pjotterHi. I have installed vlc on 16.04. When I skip a song in vlc, 2 notification windows pop up with the new song title. Does anybody know why there are two such messages?02:32
pjotterDoes anybody know: Why VLC, when changing songs/tracks/movies generates two notifications in Xubuntu?12:15
SeTunTunhello, i am trying to pair my phone via bluetooth but xubutu doesn't seem to scan.16:29
SeTunTunby the way, the option to make xubuntu visible has dissapeared from the bluetooth icon.+16:31
Guest30> Hi, guys I have this problem with Xubuntu https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1759836 I have try to edit the /lib/udev/rules.d/97-hid2hci.rules the high problem has been partial resolved because I have not the high cpu but when I send one file from smartphone to PC the smartphone tell me that the file has been sended but the in19:28
Guest30coming PC folder is empty. Why??19:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1759836 in linux "systemd-udevd consumes 100% of CPU" [High,Confirmed]19:28
xubuntu29wHi everyone. Which USB installer I should use for Xubuntu?19:52
Kumoolthe appropriate one19:53
xubuntu29wI mean USB creator19:53
Kumoolin what? where?19:54
Kumoolin windows?19:54
xubuntu29wYes, in windows19:55
Kumoolrufus is what they recommend19:56
Guest30> any suggestions?20:36
diogenes_Guest30, ?20:47
Guest30diogenes_ > I have this problem with Xubuntu https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/systemd/+bug/1759836 I have try to edit the /lib/udev/rules.d/97-hid2hci.rules the high problem has been partial resolved because I have not the high cpu but when I send one file from smartphone to PC the smartphone tell me that the file has been sended but the i20:48
Guest30ncoming PC folder is empty. Why??20:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1759836 in linux "systemd-udevd consumes 100% of CPU" [High,Confirmed]20:48
dmnurGuest30: a Dell laptop?20:50
diogenes_you send the file via bluetooth?20:50
Guest30dmnur Yes I have inside a Dell 370 bluetooth20:51
Guest30dmnur this is the source https://github.com/pauloborges/bluez/blob/master/tools/hid2hci.rules20:52
Guest30As suggested here https://askubuntu.com/a/1059845 the problem with high cpu is resolved but when I send file with smartphone the incoming folder in the xubuntu is empty20:56
dmnurGuest30: dmesg | nc termbin.com 999921:41
dmnurGuest30: also: hciconfig -a | nc termbin.com 999921:41
Guest30dmnur https://pastebin.com/nr3CkS0D21:48
Guest30dmnur https://pastebin.com/eDTia2ZR21:51
dmnurGuest30: everything seems to be OK; have you tried sending files *from your computer* to the smartphone?22:05
Guest30dmnur I try it... >22:07
dmnurGuest30: if that works, I guess the problem is this: "Bluetooth-enabled devices can send files to your Downloads folder only when the Bluetooth panel is open."22:07
dmnurGuest30: source: https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/sharing-bluetooth.html.en22:07
Guest30dmnur I have restore the default file /lib/udev/rules.d/97-hid2hci.rules and I have try to send file from computer to smartphone but *not send*22:10
Guest30dmnur last dmesg message is: <<[gen26 23:08] Bluetooth: hci0: last event is not cmd complete (0x0f)>>22:13
Guest30dmnur there are two instance of systemd-udevd that consume high level of cpu :-(22:14
dmnurGuest30: sudo systemctl stop bluetooth; sudo /usr/lib/bluetooth/bluetoothd -n -d22:15
dmnurGuest30: and then pair devices and try sending something again.22:15
dmnurGuest30: let's see what will show up.22:15
dmnurGuest30: you can fix /lib/udev/rules.d/97-hid2hci.rules again, it doesn't break anything.22:20
Guest30I have add this line "ACTION=="add" but I would like to know what means for verify if this is correct solution22:23
Guest30dmnur https://askubuntu.com/a/1059845 >22:25
dmnurGuest30: this is an additional check for the condition. `ACTION=="add"` means "only do this when `ACTION` is `add`". In this case the condition is for running the command `hid2hci ...`. So with `ACTION=="add"` this command will only run when the device is plugged in.22:27
Guest30dmnur in journalctl I have lot of message of: gen 26 23:28:41 dell-studio-1537 systemd-udevd[31693]: Process 'hid2hci --method=dell --devpath=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1a.0/usb3/3-1/3-1.2/3-1.2:1.0' failed with exit code 1.22:29
Guest30dmnur I think that this messages is the cause of high cpu!22:30
dmnurGuest30: even after adding `ACTION=="and"` you still see your device in the `hciconfig -a` output, so the device is in HCI mode - as necessary.22:30
dmnurGuest30: 97-hid2hci.rules is default now, yes?22:31
Guest30dmnur yes 97-hid2hci.rules is default, and at this moment my cpu is high22:32
dmnurGuest30: this is a bug in Linux 4.14 and later. The rule introduces an infinite loop.22:34
Guest30dmnur I have kernel 4.18.0-1322:34
dmnurGuest30: yep, they didn't fix it yet even in 4.18 and later.22:36
Guest30 Dmitry Nurislamov do you have twitter?22:37
dmnurGuest30: so, did you run the commands I sent you earlier?22:37
dmnurGuest30: no, no Twitter.22:37
Guest30if you have a twitter account we can stay in touch to resolve the issue even later22:38
Guest30dmnur xubuntu show me a crash report of bluetooth service, for send report what port should I enable in iptables?22:49
dmnurGuest30: crash report after running those commands?22:50
Guest30dmnur crash report when I try to send smartphoneTOcomputer or computerTOsmartphone22:51
dmnurGuest30: for sending a report you don't need to open any ports: this is just an outcoming HTTP connection, as if you opened a page in a web browser.22:53
Guest30dmnur with default 97-hid2hci.rules blueman-applet not found my smartphone22:53
dmnurGuest30: OK, fix the rules files again and reboot.22:54
dmnurGuest30: we'll try debugging then.22:54
Guest30dmnur is correct way `ACTION=="add"` ??22:54
dmnurGuest30: yes.22:54
Guest30dmnur I restart...23:00
Guest35dmnur I have edit the 97-hid2hci.rules the cpu is fixed but when I send the file computer2smartphone the blueman-applet crash and xubuntu show me crash send report23:08
dmnurGuest35: hcitool scan23:12
dmnurGuest35: there should be your smartphone with its device ID (in the form XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX).23:13
Guest35After fix I have associated smartphone with blueman-applet23:13
dmnurGuest35: try sending some file to it with this command: bluetooth-sendto --device=XX:XX:XX:XX:XX:XX somefile23:13
dmnurGuest35: maybe `bluetooth-sendto` will give us some hints.23:14
Guest35dmnur with this command should I install gnome-bluetooth and a lot of additional packages23:16
Guest35I have also installed bluez-obexd23:17
dmnurGuest35: ah, sorry; the command name is blueman-sendto23:17
dmnurGuest35: you should already have it available.23:17
Guest35dmnur https://pastebin.com/4FZgE3Hy23:20
dmnurGuest35: hcitool dev23:24
Guest35I have substitued with *23:28
dmnurGuest35: what exact `blueman-sendto` command did you run?23:29
dmnurGuest35: from its output I see that it couldn't get the device provided with the --device option.23:30
Guest35dmnur blueman-sendto --device==SMARTPHONE_MAC23:30
Guest35dmnur and than GUI show me to select find to send23:31
dmnurGuest35: two equal signs?23:31
Guest35dmnur mhm I wrong, I try with one =23:32
Guest35dmnur :-(  not send https://pastebin.com/eauPjry223:34
Guest35dmnur remain in loop23:34
dmnurGuest35: press Ctrl-C.23:35
Guest35dmnur I think that is a problem of bluez23:35
dmnurGuest35: OK, so nothing here... Let's try enabling debugging in bluetoothd.23:36
Guest35dmnur what command?23:36
dmnurGuest35: as earlier: sudo systemctl stop bluetooth; sudo /usr/lib/bluetooth/bluetoothd -n -d23:37
dmnurGuest35: the daemon will then output all debug info. Open another terminal window and repeat `blueman-sendto` there.23:38
Guest35dmnur yes works23:38
dmnurGuest35: after sending a file, tell me what bluetoothd is outputting.23:38
Guest35dmnur https://pastebin.com/6Q0QWAWc23:41
dmnurGuest35: so it's success?..23:42
dmnurGuest35: that was the output of blueman-sendto, what about bluetoothd?23:43
Guest35dmnur the file as been sended but xubuntu also show me crash report23:43
Guest35dmnur https://pastebin.com/jaXryV2A23:46

Generated by irclog2html.py 2.7 by Marius Gedminas - find it at mg.pov.lt!