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TheSolenyahow unstable are the snapshots?05:27
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BluesKajHowdy folks10:16
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> Hi guys I have a problem installing Kubuntu 18.04.114:00
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> Installer crashes when check format box on manual partitioning14:00
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> Velizar please file a bug report against ubiquity "ubuntu-bug ubiquity" in the commandline while in the installer15:19
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> Dont put the quotes of course15:19
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> @Valoriez, I fixed the bug by deleting all ext4 partitions from windows os15:19
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> Then run kde partionmanager before starting the installer so you don't have to use that buggy manual partitioner15:21
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> Ok15:21
chaotixhey all.   using plasma 5 i would like to be able to format a clock on my panel to just have the day and the time, ie Thursday 1:10 pm, and i am having a really hard time finding a way to do this.  does anyone know of a plasmoid widget that will allow this that i can obtain, or can someon walk me through the steps of doing this?  it would be really helpfull...  i love being able to make mu fesktop how i want it to be, which is why kde17:11
chaotixhas become my go to DE as of late...  just gitting a lottle snag on the clock thingy17:11
acheronukchaotix: as I said in neon, the event views plasmoid17:12
acheronukumm. calendar17:13
chaotixevent views?17:13
chaotixsorry acheronuk i got disconnected and must not hacve seen your message17:13
acheronukformat dddd h:mm AP17:14
chaotixi will check t out right now17:14
acheronukgives me this https://i.imgur.com/zIK7Egj.png17:15
acheronukit's a lot more that a clock, but the clock part if very customisable17:15
chaotixevent calendar is perfect, thank you acheronuk17:16
chaotixhave a good day17:18
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IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Just now installed 18.04.1 … When i browsing YouTube i'm taking freezes in video, 15-30 fps in 720p or 1080p, but in Windows it worked very well. I need to install graphics card drivers?20:12
diogenes_<chronosmsx> what card?20:13
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> GTX 65020:14
diogenes_sudo lspci -nnk |grep VGA -A320:16
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IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> VGA?20:17
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/8hMcpD8MB6/20:18
diogenes_and now pastebin: glxinfo | grep "OpenGL renderer"20:20
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> OpenGL renderer string: NVE720:21
diogenes_ok try to add this: nouveau.config=NvClkMode=10 to GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=" in /etc/default/grub20:23
diogenes_sudo update-grub afterwards and reboot20:23
diogenes_ask me how if you can't figure that out20:24
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Not needed, thanks. It's small part of my daily job, use linux bash (programmer). Ok, i'll do this now, what you're wrote20:25
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Hmmm, so if in CMDLINME_LINUX_DEFAULT i seeing ="quiet splash", i need to remove them? Or maybe separate two this things by ;20:27
diogenes_ CMDLINME_LINUX_DEFAULT i seeing ="nouveau.config=NvClkMode=10 quiet splash"20:28
diogenes_that is how the end result should look like ^^^20:28
diogenes_i mean: CMDLINME_LINUX_DEFAULT="nouveau.config=NvClkMode=10 quiet splash"20:29
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> It's done20:29
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Reboot system?20:29
diogenes_did you tn upda-grub?20:30
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> +++20:30
diogenes_ok reboot20:30
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Rebooted20:32
diogenes_ok try it20:32
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> 15fps, no results20:34
diogenes_then your best bet is to use proprietary nvidia driver20:35
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Oh, yes20:35
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> In system notifications in some time20:35
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> For something things you're need to install propietary drivers20:36
diogenes_don't forget to remove the line we added to grub and update-grub20:36
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Ok, thank you20:37
diogenes_you're welcome20:37
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IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Drivers isn't helped :D21:23
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> When I've installed binary drivers after reboot I've taken "unable to find kdeinit"21:24
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> And it's all)21:24
diogenes_so this issue occurred after you upgraded from 18.04 to 18.04.1?21:25
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> It's a clean installation21:31
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> And before I've installed 17.10 - the same lugs21:32
diogenes_do you happen to use wayland?21:32
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Not yet21:34
diogenes_and what browser do you use?21:35
diogenes_also does the lag happen in other applications too?21:35
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Firefox 6121:36
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> YouTube html5 player21:37
diogenes_and what if you try falkon just to test it there21:37
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> 720p+ is very luggy, sounds with lazy image and more21:37
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Maybe I should to try chrome?21:39
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> I'll try this at morning21:39
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> @diogenes_, Only in html5 video playing21:40
diogenes_chrome is a heavy bloatware but yes you can try it21:40
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> Maybe I've got bad system specifications?21:40
diogenes_and we can't tell for sure what' really wrong until you try with a different browser21:41
IrcsomeBot<chronosmsx> GTX 650 inno3d 2gb vram … 8gb ram ddr2 … Athlon x64 X2 4600+ 2.4ghz21:41
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> guys I need help21:51
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> installed last Kubuntu 18.04.1 everything was fine until installed my nvidia proprietary driver - resolution goes extremely high21:52
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> changing to stock resolution doesn't help21:52
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> icons and everything is freaking small...21:52
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> my card is Nvidia GeForce 210 (Palit)21:53
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> the only way is resintalling Kubuntu and not install the driver21:54
diogenes_Velizar Peshev, so how you tried to lower down the resolution?21:56
IrcsomeBot<Anarcho Taoist> @Velizar Peshev, Rather than adjusting the resolution try scaling instead.22:14
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> @Anarcho Taoist, How?22:14
IrcsomeBot<Anarcho Taoist> @Velizar Peshev, Settings - Display monitor - display - scroll down to setting22:16
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> (Photo, 1280x719) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/iaLMN4Uv/file_8865.jpg22:21
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> that's the shit.. scaling does not help22:21
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> telegram is displaying normally resolution is normal but window management sucks22:22
IrcsomeBot<Velizar Peshev> is it safe to remove .kde5 folder from home user?22:22

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