EickmeyerDice: As already stated, we do not support self-compiled software here. If you compiled it yourself, please seek other support channels.00:06
DiceEickmeyer: I reinstalled it and didn't compile it myself, but again: this is not a tor specific question00:06
Diceit's an Ubuntu question, which I ask in #ubuntu00:06
DiceI'm not asking "How do I configure this tor config?" I'm asking "How do I find this Ubuntu thing in Ubuntu?"00:07
Dicethat's why I removed the mentions of Tor in the path, but clearly I missed one of them00:07
EickmeyerDice: You installed it via an unsupported method before. That's why you're in the situation you are in. We have no idea how to help you beyond that.00:07
DiceEickmeyer: No, that's not why I'm in the situation I'm in00:08
Diceit's completely reinstalled now00:08
EickmeyerDice: Via what method?00:08
Diceone of the methods I was given here. But it's irrelevant because I'm asking about Ubuntu00:08
EickmeyerNo, you are asking about Tor.00:09
ubottuTor is a program to route connections through several servers for anonymity. It is in Ubuntu's repositories, but the Tor Project recommends using their Tor packages due to past issues with Ubuntu's. For setup info, see option (2) of https://www.torproject.org/docs/debian.html.en00:09
DiceEickmeyer: No, the question is about Ubuntu00:09
OerHeksthe factoid says do their thing, not apt00:09
DiceI'm asking: How do I find a specific systemd file00:09
Diceis systemd tor or ubuntu?00:09
Dice(It's ubuntu)00:09
EickmeyerDice: Sorry, that's a tor thing. They install their own systemd files. We are not responsible.00:09
OerHeksso tell us what method of installing you used?00:09
DiceI also asked about how to see what user is assigned in a systemd file. Is this about tor or ubuntu? (hint: ubuntu)00:09
DiceOerHeks: It's irrelevant, I was asking about systemd00:10
Diceit could be literally any program00:10
Diceit's not relevant00:10
EickmeyerDice: Then check in #systemd. This is offtopic.00:10
DiceEickmeyer: systemd is ubuntu00:10
Diceif you have no idea how ubuntu works, then why are you whining about questions here?00:10
leftyfbDice: if you installed via apt, then the systemd file gets installed automatically and works perfectly. If you're not in that state, then you did not install tor using the supported method00:10
Diceleftyfb: I did, and it does not work automatically. It does work after you remove a broken file though00:11
DiceWhat I was asking now was about a permission error00:11
leftyfbDice: it worked perfectly for me00:11
Dicethis had nothing to do with Tor itself, but how Ubuntu works00:11
leftyfbDice: I got no permission issues00:11
EickmeyerDice: I'm an ubuntu developer. Please do not lecture me.00:11
Diceso the question is ubuntu related00:11
Diceleftyfb: That doesn't mean it's impossible to get. I solved the permissio nerror00:11
Diceso I've currently got no question to need answered. What I'm saying is that I *was* asking a question about Ubuntu, not about tor specifically00:12
leftyfbDice: please pastebin the output of: sudo lsof -i :905000:12
DiceEickmeyer: You're a tor developer and you still don't understand that systemd questions are on-topic in #Ubuntu?00:12
DiceUbuntu developer*00:12
DiceSomehow I doubt that00:13
Diceleftyfb: you want to know the user?00:13
leftyfbDice: I want the complete output of: sudo lsof -i :905000:14
Dicetor     912 debian-tor    6u  IPv4  27649      0t0  TCP localhost:9050 (LISTEN)00:14
leftyfbDice: now: sudo apt-cache policy tor00:14
leftyfbDice: ok, you're using their .deb which we do not support. Good luck.00:16
DiceAgain, I haven't asked about tor00:16
rypervencheDice: You won't get support here for things that are not in default Ubuntu.00:16
leftyfbDice: your issue is with trying to get the tor application from the tor repo to work.00:17
leftyfbDice: we are not going to help with that. Sorry.00:17
Dicerypervenche: My question was this: "How do I find a systemd file that shows up in 'locate', but does not seem to actually exist where 'locate' says it exists?"00:17
Dicethat is a plain ubuntu question00:17
Diceit could be about literally any software and any systemd file00:17
Diceit's irrelevant00:17
rypervencheDice: sudo updatedb then your locate will be accurate00:17
Dicejesus christ that was so fucking difficult for anyone else to say00:18
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leftyfbDice: watch the language00:18
Dicejesus christ that was so freaking difficult for everone else to say*00:18
skatetensorDice: are you trying to use the tor browser or tor chat?00:18
leftyfbskatetensor: tor service00:18
skatetensorIf tor using is an absolute for you i'd suggest to go with something that works oftb with tor00:19
DiceEickmeyer: Hopefully you'll get banned for unnecessarily whining about a systemd question, and then incorrectly saying it's off topic to ask about systemd in #ubuntu00:19
skatetensorParrot linux for example00:19
popeyDice: wind it in00:19
DiceEickmeyer: Check rypervenche's answer, that was literally all I was looking for00:19
leftyfbDice: lose the attitude or leave00:19
Diceleftyfb: I never had an attitude, I asked a simple question and he was complaining about it00:19
Dicethat's not how to treat someone who asks for help with ubuntu (not tor specific)00:20
leftyfbDice: multiple people were telling you that you were offtopic. Regardless, you have your answer. Good luck with your tor.00:20
Diceleftyfb: how is it off topic to ask "How do I find a systemd file that shows up in 'locate' but does not seem to exist"?00:20
skatetensorjiz people chill , make badly coded .debs not war00:21
leftyfbDice: discussion is over00:21
Diceleftyfb: exactly. it's not off topic. Sure, I might've worded it wrong but just give up, seriously00:21
Diceat least make an attempt to understand what I'm saying.00:21
alien64Rude helpers here not the way it should be.00:23
leftyfbalien64: can we help you with something? You can chat or rant in #ubuntu-offtopic if you like.00:24
DiceI even censored every mention of tor just because you autistic retards panic every time, I just missed one. If I literally removed every instance of the word "tor" in my question, then the question clearly is not about tor leftyfb Eickmeyer. It's impossible to get support from you autistic fucking idiots, im outta here00:24
alien64leftyfb:  you certainly may not help me.00:25
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Vic3I am accessing the HD on my laptop which wont boot due to a likely boot sector error ... I was advised it is best to try to backup as much as possible ... am now booted with a bootable ubuntu cd but have permissions errors ... I suck at permissions ... how can I access files on the HD?00:39
OerHekstestdisk, photorec, or other disaster software00:40
ozakiVic3: What do you mean permissions?Normally if you use a live USB, lets say ubuntu, when you are using its live mode you can go to the file manager and then access the partition you are interested00:41
justaddcoffeegreetings all-i would like to make an iso of a cd rom software i have from within ubuntu would dd be the way to do it provided im certain about the sdx (so i dont delete anything i shouldnt)00:41
OerHeksozaki, his partition scheme is broken, beyound boundries00:42
OerHeksand some parts are missing, iirc00:42
OerHeksdd would do: dd if=/dev/cdrom of=/path/to/file.iso00:44
justaddcoffeethank you OerHeks ur always very helpful =)00:45
Vic3ozaki - exactly, but when I try to copy files to an external USB I get: Permission denied when I try to copy the files.00:46
ozakiVic3: So are you able to read the files and you can't copy them?00:47
ozakiso what i would do is, find the path of where your files are stored00:48
ozakiand then sudo chmod a+rwx file path00:48
ozakiOr even a simpler version that might work,right click on the file and change its permissions on the properties tabs00:50
Vic3right clicking and changing does not work as it says I am not the owner.00:50
Vic3so I am guessing I need to use the command line and sudo.00:50
ozakiWait a moment of inspiration here00:51
ozakiplease do, clt+alt+t00:51
Vic3which is?00:51
ozakito open a terminal, and then sudo -i00:51
Bashing-omVic3: What is the desination directory > as you do not want to mess with changing any systems directories.00:52
ozakithen type nautilus00:52
ozakiand then try to copy the files00:52
Vic3ahh, ok - brilliant thought .. let me check it.00:52
Vic3Bashing-om ... I am just working to copy important files, media, documents, etc.00:53
Vic3so if all goes to hell when I try to fix the boot sector, I will have my important stuff. :)00:53
Bashing-omVic3: :) .. but to where ?00:53
Vic3external USB drive?  WD MyBook.00:54
Bashing-omVic3: Then yes, "you" should own the destination directory.00:54
Vic3Right but apparently do not own the origin directory. :(00:54
ozakiso... did it work?;00:55
Vic3going now, brb.00:55
tomreynozaki / Vic3: to access a location in nautilus as the root user, don't run nautilus as the root root, just access said path with a prefix of "admin://"00:59
ozakitomreyn: Thanks,but if you want to access the path via terminal with a live usb you first need to mount the drive01:01
BreccaBrondingis ubuntu based on debian testing or unstable?01:02
ozakiThe permissions problem is only ubuntu related, i can copy files from a live usb that has Manjaro01:02
leftyfbBreccaBronding: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu#History01:03
Vic3ok ... sorta works.  I need to change ownership from the 'owner' to root on SOME files.01:03
Bashing-omBreccaBronding: Neither - ubuntu is a sister to debian.01:03
Vic3ozaki - is there a potential better live cd to use?01:04
leftyfbBashing-om: "Ubuntu packages are based on packages from Debian's unstable branch."01:04
Bashing-omleftyfb: Many :)01:04
ozakiVic3: I did a clean install  a week ago and i also copied the files from a live usb.So i can say that i did not have a problem with a parrot live usb or a manjaro live usb01:05
Vic3Anyways ozaki -- it bitched because it could not save /root/nautilus/config01:05
Vic3but I ignored the error and ... /shrug01:06
Vic3parrot or manjaro, which is smaller, easier, cleaner ?01:06
leftyfbVic3: both are offtopic here01:07
leftyfbVic3: use Lubuntu01:07
eaglgenes101I've been having this problem for a while01:07
Vic3Just asking for a personal recommendation due to the nature of this issue Ubuntu doesnt work for me.01:07
ozakiVic3: can you please install sudo apt-get install nautilus-admin01:08
eaglgenes101For some reason my sound config always sets itself so that it's constantly louder on the right than on the left01:08
eaglgenes101Yes, this is even when I manually set it to the middle01:08
eaglgenes101After a reboot, it's back to blasting my right ear only01:08
Vic3ozaki - to what end?01:08
leftyfbVic3: This isn't the place to get recommendations for distributions other than Ubuntu. Feel free to ask in ##linux01:09
ozakiVic3: This will install a  policy to nautilus so if you right click u ll have the option to run as admin a folder01:09
eaglgenes101I have mostly default config, so I'm pretty sure pulseaudio is at the controls, but how do I tell it that it shouldn't push the volume higher on the right01:09
Vic3ozaki great01:09
eaglgenes101The config info I can find only tells me how to set volume for a device, not for each side of a device separately01:10
ozakiVic3: Then you ll need to restart nautilis using, nautilus -q01:12
Vic3ozaki Unable to locate package01:12
eaglgenes101so um01:13
ozakiVic3: how come? You are using the lastest version of ubuntu right?01:14
leftyfbozaki: it's part of the universe repo01:15
ozakiOh thanks i did not know that01:16
ozakiSo before install nautilis-admin you need to add the universe repo01:16
ozakisudo add-apt-repository universe01:16
ozakithen sudo update01:16
ozakiand then sudo apt-get install nautilus-admin01:17
Vic314.04 ozaki01:19
Eickmeyerozaki: The universe repo is enabled by default in Ubuntu.01:20
ozakiEickmeyer: even in live usb?01:20
Eickmeyerozaki: I missed that part.01:21
Eickmeyerozaki: I think so since most of the official flavor packages come from universe.01:22
vax1anyone here? first time using IRC01:25
Vic3no I had to add it ... but still not able to locate nautilus-admin ... so am going to try one of the other live OS's mentioned earlier.  So thanks all for now!  Wish me luck! :)01:25
Eickmeyervax1: Welcome! This channel is for support.01:26
Eickmeyer!chat | vax101:26
ubottuvax1: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!01:26
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Vic3Ok this is going to be a lame question but I never have to do it ... how to completely erase or format a usb stick at sdc ?01:40
leftyfbVic3: if you use dd or something like etcher.io to flash the usb with another iso, you do not need to partition or format it01:41
leftyfbVic3: that said, use gpartd if you just want to format it to copy some files to it01:41
Vic3ok so if it already has an iso, I can simply dd again with the new iso?01:42
leftyfbVic3: I would use etcher.io , but yes01:42
Vic3ty leftyfb01:43
artyxIs there a common xrdp gotcha that i'm just missing?  It fails to attach to a locked screen, it fails to spawn a wm01:45
leftyfbartyx: I would suggest x11vnc or teamviewer01:48
artyxleftyfb: Based on ease of setup or some performance thing?01:48
leftyfbartyx: both, and the fact that RDP is a Windows protocol which wasn't designed for linux OS's01:49
ub3g33khard to beat teamviewer, and it's ability to punch through NAT01:56
leftyfbub3g33k: it's not punching through anything. It's a tunneled service01:58
ub3g33kIt's a colloquilism...  ie, you don't need to do any port forwarding in order to have remote access to machines01:59
ub3g33kIt essentially "Punches through NAT", via a tunnel :)01:59
leftyfbub3g33k: no, it's not. It's not a direct connection between 2 parties. The remote teamviewer service acts as a middle-man for a tunneled connection.02:00
ub3g33kleftyfb: Yes, I know exactly how teamviewer works.  Thanks.02:00
leftyfbub3g33k: Then please do not misrepresent how it works to other who don't know better.02:01
ub3g33kThe colloquial expression still works, and is easy to say than explaining the technical details everytime you want to say how well it works, without opening firewall holes02:01
ub3g33kIt's an expression, it's not misleading.02:01
hggdhenough floks02:02
ub3g33kBut, I suppose I'll cede to your technical expertise.  You are very smart.02:02
hggdhub3g33k: enough02:02
* mKay_005 looking around...02:11
justaddcoffeehello again just wondering what options (recent ones) are where opening rar files, terminal is fine so is gui02:14
justaddcoffeewas thinking sudo apt-get install unrar, are there any other options02:14
leftyfbjustaddcoffee: doubleclick? unrar, unrar-free02:14
justaddcoffeeusing a version based on debian but not 'ubuntu' what does ubuntu use by default02:16
justaddcoffeeim on parrot atm and dont really wna reboot logout02:16
leftyfbjustaddcoffee: sorry, we only support ubuntu here02:17
justaddcoffeethanks all the same02:17
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OneManHateGroupOMG... I can't install packages because of dpkg not being able to remove android-androresolvd.... I have read all of the posts that I could find about fixing broken packages, but I cannot get rid of "held" packages03:10
OneManHateGroupPlease tell me what outputs I need to pastebin so that I can get pointed in the right direction.03:11
Bashing-omOneManHateGroup: A start is to see ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt full-upgrade ' in a pastebin.03:12
OneManHateGroupapt-get update https://pastebin.com/rnGaEAU303:16
fosslinuxOneManHateGroup: pastbin of apt-get -f install03:16
OneManHateGroupapt-get upgrade https://pastebin.com/jXwX1dvh03:17
Bashing-omOneManHateGroup: "jessie" - you need to be talking to debian.03:19
OneManHateGroupI'm actually on Devuan03:21
OneManHateGroupthanks y'all03:21
linuxtermanyone see this message04:08
pntaylorlinuxterm: erm, yes04:08
linuxtermi am running ubuntu on my android phone04:09
linuxtermi sent the message to see if hexchat would work04:11
jackapparently it does04:11
linuxtermi kg04:13
linuxtermi guess i can use hexchat04:14
lotuspsychjewelcome atheodo04:22
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Randunehi all...I'm looking for a good reliable raid controller for linux (ubuntu) so I can run a raid 1 on it..(only 2 drives)..anyone have any suggestions? I'm thinking either an ASM1061R based card, or an LSI card potentially04:56
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EickmeyerRandune: I have no idea, but I'd suggest checking in ##hardware.04:57
\dev\cachehi anyone around here setup a vpn server on ubuntu?04:58
Eickmeyer\dev\cache: I've done it, but only in a docker image. I could link you to a guide if that's the route you might go.04:59
paul___hello world04:59
Eickmeyerpaul___: Do you have a support question?05:00
paul___im lost05:00
Eickmeyer!chat | paul___05:00
ubottupaul___: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!05:00
paul___how do Iknow if a chan is full?05:00
Eickmeyerpaul___: That would be a question to ask #freenode. I don't think channels typically are full, though.05:01
paul___where is the pane that lists the users?05:02
Eickmeyerpaul___: That depends on your IRC client.05:02
paul___im using polari05:02
Eickmeyerpaul___: That's something I know about. In the upper-right-hand corner you'll see a number. Click on that. That's your user list.05:02
\dev\cacheEickmeyer: im scared of using docker lmao05:09
asphyxiahi friends, any simple tricks to get 18.04 waking from suspend on any key?05:09
asphyxiaI can't find any fixes online except for two with like one upvote on SO05:10
guivercasphyxia, i don't know, but I suspect it's hardware specific.  I have boxes that will wake on key-press on 'live' images (qa-testing), yet other boxes require power button to achieve same thing (unless it's ps2/usb or something I didn't notice)05:19
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gottI managed to run "apt purge"05:46
gottThings are behaving wierd...05:46
guivercdude, if you have a Ubuntu Support question, ask it (try and keep to a single line if possible, pastebinit if necessary, and be patient waiting for a repsonse, people will respond when they can)06:01
dudehow do you download minecraft on ubuntu?06:01
dudethats m06:01
guivercgott, 'weird' isn't very descriptive; more details may help people to understand your issue & better respond06:02
guivercdude, a quick (startpage) search yielded loads of responses, the only official one I saw was https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallMinecraft147  (rather old) & a few snaps available in snapstore; but I know nothing about minecraft sorry06:04
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jiggawattzI vote for Elusive Eel07:44
jiggawattzfor 19.1007:44
jiggawattzhas that been decided yet ?07:44
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lotuspsychje!rootirc | seliot_u-199108:06
ubottuseliot_u-1991: It's not technically our business, but we'd like to tell you that IRC'ing as root is a Very Bad Idea (tm). After all, doing anything as root when root is not needed is bad, and especially bad with software that connects to the Internet.08:06
seliot-u-1991mr.robot eliot where are u now?08:15
niee_hi folks, anyone to help me please? how to control my cpu fun. any program or script ? my temp is very high08:20
lotuspsychjeniee_: what temp is your cpu?08:20
niee_90 C`08:21
lotuspsychjeniee_: then something else is wrong, not ubuntu related08:21
lotuspsychjeniee_: you might wanna open your computer and see whats going on, check bios fan control08:21
guivercniee_, i'd check your bios; i've a box which allows BIOS setting to override OS control of fan (so as to make box quiet, it's a problem though in summer)08:22
guiverc(a 2nd to lotuspsychje's suggestion)08:22
lotuspsychjeniee_: vacuum clean cpu fan might also be a good idea08:23
niee_yes. i clean and change termal past. ok.08:24
niee_guiverc, I think it will not be the bioS to control the blades. this is an old model laptop08:26
gt8ost4ldoes anybody know hoe to delete a app installed by ubuntu make?08:26
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Farisgt8ost4l, maybe that makefile has a "uninstall" or "remove" task?08:33
gt8ost4lFaris: link?08:36
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guivercgt8ost4l, `make` implies to me compile from source; as Faris suggested you need to check the source you are using to see if it has an uninstall step; otherwise you just reverse it's 'make'  (which means you need to look at what how it installed; the programmer will decide how this was done)08:47
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jackwhat nickname does 18.10 have?10:45
jackwas that "cosmic"?10:45
mwsbYeah, Cosmic Cuttlefish10:46
jackk, thx :)10:46
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jackwhat's next? diabolic dingo?10:47
jackor drowsy donkey10:47
mwsbDisco Dingo10:48
jackoh ok - thx10:48
jackprevious e was edgy eft, iirc10:48
jackbut this time?10:49
jackextatic empath? :P10:49
mwsb19.10 hasn't been named yet as far as I am aware10:50
jackwe'll see :)10:50
pkunkHow do I configure netplan to work in "server mode". i.e interfaces are expected to be Always up if they are detected10:57
pkunkI would like to disable the link detection so that any configured interfaces are always assigned IP's. This is a server so I know how to handle the routing etc.10:57
tomreyn/join #ubuntu-server11:00
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BluesKajHowdy folks11:08
JonelethIrenicushow can i remove a software source and all its packages?11:13
JonelethIrenicusnot a ppa11:13
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ubottuTo purge all removed but not yet purged packages, use the following command: dpkg -l | awk '/^rc/{print $2}' | sudo xargs dpkg -P11:23
BluesKaj!apt purge11:24
tomreyn!ppa-purge | JonelethIrenicus11:34
ubottuJonelethIrenicus: To disable a PPA from your sources and revert your packages back to default Ubuntu packages, install ppa-purge and use the command: « sudo ppa-purge ppa:<repository-name>/<subdirectory> » – For more information, see http://www.webupd8.org/2009/12/remove-ppa-repositories-via-command.html11:34
tomreyni think you can use it with non PPAs by specifying -s, -o and -p11:35
JonelethIrenicustomreyn: so ppa purge can remove software sources that aren't PPAs?11:43
JonelethIrenicustalking specifically about my CUDA software source from nvidia for 16.0411:43
JonelethIrenicusafter i upgraded i still had the debs installed11:43
JonelethIrenicusnow it is giving me issues so i was trying to remove everything it installed11:43
BluesKajso can apt purge packagename11:43
JonelethIrenicusBluesKaj: know an easy way to get a list of packages in the software source?11:44
JonelethIrenicuseven better packages installed11:44
BluesKajapt list , but there might less verbose options with that command11:46
BluesKajJonelethIrenicus, or your gui package manager11:47
JonelethIrenicusBluesKaj: hmm ok i will try and figure it out11:47
JonelethIrenicusBluesKaj: thanks11:49
BluesKajnp, hope you find what you're looking for11:49
paapt-get -f install wants to remove a package12:22
pabecause it has unmet deps12:22
pahow can i put that package in ignore?12:23
lotuspsychjepa: did you add external ppa's to your system?12:23
paso that it doesnt get removed && doesn't make apt complain12:23
palotuspsychje: perhaps. but i installed this package manually12:23
paignoring deps or somehting i dont remember12:23
pathe pkg works as expected, so i'd like to leave it there12:23
lotuspsychjepa: check your sources.list first, cleanout external ppa's with !ppapurge12:23
lotuspsychje!sources | pa12:24
ubottupa: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.12:24
leftyfbpa: which package? Please pastebin the entire error message after running apt-get install -f12:24
paif i run apt-get -f install, it wants to remove that package12:25
paand nothing else12:25
leftyfbpa: please pastebin the ENTIRE message12:25
pathat is the entire message12:25
leftyfbpa: what version of ubuntu?12:26
paleftyfb: it's a 14.04 where i manually installed (dpkg) this package from a newer version.12:26
leftyfbpa: apt-cache policy libqt5core5a12:26
paas i wrote, the pkg works just fine12:27
leftyfbthere's your problem12:27
leftyfbthe package should be removed12:27
paso i'd like to keepit12:27
paput it in some sort of ignore12:27
leftyfbpa: libqt5core5a 5.9 isn't supported on 14.04.12:28
leftyfbpa: also, 14.04 will be unsupported in 2 weeks12:28
lotuspsychje!mix | pa12:28
ubottupa: it is usually a very bad idea to mix packages from different releases (or Linux distributions), and it is completely unsupported12:28
pait's true, but it's also unneeded12:28
pai mean12:28
pathe pkg depends on that  thing12:28
pabut even if i did not install it, it works as expected12:28
leftyfbpa: what package relies on libqt5core5a 5.9?12:29
lotuspsychje!info breeze-gtk-theme trusty12:29
ubottuPackage breeze-gtk-theme does not exist in trusty12:29
pathat is why i backported it12:29
leftyfbpa: that's not backported12:30
pawell, in the sense i installed a version for a later ubuntu release12:30
leftyfbpa: you're running an unsupported package on a soon to be unsupported version of ubuntu12:30
pathis is true. The question, however, is, how to ignore a package that apt thinks is conflicting in this way12:30
pais it possible?12:31
leftyfbpa: I would highly suggest you forget about trying to get an unsupported theme to work on your install and focus on getting it upgraded to something that will be supported for a while. At least 16.04, but I'd recommend 18.0412:31
paleftyfb: the unsupported theme works just fine, as i wrote above12:32
lotuspsychjepa: apt wants to do the right think by default, if you do something youre not supposed to, apt will try to fix12:32
paso everything is fine with the system, i just want to silence apt12:32
blackflowpa: you modified the .deb?12:33
leftyfbpa: everything is fine with your system(it's not) so you want to break apt?12:33
palotuspsychje: that is true, i'm not swearing against apt12:33
pablackflow: hmmm.. perhaps.. i can't remember now..12:33
blackflowpa: you said you backported12:33
blackflowdid you build a .deb or by "backported" you mean you pulled in from another repo12:34
pai think i removed some deps? i am not sure, let me see if i still have it in /tmp12:34
leftyfbblackflow: they installed the dpkg manually. For some reason they consider that "backported"12:34
blackflowyeah, no. if you modified the .deb and built it, it has the "Provides" directive which could solve your issue12:34
blackflow(which is not supported here in #ubuntu, just saying you have that option)12:34
leftyfbpa: By installing they theme, you have broken your system. Apt is constantly trying to repair it and you want to prevent apt from doing so. Sorry, you're not going to get help with that here. Good luck12:35
blackflowpa: build a snap of it instead12:35
raverYep broken apt system is bad12:35
lotuspsychjepa: and as leftyfb stated, instead of playing on 14.04 still, try to upgrade/clean install a newer ubuntu version12:36
raverWhy not extract deb content and install by hand12:36
palotuspsychje: im trying to do that too12:36
leftyfbraver: please don't12:36
blackflowraver: no. build a snap of it, if you have to build something "by hand"12:36
lotuspsychjepa: its reccomended before you upgrade, you dont have apt issues12:36
raverSnap is new to me12:36
blackflowbuilding a snap should be a breeze. https://docs.snapcraft.io/snap-documentation/378112:36
lotuspsychjepa: so just forget your breeze theme, upgrade then play again on xenial/bionic12:37
leftyfbblackflow: I don't think building a snap for 14.04 is the best use of resources12:37
raverMostly i get the source and compile by my own if there aren't any good ppa12:37
blackflowtough crowd.   ahem.....   building a snap (of breeze gtk theme)    should be a BREEZE.   get it? no? hmm?   bah.12:37
blackflowleftyfb: well snaps are crossplatform so usable on any 'buntu version12:38
pablackflow: cant find that deb anymre. Probably it's not this one i repackaged12:38
leftyfbblackflow: not on 14.04 in 2 weeks12:38
blackflowleftyfb: but exactly the same snap is installable on xenial or bionic, my point.12:38
blackflowas in, it's not a waste of anything.12:38
panow i found it12:39
pano i havent changed it12:39
pai could do it12:39
palet me double check that approach you mentioned :-)12:39
leftyfbblackflow: xenial and bionic already have the breeze-gtk-theme available. No need to build a snap for it12:39
pa(thanks btw)12:39
* leftyfb sigh12:39
blackflowleftyfb: oh I thought they needed a custom package12:39
leftyfbthe lengths people go to to do the wrong thing12:39
paleftyfb: relax.. 14.04 is unsupported in 2 weeks anyway12:40
lotuspsychjeblackflow: no he was installing breeze from another ubuntu version, from who knows where12:40
pafrom packages.ubuntu.com, ofc12:40
pawhere else12:40
blackflowpa: I think lotuspsychje meant "who knows which ubuntu release"12:41
lotuspsychjeno i meant where actually :p12:42
jack14.04? was "trusty", right?12:43
leftyfbalso, the package cannot be backported properly anyway, it's only available in the universe repos in bionic and newer12:43
leftyfbjack: yes12:43
lotuspsychjejack: is, yes12:43
etronikHi all, my xfce session under 18.04 LTS started showing me two blank screens on my 2 monitors / how do I recover from that  ? TIA12:45
pablackflow: thank you :-*12:45
pajust editing control was enough actually12:45
paah shit... i have to re-modify the theme though12:46
blackflowmind your klingon pls.12:46
etronikahah "mind your klingon".. love it !12:47
payeah that togglebutton-active.png was killing my eyes12:49
etronik18.04 is really bad vs 16.04 for watching streaming video - lots of stutters that were totally absent on 16.04 - any way to improve this on 18.04 saving from going back to 16.04 ?13:07
leftyfbetronik: install the proper video drivers13:08
etronikI only have that integrated Intel video chip...13:09
etroniknot sure if specific drivers exist for them13:09
BluesKajetronik, which player ?13:12
etronikI dunno, integrated into browser... youtubes, etc13:12
etronikdifferent players I guess...13:13
BluesKajdoes it stutter with vlc playing a video on you drive?13:14
BluesKajnot in a browser13:14
etronikhmm haven't tried that actually13:18
etronikbut it was not the network if you want to exclude that...13:19
etronikbecause from gnome to xfce... it improved quite a bit13:19
BluesKajthe internet has to be eliminated tho13:20
etronikok, so I was not getting any stuuters on my tablet for example... for the very same content, on the same day13:21
jacketronik: my first idea would be to renice the browser13:22
jackmight help :)13:22
etronikwhy would one need to renice the browser when that was not needed under 16.04 unity ? I mean...13:23
causativeI can't seem to record any sound from my speakers when using Kazam or SimpleScreenRecorder to record a screencast.  tried all different audio inputs on SimpleScreenRecorder, none worked, Kazam has only one choice of audio input which doesn't work13:23
etronikit was only after I upgraded to 18.04 and noticing the issues that I saw that it's sort of a known issue with gnome... why don't we get  warned before we upgrade ?13:24
causativeoh wait maybe I fixed it13:24
mernilioHi, Can anyone say hi to me? .. Just for a test13:37
mernilioan non-intrusive test13:38
jiggawattzmernilio: kindly stfu13:39
merniliojiggawattz, despite your bad language, thanx!13:39
tomreynthis is really the place to carry out any testing. please od it elsewhere.13:40
mernilioI know, this is the core/kernel team...13:41
Invader_Borkhi, is there a way to get all the wallpapers from the past releases?13:42
tomreynnot really asupport question, please ask in #ubuntu-offtopic13:42
mernilioahh ^^ there is my place to be i suppose13:42
Invader_Borktomreyn, i'll move over there then, sorry for ot13:43
tomreynno worries.13:44
mernilioI cant join them? ubuntu-offtopic13:44
mernilioI dont care so much. You guys are nice also13:45
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mernilioBut let me tell you about my biggest consern now. I simply cant get ndiswrappers to work. And i have had it working years ago, but with my spare cisco-wireless skitty network card. I have reached to an end.13:48
mernilioNot your fault, and i dont want any help. But it is frustrationg.13:49
jeremy31mernilio: ndiswrapper is garbage13:49
merniliojeremy31, I totally agree with you!13:49
jeremy31mernilio: If there is actually no linux module for that wifi card, get an Intel 7260 wifi13:50
mernilioI know it's the chipset that matters. And others then that, i think Ralink drivers i used in the past works very well.13:51
mernilioI bought a Cisco wireless usb-card years ago because it is a major company. I thougth i a was safe, but not... Never again! I probally need to buy a new one with native support from linux.13:55
merniliojatt, wb13:57
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ill`irie<3 Ubuntu14:05
ndayalanI share my phone's internet connection via USB and the state of network is connected, but internet is not working. How to resolve?14:11
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donofriohow do I skip and mask out this time delay? http://paste.opensuse.org/view//57328377 - inxi @ http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/7rZbHCW2Mn/14:13
jlimwhats up14:13
donofrioand how do I get another account into suders, like I started with user, incase this notebook got stolen, then I create my donofrio account but I cannot do any apt-get without su - user then apt-get....ugh me lol14:15
ndayalanubottu: Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS, I used the command "nmcli device" and it result "ethernet connected".14:17
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ducassedonofrio: just add the user to the sudo group, and it will have sudo privileges14:18
tomreynndayalan: does nmcli also show this interface as configured?14:19
jlimuse ALl14:22
ndayalantomreyn: how to check that?14:22
donofrioducasse, I can but what is weird right now is no-one is listed just "ALL" everywhere, so what magic makes user about to sudo but donofrio cannot?14:22
tomreynndayalan: you open a terminal, type "nmcli" (without the quotatio marks), press enter, and inspect the output.14:22
deadromlaptop on dock, lid closed: boots, then both external screens go dark. i flip the lid up - device has shut down14:22
deadromBIOS is told to init on 1st external, so what the flying fuck is ubuntu doing there14:23
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jlimhow 19.04? I haven't gotten around to trying it yet.14:23
tomreyn!ubuntu+1 | jlim14:24
ubottujlim: Disco Dingo is the codename for Ubuntu 19.04 - Support only in #ubuntu+114:24
ducassedeadrom: you should have this line in /etc/sudoers: %sudo   ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL14:24
deadrom“There is no such thing as a dirty word. Nor is there a word so powerful, that it's going to send the listener to the lake of fire upon hearing it.” - Frank Zappa14:24
ndayalantomreyn: it output the usage of nmcli command, not regarding the network14:25
jlimusername   ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL14:25
jlimshould be added14:25
ducassedeadrom: sorry, bad tab expand14:25
ducassedonofrio: you should have this line in /etc/sudoers: %sudo   ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL14:25
leftyfbdonofrio: as you were told, add them to the sudoers group14:25
jlim<username> ALL=(ALL;ALL) ALL14:26
leftyfbjlim: that is not how you add a user to the sudoers group14:26
donofrioI know that, just why can 'user' do it right now when he is not listed in that conf14:26
leftyfbdonofrio: Add them to the sudoers GROUP14:27
donofriothat's it...I'll check tnx14:27
donofriogroups = magic lol14:27
donofriodon't mind me14:27
tomreynndayalan: ah sorry, this must differ on 16.04 then, i tried on 18.04. try "nmcli" + "g", + "n", + "r", + "c" and + "d" then.14:27
tomreyn!paste| ndayalan14:28
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donofriook added me to all groups that user was in, now when I try apt-get from donofrio it says I need to be added to sudoers (but again user is not listed only stock defaults from install)14:30
leftyfbdonofrio: log out and back in14:31
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tomreynndayalan: did you actually enable tethering via usb on the phone?14:36
donofrioleftyfb, logged and then back on and my sudo apt-get still says "donofrio is not listed in suders" (but user is not listed as well, still wondering how that works)14:38
ndayalantomreyn: yes and I will paste the result of the command in short while14:38
jeremy31ndayalan: can you ping
ndayalanjeremy31: yes14:40
jeremy31ndayalan: but fails trying to ping google.com14:40
ndayalanjeremy31: jeremy31 it also ping google.com14:41
ndayalanpastebinit nmcli g14:44
tomreynndayalan: do you have multiple network connections configured on this computer?14:46
ndayalantomreyn: no14:47
jackfakeroot_1.23 fails too14:48
tomreynndayalan: if you only have the usb tethering one but "ping" to both an ipv4 address ( and a fully qualified domain name (google.omc) works and reports that as many packets were received as there were sent, then there is no problem, and you don't need to post the nmcli output.14:48
jackLast 15 lines from /home/jack/.cache/Homebrew/Logs/fakeroot/03.patch:14:49
jack2019-04-13 16:45:49 +020014:49
jackpatch < patch-for-wraptmpf-h14:49
jackpatching file wraptmpf.h14:49
jackHunk #1 FAILED at 575.14:49
jack1 out of 1 hunk FAILED -- saving rejects to file wraptmpf.h.rej14:49
tomreyn!paste | jack14:49
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tomreynyou were just silenced, sill be able to speak again shortly14:49
tomreyn!who | jack14:49
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maximCHHi... I'm trying to automate a ubuntu install using preseed and want to have minimal installation. I do have "ubiquity ubiquity/minimal_install boolean true" in the preseed file but seems that it's still installing everything. Is there someone here that has good experience with preseed installing?14:51
ndayalantomreyn: I see the following in browser log - "ERROR:ssl_client_socket_impl.cc(1129)] handshake failed; returned"14:52
tomreynndayalan: an ssl / tls handshake failed, meaning the web browser you're using and the server you had it connect to coul dnot agree on a common encryption scheme.14:53
tomreynndayalan: which web browser are you using? what does     lsb_release -ds   output?14:54
leftyfbdonofrio: what version of ubuntu?14:54
ndayalantomreyn: qutebrowser14:54
tomreyn!info qutebrowser xenial14:55
ubottuPackage qutebrowser does not exist in xenial14:55
qweurttutyhow to start usb flash with the option noatime? https://screenshots.firefox.com/0gTXQm6FEIjiST7C/null , https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/49MStCXzhg/14:55
qweurttutyubuntu-mate 1914:55
tomreynndayalan: does it work with a supported browser?14:55
ndayalantomreyn: lsb_release -ds output: Ubuntu 16.04.6 LTS14:56
tomreynndayalan: try with firefox or chromium-browser14:56
leftyfbqweurttuty: Ubuntu 19.04 is not released or supported yet14:57
ubottuDisco Dingo is the codename for Ubuntu 19.04 - Support only in #ubuntu+114:58
ndayalantomreyn: I also checked with w3m, but it result as "Can't load duckduckgo.com"14:58
leftyfb!ubuntu+1 | qweurttuty14:58
ubottuqweurttuty: please see above14:58
tomreynndayalan: not a very helpful error message, is it? so what about the web browsers i cuggested? if you'd like to use something more light-weight, try curl insteat15:00
donofrioleftyfb, pinxi @ http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/7rZbHCW2Mn/15:04
tomreynndayalan: also, what's the output of:  apt-cache policy w3m | grep -i installed:15:04
leftyfbdonofrio: type: groups15:05
donofrioleftyfb, "user adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lxd lpadmin sambashare"15:05
leftyfbdonofrio: ok, you're in the sudoers group15:06
ndayalantomreyn: it outputs "Installed: 0.5.3-26ubuntu0.2"15:06
donofrioleftyfb, mybad "donofrio adm cdrom plugdev lxd lpadmin sambashare15:06
leftyfbdonofrio: ok, then as you can see, you're NOT in the sudoers group15:06
donofrioI'll check that sudo group again...15:06
leftyfbdonofrio: how are you adding yourself to the sudo group?15:07
ndayalantomreyn: neither firefox nor chromium installed in my machine15:07
tomreynndayalan: well, you could install them. ;-) is curl installed?15:09
donofrioleftyfb, that was the missing group (dunno how I missed that one) #facepalm15:09
ndayalantomreyn: isn't w3m should work fine?15:10
tomreynndayalan: yes, i'm just preparing to test this in a VM15:12
tomreynndayalan: w3m 'only' gets community support, though, whereas firefox is fully supported by the ubuntu sercurity team15:13
tomreynso is curl15:14
qweurttutyDo you think if I do the same at 18.04, then I will see in the console with command mount for usb flash with the same settings in the disks, will I see the noatime for usb flash?15:14
tomreynndayalan: also wget15:14
tomreyn!who | qweurttuty15:14
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wonderworldqweurttuty: how do you mount? mount /dev/usbdrive   /home/mnt   ext4   defaults,noatime   0 2 would mount with noatime.15:16
tomreynwonderworld: no15:17
tomreynthat's an fstab line, not a mount command15:17
tomreynqweurttuty: the "mount" command would show that a file system was mounted with the "noatime" option, if that was the case. yes.15:18
qweurttutywon ... did you see my screenshot URL?15:18
wonderworldsorry, tom is right of course.....15:19
qweurttutymount trought program disks15:19
Ekasihi all15:20
wonderworldmount -o defaults,noatime /dev/usbdrive /home/mnt15:20
Ekasiam trying to install amd drivers and is giving me prob lams15:21
Ekasipls help am using amd HD 545015:21
tomreyn!details | hi ekasi15:22
ubottuhi ekasi: Please elaborate; your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information; for example, we might need errors, steps, relevant configuration files, Ubuntu version, and hardware information. Use a !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel.15:22
Ekasiam new here15:22
wonderworldqweurttuty: hmm, what filesystem is on the usb?15:22
Ekasiubottu: ok i will15:22
ubottuEkasi: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)15:22
OerHeksEkasi, i have such GPU too, it uses open radeon, that is fine, no need to install anything15:22
Ekasiubottu: lol ok15:23
tomreynEkasi: is there something which doesn't work properly?15:23
wonderworldyou need to check if exfat-fuse supports noatime15:23
EkasiOerHeks: ok think you15:23
OerHeksexfat-fuse does support noatime.15:24
qweurttutyexfat-fuse lazytime?15:25
wonderworldqweurttuty: you could try to manualy mount from console with -v verbose option and check if you see any errors15:26
qweurttuty<OerHeks> say: exfat-fuse does support noatime15:27
qweurttutybug: and incorrect mounting if the name of the USB flash "USB FLASH" https://screenshots.firefox.com/XN5oaLDsbRYbspCv/null15:35
qweurttutymaybe bug15:35
donofriois there a deluser to match adduser?15:37
ducassedonofrio: tias?15:40
OerHeksa name in a label..?15:42
OerHekserr a space in the name of a label?15:42
donofrioSo everytime I reboot my notebook I get a unwanted 5 min delay before the desktop comes up, how do I skip and mask out this time delay? http://paste.opensuse.org/view//57328377 - inxi @ http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/7rZbHCW2Mn/15:46
qweurttutyname lable for usb flash name: "USB FLASH" two words15:46
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qweurttuty"USB FLASH" trought a space, but mount from media "USB FLASH"- ok15:49
tomreyndonofrio: once it finished booting, review your systemd journal (journalctl -b) to see what took the "Raise network interfaces" start job so long.15:52
etronikhow do I reset my xfce settings on 18.04 ? I'm getting blank screen upon login15:53
tomreyndonofrio: also install any pending updates and reboot15:53
tomreynetronik: try by recursively deleting ~/.cache first15:54
etroniktomreyn: will do, thanks, might that affect other stuff or is exclusively xfce?15:55
tomreynetronik: this might affect other stuff in that it may take a bit longer to start the next (one) time.15:56
tomreyni don't know exactly where xfce stores its configuration (probably somewhere in ~/config/). unless someone else knows here, you could also ask in #xubuntu. or create a new user account, login using this new account, then compare its ~/.config to that of your previously existing account15:57
etroniktomreyn: so I deleted xfce4 under .cache and... now upon login I have... a momentary black window for less than a second, then I'm back at the login window again15:59
tomreynetronik: so this doesn't seem to have fixed it, yet, i'd say, and you need to consider the other options i suggested.16:00
etronikasking in xfce16:01
donofriotomreyn, it's an ethernet check I believe and I'll never be using this ibook on hardline16:09
tomreyndonofrio: what does "use on hardline" mean (i fouy mea "regular use", how is this relevant here)?16:12
tomreyn*if you16:12
tomreyndonofrio: see also https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PowerPCFAQ16:16
donofrioethernet wire = hardline.... the issue is the ethernet is tyring to get dhcp address for 5 min "dhclient[835]: DHCPDISCOVER on enP1p32s15f0 to port 67 interval 17 (xid=0x61583f9)"16:17
donofrioI guess I should ask, what command would turn off enP1p32s15f0 till I turn it back on16:17
tomreynyou could configure it statically in network manager, or disable this NIC there.16:19
donofrionothing like redhat has - ifcfg enp1p32s15f0 down?16:19
analogicalI want me some 19.04 right now!16:21
OerHeksanalogical, you can, 19.04 beta16:21
ubottuUbuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) will be the 30th release of Ubuntu, scheduled for April 2019 (<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseSchedule#>). It will be supported for nine months.16:21
donofrioanalogical, "soon'ish" - it's the 20.04 release next year I look forward to...16:22
donofriotomreyn, no need to assign it an ip (it's already getting one after 5 min timeout "avahi-autoipd(enP1p32s15f0)[1177]: Successfully claimed IP address") looking for "how do I disable enP1p32s15f0?"16:26
pragmaticenigmadonofrio: tomreyn already told you how to disable it... that's all there is to offer16:27
donofriooh and "hardline" is a matrix reference....16:27
pragmaticenigmadonofrio: Understand that not everyone is familiar with pop culture references. It is best to call things by their actual names to avoid confusion16:28
donofriopragmaticenigma, you guys use gui too much, real (at least for now - proper answer should have been "sudo ifconfig enP1p32s15f0 down") just sayin ;)16:30
pragmaticenigmadonofrio: ifconfig is deprecated in later versions of Ubuntu. that is why it wasn't offered16:31
www-isbuu-comhttp://www.isbuu.com problem help mi16:31
donofriodepricated....ugh so it's an ifaddr switch now?16:31
qwebirc94826How can i make an excecutable file to run a terminal command?16:32
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donofrioeven with an autoset ip assigned to the interface it's still stalling on restart ;(17:00
donofriojust says "A start job is running for Raise network interfaces (2min 39s/5min 15s)17:01
tomreyni told you this an hour ago: <tomreyn> donofrio: once it finished booting, review your systemd journal (journalctl -b) to see what took the "Raise network interfaces" start job so long.17:02
cyp3ddoes ubuntu 18.04 LTS have a good snap corner?17:08
cyp3dseems like default is only half of the vertical17:08
cyp3dneeds quarters17:08
pragmaticenigma!enter | cyp3d17:08
ubottucyp3d: Please try and keep as much of your info as possible on ONE line - easier to follow for everyone.17:08
pragmaticenigmacyp3d: This channel is intended to provide support for Ubuntu and it's flavors. For recommendations and polls, please consider using #ubuntu-offtopic. Also, google returns this result: https://askubuntu.com/a/108903317:10
cyp3dsorry & thanks pragmaticenigma17:11
DeleriumGood afternoon guys - hoping I have an easy one... I've just upgraded my home ubuntu server to Bionic Beaver but since the upgrade all programs will not accept incoming connections (apache, mysql.. even teamviewer). I have disabled ufw and this has no impact. I can actually ssh into the box without an issue. Really pulling my hair out at this stage - anyone have any pointers?17:19
pragmaticenigmaDelerium: You may need to check the config files of those application/daemons. MySQL default config does not allow external connections. I'm not certain about apache though17:19
pragmaticenigmaDelerium: Also, there is #ubuntu-server channel which may provide better support for your situation. This channel tends to focus mostly on the Desktop side17:20
Deleriumyes you're right about the config files - these did reset and i thought i'd fixed them.17:20
Deleriumits very odd that the teamviewer install (even when uninstalled and reinstalled) does not respond either though17:21
Delerium(Appreciate your hint on the other channel as well - will try there)17:21
pragmaticenigmaDelerium: If using packages, make sure to -purge them ... sometimes old config files might be sprinkled else where17:22
fakezxis anyone there?17:24
pragmaticenigmaDelerium: If you have a spare machine or virtual machine, I would spin that up with a fresh install and see if it also has issues17:24
pragmaticenigma!ask | fakezx17:24
ubottufakezx: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience17:24
atheodoi am having a bit of trouble with installing mysql on my ubuntu box17:26
pragmaticenigma!ask  | atheodo17:26
ubottuatheodo: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience17:26
atheodoi dont get a prompt to choose a root password17:26
fakezxok got that17:27
atheodoso when I try to get in the server, I am locked out17:27
pragmaticenigmaatheodo: MySQL comes configured to not use a password on root. This is by design to harden the server against remote attacks.17:27
atheodoso when it asks for root password, do i just hit enter after install17:27
pragmaticenigmaatheodo: no17:27
Deleriumpragmaticenigma: whats your thinking with a fresh install - seems a little extreme at this stage?17:27
ZuverinkIve got an issue with my bootsplash. While booting it displays only purple, no logo, though it displays correctly son shutdown. Is there someone who can help me?17:27
pragmaticenigmaDelerium: That's why i recommended on spare hardware or in a vm... just a verification17:28
pragmaticenigmaatheodo: you login via "sudo mysql" and then create a new user with your desired password.17:29
atheodoi did secure install afterwards, set a password but it still won't let me in17:29
atheodojust sudo mysql no qualifiers after install17:29
pragmaticenigmaatheodo: Mysql server is also bound to by default. You have to modify the configuration to if you want to access mysql server from another machine17:29
pragmaticenigmaZuverink: Does the machine boot?17:30
pragmaticenigmaZuverink: That is, are you able to get to the desktop and use your applications?17:30
atheodoif i do ssh from another machine, does that account as remote, or local?17:30
atheodoi thought ssh counts as local17:30
Zuverinkpragmaticenigma, It does, its all cosmetic.  Just the bootsplash, once login screen its fine17:31
tomreynatheodo: the mysql root account is not the same as the system root account.17:31
atheodowill do a fresh install and will try that17:32
atheodoalso want to install appache17:32
pragmaticenigmaZuverink: You could tinker with it, but that might lead to other issues. I would just use the machine if it were me. The issue is the modesetting isn't happening fast enough at boot or not being detected properly by the kernel and thus Ubuntu is unable to render the image. The fix is to setup grub to have the screen size. Minor issue of this is if you change screen sizes, add monitors, things to start to act weird17:32
tomreynatheodo: you can run this as a normal (restricted) system user to access a mysql server as mysql user 'root': mysql -u root      if you need to authenticate with a password, add the -p option to this command.17:32
pragmaticenigmatomreyn: MySQL default setup doesn't allow root login without running mysql as root user.17:33
pragmaticenigmatomreyn: mysql-client that is17:33
Zuverinkpragmaticenigma, again all cosmetic and I agree its not worth it. THank you.17:34
fakezxis anyone fimiliar with qemu?17:34
ubottuPlease don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience17:34
fakezxi've got some troblem of setting bridge network in qemu.i dont know how to configure it.17:35
pragmaticenigma!es | ceibal17:36
ubottuceibal: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.17:36
ceibalnecesito ayuda17:36
ceiballos zomvis bienen17:36
ckopnhi, Is there small mp3 player like winamp and not snap?17:42
wondowsman my cursor is randomly freezing... this is unnaceptable17:42
ckopnor maybe with cli ?17:43
ckopnI have to save memory of laptop17:44
ckopnnvlc file.mp3 # vlc can do it!17:47
raverwondows: Yea I experienced this issue to on an Lenovo ThinkPad17:47
tomreynckopn: music123, mpg123, mpg321, gst123, mplayer, cvlc. xmms2 for graphical output.17:47
lotuspsychjeor oldskool amarok17:48
wondowsraver: sad17:48
wondowsit's so sad software can't be nearly perfect17:48
lotuspsychjewondows: this is not the complain channel17:48
ducasseckopn: try cmus17:49
lotuspsychjewondows: if you have an ubuntu issue, please elaborate your problem17:49
wondowslotuspsychje: I already stated the problem, but I don't think there can be a solution really17:49
wondowsgotta learn to live with it17:49
\dev\cachei know this question might be frowned upon has anyone in here setup openvpn server on ubuntu?17:50
lotuspsychjewondows: a cursor does not have an own life, if something is freezing there's a deeper cause17:50
ducasse\dev\cache: is that your actual question?17:51
tomreynpragmaticenigma: mysqld 5.6 did, maybe my info is outdated.17:52
wondowslotuspsychje: most certainly a very very deep cause that's just too difficult to understand17:52
ducassewondows: try looking at your logs at the time it freezes17:53
raverWhich logs?17:54
ducassei'd start with the system logs17:55
wondowswhat is the complain channel?17:56
ducassewondows: #test17:56
cryptodan_mobileHeat can cause a system freeze17:57
SimonNL   ^  o/\17:57
SehyoPHdHi guys18:02
lotuspsychjewelcome SehyoPHd18:02
SehyoPHdHow are you doing?18:02
lotuspsychjeSehyoPHd: good, how can we help you today?18:02
SehyoPHdI am getting ./program permission denied error,18:03
SehyoPHdDo you know a good way to solve this?18:03
pragmaticenigmawondows: The volunteers here are attempting to help you, but you also need to help them by providing and following the instructions they offer. If you need further help on that, you need to ask18:04
ducasseSehyoPHd: we need to know the command you're trying to run18:04
lotuspsychjeSehyoPHd: could you detail a bit more wich program you trying to run18:04
wondowsducasse: where are the logs?18:04
ducassewondows: use 'journalctl'18:04
SehyoPHdMy friend told me18:04
SehyoPHdI can use command18:04
SehyoPHdsudo chmod -R 777 /18:05
SehyoPHdand it will work18:05
SehyoPHdI will try it18:05
ducasseSehyoPHd: don't18:05
ducasseSehyoPHd: you don't set every file on the system to 777, that is a horrible 'solution'18:06
SehyoPHdIt was a recommended answer on stackoverflow aswell18:06
ducassewell, it's a horrible idea, the permissions are there for a reason18:06
SehyoPHdthe command is there for a reason too..18:07
tatertotsusing a shotgun to kill house flies doesn't mean you won't kill at least 1x fly LOL18:07
ducasseif so, not that reason.18:07
SehyoPHdI think I know what I am talking about18:08
lordcirth_SehyoPHd, there are very few times where setting something 777 is a good idea, let alone -R18:08
SehyoPHdI have a PhD in computer science18:08
ducasseSehyoPHd: you obviosly don't18:08
lordcirth_SehyoPHd, LOL I work with CS PhD's, I had to help one fix his computer recently18:08
lotuspsychjetatertots: only ubuntu questions here please18:08
tatertotslotuspsychje: sorry18:08
hggdhSehyoPHd: OK. You have made clear you are trolling. Now, please go elsewhere18:08
SehyoPHdIn my time, we did not have permissions.18:08
SehyoPHdAll programming I did was through punchcards that you fed the computer through the front panel18:09
ducasseSehyoPHd: ok, move on now18:09
hggdhSehyoPHd: please stop18:09
SehyoPHdI don't need a baby OS to tell me what I can do18:09
hggdhokick SehyoPHd enough is enough18:09
tatertotsthen just punch card it18:09
hggdhtatertots: feeding trolls really does not help. Please don't.18:11
wondowshow to change the folder/thumbnail icon size? ctrl+scroll changes it everywhere18:13
pragmaticenigmawondows: You cannot change an individual icon size, or the view port of a single window18:14
wondowsI mean it changes the whole system18:15
wondowsI wanna change the size in a single folder18:15
pragmaticenigmawondows: i just told you, it's not possible18:16
ubottuno, not yet out. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseSchedule18:16
wondowsreally? jesus fucking christ...18:17
pragmaticenigma!ohmy | wondows18:17
ubottuwondows: Please avoid any language that may be considered offensive, including acronyms and obfuscation of such - also see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines || The main channels are English only, for other languages, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList18:17
_Trullowhy do I get SSL ERROR 61 when connecting to my workplace? The certificate is there18:30
lordcirth__Trullo, 'openssl s_client -connect hostname:port'18:32
lordcirth_That will give you a full breakdown18:32
wondowsducasse: so I just experienced a freeze and got this in journalctl "gnome-session gave us a dead inhibitor: /org/gnome/SessionManager/Inhibitor1"18:32
_Trullohostname is the url I use to connect to the website?18:32
pragmaticenigma_Trullo: Also, I would reach out to your employer's help desk. That error message indicates an issue on their network, not your local system18:32
pragmaticenigma_Trullo: coorect18:33
_Trulloyeah, they changed a certificate and my linux machines went dead..18:33
wondowsnah that actually just seems to happen whenever the poweroff popup appears18:34
pragmaticenigma_Trullo: That's not something we can support. If you require certificates to access your employers resources, you will have to contact their help desk for assistance.18:34
wondowsI am getting freezes and nothing appears in the logs18:34
_Trulloit's a citrix error I think mostly, I have to link certs from another dir18:35
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pragmaticenigma_Trullo: Again, that is not something the volunteers in this channel will be able to help you with. You will have to contact your employers help desk.18:36
ducassewondows: that makes it really hard to pin down18:37
_Trullopragmaticenigma, understood18:37
cryptodan_mobilewondows: try a live session as a daily and see if you get freezes that will mitigate hard drive as possible causes18:38
Invader_Borkwhen trying to show the options for a gnome shell extension in gnome tweaks i get an error about missing Clutter18:55
Invader_Borkdid anyone came across a problem such as this?18:55
lotuspsychjeInvader_Bork: wich extension?18:56
Invader_Borki was digging into it's source code18:56
pragmaticenigmaInvader_Bork: ^ ^18:57
Invader_Borkmaybe it needs libclutter18:57
Invader_Borkpragmaticenigma, looking at it now18:57
Invader_Borkseems that problem was fixed by the dev18:59
Invader_Borkor were you referring to sudo apt-get install gir1.2-clutter-1.0 gir1.2-clutter-gst-3.0 gir1.2-gtkclutter-1.0 specifically?19:00
Invader_Borkpragmaticenigma ^19:00
ioriaInvader_Bork, probably, yes19:00
pragmaticenigmaInvader_Bork: Yes, I was referring to their attempt at a resolution and the resulting version conflict19:01
Invader_Borki'll install those packages and see where i get19:02
ioriaInvader_Bork, if you are on 18.04 ....19:02
ioriashould be the same, but not sure19:02
Invader_Borkthe options show up now19:04
Invader_Borkpragmaticenigma, thanks for the fix19:04
Invader_Borki wonder if those packages are installed by default on other distros19:04
iorianot the gir's19:04
Invader_Borkit doesn't mention them as dependencies on the extension page19:04
Invader_Borkor github19:05
ioriabecause it was for 16.1019:05
Invader_Borkhmm, now is there a way to make the top panel and dock transparent?19:09
OerHekstop panel? "It's easy to configure top panel transparency via a Gnome Shell extension called Dynamic Top Bar."19:10
EickmeyerOerHeks: That functionality was completely removed with 3.32 (in 19.04).19:11
EickmeyerThe extension no longer works either.19:11
EickmeyerJust FYI.19:11
Invader_Borki gues i'll have to edit the theme19:11
OerHeksoh good, i find no use of such thing19:11
EickmeyerInvader_Bork: Yeah, sorry. Upstream GNOME decided to get rid of it.19:12
OerHeksgrinn, why do you ask here, Invader_Bork , as support is strictly in #ubuntu+1?19:12
ubottuUbuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) will be the 30th release of Ubuntu, scheduled for April 2019 (<https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseSchedule#>). It will be supported for nine months.19:12
EickmeyerEr... that should be a factoid.19:12
lotuspsychjethere is Eickmeyer19:13
ubottuDisco Dingo is the codename for Ubuntu 19.04 - Support only in #ubuntu+119:13
Invader_BorkOerHeks, because i had no idea there was a different channel for upcoming releases19:13
ioriaInvader_Bork, maybe unity still has it19:13
pragmaticenigmaOerHeks: The origins of the question weren't specific to any version of Ubuntu. It wasn't until a solution for the issue that it was learned 19.04 was the version used19:13
lotuspsychjei found dconf-editor has: org/gnome/shell/dash-to-dock/transparancy-mode options19:14
Eickmeyerlotuspsychje: No longer works in 19.04.19:15
lotuspsychjeah tnx for confirm Eickmeyer19:15
Invader_Borkum, i managed to make it transparent19:17
Invader_Borkwith what lotuspsychje said19:17
Invader_Borkthe path was a bit different org/gnome/shell/extensions/dash-to-dock/transparancy-mode19:18
EickmeyerInvader_Bork: Cool. TIL19:18
Invader_Borkwhen i changed the value from default to fixed the dock became transparent19:18
lotuspsychjeInvader_Bork: yeah your path is the correct one19:18
Invader_Borkno blur though19:18
ioriaInvader_Bork, yes, the issue is about the Panel not the Dock19:24
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PkuLNXthere is someone here ??19:40
Eickmeyer!ask | PkuLNX19:41
ubottuPkuLNX: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience19:41
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RodageMRQHi.  I wish to get my GRUB updated when i play with my partitions, using gparted, for example.  Actually i do install a dummy Ubuntu to force that.  Any advice please?19:50
OerHeksgrub-update would do that, see the manual19:51
ubottuGRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub219:51
tomreynRodageMRQ: there's update-grub to update the grub menu, grub-install to put the grub boot code into place.20:03
RodageMRQtomreyn: Thanks.  Your advice do fit with what i did read but unsure...20:05
RodageMRQtomreyn: And to edit Grub?  any idea?20:06
tomreynRodageMRQ: define "edit grub"20:06
tomreynmabe describe the greater context, your use case, if it helps.20:08
RodageMRQtomreyn: Like for the first line of choices when i boot.  It shows only Ubuntu without the partition ID.  Plus, i would like to add info like (as) the label i choose for the partitiion.20:08
RodageMRQtomreyn: Plz dont hesitate to tell me if my questions are ambigous(not clear)20:09
tomreynyou would like to change the text grub displays for menu options?20:09
RodageMRQtomreyn: precisely.20:09
tomreynupdate-grub is a script which puts together the menu and these texts from various sources. have a look at it and it will explain how you can change the text displayed.20:10
Bashing-omRodageMRQ: Lots one can change for grub; you may find : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MaintenanceFreeCustomGrub2Screen of interest.20:12
tomreynactually update-grub calls grub-mkconfig, which is a script.20:12
RodageMRQtomreyn: Looks very clear.  On it.  Thanks alot :)20:13
RodageMRQBashing-om: Thanks to you.20:13
bernyrdI run memtest86+20:17
bernyrdbut at 64G of RAM it fails, keeps constantly reporting errors20:17
bernyrdthe error count quickly goes to 32767 and then rolls over20:18
bernyrdtest does not progress20:18
Meadbernyrd: you might want to go to ##hardware for the best help,  that isn't really a ubuntu specific problem20:19
tomreynthe GPL'd memtest86+ version which comes with ubuntu lacks support for some modern hardware configurations.20:21
tomreynhttps://www.memtest.org/ "LAST UPDATE : 27/09/2013"20:22
bernyrdthis is older hw20:24
bernyrdruns libreboot20:24
OerHeksmemtest.org <> memtest86.com20:26
OerHeksmemtest is pretty up2date, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/memtest86+20:27
tomreynOerHeks: apt show memtest86+ | grep ^Homepage20:28
tomreynit's version 5.0.1 from memtest.org (plus debian / ubuntu patches, I guess)20:29
OerHeksah oke20:29
OerHeksnot sure why that machine runs libreboot, but oke20:30
OerHeksand older hardware, maybe it does not support more than 32 gb, that looks like it20:31
atheodohi I am back,20:32
atheodoI did it20:32
atheodoit works beatiful now20:32
atheodoi was making a big mistake installing a second instance and then everything was getting messed up,20:32
atheodoi build the box from scratch, and i installed the database so I am all good now finally :-)20:33
cryptodan_mobileOerHeks: from memtest.org support of 2tb ram https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/THfjyxQC/Screenshot_20190413-203210_Chrome.jpg20:33
OerHekscryptodan_mobile, sure, but his mobo might not20:33
OerHeksthat would explain the jump after 3276820:34
mra90can I still use /etc/network/interfaces in ubuntu 18.04?20:36
Bashing-om!netplan | mra9020:36
ubottumra90: Netplan is a network configuration abstraction renderer which uses YAML descriptions of a network to work with either a NetworkManager or Systemd-networkd "renderer". More information at https://netplan.io/20:36
tomreynmra90: yes, but it's deprecated, and will likely be removed in future LTS releases20:36
mra90ok so I see, netplan is recommended and presumably quicker20:37
mra90Bashing-om: thanks20:37
tomreyn!releasenotes | mra9020:38
ubottumra90: For release notes of a given Ubuntu release, please refer to the 'Docs' column on the 'List of releases' table at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases20:38
Bashing-ommra90: :) .. just my bit to try and help .20:38
mra90by the way, what I try to do is to simply create LAN between my ubuntu 18.04 laptop and second one with windows 1020:38
mra90will netplan alow me to do this?20:39
jeremy31mra90: If you want sharing between the computers, you will need samba20:39
tomreynmra90: responding to your original question: sure, you can configure a static network configuration using netplan, and have it render it to either of the backends.20:40
cryptodan_mobileSamba or nfs20:40
mra90jeremy31: I would like to use just plain LAN20:41
mra90BTW, I must admit I am surprised to see dedicated website for netplan o.O20:41
Bashing-ommra90: ^^ and : https://blog.ubuntu.com/2017/12/01/ubuntu-bionic-netplan .20:41
cryptodan_mobilemra90: Google samba then Google nfs20:42
mra90Bashing-om: cryptodan_mobile  tomreyn , thank you all guys! ;]20:43
ventheHello. Im running ubuntu server on a usb hdd and after a few minutes after booting the hdd makes clicking sound. After that I can see "print_reg_error_ I/O error, dev sda, sector (different numbers)" in terminal. do you know what it might be?20:43
tomreynventhe: a broken hdd20:44
tomreynventhe: you can experiment with !smart but better just replace the disk and restore your backup20:45
tomreyn!smart | venthe20:45
ubottuventhe: smart is Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, a monitoring system for hard drives. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Smartmontools20:45
mra90but even for samba I need netplan right?20:46
cryptodan_mobileNetplan is needed for configuring network devices20:47
exellcan anyone help me with a network sharing issue, I cannot find my network shares automatically in network through my pc but I can with my laptop but they are both identical, I have samba uninstalled, and reinstalled and still nothing20:47
venthetomreyn: I though that its probably broken but after restarting it a few times it seems to hand after the similar interval. May it be something related to usb hdd spindown ?20:47
tomreynmra90: you will still need to have a way for both computerrs to communicate with each other. both physically, by means of joining them to the same phyical network (or with routers in between), and with network interface configurations on both, yes. netplan can heko you do the network interface condfiguration.20:47
tomreynheko -> help20:48
mra90tomreyn: thanks I will try to configure it20:48
mra90hope on windows end it will be possible and simple20:48
tomreynventhe: so you want to examine more thoroughly. use !smart then20:48
tomreynventhe: also check you system logs.20:49
tomreynmra90: there is ##windows if it turns out not to20:49
mra90tomreyn: heh yes I know ;]20:50
venthethank you20:50
tomreynexell: both identical how? same ubuntu release, same software installed in the same versions, connected to the same network?20:51
tomreynand neither got a firewall running?20:51
tomreynventhe: which ubuntu version and kernel version is this actually as per    nc termbin.com 9999 < <(lsb_release -ds;cat /proc/{version,cmdline};)20:55
tomreynyou can also share the "smartctl -x /dev/sda" output with us if you'd like a second opinion20:56
GSMarquisSo I have read alot on AMDGPU driver and still confused. amdgpu/amdgpu-pro that is downloadable from AMD different from what is automatic in Ubuntu 18.04?20:59
EickmeyerGSMarquis: The AMD GPU Pro driver is primarily for graphics-intensive applications (such as CAD, etc.) and is not intended for every day users.21:01
GSMarquis tried installing the pro and went well until I restarted and tried to login to desktop. The login screen would just keep coming back. I switch to terminal and removed it.21:01
exelltpmreyn: yeah, the only difference is i have plasma 5 on the desktop and lxfe on the laptop but all the gears are the same21:01
EickmeyerGSMarquis: The proprietary AMD driver doesn't offer any performance benefits over the one in the kernel. I'd just stick with the one in the kernel.21:01
* Eickmeyer also has AMD graphics21:02
GSMarquisWell I dont plan on running any video card enabled calcs.....Was trying to optimize the proton/steam setup21:02
EickmeyerGSMarquis: You won't find any improvements. It's not for gaming.21:02
GSMarquisWell Im back on the kernel enabled one. System works again. So what is the amdgpu that is downloadable from AMD, not the pro script.21:03
EickmeyerGSMarquis: I read somewhere that Valve doesn't even recommend using the amdgpu-pro driver.21:03
EickmeyerGSMarquis: It's the same thing as what's in the kernel, so I wouldn't bother.21:03
EickmeyerGSMarquis: If the -pro driver gave you issues, it's best to stay away from it.21:04
GSMarquisWell that settles that, thanks. I got a free Resident evil remake game from buying the Radeon 580x 8gig. It was delivered to me by steam account.21:05
EickmeyerNice. :)21:05
GSMarquisI have yet to get it run via steam/proton beta.21:05
EickmeyerGSMarquis: Cool. If you don't have any further support but wish to keep chatting, feel free to join #ubuntu-offtopic.21:06
GSMarquisI have trashed the win10 partition and refuse to go back. Still learning linux as I am only a few months in.21:06
GSMarquisThanks, will do. Did know I was off topic, sorry.21:06
EickmeyerAll good. :)21:07
tomreynexell: hmm, i wouldn't know then. maybe if you can show some terminal output for the smb discovery / the cifs mounts, as well as network configurations, and related system logs, we could help more.21:07
exelltemreyn: no, nothing, i tried everything i found on the first couple of pages of google, removed and totally purged samba21:09
exelltomreyn: I would need some help on where I would find these, i'm not long onto linux so i'm just verging onto intermediate21:13
tomreynexell: i'm not exactly good at samba, but maybe can opiint you in the right direction. which ubuntu version is this?   nc termbin.com 9999 < <(lsb_release -ds;cat /proc/{version,cmdline};)21:16
tomreynthis gibberish is a coimmand you can paste on a terminal window, then run by pressing enter.21:17
tomreynit should return a web address you can then post here21:17
exelltmreyn: https://termbin.com/4s41v21:19
tomreynexell: and the other computer reports similar?21:19
exelltomreyn: just trying it on the other computer21:20
exelltomreyn: https://termbin.com/m4p8  < thats the other pc21:23
tomreynexell: very similar indeed. now for network configurations: nmcli | nc termbin.com 999921:27
tomreynexell: actually dont post this21:27
tomreynexell: just tell the ip address of the samba server21:27
exelltomreyn: nothing on there about samba o_O21:30
tomreynexell: what exactly provides the network shares you are trying to access?21:32
exellone is a folder on the pc / one is a router with usb. The laptop picks up both shares, but the pc shows nothing in the network folder. just google and add new21:33
noalternativeI am having trouble with bluetooth.  The other day someone here told me to install blueman, and I did, but everytime I start it, it tells me bluz-deamon didn't start and it is probably because it can't find my bluetooth adapter.21:35
noalternativecan someone help.  I have some more problems as well.21:35
noalternativeMy pc is an Intell Compute Stick attached to a nexdock and I need bluetooth to attach the touchpad and keyboard21:36
jeremy31noalternative: post url from terminal for "(lsusb && dmesg | egrep -i 'blue|firm') | nc termbin.com 999921:36
noalternativeIt is a bay trail STCK1A32WFC stick and I am using the linuxium version of ubuntu21:37
jeremy31noalternative: linuxium is not supported here21:38
ducassenoalternative: we only support the official ubuntu releases21:40
noalternativeis there a chat for linuxium.  It is Ubuntu it has just been custom configured by the man that created linuxium21:40
noalternativeit is official ubuntu21:40
noalternativelinuxium is program that adds drivers for bay trail devices21:40
noalternativeat least some of them.21:40
noalternativejeremy31 here is my paste from the command you requested https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/F3YVGfkM8w/21:43
tomreynexell: can you  this confirmed by this :   gio list network://21:44
tomreynexell: can you  confirmed this by this command, run on both computers?   gio list network://21:44
tomreynmy engish is falling apart, but i hope you understand anyways.21:45
noalternativeHere is the linuxium website.  He is offering official versions of ubuntuhttps://linuxiumcomau.blogspot.com/21:45
tomreynnoalternative: it's either official, unmodified, or modified, not both.21:48
noalternativedo you have any suggestions as to where I can get help with this?21:48
jeremy31noalternative: no bluetooth that I see, linuxium should provide their own support21:49
tomreynnoalternative: come back when you run an unmodified ubuntu and we can look into this further.21:52
HeilpedDoes someone know how to ensure a+rwx permissions remain after updating files through other software?22:12
HeilpedI've done "chmod -R a+rwx /path", but every time a file gets changed it loses its permissions22:15
Heilpedspecifically, it goes from -rwxrwxrwx to -rw-------22:17
tomreynHeilped: what'S the "other software"?22:18
tomreynand why do you need it rwx by all?22:19
HeilpedI need apache2 to be able to access the data22:19
Heilpedwhich is in a root directory22:20
tomreynHeilped: i assume megasync runs under your personal ubuntu user account?22:21
Heilpedno it runs under root im fairly certain22:21
tatertotsexell: did you get it working?22:22
tomreynHeilped: well hopefully not.22:22
HeilpedI'm 90% certain it does, but not sure how to check22:22
HeilpedI've done this exact thing with dropbox earlier and it worked, as dropbox did not change permissions on files when they were added or updated22:23
tomreynpgrep megasync | xargs ps u22:24
Heilpedyeah root22:24
Heilpedor rather, dropbox gave files -rw-rwxr--+, which worked just fine22:25
tomreynmaybe you can change the umask of megasync22:26
tomreynbut we don't support it here, and i don't know it well (and surely wont run closed source software as root), so i'm afraid i can't help more.22:27
OerHeksi would think logically megasync would run under www-data?22:30
Heilpedrun megasync under the www-data user?22:31
OerHeksthat would avoid conflicts with your apache2 service22:31
OerHeksyou might want to reask in #ubuntu-server22:32
Heilpedim not sure how that would be possible given that you cant do "su www-data"22:32
Heilpedoh yeah ill make sure to go there22:32
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raveranyone knows when ubunu 19.04 will be officially available?23:00
pragmaticenigmaraver: This channel is operated by volunteers. We can only make an educated guess as to the release date.23:01
Bashing-omraver: The schedule calls of the 18th.23:01
raverthx :)23:01
pragmaticenigmaraver: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DiscoDingo/ReleaseSchedule23:01
jeremy31It might be April 18, or May 1823:02
padarcthen it would be 19.05 though23:02
pragmaticenigmapadarc: please don't speculate23:04
tewardraver: also #ubuntu+1 is probably the better place to ask questions about the upcoming release.23:07
\dev\cacheanyone familiar with digital ocean vps?23:51
\dev\cachei am trying to change the nameservers for it but I cant23:51
rypervenche\dev\cache: That's not really Ubuntu related. You might want to try somewhere else, like #linux.23:53
rypervenche##linux rather23:53

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