ThedarkbI think I broke my apt sources.00:04
lubot<VikingRedwolf> You edited /etc/apt/sources.list ?00:13
lubot<VikingRedwolf> How do I restore the default repositories? - Ask Ubuntu00:14
lubot<VikingRedwolf> You're welcome :)00:16
ThedarkbE:The repository 'http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu zesty-security Release' does no longer have a Release file., W:Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default., W:See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details., E:The repository 'http://ie.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu zesty Release' does no longer have a Release file., W:Updating from such a00:23
Thedarkbrepository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default., W:See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details., E:The repository 'http://ie.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu zesty-updates Release' does no longer have a Release file.00:23
ThedarkbThat paste might have been a bit big.00:23
lubot<tsimonq2> Lubuntu 17.04 reached End of Life a week ago: https://lubuntu.me/zesty-eol/00:23
lubot<tsimonq2> (and it's np about the paste)00:23
lubot<VikingRedwolf> Yes, you need to upgrade00:24
tsimonq2Worst case scenario, you can change everything to old-releases.ubuntu.com if you still need a Zesty archive for apt update etc.00:24
ThedarkbI'll go for an LTS this time.00:24
tsimonq2(in sources.list)00:24
tsimonq2Sure, but really there's no upgrade path...00:25
tsimonq218.04 is still in development.00:25
tsimonq2You could reinstall Lubuntu at 16.04 or upgrade to 17.10 and wait for 18.04 to come out.00:26
ThedarkbI'll do that then.00:26
ThedarkbI always thought versions were supported for a year for some reason.00:27
tsimonq2Meh, that's just rounding up fron 9 months ;)00:27
Thedarkbtwo years *00:27
tsimonq2(I don't get you here)00:28
ThedarkbI'm just dumb.00:29
ThedarkbAnyway, I can't run dist-upgrade because my install is broken and I can't fix my install because the repos 404.00:29
ThedarkbAny ideas?00:30
tsimonq2Well like I said before, the Zesty repo still exists00:30
tsimonq2It's just at old-releases.ubuntu.com00:30
tsimonq2So you just need to edit your sources.list with your favorite editor or sed to reflect that.00:30
wxlor use /etc/hosts to do it00:31
ThedarkbOh, do-release-upgrade is a thing.00:31
tsimonq2wxl: Right, although I think that's a bit more hacky.00:31
tsimonq2Thedarkb: Right :)00:31
ThedarkbYou have to download a total of 1,365 M. This download will take00:35
Thedarkbabout 1 hour 43 minutes with your connection.00:35
ThedarkbLet me make sure the debian netinst going on in the other room is done first..00:36
ThedarkbThat it is.00:40
ThedarkbI assume I can continue using the computer for the time being?00:40
ThedarkbWhile it's downloading.00:41
tsimonq2Although packages might change from out under you...00:43
tsimonq2(shouldn't really affect usability, worst case scenario, restart the program)00:43
ThedarkbThat won't be a problem.00:43
ThedarkbI'm just going to listen to a podcast and hopefully fall asleep while it does its thing overnight.00:44
tsimonq2Alright, cool :)00:44
=== BrAsS_mOnKeY is now known as william
Major_hey guys15:54
Major_i'm getting a corrupted screen while booting from virtualbox 5.2.615:55
Major_it happens after choosing the language and choosing to install15:55
Major_ok fiexed it by awitichng from gui to terminal and back15:56
cdeonHi, newbie here I have lubuntu 17.04 and am trying to update to lubuntu 17.10 but the software updater tells me there is an internet connection problem but I have internet17:07
cdeonAnd when I try to do sudo  apt-get update I am getting all 404 repos17:08
cdeonThanks in advance for the help17:08
cdeonI think my 17.04 lubuntu cannot reach the repos where the lubuntu 17.10 update is located17:09
lubot<VikingRedwolf> .18:18
ThedarkbI just upgraded to 17.10 and I'm delighted because my trackpoint works properly.18:18
redwolfcdeon, I think that's the EOL of Lubuntu Zesty18:18
ThedarkbYeah, it's dead.18:19
ThedarkbI'm waiting for the LTS and I won't upgrade for a few years.18:19
redwolfit's better to upgrade18:19
redwolfbecause of the reasonable advantages of having a recent system, with support and new drivers18:20
redwolfnot only the LTS are good :)18:20
ThedarkbI don't need new drivers.18:20
ThedarkbAll of my hardware is old.18:20
ThedarkbThat's why I run Lubuntu.18:20
redwolfmaybe an optimised core, updated software...?18:21
redwolfdon't worry, Lubuntu is still not resource hungry18:21
ThedarkbLXPanel is getting bloated in my opinion.18:21
Thedarkb34mb is a lot of ram for a taskbar to be using.18:21
redwolfhow much ram do you have?18:22
ThedarkbI switched to fbpanel.18:23
redwolfthat's a little, yes18:23
cdeonredwolf, yeah I know it is EOL but how can I upgrade to 17.10 from my 17.04 version?18:27
cdeonBecuase it looks like the 17.04 repo urls are dead and won't let me upgrade to 17.10 as instructed by the lubuntu blog youtube instructions18:28
redwolftry: sudo do-release-upgrade18:28
redwolfbut there's a way to keep using old ones, but I can't recall how. tsimonq2 knows ;)18:29
ThedarkbYeah, fbpanel uses 7.3mb RAM18:29
cdeonthis is what I got from do-release-update -> Checking for a new Ubuntu release. No new release found.18:29
ThedarkbMaybe I'll release a remix called fubuntu or something.18:29
redwolfBUT our friend Chyken made this awesome video:18:29
cdeonI followed that, but the software updater tells me internet connection (I have internet, actually chatting from the lubuntu right now) and through terminal I get a bunch of 404s18:30
cdeonsorry software updater tells me no internet connection*18:31
redwolfyes, when I had the same problem I had to use a USB and make a clean install18:32
cdeonokok, I see. Will do a clean install then. Here is the exact message from the software updater anyhow -> Failed to download repository information. Check your internet connection.18:33
redwolfyup, I got same in an laptop yesterday18:34
cdeonok, thanks for your help redwolf!18:35
redwolfI'm sorry I can't help more18:35
cdeonno worries18:36
krytarik!eolupgrade | cdeon20:34
ubottucdeon: End-Of-Life is the time when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more information. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades20:34

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