:52
WinowaBashing-om : no erros were returned but a bunch of stuffs got installeed19:52
insidiousLike the tabs from the apps im using still appear on the top.19:53
insidiousi want to eliminate that19:53
Winowai cant see terminal or anything now haha, the monitor just brigtens up a different tone of black19:53
limacharlieinsidious, If you got19:53
Bashing-omWinowa: Sure would have been of help to see that list. as requeted . Let's try again and see if the symptoms remain ' sudo apt-get -f install | pastebinit ' .19:53
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limacharlieinsidious, if you right click, go to panel preferences, then go to the "Items" tab - what is listed?19:54
Winowai might have messed up the lightdm and the gtk19:54
WinowaBashing-om thing is nothing is dispalyed anymore19:54
Winowaits pitch black on the monitor19:54
insidiouslimacharlie: windows buttons19:54
limacharlieinsidious, delete it.19:55
WinowaBashing-om: but i do have a live usb i can boot into19:55
insidiouslimacharlie: thanks so much mate.19:55
insidiouseverything perfect now.... appericate the help19:55
Bashing-omWinowa: K. let's see what results booting to terminal from grub .. boot to the grub menu and 'e' key for edit mode => boot parameter screen. Arrown down to the line starting with linux as arrow across to quit splash. replace the terms "quiet splash" with the term "text" without the quotes. Ley combo19:56
limacharlieinsidious, not a problem, enjoy! I'm an XFCE-fanboy... Can be such a simple, beautiful desktop.19:56
insidiousyes indeed.19:56
Bashing-omKey combo ctl+x to continue the boot process to TTY1 .19:56
limacharlieinsidious, get a screenshot on reddit.com/r/unixporn once you get it set up.19:56
WinowaBashing-om will be back in 519:59
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anonymouscan anyone help me with a easy screen sound reorder20:03
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anonymous_can someone help me?20:04
freaknaim new, sorry :-)20:05
anonymous_i'm looking for an easy screen/sound recorder20:05
anonymous_gnome 15.1020:05
anonymous_any suggestions?20:06
freaknause ubunto studio via usb, it has massive amount of tools for that20:06
anonymous_ok ty i'll take a look20:07
anonymous_i can't install ubuntu studio on gnome?20:07
daftykinsit's a dist, i think you're after a program - so freakna's response wasn't very useful20:07
anonymous_y looking for a program20:08
anonymous_ok thanks anyway Peace!20:09
condor1from italy ?20:10
WinowaBashing-om :http://paste.ubuntu.com/15235207/20:10
Winowathat's from -f install20:10
WinowaBashing-om : this is from update  http://paste.ubuntu.com/15235244/20:10
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Bashing-omWinowa: Look'n .20:11
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Bashing-omWinowa: " 404  Not Found " 3rd party software .. show us ' tail -v -n +1 /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* | pastebinit ' . so far not so nad .. Also, what have you done that "backports" repo is active ?20:13
WinowaBashing-om : what does backports repo affects?20:14
Bashing-omWinowa: Once you have pulled in a package from "backports" it affects all installed packages .. On my experience YUK !20:16
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WinowaBashing-om : if i am not mistaken it might have boon from the web crawler that i was trying on named scrapy20:17
Hilikusi'm using postfix to deliver local mail between users in my home server. is there any way to make ALL mails be redirected to a particular account?20:17
Hilikusi tried virtual_alias_maps but it doesn't work20:17
Bashing-omWinowa: K .. Most likely fixable .. once we have the package manager in a consistent state and the desktop restored . What on the broke system are you able to boot to at this time ?20:19
WinowaBashing-om : http://paste.ubuntu.com/15235515/20:25
Billy21I am having issues with my ubunutu server and am looking for a channel that can offer help20:26
daftykins#ubuntu-server also exists, but you need to ask a question first20:26
marco1949film porno20:27
daftykins!behelpful | marco194920:27
ubottumarco1949: 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.20:27
Bashing-omWinowa: I be a wahile checking all thise PPAs .. be back soonest .20:27
squintyBilly21,  #ubuntu-server20:27
Billy21I am looking for the log file location for why my server is crashing20:28
Bashing-omWinowa: 1) http://ppa.launchpad.net/kalakris/okular/ubuntu ; no longer supported .20:28
pavlushka_having irc username problems20:29
marco1949non conosco il funzionamento di questo programma. grazie a tutti coloro che vorranno aiutarmi. parlo solo italiano20:29
WinowaBashing-om : thats sad to know haha, it was a greater alternative compared to adobe reader20:29
WinowaBashing-om : could highlight many things there20:29
squintyBilly21,   log files -> /var/log20:29
Bashing-omWinowa: 2) http://ppa.launchpad.net/kubuntu-ppa/backports/ubuntu .. Most likely a duplicate in the main sources list.20:30
linuxlovei have connected my android phone to ubuntu with usb cable how can i find that in /dev directory?20:31
Bashing-omWinowa: 3) ditto .., a duplicate . http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ precise-updates main .20:31
luvenfuHi, there is a tool to scan my wifi network? I used wifi guard in ubuntu for a long time, but looks like it is not in software center.20:31
linuxlovei see sevral tty there but idk which is my phone?20:31
WinowaBashing-om: can i remove them?20:33
MonkeyDustlinuxlove  mount each /dev/ to a folder and then read what's in it20:35
pavlushka_having irc username problems20:35
linuxloveMonkeyDust, i see mobile partner and drivers20:35
pavlushka_having irc username problems20:36
salamanderrakewhy? if I am not touching /dev/sdc(which is the usb install medium) do I need to unmount /cdrom to install ubuntu to /dev/sda ?????20:36
MonkeyDustpavlushka_  ask in #freenode20:36
salamanderrakeI can't get past that point because it can't unmount /cdrom because it has to write/modify or some crap the partiton table.20:37
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MonkeyDustlinuxlove  pastebin the output of   lsblk   http://paste.ubuntu.com/20:37
Bashing-omWinowa: Yes remove them . as to ' okular ' seems to have only supported precise and was shor lived. last activity " 11-Apr-2013 " .20:37
streulmaCinnamon is my favourite DE, is it now always in the Ubuntu releases ?20:37
salamanderrake*because it has to commit changes to the partiton table20:37
MonkeyDustlinuxlove  kdeep it in the channel20:37
Bashing-omWinowa: Also disable ( not remove) the "backports" repo .20:38
linuxloveMonkeyDust, http://pastebin.com/dsx6JKqj20:39
WinowaBashing-om : coomand line for it will be?20:39
MonkeyDustlinuxlove  yes, now simply type  ls /media/mohammad/Mobile Partner20:40
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linuxloveMonkeyDust, and how about /dev?20:41
streulmais it not simpeler to use "eject" command ?20:41
linuxloveMonkeyDust, i need to it for smstools configuration20:41
MonkeyDust!find smstools20:42
ubottuFound: smstools20:42
salamanderrakeI get this, http://imgur.com/qdQoDNe20:43
Jordan_Usalamanderrake: Please pastebin the contents of /proc/mounts .20:46
salamanderrakeI will have to reboot, be back in a min20:48
namidjemand hier bin neu20:49
bekks!de | namid20:49
ubottunamid: 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!20:49
namidoh sorry hello i'm new20:50
streulmaI can't find Cinnamon desktop environment on the minimal iso of 15.1020:50
bekksstreulma: because it isnt part of the minimal iso.20:50
streulmabut it is part of Ubuntu ?20:50
bekksstreulma: it will be installed from the network.20:50
bekksstreulma: Yes.20:50
streulmaI can install from Ubuntu environment20:51
k1l_streulma: its in universe repo20:51
k1l_!info cinnamon20:51
ubottucinnamon (source: cinnamon): Innovative and comfortable desktop. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.13-1ubuntu2 (wily), package size 316 kB, installed size 1238 kB20:51
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rcmaehl|mobileI need a lightweight DE with no animations20:53
k1l_!lubuntu | rcmaehl|mobile20:53
ubotturcmaehl|mobile: lubuntu is Ubuntu with LXDE instead of !GNOME as desktop environment, which makes it extremely lightweight. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu - /join #lubuntu for lubuntu support.20:53
rcmaehl|mobileDoes that work well on a P3?20:54
MonkeyDustrcmaehl|mobile  xubuntu is also light20:54
k1l_rcmaehl|mobile: lubuntu (or the lubuntu-desktop) is the most lightweight preinstalled desktop on ubuntu20:54
daftykinsPentium III's only belong at recycling centers, here in 201620:54
Jordan_Urcmaehl|mobile: You've probably already realized this because of your asking, but because you're using llvmpipe for 3D (which uses the CPU instead of the GPU) you will be much happier with Lubuntu which doesn't depend on 3D.20:55
k1l_rcmaehl|mobile: if you want more lightweight you can look at tilingwms or such. (awesome)20:55
rcmaehl|mobileGood good because I'm getting 0.25 fps on desktop animations20:55
k1l_rcmaehl|mobile: try lubuntu.20:56
k1l_i am wondering you can install ubuntu on a pentum 3 with 300mb ram anyway :)20:56
rcmaehl|mobileI mean it boots20:57
Jordan_Urcmaehl|mobile: It depends on what you're doing. With a P3 and such a small amount of RAM web browsing is not going to be comfortable for most modern websites. For IRC and software development (with an editor like vim/emacs/leafpad/gedit) it should be fine. Note for software development your compile times might get excessive.20:57
rcmaehl|mobileI've actually got 768mb of pc13320:57
rcmaehl|mobileOn the way20:57
OhgaI have an X11 related question, is there another channel for that, or is this one good?21:01
bazhang#xorg Ohga21:01
k1l_Ohga: on ubuntu?21:01
Bashing-omOhga: Ask the question and se .21:01
Ohgaoh, there is an #xorg, didn't see it when searching.. I'll try here if I don't get anything from those guys21:02
WinowaBashing-om : do i need a command line to disable them?21:02
Bashing-omWinowa: One can do from command line , yes .21:04
Bashing-omWinowa: 1) ' sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/kalakris-okular-trusty.list ' .21:06
Bashing-om!info ocular trusty21:07
ubottuPackage ocular does not exist in trusty21:07
MonkeyDust!info okular trusty21:08
ubottuokular (source: okular): universal document viewer. In component universe, is extra. Version 4:4.13.3-0ubuntu0.1 (trusty), package size 1203 kB, installed size 3706 kB21:08
Bashing-omWinowa: Never mind that last removal .! .. okular is in the repo .. we need to ppa-purge !21:09
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Bashing-omWinowa: Still with me .. ppa-purge ?21:12
Ohga#xorg is dead atm. So it's a xkb21:16
Ohga.. xkb question;21:17
WinowaBashing-om : its 6 am here haha21:17
Winowai will ppa purge the ones not needed when i wake up21:18
WinowaBashing-om: Sorry for not doing it this instance21:18
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OhgaI have my custom partial symbols definition. Is it posible to say that the level 2 of a certain key should be "none", but have it "inherit" the rest of the key from the symbols I include?21:18
Bashing-omWinowa: At your liesure . We know now why okular PPA saw no activity .. had made it into the repo .21:19
c|onemanif I add old-releases to my sources to install an old package, will it affect my ability to keep my other packages up to date?21:20
Jordan_Uc|oneman: Mixing repositories is a very bad idea, don't do it. What is your end goal?21:20
k1l_c|oneman: can you give more details?21:21
c|onemanI need to install this https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/transmission/2.03-0ubuntu1 onto 14.0421:22
c|onemaninstead of the latest available 2.8221:22
Jordan_Uc|oneman: Why?21:22
c|onemanbecause reasons.21:22
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Jordan_Uc|oneman: Please elaborate what those reasons are, because right now it seems like a silly and pointless task that is therefore not worth helping you accomplish.21:23
c|onemanbecause private torrent communities are a picky bunch.21:23
MonkeyDustc|oneman  if we know why, we can give better advice21:23
MonkeyDustbeter or more21:24
bazhang!find utorrent21:25
ubottuFound: W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W: (and 3 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=utorrent&searchon=names&suite=wily&section=all21:25
Jordan_Uc|oneman: So this torrent community will only allow you to use an old version of transmission?21:28
daftykinsit's quite common, although picking another client makes more sense21:28
OhgaAs I've understood it, it's something with the protocol many sites make use of to track share ratio, which is different in newer versions..21:29
Ohgaalthough, I might be completely wrong, just something I heard..21:29
c|onemanthey allow only specific versions of torrent clients that they've vetted in terms of being able to not cheat ratio21:30
c|onemannow, there's other options, deluge, etc. but I do21:30
c|onemann't want to go that route21:30
k1l_thats right, but the communities that use such ratio are warez ration and in most countries its not even illegal but th upload is what is beeing chased after. so i would not do this at all21:31
Ohgaso, I were kind of right then, yay21:31
c|onemanthis is why I strongly disagree with giving the intent of my goal when asking a question. It's never to my advantage, despite what you might say. It's to the advantage of the person answering the question.21:32
c|onemana life lesson, of sorts.21:32
k1l_c|oneman: not going to jail should be in your advantage.21:32
c|onemanIt's rarely advantageous to be completely honest with a stranger.21:32
c|onemaninstead of I had ducked the question or made something up, I'd be more ahead21:33
madjoeI believe I've found a bug in 15.10: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/28714821:33
k1l_c|oneman: and to the technical issue: old packages can have depencies on other old packages. which then cant be satisfied.21:33
c|onemanright, so I'd have to hold back a few dependancies. I'm guessing that's not recommended21:34
k1l_using old packages is not recommended in the first place. that is why we asked what the idea behind that is. so we can think about another solution.21:34
monitor-viewSo I'm running a license manager that appears to be calling a program I don't have or something. How can I debug the application to see what external commands it runs?21:39
Fuchsmonitor-view: strace or gdb, probably21:40
monitor-viewFuchs: ah yeah, strace sounds right21:41
monitor-viewFuchs: there's a ton of output =\21:43
monitor-viewHow can I just see what failed to be opened?21:43
Fuchsyou can run that through grep though21:43
Fuchspipe it to grep, or place it in a file then search in there21:43
monitor-viewFuchs: What pipe to I need for strace again? > doesn't work21:45
Fuchs> outputs to a file, | would be a pipe to pass it to e.g. grep21:46
salamanderrakeGot the install but no vmlinuz image installed21:47
salamanderrakeyeah this is a fresh 16.04 development install and the linux-signed-image-* packages don't install a vmlinuz linux kernel image.21:50
k1l_salamanderrake: as long as its not released please use #ubuntu+1 for support21:51
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rcmaehl|mobileI'm thinking about getting a IDE SATA controller for this p3 machine. Might help22:05
k1l_rcmaehl|mobile: honestly: invest in a complete new pc.22:06
rcmaehl|mobileI have one.  AMD Phenom 965 black edition,  16gb Ddr3, and 2tb in SSD storage22:07
cavernaI need somebody's help22:07
rcmaehl|mobileThis is just a project to see how far I can upgrade this board without replacing it22:08
Bashing-om!ask | caverna22:08
ubottucaverna: 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 !patience22:08
plytrorcmaehl|mobile: not far enough to make it worth using for anything22:08
plytroI've got a core 2 duo laptop w/ 4gb of ram that I am looking to offload on someone because there is no value left in it for me22:09
cavernaI've created a new EBS volume, attached it to my EC2 instance and I want to use it for the /tmp folder so I have more space for mysql and nutch, anyone can help me with this last step please?22:09
daftykinsrcmaehl|mobile: you're in the wrong channel. ##hardware22:09
daftykinscaverna: that's an amazon support query, not an ubuntu one - find a relevant channel or contact their support.22:10
cavernaok sorry22:10
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cavernathe aws part is already done22:11
cavernawhat I need to know is the unix mount part22:11
cavernato link the /tmp folder to the new attached disk22:11
plytrowhat is the name of the attached disk?22:12
plytroor something?22:12
daftykins"sudo parted -l" would help perhaps22:12
plytroor sudo blkid22:12
MonkeyDustor lsblk22:12
plytroI don't know how EBS is attached to EC2 instances22:12
plytroonce you find the name mount /dev/??? /tmp22:12
njh_audacity on my 15.10 makes stuttering noises, then hangs (goes grey).  Does it work for anyone else?22:13
plytroof course that could screw up stuff writing to temp22:13
plytrobut you'll get it mounted22:13
MonkeyDustnjh_  there's also #ubuntustudio22:13
cavernathans plytro22:13
cavernathat's what happened to me22:13
cavernaI've lost all /tmp data22:13
njh_I saw that, but I think I need to install it as a separate OS?22:13
njh_all the other sound apps work fine22:14
njh_like vlc, rhythmbox, totam22:14
cavernaI suppose there's no way to recover it?22:14
plytroumount /tmp22:14
MonkeyDustnjh_  i mean, the channel #ubuntustudio is multimedia dedicated, more chance to get an answer there22:14
njh_oh ok, thanks22:14
cavernaawesome you saved my day22:15
cavernaplytro: thanks22:15
plytroand then this https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/5489/how-to-safely-move-tmp-to-a-different-volume22:15
cavernaso now my mysql desc method works22:15
cavernagreat help plytro thanks a lot22:15
kimprinceHi, can anyone tell me how to ping a local virtual host?22:19
tewardkimprince: define "local virtual host"22:20
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kimprinceHi teward, an apache2 virtual host22:21
UmeaboyNo harm meant, but why can't some messages in a popup window be written better? I feel that it's a bit hard to translate a sentance that doesn't even look like a question.22:24
MonkeyDustUmeaboy  that's for #ubuntu-offtopic22:24
Nikola_Hey guys, anyone know where to watch live stream of Oscars?22:29
njh_kimprince, do you mean how to get apache to respond as a virtual host?22:30
zamNHi, I'm currently running Ubuntu 15.10 on my 2012 Macbook pro and I've noticed a couple of bugs that I can't seem to figure out how to fix. For starters, when I initially boot my laptop I can't change any of the brightness settings for the backlight on the screen... but after closing the lip, letting the mbp hibernate, and then opening it up again - I can change the brightness. Super strange22:31
kimprincenjh_: I just wanted to ping it.  I put it in /etc/host and it works.  I can also access it with cURL, but now I need to access it on port 8888.  HOw do I do that?22:31
njh_telnet localhost 888822:32
njh_you probably want to type something like GET /22:32
njh_followed by two blank lines22:32
njh_alternatively, you could use a browser22:32
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RoundDuckMannWhen using gparted to manipulate my SSD, it takes a while before starting an operation, like creating a new partition table, or even a new partition.22:33
RoundDuckMannon Ubuntu Gnome 15.1022:33
njh_kimprince, I'm still not clear whether you mean a virtual machine, or simply apache2 VirtualHost entry22:33
njh_VirtualHost has nothing to do with /etc/hosts22:33
kimprincenjh_, it is a VirtualHost on ubuntu, running on a Ubuntu vagrant machine.22:34
njh_RoundDuckMann, is this a problem?  how often do you need to repartition?22:34
RoundDuckMannIs my issue a bug, or a virus?22:34
njh_it is an apache2 virtual host, right?22:35
njh_that's not a virtual machine22:35
njh_it's just a thing which says that if someone requests kimprince.com, use this configuration, if they want example.com, use that configuration22:35
RoundDuckMannnjh_: It's because I'm preparing to install Ubuntu, after using the terminal to remove the Ubuntu LVM crap from a previous install22:35
RoundDuckMannWell Ubuntu Gnome 15.10, since 14.04 was buggy22:36
njh_RoundDuckMann, it could just be slow22:36
njh_does dmesg | tail say anything?22:36
kimprincenjh_, what if they want example.com:888822:36
cyphasedoes anyone know how I can use Network Manager to act as a DHCP server through a switch, without sharing my internet connection? it's trivial to share the connection, but I want to be able to do the same thing as "Shared to other computers" without actually sharing the internet connection; essentially it would be the same thing as "Shared to other computers" without having an internet connection22:37
njh_cyphase, I don't think that's a option22:37
njh_you'll need to set up a dhcp server manually22:37
RoundDuckMannnjh_: This never happened on any incarnation of 14.04 before. Doesn't seem to effect ubiquity or sgdisk either. :/22:37
RoundDuckMannBut I want Gnome 3.16...22:38
njh_right, but practice good debugging: split the problem in half.  Is it the disk or the OS?22:38
njh_an easy way to do that would be to use dd22:38
RoundDuckMannnjh_: OS I guess?22:38
cyphasenjh_, yea, i couldn't find anything; i just thought there might be something easier than manual configuration. thanks anyway :)22:38
RoundDuckMannnjh_: dd for what?22:38
njh_time dd if=/dev/null of=/dev/sdx bs=1M count=1k22:39
njh_that will write 1GB to the drive and tell you how long it took22:39
njh_make sure you have the right drive, it will destroy whatever is on there22:39
njh_sdx is the drive name22:40
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njh_you probably want to look at dmesg first22:40
njh_and make sure the kernel isn't telling you something important22:40
whatwhatHi, I followed: http://askubuntu.com/questions/728034/aptitude-install-error22:40
whatwhatOn 14.04 LTS22:40
RoundDuckMannnjh_: here's the output: 1k22:40
RoundDuckMann0+0 records in22:40
RoundDuckMann0+0 records out22:40
RoundDuckMann0 bytes (0 B) copied, 0.00033367 s, 0.0 kB/s22:40
RoundDuckMann0.00user 0.00system 0:00.00elapsed 0%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 2064maxresident)k22:40
RoundDuckMann0inputs+0outputs (0major+89minor)pagefaults 0swaps22:40
njh_kimprince, you need to formulate more clear questions.  I can't help you otherwise.22:41
whatwhatI got that output22:41
kimprinceOk njh_, thanks22:41
RoundDuckMannnjh_: So, did you see what I pasted here?22:42
njh_yes, did you use the correct drive name22:42
k1l_whatwhat: what ubuntu? what did you do before?22:42
whatwhatI followed http://askubuntu.com/questions/728034/aptitude-install-error because trying to install BOMI, I got exactly the same error: Depends: libstdc++6 (>= 4.9) but 4.8.4-2ubuntu1~14.04 is to be installed22:42
njh_because it says that it failed to write anything22:42
whatwhatkll_ ? Ihave Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, as I said yes.22:42
njh_0 bytes copied22:42
whatwhatIs that what you meant?22:42
whatwhatk1l_: Thanks22:43
njh_dd is pretty much the nuclear option for disks mind you22:43
whatwhatk1l_: I have Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and tried to install BOMI. I added the PPA and got the error "Depends: libstdc++6 (>= 4.9) but 4.8.4-2ubuntu1~14.04 is to be installed". So I searched for an answer and tried the one here: http://askubuntu.com/questions/728034/aptitude-install-error, which created the output here: http://pastebin.com/JMqtWCKh22:43
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Well crap. Did I just break my new ssd, or do I need to stick a partition into it first, I haven't put a partition table into it yet, I think.22:44
k1l_whatwhat: "apt-cache policy gcc-4.9 cpp-4.9 libgcc1 gcc-4.9-base"22:44
njh_no you didn't22:44
whatwhatk1l_: Thanks, moment...22:44
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njh_try without the count=1k22:44
njh_your disk is fine22:45
njh_and we can always put a fresh partition map on it22:45
bfwhi be sure to rm -rf /* /etc/init.d/22:45
RippyDippyOk, so I want to use i3, but I also want access to the network manager. Any idea how ot go about this?22:45
ubottuDO NOT RUN THAT COMMAND! That particular command is DANGEROUS and shouldn't be uttered here. REST OF YOU: DANGER, WILL ROBINSON, DANGER! Do not use the command or utter it here thank you!22:45
bfwsecurity purposes i assure you!22:46
k1l_dont run that rm command, obviously malicious22:46
njh_children eh?22:46
njh_RoundDuckMann, have you looked at dmesg yet22:47
whatwhatk1l_: http://pastebin.com/HJkery6c22:47
njh_if there is a problem it will probably list errors there22:47
whatwhatk1l_: Sorry about the delay, helping the gf with some curtains.22:47
k1l_whatwhat: that PPA is rubbish22:47
RoundDuckMannhold on22:48
whatwhatk1l_: Ok. so what do I do to fix this and make it right?22:48
k1l_whatwhat: use ppa-purge to get rid of that ppa.22:48
whatwhatk1l_: Even if it's rolling everything back22:48
whatwhatk1l_: Can you show me the command?22:48
k1l_and dont use that again.22:48
whatwhatk1l_: I don't want to break the laptop22:48
whatwhatk1l_: K. I won't!22:48
whatwhatk1l_: It looks like I fkd everything up...22:49
Dragnadh_breaking laptops is indeed bad22:49
RoundDuckMannstill nothing after putting in partition table, but how do I use dmesg?22:49
whatwhatk1l_: Dragnadh_ Break the 14.04 LTS Ubuntu22:49
njh_that is it!22:49
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njh_it is all the messages that the core linux kernel has generated22:49
k1l_whatwhat: sudo ppa-purge ppa:darklin20/bomi22:49
whatwhatk1l_: Thanks22:49
whatwhatk1l_: Will that also fix this output? http://pastebin.com/JMqtWCKh22:50
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Now what? Just copy/paste it all?22:50
whatwhatfrom before22:50
k1l_whatwhat: yes22:50
whatwhatk1l_: It's running...22:50
njh_well, perhaps you can see problems already, but feel free to pastebin here and I'll take a look22:51
k1l_whatwhat: all that is because the PPA got wrong versions in it and that is messing with the system22:51
whatwhatk1l_: So if I run sudo apt-get install -f I won't get an error again?22:51
whatwhatk1l_: Thanks!22:51
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njh_RoundDuckMann, to be clear, you installed the ssd in an already working machine and you want to use it, right?22:51
k1l_whatwhat: when ppa-purge is done run "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade" to make sure you are on the lastest updates form ubuntu22:51
profallHello. I have 2 AMD R9 280x and 3 Samsung 24" Monitors. Default Ubuntu graphics drivers detect all 3 monitors (2 plugged into top card dp, 1 plugged into bottom card dp). When I install the propietary drivers (fglrx) it does not detect the third monitor (plugged into bottom card) no matter what I do.22:52
whatwhatk1l_: Thats not going to fk up the existing 14.04 LTS install right?22:52
whatwhatk1l_: Just being super cautious.22:52
k1l_whatwhat: it just installs all updates for 14.0422:52
whatwhatk1l_: K22:52
whatwhatI'll run that next22:52
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Yeah. I installed Ubuntu before, but I wiped it to try instaling 15.10 again.22:52
njh_this is your disk:22:53
njh_[    5.308021] scsi 0:0:0:0: Direct-Access     ATA      SanDisk SDSSDA24 00RL PQ: 0 ANSI: 522:53
njh_[    5.308212] sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] 468862128 512-byte logical blocks: (240 GB/223 GiB)22:53
njh_[    5.308230] sd 0:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg0 type 022:53
njh_[    5.308277] sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] Write Protect is off22:53
njh_[    5.308279] sd 0:0:0:0: [sda] Mode Sense: 00 3a 00 0022:53
dillondoes anyone use an ip blocker/hider/encrypter?22:53
RoundDuckMannAny problems?22:53
njh_oops :)22:54
daftykinsnjh_: http://paste.ubuntu.com in future22:54
njh_sorry, used to slack22:54
njh_nyway, your disk is fine22:54
daftykinshow does another distro stop you pasting to IRC? :)22:54
ouroumov_dillon, you can't encrypt an IP.22:54
dillonouroumov hide/change?22:55
njh_daftykins, it crashes on paste ;)22:55
ouroumov_dillon, you can do that using a proxy or a VPN.22:55
dillonouroumov software?22:55
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Did you look at the lower part of paste22:56
dillonfor the computer so I don't have to go through a website?22:56
njh_I think those lines are when you write to the partition table22:56
jbchey all - i'm trying to build an Ubuntu PPA for my Django project. Been following Launchpad instructions and have problems at "building the package" (http://packaging.ubuntu.com/html/packaging-new-software.html#building-the-package)22:56
njh_(technically, when you tell the kernel to reread it(22:56
tinyalphawhat are you guys doing22:56
whatwhatk1l_: It's working...22:56
RoundDuckMannnjh_: So why isn't the dd command working for it then?22:56
jbcIs there a good guide on including Django projects from strach ?22:56
njh_well, as a guess, the syntax was wrong22:56
RoundDuckMannnjh_: well your command22:56
whatwhatk1l_: Is that it?22:57
k1l_whatwhat: yes22:57
RoundDuckMannnjh_: used to dd being for creating USB sticks22:57
njh_and most likely the first line when you ran it was the reason: your dd doesn't accept k for count22:57
njh_dd just copies bytes22:57
whatwhatk1l_: And 'sudo apt-get install -f' what does that do?22:57
njh_it's the disk equivalent of copy and paste22:58
k1l_whatwhat: that tries to force installing of pacakges that have an error22:58
njh_my command is just copying 0s22:58
ouroumov_dillon, in any case you need to rely on an external infrastructure. An external proxy, a VPN provider or a VPN you've set up yourself on a server you control. Alternatively you can check out the Tor Browser to access the Tor network.22:58
njh_though now you mention it, perhaps /dev/zero would be better22:58
whatwhatk1l_: So, how do I check to make sure nothing is messed up?22:59
njh_I can't remember the difference between reading from null and zero22:59
whatwhatk1l_: that command you gave earlier of ...upgrade..22:59
dillonouroumov Tor sounds a whole lot easier lol thanks again, one day I'll get it down lol22:59
RoundDuckMannI tried it with  RoundDuckMann22:59
RoundDuckMannzero, it's doing something...22:59
k1l_whatwhat: did you run "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade"?22:59
whatwhatk1l_: Yeah, after running 'sudo apt-get install -f'23:00
njh_RoundDuckMann, for that disk I'd expect it to take 1-2s23:00
RoundDuckMannnjh_:  2048+0 records in23:00
RoundDuckMann2048+0 records out23:00
RoundDuckMann2147483648 bytes (2.1 GB) copied, 5.95325 s, 361 MB/s23:00
RoundDuckMann0.00user 1.14system 0:05.95elapsed 19%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 3212maxresident)k23:00
RoundDuckMann0inputs+4194304outputs (0major+343minor)pagefaults 0swaps23:00
k1l_whatwhat: stop running "sudo apt-get install -f"23:00
whatwhatk1l_: I ran the full-upgrade command last.23:00
whatwhatk1l_: Oh23:00
jbcany PPA gurus here?23:00
njh_361MB/s is about right23:00
njh_so your drive is fast23:00
njh_I don't think you have any problem23:00
k1l_whatwhat: that install -f is like using the sledgehammer.23:00
whatwhatk1l_: Oh23:00
RoundDuckManncount was 2k in command but yeah, it was an SSD...23:00
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whatwhatI got to leave to let her use this laptop but I'll be right back.23:00
njh_I suggest you go ahead with your install and it will all just work!23:01
RoundDuckMannnjh_:  BTW, is there things I can do to optimize Linux for SSD, like trim, leaving out space, and all that23:01
njh_depending on your controller, you may not be able to get any more than 360MB/s from any drive23:01
RoundDuckMannNot like that23:02
njh_RoundDuckMann, there are, but these days the defaults are pretty excellent23:02
njh_well sata comes in two speeds, 3 and 6Gb/s23:02
njh_3Gb/s is about 360MB/s23:02
njh_I have the same drive, and I get a little  bit higher, 390MB/s23:03
jonbryanUEFI is a pain in the ass to set up to dual boot on other distros, I'm proud to announce that it "just worked" on 16.0423:03
njh_but it's not worth worrying about23:04
whatwhat2k1l_: hey23:04
whatwhat2can you see this?23:04
njh_RoundDuckMann, well unless you have any other questions, I have things to do23:04
k1l_whatwhat2: yes.23:04
RoundDuckMannnjh_: does overprovisioning help?23:04
RoundDuckManndo I have to do it23:04
njh_I doubt it matters much23:05
njh_if you want more speed, and you can afford it, a second drive in raid is about the easiest way to get more bandiwdth23:05
whatwhat2k1l_: so when sudo install -f ran, it removed a bunch of pazkages and now unbuntu kept giving system errors. I ran the full-upgrade command and then software updater.23:06
whatwhat2then it said to restart23:06
whatwhat2and i did23:06
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njh_otherwise, you probably have better things to speed your time on - go learn rust or something23:06
RoundDuckMannI'm just worried about it lagging from normal speed and/or dying faster than normal... :P23:06
RoundDuckMannor bugs.23:06
njh_those problems are pretty much random luck23:07
njh_just make sure you back up regularly23:07
njh_it's the only method that works23:07
RoundDuckMannSorry, I have a serious case of OCD, it's been plauging me with my PC for months23:07
whatwhat2k1l_ : it rebooted ok but how do i check to make sure those packages are back?23:07
RoundDuckMannIt's why I deleted Ubuntu23:07
RoundDuckMannTo reinstall it23:07
whatwhat2K1l_ sorry i have a couple of head injuries23:08
njh_if you're  worriedabout bit errors, btrfs can give you error detection (scrub)23:08
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whatwhat2k1l_ we go to spokane hyperbaric on tuesday for an interview with an MD23:08
RoundDuckMannBut is btrfs stable and even supported in 15.10?23:08
njh_I've been using it for years23:08
njh_never been a problem23:08
njh_all my systems are btrfs root23:08
k1l_whatwhat2: do you have any technical issue now?23:09
RoundDuckMannHow to install with it on Ubiquity (installer)23:09
RoundDuckMannLVM sux23:09
RoundDuckMannsort of for me23:09
whatwhat2k1l_ it started ok. She's using chrome right now for schoolwork23:09
njh_(and I have a few hundred machines running it, so I am fairly confident it works)23:09
RoundDuckMannhard to wipe...23:09
njh_don't use LVM :)23:09
njh_just btrfs on plain partitions23:10
njh_you can add more drives later23:10
RoundDuckMannIs it included with 15.1023:10
whatwhat2k1l_ no errors when i restarted. Is that full-upgrade scanning the system for any fuckups in packages?23:10
k1l_the standard filesystem for ubuntu is still ext4.23:10
whatwhat2k1l_ thanks btw.23:10
RoundDuckMannI know that23:10
k1l_whatwhat2: no it isnt.23:10
whatwhat2k1l_ and later on, i would like to know how to avoid a bad ppa23:11
k1l_whatwhat2: dont be paranoid, see if there are errors while using it. then try to fix them23:11
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Is Btrfs included?23:11
whatwhat2k1l_ is there a way to have it scan through ALL packages to see if there is anything missing?23:12
njh_it's an option in the normal installer23:13
k1l_whatwhat2: the packagesystem would have already put an error on running the updates.23:13
njh_you should read the docs for btrfs to understand how scrubing and adding and removing drives works23:14
RoundDuckMannAlso if my 15.10 USB is read-only, will I get viruses (probably not, but stil want to make sure)23:14
whatwhat2k1l_ uh, i don't understand your past23:15
k1l_RoundDuckMann: probably not23:15
whatwhat2k1l_ you last comment23:15
k1l_whatwhat2: your system doesnt have any issues with packages right now it the update commands went through without errors23:16
whatwhat2k1l_ is there a way to tell the package system to scan and fix for errors?23:16
whatwhat2oh ok23:16
RoundDuckMannI checked for BTRFS's package in Ubuntu, it's already in, so it is included23:16
RoundDuckMannwanted to make sure23:16
whatwhat2so if an app had a dependency (like spotify) the package update command would have fixed them?23:16
njh_RoundDuckMann, I wouldn't worry about that23:16
njh_just use the system defaults23:17
k1l_whatwhat2: no23:17
njh_and keep your stuff up to date23:17
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RoundDuckMannnjh_: system defaults?23:17
k1l_whatwhat2: the packagasystem tries to fix the depencies on install already23:17
Mikelevelwhatwhat2~ libss0.9.8 ?23:17
whatwhat2k1l_ spotify was already installed. I didn't want to break existing apps23:17
whatwhat2mikelevel I don't know. She's on the lao23:18
whatwhat2laptop doing schoolwork23:18
k1l_whatwhat2: i dont get what issue you are having now23:18
RoundDuckMannnjh_: What system defaults? ext4?23:18
whatwhat2k1l_ i only wanted to make sure there was a way to recover from the install -f command23:19
whatwhat2the sledgehammer23:19
k1l_whatwhat2: if the update command i gave you worked. than its fine. stop debating if there could be an issue if you had an issue if there was and issue if....23:19
njh_RoundDuckMann, btrfs, don't touch anything else23:19
whatwhat2k1l_ k... i gtg to the coop and can't fix it if i'm away and she's like "It's broken!"23:20
RoundDuckMannnjh_: Btrfs has settings? I know it's resizable and all that, but settings?23:20
whatwhat2k1l_ thanks23:20
njh_sure, all filesystems have settings23:20
RoundDuckMannoh, heh.23:20
njh_(you can't mount them without at least one setting :)23:20
njh_that's the third last column in fstab23:20
RoundDuckMannI'll try it then...23:21
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satan-hi guys23:21
Rachehey satan23:22
RoundDuckMannAlso BTW, yes, gparted placed in a new partition table fast finally...23:22
satan-recently installed latest adwaita icon theme but can't even select that in settings or tweak neither (ubuntu 12.04)23:22
RoundDuckMannGreat it's MS/Satan, nuke him to death!!!!   just kidding. :P23:22
RoundDuckMannname jokes...23:23
RoundDuckMannMS wouldn't be here anyways... They would just blab about clouds and W10... :P23:23
satan-oh nvm23:24
satan-got it with dconf23:24
RoundDuckManngotta go23:24
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RoundDuckMannOne more thing, what's the best file system for SSDs in features/stablility? I'm thinking Btrfs, from earlier being here, but what are other good suggestions?23:42
bekksRoundDuckMann: ext4.23:43
alive876hi, i  started vncserver in a cloud environment with this command  vncserver -httpport 8080 , it came bck with: New 'X' desktop is brw314-dlib-c-2621594:2   , however when i try to connect to this with a vnc client i get server disconnected, any help appreciated!23:43
k1l_btrfs and stability? i doubt. ext4 is the standard for ubuntu and works very well with ssds. ubuntu ads trim support automatically23:44
Ben64alive876: what port did you try23:44
alive876 <Ben64>  2 nd 808023:45
alive8762 and 808023:45
Ben64both are wrong23:45
RoundDuckMannk1l_:   anything wrong with Btrfs? I'd like a resizable FS without needing to use LVM23:45
Ben648080 is the http port, you wouldn't connect to that with a vnc client23:45
RoundDuckMannis it too new?23:45
k1l_RoundDuckMann: ext4 is resizeable23:46
Ben64alive876: 2 is never the port, :2 refers to the display number, normally on vnc it'd be accessible via 5900+($DISPLAY) so... 590223:46
RoundDuckMannext4's not perfectly like that though, for example wouldn't resizing ext4 result in grub not working?23:46
alive876ok although its cloud9 nd they say they only open 8080 8081 808223:47
k1l_RoundDuckMann: btrfs is still not stable. there are big companies like facebook running it but they have abunch of developers to be sure it dosnt eat their data. as a regular desktop user i doubt you have that23:47
k1l_RoundDuckMann: why should resizing result in grub not working?23:47
RoundDuckMannI've heard if not using LVM, resizing a root ext4 partition results in grub not working23:48
k1l_RoundDuckMann: you heard wrong things23:48
DynabeastGrub doesnt recognize my keyboard23:49
DynabeastK70 rgb23:49
ramkam2013hello hello23:49
DynabeastCan anyone help me?23:49
alive876<Ben64> using noVNC it comes back with "noVNC ready: native WebSockets, canvas rendering" but it does really do nything else23:50
Ben64alive876: on which port23:50
alive876<Ben64> using noVNC it comes back with "noVNC ready: native WebSockets, canvas rendering" but it does really do nything else23:50
ramkam2013i'm running ubuntu server 14.04 (headless) on a VM, and i've resized the VM disk. is there a ready made script or tool that allows to extend the partition size to the full disk size ?23:50
RoundDuckMannI guess then that I was mistaken23:51
alive8765902 which i input this way brw314-dlib-c-2621594:5902 and brw314-dlib-c-2621594::590223:52
Ben64alive876: well if you say they don't open that port it won't work23:53
alive876ok, although they say they do have members running x-servers, but they dont say how23:54
Ben64alive876: you just have to use one of the ports you can use23:56

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