=== brainwash_ is now known as brainwash
lisbethshow can I remove a package and it's dependencies without messing up my depenency tree. Like say if I want to uninstall libre office writer03:14
kadirolisbeths, If you have no ppa i don't think you will mess with dependencies03:18
lisbethsThe last time I tried to google how to uninstall a package and all it's dependencies I ended up getting a command that deleted dependencies from other packages03:22
well_laid_lawntry uninstalling a package then removing orphans03:23
lisbethsso lets say my package is nano. I can sudo apt-get autoremove nano and it will remove nano and all the orphaned nano apckages correct?03:25
krytariklisbeths: Except that the 'autoremove' command doesn't take a package name as an argument, instead it'd be more like: "sudo apt-get purge --auto-remove <package>"03:45
lisbethsI'll try it out on a virtual machine and see if it works thank you03:58
xubuntu27wI've done a fresh install of Xubuntu 19.04 in VirtualBox using the mini.iso and selecting the Xubuntu minimal desktop option.  Clicking on any application returns the error:07:53
xubuntu27wFailed to execute child process "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/xfce4/exo-1/exo-helper-1" (No such file or directory).07:54
xubuntu27wI'm curious if anyone else has run into this issue and if I should file a bug07:55
xubuntu27wInstalling libexo-1-0 fixes the issue07:55
brainwashxubuntu27w: I've seen that one being mentioned before08:00
ubottuDebian bug 892010 in exo-utils "exo-utils: exo-preferred-applications does not run with error "exo-helper-1: not found"" [Normal,Open]08:02
xubuntu27wcool. Thanks .08:26
xubuntu27wAs long as it is known.   Kind of a bummer to get on a fresh install but definitely able to be worked around08:27
BodehHello! Need help: trying to reinstall nvidia drivers in text mode via apt-get, but proccess is freeze on extract nvidia-dkms-418. How to stop it correct and reinstall?09:25
BodehAnybody home?11:11
knomewe are all hiding in the closet11:12
xub-_-Hi, bonjour!16:28
xub-_-i've made a fresh install next to W10, everything works great.16:29
diogenes_that's expected.16:30
xub-_-I have a question: how do you remove the name (of the last login) on the connection page?16:30
xub-_-I'd like to have no name there.16:31
diogenes_you mean on lightdm?16:32
xub-_-probably that is the name16:33
xub-_-I couldn't find the configuration for that - no option to hide the (last) user name.16:34
diogenes_xub-_-, so you have several users who use the computer right? and you want make that user login field blank?16:35
diogenes_xub-_-,  you have to edit this file: /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf16:37
diogenes_uncomment the line:  greeter-hide-users=true16:37
diogenes_save, close, reboot16:37
diogenes_xub-_-, also uncomment this one:  greeter-show-manual-login = True16:38
xub-_-merci. But no such file. I do have /etc/lightdm/users.conf with hidden-users=nobody nobody4 noaccess16:42
xub-_-and user-background = false16:43
diogenes_xub-_-, ok i forot in xubuntu they do things a bit different, run: ls /etc/lightdm | nc termbin.com 999916:44
diogenes_share the link here16:44
diogenes_and the output of: ls /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.d | nc termbin.com 999916:48
xub-_-it's empty16:49
diogenes_ok then: cat /etc/lightdm/lightdm-gtk-greeter.conf | nc termbin.com 999916:50
diogenes_saint iGNUssius knows where xubuntu stores the lightdm.conf, try to look for it using this command: find / -type f 2>/dev/null | grep --color=always lightdm.conf16:56
xub-_-danke diogenes_17:02
Dragon1964good days people, I just installed 19.04 on my laptop, working great. I did notice though that it defaulted to the proprietary nvdiai driver instead of the free one, is that a bug or a new default? working great though just curious17:04
qwebirc27485I'm having trouble with logging in through the gui18:51
qwebirc27485I think I'm stuck in a bootloop18:51
qwebirc27485Hello? Anyone can help?18:54
qwebirc27485I'm having trouble logging in through the gui18:55
qwebirc27485I type my password in and it reverts back to the login screen18:55
rebabHello when I turn on my computer XFCE panel doesn't start. I temporary fixed this by pressing "CTRL+ALT+F1" and "CTRL+ALT+F6". It works but every time I turn on my pc I am doing this. I am tired of this. How can I fix it?20:35

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