user|12804i'm try to install from usb disr. but he stuck on logo kubuntu00:59
user|12804how i can fix it ?01:00
noaXessmoooorning ;)04:44
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derreyAre there any logs I could use to see what caused a freeze?09:26
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hateballderrey: what kind of freeze?09:31
hateball~/.xsession-errors, dmesg logs, and Xorg.log's are a nice place to start09:32
derreyhateball: Everything was unresposive. Only the mouse moved. (I'm looking throught some syslogs.)09:32
derreyThanks for the other places to look.09:32
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derreyWhat is your normal Xorg cpu usage? Does it come to 60% (via ksysguard)?11:13
lordievaderderrey: On my Gentoo box it rarely comes above 20%, usually sits around 0%.11:16
derreyit gives me freezes. I'm reading about it and it seems to be a pretty common issue?11:18
derreyo, it went to 1%11:18
BluesKajHey folks12:26
chr1shi BluesKaj12:27
BluesKajhi chr1s12:27
chr1show's life?12:31
BluesKajgood here, and you ?12:33
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dharmaroot@dharma-Aspire-5749Z:~# /Downloads13:00
dharmabash: /Downloads: No such file or directory13:00
dharmawhat is this erroer13:00
chr1sgood thanks BluesKaj13:01
chr1sdharma: you're attempting to access a directory called Downloads at the root level on your machine, try ~/Downloads13:02
chr1s(assuming it is in your home directory)13:02
BluesKajdharma, Diwbloads file should be in /home13:03
chr1sand you probably meant to do something like 'cd'?13:03
BluesKajDownloads that is13:03
BluesKajdharma, did you download some thing from the internet, most browsers default their downloads to ~/Downloads, so look there13:07
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dharmawhat is ssh16:27
hateball!ssh | dharma16:29
ubottudharma: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol, see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSH for client usage. PuTTY is an SSH client for Windows; see: http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ for its homepage. See also !scp (Secure CoPy) and !sshd (Secure SHell Daemon)16:29
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markus_e92Hi, how could i allow usb drive mounting only for a specific group?18:50
markus_e92i use kubuntu 16.0418:50
hateballI guess it depends on fuse...18:51
hateballat least I think it does18:51
hateballso if user X is not a member of fuse they should not be able to automount18:52
hateballbut this is not something I've really looked at18:52
markus_e92would it be possible to create a udev rule for this?18:54
lordievaderWasn't the plugdev group for that?18:55
markus_e92so did i, but in my installation (ltsp fat client) the user is not in the plugdev group and usb drive mounting works18:59
geniiEasier to edit sudoers than make an udev rule. http://askubuntu.com/questions/533106/allow-to-mount-unmount-a-specific-device-to-a-specific-user19:01
viewer|qwertz913Hello, I installed Kubuntu 16.04 on my external harddisk.19:44
viewer|qwertz913I did that before with Kubuntu 14.04 and it worked well.19:45
viewer|qwertz913But now with my new installation I always get "error: attempt to read or write outside of disk 'hd0' "19:46
viewer|qwertz913on one computer.19:47
viewer|qwertz913On my other computer with an old Kubuntu on its harddrive it works.19:47
viewer|qwertz913What is the reason for that error19:48
viewer|qwertz913and can I get it to work?19:48
viewer|qwertz913With my old external harddisk 14.0 installation it worked on both computers.19:49
BluesKajviewer|qwertz913, run sudo blkid, find the drive UUID and add it to your /etc/fstab file, without the quote. You search google for /etc/fstab emtries in ubuntu for the details19:53
ubottuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fstab and http://www.pclosmag.com/html/Issues/200709/page07.html and !Partitions19:54
BluesKajviewer|qwertz913, ^19:54
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viewer|qwertz913Ok, I will try to edit fstab.19:58
viewer|qwertz913Is it possible through grub rescue?19:59
BluesKajviewer|qwertz913, don't know, never had much luck with grub rescue20:05
viewer|qwertz913okay, I am trying now with the LiveCD20:06
lordievaderBluesKaj: This sounds like a grub issue, not fstab.20:16
lordievaderviewer|qwertz913: Do you know how to chroot?20:16
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BluesKajlordievader, I had the same issue , tried chroot and it didn't see /dev/sda when trying to mount it20:19
lordievaderBluesKaj: Did you fix the issue?20:20
BluesKajyeah. I got rid of windows...it was causing the problem afaik20:21
lordievaderBluesKaj: Hmm, that sounds very strange...20:21
lordievaderviewer|qwertz913: Anyhow, if you know how to chroot, I'd chroot into your install and rebuild the grub config from there.20:22
BluesKajwindows bootsect was corupted somehow20:22
BluesKajall this was on my on my laptop20:23
BluesKajstill trying to fix the mess after upgrading 16.10...ended up with busybox20:28

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