arejayemCan anyone help with installing Ubuntu Studio 19.04 on a VMware Workstation VM please?10:55
m_ad[m]was about to reply but you left: yes other images work but if i'm not misaken someone mentioned ubuntu studio isn't configured to work in a vm10:58
m_ad[m]however i'm not 100% sure10:58
arejayemAhh that sucks...11:01
m_ad[m]come back in a couple of hours when the lead devs are around and ask again just to make sure.11:04
arejayemOK, thx mate11:04
Eickmeyerm_ad[m]: You'd be correct. Ubuntu Studio, for whatever reason, will not run cleanly in a VM. Fixing that is of the lowest priorities since it's not designed to run in a VM anyhow.14:51
EickmeyerI don't understand why anybody would want to run it in a VM anyhow since that causes performance degredation, especially for audio applications.14:51
EickmeyerI mean, other than testing. But, if you're going to test it, run the life ISO. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯14:52
Eickmeyer*live ISO14:52
sakrecoeri was wondering if could change rule nr.5 in the facebook group16:11
sakrecoer"Give more than you take to this group. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren't allowed."16:12
sakrecoerto "Give more than you take to this group. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren't allowed. Hoever, on Wednesday you may post selfpromoting links"16:12
sakrecoerwe might miss out on some pretty neat creations otherwise16:13
sakrecoerit's hard to be an independent creator. Especially since netiquette kindof dictates that, unless you got an organism promoting you, you are just an ugly self-promoter16:13
sakrecoerEickmeyer ^16:14
sakrecoer(my tinfoil hat sometimes whispers to me at night that the whole "self-promotion" taboo was made up by major labels and microsoft16:16
sakrecoerregardless of the origin, it's really hard to be an independent creator16:17
sakrecoermake it sundays or 3rd friday of the week i don't know. But excluding it all together is not very cool.16:18
sakrecoerHere's my proposition for it: "Give more than you take to this group. Spam, is not allowed and selfpromotion is discouraged, except on %{day} where you are invited to share your creative output."16:29
studio-user084latest versions of vmlinuz & initrd.img-4.15.0-48-lowlatency causes system to reboot.  How do I keep software updated from installing the new version?16:38
Eickmeyersakrecoer: That's a good one, but I'd even go as so far as allow creative output from Ubuntu Studio every day.17:01
Eickmeyerstudio-user084: If you don't keep your computer updated (especially the kernel), you're going to run into a lot of security issues. I'd reccomend...17:02
Eickmeyer!hwe | studio-user08417:03
ubottustudio-user084: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack17:03
Eickmeyersakrecoer: That said, I'll go ahead and make a rule change on that.17:04
sakrecoer+700 on agreeing creative output everyday! \o/ thank you Eickmeyer17:19
sakrecoerallowing even lol17:19
sakrecoeralso, happy walprugis everyone! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walpurgis_Night17:20
studio-user084will dig further, but looks like the new kernals are x64  not i38617:21
Paavi2_0sakrecoer: hauskaa vappua!17:23
Paavi2_0also https://youtu.be/IlWRzOe-uZM17:25
unshackledanyone know how to install ubuntu studio packages on Kali Linux?17:41
unshackledI need a PPA right?17:41
unshackledor is there a script i can use with apt or whatever?17:41
Eickmeyerunshackled: Kali Linux is not supported.17:43
EickmeyerYou're on your own. We cannot support more than Ubuntu and its flavors here.17:44
ubottuThe Ubuntu channels can only provide support for Ubuntu and its official flavors, since other distributions and derivatives have repository and software changes. So please use their dedicated support venues, for example: Linux Mint (#linuxmint-help on irc.spotchat.org), Kali Linux (#kali-linux), and LXLE (#lxle)17:44
unshackleddual boot it is then17:48
unshackledtoo bad you guys should consider doing a partnership with Skywave Linux I found out Ubuntu Studio is really great for a lot of my ham radio stuff17:49
Eickmeyerunshackled: I'm glad they got it to work! However, we are an official flavor of Ubuntu and as such have to abide by that.17:50
EickmeyerAnd, we're a really small team, so we're trying our best to do what we've got.17:51
OvenWerksunshackled: if whatever distro you are using depends on up to date ubuntu repos, you should be able to install ubuntustudio-installer and get someting working... or at least have the applications. I would look for the version of ubuntustudio-installer from the ubuntustudio backports PPA for the most up to date version. However, as stated it is at own risk. we may note that it didn't work for you18:48
OvenWerksand pass that on, but will spend no time trying to make it work :)18:48
OvenWerksThe other way to do things is to install Studio and then add whatever DE you would prefer.18:50
OvenWerksAgain this is not something we can support, but at least you should be able to test before adding that DE and know if it causes trouble.18:51
unshackledmost distros i use you can do sudo tasksel and tick off ubuntu studio19:41
unshackledi screwed up installing kali first19:41

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