* agaida think: what about to change the name and use debian directly? //duck and run00:23
* wxl polishes off the banhammer00:23
Kamilionalright, what's the big rush to shove things over here?01:21
tsimonq2#lubuntu is for support ;)01:21
Kamilion... What am I, chopped liver?01:22
KamilionHey, I need support getting alpha 1 working.01:22
wxlKamilion: have i told you lately that i love you? :)01:22
wxlalso sudo make me a sandwich, ok?01:22
Kamilionno rule to me a sandwich, stop.01:22
wxlor if you're an x11 app and we're running on xwayland... well, that's an issue.01:22
tsimonq2Kamilion: I guess I'm a little hesitant to do an A1 and then do A2 two weeks later01:23
KamilionI didn't have any issues with that...01:23
tsimonq2You're more than welcome to grab a daily :D01:23
Kamiliontsimonq2: depends on how long this delay takes01:23
Kamilionthe daily from 12-27?01:23
wxli guess x11 apps can't run as sudo in xwayland or something. i haven't really been following it but there's a bunch of bugs that have a lot of emotion in the comments01:23
tsimonq2Kamilion: probably01:23
Kamilion... er.. .what?01:23
Kamilionyou're not supposed to sudo x apps ever01:23
Kamilionthat's why gksudo and such exist01:23
tsimonq2wxl: ...X11 apps shouldn't ever run as sudo01:23
wxli should say *sudo01:24
tsimonq2bah, that's still sudo :P01:24
wxli digress01:24
Kamilionin our case, pkexec now01:24
wxldon't worry about this, ok :)01:24
Kamilionhm, well, that's a good heads up because I often run terminals or gnome-disks as root01:24
Kamilionspeaking of which, what's the plan for replacing gnome-disks for lxqt?01:24
tsimonq2Kamilion: Likely KDE's Partition Manager01:27
KamilionI'm not talking about gparted01:27
KamilionI'm talking about gnome-disks01:28
Kamilionthe tool to mount things (and it can also do some partitioning shit as well, but I've not really used that)01:28
tsimonq2Hm, not sure.01:28
lubot<tsimonq2> @julienlavergne So Lubuntu's seeds are now completely converted to Git, and you can find them here: https://git.launchpad.net/~lubuntu-dev/ubuntu-seeds/+git/lubuntu — the archive tooling and cdimage tooling should now correctly detect and use these seeds, and each seed is in its own branch.06:16
lubotI'm looking to convert other things such as lubuntu-default-settings, but one thing that hasn't been implemented yet is support for Git repositories with Launchpad translations, so that's a bit of a blocker. I'm working with the Launchpad team to implement this and it shouldn't take more than a few weeks to land the code. :)06:16
lubot<tsimonq2> Once that's done, it would be a possibility to look into two way mirroring with our Git repositories :)06:19
lynorainthis bug is annoying for lubuntu next https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qupzilla/+bug/174235906:31
ubot93Launchpad bug 1742359 in qupzilla (Ubuntu) "qupzilla does not render webpages" [Undecided, New]06:32
lubot<tsimonq2> Hm, can't reproduce this here.06:40
lubot<tsimonq2> Also, good to see you lynorain. :)06:40
lubot<Schyken> I could try it 🤔06:43
lynorainmaybe graphics type and a nvidia problem ?07:38
lubot<tsimonq2> We need your help testing the 17.10 respins! You can find more details here: http://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/385/builds14:23
lubot<tsimonq2> @tsimonq2, @Schyken Could you please check to make sure this works with your EFI system?15:11
lubot<tsimonq2> Or anyone else, for that matter :)15:13
gilirIt's quite here :-)20:38
lubot<VikingRedwolf> (Document) http://vps.tsimonq2.net:8080//file_3416.mp420:39
gilirchanges are done to lubuntu-artwork, you should check it instead of sending gif ;-)20:59
lubot<tsimonq2> @gilir, Once those changes are done, would this be something I could convert to Git as well?21:05
gilirtsimonq2, yes please :-) I usually forget I'm on a bzr branch and do git commands on this :-)21:13
lubot<VikingRedwolf> @gilir, O__O21:14
lubot<VikingRedwolf> how are we going to proceed moving to github?21:15
lubot<VikingRedwolf> *downloads latest branch*21:15
gilirI don't think so, but github can be used as mirror and to attract PR21:16
lubot<VikingRedwolf> ah, nice21:16
lubot<VikingRedwolf> so, before I get my hands dirty... did you duplicate the boot sequences?21:17
gilirI mostly done a copy / paste / rename to *-next21:18
lubot<VikingRedwolf> it looks easy-peasy21:18
gilirjust modify the files in lubuntu-next-logo, I'll adjust the packaging if necessary, don't worry21:19
lubot<VikingRedwolf> if you want we can do it "old style", I send you the bitmap for plymouth21:19
lubot<VikingRedwolf> the rest of logos are called from the Qt desktop, so no problem, I can put them there in the artwork package21:20
gilirno need to send them, just push them to the branch, we will clean this after :-)21:21
lubot<VikingRedwolf> okies21:21
lubot<tsimonq2> Right now the Git repos are mirrored on Phab, GitHub is something I have yet to do but I'll probably do it tonight.21:24
lubot<tsimonq2> gilir: Did you see my message about the Lubuntu seed being fully converted to Git?21:25
gilirtsimonq2, yes ! thanks for this :-)21:32
lubot<tsimonq2> Awesome :)21:35
gilirredwolf, I'm going to sleep, don't break stuff when I'm away ;-)21:51
tsimonq2o/ gilir, sleep well :)21:51
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lubot<VikingRedwolf> I don't promise anything 😁22:21
lubotCapitanSgrakkio was added by: CapitanSgrakkio22:50
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> hi, Lubuntu 17.10 will work on an asus eeepc 701 4G harddisk 2G RAM ?22:51
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> i m tring to install it now , i ve red it worked well the 14, i dunno if it is grown too fat by now22:53
lubot<Wolfenprey> i see no porblem... try it live first22:54
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> azz i started the installation , it takes ages i will wait now22:55
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> but thnks it gives me hope22:55
lubot<Wolfenprey> @CapitanSgrakkio, that little netbook it´s not the more powerful , but i think it will work22:56
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> i tried mint, easypeasy, puppy, archbang (too complicate for me ) arch 32 (same), bunsenlabs (it gived me an error on installation )22:57
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> mint its too fat22:57
lubot<Wolfenprey> @CapitanSgrakkio, lubuntu, Peppermint OS, and maybe Q4OS seems your best options.23:17
agaidaor maybe antix23:27
lubot<Wolfenprey> yep, antix , a very good option23:36
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> lubuntu too heavy?23:42
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> how much space it needs?23:42
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> it looks good antix!.. will be a durable distro?23:45
agaidait will last as long old and slow computers exists23:46
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> fantastic!23:47
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> with the full version of Antix how much hard disk space s required?23:52
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> antiX-17_386-full.iso23:53
lubot<Wolfenprey> @CapitanSgrakkio, Around 2.4GB for sure.23:57
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> but not more than 4G?23:59
lubot<CapitanSgrakkio> aok sorry didnt read well23:59

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