Bashing-omhazrpg: It will take someone smarter than I am . I got no ideas of why the display is not seen. I am open here to the learning situation .00:00
WattisLoveHi bros. My ubuntu booted into black screen. I found the problem is solved by hitting E and replacing "quiet splash" into "noquiet nosplash", however I'm having to do this everytime I boot. How can I set it so that this is permanent?00:04
reisio/etc/default/grub, probs00:04
WattisLoveright, thanks00:05
hazrpgBashing-om: No problem, thanks for your help though :)00:07
hazrpgBashing-om: I have noticed one thing different, /usr/share/ubuntu-drivers-common/quirks/ on the broken one has an extra file called lenovo_z570_thinkpad which the working one doesn't have00:08
hazrpgBashing-om: The laptop I have *is* a lenovo z570 however... but its still a difference, and it does look like it has some xorg overrides in it...00:09
hazrpgBashing-om: I believe these files are mainly for things like brightness shortcuts usually and stuff like that - and I have noticed that the brightness shortcuts are working, whereas in previous ubuntu version it didn't work... I'm wondering if this file is causing the issues...00:11
hazrpgBashing-om: paste.ubuntu.com/16879809 - does any of that make any sense to you?00:12
Bashing-omhazrpg: Looking .. be back .00:22
hammer25i did what the documentation for virtualbox told me to do as far as installing guest additions, but there are still just the two res options00:22
hammer25am i missing something?00:22
reisiohammer25: Ubuntu guest?00:23
reisiohammer25: like this: https://virtualboxes.org/doc/installing-guest-additions-on-ubuntu/00:23
hammer25nevermind, i only half did the instructions. my bad.00:26
Bashing-omhazrpg: Like you .. I do not like it .. this " nvidia-current|nvidia-current-updates " os also of mis-direction . how bout we remove the file and make a new one ' sudo nvidia-xconfig ' ?00:29
hazrpgBashing-om: Yeah, I'll give that a shot. :)00:30
hastikohow do you install adobe flash on 16.04 for firefox? I can't find it in the sw center or ff plug ins....and the google results are all failing so far00:30
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hazrpgBashing-om: right, done that... should I reboot, or do you think I can get away with sudo service lightdm restart?00:32
hammer25there we go. actually installing the modules sure helped, haha :P00:33
CarlFKfresh install won[t boot from disk.  I booted into the installer's rescue mode, lspci show 00:1f.2 RAID bus controller: Intel Corporation SATA Controller [RAID mode] (rev 02)00:33
CarlFKI was able to mount /dev/md126p1 and see the root fs.  here is fdisk / df http://paste.ubuntu.com/16880009/00:33
hazrpgBashing-om: answered my own question, restarting lightdm didn't work so a full reboot it is, brb.00:33
CarlFKanyone know how to grub ?00:33
kulelu88Hi all00:35
kulelu88I have a question about networking, where can I ask that? what alternate channels?00:35
hazrpgBashing-om: sadly, that hasn't resolved it either - although I still can't help that the file was causing problems... might purge nvidia again and do it all again and see what happens.00:36
Bashing-omhazrpg: might see what is installed no conflicts ' dpkg -l | grep nvidia ' .00:38
squintykulelu88, #networking00:39
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kulelu88thank you squinty00:42
hazrpgBashing-om: paste.ubuntu.com/1688044900:42
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Bashing-omhazrpg: Look'n .00:45
Bashing-omhazrpg: No possibility of a confloct there . That is about as clean As I have ever been witness to. Is the nvidia module loaded ' lsmod | grep nvidia ' ?00:47
hazrpgBashing-om: paste.ubuntu.com/1688072300:54
hazrpgBashing-om: it appears to be00:55
Bashing-omhazrpg: Yepper .. should workie . No ?00:56
elec_AHi, How to get the package name of a running process ?00:58
hazrpgBashing-om: its strange right... considering I'm using the same settings on both (from what I can see - xorg, etc), both have the same versions installed... there's nothing different except one came from 14.04 and the other from 15.1000:59
elec_AOk, what is the package name of oclock, Xlock, Xlogo. I think they all come with lxde right ?01:00
elec_AI have uninstalled lxde but they are still ther01:00
somsip!find oclock | elec_A01:00
ubottuelec_A: Found: W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W: (and 11 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=oclock&searchon=names&suite=xenial&section=all01:00
elec_Asomsip: nothing ?01:00
de-factoelec_A dpkg -S $(readlink -f /proc/<PID goes here>/exe)01:01
somsipelec_A: no, but you can use the search link given there01:01
Bashing-omhazrpg: A fact .. should be good .. but ! To further this and maybe get a hint in the log file : /var/log/gpu-manager.log ?01:01
pbxwhat does "enable wifi" (in the wifi menu, 14.04, unity) mean, and how can i perform its function without unity?01:02
pbxi mean, i know what it *does*, but i never saw it on my previous 14.04 install and now i have to re-check it every time my machine wakes from suspend01:02
pbxdell e5450 FWIW01:03
naccpbx: could be a module not loaded, or rfkill being turned on by accident, or something?01:04
naccpbx: dmesg/syslog might indicate what is hpapening better than the NM applet01:05
hazrpgBashing-om: from both?01:05
Bashing-omhazrpg: Would not hurt to compare and see what is different.01:06
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bobby___what are the advantages of using ubuntu server to set up a home network with active directory?01:08
hazrpgBashing-om: paste.ubuntu.com/1688108301:10
Bashing-omhazrpg: Reading .01:11
hazrpgBashing-om: both are the same, I did a diff on the two files, but here's the other anyway: paste.ubuntu.com/1688110401:12
Bashing-omhazrpg: No hints there either . Per that file the system is in a happy happy state .01:17
pbxnacc, thanks. as far as i can tell it is intended behavior (maybe specific to this hardware; didn't happen on my dell e7450).  syslog says: <info> (wlan0): deactivating device (reason 'sleeping')01:18
naccpbx: yeah, it could need some sort of nudge by default, not sure01:19
naccpbx: it'd be a 'bug' imo, from a usability perspective, but not sure01:19
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pbxyeah. trying xmonad again and having no obvious way to "enable wifi" outside of unity's nm-applet has raised it to UX bug status for me :)01:20
pbxthanks again01:21
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hazrpgBashing-om: part of me is wondering if it is trying to output to either the vga or hdmi port...01:22
hazrpgBashing-om: because I can hear sound, just no visuals... but I have no way of testing that theory...01:23
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Bashing-omhazrpg: Still do not know . gpu-manager.log sees the LVDS connector; Why then do we not see it in the Xorg.0.log ?? .. Beats me !01:24
hazrpgBashing-om: indeed!01:25
hazrpgBashing-om: I'll be honest, nvidia optimus has been a problem since day one on Linux in general, I think it was poorly developed by them.01:26
Bashing-omhazrpg: I am workjing this as both OS are installed as dual boot on the same machine ? such that all hardware is common .01:27
Bashing-omhazrpg: There are a few who have had better results with BumbleBee as the graphic's controller . I can not vouch .01:28
hazrpgBashing-om: Yes, you are correct - I actually triple boot Win10, Ubuntu 16.04 (upgraded from 14.04 - main every day use and work) and Ubuntu 16.04 (upgraded from 15.10 - using for testing newer version of ubuntu)01:30
snow_richard /nickserv identify michael6401:31
hazrpgBashing-om: I use to use bumblebee, so I can vouch that they do work... but since nvidia supported gpu switching natively, bumblebee has halted development because it was no longer needed (or so I understood from reading in tech news over the years)01:31
Jordan_Usnow_richard: Change your password.01:32
hazrpgBashing-om: So I find it hard to trust bumblebee anymore if they no longer develop it (although they could possibly have started back up again? I do no know)01:33
Bashing-omhazrpg: My take also on the controller .. BumbleBee is depreciated in favor of nvidia-prime .01:33
Jordan_Usnow_richard: In the future, configure your IRC client to automatically identofy and if you do need to /msg nickserv or anything else that you don't want accidentally sent to the channel use the server tab so that such a typo is harmless.01:34
Bashing-om!info bumblebee01:34
ubottubumblebee (source: bumblebee): NVIDIA Optimus support for Linux. In component universe, is extra. Version 3.2.1-10 (xenial), package size 47 kB, installed size 180 kB (Only available for linux-any)01:34
snow_richardopen gl error in android studio with radeon 3000 video on motherboard01:35
hazrpgBashing-om: I agree, also, that version number looks similar to what I used a couple of years ago.01:37
hazrpgBashing-om: I did really enjoy the fact that I could run the nvidia card by simply passing it to optirun - much like how I believe it runs on windows01:38
Bashing-omhazrpg: Should be working now with nvidia-prime . I just do not know why it is not . We await others here with greater graphic's skills .01:40
matheusalgum brasileiro ?01:43
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Ben64!br | Guest3736001:43
ubottuGuest37360: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br para ajuda em português. Para entrar no canal por favor faça "/join #ubuntu-br " sem as aspas. Para a comunidade local portuguêsa, use #ubuntu-pt. Obrigada.01:43
somsip!find libgd01:43
ubottuFound: libgd-dbg, libgd-dev, libgd-graph-perl, libgd-perl, libgd-text-perl, libgd3, libgdata-common, libgdata-dev, libgdata-doc, libgdata22 (and 72 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libgd&searchon=names&suite=xenial&section=all01:43
Guest37360i use ubuntu mate01:43
hazrpgBashing-om: indeed, thank you so much for your time and help though :)01:44
hazrpgBashing-om: I've reverted back to intel using prime-select intel - its not often I need the gpu, it would have been nice to get it fixed today, but ubuntu has really taught me patience over the years ^_^01:46
Bashing-omhazrpg: K .. the performance with Intel will be lacking . I too want to learn where I am lacking to know what is not taking place .02:02
u8y7541_i keep getting problems with apt-get; wants to update dependencies which results in DPKG error codes...02:03
u8y7541_eh, who wants to talk?02:03
somsipu8y7541_: paste the errors using a pastebin02:04
u8y7541_it's a E: DPKG error code 102:04
u8y7541_at the end02:04
u8y7541_it has "problems processing the dependencies02:04
somsipu8y7541_: that doesn't help. Create a paste showing all of the errors02:04
somsip!paste | u8y7541_02:04
ubottuu8y7541_: 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.02:04
u8y7541_Reading package lists... Done02:06
u8y7541_Building dependency tree02:06
u8y7541_Reading state information... Done02:06
u8y7541_Correcting dependencies... Done02:06
u8y7541_The following additional packages will be installed:02:06
u8y7541_  kde-config-telepathy-accounts02:06
hazrpgBashing-om: me too02:06
somsipu8y7541_: in a paste bin02:06
hazrpgu8y7541_: paste.ubuntu.com - paste it there ;)02:06
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u8y7541_that's the pastebin02:07
* u8y7541_ is waiting02:07
somsipu8y7541_: you have no patience, and you've exceeded mine now. Maybe someone else will help you02:08
OerHeksoh, known issue. /usr/share/accounts/services/google-im.service02:08
u8y7541_im sry02:08
u8y7541_im used to stack overflow instant answers; so many people on there ;D02:08
OerHekshttps://bugs.launchpad.net/kubuntu-ppa/+bug/1451728 but solution on http://askubuntu.com/questions/618389/trying-to-overwrite-usr-share-accounts-services-google-im-service-which-is02:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1451728 in kaccounts-integration (Ubuntu) "[master] kde-config-telepathy-accounts package install error" [Critical,In progress]02:09
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hazrpgsomsip: well I was going to help him (because I was scrolling up to see what I was being notified about)... but seems he has no patience like you said :/02:23
somsiphazrpg: ignored him so not following what's been said. Some people can't be helped. Best to scrape them off quickly I find.02:24
hazrpgBashing-om: just in case you want to follow along, I have started a bug report ;) - https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xorg/+bug/158769902:24
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1587699 in xorg (Ubuntu) "Screen blank/black after splash screen" [Undecided,New]02:24
hazrpgsomsip: probably for the best, he just logged out after your last comment telling him about patience - I find people like him ignorant.02:26
mobile-intelim have triple boot on my laptop! windows/and two ubuntu-based distro's. im currently sharing my swap partition with both distros. should i use two swap partitions?02:27
somsiphazrpg: on the internet? surely not.... :-/ Anyway...OT :)02:27
hazrpgmobile-intel: I triple boot too (win and 2 ubuntu's), so I can vouch for: No, you do not need 2 swaps! You only ever need one.02:28
hazrpgmobile-intel: swap is volatile, every time you reboot/shutdown it is wiped clean, so its very unlikely you will need more than one (plus I'm not 100% sure you can create more than one?)02:30
mobile-intel:hazrpg thankyou for your quick response! i tought so i never noticed any problems02:30
Bashing-omhazrpg: K .. bookmarked !02:30
hazrpgmobile-intel: also, when I say wiped clean - I don't think it physically clears it, but the system treats it as blank02:31
hazrpgmobile-intel: if you ever do experience any problems (highly unlikely) you can create swap files instead of a full blown partition - which is essentially the same thing (space reserved if you run out of memory). Most of us never really need swap, I'm just too old-school that I always create it anyway.02:32
mobile-intelyes you can create two! and no there seems to be an issue when both os's happen to use hibernation at the same time. it can wipe certain things02:33
mobile-intelwhen you use 1 swap02:33
mobile-intelbuti never had any problems02:33
hazrpgmobile-intel: heh, hibernation has never worked on my laptop (just one of the quirks I guess of my laptop), but thanks for the heads up :)02:34
mobile-intel:hazrpg i never tried! i normally have enough diskspace for partitions but i will try it02:35
mobile-intel:hazrpg its not suppose to be a big deal. when two os's use hibernation at the same time. only thing that can happen is that your unsafed data (stored in hibernation file after closing your laptop) could be deleted02:37
hazrpgmobile-intel: true, personally I've found hibernation, although useful, can sometimes have its own pitfalls02:39
hazrpgmobile-intel: I've once had a system that took forever to boot back up because it was trying to boot the hib stuff back into memory, but the computer was doing some processing before the hibernation, which meant it tried to continue that and locked the whole thing up02:40
hazrpgmobile-intel: its no surprise that ubuntu comes with hibernation usually disabled by default02:41
mobile-intelhazrpg: i never use it! atleast i think! i always SHUTDOWN my pc. its not that hard! and the tought of a fresh restart everyday just makes it feel more stable02:41
hazrpg(not sure if that's still the case - again like I said my current laptop doesn't work with hibernation in general in any linux OS for some reason - not sure if that's secure boot's fault or what exactly)02:42
hazrpgBashing-om: Cool. :) Hopefully we'll figure out what is actually going on at some point.02:42
RomanLier-kenrin: I finally was able to install ibus-hangul. I had first to install the full korean language support, which took a while but it was worth it! thank you so much for your time and your help :)02:43
Bashing-omhazrpg: Maybe the big boys will take an intrest, and shoot you back a solution .02:43
buuOk, how come debian can read filenames with colons in them over samba but ubuntu can't?02:44
hazrpgmobile-intel: heh I agree! I knew one person who always hibernated their machine (albeit Window not Linux-based), and wondered why it was constantly getting slower - I found a quick reboot solved all his problems ;)02:44
hazrpgBashing-om: I'm hoping so - I used ubuntu-bug and flagged that I was willing to help to the maximum when the option came up - since I have two instances (one working one not), maybe they might take an interest over those just saying "its broken, help!"02:46
hazrpgbuu: looks like its a long standing bug #67630402:48
ubottubug 676304 in samba (openSUSE) "Samba fails with files having colon in file name" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/67630402:48
buuhazrpg: Yeah I saw that02:51
buuhazrpg: Do you think I could install the debian version of the samba libs?02:51
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hazrpgbuu it is possible - but sometimes the dependancies can vary between the two02:52
buuI don't understand how ubuntu managed to introduce this regression02:52
hazrpgbuu: if you want to try, I think jessie or sid would be your best bet at getting it to work02:52
lp251does gnome-terminal seem slow on 16.04 to anyone else?  The first terminal I open takes a solid 2s or so to appear02:53
lp251subsequent terminals are fast02:53
hazrpgbuu: Ubuntu is well known for applying their own patches in, something that works in debian doesn't always work in Ubuntu - and vise versa02:53
buuMaybe I should just learn how nfs actually works02:53
caf4926Would I get better results in 16.04 than 14.04 with hybrid graphics?02:54
lukenick /luke02:54
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hazrpgbuu: Defintely worth it ;) - I'd help, but my boss was the one that showed me how to do it, and honestly I can't remember all the steps that we did off by heart.02:55
hazrpgbuu: I don't blame you for using samba, it is so much easier to use (and better compatiblity between OS's)02:55
Guest79883hey how can I lock the administration directory.  It says another process is using it.  I tried to install an app via apt but the internet was not connected. So I connected and tried again and now I'm receiving this error.  I just want to know how I can proceed02:56
somsipGuest79883: maybe auto-updates is already running02:57
Guest79883how to I stop that then?02:57
somsipGuest79883: I don't use it so is it... Software Centre? Open it and see f it's doing anything02:59
Guest79883Software Centre is open.  But I'venot installed or attemtped to install anything03:00
ryclikopen /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/10periodic03:00
fenix_peregrinoguys what is the command to see the available channels for a certain subject?03:00
ryclikChange APT::Periodic::Update-Package-Lists "1";03:00
ryclikto 003:00
ryclikTo disable the auto update ness03:01
ryclikFrom here: https://www.garron.me/en/linux/turn-off-stop-ubuntu-automatic-update.html03:01
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ubottufenix_peregrino: 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 http03:01
Guest79883ok thankyou03:02
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Guest34757anyone know how to fix the cause of " inappropriate ioctl" message?03:05
buuhazrpg: nfs is the devil03:06
ryclikI've always found nfs to be easier to set up personally. Samba always gave me trouble.03:10
ryclikIt's been a while though03:10
hazrpgbuu: You could always try cifs - I know NAS drives tend to provide the option for cifs03:12
hazrpgWow, its 4am... I should really get to bed!03:13
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hazrpgthanks for your help Bashing-om :), and nice to meet you and buu this evening/morning03:13
hazrpgtake care \o03:14
Bashing-omhazrpg: My pleasure, sllep tight .03:15
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AxD79Hi ALl03:29
AxD79I am currently running ubuntu 14.04 server and have logged into it via Putty.  Within this Server I have configured VirutalBox and created 1 Virtual Machine.  I know the Virtual Machines IP address, but because my server is hosted elsewhere the IP is a Private IP, not accessible from outside.  I have a extra static IP and have configured it on my server, but how do I link the static IP to the VM?03:31
ryclikYou'll need to either set up port forwarding or access it via something like an SSH tunnel03:33
jnagroAxD79: i believe in the network settings of the VM you can select a "bridged" adpater instead of the NAT03:33
ryclik^ That too. Then apply your extra IPv4 to the VM03:34
jnagroAxD79: but yeah, if you just need to shell into that VM once in a while, what ryclik said is wise - you can use your host as an ssh jump box03:34
AxD79jnargo: between my host and virtual machine, i have a bridged connection03:40
AxD79jnargo: I have done something like this --> VBoxManage modifyvm isTest --nic1 bridged --bridgeadapter1 eth1 --vrde on03:40
AxD79where 'isTest' is the name of my virtualServer03:41
AxD79but when I go to my virtual servers IP address i get a page not found03:41
AxD79my hosting company said that is becuase the vm ip address is not public03:42
AxD79so i need to tie my public static ip to the vm ip03:42
ryclikYes. In the VM, change it's IP address to your extra IP. Then you should be able to access it via that IP03:45
mib_mibhi - i have some webservers that run in our datacenter and i set up all employees with an individual ssh key, and they all forward the webserver to their local machine over ssh tunnel. However, I have heard that I can set up a vpn instead to solve this - how would i go about that? Do i need to setup an OPENVPN server?03:45
buuhazrpg: Unless I've missed something crucial somewhere, cifs *is* samba03:54
jnagromib_mib: yes, openvpn would be a good solution03:54
caf4926Is nvidia prime what I should use on a hybrid nvidia/intel system?03:54
Bashing-omcaf4926: Affirmed . BumbleBee depreciated in favor .03:55
caf4926Bashing-om: any special things I should know03:56
Bashing-omcaf4926: No not really .. read the docs and help pages . Pretty intuitive .03:57
mib_mibjnagro: so for instance, i would run openvpn on say the webserver, and have employees connect using a vpn client03:59
mib_mibjnagro: so, if it runs on my.webserver.com, how would they access it (its externally firewalled) in their web browser?04:00
kenrinYou'd need to open the port04:02
AxD79can someone tell me if I have added the ip correctly to my ubuntu server -->  http://paste.opensuse.org/8761279704:03
kenrinLooks fine to me04:06
draxdeveloperi am trying to mount a iso image on ubuntu04:06
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draxdeveloperi used gmount-iso, but had an error04:06
draxdeveloperi used furius, it's mounts. But when i access the iso dir i just have a empty folder04:07
draxdeveloperhow can i mount an iso?04:07
reisiodraxdeveloper: iso of what?04:07
draxdevelopera game04:07
kenrinsudo mount -o loop blah.iso /media/whatever04:07
draxdeveloperok, ty04:08
reisioa win32 game?04:08
aegtodoes anyone know why all stat times of a screen process if you attach/detach from it?04:08
reisioaegto: pardon?04:08
reisiotheorem_: yo04:08
theorem_reisio: :)04:08
aegtosay i do stat /var/run/screen/S-root/20806.sync.distribute04:09
theorem_do you know what might be causing a delay in network interface routing ... the X windows utility that manages network connections seems to take a long time to mark interfaces as "up" immediately after startup.04:09
aegtoand it gives me access, modify, change04:09
aegtoand then i do screen -r sync.distribute04:10
aegtoall 3 values immediately change04:10
aegtoi would like to go based on birth value, but its always empty04:10
theorem_seems ot happen since I upgraded to 16.0404:10
draxdeveloperreisio yeah, but i can't even see the base files04:10
reisiodraxdeveloper: hrmm?04:11
draxdeveloperit's a iso, but i just can't mount it04:11
reisioaegto: #screen ?04:11
reisiodraxdeveloper: what does kenrin's command say?04:11
draxdevelopermount: can't find /media/thesims4 in /etc/fstab04:12
kenrinDid you make the directory?04:12
aegtoreisio: what you mean?04:12
draxdeveloperkenrin no lol, i will do04:13
kenrinProtip: you can't mount stuff to nonexistant directory =)04:13
reisioaegto: there's an entire channel devoted to screen, at #screen04:13
aegtooh, didnt know04:13
draxdeveloperyeah, i used mkdir but not changed04:14
reisio/msg alis list *screen*, etc.04:14
draxdeveloperin fact, now i have two folders in the /media named thesims404:14
reisiodraxdeveloper: where's the iso file04:14
draxdeveloperin home04:14
reisiodraxdeveloper: /media/, sounds like it's already moujnted04:14
reisio/media/ is a place for automounts04:14
draxdevelopera ok04:14
draxdeveloperhow i delete a dir?04:15
draxdeveloperi created on in media04:15
draxdeveloperok, so where i should mount my iso04:16
draxdevelopersince is not automouting04:16
kenrinWherever you want04:16
draxdeveloperi tried it04:16
draxdeveloper(with furius)04:16
draxdeveloperit's mounts04:16
reisiodraxdeveloper: you have pastebinit?04:16
kenrindo a mount without options and pastbin it04:16
reisiopastebin the output of: mount04:16
draxdevelopera mount wihtout options, like this one : sudo mount -o TheSims4UFPA.iso /media/thesims404:17
kenrinno just mount by itself04:17
draxdevelopersudo mount?04:18
kenrinso we can see what you have mounted already04:18
kenrinI don't see it listed anywhere, so I'm not sure why you are getting errors.  Unless reisio sees something04:20
reisiodraxdeveloper: what is the output of this?: sudo mkdir -p /mnt/test; sudo mount -o loop /path/to/image /mnt/test04:21
draxdeveloperthe problem is, when i use furius it's says that is monted04:22
draxdevelopersudo mkdir -p /mnt/test; sudo mount -o loop /path/to/image /mnt/test04:22
draxdeveloperops wait04:22
draxdeveloperfailed to setup loop device: Arquivo ou diretório não encontrado04:22
reisiochange the /path/to/image bit04:22
draxdeveloperit's says directory not found04:23
kenrinsudo mkdir -p /mnt/test && sudo mount -o loop TheSims4UFPA.iso /mnt/test04:23
kenrinassuming you are in the directory with the iso04:23
draxdeveloperah, ok04:24
draxdeveloperhum... this was the output that gmount-iso was giving04:26
draxdevelopermount: /dev/loop1 is write-protected, mounting read-only04:26
reisionobody asked for gmount-iso's output04:26
draxdevelopermount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop1,04:26
draxdeveloperno, i am giving the output of the sudo mount04:26
draxdeveloperi am just saying that is the same output04:27
reisiothat's TMI04:27
reisiowhich makes me distrust it altogether04:27
draxdeveloper       missing codepage or helper program, or other error04:27
reisiotoo much information04:27
reisioI ask you if the sky is blue, you say "no I wear pants"04:27
reisioI only want to know if the sky is blue04:27
draxdeveloperah, no, like i said04:27
reisiok :p04:27
draxdeveloperi run the said command  sudo mkdir -p /mnt/test && sudo mount -o loop TheSims4UFPA.iso /mnt/test04:28
draxdeveloperand that was the output04:28
reisiodraxdeveloper: read-only is normal for write-once media like a game DVD04:28
reisiolook in /mnt/test/ now04:28
reisiols /mnt/test/04:28
draxdeveloperok, there is a mnt/test, but it's empty04:29
kenrinSo your ISO file is corrupted04:29
draxdeveloperah ok =/04:29
kenrinMakes sense that no program can mount it04:30
draxdeveloperty :)04:30
Ben64what is the output of "file /path/to/your.iso"04:31
reisiodraxdeveloper: what's this say?: mount | grep -i test04:31
reisiothen it isn't mounted04:32
Ben64draxdeveloper: do mine04:32
reisiodraxdeveloper: do Ben64's, but do it like this: 'file TheSims4UFPA.iso'04:32
Ben64pretty much what i said04:33
Ben64oh, that's a pirated iso04:33
Ben64i'm out04:33
draxdeveloperok, ty anyway04:34
kenrinHow do you know it is pirated ?04:34
Ben64google the iso name04:34
dskwhi, i'm experimenting using a preseed file with ubuntu 16.04 mini ISO for installation. manually, i'd select 'Ubuntu standard utilities' and 'Xubuntu minimal installation'. for my preseed file, i included "d-i tasksel/first multiselect ubuntu-standard, xubuntu-core" but xubuntu didn't get installed. what's the entry for tasksel if i'd like to get xbuntu core installed?04:35
gelei007hi ,guys,i have a question , i  add a user named "user1" ,then i want to change its name to "user2",how can i did it,hope someone can help me04:41
reisiogelei007: usermod04:43
reisiothough it might be simpler to useradd user2 anew, and migrate any data you care about04:43
kenrinusermod -l <newname> -d /home/<newname> -m <oldname>04:44
kenrinHopefully not a user you are logged in as04:46
Neil_Can't get Server 14.04 to mount a EXT3 (GPT) drive: "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdc1"04:50
gelei007<reisio>:thanks,i decide to use usermod04:51
jeffrey_ffirst time in a long time I've used bluetooth to send a picture from my phone to my laptop.  First time doing the same with the phone and this laptop.  The picture sent ok, but was painfully slow.  Any suggestions??05:00
arannin nethogs in ubuntu why it showing unknown tcp05:04
reisiojeffrey_f: why not just use wireless/sftp05:04
arannplease help nethogs showing unknown ip's  where data is recieving isthere  my machine pwned or what05:06
jeffrey_fI can't at the moment.  at work using their wifi and no access to other connected hosts.05:06
theoremso .. this is odd.  I am using 16.0405:06
theoremmy interfaces get IP addresses and I get default routes05:06
jeffrey_farann: I can't at the moment.  at work using their wifi and no access to other connected hosts.05:07
theorembut I can't use the interface until the UI "network manager" says that they're 'up' -- some 60-120 seconds after the UI starts05:07
arannno problem05:07
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jeffrey_ffirst time in a long time I've used bluetooth to send a picture from my phone to my laptop.  First time doing the same with this phone and this laptop.  The picture sent ok, but was painfully slow.  Any suggestions??05:27
Spookanjeffrey_f: What phone?05:28
herveySo which channels have the most activity?05:34
lotuspsychje!ot | hervey05:34
ubottuhervey: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!05:34
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jeffrey_fSpookan: Samsung Note 505:39
Spookanjeffrey_f: Ok, sorry i cant help with that. I only use Iphone..05:40
jeffrey_fSpookan: No problem.  I've done this with other phones and never seen it this slow.  Thanks though05:45
Spookanjeffrey_f: What about dropbox or something like that?05:47
estumpedAny ideas why I get LVM not active yet...using direct...during sysinit...recovering journal...clearing orphaned inode...dev mapper etc at start up?05:53
estumpedjustcheckin: hello.05:55
justcheckinyour irc is confusing05:56
TravellerTerraceErm....hello there. I'm kinda new to ubuntu and linux. I know how to run the command line, I know what sudo is, but...I'm not sure where to properly start with linux.05:56
reisiowhatcha wanna do?05:57
lotuspsychje!manual | TravellerTerrace05:57
ubottuTravellerTerrace: 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/05:57
estumpedTravellerTerrace: plenty of tutorials on youtube. find the latest.05:57
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TravellerTerraceAh, alright. Thanks, Lotus and stumped.05:58
lotuspsychjeTravellerTerrace: the most of linux programs/commands also have a manpage (manual)05:58
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lotuspsychje!man | TravellerTerrace05:59
ubottuTravellerTerrace: The "man" command brings up the Linux manual pages for the command you're interested in. Try "man intro" at the  command line, or see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal | Manpages online: http://manpages.ubuntu.com/05:59
TravellerTerraceAlright. Is there a manual for trusty?05:59
lotuspsychjeTravellerTerrace: there are wiki's for specific ubuntu versions yes06:00
TravellerTerraceAlright, thanks.06:01
rwilco121uDoes anyone have tips for installing a very old program? All I have is the tar.gz2 file, and I tried following the normal method/instructions, and I tried to install all of the dependencies, but....still many errors.06:03
lotuspsychjeTravellerTerrace: dont be affraid to experiment yourself, the best learning school will be your own experience06:03
TravellerTerraceAh, alright...06:03
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: its recommended to install package versions, specific for your ubuntu version06:04
TravellerTerraceI just don't want to end up typing in the wrong thing and end up bricking my machine.06:04
lotuspsychjeTravellerTerrace: you cant brick your machine so easy, and if you do...its gonna be learning also :p06:04
rwilco121upackage versions?06:05
TravellerTerraceI just don't got the money to brick this.06:05
TravellerTerraceBut, uh...thanks.06:05
rwilco121uI might be able to find an old rpm, but I didn't think that would work either06:05
TravellerTerraceI'm just more..overwhelmed at what I can do, so I don't really know...where to go from the start.06:05
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: yes every ubuntu version has specific package versions to install from repos06:06
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: what program is it you seek?06:06
rwilco121uIs it better to try to find the rpm, rather than trying recompiling?06:06
drewerySo I use curl and depend on another site to return me my external ip. Is there a more straight forward way to do this? without using ifconfig & awk etc?06:06
rwilco121uI need to install gramps-3.0.x06:06
lotuspsychje!info gramps | rwilco121u06:06
ubotturwilco121u: gramps (source: gramps): Genealogical research program. In component universe, is optional. Version 4.2.2~dfsg-1 (xenial), package size 6157 kB, installed size 37663 kB06:06
rwilco121uI need to install 3.0.x in order to open an old database file which the new versions cannot open06:07
estumpedTravellerTerrace: Just recalled, check with edX. I believe they offer a Linux course, FREE!06:07
TravellerTerraceOh? I'll check that out right now.06:07
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: like i said, its not recommended to mix package versions06:07
dreweryYes, they do, I think it should be through linux foundation.06:08
dreweryIf not check coursera, they might have linux foundation. I remember seeing them.06:08
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: if the recent gramps version cant do what you need, i suggest a new !bug06:08
rwilco121uWhat is !bug06:09
lotuspsychje!bug | rwilco121u06:09
ubotturwilco121u: 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.06:09
rwilco121uIt is not a bug06:09
rwilco121uI used an old version of gramps to make a family tree a long, long time ago06:09
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: you say you cant open a database with the new gramps?06:09
rwilco121uI have the data, but the file format is not compatabile with new versions06:09
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: so its a bug..06:10
rwilco121uI can open it in the old version of gramps, and then export it to a file format compatable with the newer versions06:10
rwilco121uNo, it's not a bug.....it's just an old format which is no longer used06:10
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rwilco121uI can use the old version to export to a different format, and then open with the newer version06:11
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: if the newer gramps cant export/convert/open older supported formats that sounds like a bug06:11
rwilco121uIt's really not a bug......06:11
rwilco121uThe older file format has simply been abandoned for a different way of tracking the data06:11
EriC^^rwilco121u: try to download the older .deb from archive.ubuntu.com and try to manually satisfy the dependencies using apt-get install <package>06:12
lotuspsychjerwilco121u: its your system..do what you like but installing older gramps version will get you dependecie nightmare and security issues06:12
rwilco121uThere are no .deb files06:12
rwilco121uI don't know why....only tar.gz2 files06:12
rwilco121uI don't mind security issues....I can do this in a virtual machine, I only need to do it one time to get the data06:12
EriC^^rwilco121u: will 3.2 work?06:13
EriC^^gramps 3.2.0-106:13
rwilco121uThe website says 3.0.x06:14
rwilco121uwas the last version that supported it06:14
rwilco121u3.0.0 or 3.0.1 or 3.0.2 etc06:14
EriC^^rwilco121u: gramps heaven http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gramps/06:15
rwilco121uI did try one of the older ones, but it wasn't old enough...06:15
EriC^^they have 1.0 even06:15
EriC^^rwilco121u: download this http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/g/gramps/gramps_3.0.1-1_all.deb06:15
rwilco121uI'll try that06:15
rwilco121uThanks so much :)06:15
EriC^^then type dpkg -I gramps_3.0......deb and it should show the list of dependencies06:15
rwilco121uok, I'll give it a try06:16
EriC^^try to manually install them and hope the new packages in the repo still satisfy them, otherwise you'll need to manually install the older dependencies, if you do it in a vm that would be great06:16
estumpedDid a fresh usb install of lubuntu 16.04 LTS, keep getting LVM not active/dev mapper at start up. Any ideas?06:16
rwilco121uYes....I'm afraid that I will have to get old versions of some of the dependencies too, but hopefully not06:17
rwilco121uThanks for your help :)06:17
tripkinI am having trouble with an upstart job not running on a new server. The old server where it is ruuning is Ubuntu 14.04, as is the new server. When I attempt to run a job using "sudo start utserver" I get the response "start: Job failed to start". I have posted the .conf and job files at http://hastebin.com/miwegeyobi.bash if there is someone who can help with it.06:17
EriC^^rwilco121u: no problem :)06:18
brelodtripkin, have u tried 'sudo service utserver start' ?06:20
tripkinbrelod, yes with the same result.06:20
brelodtripkin, is this the whole msg u get or there is a logfile specification somewhere?06:22
estumpedtripkin: Have you checked permissions?06:22
tripkinbrelod, I did not see a log in /var/logs/upstart.06:23
tripkinestumped, what permissions should they have? Both the conf and job are symlinked to the main files in my home directory. Just going to check perms on the links...06:24
tripkinestumped, both links are owned by root:root and have all permissions set to 777 in etc/init and etc/init.d06:25
tripkinutserver-upstart.conf is owned by me, 744 and utserver_upstart_job is owned by me with 766.06:26
estumpedtripkin: hmmm, maybe the should be owned by same? either 744 or 766? guessing.06:29
tripkinOn the old server, utserver_upstart_job is in /lib/init and is owned by root with perms 766, conf in in my home directory with 744. Does the upstart job need to be owned by root?06:30
tripkinI would not have thought that mattered since it is only reading the file.06:31
estumpedtripkin: give it a try. give permissions to same.06:31
tripkinI am trying it now.06:31
onboarderror: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/bin/ping;574e819f: cpio: cap_set_file06:33
onboardwhy report is issue06:33
tripkinestumped, no change - same error. Upstart had already created the job /lib/init/upstart_job so I linked to that as well as to the utserver one I move into that directory. Same result each time.06:41
onboarderror: unpacking of archive failed on file /usr/bin/ping;574e819f: cpio: cap_set_file06:42
onboardanyone have idea?06:43
hateballonboard: what does "df -h" say?06:43
onboardFilesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on06:43
onboarddevtmpfs         16G     0   16G   0% /dev06:43
onboardtmpfs            16G     0   16G   0% /dev/shm06:43
onboardtmpfs            16G  904K   16G   1% /run06:43
onboardtmpfs            16G     0   16G   0% /sys/fs/cgroup06:43
onboard/dev/sda16       50G   30G   17G  64% /06:43
estumpedtripkin: have you tried un-install/re-install mySQL?06:44
tripkinIt looks like upstart-job is generic to all upstart jobs, and all the action happens in the conf. That must be where my problem is.06:44
Househi all, does xenial's version of "nc -z" report?  i think the util was rewritten recently, and I'm not sure why im not seeing "Connection to example.com 80 port [tcp/*] succeeded!"06:47
Housereport success*06:47
brelodestumped, why actually mysql? what is common with utserver?06:48
jnhghyI'm using ubuntu 16.04 just installed and when I print from libre office writer even when I specify I want only on page and one copy the printer prints about 15 copies, anyone heard of something like this? any idea?06:48
robert__anyone using irssi? is there a good way to get a list of servers in irssi?06:48
lyze!pastebin | onboard06:48
ubottuonboard: 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.06:48
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onboardhateball, http://paste.ubuntu.com/16884864/06:51
tripkinestumped, can you see anything wrong with the .conf I pasted? The directory structure exists and the utserver exec is in the folder.06:51
estumpedtripkin: what was that link?06:53
tripkinestumped, http://hastebin.com/miwegeyobi.bash06:53
tripkinestumped, it is the first 11 lines.06:54
estumpedtripkin: by any chance, is this cloud related?06:54
tripkinNope. All files and folders are local to the system.06:55
tripkinthe home folder is a different lv that root, and is mounted there in fstab, but that is it.06:55
tripkinthat / than06:56
estumpedtripkin: how abt buffers? clearing caches?06:56
tripkinestumped, how do I go about doing that06:57
jnhghyhow do I install lppasswd on ubuntu 16.04? I get an "Unable to locate" error when trying apt-get install lppasswd06:59
xangua!info lppasswd07:00
ubottuPackage lppasswd does not exist in xenial07:00
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KpuCkojnhghy Provided by: cups-client_1.5.2-9ubuntu1_i386 bug07:01
jnhghyKpuCko: what should I understand from that? there is a bug in cups?07:02
jnhghyhow can I add a printer in cups? cups can't authentificate my admin user what can I do?07:03
tripkinestumped, finally found an entry in syslog -> D'oh!  init: Failed to spawn utserver main process: unable to execute: No such file or directory07:03
estumpedtripkin: this might help. http://tecadmin.net/flush-memory-cache-on-linux-server/07:04
tripkinThanks estumped, I will give it a look.07:04
estumpedtripkin: say what? ;)07:04
tripkinestumped, funny thing is both the file and directory exist with the same permissions as on the old server, so I don't know why it is complaining.07:05
estumpedtripkin: it's probably something simple like a buffer or ram  issue.07:09
jnhghycups can't authentificate my only admin user error logs show  pam_authenticate() returned 7 (Authentication failure) I checked and my user is part of the lpadmin group, is there anything I can do?07:10
dramaxangua, find out about lppasswd?07:15
tripkinestumped, when I ls -al the directory, I get utserver -> utserver.30470 and utserver.30470 also exists. I get the same message if I run 30470 directly as well.07:15
tripkinestumped, both files have the same permissions as exist on the old server as well.07:16
tripkinestumped, rebooting the server to see if magic happens.07:17
estumpedtripkin: fingers crossed.07:17
auronandacetripkin: what release are you using for your new server compared to your old one?07:18
tripkinauronandace, old: 14.04.2 and new: 14.04.407:19
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tripkinestumped, Nice, after reboot the job has become unknown. It became unregistered. 8'(07:21
pashok2398Hi, i have 14.04 configured with sss and Windows AD, everything looks fine and im able to connect ssh, however i cannot login to lightdm with ad user. any ideas? thanks07:21
estumpedtripkin: say what? :(07:22
tripkinestumped, I know. Crazy. I am at somewhat of a loss at the moment. Fortunately, this is not a critical service. I would like to know what is going on, however.07:22
pesaripashok2398: check /var/log/auth.log for clues..07:22
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estumpedtripkin: that is crazy. have you ever had this unregistered response before?07:27
pashok2398[system] Rejected send message, 2 matched rules; type="method_return", sender=":1.11" (uid=0 pid=2360 comm="lightdm ") interface="(unset)" member="(unset)" error name="(unset)" requested_reply="0" destination=":1.233" (uid=1000 pid=16221 comm="/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/indicator-session/indica")07:27
tripkinestumped, not that I can remember. I originally set this up back in 2011 and I had problems with the utorrent config, but upstart and all was pretty straightforward as I recall.07:28
estumpedtripkin: maybe stick to same version?07:29
tripkinestumped, I see that some of my dat files are actually owned by root on the old server and I see that I am now the owner on the new server. Maybe that is causing utorrent to have issues. Going to have to do some testing. No point worrying about upstart, etc until I can run the server. Thanks for your help, and you as well auronandace. I will get the rest of it figured out and if I am still having problems with upstart I will come back.07:32
estumpedtripkin: good luck!07:33
tripkinestumped, I would not have thought that such a minor change in version numbers would cause so many issues! Thanks.07:33
estumpedtripkin: me neither. i hope that is the issue and nothing harder. :)07:37
notadeveloperhey hi ho07:40
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Guest54126who are you ?07:52
Guest54126what are you doing ?07:54
Guest54126where are you come from ?07:55
Guest54126i come from china07:55
east_someone pls help08:01
east_I dont see the group to join08:01
madpenguinhello , I'm running into difficulty with /etc/network/interfaces , acutally use bonding active-backup somtimes after reboot , will occurs "no default gateway"08:06
MacroManIs there a difference between 'update-grub' and 'update-grub2'? Both seem to do the same thing and have the same man page08:06
auronandaceMacroMan: no difference, one points to the other08:07
MacroManauronandace, Huh. Another Ubuntu oddity. Thanks.08:09
auronandaceMacroMan: it's a grub oddity08:09
MacroManlol. It's another (insert system) oddity08:10
archer121I need to run a python program that uses pyqt5 on ubuntu 14.04. I have been trying for somethime with no success. How do i do this?08:16
ubuntu-matei am ubuntu user, now i am installing ubuntu-mate to my computer!08:17
ubuntu-matewhat are there the different mate vs Gnome ?08:19
auronandaceubuntu-mate: the quickest way to find out is to try both08:19
effectnetholy cow my file syncer program i like for backing up stuff is written in linux too.  i am messing with it now08:19
ubuntu-matemy computer can't not run two OS08:21
auronandaceubuntu-mate: you don't need 2 OS to try mate and gnome-shell08:22
ubuntu-matewhat i to do ?08:24
auronandaceubuntu-mate: install both desktop environments and logout to select which one to login to08:25
ubuntu-matei know, i was both two and more environments on my computer but i don't feel the different!08:27
effectnetneat i just ran a backup.  wasn't even knowing i could08:27
ubuntu-matebut i see KDE is heighest08:28
ubuntu-matemate easy use08:29
archer121I am supposed to set up wifi on a bunch of all-in-one PCs. Trangely enough, one machine does not connect to the wifi AP. It detects the ap, but doesnot connect to it. How do I debug?09:06
archer121I am currently trying a newer kernel (linux-image-generic-lts-xenial)09:06
YankDownUnderarcher121: Are all the machines the same version of Ubuntu - and all at the same level of update/upgrade?09:09
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Bent0Anyone know why this does not work? nagios ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/service tmp-api restart09:13
Bent0When I do sudo -u nagios /usr/bin/service tmp-api restart I get permission denied09:13
Bent0Restarting daemon: tmp-apistart-stop-daemon: warning: failed to kill 30417: Operation not permitted09:14
archer121I installed 'linux-image-generic-lts-xenial'. How do I remove it?09:19
k1l_archer121: remove that package09:20
archer121k1l_: But then when I do a update-grub2, the xenial kernel is still there!09:20
k1l_archer121: "lsb_release -d" gives what output?09:21
archer121Description:Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS09:21
k1l_"dpkg -l | grep linux-image | nc termbin.com 9999" and show the url here please09:22
archer121k1l_: http://pastebin.com/T0KzDnuJ nc command doesnot seem to work09:25
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effectneti wanna see what filesystem is my windows partition09:26
k1l_archer121: sudo apt purge linux-image-generic-lts-xenial09:27
k1l_effectnet: "sudo parted -l"09:27
archer121k1l_: apt-get purge?09:28
k1l_archer121: or you installed the 4.4 kernel manually. so it was marked as manually installed and will not be removed when the meta package is removed. so you need to run "sudo apt purge linux-image-4.4.0-22-generic"09:28
archer121k1l_: I installed with apt.09:29
linux-ubuntutürkler nerdesiniz09:30
k1l_!tr | linux-ubuntu09:30
ubottulinux-ubuntu: Turk ubuntu kullanıcıları, Türkçe yardım ya da geyik için /join #ubuntu-tr hizmetinizde.09:30
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archer121k1l_: Now I see that kernel 3.9 (lts-vivid) is also installed.09:33
archer121How do I remove it, k1l_09:34
k1l_archer121: what?09:34
k1l_archer121: please show the complete output of "dpkg -l | grep linux-image" and "ls -al /boot"09:34
archer121k1l_: wait a minute.09:35
archer121http://pastebin.com/ViA9jmdJ k1l_  I want to have just the kernel that normally comes with 14.0409:37
k1l_archer121: you did have installed: linux-image-generic-lts-vivid too.09:38
k1l_now run "sudo apt purge linux-image-3.19.0-25-generic"09:38
archer121k1l_: Someone before me.09:38
archer121k1l_: That's what I thought too, you need to see this: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16886313/09:40
archer121k1l_: y/n?09:40
k1l_archer121: n09:42
archer121k1l_: So, now what?09:43
k1l_archer121: first run "sudo apt purge linux-image-generic-lts-vivid"09:43
archer121k1l_: Package 'linux-image-generic-lts-vivid' is not installed, so not removed09:43
k1l_archer121: first run "sudo apt purge linux-headers-generic-lts-vivid linux-signed-generic-lts-vivid linux-signed-image-generic-lts-vivid"09:46
reevHii, I have installed ubuntu 14.04 on my SD card (/dev/mmcblk0p1 being /boot and /dev/mmcblk0p2 /) and when i reboot it after, it drops me to EFI shell since bios is booting to efi shell rather than OS , How can i bypass this efi shell09:47
archer121k1l_: It seems to have done the job!09:47
reevI tried this http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2223856&page=309:48
reevbut i am failing at grub-install --boot-directory=/mnt/system/boot --bootloader-id=ubuntu  --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/mnt/system/boot/efi --recheck  --debug /dev/sda09:48
k1l_reev: can your laptop boot from sdcard?09:48
archer121k1l_: Can you confir that my laptop will boot fine? http://paste.ubuntu.com/16886401/09:49
solomon_i need help09:49
reevk1l: I have iball splendo pc on stick09:49
archer121k1l_: confirm*09:49
archer121solomon_: Hi, what is your porblem?09:50
reevk1l_:  error is /mnt/system/boot/efi doesn't look an EFI partition09:50
k1l_archer121: you only have that 3.13 kernel now. if your system works with that it will boot it.09:50
solomon_i try to copy a file from my drive to microSD card, but it dont work09:50
archer121k1l_: It should work, right?09:50
solomon_what i get is "Destination is read only" how will i fix it09:51
k1l_solomon_: "mount | nc termbin.com 9999"09:51
reevk1l_: ?09:52
solomon_i dont get u kil09:52
k1l_solomon_: "Destination is read only"  is your error. that explains it.09:53
YankDownUndersolomon_: Type in a CLI: "mount | nc termbin.com 9999"09:53
solomon_i should connect to termbin?09:57
k1l_solomon_: that command will paste an url. please show that url in here.09:58
k1l_hmm, that sdcard is mounted "rw" so it is not an issue10:00
solomon_yea but still i cant copy a file onto it10:00
guido1set irc.server.freenode.nicks10:11
triggquick question regarding building ubuntu kernel from git source. How can I build the kernel source deb package10:22
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sabrehagensxhdk is not in the 16.04 repository. how do i add it to my repository sources? i found this: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/yakkety/+source/sxhkd10:36
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Ben64sabrehagen: find a ppa or compile it yourself10:38
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sabrehagenBen64: can you suggest your favourite guide please?10:38
Ben64guide for what10:38
sabrehagen finding a ppa or compiling10:41
sabrehagenpls. i am nub.10:41
Ben64then maybe you shouldn't be messing with 3rd party stuff10:41
Tegupeople seem to lile botting here, so10:41
ubottuA Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge10:41
vltHello. On Ubuntu 16.04 I apt install’ed the packages ubuntu-desktop and vnc4server. When I start a vncserver session and connect to it I don’t get a terminal window. x-terminal-emulator (listed in ~/.vnc.xstartup) links to usr/bin/gnome-terminal.wrapper (a bash script which should eventually invoke gnome-terminal (a python script which eventually should invoke /usr/bin/gnome-terminal.real)). Any idea how10:48
vltto get a working desktop ar at least a terminal?10:48
Snowiehowdy. Archives down or just me? Tried AU and Main10:49
alexdebhi guys, could someone help me out on how to properly compile gstreamer 1.8.1 from source under Ubuntu 14.04 x64? I'm not familiar enough with the process of building from sources. What I could find so far are general instructions for LFS - http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/cvs/multimedia/gstreamer10.html would that be enough?10:52
k1lSnowie: can you show the output of "sudo apt update" on paste.ubuntu.com ?10:52
Snowiek1l: sure. sec10:54
bazhangalexdeb, why compile, just install from repos10:54
vltOk, now I added "xterm &" to ~/.vnc/xstartup and get a terminal.  When I try to run gnome-session I get "(process:1314): dconf-CRITICAL **: unable to create directory /run/user/0/dconf: Permission denied.  dconf will not work properly" and after a timeout of ~5 seconds the input prompt again. No gnome session. How to start the desktop session?10:54
Snowiek1l: and apt, not apt-get?10:54
k1lSnowie: yes10:55
Snowiek1l: turns out i dont have pastebinit installed unless there is an alternative allready available. just hangs at connecting to archive.ubuntu.com. Weirdly some stuff seems to be hit ok.10:57
Snowieie, sudo apt-get install pastebinit.10:57
Tomatosoup1NMI watchdog: BUG soft lockup - CPU stuck for 23s  - any ideas why this occurs ? im installing ubuntu on my laptop10:58
Snowieip 2001:67c:1360:8001::1710:58
k1lSnowie: just copy the text with the mouse and paste it onto paste.ubuntu.com10:58
alexdebbazhang: from what I understand, ubuntu repo (http://www.linuxfromscratch.org/blfs/view/cvs/multimedia/gstreamer10.html) only provides GStreamer 1.2.4 for Trusty Thar. 1.8.1 is for Xenial. I need to stick to Trusty, however, due to other software components10:59
Snowielooks like a lock issue perhaps.10:59
k1lSnowie: any other terminal or software centers opened? please close them and run again11:00
Snowiek1l ok. im on irssi so brb if that doesnt work, thanks11:01
alexdebbazhang: or is it possible to install the 1.8.1 package designed for Xenial on Trusty?11:01
T4E|BeatStopHello everybody! :)11:02
bazhangalexdeb, thats not recommended nor supported11:02
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MatthiasW27hello :D11:03
alexdebbazhang: so.. compiling from source it is?11:03
bazhangalexdeb, yes,what may I ask requires that gstreamer version11:04
BluesKajHowdy all11:05
Snowiek1l: still slow response. Been hanging for ages now. http://paste.ubuntu.com/16887504/11:05
TheSilentLinkhello what is the command to go back a directory in terminal?11:06
Snowiek1l: switched to main as similar behaviour on au server, which makes me think it's actuall me11:06
EriC^^TheSilentLink: cd ..11:07
k1lSnowie: could be an ipv6 routing issue from your ISP11:07
alexdebbazhang: it's the decklink modules (reside in gstreamer's bad plugin) for interacting with the BlackMagic  grabber cards that were rewritten and fixed in GStreamer 1.7.211:07
TheSilentLinkEriC^^: thanks11:07
Snowiek1l: when the problem first presented it was showing ipv4 addresses so yeah, maybe they are playing with a link in between or some such, DNS Server or something.11:08
TheSilentLinkEriC^^: so to rename a file I can use mv right?11:08
EriC^^TheSilentLink: yeah11:08
k1lSnowie: add a "-o Acquire::ForceIPv4=true"  so its forced to use ipv411:08
TheSilentLinkEriC^^: ok thanks11:09
alexdebbazhang: I verified the functionality with Xenial, as it ships with 1.8.1, now I somehow need to incorporate that in Trusty11:09
Snowiek1l: ok to try that while trying to fix the broken i was installing too. im literally missing 240kb of 1.5g. So $ sudo apt-get install flightgear --fix-missing -o Aquire::ForceIPv4=true   ??11:10
k1lSnowie: no. first try on "sudo apt udpate" to force to ipv411:11
vltWhat is the command to start the Ubuntu Desktop when I’m in a plain X session (and xterm window)?11:11
MatthiasW27i have a problem with my ubuntu 16.04 LTS11:12
MatthiasW27can anybody help?11:12
Snowiek1l: sorry, did i get that wrong, still trying v6 addr http://paste.ubuntu.com/16887641/11:13
SwedeMike!ask | MatthiasW2711:13
ubottuMatthiasW27: 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 !patience11:13
k1lSnowie: hmmm11:13
Snowiek1l: i neede the quotes right11:13
MatthiasW27okay. sorry11:14
MatthiasW27!ask | Snowie11:15
ubottuSnowie: 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 !patience11:15
\9please don't do that11:15
bazhanghe left11:15
k1lSnowie: "sudo apt-get -o Acquire::ForceIPv4=true update"11:16
Snowiek1l: looks promising, no errors (except that googles signatures need updating from SHA1). Will try to fix the broken now.11:17
k1lSnowie: "sudo apt-get -o Acquire::ForceIPv4=true dist-upgrade" first11:18
Snowiek1l: dist-upgrade? i have only ever seen that used to get to the latest version. How is that different from flat upgrade11:18
auronandace!dist-upgrade | Snowie11:19
ubottuSnowie: A dist-upgrade will install new dependencies for packages already installed and may remove packages if they are no longer needed. This will not bring you to a new release of Ubuntu, see !upgrade if that is your intention.11:19
k1lSnowie: that will not bring you from 14.04 to 1.604 or such. it will just update all pacakges11:19
JediMasterhi guys, what's the command in 16.04 to start/stop and restart php7-fpm?11:19
Snowiek1l: allready on 16.04, thanks for the clarification though. important distinction11:19
JediMasterupstart seems broken after the upgrade to 16.04, and I can't see any /etc/init/ files for php11:21
auronandace!systemd | JediMaster11:21
ubottuJediMaster: systemd is the default init system for Ubuntu 15.04 onwards. For information on transitioning from upstart to systemd, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SystemdForUpstartUsers For a guide to basic service management with systemd, see https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-systemctl-to-manage-systemd-services-and-units11:21
Snowiek1l: success. so if i am right, now $ sudo apt-get -o Aquire::ForceIPv4=true install flightgear --fix-missing        correct?11:21
JediMasterauronandace, never mind, I realised, it's installed php7.0 but not the -fpm package on upgrade =)11:22
k1lSnowie: try without the --fix missing first11:23
k1lSnowie: if it stops on error. then only run "sudo apt-get -o Aquire::ForceIPv4=true install -f"11:24
Snowiek1l: yeah, it correctly identified it was only 200ish kb short anyway and is now installing the DL packages. THANKS SO MUCH K1L :)11:24
Snowiek1l: thanks again. have a good night, or whatever it is where you are :)11:27
R13oseHow do I capture / grab this video: http://aptn.ca/news/2016/05/31/grassy-toronto/ which is in a flash player?11:27
HackerIIR13ose:  video download helper has a screen capture built in11:28
HackerIIfor firefox11:28
R13oselet me look into that11:28
vltThe order of top’s Mem used and free is reversed now?!11:38
R13oseHackerII: I tried that, and when I viewed the capture video, the flash player didn't show up.11:38
HackerIIR13ose:  is the site using youtube, or, thier own player11:39
R13oseHackerII: there own player11:40
ilpollojoin hi, i need enter to the spanish chanel please, thanks11:40
vlt!es | ilpollo11:40
ubottuilpollo: 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.11:40
ilpollo#ubuntu -es11:41
ilpollojoin #ubuntu-es11:41
YankDownUnderilpollo: Type: "/join #ubuntu-es"11:41
HackerIIR13ose:  its hit and miss, its been a while since ive done it, its being able to pinpoint the video in setings, go through the setings and manual and itl give directions.11:41
R13oseHackerII: I tried that and didn't work out.11:45
HackerIIdid you try goping full screen with the video ?11:46
HackerIIit has its own folder also, look for it11:46
HackerIIalso, some addons may block it, check and see11:47
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ashrovHI, what is the right command to connect via ssh with user and password like this? Vom1#? I tried to use ( ssh myuser:Vom1#@<my ip> ?)11:50
R13oseHackerII: okay11:50
YankDownUnderssh -l username password11:50
Myrttiashrov: I doubt adding the password will work, if you want to automate it, you're better off with a key/identity file11:51
YankDownUnderashrov: https://chrisjean.com/ssh-tutorial-for-ubuntu-linux/11:53
ashrovthe problem is the unique character such as #11:54
ashrovcan I encoded it ?11:54
YankDownUnderashrov: Would it not be easy to read through the page that I sent, or would you prefer that I do so, and completely provide you with all the answers for you - like making an instant cup of coffee?11:55
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R13oseHackerII: I tried that and didn't do anything.11:56
ashrovthank you very much for both , I read it, and I see only reference to file11:57
ashrovI don't want to use file, I want to use it in one command11:57
ioriaashrov, you want to insert password on command line ?  sshpass , but not very secure11:58
Myrttiashrov: that's not really possible11:58
ioria!info sshpass11:58
ubottusshpass (source: sshpass): Non-interactive ssh password authentication. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.05-1 (xenial), package size 9 kB, installed size 50 kB11:58
Myrttiapart from sshpass, which is ... well. what it is11:59
Myrttithe information of the package is quite telling11:59
irwissjust use hunter212:06
ShekelbergCan I pick someone's brain for a sec?12:07
ShekelbergI'm running ubuntu 16.04, and I've read that the OS can recognise ZFS. At the moment, I have a drive with ZFS that I need to recover data from. Windows recognises the drive, but no data. Ubuntu doesn't register the drive. Any tips?12:09
ikoniaShekelberg: how are you trying to use it ? have you imported the disk into a pool ? or just trying to mount it as a disk12:11
ShekelbergIkonia: I'm not sure what I'm doing tbh. the ZFS disk was attached to a NAS4free box, which isn't reading the drive properly, hence why I want to recover as much as I can from the drive, and then bump the drive back to NTFS12:12
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ducasseShekelberg: read the zpool man page, especially the part on 'import'.12:13
Shekelbergducasse: dows it need to be in a pool to even see the disk? the OS doesn't even recognise that the drive has been plugged in12:14
ioriaShekelberg,  you  can  check   dmesg | tail  after replugging it12:14
Shekelbergioria: I'm quite new to linux. how do I do that?12:15
ioriaShekelberg,  replug the disk, and in terminal run  dmesg | tail12:15
ioriaShekelberg,  usb connected, right ?12:16
Shekelbergioria: yeah12:16
SeventhSkyi have any question...12:17
Shekelbergioria: what am I looking for?12:17
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ioriaShekelberg,  the last lines... 'attached ' or similar12:18
SeventhSkyanyone have suggestion?? how to by pass limited connection on ubuntu12:18
ashrovthank you12:18
ShekelbergSeventhsky: sounds like you're having a network issue. Likelyhood is that the problem is on the router12:19
ioriaShekelberg,  you can paste the result on paste.ubuntu.com12:19
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SeventhSkyno I use public wifi...but there is someone get full bandwidth now im just get 40kbps...12:19
Shekelbergioria: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16889118/12:19
Shekelbergseventhsky: could be anything. the owner of the router could have blocked access, you could be too far aweay from the AP... It's a network issue12:20
Shekelbergseventhsky: could even be that theres a heavy load on the AP12:21
SeventhSkyShekelberg there is no i can do?12:21
ioriaShekelberg,  should be sdb ... don't know zfs thought maybe you need zfsutils-linux12:22
ShekelbergSeventhsky: unlikely, as it's a network issue12:22
ShekelbergSeventhsky: talk to the network administrator12:22
SeventhSkymaybe kick him from the AP12:22
SeventhSkymay be i must talk to the routers technission12:23
ioriaShekelberg,  have you tried to mount it '12:23
Shekelbergioria: I don't know how I'd do that :/12:24
Billy_Hello all.12:27
SeventhSkyBilly_ hello12:27
Billy_Hello SeventhSky, anyone here good with setting up a VPN, on a spare ip of a dedi server?12:28
ioriaShekelberg,  http://frommelmak.com/how-to-mount-a-zfs-drive-in-linux.html12:29
dgadd523Hi can't run the following command: sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-`uname -r` linux-generic - what am I missing?12:30
bhuddahdgadd523: what do you mean with "can't run"?12:31
k1ldgadd523: are you sure that command is meant for ubutu?12:32
Billy_dgadd523, does for example, "sudo apt-get install cowsay" work? - just to check apt-get is not borken.12:32
k1l!find linux-restricted-modules12:32
ubottuFile linux-restricted-modules found in xdiagnose12:32
Shekelbergioria: it still doesn't see it. I'll just cut my losses and whipe the drive, rebuild my music and video collection from scratch12:32
dgadd523I get an error E: Unable to locate package linux-restricted-modules-4.4.0-23-generic12:32
dgadd523E: Couldn't find any package by glob 'linux-restricted-modules-4.4.0-23-generic'12:32
k1lthat are no ubuntu packages dgadd52312:32
dgadd523E: Couldn't find any package by regex 'linux-restricted-modules-4.4.0-23-generic12:32
k1ldgadd523: where did you get that command from?12:33
Shekelbergioria: thanks anyway dude, you've been really helpful :)12:33
dgadd523Ububntu Sound Howto12:33
ioriaShekelberg,  np, good luck12:33
Shekelbergioria: have a good one!12:33
Billy_dgadd523 is it saying linux-restricted is being kept back? try :sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:33
ioriaShekelberg,  you too12:33
k1lBilly_: no. there are no such packages on ubuntu.12:33
C_minusI'm getting an error message when trying to open up an encrypted folder with encfs http://paste.ubuntu.com/16889550/12:34
k1ldgadd523: are you sure its not "ubuntu-restricted-extras"?12:34
SeventhSkyBilly_ sprry i never use vpn ....12:37
SeventhSkyBilly_ so i can't give any suggestion...12:37
dgadd523xdiagnose gives hundreds of lines of info12:37
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k1ldgadd523: that howto is wrong12:37
C_minusWhat is fuse? It seems I don't have it? I need it to decrypt my folder?12:38
Billy_SeventhSky, no worries. I just wanted to set up a vpn for when im out and about on public wifi hotspots, where I am they are getting rather rubbish. I have a unused IP on my dedi, but it is running other things and I did not want to break the other things running on the box.12:39
Shekelbergioria: the drive finally showed up12:39
ioriaShekelberg,  changed port ?12:39
k1ldgadd523: is your howto dated to the early 2010 maybe?12:39
Shekelbergioria: yeah. That being said; its in UFS, not ZFS12:39
ioriaShekelberg,  ^_^12:39
dgadd523kil: its https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting12:40
Shekelbergioria: I know I'm being a pain, but I might need you to walk me through getting it to work12:40
k1ldgadd523: "As of 2012, much of the information on this page is outdated. Please refer to the official sound debugging guide and Ubuntu Audio Development team's pages for more up-to-date information."  at the beginning12:40
dgadd523kil: where can I find it?12:40
C_minusDoes anybody know what this error means with ENCFS encryption? http://paste.ubuntu.com/16889550/12:41
SeventhSkyanyone know?? how to install metasploit on ubuntu 14.04 LTS???12:41
k1ldgadd523: there is no such package since 7 years now. please scroll up to the starting of that page and see the warning and the links12:41
dgadd523nevermind I found it12:41
ioriaShekelberg,  http://askubuntu.com/questions/85154/mount-ufs-filesystem12:42
leehambleyI'm fighting with an ubuntu ami that we're building, the networking won't start early enough (systemd) so we miss cloudinit, and we eventually recover and get networking, but we have no sshkeys/etc because cloud-init failed12:43
leehambleycan anyone help ?12:43
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Shekelbergioria: yay, I'm getting somewhere12:45
ioriaShekelberg,  good, hang in there12:45
Shekelbergioria: thank you so much man, I can finally recover my MTA work too12:46
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ioriaShekelberg,  very well12:46
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C_minusOK - I "fixed" it. There was some xml file in the "visible" folder, and I just moved it outside. After that the encfs decrypted the folder like a charm. Can anybody tell me what was wrong?12:47
ashrovSomeone here works with Xymon?12:48
Billy_SeventhSky, still having issues with metasploit? just msg me12:49
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arsandboxcan anyone  walk me through a install of nvidia + prime please13:03
BluesKajarsandbox, open a console and do: sudo apt install nvidia-prime13:04
BluesKajarsandbox, it should be installed by default btw13:04
spaceship1726Hey guys ! I use pgAdmin and i create a new dataBase ( name is testdb)  but how I can see my db in web ?13:05
arsandboxBluesKaj, doing so13:05
arsandboxBluesKaj, ok13:06
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arsandboxBluesKaj, anything else required?13:09
ashrovHow can I check if I have a http connection to a specific destination?13:12
arsandboxBluesKaj, Installed by default? Really. Well it wasn't13:12
BluesKajarsandbox, is this an Optimus hyprid gpu equipped laptop?13:13
OerHeksashrov, "to a specific destination" ??13:14
ashrovspecific computer13:14
OerHeksplease explain13:14
ashrovSuppose I have a url with IIS, and I want to check via ubuntu the http connection to it13:15
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akis hi all. Ever since i fresh installed 16.04 I've never been notified of updates by Software Updater. Instead i should install updates manually. My settings are: Automatically check for updates: Daily-When there are security updates: Display immediately-When there are other updates: Display immediately. Under 14.04 no issue appeared. Any idea or help?13:15
OerHeksashrov, you must know the IP of url-name13:16
ashrovI know of course13:16
ashrovbut How can I check the connection of http,13:16
othutastry netstat -t13:16
BluesKajarsandbox, well, dual gpus with nvidia and intel can work and sometimes not , it''s hit or miss13:16
OerHeksashrov,  not sure what you want, if you connect with your browser, you see http .. or https13:17
ashrovI need a command of linux which do the same13:17
arsandboxBluesKaj, right. just wondering which nvidia driver, there are those in the 'additional drivers' and fair list in synaptic if you look13:18
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OerHeksashrov, totally lost here, command to do what? open webbroser?13:18
ashrovto see if I have a connection to http.13:18
BluesKajarsandbox, depends on the nvidia gpu which driver13:19
ashrovlike ssh, to connect to computer, just to check or preview13:19
OerHeksashrov,  you see the page appear on that IIS machine, or not.13:19
arsandboxBluesKaj, did try it earlier but login failed. It rebooted to the login though, but then on entering password it would freeze and come back to login13:19
othutas@ashrov: try netstat -t, that should give you the foreign address + protocol13:20
BluesKajarsandbox, ok run: lspci | grep VGA and post the nvidia gpu model number13:21
othutasSomething like this:13:21
othutastcp        0      0 Tripoli.dn.fh-koe:58505 fra15s09-in-f3.1e:https ESTABLISHED13:21
arsandboxBluesKaj, NVIDIA Corporation GM107M [GeForce GTX 960M] [10de:139b] (rev a2)13:22
Billy_Anyone here have experience with VPN servers?13:22
\9!ask | Billy_13:24
ubottuBilly_: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience13:24
BluesKajarsandbox, so how is your system working now ?13:25
arsandboxBluesKaj, it's a clean install of 14.0413:25
arsandboxBluesKaj, fully updated13:26
hateballThe nvidia driver in 14.04 is too old for 9xx series, you need a driver from PPA13:26
Billy_I need to set up a VPN on a dedi box, that has got other stuff running on it, I was looking for someone with experience of a VPN to avoid the box being Borken during install attempt. - Anyone able to help?13:26
Neil_I'm getting an error when I try to mount an EXT3 (GPT) hard drive: "wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdc1" How do I troubleshoot it? It's Ubuntu Server 14.04, command line only so there's no gparted..13:26
BluesKajarsandbox, yes, but are you getting past the login when booting13:26
arsandboxhateball, really13:27
arsandboxBluesKaj, yes, but nvidia is not installed13:27
arsandboxBluesKaj, install was with 'nomodeset' to get a UI for install13:27
hateballarsandbox: here's a oneliner you can try if you like. do note that PPA are not officially supported: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nvidia-36713:28
fribi am connecting to an openVPN server in ubuntu 14.04 but once connected cannot ping any devices except my own.  What can I do to fix this? thanks13:29
arsandboxBluesKaj, unable to locate nvidia-36713:30
BluesKajarsandbox, yeah try the nvidia-36413:31
BluesKajyou have to run sudo apt update after installing the ppa13:32
arsandboxBluesKaj, I know, it's running now13:34
arsandboxBluesKaj, if it goes south, what can I do to avoid re-install13:34
computer1people anyone knows where i can go to ask a question about SSH and PUTTY?13:34
Billy_!ask | computer113:35
ubottucomputer1: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience13:35
BluesKajarsandbox, it's hard to tell, hyprid graphics is a  gamble on linux13:36
computer1how do i transfer a file from my ubuntu to another which is connected through PUTTY?13:36
hateball!scp | computer113:36
ubottucomputer1: scp is a secure way of copying files across networks using !SSH. Usage: scp filename user@host:filename - WinSCP is a client for Windows, available at http://winscp.net/13:36
k1lcomputer1: use scp13:36
arsandboxBluesKaj, Actually I know, it's a laptop I'm working on for someone13:36
k1lcomputer1: or use "sftp" which is included in ubuntus ssh server already.13:37
arsandboxBluesKaj, personally I'd avoid these machines at all costs13:37
hateballarsandbox: If the proprietary driver fails to load, you can just boot nomodeset and remove the nvidia package you installed13:37
BluesKajarsandbox, bumblebee used to work and I read afew days ago thay it still work sfor some Optimus setups13:37
arsandbox*ok guys, thanks. I have to try it. So may be a while :-)13:38
Billy_good luck arsandbox.13:39
computer1hanks poeple13:39
computer1thanks people13:39
arsandbox*about to reboot and see13:39
computer1scp filename user@host:filename, which user and which host? i don't understand which computer name to use13:44
\9you connected to the machine with putty, right?13:44
\9just use the same credentials13:45
computer1my computer = computer@computer ..... my dstination = pi@raspberrypi13:45
Billy_computer1 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_copy13:45
k1lcomputer1: best is to use "sftp" with a windows program that can handle sftp.13:45
Billy_computer1 like mentioned earlier, if you can, try winscp.13:45
computer1Billy_: k1l i am using ubuntu13:46
computer1not windows13:46
k1lcomputer1: why are you using putty then?13:46
Billy_computer1 use scp/ssh from terminal:)13:46
k1lcomputer1: ubuntu can handle ssh and scp in its own terminal just fine. no need for putty.13:46
Billy_computer1 user Ctrl+Alt+T to bring up a terminal window.13:47
computer1k1l: hmmmm i am connecting to a raspberry pi, i do not need putty to connect to a raspberry pi?13:47
Billy_computer1 putty is only needed on a windows machine, that does not support ssh/scp stuff.13:47
k1lcomputer1: then just use scp /path/to/filename user@host:filename   where the user@host is your user and hostname from the pi13:47
k1lcomputer1: no. putty is windows program. you dont need that13:47
computer1k1l: hmmm, then which command do i need to connect to the raspberry pi?13:48
OerHeksputty is also ssh client in ubuntu, just read about it.13:48
k1lcomputer1: we already told you now. just open a terminal on ubuntu. "scp /path/to/filename user@host:filename "13:49
computer1k1l: ok, but this is just for transferring file, not continuesly conenct llike in putty right?13:50
computer1i am sorry i am new to this13:50
k1lcomputer1: for connecting with ssh to another pc just use "ssh user@host"13:50
computer1k1l: just that? i will try it now13:51
k1lcomputer1: linux can do this in its terminal. windows needs other programs for that.13:51
computer1k1l: user@host i do not know what that means, if my raspberry pi is called pi@raspberrypi do i use this?13:51
globHi, is it possible to try out unity8/mir on live usb or does it need to be installed? I'm using live usb of todays daily yakkety, and sudo apt-get install unity8-desktop-session-mir gives back "unable to locate package"13:52
k1lcomputer1: yes13:52
k1lthat is the user @ host.13:52
ikoniaglob: that means the package doesn't exist13:52
computer1k1l:  ok13:52
EriC^^!info unity8-desktop-session-mir13:52
ubottuunity8-desktop-session-mir (source: unity8-desktop-session): Unity8 desktop session for Mir. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.12+15.10.20150609-0ubuntu1 (xenial), package size 4 kB, installed size 54 kB13:52
EriC^^glob: enable the universe repo13:53
k1lcomputer1: sometimes the homenetwork doesnt work with hostnames and you need to use the homenet ip instead of the hostname. like "pi@"13:53
auronandaceglob: 16.10 in #ubuntu+113:53
ubuntu-matemy ubuntu error13:53
ubuntu-mategrub rescue13:53
ubuntu-matehow i fix it error?13:54
globthanks auronandace, will try to that13:55
computer1k1l: ok13:55
m_tadeuhi...what's the equivalent to qapt-deb-installer in ubuntu?13:56
auronandacem_tadeu: are you trying to install a deb package from outside the repo?13:57
OerHeksubuntu-mate, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub2/Troubleshooting or use bootrepair https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair13:58
m_tadeuauronandace: yes...I just want to know, when you click on a deb file on the file browser, which app is launched?13:59
auronandacem_tadeu: you'll likely encounter dependancy issues, if you install a deb package from outside the repos you'll need to maintain whatever it is yourself14:00
auronandacem_tadeu: i think it opens the software centre by default14:00
globauronandace: The package was found and installed so will log out and try unity8 now :) Thanks for the help14:01
computer1IT COPPIED!!!!14:01
computer1IT COPPIED!!!! k1l Billy_ hateball YESSS THANKS PEOPLE :-)14:02
hateballHaha :D14:02
auronandace!ssh | computer1 here is more reading material, if you fancy14:02
ubottucomputer1 here is more reading material, if you fancy: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for its homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)14:02
computer1auronandace: thanks i will read it14:03
m_tadeuauronandace: thx...what's the command line to launch that?14:07
meekratI've got 2 machines - both running 14.04.4 LTS...one has 3.13.0-86 kernel and the other 3.19.0-59 kernel - not sure how that happened.  Both up-to-date also  Can anyone tell me why?14:08
Billy_m_tadeu software-center14:08
OerHeksm_tadeu, look for " sudo dpkg -i  <package> "14:08
OerHeksmeekrat, perform sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade # some updates might be hold back14:09
auronandacemeekrat: the lts releases have a hardware enablement stack that allows them to use later release versions of the kernel and xorg14:09
meekratActually now one is updating to 3.13.0-87 - but not sure how the other got to be different14:09
auronandace!hwe | meekrat14:09
ubottumeekrat: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack14:09
lotuspsychje!info linux-image-generic trusty14:10
ubottulinux-image-generic (source: linux-meta): Generic Linux kernel image. In component main, is optional. Version (trusty), package size 2 kB, installed size 29 kB14:10
meekratYep - hwe - I'll have to read about that.  Thanks14:11
k1lcomputer1: you can even use nautilus (the filemanager on ubuntu) to connect to sftp. try the "connect to server" menue entry and do "sftp://user@host"14:12
rim666registration code about linuxmint;14:18
rim666anyone knows how i get it;14:18
somsip!mint | rim66614:18
ubotturim666: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org14:18
auronandacerim666: ask the mint folks14:18
* OerHeks believes it is a hack-challenge14:21
ueberhi there14:25
ueberI'm trying to expand a partition to the full disk space, but it remains the same, also removing and recreating it14:27
lotuspsychjeueber: try chroot from a liveusb14:27
lotuspsychjeueber: and gparted14:27
ueberit's a DATA disk, mounted on /var/path14:27
BluesKajueber, or gparted live media14:28
ueberI erased the partition and recreated it, then I did resize2fs /dev/vdb114:28
ueberbut it's still 20G not 50G, even if the disk on vps is now 50Gb14:29
ueberHere is the output of "fdisk -l" : Disk /dev/vdb: 50 GiB, 53687091200 bytes, 104857600 sectors14:30
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EriC^^ueber: paste sudo parted -l14:31
ueberEriC^^: parted is not installed14:31
EriC^^ueber: paste the whole output of fdisk14:32
Guest69441I have problem with the newest version 16.04 LTS, when I installed it, it works but after restart it end with error Kernel panic and I was unable to resolve this, tried to repair grub or reinstall but this thing is keep happening to me...14:35
lotuspsychjeGuest69441: upgrade or clean install?14:36
TomyWorkOn a modern operating system, it's foolhardy to try and get a precise list of what's running. You'd have to be either lucid or xenial. Trusty information is hard to come by.14:36
lotuspsychjeTomyWork: to whom are you talking?14:37
Guest69441clean install14:37
BluesKajGuest69441, from a daily image ?14:38
lotuspsychjeGuest69441: could you get a pastebin or picture of the exact kernel error you having?14:38
TomyWorklotuspsychje it's a joke. you didn't see what I did there apparently :)14:38
ueberDevice Start End Sectors Size Type /dev/vdb1 2048 41943006 41940959 20G Linux filesystem14:39
ueberthe partition size is not increased.. how could I do?14:39
EriC^^ueber: delete and recreate14:40
ueberEriC^^: I already did it14:40
Guest69441Its something like Kernel panic- cannot sync...., but to be fair i had problem with new version from the start of install, i got uefi notice, and after os install i had to manually install the grub14:40
lotuspsychjeTomyWork: you can use #ubuntu-offtopic or #ubuntu-discuss for some jokes, so users dont get confused14:40
EriC^^ueber: the partition looks to be 42g14:40
abhishekhi guys, I am usign kubuntu 16.04 on hp laptop. The functions keys require me to press Fn, and other functions like brightness change work by default.14:41
abhishekany suggestions?14:41
EriC^^ueber: so just run resize2fs while it's unmounted14:41
ueberEriC^^: already done resize2fs14:41
BluesKajGuest69441, try the latest daily image iso to make sure you get all the fixes then clean installl again if you can't resolve you kernel panic14:42
lotuspsychjeGuest69441: can you please get the exact error? like kernel panic - not syncing: vfs: unable to mount root fs on unknown block14:42
_cbHow would I run a program that keeps running after I am logged off?14:43
somsip!info tmux | _cb14:43
ubottu_cb: tmux (source: tmux): terminal multiplexer. In component main, is optional. Version 2.1-3build1 (xenial), package size 237 kB, installed size 616 kB14:43
Guest69441BluesKaj i will try thx14:43
Guest69441lotuspsychje : i can but i need to try this, can i write you later?14:43
somsip_cb: so you start tmux, start the program (in tmux), the detach from tmux and it keeps running. Come back and reattach any time14:44
lotuspsychjeGuest69441: sure take your time14:44
_cbOk will google tmux. Thanks!14:44
somsip_cb: similars include screen and byobu too, just in case14:44
brainwash_cb: there is nohup also14:45
TomyWorknohup... cant remember the last time that was necessary14:56
TomyWorkusually redirecting all streams is enough and the process survives logout14:56
aloiecewhy don't the regular ubuntu packages find their dependencies if I compiled those myself?14:58
TomyWorkif you're looking for a convenient solution, try one of the tools somsip mentioned. of them, you can probably find more information about screen than the others14:58
jamesdTomyWork: screen or tmux are your friends.... and really cool as well.14:58
TomyWorkjamesd dont tell me14:59
lotuspsychjealoiece: wich package are we talking about?14:59
TomyWorkaloiece debian derivatives only look at installed packages for its dependencies14:59
TomyWorka "./configure && make && make install" style installation wont get picked up by by the package manager15:00
aloieceA package for firewire audiodevices called ffado or libffado15:00
BlackDexHello there.15:00
BlackDexi want to have a script with zentiy or something to be run before or during lightdm start15:01
BlackDexi need it to have a newly installed laptop configured with some information given before first login15:01
BlackDexIs that possible and how.15:01
lotuspsychjealoiece: is the main package called ffado-tools you need?15:02
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ueberI run resize2fs while partition it's unmounted, but it's size is still 20G not 50G15:03
EriC^^ueber: show us outputs15:05
DJonesTomyWork: No it won't, because the manual installation of apps doesn't update the package manager15:05
TomyWorkDJones that's what i said15:05
TomyWorkwhy do people keep repeating what i said as if i didnt just say it15:05
ueberfdisk output ?15:06
EriC^^TomyWork: you need to ask people why they keep repeating what you just said as if you didn't say it, that's what you need to do15:06
DJonesTomyWork: Sorry, I thought you were just making a comment about your own issue15:06
k1laloiece: use checkinstall15:06
EriC^^ueber: yes, and resize2fs output15:06
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TomyWorki bet it wants him to check the disk15:07
designbybeckAnyone use one of the Huion Tablets with Ubuntu Linux? https://www.huiontablet.com/all-products/graphic-tablets/h420-141.html15:08
BluesKajTomyWork, it would help to use the nick of the person to whom you're directing your answer15:10
lotuspsychjedesignbybeck: website doesnt mention linux compatible, but perhaps works with wacom in ubuntu, perhaps test on an ubuntu laptop in the store before you buy?15:10
lotuspsychjedesignbybeck: http://askubuntu.com/questions/500141/huion-h610-tablet15:12
TomyWorkBluesKaj I do that if someone talks between my lines. Usually it can be assumed that an unaddressed line right after an addressed line is addressed at the same person.15:12
TomyWorkdoesn't seem to work here15:12
meaninghello there15:12
meaninganyone here do have rsync knowledge ?15:12
meaningI need to ask a super newbie question15:12
meaningwhich is probably piece of cake to answer :)15:13
BluesKajTomyWork, don't assume :-)15:13
nacc!ask | meaning15:13
ubottumeaning: 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 !patience15:13
EriC^^meaning: ask15:13
TomyWorkmeaning newbie or not. what matters is, is it specific?15:13
meaningSo, I do have a remote server, where I do have a folder where I automatically download files15:13
meaningI4d like to monitor that folder15:14
designbybeckthanks lotuspsychje I saw Krita supports it and it looks like it does work in Linux15:14
meaningand make sure the content of the monitored folder gets uploaded to my local computer15:14
lotuspsychjedesignbybeck: nice!15:14
meaningwhen something new is detected15:14
TomyWorkbut rsync isnt a monitoring tool15:14
TomyWorkand you have that all backwards15:14
TomyWorkmeaning ^15:15
meaningTomyWork , what is best practice to get this done ?15:15
TomyWorkmeaning, where are you downloading from and how big is it?15:15
meaningTomyWork from a dedicated server15:15
meaningthis is where my files are located, and how big...Well it depends15:15
meaningbut the server has a 10gbit uplink15:16
meaningso it should be all fine even with large files15:16
naccmeaning: do you want it d/l'd as soon as the new file shows up?15:16
ikoniameaning: why do you want this real time15:16
ikoniajust setup a cronjob with rsync for a regular interval15:16
naccmeaning: and if so, why (as ikonia said)15:16
naccikonia: agreed :)15:16
meaningikonia I do not need it realtime15:16
ikoniabe realistic about what you want15:16
meaningso monitoring is probably not the right term15:16
ikoniameaning: just setup an rsync job for every X minutes, working out how often it changes15:16
meaningrsync could definitely run as a cron task15:16
ikoniathere you go then15:17
brunch875Will the next ubuntu with mir use xkb for layouts? 😏15:17
meaningikonia, if I am on the dedicated server15:17
ikoniameaning: ?15:17
meaningwhat's the command I should run ?15:17
ikoniameaning: rsync15:17
ueberhere is: http://pastebin.com/x5uGigD715:17
ueberEriC^^: http://pastebin.com/x5uGigD715:20
EriC^^ueber: ok, type sudo umount /dev/vdb115:20
ueberEriC^^: done15:21
EriC^^ueber: sudo cgdisk /dev/vdb15:21
ueberEriC^^: cgdisk command not found15:22
EriC^^ueber: sudo apt-get install cgdisk15:22
ueberEriC^^: Unable to locate package cgdisk15:22
ueberit's debian15:23
EriC^^it should have it15:23
EriC^^/join #debian15:23
naccEriC^^: the pacakge is gdisk, iirc15:27
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EriC^^nacc: nah there's also cgdisk (ncurses program)15:27
naccEriC^^: yes, cgdisk is provided by the package gdisk ?15:28
ioria!info gdisk-noicu15:28
ubottuPackage gdisk-noicu does not exist in xenial15:28
EriC^^nacc: yeah, that's right15:29
EriC^^good catch :)15:29
EriC^^ueber: try sudo apt-get install gdisk15:29
naccioria: looks like that package (gdisk-noicu) only exists in trusty and vivid15:29
iorianacc, yep15:29
naccioria: what is -noicu short for?15:29
ueberEriC^^: I installed parted, could we use it?15:30
iorianacc, without unicode support15:30
ikoniaueber: please continue in #debian15:30
ikonianot here15:30
naccioria: ah ok, thanks!15:30
iorianacc, ywc15:30
EriC^^ueber: try gdisk15:31
EriC^^ueber: cgdisk is easy to use15:31
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EriC^^ueber: take note of where the partition starts, then delete it and recreate it at the same position15:35
ueberEriC^^: First sector: 2048 (at 1024.0 KiB) Last sector: 41943006 (at 20.0 GiB) Partition size: 41940959 sectors (20.0 GiB)15:36
ueberEriC^^: from gdisk15:36
EriC^^ueber: ok, try cgdisk /dev/vdb15:36
ueberEriC^^: 20.0 GiB    Linux filesystem             30.0 GiB    free space15:37
EriC^^ok delete the first one, take note of what it says if anything before the partition15:38
ueberEriC^^: ok15:38
ueberEriC^^: then write?15:39
ueberEriC^^: Warning!! This may destroy data on your disk!15:41
EriC^^ueber: yes15:41
ueberEriC^^: ok now I reboot15:42
EriC^^type sudo partprobe15:43
ueberEriC^^: umount before partprobe ?15:43
EriC^^it's mounted right now? (seriously?)15:43
EriC^^ok :D15:43
ueberit was not mounted15:43
EriC^^run resize2fs15:44
ueberEriC^^: resize2fs before partprobe?15:44
EriC^^ueber: no, after15:45
R13oseI am unsure how to capture this video: http://aptn.ca/news/2016/05/31/grassy-toronto/ and have tried a number of browsers and add-ons with no luck.  Any ideas on how to capture this video?15:45
EriC^^R13ose: i recently discovered obs, it's great15:45
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ueberEriC^^: done15:46
R13oseEriC^^: obs?15:46
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ueberEriC^^: perfect! now it's 50G15:46
EriC^^ueber: great! :D15:46
ueberEriC^^: thank you very much!! :)15:47
ashrovHI, How can I upgrade apache to version 2.4 ? I have 2.2 and ubuntu 12.04?15:47
EriC^^ueber: no problem :)15:48
R13oseEriC^^: how does that relate to what I want?15:48
Pici!de | madmaxx15:48
ubottumadmaxx: 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!15:48
somsipashrov: use a PPA. Careful if you use ondrej PPAs as they pull in other dependencies you may not want15:48
netametadoes that seem wrong : cp -r client/dist server/client/dist?15:49
netametamy server folder doesnt have client folder15:49
netametaand i am getting an error15:49
netametaDo i first have to create server/client folder ?15:50
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lotuspsychjeR13ose: kazam can record any parts of the desktop, also specific areas like streams/webcams15:50
brunch875Did super-a break in unity or is it just me?😲15:50
EriC^^brunch875: nope, works here15:51
R13oselotuspsychje: let me try15:51
squintybrunch875,  that particular combination opens up the dash here with no errors15:52
brunch875but for me it gives no results15:52
brunch875for anything15:52
brunch875not even applications which show up in lone super15:52
brunch875actually, even alt-F2 just broke for me... odd!15:52
ashrovthank you I will try15:54
Dainielhey i am facing this error on running make https://paste.kde.org/prujvwnqq15:54
brunch875logged back in and it's back to normal 😕15:55
Dainielwhich packages i may be missing?15:56
Gnjuracwhats pacage name for chromiom pepper flash plugin?15:57
lotuspsychjeGnjurac: pepperflashplugin-nonfree15:57
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tcorneliis there a probleem with freenode? i tried to join #postfix, but I get message that's only available to registered users, with a bunch of links that don(t work15:59
somsip!register | tcorneli15:59
ubottutcorneli: 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 #freenode15:59
brunch875Does firefox also use pepperflash?15:59
wyliejoin #bitsquare16:00
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somsipwylie: /join16:00
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brunch875I've been told anything else is just insecure, and ubuntu ships with firefox + flash by default16:00
lotuspsychjebrunch875: try freshplayer plugin for firefox16:01
ikoniabrunch875: ubuntu doesn't ship with flash16:01
brunch875ikonia: it does if you tick it16:02
ikoniaflash is dead, the quicker you adapt to that, the easier you're linux experience will be16:02
ikoniabrunch875: thats not shipping with it, thats manually putting it into the build16:02
brunch875well, I meant it "ships" with it16:02
ikoniait doesn't "ship" with it16:02
ikoniayou tick a box and it will go to a different repo to pull it's current ubuntu meta package16:02
brunch875I'm out of words to describe what I mean then16:03
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brunch875although I've got to admit I have flash (mostly) disabled16:03
ikoniahow do you mostly disable it ?16:03
brunch875by configuring firefox to ask first16:04
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brunch875I occasionally enable it on some elements because some websites offer absolutely no alternative16:04
brunch875but right now I'm wondering if I should be doing that with pepper flash instead16:05
ikoniathe quicker you stop using it/depending on it, you'll move to an easier experience16:05
ikoniaflash is dead from adobe16:05
brunch875I don't really trust adobe to update as good as they should 😛16:05
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ikoniaadobe doesn't update it at all - it's dead16:05
ikoniahence flash is dead on linux16:06
brunch875is chromium's flash just as bad?16:06
kenrinchromium has flash?..16:06
ikoniaI think he means the bundled flash with chrome16:07
deniz946Hello, i had windows and ubuntu 14, i wanted to reinstall windows, i did, but the grub wasn't working, i've tried to fix it, the grub appeared ( i see ubuntu and w10) but when i try to boot on ubuntu i get this error..http://img110.xooimage.com/files/6/c/a/photo_2016-06-01_18-05-27-4f8b1c1.jpg16:07
deniz946any help please?16:07
brunch875precisely 😜16:07
Teguikonia: I read adobe does update the linux version. I haven't had it installed for a couple of years so I don't know.16:07
ikoniaTegu: nah, just the wrapper16:08
ikoniait's totally dead16:08
BluesKajikonia, flash still works with the browser-plufin-freshpalye- pepperflash16:08
mattflyhello folks16:08
TeguI mean, security updates? but really?16:08
mattflyhow is everybody16:08
mattflycan someone th16:08
mattflytell me something16:08
brunch875Yeah, that's what I thought, too.16:08
brunch875🙋 mattfly16:08
ikoniaTegu: no, totally dead16:09
ikoniait's been on 11.2 since 201216:09
mattflywhat's the newest apropriate driver for nvidia gt740M ?16:09
BluesKajikonia, I wish it were true , but flash is still very actively being used on most websites16:09
mattflyi can install on ubuntu16:09
kenrinnvidia-latest package will update you16:09
ikoniaBluesKaj: I didn't say it wasn't on websites, but it's a dead platform/tool on linux16:09
brunch875is it also dead with chrome?16:09
ikoniathat uses pepperflash,16:10
ikoniahave a read about it16:10
BluesKajbrunch875, chrome uses it's own version of flash embedded and it works16:10
mattflyis that a program?16:10
netametaIs there a way to use mkdir to create all directory tree ? like path/path/path/path - and it will create all the folders ?16:10
ikoniabrunch875: quicker you just stop using flash, you'll be happier16:10
ikonianetameta: mkdir -p16:10
Teguhow can google maintain it if adobe is closed source? do they have some contract?16:11
mattflynvidia-latest is not on the repos16:11
ikonianetameta: man mkdir to see what commands do16:11
netametaikonia can this somehow be applied to CP ?16:11
brunch875Oh, believe me. I've always hated flash due to how heavily it performs.16:11
ikonianetameta: man cp (-R)16:11
jsheerenhi, anyone got any experience with emulex oneconnect skyhawk 10gb/s nics?16:12
ikoniaTegu: an interesting question, no idea, I'd assume it's their take on it ?16:12
BluesKajwebmasters are slow to adopt HTML5 and can't figure out why16:12
ubuntu980I am creating ppa for maintaining own kernel .deb16:12
netametaikonia i tried -r16:12
netametaikonia, still getting the same error16:12
ikonianetameta: what is the error16:13
netametafile doesnt exit16:13
ikonianetameta: what is the exact command you are running, and exact error16:13
ubuntu980dput ppa:your-lp-id/ppa  is generating below error,16:13
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ubuntu980hecking signature on .changes gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found. gpg: the signature could not be verified. Please remember that the signature file (.sig or .asc) should be the first file given on the command line.16:13
naccubuntu980: did you sign your .changes file?16:14
ubuntu980isued  debsign -k XXXX *.dsc16:15
ubuntu980eventhough facing same issue , any suggestion what am i missing16:15
ubuntu980yes signed with debsign command16:16
R13oselotuspsychje: I tried that app but the audio is not being captured.  Any ideas on why?16:17
naccubuntu980: that signed the .dsc file16:17
naccubuntu980: not the .changes file?16:17
netametaikonia, Never mind i had a different issue16:19
netametafixed it though16:20
ubuntu980<nacc> thanks, Now crossed the earlier one, Error: uploading files for distribution UNRELEASED to ppa not allowed.16:22
ubuntu980do I need to regenerate all the files by modifing changelog.16:22
naccubuntu980: you have to provide a proper changelog entry16:23
naccubuntu980: meaning a proper version and release16:23
edgarin17hi can somone help me please16:24
nacc!ask | edgarin1716:24
ubottuedgarin17: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience16:24
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, with what?16:24
edgarin17i cant install ubuntu16:24
SebthreeBQM10HDhow so16:24
SebthreeBQM10HDwhats up?16:24
SebthreeBQM10HDwhy can't you install?16:24
edgarin17my hdd its blocked.. i think16:25
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, blocked how or why you think that?16:25
ubottuPlease elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information; for example, we might need errors, steps, relevant configuration files, Ubuntu version, and hardware information. Use a !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel.16:25
edgarin17because it sais that svd16:25
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, it says what when?16:26
TuPac^SHaKuRhello all.16:26
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, what kin dof computer as well how old etc16:26
TuPac^SHaKuRAnyone knows how to make vhost like this: Local host: unknown (xx.xxx.xxx.xxx)  -->>> Local host: my.domain.com (xx.xxx.xxx.xxx)16:26
edgarin17its a compact and its old arpund 7 years16:26
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: vhost where ?16:27
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok you should be able to install onto that,  how much RAM?16:27
TuPac^SHaKuRon terminal16:27
TuPac^SHaKuRDNS Resolve.16:27
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: in apache ?16:27
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: ooh you want to use a cname record on your dns16:27
TuPac^SHaKuRno no16:27
TuPac^SHaKuRfor IP16:27
ikoniayou need a cname on the dns server16:27
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, what is the exact error message, or enough, and when does it come up ]?16:27
streulmaUbuntu runs of an USB drive, what are the best mount options for / ? The drive gets always corrupted and does FSCK.16:27
TuPac^SHaKuRcname is ok16:28
TuPac^SHaKuRbut how to add it on root16:28
ikoniastreulma: probably unclean shutdown16:28
edgarin17let me try it and i tell you exactly please16:28
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: on root ?16:28
edgarin17wait a min16:28
TuPac^SHaKuRon terminal lol16:28
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: what EXACTLY are you trying to do16:28
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok16:28
streulmaikonia, yes, but noatime,nodiratime solves16:28
edgarin17but the partition its not recongnacies16:28
TuPac^SHaKuR* Dns resolved to google-public-dns-a.google.com16:28
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: what EXACTLY are you trying to do16:29
TuPac^SHaKuRsimilar to this*16:29
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: you just want an A record on your dns server then16:29
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, from an Ubuntu Live sessibion? CD/DVD/USB ?16:29
ikoniaor a CNAME16:29
TuPac^SHaKuRi just need a resolve like that16:29
edgarin17i hace a cd16:29
edgarin17but im live now16:29
TuPac^SHaKuRDNS resolve**16:29
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: ok - talk to the person who manages your DNS16:29
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok  it bots up the live cd, but you can't install from it?16:29
TuPac^SHaKuRi manage my own dns mate16:30
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: then update your dns records16:30
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, when do you get the error message and what is the error message being more exact16:30
TuPac^SHaKuRhow to lol16:30
neil_How to enable a 2nd NIC? ifconfig -a displays eth1 but there's no addr. I have added eth1 to interfaces and restarted networking. (server 14.04)16:30
ikoniaTuPac^SHaKuR: you manage your DNS - it's your setup, you know how to manage your dns16:30
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, which version of ubuntu as well 16.04 ?16:30
edgarin17i hace no os beacause i formated the hdd16:31
edgarin17and now  icant install16:31
TuPac^SHaKuRthanks for your help lol16:31
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok so you may need to make a brand new partition table, but what happens when you try and install exactly16:31
edgarin17obvi... i had a windows before that16:31
edgarin17says warning massage16:31
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, if you have formatted the whole hard disk.  everything is gone.  all partitions gone. you will have to make a new partition table, before you can install an OS16:32
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, it might be warning about that16:33
edgarin17that i try but i couldnt16:33
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, the installer itself is a bit limited for partitining options.  I would suggest using gparted itself to do things first :)  then you can finnish off later in the installer16:33
edgarin17Error fsyncing/closing /dev/sda: Input/output error16:34
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok16:34
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17,  when do you get that?16:34
flaikshey im looking to install ubuntu on my thinkpad, currently running arch and it's giving me some issues16:34
SebthreeBQM10HDflaiks, which are?16:35
flaiksIm just wondering if Is there an official supported way to use Kernel 4.6.0, I have a thinkpad t460s and there is an issue with older kernels where suspending it when it's not charging freezes the systme16:35
edgarin17i try to do the partitiones and nothinh16:35
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, you might have a faulty hard disk16:35
flaiksSebthreeBQM10HD: sorry, arch is giving my issues, not installing ubuntu16:35
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ikoniaflaiks: nope16:35
flaikshmm darn16:35
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, and you been trying to do the partitions in the custom installer ? in the installer ?16:36
edgarin17so i wont be able to install16:36
edgarin17yes but nothing16:36
edgarin17i think i did domething wrong formating16:37
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, ok its easier to work with gparted probably.  more conrol over what can be done with partiitons there,  plus that will show everything thats on there or not etc16:37
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, there's gparted on the live session as well, a nice graphical program for partitin things16:37
edgarin17gpart gave me the same error16:38
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, when did it do that?16:38
edgarin17im runing gpart16:38
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, can you screnshot gparted?  at least then will have more of an idea what your system is like :)16:39
edgarin17Error sincronizando/cerrando /dev/sda: Error de entrada/salida16:39
flaiksoh the issue can be fixed by settings intel_pstate=no_hwp16:39
flaikswhat sort of impact does that have ?16:39
edgarin17it sais analizing16:39
edgarin17and nothing16:39
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, normally it would open up and show partitins,  or  maybe even ask to make a new partiiton table instead if no partitins, but if neither of those things are happening.  you could have a faulty hard disk, a hardware fault16:40
edgarin17can you help me remote please16:40
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, nope16:40
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, however if the hard disk is  7 years old, then yeah I guess it might have failed16:41
edgarin17yeah probably16:41
edgarin17thank u so much16:42
edgarin17i think its something i did with hirens boot16:42
SebthreeBQM10HDhirens ??? what you mean?16:43
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, no  deleting Windows woudn't have broken the hard disk :D16:43
SebthreeBQM10HDor not normaly16:43
edgarin17beacouse the test said i had the 40 %  or so16:43
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, old hard disks will fail eventaully though  have problems16:43
SebthreeBQM10HDthe 40 % of what?16:43
HituHyy edgar16:43
edgarin17yes healty16:43
flaiksikonia: all you said was no, there wasn't an official way, we didn't 'discuss' it16:44
ikoniaflaiks: your questions was answered16:44
flaiksikonia: i figured ubuntu-devel would offer some insight into how to get it working16:44
edgarin17mmmm i used i thinh nockle and ??? i probably did it wrong16:44
ikoniaflaiks: not really as thats for the ubuntu project development, not your custom build needs16:44
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, what's nockle ?16:44
ikoniaflaiks: if you're looking for an unofficial way, use the mainline kernel, or build your own16:44
edgarin17its a tool16:45
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edgarin17to force to delete16:45
edgarin17or format16:45
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, a  tool like that may have currupted the paritiotn table sure16:45
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, no  Windows no Ubuntu no oses etc16:45
HituAnybody learning Embedded System?16:45
flaiksikonia: okay, so the 4.6-yakkety release would work then ?16:45
ikoniaHitu: what's your ubuntu question ?16:45
ikoniaflaiks: no16:45
ikoniaflaiks: thats for yakkety16:45
edgarin17honesty i dont nkwnow what a fuck i did16:46
ikoniaedgarin17: please don't swear16:46
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, have you got a link for the tool ?16:46
edgarin17but thank u16:46
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, you may just need to get a new partition table built as I put to begin with16:46
edgarin17i buy another hdd16:46
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, once you got a partition table, you can add partitions for oses, Ubuntu, WIndows, etc16:46
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, for data to16:46
flaiksikonia: well im the mainline repo, there are only 4.6 releases for yakkety16:47
SebthreeBQM10HDedgarin17, but the tool you used taking a guess, might have done something odd to the hard disk,  and that's why gparted is having issues with it as well now16:47
edgarin17the tink is a dont know how to get partitions16:47
edgarin17fuck i suck16:47
ikoniaflaiks: so you need a package for your release, you need to make a request for one, or build your own16:48
ikonia(or wait for the back port from a later release if that happens)16:48
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HituI have acer E-15 laptop, when i installed ubuntu then wifi not working ...how to ON wifi. there is no switch to ON wifi ,, but it had work in Windows 10.....how to use in ubuntu16:51
SebthreeBQM10HDHitu, may need to install a driver for wireless16:51
ikoniaHitu: you need to see if that wireless chipset has linux support16:52
ikoniaHitu: that is the first point to check16:52
SebthreeBQM10HDHitu, try the additional drivers  program serach for that in ubuntus search.  might have a driver waiting to install there16:52
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ikoniaSebthreeBQM10HD: apply logic, how can he search the external repos without wireless16:52
SebthreeBQM10HDikonia, I meant the program built in  and the unity search16:53
neil_How do I enable a 2nd NIC? "ifconfig -a" displays eth1 but there's no addr. I have added eth1 to interfaces and restarted networking. (server 14.04)  Thanks!16:53
ikoniaSebthreeBQM10HD: yes, which uses the internet to check the available packages and download and install them16:53
black-perlHi, how to remove shared libraries which are installed in /usr/local/lib ?16:56
SebthreeBQM10HDikonia, it can work like I said via ethernet at least thought. forgot it  needs Internet, but via ethernet I did that what I put on latest lap top16:56
black-perlI have done apt-get remove <lib-name> , but it is not listing the lib ?16:57
black-perlI installed the shared library from the source.16:57
evilopblack-perl: never ever run make install as root16:59
evilopblack-perl: anyway, have fun with rm, or pray that make uninstall won't rm your whole /usr16:59
black-perlWhy is it so ?16:59
evilopblack-perl: you are experiencing why right now16:59
evilopthere is no way to cleanly uninstall16:59
black-perlso, if i run make intsall without rooot17:00
black-perl* root17:00
evilopsince nothing is keeping track of the files17:00
evilopblack-perl: if you want to install things system wide then use the build/package system17:00
black-perlwhere did the packages go, do I specify via command line at the time of building.17:00
evilopelse build/install to $HOME as your normal user17:00
black-perlAnd then put them on the LD_PATH right ?17:01
black-perlI mean dynamically linked library path @evilop17:01
black-perl@evilop :) , Thanks !17:01
black-perlSo, where are the places I need to remove the lib, for now the .so file is in /usr/local/lib @evilop ?17:04
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evilopif the makefile wasn't compleatle broken everything should be in /usr/local17:05
evilopbut you never know17:05
esiodoshola amigos17:05
esiodosque tal17:05
ubuntu980how to sign packages using unique launch pad key, Generated and uploaded the opengpg keys and ssh keys to launchpad ppa17:10
netametamv: cannot move ‘client/dist/.’ to ‘server/dist/client/dist/’: Device or resource busy ?17:17
netametawhat is this ?17:17
black-perl@evilop `sudo find . -type f -name "libgit2*" -delete` worked like charm17:18
evilopthat might have deleted way more than you wanted to....17:19
neil_I want to copy 1 TB of data (1000s of files) from the NAS to the fileserver (14.04). What's the best and/or quickest way to do this? Thanks.17:19
black-perl@evilop Nope it didn't :p17:20
evilopneil_: using whatever protocol your NAS talks, be it nfs, samba, ftp, http, whatever17:20
SwedeMikeneil_: use whatever works. Make sure you have gigabit ethernet between them (potentially with a swithc in between)17:20
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neil_So just the cp command?17:21
ubuntu980Hi Team, need help while invoking dput to ppa getting "checksum doesn't match for *.dsc" file17:21
ubuntu980I am new to this , so please help me17:22
neil_To be clear the NAS uses nfs. I'm more interested in a perferred Linux command, if there is one.17:23
brelodneil_: scp nas_ip:/path/to/file fileserver_ip:/path/you/want/to/save17:25
jamesdneil_:  rsync is quite good...   can be used over the wire or via the nfs.17:25
brelodneil_: but if it crashed cuz of some network proble rsync could be better17:26
brelodneil_: if rsync is installed on both computers then: rsync -azP nas_ip:/path/to/file /your/saving/path/on/fileserver17:27
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brelodneil_: you should run this cmd on fileserver17:29
netametamv: cannot move ‘client/dist/.’ to ‘server/dist/client/dist/’: Device or resource busy ? anyone know this error17:29
jamesdif data is compressible you can pass ssh arguments and have ssh compress the stream for even bettter performance17:29
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jamesdnetameta: is a nfs/samba mount point or does some other process have the directory locked?17:30
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netametajamesd, i am not really sure17:30
jamesdnetameta: do you have lsof installed?17:31
netametajamesd, maybe how do i check ?17:32
jamesdlsof | grep client17:32
brelodneil_: correnting --> scp user@nas_ip:/path/to/file /save/path -- if you execute on fileserver17:34
ArtfulDodgerHello, friends.17:36
reisioArtfulDodger: hi friend (hi friend [HI FRIEN])17:39
R13oseI am using Kazam which is a recording app but when I do screencast, the sound is not recorded, how come?17:42
tgaryHi! I just upgraded from Ubuntu 15.10 to 16.04, and IRDA USB stick stopped working. Here are the syslog of Ubuntu 16.04 (where it does not work), 15.10 (where it worked) and some module configuration. How can it be resolved?17:43
tgaryHere are the logs: http://pastebin.com/CmvKRq2Z17:43
reisioR13ose: kazam probably has a way to select your microphone/input17:46
Bashing-omhazrpg: I see no activity on the bug report :( . Any headway or anythging new on your end ?17:46
goddardhow can i get xenial using debootstrap17:47
goddardwhat is the correct url?17:47
goddardi tried http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/ but it fails17:47
k1lgoddard: ^17:48
R13osereisio: In the app is: "When capturing include: Sound from Speakers.  I checkmarked that item and still no sound is being recorded.  Could this be the profile of the Built-in Audio that is not selected right?17:48
noraatepernosQuestion: I have to store 2.5 billion files on a 1TB magnetic disk.  Each file is a compressed json string ~350 bytes.  The files are named a random 20 character alphanumeric string that I want to shard.  What file system would you use and across how many folders would you shard (and how deep?).17:50
goddardk1l: thanks17:50
thebishopis anyone running 16.04 with AMD's new AMDGPU driver model?  has it reached performance parity with the windows driver?18:01
ArtfulDodgerHow are your days going friends?18:03
baizonthebishop: no, it hasn't yet18:04
thebishopbaizon: thanks for responding :(  is there reason to believe it will?  I thought they were supposed to be running near-identical code going forward18:05
Guest69475hello how do I use scp with a different port?18:06
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pvsharovyou must change ssh port in sshd.conf18:07
TeguGuest69475: -P porthere18:07
Teguh wait did you mean server?18:07
R13oseany other thoughts on my question?18:08
Guest69475Yea I use -P but it gives me the usage: scp thing18:08
Guest69475with all the commands18:08
Teguhm, then read how -P is there and use it like that18:08
Teguorder might matter? not sure18:08
Tegualternatively, see the manpage. man scp18:09
Guest69475Tegu, well it says [-P port] so I type scp -P 5210 but it just gives me the usage thing...18:09
TeguGuest69475: you must give the host as well18:10
zWHi there18:10
Guest69475Tegu, yea my command is scp -P 5210 maxime@linux.local:/pathtofile18:10
Guest69475but it doesn't work18:10
TeguGuest69475: or, the files18:10
zWAnyone using Emulex OCM14104-UX-D 10Gb card in the latest ubuntu version?18:11
TeguGuest69475: oh, it seems you don't have the target18:11
Guest69475Tegu: the target?18:11
TeguGuest69475: do you want to copy to the current local folder?18:11
Guest69475yes I want to copy the file on my linux machine to the current directory on my mac18:12
Teguscp copy_this_file copy_it_here18:12
TeguGuest69475: okay, the add ./ to the end (. means the current directory)18:12
pvsharovshow output of command18:13
Yuri4_Guys, how do I make 2 servers to be exactly the same? I already have 1 set up. I need second to back up first under load balancer.18:13
TeguGuest69475: the usage of the scp shows file1 and file2. you only had file118:13
thebishopYuri4_: this is a great reason to use Docker or some other container solution18:14
Guest69475Tegu: here I have a problem with the spaces in the directory names it seems http://pastebin.com/QQiXhBBN18:15
TeguGuest69475: I guess the issue are the ' characters in the name. try adding \ before them18:17
TeguGuest69475: and yea, you had not escaped the first space of the path18:18
Guest69475Tegu: escaped the frist space? I did your previous suggest and now I get the same thing Datas-iMac-2:Maxime Folder Owner$ scp -P '5210' maxime@linux.local:/media/maxime/MAX\ 'S\ MEMO/Maxime\ 's\ Work/Other/Films/Big\ Hero\ 6.mp4 /Users/Owner/Documents/18:19
Guest69475maxime@linux.local's password:18:19
Guest69475scp: /media/maxime/MAX: No such file or directory18:19
Guest69475scp: S MEMO/Maxime s: No such file or directory18:19
Guest69475scp: Work/Other/Films/Big: No such file or directory18:19
Guest69475scp: Hero: No such file or directory18:19
pi-dave/join #raspberrypi18:19
teward!pastebin | Guest6947518:19
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.18:19
ubottuGuest69475: please see above18:19
DewinIf I have a minor feature request for the Ubuntu installer, is the correct course of action (since it's not a bug report) still to  email ubuntu-devel-discuss ?18:20
crs___maybe you need quotes around your paths?18:20
crs___thats why i never use spaces an other fany symbols in filenams18:21
TeguGuest69475: you might also need put the path in double quotes ""  http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19858176/how-to-escape-spaces-in-path-during-scp-copy-in-linux18:22
Teguoh, I had not scrolled down, thi was mentioned already18:23
TeguGuest69475: another option: use sftp so you can do the copy interactively18:23
Guest69475Tegu: o ok now I get http://pastebin.com/mzPhaCa418:25
Guest69475Tegu: I seems to be the '18:25
TeguGuest69475: yes, as I said, escape the ' as well. \'18:28
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TeguGuest69475: or.. sorry, maybe not. try "\"/the/path's here\"" instead.. that is, \" inside "18:36
Teguyea, I tried the "\"path\"" now and it works. quite awkward18:38
l4cr0ssUbuntu installation guide section B.4.4., "Mirror settings" says "The parameter mirror/suite determines the suite for the installed system. "18:43
l4cr0ssBut I don't see anywhere the definition for a "suite"18:43
l4cr0ssWhat is a suite18:43
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BluesKaj!info suite18:44
ubottuPackage suite does not exist in xenial18:44
DJonesl4cr0ss: I think it would be worth you giving a link to where installation guide mentioned that18:46
robotdevil1does ubuntu have signed certs I can use by default?18:46
l4cr0ssDJones, ^^ above is Ubuntu installation guide link18:47
l4cr0ssDJones, Debian defines a suite here: https://wiki.debian.org/RepositoryFormat#Suite18:47
l4cr0ssBut it doesn't match the example given in the Ubuntu preseed file18:47
l4cr0ss(As seen in the firstl ink)18:47
DJonesl4cr0ss: I'm not sure, I've never used preseed, hopefully somebody else can help you18:48
l4cr0ssDJones, Thanks for trying18:48
samthewildoneNoticing a huge slowdown with chromium while using youtube in the past 24-36 hours.18:48
samthewildoneI turned on/off hardware acceleration but, no change.18:49
reisiosamthewildone: did you try restarting the browser?18:49
samthewildonereisio, yes and even delete cache/setting and went to stock.18:49
samthewildone*stock meaning clean startup.18:50
samthewildonereisio, also I recently added ~1K videos to my watch later youtube playlist but, I highly doubt thats the problem.18:50
samthewildonereisio, even when I visit certain sites, the sluggishness appears.18:51
Guest69475Tegu: thanks for your help I just renamed the files to have _ and removed the '18:51
TeguGuest69475: that's another way as well :P18:51
Guest69475Tegu: yea use to use windows but now that I use linux I will start to use _ !18:52
ilpollo#join/ ubuntu - es18:52
ilpollofuc.. ineed enter tothe spanishchanelplease18:52
k1lilpollo: /join #ubuntu-es18:52
samthewildoneAnything here suspicious ? > https://goo.gl/photos/QcvtvxJsMUhXouzr718:55
abhishekhi guys118:55
abhishekI am stuck at this issue http://askubuntu.com/q/772182/417607 which relates to this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/152117318:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1521173 in linux (Ubuntu Xenial) "AER: Corrected error received: id=00e0" [Medium,Triaged]18:56
abhishekany suggestions?18:56
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morsnowskiam I readable?19:01
k1lmorsnowski: yes19:01
morsnowskican anyone confirm whether ubuntu-touch is a working channel or is there any other channel?19:02
k1lmorsnowski: #ubuntu-touch is the channel for that19:03
ProjectFiCan someone please help me out, I am still a linux newbie and facing problems in making a Bootable Pendrive of Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. I am trying from yesterday and tried 4-5 methods and all failed. Someone please just guide me, I am tired.19:04
abhishekany suggestions folks?19:04
ioriaProjectFi, define 'failed'19:05
YankDownUnderProjectFi, ProjectFi install "unetbootin" => installer of Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive19:06
ProjectFiI tried 'dd' method, failed, I tried Unetbootin, still nothing happened, I tried MultiBoot , still nothing happen.19:06
YankDownUnderProjectFi, If you've "partitionted and formatted" the USB properly, "unetbootin" should be perfect...19:07
pvsharovwhat you see on the screen?19:07
ProjectFiI tried all these methods man, when I am trying to boot from flashdrive, it says Operating system not found or something like this error. I have also downloaded the iso 3 times, thinking iso might have problem when I am downloading.19:07
ioriaProjectFi,  you just md5sum the iso before downloading it again19:08
Bashing-om!md5sum | ProjectFi19:08
ubottuProjectFi: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM19:08
EriC^^ProjectFi: secureboot disabled?19:09
ProjectFiunetbootin is very simple program, and nothing wrong I have done there, that's for sure. Now for formatting my pendrive, I followed the guide here : http://askubuntu.com/questions/662935/how-to-format-usb-flash-disk-using-ubuntu-terminal19:09
pvsharovtry to boot from ext hdd19:10
ProjectFiSorry, I dont have ext hdd.19:10
ioriaProjectFi,  are you on linux or win ? linux  i assume19:10
ProjectFiI am Xubuntu to be specific.19:10
ProjectFiAnd want to install ubuntu on my dads laptop.19:10
ProjectFiEriC^^: what is secure boot? Is that option in unetbootin ?19:11
ioriaProjectFi,  run   md5sum  /path/to/iso/ubuntu_blah_blah.iso19:11
EriC^^ProjectFi: it's an option in the bios19:11
ProjectFiioria: run that command just like that ? Or do I need to insert the flashdrive too ?19:12
ioriaProjectFi,  you run the check on the iso not on the media19:12
GivenToCodecloud-init isn't using the files in /etc/cloud/cloud.cfg.d/, is that a known issue?19:13
ioriaProjectFi,  after you can check the disk integrity from the installer menu19:13
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ProjectFiioria: anil@Anil:~/Desktop$ md5sum ubuntu.iso19:14
ProjectFii did that, and waiting for something to happen.19:14
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ProjectFiioria: this is the output : c94d54942a2954cf852884d656224186  ubuntu.iso19:15
ioriaProjectFi,  cd in the download directory ....19:15
EriC^^ProjectFi: is this uefi or bios?19:15
EriC^^looks like the right hash ProjectFi19:15
ioriac94d54942a2954cf852884d656224186 *ubuntu-16.04-desktop-amd64.iso19:15
EriC^^ok, is the usb first in the boot order?19:15
ioriaProjectFi,  i think it's correct19:16
ProjectFiyes it is, usb is the priority 1.19:16
EriC^^ProjectFi: is fastboot disabled? did you try another usb port?19:16
ProjectFii have changed he name to ubuntu.iso (I hope that dosn't make any error)19:16
EriC^^ProjectFi: use dd to make the iso not unetbootin19:16
ProjectFiI am putting it on laptop, and its kind of old. I am not sure if it has fast boot or not.19:16
EriC^^ProjectFi: try a different usb port19:17
ioriaProjectFi,  laptop specs , anyways ?19:17
ProjectFiEriC^^: I tried dd already, still nothing happens19:17
EriC^^ProjectFi: port?19:17
ProjectFiioria: give me 1 second. Let me bring that laptop.19:17
ProjectFiEriC^^: what port?19:17
EriC^^different port/?19:18
ioriaProjectFi,  why did you change the iso name ?19:18
ProjectFiioria: when I was using the dd method to make bootable pendrive, I have put the whole exact file name, so I thought changing it to something ubuntu.iso is not a problem.19:19
akikProjectFi: the name of the file doesn't change the checksum19:19
ioriaProjectFi,  mmmhhh, copy and paste the name ... no ?19:19
ProjectFiOn windows, I always used Rufus, which is damn easy, and from yesterday night trying to make bootable pendive on ubuntu is becoming nightmare for me.19:20
EriC^^ProjectFi: it's a problem with your dad's laptop19:20
ioriaProjectFi,  on win i use pendrivelinux19:20
EriC^^either bad usb port bad usb or you've missed something in the bios19:20
ProjectFiOkay, the laptop is19:20
YankDownUnderProjectFi, Is it safe to assume that you've checked/double checked the BIOS on the machine you're trying to install on?19:20
ioriaProjectFi,  don't change the iso name, not necessary19:20
EriC^^ProjectFi: try it on your laptop, and get rid of the bad usb part19:21
ProjectFilaptop is "HP Pavillion dv6-2155dx"19:21
EriC^^that's not old i'd think19:21
ProjectFii mean yeah, its kind of 3-4 years old.19:22
ioriaProjectFi,  it's ok19:22
ProjectFiEriC^^: you think the USB prot is kind of making problem ?19:22
EriC^^ProjectFi: sometimes they mess up, try a different one and it might work19:22
ProjectFiOkay, let me start with you guys, and will let you know straight away if something shows up.19:23
ReScOHey guys, is it possible to set other led lights other than caps, num and scroll lock?19:23
YankDownUnderProjectFi, You have checked the BIOS on the laptop, right?19:23
ProjectFiWhich method you want me to go for ? Unetbootin or dd?19:23
ioriaProjectFi,  come back to xubuntu rename the iso ubuntu-16.04-desktop-amd64.iso   and dd again19:23
abhishekI am stuck at this issue http://askubuntu.com/q/772182/417607 which relates to this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/152117319:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1521173 in linux (Ubuntu Xenial) "AER: Corrected error received: id=00e0" [Medium,Triaged]19:23
ProjectFiI have 2 laptop, this one which I am using have Xubuntu and the other one have Kubuntu.19:24
ioriaProjectFi,  same thing19:24
ProjectFiSo I should go with dd method, okay.19:24
folder|when you goof and accidentally give the new hire a guest computer >_>19:25
ProjectFilet me format my pendrive in new usb port and start with fresh.19:25
james_the_codei have clean install of ubuntu 16.04 but when i try to connect to wifi it says device not ready...19:25
newbsieOn a server why is it bad to leave root login if you disable password login and rely on key-login?19:25
folder|ooops wrong channel19:25
ioriaProjectFi,  no need19:25
folder|please disregard19:25
ioriaProjectFi,  just dd19:25
ProjectFiioria: you want me to change the iso name ?19:25
YankDownUnderIt's not going to matter if the BIOS on the target machine is setup for "secure boot" or doesn't allow for booting from USB19:25
ioriaProjectFi,  i guess so19:25
abhishekis it okay to ask kubuntu questions here?19:26
ProjectFiYankDownUnder: I am not sure, but I will look up for that Secure Boot option, should that be diabled or enabled ?19:26
abhishekasking coz I got no replies so far. :(19:27
YankDownUnderProjectFi, Get into the BIOS of the target machine, disable "secure boot" if it is there - make sure to enable booting from USB before the HDD - and if you can, have it display the "boot menu" - which should be F9 on that machine...try again.19:27
colecccI installed Ubuntu Server Standard on my computer, being very unskilled at use of shell besides from simple apt-get statements, I wanted to download a GUI. Preferably LXDE. I don't want the standard Lubuntu desktop, I want a simple, vanilla LXDE desktop I can log into. How do I go about doing this?19:30
ProjectFiYankDownUnder: I have booted from Pendrive countless time when I used to use Windows, so I know the basic that I have to boot from Flashdrive by entring into the Boot options. Though I will look into the Secure Boot option.19:30
EriC^^coleccc: apt-get install lxde , perhaps?19:30
YankDownUndercoleccc, try "sudo apt-get install lxde-desktop"19:31
ioria!info lxde-desktop19:32
ubottuPackage lxde-desktop does not exist in xenial19:32
pvsharovsudo aptitude search lxde19:32
colecccYankDownUnder: It worked, I can't believe it was that simple. Thanks!19:32
geniiYankDownUnder: lxde-core for lxde with no extra apps, lubuntu-desktop for the Lubuntu selection of default apps19:34
ProjectFiioria: I am following this : http://askubuntu.com/questions/372607/how-to-create-a-bootable-ubuntu-usb-flash-drive-from-terminal19:34
ioriaProjectFi,  with dd ? yep19:34
ProjectFiYes, usining, dd.19:35
jnagroany easy to use emoji keyboard i can pop up for gterminal? 16.0419:35
llldinoHey boys, how can I test to see if an identity is added via ssh-add? The man page says something about env variables but they don't appear to be set19:36
ioriaProjectFi,  identify your usb,   should be sdx, then sudo dd if=/ubuntu_blah.ido  of=/dev/sdx19:36
ProjectFianil@Anil:~$ sudo umount /dev/sdb1 umount: /dev/sdb1: mountpoint not found19:36
ProjectFiWhy I am getting this, :(19:36
ubottuk/ed/x/l/ubuntu-desktop is a metapackage. It depends upon other packages and brings them in; you can safely remove it, but it is recommended that you re-install it when upgrading.19:36
ProjectFianil@Anil:~$ sudo umount /dev/sdb119:36
ProjectFiumount: /dev/sdb1: mountpoint not found19:37
DiamondSwordhello.. I need help about this.. what is the fastest way to send files to remote desktop from my machine?19:37
ProjectFiioria: its *iso right ? You wrote *ido19:38
llldinoDiamondSword, Depends. Scp, rsync, nfs..all are good options depending on what your use case senario is19:38
DiamondSwordllldino, my upload speed sucks19:38
ioriaProjectFi,  yes, typo .... can you paste  the outcome of mount command ?19:39
llldinoDiamondSword, Compress it before you send it? Nothing you can do if your up speed sucks19:39
ProjectFiioria: umount: /dev/sdb1: mountpoint not found19:39
ioriaProjectFi,  no,   run  in terminal      mount19:40
DiamondSwordllldino, I compressed. but ok, I wanted to know maybe I miss something19:40
DiamondSwordthank you llldino19:40
llldinoDiamondSword, No problem19:40
ioriaProjectFi,  and paste on paste.ubuntu.com19:40
ProjectFiioria: just the mount command ?19:41
HadesWatch3rWhat kernel should I be running on Ubuntu 14.04.4 LTS currently?19:41
ioriaProjectFi,  yep19:41
EriC^^!info linux-generic trusty | HadesWatch3r19:41
ubottuHadesWatch3r: linux-generic (source: linux-meta): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Version (trusty), package size 1 kB, installed size 29 kB19:41
CarlFK11:04.0 VGA compatible controller: XGI Technology Inc. (eXtreme Graphics Innovation) Z9s/Z9m (XG21 core)19:41
kenrinKernel 4.2 is on 14.04.4 I believe19:42
CarlFKgui is super slow.. is there some driver blob I can install ?19:42
ProjectFiioria: like this ? : http://paste.ubuntu.com/16902888/19:43
HadesWatch3rWhen I ask what support status .. it shows that that kernel is unsupported ?19:43
OerHeksHadesWatch3r, actually 3.13.0-87.133 http://www.ubuntu.com/usn/usn-2989-1/19:43
squintyCarlFK,  check Additional Drivers19:43
ioriaProjectFi,  no19:43
ioriaProjectFi,  run in terminal      mount19:43
OerHeksubottu is a bit behind, i think this USN is just released19:43
HadesWatch3r3.19.0-59 is unsupported?19:44
ProjectFijust the word "mount" ?19:44
HadesWatch3ris that right?19:44
ioriaProjectFi,  yep19:44
ProjectFiioria: like this ? http://paste.ubuntu.com/16902944/19:45
ioriaProjectFi,  yes19:45
ProjectFiNow, what I have  to do.19:46
ioriaProjectFi,  cd in the ubuntu.iso location19:46
ioriaProjectFi,  paste ls19:47
EriC^^ProjectFi: type sudo umount /dev/sdb19:47
ProjectFiEriC^^: but my flashdrive is sdb119:47
EriC^^it's sdb19:48
EriC^^last line of mount19:48
ProjectFiioria: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16903024/19:48
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GallomimiaProjectFi: sd means some kinda disk. the b means disk b, and the number is the partition.19:48
ioriaProjectFi,  mv ubuntu.iso ubuntu-16.04-desktop-amd64.iso19:49
ProjectFiahh, I see.19:49
Gallomimiai think just umount sdb means unmount all of the partitions on said device?19:49
HadesWatch3rI'm a little confused.... and I am not sure that I asked the question correctly.  I have 14.04.4 LTS, I typed ubuntu-support-status --show-unsupported and it shows me that linux-image-3.19.0-59 is unsupported ? I have updated but no new kernel comes in ... .. so what am I missing here?19:49
ProjectFiioria: doe19:49
EriC^^Gallomimia: ProjectFi yeah usually, he has the whole disk with a filesystem19:49
OerHekshow did you update? sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade ?19:50
ioriaProjectFi,  sudo dd if=ubuntu-16.04-desktop-amd64.iso   of=/dev/sdb19:50
Gallomimiastill means there ought to be a partition yes?19:50
Gallomimiaanyway, in this case, the dd command needs to be without a number at the end, because it's a bootable image19:50
Gallomimiathere's more than one partition in the image file19:50
ProjectFiioria: something is happening, waiting for the outcome.19:50
Gallomimiaalong with a boot record and so forth19:50
GallomimiaProjectFi: could take up to 15 minutes19:50
Gallomimiano progress bar19:50
EriC^^yeah that's right19:50
ioriaProjectFi,  wait, please19:51
EriC^^ProjectFi: unmount it first19:51
OerHeksHadesWatch3r, not sure where you read that > https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/trusty/amd64/linux-headers-3.19.0-59-generic19:51
Gallomimiayep. go get a coffee, read some stuff....19:51
EriC^^sudo umount /dev/sdb19:51
Gallomimiaseems he's already unmounted it and the dd is progressing19:51
EriC^^it's not unmounted my friend19:51
ProjectFiokay, yeah, I did the same stuff yesterday night except the changing the file name, waited the whole process, but i don't know what went wrong with the booting from usb. Lets see today, how it goes.19:51
EriC^^check his paste19:51
HadesWatch3rOerHeks ... I issued the command in a terminal and it listed that kernel under unsupported ...19:52
EriC^^Gallomimia: //dev/sdb on /media/anil/8644-0FE6 type vfat19:52
ProjectFiI did run the umount command , but it shows me some error. I pased above.19:52
Gallomimiadid with sudo?19:52
ProjectFibut I wrote sdb119:53
EriC^^ProjectFi: sudo umount /dev/sdb19:53
Gallomimiahm. interesting error. sure it's mounted?19:53
ioriaProjectFi,  dd running ?19:53
EriC^^without the 119:53
ProjectFiyeah, I guess, I did mistake.19:53
ProjectFiyes dd still running.19:53
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ProjectFii can't cancel now and run umount.19:54
ioriaProjectFi,  ok, wait thou19:54
ProjectFiwaiting for dd to finish19:54
Gallomimiaif dd is going, it wasn't mounted19:54
ioriaProjectFi,  and post the result19:54
EriC^^Gallomimia: not really, dd doesn't care19:54
Gallomimiathat's where the problems can arise :)19:54
GallomimiaProjectFi: these guys double checked for you, but dd is a command you should be extremely careful with.19:55
Gallomimiaif you put the wrong drive in as output, it can write over your files19:55
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: hay is for horses ;)19:55
ioriawe hope not19:56
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: True19:56
Gallomimiawhats up?19:56
ProjectFiioria: dd completed. http://paste.ubuntu.com/16903248/19:56
OneWithTheCoreI need help with a really weird problem19:56
cra5wena ctm19:56
cra5wena ctm19:56
ioriaProjectFi,  let's try it on the target19:56
Gallomimia!ask | OneWithTheCore19:57
ubottuOneWithTheCore: 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 !patience19:57
ProjectFiioria: something wrong just happened.19:57
ioriaProjectFi,  what ?19:57
Gallomimiayou pulled it out and it gave a message?19:57
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/19:58
kenrinHadesWatch3r: Maybe you are referring to this? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack19:58
OneWithTheCoreFor some reason, my USB headphones (Razer Kraken) are being detected as a keyboard so I can't use them as headphones like they are supposed to be. I've been looking for an answer for about 2 days now and found nothing19:58
ProjectFiioria: when I open pendrive, it shows me this message "Failed to open Directory "8644-0FE6". Error when getting information for file '/media/anil/8644-0FE6/F?V∙₧ò0-.îl': Input/output error"19:58
ioriaProjectFi, you don't open it, you boot it19:59
ProjectFiAnd there is absolute nothing, in the pendrive.19:59
EriC^^ProjectFi: cause it's still trying open the old fat32 you had and didn't unmount (when i told you to)19:59
HadesWatch3rKenrin .. if you run "ubuntu-support-status --show-unsupported" in a terminal... it says that my kernel 3.19.0-59 is unsupported.... I'm running 14.04.4 LTS.19:59
ProjectFiAnd the funny part is that, when I open my hardrive (the open in the laptop), it has all the stuff related to ubuntu which suppose to be on pendrive. What just happened.19:59
EriC^^ProjectFi: it should be good though, type "sync" then remove the pendrive and try it on a different usb port20:00
kenrinYes because you can install newer kernels on 14.04.420:00
ioriaProjectFi,  try to boot it20:01
HadesWatch3rThis one is stock.. I'm just trying to determine if this is not right or I should do something ...20:01
tominatorHello, I need help20:01
Gallomimia!ask | tominator20:01
ubottutominator: 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 !patience20:01
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: these headphones have some buttons on them?20:01
tominatorIs there any way to simply migrate linux from one drive to another?20:01
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: It has one in order to be able to mute/unmute the mic20:02
tominatorI have it installed on a flashdrive, and I'd like to move it to an SSD20:02
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: is that a manual switch, that just turns it off, or does it link to the computer?20:02
tominatorKind of a portable OS20:02
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: also, what's it say when you type lsusb in terminal?20:02
kenrinYes it ships with 3.19 but you can use LTS hardware enablement stack to upgrade to a wily or vivid kernel20:02
Gallomimiatominator: if it's already installed on a drive, you might be able to move it simply with dd20:03
Gallomimianever tried that tho20:03
ProjectFiioria: trying it on the target20:03
Gallomimiayou'd probably need to rerun grub installer after it20:03
ProjectFiwill update you20:03
ioriaProjectFi,  wish you luck, mate20:03
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tominatorAh, how would I do that?20:03
ProjectFihaha ty20:03
Gallomimiadd if=/dev/something of=/dev/something20:04
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: I'm not 100% certain. I think it is all software. It also doesn't show up in lsusb for some reason20:04
Gallomimiawhere the somethings are the device names for the flash and ssd respectively20:04
tominatorHow about updating grub?20:04
EriC^^tominator: rsync would be better here than dd, dd is more for if both drives have the exact same size20:04
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: that's quite odd. if the button is software, it should show up as two devices: one keyboard, and one sound input/output20:05
tominatorah, rsync, okay, where can I get info on that?20:05
Gallomimiagoogle has lots20:05
Gallomimiait's a popular tool20:05
tominatorOh, of course :P20:05
llldinotominator, $ man rsync20:05
ubottursync is a fast remote file copy and synchronization program - For more see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/rsync20:05
Gallomimiai find the man for rsync really unhelpful. a tutorial is better place to start20:05
tominatorGot it, awesome20:05
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: That's what it does for my mouse, but it doesn't detect the headphones as audio at all. Someone else had the same issue on Arch, but no one has posted to that thread in months and it was left with no answer20:06
Gallomimiagrub-install is the other device20:06
tominatorFinally, is there any way to have linux be able to boot UEFI and BIOS devices at the same time?20:06
MonkeyDusti use rsync to backup to my external USB, takes about 3 minutes, really fast20:06
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: it's possible that device simply has no drivers in the linux kernel20:06
Gallomimiathe most up-to-date kernel you can get is often best choice20:06
tominatorI can't seem to get it to boot on some older macbooks and a PC20:06
apb1963ubuntu 14.04 LTS; I'm using Nimbus screenshot within Firefox - trying to print.  It appears to send it to the printer OK, no errors or anything to indicate a problem.  But the printer just sits there idle.  Nothing in the print queue. "echo test | print" works.  I'm not sure where to go from here.20:07
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: I have 4.6.0-040600rc1-generic20:07
dave_sullivanIs anyone aware of a way to check a .xz (lzma) file to see how many chunks it has?20:07
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ProjectFiioria: Oh my God! Dude, it worked. It's installing now.20:07
ProjectFiHow the hell? What was the magic command ?20:07
ioriaProjectFi, ok, have to go... have fun with ubu...20:07
ProjectFiBut I missed.20:07
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: very up to date :/ not sure20:07
ProjectFiThanks a ton man.20:08
GallomimiaProjectFi: the procedure you just did is sometimes fussy and doesn't always work the first time. some computers are harder to make boot from USB20:08
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: It's weird since one person got it working by doing something with alsa or something20:08
ProjectFiGallomimia: I mean, I tried installing windows from USB and always used Rufus and never had problem single time. It was nightmare for me on Linux.20:09
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: there's another tool you might find useful to poke around in. it's named pacl in terminal. pulse audio command line. lets you poke all sorts of things to do with audio. see if your device is listed there? probably not tho20:09
Gallomimiaoh. alsa eh?20:09
tominatorSo, if I already have Linux on a USB(what I'm using now) that works on some computers, but not 64bit macs from before 2013 and a UEFI lenovo20:10
tominatorWhat can I do to make it work?20:10
tominatorpreferably without reinstalling20:10
Gallomimiathat's a tough one :/20:10
tominatorYeah :P20:10
Gallomimiaon my mac laptop, 2010, i had to install refind20:11
GallomimiaEFI bootloader20:11
apb1963tominator: You might take a look at Partimage.  http://www.partimage.org/Main_Page  I haven't used it, but from the blurb I would think it would work for you.  I don't know about the extra details you just supplied.20:11
tominatorI was wondering if it had anything to do with bootloader settings. The live CD works on the macs, and it used to work on the PC20:11
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: Sorry about that. Anyway, the headset doesn't show up in pulse audio20:11
Gallomimiai don't have any problems booting from a USB on the mac, but to install on the internal drive i needed a new bootloader20:11
EriC^^tominator: if it's installed in legacy mode then you have to convert to uefi so it'll work with the mac and uefi lenovo20:11
GallomimiaOneWithTheCore: shucks. i'm not much of an expert in that regard20:11
ubottuUEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI20:12
tominatorIts very strange, It works on some newer macs20:12
OneWithTheCoreGallomimia: They are really nice headphones so I really want to get them working, but I can't find an answer anywhere20:12
Gallomimiauh.... let me think20:12
Gallomimiai did try some headphones before. oh no they were analog20:12
ProjectFiGallomimia: What browser you recommend ?20:12
Gallomimiachromium tbh20:12
Gallomimiai haven't used it myself. i just know that i need to ditch firefox20:13
tominatorAlright, I think I have enough to try some of these things now. I cannot express my thanks enough, you guys are incredible.20:13
Gallomimiagood luck20:13
ProjectFiOr should I install chrome ?20:13
GallomimiaProjectFi: its my understanding that they're the same20:13
Gallomimiabut.... i'm not really into trusting google anymore20:14
kenrinUh, chromium doesn't have the flash and stuff20:14
Gallomimiachromium is just source i think. needs to be compiled20:14
Gallomimiakenrin: free stuff only? free as in speech20:15
ProjectFihe said Flash20:15
Gallomimiaflash is definitely unfree20:15
ProjectFichrome have that pre installed20:15
ProjectFinot sure about chromium20:15
Gallomimiai went looking for chromium. i didn't find any binaries20:16
Gallomimiaso you have to actually compile the thing. get all the dependency libraries.20:16
kenrinOn ubuntu?20:16
Gallomimiawell, on their site20:16
Gallomimiathere's a package for it?20:16
ProjectFilet me come from that brand new installed 16.04.20:18
ProjectFiI am tired using xubuntu20:18
CarlFKsquinty: um.. Additional Drivers...  I've seen that ... is there a command to launch that?20:19
thanissarohow can i make my ubuntu run faster? it is not a very high spec system20:24
codfectionubuntu GUI takes resources20:24
codfectionuse lubuntu20:24
thanissarocodfection: is there a way to switch without formatting?20:25
qryhi any WIFi experts that can help me out on this little issue: https://paste.kde.org/pwpfseifr20:25
stevenRobbo`: do it20:26
codfectionthanissaro, format it20:26
codfectionand install lubuntu20:26
codfectionI suggest arch linux20:26
codfectionfor faster linux flavor20:27
Robbo`steven: shhh, I have a real issue that im going to need to drink lots for20:27
pvsharovqry, what problem?20:27
MonkeyDustqry  that's a wall of text, better discribe the issue in human language and in one line20:28
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qrypvsharov: no wifi. it says disabled in lshw -C network20:28
Robbo`So channel, my linux overlords. Chile, Santiago once again changed their timezone and I can't tell if for some reason I'm not getting the update or ubuntu just hasn't been updated. The latest tzdata update was in April (after the change was announced, but before it went into affect) and the change log doesn't indicate what was changed. Can someone either20:29
Robbo`direct me to where you do patches (I can't work shit out on these websites) or patch it for me? I'll give you a virtual beer.20:29
pvsharovshow lspci20:29
qrybrcmwl-0: Wireless LAN20:29
qry    Soft blocked: yes20:29
qry    Hard blocked: no20:29
Robbo`or can someone link me to some source, I see bug reports and diffs but where do I get the damn file20:30
qrypvsharov: it should all be in that link i pasted. Its the normal script people ask you to run on the forums :)20:30
PiciRobbo`: version 2016c-1 should have included the santiago changes. http://changelogs.ubuntu.com/changelogs/pool/main/t/tzdata/tzdata_2016d-0ubuntu0.16.04/changelog20:31
PiciRobbo`: and 2016d is the version I see on all of our supported releases20:32
Robbo`has that been put back into lts?20:32
Robbo`I see * New upstream, affecting America/Caracas, Asia/Magadan, Asia/Tomsk.20:32
Robbo`which according to your link comes later, so it was pulled from upstream before this was?20:32
Pegasus_RPGHello. I'm installing Ubuntu into a KVM virtual machine and it's gone fine except that GRUB won't install.20:33
Pegasus_RPG(Trying to install it on /dev/vda)20:33
Robbo`ok I see it20:33
Robbo`was able to find changelog, so something wrong with my updates then20:33
PiciRobbo`: you can also see taht 2016c and 2016b were in the repos at some point as well here: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/tzdata/+publishinghistory20:34
apb1963ubuntu 14.04 LTS; I'm using Nimbus screenshot within Firefox - trying to print.  It appears to send it to the printer OK, no errors or anything to indicate a problem.  But the printer just sits there idle.  Nothing in the print queue. "echo test | print" works.  I'm not sure where to go from here.20:36
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qrypvsharov: you had any luck matey ?20:37
OerHeksapb1963, look in your printersettings, 1200 dpi or 600 dpi can be to large20:37
qryAny wifi specialist kinda got a problem with my Wireless network card says " DISABLED" and i got Soft block which even if i remove network card still doesnt work20:39
TGVoidHow do I mount a .ddrescue file to copy its raw files?20:41
vltTGVoid: mount -o loop, for example.20:43
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vltTGVoid: If the ddrescue image is not of a block device with _only_ a file system, at the beginning that is, you might need to specify an offset value.20:44
vltTGVoid: There’s kpartx that can do that for you for the loop devices.20:45
vltTGVoid: losetup might help as well20:46
apb1963OerHeks: Thank you.  I don't see anywhere to set that.  Do you mean in Nimbus?  Or the device driver?  System settings?  Somewhere else?20:47
TGVoidvlt: This is what Terminal said: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16904524/20:48
OerHeksapb1963, printersettings (cups)20:48
xubuntu939how long does ubuntu take to install20:49
TGVoidvlt: I'm new to Linux as a whole, so sorry about my lack of knowledge20:49
vltxubuntu939: This afternoon it took me 30 minutes.20:49
apb1963OerHeks: oh yeah... been awhile.  OK, let me take a peek at that.20:49
andrilUbuntu ain't never hurt anybody :)20:49
TGVoidxubuntu939: It shouldn't take very long. I'm pretty sure you can use Ubuntu while it's installing20:50
xubuntu939how about the time for xubuntu?20:50
OerHeksapb1963, click on the file to print, printer dialog shows up, and then img quality or something20:50
qrywell ubuntu is hurting me right now when my wifi doesnt work -.-20:50
vltTGVoid: The mount command expects a place where to mount the file system to. Usually you specify that as a second argument after the source device. Alternatively the mount command looks into that file if you put it there (which makes no sense for this one time operation).20:50
devmarkcan NOT get vnc to work on ubuntu 16.20:51
vltdevmark: client or server?20:52
qryAny takers on a Wireless Network problem. ? :)20:52
vltTGVoid: An example: mount /dev/block/device /mnt/a/directory/to/mount/to/20:53
devmarkyes..lol. I've used remmina ON THIS BOX before the 16.04 upgrade...worked great. now, i can RDP, but vnc to other ubnuntu boxes won't work. i've removed & purged, reinstalled...nothing seems to work.20:53
vltTGVoid: In your case: sudo mount -o loop /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue /mnt/20:53
vltTGVoid: But …20:53
vltTGVoid: Guessing by reading the file name of your ddrescue dump you might need the offset thing.20:54
TGVoidvlt: I made a new folder in my drive and tried to mount it into that: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16904677/20:55
vltTGVoid: Bingo. Your file system begins at an offset.20:55
TGVoidvlt: What do I have to do to get it to mount?20:56
vltTGVoid: If you don’t want to mess with multiplying sector sizes by offset values I’d recommend installing kpartx: sudo apt install kpartx20:57
vltTGVoid: Then run: kpartx -a /dev/loop120:58
vltTGVoid: Then try the mount command again but this time it should look like: mount /dev/mapper/loop1p1 /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/Mount/20:59
xubuntu939record time for ubuntu flavor install: 15 minutes (Xubuntu)21:00
TGVoidvlt: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16904865/ I'm running off of "Try Ubuntu" on a USB if that affects anything21:01
vltTGVoid: Running from USB is totally fine.21:01
HackerIInaturally, it depends on your hardware for installation speeds.21:01
apb1963OerHeks: The image quality setting allows me to choose "Normal", "Best" and High-Res Photo21:01
vltTGVoid: Maybe /dev/loop1 doesn’t exist anymore and we have to create it again. brb...21:03
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apb1963qry: I've never been able to get Network Manager to work... things I've read in the past (few years) recommend removing it.  If you ever do anything manually it will get confused... and if memory serves, it required doing certain things manually and so it's just one big clusterF.  Maybe it's been fixed since I last tried, I don't know.21:08
vltTGVoid: Turns out kpartx can operate on files directly: kpartx -va /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue21:10
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vltTGVoid: And now before you try the mount command have a look at Ubuntu’s file browser. Maybe a new icon appeared that you just have to click on to access the files.21:11
TGVoidvlt: There weren't any icons. I did the command: ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ sudo kpartx -va /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue device-mapper: resume ioctl on loop1p1 failed: Invalid argument create/reload failed on loop1p1 add map loop1p1 (0:0): 0 1816210284 linear 7:1 1920221984 device-mapper: resume ioctl on loop1p2 failed: Invalid argument create/reload failed on loop1p2 add map loop1p2 (0:0): 0 1953653108 linear 7:1 21:12
vltTGVoid: Can you please pate the output of: fdisk -l /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue21:14
TGVoidvlt: ubuntu@ubuntu:~$ fdisk -l /media/ubuntu/Seagate\ Expansion\ Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue Disk /media/ubuntu/Seagate Expansion Drive/sda-pass1.ddrescue: 910.4 GiB, 977533927424 bytes, 1909245952 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: dos Disk identifier: 0x73736572  Device                                      21:15
vlt!paste | TGVoid21:15
ubottuTGVoid: 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.21:15
TGVoidvlt: Sorry. The last two were pasted directly on accident21:16
apb1963OerHeks: I found this in the cups error log: E [01/Jun/2016:12:57:33 -0700] [Client 16] IPP read error: Invalid media name arguments.21:17
serverascodeanyone know how to get a second interface working with cobbler 2.4.1? just need the second interface to be dhcp21:18
pvsharovjust edit /etc/networking/interfaces21:21
serverascodecobbler creates that file though, and I'd like to to have the second interface setup, and it's not right now21:25
pvsharovdescribe your question better21:26
serverascodeI mean when cobbler deploys a system, how can I configure the deployment for that system to enable the second interface. Not the cobbler server, but the deployed system21:28
OerHekssoemthing like this serverascode21:29
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OerHekssudo koan --virt --server= --profile=natty-i386 --virt-name=natty-test-koan --virt-bridge=br121:29
OerHeksyou can play with profiles too21:30
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TGVoidvlt: What do I do after that? http://paste.ubuntu.com/16905291/21:31
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cristian_chow could I display chinese font in ubuntu browsers?21:35
cristian_cI've encountered the same issue with multiple browsers21:35
cristian_cAny ideas?21:36
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LeftFootBrakercristian_c: did you install chinese in "SystemSettings->Languages" ?21:40
OerHekscrist http://www.xiangji.me/2016/04/29/solving-cjk-font-rendering-issue-in-chrome-on-ubuntu-16.04/ this issue?21:42
OerHeksfrom https://github.com/electron/electron/issues/526621:42
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: I try to see21:43
cristian_cOerHeks: ok21:43
cristian_cOerHeks: no, I don't see font, I see only empty rectangles in place of ideograms21:44
LeftFootBrakercristian_c: if you go to System-Settings->Languages, there is a list of installed languages. This Menu is mainly for orthographic corrections and such, but the fonts are installed as well... -so if there chinese is listed, you should have the correct fonts installed21:46
LeftFootBrakers/so if there chinese is listed/so if chinese is listed there/21:47
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: I've installed chinese (traditional and simplified), now21:47
vltTGVoid: What does "ll /dev/mapper" look like?21:48
LeftFootBrakercrisitan_c: then the corresponding fonts should be installed21:48
soee_is it known bug that mysql 5.7 is very slow when creating tables etc?21:48
LeftFootBrakercristian_c: I'm no expert on X, so perhaps you will have to restart X (either by power-cycling your machine or simply logoff/logon to X)21:49
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: ok, reboot21:50
TGVoidvlt: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16906100/21:50
vltTGVoid: And "losetup -a"?21:52
TGVoidvlt: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16906159/21:52
vltTGVoid: Ok, kpartx managed to map one of the partitions in your rescue file to /dev/mapper. Try: mount /dev/mapper/loop1p4 /your/mount/point/21:54
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: it works!21:55
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: (without reboot)21:56
TGVoidvlt: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16906276/21:56
cristian_cLeftFootBraker: thanks21:56
vltTGVoid: Might this be an incomplete image of the disk?21:57
LeftFootBrakercristian_c: you are welcome :-)21:58
TGVoidvlt: I don't think so. This is what DDRescue says: http://paste.ubuntu.com/16906324/21:58
vltTGVoid: errors:    469921:58
vltTGVoid: If that doesn’t cout as incomplete, what does?21:59
TGVoidvlt: Oh.... I thought those are written as zeros..... Is there any way to make them blank?21:59
vltTGVoid: Looks like important parts of the file system are broken. These are zeros, yes. And zeros don’t help when you have to locate the beginning and enf of a file.22:00
vltTGVoid: Example: File’s name is "000000000" it begins at 0000 and is 00000 long. What do you expect?22:01
vltTGVoid: There are tools that can try to find typical data structures and read them off the disk image.22:01
TGVoidvlt: Yeah, the data on my drive is corrupted and I was trying to salvage what I could. Do you know of any good tools?22:02
vltTGVoid: JPEG files for example, image files in general tend to have a unique beginning signature.22:02
vltTGVoid: A name that comes to mind is "testdisk".22:02
Ben64only 71MB is messed up, seems like you should be able to mount the image22:03
TGVoidvlt: Wait, is there any way to recover just the error sections?22:04
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Ben64error sections are gone22:05
TGVoidHow do I fix the image with Testdisk?22:06
vltTGVoid: You don’t.22:06
vltTGVoid: Testdisk tries to find blocks of data that _look_ like a file.22:07
Ben64you're thinking of photorec22:07
vltYes, that’s another tool.22:08
Ben64which comes with testdisk, but a different binary22:08
Ben64testdisk doesn't find files at all22:08
OerHeksddrescue can use its log to retry to read those blocks AFAIK22:09
TGVoidBen64: Do I just need to run ddrescue -n from to ?22:10
TGVoidBen64: from to log*22:10
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TGVoidNevermind. I'm in a hurry to get this machine sent in for repair. How do I use photorec, and does it only find files or find and save them?22:14
sudomarizei'm trying to install ubuntu gnome, but it keeps freezing at the "installation type" page22:14
sudomarizeany ideas what could be the cause?22:14
UnionTgvoid It finds and recovers the files. It's best used when testdisk can't detect an OS.22:16
TGVoidUnion: Is there any tool that only finds them and saves it into a log? If not, can photorec upload files directly to an FTP server?22:18
arvieHow long should ubuntu/lubuntu take to boot?22:26
TGVoidUnion: Is there any tool that only finds them and saves it into a log? If not, can photorec upload files directly to an FTP server?22:26
pvsharovarvie: depends on many things.22:27
arvieMy newly installed lubuntu takes about 45 seconds to reach the blue screen. Any ideas of where to srat first?22:27
OerHeksphotorec doesn't recover file names.22:28
arviepvsharov: can you advise where I should start first?22:28
OerHeks45 sec is not bad22:29
pvsharovchech services on autorun22:29
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arviepvsharov: I'm new to linux, how do I check services on autorun?22:30
pvsharovPreferences>Default applicatins for lxsession>autostart22:30
arviepvsharov: thanks! for instructions.22:32
pvsharovhow many memory you have installed?22:32
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arviepvsharov: 1GB22:33
pvsharovso it's normal booting time, you can also disable services you don't use22:35
stephen_stadtlerHey everyone do you know why twitch would be very laggy almost like the browser cant keep up playing the video22:35
arviepvsharov: Settings is a "NO". Manual is "blank". Enabled checks include Power MGR, Update Notifier, LXRandR auto start, Network, Screen locker, & user folder updates.22:36
arviepvsharov: which services can I disable?22:37
pvsharovarvie: it's ok22:37
sudomarizewhat's the command to put an iso onto a usb?22:37
pvsharovarvie: show sudo service --status-all22:37
k1lsudomarize: dd22:38
sudomarizek1l: just dd?22:38
zykotick9k1l: cp being an easier option...  sudomarize22:38
arviepvsharov: o.k. done. what am I looking for?22:39
k1lsudomarize: sudo dd if=/path/to/ubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1M && sync22:39
ChetManlydd if=whereeveryousaveiso of=/dev/nameofdevice22:39
k1lsudomarize: when sdb is the usb22:39
zykotick9sudomarize: fyi, using above example as a base "sudo cp ubuntu.iso /dev/sdb && sync"22:40
pvsharovarvie: nothing. On my laptop booting of lubuntu takes 1 minut22:40
k1lzykotick9: didnt know that works22:41
pvsharovwith 1GB memory22:41
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zykotick9k1l: it's actually what debian has started to recommend to create hybrid usb these days.22:41
TGVoidUnion: Hello?22:42
arviepvsharov: wow. I had a laptop wiith lubuntu 14. & 512GB memory and it booted faster.22:42
danmulveywhen does support for 15.10 end?22:43
danmulveycool thanks Ben6422:43
danmulveyand 16.04 is LTS so thats what, 3 years?22:43
Ben645 years now for lts22:43
pvsharovarvie: so it's ok :)22:43
danmulveysorry I've been out of the loop for a little bit and just getting back into it all22:43
danmulveyalright awesome, even better!22:43
arviepvsharov: well okie-dokie! :)22:44
pvsharovarvie: bitte schon )))22:45
dreweryWhen I use apt-get upgrade ...what is the scope of the upgrade? Is it limited to minor.patches or will it upgrade major.minor.patches?22:47
k1ldrewery: it will update all packages installed. but not those who need to remove or install other packages22:48
k1ldrewery: for full upgrade better use the new "sudo apt full-upgrade" command after running "sudo apt update"22:48
dreweryif I have php 5.3 is it going to upgrade to 5.x or it will upgrade to php 7?22:48
drewerybut I take that back, that was not a good question since22:49
drewerythey are different packages already22:49
k1lon the ubuntu repos? they wont change the major version.22:49
mcphaildrewery: most packages will not upgrade to a major release. Mainly bugfixes only22:49
drewerythanks mcphail, that's what I was wondering, so it is safe to run upgrade once in a while22:50
Ben64it's unsafe not to22:50
drewerythanks k1l as well22:50
mcphaildrewery: it woul be encouraged22:50
k1ldrewery: you even need to run that more often to get the security updates22:50
k1llokk at ubuntu.com/usn what is updated securitywise every day22:50
dreweryright, I was just wondering if I had to use any flags for that purpose since major upgrades sometimes can cause compatibility issues22:51
dreweryI probably will add it to my news feed, thanks for the link.22:52
vltdrewery: You can setup automatic security updates.22:53
dreweryvlt: through cron or a built-in command that automates it?22:54
schroI am a new user and I need help in installing a brother model MFC-J475DW printer on my Linux mint 17.3 (Rosa) OS based computer. Can any one Help. Thanks, The schro22:56
genii!mint | schro22:57
ubottuschro: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org22:57
OerHeksschro, does it list in openprinting.org ?22:57
user2635Hi guys22:58
user2635I have a bug which I have no idea where to report. Basically when I log into Ubuntu, it has the logon sound of the drums, but at the same time it brings up the volume level notification which is muted (even though it plays the sound)22:59
user2635I can upload a picture of what I mean if you like22:59
TGVoidBen64: Photorec doesn't display my image23:09
TGVoidBen64: Also, does PhotoRec have the ability to pause?23:10
TGVoidBen64: My drive image isn't listed under Photorec23:10
Ben64you have to give photorec the image23:10
Ben64but really, you should try mounting it23:11
TGVoidBen64: How do I mount? I tried before, but it failed.23:11
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Ben64mount -o loop -t <filesystem> /path/to/image /path/to/mountpoint23:12
TGVoidBen64: The filesystem would be the format?23:13
vltHe already tried this and it failed.23:13
Ben64its only missing 71MB out of 1TB, it should be able to mount23:14
vltAmong the >70MB of destroyed data might have even been the partition table so that all the offset values are bogus.23:14
Ben64now you23:14
Ben64're just guessing23:14
vltBased on my experience, the data he showed and the layout of file systems on block devices.23:15
OerHekscorrupted mbr during install and cancel made him make a dd image23:15
OerHeksTGVoid is working on this for 3th day or so23:16
TGVoidvlt: Ben64 I only imaged a single partition of the 1 TB because I didn't care for WIndows system files. I did change cluster sizes during the rescue to optimize it if that changes anything23:16
vltTGVoid: Do you have an idea why your image of one partition has a partition table?23:18
TGVoidvlt: To be honest, I know close to nothing about how partitions work. All I know is how to format drives and change the sizes of partitions.23:19
vltTGVoid: If you don’t publish personal data while doing this could you please paste "hd -v your_image_file | head -30"?23:20
chid_Is there a step by step guide to debugging why X isn't loading?23:20
neq5anybody alive? ;]23:21
TGVoidvlt: I'm not sure what you can get out of this, but I'll PM it to you just in case23:22
neq5i have a question about nonworking sound in fresh installation of 16.04 if anyone could help me..23:23
chid_have you checked alsamixer?23:23
TGVoidMake sure your volume's up23:24
neq5alsamixer? i'll check23:24
neq5ok it worked!23:26
neq5thank you guys ;*23:26
vltTGVoid: It’s an image of a windows NTFS file system.23:27
TGVoidvlt: Yes23:28
vltTGVoid: You can try: mount -t ntfs <imge_file> <mount_point>23:28
tominator88Should I upgrade to Ubuntu 16 on an original macbook?23:28
neq5ok, sorry, i have another question - why my gnome-terminal doesn't play any bells?23:29
neq5i have turned on terminal beep in profile and screen23:29
cosmicfiresare there any good alternate email programs to thunderbird?23:30
cosmicfiresI replaced chrome and firefox with epiphany, it's much better23:30
TGVoidvlt: Ben64 http://paste.ubuntu.com/16908690/ To me, it looks similar to when I tried to mount my hard drive23:31
vltTGVoid: It should look exactly like that.23:33
samthewildoneHaving a problem here > http://codepad.org/RDyDqaTN23:33
vltTGVoid: Because you took an exact image.23:33
tominator88Is it good to upgrade linux?23:33
TGVoidvlt: So the image can't be recovered either?23:34
vltTGVoid: Usually you take the image to avoid further damage of the disk while trying to analyze it.23:34
vltTGVoid: The image is in the same state your drive was when you took it.23:34
luispcquien esta lo saludo23:35
vlt!es | luispc23:35
ubottuluispc: 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.23:35
TGVoidBen64: vlt: Should I just use photorec on my drive?23:36
vltTGVoid: Have you tried any of the testdisk tools?23:36
TGVoidvlt: NO23:36
vltTGVoid: If by drive you mean your image, yes.23:36
TGVoidvlt: My image won't show up in photorec though23:37
vltTGVoid: I’d say don’t waste time on the drive.  ddrescue did all it could for more than 24 hours.23:37
TGVoidvlt: BY that, do you mean give up or use the image?23:38
OerHeksphotorec doesn't recover file names. i would avoid that23:39
vltTGVoid: Use the image, of course! If photorec needs a blockdevice: losetup <file>23:39
* vlt has to go23:40
TGVoidvlt: Can I pause it if I need to use a different computer (since I'm sending this one away)23:40
TGVoidOerHeks: Can I pause photorec if I need to use the computer, or will it only take a few minutes?23:41
ShekelbergNeed some help with network shares from a windows machine. Can anyone help?23:41
OerHeksnot sure you can23:41
TGVoidOerHeks: Will it take a lot of time?23:43
TGVoidOerHeks: By that I mean more than an hour?23:44
OerHeks1tb .. maybe a day or more..23:44
neq5anyone can help me? how to make gnome-terminal play bells...23:45
ozbrkhi guys I need to ask something about xubuntu. I installed the nvdia xserver and the drivers from the settings (as anyone could do) but it seems VSync doesn't work23:46
geniineq5: http://askubuntu.com/questions/492595/terminal-in-gnome-3-disable-audible-bell-enable-visual-bell23:47
neq5genii: thank you i'll check23:47
TGVoidOerHeks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EJdx2ORi3r4 This video shows a guy using Photorec on a 750 GB drive and it flies by23:47
ShekelbergNeed some help with network shares from a windows machine. Can anyone help?23:48
neq5genii: it's about disabling audible bell hehe23:49
geniineq5: What other kind of bells were you hoping to make it play?23:50
neq5ok i found out23:50
neq5genii: i already gained sounds, thank you23:50
TGVoidOerHeks: To make the image visible to Photorec, I need to do losetup <image> correct?23:52
OerHekserr i don use photorec, really.23:52
OerHeksi warned against it, that is all.23:53
TGVoidOerHeks: Are there better methods of file recovery?23:54
OerHeksformost or sleuthkit might be a better forensic tool, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DataRecovery#Extract_filesystem_from_recovered_image23:56
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