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GizmoRomickI am running Ubuntu 16.04 using the Plasma 5 desktop.  I used to be able to mount my NAS smb share to a folder in my home folder using "sudo mount -t cifs -o...", but now I get mount error(5): Input/output error.  Any idea what may be causing this?05:43
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someone_Hi, I noticed recently on my kubuntu 16.04 there are more than process are repeated with different id such as bioset it is repeated 11 times, Is there any explanation for this ?06:48
hateballsomeone_: it's a kernel process06:50
hateballsomeone_: see https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/27292206:51
someone_ok , but Why it is repeated ?06:51
someone_it is not the only process which is repeated.06:51
hateballI think it spawns a new process each time you mount a block device or something like that06:52
hateballanyhow it should be nothing to worry about06:52
someone_hateball I restart the computer but the problem did not solve, all these processes are rpeted now in my kubuntu 16.04 : smbd , file.os , avahi-daemon: , dbus-launch.06:55
valoriesomeone_: that's how your computer works07:02
valorieit can't just sit there07:02
valorieit does stuff07:02
valorieavahi for instance listens to your local network07:03
valoriethis is not a problem07:03
someone_valorie I don't know what the benefit of avahi-daemon: ,  Can I stop it ?07:05
valoriewhy would you stop it?07:06
valorieit's part of what makes your computer "smart"07:06
valorieyour car has brakes even when you aren't using them07:07
valoriethe speedometer has a readout even when you aren't looking at it07:08
someone_Ok , Thank you .07:09
lordievaderGood morning07:11
marcpvplease, how can I unplug my phone safely? I see the icon in the tray but no remove option there09:50
lordievaderIs it mounted?09:55
marcpvyes, I can see it in dolphin09:56
lordievaderUnmount it and unplug09:56
hateballshould be a little icon with an arrow that means unmount09:56
marcpvI don't see it. I guess you mean the same as in USB drive09:57
hateball!paste | marcpv10:00
ubottumarcpv: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.10:00
hateballshow us a screenshot of what you see10:00
marcpvIt's in catalan, sorry ;)10:04
hateballmarcpv: well is anything mounted at all?10:10
hateballif you only plug the phone in but then dont press to open in eg Dolphin, there is nothing to unmount10:10
hateballso you can just unplug it10:11
marcpvthanks, I just did, went right. But I opened it on Dolphin before...10:23
marcpvHave to go now, thanks very much10:24
iskorptixhey, I'm trying to upgrade from 17.04 to 17.10, so running 'kdesudo "do-release-upgrade -m desktop -f DistUpgradeViewKDE"' , but upgrade fails with this error: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/9076489 , how I fix this error or is there another way how I can upgrade to 17.10 ?11:34
hateball!eolupgrade | iskorptix11:38
ubottuiskorptix: 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/EOLUpgrades11:38
acheronukiskorptix: you have the release names of debian releases in you sources it seems from that paste. very odd. remove them11:45
iskorptixacheronuk: 17.04 is now EOL, how I can upgrade to latest 17.10 ?12:34
acheronukiskorptix: remove the bogus source entries. then upgrades should hopefully work12:36
acheronukthere is no ubuntu release called 'stable' or 'jessie', those are debian, but the errors from your paste show that apt is looking for those releases in the ubuntu archive12:39
acheronukso you must have wrong entries in /etc/apt/sources.list or a file in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/12:39
iskorptixacheronuk: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/907649812:43
iskorptixcan you please have a look ?12:43
oerhekshttp://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/jessie/main/binary-amd64/Packages HuH?? a frankenstein debian-ubuntu ?12:44
hateballwell, it also says zetsy and not zesty12:44
acheronukyeah, zetsy would not help12:46
iskorptixacheronuk: so the only way to upgrade is fresh install ?12:51
iskorptixI'm really angry on those fucks who basically blocked releasing new isos and gave very little time to upgrade to 17.1012:52
lordievaderiskorptix: Watch your language.12:53
lordievaderYou have 3 months to upgrade. That is plenty of time. If you don't want that, use an LTS release.12:53
lordievaderAnyhow, as linked before https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades describes the upgrade procedure from an EOL release.12:54
iskorptixlordievader: 17.10 isos were blocked for a long time due to some issues with lenovo laptops if you dont remember12:54
iskorptixand your your link sucks12:55
iskorptixas I been trying to upgrade to 17.10 from 17.04 using those instructions all morning , but failed12:55
iskorptixand it has nothing to do with me12:55
iskorptixbasically I just failed to upgrade to 17.10 within 1 week time12:55
lordievaderCould you pastebin your `/etc/apt/sources.list` and any file in `/etc/apt/sources.list.d`?12:56
hateballiskorptix: there is a typo in your sources like I said, it says zetsy and not zesty12:56
hateballso that wont work too well12:56
iskorptixlordievader: https://pastebin.mozilla.org/9076499 my sources.list and /etc/apt/sources.list.d is emptyu13:00
iskorptixah let me check13:00
acheronukiskorptix: you have misspelled zesty as zetsy13:01
iskorptixyep, fixing now13:01
lordievaderiskorptix: Like hateball says, change zetsy to zesty. Then run `sudo apt-get update` and `sudo apt full-upgrade`.13:01
lordievaderThat should get you to Zesty.13:02
lordievaderReboot and voila.13:02
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iskorptixI guess I need to modify sources.list again to include 17.10 packages ?13:03
iskorptixlordievader, acheronuk ^13:03
iskorptixhateball ^13:03
acheronuksudo do-release-upgrade13:04
acheronukthat 'should' do it for you now sources.list for EOL zesty is fixed13:04
lordievaderiskorptix: Now you can run the `sudo do-release-upgrade` command.13:04
iskorptixthanks guys, running that thing now13:05
acheronukfingers crossed....13:06
BluesKajHey folks13:19
[Relic]nvidia 384 still works with the new linux images but not anything higher, did I miss something or is this just the same as the last update?16:20
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IrcsomeBot<bittin> https://twitter.com/MozillaReleases/status/95582943896452710517:43
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jubo2Hello and Big Thank You Thank Yous for the awesome Linux flavour21:20
jubo2I ain't got a technical problem this time.21:21
jubo2I need to install Kubuntu for a friend who is total novice when it comes to computers and he lives far away and I do not know if I will be able to visit him before July 2018 after I've given him the machine21:22
jubo2What do I "lose" if I install 16.04.3 LTS for him? I mean will there be less software available or something like that?21:23
jubo217.10 support ends July 2018. How is it that short..? that's only 9 months.21:27
valoriejubo2: because LTS is LTS21:35
valorienext one comes out in April21:35
valorieor March21:35
ubottuThe official Kubuntu support channel is #kubuntu. Also see http://www.kubuntu.com/support.php21:35
valorieapril, yeah21:36
jubo2When in April?21:37
valorieas for what you "lose" by using LTS -- you lose the newest software21:37
valoriebut the base and what versions you have will continue to get security upgrades21:37
valorieand some things are backported if we test them and they are working well21:37
valorieApril 26th21:38
valorie FinalRelease,  Ubuntu21:38
valorieof 18.0421:38
valorieit becomes LTS at the .1 release a few months later21:38
valorieabout the same time 16.04.3 becomes 16.04.421:39
valorieso at that point one can do a lts > lts move if desired21:39
valoriejubo2: probably around the same time 17.10 becomes eol21:40
valoriethe point releases come out21:41
jubo2ok valorie. thank you for your information21:42
jubo2I've never done a version upgrade. I just put in new disk, install clean and then get all the relevant stuff from the old disk with a USB-TO-SATAIII encasing21:42
valoriethat is certainly the "cleanest" way21:43
valorieand probably fastest as well21:43
jubo2So how likely is that a 16.04 -> 18.04 dist upgrade will go so smoothly I can give instructions in chat?21:43
valorievery likely21:44
valorieit's just slower21:44
valorie14.04 > 16.04 was the problem one21:44
valoriesince it moved from kde4 to Plasma 5 and Frameworks 521:45
valorieI did it, but it was difficult21:45
jubo2valorie: Ok and once again thank you for the information21:50
jubo2I think I install 16.04.3 for him and once the 18.04.1 comes out I give him the instructions of how to do it and cross fingers that nothing breaks21:51
jubo2*it == dist upgrade21:51
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valoriejubo2: well, LTS upgrade22:08
valorie"dist-upgrade" to apt-get is just "upgrade apps too"22:08
valoriewhich is why I prefer and use apt full-upgrade these days22:08
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