IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> I was going to suggest writing a bug report but I'm not sure against what05:59
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> I sometimes have the same issue with this machine06:00
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> however, I think putting the computer to sleep will always cut off wireless06:00
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> no matter the distro or OS06:01
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Onmp314This is a #virtualbox channel?07:25
BluesKajHiyas all11:42
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logan_I just wanted to say in here, im not sure how I did it, but I found a fix for something13:16
logan_wasnt sure where to say it at, but i figure here is a good place13:16
logan_i have a soundcard, pci xonar dsx, which gets picked up as headphones, disabling pulse audio volume control13:17
logan_going into plasma audio volume settings13:17
logan_and setting CMI8788 [Oxygen HD Audio] as the default, enables the slider and keyboard fn button to work13:18
logan_muting headphones also mutes your volume, but its a nice workaround13:18
tubbydowI switched from another distro to kubuntu, but I can't get my raid1 to mount/work. I tried mdadm --assemble /dev/sda1 /dev/sdb1 but I get an error message that sdb1 is busy16:09
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> nice18:04
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> tubbydow - this doesn't sound like a specifically Kubuntu issue to me18:04
IrcsomeBot<Valoriez> you might have better luck in #ubuntu which is a much larger channel18:05
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IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I got question about Kububtu / kde I just got frozen screen my fault how to I recover from that I there some.command line stuff I can do I am sure20:38
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> How do I recover from frozen screen20:39
tomreyn!tty | PaulSerafini20:39
ubottuPaulSerafini: To get to the TTY terminals 3-6, use the keystroke Ctrl + Alt + F3-F6 respectively. Ctrl-Alt-F2 or Ctrl-Alt-F1 will get you back to your graphical login (Ctrl-Alt-F7 on 16.04). To change TTY resolution, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution20:39
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Thanks I still had sound from video20:40
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I just did nothing and it gone to login screen without me doing anything wander if it fixed itself20:40
tomreynthis suggests the main kde process died (not sure which one that is)20:41
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Yep it resolved itself nice. It removed what was open but that not big issue20:41
tomreynyou'll probably get a prompt to report this issue soon, maybe only after next boot.20:42
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I think it because I had Keepass accessing file that I moved and forgotten left keepass open which trying to autosave the. Error message from keypads cause the crash20:43
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I had sound and mouse but could not do anything as frozen20:43
tomreyni don't think this should trigger the desktop to fail, but it'd be good to mention it in an error report if you'll do one.20:44
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Then talked to you lot and it logged off and resolved itself 👍👍20:44
tomreyntalking to me usually helps wasting your time, and sometimes enough for issues to fix themselves.20:44
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I just forgotten how to do desktop restart from command line wanted to test it worked while I had crash20:45
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Thanks for the tutorial I should save it on my phone20:46
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Just incase20:46
tomreynif even the tty approach doesn't work you still have this:20:46
ubottuIn an emergency, you may be able to shutdown cleanly and reboot by holding down Alt+PrintScreen and typing slowly, in succession, R, E, I, S, U and B. For an explanation, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key20:47
tomreynit'll just reboot, but in a safer way.20:47
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Instead hard shutdown20:47
tomreynit tries to unmount your file systems so they don't need to be checked + fixed when you reboot.20:48
tomreyn+ data from write caches is synced to disk20:48
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> 👍 sounds GD. I will say it hardly crashed on me tbh20:50
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Ow I spoke to soon I review what you sent me and see if work I do error report when I got it up. Not frozen but applications don't have Windows so can't move them if that makes sense.20:52
tomreynthat's the windows decorations failing20:53
tomreynyou'd need to restart the compositor. but i have really only used kde years ago and it was very different then., so i don't know how to do that20:54
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> Don't worry some keyboard shortcuts also did not work but control alt T did20:56
tomreynrebooting is probably a good idea at this point. and maybe review the system log afterwards.  journalctl -b -1    would give you the log of the previous boot20:56
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> So just typed reboot after that20:56
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> I kept having same problem when rebooting because I think it was restoring where I was on reboot (crashed)21:13
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> So to resolve I ran21:13
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> kwin_x11 --replace21:13
IrcsomeBot<PaulSerafini> This rebooted Windows decorations and resolved issue21:14
tomreynah good, i didn't know this command, but it sounds like what i had in mind21:29

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