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GabrielBenatoHello my friends, help. Use Debian acess ssh: ssh -pPORT root@IPSERVER      Use Kubuntu 16.04 acess don't  ssh: acess danied01:34
TheFocusMorning.  Any ideas howw to fix the Software Centre interface on 16.04?03:12
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rajivmarsI have just installed "office 2007" through wine. everytime after opening "ms word" when i am trying to close it, it shows this error ; "this feature requires MSXML 5.0 to be properly installed. Run setup and click repair to restore this component.05:52
rajivmarsAnybody please try to solve it.05:53
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rajivmarsI have just installed "office 2007" through wine. everytime after opening "ms word" when i am trying to close it, it shows this error ; "this feature requires MSXML 5.0 to be properly installed. Run setup and click repair to restore this component.05:56
rajivmars Anybody please try to solve it.05:56
acheronukrajivmars: I suspect that would be better asked on the #winehq channel05:58
rajivmars acheronuk: ok.05:59
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rajivmars How to remove a particular .Deb package file from the system. I am using ubuntu 16.0406:41
nsnzeroyou want to remove an app - you can use sudo apt remove nameofapp07:15
nsnzeroor get synaptic - its a gui package manager07:16
habitshi guys, how can I configure Konversation to remain in my sys tray not on the taskbar?07:29
habitsrunning Kubuntu 16.0407:29
habitsI was able to do this in my previous KDE environment, but now I cannot recall the steps07:30
amichairstill getting "E: The repository 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/kubuntu-ppa/ppa/ubuntu xenial Release' does not have a Release file."... is there a known problem with the repo?07:41
acheronukamichair: currently there is nothing in that ppa for xenial, so there will not be a release file07:47
amichairacheronuk: I don't know how it works, but couldn't there be an empty or dummy release file, so update scripts don't fail with an error?07:48
acheronukso far newer versions of frameworks/plasma are going in the backports ppa07:48
amichairnot having any current updates shouldn't be an error imho07:49
acheronukpossibly, but that would be a general ppa thing for ubuntu to ponder I think07:49
acheronukas it stands, if you add a ppa that is empty for your release, you will get that error07:50
amichairso I need to remove it, but then when there is an update there, I won't get it and won't know when to re-add the ppa, which kind of defeats the purpose of automatic updates07:50
acheronukin fact, if you use add-apt-repository it should warn you and refuse to add I think07:51
amichairacheronuk: no, it added it with no problem07:51
amichairacheronuk: but I understand what you're saying, it is what it is. Possibly a design bug.07:51
amichairacheronuk: thanks for the info.07:52
acheronukppa updates are not really 'official' in supported update sense, so I guess if you choose to use them you have to expect 'bumps'07:52
acheronukbut I do get your point07:53
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mint_hello, i have question because i cant install Linux mint in my laptop - only is loaded LIVE CD, can i install system in different way than "install linux mint" via desktop because install is crashed in 35% i havent any usb device12:28
mint_pls help me :(12:30
mint_and now i cant burn new CD :(12:30
ubottuLinux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org12:54
OerHeksmint has its own issues12:54
BluesKajHiyas all14:19
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rajivmarsI am using kubuntu 16.04. I have just install wine. After the installation has completed, i have received a message for restart the computer. now when i boot after restart my computer behaves abnormally. the graphics is bad now. everything seems so big. Anybody please figure out this issue.19:13
timur_What driver do you use?19:14
rajivmarstimur_: i have just intel integrated driver. i am not using any external graphics driver.19:15
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> sounds like a scaling issue19:17
IrcsomeBot<ahoneybun> Display Configuration in System Settings has a Scale Display on the bottom of the Window19:18
timur_Pls help with a little issue19:18
timur_After installing nvidia driver on the newest kernel, my splash screen vanished. I see only 4 cubes with Kubuntu text.19:19
timur_While booting19:20
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FooBar314Got a question for you all. I am running kubuntu 16.04 on vmware workstation 12. The resolution for my laptop isn't one of the options and I'm trying to figure out how to fix it. Resolution I'm looking to make it: 1600X900, resolution it's at: 800X600?20:24
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mparilloHave you installed he VMware tools?21:13
mparilloI like to sudo apt update && sudo apt install open-vm-tools-desktop -y21:14
mparilloThen reboot21:14
FooBar314I did21:53
FooBar314I might need to reboot again or something21:53
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Not_a_RobotDo you have any recomendations for SSD?22:49
mparilloNot_a_Robot: I got http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820178966 on sale for 38 USD. Easy to install in my ancient T61, making it again my favorite laptop.22:59
Not_a_Robotahh! Hehe,  I was asking about what should I do to configure my system correctly to use SSD's, mparillo :)23:03
mparilloWhoops. Sorry. I found that when I did a fresh install most of the recommendations (like trim) seemed to be enabled, but I am no expert. I think this looks to be decent Ubuntu guidance (but again, I am no expert): http://askubuntu.com/questions/674320/what-ssd-optimization-are-needed-on-latest-ubuntu-version23:08
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