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haroldvHi sorry for the code pasted00:01
haroldvOk my problem is that my SO ubuntu 18.1000:02
haroldvwhen I execute the command "system-analyze blame" the first result is this   31.291s dev-sda2.device00:03
haroldvhow can I fix this delay ?00:03
haroldvsomebody help me please00:04
tomreynharoldv: your system journal was flushed during the previous boot, which took 11 seconds.00:04
tomreynthis shouldn't happen every time.00:05
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tomreynharoldv: post the http address returned by:    sudo systemd-analyze critical-chain | nc termbin.com 999900:06
tomreyn!paste | haroldv: also read this for when you need to paste again00:07
ubottuharoldv: also read this for when you need to paste again: 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.00:07
haroldvtomreyn https://termbin.com/nm1500:08
haroldvthanks ubottu00:09
tomreynharoldv: that's not fast, but also doesn't look wrong. initially i asked you a question you seemed to ignore?  <tomreyn> was it faster previously, or is it a new install? if it was faster before, what changed in between?00:10
haroldvyes before was faster00:11
tomreynbefore what?00:11
haroldva month ago00:12
tomreynwere you running the same ubuntu version then?00:12
gambl0rehow much battery life do you guys get?00:12
haroldvyes the same version00:12
haroldvHow can i mention you in this chat ?00:13
tomreynharoldv: << like this.00:13
tomreynharoldv: you just type the name of whom you're adressing.00:13
tomreynright, like this00:14
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haroldvtomreyn: https://termbin.com/um8i00:15
tomreynharoldv: so since you were running the same ubuntu version a month ago, but booting the system got slower since, this means that something else must have changed. maybe your file systems are running full ( df -h | nc termbin.com 9999 ) or your storage is growing old and forgetful ( !smart )00:16
tomreyn!smart | haroldv00:16
ubottuharoldv: smart is Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology, a monitoring system for hard drives. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Smartmontools00:16
tomreyni see nothing unusual on your systemd-analyze output.00:17
tomreynfile systems are fine00:17
haroldvwhy is very slow the boot to load login ?00:18
tomreyn<tomreyn> haroldv: your system journal was flushed during the previous boot, which took 11 seconds.00:19
tomreynanother explanation for slowness would be the storage becoming unreliable. so do a short 'smart' self-test on all disks.00:20
tomreynand review the data which was collected passively.00:21
tomreyni'm off to bed now, good luck.00:21
haroldvthanks tomreyn:00:21
tomreynyou're welcome, harold. read  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Smartmontools and share your output here (and in ##linux in no one ia around here).00:22
leonarduswhat wifi adapter should i get for gigabit internet that is supported on ubuntu?00:26
leftyfbleonardus: https://certification.ubuntu.com/catalog/category/WIRELESS/00:28
leonardusleftyfb: https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/KEtk5OBf/image.png00:29
leftyfbleonardus: looks like you have some proxy issues to resolve00:30
leonardusi'm not using a proxy. looks like that's on ubuntu's side00:30
leftyfbleonardus: it's working fine here.00:32
LuckyMandoes the last kernel update fixs the zombie?00:34
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leftyfbLuckyMan: you're going to have to be more specific than that00:36
LuckyManleftyfb, intel zombie bug00:36
leftyfbLuckyMan: got a link?00:37
LuckyManleftyfb, https://www.cyberus-technology.de/posts/2019-05-14-zombieload.html00:38
leftyfbLuckyMan: https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-security/cve/2018/CVE-2018-12126.html00:40
LuckyManleftyfb, thanks00:42
arooni_team_bi tried to upgrade my ubuntu server from 18.04.1 to .2 but i got the message 'no valid mirrors found'  what should i do differently01:01
Svetawhat command did you use?01:02
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arooni_team_bsudo do-release-upgrade01:07
rbkyuHello everyone, I have a question regarding keyboard input methods. Anyone able to offer some assistance?01:09
nshirelaptopusually you just want to ask the question rather than asking if you can ask a question01:10
rbkyuWonderful, thanks01:10
rbkyuBasically I am looking for a method to detect the currently active input method01:10
rbkyuI have fcitx installed with mozc01:10
rbkyuis there a way to detect whether mozc is enabled or keybord US english is enabled?01:11
rbkyuvia the command line01:11
leftyfbarooni_team_b: sudo apt upgrade # that is all you need01:13
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nshirelaptoprbkyu, my only suggestion would be to find out where the config file for that is stored and write a script to read that01:21
nshirelaptopdoes anyone else have a problem where chromium randomly disappears from the taskbar? I can still alt-tab into it though01:21
rfmrbkyu, does "Im-config -c -m" show you anything you find useful?  The second value printed should be your active im config.01:26
rbkyunshirelaptop: The config file does not seem to include any useful info about the currently active method01:29
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rbkyui dont seem to have im-config available but sounds like a plausible solution, i will look into it01:32
rfmrbkyu, it's in package "im-config", not sure why you don't have it, I do and I don't even have any input methods installed01:34
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guest3205hi everyone, im trying to install 18.04 LTS amd64 on a 2008 iMac with a core 2 duo CPU, but i haven't been able to successfully boot the ubuntu DVD, just curious if anyone knows what trick might be needed to get an older intel Mac to start up Ubuntu01:55
rbkyurfm: Thank you very much, I will look into it, I also found this useful post --> https://superuser.com/questions/935165/how-can-i-change-my-fcitx-input-method-from-the-terminal02:02
speeder39_Can I ask are you keeping the Mac osx installed???02:04
gambl0r3using vi how do i save :set showmode in vi config settings?02:27
leftyfbgambl0r3: "set showmode" in ~/.vimrc02:28
gambl0r3leftyfb, thanks02:30
gambl0r3i have to create the file? i dont see it02:30
Lowbatthi bro02:42
Lowbattcan you speak02:42
leftyfbLowbatt: This is an Ubuntu support channel. Please detail the issue you are having with Ubuntu.02:43
leftyfbKAMVANG: this is not the appropriate place to test your IRC client02:47
duoiusing ubuntu 18.0402:52
duoifor some reason gnome extensions dont turn on02:52
duoii flick the little switch thing but they dont actually enable and refreshing the page puts them back in the off position02:52
duoiany ideas?02:52
duoihmm maybe its chrome-gnome-shell02:53
duoinope not that02:53
amosbirdhow can I grab the boot log while boot is hanging?03:25
TJ-amosbird: serial or USB console maybe?03:29
apb1963TJ-, I forgot the channel name03:31
TJ-apb1963: hehehe squoo.sh03:32
wondowsHow to open a window from terminal in the current dir?03:37
amosbirdTJ-: usb console?03:39
amosbirdwell the log is dumped to the screen, I don't even know if it writes to any temp files03:39
TJ-amosbird: USB3 especially has a dedicated debug channel, and the linux kernel can be configured to write to that, but that is specialised facility needing a special cable03:40
duoiwondows xdg-open .03:40
wondowsor nautilus .03:40
TJ-amosbird: that's why I suggested serial, if the PC has a serial interface (many don't these days, making decapturing debug messages difficult)03:40
wondowsbut there's a problem, it blocks the terminal, it runs as a process in the terminal03:41
amosbirdTJ-: I guess it does as it's a virual machine03:41
wondowsI lose the ability to enter commands in the terminal03:41
TJ-amosbird: oh, with a VM it's easy! I have just finished a serial debug session with a VM for someone else, we had both GRUB and linux kernel output to serila03:42
TJ-amosbird: you'd need to mount the VM disk image's root-fs to edit its GRUB config, and configure the hypervisor to give you a serial console. We used qemu-system-x86_64 from a shell (not using GUI) and it worked fine03:44
duoiwondows put an & at the end03:48
IrssiNewbieeHello, I am trying to run desktop-notify (script) for irssi, however when triggered, I receive the following error: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.freedesktop.Notifications was not provided by any .service files at04:01
IrssiNewbiee          /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/perl5/5.26/Glib/Object/Introspection.pm line 67.04:01
wondowsduoi: ugly04:01
IrssiNewbieeDoes anyone know how I can fix that ?04:01
wondowsmacOS wins once again. Just type ` open .` and it just works, no bs04:02
jcottonxdg-open should work for that wondows04:03
jcottonoh ic04:03
amosbirdTJ-: um, any tutorial I can follow?04:04
IrssiNewbieeI guess I am second in the queue :)04:04
MannyLNJI just did an apt-get update and apt-get upgrade. Now my DNS is not working properly. When I try apt-get updateI am getting name resoluton problems04:07
jiqireni'm having trouble getting non-builtin apt source working with unattended upgrade, any pointers?04:08
jiqirenbasically not able to figure out the right mix of stuff to put in Unattended-Upgrade::Allowed-Origins for https://dl.yarnpkg.com/debian04:08
wondowsIn the Terminal I went to Edit > Preferences > Shortcuts and assigned Ctrl+K to Reset and Clear and it does not work04:11
sere_is it possible to resize nautilus's icon size04:37
wondowssere_: ctrl + scroll? sadly it changes the icon size everywhere04:41
tbrownAm trying to install spotify i386 I found the DEB file online I don't understand this because when I go into root and type " dpkg -i spotify.deb " it shows an error it did this before with other apps but I just type in " sudo apt-get force install " then when I push Y for yes it uninstall it I dont understand why04:41
wondowsafaik there's no way to change it in a single window...04:41
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sere_wondows: I tried that but it only downsized to like 128 or 98x04:51
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wondowssere_: yeah it's not really nice05:00
tbrownAm trying to install spotify i386 I found the DEB file online I don't understand this because when I go into root and type " dpkg -i spotify.deb " it shows an error it did this before with other apps but I just type in " sudo apt-get force install " then when I push Y for yes it uninstall it I dont understand why05:06
lotuspsychjenew updates are out, everyone update your systems05:06
ubottuTo 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`.05:06
lotuspsychjetbrown: 32bit is a dying race, perhaps try the snap?05:06
tbrownlotuspsychje: I understand that it a dying race but I found a deb file I just dont now why its not installing05:08
guiverctbrown, were all dependencies available for the deb you tried to install?05:08
lotuspsychjetbrown: wich ubuntu version are you on please05:08
tbrown19.04 ubuntu mininal install with openbox05:08
lotuspsychjetbrown: 19.04 doesnt have 32bit?05:10
tbrownit has i386 avaible05:11
guiverctbrown, you said minimal, not netboot05:11
tbrownor sorry I thought they were the same thing05:11
tbrownwhats the differents05:11
guivercminimal last i386 was 18.04 LTS, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD vs https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/Netboot  ; sorry I've used neither so can't speak to differences05:13
tbrownI understand it aims at experence users I just don't understand why I found a a i386 spotify I will show you the link http://repository.spotify.com/pool/non-free/s/spotify-client/ so I download the i386 deb file what requirments should I go fourth to install because I tryed the basic05:15
guiverctbrown, i don't force anything; if there are issues I sure want to know about them before I install; but were all dependencies present on your system?  (they must be to dpkg -i install)05:15
lotuspsychjetbrown: not sure whats your end goal exactly, but i would choose for a lubuntu 18.04.2 LTS 32bit minimal + snapd and install spotify or olivia from there05:17
tbrowni used pcmanfm to open the download folder to the terminal I used "sudo su" to go into root I Typed " dpkg -i spotify.deb " I changed the file name easer to install them. Then it unloaded the packages and I did a force install because somehow it does not install it right away when I do the right way first time so I typed " sudo apt-get -f install "05:18
guivercDid you get any errors or warnings on the `dpkg -i` step?  they should have been fixed first; messages about dependencies I bet on things you need to install at the same time, or first.   sudo apt -f install probably backs it out as the only solution to deps you'd not installed.05:20
tbrownI DO NOT WANT LUBUNTU it does not give me the stuff I need. I installed open box after installing the netinstaller I want a upgraded version my end goal is simple to have a computer to use and have fun with listing to music and watching youtube videos basic stuff. But I love a challenge I don't like taking the easy way out of things. But I know it is possible. I just need a little guided need sorry. :(05:20
tbrownis there an altertive to lisen to spotify music without instlalling the software because I tryed using the web player & that did not work. It seems I live in a twilight zone lol.05:21
lotuspsychjespotify snap, told you 3 times05:22
tbrownlotuspsychje: Tyed it like you said before 32 bit is dying off is anyone listing because I just need to now how to install this deb files I just don't understand why when I did a force install it removed the app I did everything right05:23
tbrownI just dont understand05:23
lotuspsychjetbrown: how about you pastebin your full output, so volunteers can see what you are doing05:24
tbrownYes what is a good sharing website so I could do that Thanks05:24
lotuspsychje!paste | tbrown05:24
ubottutbrown: 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.05:24
guiverctbrown, my suggestion was you ignored warnings about dependencies (things you must install to make spotify.deb work either first or at same time with `dpkg -i`) so later when you `sudo apt -f install` it backs out the change due to missing deps & that's the easiest fix.05:25
tbrownso it could of installed it or something but when I did a -f install it removed it. is that what you are getting at?05:27
guiverctbrown, the messages will tell you what was done, my suspicion is your first dpkg -i gave you errors on why it shouldn't be installed; you force-install to skip the issues; but it wouldn't work due errors, your apt-get -f install caused the install to back out because of missing deps.  (dpkg needs to install all deps when run, or before-hand, unlike apt-get & apt)05:30
guivercbut I'm guessing, your messages will tell you what actually happened..05:31
tbrownhold on I will past everything and show you lotuspsychje: guiverc:05:32
tbrownlotuspsychje: guiverc: Sorry For The Wait. https://ibb.co/BC6mj1j05:42
guivercdep problems as i suggested.  `dpkg` requires that you install all deps in the same command, or before-hand. you provided a picture, i can't copy/paste from a picture to explore package availability in 19.04 (text is easier; eg. pastebinit)05:44
guiverctbrown, you could try `apt install ./spotifyclientblah.deb`  ; as apt & apt-get can cope with deps not pre-installed05:45
guiverci'd try using `apt -f install` then `apt ./blah.deb` first`  as already stated05:48
guiverctbrown, i looked at one, https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libgconf-2-4&searchon=names&suite=disco&section=all shows its available as long as you have 'universe' enabled05:50
tbrownguiverc : https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/gGGSMhScDn/05:51
guiverchttps://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=all&searchon=names&keywords=libavcodec-ffmpeg56 is only availble for 16.04 LTS (xenial); the spotify client seems kinda old05:53
tbrownSo that why I can't install it beceause it only for a different verison05:53
tbrowni new that was the problem I just did not want to believe it dagnabets05:54
guiverci picked another at random, it's also only available for 16.04 (xenial) https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?suite=all&searchon=names&keywords=libavcodec-ffmpeg-extra5605:54
tbrownSorry Guys05:54
tbrownWhy is 32 bit dieing off a lot of people still have 32 bit systems there going to be pisset off05:56
jcottoni imagine most are 64 bit these days05:56
jcottonat least the OS05:56
guiverctbrown, if you had-to-have-it, you could download the deps & install them yourself (first), then your wanted .deb would work; but you're adding 'risk' & issues when you next release-upgrade (to 19.10 etc) - ie. it's not a great solution; hack only05:56
starsaboveushey, I know this isn't everyone's first choice, but have you tried the flatpak package for spotify yet?05:57
jcottonthere's a snap too i think05:58
tbrownguiverc : could you help me please because I would like to get this to work I want to lisen to my music again :(05:58
starsaboveusworked perfectly on my linux mint 19.1 (ubuntu derivative) and fedora 30 installations05:58
guiverctbrown, 32bit is still currently supported; but it's less tested with fewer options (very few use it, or test with it; I did till lubuntu & xubuntu dropped daily iso's in dec-2018); due to lack fo community-support (people willing to help test it etc)05:58
starsaboveuslast time I used snaps, they didn't integrate very well with my GTK theme. flatpaks seemed to look less foreign on my desktop, heh05:59
starsaboveushowever, I did use the snap package for VLC, which is Qt and already has issues on GTK, lol05:59
tbrownguiverc : could you help me find the files to install I already installed libgconf-2-405:59
privismHow does ubuntu kernel often rolls out? On 19.04 I have mouse wheel issue which is fixed in 5.0.8.  But if there's no security issues, it will pin at current 5.0.6, right?06:00
starsaboveustbrown https://flatpak.org/setup/Ubuntu/06:01
jcottondoes flatpak do any of the sandboxing snaps do?06:01
tbrownstarsaboveus: Thank I will give it a shot I will come back and tell my resolt06:02
starsaboveuswhen I downloaded flatpak, it pulled in bubblewrap as a dependency, so I think it supports sandboxing natively06:03
starsaboveushere's some info on their github: https://github.com/flatpak/flatpak/wiki/Sandbox06:03
JonHanDinI'm currently running rkhunter... are their any additional services I should be using?06:08
IIIdefconIIIGood morning, i just used this commands: curl https://download.mono-project.com/repo/xamarin.gpg | sudo apt-key add - sudo apt update && sudo apt install libmono-cil-dev curl mediainfo to install radarr, but there are more then 100 certificates added from several countries like :06:12
IIIdefconIIICertificate added: C=US, S=Texas, L=Houston, O=SSL Corporation, CN=SSL.com EV Root Certification Authority ECC Certificate added: C=US, S=Texas, L=Houston, O=SSL Corporation, CN=SSL.com EV Root Certification Authority RSA R2 Certificate added: C=US, S=Texas, L=Houston, O=SSL Corporation, CN=SSL.com Root Certification Authority ECC Certificate added: C=US, S=Texas, L=Houston, O=SSL Corporation, CN=SSL.com Root Certification Autho06:12
IIIdefconIIIdid i just exposed my machine?06:12
jcottonI mean it's Mono/Xamarin06:13
jcottonit's run by the .NET Foundation not Joe Blow Rando06:13
jcottonyou should be fine06:13
IIIdefconIIIi just found it on google thanks!06:15
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Ublxis there a "clutter-free" view for links2 or elinks like in firefox?06:24
tbrownok is anyone here still from helping me with spotify someone told me to install flatpak I installed it it completed success but can't find spotify06:30
tbrownok got spotify working thanks everyone06:35
tbrownflatpak is a life savior dang I wish I new that software before hand lol06:35
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* roboirc slaps dadda around with a large trout07:07
roboircshut up07:07
lotuspsychjeroboirc: please dont feed trolls07:08
daddais anyone hewe?07:09
daxdadda: there's plenty of people here. do you have an ubuntu support question?07:09
daddayea, sorry man07:09
daddano,thanks, just wandering internet07:09
roboircyeah i am not lotuspsychje07:10
roboircwandering internet lol07:10
roboirchey gofio is here too :P07:10
gofiohi roboirc07:11
lotuspsychjeroboirc: come to #ubuntu-discuss if you want to chat07:11
gofiowas gonna ask what's the equivalent shortcut crtl+alt+del from windows in ubuntu 18.04?07:11
lotuspsychjegofio: pastebin: uname -a && lsb_release -a please07:12
ubottuIn an emergency, you may be able to shutdown cleanly and reboot by holding down Alt+PrintScreen and typing slowly, in succession, R, E, I, S, U and B. For an explanation, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key07:12
geirhaoh hang on, I was thinking the old meaning of ctrl+alt+del. These days it just opens the login prompt, doesn't it?07:13
gofiolotuspsychje: this? Linux gofio-HP-Compaq-6720s 4.15.0-48-generic #51-Ubuntu SMP Wed Apr 3 08:28:49 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux07:13
lotuspsychjegofio: there are updates for your system07:15
lotuspsychje!uptodate | gofio07:15
ubottugofio: 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`.07:15
lotuspsychjegofio: you didnt paste lsb_release -a07:15
gofioubottu: I do it everyday07:16
ubottugofio: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:16
roboircubottu is a bot07:16
ubottuYes, I can confirm that I am a bot. For more information, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Bots07:16
gofiolotuspsychje: https://paste.linux.community/view/22371aaf07:18
lotuspsychjegofio: without the ubuntu release we cannot help you07:18
gofioubottu: you should answer questions07:19
ubottugofio: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:19
gofioI have pasted the command you've given me lotuspsychje and given you the link where I have pasted what the command has given me07:20
ducassegofio: just 'lsb_release -a', drop the 'please'07:20
gofiolotuspsychje: this? Description:Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS07:21
lotuspsychjegofio: in the pastebin togheter with the command please07:22
gofiolotuspsychje: https://paste.linux.community/view/f898b08307:22
gofioubottu: you can do better07:25
ubottugofio: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)07:25
lotuspsychje!botabuse | gofio07:26
ubottugofio: Please investigate me only with "/msg ubottu bot" or in #ubuntu-bots. Search for factoids with "/msg ubottu search <pattern>"07:26
gofiodidn't know crtl+alt+del was such a mistery07:26
geirhagofio: what does ctrl+alt+del do in windows that you want to do in ubuntu, exactly?07:29
gofiolotuspsychje: what did you wanted me to do what you told me to do for?07:35
gofiogeirha: thanks07:37
lotuspsychjegofio: its to see if you are using ubuntu07:37
gofioo m07:37
geirhagofio: hm? it was a serious question ... In windows' lock screen, ctrl+alt+del gives you the login prompt, right? but what else does it do?07:40
gofiolotuspsychje: and you are not a bot are you07:41
EriC^^ctrl+alt+del shows a screen with options07:41
gofioto me it gave me task manager or whatever the name in english since I use spanish system, and it's been a while since not using windows07:42
EriC^^gofio: ubunt has "system monitor"07:42
gofioit could alos reboot07:42
ekarlsolotuspsychje: hi, what stuff you want in a bug ?07:42
lotuspsychjeekarlso: did you follow the tips tomreyn and TJ- told you before filing a bug?07:43
ekarlsolotuspsychje: no I didnt catch those07:43
gofioI guess that's windows 10 EriC^^07:43
ekarlsolotuspsychje: quick summary of those ?07:44
lotuspsychjeekarlso: try to scroll your client back to there?07:44
ekarlsolotuspsychje: tried, dont have a that long backlog07:44
lotuspsychje!logs | ekarlso07:44
ubottuekarlso: Official channel logs can be found at https://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ . LoCo channels are now logged there too. Meetingology logs at https://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/07:44
tehyhow do i change the timezone ubuntu server07:44
ducassetehy: 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata'07:46
tehyducasse: should i not change the sym link of /etc/localtime07:46
tehyI want the timezone to have WIB ­ GMT + 7:0007:46
ekarlsoso basically try to downgrade kernel then to 4.15 or 4.18... is that possible without downgrading to 18.04 ?07:47
ducassetehy: that command should take care of everything07:48
ekarlsolotuspsychje: ?07:48
lotuspsychjeekarlso: i did not really follow what has been suggested after07:49
ekarlsolotuspsychje: well it doesnt seem like that's a easy do ...07:50
lotuspsychjeekarlso: i presume it might be related to kernel testing, use !mainline or !hwe07:50
ekarlsowell I dont want to spend tons of time downgrading :(07:50
lotuspsychjeekarlso: downgrading is not ubuntu style, wich kernel are you on currently?07:51
ekarlso5.x that's with 19.0407:52
lotuspsychjeekarlso: ok but you said you had this same issue on 18.04.2 too right?07:53
ekarlsoit was not suspending properly and keeping itself suspended07:54
lotuspsychjeekarlso: allright, update your ssytem to latest and lets file that bug with: ubuntu-bug linux07:54
lotuspsychjeekarlso: that will transfer you to launchpad, where you can enter a title and description of your story07:55
Ublxis there a "clutter-free" view for links2 or elinks like in firefox?07:56
ekarlsolotuspsychje: seems something of this: [ 1642.415597] ACPI: EC: event blocked08:01
ekarlsois what is causing it08:01
lotuspsychjeekarlso: ubuntu-bug will collect all the info needed normally, just enter a title & description of what happens when you do what08:03
lotuspsychjeekarlso: if not added, you can add dmesg log afterwards to the bug also08:03
CarlFKI addedd a new 4t disk. will fdisk make a 4t partition, or should I use parted?08:04
lotuspsychjeekarlso: feel free to share your bug # number when its ready, we can take a look08:04
CarlFKilluminated: you pass the test.08:04
ducasseCarlFK: use gdisk to create a gpt partition table08:05
CarlFKducasse: neat. thanks. that was easy.08:06
IIIdefconIII_im not sure whats the correct place to ask, but my nick is with a _08:07
ducasseCarlFK: disks over 2t need gpt tables08:07
IIIdefconIII_if i run /msg identify IIIdefconIII it says i am already logged in with IIIdefconIII08:07
ducasseIIIdefconIII_: try #freenode08:07
lupuloCarlFK, You could use gparted08:08
nshireoh I think I might know what I did08:11
nshireI think I installed the libraries for python2 but I'm using the python3 interpreter08:12
nshirewrong chan08:12
UKWolfyGood morning08:19
JohnGavrUKWolfy: good morning, your question?08:21
UKWolfyIs it required to have questions?08:21
JohnGavrhere is a support channel, if you want discuss join #ubuntu-discuss or #ubuntu-offtopic08:22
IndustrialERROR: ld.so: object 'libgtk3-nocsd.so.0' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (failed to map segment from shared object): ignored.08:29
IndustrialI get that after having aborted an `apt-get upgrade -y`08:29
IndustrialIs it possible to re-install all packages that are currently installed?08:29
wrdid netinstall ubuntu 19.04 with no selections, what would i need to install to have GUI?08:31
CarlFKwr: try apt install ubuntu-desktop08:31
ekarlsolotuspsychje: I found that disabling XHC for wakeup made it work.08:31
ekarlsomy laptop then goes to sleep :)08:31
wrCarlFK, want to install something light08:31
IIIdefconIIIi always wonder, how do you delete a long command that you should remove in terminal, use backspace? arrow up and backspace?08:32
sandwitchwr, i guess ubuntu-desktop-minimal08:32
IIIdefconIIIah ctrl + l seems to do what i want kindoff08:33
CarlFKsandwitch: neat - didn't know about that08:33
IIIdefconIIIah it doesnt actually clear the line fast08:33
wrsandwitch, alternatives to ubuntu-desktop-minimal?08:34
sandwitchwr, or xfce408:34
IIIdefconIIIim searching for a way to fast remove commands in terminal, hope u understand what i mean08:34
CarlFKilluminated: ^w will delete a word08:34
IIIdefconIIIno native englisch sry08:34
sandwitchapt search desktop08:34
wrsandwitch, want more light than xfce08:34
ducasseIIIdefconIII: try ctrl + u08:34
IIIdefconIIIlove it thanks08:34
sandwitchwr, read this or similar pages https://www.ubuntupit.com/best-linux-desktop-environment-reviewed-and-compared/08:36
lotuspsychjeekarlso: how did you disable that?08:44
Industrialfor pkg in `dpkg --get-selections | awk '{print $1}' | egrep -v '(dpkg|apt)'` ; do apt-get -y --force-yes install --reinstall $pkg ; done08:46
IndustrialThere you go.08:46
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wralready installed all those DE's on the link08:54
wrtheir too heavy08:55
ducassewr: then install just a wm and the tools you want/need08:56
wrducasse, yes but for GUI need's xorg and more?08:57
ducasseyou need xorg, yes08:58
wrducasse, better alternative xorg, any?09:07
IIIdefconIIIis it dangerous to  have [Service]09:08
IIIdefconIIIGroup=root in  a service file?09:08
maxzorHello, 19.04 has java11. Got told to install java 8 aswell. Is that straightforward?09:08
IIIdefconIIIim using it for /opt/Radarr/Radarr.exe and if i change the user to iiidefconiii and remove the group the journalctl give me error permissions denied09:09
IIIdefconIIIdoes that means it needs to run under root? i already did a chown iiidefconiii /opt/Radar09:09
IIIdefconIIIdoes that means it needs to run under root? i already did a chown iiidefconiii /opt/Radarr09:09
ducassewr: not yet, wayland isn't really ready yet09:13
EriC^^wayland is still way way way land09:14
EriC^^way far away land09:14
IIIdefconIIIdo i need something else then chown that folder? journalctl output Cannot open assembly '/opt/Radarr/Radarr.exe': Permission denied.09:15
IIIdefconIIIi changed the service file user from root to iiidefconiii group user09:16
EriC^^IIIdefconIII: what are the perms of /opt/Radarr and said file09:16
IIIdefconIIIthis is an example: -rwx------ 1 iiidefconiii root   23040 mei  4 22:41 antlr.runtime.dll09:17
EriC^^what about /opt/Radarr itself09:18
IIIdefconIIIAccess: (0755/drwxr-xr-x)  Uid: ( 1000/iiidefconiii)   Gid: (    0/    root)09:18
EriC^^stat -c %a /opt/Radarr{,/Radarr.exe}09:18
IIIdefconIII775 / 70009:19
EriC^^and who owns Radarr.exe? iiidefii?09:20
IIIdefconIIIim not sure09:20
debrisRathoe can i recover my grub :((09:21
debrisRatis there any link :(09:21
EriC^^IIIdefconIII: type stat -c %u /opt/Radarr/Radarr.exe09:21
EriC^^debrisRat: what'st he back story, why did it go?09:22
IIIdefconIIIgive me back 100009:22
EriC^^IIIdefconIII: seems right09:22
debrisRatEriC^^ my grub is not boot my ubuntu :(09:23
EriC^^debrisRat: so you get grub but ubuntu doesnt boot?09:23
debrisRatim curently connet in my mobile phonr :(09:24
debrisRatwhow can i grub command ??09:24
debrisRathow can i find grub command?09:25
cfhowlett!grub | debrisRat09:25
ubottudebrisRat: GRUB2 is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost GRUB after installing Windows? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestoreGrub - For more information and troubleshooting for GRUB2 please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Grub209:25
IIIdefconIIIit gives me two errors:  stat -c %u /opt/Radarr/Radarr.exe and radarr.service: Failed to determine group credentials: No such process09:25
IIIdefconIII aslong if i  change the user to root it works, but i have other service files that have user iiidefconiii, and i believe with setting root the app is running as root, which is more dangerous then iiidefconiii do i understand correctly?09:25
IIIdefconIIIdo i need to run a chmod +x command? note too suree cause im still newby at linux permissions systrem09:26
debrisRatubottu thanks :)09:26
ubottuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)09:26
EriC^^debrisRat: you're not being very clear09:27
EriC^^debrisRat: do you get grub, yes/no, if you do and you're booting ubuntu, what happens (in details)09:27
debrisRati want to install windows 10 uefi on my system.09:28
IIIdefconIIIside by side?.09:28
debrisRati m using ubuntu 18.1009:28
IIIdefconIIIi would use clover then instead of grub i made a guide for that years ago 600.000 views, want te link?09:28
cfhowlettdebrisRat, sanest practice is to install windows first followed by ubuntu.09:28
debrisRatand, my system is not boot :(09:28
EriC^^debrisRat: ok, so windows boots now and you dont get grub?09:29
IIIdefconIIIfollow this and it will work, may be a bit outdated but the steps are in correct order09:29
debrisRatok thanks :s09:29
EriC^^wait dont follow the link09:29
debrisRati will try.09:29
IIIdefconIIIstart from section, Installing Windows 8.1 UEFI Mode09:29
EriC^^IIIdefconIII: please in the future dont give links here unless nobody else is helping, thanks09:30
Darksignsnowdays i think better to use one system and the other as virtual:) than you can have them run at the same time09:31
Darksignsi use ubuntu and with virtualbox windows09:31
EriC^^IIIdefconIII: are you using kali or ubuntu?09:31
EriC^^!kali | IIIdefconIII09:32
ubottuIIIdefconIII: The 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)09:32
qwebirc36946hi, if i instanll ubuntu inside a virtual box, will it have the same "power" as the main laptop or not?09:35
Darksignsit will give you the power09:36
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, elaborate?09:36
Darksignsu need09:36
IIIdefconIII@eric^^ got any other ideas why its not working under the user IIIdefconIII09:36
ducasseIIIdefconIII: as EriC^^ just told you, we don't support kali09:36
IIIdefconIIIow no in that guide i was using kali09:37
qwebirc36946darksigns what I mean is virtual box will use same core, ram, etc at main laptop?09:37
IIIdefconIIImisunderstood the queston, im usung ubuntu :)09:37
Darksignsthe best thing with virtualization is the backups and flexibility09:37
Darksignsif you set it up like that09:37
lotuspsychjeDarksigns: can we help you?09:37
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, nope.  you have to assign those and as your vbox is a guest of the host, all resources will be reduced09:37
qwebirc36946cfhowlett I mean will ubuntu inside the virtual box have the same ram, speed, cores, etc as main laptop?09:38
Darksignsoh if you mean that no but nowdays all good computers have enough memory and cpu09:39
Darksignsto run more Os09:39
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, no.  think about it.09:39
lotuspsychjeDarksigns: stop that please, only ubuntu support questions here09:39
Darksignsi run ubuntu and in virtualbox 3 other OS (windows7 and 2 debian )09:40
lotuspsychje!ot | Darksigns09:40
ubottuDarksigns: #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!09:40
Darksignsthey have no problem with the speed09:40
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, your host machine has say 16 gb of memory.  you NEED the host machine running to run your guest.  therefore the guest machine must always be less than the host09:40
qwebirc36946cfhowlett thats bad then, cannot make virtual machine ubuntu with same "power" as main laptop?09:40
cfhowlettyou keep asking the same question ...09:41
Darksignsfrom this aspect not09:41
Darksignsbut from usage side i would recommend to use it09:41
lotuspsychjeDarksigns: stop the random chitchat, you are helping nobody like this09:42
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, you do not need to duplicate the host resources to run ubuntu in a virtual machine.09:42
qwebirc36946cfhowlett but i need a lot of "power" for what i want to run in ubuntu09:43
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cfhowlettqwebirc24951, "power" is completely imprecise.  explain.09:43
Darksignslotuspsychje: its not random :) there is just one thema now on this channel :)09:45
qwebirc36946cfhowlett I meant this: 2core 8gram09:46
cfhowlettDarksigns, it's needlessly distracting, off-topic and rude.  please stop. chitchat in #ubuntu-offtopic09:46
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, those are system resources not power.  and your host OS needs a certain level of resources to function.  so you cannot assign the same level of resources to the guest09:47
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, further, what do you mean you "need" to use the same level?09:47
Darksignscfhowlett: i don't understand U , i gave my opinion to this thema09:48
cfhowlettDarksigns, "opinion" ...09:49
lotuspsychjeDarksigns: type /join #ubuntu-offtopic09:49
Darksignsnever mind have a nice day guys09:49
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, think of it this way: you have a car and you want to tow a trailer.  the car burns a certain amount of fuel.  if the car burns zero, the trailer stops.  The trailer cannot possibly burn more than the car.  For the trailer to burn as much as the car, the car must stop. and if the car stops ...09:52
qwebirc36946cfhowlett, to run what i want to run, 2core and 4ram is the minimun requirement, so VM will need to have this, main laptop has 2core 8 ram09:52
cfhowlettyou don't set cores in the  VM,  you set memory levels.  and the VM will not let you exceed the amount needed for the host09:53
cfhowlettat least not in virtualbox.09:53
dev1cefirst time in ubuntu , so can u teach me ?09:54
cfhowlettdev1ce, nope.09:54
cfhowlett!fcm | dev1ce read and learn09:54
ubottudev1ce read and learn: fcm is THE Ubuntu Community Magazine - find it at www.fullcirclemagazine.org, or #fullcirclemagazine09:54
cfhowlett!manual | dev1ce also worth reading09:55
ubottudev1ce also worth reading: The Ubuntu Manual will help you become familiar with everyday tasks such as surfing the web, listening to music and scanning documents. With an emphasis on easy to follow instructions, it is suitable for all levels of experience. http://ubuntu-manual.org/09:55
qwebirc36946cfhowlett, so VM will have same cores, only difference would be allocate hard disk memory?09:55
dev1ceubottu : thanks your link09:55
ubottudev1ce: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)09:55
ducassedev1ce: we can answer support questions, we're not here to teach09:55
dev1ceubottu : :)09:55
dev1ceobutto : okey :)09:55
samba35i have two display card in system 1st onboard intel i915 and another nvidia gt-620 ,when i use only onboard card display works fine but as soon as i add nvidia card my display resoulation become very low09:58
egraindo you guys have brave in your repositories somewhere?09:58
lotuspsychjeegrain: as a snap09:58
samba35i try to add blacklist nvida but its not working some how ,blacklist is right way ?09:58
cfhowlett!info brave09:58
ubottuPackage brave does not exist in bionic09:58
egrainlotuspsychje, what's a snap?09:59
lotuspsychjeegrain: snap find brave, from terminal09:59
egraini'm not on ubuntu right now. otherwise i could apt-cache search my own self.09:59
qwebirc36946cfhowlett, so VM will have same cores, only difference would be allocate hard disk memory?09:59
lotuspsychjesamba35: can you pastebin: sudo lshw -C video && uname -a && lsb_release -a10:00
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, strongly urge you to configure your VBOX so you can see this for yourself10:00
egrainoh, unofficial. like the aur. got it.10:00
egrainlotuspsychje, thanks a bunch.10:00
tomreyn!snap | egrain10:00
ubottuegrain: Snaps are containerised software packages similar to flatpaks or appimage. For more info, see https://snapcraft.io10:00
lotuspsychjesamba35: ok, your nvidia driver is not loaded, can you see what: ubuntu-drivers list suggests?10:03
qwebirc36946cfhowlett I tried with this guide but after choosing installing ubuntu it never gets intalled: https://askubuntu.com/questions/142549/how-to-install-ubuntu-on-virtualbox10:03
popey_egrain: some are community maintained (like AUR) some aren't (e.g. Mozilla Firefox)10:03
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, is virtualbox in your windows system?10:04
samba35lotuspsychje, how do i find it10:04
qwebirc36946im installing it via the VM10:04
lotuspsychjesamba35: ubuntu-drivers list10:04
cfhowlettqwebirc24951, "install it" means ???10:05
qwebirc36946cfhowlett means follow steps in guide i put link above10:06
lotuspsychjesamba35: try: sudo apt install nvidia-390 and reboot10:06
lotuspsychjesamba35: keep in mind you perhaps might need to switch bios settings, from integrated card to your nvidia card10:07
lotuspsychjesamba35: if you encounter a black screen at reboot, try !nomodeset to get back in10:07
samba35auto is ok ?10:08
lotuspsychjesamba35: sorry?10:08
samba35i have option of integrate ,external and some other option in bios dispay section10:08
samba35auto is one of option other then menation above10:08
lotuspsychjesamba35: yeah thats your choice10:09
samba35You appear to be running an X server; please exit X before10:09
samba35         installing.  For further details, please see the section10:09
samba35         INSTALLING THE NVIDIA DRIVER in the README10:09
qwebirc36946cfhowlett, it seems ubuntu is installed inside disk in VM, but when I open that disk it ask start from where? and I need to choose again the donwloaded ubuntu file? hmm10:10
samba35error while installing drivers10:10
lotuspsychjeuse a pastebin samba35 please10:10
cfhowlettqwebirc36946, after you install to the vbox, go to the machine settings and set it to boot from the HDD.10:10
samba35make sure next time and onwards ,i thought it will consume time10:10
lotuspsychjesamba35: try switching drivers from software&updates tab additional drivers10:11
qwebirc36946cfhowlett settings you mean preferences? cannot find the option to boot from HDD10:12
samba35i could not get any notification after applying driver ,should i reboot now ?10:14
cfhowlettqwebirc36946, close down the VM.  right click on the VM for settings.10:14
lotuspsychjesamba35: if its marked switched, yes try a reboot10:14
lotuspsychjesamba35: also make sure your system is up to date ok10:15
lotuspsychje!uptodate | samba3510:15
ubottusamba35: 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`.10:15
samba35yes system is update10:15
lotuspsychjesamba35: kernel -148 is out for 16.0410:16
cfhowlettqwebirc36946, right click on the VM > System > Boot Order  > Hard Disk only10:16
samba35Linux ubuntu 4.4.0-146-generic10:17
lotuspsychjesamba35: yes i saw in your paste, hence the up to date command above^10:17
samba35but i update and upgrade today10:17
illuminatedI've been using linux on the desktop for awhile now.  I kinda like it10:20
lotuspsychjeilluminated: #ubuntu-discuss please10:20
anddamhowdy, I want to allow my user to have access to /dev/kvm10:21
samba35when i say apply change ,it say applaying changes and noting happne then it come back to using x.org  xserver nouveau10:21
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samba35do i have to reboot anyway ?10:22
qwebirc36946cfhowlett right click in the desktop icon you mean? after doing that cannot see System option10:22
lotuspsychjesamba35: no, that means it doesnt like the driver10:22
lotuspsychjesamba35: how about we try the 384?10:23
samba35i try all 4 options :)10:23
cfhowlettqwebirc36946, VM = virtual machine10:23
ducasseanddam: add user to kvm group10:23
lotuspsychjesamba35: what about nouveau? does that work?10:23
qwebirc36946I meant right click in VM icon in desktop10:24
samba35i also try to black list it10:24
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lotuspsychjesamba35: did you actually try nouveau and reboot?10:25
samba35yes it was on nouveau also10:25
anddamducasse: thanks I was stopped while typing the questino10:25
samba35for long time there was two driver ,i915 and nouveau10:26
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anddamducasse: I do not have a kvm group on my system10:26
anddamducasse: I figure some kvm package brings it in as part of its configuration10:26
lotuspsychjesamba35: well your card isnt the best gaming card, you could try a more lightweight flavor of ubuntu on it perhaps10:27
samba35i am trying to do pci passthrught10:27
samba35to vm guest10:27
ducasseanddam: who owns /dev/kvm?10:27
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anddamducasse: root:root10:28
anddambtw I do not see any reference to kvm in dmesg10:28
cfhowletthttps://ibb.co/CtXdWXX          https://ibb.co/p0qMydz     qwebirc3694610:29
anddamI installed Android Studio and the emulator (I figure qemu) complains about not being able to access /dev/kvm10:29
samba35lotuspsychje, should i give reboot try with auto again ?10:29
lotuspsychjesamba35: you can10:29
samba35be right back ,unless any show stopper :)10:30
qwebirc15895cfhowlett i doubled clicked as you said on VM icon in desktop and cannot see System option10:32
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, RIGHT CLICK on the machine you need to edit10:32
XbertMy Apparmor is no longer starting and systemd give the error apparmor[911]: Found reference to variable PROC, but is never declared, Any ideas?10:32
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, or ... Machine >>> Settings10:33
qwebirc15895cfhowlett, ok then I clicked System and there are tabs: motherhood, processor, accelerator10:34
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, System >>10:35
qwebirc15895cfhowlet, only processsor -> executive cap its what it allows me to modify10:35
cfhowlettSystem > Boot Order10:35
qwebirc15895cfhowlett there ir not Boot order option10:36
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, put up the image10:36
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, should look like this https://ibb.co/p0qMydz10:38
qwebirc15895cfhowlett yes, true looks like that but I cannot modify anything, all grey10:38
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, did you shut down the machine?10:39
qwebirc15895top 3 in boot order clicked but i cannot modify them10:39
qwebirc15895cfhowlett, not sure, how to shut down? sorry total noob :(10:40
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, ubuntu > shutdown10:40
qwebirc15895cfhowlett ok so in Boot order what do i choose?10:44
cfhowlettto  boot from the hard drive ...10:45
naraHello all, is it possible to have same make and models connected to one system via USB and print based on the printer name on ubuntu ?10:46
cfhowlettnara huh?10:47
BluesKajHi Folks10:47
qwebirc15895cfhowlett ok, only click hardrive option, then ok and then start the machine?10:48
cfhowlettturn off all other boot options and reboot10:48
uzeeHi all, I'm trying to create a partitioning recipe with lvm for unattended installs. As far as I understand, I need to specify min, priority and max values for each partition. This implies that I always should know the underlying disk capacity. I was hoping I can deal with this in percentages so that whatever the disk size, it should do the right thing. I specified all percentages but the install breaks at installing linux-headers, which is after10:50
uzeethe disk partitioning, but the console shows a "no space left on device" error10:50
qwebirc15895cfhowlett ok, reboot you meant restart machine or reboot main laptop?10:51
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, think about what you just asked me for just a moment10:51
cfhowlettyou are configuring the virtual machine.10:51
cfhowlettNOT your host machine10:51
qwebirc15895cfhowlett ok, i reboot machine it says "Fatal not bootable medium found! System halted"10:52
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, then you probably did not install to the HDD10:52
cfhowlettdid you download the ubuntu .iso to install from or did you get a pre-configured VM10:53
qwebirc15895cfhowlett downloaded the ubuntu, i dont know where to get pre-configured VM10:54
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, which ubuntu did you download10:54
qwebirc15895cfhowlett ubuntu-18.04.2-desktop--amd64.iso10:57
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, OK .  tell me about the VM settings > hdd size, video ram ...10:58
uzeedoes anyone know how lvm partitioning can be done in preseed but based on percentage of disk space?11:00
uzeeinstead of absolute numbers for min, max, priority11:00
qwebirc15895cfhowlett: base memory 1024, chip PIIX3, pointing device UBS, 1cpu, controller IDE ubuntu11:03
cfhowlettso ... no hard drive to install to?11:03
qwebirc15895cfhowlett what do you mean? it's a virtutal machine to install ubuntu, not hardrive partition?11:06
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, where exactly do you think you are going to install ubuntu to?11:06
cfhowlettsame as if your laptop had no hard drive11:07
qwebirc15895cfhowlett I dont know i followed guide to install ubuntu in VM someone gave me here yesterday11:07
qwebirc15895cfhowlett the VM machine says ubuntu operating system its weird11:07
cfhowlettand that guide stated that you need to configure a virtual hard drive11:07
privismqwebirc15895: How do you tell Ubuntu is installed?11:09
cuppa_coffeeHey all, anybody any idea why my ubuntu 19.04 is not finding my 5.1 surround set. As far as i can tell, all jacks are in the right holes but when testing only the rear left speaker is found11:10
qwebirc15895in general it says operating system ubuntu (64 bit)11:10
privismqwebirc15895: If you follow the guide correctly, after Ubuntu setup it will reboot to ubuntu.11:10
qwebirc15895I followed guide and it didnt work11:10
privismqwebirc15895: That means nothing, just a setting.11:10
qwebirc15895After a successful installation we have to remove our installation .iso image from the virtual optical drive before we reboot. This can be done from the "Devices" menu or by removing the .iso from the VM settings:11:11
qwebirc15895that part didnt work11:11
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, see the storage options?  see the Virtual Hard Drive?  https://postimg.cc/FdDv7gVR11:11
privismYou don't need to do that because VM will eject media11:11
cfhowlettstill need to set the boot options privism.11:12
cfhowlettotherwise, it will give the No boot media detected message11:12
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, check alsamixer for the listed vol ctrls and unmute them if muted11:12
privismIn default order it will find HDD automatically unless user messed up something11:12
cfhowlettso far, it appears no hdd was created ... still awaiting confirmation11:13
cuppa_coffee@blueskaj, how do i find alsamixer?11:13
qwebirc15895cfhowlett storage -> under controller SATA -> hector.vdi -> hard disk SATA port 011:14
privismPossibly there's no HDD or he just boot live discs so nothing installed11:14
cfhowlettprivism, yep11:14
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, type alsamixer in the console11:14
cfhowlettqwebirc15895, it appears you have an HDD.  I would guess you successfully booted to a live session but did not install.  try again11:14
qwebirc15895cfhowlett you mean try guide again, but what about last step that didnt work last time: After a successful installation we have to remove our installation .iso image from the virtual optical drive before we reboot. This can be done from the "Devices" menu or by removing the .iso from the VM settings:11:16
cfhowlettremember those boot settings we just did?11:16
cuppa_coffeeBluesKaj, thanks, some settings were mutes indeed. Now im only missing the rear right speaker11:17
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, is it listed in alsamixer?11:18
privismqwebirc15895: Maybe you can try watching more updated step by step video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_bkHgEdYYI11:19
privismSince you haven't gone anywhere yet you can just delete VM with all files and start over again.11:19
cfhowlett!cookie | privism great suggestion!11:20
ubottuprivism great suggestion!: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!11:20
BluesKajalso do F6 in alsamixer and find the audiocard, the choose it11:20
qwebirc15895privism ok you mean delete the machine? or VMbox and resintall? will watch video thanks, im total noob xD11:20
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, also make sure that automute is disabled11:21
cuppa_coffeeBluesKaj, ive got master, headphones, pcm, front, front mic, front mic boost, surround, center, lfe, side, line, s/pdif, s/pdif default pcm, auto-mute, dynamic power control, loopback, rear mic and rear mic boost11:21
privismqwebirc15895: right click on the machine, select remove, and then click "delete all files"11:21
cuppa_coffeedisbaled automute, still no rear right. All others still work :S11:22
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, then make sure your rear right audio connector on the sound panel is well connected11:23
qwebirc15895privism thanks will see video now and hopefully will work, thanks so much for all the support so far11:24
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, which audio card ?11:26
cuppa_coffeewell ill be dammed, some fiddling with the plugs seemed to help!11:27
cuppa_coffeeBluesKaj, card is showing up as HDA ATI SB11:27
dsuchHello, I am on Ubuntu MATE 18.04 and I have a question about Open File dialogs. Some programs, like Firefox or Sublime Text, do not show by default a location text box input when I press Ctrl-O to open a file.11:28
dsuchInstead there is a breadcrumbs like path which is not productive to use if I already have a full file path copied to clipboard already (e.g. from log files).11:28
dsuchI know I can use Ctrl-L but it is growing old to do it each time I need to open a file - do you perhaps know if the file location input box can be made permanently visible? Thanks a lot.11:28
qwebirc15895privism i select virtual hard disk, virtual machine disk or virtualbox disk image?11:29
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, run this in the console , it will show the audio driver, we need to know11:30
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, cat /proc/asound/modules11:31
cuppa_coffeebas@Zeus:~$ cat /proc/asound/modules11:31
cuppa_coffee 0 snd_hda_intel11:31
cuppa_coffee 1 snd_hda_intel11:31
lotuspsychjedsuch: perhaps try also #ubuntu-mate11:32
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, ok run, sudo modprobe snd_hda_intel , in the console then you may need to reboot11:32
dsuchlotuspsychje: I will try it, thanks.11:32
cuppa_coffeeBluesKaj, the whole 5.1 set now seems to work after fiddling with some cables. It seems some channels were muted in alsamixer, but are now nicely maxed out and the test makes them all make sound. Might be a crack in the cable as an extra?11:33
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, could be a cable problem, difficult to tell unless you swap it out11:34
cuppa_coffeeBluesKaj, feared as much. This is a cheap set, so no easy swapping. Thank you very much for your help!11:35
BluesKajcuppa_coffee, yw, good luck :-)11:36
naraHello all, is it possible to have same make and models connected to one system via USB and print based on the printer name ?11:45
lotuspsychjenara: man lpr11:51
qwebirc15895when installing ubuntu in virtual machine what name, computer name, username, etc i need to use? i heard "root" is needed? im confused?11:56
EriC^^qwebirc15895: those are arbitrary11:56
EriC^^put whatever you want, root isnt used in ubuntu you use sudo to get privileges11:57
popey_qwebirc15895: are you not following some online guide to install?11:58
maxzorHello, a problem I thought solved reappeared few days ago. Ubu 19.04. When laptop lid closed, it goes into sleep mode. When I reopen the lid, the system tried to wake up, and the login screen is frozen. Even other ttys. Cannot do anything but force reboot (alt print SUB).12:05
maxzorI did two distro upgrades from 18.04 -> 18.10 -> 19.0412:05
qwebirc15895popey yes i am but in the video he mentions to put root and then he put just his name so im confused12:05
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maxzorhappens like 60% of every "sleep cycle"12:06
anddamducasse: any additional insight?12:07
lotuspsychjeanddam: ducasse might be afk for now, re-ask in the channel please12:08
lotuspsychje!acpi | maxzor12:08
ubottumaxzor: to debug ACPI issues on ubuntu make sure your bios is up to date and follow the procedure here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingACPI12:08
maxzorlotuspsychje, ty12:10
anddamlotuspsychje: is there a proper way to let my user to rw-acces /dev/kvm* or should I just create a group and a custom udev rule?12:10
anddambtw I have no match in dmesg for "kvm", I'm not sure this is expected12:11
pragmaticenigmaanddam: Is your user part of the same group that owns /dev/kvm12:11
anddamyou mean the root group; no, it is not12:12
lotuspsychjemaxzor: ddi you have the same issues on your other ubuntu versions?12:14
maxzorlotuspsychje, no12:14
maxzordid a double jump so not tried on 18.10, but no pb on 18.0412:15
lotuspsychjemaxzor: maybe its wise to file a !bug against 19.04 then12:15
maxzorill follow the acpi procedure you linked first, y12:15
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lotuspsychjemaxzor: ok12:17
pragmaticenigmaanddam: typically you don't want to alter permissions of a directory or item, especially in the /dev path. Set your user as part of the root group. also, learn to use sudo to make edits. that's what it is there for12:18
JPSmanHey freedom lovers :)12:18
qwebirc15895i installed ubunut in VM, clicked restart and i got this msg: "please remove the installation medium then press enter"12:19
JPSmanwhat VM are you using?12:19
anddampragmaticenigma: there programs that assume access to devices, cf. disks or dialout groups12:19
anddamyou are not going to run every terminal instance with sudo, you just want to be able to rw on the specific device12:19
pragmaticenigmaanddam: what exactly are you trying to do?12:20
anddamor the libvirtd group itself from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KVM/Installation12:20
anddampragmaticenigma: I am not sure how I can rephrase that12:20
anddampragmaticenigma: I would like to figure it Ubuntu has a "proper" way (i.e. some group already defined) to provide user access to /dev/kvm* devices12:21
victorqueirozI've this problem that I only experience on Ubuntu and on my ThinkPads. When I hit brightness control buttons, the whole computer freezes for 1-2 seconds until I see the brightness really change. And the computer seems very leaky as well (Once I had 70% of the memory being used by gnome-shell and even after I executed "r" I still had a hard time using the computer because it was too slow)12:21
victorqueirozI had this problem on Ubuntu 19.0412:21
victorqueirozAnd early versions too12:21
pragmaticenigmaanddam: You're going to have to try and explain what you are trying to do. I have never seen the need for a user to access anything in /dev directly.12:21
anddampragmaticenigma: or if I should just add one I define and use a corresponding udev rule12:21
cryptodananddam: that gets created when you install the virt manager12:22
anddampragmaticenigma: seriously, never used a serial device?12:22
qwebirc15895someone can help?: i installed ubunut in VM, clicked restart and i got this msg: "please remove the installation medium then press enter"12:22
anddampragmaticenigma: a modem, or fdisk/gdisk to format a new disk?12:22
anddamcryptodan: ok, I figure that much,  but did not install the whole qemu-kvm shebang, I just installed Android Studio that tries to access /dev/kvm12:23
pragmaticenigmaanddam: for disk operations I use the sudo command like many others. Modem is controlled through Network Manager, there is no reason for me to interface directly with the device12:23
pakcjoHi, is there a channel for package development? motu?12:23
anddamcryptodan: so I'm just using libvirtd group12:23
cryptodananddam: also check the /etc/group file for groups to be added to12:23
pragmaticenigma!alis | pakcjo12:23
ubottupakcjo: Alis is an IRC service to help you find channels. For help on using it, see "/msg Alis help list" or ask in #freenode. Example usage: "/msg Alis list http"12:23
anddampragmaticenigma: I use USB token that go over CDC, so I constantly use a terminal emulator on ttyACM*12:23
pragmaticenigmaanddam: So you have an edge use case... kind of vital information to include with your question12:24
anddamcryptodan: again, if libvirtd had been in /etc/group I would have used it. Notice I was asking *if* there was a proper way _in Ubuntu_ *or* I should just set it up on my own12:24
anddamI see the point, thanks for the info12:24
cryptodananddam: the application would be responsible for setting up that group when installed if it required it and to have users be part of it12:25
qwebirc15895popey i installed ubunut in VM, clicked restart and i got this msg: "please remove the installation medium then press enter"12:25
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: what happens when you follow that instruction12:26
pragmaticenigmaqwebirc15895: So use the VM's controls to eject the media and press the enter key. If you don't know how. Go read the documentation of your VM application.12:26
qwebirc15895monekydust i dont know where or how to remove the installation medium, i havent pressed enter yet12:26
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: hit enter12:27
qwebirc15895pragmaticenigma i installed from doanloaded file in windows to VM machine, nothing to eject12:27
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: or close the VM client12:28
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: is that virtualbox?12:29
pragmaticenigmaqwebirc15895: You didn't read my statement, I'll repeat. You VM program will have control menus. One of those menus has the ability to "eject" the media. If you didn't bother to read how to use your VM application, that's on you. Use google to find out how to eject media in your VM application. Example: "VirtualBox eject media"12:29
qwebirc15895monekydust hit enter directly? without removing that medium it say?12:29
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: yes, try it12:29
thsnranddam: what version of ubuntu are you using? /dev/kvm should belong to group kvm as specified by /lib/udev/rules.d/50-udev-default.rules12:31
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qwebirc15895Monkeydust seems it work it asked for password and i log it, how to open linux terminal there now?12:31
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: ctrl alt t12:32
McErroneousHi, does somebody by accident know the first version of Ubuntu that used upstart ?12:32
anddamthsnr: +79?12:32
anddamit's commented on my 18.0412:32
anddamI re-enabled that w/o the static option12:33
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust thanks, if i want to install sth from github etc can do all from VM? nothing will be downnloaded to windows?12:33
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: no, only in the vm12:33
anddamI need to rebuild to have the special file rebuilt according to new rule, right?12:34
popey_McErroneous: https://launchpad.net/upstart/+packages - 11.10?12:34
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust, ok lets see if it works, THANKS :)12:34
popey_McErroneous: oh, 9.10 is listed too12:34
popey_McErroneous: hah, scroll down further, 8.04 :)12:35
anddamI mean even 'udevadm trigger' won't recreate a device that is already presente, is that correct?12:35
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: yw ... lock the terminal icon in the taskbar12:35
thsnranddam: i am not sure about that, i would have recommended trigger12:35
thsnrperhaps udevadm trigger /dev/kvm will do the trick12:36
anddamthsnr: tried sudo udevadm trigger --attr-match=kernel='kvm'  to no avail12:37
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust, you mean lock the VM ico in the windows taskbar on the lower right? how to do this?12:37
thsnranddam: if you do not want to reboot then you can try to remove and reprobe the kvm kernel module12:37
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: no... which version of ubuntu are you using12:37
anddamthsnr: oh right12:37
anddamthsnr: btw isn't it strange I do no see any match in dmesg for "kvm" (case insensitive)?12:38
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS12:38
anddamthsnr: probing the module back did the trick12:39
TJ-anddam: I may have missed it, but /lib/udev/rules.d/60-qemu-system-common.rules from qemu-system-common has the non-commented rule to set GROUP=kvm, MODE=0660, if that's of any use to you12:39
McErroneousUpstart is firmly established since Ubuntu 6.10, (wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Archiv/Upstart/)12:39
anddamTJ-: that's what I used, but I do not have any of the qemu- packages installed12:39
TJ-anddam: right; I wasn't following your convo so just wanted to ensure you were aware of it12:40
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: moment, my own vm stalls12:41
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust Ubuntu 18.04.2 LTS, you mean lock the ubuntu machine in the VM taskbar? seems it is there already? on the left column12:41
thsnranddam: since dmesg is a ring buffer then any kvm module entries at boot might have already been overwritten12:41
TJ-anddam: that package can be installed without the heavyweight QEMU binaries for emulation12:42
thsnrthat might be a better idea then modifying /lib files manually :) eventhough the line is enabled (uncommented) since 18.1012:43
TJ-anddam:  thsnr As I recall the kvm modules no longer do a printk(INFO...) as they did years ago12:44
TJ-anddam: so no "kvm:" in dmesg would be expected12:44
thsnrgood to know12:44
qwebirc15895MonkeyDust will wait for your update before i do anything else in the VM12:49
qwebirc15895what does this mean in VM ubuntu machine: "lock the terminal icon in the taskbar"13:03
llcyHey everyone! I want to create an `alias` for php. Like, p() { php ${1}.php } -- except I want this to work with all the arguments, too. So `p x y z` should be expanded to `php p.php x y z`. How can I accomplish this?13:19
llcyand in some cases, I want to re-arrange some args. Like $3 $1 $2, and then all the remaining arguments at the end, without knowing how many of them there are. Is this possible?13:20
pragmaticenigmallcy: Please don't cross post, our community guidelines ask that you politely wait in the channel you first asked13:21
llcypragmaticenigma, sorry! wont do it again! I got a response on #bash, in case anyone attempts to answer :/13:22
GivenToCodeHi, we are updating some server images to 18.04. The images are deployed to both aws and non-aws environments. What is the difference between linux-generic-hwe-18.04 and linux-aws-hwe-18.04?13:23
MonkeyDustqwebirc15895: you experiment a bit in a vm, click here and there13:25
pragmaticenigmaGivenToCode: One is a customized kernel specific to being used in the AWS environment, the other is HWE kernel provided by Canonical13:30
samba35lotuspsychje, sorry13:30
samba35it was pain13:30
pragmaticenigmasamba35: lotuspsychje has stepped away13:31
samba35ok no issue but i must say thanks to him ,there was system related issuse but he try to him me at his best13:32
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samba35what is differance in apt upgrade and full-upgrade ?13:33
pragmaticenigmasamba35: take a look at "man apt"13:33
samba35so what is recommand upgrade or full-upgrade  ?13:34
popey_the latter, usually13:34
pragmaticenigmasamba35: Unless you have a specific reason to, "apt upgrade" is usually sufficient13:35
pragmaticenigmasamba35: That is why I pointed you to look at the documentation. The choice in the commands depends on what you are trying to accomplish13:36
samba35pragmaticenigma, you are from ubuntu ?13:36
pragmaticenigmasamba35: Everyone here is a volunteer13:37
popey_if you have a separate /boot partition (for example if you use disk encryption) full-upgrade might be preferred so your /boot doesn't run out of space (which can happen)13:37
samba35ok .. :)13:38
Paddy_NIHello I am wondering if anyone can help me get rid of a couple of pixel overlap on my primary display?  I have two displays hooked up to their own graphics cards both older radeon cards using radeon drivers. My primary display is on the right (hooked up via DVI) and secondary on the left (hooked up via VGA, D-SUB).  The secondary display trespasses on the primary by maybe 2 pixels on the left edge.13:38
Paddy_NII am told to use xrandr to fix this however it makes the displays behave and look very oddly and results in them also being mirrored as opposed to being joined13:43
Paddy_NIThe primary display (DVI) is 1600x900 and the secondary is 1366x76813:44
TJ-Paddy_NI: use something like "xrandr --output HDMI-1 --left-of eDP-1" (puts the external HDMI to left of an built-in LCD (on my laptop)13:45
Paddy_NITJ-, How would I get the proper interface names?13:45
Paddy_NIOh silly me13:45
TJ-Paddy_NI: "xrandr -q"13:45
Paddy_NIOkay so "DVI-0" is my primary and "VGA-1-0" is my secondary13:46
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lol768Hi folks. I installed a new CPU yesterday. System seemed to work, but today there are .. issues and it no longer boots13:49
lol768I can get into an init=/bin/bash and do an fsck of my rootfs but fsck segfaults13:50
TJ-lol768: sounds like hardware issue... check CPU is seated, that RAM modules haven't been disturbed, that disk cables are firmly connected13:51
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lol768Any tips on how to rule certain things out? I did a memtest86 yesterday and it seemed fine. Just open it up and check everything? Try a live disk?13:52
TJ-lol768: does it happen after some time of operating? in which case suspect thermal issues13:52
TJ-lol768: replacing a CPU usually infers fitting a heat-sinkn13:52
TJ-lol768: and that infers you need to spread some thermal paste *evenly* on the CPU13:53
lol768Thermal paste was on the rear of the heatsink13:53
TJ-lol768: depending on PC it may infer a fan, too13:53
lol768I did check it had spread onto the CPU13:53
GivenToCodepragmaticenigma, re: aws hwe, do you know if the differences between aws and generic are documented anywhere?13:53
TJ-lol768: before you fitted the heatsink did you ensure none of the new CPU's pins/legs were bent - that is a hard one to spot without re-lifting the CPU to check13:54
lol768No, but i can try and check that. Is there a nice and easy way to lift the CPU back out?13:54
lol768Obviously remove heatsink, retract metal lever13:55
lol768.. pull? :P13:55
pragmaticenigmaGivenToCode: I do not, typically differences are optimizations for the operating environment. Things like unnecassary driver modules are removed, or tweaked for better performance of the environment they are going to be working with in13:56
TJ-lol768: indeed :) I usually fit the CPU, lock the lever, then immediately unlock and lift it to check the legs are fine, before fitting a heatsink13:56
TJ-lol768: but before you do that check all the other things, like monitoring the temperatures13:56
lol768Temps seemed _okay_ in the BIOS13:57
TJ-lol768: also check the kernel log (dmesg) for clues when it fails13:57
lol768That's a good shout13:57
lol768I love dealing with hardware 🙄13:58
TJ-lol768: monitor temps from the OS, as in "grep . /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone*/temp "13:58
Paddy_NITJ-, That command does exactly what I already have and retains the overlap. I suppose I need to figure out the "--pos". Thank you for simplifying that for me :-)13:58
lol768Good idea13:59
lol768Thanks for all that :)13:59
Paddy_NITJ-, If the primary display is being overlapped by the secondary then which display do I need to target with the positioning?14:00
TJ-Paddy_NI: the overlap you're on about, I think you're mistaken!14:00
Paddy_NITJ-, How so?14:00
TJ-Paddy_NI: I'm going to bet what you're talking about is you've made an application full-screen on one monitor and can see it's border on the other?14:00
Paddy_NITJ-, Not even fullscreen14:01
TJ-Paddy_NI: does the *desktop* of the left monitor appear on the right monitor?14:01
Paddy_NIif I even put my mouse in that overlap it shows on the other dislay14:01
Paddy_NITJ-, Yes14:01
TJ-Paddy_NI: ahh, OK, I stand corrected then. Because you've got 2 GPUs with potentially different drivers, we need to collect some more info.14:02
Paddy_NITJ-, FYI it does this with one card14:02
TJ-Paddy_NI: let's start with "pastebinit <( uname -r; lsb_release -a; xrandr -q; cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log )"14:02
Paddy_NII am currently using two but it still does it with one card14:02
Paddy_NITJ-, Both cards are old radeon cards that are both using the radeon driver14:03
Paddy_NITJ-, https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/cDFwhBgDPn/14:05
TJ-Paddy_NI: it sounds like a video memory mapping issue, which I've seen a few times over the years, but they're rare14:05
Paddy_NIpastebinit seems to have some issues14:05
Paddy_NITJ-, I have had this issue with arch, kde neon, xubuntu, ubuntu, ubuntu mate for the past 3 or 4 releases14:06
Paddy_NIIt's most certainly to do with these monitors14:06
Paddy_NIGiven that I have had the same issue on completely different hardware.14:07
Paddy_NIWith one gpu14:07
TJ-Paddy_NI: what a great warning msg! "(WW) RADEON(G0): 3 ZaphodHeads crtcs unavailable. Some outputs will stay off."14:07
TJ-The monitors will only display what is sent to them, I cannot think of a way that a monitor could display something meant for the other - this a GPU issue14:08
Paddy_NITJ-, So the other computer I have with intel graphics that does the same thing is also a gpu issue?14:09
qwebirc15895hi when typing in ubunut VM keyboard is not what i have french keyboard, how to change?14:09
Paddy_NITJ-, Is it possible in the current case that one of the cards does not support glamour and the other does?14:09
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Paddy_NIOr the tearing "auto" is causing issues?14:10
Paddy_NII wish I had more knowledge in this area :-)14:10
Paddy_NII guess I can't know everything... :-(14:10
TJ-Paddy_NI: line 947 is where they get combined; the X,Y range looks correct there: [  1134.470] (II) RADEON(0): Allocate new frame buffer 2966x90014:11
TJ-Paddy_NI: I've never seen this message before "randr: falling back to unsynchronized pixmap sharing" and it raises my suspicions so is something to follow up on and understand its implications14:12
qwebirc15895hi when typing in ubunut VM keyboard is not what i have french keyboard, how to change?14:12
Paddy_NIWhen I used Arch TJ- I also used a dvi to vga adapter so that both displays at that time used VGA.  I resolved the overlap at that time by resetting the displays using their OSD controls at the same time and rapidly pressing auto14:13
Paddy_NIWith my now using DVI auto is not available on the primary14:13
Paddy_NII never did like the strain the dvi adapter put on the connector of my pc so I am kinda glad to be rid of it14:14
Paddy_NITJ-, Also if I use wayland I don't have this issue.  Sadly Wayland is not quite ready yet14:14
Paddy_NIAlso wayland resolves screen tearing for me14:15
TJ-Paddy_NI: in AMD/Radeon land there is apparently a 'technology' called "Eyefinity" for multi-monitors, and one of its 'knobs' is being able to adjust the width of an overlapping "bezel" - I suspect this is what you are seeing14:15
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Paddy_NIOh, I wonder if that means I need to start messing with xorg.conf14:16
qwebirc15895how to change keyboard to french in ubuntu VM?14:16
Paddy_NIHopefully not but if it fixes it I will gladly learn how14:16
sanji515hello everyone,14:16
sanji515I'm using puppeteer which installed `Headless chrome browser` but it has some missing package so I used command `ldd chrome | grep not` for listing the missing package and installed  it manually but can I automate this process by running the one script so that it can list and install those packages14:16
TJ-Paddy_NI: this link describes it (Windows specific) but does detail the Bezel adjust. https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/faq/dh-01414:16
ndayalanqwebirc15895: To change the keyboard layout, go to the system menu and select "System Settings". Then select "Region & Language" on the left of the items list to open the panel.14:19
qwebirc15895ndayalan I did but I have to install new langauages and I get error to install14:20
Paddy_NITJ-, Do you think I could configure the xrandr command to configure the positioning?14:20
TJ-Paddy_NI: I'm not sure, not used Radeon/AMD14:20
TJ-Paddy_NI: but this bezel adjust does seem to describe what you're experiencing14:21
Paddy_NITJ-, Would that matter?14:21
ndayalanqwebirc15895: Click the + button in the "Input Sources" section, select the language which is associated with the layout, then select a layout and press "Add"14:21
Paddy_NITJ-, Supposedly though only on extended mode?14:21
Paddy_NITJ-, I am using joined, extended seems to treat both displays as one big desktop with panel etc spanning both14:22
Paddy_NINo pretty :-)14:22
ndayalanqwebirc15895: When you add a new input source, it becomes available to use and it's shown in the list below Input Sources.14:22
Paddy_NINot rather14:22
TJ-Paddy_NI: you could look through the Xorg Driver/Radeon bug list here to see if you can find something that describes the issue, I've not found anything so far. https://bugs.freedesktop.org/buglist.cgi?component=Driver%2FRadeon&order=changeddate%20DESC%2Cbug_status%2Cpriority%2Cassigned_to%2Cbug_id&product=xorg&query_format=advanced&resolution=---14:30
ndayalanqwebirc15895: you can also fix this via the command line: "sudo dpkg-reconfigure keyboard-configuration", the keyboard type on the first screen will likely be correct ("Generic") then when you hit OK (Enter) the other screens will prompt you for language etc. use arrow keys to scroll up and down between options and "Enter" for OK14:31
TJ-Paddy_NI: you really need someone familiar and expert with radeon multi-monitor config14:31
Paddy_NITJ-, It's a real head scratcher lol14:31
Paddy_NITJ-, Agreed14:31
Paddy_NITJ-, What am I loosing out on when using wayland?14:32
TJ-Paddy_NI: not sure; I don't use it so not had chance to discover trade-offs14:32
Paddy_NIAs it does not happen under wayland I might be able to get by with it14:32
Paddy_NITJ-, No worries, I really appreciate your time. Thank you very much :-)14:32
TJ-Paddy_NI: the fact you can fix it in xorg with this "joined" vs "extended" modes too suggests it should be adjustable somehow, but the adjust sounds to be internal to the radeon driver, not something xrandr can access14:37
Paddy_NITJ-, The radeon driver is the open source one no?14:37
Paddy_NITJ-, The refresh rate on "DVI-0" is "59.95*+" and the refresh rate on "VGA-1-0" is "59.79*+" according to xrandr -q14:40
Paddy_NIWould that be meaningless14:40
TJ-Paddy_NI: I presume so - I'm thinking about the GUI settings you have access to also. I'm not aware of what is available for radeon in this area. I know Nvidia drivers have the nvidia-settings tools, I assume Radeon has something similar14:40
Paddy_NITJ-, Not at all, you would need to use the proprietary drivers for that afaik14:41
TJ-Paddy_NI: those are what the monitors tell the GPU they support, nothing to do with this bezel issue14:41
Paddy_NIThought it would have been a syncing issue14:41
TJ-Paddy_NI: is the Pc using Linuc exclusively, or does it dual-boot Windows?14:41
Paddy_NIJust clutching at straws so I am :-)14:41
Paddy_NILinux exclusively14:42
TJ-Paddy_NI: OK ... I had this vague wonder if a warm reboot from Windows to Linux might be leaving the GPU configured this way, and the linux driver (not knowing about bezel overlap) would leave a Windows adjustment setting inside the GPU14:43
TJ-Paddy_NI: do you get the bezel if you switch layouts (as a test) ? As in, put the monittor that is usually on the left, to the right (in software - don't physically move them!)14:43
Paddy_NIIt's possible I suppose, I wonder if I can get a windows live environment.  I guess that would be a nightmare as drivers would need to be installed and it would need a reboot which would be unfeasible14:44
TJ-Paddy_NI: ignore the Windows angle if it isn't a dual-boot system14:44
Paddy_NIActually I think that does away with the overlap. just a sec14:44
TJ-Paddy_NI: I'm just trying to come up with rationale hypothesis for a weird issue!14:44
TJ-Paddy_NI: aha, so could it be related to the dimensions of each display I wonder?14:45
popey_have we seen output from xrandr ?14:45
popey_(I have the overlap issue in KDE Neon sometimes, if I don't arrange monitors correctly / precisely)14:45
TJ-maybe its some weirdness of calculation in rounding, when the larger is to the right of the smaller, or visa-versa14:45
Paddy_NITJ-, That's a point I should have made earlier14:45
Paddy_NIpopey_, Yeah I had the same issues with neon. https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/cDFwhBgDPn/14:46
TJ-popey_: see https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/cDFwhBgDPn/14:46
popey_Paddy_NI: what desktop you on right now?14:46
Paddy_NIIf I pull the monitors apart using the display settings in gnome the overlap vanishes however I cannot mouse over between them14:46
Paddy_NIUbuntu 19.0414:47
TJ-Paddy_NI: I'd have said - if you only posititioned the monitors using the drag-n-drop GUI tool, that you'd accidentally created the overlap. But as the "xrandr --output X --left-of Y" also cuased it, I think that can be ruleed out14:47
Paddy_NITJ-, Yeah I originally thought just that14:47
TJ-Paddy_NI: I wonder if the GUI drag-n-drop isn't causing this - does it have a "snap" action that brings the 2 displays together when they get close?14:47
popey_i would delete or backup/move the .config/monitors.xml, logout / login and re-try using only the UI, no xrandr14:47
popey_corruption in monitors.xml has bitten me before14:48
Paddy_NITJ-, Yes they snap together14:48
TJ-Paddy_NI: ^^^^^14:48
TJ-Paddy_NI: that's a good suggestion from popey_14:48
TJ-Paddy_NI: I have to go now, got Huskies to run! Good luck14:49
Paddy_NIpopey_, An interesting point. When I was trying to resolve screen tearing by creating a 20.radeon.conf file it would freeze upon trying to login from gdm.  When I switched to a tty and removed the 20 radeon file it logged in straight to the desktop without the overlap with the displays in my desired positioning14:49
Paddy_NII am going to try what you said now popey_14:50
Paddy_NIGuys thank you btw I really do appreciate this :-)14:50
popey_no problemo, it's annoying, i know14:50
Paddy_NIOkay so I logged out and when I tried to log back in popey it froze on the GDM login screen.  I switched to a tty, logged in and rebooted the computer.  Logged back in successfully and the monitors defaulted to the wrong sides. I adjusted them back so display 2 was on the right and I have the overlap back again14:56
Paddy_NIMy Wife doesn't understand what the problem is....14:56
Paddy_NIApparently I am being too much of a perfectionist.  I AM NOT MAD!!!14:57
Meadwait, you are in #ubuntu and claiming to have a wife? I call shinanigans!14:59
Paddy_NIYeah I was quite surprised too15:00
cfhowlettsudo apt install spouse15:00
Paddy_NIThe sudo part is essential15:00
SimonNLreinstall ?15:00
cfhowlettI think install -f might also be called for15:01
Paddy_NIIf I mention that I am still trying to fix these pixels I think I will be getting purged before long15:01
MeadE: Unable to locate package wife   maybe I need to install a new repository,  is there one for mail order russian wives?15:01
Paddy_NII need to start being productive, popey if it is okay with you perhaps I can ping you later today?15:02
leftyfbMead: can we help you with something?15:02
Meadyeah,  can you point me to some info on how to connect to and browse SMB shares via CLI?15:03
thsnrMead: check out smbclient15:04
leftyfbMead: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/How%20to%20Create%20a%20Network%20Share%20Via%20Samba%20Via%20CLI%20(Command-line%20interface/Linux%20Terminal)%20-%20Uncomplicated,%20Simple%20and%20Brief%20Way!15:04
leftyfbMead: first result on google for "Ubuntu samba command line"15:05
Meadleftyfb: No I've got the SMB share up and running on another machine already, I want to access it15:06
thsnrstep 8 of the guide15:06
leftyfbMead: we cannot help you if you don't bother reading instructions15:07
popey_Paddy_NI: sure15:12
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Co2ooZieJiWhy was the recent MDS kernel update(https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/KnowledgeBase/MDS) distributed in the 'updates' pocket and not the 'security' pocket? If it had been in 'security' then some servers with the standard automatic update would have installed it.15:18
tomreyni don't know the answer to your question, but know this: generally, security patches move from -security to -updates after a (sometimes short?) while. -security is really just there as a central infrastructure (i.e. everyone should use "security.ubuntu.com" in sources.list) to ensure fast propagation of security patches to affected systems.15:21
tomreynCo2ooZieJi: ^15:22
tomreyni.e. if you only have -security enabled but not -updates you're doing it wrong, i'd say, since you'll likley miss critical security patches.15:22
tomreynand maybe i'm wrong: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/FAQ#How_are_the_.22-updates.22_and_.22-security.22_pockets_different.3F15:24
tomreynyes, i'm wrong there, sorry.15:26
popey_A question for the security team, who hang out in #ubuntu-hardened15:26
Co2ooZieJitomreyn, Thanks for the reply. The standard configuration of unattended-upgrades only enables "${distro_id}:${distro_codename}-security" as a default pocket to install from. I thought it was strange that the patch skipped -security and went straight to -updates15:27
Co2ooZieJipopey_, Thanks I'll ask in #ubuntu-hardened15:27
ioriai think because has shipped with the new -50 kernel (alias in -updates)15:28
other_rickHi, how I can know if the X is using framebuffer?15:31
nicenoobif someone can answer my question i will wait here15:32
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leftyfb!ask | nicenoob15:32
ubottunicenoob: 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 !patience15:32
nicenooboh im sorry15:33
nicenoobso i got the ubuntu boot files (extracted them from 7zip) will my dvd work if i copy the boot files to the disc or i need to burn them?15:34
leftyfbnicenoob: what exactly are you trying to accomplish?15:34
popey_nicenoob: whats the actual goal here?15:34
popey_hah :)15:34
nCrazedbootable media?15:35
nicenoobi have a DVD15:35
leftyfbnicenoob: burn the iso as you normall burn iso's. As an image, usin an iso imaging tool15:35
leftyfbnicenoob: I like to use etcher.io15:35
nicenooboh ok15:35
nicenoobi thought it would work if i copied them to the dvd folder15:36
nicenoobthank you15:37
benyaminxploitwht ar u come from?15:38
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ this is ubuntu worldwide support.  what is your ubuntu question?15:38
nicenoobif this works, im going to try ubuntu and might install it15:40
nicenooblinux is great15:41
nicenoobbut im a newbie15:41
benyaminxploityeah me to15:41
nicenoobwhat is your question benyaminxploit15:41
nicenoobthis is the support channel15:42
benyaminxploitmy question ?15:42
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ the topic is ubuntu support.  what is your support question?15:43
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cfhowlettchitchat/jibberjabber is in #ubuntu-offtopic15:43
ndayalanI was trying to find the font that I use in the terminal and the output I get from the command "fc-match" is "Vera.ttf: Bitstream Vera Sans" "Roman". I would like to know whether the above font is the one am I using or it displays the match available fonts as mentioned in the man page.15:49
benyaminxploitUbuntu is an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, so what does it mean from open source?15:50
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ quite easy to google that15:50
benyaminxploithaha oke15:51
benyaminxploitactually what are the weaknesses of ubuntu?15:52
thsnrndayalan: fc-match searches for fonts given a pattern (empty in your case), check your terminal settings for the font used15:52
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ ask in #ubuntu-offtopic15:53
benyaminxploitwhy do many people come in and out? even though this is a good forum for beginners, lots of things to learn here15:56
cfhowlett!silence | benyaminxploit15:56
cfhowlett!quietirc | benyaminxploit15:56
ubottubenyaminxploit: To ignore joins/parts/quits in your favorite IRC client, see http://wiki.xkcd.com/irc/Hide_join_part_messages15:56
popey_benyaminxploit: because there are a lot of people using Ubuntu, and people often boot up and shutdown their computers.15:56
benyaminxploitokey,good reason15:58
McErroneousHey, which command was used in Ubuntu 5.10 to manage services ? With which version of Ubuntu was the "service"-command beeing introduced ?15:58
ndayalanthsnr: is there any similar commands like "dpkg-reconfigure" to change fonts16:00
thsnrndayalan: what terminal are you using?16:00
ndayalanthsnr: st-256color16:01
benyaminxploitoh yeah how do you run xchat?16:02
lotuspsychje!xchat | benyaminxploit16:02
ubottubenyaminxploit: xchat and xchat-gnome are old IRC clients which are not actively maintained outside of Ubuntu/Debian. Some versions of Ubuntu do not include them. Users of 14.04 onwards should strongly consider using hexchat instead, which has good upstream support and is widely recommended by the IRC community over xchat and xchat-gnome.16:02
cfhowlettno one should be running xchat!!!!16:02
cfhowlettnor should it still be default in ubuntu ...16:02
thsnrndayalan: configuration of the st font happens at compile-time. did you build it yourself or install a package?16:04
benyaminxploitwhy not run xchat?16:04
thsnrndayalan: the default is "Liberation Mono:pixelsize=12:antialias=true:autohint=true"16:04
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ you have to read the information people send >>> https://hexchat.github.io/news/announcement.html16:04
McErroneousubuntu dont know...16:05
lotuspsychje!patience | McErroneous16:05
ubottuMcErroneous: 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/16:05
ndayalanthsnr: I compile it myself and I could see the default in file config.h but I wish to know other fonts available to me to change it in Ubuntu 16.0416:07
thsnrndayalan: fc-match -a will print a list of available fonts16:08
leftyfbMcErroneous: why are you asking about a release from 14 years ago?16:09
hggdhMcErroneous: Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy) is *old*. You would probably find your answer  faster if you installed it under a VM16:09
ndayalanthsnr: is it possible to use these fonts in tty also16:11
McErroneousUbuntu does not have tradition, wiki-pages are deleted, and "calling it self"/"aims to be"  the best documented Linux distro.. ?16:12
McErroneoushggdh: how would that help ?16:13
McErroneoushggdh: i installed it already...16:13
hggdhMcErroneous: do you have a support question? 5.10 is not supported anymore16:13
cfhowlettthis ^^^^16:13
ndayalanthsnr: also I boot the system in text mode to read the messages, there the font looks different16:13
McErroneoushahaha, just say, i dont know...,16:13
hggdhMcErroneous: ok. Can you please stop now?16:14
McErroneousupgrade n update is typical ubuntu answer... , hggdh i dont want anything from you..., you replied to my question, by making irrelevant suggestions...16:15
* cfhowlett tests the functionality of hexchat /ignore command. It works!16:15
hggdhMcErroneous: stop now16:15
benyaminxploitanyone know linux times server here?16:16
tomreynbenyaminxploit: do you mean network time protocol servers?16:16
thsnrndayalan: afaik tty requires use of bitmap fonts so they are not all usable. that is also what you are seeing when booting in text mode16:16
cfhowlett!ntp | benyaminxploit16:16
ubottubenyaminxploit: Information about using and setting your computer's clock on Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuTime - See https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/NTP.html for information on usage of the Network Time Protocol (NTP)16:16
thsnrbut others might correct me16:17
josmarTengo algunos problemas con mi ubuntu16:17
cfhowlett!es | josmar16:17
ubottujosmar: 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.16:17
McErroneousI have a printed documentation, but in the index i cant find "service" or daemon....16:18
benyaminxploitI mean channel kali linux16:18
cfhowlett!kali | benyaminxploit16:18
ubottubenyaminxploit: The 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)16:18
jameson777Hey everybody!16:27
jameson777I have a trouble with a boot partition, as it somehow changed keyboard layout, luks password isn't accepted, could someone help me to rebuild boot partition?16:28
TJ-jameson777: the boot partition doesn't affect that. What may affect it, is changing system keyboard map that is set in the initialramfs (initrd.img-*)16:31
plongshotI just got some warnings realated to intramfs upgrades. Should I correct this so I don't see this anymore?16:32
plongshotUbuntu Server 18.0416:33
TJ-plongshot: is the system using LUKS encryption?16:34
plongshotHere: this give better context shows the rest of the output.   https://pastebin.com/UJB1CEsn16:35
jameson777TJ-: How to regenerate initramfs wit right US keyboard layout?16:35
TJ-jameson777: what does "locale" report (put it in a pastebin if you can)16:36
jameson777TJ-: I cannot boot, i can only get into chroot..16:37
whitenoisehey guys, i'm looking for more information on CVE-2019-11815 -- short of upgrading to 5.0.8 kernel, are there any other options? are there minor release fixes from 4.x versions?16:37
TJ-jameson777: So the crux here is you cannot enter some language-specific keys that are part of the LUKS passphrase?16:38
TJ-jameson777: ok, cwhere have you mounted the chroot, what path?16:39
jameson777TJ-: mounted as volume group to /mnt16:40
TJ-jameson777: OK, so "cat /mnt/etc/{keyboard,locale} "16:41
jameson777TJ-: 15mins, preparing new vm16:41
Jackneillwhen i try to boot i get a purple empty screen. i have ssd encryption (lvm). sometimes grub appear sometimes not16:41
Jackneilli just recently did a do-release-upgrade16:42
Jackneillany idea?16:42
Jackneill(asus vivobook s14)16:42
jameson777TJ-: There is no keyboard or locale files in /etc16:47
benyaminxploitThere are people here?16:49
lotuspsychjebenyaminxploit: only ubuntu questions here please16:49
benyaminxploitwhat's the weakness of ubuntu?16:49
TJ-jameson777: that might be part of the issue, if they haven't been set16:50
cfhowlettbenyaminxploit/ biggest weakness is between the keyboard and display16:51
tomreynJackneill: what did you upgrade from and to?16:51
benyaminxploitlotuspsychje what's your bot16:52
tomreynJackneill: So you upgraded from Ubuntu 18.04 LTS to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?16:52
Jackneillno thats from16:52
Jackneillto , what do-release-upgrade gave me16:52
Jackneill4.18.0-20-generic is the kernel16:52
benyaminxploitlotuspsychje What do you mean16:53
tomreynJackneill: are you able to run commands on this system now?16:53
Jackneilli can edit grub conf16:54
Jackneilli mean i can get to the grub booloade16:54
TJ-Jackneill: *when* did you do the do-release-upgrade? Today?16:54
tomreynJackneill: on the grub menu, select advanced, then recovery.16:54
JackneillTJ-, yes16:55
TJ-Jackneill: tomreyn so in theory it should be to 18.10 or 19.04?16:55
jameson777TJ-: I updated locales, but when i run update-grub, ubuntu on encrypted volume i nots found, and when run update-initramfs -u, there is problem with /etc/crypttab..16:55
plongshotTJ-: Just saw that.  I think so. Let me check16:55
TJ-jameson777: you're doing that in the chroot?16:55
tomreynTJ-: my guess is 18.10, but so far we can only guess.16:55
jameson777TJ-: Preparing /boot, grub-install, uptate-initramfs -u16:56
JackneillTJ-, yes.16:56
tomreynJackneill: let me know when you reach the recovery menu.16:56
TJ-jameson777: when you prepared the chroot did you mount into it /dev /sys /proc and so on?16:56
TJ-jameson777: so in theory there is no reason that the LUKS file-system cannot be found.16:57
TJ-jameson777: is /boot/ in the root file-system, or is it on a separate file-system?16:57
Jackneilltomreyn, i have reached the menu, and resumed. now i am in gdm login screen. albeit low resolution. so i guess a graphics driver issue? this laptop only has intel i5 cpu, with integrated stuff.16:57
plongshotTJ-: I don't think so16:57
plongshotTJ-: But my os is installed on /dev/sdb not sda16:58
TJ-jameson777: and is /boot/ file-system also LUKS encrypted?16:58
EriC^^jameson777: it's a separate filesystem?16:58
jameson777TJ-: No, boot is not encrypted, only problem is now that in chroot when i run update-initramfs -u i get invalid line /etc/crypttab16:58
tomreynJackneill: maybe. that's not where i wanted you to go, but now that youR'e there: are you able to login there?16:59
Jackneilli guess everything is working fine just low resolution16:59
plongshotTJ-: Sorry scratch that last comment. That was my laptop (local machine) that I was thinking of16:59
TJ-jameson777: OK, so the issue isn't update-grub breaking LUKS, its the initialramfs build, due to some issue with the crypttab16:59
tomreynJackneill: run this in a terminal, and post the http address it returns:   nc termbin.com 9999 < <(lsb_release -ds;cat /proc/{version,cmdline};echo "$XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ($XDG_SESSION_TYPE)";)16:59
jameson777Yes, i need only fix crypttab so i cant fix boot, and boot into system and export bitcoins :)17:00
TJ-jameson777: have you made recent changes to /etc/crypttab? have you examined it closely and verified it contains valid references to devices (UUIDs, etc.) ?17:00
TJ-jameson777: sounds like there may be a syntax error in crypttab17:00
jameson777TJ-: Well, this is raw backup, i have no physical system for now17:01
TJ-jameson777: you're trying to do the recovery in a virtual machine? That should make no difference at this level17:01
jameson777It should but i'm not expert17:02
TJ-jameson777: is the VM image of a raw disk including the partition table?17:02
Jackneilltomreyn, https://termbin.com/17c517:02
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jameson777Yes, converted raw to vdi17:02
TJ-jameson777: are you able to pastebin the crypttab so we can check its syntax?17:02
tomreynJackneill: okay, so you upgraded to ubuntu 18.1017:03
tomreyn!18.10 | Jackneill17:03
ubottuJackneill: Ubuntu 18.10 (Cosmic Cuttlefish) is the 29th release of Ubuntu, supported until July 2019.  Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CosmicCuttlefish/ReleaseNotes - See also: bionic17:03
jameson777TJ-:root@dell-VirtualBox:/# cat /etc/crypttab17:03
jameson777sdb_crypt UUID=b183120b-9b99-4848-8f4c-60b263b6fe0c none luks,discard17:03
tomreynJackneill: you could consider to just ignore the graphics issue and upgrade to 19.04 now17:04
Jackneilltomreyn, sounds fine17:04
tomreynJackneill: press ctrl-alt-f3 and login and run: sudo do-release-upgrade17:04
jameson777TJ-: How should i regenerate crypttab entry, which uuid should i enter?17:04
Jackneilltomreyn, already running though via terminal17:05
TJ-jameson777: aha! I think I know what the issue is, and it isn't in the crypttab!17:05
tomreynJackneill: the goal there is that you'll not depend on X17:05
TJ-jameson777: You mentioned the VM image is VDI, which is VMware is it not?17:05
Jackneilltomreyn, i see17:05
Jackneilltomreyn, then ctrl-c sec17:05
jameson777No, VDI is Virtualbox and VMDK is VMware17:05
jameson777TJ-: please note that this system were never run in vm17:06
TJ-Jackneill: and the error is that an entry in /etc/fstab refers to "/dev/sda" but if I recall correctly, VMware doesn't name its disk devices that way. If I am correct, and you can do in the VM chroot "ls /sys/block/" check what the disk names are17:06
TJ-oh tab complete!!! Sorry Jackneill17:06
TJ-jameson777: and the error is that an entry in /etc/fstab refers to "/dev/sda" but if I recall correctly, VMware doesn't name its disk devices that way. If I am correct, and you can do in the VM chroot "ls /sys/block/" check what the disk names are17:07
jameson777TJ-: Names are right in /sys/block17:08
TJ-jameson777: OK, then you'd better pastebin /etc/fstab fofr us17:08
jameson777# <file system> <mount point>   <type>  <options>       <dump>  <pass>17:08
jameson777/dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-root /               ext4    errors=remount-ro 0       117:08
jameson777# /boot was on /dev/sda2 during installation17:08
jameson777UUID=8ef2378b-3299-4a73-83a4-7aa9df35e8f1 /boot           ext4    defaults        0       217:08
jameson777# /boot/efi was on /dev/sda1 during installation17:08
jameson777UUID=74F9-DF3F  /boot/efi       vfat    umask=0077      0       117:08
jameson777/dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-swap_1 none            swap    sw              0       017:08
tomreyn!paste | jameson77717:09
ubottujameson777: 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.17:09
TJ-jameson777: is the LVM VG active? Does "ls /dev/mapper" show ubuntu--vg-root ?17:10
jameson777Ok, I'm back, no more multilines17:10
jameson777Yes I can see mapped volumes in chroot17:10
TJ-jameson777: and that also appears inside the chroot ?17:12
TJ-jameson777: the errors in your original pastebin and this diagnosis don't seem to match up right now - mention of /dev/sda for example, I'm not sure where that is coming from17:13
jameson777control  ubuntu  ubuntu--vg-root  ubuntu--vg-swap_117:13
gambl0r3how do i make chromium to be the default web browsr?17:15
qwebirc43287hi. i have tried to install a lot of linux distros and flavors. ubuntu xubuntux lununtu kubuntu, manjaro,mint.....all of them(on any version from 16.04 to 18.10) but lubuntu 16.04 take about 1 min to boot and about 30sec to go from login screen to desktop if it is dual boot or not. also, if i just upgrade from lubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 , same happens.  haw can i fix it?17:16
TJ-jameson777: right now I'm stumped. I'm guessing this is related to copying the original disk image into a VM - but I may be wrong :p17:16
activisthi. i could use my TV screen with HDMI without any problem but today i updated my OS and after this update i can not use only TV screen. I was doing Windows+P and i could use only TV screen but now i can't. When i try to do same thing it is doing extended screen. I couldn't figure out :|17:17
activistHow can i use just TV screen? Thanks.17:17
jameson777TJ-: Anyway, could you please tell me, how to regenerate /etc/crypttab, what name to use, and what uuid from blkid?17:18
TJ-jameson777: the "cryptsetup: WARNING: could not determine root device from /etc/fstab" and previous message really feel like the chroot /dev isn't quite right, but I cannot think how17:19
tomreynqwebirc43287: so you're basically saying: all the linux distros and versions you tried take a long time to boot, right? what's your hardware?17:20
Jackneilltomreyn, install-info <- error encountered while processing that17:20
TJ-jameson777: none of the crypttab should need altering, as long as the block device with UUID=b183120b-9b99-4848-8f4c-60b263b6fe0c exists17:20
tomreynJackneill: i don't understand what you're telling me.17:20
jameson777TJ-: Warning is "cryptsetup: WARNING: invalid line in /etc/crypttab for ubuntu -"17:20
jameson777/dev/sdb: UUID="b183120b-9b99-4848-8f4c-60b263b6fe0c" TYPE="crypto_LUKS"17:21
Jackneilltomreyn, do-release-upgrade finished. but that an error17:21
Guest3712activist: usually settings->display, and there to choose mirroring displays, make the tv primary display and switch the other off17:21
Jackneillthat errors were encountered while processing the install-info package17:21
qwebirc43287all but lubuntu 16.04...hardware is preety old, toshiba sattelite A300, 2GB ram, intel HD-something graphics...17:21
jameson777sdb_crypt UUID=b183120b-9b99-4848-8f4c-60b263b6fe0c none luks,discard17:21
plongshotIf I move my pulic key into a newly created subdirectory will I lose access to that server the next time I try to connect?17:22
TJ-jameson777: right, nothing looks wrong there. The issue seems to be due to the fstab, and cryptsetup not being able to discover the root file-system, which is an LVM LV.17:22
tomreynJackneill: which error? please provide context, use a pastebin, pipe output into "nc termbin.com 9999" and post the url here or take a screenshot and post it to an image hosting site such as imgur.com and post the url here.17:23
Jackneilltomreyn, i wish there were more context17:23
Jackneillas well17:23
TJ-jameson777: the way cryptsetup works is, it looks at crypttab and fstab and tries to figure out if the root file-system has LUKS underneath it somewhere, and if so tries to find an entry for that LUKS layer in crypttab. It looks as if the initial search of fstab is failing17:23
Jackneilltomreyn, anyway updated to 19.04, noticed that grub menu now considerable higher resolutiuon. still the same purple screen after selecting 'ubuntu'.17:24
tomreynJackneill: this may be bug 182300417:25
ubottubug 1823004 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "Upgrade to 19.04 - cannot install 'install-info' (triggers looping)" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/182300417:25
Jackneill19.04 recovery does not work17:26
tomreynJackneill: doe snot work how?17:26
Jackneilltomreyn, as in purple screen with 2 lines of text: loading linux <kernel ver>, loading initial ramdisk ..., and hangs.17:26
TJ-Jackneill: tomreyn sounds like a nomodeset issue - kernel isn't taking over the framebuffer17:27
tomreynJackneill: can you access grub menu?17:28
jameson777Okay, well it's a mess, how to get encrypted installation to normal one, i think, that simple copy is not a solution?17:28
Jackneill<driver>.modeset=0 to kernal args?:)17:28
Jackneilltomreyn, yes i am in tghere now17:28
tomreynJackneill: do you have a "failsafe graphics" option there or in advanced?17:29
Jackneilltomreyn, no. i only have ubuntu. in advanced 2 kernel options (with their recovery counterparts)17:29
tomreynTJ-: yes thanks17:29
tomreynJackneill: and the recovery option there gives you just those two purple lines?17:29
Jackneilltomreyn, yes.17:30
tomreynJackneill: and a default boot gives you the same?17:30
Jackneilltomreyn, yes except there are no 2 lines then.17:30
tomreynJackneill: on the grub main menu, press 'e' to edit the default boot entry.17:31
Jackneilltomreyn, im in there now17:31
tomreynthen look at the line starting "linux"17:31
tomreynwhat are the last 3 words on this line?17:31
Jackneilltomreyn, quiet splash $vt_handoff17:32
qwebirc43287tomreyn   all versions but lubuntu 16.04...hardware is preety old, toshiba sattelite A300, 2GB ram, intel HD-something graphics...17:32
tomreynJackneill: and before that you have?17:32
Guest3712hint, long lines can be broken into several with \17:33
Jackneilllinux /vmlinuz-..../ubntu--vg-root ro ...17:33
Jackneillog i mean root=...-root ro ...17:33
tomreynJackneill: try removing "quiet" and "splash" and add "nomodeset"17:35
bionicrunnin armbian on tinkerboard s17:35
tomreynbionic: we only support ubuntu here, and this isn't ubuntu.17:35
bionicarmbian ubuntu 18.0417:36
isomarigreetings, I just completely removed connman "sudo spt purge connman" and activated NetworkManager with a differnet ip address,  but after a reboot my system is still configured with the ip from the  connman configuration. How can I remove all traces of connman and it's configuration files?17:36
tomreynbionic: it may say "ubuntu" but it is modified, so we don't support it here. try ##linux17:36
Jackneilltomreyn, successfuly booted up to gdm, with high resolution17:36
tomreynJackneill: phew, i wasn't sure that would work.17:37
Jackneilltomreyn, how can i permamently add this to grub? /boot/grub/grub.conf? also wont a grub update regenerate/overwrite it?17:37
bionic@tomreyn might there be an official image for Asus tinkerboard17:38
tewardbionic: armbian isn't Ubuntu, and there is not an official image for Tinkerboard17:38
tomreynJackneill: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT in /etc/default/grub and run "sudo update-grub". but this should not be needed and you may want to only add it if this issue remains after you installed all pending updates.17:39
Jackneilltomreyn, then again in console? or can i use terminal now?17:39
tomreynJackneill: terminal should be fine for now17:39
Jackneilltomreyn, thanks for your help.17:40
tomreynJackneill: let's do this again:  nc termbin.com 9999 < <(lsb_release -ds;cat /proc/{version,cmdline};echo "$XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ($XDG_SESSION_TYPE)";)17:40
tomreynJackneill: then this:  sudo /bin/true && cat &>/tmp/aptlog < <(sudo apt-get -qqy update 2>&1; apt-cache policy 2>&1; sudo apt-get -syV full-upgrade 2>&1;); nc termbin.com 9999 </tmp/aptlog; rm /tmp/aptlog17:40
Jackneilltomreyn, after pending updates or beforE?17:40
tomreynJackneill: up to you17:40
tomreynafter is fine17:41
Jackneillhow can i upgrade kept back pkgs?17:42
tomreynJackneill: which commands were you running?17:42
gambl0r3how do i delete a path in $PATH?17:43
jcottonwhich shell?17:43
Jackneilltomreyn, sudo apt update, then upgrade.17:43
tomreynJackneill: use "sudo apt -f iunstall && sudo apt full-upgrade" instead17:44
tomreynJackneill: use "sudo apt -f install && sudo apt full-upgrade" instead17:44
tomreyn^ typo fixed17:44
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Jackneilltomreyn, https://termbin.com/uysmw17:46
tomreynJackneill: looks good, how about the other one?17:47
nightshiftmy ubuntu machine is an intel processor affected by MDS vulnerability. I just ran an update on it, but either the patch isn't available, or I don't already have the right package installed, I'm leaning towards not having the right package. What package do I need to verify install of to get that patch?17:49
Jackneilltomreyn, https://termbin.com/o2qw17:50
Jackneillrun an autoremove then restart and see?17:50
tomreynJackneill: yes. i suggest you also run "ubuntu-support-status" and share the output before rebooting, but you can also do that afterwards17:51
Bashing-omnightshift: If it is new Intel hardware. the vulnerability is already patched. see: https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Microarch-Data-Sampling ; https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=MDS-Kernel-Fixes .17:51
nightshiftBashing-om, It's older than the 8th generation17:52
Jackneilltomreyn, https://termbin.com/a2zb17:52
nightshift(actually, this one might be old enough to predate the problem)17:53
Bashing-omnightshift: Then you should have seen a intel-microcode and new kernels :)17:53
tomreynJackneill: you should investigate these, and remove any you don't strictly need, or setup apt repositories which provide an update path for them: "You have 33 packages (1.6%) that can not/no-longer be downloaded"17:54
tomreynJackneill: --show-unsupported lists the packages.17:54
nightshiftI may NOT have intel-microcode installed (didn't get new kernels on this update either, but I think I got them last week)17:54
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tomreynJackneill: if you'd like to clean up more, there is https://github.com/tomreyn/scripts#foreign_packages17:55
Jackneilltomreyn, at least now i got the recorvery menu back, high res17:55
nightshiftBashing-om, is intel-microcode the full package name I need to check on?17:55
tomreynJackneill: very well. which graphics chipsets do you have there, do you know?17:55
Jackneilltomreyn, intel i5 8th gen. ahould be enough?17:56
tomreynJackneill: so only intels integrated graphics?17:57
tomreynJackneill: in other words: you don't have a dedicated graphics card?17:57
Jackneilltomreyn, thats right.17:57
tomreyn(or chip, soldered on, but outside the cpu)17:58
qwebirc28710Hi all, newbie to Linux. In Ubuntu terminal, if I am an administrator, howcome the prompt doesn't end with #? Struggling to find an answer17:58
tomreynJackneill: hmm then you shouldn't need nomodeset really17:58
tomreyn!sudo | qwebirc2871017:58
ubottuqwebirc28710: sudo is a command to run command-line programs with superuser privileges ("root") (also see !cli). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information. For graphical applications see !pkexec (for older releases: !gksu and !kdesudo). If you're unable to execute commands with sudo see: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/fixsudo17:58
Bashing-om!info intel-microcode bionic17:59
ubottuintel-microcode (source: intel-microcode): Processor microcode firmware for Intel CPUs. In component main, is extra. Version 3.20190514.0ubuntu0.18.04.2 (bionic), package size 1896 kB, installed size 2482 kB (Only available for i386; amd64; x32)17:59
tomreynJackneill: so are there still issues booting now?18:00
Jackneilltomreyn, i have a fresher cversion18:00
Jackneill19.04.1 but othwrwise the same18:00
nightshiftThank you, I verified that it is installed18:00
Jackneilltomreyn, of course18:00
EriC^^qwebirc28710: usually you're logged in as your user, so the shell ends with "$", if you're using the root shell for instance after doing "sudo -i" you'd get a "#"18:00
jcottonbut you should get in the habit of using sudo18:00
Jackneilltomreyn, tghats strange rebooted again but now its fine18:01
EriC^^qwebirc28710: it's better to just use sudo when you need to run commands as the admin though, and avoid root shells if you're new to stuff18:01
Jackneillwill reboot again to try whether its deterministically right now. a minute ago boot was bad..18:01
tomreynJackneill: maybe this system needs a full power off and power on.18:01
Bashing-omqwebirc28710: In ubuntu the "root" account is locked, To become that admin level is the function of "sudo". See: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/sudo .18:01
Jackneilltomreyn, when starting from grub it is bad. when i 'reboot'-ed from root shell (from recovery menu) it booted fine..18:02
srjisomeone with a dell xps13 developer laptop? my microsd card slot got broken after one use :(18:02
Bashing-omnightshift: ^^ what shows ' dpkg -l intel-microcode ' ?18:03
tomreynJackneill: when you select 'recovery' from grub, then "nomodeset" is automatically added, so apparently you need this for now.18:03
tomreynJackneill: a firmware upgrade may be a good idea. newer ubuntu versions initialize the graphical boot a little different, and not all18:03
Jackneillhm selecting recovery entry is bad too now18:03
qwebirc28710Thanks tomreyn, EriC^^, Bashing-om - truly appreciate your help!18:03
tomreyn... firmwares are ready for that18:03
nightshiftBashing-om, it's the right version (for exact output I'll need a couple minutes, I've already logged out of that machine)18:04
tomreynqwebirc28710: you're weclome.18:04
nightshiftBashing-om "ii  intel-microcod 3.20190514.0 amd64  Processor microcode firmware for"18:05
Jackneilltomreyn, cant event boot with nomodeset and recorvery now18:05
Bashing-omnightshift: What release version are you running, as we can also check that you have the latest kernel that is patched for that patched mico-code.18:06
nightshiftBashing-om, 18.04.218:06
tomreynJackneill: what happens when you try?18:07
qwebirc28710While I'm here, I've been struggling for weeks to connect to another ubuntu pc on a different lan (trying to help my mom in a different city!). What needs to be installed on her side in order to control her desktop18:07
Bashing-omnightshift: ' uname -r ' >> "4.15.0-50-generic18:07
Bashing-om" ??18:07
Jackneilltomreyn, same hanging18:07
nightshiftBashing-om, yes, "GNU/Linux 4.15.0-50-generic x86_64" From the motd when I ssh in18:08
qwebirc28710Struggling to find a resource that actually works18:08
Beduk_Can I ask for help dual booting Ubuntu 18.04 LTS?18:08
tomreynJackneill: power off the system, remove battery for 10 seconds if you can, then long-press power button, then reconnect battery. then power on, access grub menu, then do what we did before again, then: press 'e' on the default kernel image, remove "quiet" and "splash", add "nomodeset".18:10
Jackneilli jave found a formware update from feb 14.18:10
Jackneilltomreyn, right18:10
tomreynJackneill: if installing the firmware upgrade is possible for you currently, then do it. you may also want to consider reinstalling soon, switching to uefi booting instead of bios booting which you seem to be doing now.18:11
EriC^^qwebirc28710: ubuntu has remote desktop sharing by default18:12
EriC^^qwebirc28710: the client is called remmina18:12
EriC^^search for "desktop sharing" on her pc and set the stuff up then connect with remmina18:13
qwebirc28710I simply cannot connect to their pc. Tried remmina, when I input their ip address, i can't connect regardless of protocol (is that the right word? rdp, vnc, ssh)18:13
Jackneilltomreyn, thank you.18:14
EriC^^qwebirc28710: can you ssh?18:15
tomreynqwebirc28710: 'protocol' is correct there, yes. you will need to make sure you can actually connect all the way into the remote computer. usually there will be at least a firewall with a need for port forwarding in between18:15
EriC^^qwebirc28710: maybe their ip is a shared one, or they're behind a NAT18:15
qwebirc28710You guys are rockstars18:16
qwebirc28710Does that mean I need to set up port forwarding through the router?18:16
qwebirc28710or is there a way in Ubuntu18:16
nightshiftqwebirc28710, it's something you'll likely need to do in the router. Really depends on her network setup, as well as whether she has a static or dynamic ip18:17
tomreynqwebirc28710: you insitially said you wanted to connect to a differnet LAN, but your other description (connecting to mom, who is far away) makes me think there is this WAN called "Internet" in between.18:18
qwebirc28710Sorry I mean it is not a local network18:18
nightshiftqwebirc28710, this is really more of a networking issue, I think. SSH is sufficient to do what you need to do, but, only if you can get to the computer through the internet18:20
tomreynqwebirc28710: so it's probably more like this?18:20
tomreynqwebirc28710's computer <- LAN -> qwebirc28710's gateway / router / firewall <- internet -> mom's gateway / router / firewall <- LAN -> mom's computer18:20
Bashing-omnightshift: Looks like you are all patched :)18:21
tomreynJackneill: you'Re welcome. let me know if you need anything else.18:21
nightshiftBashing-om, thank you!!! (now if only I could get my non-ubuntu machine patched, but, it looks like it's a couple patch versions behind on the kernel, and as far as I can tell, they're not working on it)18:22
qwebirc52105hi, after restarting laptop I open VM mchine and it asks me to install ubuntu again and all deleted?? why?18:22
EriC^^qwebirc52105: it sounds like the .iso file is still selected to be booted in the vm18:23
qwebirc28710Thanks tomreyn, nightshift - appreciate your immediate assistance - rockstars!18:23
EriC^^qwebirc28710: remove the ubuntu.iso from the vm18:23
Bashing-omnightshift: Ain't 'buntu wonderful ?18:23
EriC^^the live installer iso18:23
qwebirc52105Eric^^ what do you mean? there are already 2 machines i started before in the VM with ubuntu install, I just want to open them and when I try its like installation procees again18:24
nightshiftBashing-om, yes :)18:24
tomreynqwebirc52105: how did you install ubuntu? did you download the ubuntu .iso file from ubuntu.com and set your ubuntu VM up to boot off it?18:25
qwebirc52105tomreyn yes, now it seems it connected but not sure why it seemed like installation of ubuntu again18:26
EriC^^did you install in oem mode maybe18:26
tomreynqwebirc52105: the VM will probably be configured to always boot from the .iso file until you reconfigure the VM to not boot off the .iso anymore.18:26
qwebirc52105tomreyn how to do that? after installing ubuntu in a machine i just want to start it normally after restarting computer18:28
tomreynqwebirc52105: this really depends on which virtualization software you're using there.18:28
compdocyou have to learn to use the software you have18:29
qwebirc52105tomreyn virtualbox18:29
tomreynqwebirc52105: there is the #vbox channel here for help with virtualbox (this is not an ubuntu issue really). but maybe if we can solve it quickly we can do it here.18:30
tomreynqwebirc52105: shut down the ubuntu VM. then right-click on the ubuntu VM on the virtualbox main window.18:30
tomreyn...and select "settings"18:30
tomreynclick on "storage", then unter "controller: IDE" you see a cd icon18:31
tomreynqwebirc52105: does it say "empty" there or "ubuntu..."?18:31
qwebirc52105tomreyn it says empty and above there is a file .vhd18:32
tomreynqwebirc52105: okay, so it's a different issue. i suggest you seek support in #vbox then18:32
qwebirc52105tomreyn i downloaded sublime for linux, what command i type in terminal to install it?18:36
lordcirth_qwebirc52105, what file type is it?18:36
tomreynqwebirc52105: i don't know, this software is not available via apt. maybe a !snap is available.18:37
jottrI'm on ubuntu 19.04 server. How can I make netplan apply stick after reboot? Ever time I reboot the box, I have to rerun netplan apply18:37
tomreyn!server | jottr18:37
ubottujottr: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is !Bionic (Bionic Beaver 18.04) - More info: http://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatisubuntu/serveredition - Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide - Support in #ubuntu-server18:37
lordcirth_jottr, I'm actually dealing with that bug right now too. For some reason it only affects systems I PXE boot.18:38
qwebirc52105lordcirth .tar.bz218:38
leftyfbjottr: try: sudo systemctl disable cloud-init. Then try your changes, apply and reboot18:39
teb007estdon't have a usb flash drive or a cd but I want to update my linux machine with an iso images so I can start new again how can I start this process... Thanks18:39
TJ-lordcirth_: is the netplan-generator running at all?18:39
tomreynteb007est: get a flash drive or other writable storage which can be fully deleted.18:41
qwebirc52105lordcirth i downloaded and open the file, whats the equivalent of .exe in linux to launch it?18:41
tomreynteb007est: a rooted android phone would also work.18:41
qwebirc52105sublime is to edit go code18:41
lordcirth_qwebirc52105, you can use tar to extract it ( or right click in file manager and extract). But Sublime details aren't supported here.18:42
teb007estunetbootin works but it seems I can't install it on 19.04 why is this tomreyn:18:43
daxbecause the third-party PPA you're looking at doesn't have any packages in it newer than 18.0418:44
teb007estHow can I install thous packages for 19.0418:44
qwebirc52105lordcirth is already extrated i can see files inside, but dont know which is the .exe equivalent in linux18:45
EriC^^teb007est: you could also use grub to load the .iso if you have a small partition to put it in18:46
tomreynteb007est: usb-creator-gtk should work.18:46
qwebirc52105lordcirth is already extrated i can see files inside, but dont know which is the .exe equivalent in linux18:48
qwebirc52105i downloaded sublime and i can see it in list of applications why?18:48
lauri_Sfor linux I dont tink its required to have .exe endings for executables18:51
tomreynqwebirc52105: i think you should not blindly assume that the ways you're used to for installing software from other operating systems are the way it works on Ubuntu.18:51
lauri_Sat least Ive done programming exercises where I just compile C++ code to a file, which doesnt have file ending18:51
tomreyn!apt | qwebirc5210518:51
ubottuqwebirc52105: APT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome), !Muon (KDE) or !Apper (KDE)18:51
tomreyn!snap | qwebirc5210518:51
ubottuqwebirc52105: Snaps are containerised software packages similar to flatpaks or appimage. For more info, see https://snapcraft.io18:51
tomreynqwebirc52105: it may be wise to just start with the software which comes with ubuntu initially, then, once you understand the basic concepts, start customizing it with additional software.18:52
qwebirc52105tomreyn i need sublime to edit goland code files18:53
qwebirc52105i downloaded sublime tomreyn now i dont know how to start it18:53
tomreynqwebirc52105: check with their support, it's not supported here.18:54
EriC^^qwebirc52105: as tomreyn suggested, if you can use ubuntu packaged software you'll make life easier for you now and in the long run if you decide to remove it18:55
ioriaqwebirc52105, from snap ?18:55
tomreynthis may make you happy, or destroy your computer, or something in between: https://snapcraft.io/sublime-text18:56
EriC^^!info sublime-text18:56
ubottuPackage sublime-text does not exist in bionic18:56
kostkonqwebirc52105, 'snap install sublime-text' to install it18:59
ioriaqwebirc52105, if from tar.gz, it's just a binary and you have the .desktop file to copy in your ~/.local/share/applications19:00
ioriaqwebirc52105, change the Exec line, obviuosly19:01
Xardnice; i did a partition resize operation and found out that the rsync can be also used quite easily to verify the data integrity comparing the backup and the drive with checksum and dry-run19:06
teb007estOk I just placed a ISO in my grub with grml-rescueboot I rebooted my computer grub did not come up how do I boot into grub menu???19:07
EriC^^teb007est: hold shift19:08
teb007estok thanks19:08
EriC^^after you first turn on the PC19:08
qwebirc52105kostkon it asks me to add command --classic, i write it afet sublime-tecxt?19:12
kostkonqwebirc52105, yes19:12
AlexPortableI get this error while installing a snap: main.go:154: description of sign's "k" is lowercase:19:14
AlexPortablemain.go:154: description of install's "dangerous" is lowercase19:14
AlexPortableand something about a key, and telling me to use the default key, and there are no signatures so it can't be verified (--devmode implies this)19:15
teb007estOk I do not understand I did everything right with grubrescue I placed the ISO in the file directory grub file and update the grub I seen the mini.iso image on there I pressed enter nothing happen its a linux iso file19:15
ioriateb007est, install grub-imageboot   ; mkdir /boot/images; cp the mini.iso in there; sudo update-grub19:17
EriC^^teb007est: can you repeat what you're trying to do?19:17
EriC^^teb007est: you have linux installed right now(or at least a working grub) and you want to install ubuntu?19:17
EriC^^but you dont have a usb or dvd right?19:18
teb007estno I do not19:18
EriC^^ok where are you talking from right now?19:18
EriC^^im not being smart, just preparing for another idea19:18
EriC^^do you have another pc that can have virtualbox installed in it?19:19
teb007estioria , mkdir /boot/images could you give me the full command please to send the mini.iso I just installed grub-imageboot I getting a error while sening the file to the right folder19:20
ioriateb007est, with sudo19:20
qwebirc52105kostkon it worked but i cannot find sublime in the list of icon apps to start it19:23
EriC^^teb007est: booting the grub with iso is sometimes troublesome, even if it does boot it might hang with errors etc, a far more robust way would be to use virtualbox and give it the hdd as a raw disk image file and load the iso in it, then install to the hdd as usual19:23
EriC^^teb007est: you'd have to have a PC that has virtualbox in it, and be able to put the hdd in that pc temporarily19:23
teb007estioria: Show me the full command because am not understanding how do I move it to the boot/images19:25
teb007estthe iso19:25
ioriaqwebirc52105, are you kidding ?19:25
qwebirc52105kostkon it worked but i cannot find sublime in the list of icon apps to start it19:25
qwebirc52105oh yes i can see lets try haha19:25
EriC^^teb007est: sudo mkdir /boot/images   then where is the mini.iso located? your home dir?19:26
ioriateb007est, just make adire and cp the iso in there19:26
teb007esteric^^ so what does mkdir /boot/images do19:27
EriC^^teb007est: it makes a dir called images in /boot19:27
EriC^^you have to copy the iso there as ioria said, using sudo cp /path/to/iso /boot/images/19:28
EriC^^then "sudo update-grub" so grub now has that in its menu19:28
teb007esteric^^ How to update grub after I placed the ISO Images in the boot/images19:31
ioriahe told you19:32
EriC^^teb007est: sudo update-grub19:32
qwebirc52105how to enable view hidden files in ubuntu?19:36
OerHekseasy to find ...19:36
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qwebirc52105ioria you are talking to me? crtl+h when i am in the desktop to see al hidden files?19:37
ioriaqwebirc52105, open nautilus19:37
OerHeksthere are no hidden files on the desktop19:38
ioriaqwebirc52105, then ctrl + h19:38
qwebirc52105ioria whats nautilus?19:39
ioriaqwebirc52105, nautilus id 'Files' ; it's the file manager19:40
OerHeksctrl + h is valid for all filemanagers, qwerirc19:40
ioriaqwebirc52105, any problems ?19:42
qwebirc52105ioria ok so in any folder i open inside nautilus where there are many files etc, i press crtl+h, when i open another subfolder crtl+h again?19:42
iorianope, once is ok19:42
qwebirc52105ioria, hmm what do you mean, once shows hidden files of all files and subfiles? if I do crtl+h again then it hides files?19:44
ioriaqwebirc52105, if you press two times you disable it19:45
ioriaqwebirc52105, also in the far right you have the Settings -> show hidden files19:46
qwebirc52105ioria thanks, still cannot find the file, how to search for it in the terminal?19:52
lordcirth_qwebirc52105, you could use 'locate'. What file are you looking for?19:54
qwebirc52105lordcirth .Gaiad/conf/conf.toml19:55
vfbsilvaGuys it seems I cannot configure cuda in ubuntu, ive installed using the following tutorial: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-downloads?target_os=Linux&target_arch=x86_64&target_distro=Ubuntu&target_version=1804&target_type=deblocal  but whenever  Itry to compile my project it reports: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lcuda but I did add export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/cuda-10.1/lib64${LD_LIBRARY_PATH:+:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}} to bashrc19:55
hans_how do i tell this thing that i want timezone UTC+0 ? https://i.imgur.com/gBRq7n5.png19:58
EriC^^qwebirc52105: try 'find ~ -iname gaiad'19:58
EriC^^qwebirc52105: try "  find ~ -iname '*gaiad'    "19:59
qwebirc52105Eric^^ ok I write this in the terminal?: find ~ -iname '*gaiad'20:01
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EriC^^qwebirc52105: yes20:04
qwebirc52105ok, found all gaiad files but now where to find the .Gaiad/conf/conf.toml ?20:04
OerHeksfind bla bla conf.toml20:06
qwebirc52105Eric^^ ok, found all gaiad files but now where to find the .Gaiad/conf/conf.toml ?20:07
EriC^^is the conf.toml between them?20:08
EriC^^qwebirc52105: try "  find ~ -iname '*gaiad' | grep conf  "20:09
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tomreynhans_: read the text, and do as it suggests.20:10
qwebirc52105Eric^^ hundreds of files appeared hard to search20:11
tomreynhans_: if you really read it and it's still unclear: go back, select a different country or just "UTC" (listed in the very end, i think). you can also change this after installation, of course.20:12
qwebirc52105Eric^^ can i do find ~ -iname '*gaiad' | grep conf.toml?20:12
EriC^^qwebirc52105: try "  find ~ -iname '*gaiad' | grep 'conf.toml' "20:13
qwebirc52105Eric^^ I did and it returned nothing20:15
EriC^^qwebirc52105: maybe the software version you're using has a different file now20:16
EriC^^what are you trying to do ultimately?20:16
qwebirc52105Eric^^ edit sth inside that file20:17
EriC^^qwebirc52105: maybe you need to run the program first, so it creates it in your home dir20:18
qwebirc52105Eric^^, it is run already, i think i found the file, but the format says this: "find ~ -iname '*gaiad' | grep 'conf.toml'"20:19
qwebirc52105Eric^^ sorry, it says executable20:19
qwebirc52105Eric^^ it says (application/x-executable)20:20
EriC^^qwebirc52105: try to see if you can edit it20:20
EriC^^gedit /path/to/file20:20
IceKarmaHow would one go about customizing the animation displayed during boot?20:31
IceKarmacorrection, during startup, not boot -- I know how to customize Grub20:31
tomreynIceKarma: https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/Plymouth/20:33
OerHeksIceKarma, install a theme, and follow this page http://www.ashwinraon.in/changing-boot-splash-screen-in-ubuntu-18-04/20:34
IceKarmatomreyn, aha! that looks to be exactly what I've been missing20:34
OerHeksi hardly see it, boots too fast20:34
IceKarmaOerHeks, I'm actually creating a custom theme for a client20:34
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IceKarma(as part of a larger project)20:34
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qwebirc52105Eric^^ you mean I type in terminal gedit /path/to/file, and in "path to the file" I write the path?20:38
qwebirc52105Eric^^ I dit getit and wrote the path to the file and nothing happened20:40
OerHeksqwebirc then your path is not the right one20:43
OerHeksuse your filemanager, click, edit, done20:43
SimonNLusing getit might be the problem20:45
miaHey channel20:45
miawhat's a good way to run android apps on ubuntu20:45
miaI was using NOX on windows, but I don't see any good alternatives20:46
miaso wanted to ask20:46
OerHeksmia,  android studio perhaps?20:46
miaOerHeks, oh, is it easy to use20:46
IceKarmatomreyn, oh, joy, just what I wanted, another scripting language to learn. ;320:47
OerHeksmia, no. https://snapcraft.io/android-studio20:47
IceKarmatomreyn, oh well, thanks again =^.^=20:47
tomreynIceKarma: the scripting language called "C" you mean?20:48
mianot the installation, OerHeks20:48
miaI mean, the use of it20:48
mia(I believe you made a joke there ^^ sorry I'm a it tired maybe I'm misinterpreting things )20:48
miaNot trying to build android apps20:48
OerHeksmia, studio is for development, *and* to run an app, check the manual..20:48
IceKarmatomreyn, the ubuntu-logo (default) theme has a file called ubuntu-logo.script, written in a language I don't recognize20:48
miawant to run existing apk's, or, possibly, things directly from play store20:48
OerHeksmaybe anbox installer is easier, but you should try that yourself https://snapcraft.io/anbox-installer20:50
miaOerHeks, anbox is flawed I believe, full of bugs, didn't run fluently on my system20:51
miatoo many glitches and gimmicks without proper solutions or answers to similar issues20:51
miaMaybe it works for some, for me it didn't20:52
tomreynIceKarma: https://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/Plymouth/Scripts/20:55
IceKarmatomreyn, already looking at it, yeah20:56
IceKarmathanks again =^.^=20:59
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NetCattyHi, I am looking for a good text to speech solution for ubuntu. Orca isn't really an option as the voices are strange. It doesn't matter if it is commercial or free. Is there such software avaible? I can't find any on the sotfware store21:16
tacobotI'm trying to package a python app using dh-virtualenv and when launchpad tries to build it, it looks like it can't download any packages via pip. Is this perhaps an issue with the build env not being able to access the internet?21:20
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TJ-tachikomas: yes21:32
TJ-tomreyn: builds must be able contained within the archives21:32
TJ-grrr, not tomreyn , tachikomas21:33
TJ-oh, he left, no wonder tab complete went wrong!21:33
tomreynat least we didn't highlight tomaw this time. oops!21:36
* TJ- pouts21:37
TJ-I blame Huskies walking over the keyboard21:37
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maddawg2hey guys, question for you.  I recently installed a new GPU (NVIDIA Quadro P2000) into my ubuntu machine (using it for NVENC hardware encoding) but it seems that it keeps trying to use my built in intel gpu, is there a way in the CLI to disable my intel GPU and set my NVIDIA one as the primary GPU?21:56
maddawg2(and yes I have a dummy plug connected to the nvidia gpu)21:56
JoeLlamahow can I find the version information of a ubuntu install on a computer?22:06
tomreynJoeLlama: on the terminal: lsb_release -ds22:07
maddawg2lsb_release -a22:07
maddawg2or that22:07
JoeLlamaok thanks22:07
tomreynJoeLlama: on gnome-desktop, go to settings -> details -> about22:07
maxtimTrying to connect to a vpn using strongswan. Is anyone familiar with this? I'm a little confused by the terminology and some of the examples posted on strongswan.org aren't really helping.22:18
Paddy_NIpopey, Sadly I am still banging my head against a wall with this overlap.  I keep finding forum threads and askubuntu questions with no solutions :-(22:19
Paddy_NIWhat is meant by 'Option "DRI" "3"' in xorg.conf?22:24
Paddy_NII know direct rendering infrastructure is what DRI stands for but the number is not explained22:24
anselm@Paddy_NI, DRI3 just a version number, keithp.com/blogs/DRI300022:27
Paddy_NIanselm, Oh that clears that up, thank you :-)22:28
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JoeLlamahow can I change settings: what to do when the lid is closed?23:04
leftyfbJoeLlama: gnome tweak23:09
McErrone2uswhere do i get detailed information on the differences of 1. filedescriptors vs. 2. file pointers vs. 3. file handles vs. 4. filename table vs. 5. inode table , please...23:10
leftyfbMcErrone2us: Feel free to google for linux filesystem23:11
McErrone2usleftyfb: you are not beeing any help...23:12
leftyfbMcErrone2us: your question is not an ubuntu support issue23:12
McErrone2usDamit sie nicht vom Himmel fallen, müssen sie sich an Sterne krallen....23:13
leftyfb!de | McErrone2us23:14
ubottuMcErrone2us: In den meisten Ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuche bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Einfach "/join #ubuntu-de" eingeben. Danke für Dein Verständnis!23:14
JoeLlamathanks leftyfb23:15
JoeLlamaleftyfb do you have to install gnome tweak? or is it already there and how do I find it?23:16
leftyfbJoeLlama: sudo apt install gnome-tweak-tool23:17
JoeLlamasweet :)23:18
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weaksauceis it a big deal when upgrading using do-release-upgrade to have a few errors in keyboard-configuration console-setup-linux console-setup and kbd?23:18
JoeLlamaleftyfb also, I am running two screens... right now they are the desktop... what tool do I use to extend the desktop to the other screen?23:18
weaksaucewhen you are on something like digital ocean23:18
FreeBDSMhi, how to update nvidia driver from 415 to 430?23:20
leftyfbJoeLlama: the display tool or xranr23:20
tomreynJoeLlama: think the actual package name seems to be "gnome-tweaks". "gnome-tweak-tool" is a rather empty package23:20
tomreyn...on 18.04.223:20
leftyfbFreeBDSM: which vesion of ubuntu?23:20
JoeLlamaok tomreyn and leftyfb.. where do O find display tool or xranr?23:21
JoeLlamaI am looking now23:21
leftyfbMcErroneous: please do not PM me23:21
JoeLlamaoh found display :)23:22
leftyfbFreeBDSM: I think you mean 340. Which is nvidia-34023:22
FreeBDSMleftyfb: no, I mean 43023:22
JoeLlamasweet it's fixed (:23:22
FreeBDSMleftyfb: the version probably doesn't matter, I mean, what are the steps to replace 1 videodriver with another?23:23
leftyfbFreeBDSM: open the drivers utility23:24
leftyfbFreeBDSM: or ubuntu-drivers23:24
FreeBDSMah, so just toggle it there23:24
snadgeive installed the updated microcode and kernel.. but the app still says all my stuff is vulnerable?23:32
snadgewith respect to ZombieLoad23:32
leftyfbsnadge: did you reboot into the new kernel?23:35
snadgei believe i did yes23:36
snadgeon 16.04 LTS with hwe thats 4.15.0-50-generic23:37
anselm@snadge, Try uname -a in terminal will tell you which kernel your using23:39
snadgeyeah.. thats how i know i've rebooted into the updated kernel, which is above23:40
weaksauceany idea how to recover from this? https://gist.github.com/fiveNinePlusR/f929867c22e3b60a497c5f81dc8b5e4923:40
snadgei expected to see "Not Vulnerable" when i loaded the MDS tool23:40
anselm@snadge, which site23:41
snadgeanselm: https://mdsattacks.com/23:43
Bashing-omweaksauce: A place to start: ' sudo apt install console-setup-mini ' And show in a pastbin what happens.23:46
weaksauceBashing-om updated the gist23:47
weaksaucedid a do-release-upgrade from 14.04.5 -> 16.04.223:48
Bashing-omweaksauce: "updated the (l)ist" and no errors ? Now what shows ' sudo apt update ; sudo apt full-upgrade ' ?23:49
weaksaucethe gist Bashing-om with the errors23:49
weaksaucethis is the gist https://gist.github.com/fiveNinePlusR/f929867c22e3b60a497c5f81dc8b5e4923:53
gudelany from indonesia here23:56
Bashing-omweaksauce: Any help ' sudo apt install console-setup ' ? As per what apt advises ?23:58
anselm@snadge, Just ran test on 2 of my boxes both run 18.04 one with 4.18.0-20 hwe, the other running 5.1.2 mainline both are Vulnerable23:58
snadgeanselm, I just found out that you have to disable hyperthreading.. check this out23:59
gudelindonesia here23:59
snadgecat /sys/devices/system/cpu/vulnerabilities/mds23:59
gudelcan i know name chanel of indonesia23:59
llcydoes anyone know a cli app that accepts a floating point argument? like, `gcc --longOption=2.35`23:59
snadgeyou literally have to half the number of available cpu threads to mitigate this vulnerability.. that is so bad for intel23:59

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