theoremk1l_: this seems to work ... :  dbus-send --type=method_call --dest=org.gnome.ScreenSaver /org/gnome/ScreenSaver org.gnome.ScreenSaver.Lock00:00
de-factomurphy_ you may want to read up on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lvm and also http://askubuntu.com/questions/7002/how-to-set-up-multiple-hard-drives-as-one-volume/7841#784100:00
k1l_theorem: you are running a end-of-life ubuntu. no one will ever fix anything on that anymore. you should make sure to upgrade to 14.0400:00
murphy_thanks de-facto im reading up on both right now00:00
theoremk1l_: yes, have to consider that.  lots of things to break and migrate though.  That's why I've been putting it off.00:01
k1l_if you dont like upgrading: install and stay on the LTS versions00:01
coreshi does anyone here speak chinese?00:01
k1l_theorem: you are very late. its a security issue and doesnt get any updates since july 201400:01
theoremk1l_: ah, so kinda bad.00:02
k1l_so, you should focus on making backups of important stuff and upgrade to 14.04. maybe the locking issue is gone anyways then :)00:02
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theoremk1l_: the problem was every time I did a major upgrade on Ubuntu the next version would break something.00:02
theoremk1l_: can't backup 22TB anywhere else.00:03
tgm4883theorem: 22TB of data shouldn't be on your OS drive00:03
theoremtgm4883: it's not, but it is ZFS00:03
tgm4883theorem: zfs on 13.10, yikes00:04
k1l_the upgrades on ubuntu get automated testings since some time.  so for the general setup and original ubuntu repo packages the ugprades do work00:04
theoremk1l_: just because it's automated doesn;t mean all the cases are covered.00:04
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theoremk1l_: for example, there's a bluetooth issue with 16.04  --  been having problems for months.00:05
k1l_theorem: as i said: for the packages from the repo and common setups.00:05
theoremk1l_: is zfsforlinux on repos ?00:05
k1l_theorem: but, you have no choice. since you choose to not install a LTS version, you knew you had to upgrade after the EOL timeframe. only LTS releases do have 5 years support timeframe.00:06
theoremk1l_: which versions are LTS ?00:06
theorem13.04 ?  14.04 ?00:06
OerHeksif you don't have a backup of your data, it is not important. golden rule00:07
tgm4883theorem: even years00:07
ubottuLTS means Long Term Support. Until 12.04 LTS versions of Ubuntu were supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server; since 12.04 (Precise Pangolin) LTS versions will be supported for 5 years on the desktop and server. The latest LTS version of Ubuntu is !Xenial (Xenial Xerus 16.04.1)00:07
k1l_theorem: 12.04, 14.04, 16.04,...00:07
theoremOerHeks: dual rudundant drives in 1 location is OK.  still important, not mission critical to warrant 2x the cost.00:07
theoremI will move up the timeline to upgrade.00:08
tgm4883theorem: That's high availability, not a backup00:08
k1l_there is no way around the fact, that you need to upgrade or make a new install.00:08
theoremtgm4883: touche -- you're right.00:08
theoremalright, then let's talk upgrade.00:09
theoremlet's assume 16.04 is a target.00:09
k1l_doesnt work00:10
theoremI have a 500G SSD for this.00:10
k1l_you need to upgrade to 14.04 first. from that you can do a second upgrade to 16.0400:10
theoremdo I jump through the upgrades sequentially from 14 - 16 , or cut bait and jump to a clean install of 16.04 ?00:10
theoremI'm bound to break a ton of stuff ...00:10
tgm4883theorem: you would have to upgrade to 14.04, then you could upgrade directly to 16.0400:11
stephenmac7Jordan_U: Are you still there? I've read a few articles on it but since I'm booting in legacy mode I don't have access to any of the tools for EFI.00:11
theoremtgm4883: yes, how do I flip it onto another physical drive ?00:11
theoremcan I choose the upgrade target drive ?00:11
k1l_its your decision if you want to make a clean 16.04 install or do the upgrade to 14.04 and then 16.0400:11
k1l_flip the upgrade to another drive?00:12
theoremyes, just thought of a solution ...00:12
tgm4883theorem: you've have to clone the drive somehow00:12
k1l_i dont think you understand what a upgrade is?00:12
theoremtgm4883: upgrading software is replacing it.  usually in-place.00:12
theoremthis would be "not in place"00:12
tgm4883theorem: correct00:12
theorembut anyhow, off to dd.00:12
k1l_you could clone the OS from a live OS onto the new ssd.00:13
theoremwould need to clone from 1TB to 500G00:13
theoremcan I rezise during clone , or only after ?00:13
k1l_you are making this more difficult every time now.00:14
k1l_maybe its best you make a clean 16.04 install onto the ssd, set it up how you like it. then boot and run that00:14
Bashing-omNeccy: Sorry, got called away . what have we for the control file ' cat /etc/network/interfaces " ?00:20
NeccyBashing-om: http://pastebin.com/m3uA0u9h00:27
Bashing-omNeccy: Look'n .00:28
Bashing-omNeccy: That too is correct for when network-manager is active . Now what returns ' ls -l /etc/resolv.conf ' ? As I still look at this as a config issue as pong on is good .00:31
deidyomegaI'm confused about using upstart00:31
k1l_deidyomega: on what ubuntu release?00:32
deidyomegaI have an service I just created, and can start it with service myprog start/stop00:32
deidyomega14.04 lts00:32
deidyomegait's stored in /etc/init/myprog.conf00:32
deidyomegaHowever, when I restart, it doesn't autorun00:32
deidyomegawhen I restart: status myprog --> waiting/stop00:33
tgm4883deidyomega: have you checked the logs? maybe it's starting and failing to start?00:33
smokelessdeidyomega: is there an event triggering it to start?00:33
deidyomegastart on startup00:33
deidyomegaWhere would the logs be?00:34
NeccyBashing-om: http://pastebin.com/3UX14KHP00:34
tgm4883deidyomega: /var/log/upstart/jobname00:34
deidyomegatgm4883:  It appears to be failing because its starting before postgresql is running.  can I have the start on be last in line?00:36
tgm4883deidyomega: does postgresql start via upstart? if so, you could just wait for that to start00:36
Bashing-omNeccy: That too is proper . And if we bring the network up manually ' ifconfig enp6s0 up ' what results ?00:37
deidyomegaservice postgresql Usage: /etc/init.d/postgresql {start|stop|restart|reload|force-reload|status} [version ..]00:38
deidyomega^--- does that mean yes?00:38
theoremk1l_: ok, question on swap for SSD drives and 8G of RAM00:39
NeccyBashing-om: Still just does the never ending "Wired Connecting" thing00:39
theoremk1l_: I feel like with that much RAM swap is kinda useless now.00:39
NeccyBashing-om: with the three dots in the icon00:39
Bashing-omNeccy: Well. well .. then is network-manager fully installed ' dpkg -l network-manager' ?00:42
helpmeplscan i dual-boot win10 with ubuntu? i set up a raid5 array (5x500GB HDDs) and idk if win10 will work since my filesystem is already formatted under EXT400:42
tgm4883deidyomega: maybe. You might have to get fancy like this when I had to wait for mysql to be up https://github.com/MythTV/packaging/blob/master/deb/debian/mythtv-backend.upstart00:43
NeccyBashing-om: http://pastebin.com/Vnv5r7yC00:45
deidyomegatgm4883: I'll try that.  If that fails, could I just do:  exec sleep 10; python myprogram.  Because I'm sure within 10 seconds all services will be up and ready00:45
helpmeplsis anyone here experienced with dual boot windows and ubuntu?00:47
smokelesshelpmepls: What's the problem?00:47
helpmeplswell i had a question00:47
NeccyBashing-om: Now its saying "Wired connected" but no internet connection00:47
helpmeplsI have already installed Ubuntu and formatted it under EXT4. I also set up a RAID5 Array with 5 500GB HDD's. Can I install Windows 10 normally, or do I have to reformat/free up a disk for the installation? Thanks.00:47
ubottuDual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot00:48
OerHeksinstall windows first ..00:48
Bashing-om!info network-manager00:48
ubottunetwork-manager (source: network-manager): network management framework (daemon and userspace tools). In component main, is optional. Version 1.2.0-0ubuntu0.16.04.3 (xenial), package size 2069 kB, installed size 10760 kB (Only available for linux-any)00:48
smokelesshelpmepls: windows first, windows is going to want to overwrite your grub.00:48
smokelesshelpmepls: though if you give it a space you can probably rescue disk your system and get your grub all sorted and pointing to the right spots.00:49
NeccyBashing-om: is googles dns server
helpmeplssmokeless: ok, i guess i will try that because id rather not reinstall ubuntu00:49
OerHekswindows cannot handle ext3/4 .. so yes, make free space, but then again, maybe win10 wipes all..00:50
helpmeplssetting up the RAID array took long enough00:50
Blue1OerHeks: Windows will only see windows partitions.  It won't see anything created by Linux.  However, if you install Windows, it overwrites the boot block.  You can re-install grub after doing a windows install to get your Linux back.00:51
smokelesshelpmepls: what blue1 said.00:51
helpmeplsso install windows and then reinstall grub?00:51
helpmeplsthanks for the help, i will try it out00:52
Blue1OerHeks: This is a fairly straightforward method of re-installing grub:  http://www.pkill-9.com/recovering-ubuntudebian-linux-after-a-windows-installhiccup/00:52
energizer1Somehow my default file manager is Disk Usage Analyzer. How can i change this?00:53
deidyomegatgm4883:  Thanks for the help, I just added a while loop to wait for sql to be ready, then start the main execution.  It's likely not the *correct* solution, but it works for me00:53
Bashing-omNeccy: Well fully installed . can  not tell if it is up2date . Have a read through https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkManager#Editing_Network_Settings_in_nm-connection-editor and see if you see a setting out of place in the GUI .00:54
OerHeksBlue1, i would use our guide, but i give no guarantee with installing windows 1000:54
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub200:54
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tyler_devening folks01:02
MannyLNJHello. I had to download a DDNS client from my ISP  and when i execute it I get the follwong error ./ddnsd: error while loading shared libraries: libcurl.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory01:03
OerHeksi can open & close my dvd-tray, but i can not poweroff my printer.01:03
OerHeks!find libcurl01:04
ubottuFound: libcurl3, libcurl3-dbg, libcurl3-gnutls, libcurl3-nss, libcurl4-doc, libcurl4-gnutls-dev, libcurl4-nss-dev, libcurl4-openssl-dev, libcurl-ocaml, libcurl-ocaml-dev (and 2 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libcurl&searchon=names&suite=xenial&section=all01:04
tyler_dMannyLNJ: you need curl01:04
OerHekswild guess: libcurl3301:05
OerHekserr libcurl301:05
tyler_dOerHeks: good guess.... by 1000 people01:05
NeccyBashing-om: Ill check that. Did did you notice if my drivers looked ok?01:06
MannyLNJtyler_d: thank you01:06
MojtabaHi, I am trying to login using TTY1, but it is blank. (16.04 LTS) Any idea?01:06
MannyLNJtyler_d: curl is supposedly installed already and is current01:07
tyler_dMojtaba: what about the other ttys?01:07
tyler_dMannyLNJ: what version?01:07
Bashing-omNeccy: Driver is loaded . And as Intel . I do expect it is correct . The card is good . Not known is the cable !01:07
breathewat is this01:08
ubottuA list of official Ubuntu IRC channels, as well as IRC clients for Ubuntu, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat - For a general list of !freenode channels, see http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#channellist - See also !Guidelines01:08
tyler_dMojtaba: and what are you doing down in the tty?01:08
MannyLNJtyler_d: of curl? curl 7.35.0 (x86_64-pc-linux-gnu) libcurl/7.35.0 OpenSSL/1.0.1f zlib/1.2.8 libidn/1.28 librtmp/2.301:08
NeccyBashing-om: ye. wireless is expected because i havnt had a change to connect and download additional drivers ( i would have thought?) as for wired, idk..01:08
MannyLNJtyler_d: I'm trying to run my ISP's DDNS client for Linux (optimun.net)01:09
tyler_dMannyLNJ: what is the ddns? ie. is it for noip or such?01:09
MannyLNJtyler_d: it's my ISP's ddns so I can host my own mail server01:09
tyler_dMannyLNJ: ddns = dynamic dns01:10
tyler_dor domain name server01:10
tyler_dyou have a dynamic ip address trying to host mail01:10
tyler_dI can only assume01:10
MannyLNJtyler_d: dymanic dns01:10
Bashing-omNeccy: Wired connection is the default . Nother thought, I bet if ya boot up the liveDVD that the wired connectiuon will work . That will be a quick easy check .01:10
tyler_dI've always used wget http://www.no-ip.com/client/linux/noip-duc-linux.tar.gz01:10
tyler_dMannyLNJ: sounds like either way you need to get libcurl working though01:11
MannyLNJtyler_d: My ISP's instructions are at http://optimumbusiness.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/1930/related/101:11
NeccyBashing-om: tried that.didnt work01:11
tyler_dMannyLNJ: reading01:11
NeccyBashing-om: might have a word with the sales01:11
Mojtabatyler_d: No TTY01:11
Mojtabaexcept TTY7, which is graphical01:11
bo0z3hello, world!01:12
Bashing-omNeccy: Now that is a surprise that the liveDVD had no network functionality  ! In the installer boot menu is " check disk for defects" is the copy good ?01:12
tyler_dMojtaba: are you sure? try typing your creds, often the screen resolution is messed in TTY01:12
tyler_dMannyLNJ: where is the script please?01:12
tyler_dMannyLNJ: I'm going to assume since your here it's opensource01:12
Mojtabatyler_d: alt+ctrl+f1, blank black screen01:13
tyler_dMojtaba: try logging in... type your username, enter, then password and enter01:13
MannyLNJtyler_d: it came from my ISP url is https://sitecontrol.webhosting.optimum.net/SiteControl/static/com/hostway/plugins/ddns/bin/ddnsd-linux.tar.gz01:13
NeccyBashing-om: ye. i think it will have that.01:13
tyler_dMojtaba: or press enter a bunch and see if you see hte login prompt01:13
NeccyBashing-om: shall i give it a go?01:13
Mojtabatyler_d: nothing01:13
fioneSo... I've read the first chapter of secureshell : the definitive guide. Help, I don't understand a thing? Still new at ubuntu, I am.01:14
NeccyBashing-om: however. i tried an old live cd, and no connectivity on that also01:14
NeccyBashing-om: maybe its inompatible hardware01:14
MannyLNJtyler_d: I used tar -xvf to extract the archive01:15
Neccyincompatable *01:15
Bashing-omNeccy: I am to the point of considering seriously a bad install .. likely due to a bad copy of the .iso file . Wont take long to verify that the image is good " check disk for defects" on that liveDVD(USB) .01:15
tyler_dMojtaba: MannyLNJ 2 secs01:15
Bashing-omNeccy: It is Intel . and Intel supports us very well . Not likely a driver issue .01:16
MannyLNJtyler_d: take your time. All help is appreciated01:16
burakMannyLNJ: hey, pm me01:16
NeccyBashing-om: is it strange that its an amd processor but intel NIC?01:17
tyler_dMannyLNJ: they have taken minimal effort to encrypt that, so01:17
Bashing-omIF the disk checks good, then is the cable known good ( wired ) ? and is there a router in the configuration of your network ?01:17
tyler_dMannyLNJ: either get the source code from them, or try a different app sadly01:17
MannyLNJtyler_d: I think optimum uses  hostaway for their business hosts. At least thats what the windows version is showing.01:18
tyler_dMojtaba: you should drop to tty1 and press enter a bunch...01:18
Mojtabatyler_d: yep01:18
tyler_dMannyLNJ: you can't expect that any free irc is going to hack beyond encryption though...01:19
NeccyBashing-om: if it was windows it would be just a matter of installing the discs.01:19
Bashing-omNeccy: Not at all strange for Intel NIC on AMD board .. I have Abit board running AMD procesors and Nvidia as the NIC(s) .01:19
tyler_dMannyLNJ: I'm sorry, but you need to call them at this point as they've not allowed troubleshooting of the file01:19
OerHeksMannyLNJ, i think you cannot use that ddns client from your isp, use the one in ubuntu? > ddns3-client01:19
tyler_dor like OerHeks says, use a diff client..01:20
MannyLNJtyler_d: thank you01:20
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NeccyBashing-om: im gong to have to go offline for abit to test this cable. if i dont return can i just say thanks.01:22
Bashing-omNeccy: Oh .. well not doce much to help . We ar not done 'til you are up .. I will be here for a few more hours yet . IF we get stuck on this .. there are others I can call in for assistance .01:24
OerHeksmaybe time to say what machine gives these issues, Neccy01:25
OerHekssure there must be simular users ..01:25
* OerHeks wonders why people don't mention this vital info 01:26
MannyLNJtyler_d: could it be I need the 32bit version of libcurl?01:28
MannyLNJtyler_d: That was the problem! I did 'sudo apt-get install curl:i386' and now the ddns client works. Did that remove the 64bit libraries01:31
tyler_dMannyLNJ: oops much, did they provide requirements for this?01:37
tyler_dMannyLNJ: might have saved some headache... but I'm happy you got it fixed01:37
MannyLNJtyler_d: No they didn't. I did some more googling and found that error on an old stackoverflow page that mentioned 32 bix vs 674 bit01:38
MannyLNJtyler_d: how can I check that I didn't lose the 64bit curl library01:39
tyler_dMannyLNJ: search for it?01:39
tyler_dMannyLNJ: or alternately run curl `which curl`01:40
tyler_dMannyLNJ: but it's the library, not curl01:40
tyler_dMannyLNJ: so searching your system would be easiest...01:40
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MannyLNJtyler_d: Thanks again. Now to get Zimbra setup01:41
tyler_dMannyLNJ: lol01:43
tyler_dMannyLNJ: now that I know.01:43
MannyLNJtyler_d: Care to help me get that setup then?01:45
tyler_dMannyLNJ: go to #zimbra01:49
tyler_dMannyLNJ: i'm in there as well on YT Live01:49
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Mike123890hello, I am trying to upgrade from 14.10 but unable to connect to  http://old-releases.ubuntu.com01:57
Mike123890seems like it down: http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/http://old-releases.ubuntu.com01:57
tyler_dMike123890: okay.01:59
Mike123890tyler_d: is it ok?02:00
tyler_dMike123890: well, it's down. and I'm not clear on the validity of the site02:01
tyler_dMike123890: what's stopping you from doing dist-upgrade?02:01
Mike123890getting error W: Failed to fetch http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/utopic/Release.gpg  Unable to connect to old-releases.ubuntu.com:http: on apt-get update02:02
Mike123890sudo apt-get dist-upgrade gives me: 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.02:03
tyler_dMike123890: it would appear to have a dns record02:03
Mike123890tyler_d: you mean the site is really down or something on my end?02:04
tyler_dMike123890: but it is down, and I'm not sure hwat you mean by okay?02:04
Mike123890tyler_d: i mean is it expected to be down? like moved to different addres or so?02:05
tyler_dMike123890: archive.ubuntu.com is still good02:05
tyler_dMike123890: update your sources list as per https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades/Breezy?_ga=1.91171930.1502092347.147131304102:06
tyler_dcp -r your/sources.list/file ~/sources.list.BAK02:07
tyler_dthen copy and paste over and tias02:07
Mike123890tyler_d: that exacly what I did - replaced the original repo with old-releases in sources.list02:07
Mike123890tyler_d: should I try with archive.ubuntu.com?02:08
NeccyBashing-om: I thinking; if I could install the driver on that disk "compat-wireless-3.0", maybe i could use the wireless to update and download the additional drivers, which might get me around the problem?02:10
NeccyBashing-om: might work doing it at that angle02:10
Mike123890tyler_d: tried... getting 404s now02:10
tyler_dNeccy: if your kernel supports it even02:10
tyler_dMike123890: okay, well that's.... better?02:11
Bashing-omNeccy: If networking is functional in the liveDVD .. that is an option .02:11
Mike123890tyler_d: nope :) it was the original error I was getting02:11
NeccyBashing-om: not functional in live cd02:11
Mike123890tyler_d: seems like I have to wait until old-releases is up again?02:12
NeccyBashing-om: might have no option to call the company i bough it off tommorow. dont know how that will go.02:12
Bashing-omNeccy: " < OerHeks> maybe time to say what machine gives these issues, Neccy " .02:12
NeccyBashing-om, OerHeks: My hardware?02:13
zthoddhow do i get a free client fro irc on ubuntu02:14
Bashing-omNeccy: More than just the hardware .. the actual machine (name) and it's motherboard .02:14
Bashing-omzthodd: Install one from the repo .. there are several . I am partital to the terminal irc client irssi .02:15
NeccyBashing-om: Motherboard: Gigabyte 990X. Made by a company who builds computers in the UK.02:15
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Bashing-omNeccy: I find a bios setting ! " Also look for "iommu controller" and set it to "enable." "".02:18
NeccyBashing-om: ahh. bios. .. ok.. F2?02:18
NeccyBashing-om: im in bios02:21
Bashing-omNeccy: Look for the iommu settings . Once more I find " In the BIOS, set IOMMU to "Enabled". That fixed both USB and networking for me. " .02:21
NeccyBashing-om: OK. ill restart...02:23
NeccyBashing-om: *looks around*02:24
Bashing-omNeccy: Fingers crossed .02:24
propetisTo bad Hillary Clinton is a crooked old hag02:28
Bashing-ompropetis: If you are looking for an argument -- or a political debate, you are in the wrong channel .02:29
NeccyBashing-om: Some of the usb ports are working now, and my thumb wifi nic is working. However, pci wifi and wired connections are not.02:30
NeccyBashing-om: maybe its another bios setting02:30
NeccyBashing-om: maybe i should check the additional drivers using my thumb wifi nic.02:31
Bashing-omNeccy: Let's use what we have ! As the thumb wiresless driver is functional . get this system updated . ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt upgrade ' . then we see what remains to be done .02:32
NeccyBashing-om: 'sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get-upgrade' ?02:36
NeccyBashing-om: with the semi colon together?02:37
Bashing-omNeccy: While one can run it together with the simi-colon . that ';' is a separator to show as 2 commands , and best run the commands one at a time .02:39
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NeccyBashing-om: 'sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get-upgrade'  - i did this, nvm02:39
NeccyBashing-om: ok. done.02:40
Bashing-omNeccy: K: and now what returns ' sudo ubuntu-drivers list ' ?02:41
NeccyBashing-om: this: amd64-microcode /n nvidia-36102:42
Neccy- in 'Additional Drivers' however mad64-microcode is listed as "this device is not working"02:44
MannyLNJTrying to get all my services setup I keep making things worse. I lost my dhcp server and now dnsmaq won't start it says  dnsmasq: failed to create listening socket for Address already in use02:45
NeccyBashing-om: im going to restart for them to take effect.02:47
Bashing-omNeccy: Humm .. amd64-mucrocode should have updatd . what returns ' grep -w AMD /proc/cpuinfo ' ?02:47
NeccyBashing-om: six cores of "AMD FX(tm) - 6300 Six-core Processor02:49
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* theorem stretches02:54
theoremok, kicking off the drive copy k1l_  :)02:54
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MannyLNJ_I need help with DNSMASQ it says it can't listen02:56
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Bashing-omNeccy: We for sure want the amd64-microcode working . see: ' apt show amd64-microcode ' .03:00
glitchdMannyLNJ_, permission denied?03:02
NeccyBashing-om: paste.ubuntu.com/23060232/03:02
MannyLNJ_glitchd: I don't think so says address is in use but it is not giving out IP's03:02
glitchdMannyLNJ_, ok, let me see what i can find about it03:03
glitchdMannyLNJ_, is this the message? "dnsmasq: failed to create listening socket: Address already in use."03:03
MannyLNJ_glitchd: yes it is03:03
glitchdis it listed with this command?03:04
glitchdnetstat -anlp | grep -w LISTEN03:04
NeccyBashing-om: do you think there could be another bios setting to enable ethernet nic and wireless pci03:06
MannyLNJ_glitchd: yes I see dnsmasq in that lsit03:06
MannyLNJ_glitchd: tcp        0      0  *               LISTEN      1697/dnsmasq03:06
glitchdMannyLNJ_, it seems that dnsmasq is just throwing errors, i found a post describing this problem and the steps taken to fix it.03:07
Bashing-omNeccy: Yeah .. there could be additional setting for networking in bios . I am still concerned "  Neccy> - in 'Additional Drivers' however mad64-microcode is listed as "this device is not working" "".03:07
MannyLNJ_glitchd: Whats the link?03:08
glitchdMannyLNJ_, these are the steps03:08
glitchdI got around this by replacing dnsmasq-base with dnsmasq. Because of dependencies on it, I did the following:03:08
glitchdsudo apt-get remove dnsmasq-base (this removes network manager...)03:08
glitchdsudo apt-get install dnsmasq03:08
glitchdsudo apt-get install network-manager network-manager-gnome03:08
NeccyBashing-om: https://askubuntu.com/questions/613579/unknown-additional-driver-processor-microcode-firmware-for-intel-cpus-for-intel03:09
glitchdMannyLNJ_, im not sure if it going to disconnect you from the internet, but its a possibility03:09
MannyLNJ_glitchd: I hope it doesn't as  I am connected over ssh03:09
glitchdMannyLNJ_, for this to work you first need to sudo apt-get install aptitude03:09
Bashing-omNeccy: reading .03:10
glitchdMannyLNJ_, like i said, i dont know if it will kill the connection when removing network manager or not, but we'll find out for sure..03:10
MannyLNJ_glitchd: looks like I lost the network after doing  sudo apt-get remove dnsmasq-base03:11
glitchdMannyLNJ_, so does that mean that your no longer connected to the machine?03:11
MannyLNJ_glitchd: correct. I am no longer connected to it. Let me go to the basement and hook it up to a monitor03:12
glitchdMannyLNJ_, sorry about that..03:12
Bashing-omNeccy: Well, I too run AMD processors, and I have the microcode enabled ,, and have always allowed the microcode updates .03:13
glitchdMannyLNJ_, also im assuming your on 16.04?03:13
NeccyBashing-om: i guess it will be fine to enable it then..03:14
Bashing-omNeccy: I think enable .03:14
NeccyBashing-om: Should i go propritory with the NVIDIA or stick with X.Org03:15
Bashing-omNeccy: IF gamming and performance is a priority , then go with the proprietary graphic's drivers .03:16
NeccyBashing-om: thats the plan.. and it dont want to swap. so i shall.03:17
NeccyBashing-om: ill look around bios again03:18
NeccyBashing-om: some usb still dont work. the 3.0 ones expecially03:18
Bashing-omNeccy: K; We know the router is good wireless . We know the wired interface on the system is good . Is the wired cable verified ?03:19
NeccyBashing-om: ye03:20
Bashing-omNeccy: Another thing I do not know, when you booted the liveDVD, did you find " check disk for defects" and the check was good ?03:23
NeccyBashing-om: ye03:23
Bashing-omNeccy: K; so we are safe in saying the install is good .03:26
NeccyBashing-om: Yes.03:27
Bashing-omNeccy: Back to square one ( as I have cleared my board ) show ' sudo lshw -C network ' .03:33
Absenthis there a dedicated room for Unity8 & Mir?03:38
juan_hello need help i whant to install virtualbox but it ask for a trusty disk 14.4 that i dont have03:38
juan_how can i install03:39
cfhowlettjuan_, what OS do you have now?03:39
juan_xubuntu 14.403:39
glitchdjuan_, sudo apt-get install virtualbox03:39
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netham45Where's the setting to disable fading on the run dialog (alt+F2) in Gnome?03:40
kiviHey I am going to reintall ubuntu. I'm a developer, and wondering if I should grab 1610?03:41
cfhowlettkivi, no03:41
kiviIs it unity8 exclusive?03:41
AbsenthI'm wondering, if I install the Unity8 package.  I assume it installs mir as well.  Does it include an x compatability layer for non-MIR optimized packages?03:41
cfhowlettkivi, it's in development, it's not stable and should be considered experimental until it is finally released.  bleeding edges are bloody.03:41
kivicfhowlett, why? Is it unstable?03:41
kivicfhowlett, When you are a developer though, you need recent libraries.03:42
cfhowlettkivi, let it be on your head then ...03:42
kivicfhowlett, for me, the actual question is whether the SDK is running fine on it. Last time I checked about a year back, this was not possible on Unity803:42
cfhowlettkivi, sorry but I can't answer that.  the ubuntu-dev channel would know more03:44
themusicgod1trying to upgrade to 16.04 getting conflict between gir1.2-gtk-3.0 libtinfo5 libudev1 zlib1g.  what can i get away with removing to unclog this dependency cycle?03:44
kivicfhowlett, thanks03:44
themusicgod1( http://pastebin.com/8zpJvt4L )03:44
Jordan_Uthemusicgod1: How did you initiate the upgrade?03:44
Jordan_Uthemusicgod1: Please pastebin the output of "sudo apt full-upgrade".03:48
elhoir|afkJordan_U, whats the difference between "sudo apt full-upgrade" and "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"?03:50
juan_hi it still ask for a  disk03:50
juan_how to upgrade  xubuntu 14.0403:53
cfhowlettjuan_, sudo do-release-upgrade03:53
juan_ok is seaching03:54
juan_it said there another aplication running how do i stop it03:56
cfhowlett!aptlock | juan_03:56
ubottujuan_: If an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »03:56
juan_anyone speek spanish03:59
cfhowlett!es | juan_03:59
ubottujuan_: 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.03:59
juan__hola kiero upgrade pero no me deja la maquina04:04
juan__desde el terminar04:05
cfhowlett!es | juan04:09
ubottujuan: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.04:09
dkamHi guys.  Updated to 16.04 from 14.04 and php5-pfm seems to be missing.04:24
Ben64dkam: yep, time for php704:25
dkamBen64: Ta.  Wordpress work ok with it?04:26
Ben64no idea04:26
Afrotoastmy users are actually beginning to help each other with installs04:31
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afroconsidering eq is very smash/bash/merged patch friendly04:31
badcatalexI am installing Ubuntu 16.04, but first, I have a Radeon X1300 Graphics card. Where can I get the video drivers for it?04:33
cfhowlett!amd | badcatalex see if it's supported04:34
ubottubadcatalex see if it's supported: Open driver for AMD cards: amdgpu (cards >= GCN1.2 aka GCN 3rd gen), radeon (older cards). Closed drivers: amdgpu-pro (>= GCN1.2) fglrx (older cards, unsupported by AMD in 16.04+). For info on GCN levels, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_graphics_processing_units . For fglrx info, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/AMD04:34
Bashing-ombadcatalex: The driver is included in the kernel . you will have it upon install .04:34
badcatalexI sware I remembered it not being supported back in the Ubuntu 14.04/.1 and 15.04 days04:35
Bashing-omBad_Dream: If it is an old old card . then will be the radeon driver . While ATI dropped support for the card ubuntu did not .04:36
badcatalexAlso, I havre an old wireless adapter. Does it work?: Accton Technology Corp. SMCWUSB-G 802.11bg04:39
cfhowlett!wifi | badcatalex see for yourself04:39
ubottubadcatalex see for yourself: Wireless documentation, including how-to guides and troubleshooting information, can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs04:39
cfhowlettbadcatalex, better yet, make your ubuntu USB and boot up your machine.  test it from there04:39
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Tyrexver irc.europanet.net05:26
SIARLYSEDDuser: niggers05:38
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lotuspsychjeim working on a pc upgraded from 14.04 to 16.04 with "quiet splash" disabled from grub (textbooting) that doesnt boot to GUI anymore, ive tried nomodeset,restart lightdm,tested all previous kernels, whatever i try i always result into a tty login instead of the unity desktop, any clues?06:12
theoremhmm, anyone used boot-repair ?06:12
theoremtrying to get grub installed on a cloned disk06:12
lotuspsychje!recovergrub | theorem06:13
ubottutheorem: Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub06:13
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theoremwill try that site though06:13
ducasselotuspsychje: x and lightdm logs - any hints there?06:18
lotuspsychjeducasse: ill check them later tnx06:19
lotuspsychjeducasse: first i thought of a driver issue, but all graphics drivers were installed correctly06:19
lotuspsychjeducasse: cant even trigger recoverymode anymore, still comes to tty06:20
ducasselotuspsychje: anything in dmesg that looks suspicious?06:23
lotuspsychjeducasse: ill check that aswell, perhaps boot up a liveusb to rescue06:23
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ducasselotuspsychje: you can use 'systemctl --state=failed' to list failed services, that might be a good starting point. pastebin dmesg, x and lightdm logs if you need a hand looking at them.06:25
lotuspsychjeducasse: ok tnx, i have new tryings on the box06:26
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prometI allowed ubuntu 16.04 to automount a luks encrypted usb drive. I now think this isn't such a hot idea. How can I "revoke" this auto-approval?06:48
_joeyis there a channel for mint distrubtion on this network?06:48
MakulitYes, #linuxmint06:48
ochikun007nc linux :D06:49
MakulitCorrection: ##linuxmint06:49
Redjokeyeah nc linux06:49
hateball!mint | _joey06:49
ubottu_joey: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org06:49
ochikun007hahaaa :D06:49
EraUhm Excuse me I need a bit of help. I just bought a new laptop, and I thought I'd install Ubuntu onto it. I dd'd the xubuntu iso onto the fat32 formatted USB drive and tried to boot it, but it only showed me a blinking cursor06:50
EraI dont know what Im doing wrong06:51
alkisgEra, did you dd to sdb or to e.g. sdb1?06:51
alkisgYou need to dd to sdb06:51
EraSo remake the partition, then dd to sdb?06:51
alkisgNo need to bother with partitions, dd deletes them anyway06:52
Redjokewhat brand your laptop06:52
EraAha, well I didnt make a partition last time, and it didnt work then either06:52
EraLenovo Ideapad06:52
alkisg(the partitions are in the first sector of sdb)06:52
alkisgWhat was the message that you saw when dd'ing to sdb?06:52
alkisg...and booting from it?06:52
Era```301+1 records in06:53
Era301+1 records out06:53
Era1265106944 bytes (1.3 GB, 1.2 GiB) copied, 78.2297 s, 16.2 MB/s06:53
alkisgNo no the boot message, like the blinking cursor06:53
alkisgWas it a blinking cursor when booting the properly dd'ed stick as well?06:53
Redjokemodel ngon ngendi kui.?06:54
EraOk, I only tried sdb1 so I wouldnt know if it were properly dd'd stick06:54
Eraalso, It was only a blinking cursor the whole time06:55
RedjokeHow many months that your laptop06:55
alkisgEra, ok then just dd to sdb and boot from that06:55
EraJust bought it 2 days ago, just shipped today by amazon06:55
Redjokeonline shop..?06:55
alkisgRedjoke: this channel is for ubuntu support. For offtopic chat, go to #ubuntu-offtopic or something.06:56
Redjokeowh. ok, im sorry06:57
Eraisolinux.bin missing or corrupt06:58
alkisgEra, that's after properly dd'ing to sdb?06:58
EraI assume this is because I didnt format it fat32 firstly?06:59
alkisgThat was fast... are you sure it was properly written? Try : sudo md5sum /dev/sdb06:59
alkisgNo, there's no need to format to fat3206:59
EraSure, Gimme a min06:59
alkisgThe file system is iso966006:59
alkisgcompare the md5sum with the xubuntu.iso md5sum that appears in their download site06:59
EraIts taking a while07:01
alkisgEra, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/xubuntu/releases/16.04/release/MD5SUMS07:02
ochikun007ren ndak ngerti out ae lah07:02
alkisgCompare the output to that07:02
ochikun007kui lho ubuntu sing anyar07:02
ochikun007download ten07:03
alkisgEra, hmm my advice there might be wrong as it might read all of sdb and not only the bytes that you wrote, you would need to only count the bytes that you wrote07:03
alkisgIs your .iso md5sum correct?07:03
alkisgmd5sum xubuntu*.iso07:03
EraIts taking a while07:04
alkisgHow large is your usb stick?07:04
alkisgCancel it with ctrl+c07:04
alkisgTry with md5sum of your xubuntu.iso07:04
alkisgIs that correct?07:04
EraIt is correct07:05
alkisgOK, how big is it, in bytes? ls -l xubuntu*.iso07:06
alkisgOK now do: sudo dd if=/dev/sdb bs=1 count=1265106944 | md5sum07:07
alkisgThat should match the previous md5sum that you saw07:07
alkisgIf it doesn't, then the usb stick was not written correctly, e.g. it was removed without "sync"ing properly07:07
EraSeems like my CPU is dying07:11
Erawhat with 120% usage07:11
alkisgHaha, what recent cpu is that that can't cope with md5sum of one iso?!07:11
EraCeleron man07:11
Erathe new laptop has i3 but this thing is rocking celeron07:12
KpuCkohello, my openstack-installer stuck on "Releation pending" how to stop this process and re-run it again?07:12
KpuCkoim using ubuntu 14.04.05 LTS07:12
EraStill not done07:13
alkisgon another terminal tab: sudo killall -USR1 dd07:14
alkisgThis will tell dd to show how much it has written07:14
alkisgE.g. "copied 1 gb so far"07:14
Eramy killall is aliased to pkill -9 just for keks07:14
EraWait while I remove the alias...07:14
alkisgEeew don't do that then :D07:14
Era200 mb07:16
EraThis is gonna take a while07:16
alkisg...that doesn't sound very efficient...07:16
alkisgDo you see any complains in `dmesg`?07:16
EraIts mainly complaining about my touchpad07:17
Eranot the USB07:17
Eraor dd07:17
alkisgOK. Well, maybe the "bs=1" approach was wrong, and it takes too long because we told it to read byte by byte...07:17
Erashould half an MB be alright?07:18
alkisgmaybe this would be faster.... sudo dd if=/dev/sdb bs=1265106944 count=1 | md5sum07:18
EraRead it all at once07:18
EraMy PC cant handle it07:18
alkisgHaha, why, less than 1 gb ram? :D07:19
Era2gb ram07:19
Era1.3gb of it runs xubuntu07:19
Era700mb free07:19
alkisgA typical USB stick read speed would be 5 to 20 MB/sec07:19
alkisgThe USB3 ones, on USB2 ports, go up to 35 MB/sec07:19
EraLemme have a go at it07:20
EraI got this07:21
alkisgWow, that was fast...07:21
EraPC didnt respond to any stimulus07:21
alkisgAnd I assume it's different from the xubuntu.iso md5sum?07:21
Erafor the whole duration07:21
Eraand yes07:21
Erait is different07:21
alkisgThen dd the .iso again07:22
alkisgsync after dd07:22
alkisgand md5sum again07:22
EraHow does one do tht07:22
alkisgEra, ah07:22
alkisgnote that if you had e.g. sdb1 there,07:22
alkisgand it was automounted,07:22
alkisgand then you dd'ed to sdb,07:22
EraIt wasnt07:22
EraI unmounted through gparted07:22
alkisgit wouldn't have write access to the "mbr"07:22
alkisgOK then07:22
he1kkijust one big recommend for alternative ssh client mosh. Suprisingly time consuming when keyboard input has zero latency07:22
alkisgTry again dd'ing the .iso07:22
he1kki/consuming/time saving/07:23
sammywesthi all, new to ubuntu and hex chat :D07:23
EraMy USB drive is successfully dead07:24
sammywestwell ubuntu not so much but hex chat yes :D07:24
EraLemme remake the partition table07:24
alkisgEra, don't bother at all with the usb partition table07:24
alkisgera, dd erases it anyway07:24
EraDd fucked it up07:24
Erait says it has 200gb of space07:24
alkisgJust make sure you don't have mounted partitions07:24
sammywestyeah i had a hell of a time installing on a uefi system ll07:24
viktor_This is actually pretty cool.07:24
alkisgEra, don't worry about it, it's read-only iso file system, hybrid07:25
sammywestwhat is victor?07:25
EraHow do I sync dd07:25
EraI dont know how, teach me Senpai07:25
viktor_I am new this, and really amazed.07:25
sammywestdamn didn't realise how many people used hex chat07:25
viktor_Is this chat encrypted?07:25
alkisgEra, sudo umount everything; sudo dd if=xubuntu.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1M; sync; then md5sum\07:25
sammywestdoubt it, its been around sense the 90s07:26
sammywestdepends on your client you use07:26
EraDo I include the semi colons?07:26
alkisgviktor_: this chat is publicly logged in the web; it wouldn't make much sense to encrypt the communication this particular channel anyway...07:27
alkisgEra, you can either use semicolors or "enter" between the commands, it's equivalent07:27
sammywestprivate servers might be with a modded server07:27
EraI always used && for that, honestly07:28
Bomber4Chatstrying to figure out how to read raw data readouts from a bluetooth device I have paired and connected07:28
Bomber4ChatsI tried using hcitool, hcidump, bluetoothctl07:28
Bomber4Chatsrfcomm isn't really working well for me07:28
alkisgEra, && is good too, because it only continues if the previous command succeeded07:28
EraI see07:28
sammywesti haven't seen an active chat for years! lol i feel like nostolgia07:28
Bomber4Chatsbut in anycase, I'm not sure which solution gives me the data I need07:28
Bomber4Chatshcidump does give some data, but I think it pertains to the communication between the bluetooth devices, not the data sent from the device to my pc07:29
* osmc 07:30
EraOh this time the md5sum is different07:30
EraIll try to boot it now07:30
Redjokeis there any here that Indonesian nation ?07:30
alkisgEra, is it the correct one?07:31
EraIt is07:31
EraIt booted!07:31
EraThanks for the hel07:31
EraIll stay logged in for the duration of the install tho, just incase07:31
alkisgYou're welcome07:32
EraI only hope that the wifi driver works07:37
Erain the new laptop, out of the box07:37
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Bomber4Chatsanyone with bluetooth experience?07:39
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msddwhy does ubuntu ship C++ compiler by default?08:04
nschoeHi all, I'm having a problem: I've just ran a apt-get dist-upgrade (one week without it), then rebooted the machine and now I cannot 'startx'. When I run 'startx' I've got a single error: xf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not permitted)08:05
nschoeAny idea what's wrong?08:05
nschoeho and in the ~/.local/xorg/Xorg.log.0 I have one error too: (EE) open /dev/fb0: Permission denied08:06
nschoeWHy does this happen now? I have been able to startx for months now, and this suddenly happens. ANy idea?08:07
menacehi, is there a mechanism in ubuntu that i can specify that all usb-mounts should only be mounted readonly?08:08
venkat_330After enabling apparmor on my debian 8 i get : and my lightdm session does not open up : operation="mknod" profile="/usr/sbin/lightdm" name="/run/lightdm.pid" .. http://pastebin.com/JQwpB6ev08:09
ducassevenkat_330: then try #debian08:10
venkat_330ducasse: Sorry, posted in wrong forum08:11
nschoeNobody? All I can find on Google about these problems dates back a couple of years, after so,e update of xorg. But this is not it: it has just failed today after working fine for months. This is probqbly different08:11
algern-nnschoe dilletante guess: chown permissions not uptodate?08:11
Erasuccessfully installed08:11
hateballnschoe: dont use startx, restart lightdm08:11
nschoealgern-n: thanks for answering. How can chown permissions not be up to date? I haven't changed them ?08:12
nschoehateball: I don't have lightdm installed08:13
chandu20i am using this notebook --->http://www.ubuntu.com/certification/hardware/201411-16163/ it was snape and fast in the in the beginning but my ubuntu is slowing down08:13
nschoeI log in manually on the console; then run startx as a user, and i3 starts.08:13
nschoeWhat should the permission be on /dev/fb0 ?08:16
nschoeokay so I have added my user to the video group and grepping the .local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log for (EE) returns nothing, so I don't have the permission denied on /dev/fb008:17
ducassenschoe: crw-rw---- 1 root video 29, 0 Jul 12 15:10 /dev/fb008:18
Zta77I cannot find "Drag & Drop Threshold" setting in Ubuntu 16.04: https://people.gnome.org/~shaunm/ubuntu/mouse-drag-threshold.html  Anyone else have this problem?  Anyone know how to do this in Ubuntu?08:18
nschoeBut I still have that xf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not per,itted)08:18
nschoeducasse: thanks, I have the same, and now that my user is in the video group I don't have this message anymore08:19
danteanybody online?08:21
K50215hello, can anybody check if you have acces to http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/08:22
nschoeK50215: seems to hang for me08:23
K50215dang it, i need stuff from there and i cant do nothing without it08:24
nschoeI can't start X from this morning and I can't do much either :/08:24
K50215yeah X is a pain in the neck sometimes08:25
nschoeK50215: yes but it has been working fine for months. Now this morning, back from 1-week vacation, dist-upgrade then reboot -> not working08:26
nschoeI have basically only one error message: xf86EnableIOPOrts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Opeation not permitted) but I can't find anything recent on Google :/08:27
msddwhy does ubuntu ship C++ compiler by default?08:27
K50215i never liked the dist-upgrade thing, sometimes the update goes bad, one time it mess up my grub config and deleted my kernel files08:28
nschoeK50215: the man page seems to say it's preferred to upgrade. But ok.08:29
K50215msdd: li think it needs the c++ compiler to install things from the OS08:29
nschoeAny idea what the pb might be ?08:29
keinigood morning08:30
K50215nschoe: i have my files in one partition and the SO in another then i reformat and install a new distro when i need and upgrade08:31
nschoeK50215: ho no, but 'dist-upgrade' doesn't upgrade the Ubuntu version!08:31
nschoeIt's just a software upgrade, like 'apt-get upgrade'08:32
ducassemsdd: how did you install?08:32
msddducasse: from the livecd08:32
K50215nschoe: really? i think the dist was from disttibution08:32
ducassemsdd: any proprietary drivers?08:33
ducasseK50215: that's a debian thing, they upgrade to new release with dist-upgrade. ubuntu does not, dist-upgrade is recommended for normal upgrades.08:33
nschoeK50215: it's not, see man apt-get. It just better handles conflicts, it is supposed to provide apt with a smart conflict resolution08:34
msddducasse: virtualbox stuff only08:34
ducassemsdd: those modules need to be compiled.08:34
K50215ohhh i see08:34
msddthey are C modules, not C++08:34
ducassemsdd: it probably dragged in build-essential, which provides both afaik.08:35
nschoeOkay there is something weird: when I run startx as root, I *don't* see the IOPL PErmission error anymore, BUT startx still returns immediately and X does not startx. Qnd I hqve NO error in the log file08:35
nschoeWHat is wrong ?08:35
nschoeho and the return code is 0, so "everything is all right", unless I don't have a freakking X server!08:36
K50215nschoe: always running startex in the tty7 thing right?08:38
ducassemsdd: yes, dkms depends on make | build-essential | dpkg-dev, so build-essential will be installed by default i assume. anyway, what is the problem?08:38
JockeTFDoes anyone know of any working repository mirrors for Ubuntu Lucid Lynx?08:39
nschoeK50215: no, usually I log in tty as my user; then I run startx and it switches to TTY708:39
msddit has no business to be on the computer, that's all08:39
JockeTFThe http://old-releases.ubuntu.com seems dead.08:39
JockeTF(This is not my machine, but I'm forced to work on it like this. I cannot upgrade it.)08:40
ducassemsdd: it does if it is a dependency.08:41
msddJockeTF: same here08:41
mcphailmsdd: micromanaging packages like that is going to be frustrating int he extreme08:41
K50215well thats weird, is the x server running? i think i had the same issue but it was drivers08:42
JockeTFmsdd: Has it worked before today? I can wait until tomorrow with this.08:42
msddi have 0 idea08:42
ducasseJockeTF: works fine here.08:42
alkisgJockeTF: try again now08:42
alkisgJockeTF: it didn't work 1 minute ago, it does now08:43
JockeTFYeah, it works now. Excellent.08:43
nschoeOkay so apparently I've fixed it: looking at the .xsession-errors revealed that I had a syntax error in my /usr/share/dbus-1/session.conf08:43
ducassemsdd: if you have no idea, why not just trust the dependency system?08:43
* JockeTF wishes he could fix this server, but is not allowed to. >_<08:44
JockeTFOh well.08:44
JockeTFSomeone will kill it off in time, I suppose...08:44
nschoeThanks for your help08:44
alkisgJockeTF: you could tell someone to hack into it (unpatched security issues etc) and format it for you... :D08:44
JockeTFI wish. ;P08:45
* ducasse volunteers :)08:45
JockeTFIt is bound to happen at some point though. ;D08:45
Zta77Anyone feel some of their clicks are mistaken for drag-and-drops?  Here's the fix: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.peripherals.mouse drag-threshold 2008:46
k1l_!backbox | backbox08:51
ubottubackbox: Backbox Linux is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu and is thus not supported in #ubuntu. Please use #backbox on irc.autistici.org or https://forum.backbox.org/ for help with it.08:51
pimpMyNickNeed to add a custom screen resolution of 1366x768 in ubuntu 16.04 with intel integrated graphic card. The xorg.conf and xrandr method doesnot work. Can anyone help?08:57
alkisgpimpMyNick: did you try cvt 1366 768, then xrandr --newmode, xrandr --addmode etc? Where was the error?08:57
pimpMyNickalkisg,  yes. When I apply resolution through terminal or graphical settings, it doesnot work. Only native resolution is appared back which is fullHD for my monitor.08:58
alkisgpimpMyNick: run those commands and put the whole output to pastebin08:59
alkisg"it doesn't work" doesn't help in troubleshooting, while actual error messages do08:59
pimpMyNickalkisg,  pastebin is under heavy load, website says. where do i post that now?09:06
alkisgpimpMyNick: paste.ubuntu.com09:06
pimpMyNickalkisg,  http://paste.ubuntu.com/23060933/09:07
alkisgpimpMyNick: and after the last command, the output of xrandr shows that 1366 is not selected?09:09
pimpMyNickno alkisg  ...no error message appears.09:09
pimpMyNickjust normal09:09
pimpMyNickno return09:09
alkisgpimpMyNick: run xrandr again after the last command09:09
alkisgAnd paste the output to paste.ubuntu.com09:09
alkisgI don't understand "normal"... I want to see if there's a * right next to 1368 in the output of xrandr, after all those commands, or not09:10
pimpMyNickalkisg,  It says Current resolution is 1400x900, which was before applying this command.09:11
alkisgpimpMyNick: any messages in: dmesg | tail, or in: tail /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?09:11
IndHelp! my both control(ctrl) button stops working many times a day but my keyboard is working well on another computer(ubuntu 16.14 lts)09:11
pimpMyNickalkisg,  i ll see... just a minute09:11
alkisgpimpMyNick: actually, better upload your whole Xorg.0.log to paste.ubuntu.com...09:12
pimpMyNickalkisg,  here is output of xorg.0.log     http://pastebin.com/1r090rck09:16
notadeveloperyou cant have different video cards under ubuntu09:17
pimpMyNickalkisg,  here is output of demsg http://paste.ubuntu.com/23060953/09:17
notadeveloperi tried the same09:17
notadevelopernvidia and radeon and x got mad09:17
* pimpMyNick is not sure whether notadeveloper says to him or not09:18
notadeveloperthats for you pimpMyNick09:18
* alkisg has used up to 3 cards09:19
alkisgwith 16.0409:19
pimpMyNickbut i only have intel default one. No dedicated GPU09:19
notadeveloperwhat does line 75 do?09:20
pimpMyNickwait, ill see09:20
Ind Help! my both control(ctrl) button stops working many times a day but my keyboard is working well on another computer(ubuntu 16.14 lts)09:20
pimpMyNicknotadeveloper,  Seriously buddy. I dont have any dedicated GPU. I have no idea from where it is loading.09:21
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daltoInd: 16.04 and ** 16.14 I presume - is 16.14 out yet? :)09:21
pimpMyNickInd,  maybe keyboard not configured properly. just a guess. Try reconfiguring09:22
alkisgpimpMyNick: what's the output of this? lspci -nn -k | grep -A 2 VGA09:22
IndSorry. this is 16.04 lts09:22
pimpMyNickInd,  from keyboard settings which can be found from main settings09:22
daltoan answer for correct V No. - help is at hand09:22
daltopimp is your man09:23
pimpMyNickalk             00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:0102] (rev 09)09:23
pimpMyNickDeviceName: Intel(R) HD Graphics Device09:23
pimpMyNickSubsystem: Intel Corporation 2nd Generation Core Processor Family Integrated Graphics Controller [8086:2017]09:23
farhadmsg nickserv identify kjkszpjj09:23
farhadcan any body know how install hexo09:24
alkisgpimpMyNick: err, can you try again with `lspci -nn -k | grep -A 4 VGA` ==> I want to see if it says "drivers in use" anywhere there, I think that the driver doesn't get loaded09:24
notadeveloperfarhad, whats hexo09:24
notadeveloperpimpMyNick, try lspci -vvv | grep VGA09:25
ducassedalto: there will never be a *.14, there are only 12 months in the year...09:25
notadeveloperif it only shows intel vid card09:25
notadeveloperthen do09:25
notadevelopersudo dpkg-reconfigure Xorg09:26
pimpMyNickalkisg,  additional output is          Kernel driver in use: i91509:26
pimpMyNickKernel modules: i91509:26
pimpMyNick    Rest output is same. If u need full, i will pastebin it09:26
notadeveloperor Xserver09:26
notadeveloperpls pastebin09:26
alkisgpimpMyNick: and are you sure your Xorg.0.log ends at line 113? nothing after "[   170.072] No devices to configure.  Configuration failed." ?09:27
pimpMyNicknotadeveloper, http://paste.ubuntu.com/23060972/09:27
pimpMyNickalkisg,  i see, a minute plz09:27
notadevelopernpm is ruby right09:27
ducassenotadeveloper: npm is node, i believe.09:28
pimpMyNickalkisg,  yes09:29
pimpMyNickit ends there09:29
alkisgpimpMyNick: it seems like the wrong file: [   170.039] (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.0.log", Time: Sun Jul 31 11:08:58 201609:29
notadeveloperpimpMyNick, try: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xorg09:29
alkisgpimpMyNick: try another one of the Xorg.?.log files09:29
alkisgE.g. Xorg.1.log or so09:29
pimpMyNickalkisg,  xorg.1.log    Here is output     http://paste.ubuntu.com/23060988/09:32
pimpMyNicknotadeveloper,  should i reconfigure xorg? alkisg  is working. So it may not be rude and it may not interupt his investigation09:32
alkisgpimpMyNick: that one is from [   174.993] (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.1.log", Time: Sun Jul 31 11:09:03 2016 as well09:32
alkisgpimpMyNick: you've rebooted since then, haven't you?09:33
notadeveloperyes cause you have many module getting loaded09:33
alkisgIf so, find another one of the Xorg.log files and check the correct date09:33
pimpMyNickalkisg,  how to check date09:33
alkisgpimpMyNick:  $ grep Time /var/log/Xorg.*09:33
alkisgOr just check the file dates, see which one is newer09:34
notadeveloperhow do i run hexo on my server09:34
notadeveloperit looks nice09:34
pimpMyNickalkisg,  checked. No newer log found. I have booted system today, on tuestday 16 aug.09:35
alkisgpimpMyNick: what's the output of this?  ls -l /var/log/Xorg.*09:36
k1l_notadeveloper: farhad i would not trust that howto: curl someurl.com/install.sh | bash. that is a highway to desaster09:37
pimpMyNickalkisg,  -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6314 Jul 31 11:08 /var/log/Xorg.0.log09:37
pimpMyNick-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6314 Jul 31 11:08 /var/log/Xorg.0.log.old09:37
pimpMyNick-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 6314 Jul 31 11:09 /var/log/Xorg.1.log09:37
alkisgpimpMyNick: can you put the output of this, to pastebin? ls -l /var/log09:38
* pimpMyNick is really thankful to notadeveloper and hopes he understands pimp has put him on hold to pay respect to alkisg 09:38
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k1l_notadeveloper: better take a look at pelican09:39
k1l_pimpMyNick: please run "dmesg | nc termbin.com 9999"09:39
pimpMyNickalkisg, http://paste.ubuntu.com/23061003/09:39
alkisgpimpMyNick: it seems that your /var/log/ is normally writeable, yet your Xorg.log doesn't get created... very strange09:40
pimpMyNickkil_    dmesg | nc termbin.com 999909:40
k1l_pimpMyNick: it should output a url. please show that09:41
pimpMyNick   kil_09:41
liava_Hey fresh ubuntu install what's term Cms for flash again? Novice user09:41
pimpMyNickalkisg,  thanks a lot for ur help. any suggestions?09:42
liava_Got it . Later . Be  nice09:43
aryoi want to know linux mint general room?09:43
k1l_!mint | aryo09:43
ubottuaryo: Linux Mint is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu. Please seek support in #linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org09:43
aryoabout channel09:43
alkisgpimpMyNick: is there something weird in your ubuntu setup? For example, how are you running xorg? Why do you have gdm3.log?09:43
pimpMyNickalkisg,  I am using ubuntu gnome09:44
pimpMyNickgdm3.log no such file09:45
alkisgdrwx--x--x 2 root              gdm     4096 Apr 21 10:11 gdm309:45
alkisgpimpMyNick: I don't know why no recent xorg.log exists; you may try asking in #ubuntu-x, although they do take a lot time to answer usually, but their answers are very informative09:46
alkisgI wonder if somehow systemd journals are used there, instead of logs.. dunno09:46
pimpMyNickok, i will try reconfiguring X as suggested by notadeveloper  and see what happens09:47
alkisgpimpMyNick: note,09:47
alkisgthat notadeveloper suggested that based on a xorg.log that is not current09:47
alkisgAnd, it's normal for xorg to load multiple modules and unload them after they are not needed09:47
alkisgBut ok the dpkg-reconfigure won't hurt, afaik...09:47
* alkisg would try #ubuntu-x09:48
pimpMyNickalkisg,  yeah i would try that channel too09:48
alkisgpimpMyNick: start with "why don't I see a xorg.log", not with your xrandr issue09:48
AnticomHi all. Is there any raspberry pi toolchain available somewhere in the repositories / ppa?09:49
Anticomif possible i'd like to avoid buildling the toolchain myself09:49
* pimpMyNick is thankful to alkisg notadeveloper and k1l_ for their effort09:51
diverdudeHello...i am trying to make NFS share on a directory where there are new devices mounted and unmounted in subdirectories. However when i browse these mounted subdirectories on the remote machine i cannot see the content. What is the best way to handle this? I think there is a parameter called crossmnt, but it seems to be not so robust. Is there a good way to handle such a problem?09:51
lol521:) hi all09:55
aryonobody alive on #linuxmint09:59
aryoso i want to know. which better ubuntu or mint?09:59
MakulitI did advise you where to go to get specific Linux Mint help aryo.10:00
MakulitI have not used Ubuntu as a desktop O/S, but I do have Mint on my laptop and it seems to work well. Everything worked, even Wi-Fi on install.10:01
aryoyes i also have Mint on my laptop10:02
k1l_aryo: didnt you answer that question already to yourself? you are asking here in #ubuntu10:02
aryobut i have some problem when installing Metasploit-framework and Genymotion10:03
aryokil_, i just compare10:03
Anticomaryo: first of all you'd have to define what "better" actually is for you10:03
glitchdhello all10:04
MakulitDo you have a commercial licence for Metasploit aryo?10:04
aryoi am linux new user, actually10:04
glitchdtrying to change the color of the font of my clock in the indicator plugin..10:04
aryono idon't have10:04
k1l_aryo: well, that is an issue with those 2 projects you named. that will be an issue on every other distro, too10:04
aryoahh i see10:05
glitchdanyone have clue how to change the color of the clock in the indicator plugin? or maybe some configs i cant look at to find what color is set?10:05
aryoindicator plugin?10:06
aryotry to edit configuration file10:06
glitchd...did you even read the entire question?10:06
aryoahhh my bad, so sorry10:07
glitchdlol its all good10:07
aryoi am Linux new user actually10:07
MakulitMe too :)10:09
aryoyep and it's fun.... isn't it?10:09
notadeveloperhey Makulit10:09
notadeveloperare you from manila?10:09
yanku Hi,when root partition is full, and i delete some files,but it is the same,is there some people met the same ?10:13
Makulitnotadeveloper: No.10:14
alkisg(12:59:20 μμ) aryo: nobody alive on #linuxmint ==> go to irc.spotchat.org, not to freenode. They are different servers with different people. https://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/1210:14
alkisgyanku: which file did you delete? are you sure it was in the root partition? Also, if some file is in use, and it's deleted, the space is freed later on when the file descriptor is closed...10:15
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yankualkisg: I delete the /hoe/sam/ ,and I have reboot,10:16
alkisgyanku: and are you sure that /home/sam is in the root partition and not in a separate home partition?10:17
alkisgyanku: run this: df -h | nc termbin.com 999910:17
alkisgWhat's the output?10:17
yankualkisg;wait a moment10:18
hateballA wild guess is that this is an LVM install with /boot full of old kernels10:18
yankualkisg: you are right,/home and / is not in the same partition10:20
hateballyanku: are you able to run "sudo apt-get autoremove" ? That should clean out old kernels taking up space10:21
yankuhateball: I have./var in sda3 / in sd2 and /home in sda610:22
hateballyanku: could you provide us with the resulting link from the command alkisg asked you to run?10:22
yankuroot@debian:/# df -h | nc10:24
yankuCmd line: Filesystem: forward host lookup failed: Unknown host10:24
yankuI can not understand wht "nc termbin.com 9999"10:25
yankuI can not understand what "nc termbin.com 9999"10:25
joelioyanku: netcat used to pipe the output of the previous command to termbin.com on port 999910:26
joelioyou then get an url to the thing you posted10:26
joeliowhich you can share here, for diagnostics10:26
yankuroot@debian:/# df -h10:27
yankuFilesystem      Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on10:27
yanku/dev/sda2       6.3G  6.3G   68K 100% /10:27
yankuudev             10M     0   10M   0% /dev10:27
yankutmpfs           3.2G  9.2M  3.2G   1% /run10:27
yankutmpfs           7.8G   80K  7.8G   1% /dev/shm10:27
joelioyanku: pasting lots of lines in IRC generally considered bad form, use a pastebin/termbin ;)10:28
yankusorry for that10:29
yankuIs it possible to resize the root partition if I delete the /home partition?10:30
hateballyou dont need to delete anything as long as there is free space, just liveboot gparted and resize10:31
yankuI can not install gparted10:32
k1l_yanku: is this debian or ubuntu?10:33
yankudebian, actually,But I think the same10:34
k1l_yanku: then please ask in #debian10:34
yankuok thank you all the same10:36
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certaci2joelio: Thanks for the clue to netcat and termbin - after a quick bit of research and installation into my virginal new ubuntu config I am now successfully using nc and termbin....10:50
joeliocertaci2: no problem :)10:53
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barqIs there any workaround for this? I get https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/unity/+bug/1612965 this bug.10:59
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1612965 in unity (Ubuntu) "Mouse cursor has wrong postition (Ubuntu 16.04)" [Undecided,New]10:59
idokoso if I'm trying to make a huge update via ssh, which device will consume more bandwidth, remote or local?11:04
k1l_idoko: the remote one. the ssh is just displaying what is happening but not downloading everything to your local system11:06
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ubottuOther !Linux distributions besides !Ubuntu include: Debian, Mepis (using !APT); RedHat, Fedora, SUSE, Mandriva (using !RPM); Gentoo, Slackware (using other packaging systems)11:10
ubottuRecognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. The current list is: !Edubuntu, !Ubuntu-GNOME, !Kubuntu, Ubuntu !Kylin, !Lubuntu, !Mythbuntu, Ubuntu !Studio, !Xubuntu, and Ubuntu !MATE11:10
idokok1l_: I see, thanks for clearing that up :)11:11
OerHeksWith a command, i can open & close my dvd-tray, but i can not poweroff my printer.11:13
OerHeksI don't know where to look for anymore ..11:13
popeybet you can turn off your printer if it has a web UI11:14
popeyusing curl11:14
SunOShello ,  i have a problem with the  network interfaces in 16.0411:14
OerHekspopey, no webui, it's a samsung usb laserprinter, but find nothing related in cups11:14
OerHekspopey, and i find no simular questions too.. so i am smart or this feature is not widely needed?11:15
popeyOerHeks: I suspect most people just reach over and press the power button11:16
popeyOerHeks: but there may be some command you can throw at the printer over USb to do it, never looked into it11:16
SunOSnetworking.service: Main process exited, code=exited, status=1/FAILURE11:16
OerHeksIt would be a nice campagne: IoT-EoT11:16
SunOSFailed to bring up eth0.11:17
SunOSwhat can i do really ? to start this network interfaces11:17
OerHeksSunOS, on what ubuntu version ? ifconfig -a # should tell the interface names3311:17
SunOSthe name of interfaces is a eth011:18
k1l_SunOS: "lsb_release -d" brings you what output?11:19
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SunOSlsb_release -d11:20
SunOSDescription:Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS11:20
k1l_SunOS: what did you do or change?11:21
SunOSi try with this  dmesg | grep eth011:21
SunOSjust after reboot my interface did`n work11:21
k1l_what desktop is it?11:22
joelio16.04 uses consistent device naming11:22
SunOSit`s VPS11:22
joeliounless you've set your grub line to net.ifnames=0 and biosdevname=0...11:22
joelioor it's a dist-upgrade (at a pinch)11:22
k1l_its a vserver11:22
SunOSit`s dist-upgrade ;)11:23
SunOSan then broken11:23
joeliodo you see it in #ifconfig -a11:23
k1l_so you upgraded it and then it doesnt work?11:23
k1l_are you sure your hoster supports upgrades at all? some vserver systems dont support that.11:23
SunOSjoelio , still show me a latest configuration before update11:24
SunOSk1l_ , i have another ubuntu and on him work fine11:24
SunOSi change the names of interfaces from eth0 to ens11:25
SunOSi do thah with  dmesg | grep eth011:25
SunOSand show me [    4.194185] e1000 0000:00:12.0 ens18: renamed from eth011:25
k1l_SunOS: "dmesg | grep eth0" doesnt change anything, it only shows something11:26
SunOSyeah i know that11:26
joelioSunOS: as I said, consistent device naming11:26
k1l_"ifconfig -a | nc termbin.com 9999" and show the url here please11:26
wish^So apparently my ubuntu 14.04 LTS was on an old kernel 3.6.17 generic. Is it possible that this could have had something to do with compiz sometimes freezing?11:27
wish^I am on 4.4.0-34-generic now11:27
hateballwish^: are you using an Intel GPU?11:28
wish^I am11:28
k1l_wish^: yes. 3.6er kernel will do make a lot of issues. 14.04 was shipped with 3.13 kernel11:28
wish^k1l_, Ok, but using the newer 4.4 is best right now right? OR should i be on the old one?11:29
hateballwish^: newer kernel means newer intel drivers and hopefully a more stable experience11:30
k1l_!hwe | wish^11:30
ubottuwish^: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack11:30
acresearchhello people, i am starting to learn how to use vi, i thought it would highlight codes when you use it, but mine does not, is there a way to highlight the codes (for example bash) etc...?11:30
k1l_SunOS: hmm. i would ask the hoster, to be honest11:31
aryoi have tried cracking WPA2/PSK with Aircrack11:31
aryoit's really worked like a charm11:31
wish^Yes that is where i got this current kernel from, k1l_11:32
aryobut it's difficult to guessing, huh?11:32
k1l_aryo: we dont support that in here11:32
cfhowlettaryo, off-topic11:32
aryoahh my bad, so sorry11:32
wish^hateball, Great, then i look forward to having a system that does not freeze. I was getting some random freezes that would freeze the screen but the mouse would still be able to move, nothing was clickable though11:32
fstxHi! I get "ads_find_dc: name resolution for realm ... failed: NT_STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS" in log.winbindd-dc-connect. kinit works.11:34
vahehi all ,I have a strange situation,I don't know what to do)) I bought a minipc if you connect to an hdmi TV then the Internet is working (LAN) but if without a monitor or tv without it the Internet doesn't work))  mini pc pcg02u11:37
acresearchhello people, i am starting to learn how to use vi, i thought it would highlight codes when you use it, but mine does not, is there a way to highlight the codes (for example bash) etc...?11:40
hateballvahe: by LAN, do you mean ethernet or wifi?11:41
vahehateball:  ethernet11:41
freakyyhi all i have a question. im on ubuntu gnome 16.04.1 i have it installed once on my laptop and once on my big pc. now my problem is when it starts, on my laptop it shows everything in a good resolution but on my big pc the resolution is kinda small and everythign is so big on the screen like grub, the boot screen, the ALT+F1 consoles etc.11:42
freakyyhow can i fix htis?11:42
freakyyshouldnt this be setup automatically?11:43
NeoFrontierHi, how big is the upgrade from 14.04 to the next one 16 ?11:45
SunOSit`s so strange for me11:46
SunOSthe network interface works11:46
SunOSbut still show me a error11:46
hateballNeoFrontier: depends on the amount of installed packages. The upgrader will tell you before it starts as well11:46
SunOS[....] Restarting networking (via systemctl): networking.serviceJob for networking.service failed because the control process exited with error code. See "systemctl status networking.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.11:46
SunOS failed!11:46
NeoFrontieroh will it, great @ hateball s11:47
FManTropyxshould I just do aptitude safe-upgrade and aptitude full-upgrade?11:49
BluesKajHey folks11:49
FinalXhey, hey - something keeps changing my /etc/timezone after I manually edit it (through Puppet), but dpkg-reconfigure tzdata "fixes" it.. what is changing it back automatically, and how can I prevent that (by setting it in a more appropriate file?)11:53
mbwei would just use timedatectl set-timezone FinalX11:53
joeliomanually edit via puppet? if using the standard puppetlabs module, then that shouldn't be needed11:54
joelioit's a fire and forget11:54
mmahmoudis mint better than ubuntu?11:55
bazhangmmahmoud, ask in the chat channel11:55
bazhang#ubuntu-offtopic mmahmoud11:56
FinalXjoelio: which would that be, then? the module we use edits /etc/timezone, and something changes it back, and it's only on our Ubuntu 16.04 servers/containers :)11:58
wish^Is there anyone that can recommend an alternative to Unity?11:58
bazhanggnome-shell wish^11:59
mbweehm you are running ubuntu otherwise switch to the other flavours wish^11:59
bazhangit's the other gnome3 shell wish^11:59
mbwelike xubuntu xfce11:59
mbweor install the budgie desktop wish^12:00
mbwewish^: budgie desktop info https://solus-project.com/budgie/12:00
mbweOr if you want something more simple install i3 :)12:01
wish^Can i use KDE Plasma on Ubuntu?12:02
hateballwish^: yes12:02
mbweyes ofcourse you can, you can install any desktop flavour you want12:02
hateballwish^: sudo apt install kubuntu-desktop12:02
bazhang!find plasme12:02
ubottuFound: W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W: (and 17 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=plasme&searchon=names&suite=xenial&section=all12:02
BluesKajwish^, yes it's called kubuntu12:03
ubottuRecognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. The current list is: !Edubuntu, !Ubuntu-GNOME, !Kubuntu, Ubuntu !Kylin, !Lubuntu, !Mythbuntu, Ubuntu !Studio, !Xubuntu, and Ubuntu !MATE12:03
bazhang!find plasma12:03
OerHekstons of choise12:03
ubottuFound: kdeconnect-plasma, kdeconnect-plasma-dbg, kdeplasma-addons-data, kdeplasma-addons-dbg, libkf5plasma5, libkf5plasmaquick5, libplasma-geolocation-interface5, libplasma3, libplasma4-perl, libsmokeplasma3 (and 91 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=plasma&searchon=names&suite=xenial&section=all12:03
mbweThere is also the most updated version of the kde desktop, and kde people tell me that it gets the best kde experience, take a look at https://neon.kde.org/12:03
mbweit uses ubuntu 16.04lts as a base wish^12:04
wish^Yes that is the tone i saw mbwe, i really liked the look of it. But i am not sure i can use it on 14.0412:04
mbwe14.04 well it would be a nice time to upgrade or reinstall your system :)12:04
wish^I looked into upgrading but i heard that it is not good for stable system12:05
wish^So I will do a fresh install12:05
mbweyeah its always good to do a fresh install, although i use ubuntu on my servers and arch for my desktop combined with some other devices which run freebsd12:05
OerHeksyou heard wrong :-D12:06
wish^OerHeks, I read that upgrading can cause certain issues12:06
mbwewell i did a server upgrade from 14.04 to 16.04 with minor problems12:06
OerHeksoh boy, here we go again ..12:06
mbweNothing one could not fix,12:06
ubottuPlease do not fall prey to, or spread FUD (fear, uncertainty, and doubt) - it is not welcome here!  Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fear,_uncertainty_and_doubt12:06
wish^OerHeks, please dont be rude12:07
mbweOerHeks: who is spreading FUD12:07
FedorationIs this channel also for ElementaryOS?12:07
OerHeksyou can call me rude, but don't spread uncertain facts please12:07
OerHeksFedoration, nope12:07
ubottuElementary OS is an Ubuntu derivative which is supported in their IRC channel #elementary on irc.freenode.net - http://elementaryos.org/ for more information on this distribution.12:08
wish^I simply said I read something, I am not spreading anything. Instead of whining about what I stated I read, please tell me why I am wrong12:08
wish^Nothing worse then a condescending attitude12:08
bazhangwish^, please not here12:08
FedorationOerHeks: fantastic - thanks!12:08
bazhangwish^, get back to support here, chit chat NOT here12:08
wish^Ok sorry bazhang12:08
FManTropyxI just want to try the automatic upgrade first and if it won't work, I will install anew from a 16.04 image12:08
OerHeksthere is just 1 thing missing in the upgrade story: always prepare a dvd/usb with the iso.12:09
baffometiDoes anyone know how many developers Ubuntu has?12:09
FManTropyxnot useful for a remote host12:09
bazhangtry a chat channel baffometi like #ubuntu-discuss12:10
wish^Is there some way to make all my updates go through synaptic package manager and disables ubuntu software center?12:14
ikoniajust use what you want12:14
ikoniadon't like software center, don't use it12:14
ikoniasynaptic will still pick up updates12:14
wish^Ubuntu software center still pops up though12:15
ikoniaahhh the notifications pop up you mean ?12:15
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UssatI am having a odd issue here when installing 2 packages on 16.04. The packages are samtools and bcftools. I am building the server for a researcher here at work. The two packages are disctinctly different, have different uses, commands etc, but sem to conflict and overwrite each other. I install them via standard apt-get commands, please see http://paste.ubuntu.com/23061365/. Any advice here how to get both packages installed at the same12:17
OerHeksUssat, interesting, libhts1 gives in the changelog:12:29
OerHekshtslib (1.2.1-2ubuntu1) xenial; urgency=high  * Skip test-suites on armhf, powerpc and s390x due to broken endiannes   and alignment issues. See https://github.com/samtools/htslib/issues/98   for details. Hopefully upstream will agree on a concept and merge it soon.12:29
Ussatyea, in am in the server channel and seem to have found the issue.12:34
OerHeksUssat, excellent!12:35
UssatFortunately, these two servers I am building for the researchr are one off's. ONly two systems, a test and prod12:36
OerHeksTo ensure production, that snapcraft solution takes time, but i think it is a good solution, for now.12:37
Ussatoh sure...looking into that not12:43
Ussatlooks like the best non-sucky solution atm12:43
Ussatanf TBH does not suprise me ran into this, these are niche toolsets12:44
UssatWe generally use RHEL as our *nix of choice but have recently introduced ubuntu into our standards for our researchers12:44
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redRosehoe can i install veracrypt in ubuntu 16.04?12:59
redRosehow can i install veracrypt in ubuntu 16.04?13:00
Ben64redRose: it's not in the repositories so you're kind of on your own with it. check for a PPA maybe, or their website or something13:02
redRose how can i install veracrypt in ubuntu 16.04?13:04
Ben64redRose: look above13:05
DJonesredRose: There is a ppa for that https://veracrypt.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Contributed%20Resources  Add the ppa,  update sources, and sudo apt install ....13:05
DJones!ppa | redRose13:05
ubotturedRose: A Personal Package Archive (PPA) can provide alternate software not normally available in the offical Ubuntu repositories - Looking for a PPA? See https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+ppas - WARNING: PPAs are unsupported third-party packages, and you use them at your own risk. See also !addppa and !ppa-purge13:05
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redRose how can i install veracrypt in ubuntu 6.04?13:05
redRoseis there any officially supported app to decrypt true-crypt volume?13:08
UssatOerHeks, I found a PPA for samtools here, https://launchpad.net/~nebc/+archive/ubuntu/bio-linux/+packages?field.name_filter=samtools&field.status_filter=published&field.series_filter= thoughts ?13:11
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* engy waves hello13:24
engywhois akaWolf13:25
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paracusiahello, I have problems seeing new created partition device nodes in /dev - /proc/partitions shows them all and "partprobe" also changed nothing, what can I do instead of rebooting? I guess it has something to do with udev?13:34
ikoniaparacusia: it won't happen if the disk is in use13:36
ikonianot even a udev trigger event will work13:37
paracusiaits not in use ikonia, just created a partition with fdisk13:37
paracusiakernel sees it(dmesg)13:37
paracusiahi mani13:38
ikoniaparacusia: the disk is not in use at all13:38
ikoniano other partitions on it13:38
Mani_i want to install whats app on my ubuntu phone13:38
paracusiacorrect ikonia13:38
paracusiathere is only one partition on this disk, never used the disk before13:38
ikoniaparacusia: so if you do "sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda" for example does it show the partitions13:38
paracusiapartprobe also shows it13:39
Mani_does it possible or not?13:39
ikoniaparacusia: so what's actually missing13:39
ikoniaparacusia: what are you expecting to happen thats nt13:39
paracusiaikonia, the /dev/sda1 node is missing13:39
ikoniaparacusia: can you pastebin the output of "sudo fdisk -l /dev/sda" please13:39
paracusiaonly /dev/sda exists in /dev13:39
Mani_hello paracusia13:39
Mani_i want to install whats app on my ubuntu phone13:39
Mani_is it posible13:40
paracusiaikonia, sure: https://nopaste.me/view/386950e413:40
paracusiaMani_, dunno, look at whatsapp.com maybe13:40
ikoniaparacusia: so if you do "ls -la /dev/sda1" what do you get13:41
paracusiano such file or directory13:41
k1l_Mani_: no, whatsapp doesnt allow a client on ubuntu touch phones.13:41
ikoniaparacusia: thats quite odd,13:42
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Mani_thank you k1l13:42
ikoniaparacusia: you may want to look at a udev trigger event13:42
ikoniabut that really shouldn't be needed13:42
ikoniaparacusia: how many disks does this system have13:42
paracusiaonly 3 disks ikonia13:42
paracusiain rules.d folder is only one file for network devices13:42
ikoniaparacusia: can you pastebin the output of "mount" please13:42
OerHeksMani_, there is a webwhatsapp https://uappexplorer.com/apps?q=whatsap&sort=relevance13:42
paracusiaikonia, https://nopaste.me/view/74f586fe13:44
paracusiaikonia, devtmpfs is correctly mounted as far as I can tell13:46
ikoniaparacusia: aufs ?? what is this system running13:46
paracusiaits a rescue system ikonia13:47
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ikoniaparacusia: from what ?13:47
paracusiaaufs mounted on debian13:47
paracusiathats only for writes in ram, because the source nfs is r/o13:48
paracusiahas nothing to do with /dev13:48
jiohdipls help: I have an UNLOCK KEYRING popup which is causing problems, I don't have a password that works for it... how do I fix it?13:48
k1l_jiohdi: its your users password. the one you set on install13:49
jiohdik1l_, does not work13:49
paracusiaikonia, will try to run udev in debug mode now13:49
k1l_jiohdi: make sure that capslock is not active or such things13:49
ikoniaparacusia: is the debian solution a livecd or is it running from a disk ?13:49
paracusiaits running via network, nfs13:50
jiohdik1l_, tried every password I have ever used nothing works13:51
k1l_did you change the password?13:52
OerHeksjiohdi, check your keyring ( passwords & keys)13:52
jiohdik1l_, I did change my personal password13:52
jiohdiOerHeks, I am using mate and that option does not seem to exist13:52
k1l_and do you use autologin?13:53
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jiohdik1l_, nope, I put in my password at every login13:53
FioneI want to request with a trojan situation which may or may not involve ubuntu. So, apparently I had to install packet sniffer on my pc and make all of my device network go through it. ubuntu software repository doesn't give me anything and apt-cache search wireshark gives me several options: wireshark, wireshark-common, wireshark-dev, wireshark-gtk, wireshark-qt. any recommendation on what I should choose (if I even should choose wireshark over other packet13:58
TameikiOn my laptop, the cdrom isn't working. I have a /dev/sg0, but it didn't mount auto or with 'mount /dev/sg0 /mnt'. Anyone have some idea please ?13:59
Tameiki(sr0 * )13:59
OerHeksFione, this is what i get, installing wireshark > http://paste.ubuntu.com/23061670/ no need for -dev unless you need wireshard dev packages to build something14:02
Fioneanother question. Right now I'm using my parent's phone wifi, where the IP is reported as spam/botnet infected with trojan tinba. need help on eliminating list of suspected devices? does this trojan infect android devices?14:11
OerHeksFione, that would be a Q for #android14:11
Fioneneed root? I cannot do it on my parent's phone.14:12
Fioneoh. Q you mean is question?14:12
avioniiicW:The repository 'http://deb.playonlinux.com xenial Release' does not have a Release file., W:Data from such a repository can't be authenticated and is therefore potentially dangerous to use., W:See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details., E:Failed to fetch http://deb.playonlinux.com/dists/xenial/main/binary-amd64/Packages  404  Not Found14:12
OerHeksavioniiic, check the playonlinux site how to add the key14:13
avioniiicI'm reading instructions from ubuntu website....14:13
OerHekswget -q "http://deb.playonlinux.com/public.gpg" -O- | sudo apt-key add -14:13
OerHeksavioniiic, i see, there is no mention of adding the key on our wiki14:14
OerHekshttps://www.playonlinux.com/en/download.html and click ubuntu14:15
avioniiicOerHeks: Thanks!14:15
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OerHeksavioniiic, see that red line:  install the package wine:i38614:15
avioniiicYes, what's the difference between Trusty, Saucey, and Precise?14:16
OerHeksavioniiic, those are ubuntu verions, i notice they haven't updated to xenial, so use the trusty version, and change trusty>xenial14:17
kobalterEriC^^: could you remind me of the permissions required to fix the ssh password less thingy14:17
OerHekssudo wget http://deb.playonlinux.com/playonlinux_xenial.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list14:18
kobalteri tried 750 on .ssh and authorized keys14:18
EriC^^kobalter: check the home dir that it's 750 too14:18
kobalteri just thought of that14:19
kobalteri need to write this in a stone or something14:19
ducassekobalter: iirc, ~/.ssh should be 70014:19
OerHekskobalter, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH/OpenSSH/Keys # chmod 700 ~/.ssh  # chmod 600 ~/.ssh/authorized_keys14:19
kobalteryesterday with fewer permissions was not working ducasse OerHeks14:19
fpqcinstalled xenial server to run an mpd last night at work14:19
kobalter750 should do it14:19
fpqcI got it working with alsa outputting through hd audio in stereo14:20
fpqcbut before that, I tried using hdmi14:20
fpqcnow the weird thing was, I didn't have pulse installed, no gui, just alsa and the mpd and some supporting python packages14:21
ducassekobalter: what didn't work? unless i'm mistaken, sshd will complain if permissions are too lax.14:21
fpqcrewrite the asound.conf to change thedefault audio device for pcm to the hdmi14:21
fpqcworks great for about 8 minutes of continuous play14:21
avioniiic$ sudo wget http://deb.playonlinux.com/playonlinux_xenial.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list14:21
avioniiic--2016-08-16 09:21:16--  http://deb.playonlinux.com/playonlinux_xenial.list14:21
avioniiicResolving deb.playonlinux.com (deb.playonlinux.com)..., 2001:41d0:2:37ca::1e14:21
avioniiicConnecting to deb.playonlinux.com (deb.playonlinux.com)||:80... connected.14:21
avioniiicHTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found14:21
avioniiic2016-08-16 09:21:16 ERROR 404: Not Found.14:21
fpqcthen, suddenly, music stops, cannot test the device again, says it's locked by a program14:22
fpqceven when I killall the mpd and cancel it in systemd14:22
ducasse!paste | avioniiic14:22
ubottuavioniiic: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use http://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use http://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.14:22
fpqcdisable and stop14:22
fpqcdoes that sound like a driver bug?14:22
avioniiicsorry didn't think it would be 6 lines14:23
TameikiHello, I have an issue with my cdrom. He spin, but it didn't mount auto or with mount command.14:23
kobalterducasse: i am getting the password prompt instead of key access14:23
fpqcmy asound.conf was simple, I unmuted the device14:24
fpqcand it worked but then somehow died and exploded14:24
kobaltersomehow just changed it and didnt work :/14:24
fpqcalso when I did lsof on /dev/snd, none of the devices had active handles14:24
BluesKajfpqc,  configure alsmixer then sudo alsctl store rather than recofigging asound14:25
fpqcBluesKaj, ?14:25
jiohdiis there a way to remove the keyring from ubuntu14:25
BluesKajerr alsamixer and alsactl store, fp14:25
fpqcwhat do you mean configure alsamixer14:25
fpqcI unmuted the device14:26
fpqcbut I still need asound to change the default14:26
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BluesKajset it up for your audio inpts and outputs14:26
fpqcin alsamixer?14:26
fpqcalsamixer is like a curses gui14:26
fpqcdo you mean amixer?14:26
BluesKajno alsamixer14:27
fpqcwhat do you mean configure alsamixer then14:27
fpqcI pressed f1 and there is no place to set a default device in it14:27
fpqcI have it open right now14:27
fpqcyou can select a device and unmute it14:27
fpqcthat's it14:27
fpqcyou can't even change the volume in alsamixer on hdmi14:28
fpqcbc it's s/pdif and doesn't have a preamp value14:29
BluesKajfpqc, ok set up alsamixer then , forget the configure part if semantics sidetracks you14:29
fpqcBluesKaj, what do you mean set up alsamixer14:29
fpqcI installed alsamixer14:29
fpqcI used it14:29
fpqcI unmuted the device14:29
fpqcnow what14:29
BluesKajtype alsamixer in the terminal14:29
fpqcI'm in14:29
fpqcI have two available devices14:29
fpqchw 0,0 "hd audio" and hw 1,3 "hdmi"14:30
fpqcin alsamixer how do you propose I set hw 1,3 to be my default output device?14:30
fpqcI don't see any place to do it mate14:31
BluesKajhdmi audio is channeled from your default soundcard thru the gpu to the hdmi audio digital output14:32
fpqcBluesKaj, and?14:32
fpqcit's not muted I'm looking at it14:33
fpqchdmi_vol is 100%14:33
fpqcis it bc of auto-mute?14:33
BluesKajyes if automute is enabled14:33
fpqcso what does automute do14:33
fpqcmute all other devices?14:33
BluesKajit mutes everything14:34
fpqcexcept what14:34
BluesKajuse the down arrow key to disable automute14:34
fpqcwhat is it muting14:35
fpqcit doesn't look like it's muting hdmi bc it's not muted14:35
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soreauusing 16.04, I'm trying to get network-manager-pptp upgraded from xenial-updates, from version 1.1.83 to 1.2.0 and have all xenial-updates related repos enabled in sources.list (except deb-src) but after apt update/upgrade/dist-upgrade, it doesn't upgrade this package14:39
kobalterEriC^^: OerHeks after changing persmission should i restart something or is it supposed to work14:41
kobalterthe ssh passwordless with keys14:41
EriC^^it should work14:41
EriC^^without restarting14:42
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kobalteri set it up same as the other user14:42
soreauEriC^^: might need to restart sshd14:42
kobalteron client or server14:42
kobalteri guess server14:43
soreaud is for daemon, which is usually the server, yes14:43
ducassesoreau: the latest version in the repos is 1.1.93-1ubuntu114:45
soreauducasse: I want this one http://packages.ubuntu.com/xenial-updates/network-manager14:45
m_tadeuhi...where's the best place to ask about lost partitions?14:45
fpqcm_tadeu, church mainly14:46
rypervenchem_tadeu: Why not tell us a bit about your problem? What happened?14:46
soreaum_tadeu: maybe #grub14:46
soreauand here14:46
yanchohi. i'm doing an upgrade and got this error after the restart: A start job is running for raise network interfaces (2 minutes of 5 mins 1 sec) - any idea what I can do please?14:46
kobalternada :/14:46
fpqcyou do not need a technician you need a priest =O14:46
ducassesoreau: that is network-manager, not network-manager-pptp14:46
soreauducasse: oh ok, let me see14:46
m_tadeuI was reorganizing my partitions and moved one to a "better" place...now I can't mount it...it complains about a bad super block14:47
k1l_soreau: "apt-cache policy network-manager-pptp" can you pastebin the output?14:48
fpqcm_tadeu, did you try seeing if fdisk can auto-fix14:48
m_tadeuhere's the log of the operations http://pastebin.com/KnmKgdpB14:48
fpqcobviously dd a backup of the drive14:48
fpqcbefore you work on a live version14:48
soreauk1l_: *** 1.1.93-1ubuntu1 500        500 http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu xenial/main amd64 Packages14:48
soreauducasse: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/network-manager-pptp/+bug/156833614:50
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1568336 in network-manager-pptp (Ubuntu) "pppd crashed with SIGSEGV in plugin_init()" [Medium,Fix released]14:50
rypervenchem_tadeu: Did you try running one of those fsck commands that is said to run?14:50
m_tadeurypervenche: yup...no lock...tried all superblock backups14:50
rypervenchem_tadeu: Is this an MBR or GPT disk?14:51
ducassesoreau: that package should contain the fix14:51
m_tadeurypervenche: what is GPT?14:52
soreauducasse: I have this version and it's still broken for me, but I also read https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=820295;msg=38 which states "Fixed in version network-manager-pptp/1.2.0-1"14:52
ubottuDebian bug 820295 in network-manager-pptp "network-manager-pptp: pppd segfaults when NM tries to establish PPTP connection since 1.1.92-1" [Grave,Fixed]14:52
soreaum_tadeu: the question is, what is google?14:52
rypervenchem_tadeu: Are you using BIOS or UEFI? (Do you know?)14:52
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m_tadeurypervenche: BIOS14:53
FinalXanswering my own question earlier, /etc/localtime now needs to be a symlink in 16.04, which target is read bij dpkg-reconfigure tzdata and recreates /etc/timezone. fixed, Puppet now just sets the symlink :)14:53
rypervenchem_tadeu: Then it sounds as though you moved a logical partition, that's probably going to end in a bad time.14:53
soreauducasse: and there was a lot of fixed/notfixed back-n-forth14:53
ducassesoreau: that fix is in a debian package, not in ubuntu14:53
soreauducasse: sure, but upstream the versions should be the same14:54
k1l_soreau: no. dont mix debian and ubuntu packages14:54
m_tadeurypervenche: yes, it's a logical partition14:54
ducassesoreau: it is a higher version than what ubuntu has available14:54
soreauk1l_: I know that..14:54
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soreauducasse: 16.04 at least http://packages.ubuntu.com/yakkety/network-manager-pptp-gnome14:55
rypervenchem_tadeu: And how is it that you came across the extra space before said partition?14:55
k1l_soreau: yakkety is 16.1014:55
ducassesoreau: so what is the question?14:55
kobalterit is when i enable IdentityFile that gives me errors14:56
soreauducasse: well I got confused because I thought I wasn't getting a version from xenial-updates14:56
soreauducasse: but now I have to figure out what to do in order to fix this..14:56
ducassesoreau: ask for a sru?14:56
m_tadeurypervenche: I installed the system in another disk...so / and /home  partition were not necessary anymore....so I moved my "data" partition back14:56
kobalterwhen i use rsync i have the error where rsync logs on with another user rather than the one specified in .ssh/config14:56
k1l_soreau: is there a bugreport on launchpad for your issue?14:57
soreauducasse: slippery rock university?14:57
ducasse!sru | soreau14:57
ubottusoreau: Stable Release Update information is at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates14:57
rypervenchem_tadeu: Sounds like you tried to move a logical partition to a normal partition.14:57
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soreauducasse: ok thanks14:58
ducassesoreau: but if no bug is filed nothing will happen. file one, and point to the debian bug report.14:59
m_tadeurypervenche: any idea what can I do about this?14:59
rypervenchem_tadeu: I hope you took a backup before attempting to move your data. It might still be salvage able, but it will probably take one-on-one help.15:01
m_tadeurypervenche: didn't have any storage that big15:02
rypervenchem_tadeu: Then you didn't care about losing that data.15:02
nighthawk663Hello, I'm trying to get an NFS share set up with anonymous access and having absolutely zero luck. Can anyone help me?15:12
nighthawk663It's actually for hosting up disk images for an IP KVM. But I can't connect to it with Windows or with the IP KVM15:13
nighthawk663It seems to be giving me permissions errors. But I haven't really set any permissions. Not sure how to fix it. I've done what the guides I've found said and ... I'm stuck.15:13
ducassenighthawk663: it would be helpful if you could pastebin some errors from the server or other details15:17
nighthawk663ducasse honestly there are no errors to paste15:18
kobalterwhen using IdentityFile u should point to the private key right? not the pub15:18
nighthawk663ducasse: the server seems to start happily enough, but when I try to connect from the IP KVM, I get a "Access denied" error15:18
joelionighthawk663: how do you know they are permissions errors then?15:18
ducassenighthawk663: with no errors or further details there is absolutely nothing we can do15:19
ducassenighthawk663: what export options have you set on the server?15:19
nighthawk663When I try to browse the share using the IP KVM, I get "Mount failed: Permission denied"15:19
nighthawk663I have:   /var/nfs        *(ro,sync,no_root_squash,anonuid=65534,anongid=65534)15:20
daxkobalter: correct15:20
nighthawk663where the ononuid and anongid is equal to the UID and GID for "nobody" and "nogroup," respectively15:20
kobaltermhhh doesnt work :/15:20
nighthawk663I don't know if it's needed.15:20
nighthawk663The ownership on /var/nfs are nobody:nogroup15:20
kobalterdax as soon as i add it, ssh tries to use it but skips to password auth15:21
nighthawk663iptables are not active, so it shouldn't be a firewall issue15:21
nighthawk663permissions on the nfs folder are 75515:21
daemonl55anybody know how to reinstall ubuntu from my laptop15:22
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ducassenighthawk663: look at the server logs, there should be an error there if it refuses the mount. you might need the 'insecure' option.15:22
nighthawk663hm, nothing in /var/log. I'll have to dig out where nfs stores the logs15:23
zitohello i don't knoeìw how i do15:23
ducassenighthawk663: which ubuntu version is this?15:24
nighthawk663Okay, google is seriously failing me. where the frack is the nfs log stored?15:25
ducassenighthawk663: try 'journalctl --unit=nfs-kernel-server'15:25
nighthawk663"-- No Entries --"15:26
ducassenighthawk663: nfs entries should be in syslog iirc15:26
ducassenighthawk663: did you try with 'insecure'?15:27
nighthawk663ducasse  does that go in the export (ro....) line?15:28
nighthawk663ducasse  good call on the syslog. It says "refused mount request for /vs (/): not exported.15:28
nighthawk663how odd.15:28
ducassenighthawk663: can you pastebin the exports file?15:30
nighthawk663ducasse http://pastebin.com/ALJ3a7qT15:31
dgr48join #x2go15:31
ducassenighthawk663: did you restart the server or reload the exports after editing the exports file?15:32
nighthawk663yeah, using exportfs -r15:32
ducassenighthawk663: it seems to be getting a bad path from the client, see if there is a control character or something there15:33
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nighthawk663ducasse what do you mean?15:34
nighthawk663I've tried with the KVM client and with Windows using "mount \\<host>\nfs r:" and the same error appears in the syslog. Not exported15:34
ducassenighthawk663: the client is asking to mount '/vs', not '/var/nfs'15:34
nighthawk663oh geez, I swear I tried that before15:35
ducassenighthawk663: that will read as \\hostNEWLINEfs15:35
leo-rensudo su [$[$RANDOM%6] == 0] && rm -rf /* || echo "<3"15:35
leo-renthat line is a real stress15:35
ducassenighthawk663: normal client syntax is host:/var/nfs15:36
nighthawk663ducasse  it would if it were originating from linux, but Windows translates it15:36
nighthawk663ducasse I didn't know you needed the entire path. It just said the "share name"15:36
nighthawk663since nfs isn't locally stored as /nfs but rather /var/nfs, it was failing. Grrr.15:36
nighthawk663ducasse thank you very much for your assistance m(_ _)m15:37
ducassenighthawk663: you're welcome :)15:37
FuraiHey, I've got 2 laptops running ubuntu gnome.15:38
FuraiI want to control the 2nd one with the 1st one with some remote tool.15:38
leo-renwith EFI?15:38
FuraiI've managed to ssh to the other machine but I cannot do any remote desktop control...15:38
FuraiWhat am I missing?15:39
FuraiI'm using Remmina on my 1st laptop and on the other I've set up just the remote desktop sharing available by default.15:39
FuraiIf I set up remmina on other box as host I don't see on my firt machine any vnc servers.15:40
ducasseFurai: seen this? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNC/Servers#vino15:46
benji__hey i am a complete newbie here trying to learn a bit of coding and maybe even hacking in the future has anyone any advice for me?15:47
Furaiducasse, Not yet, reading. I've been searching the net for quite a while.15:47
Furaibenji__, don't do drugs. That's a valid advise in any career path.15:48
ducassebenji__: pick a programming language that suits what you want to do, and get a good book.15:50
benji__thanks i messed around with python for a while but i turned to html/css if you call that a language ( a friend told me its not , i am not sure)but i have always had the difficutly tof applying the little i know would you recomend me something specific , as far as languages and books are concerned?15:53
ducassebenji__: html is a markup language. i kinda like 'learning python' by mark lutz, published by o'reilly. if you want to learn python, that is.15:55
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yanchohi. is there some known bug with 16.04 server? that it doesn't take dhcp? just upgraded and not getting ipv4 ip15:56
Piciyancho: check to be sure that you config in /etc/network/interfaces matches your actual device name. It may not be eth0 anymore.15:57
UssatI wou;d think that would be a show stopper before release, also, no it workd fine here15:57
PiciI'm pretty sure this is mentioned in the release notes... but I too forgot about it until after I rebooted post upgrade.15:58
yanchoPici: how can i stop DHCPDISCOVER?15:58
OerHekshttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenialXerus/ReleaseNotes https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/PredictableNetworkInterfaceNames/15:58
Piciyancho: er.. I don't remember. I just restarted the networking service after I made my changes.15:59
OerHeksyancho, if you run php on that server, you will find more obstacles > https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenialXerus/ReleaseNotes#PHP_7.015:59
yanchoi tried ifup before talking here and am stuck in dhcpdiscover15:59
user01hey i was curious if i can get support for pulseaudio issue here -- im trying to get high quality audio to work 96000 kHz but its not working16:00
OerHeksifdown; ifconfig -a # will tell what name your interface got now16:00
user01no response in alsa channel16:01
user01it looks like the alsainfo shows i should be able to get 96000kHz playback rates [0x7f0]: 32000 44100 48000 88200 96000 176400 19200016:02
FuraiOk, still no luck. I've even edited vino-preferences16:02
user01i edit the pulseaudio config but it still goes back to 4410016:02
FuraiStill same thing. Maybe it's something about my local network?16:02
FuraiBut that would make no sense because I can ssh to that machine.16:03
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yanchoeth0 still shows .. auto eth0 and next line: iface eth0 inet dhcp - Pici, OerHeks it shows eth0 too16:05
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ducasseyancho: yes, but is eth0 still the actual interface name?16:06
OerHekshere it changed to enp2s016:06
yanchohow to check? in both places its written eth016:08
ioriayancho, ip a16:09
ducasseyancho: ifconfig, for example16:09
yanchoip a shows eth0 .. and ifconfig too16:09
ioriayancho, so it's eth016:10
yancho(not sure it effects - this is a vmware guest)16:10
ioriayancho, what's your issue exactly ?16:13
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yanchoioria: eth0 keeps trying to get an ip from the dhcp16:13
rohithow do i install 3 rd party apps on  my ubuntu16:14
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ioriayancho,  using NM or /etc/network/interfaces ?16:14
ducasserohit: depends on the app, look for instructions where you get it.16:14
yanchoioria: NM ? whats that?16:14
ioriayancho,  NetwokManager16:15
rohiti download the apps but how to install them16:15
ioriayancho,  it's a server ?16:15
yanchoioria: yes its a server ... service network restart and ifdown ifup both16:15
ducasserohit: as i said, look for instructions where you got them16:15
ioriayancho,  can you paste /etc/network/interfaces ?16:16
yanchoioria: just a second I'm waiting for dhcpdiscover to finish lol16:16
ViciousLooRollHey. When I started with Ubuntu I was doing stuff I shouldnt have been with root16:17
ViciousLooRollHow do I transfer everything that doesn't need to be root to a new user16:17
michael_mbphi all16:18
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, depends what you did, to find out can take more time than backup & reinstall16:18
michael_mbpI installed ubuntu on a new box and installed the latest nvidia drivers for the GTX 1080.  Once I rebooted, I now have the lightdm looping issue16:19
michael_mbpwell login loop issue that is.16:19
erasmusstart all over16:19
michael_mbperasmus: ?16:19
erasmusfrom scratch16:19
michael_mbpI've seen suggestions for uninstalling the drivers16:19
michael_mbperasmus: LOL why...16:19
OerHeksmichael_mbp, installed ubuntu in a ( virtual?) box??16:19
erasmusyeah no luck there16:19
erasmuscause it's a huge issue16:19
michael_mbpOerHeks: nah, new gaming box.16:19
ViciousLooRollOerHeks: oh poo16:19
michael_mbperasmus: wow!16:19
erasmusit sucks I know16:20
michael_mbpcan't I just uninstall it16:20
ViciousLooRollCan I not view all applications installed as root and just move them OerHeks?16:20
OerHeksmichael_mbp, oke, how did you install drivers, driver ppa?16:20
erasmussome will tell you that you can.16:20
michael_mbpadd-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa16:20
erasmusbut it's just a total waste of time.16:20
michael_mbpapt-get update16:20
michael_mbpthen apt-get install nvidia-367 nvidia-settings16:20
rp2hello all, does anyone know how I can do the equivalent inotifywait -m . (that is, watch all file I/O in the current direcory, but reporting the times of the calls with millisecond precision? iotifywait can only report seconds16:21
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, dunno, what did you install by root? .. i think you waste valuable time now16:21
rp2equivalent *of* inotifywait, I mean16:21
yanchoioria: auto lo / iface lo inet loopback ... and ... auto eth0 / iface eth0 inet dhcp  .... / = new line .. sorry can't paste since I'm not on same machine16:21
ViciousLooRollOerHeks not that much.16:21
erasmusmichael_mbp most linux haters will tell you that this is why linux sucks.16:21
ViciousLooRollHow do I view it OerHeks16:21
erasmusand to some degree they are right.16:21
ioriayancho,  ok, you are using dhcp, and not getting an ip  or what ?16:22
myNickhello :)16:22
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, view what?16:22
ViciousLooRollThings installed as root16:22
yanchoyes ioria .. before install it had dhcp16:23
ViciousLooRollI did ls -a in root and I have vim, weechat and a few others16:23
ioriayancho,  you still have dhcp16:23
yanchoioria: dmesg | grep -i eth ... says link is Up16:23
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, check auth log and dpkg log16:23
OerHeksboth are in the log util16:23
ioriayancho,  in ifconfig you can see the ip assigned ?16:24
yanchoioria: no obviously .. dhcpdiscover times out16:24
yanchoioria: only dhcp for ipv616:24
ioriayancho,  where do you have that message , at boot ?16:25
yanchoioria: which msg?16:25
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, normal programs from software3center require root, that is oke, but if you installed stuff you downloaded yourself, or other tutorials with tricks, you better off reinstalling16:25
ioriayancho, dhcpdiscover times out16:25
juan_hi have a problen have been trying to update my xubuntu 14.04 but something is blocking everything16:25
juan_can anyone help16:25
yanchoioria: ldp fails and then if I do ifup I get dhcp discover .. then after 5 minutes just returns to prompt without any error16:26
ViciousLooRollSo u can't apt-get install with out root OerHeks?16:26
yanchoioria: shall i try to power off the machine and pass it another type of NIC?16:26
ViciousLooRollAnd you can run the programs as non root16:27
ViciousLooRollSo if I install vim as root16:27
ioriayancho,  do you have any problem at booting ?16:27
ViciousLooRollI can use it as a different user?16:27
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, yes, most programs can/should be run without root.16:27
ropohello, my 'downloads' folder jumped out of the list(Home, Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Videos, Trash) in nautilus how do i fix it? screenshot----> http://imgur.com/a/AwygG16:27
yanchoioria: just the LDP waiting for networking .. times up and then continues16:27
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, if you use vim *outside* your /home, you need root16:27
ViciousLooRollOerHeks , so install as root , use as normal user?16:27
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, correct16:28
DB2016Hi all16:28
michael_mbperasmus: I'm a long time linux user, although primarily remotely.  And I suppose it's due to these issues.16:28
michael_mbpI've not had one as a Desktop in almost 18 years.16:28
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DB2016hi guys, i brought a dedicated server today. would like to set it up for file transfer and map the dedicated server as my Network  Drive.16:28
DB2016any guides on this16:28
michael_mbpI'll try re-installing over my root partition and see.16:28
ViciousLooRollOk. But if I need to edit something outside of home I would use sudo vim OerHeks?16:28
michael_mbperasmus: so what do people do for drivers with lightdm at least?16:28
ioriayancho,  you can try to comment with a # auto eth0 in the interfces file,  and up the eth0 after16:29
michael_mbpor would say, gnome or other X window solutions work?16:29
ropohello, my 'downloads' folder jumped out of the list(Home, Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Videos, Trash) in nautilus how do i fix it? screenshot----> http://imgur.com/a/AwygG16:29
ropoPlease look at it16:29
yanchook ioria will do16:29
ViciousLooRollThanks man, glad I got that cleared up.16:29
ducasse!patience | ropo16:29
ubotturopo: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/16:29
yanchobtw I just restarted .. its LSB which is failing not as I said LDP16:30
DB2016kindly any advices thanks16:30
OerHeksViciousLooRoll, as you stated you did things as root, i thought your damage would be big :-)16:30
gvvgHi - I have a couple of problems 16.04 server install - USB wifi - shows up as wlxd85d4c87c80e -is there anyway to rename to wlan0?16:31
ioriayancho,  try (after commenting an reboot) dhclient eth016:31
ViciousLooRollOerHeks :) cheers for the help16:31
yanchoioria: during reboot: a start job is running for Raise network interfaces16:31
yanchoonce this finishes, i comment out auto eth016:32
ioriayancho,  ok16:32
ViciousLooRollOerHeks. Wait, so installing something while logged in as root and sudo apt-get install while as a normal user both install to the same place.16:32
ViciousLooRollThat's my last question :D16:32
ducasseViciousLooRoll: yes, but don't log in as root.16:33
ViciousLooRollDucasse basically never?16:33
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ducasseViciousLooRoll: no.16:34
ducasse!root | ViciousLooRoll16:34
ubottuViciousLooRoll: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo16:34
ioriayancho,   before the dhclient cmd,  you need sudo ifconfig eth0 up16:34
ViciousLooRollDucasse lol, until recently I have ssh'd into root for everything16:34
ViciousLooRollGood job I haven't done anything big.16:35
ducasseViciousLooRoll: don't, use sudo when you need root access.16:35
daxand turn off root logins over ssh, for god's sake16:35
daxthere's a reason it's off by default16:35
DB2016hi guys, i brought a dedicated server today. would like to set it up for file transfer and map the dedicated server as my Network  Drive.16:35
DB2016any guides on this16:35
ViciousLooRollDax how?16:35
mordofseems a package i need has been remove from the apt repos.. is there any way to check when/why that happened?16:36
daxViciousLooRoll: same way you turned it on in the first place, PermitRootLogin in sshd_config16:36
daxmordof: yes, it's in launchpad. which package?16:36
ViciousLooRollDax. I've always been able to, it's a digital ocean server.16:36
mordofdax: chef, ubuntu 14.0416:36
daxViciousLooRoll: ah. yeah, some of their defaults are on crack16:37
badcatalexI have been thinking of stwitching from the Linux Mint 18 Sarah distro to Ubuntu 16.0416:37
daxmordof: chef is in universe in 14.0416:37
ubottuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.16:37
mordofdax: hmmm.. i wonder if amazon took away the repo that has it in there16:38
mordofby default16:38
badcatalexWhat is lighter and faster? Linux Mint 18 Sarah or Ubuntu 16.04?16:38
mordofoh what.. this is a 12.04 box16:38
* mordof sighs16:39
ioria!info chef precise16:39
ubottuPackage chef does not exist in precise16:39
badcatalexWhat is lighter and faster? Linux Mint 18 Sarah or Ubuntu 16.04?16:39
mordofdax: didn't realize this box i'm rebuilding was so old - gonna upgrade it now, lol16:40
yanchoioria: still dhcpdiscover16:40
badcatalexI am on Linux Mint 18 and have been thinking of moving over to Ubuntu 16.04.1 LTS.16:41
ducasse!patience | badcatalex16:41
ubottubadcatalex: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or http://ubuntuforums.org or http://askubuntu.com/16:41
ioriayancho,   still the "a start job is running for Raise network interfaces" message at boot ?16:41
yanchoioria: oops I skipped the boot part .. doing it now16:42
yanchoioria: no .. the start job error no16:43
ioriayancho,   sudo ifconfig eth0 up16:43
yanchono errors nothing ioria16:44
ioriayancho,   dhclient eth016:44
yanchoioria: waiting for a response16:45
yancho... still waiting16:46
thumpbais there an equivalent sosreport tool for ubuntu to gather system info and logs?16:46
ioriayancho,   try with sudo, sudo dhclient -r   and sudo dhclient16:48
transhumanhi! I want to install the invidia .run driver for my video card on ubuntu 14.04 when I reboot into recovery mode and go to a root prompt netowrking isnt available. If I try init 3 or init 2 the keyboard is messed up and I cant log in..how do I get around this problem?16:48
yanchoioria: yeah i did dhclient with sudo .. now trying -r16:49
yanchoioria: -sudo dhclient -r eth0 no error16:50
ioriayancho,   again  sudo dhclient16:50
ioriayancho,   maybe restart the router16:51
yanchoioria: deleted the dhcp from the router16:52
ioriayancho,   meaning ?16:53
transhumanwhat did I miss whats your issue ioria16:53
michael_mbperasmus: lol tried a couple things, no luck. Meh.16:53
michael_mbpI'll leave it and re-install Ubuntu later.16:53
yanchoioria: the dhcp lease on the router16:53
daxdax89hey guys do you know any software for ubuntu i can make lessons with, that records screen, webcam or DSLR video connected via usb and audio?16:53
ioriatranshuman, yancho 's issue :-16:53
transhumansounds like a difficult one16:54
ducassedaxdax89: try kazam, maybe16:54
kittykittyanyone able to help me figure out how to properly calculate a processes' memory usage? I mean like how top and things do it. Is it just executable size in memory + variable data? And if so, which of those do i add to get an accurate reading?16:54
erasmusmichael_mbp I would.16:55
erasmusonce you install those drivers you cannot get rid of them16:55
erasmusanyone is free to tell me I'm wrong.16:56
yanchoioria: no luck by restarting the router too16:56
ioriayancho,  you can try to set up a static ip, to test if it's working16:56
transhumandid you try pmap -d PID16:56
ioriayancho,  and check syslog and dmesg16:56
transhumananyone have any idea on my issue16:57
kittykittytranshuman, im actually doing this with C and the procps header. It has a few memory hooks per process. Not sure what to do with them lol. Theres like, 0 documentation for the entire lib16:57
kittykittyi think it returns # pages but how big is a page?16:58
transhumanah your more advanced than I kittykitty I wish I was a C programmer. I can read the crap but I cant right it...slightly retarded in that respect16:58
kittykittyalso, my calculation for total memory used by the system is WAY different to that of gnome-system-monitor16:58
kittykittyaw transhuman16:58
transhumanI have like 10 projects that I could do and make lots of money if I had that skill16:59
kittykittywhat on earth is RSS memory?16:59
transhumanResident shared maybe?16:59
transhumanRSS amount of physical memory the application is using  CODE total amount of memory the process's executable code is using DATA - total amount of memory (kb) dedicated to a process's data and stack      pmap -x PID also includes a RSS column which is often quite useful to get idea where the RSS sum of a process (as observed e.g. via top comes from)17:00
yanchoioria: http://imgur.com/a/Dnd1z17:01
transhumansmem -t17:01
transhumansmem -tw17:01
transhumansmem  --pie=name17:02
kittykittyhm transhuman, so maybe use RSS ?17:02
transhumanthat would be my guess but I am not sure17:02
kittykittyor maybe data+stack is more useful?17:04
ducassekittykitty: try ##linux, you'll have a much better chance of getting the info you need there17:04
transhumananyone able to tell me how I fix my issue. I cant use networking in root recovery mode the network isnt there and sudo /etc/init.d/networking start has no effect only lo interface exists. Think its an init run level problem but init 2 or init 3 causes keyboard to mess up17:07
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geniijosh___: You've arrived in the Ubuntu support channel, if you have a question regarding your Ubuntu, just ask it and someone may take up an answer17:11
gb_mksHi, can someone tell me how to solve this bug? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/schroot/+bug/139856917:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1398569 in schroot (Ubuntu) "overlayfs: handle v3.18 overlay union type" [Medium,Fix released]17:14
yanchoioria: static ip works and pings17:14
ioriayancho, good17:15
yanchotried to revert changes .. ie back to dhcp .. no luck17:16
ioriayancho, you said it's a VM ?17:18
gb_mkscan someone help with this bug? https://titanpad.com/bug13856917:18
ioriayancho, maybe the issue is there... some settings, i don't use it a lot17:19
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ducassegb_mks: seems the best solution now is to upgrade to 16.04 or nag the developers to provide a fix for 14.0417:20
gb_mksI can´t upgrade, because I´m using triquel 7.017:20
gb_mksand version 8.0 is not available17:20
yanchohmmm but its definitely related to the upgrade ioria17:20
ducassegb_mks: triquel is not supported here17:21
ioriayancho,  what upgrade ?17:21
yanchofrom 15.10 to 16.0417:21
ristokIs it possible to...  I have terminal with 8 tabs normally, and multiple terminals to fill the screen.  Terminal tabs are filenames.  8 tabs, will shrink the tabs to only show some letters from the beginning of the filename.  I would like, that when I hover the cursor over a tab, it will resize to show the fullname, the other tabs will shrink to give space for the one under hover.  Is there a way to do this?17:22
ristokOr some other way, with similar results?17:22
gb_mkstrisquel 7.0 is Ubuntu 14.04 without the privative blobs ... it happens the same in ubuntu 14.04 (you can read it in the bug description)17:22
ristokOr some instant tooltip when hovered.17:23
ducassegb_mks: still, not supported here17:23
transhumangb_mks, according to that link  schroot - 1.6.10-1ubuntu117:23
transhumanfixes the issue17:24
transhumandid you try compiling schroot from source...just curious..no expert here17:24
gb_mksyes but Ubuntu 14.04 still have the schroot 1.6.8-1ubuntu1 version17:24
gb_mksI tried to install the 1.6.10-1ubuntu1 package and dependencies, but it isn´t the way to go17:25
transhumandid you check and see if backports has it? Or is that debian only guess thats debian scratch that17:25
transhumanwhat about a different version in universe repository17:26
daxthere's only one version of a package in a given ubuntu release, universe doesn't carry upgraded versions17:26
transhumandont keep it enabled too long though for sure17:27
daxubuntu has backports, they're just not widespread17:27
transhumanah good to know17:27
daxand i don't see one for schroot17:28
transhumanwhat about finding the patch and applying it to the current version source and making a package out of it and installing it?17:28
ducassewhat he needs is an sru, but the developers are probably not going to listen to a request from him as he is running a different distro17:29
transhumanah ok17:30
transhumancurious whats an sru?17:30
gb_mkstranshuman: I tried the backport option but nothing17:30
ubottuStable Release Update information is at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates17:30
XanoI am trying to install openjdk which tells me I must disable Secure Boot. While I have no reason to distrust the package, I decided to read up on what Secure Boot does exactly, and what would be the consequences of disabling it. I did not end up finding good reasons to have it enabled myself, and I was wondering if the friendly people in this channel could give me any.17:30
gb_mksit happens when there should be software updated in a stable release... the whole process is explained there17:30
transhumanthe diff applied in the patch must exist someonewhere doesnt anyone know where to find it? it was made by linux himself wasnt it/17:31
transhumanmaybe on kernel.org?17:31
gb_mksit looks that it affects everyone with Ubuntu 14.0417:32
transhumangb_mks which disto you running17:33
gb_mkstrisquel 7.0 (it´s ubuntu 14.04 without the privative blobs)17:33
hammer25hey guys, I'm trying to install lubuntu using crouton on my chromebook. As I understand it, the only difference between ubuntu and lubuntu is the desktop (unity vs lxde) and the applications it comes with?17:33
transhumannever heard of it17:33
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ducassegb_mks: the right place to ask would be #trisquel or #trisquel-dev17:34
PiciXano: I'm going to regret asking this, but why do you think that openjdk requires secure boot?17:34
gb_mksducasse: not really, as it is a problem in schroot ...17:34
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ducassegb_mks: yes, but talk to _your_ distro's people about it.17:35
gb_mkstrnshuman: check this list: www.gnu.org/distros/free-distros.html17:35
XanoPici, In fact, I am the one to regret asking a question. apt-install install told me "dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.", which I did, and *that* gave me instructions to disable Secure Boot (which I denied, after which apt-get install worked fine again).17:36
gb_mksducasse: that is not logical,  if there is a problem in the kernel of a distro, would you talk to the people that makes the distro or the ones that make the kernel?17:36
PiciXano: so.. everything is fine now?17:36
visuallyHi I'm using Compiz setting manager to help with zoom, but I want to know how to use a key, plus mouse scroll to zoom17:37
visuallylike the Mac.17:37
XanoPici, It seems so, yes. I cannot tell how the problems with the original apt-get install were solved, but they were.17:37
PiciXano: huzzah!17:37
visuallywith the mac I can set the alt key and scroll up/down to zoom in/out. I would like this same feature with Ubuntu17:37
XanoPici, So I did have a problem, but didn't read properly and asked the wrong question. Yet the problem was solved ;-)17:37
visuallyI'm using CompizConfigSettingsManager17:37
ducassegb_mks: i would file an ubuntu bug.17:38
gb_mksducasse: there is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/schroot/+bug/139856917:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1398569 in schroot (Ubuntu) "overlayfs: handle v3.18 overlay union type" [Medium,Fix released]17:38
ducassegb_mks: yes, it was fixed in vivid iirc17:38
gb_mksthey fixed it for vivid, but they havent´s solved it for ubuntu 14.0417:39
ducassegb_mks: correct.17:39
gb_mksas you can see in the messages below17:40
daxso create a debdiff for a trusty sru or find someone to do it, neither of which are #ubuntu support issues17:41
gb_mksdax: I asked in ubuntu-bugs and ubuntu-touch ... but it looks that neither are the correct place to ask. Where I can ask for the debdif and stable release update (SRU)?17:42
ducassegb_mks: try the launchpad bug, maybe you get lucky.17:43
gb_mksducasse: thanks, but I don´t want to triplecate it (there are two of those https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/schroot/+bug/1398569 and  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/schroot/+bug/1478684)  ... they even have part of the solution17:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1398569 in schroot (Ubuntu) "overlayfs: handle v3.18 overlay union type" [Medium,Fix released]17:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1398569 in schroot (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1478684 overlayfs: handle v3.18 overlay union type" [Medium,Fix released]17:44
visuallyfigured it out!17:45
visuallythanks for the help... not17:45
ducassegb_mks: just add a comment on one of them, there isn't anything else you can do.17:45
daxgb_mks: the SRU team is #ubuntu-release, general devel stuff is #ubuntu-devel, general universe stuff is #ubuntu-motu. not sure which.17:45
daxducasse: there's already a comment there on the first bug linked, didn't get any traction because nobody's done the work to get a debdiff17:45
gb_mksdax: many many thanks :D17:45
gb_mksyes, that´s the point, I´m looking for someone with the knowledge to do it and I might help to learn as much as I can17:46
yanchoapache2: Syntax error on line 140 of /etc/apache2/apache2.conf: Syntax error on line 2 of /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/php7.0.load: Cannot load /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp7.0.so into server: /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp7.0.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory <--- before upgrading 15.10 to 16.04 apache2 was working .. now this error .. any idea from where to start fixing please?17:48
nuit_What are the benefits of switching to Ubuntu from os x17:48
MonkeyDustnuit_  it's free17:50
MonkeyDustnuit_  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SwitchingToUbuntu/FromMacOSX17:52
Blue1I am having a problem with snap on my xubuntu 16.04 system - /dev/loop2      128K  128K     0 100% /snap/hello-world/27  how do I fix this out of space thing?17:54
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ducasseBlue1: that is not a problem, snaps work that way17:57
Blue1ducasse: so I can ignore it then?17:57
ducasseBlue1: yes, it's a read-only loop device - you're not supposed to write to it17:57
Blue1ducasse: thank you17:59
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LordDragonhey all18:22
nuit_Using Linux promotes ill health and poor social skills18:23
LordDragoni want to install the latest 16.04.1 LTS on my little VPS. but i need a minimal install. i only have 256mb ram and 8GB of disk space. is there a way to use the normal install ISO to specify an appropriate install for those constraints?18:24
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bekksLordDragon: When not using the kernel provided by your hoster, you will break your VPS.18:32
k1l_LordDragon: most times the hoster provides images for that.18:33
LordDragonhmm. well it seems in their premade images, there is 16.04 Server 64 bit, but not 16.04.`. would i be able to upgrade to .1 after the fresh install of 16.04 and still have it work?18:34
bekksLordDragon: So install 16.04 from your host, then run "sudo apt update; sudo apt full-upgrade;". Done.18:34
k1l_LordDragon: the .1 is like a servicepack. so if you install all updates you will have the .1 already18:35
LordDragonokie. sounds good :) thank you. the "Server" version is the one i want right? im assuming it leaves out xorg ?18:35
k1l_LordDragon: yeah18:35
LordDragondont suppose you know off hand how much space server edition requires after fresh install?18:36
k1l_LordDragon: that depends on the changes the hoster made. and what services do run.18:36
LordDragonhmm k18:36
goluwhat the hell is going on18:37
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goluhey can anyone help  me?actually my eclipse is not working on ubuntu18:37
bekksgolu: Works for me. Whats the issue on your side?18:37
goluwhen i am creating aclass its hangs18:38
golubekks any solution18:38
bekksgolu: So did you check the logs of eclipse?18:39
goluya i have created as ubuntu fore=ms said18:40
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xaviorhi, i am using ubuntu 12.04, how can i update the native firefox to it's most resent version18:48
k1l_!info firefox precise18:49
ubottufirefox (source: firefox): Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla. In component main, is optional. Version 48.0+build2-0ubuntu0.12.04.1 (precise), package size 52999 kB, installed size 102313 kB18:49
k1l_!info firefox18:49
ubottufirefox (source: firefox): Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla. In component main, is optional. Version 48.0+build2-0ubuntu0.16.04.1 (xenial), package size 46759 kB, installed size 110731 kB18:49
k1l_xavior: its the same as on the most recent 16.0418:50
xaviori used the package manager and update it but not to the recent version18:54
k1l_xavior: what version do you have there?18:54
k1l_xavior: please run "apt-cache policy firefox | nc termbin.com 9999" and show the output url here.18:57
k1l_xavior: you are using ubutnu 12.10 which is dead since april 2014.18:58
k1l_xavior: why?18:59
bekksxavior: and you get the latest updates that where available for 12.10 when it was alive.18:59
k1l_xavior: please reinstall a actual supported ubuntu (12.04, 14.04 or 16.04)18:59
k1l_and if you dont like to upgrade to a new ubuntu, then stay on that LTS release. they do have 5 years support.19:00
xaviori have to update my ubuntu to update firefox to the recent version19:00
bekksxavior: No, you have to update your ubuntu because you are using an unsupported release.19:01
xavioris there any other way?19:01
k1l_xavior: your ubuntu is dead. its like using windows 97.19:01
bekksxavior: No.19:01
xaviorthat much?19:01
bekksxavior: that much what?19:01
k1l_xavior: as i said: actual supported ubuntus are 12.04, 14.04 and 16.04 at the moment. all of them do have the latest firefox19:02
xaviorthat much is old?19:02
bekksxavior: Yes. Unsupported since 2014.19:02
xaviorok i have 12.0419:02
bekksxavior: you have 12.1019:02
bekksxavior: you pasted that information yourself.19:02
k1l_xavior: you dont. you have 12.10 not 12.0419:03
xaviori mean that i have 12.0419:03
bekksxavior: You dont have 12.04, you have 12.10.19:03
k1l_xavior: no. you changed your repos to the old-relases of 12.1019:03
xavioras iso file19:03
xavioryes i had19:03
k1l_xavior: "lsb_release -a" will tell you what ubuntu version your system is19:03
bekksxavior: So burn that file to a cd/dvd, and reinstall your box.19:03
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xavioris that version is supported until now19:04
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k1l_xavior: 12.04, 14.04 and 16.04 are supported now19:05
k1l_your 12.10 is not supported since april 201419:05
xaviorok thank you19:05
xaviorone more thing19:06
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xaviori have my all packages of this version of  ubuntu 12.10 backed up can i use then in the ubuntu 12.04?19:08
k1l_no. you cant mix the versions19:08
dragonhamhey guys. so im being told by my VPS provider that the 16.04 Server installer sometimes has issues with 256MB of ram. they are suggesting I use the netboot version instead and install the packages manually. I don't suppose there is a list somewhere of what packages ill need to get me up to the Server version?19:10
dragonhamive never done a manual install of ubuntu before19:10
dragonhami dont know what all packages id need19:10
xaviorok, is that's mean that i have to re-download them all? or try to split what i can reuse?19:10
k1l_dragonham: if you install the metapackages like apache and the stuff you want it will pull the depencies with it.19:11
k1l_xavior: you cant reuse them. the 12.10 packages have the wrong versions and have depencies you cant solve on other ubuntu versions.19:12
dragonhamk1l_: right. but im more worried about the essentials. like having everything for configuring, compiling etc. having the right headers. sshd server for remote access etc etc. im sure there are dozens of ones i need that i cant even think of19:13
bekksdragonham: All packages you named are installed with a single line :)19:13
k1l_dragonham: the netinstaller asks you what package-groups you want to install. like ssh, lamp, ....19:14
shakermakerhi yall19:16
dragonhambekks: and what is that magical line? :P19:16
bekksdragonham: sudo apt-get install build-essentials linux-headers-$(uname -r) openssh-server19:17
dragonhamk1l_: see. I don't even know what lamp is. i wouldnt know what I need even if its staring me in the face :P19:17
bekksdragonham: if you dont know what lamp is, you dont need it ;)19:18
dragonhamfair enough19:18
ioria dragonham Linux Apache Mysql Php19:18
ioria dragonham lamp19:18
dragonhambekks: after installing those packages, is there any configuration i need to do? i remember when i did the "Server" version everything was basically preset up19:19
bekksdragonham: So the answer is "No" :)19:19
dragonhamioria: do i need mysql, php, etc if im not running a webserver?19:19
ioria dragonham nope19:20
k1l_dragonham: that is the point: we dont know what you need to run on that server. so you only can know what to install.19:20
ioria dragonham btw, i'm running 16.04 server with 256 mb19:20
dikiaapIs 16.04 still support with fglrx driver?19:21
k1l_dikiaap: no. amd stopped making fglrx for the recent xorg version19:21
dikiaapOh k. Any alternative?19:22
dragonhamioria: yeah. when i boot off the 16.04 server image, after selecting the US keyboard layout, i get an error19:22
dragonham"failed to load installer component. Loading apt-cdrom-setup failed for unknown reasons. Aborting"19:22
k1l_dikiaap: radeon. and amd supports now the amd_gpu kernel driver for new cards as exchange for fglrx19:22
ioria dragonham oh19:23
bekksdragonham: the server image from your hoster?19:23
dragonhamioria: yep19:23
dragonhambekks: yep19:23
bekksdragonham: then you need to contact your hoster.19:23
dragonhamand when i contacted my VPS provider, they said that there are issues witht he installer when only having 256MB19:24
dikiaapk1l_: thx for the info buddy19:24
bekksdragonham: So how much RAM do you have?19:24
bekksdragonham: Then you need more :P19:24
dragonhambekks: you'll pay the extra fee per month right? :P19:25
bekksdragonham: Why would I, its your VPS :P19:25
dragonhamthis is a good questin though. am i gonna run into memory problems running newer ubuntu versions like 16.04?19:25
bekksdragonham: you already did.19:25
dragonhamive been running 14.04.3 for a long time19:25
bekksdragonham: So why dont you run 14.04 untol 2019?19:26
dragonhambekks: hmm. reasons..19:26
bekksdragonham: Which reasons?19:26
dragonhamsuch as. "its newer and moar better"19:26
dragonhami got nothing man :( i just wanted to update to the latest. lol19:26
dax16.04 is not notably more memory-intensive than 14.04, on my VPS and server19:26
bekksdragonham: You dont even know which software you need - so which software is "newer" then? :)19:26
daxand last i read the requirements for the server installer included 192MB of RAM, so 256 should be fine...19:27
dragonhambekks: well the reason i have such little diskspace and ram, is cuz its all i need. i run 3 things so far. a few eggdrops, a znc, and sometimes a shoutcast server19:27
bekksdragonham: And why dont you continue to use 14.04 then? :)19:27
daxfendo59: try /quit19:28
dragonhambekks: because 16.04 minus 14.04 is 2.0. thats like TWO things im missing19:28
bekksdragonham: And why do you think that to be relevant at all?19:28
dragonhamok ok. i have no real good reason. i just wanted to update to the latest version and do a fresh install of the OS. after the initial install like 3 years ago, all ive done is in place upgrades. and sometimes i get buggy things like /boot getting full of kernels that i dont need, etc19:30
bekksdragonham: So delete old kernel packages. Done.19:30
ioria dragonham autoremove ?19:30
ioria dragonham i mean sudo apt-get autoremove19:31
dragonhamioria / bekks. yeah and thats what i end up doing every so often. autoremove and/or manually deleting things that get left behind19:31
dragonhamit'd be nice to not have to do that and have it only keep the last couple kernel versions19:31
mbwewell dragonham one good anwer would be i want to de the upgrade so that i could learn how to do system upgrades.19:32
dragonhami thought it was a bug honestly. i dont remember desktop installs of ubuntu getting full /boot19:32
othmanesudo -i19:32
bekksdragonham: Hire a system admin if you dont want to do that job yourself. Thats "normal" when being the system admin.19:32
dragonhamsee! look what mbwe said. i knew there was SOME reason :D19:32
ioria dragonham  you don't know (for sure) if the new kernel will work, so it's up to you remove the previous19:32
bekksdragonham: An invalid reason. Laziness is not a valid reason. :P19:32
mbwewell, but bekks is right in that you don't fix what is not broken19:32
dragonhamok. well u guys are right. i mean i saw on the wiki that that end of life of 14.04.3 was 2016. but if you are saying 2019, i got plenty of time19:33
tete_hi, i would like to update to 16.10 alpha, but do-release-upgrade -d tells me there is no update - can someone tell me why?19:33
mbwethe lts have a 5 year support cycle dragonham19:34
bekksdragonham: You did not see that on the wiki, since thats not true.19:34
ioria dragonham  all the enabl stack ended this month, aparte xenial19:34
bekksothmane: Stop sending me unwanted DCC requests.19:34
othmanebekks sorry19:34
othmaneit's not by me19:34
mbweso 14.04 is an LTS  version19:34
bekksothmane: It was by you. Just stop it. Thank you.19:35
othmaneit was from my pc but not by me19:35
mbweon the server you have 5 year support on the lts version and on the desktop its 3 dragonham19:35
dragonhambekks / ioria ok so only a certain feature of 14.04.3 is expiring?19:35
bekksdragonham: No.19:35
ioriadragonham  if you are on trusty with a kernel under 4.4 you need to upgrade or install the enabl stack of xenial19:35
bekksdragonham: 14.04 is supported until 2019.19:36
milestone234microsoft wants to do all updates now with a single patch even on previous window versions ...19:36
ioriadragonham  with the execption of 1319:36
milestone234I maybe switching over to linux for my main OS sooner than I thought. microsoft seems to be going crazy19:37
dragonhamioria:  3.13.0-93-generic19:38
dragonhamthats what i have right now19:38
othmanelol ?19:38
ioriadragonham  it's ok19:38
Gr33nM4ni was reading an article that suggested that microsoft was slowly making steam unworkable19:38
k1l_3.13 is the original 14.04 kernel19:38
k1l_!ot | Gr33nM4n milestone23419:38
ubottuGr33nM4n milestone234: #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!19:38
tete_i would like to upgrade from 16.04 to 16.10 alpha, do-release-upgrade -d says no new release found - anyone an idea why?19:39
dragonhamk1l_: ok so i want to update that then?19:39
OerHekstete_, not sure, reask in #ubuntu+119:39
othmanewait !19:39
tete_OerHeks, thanks19:39
ioriadragonham  it's the old kernel, but you'll have updates19:39
k1l_dragonham: you dont need to update that.19:40
k1l_dragonham: the 3.13 kernel still gets security and bugfix updates from ubuntu.19:40
dragonhamwould updating to the latest kernel require recompile of things like eggdrop, znc, shoutcast?19:40
bekksdragonham: No.19:40
k1l_dragonham: its like having a 2 years old car that works. you can get a new one, but you dont need to get a new one.19:40
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dragonhamok. well i can at least upgrade from 14.04.3 to 14.04.4 right?19:41
k1l_dragonham: sure19:41
k1l_dragonham: the .3 and .4 are "point releases". they are like the "service packs" from windows. so if you run all updates you get to 14.04.4 automatically19:42
dragonhamk1l_: according to lsb_release -a19:42
dragonhamDescription:    Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS19:42
k1l_dragonham: "sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade"19:43
dragonhamthere it goes19:43
dragonhamone day i will understand what every single line of this process means ;)19:44
k1l_does it update packages?19:45
Gr33nM4n /msg ubottu !register19:45
dragonhamseems so. it was unpacking python and such19:45
k1l_so, you were not even fully updated there19:45
dragonhamyeah its been a bit19:45
KoddaI want to add user19:46
Koddaadduser username sudo --quiet19:46
k1l_well, then all that talk about upgrades and pointreleases were just theoretical? :)19:46
KoddaI get error: adduser: The user `username' does not exist.19:46
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k1l_Kodda: use an actual user that exists on your system.19:46
KoddaBut do I get that error when I want to add user?19:46
k1l_Kodda: replace "username" with the actual user19:47
KoddaWell, I thought adduser is for adding new user.19:47
dragonhamthank you VERY much k1l_ and ioria and bekks for educating me a bit today19:47
dragonhami cant seem to get rid of initrd.img-3.13.0-57-generic in /boot though19:48
dragonhamits been stuck in there forever19:48
ioriadragonham  no prob19:48
bekksdragonham: how do you try to get rid if it?19:48
ce7does anyone can jelp me?19:48
bekksce7: How do we know without an actual question?19:48
_adb!ask | ce719:48
ubottuce7: 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 !patience19:48
dragonhambekks: when i was cleaning it out, i had looked up a command that i cant remember off thet op of my head. it worked on everything else but that one wouldnt remove19:48
bekksdragonham: How do you "clean out", exactly?19:49
k1l_dragonham: "ls -al /boot | nc termbin.com 9999" and "dpkg -l | grep linux-image | nc termbin.com 9999" run that both lines and post that output urls here19:49
ce7actually i am having problem with screen resolution. I just installed ubuntu mate and my screen resolution are working just on 800x600 terrible! Os do not let me change it, give me just this option.19:50
bekksce7: And which graphics card do you have?19:50
ce7let me check just a sec19:50
_adbce7: lspci | grep -i vga19:51
dragonhamthere you go k1l_19:51
poopBothow to check if i have jdk installed?19:51
ioriadragonham  no linux-image-3.13.0-57-generic19:51
k1l_dragonham: what is the output of "uname -a"?19:51
dragonhamLinux dragonbytes 3.13.0-93-generic #140-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jul 18 21:21:05 UTC 2016 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux19:52
_adbpoopBot: dpkg -l '*-jdk'19:52
dragonhamioria: yeah when i was deleting all kernel images, it removed part of 57, but that file got left behind19:52
Guest91160ce7, go to System><Administration>Software&Updates and there will be tab "Additional drivers", so you can try install some video drivers19:52
poopBotnone non enone none19:52
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ioriadragonham   sudo apt-get purge linux-image-3.13.0-57-generic    what it says ?19:53
k1l_dragonham: maybe that is for the the recovery system from the hoster19:53
* dragonham raises his wand and shouts PROTEGO back at alazare619 19:53
ce7I have triyed it but didnt work19:53
bekksce7: Define "didnt work" please.19:53
poopBotlol on ubuntu its called default-jdk19:54
bekksce7: which graphics card do you have?19:54
bekks!info default-jdk19:54
ce7i tried to add a new driver, no success unfortunately19:54
ubottudefault-jdk (source: java-common (0.56ubuntu2)): Standard Java or Java compatible Development Kit. In component main, is optional. Version 2:1.8-56ubuntu2 (xenial), package size 0 kB, installed size 6 kB19:54
* alazare619 cast Imperio at dragonham19:54
* alazare619 forces dragonham to /part while under the affects of Imperio19:54
bekksce7: And which graphics card do you have...? When will you answer that?19:55
* dragonham ducks and shouts STUPIFY at alazare619 19:55
Guest91160ce7, ubuntu mate on rea PC or on virtualized?19:55
dragonhamioria: it seems like its working19:55
dragonhamits gonna remove 88 and 91 too19:55
ioriadragonham,   expecto patronum19:56
k1ldragonham: alazare619 please keep this channel support only19:56
ce7its installed on HD19:56
dragonhamioria: hey im not a dementor :P19:56
dragonhamokie. sorry. just a little humor :)19:56
bekksce7: can you read me?19:57
ce7yes bekks19:57
bekksce7: Why are you ignoring my question then, constantly?19:57
ce7i am an attempt to find it19:57
ce7i am a nwe Linux user19:57
dragonhamioria: k1l19:57
OerHekslspci | grep VGA19:57
dragonhamit says its gonna be removed but an ls shows its still there in /boot19:58
Guest91160ce7, open mate terminal and  lspci | grep VGA19:58
dragonhamperhaps i need a reboot to finalize the removal?19:58
ioriadragonham,   no, that is autoremove19:58
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Guest91160ce7, it is in Applications>System tools19:59
dragonhamioria: you can see the command i typed. it was just what you said19:59
ce7 Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS] 771/671 PCIE VGA Display Adapter (rev 10)19:59
ce7tks Guest9116020:00
ce7there it is bekks20:00
bekksce7: thats one of the most horrible chipsets out there.20:00
ioriadragonham,   that cmd purge your half-removed kernel 3.13.0-57, the rest id about autoremove20:00
bekksce7: you can be glad to have 800x600 working.20:00
ce7but at pen drive boot, it works on 1024x76820:00
ce7the big deal is, when i use it on HD20:01
ioriadragonham,   you can run it, if you want, you'll gain space20:01
bekksce7: so check the driver in use, at pen drive boot.20:01
KoddaHow can I use "adduser -q" with setting a password ?20:01
ioriadragonham,   it'll  remove also the 91 kernel and old headres20:02
ovrflw0xOn HP Envy 14 beats audio laptop volume of speakers is too low how to increase it?20:02
dragonhamioria: ok. well after your command and my autoremove, i have two kernels. 92 and 93. BUT initrd.img-3.13.0-57-generic is STILL there20:02
ioriadragonham,   really ?20:02
dragonhamioria: yep20:02
bekksdragonham: And whats the big deal in manually removing that file?20:03
ioriadragonham,   rebooted ?20:03
dragonhamioria: yep20:03
ovrflw0xOn HP Envy 14 (2010 model) beats audio laptop volume of speakers is too low how to increase it?20:03
bekksioria: No need for rebooting.20:03
ioriadragonham,   odd20:03
dragonhambekks: nothing, provided it wont break anything20:03
bekksdragonham: It will not break anything.20:03
bekksdragonham: you arent using that file.20:03
_adbkodda: from man adduser: "The --disabled-password option will not set a  password,  but  login  is  still possible (for example with SSH RSA keys)."20:03
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dragonhambekks: permission denied20:04
dragonhamwell that was dumb20:04
bekksdragonham: you are trying to remove that file using which user?20:04
dragonhamsorry. forgot the sudo20:04
Guest91160ovrflw0x, what distro are you using?20:04
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dragonhamokie. all gone. thanks bekks. i just didnt know enough about what the files in /boot did to feel comfy just manually removing files20:05
ovrflw0xGuest91160, ubuntu 14.0420:05
ovrflw0xGuest91160, ubuntu 16.0420:05
othmaneGuys can anyone tell me what is the best mp3tag alternative for linux ?20:05
bekksothmane: easytag or picard.20:06
othmanebekks they let me add cover photo on music ?20:06
bekksothmane: sure.20:06
othmaneThank you ! :)20:06
ovrflw0xwat to do Guest9116020:06
Guest91160ovrflw0x, you can try increase sound in sound mixer, or use alsamixer in terminal20:06
OerHeksovrflw0x, clementine got a build-in equalizer20:08
ovrflw0xOerHeks, ?20:08
Guest91160ovrflw0x, just try to right click on sound icon in tray and there choose sound settings20:08
ovrflw0xGuest91160, i did all that no dice20:09
OerHeksovrflw0x, that might polish your flat sound20:09
ovrflw0xi don't want polish i want real loud sound OerHeks20:09
Guest91160ovrflw0x, maybe your speaker need some propietary codec (that available only on windows) ?20:10
LordDragonok. its dragonham here20:10
LordDragonback on the znc20:10
LordDragonthanks again bekks and everyone else20:10
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ovrflw0xGuest91160, wat do you mean? it is beatsaudio20:11
ovrflw0xGuest91160, wat to do?20:12
Guest91160ovrflw0x, on my Hp laptop with "crystal sound" or something like this in linux sound is not so loud as in windows, because no sound codec available for this "crystal sound" on linux, because it is propietary and only for windows20:12
Guest91160maybe with beats audio same situation20:13
othmaneeasytag works great !20:14
wish^Anyone here used KDE Neon?20:15
OerHeksi thought beats audio was recognised by now, you need hda-jack-retask from alsa-tools see http://askubuntu.com/a/802247 and after reading this recent 16.04 post,, read whole article :-)20:17
OerHeksovrflw0x ^^20:17
daxwish^: yep. #kde-neon is probably a better place for discussing it, though20:17
daxwish^: since it's not an official ubuntu/kubuntu flavor20:17
Guest91160dax, not an official ubuntu flavor?20:20
OerHeksKubuntu is, but Neon not (yet)20:21
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daxubottu: flavor20:22
ubottuRecognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. The current list is: !Edubuntu, !Ubuntu-GNOME, !Kubuntu, Ubuntu !Kylin, !Lubuntu, !Mythbuntu, Ubuntu !Studio, !Xubuntu, and Ubuntu !MATE20:22
wish^Is kubuntu with an earlier version of kde?20:22
OerHeksplasma is current.20:22
daxwish^: kubuntu is a version or two behind because the new version of Qt affects a lot of other software in the Ubuntu repositories20:23
Guest91160dax, sorry, dont understand your words, now roger that)20:23
daxso all of the planning for that has been... fun20:23
bekkswish^: kubuntu is ubuntu shipping with KDE instead of Unity.20:23
brianwCan anyone help me with authenticating to AD on 16.04 Server? I followed this; https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/sssd-ad.html . I am able to su to an AD user only from the root user. I get su: System error otherwise. I also cannot SSH to the Ubuntu server using an AD user, stating pam preauth stopped it.20:23
daxGuest91160: considering that i was talking to someone else, that's probably not a huge issue :)20:24
zteamHi all!20:31
othmaneguys how can I know what my kids do in their phones using backbox distro ?20:32
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bekks!backbox | othmane20:32
ubottuothmane: Backbox Linux is not a supported derivative of Ubuntu and is thus not supported in #ubuntu. Please use #backbox on irc.autistici.org or https://forum.backbox.org/ for help with it.20:32
othmaneokey what about with ubuntu 16.04 ? is there any possiblity ?20:33
BlogCore07vmGood evening all , could i distract you all 1 moment from all your glorious conquests for a (probably) pretty easy to solve issue , im having a tiny issue with my mysql db's. I tried purging , reinstalling , re-running mysql_secure_installation , manually setting a new root password , but every single time it just will not allow me to login :(20:33
bekksothmane: you are running Backbox, not Ubuntu.20:34
othmanebekks yes i know if backbox not supported i will install ubuntu 16.04 but before that are you sure there is a possiblity ?20:34
bekksothmane: Thats a question not relevant to Ubuntu, but relevant to the OS running on their phones.20:35
bekksothmane: So ask an Android channel.20:36
othmanei will thank you20:36
YankDownUnderBlogCore07vm: Have you tried using a blank password or your normal user password? BTW, you can also ask in #mysql20:36
BlogCore07vmoh thanks for the heads up ! :) , yes i tried blank pass,  even tried a normal simple 3 letter pw (old skool hackers 1995 , "god") XD20:37
BlogCore07vmi think it has to do with : [Warning] 'user' entry 'root@localhost' has both a password and an authentication plugin specified. The password will be ignored.20:37
BlogCore07vmthink my phpmyadmin installation went a bit bizarro20:37
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YankDownUnderBlogCore07vm: As well as asking in #mysql, you can also check in #ubuntu-server => probably more in-tune to the topic of the question20:38
BlogCore07vmprobably yeh :)20:38
BlogCore07vmill go hop over there20:39
BlogCore07vmthank you kindly for you time !20:39
YankDownUnderBlogCore07vm: Peace and coffee20:39
paracusiahello again friends, im getting alot of this per second in dmesg: https://nopaste.me/view/741d8c07 - on google the last entry is from 2010... im not trying to compile brand new 4.7.1 vanilla kernel20:42
* paracusia is crossing fingers and hoping the best20:42
zteamIs US english still used for the password prompt on Ubuntu 16.04 if you do use fulldisk encryption or has this changed in recent versions?20:44
OerHeksparacusia, what processes are doing this, zombie perhaps? top  can show this20:46
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paracusiai cant see anything unusual, OerHeks20:47
paracusiaits brand new hardware and fresh 16.04 install, it happend right from the first  boot20:48
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OerHekswhat cpu is this? maybe intel-microcode or amd-microcode in the driver section is a proper update .. i don't see the cause of this, except that swapper part > http://stackoverflow.com/questions/464483/why-do-we-need-a-swapper-task-in-linux20:50
ubottuRecognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. The current list is: !Edubuntu, !Ubuntu-GNOME, !Kubuntu, Ubuntu !Kylin, !Lubuntu, !Mythbuntu, Ubuntu !Studio, !Xubuntu, and Ubuntu !MATE20:56
ubottuUbuntu GNOME is a supported !flavor of Ubuntu that uses !GNOME as the default desktop environment instead of Unity. For more info or to download, see http://www.ubuntugnome.org/ or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuGNOME/OneStopPage20:56
FuraiUh, Slack? No IRC?20:57
FuraiI guess I could set up gateway...20:57
FuraiIf they don't add me as guest.20:57
k1lFurai: #ubuntu-gnome ?20:59
Furaik1l, not they don't mention it on their official page.21:09
FuraiOk, found it on some sub wiki page.21:10
stongois there a way to change the location of where the deb files are saved when building kernel with `make deb-pkg`? I'd prefer they didn't get saved in ../21:12
bekksstongo: you could edit the Makefile.21:14
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stongobekks: yeah that's true. I looked through all the docs and it doesn't seem like there's any environment variable to control that by default21:15
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marcoagpintoguys?! Months ago I installed Ubuntu 16.04 in VMs21:32
marcoagpintoI noticed there is a 16.04.1 in the site21:32
marcoagpintodo I need to reinstall? Or will the "software updater" update automatically?21:32
k1ljust run the updates21:33
OerHekscat /etc/issue # this will tell what you have now321:33
OerHeksor  hostnamectl status21:34
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odroidmuss man das wissen21:38
traxxhi guys i need libmyodbc on my ubuntu installation21:39
traxxsadly it seems to be removed because its not compatible the new mysql version ?!?21:39
traxxany possible work arounds ?21:39
Seveastraxx: why do you need it?21:40
traxxfor asterisk realtime odbc connection21:40
traxxor is there another solution ?21:40
Seveasthere's an asterisk-mysql package. Might do the trick. Never used asterisk myself, but using odbc to talk to mysql from a linux system sounds quite weird when the native library works just fine.21:41
traxxthere was a native one but then the way to go should be odbc but sadly the documentation is really outdatet and i dont know if the native implemantion is useable again21:42
Seveasgiven that asterisk-mysql exists in the repos and an odbc version does not, I think it's time to try that one out :)21:43
traxxokay will try ;) thx21:44
traxxseems sadly not the way to go :(21:54
daxpavel796: what21:56
gamesterThe properties of a folder shows the total size of contents and number of items. However, if I go into the folder and select all the items in it and look at the properties for that selection instead, the number of items and total size is now higher. Why is that?21:59
gamesterThat's for some random, complex folders I have. Creating a simple demo however reveals the opposite, the size becomes smaller (makes sense) and the total items stay the same (makes sense).22:02
gamesterSo I don't know what's causing this22:02
Ben64gamester: impossible to tell from the information you provided. what does "du -hd0 folder" say22:03
gamesterBen64: It gives an even larger size than both the other ways.22:04
OerHeksgamester, the 'item .' and 'item ..' count too22:05
gamesterit just tells me the size22:05
Ben64well "du" is correct22:05
gamesterOerHeks: you mean I should call it for the sub contents and add up?22:06
OerHeksoh size, megabit or megabyte ... are there hidden items ?22:06
gamesterWell whatever Nautilus is doing is extremely unintuitive and there has to be some reason, incompetence not excluded.22:06
OerHeksctrl +h22:06
gamesterthere are, I'm including them when selecting all the contents and looking at size22:06
gamestercause they are in the folder22:07
OerHekssome ln to huge files?22:07
Ben64could be a bunch of things, impossible to tell22:07
gamesterok so now I see: clicking on folder properties and looking at size and number of items SKIPS the hidden files. WOW22:07
OerHekstweak your nautilus config, foldertree, hidden etc22:08
gamesterbtw I'm using folder because that appears to be the GUI term, but dir is more used on Linux, no?22:08
gamesterthe 'folder' word I meant to say22:09
amazoniantoadWhat is the eta on making the software center not slow? It still takes a long time for .debs to load22:09
lordcirthgamester, directories is the original term, Windows called it "folders" when they made a GUI file manager, iirc.22:10
_adbgamester: "directory" is what i always say,  but the two are essentially synonymous22:10
OerHeksfolder>folding, a gui term indeed22:10
k1lamazoniantoad: file a bug and see what the developers say about that22:10
daxthe folder metaphor is ridiculously older than Windows22:11
OerHeksamazoniantoad, depends on your location/mirror i guess22:11
daxdates back to Xerox PARC i think22:11
OerHeksdax right, my 1st email was on a mac.22:11
amazoniantoadk1l: Already a bug filed22:12
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glisignoliHello, I'm trying to run apt-get update through a reverse proxy (eg: apt.localdomain/ubuntu -> archive.ubuntu.com), but whenever I do the files that it downloads (Packages.xz) always end up in the /var/lib/apt/lists/partial directory, even though the md5 sum of the file is correct.22:16
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HoshiWas there any update for amdgpu drive?22:34
OerHekson the amd site, but carefull with that beta driver22:36
k1lsince the main part is in the kernel, a new kernel will bring updates22:37
V7Why Opera uses 1.2GB ram ?22:37
V7Am I right ?22:37
k1lV7: browsers use ram. and ram is there to be used.22:37
Hoshik1l thanks22:37
V7I'm looking at @"Virtual Memory"22:37
V7k1l: No tabs opened22:38
k1lV7: virtual memory is just preloaded stuff. its not actually used (like blocked from that program)22:38
V7How to see actually used ?22:39
k1lV7: where did you see "virtual memory"=22:39
V7k1l: So ... opera doesn't use 1.2 GB ... and she can use *ONLY* ... 1.2 GB ?22:39
V7k1l: System Monitor22:39
V7she -> it *22:40
k1lV7: no. its loading 1,2Gb in ram. to preload stuff for faster browsing and working. but if there is not 1,2GB free it will work with less than that22:40
EraExcuse me, I installed xubuntu on a new laptop today but the wifi drops a lot22:41
EraI know what the problem usually is, I have fixed it by installing a new driver before22:41
EraIt worked but then it drops22:42
Eraafter 20 mins or so22:42
gleblinkinWhat are you doing here?22:43
Eraneed wifi help22:43
gleblinkingo on22:43
V7k1l: Something uses a lot of ram22:43
szbEra, have you installed all the updates, meaning, are you on 16.04.1?22:43
V7idk what22:43
EraBasically, realtek wifi cards have shit compatibility with Linux drivers out of the box22:43
EraI am22:43
k1lV7: where is the issue?22:43
V72 ram just used after booting22:44
EraI installed the new driver that I install always on that card22:44
gleblinkinWhat is the chip in your card?22:44
EraIt worked for a few mins on the same configuration as my other machine22:44
k1lV7: where is the issue? ram not beeing used is waisted money. so programs and ubuntu tries to use as much ram as possible to preload stuff to make things work faster.22:44
EraRealtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8723BE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter22:44
EraIt drops after 20 mins tho22:45
Erajust refuses to work22:45
k1lV7: having 6Gb from 8GB not beeing used brings you what?22:45
V7I know ... but I need to minimaze it uses ...22:45
stochastixwhats the difference in touch support between ubuntu 16.01 and ubuntu touch?  It seems they both have touch support?22:45
Era"Device not ready"22:45
V7I have 8 GB22:45
V7On notebook ...22:45
Ben64V7: so whats the actual problem then22:45
k1lstochastix: ubuntu touch is the tablet and smartphone setup.22:45
V7So ... this *stuff* with these RAMS ... uses a lot of battery time22:45
k1lV7: wrong22:45
Ben64V7: no, that's not how that works22:45
gleblinkinI had the same issue with realtek22:46
k1lV7: ram uses the same ammount of batter no matter how much is used.22:46
gleblinkinit is just a shitty support of linux22:46
Erathe thing is22:46
Erathe same thing that works on my old machine22:46
Erathat has full 16.04.1 updates22:47
stochastixk1l: Noah on LAS installed 16.01 on a tablet, and it seemed to have really good touch support almost like it was setup for a tablet. Is it still different than ubuntu touch even?22:47
Eradoesnt work on the new machine22:47
Erawith the same card, the same updates22:47
k1lstochastix: touch support is seperated in hardware support (which is put into kernel and drivers). and then there are the desktops and programs beeing able to be used by touch. which still lacks  a lot in the desktop area22:47
k1lstochastix: yes. ubuntu touch uses unity8 and MIR as standard. instead of unity7 and xorg on the desktop22:48
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szbEra, can you try the command "rfkill unblock all" like a user with a similar problem suggested here: https://askubuntu.com/questions/462225/wifi-device-not-ready-but-it-isnt-hard-nor-soft-blocked22:48
V7But ... I saw that situation when on it (note) was used 6-7 GB it's battery have been used much Faster22:48
stochastixk1l:  is 16. a better touch experience at this time than ubuntu touch would you say? He seemed to have that opinion.22:49
k1lV7: that has nothing to do with the ram used.22:49
Eraszb, the guy had a switch problem22:49
Erahe literally turned off his wifi22:49
Erahardware wise22:49
EraIll try next time it happens22:50
V7So ... used RAM doesn't affect the battery ?22:50
szbEra, I know, but rfkill should enable wifi if it's disabled software-wise as well. Just a thought and a suggestion. :)22:50
Eracurrently Im on my old machine, new one just booted so net works for now22:50
k1lstochastix: you still got the wrong idea of ubuntu touch. in near future ubuntu touch will get merged with the ubuntu desktop. then you will have the "convergence". but now ubuntu-touch is working only on tablets and smartphones.22:50
k1lV7: it uses the same battery no matter how much of ram i used.22:50
k1lV7: it matter a lot more how much the cpu is used.22:51
daxV7: RAM in general doesn't affect the battery notably. CPU/wifi/screen tend to be more relevant for that22:51
stochastixk1l: I see, thanks.22:51
V7dax: k1l and Ben64 thx22:51
V7I thought ... actually ... different :D22:52
V7differently *22:52
EraOn another note I have another problem as well22:53
Erawhen the wifi does work on the laptop22:53
EraI ping google to test it, works fine, but whenever I try to visit any webpage, it has packet loss hell22:54
poopBothow to simple random list22:54
EraDoesnt happen on my old machine either so I assume its not my router22:54
V7Era: any page ?22:54
EraAny page22:54
poopBotprefebly whitout using System;22:54
V7Era ... speed test works ?22:54
V7Could you download file ?22:55
EraNothing does22:55
Eranot even google loads22:55
EraI can ping it fine if Im not doing anything on the internet22:55
Erabut otherwise not at all22:55
EraI also get extremely shit speeds when it does work22:55
EraSpeeds that I dont get on my old machine22:56
V740MB/s ?22:56
EraMy router speed is 120kBps22:56
EraI get around 5kBps on the new laptop22:56
Erafull 120kBps on the old one22:56
V7120 kBps ?!22:56
Eradrivers are the same22:56
Eraupdates are the same22:56
Erawhat's the problem22:56
V7One hundred twenty kBps ?!?!?22:57
EraYes, what about it?22:57
EraIt isnt such a big deal, this is the usual for India22:57
V7This is so fast ... as shit ... I can't imagine that speed22:57
EraI just want fucking net to work on this machine22:58
V7xubuntu ?22:58
Eraxubuntu yes22:58
Ben64chill with the language in here Era22:58
EraIm frustrated22:58
Ben64easy way to get it working is to buy a cheap usb wireless22:58
Ben64one that is supported22:58
EraI only have 2 ports, I cant lock one up for just a dongle22:59
Eraif I wanted to do that I could just as well use one of my phones as a wifi bx22:59
EraI guess Ill try other things than crying about it here23:00
V7Era: check this out ... http://askubuntu.com/questions/55597/cant-browse-the-internet-nor-ping-a-host-but-dig-works23:00
V7Maybe this ?23:00
swarfega_era you could get a urb hub23:00
EraDont have the money just yet23:00
swarfega_theyre cheap23:00
EraIll look into it but23:01
EraI bought a laptop for a reason23:01
swarfega_laptops never have enough ports23:01
V7Watch Mr. Robots movies, huh >:D ?23:01
EraI had use for 223:01
swarfega_i even bought a hub for my desktop23:01
n-iCeguys, any ida why changed the connections names? like wlan1 wlan0?23:01
V7swarfega_: ThinkPad does :23:01
V7Era: http://askubuntu.com/questions/55597/cant-browse-the-internet-nor-ping-a-host-but-dig-works23:01
swarfega_v7 how many23:02
n-iCenow I have one called, wlx00c0ca61c30e23:02
V7n-iCe: You can rename it23:02
EraOh I forgot23:02
EraI had to change DNS23:02
n-iCeV7: how?23:02
EraWould DNS changing fix my problem23:02
n-iCeV7: and make it default?23:02
EraI usually switch to google DNS but this time I forgot23:02
k1ln-iCe: its called predictable names and is a kernel standard since some time and ubuntu started to use that too23:02
n-iCek1l: used to be easy, wlan1 wlan0, that's what I am asking, what happened23:03
k1ln-iCe: some mainboards were changing the numbering randomwise.23:03
EraOn another note, the brightness on this thing, if I manually try to change it, sometimes it just turns screen off23:03
Eraand doesnt turn it back on23:03
EraForcing me to reboot it23:03
n-iCek1l: how can I rename them for ever23:04
V7swarfega_: 7-823:04
V7With docking station :D23:05
k1ln-iCe: there was a kernel boot line23:05
swarfega_wow thats nice23:05
swarfega_even desktops dont get that much23:05
Cryptic-Infidelmsg NickServ Identify Novosibirsk1!23:05
k1ln-iCe: net.ifnames=0 biosdevname=023:05
V7swarfega_: http://ecoshop.biz/pics/2105/Dock-X200-large.jpg23:05
Ben64Cryptic-Infidel: time to change your password23:05
Erafor all my crying changing the DNS may have solved the issue...23:05
EraSorry for all the trouble I've given you23:05
V7Plus laptops23:06
EraGetting a constant ping, almost no packet loss, google works fine23:06
EraThanks all23:06
V7Era always welcome ;)23:06
normanfalbut did you know that if you type lsb_release -a into your terminal and it says "Ubuntu" anywhere then your computer has a virus and you must reinstall windows?23:07
normanfalubuntu is a very dangerous virus23:07
n-iCek1l: and where is that :D23:08
V7n-iCe: http://ask.xmodulo.com/change-network-interface-names-permanently-linux.html23:08
k1l!nomodeset | n-iCe like its described for nomodeset here23:09
ubottun-iCe like its described for nomodeset here: A common kernel (boot)parameter is nomodeset, which is needed for some graphic cards that otherwise boot into a black screen or show corrupted splash screen. See http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1613132 on how to use this parameter23:09
V7normanfal: wtf are you talking about ?23:09
normanfalno i am not kidding23:09
normanfalget arch if you want to use linux23:09
k1lV7: dont mind the trolls. they just want23:09
k1lV7: dont mind the trolls. they just want attention. dont give them that23:09
V7k1l: You're right23:10
n-iCethanks V723:10
V7n-iCe: Worked ?23:11
V7n-iCe: http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/91085/udev-renaming-my-network-interface23:11
n-iCewell, I don't have any thing in /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules, do you?23:12
V7Create one23:12
V7Also ... the last one23:12
n-iCeV7: that's for ethernet, not wifi23:13
Ben64n-iCe: doesn't matter23:14
n-iCeactually I think it does23:15
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n-iCesince I dont have that file I don't know waht to add23:15
V7n-iCe: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=18005723:15
Ben64you make the file and put what it says on that page in it23:15
k1ln-iCe: did you change the kernel line and rebooted?23:15
Ben64oh yeah, that kernel line above solves the issue as well, so pick your favorite of the three, and do that23:17
k1ln-iCe: have a read if you dont trust us: https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/systemd/PredictableNetworkInterfaceNames/23:18
_adbprinting.... does lpd use ppd files at all? i can't get it to print double-sided documents, and haven't found where the printer capabilities would be23:24
dhrosahi, whenever I enable sticky keys in the accessibility menu in both GNOME and MATE, the option turns itself off after a few keystrokes. does anyone know why this might be happening?23:31
dhrosathe "sticky keys" option isn't sticky :)23:31
dhrosathis is on separate machines, one running Mate and the other running gnome223:32
rklopfer_anyone have an idea why openconnect isn23:37
rklopfer_'t showing up in network manager after i installed the plugin package?23:37
rklopfer_the internet tells me to reboot...23:38
rklopfer_no dice.23:40
transhumanHI I have an nvidia GEFoRCE 610 graphics card trying to get digits and cuda working . I have to first install the nvidia proprietary drivers23:45
transhumanunfortunately even though the additional drivers show a list. None will install and I only find the .run files on nvidia's site which wont install either23:46
rklopfer_solution: install the -gnome version of the plugin. `sudo service network-manager restart` NOT `sudo systemctl restart NetworkManager`23:46
transhumando to a complex problem with run levels from command shell23:47
rklopfer_bummer. if you can't install the drivers there's not much you can do23:49
transhumanis there an alternate deb file I can download from nvidia for the geforce 610? I can only find the .run files23:49
transhumanor from the ubuntu repositories if I new what to search for23:50
transhumannot the neueve drivers either there no good23:51
transhumanwont work with cuda23:51
ipodshuffle4gHi I'm looking for an option to sync my iPod 4g  with voiceover enabled. Rhythmbox is great but doesn't support voiceover.23:51
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ipodshuffle4gIs there any GUI program I can use to sync music to ipod shuffle 4g with voiceover23:51
ipodshuffle4gany help appreciated :)23:52
ipodshuffle4ghttps://nims11.wordpress.com/2013/10/12/ipod-shuffle-4g-under-linux/ I've tried using that but the songs wont' play23:52
ipodshuffle4gI would prefer a GUI too23:52
ipodshuffle4gany ideas?23:53
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Hydr0p0nXrunning kvm + libvirt w/ a win7 guest (iscsi storage, passthrough pcie graphics), everything's great until I shutdown the guest, then I lose connection to the gui based virt-manager until I reboot and reboot seems to hang as does stopping libvirtd-guest, ubuntu 16.04.1; anyone have any ideas by chance?23:54
ipodshuffle4ganyone? :D23:55
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transhumanI found a solution! http://paste.debian.net/789969/23:56
rklopfer_transhuman, nice! i've only installed drivers + cuda using the .run files on centos23:58
rklopfer_i'm surprised that nvidia doesn't have their own repo or something23:58

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