chullprobably tomreyn it's giving an example: ipp://cups-servr/printers/printer-queue00:00
chulli don't know what it needs00:00
tomreyndoes it list several protocols to choose from, like ipp http tcp lpadmin00:00
chulltomreyn, yes. what's it after on our local lan?00:01
chullwe know the printer's ip00:01
tomreynyou need to have the ip address of the printer. and the router needs to aways assign this same ip address to it00:01
tomreynis this setup in the router, yet?00:02
chulltomreyn, i don't know.00:02
tomreynor is there a static ip address configured on the printer?00:02
tomreyni.e. did one of you set this on its website?00:03
ryuotomreyn: it's probably using DHCP if they didn't configure it.00:03
chulltomreyn, i don't know. it worked with the last printer.00:03
soulissonanyone for my question please?00:03
chullhe says there is a static ip address assigned to the printer.00:03
tomreynryuo: yes, most likely.00:03
ryuochull: i'd see if it's reachable through ping.00:04
ryuoif it's not even detected, then the driver problem is a side issue.00:04
tomreynchull: great, ipp:// would be the standard protocol to use. there is also ipps:// which is encrypted, but for home, if you go through a wire (not wireless) you probably don't need this.00:04
chullthanks tomreyn - ryuo bingo. it doesn't respond to pings. what now?00:05
stonedIs there a reliable php7.3 repository for ubuntu 18.04?00:06
stonedThe distro only contains php 7.2 I think00:06
stonedPHP 7.2.17-0ubuntu0.18.04.100:06
stonedOther than compiling from source, is there a packaged way?00:06
tomreynchull: hmm, then i guess i'd refer to its setup instructions00:07
tomreynchull: there was surely some quick setup manual which came with it.00:07
ryuochull: no idea, but a factory reset might be in order.00:07
ryuobut a printer should respond to pings.00:08
tomreynchull: if your router has a web interface, it'd be good to check whether it can see the printer, and whether its ip address is really the one you think it is00:08
tomreynstoned: only the version in ubuntu is supported here. you may find a ppa which supports other versions. Ondřej Surý's PPAs are often used for this purpose, but are not supported here.00:09
tomreynsoulisson: not that i know of. why would you need to?00:09
soulissontomreyn, i'm doing a ctf and I can run sudo apt-get update without password :)00:10
tomreynsoulisson: i see. good luck.00:12
chalcedonychull tomreyn ryuo  windows sees that printer00:12
soulissontomreyn, thanks00:13
tomreynchalcedony: so i guess it just doesn't respond to ping, or not until it is setup maybe.00:15
tomreynchalcedony: i suggest you take the approach i discussed above, incas ethat'S not what you did.00:16
chalcedonytomreyn,  it says it's printing a test page, we will see00:18
chulltomreyn, there is a difference between 130 and 230 ;)00:20
chullit does see pings with the right address00:20
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Randunehi all..has anyone used mokmanager to sign a third party (proprietary) driver with secure boot?01:00
Goophow do I type in unicode characters on Ubuntu Desktop?01:05
GoopOn Windows I can hold down alt, use the numpad and let go of alt to virtually type the unicode character, and most applications would accept it.01:06
tomreynGoop: ctrl-shift-u + hexcode01:10
GoopWhat is the minus mean?01:10
GoopI hold all of them at out?01:10
Goopat once*01:10
GoopI tap them?01:10
tomreynaltogether, then release when u is printed01:11
tomreynthen space or enter to finish composing01:12
GoopThat didn't go as expected.01:14
tomreynuse lower case characters, pressing shift may break the sequence01:14
tomreynno need for leading zeros01:15
GoopI'm trying to be able to say the German "Weiß" without copy-and-paste.01:16
GoopI am American English, so I do not have that character on my keyboard.01:16
tomreynGoop: https://www.ascii-code.com/ lists extended ascii codes. hex for ß is DF01:19
Gooptomreyn, if I try [control + shift + u] - 0223 or [control + shift + u] - 223, I get ȣ01:22
Goopnot ß.01:22
tomreynGoop: do you know what decimal and hexadecimal are?01:22
tomreynbase 10, base 16?01:23
Gooptomreyn, I know what decimals are. Not really hexadecimal.01:23
GoopI know what binary is, but I have never understood hexadecimal is.01:23
tomreynbinary is base 201:23
tomreynlook it up on the web,01:23
tomreynGoop: the input to ctrl-shift-u needs to be hex(adecimal), not dec(imal) codes. the table i pointed you to lists both on separate columns01:25
khozehello friends?01:27
Gooptomreyn, oh that is much easier.01:28
Goopkhoze, hello01:28
Gooptomreyn, Okay, now I understand. You've taught me something new. [control + shift + u] - DF gives me ß.01:29
tomreynGoop: glad it makese sense now.01:30
khozecan someone fix sql error mandationary?01:30
Goopkhoze, I do not understand. Do you want someone else to fix your error?01:31
tomreynkhoze: i don't think this question makes sense to me.01:31
Goopkhoze, are you asking if it is possible for a person to fix a particular MySQL error?01:32
Goopare you asking for help with fixing a "mandationary" error?01:32
GoopIn which case, I do not know what a "mandationary" error is. You will need to clarify.01:32
khozei have problem when i excute, mysql,01:33
Goopkhoze, okay, you have a problem when executing a MySQL command. Can we get the query you tried?01:33
khozesqlmap.py: error: missing a mandatory option01:35
Goopkhoze, okay so you have a Python error, that is not a MySQL error.01:35
khozeyes my python? why to upgrade?01:36
Goopkhoze, will you post the Python script on Ubuntu paste?01:36
GoopThere is the link ^01:36
tomreynkhoze: we don't support hacking here.01:37
Gooptomreyn, I don't think he is hacking.01:37
tomreynGoop: i do01:37
Gooptomreyn, why is that?01:37
Goopkhoze, if you need some help, you can send me a PM. I am not sure tomreyn is right on his assessment that you are hacking.01:38
tomreynsearch the web for the name of the script01:38
Gooptomreyn, could be a coinsidence.01:38
Goopsql and map are words in the English language.01:38
GoopIt could be a map between Python objects and MyQSL objects.01:39
Ringtailed-Foxdoes this channel also support ubuntu on windows subsystem for linux?01:39
tomreyn!wsl | Ringtailed-Fox01:39
ubottuRingtailed-Fox: Windows 10 has a feature called Windows Subsystem for Linux, which allows it to run Ubuntu (and other Linux distro) userspace programs without porting/recompliation. For discussion and support, see #ubuntu-on-windows or ##windows. For installation instructions, see https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/commandline/wsl/install_guide01:39
GoopRingtailed-Fox, it depends. If it is Ubuntu commands, I guess we can help.01:39
tomreynRingtailed-Fox: for generic ubuntu questions which do not specifically apply to WSL only you can ask here01:39
tomreynGoop: i think khoze will point it out if i was wrong.01:40
Ringtailed-Foxwhen i try to either add/remove a package or run a system upgrade in the form of do-release-upgrade, it crashes and i get errors like https://pastebin.com/GaMV3yk301:40
Gooptomreyn, I take that khoze does not speak English well and is taking some time to respond to our complex language skills.01:41
GoopEnglish language skills, that is.01:41
tomreynRingtailed-Fox: let's see the output for installing packages, also post the command you ran. and please prefer the pastebin on the channel topic.01:43
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Blackh4tI'm from indonesia02:18
tomreynBlackh4t: hi again. we still don't do hacking here.02:20
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Blackh4tq tomreyn02:24
BlackH4tHolla we are blackh4t cyber from indonesia02:27
GoopBlackH4t, yes?02:28
BlackH4tGoop, Yes it true, we can do hacking together. if you want, please join with me02:31
GoopBlackH4t, not really sure how that is relevant here.02:31
tomreynBlackH4t: please stop. this is off-topic here.02:31
BlackH4twe can hack thousands of official sites in your country, so get ready from now on.02:34
BlackH4tseeyou next time.🎩02:35
Ringtailed-Foxwhy didn't you guys just ban blackh4t?02:38
BillyZaneI am a student looking to study robotics and I was thinking of using ROS 2. I guess my start would be to piece together some hardware and software03:11
BillyZanesince ROS is recommended to use with ubuntu, is there any recommendation for making ubuntu real time03:12
BillyZaneshould i do a kernel patch03:12
ScottbertI'm now on Disco Dingo and reports that kernel 5.0 gets along with nvidia drivers at boot are greatly exagerated03:12
evdubshow are people planning on dealing with LTS-only upgrades as it pertains to postgresql? postgresql is only on version 10 for 18.04 and upgrading from 18.10 to 19.04 forced me to upgrade to postgresql 11 and i lost my old database during the upgrade03:14
evdubsare postgresql users expected to install postgresql 11 from a ppa on their 18.04 installation prior to the next LTS?03:15
ellyachtI don't see an option to boot into recovery mode off a live USB?03:17
Scottbertis mkinitcpio just an arch thing or will instructions work for me too?03:32
qwebirc49869how to chatting?03:36
lotuspsychje!chat | qwebirc4986903:36
ubottuqwebirc49869: #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!03:36
tripdwho can help me?03:48
lotuspsychjeask a question first tripd03:48
GBGamesWhen I use Firefox, I press Alt+left to go back to a previous page, but now when I do so I find myself looking at the login screen. If I press Alt+right, I get back to my session. If I press Alt+Left multiple times, I find myself looking at the virtual terminals. I can't find this shortcut set anywhere, though. Any idea what is going on?03:55
GBGamesNormally I only see this happen if I press Ctrl+Alt+F1 or something like that.03:55
GBGamesI'm using Ubuntu 18.04.03:56
ScottbertOkay does ANYONE know how to enable KMS with Nvidia's drivers?03:59
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ScottbertI'm hours down this rabithole04:57
ScottbertI've wasted half the day04:57
ScottbertLike why is it so hard for linux to give me a goddamn console on boot04:57
lotuspsychje!language | Scottbert04:58
ubottuScottbert: 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/ChannelList04:58
ScottbertI wouldn't be swearing if it wasn't 6+ hours of work for no result to get a console04:58
ScottbertDoes anyone know what to do?04:58
Scottbertgoogling ubuntu blind mode indicates that it's hardly an unknown problem05:00
lotuspsychjeScottbert: this is not the complain channel, if you want help its best to ask your question all in one line with all details and be patient until volunteers reply05:01
GoopScottbert, are you working with Ubuntu server? What console are you talking about?05:02
Bashing-omScottbert: What results with the grub boot parameter: systemd.unit=multi-user.target. And for the whole process see: ' man bootup ' .05:02
GoopOh geez. I love problems that are as deep as the Grub boot loader.05:03
Scottbertkubuntu disco dingo. On initial install, it says invalid video mode (paraphrasing), booting in blind mode... No boot text. once plymouth comes up, can press a key to watch the boot sequence. However...05:03
ScottbertOnce nvidia drivers are installed, plymouth never comes up. There's no boot sequence until the login screen comes up. This is bad, because if the GUI ever breaks, I'm hosed. (ctrl+alt+f2 shows the blind mode message, it MAY work as a blind terminal but I can't see what I'm typing or responses)05:04
GoopScottbert, if you want things to work well, I would highly recommend using a more "settled" version of kubuntu. I recommend using LTS 18.04, so you get that support.05:05
Bashing-omScottbert: systemctl set-default multi-user, completely disables starting X on startup so you get a console interface.05:05
ScottbertSo, to be clear, I'm not trying to boot to console INSTEAD of x. I'm trying to make sure a console is THERE, so that I can see if there are any problems during boot, and so that I can reach a console if the gui ever fails.05:05
ScottbertI've had the gui fail me once so far and I ended up having to reinstall05:06
GoopScottbert, what physical hardware do you have?05:07
ScottbertI am reasonably concerned that if I changed my config to boot to console without solving this problem first, I might end up stuck at the 'blind mode' screen forever.05:07
GoopFor your video card, let's be specific.05:07
Scottbertan old intel mobo (just new enough to have UEFI) and a Radeon 750 Ti05:08
ScottbertThe graphics card does not supply any information over GOP -- as far as grub is concerned it supports no video modes05:08
GoopScottbert, but you were able to go through install just fine. Just the boot after install is screwing up?05:09
ScottbertYes. I don't think it did blind mode during liveusb boot.05:09
ScottbertWhat I don't understand is why linux can't start in text mode, then load the nvidia drivers when x starts05:09
GoopI am no expert in hardware issues, just so you know. When I get computers that don't magically work with Ubuntu, I give up out of ignorance.05:10
ScottbertOr, alternatively, why KMS doesn't work and let it start in graphical mode05:10
GoopLuckily, this laptop magically works with Ubuntu. :)05:10
ScottbertYes, well, windows broke and refuses to reinstall on this computer and I have no money, so 'give up' is not a choice05:10
GoopScottbert, go with [k]Ubuntu 18.0405:11
GoopIt is more stable and has more support.05:11
GoopOr go with [k]Ubuntu 16.04.05:11
ScottbertI heard somewhere that kernel 5.0 is better for graphics support, though05:11
GoopUnless your problem is also that you don't have another flashdrive/medium to put another OS on. Lol05:12
ScottbertI only have one working flash drive large enough to hold an OS install image -- it's kubuntu 18.10 on it at the moment05:12
ScottbertAlso, google searching indicates that one form or another of this 'blind mode' issue has been a bugbear of Ubuntu's for years05:13
GoopScottbert, oh so it might not even fix the issue by switching to a more stable operating system.05:15
ScottbertI believe I have cause to be hesitant, yes. Although it seems like everyone has a different reason for this bug to occur4.05:17
qwebirc75194hola, me pueden ayudar05:26
qwebirc75194olvide la contraseña exacta del encriptado de la computadora de mi cuñado y ahora no puede abrir05:27
Goopqwebirc75194, yo estoy Goop. yo hoblar englis.05:27
Goopqwebirc75194, mi espanol es no bueno, perdón.05:28
qwebirc75194ok talk inenglish05:28
qwebirc75194no speak very good :P05:29
Goopqwebirc75194, what is the problem?05:29
qwebirc75194no much but i understand05:29
Goopque passo?05:29
Goopque es tu problemo?05:29
qwebirc75194failed encrypted password05:29
ScottbertAlright, I'm going to try switching to noveau, disabling the ubuntu-nvidia PPA, rebooting, removing all nvidia packages, then installing a direct download from nvidia. Wish me luck.05:30
GoopScottbert, good luck!05:30
Goopqwebirc75194, not sure I understand.05:30
GoopDo you need to get back into your computer?05:30
qwebirc75194yes but my password is complicated05:31
qwebirc75194and dont remember05:31
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GoopOkay, you forgot your password and need to get back into your computer?05:32
Goopqwebirc75194, what operating system are you using?05:33
qwebirc75194ubuntu 18'0405:33
GoopAbiding by the rules in this channel, I can recommend that you reinstall your operating system and wipe everything. However, I do not recommend this.05:34
qwebirc75194entiendo, no quisiera perder la informacion05:35
GoopIf you own the hardware, or have the permission of the owner of the computer, I can give you ethical hacking advice on how to reset your password.05:35
GoopEthical, as in you are not doing anything wrong by getting into your own computer.05:35
qwebirc75194si, tengo el permiso. es hermano de mi esposa05:36
lotuspsychje__!es | qwebirc7519405:36
ubottuqwebirc75194: 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.05:36
qwebirc75194le estaba mostrando mi sistema porque su laptop estaba smuy lenta05:36
Goopwait wait05:36
GoopIf you can access the busybox, you can just simply do a "passwd <user>" to change the password.05:37
qwebirc75194sorry, ocuped box?05:37
Goopqwebirc75194, if you understand enough English you can stay here. I can try to use Google Translate if that helps. I am not sure if there is a lack of people in the Spanish channel.05:38
qwebirc75194okok busybox05:38
Goopqwebirc75194, restart your computer and hold "shift".05:39
Goopqwebirc75194, let me know if a menu pops up.05:39
qwebirc75194 give me a second05:39
qwebirc75194ubuntu, options availed and system setup05:40
Goopqwebirc75194, just one moment...05:41
Goopqwebirc75194, arrow down and select "root" and hit "enter".05:42
qwebirc75194 The root menu is not found05:43
Goopqwebirc75194, what options are there?05:43
Bashing-omGoop: qwebirc75194 "failed encrypted password", Carefull here as this is not the system password.05:44
qwebirc75194 only 3 options "ubuntu"     "advanced options for ubuntu"        "system setup"05:44
GoopBashing-om, maybe I misunderstood this situation. However, qwebirc75194 is struggling with English. Maybe he meant "password hash" instead of "encryption", so I take it he is trying to log into his computer and forgot his password.05:45
SleepyTurtlehi, I'm having trouble installing Ubuntu. After the installation process, I'm booted into the EFI shell and can't seem to get past it.05:46
GoopBashing-om, I understand that there is a difference, but if you see the dialogue, I asked him. Maybe I will have to re-read it.05:46
qwebirc75194bashing-om,  what I remember is this but I do not accept it "4ng3l4l3x15" AngelAlexis05:46
Goopqwebirc75194, select "advanced options for ubuntu"05:47
qwebirc75194forget the encryption, the login session if I have it05:48
Goopqwebirc75194, it should bring you to another menu.05:48
qwebirc75194ok Goop05:48
Goopqwebirc75194, what are the options now?05:49
qwebirc75194 there are 4 "ubuntu with linux 4.18.0-17 generic" "ubuntu with linux 4.18.0-17 generic (recovery mode)" "ubuntu with linux 4.18.0-15 generic" "ubuntu with linux 4.18.0-15 generic (recovery mode)"05:51
Goopqwebirc75194, select "ubuntu with linux 4.18.0-17 generic (recovery mode)"05:51
SleepyTurtlehi, sorry my computer crashed, I may not have seen previous replies05:51
SleepyTurtleI installed Ubuntu but now boot into the EFI shell and can't seem able to get past it.05:52
GoopSleepyTurtle, I am sorry I have not gotten to your issue yet. I know very little about those kind of issues.05:52
Goopqwebirc75194, what options are there now?05:52
qwebirc75194esta trabajando la terminal pero se detuvo en "volume group ubuntu-vg not found"05:53
Goopqwebirc75194, can you type in it? Press enter?05:54
Goopqwebirc75194, careful with what you type in.05:54
Goopqwebirc75194, try "echo hello"05:54
qwebirc75194yes "echo hola"05:54
Goopqwebirc75194, did nothing happen or did it say "hola" after that?05:55
qwebirc75194cannot process volume group ubunto-vg05:55
Goopqwebirc75194, so did it show the text you typed in?05:56
qwebirc75194warning : failed to conect to Ivmetad. Falling back to device scanning.05:56
qwebirc75194volume group "ubuntu-vg" not found05:56
qwebirc75194cannot process volume group ubuntu-vg05:57
Goopqwebirc75194, I am not sure I can help much. It sounds like you encrypted your volume. If you cannot remember your password you encrypted the volume with, you cannot get back the volume.05:57
qwebirc75194please unlock disk SDA3_crypt:05:57
GoopIf you have an insecure password, you may be able to hack into it.05:58
GoopBut I cannot really give hacking advice, sorry. Not really my field of expertise. :\05:58
qwebirc75194 if that is the detail that uses numbers and letters and we can not make it match the original. Well thank you very much for the time and excuse my English: D I will try to improve it05:59
Goopqwebirc75194, if it were a plain password issue, you could just change the password, but it looks like you've encrypted the volume.05:59
qwebirc75194 There is no maximum number of attempts, if I keep trying, nothing bad happens?06:00
Goopqwebirc75194, there is no maximum number of attempts. Try as many times as you want.06:00
qwebirc75194 yes, it is the encryption of the volume06:00
qwebirc75194 great, I'll keep trying06:01
qwebirc75194 Again, thank you very much Goop06:01
Goopqwebirc75194, you're welcome.06:02
GoopSleepyTurtle, okay tell me more about your problem.06:02
SleepyTurtleGoop: I seem to be stuck at the EFI shell06:03
SleepyTurtleeven after a successful ubuntu installation06:03
GoopSleepyTurtle, I have no idea what the difference between UEFI/EFI/Legacy is, have you made sure that your motherboard settings allow for your installation type/06:04
SleepyTurtleI get 4 partitions (blk0 to blk3) but when doing ls they all seem to be empty06:04
SleepyTurtleGoop: My motherboard has no setting for UEFI/EFI/Legacy06:05
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SleepyTurtlethe datasheet says it has AMI EFI 64 bit06:06
GoopSleepyTurtle, not sure what all this means. I'm kinda taking shots in the dark here.06:06
GoopSleepyTurtle, so you're able to get into a shell?06:07
SleepyTurtlethe EFI shell, yes06:07
GoopNot sure what an EFI shell is.06:07
GoopSleepyTurtle, have you tried Googling your issue?06:07
GoopSleepyTurtle, so where did you get stuck?06:08
SleepyTurtleat the beginning06:08
SleepyTurtleI seem to have nothing to work with06:08
SleepyTurtleother people have some sort of filesystem06:08
SleepyTurtleI see nothing but the black void of the pc's heart06:09
GoopSleepyTurtle, can you grab a livecd and run Ubuntu off of a USB stick?06:09
SleepyTurtleyes, I tried that and was able to see the ubuntu installation06:09
SleepyTurtlebut can't boot into it06:10
GoopSleepyTurtle, there should be an option somewhere that says "try Ubuntu without installing" or something to that effect.06:10
SleepyTurtleyes, I did that to take a look at what was on the computer and was able to see the ubuntu installation06:11
SleepyTurtleBut I can't boot into the installation on the computer06:11
SleepyTurtleIt takes me directly to the EFI shell whenever I power it up06:11
GoopSleepyTurtle, okay if you have a Ubuntu operating system running, then you will have a better chance of things properly working when you try to list your volumes.06:12
GoopSleepyTurtle, have you considered a hardware failure of the storage volumes? Mechanical hard drives are more likely to fail if they are placed in extreme temperatures, change in temperatures, are bumped or dropped, or are physically opened and exposed to the elements (air).06:13
Goopstorage devices*06:13
Goopnot volumes06:13
SleepyTurtleGoop: It's a new computer06:14
GoopSleepyTurtle, have you considered the other factors I have mentioned? Have you treated the computer with care, and put it stable and good temperature, and not bumped it?06:15
GoopA new mechanical hard drive is still susceptible to damage.06:16
SleepyTurtleI received it yesterday06:16
SleepyTurtleI haven't had time to mistreat it yet06:16
GoopSleepyTurtle, okay I suggest installing a new operating system then. Keep it simple.06:17
GoopSleepyTurtle, wipe the old one and put it on again.06:17
SleepyTurtleThat's what I did with ubuntu06:17
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SleepyTurtleDo you need a static ip adress to ssh into a machine if you are both on the same network?07:52
bhuddahSleepyTurtle: that question doesn't make much sense.07:52
SleepyTurtlewhy not?07:52
bhuddahSleepyTurtle: all the things you ask about are orthogonal.07:54
SleepyTurtlenot really07:55
lotuspsychjeSleepyTurtle: this is also not really an ubuntu question07:55
SleepyTurtleIs having a static ip adress still necessary when connecting computers via ssh in the same network?07:55
bhuddahsometimes i wonder why i even bother...07:57
SleepyTurtlebhuddah: please, with that attitude, don't bother.07:58
lotuspsychjeSleepyTurtle: dont tell volunteers what to do or not07:58
lotuspsychjeSleepyTurtle: your question is not about ubuntu, move on please07:59
interrobangdhello, i want to move from ext4 to btrfs and have copies the entire filesytem, updated grub and select the new menu entrie (ubuntu on the btrfs partion) .. but it runs from ext408:00
interrobangdwhats wrong08:00
SleepyTurtlelotuspsychje: being a volunteer does not exempt you from basic decency08:02
lotuspsychjeSleepyTurtle: feel free to discuss that in #ubuntu-discuss08:02
SleepyTurtleI will, however, take your advice and move on08:02
ducasseinterrobangd: your grub config might still point to the old drive as root fs08:24
interrobangdducasse, yes! but why...08:25
interrobangdi have a GPT table and EFI partiton  .... could  that be the problem?08:26
ducasseno, that should not matter08:26
interrobangd.. any idea why grub add new menu entries but boot from old ext4?08:27
interrobangd.. using the old "root fs"!?08:28
abdeelhi, I have two partitions (ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04) I can access the files in 18.04 from 16.04 but I cannot access my files in 16.04 from 18.0408:28
ducasseinterrobangd: can you pastebin your /etc/fstab and the output from 'blkid'?08:29
abdeelhi, I have two partitions (ubuntu 16.04 and 18.04) I can access the files in 18.04 from 16.04 but I cannot access my files in 16.04 from 18.0408:30
lupuloabdeel, you should find the partition fdisk -l08:30
lupuloabdeel, do you have lvm or something?08:31
interrobangdducasse, fstab -> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/Dq6gmcQsRw/ blkid -> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/pVF85Wn2bS/08:32
interrobangdold ext4 -> ac4c432c-ad75-4d3c-bfa6-e67850e8efb9, new btrfs -> bc31f0ab-dfbd-4c35-9c60-70776aeb024208:33
ducassefstab is still pointing to ext4, it needs to point to the root btrfs subvol08:34
abdeellupulo, I don't have. I can access both drives but 16.04 drive is usually empty08:34
ducasseinterrobangd: grub needs to match that too08:34
abdeelwhen I access the drive of 16.04 from 18.04, its usually empty but I can access the files of 18.04 from 16.0408:34
abdeelfdisk: cannot open /dev/loop24: Permission denied08:35
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lupuloabdeel, say to me the output of "mount | grep "/ "08:36
lupuloabdeel, mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f108:37
interrobangdducasse, i think it is because fstab is from old ext4!?08:37
ducasseinterrobangd: well, did you edit in on the btrfs volume?08:38
ducasse*edit it08:38
interrobangd... no08:38
ducasseright. that won't happen by itself08:39
ducasseinterrobangd: you also need to add "subvol=@" to the mount options in fstab08:40
abdeelabdeel@abdeel-eebraheem:~$ mount | grep "/" | cut -d" " -f108:43
lupuloabdeel, not that  mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f108:45
TimeDoctorabdeel: pastebin.com08:45
TimeDoctoror that08:45
interrobangdducasse, like this? UUID=bc31f0ab-dfbd-4c35-9c60-70776aeb0242 /               ext4    errors=remount-ro,subvol=@ 0       108:46
interrobangd.. sorry for the whitespaces ...:/08:47
ducassethat looks good, now grub just needs to match08:47
interrobangdi will try it now! thank you!!!!!!!!!08:47
ducassegrub also needs to point to the subvol, iirc08:48
ducasseinterrobangd: you need "set prefix=($root)'/@/boot/grub'"08:50
abdeelI have done that on pastebin @ lupulo08:50
ducasseinterrobangd: that @ sign is important08:50
lupuloabdeel, paste the link of pastbin08:50
interrobangdducasse, where to add this?08:50
ducasseinterrobangd: if you hang on a minute, i'm trying to get our resident grub expert to pitch in, he just arrived08:51
ducassethe config file is /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg, but i'm not sure if you should edit that directly08:52
interrobangd.. who has created the subvol? i have just formated btrfs and copies all the files from ext4 to btrfs08:53
ducassethat happens when you create the volume (format it)08:53
interrobangdso /boot is always a subvol? ... sry the question ... i am new to btrfs :D08:54
ducasseno, @ is08:54
ducasseit's the 'root' subvol08:54
liuhi :)08:56
lotuspsychjewelcome liu08:57
interrobangdducasse, i have to change /etc/default/grub instead of  /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg. But on ext4 or btrfs partition? i ask because actually i am running linux on ext408:58
ducasseinterrobangd: no, these changes are not made in /etc/default/grub08:58
abdeellupulo: https://pastebin.com/zUc8sazk08:58
interrobangdbut i runt update-grub, this file will be used08:59
ducasseyes, but these values are not saved there. i'm not sure what to edit, that's why i want EriC^^ to chip in08:59
lupuloabdeel, fdisk -l /dev/sda | grep "Linux filesystem"  | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v `mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f1`09:00
lupuloabdeel, you should mount that partition09:00
lupuloabdeel, the space means a char09:04
interrobangdducasse, boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg exists only on my ext4 partition, but not on the btrfs volume. i am confused, i've think i have copy it \o/09:08
interrobangd.. i will try a reboot and will see what happend09:08
ducasseinterrobangd: it's on your efi partition09:09
interrobangd.. ok09:10
ducassemounted at /boot/efi09:10
lupulointerrobangd, you could see refit project to one usb o to the efi partition http://refit.sourceforge.net/09:10
interrobangdlupulo, nice to know09:11
ducasserefind has replaced refit, and is in the repos09:12
lupulouefi permits differents options, some bios you could write directly the path09:12
interrobangdducasse, i did already "update-grub", but /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg dont changed ... so i have to do it by myself, like fstab?: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/NKs6XdPFp2/09:14
ducasseinterrobangd: i suspect you need to edit another grub config file, but i'm unsure which one09:16
lupulointerrobangd, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI09:16
lupulointerrobangd, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Boot-Repair09:16
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ducassewe usually don't recommend boot-repair, it often causes more problems than it fixes09:20
Beauloupbonjour a tous09:21
interrobangd... ok.. but i will reboot to see what changed after edit fstab on btrfs partition and update-grub :-)09:21
Beauloupanyone know if a channel ubuntu in french exist ?09:22
ducasseinterrobangd: EriC^^ will help you now09:23
ducasse!fr | Beauloup09:23
ubottuBeauloup: Nous sommes desoles mais ce canal est en anglais uniquement. Si vous avez besoin d'aide ou voulez discuter en français, veuillez taper /join #ubuntu-fr ou /join #ubuntu-qc. Merci.09:23
interrobangdducasse, ok!? cool! i will wait :)09:24
Beauloupsuper, merci, thanks a lot09:24
abdeellupulo: abdeel@abdeel-eebraheem:~$ fdisk -l /dev/sda | grep "Linux filesystem"  | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v `mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f109:25
abdeelI got no output09:26
EriC^^interrobangd: hi i dont know much about btrfs, i'll try to help as much as possible though.. so you're system was using ext4 and you switched to btrfs? are you using a separate /boot or it's part of the btrfs?09:36
interrobangdEriC^^, Hello! i am also new to btrfs :-) /boot is on separate EFI partition (/dev/sda1 on /boot/efi type vfat)09:38
interrobangdand what i did is to create a second partition (btrfs) and copy all my files to it. then i run update-grub09:39
interrobangd.. but after copying i dont changed /etc/fstab on btrfs partition or something else ... so grub start always from old FS09:40
interrobangdEriC^^, the question is, should i have to edit something like /boot/efi/EFI/ubuntu/grub.cfg to boot from btrfs partition?09:42
EriC^^interrobangd: aha, /boot is different than /boot/efi, can you paste "sudo parted -ls | nc termbin.com 9999" ?09:42
EriC^^as well as "cat /etc/ftstab | nc termbin.com 9999" of the new system you're trying to boot?09:43
interrobangdEriC^^, Cool! nc <309:43
sazawalHi all. I don't know what I have done but the plymouth theme preview has stopped working on my system. It always shows text-ubuntu theme, although the set theme is different. It was working some days ago.09:45
EriC^^interrobangd: thanks also "sudo parted -ls | nc termbin.com 9999"09:46
interrobangdno problem! :-)09:47
EriC^^interrobangd: that fstab is from the mounted btrfs filesystem? or the current running ext4 one?09:48
interrobangdon running ext409:48
interrobangdbecause btrfs wont start09:49
EriC^^interrobangd: oh, have you mounted it at til now? (the filesystem)09:49
interrobangdthe btrfs volume? no.... but a few minutes ago to edit /etc/fstab09:50
interrobangdyou want to see it? ... wait...09:50
EriC^^interrobangd: yeah, mount it under /mnt sudo mount -t btrfs subvol=@ /dev/sdxY /mnt09:51
ducasse-o subvol=@09:51
BadwolfWay>>> Question (random), Can you suggest a channel or server/channel where im likley to find Hardware experts (cpus, amd)09:51
zetteAny cn help me? I cnt access my account ssh09:52
ducasseBadwolfWay: ##hardware09:52
BadwolfWayzette, what command or software are you using09:53
EriC^^interrobangd: ^ also add -o before subvol=@09:53
BadwolfWayzette just shell: ssh user@host ?09:54
interrobangdEriC^^, can not mount, mount will fail with -o "subvol=@"09:55
lupuloabdeel,  fdisk -l /dev/sd* | grep "Linux filesystem"  | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v `mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f109:55
zette"could not chdir to directory"09:55
interrobangdEriC^^, sudo mount -t btrfs -o "subvol=@" /dev/sda4 /home/paul/foo09:55
BadwolfWayzette is this a chroot on android?09:55
interrobangdmounting without options work09:56
EriC^^interrobangd: ok still waiting on that parted paste :)09:56
zetteThen how?09:57
interrobangdEriC^^, excuse me, what should i past? i can not mount with "option subvol"09:59
EriC^^interrobangd: "sudo parted -ls | nc termbin.com 9999"10:00
interrobangdsudo parted -ls | nc termbin.com 999910:00
interrobangdsry :D10:00
interrobangdi can mount /dev/sda4 (btrfs) without options ... mount -l: /dev/sda4 on /home/paul/foo type btrfs (rw,relatime,ssd,space_cache,subvolid=5,subvol=/)10:02
EriC^^interrobangd: alright great, type "cat /home/paul/foo/etc/fstab | nc termbin.com 9999"10:05
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interrobangdEriC^^, remember, i have already edit this file https://termbin.com/wyrx10:06
EriC^^what do you mean? it's not edited right now10:07
justAddCoffeehi all-was just trying to use startup disk creator on disco dingo (fedora &  majaro iso)10:07
interrobangdbut not tested it10:07
justAddCoffeeno joy is it just cus its not debian based that it wouldnt let me try10:07
interrobangdEriC^^, ducasse told me to edit this :)10:07
interrobangdEriC^^, but we are not sure if it works10:08
EriC^^interrobangd: oh didn't see the last part of it, anyways make it as such10:08
EriC^^UUID=bc31f0ab-dfbd-4c35-9c60-70776aeb0242 /               btrfs    defaults 0       110:08
EriC^^don't leave errors=remount-ro there10:09
justAddCoffeeanyhow i gave up and used etcher which worked-im just wondering if anyone else has had any problems using startupdisk creator on ubuntu 19.1010:09
interrobangdEriC^^, ok! i've changed it10:10
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EriC^^interrobangd: ok, now type "sudo nano /home/paul/foo/etc/grub.d/00_header"10:11
EriC^^and add a "#" at the beginning of the line if [ -n ${have_grubenv} ]; then save_env recordfail; fi10:12
Jonopolywhy is it so much of a challenge to get roblox on ubuntu T_T10:20
interrobangdEriC^^, dont exist https://termbin.com/swuj10:23
interrobangdbut a similar one: if [ -n "\${have_grubenv}" ]; then if [ -z "\${boot_once}" ]; then save_env recordfail; fi; fi10:25
abdeellupulo, I have done :  fdisk -l /dev/sd* | grep "Linux filesystem"  | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v `mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f1 but got no output. Still the same10:26
EriC^^interrobangd: oh it's on the same line?10:27
interrobangdlooks similar, but not the same10:29
interrobangdshould i run "update-grub" now whitout editing the 00_header file?10:32
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lupuloabdeel, are you install another storage drive to your PC?10:33
lupuloabdeel, fdisk -l | grep "Linux filesystem"  | awk '{print $1}' | grep -v `mount | grep "/ " | cut -d" " -f110:34
EriC^^interrobangd: no 1 sec10:36
EriC^^interrobangd: put a comment before it even though it's slightly different10:39
EriC^^it's recommended in the ubuntu btrfs wiki and https://askubuntu.com/questions/100329/message-sparse-file-not-allowed-after-installing-on-a-btrfs-filesystem/105178#10517810:39
interrobangdshould i comment it out?10:41
interrobangdi've changed it (/home/paul/foo/etc/grub.d/00_header)10:43
interrobangdnow update-grub and restart?10:43
EriC^^interrobangd: no10:44
interrobangd... ok10:44
EriC^^interrobangd: type "for i in /dev /dev/pts /proc /sys /run; do sudo mount -B $i /home/paul/foo$i; done"10:44
snadgehas anyone else noticed audio clicking when changing volume playing back youtube videos in firefox? (on 19.04)10:45
snadgeit never used to do this.. and twitch doesn't do it.. odd10:45
snadgechrome doesn't do it either, only firefox10:47
interrobangdEriC^^, i did it10:54
interrobangdnot update?10:54
interrobangd*now update?10:54
EriC^^interrobangd: lol no10:57
EriC^^interrobangd: we're getting there :)10:57
EriC^^interrobangd: type 'sudo chroot /home/paul/foo'10:57
interrobangdbut now!10:57
interrobangd .... right?10:58
EriC^^interrobangd: type 'mount /boot/efi'10:58
interrobangdEriC^^, i did it10:59
interrobangdmount ... /dev/sda1 on /boot/efi type vfat (rw,relatime,fmask=0077,dmask=0077,codepage=437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,errors=remount-ro)10:59
EriC^^interrobangd: type 'grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi'11:00
interrobangddone without errors11:00
EriC^^interrobangd: now! *drum roll* type 'update-grub'11:02
interrobangd... done11:03
BluesKajHi folks11:08
EriC^^interrobangd: ok, type "cat /boot/grub/grub.cfg | nc termbin.com 9999"11:09
EriC^^interrobangd: also, type "efibootmgr -v | nc termbin.com 9999"11:09
JimBuntuinterrobangd, since I know EriC^^ had to take care of something and might not be back... interrobangd , please copy/paste the output URL from running those termbin commands so EriC^^ can review them upon return11:15
EriC^^i'm back interrobangd11:16
interrobangdEriC^^, i am not rebootet and also on chroot11:18
interrobangdboot options -> https://termbin.com/vdaa11:20
interrobangdand /boot/grub/grub.cfg -> https://termbin.com/nlyp11:20
EriC^^interrobangd: hmm i dont see any specific btrfs related stuff in the entries for the main linux one11:24
EriC^^interrobangd: ah actually there is a insmod btrfs there11:25
EriC^^i guess we'll see if grub added it correctly, first let's just take a peak at the efi related grub.cfg11:26
EriC^^interrobangd: type "cat /boot/efi/efi/ubuntu/grub.cfg | nc termbin.com 9999"11:26
EriC^^interrobangd: ok, type "exit" then reboot let's just see if it's able to boot without any tinkering first11:31
EriC^^interrobangd: i think though that right now it would kinda be confused11:31
EriC^^cause you have 2 fs with the same UUID, can you delete the ext4 one before proceeding?11:31
EriC^^interrobangd: or at least just change the uuid using tune2fs11:32
EriC^^interrobangd: sudo tune2fs /dev/sda2 -U random11:33
stevenmhey I might be going mad, i've been doing ppp connections using the normal network manager connection editor and applet (the normal UI you get with unity/gnome/mate - basically GTK environments)--- where i swear you used to *start* the ppp connection from the nm-applet by just clicking it11:37
stevenmbut it never shows up11:37
stevenmbut i've done this loads in previous years - feel like either something has changed or I've had my memory wiped11:37
stevenmanyone got a pic of how a PPP connection should show up in their nm-applet ?11:37
stevenmah there should be a side menu called 'Dial Up Connections' - that's what is missing!11:40
stevenmi wonder if it's because i'm using nm-applet as an indicator rather than in the notification area11:44
stevenmnm-applet has always been one of the worse written bits of the UI11:44
lotuspsychjestevenm: please dont use this channel to describe every step you try, focus on one question, all-in-one-line11:45
ryuodidn't you know? this is #stevenmsblog now. \o/11:45
stevenmthat's really helpful - well done there to you both11:46
lotuspsychjestevenm: you also didnt mention an ubuntu version, kernel version,..11:48
stevenmkeep justifying yourself, you'll get there11:48
grokethis can only be resolved in one way....11:48
grokeMORTAL KOMBAT!!11:48
sazawalHi all. I am using "sudo plymouthd ; sudo plymouth --show-splash ; for ((I=0; I<10; I++)); do sleep 1 ; sudo plymouth --update=test$I ; done ; sudo plymouth --quit" command to preview the plymouth theme. But it always previews me the ubuntu-text theme, irrespective of the current applied theme. It used to work before but not anymore. Any help?11:52
BluesKajanother satisfied customer :-)11:57
Jonopolyme too12:25
interrobangdEriC^^, i will reboot now :)12:25
interrobangdEriC^^, done! works!12:30
EriC^^interrobangd: great!12:30
interrobangd.. now i can remove ext4 partition, move btrfs partition to his place, expand and update-grub again?12:31
EriC^^i'd guess so, im not familiar with btrfs resizing stuff, but update-grub wont be needed, nothing depends on its physical location on the disk12:32
EriC^^interrobangd: actually yeah run update-grub again12:32
interrobangdthank you very much!12:33
interrobangd.. now can play with snapshots :D12:33
EriC^^interrobangd: you're welcome12:33
EriC^^have fun :D12:33
interrobangd... are you grub developer?12:34
EriC^^interrobangd: one note, if you do run update-grub or need it, do it from a chroot as we did earlier12:34
EriC^^no i just have some experience with grub stuff12:34
interrobangdok, .. i will do it like before12:35
fxrs_hey, im trying to install ubuntu 18.04.2 but im repeatedly get the following problem booting from usb:13:02
fxrs_(initramfs) Unable to find a medium containing a live file system13:02
lotuspsychjefxrs_: how did you create your usb?13:03
fxrs_is there a way around this using uefi?13:03
fxrs_lotuspsychje, with dd if.. of.. bs=1M && sync13:03
lotuspsychjefxrs_: are you going to singleboot or dualboot?13:03
lotuspsychje!uefi | fxrs_13:04
ubottufxrs_: UEFI is a specification that defines a software interface between an operating system and platform firmware. It is meant as a replacement for the BIOS. For information on how to set up and install Ubuntu and its derivatives on UEFI machines please read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UEFI13:04
lotuspsychje!dualboot | fxrs_13:04
ubottufxrs_: Dual boot instructions: x86/AMD64: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DualBoot/Windows - Macs: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBookPro https://help.ubuntu.com/community/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot13:04
fxrs_lotuspsychje, will check that out now. would it be easier to just try without uefi? would you recommend using uefi?13:06
fxrs_never worried about that before and opensuse always ran great with uefi.13:06
lotuspsychjefxrs_: personally i dont do dualboots, i always use full disk for lts13:07
lotuspsychjefxrs_: read the wiki's, and if somethings not clear re-ask in the channel, volunteers will help think along with you13:07
fxrs_lotuspsychje, thanks.13:08
guardianwhy are there docker and docker.io packages? is this for upgrade paths?13:14
guiverc2fxrs_, fyi: ubuntu has a check-media option; I'd use this to test your 18.04.2 media first (assuming you verified download step via md5sum etc)13:14
pragmaticenigmaguardian: they are two completely different applications13:17
pragmaticenigma!info docker | guardian13:17
ubottuguardian: docker (source: docker): System tray for KDE3/GNOME2 docklet applications. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.5-1build1 (bionic), package size 13 kB, installed size 43 kB13:17
pragmaticenigma!info docker.io | guardian13:17
ubottuguardian: docker.io (source: docker.io): Linux container runtime. In component universe, is optional. Version 18.09.2-0ubuntu1~18.04.1 (bionic), package size 33732 kB, installed size 152105 kB13:17
fxrs_guiverc2, i get the same error when i check the medium for defects.13:18
guiverc2in which case I'd suspect your download (did you verify it before write), or the write to media, or thumb-drive/dvd itself - ie. it's probably not the install, but one of the prior steps that failed (in my opinion)13:19
drumhzgood afternoon to all13:19
drumhzcan plz somebody hlp me ?13:20
pragmaticenigma!ask | drumhz13:20
ubottudrumhz: 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 !patience13:20
guardianoh ok and docker.io is Docker but a not up to date one13:20
drumhzok thank i'm sorry13:21
guardianI mean I see nobody telling "install the ubuntu package"13:21
pragmaticenigma!latest | guardian13:21
ubottuguardian: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.13:21
guardianso I'm wondering what's the point of that package13:21
guardianpragmaticenigma: yeah you're nitpicking on "latest" I think13:21
guardianpragmaticenigma: but I appreciate you're caring and answering me <313:22
drumhzok i had install ubuntu 19.04 on my laptop at the begin everything is ok , but know sometimes when i restart my laptop ubuntu stuck in loading firse page that one with the five circles what i can do ?13:22
lotuspsychjeguardian: you did not mention your ubuntu version yet, wich docker version are you using?13:23
pragmaticenigmaguardian: I am not nitpicking anything. that is the philosophy of Ubuntu. We are volunteers here and have no authority on the design decisions of Ubuntu.13:23
guiverc2drumhz, i'm unlikely to be able to help you, but I'd <e> (edit your grub entry) and remove 'quiet splash' from your 'linux' kernel line, so you can see messages and hopefully get a clue as to problem and hopefully where to look..13:23
guardiansorry, 18.0413:23
drumhzok i'll check it thank for hlp i will back here good bye13:24
lotuspsychjeguardian: there is also a docker snap if you want/like13:25
guardianis snap widely used?13:26
guardianso far it has frustrated me, because it modifies many files in /etc, while I'm used to version it with etckeeper on other distros13:27
fxrs_guiverc2, sha256 for the iso is correct. checking via usb boot fails.13:27
lotuspsychjeguardian: its the users choice really, in some cases a snap might result as solution to a higher version, or other purposes13:27
fxrs_im considering installing in legacy mode and trying to change to uefi once its installed.13:27
guiverc2fxrs_, i'd be suspicious of your write then (or thumb-drive), try writing again, or another thumb-drive..13:28
lotuspsychjefxrs_: its not reccomended to change uefi settings 'after' an install13:28
fxrs_guiverc2, ok. will try other usb and not legacy for now, lotuspsychje.13:29
guiverc2fxrs_, I'd agree with lotuspsychje too; if you do change UEFI settings you can find your first OS will not boot13:29
lotuspsychjefxrs_: for singleboot i set: fastboot=off secureboot=off maybe you can expirement, see if you can boot your usb?13:30
guiverc2and fyi fxrs_; in my experience Ubuntu is equal to opensuse with UEFI  (I've found Ubuntu slightly easier myself; but very subjective)13:31
fxrs_does it matter if dualboot is from different ssds? im switching to nvme and going to reinstall the ssd later anyway (with either tumbleweed or windows).13:31
fxrs_im suprised to have these problems now. never had them before with different pcs and laptops.13:32
lotuspsychjefxrs_: its possible to install different Oses on different media and setup uefi in a dualboot yes13:33
pragmaticenigmafxrs_: That would depend on if those machines where equiped with UEFI and how their bios/firmware was configured. Also, if you were running OpenSuSE, OpenSuSE and SuSE OS contain a signed UEFI certificate from Microsoft. Ubuntu does not contain that particular certificate13:33
lotuspsychjefxrs_: for your nvme you might need advanced partitioning in ubuntu13:33
fxrs_pragmaticenigma, not sure but i just hope i get the install to boot in uefi before i go more indepth. previously uefi worked well.13:36
fxrs_i got two boot options for uefi. for this alternative usb '3276' or '3276, Partition 2' (including partition sizes, which are on this usb equal). does it matter which one i chose?13:41
fxrs_.. with 'UEFI: ' prepended. third option (without uefi, so legacy) is just '3276', which i want to avoid.13:42
fxrs_ok, 2nd usb cheked the 'disc' successfully. and i thought the previous usb was the fast and 'good' one.13:47
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tuxihello anyone same problems with flash in 18.10 and 19.04?14:04
OerHekstuxi, what problem with flash exactly?14:06
femtogramso i want to cross compile some packages for arm64 from my amd64 system, so i added the http://ports.ubuntu.com repos, used sudo dpkg --add-architecture arm64, and ran sudo apt update. a good chunk of my dependencies install, but some of them, such as libopenmpi1.10 doesn't want to install in parallel. what can i do about this? this is on ubuntu 16.04 xenial.14:09
femtogrampartly i wonder if just using a newer version of ubuntu would work better because multiarch support was still fairly new at the time.14:10
tuxi0erHeks its not working with a flash game, its stuck14:11
tuxii had 19.04 upgradet and then the problem happend14:11
tuxias i downgradet to 18.10 its still there :-( i can't play flash games14:11
lotuspsychje!arm | femtogram14:12
ubottufemtogram: ARM is a specific (RISC) processor architecture used in a variety of applications such as handhelds and networkdevices. For more information see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ARM . For ARM specific support, stop by the #ubuntu-arm channel.14:12
femtogramlotuspsychje: okay, wrong channel?14:12
lotuspsychjewelcome femtogram ; )14:12
femtogrami will ask over there.14:12
drakeI have a problem when resume my laptop, my screen get freezed with random colors.14:26
lordcirth__drake, what Ubuntu version? What graphics card? What graphics driver?14:26
drakeI think the problem is the same as here https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=24174714:27
drakeUbuntu 18.04.2 LTS,14:27
drakeGraphics:  Card-1: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Wani [Radeon R5/R6/R7 Graphics] bus-ID: 00:01.014:27
drake           Card-2: Advanced Micro Devices [AMD/ATI] Sun XT [Radeon HD 8670A/8670M/8690M / R5 M330 / M430 / R7 M520]14:27
drakebus-ID: 03:00.014:28
drake           Display Server: X.Org 1.19.6 drivers: ati,radeon (unloaded: modesetting,fbdev,vesa,amdgpu)14:28
drake           Resolution: 1366x768@60.00hz14:28
drake           OpenGL: renderer: AMD CARRIZO (DRM 3.23.0, 4.15.0-47-generic, LLVM 7.0.0)14:28
drake           version: 4.5 Mesa 18.2.8 Direct Render: Yes14:28
lotuspsychje!paste | drake14:28
ubottudrake: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.14:28
drakesorry, years I have use IRC14:30
drakesorry, years I have not using IRC14:30
lordcirth__drake, ok, so did you try amdgpu.gpu_recovery?14:31
drakewhat is it14:31
drakea script?14:31
drakeor a kernel option]?14:31
lotuspsychje!patience | drake14:35
ubottudrake: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or https://ubuntuforums.org or https://askubuntu.com/14:35
ioriadrake, does this happen if you suspend manually ?14:37
drakeonly happens when the suspension spends more than one hour14:39
drakeif the time of suspension is shorts it does not happen14:39
lotuspsychjeioria drake i noticed new bug from today similar: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/xorg/+bug/182703114:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1827031 in xorg (Ubuntu) "Desktop wallpaper and lock screen wallpaper corrupted after waking up the system" [Undecided,New]14:40
drakewhen the suspension is manually it happens too14:40
ioriadrake, well, not easy to test the; if it happens again  run   Alt+f2 ; enter 'r' and Enter  (restart gnome-shell)14:40
OerHekstuxi, still no info what where, what ubuntu version and so on..14:42
* OerHeks wonders why there is no such info14:43
amitkm9204Can anyone telll me the use of ndtrack?14:44
amitkm9204As i am getting high cpu utilisation in my server14:45
lotuspsychjeamitkm9204: please join #ubuntu-server for likeminded support14:45
tuxi0erHeks i have ubuntu 18.10 right now14:54
tuxiand a APU Ryzen3 2200G no separate video card14:54
tuxibut i read in the ubuntu forum its might be a java script issue - while the flash is not working14:55
OerHekstuxi, what browser, and what game? url?14:56
vyzendid my message send14:57
tuxigoogle chrome  vers. 74.0.3729.10814:57
tuxifarmville 2 see https://zyngagames.com/14:58
roryexec 3> /dev/tcp/example.com/123415:00
drakehi again15:01
roryThis appears in a script I'm modifying, it seems to be checking if the machine is connected to that domain on that port, is that correct? How does it work?15:01
roryis it better replaced by: nc -vz example.com 123415:01
drakeioria I tried to suspend manually but after resumed It hanged up15:01
drakeno response of keyboard15:02
lotuspsychjedrake: did you have this on an LTS version?15:02
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drakeis LTS and I'm using xcfe15:03
drakeplease explain me how to set the gpu parameter15:03
lotuspsychjedrake: is your system up to date please?15:03
drakeyes lotus15:03
lotuspsychjecheck uname -a please drake15:04
drakeLinux pollux 4.15.0-47-generic #50-Ubuntu SMP Wed Mar 13 10:44:52 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux15:04
lotuspsychjekernel -48 is out drake, update your system first please15:04
lotuspsychje!uptodate | drake15:04
ubottudrake: To ensure you have all the latest known patches and security updates for your ubuntu installation, please update with the following command: `sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade`. See also !upgrades and !security; you may also need to run `apt full-upgrade`.15:04
OerHekswith such hardware, i would install HWE15:05
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack15:05
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OerHeksbut suspend is a headache, on many systems15:05
drakeI'm going to do that15:06
lotuspsychjedrake: if it doesnt fix, try what OerHeks adviced too15:07
metabsdHi, There a way to skip broken if I want to upgrade/install specific packages ? Thx!15:07
metabsdvia apt15:07
lotuspsychjemetabsd: can you pastebin whats happening please?15:08
OerHeksnormally you would read in the error 'apt install -f"...15:09
metabsdI also try with -f15:09
lotuspsychjemetabsd: do you have external ppa's installed?15:10
lordcirth__metabsd, if -f doesn't work, recurse on the specified packages until apt tells you why.15:10
OerHeksupdate properly before installing stuff15:10
lotuspsychjemetabsd: can you pastebin your sources.list ?15:18
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hggdhmetabsd: first off, 'apt-get --only-upgrades install <whatever>' will NOT install *anything* -- you just requested apt-get to ONLY upgrade15:34
hggdhmetabsd: secondly, it seems your install of ROCm failed, and left apt in a confused state15:34
TFaulknerare you running the command as sudo15:35
TFaulknersudo apt-get --only-upgrades install <whatever>15:35
hggdhTFaulkner: yes, it was run under sudo, but will NOT work. See 'man apt-get'15:36
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netriberHello, smartctl -a /dev/nvme0 returns this information https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/ZSmGR3Jwg6/ . Should I be worried?15:49
tomreynnetriber: is your nvme in smartdb?15:51
tomreynit should say on top15:52
tomreyni mean on the very top of smartctl -x15:53
tomreyngrep '^Device is:'15:54
tomreynalternatively:   sudo smartctl -P show /dev/nvme015:55
netribertomreyn,  NVMe device successfully opened16:06
netriberjust used sudo smartctl -Hc /dev/nvme0 , and got that it passed16:07
tomreynnetriber: okay, but that's not what i meant16:10
tomreynnor the options i suggested16:10
tomreyn"NVMe device successfully opened"  != "In smartctl database"16:10
felcoHello guys.. I have a issue with 18.04 using two monitors, whenever I lock the screen, when I come back and wake the screens only one come back with video, the other is inactive. Then I need to go to the Devices -> Display and select "Join Display" again, anyone knows what is going here?16:13
felcoAlso, I have 18.04 at home, but I have a nvidia there, and this issue doesn't happen at all16:13
tomreynfelco: i won't be able to help, but discuss which graphics hardware you have on the system where you'Re trying to solve the issue and  how the monitors are connected (connector/cable type)16:14
tomreynalso post    xrandr | nc termbin.com 9999   with both displays active.16:15
felcoThe problematic machine is using the onboard Intel Graphics, it is the adapter from the i3-8100(I don't quite remember which)16:15
netribertomreyn, grep for Device is doesn't return anything. smartctl -P show returns device successfully opened16:16
tomreynnetriber: that's "sudo smartctl -P show /dev/nvme0" ?16:16
netribertomreyn,  sudo smartctl -P show /dev/nvme0 . yes16:17
vyzenhow do you use chmod to change the permissions for only a group and not a user?16:18
tomreynnetriber: okay, so it's not in the smartmontools drive database, which i'd say supports the conclusion that smartctl is not able to fully / properly interpret the Error Information you posted initially.16:18
tomreynnetriber: and those records really look like there is no error.16:19
legreffiervyzen: chmod g+rw file , or chmod g-x file16:19
vyzenthat isn't specifying a certain group16:19
vyzeni am being asked to give one group full permissions, and another only read permissions16:20
netribertomreyn, ok , thank you . But how do you know it means that there are no errors?16:20
felcovyzen you can assign the directory/file to a group with chown and then give that group rw permission and read only to any other16:22
tomreynnetriber: i actually should not have said so. i am just guessing, all records look the same, so this may be just the result of smartctl's inability to interpret it correctly. it does not actually mean that there were no errors logged.16:23
tomreynnetriber: which ubuntu version is this?16:23
felcovyzen that would be chmod 664 for files and 775 for directories16:25
tomreynnetriber: you could try using the nvme-cli package to access the nvme-error-log https://www.mankier.com/1/nvme-error-log16:26
tomreynthere is also https://www.mankier.com/1/nvme-smart-log16:27
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vyzenthe way i am giving group permissions seems to only work for one group16:46
vyzenhow do i give one group full permissions and another read permission16:47
EriC^^vyzen: you could use an acl16:47
vyzena file can only be owned by one group16:48
vyzenthen you can only set permissions for that one group16:48
vyzenbut i am being asked to set permissions on one directory for two groups16:49
vyzeni looked it up and apparently you can't do this16:49
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Exterminadorerm.. I think I had this problem once and I had to delete something somewhere.. every time I login, I get a dialog saying: System program problem detected16:54
Exterminadorno matter if I hit Report problem or Cancel, if I logout and login again, it appears16:54
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ExterminadorI found the issue.. is something related to geoip-database-contrib package17:00
vyzenso i've given a directory read access to others17:02
vyzenand this somehow locks me out of it17:03
vyzeni don't understand17:03
vyzendrwxrwxr-- 2 NCIS Cyber 4096 Apr 30 11:52 Documentation17:04
vyzenthe user i'm trying to use to get into this directory is part of the cyber group17:04
lordcirth__vyzen, and you are not?17:05
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lordcirth__vyzen, in order to descend a directory, you need +x17:05
lordcirth__soulisson, hi17:11
kazdaxshould i get the LTS version of ubuntu or the newer one ?17:16
OerHeksif you need to ask, go LTS, unless you have a reason to want a newer version17:17
kazdaxis driver support on the newer one better17:18
kazdaxi mean are there more drivers for the newer one ?17:18
kazdaxi dont know if this laptop will take ubuntu without problems17:19
fellipehi, do anyone knows if is there google drive client that supports incremental(diff) sync? I've started to use rclone, but it does not support this operation17:19
kazdaxwas that a stupid question ?17:20
lotuspsychjekazdax: to try out if your hardware works on ubuntu, try a liveusb first17:21
OerHekskazdax, there are some improvements in the non lts version, but you can try the live iso17:21
kazdaxproblem is i dont have a usb17:21
kazdaxto spare17:21
kazdaxokay live boot also works on DVDs ?17:21
OerHeksbuy one, or use a dvd-r17:21
kazdaxokay ..ill do the DVD then ..17:21
entouragewhat is the best app for creating a bootable usbstick from an ISO in Ubuntu?17:22
OerHeksentourage, you have been answered in ##linux before.. dd, usbcreator, or WOEusb for windows iso's17:22
OerHeksthere is no single best :-)17:23
kazdaxi like dd17:23
kazdaxdd is simple and fast17:23
entourageOerHeks, I wish you wouldn't "help" me :<17:24
OerHeksgo to the next channel and ask again :-D17:25
entourageno cuz you'll be there waiting for me17:25
ExterminadorRufus on Windows ain't bad either (to create bootable USB sticks)17:26
kazdaxRufus is only for USB ?17:27
kazdaxdoes it make DVDs ?17:27
Exterminadoridk. I've used it for USB but might work with DVD17:27
Exterminadorkazdax: try and give feedback :P17:28
kazdaxtime for some kiss and tell17:29
kazdaxi am doing the LTS live DVD first17:29
catbadgerany perl ninjas out there? I installed using apt-get source apache2, but cpan doesn't see the directory. do i need it in my PATH or something?17:29
kazdaxif it runs smooth ..then i dont need the newer version17:29
kazdaxi could do a search about my laptop if it runs well on ubuntu17:30
Exterminadorkazdax: my laptop is able to run Disco Dingo (19.04)17:30
Exterminadorand it's a piece of crap17:30
OerHekskey is a proper videocard17:30
ubottuWant to talk about Ubuntu, but don't have a support question? /join #ubuntu-discuss for non-support Ubuntu discussion, or try #ubuntu-offtopic for general chat. Thanks!17:30
kazdaxlotus is one uptight dude17:31
kazdaxyou consider the LTS is better ?17:31
OerHekscatbadger, i think you need to enable sources in updates?17:32
kazdaxokay before i use rufus for making a DVD17:32
kazdaxanything i need to check for17:32
kazdaxBIOS UEFI17:32
OerHeksget a daily build of 18.04 lts ... saves a lot of updates17:32
felcokazdax you have a misunderstanding about drivers on linux... all drivers live in the Kernel, so most likely that doesn't matter if you use LTS or not17:34
Exterminadordoes anyone have any clues on this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/geoip-database-contrib/+bug/181102917:35
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1811029 in geoip-database-contrib (Ubuntu) "Package installation fails when attempting to download GeoIP database files" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:35
ExterminadorI need this package tho :/17:35
OerHeksGeoip-database-contrib has already been removed from Debian entirely [2] due to deprecation by upstream, apparently in favor of geoipupdate17:36
OerHekssee comment #417:36
OerHeks!info geoipupdate17:36
ubottugeoipupdate (source: geoipupdate): MaxMind GeoIP/GeoIP2 database updates. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 2.5.0-1 (bionic), package size 18 kB, installed size 59 kB17:36
ExterminadorI have that one installed yeah.17:39
Exterminadorso, it replaces the geoip-database-contrib one?17:39
catbadger@OerHeks enable sources in updates?? liek this? sed -i -- 's/#deb-src/deb-src/g' /etc/apt/sources.list && sed -i -- 's/# deb-src/deb-src/g' /etc/apt/sources.list17:43
catbadgeryup did that17:44
catbadgeractual wuestion is here if you want to get some updoots https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55926151/cpan-cant-see-apache-src-directory17:45
michagogoIs precise still supported? I thought LTS was 5 years17:45
lordcirth__!precise | michagogo17:46
ubottumichagogo: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) was the sixteenth release of Ubuntu. !End-of-life was April 28th 2017. See https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2017-April/003833.html for more information17:46
michagogoBut in meta-release and meta-release-lts it says it’s supported17:46
lordcirth__michagogo, link?17:46
lordcirth__michagogo, perhaps it counts ESM?17:47
ubottuCanonical offers paid extended security support for end-of-life LTS releases through the Ubuntu Advantage program. For more information, see https://ubuntu.com/esm . ESM is not an Ubuntu community offering; please direct questions about it to Canonical directly.17:47
* michagogo shrugs17:47
ubottuUbuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) was the 20th release of Ubuntu. !End-of-life was April 25th, 2019. Paid support (ESM) is available. See also !esm, !eol, !eolupgrade17:48
GoopI actually believe end of support was 30 April.17:49
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Goop12.04 is definitely forgotten. It is garbage, switch IMMEDIATELY!17:50
michagogoYeah, don’t worry, I’m not using it or anything17:50
lotuspsychjeGoop: please dont generalize such statements17:50
michagogoI just happened to notice it being listed in meta-release as supposed17:51
Gooplotuspsychje, only idiots...I mean special people... use Ubuntu 12.04 still.17:51
lotuspsychjeGoop: 12.04 and 14.04 continues ESM so there's no need to judge17:51
Gooplotuspsychje, how many people are actually going back and noticing bugs on an operating system very few people still use?17:52
lotuspsychjeGoop: feel free to continue the discussion at #ubuntu-discuss17:52
AngelKde12.04 end of the life17:53
GoopI think we are all on the same page. Yes, you can waste money supporting a dead operating system (12.04), but you should not use it.17:55
lordcirth__Goop, sometimes life interferes with the best-laid plans.17:58
Gooplordcirth__, yup. In which case, I would lock down the network access on/from the 14.04 box and be very stingy with what touches it.18:00
tpw_rulesso i am working on a 16.04 system where /etc/apt was deleted. how do i fix it without reinstalling?18:21
ash_worksiwhy does kdiff3 tell me 2 files are binary equal when they have clearly different contents? (as shown using meld)18:23
leftyfbtpw_rules: restore from backup18:26
EriC^^ash_worksi: can you show any info?18:26
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tpw_rulesleftyfb: there is none. it's a system i didn't install and that i can't reinstall cause i don't have the software for it18:29
jcottondo you have the means to make a live usb?18:29
jcottonoh wait18:30
jcottonyou can't reinstlal it18:30
tpw_rulescan i eg copy /etc/apt from a live cd18:30
tpw_rulesdpkg seems to work so i guess i can just be my own package manager18:30
pragmaticenigmatpw_rules: without apt, it will become very difficult to maintain software updates for that machine. Those updates would be very critical if that instance has any public facing interfaces (i.e. web server, file server, mail, etc)18:31
tpw_rulesyes i am aware of the risks. it's a specialized system that isn't public facing18:32
tpw_rulesi just need to install a couple packages on it18:32
pragmaticenigmatpw_rules: You might be able to transplant the config files from another instance. Optionally, install to a virtual machine, verify the contents of the files in that directory, and then transplant them over.18:32
pragmaticenigmatpw_rules: The only tricky part would be if you had any custom sources in the sources.list.d directory18:33
jcottonand then set up backups18:34
tricolopshey everyone18:55
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kazdaxi assume AMD graphic cards are not well supported by ubuntu ?19:06
kazdaxmy screen resolution is low19:06
kazdaxi need to find a way to increase it19:06
lordcirth__kazdax, they should work. What card?19:06
jcottonyou just probably need different drivvrs19:06
kazdaxhodl on ..let me check19:06
kazdaxya i was thinking i probably needed new drivers19:07
OerHeksno, you do not need new drivers19:07
OerHekswhat card is it?19:07
OerHeksnewest cards could use amdgpu-pro ..19:08
ubottuOpen driver for AMD cards: amdgpu (cards >= GCN1.2 aka GCN 3rd gen), radeon (older cards). Closed drivers: amdgpu-pro (>= GCN1.2) fglrx (older cards, unsupported by AMD in 16.04+). For info on GCN levels, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_AMD_graphics_processing_units . For fglrx info, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/AMD19:08
kazdaxits running on full resolution of the display19:10
kazdaxi am running it on a satellite c55-b520119:10
kazdaxi am looking for what sort of graphic card it uses19:11
OerHekslspci # would tell19:11
kazdaxit dosnt say19:13
kazdaxjust says intel coporation atom processor19:13
kazdax00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Atom Processor Z36xxx/Z37xxx Series Graphics & Display (rev 0e)19:13
stedipTrying to install a program in Lubuntu, but i have a dependecies problem. The program wants libapache2-mod-php, php-cgi and php. but insinaptic i have libapache2-mod-php5, php5-cgi and php5. I thought this would do, but no it doesn't work (i can't install the program, dependencies not satisfied). HELP PLEASE19:13
ioriastedip, libapache2-mod-php5  is for trusty 14.0419:14
kazdaxits odd that no one mentions what the graphic card is19:14
ioriakazdax, are you sure you have an ati /amd card ?19:15
stedipioria: yes that's my version of lubuntu19:15
OerHekskazdax, that is your gpu indeed, but not a racemonster19:15
kazdaxMobile Intel® HD graphics with shared graphics memory19:15
kazdaxokay i guess i dont have an AMD card19:16
kazdaxits an intel19:16
kazdaxits a really old and cheap laptop19:16
OerHekshere is a post with a xorg conf, that disables acceleration ( all done by cpu after that)19:16
ioriastedip, then 1) you are  end of life  2) libapache2-mod-php is not available on 14.0419:16
kazdaxi need it for studying ..so i installed ubuntu on it19:17
stedipioria: you mean there is no solution?19:17
ioriastedip, sure, upgrade to 16.04 or 18.0419:17
kazdaxare intel graphic cards supported well by ubuntu ?19:17
stedipioria: with 14.04 there is no swolution?19:17
ioriastedip, not a safe one and btw .... useless19:18
stedipioria: why?19:18
OerHeksstedip, php is now on version 719:18
ioriastedip, becasue you need to upgrade anyways19:18
kazdaxthis crappy hardware only supports that resolution its on right now19:19
OerHeksso what old guide do you follow?19:19
stedipfrom my understanding i only need to upgrade if i want thecomputer connected to the internet, isn't it so?19:19
ioriastedip, so you don't want to be connected ?19:20
stedipif i am disconnected, end of life doesn't matter i think...19:20
stedipi'll be connected with anothercomputer19:20
OerHeksstedip, true, and trusty support will end today19:20
ubottuUbuntu 14.04 LTS (Trusty Tahr) was the 20th release of Ubuntu. !End-of-life was April 25th, 2019. Paid support (ESM) is available. See also !esm, !eol, !eolupgrade19:20
OerHeksoh, is already dead19:21
ioriastedip, ok, what pkg/app is   giving you problem ?19:21
stedipOerHeks: so you can still help me solve my issue until midnight, right? :)19:21
OerHeksstedip, no19:21
ioriastedip, clearly it's a not supported 14.04 pkg ...19:22
OerHeksstedip, i don't care about EOL versions, i could help to upgrade.19:22
stedipbut technically it's still alive until midnight, isn't it?19:22
stedipthen i won't connect it to the internet, so why upgrade?19:23
OerHeksEnd-of-life was April 25th, 2019 ..19:23
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ioriastedip, yes, but you 're installing something that it's not 'stock'... and we're asking what that is19:23
OerHeksupdate servers will soon be gone, just 1 available, see the !eolupgrade factoid19:24
stedipioria: you want to know the program you mean?19:24
ioriastedip, yes19:24
stediphotldruid (the latest version, downloaded from the website)19:25
kazdaxfor virtual machines19:26
kazdaxdo i just download virt-manager ?19:26
lordcirth__kazdax, or Virtualbox, but yes19:26
stedipOerHeks: oh i thought it was April 30 (i think that's what it says in wikipdia)19:26
kazdaxi like virt-manager19:26
kazdaxVirtual box is cool too19:26
kazdaxapparenlty this ISO wont run in vmware19:26
stedipioria: do you want the link?19:26
kazdaxonly in virt-manager and virtualbox19:27
stedipioria: it's the deb package19:27
stedipioria: are you still there?19:28
ioriastedip, what version do you need exactly ?  2.3.2 ?19:29
stedipyes, that's the last one, right...19:30
ioriastedip, no way, ry  you can upgarde to 19.04 and test 2.3.0-219:30
ioriastedip, no way, sy  you can upgrade to 19.04 and test 2.3.0-219:31
stedipioria: you mean there is no way?19:31
stedipioria: ry/sy ?19:32
ioriastedip, nope....2.3.2 has been released on 27 feb 201919:32
stedipioria: but i can download the package from the website19:33
ioriastedip, and what ?19:33
[itchyjunk]Hi, i am planning on installing latex on ububtu and just wanted to touble check if `sudo apt-get install texlive-full` is the best way. I am looking at this tutorial : https://dzone.com/articles/installing-latex-ubuntu19:33
stedipioria: and then i install it... (with your help :)19:34
ioriastedip, nope19:34
stedipioria: is it not possible?19:34
OerHeksitchy very old manual19:35
ioriastedip, all is possible, butit will break (for sure) your system19:35
[itchyjunk]OerHeks, i was afrait of that. OerHeks any recommended tutorial to get started?19:35
ioriastedip, please, upgrade to a newer release19:35
OerHeksitchy the latest you get is from git https://www.latex-project.org/get/19:36
stedipioria: ok, but can you please help me understand why it is so dangerous?19:36
ioriastedip, 'cause it will break other packages19:37
stedipioria: is it safe to upgrade or should  need to backup everything19:38
stedipioria: is it safe to upgrade or should i backup everything first?19:39
ioriastedip, ok, the latest hoteldruid for ubuntu is 2.3.0-2 ... is good enough for you ?19:39
stedipioria: no, i need the last one19:40
OerHeksif you have no backup of your data, it is not important :-D19:40
ioriastedip, sorry19:40
ioriastedip, wait for eoan19:40
ioria!info hoteldruid eoan19:41
ubottuhoteldruid (source: hoteldruid): web-based property management system for hotels or B&Bs. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.3.2-1 (eoan), package size 1232 kB, installed size 10004 kB19:41
stedipOerHeks: yeah i guess i should have a backup anyways, you're right :)  - but is there a significant risk that things go bad in an upgrade?19:42
ioriastedip, you need a fresh install19:42
OerHeksread the changelogs of 16.04 and 18.04, these are huge19:42
ioriahe's on 14.0419:43
stedipioria: i don't understand you mean nobody can yet use that latest version?19:43
stedipioria: why fresh install?19:43
OerHeksioria, i know, so 16.04 changelog is a good start, when upgrading19:43
ioriastedip, i said 'wait'19:43
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stedipioria: yes, so that means NOW nobody can use it... but there has to be a way, doesn't it?19:45
ioriastedip, fresh install because you cannot upgrade fron 14.04 to 19.0419:45
ioriastedip, what you mean ?19:46
stedipioria: i only want to upgrade to 16.04 and get that (2.3.2) installed, i thought this was possible, isn't it?19:46
OerHeks14.04 > 16.04 lts > 18.04 lts > 18.10 > 19.0419:46
ioriastedip, you can't have 2.3.2 on xenial19:46
OerHeks!info hoteldruid xenial19:46
ubottuhoteldruid (source: hoteldruid): web-based property management system for hotels or B&Bs. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.1.4-1ubuntu2 (xenial), package size 973 kB, installed size 8586 kB19:46
ioriayou see ?19:47
stedipioria: not from the software center, but by downloading it from the websit19:47
ioriastedip, why risking ?19:48
ginofuck you19:48
stedipi don't understand, you only want us to get stuff from the software center, is that it?19:48
coz_gino, ???19:48
ioriastedip, xenial is 2016 , your pkg is for 2019; it's true that libapache2-mod-php is available on xenial  but i cannot garantee it will work19:49
ginocoz zat19:49
coconutgino: nobody is interested in that here gino19:49
OerHeks!coc > gino19:49
ubottugino, please see my private message19:49
OerHeksgino, stop that language, thanks.19:49
coz_gino,  so what is the issue with ubuntu?19:50
ginonot goed is schit19:50
ioriastedip, you will upgrade for .... nothing19:50
stedipioria: don't worry, if it won't work i won't hold you responsible, just please tell me what i need to do to TRY19:50
coz_gino,  no it is not19:50
ioriastedip, try this; boot a xenial 16.04 livecd and try to install that .deb19:51
coz_gino, however , if you dont like it it, there are other distributions19:51
stedipioria: ok thank you19:52
stedipOerHeks: also thank you19:53
OerHeksstedip, have fun!19:53
stedipI think this thing of not having the latest versions in the software center is annoying to many of us (not just me)19:54
ioriastedip, you are 14.04 ... you know that19:55
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stedipIt happens too often i think, even when you have a recent version...19:56
OerHeksUniverse - Community-maintained free and open-source software. .. find the testers and maintainers.. we depend on them, as ubuntu19:56
OerHeks*if* you need the latest, that means you have the latest linux version like 19.04 with kernel 5.x and such19:57
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stedipJust wanted to say that i think it's normal that when you install software you hope to get the best latest one and this seems rarely the case here (even when you have a recent version)20:00
OerHekswell, linux , not just ubuntu, made a huge change to SystemD, i think that is the real culprit between versions20:01
OerHeksand an os from 5 years ago, is it really worth it maintaining?20:01
stedipOerHeks: i'm afraid i'm too beginner to understand that... :)20:02
ducassestedip: after an ubuntu release is published it generally does not get newer versions of packages, just bufixes and security fixes20:02
stedipducasse: yes, that's the problem i think20:04
ducassestedip: it's not a problem, it's a feature20:05
stedipducasse: it should get newer versions of packages (i think most of us would prefer that)20:05
lordcirth__stedip, if you want newer packages, then do-release-upgrade20:06
stedipespecially the ltss20:06
lordcirth__stedip, the entire point of LTS is that it *doesn't* change20:06
ducassestedip: that would defeat the whole idea of lts20:06
stediplordcirth__: even so, as said above, the software center will still lead me not to the latest packages (see above)20:06
stedipducasse: why?20:07
lordcirth__stedip, on what Ubuntu version, and what package is out of date.20:07
lordcirth__stedip, LTS means two things: 1) It will keep getting security updates for a long time. 2) It will not randomly change things on you.20:07
OerHeks!info hoteldruid20:09
ubottuhoteldruid (source: hoteldruid): web-based property management system for hotels or B&Bs. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.2.2-1 (bionic), package size 1196 kB, installed size 9663 kB20:09
lordcirth__stedip, however, this isn't a support question anymore. Is there a specific package that is not new enough on 19.04 for your needs?20:09
stediplts is great, and i am happy they will even be extended to 10 years now. But i wish we could have newer apps in the software center.20:11
JPSmanHello everyone that I love20:11
jeremy31stedip: 19.04 only gets 9 months of support20:11
OerHeks5 years community, and 5 years paid makes 10 years20:11
lordcirth__stedip, you can. Update to 19.04. You can't have your cake and eat it too.20:11
OerHeks* for lts20:12
JPSmanI have a bug I'd like to submit... and I don't know how to20:12
ducassestedip: that's where snaps come in20:12
stediplordcirth__: yes, the package we were talking about before (2.3.2)20:12
lordcirth__!bug | JPSman20:12
ubottuJPSman: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its official !flavors, please report it using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.20:12
JPSmanyeah, its not a package though20:12
lordcirth__JPSman, what is it, then?20:12
JPSmanThe link in the software updater points to the wrong URL20:13
stediplordcirth__: apparently it's not in the software center (even of 19.04)20:13
jeremy31stedip: check Synaptic Package Manager20:13
JPSmanI was curious what had to be updated from a fortran compiler from 1995 - and the link in it points to Launchpad, but the link is bad20:13
lordcirth__stedip, there are many packages that don't show up in the software center, but are in the repos. Use apt.20:13
OerHekslordcirth__, he wants the latest on the hoteldruid site20:14
stediplordcirth__: yes but it'd be nice if the spftware center brought you to the best/latest package instead of an old one, that's all i was saying20:14
JPSmanthe link that Software Updater points to is this: http://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-defaults/4%3A7.4.0-1ubuntu2.2/+changelog20:15
JPSmanwhich, of course, doesn't work20:15
adacgeoclue[22399]: (geoclue:22399): Geoclue-WARNING **: Failed to query location: Forbidden20:16
adacSo my redshift gtk app is not starting20:16
adacthis is the error in syslog20:16
madkinsThat might happen more now that I have been seeing snaps in the Software Center20:16
lordcirth__stedip, it is hard enough to maintain a distro without also updating everything constantly. But if they (or you) make a snap or Nix package or something, you could get the latest.20:17
OerHeksJPSman,  what fortran compiler exactly?20:17
OerHeksand on what ubuntu version?20:17
JPSmanChanges for gfortran versions:20:18
JPSmanInstalled version: 4:7.3.0-3ubuntu2.120:18
JPSmanAvailable version: 4:7.4.0-1ubuntu2.220:18
JPSmanon 18.0420:18
OerHeksthere seems to be an update, maybe it is fixed?20:18
JPSmanOerHeks, the issue is that Software Updater has a link that points to the wrong URL20:19
JPSmanthe link that Software Updater points to is this: http://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-defaults/4%3A7.4.0-1ubuntu2.2/+changelog20:19
JPSmanwhich is wrong20:19
OerHeksthat version number looks right to me, https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic-updates/gfortran20:20
JPSmansure - but the link is wrong20:20
stedipI have inform myself on these snap/nix packages...20:20
OerHekswell, upgrade to the latest, not sure why you didn't.20:21
JPSmanwell, I like to read update information before doing an update20:21
OerHekssudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade20:21
JPSmanuh huh yeah those ARE the commands for an update20:21
stedipthank you everyone, bye bye :)20:22
hggdhJPSman: open a bug on it: ubuntu-bug gfortran, and explain about the invalid link on the last version20:22
JPSmanSo, thats how I would do it?20:23
JPSmanThank you20:23
hggdhJPSman: on a terminal, enter "ubuntu-bug gfortran", and follow the instructions20:23
OerHekshggdh, the last version is .40, he has .30 installed20:23
JPSmanhggdh, I did that - and at no time was there an option to explain the bad URL in Software Updater20:24
hggdhOerHeks: I know. JPSman can either (1) install the new version, thn open the bug, or (2) report on what they currently have, and explain it applies to the NEWEST version20:24
JPSmansoooo they just got a uselss bug report20:24
hggdhJStoker: you should have a browser window opening to launchpad.net. This is where you would be able to explain20:25
JPSmanHow do I submit a bug and type in an explanation about whats up?20:25
hggdhJPSman: ^(sorry JStoker, bad tab-completion20:26
hggdhJPSman: I just told you what do to20:26
JPSmanhggdh, I did that.  I typed: ubuntu-bug gfortran   and it collected information, and at no time was I able to type in an explanation about a bad URL, so they got a useless report20:27
stediplordcirth__: yeah these snap packages seem cool... :)20:28
hggdhJPSman: is this a desktop or a server environment? You should have had a browser window opened to finish up the bug submission20:28
JPSmanhggdh, desktop, and no, no browser popped up... I'm looking at --help and also the https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs website now......20:29
hggdhJPSman: weird. I just tried on my laptop, and I *did* get a pop-up to confirm I want to open a bug (and -- after clicking on the SEND button -- a browser window should open)20:34
JPSmanhggdh, yeah, I even just tried closing my firefox all together, and sending it, and no browser popped up.20:35
hggdhJPSman: did you get the "Ubuntu - Apport" window opened, with the summary of data collected?20:36
JPSmanhggdh, yes, yes I did.  after clicking "send" nothing more happened.20:36
hggdhJPSman: I have no clue, then. Works for me... I ran it, clicked on SEND, and a new page opened on my Chromium, with lp.net, stating it was processing data received20:38
hggdhJPSman: THEN I get the usual bug filling page20:39
JPSmanhggdh, does it have to do with MIME (or something?) not knowing what my default browser is?20:39
JPSmanubuntu-bug ubuntu-bug lol20:39
hggdhJPSman: IDK, but it might20:47
JPSmanhggdh, I'm logging into Ubuntu One and filing a report "manually"20:47
Cryptolockhi guys, i have a ubuntu server, whevenver its reboot it wont connect untill i add default gw.20:56
leftyfbCryptolock: configure your network properly20:58
Cryptolockleftyfb are you saying it not configured properly ?20:59
jymUsing mate...   I can see a smb share in gui, shouldn't it also be available in the shell too?21:17
newdimensionWhere does Ubuntu store the fact that the system user (the one created during install). Has sudoer permission? I don't see it in /etc/sudoer21:17
newdimension(got d/c not sure if first time went through)21:17
naccnewdimension: i believe that user is added to the 'sudo' group?21:18
newdimensionnacc: In what case do people edit the sudoers files then?21:19
naccnewdimension: to add other sudo rules?21:19
naccnewdimension: I don't know to answer that question without saying "when they need to", really?21:19
naccnewdimension: I would guess most Ubuntu users do not edit said file21:20
newdimensionSo that file is like a config, while groups are used to give permissions21:20
naccnewdimension: that file is explicitly a config, yes.21:20
naccnewdimension: `man sudoers`21:20
newdimensionThank you for clearing that up. Appreciate it!21:20
nacc(s/config/policy definition/)21:20
jymnewdimension: Are you trying to make your user root all the time?21:20
newdimensionjym: No, I'm automating the creation of remote users using ansible, and wanted to understand what I'm doing21:21
newdimensionI know that sudo privileges should only be invoked by calling sudo21:21
jymnewdimension: ah ok, glad that you are aware of that  =)21:21
newdimensionThanks for pointing it, it's the kind of thinkg that falls into you don't know what you don't know21:22
newdimension*pointing it out, though21:22
adacGuys my redshift stopped working ;/21:30
adacHow can I debug why it is not working anymore21:30
newdimensionHave you tried turning it off then on again?21:30
adacnewdimension, yes :D21:31
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* newdimension escalate to level 2 support and walks slowly away21:32
adacnewdimension, only message i see in syslog when i restart it is: (geoclue:26735): Geoclue-WARNING **: Failed to query location: Forbidden21:33
adacnot sure if this is causing ot21:33
adacI think it stopped working with the latest kernel in my 16.04 installation21:33
newdimensionI actually don't even know what redshift is. Sorry can't help21:33
adacit filters off the blue lights from the monitor in the evening/night21:34
adacso you get tired finally :D21:34
adacnot sitting in front of computer the whole night :P21:34
OerHeksif that error is comming from Geoip-database-contrib. it has  been removed from Debian entirely [2] due to deprecation by upstream, apparently in favor of geoipupdate21:34
OerHeksbesides: 18.04 GNOME provides features like Redshift out-of-the-box and has Wayland support.21:35
adacOerHeks, I really need to update then21:35
El_HombreGilets jaunes: Appel à la révolution: Le mot d'ordre pour ce 1er mai: TOUT CASSER21:35
adacthing onyl is I need this notebook for my work and don't want to break anything atm21:35
adacbut probably an upgrade is not a big issue right?21:36
grogengreetings all, have a question21:37
grogeni'm using ubuntu 18 desktop21:37
grogenis there any way to make lockscreen more nice and fancy than usual21:37
grogeni mean not only background, but whole design of lockscreen21:37
OerHeksredshift is @ v1.11 http://jonls.dk/redshift/ and bionic gives that version too.21:38
OerHeks!info redshift bionic21:38
ubotturedshift (source: redshift): Adjusts the color temperature of your screen. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.11-1ubuntu1 (bionic), package size 77 kB, installed size 419 kB21:38
OerHeks.. but why reinvent the weel21:38
adacyes if Gonme has it out of the box that is fine for me21:39
adacdoesn't have t be redshift. Should only get tired at some point ;)21:39
OerHeksgrogen, maybe you can find or write a gnome extention, the lockscreen background is an available option in systemsettings21:39
grogengot it, will have a look21:39
grogenthank you21:39
OerHeksthere is a whole discussion https://blogs.gnome.org/aday/2018/05/09/redesigning-the-lock-screen/21:40
adacOerHeks, For redshift I guess then then redshift would need to use/implement geoipupdate21:42
amcsihow can I run a command forked in such a way that even if I close the terminal, the process would continue to run?21:47
blackflowamcsi: there's nohup, but I'd advise running your process under tmux or screen21:52
amcsiblackflow, I use tmux/screen. They're great, but I'm looking for something I can tell a colleague to use who doesn't know how to use tmux/screen21:53
amcsiso instead of `<command> &`, I would write `nohup <command> &` ?21:54
idlemindso seemingly crazy question - using an ubuntu livecd can i send a parameter at boot that will start the installation? if so, can I also signal the options to use?22:06
catbadgerhey, so I'm trying to configure a squid proxy, but the tutorial employs /etc/networking/interfaces... do i need to bridge the networks in netplan?22:07
OerHeksidlemind, a preseed file comes in mind22:07
idlemindoerheks ya that's what i'm thinking - not sure if that works in a livecd environment though22:07
catbadgerto clarify, there's 2 nics, and i want all traffic to go through the proxy transparently22:08
catbadgerjust want to watch with more detail22:08
OerHeksidlemind, that would work with a live usb + persistence part22:09
idlemindthanks i'll give it a try!22:09
OerHeksdepends on what system you want to do this, UEFI may need additional settings22:09
blackflowamcsi: for starters, you'd look up the nohup manpage :)  also, tmux or screen are really nothing extra to learn for your friend.  you run tmux, you start your program, you ctrl+b d   to detach, you "tmux attach" back to attach. if your friend can use command line, they can use this too.22:20
mra90kernel code has a lot of definitions of macros like "EXPORT_SYMBOL_GPL" what is the best way to figure out which one is appropriate for me?22:29
mra90by for me I mean for the source code from which it was called22:29
newdimensionWhat decides which user group new files create by a user belong to?22:31
xamithantheir primary group22:31
newdimensionHow can I find that out?22:32
newdimensionusermod I think22:32
xamithanid -gn user22:33
newdimensionShouldn't a user be able to usermod themselves without sudo?22:34
newdimensionI'm getting permission error22:34
newdimensionusermod: Permission denied.usermod: cannot lock /etc/passwd; try again later.22:35
xamithanWhy would they.  Then they could change their groups theirself22:35
xamithanor edit passwd22:35
newdimensionoh thought, it's like picking your own primary group. But you're making sense22:35
xamithanYou don't pick that,  you get it assigned by the admin22:36
newdimensionright. Is the primary group the first group the user gets added to? That's what happened22:36
xamithanUnless it is changed,  it is usually the same as the username22:36
newdimensionSo I'm automating usercreation using ansible and they use the low-level addser22:37
newdimensionIt doens't create a group for the user22:37
xamithanThe group has to already exist and you use the -g option to assign it primary22:38
dex1983I want to copy a file via scp but how I can add a parameter fo my .ssh file because I have a custom path to it22:40
blackflowdex1983: can you give an example of what exactly you're doing? in a pastebin22:41
xamithanYou want to set the environment PATH inside the .ssh dir ?22:42
ghost-287hello, i have a problem with my external wifi antenna in ubuntu 18.0422:44
dex1983yes blackflow: https://pastebin.com/bWAszcwj22:44
ghost-287it worked fine, but after reboot it s not working,22:44
ghost-287means that it dont detect any wifi22:44
ghost-287and not shown in ifconfig22:45
blackflowdex1983: and where does a "my .ssh file" come into this picture? what is it anyway?22:45
dex1983i need the parameter to it22:47
dex1983for scp22:47
dex1983without I cannot login to my server22:47
xamithanFrom that paste you just need an ssh-key22:47
blackflowdex1983: yeah, what xamithan said. there's no command param for scp, you need to set up the keys first.  https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-ssh-keys-on-ubuntu-160422:48
dex1983thanks but I have my ssh keys22:49
dex1983they are working when login via ssh22:49
blackflowDalekSec: apparently not22:49
xamithanwell they are not in the known_hosts file for that user22:49
xamithanOtherwise it would have worked22:49
blackflowDalekSec: oops. mistab22:49
dex1983I only need the parameter for scp22:49
dex1983that it works22:49
blackflowdex1983: there is no extra parameter. if you can   `ssh someserver`  then you can scp to it as well22:49
dex1983i have to ssh -i .ssh/marduk md@ipaddress that is works22:50
xamithanWell you can do scp -i also22:51
blackflowor use -o IdentityFile . But instead, set up your ~/.ssh/config properly so you don't have to specify any params.22:52
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vcxvcghello, i am trying to install the nvidia proprietary drivers.  i have added the ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa  repository with `sudo add-apt-repository ppa:graphics-drivers/ppa` and ran apt update, then tried installing nvidia-304.  it gives me this error:  https://pastebin.com/raw/hp2jzBH122:59
xamithanWe don't assist with PPAs,  contact the maintainer for support or try ##linux23:01
dex1983ah ok thanks xamithanm23:02
blazeme8In a debian repository, what is the "binary-amd64", "binary-i386", "source" etc part of the URL called?23:08
blazeme8Like how "main", "multiverse", etc are called Components, what's the word for ^ ?23:09
xamithanWhat,  this isn't #debian23:11
blazeme8ubuntu uses the same packaging tools :)23:11
xamithanWell it is kind of off-topic but all the information you need is here: https://wiki.debian.org/DebianRepository/Format23:12
blazeme8yes and no, on that page they *mention* it and show it containing the architecture name but dont give a specific name to that part of the path23:13
blazeme8i'm also looking at http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/bionic-backports/multiverse/ which contains "i8n" and "debian-installer" which certainly arent architectures23:14
xamithan"Binary package indices are in binary-$arch subdirectory of the component directories."23:15
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blazeme8hmm so "Index" might make sense then23:15
noregretso I got this service https://bpaste.net/show/38c72b21bced and all newly created torrent files/dirs are 755 and not 775, any idea why?23:15
blazeme8that's the placeholder ive been using for now23:15
xamithanWhat's wrong with binary package indices23:16
blazeme8because in my link above "source" and "i8n" are directories at the same level23:16
xamithannoregret: Your umask is in that paste,  you can change it if you like23:16
blazeme8and sources arent binaries23:16
blazeme8i'm writing a tool for repo management and would like to have the internal and api terminology as correct as possible :)23:17
xamithanYour service might be ignoring the umask from the unit.  You might could try Environment='UMASK=0002'23:18
xamithannoregret: Wait..  Looking at that paste again you have it set as Umask not UMask23:22
sere_whats the easiest way to copy files from one destination to another maybe sync but skip files that are already in the destination folder.. aka one way sync to an external drive with skipping files already on the drive.23:24
sere_trying to use rsync but dont see any options like this23:24
xamithanDoesn't rsync do that by default ?23:25
noregretxamithan: aha, so it's a typo, i'll fix that and try again, thanks23:27
sere_xamithan: i could get it to not replace everythign even grsync replaces everything and has no option to skip23:28
sere_could not*23:28
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xamithanWell there is a --ignore-existing option23:30
sere_xamithan: I have it checked but it still replaces everything.23:31
xamithanIt will still copy if the timestamp is newer on the local system.  Maybe you also want the --size-only flag as well23:34
Sbur3Any equivalent to stbemu to watch programs on your living room screen?23:34
sere_xamithan: source /media/e/videos destination /media/d/videos. This creates a folder in /media/d/videos/videos.  hmm23:35
xamithanThat is the intended behavior23:36
sere_xamithan: im confused because I would like it to just go to /media/d/videos and not /media/d/videos/videos23:37
xamithanDoes it work if you do /media/d/videos /media/d/23:37
xamithanYou could also probably do it like /media/d/videos/* /media/d/videos/*23:37
xamithanAlso remember,  the trailing / at the end matters for copies like that23:40
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sere_xamithan: I believe it is working now with /media/d/ It went from 17 hours to 1 hour of copy time23:41
sere_xamithan: thanks alot for the help23:41
JonelethIrenicuswow dd is so slow23:44
sere_xamithan: its done :) and so much easier. thanks again23:46
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