YoKeSehThe refresh rate is present in the games00:00
YoKeSehstable and limited to 6000:00
pragmaticenigmaYoKeSeh: Did you install the correct driver for your graphics card?00:01
OerHeksvsync is gone indeed, there are other tricks to try, options nvidia-drm modeset=100:02
OerHekstons of posts like this https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=237440500:03
YoKeSehpragmaticenigma: recomended for system v39000:04
YoKeSehOerHeks:  i go to try it00:04
mducharmehello.. having a problem01:03
mducharmenetworking changes are not taking any effect even after rebooting01:03
mducharmeI get the errors "/sbin/ifup: waiting for lock on /run/network/ifstate.ens160;" "RTNETLINK answers: File exists"01:04
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int3lhello ppl, does anyone use kmodsign and if so, can you confirm if it works?01:16
int3lbecause I wanted to sign the vmware modules vmmon/vmnet and it doesn't work01:17
pragmaticenigmaint3l: You'll need to find a different channel for vmware support. The focus here is on Ubuntu and it's distributed software applications01:18
int3lI guess I should report it as a bug in lpad, since the perl script sign-file01:19
int3lpragmaticenigma, the sign function doesn't work01:19
int3lit doesnt have anything to do with the 3rd party module itself01:19
int3lthis is simple signing01:20
pragmaticenigmaint3l: You might want to try #ubuntu-kernel ... they're more focused on kernel topics and may prove to be a better resource01:22
OerHekskernel-headers etc installed?01:23
ArchDebian10 Open Source Stickers for only $1  https://www.stickermule.com/unixstickers  (this is NOT an advertise, this a hint)01:27
lotuspsychjenot here ArchDebian please01:27
xamithanCan you quit spamming every channel on freenode Arch01:27
leftyfbArchDebian: This is a support channel01:27
ArchDebianlotuspsychje: leftyfb  OK, sorry01:27
OerHekstry #freenode stickers01:28
int3lOerHeks, yes I double checked that the headers are installed01:47
int3lpragmaticenigma, thanks, I will ask there01:47
YoKeSehHello, I have disabled pulseaudio as it says here:03:27
YoKeSehIt is supposed that now I should have sound working with ALSA but it is not like that. How do I activate ALSA? Thank you03:27
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LinuxNoob115vI need some help04:53
LinuxNoob115vI'm trying to get a preseed working similar to my configurations in centos for partitioning04:55
LinuxNoob115vbut I can't find any information on how to do it without using lvm and or RAID04:55
NorthwestVeganhmm not sure04:57
sandwitchYour using preseed on centos no kickstart?05:01
LinuxNoob115vUsing PXE server to preseed05:02
sandwitchpreseed is an debian/ubuntu tool redhat/centos uses kickstart imho05:03
LinuxNoob115vTrying to atuomate Ubuntu Install05:03
sandwitchso no centos05:03
LinuxNoob115vYes no centos, was just saying I have a kickstart on the PXE that is similar sorry for the confusion05:03
sandwitchokay np05:03
sandwitchand what kin of partitioning do you need?05:05
LinuxNoob115vBasically I want /boot 500mb on /dev/sda  ,  swap recommended size  and / as rest05:05
LinuxNoob115vext4 or xfs05:05
SwedeMikeI tend to use ext4 for /boot and also /, but use xfs for larger data volumes05:06
SwedeMikeso /home is typically xfs05:06
SwedeMikemajor downside to xfs is that it can't be shrunk05:06
sandwitchI think all you need is  "d-i     partman-auto/disk string /dev/sda"05:10
sandwitchor wherever your disk is05:10
LinuxNoob115vWell how would I specify the rest?05:11
sandwitchI think you dont05:11
sandwitchthe installer runsript on the auto script on disk '/dev/sda'05:12
LinuxNoob115vthat kind of sucks05:12
sandwitchThat is a strange sentence sorry05:12
LinuxNoob115vWhat if you want a specific setting05:13
sandwitchThen you need to define that05:17
sandwitchThat is all in the manual05:17
LinuxNoob115vWhich manual are you looking at?05:17
sandwitchHere are some examples 'https://www.debian.org/releases/stretch/example-preseed.txt'05:20
sandwitchthis might be helpfull also 'https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/installation-guide/amd64/apb.html'05:21
LinuxNoob115vI looked at those both before asking :\05:23
sandwitchAll the answers are there05:24
LinuxNoob115vI'll try to re-read it but the examples are for LVM and RAID from what  I saw05:24
sandwitchsearch for theis in the latter file 'If not, you can put an entire recipe into the preconfiguration'05:26
sandwitchans read it carefully, you can test on a lvm image05:27
mnathaniHow would I go about making a deb package for an application like imapsync?06:02
mnathaniIt is annoying having to install all its dependencies manually and compile from source each time I want to use it on a new machine06:02
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_KaszpiR_LinuxNoob115v from my experience it's better to have 1GB for boot07:10
_KaszpiR_LinuxNoob115v you could try something like https://www.tylerlesmann.com/read/fun-preseed07:19
_KaszpiR_or just use early_command to point to the bash script to execute and add partitioing commands there07:20
samba35how to convert .app folder to usb bootable pen drive in ubuntu any idea ?07:22
bryanroderyckhello ubuntu im having problem with XORG or video hw it freezes the screen and restart on grub08:54
lotuspsychjebryanroderyck: ubuntu version? graphics card chipset & driver version please?08:55
bryanroderyckits 18.04 bionic beaver ... how to get the info or my graphc card and driver please08:56
lotuspsychjebryanroderyck: sudo lshw -C video && uname -a && ubuntu-drivers list08:57
lotuspsychjein a pastebin please bryanroderyck tnx08:57
lotuspsychjeyour system is not up to date bryanroderyck09:02
lotuspsychje!uptodate | bryanroderyck please try09:03
ubottubryanroderyck please try: 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`.09:03
nikolamI see snap for Ubuntu Skype is not updated yet, even it advertise update is available. (Also have Desktop Skype installed). Should I just wait for updated Skype snap to land for Ubuntu?09:27
nikolamI am on 18.10 , I can't move to 19.04 because I have audio cracking every few minutes (initializing i suppose) Bug in 18.04 that makes 19.04 unusable for audio on my Intel ICH7 motherboard09:29
nikolamBug in 19.04, sorry09:29
lotuspsychjenikolam: snap issues are reported to the snap maintainer09:29
nikolamlotuspsychje, snaps for Ubuntu are maintained by Ubuntu or not?09:30
lotuspsychjenikolam: you can check that with: snap info snapname09:30
lotuspsychjenikolam: the contact: section09:31
nikolamit says, contact:   https://www.skype.com/ .09:31
nikolamSo it goes for all the snaps. They are compiled and created by external people09:32
rorythose snaps are provided by Microsoft themselves09:32
lotuspsychjenikolam: some snaps are maintained by canonical09:33
nikolamHow to differentiate before install?09:33
roryeven if the snap was maintained by Canonical, the update process for snaps is not tied to the normal packages09:33
roryso you would still have to wait09:33
lotuspsychjenikolam: you are the admin of your system, you decide what you install and what not right09:34
roryso yes, you can wait for the snap to update. Or you can install Skype from the official repository (Scroll down on this page) https://www.linuxbabe.com/ubuntu/install-skype-ubuntu-18-04-lts-desktop09:34
roryi'm npot sure if the version in that repo has even been updated to the latest upstream Skype version.09:35
nikolamI have seen on their snap page that there is newer version but I think it is not considered stable, that is why it tells there is newer.09:36
nikolamThere's some drop-down menu to show it on their site.09:36
rorydid you actually try to run snap refresh skype09:36
roryand see if it installs an update?09:36
lotuspsychjesnaps already auto refresh09:36
roryoh sorry09:36
lotuspsychjeyou can see that in syslog from time to time09:37
nikolamwhat do you mean autorefresh? they update themselves , by themselves?09:37
lotuspsychjethats why your snap icons update themselfs at random times09:37
rorythat sounds potentially bad but tbh i've never used snaps09:38
nikolamSounds like hard to maintain such systems.09:38
roryi definitely wouldn't a long-running service being upgraded at an unpredictable time09:38
lotuspsychjelets move this to #ubuntu-discuss please09:38
rorybut anyway. maybe there's an option in snap to upgrade to a non-stable version of skype?09:38
nikolamrory, yes, one can click on their on-site drop-down menu to get newer one, but is not stable. As said.  #ubuntu-discuss09:39
nikolamOther then that, I can confirm my ICH7 audio cracks with reinitializing all the time when on 19.04 , that is why I am still on 18.1009:40
easyOnMehello everyone09:49
easyOnMecan some help me with this problem:https://pastebin.com/3zU2hQtD09:49
bryanroderycksorry lotuspschje im updating but i my laptop was overheating and switching off09:53
blackfloweasyOnMe: please pastebin  journalctl -eu apache2.service10:00
easyOnMeblackflow: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/Z6c89FpHzX/10:09
thsnreasyOnMe: you already have some other program listening on port 8010:10
easyOnMethsnr: how do I know that program and how do I disable it10:12
thsnreasyOnMe: sudo lsof -i :8010:15
easyOnMethsnr: ok I got it already10:16
BluesKaj'Morning folks10:24
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nonix4how do I convince whoopsie that I'm online, besides the usual first step of uninstalling NetworkManager? whoopsie[1555]: [13:45:44] Not online; processing later (/var/crash/_usr_bin_gnome-control-center.1000.crash).10:50
BluesKajnonix4, you can try disabling network-manager if you don't use it10:53
nonix4BluesKaj: yes, mostly using netplan with "renderer: networkd" on Ubuntu these days, but just wondering how to actually report all those bugs that keep me away from NetworkManager when they tend to be hiding behind the "Not online" mentioned above?10:56
BluesKajnonix4, I don't use either NM or netplan (renderer is commented) , using ifupdown and the dhcp settings in the interfaces file with no notificarions10:59
bryanroderyckhi im still having te problem laptop switching off on start up and then start on grub ..also system errror when desktop start10:59
bryanroderyckalready done update10:59
nonix4BluesKaj: Yup, ifupdown is mature unlike those the more recent alternatives. Just wondering how things like whoopsie and "Software Updater" end up thinking networking is offline when it isn't.11:05
BluesKajnonix4, maybe it looks at the interfaces file, do you have it set up?11:07
bryanroderyckdid someone get my question?11:07
nonix4BluesKaj: if so, then that'd be a reportable bug :) That one contains only localhost on anything utilizing netplan I guess.11:12
BluesKajnonix4, check pm11:14
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* BluesKaj shrugs, i guess netplan it is then11:31
GH0stawhich is the best VPN service?12:51
BluesKaj!polls | GH0sta13:00
BluesKajGH0sta, no polling here, if you have an ubuntu question then ask it13:01
OerHeks!info openvpn13:17
ubottuopenvpn (source: openvpn): virtual private network daemon. In component main, is optional. Version 2.4.4-2ubuntu1.1 (bionic), package size 488 kB, installed size 1272 kB13:17
ChunkzZwhat does Tertiary DNS mean?13:19
BluesKajChunkzZ, your 3rd DNS choice13:20
ChunkzZI only have one dns set but my ISP is setting another BluesKaj can I change it through NM?13:20
ChunkzZI only want one DNS active.13:21
BluesKajISP DNS setting is probly in your router13:21
ChunkzZyeah it's not. :/13:21
OerHekssame as in Debian, ChunkzZ13:22
ChunkzZoh well, as long as I can use I'm good. just wanted to know what teraity meant. lol13:22
ChunkzZthank you BluesKaj and OerHeks :)13:22
BluesKajChunkzZ, the idea is to ahve backup DNSA choices in case the first one fails13:24
BluesKajerr DNS13:24
bryanroderyckwhy in ubuntu 18.04 there no toolbar for "file etc"?13:26
OerHeksbryanroderyck, there is, if your mouse is focussed on filemanager, there is a menu on the top panel13:27
OerHeksand a menu next to min/max/close13:27
bryanroderyckbut its different from ubuntu 1613:28
bryanroderyckwhen i use firefox there is no bar at the top13:28
OerHeksthat is the beauty of gnome313:28
bryanroderyckcan i change the gnome setting please...13:29
OerHeksfirefox has its own menu, at the same place13:29
bryanroderyckhow to remove these setting13:29
OerHeksi guess you can not.13:30
bryanroderyckahhhhhhhhhh i hit my head on the wall13:30
bryanroderyckthere no setting in ubuntu 18.04 for gnome ?13:31
bryanroderyckcan i revert to ubuntu 16.04?13:32
OerHeksrevert would be reinstall13:33
BluesKajbryanroderyck, rightclick at the top in nautilus choose toolbar settings13:33
bryanroderyckthere no toolbar option!13:35
BluesKajdumb gnome....13:36
bryanroderyckthere must be a solution13:36
OerHeksthe toolbar /menu is there, on the to panel, get used to it, or install something else, kde, mate, xubuntu..13:37
ubottuRecognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. For a list, see https://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu-flavours13:37
bongfroghum seem to be having a mate boot issue this AM   Begin: Waiting fro root file system ... Begin: Running /scripts/local-block ... done.   done.    thedn    Gave up waiting for root file system device ...       ALERT!   /dev/mapper/ubuntu--mate--vg-root  does not exist14:51
bongfroganyone have any ideas?    I am able to mount when booting to a live instance and the drive looks fine...14:51
bongfrogseems liek the LVM lv is not able to be read by the kernel?14:51
L0g4nAd4msIs there a way to install a specific version of snap, that means an older version from stable not a version from a different channel?15:01
OerHeksL0g4nAd4ms, check the snapcraft page for available versions15:02
OerHeksnobody can tell without the snap name15:02
L0g4nAd4msi need a specific version of chromium, 6515:03
OerHeksoh, those old versions are deleted long time ago15:04
OerHeksmaybe you can find the source on launchpad, but building that, you are on your own https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/chromium-browser/65.0.3325.181-0ubuntu115:05
bryanroderyckhi im having a message saying "system program problem detected" from icon update-notifier ...also i have this startup problem that start on grub..can someone help me please15:21
tomreynhi bryanroderyck. which ubuntu version is this?15:36
bryanroderyckhi there im running 18.04 with lot of problem15:37
bryanroderyckits has problem when it start with the graphic card i presume15:37
tomreyn"system program problem detected" is a mechanism which enables you to reposrt critical issues with your ubuntu installation so they can be examined and (hopefully) fixed.15:38
tomreynare you able to reach the graphical desktop at this time?15:38
bryanroderyckyes i am on ubuntu graphic now15:39
tomreynbryanroderyck: okay, let's go over things one by one. first, you said "i have this startup problem that start on grub". what is the grub issue exactly?15:40
tomreynbryanroderyck: are you busy right now, would you prefer working on this later?15:41
bryanroderyckit doesnt start automatically it does some eerorr\15:41
bryanroderycksorry im here no worry15:42
tomreynreboot, and note down the error message, or take a screen shot with your mobile phone and upload it.15:42
bryanroderyckthe screen freezes there no error message when freeze15:42
tomreynbryanroderyck: but you were still able to boot fine?15:43
tomreynor do you have to reboot when this happens, and properly booting to the graphical desktop only works sometimes?15:44
bryanroderyckyes it take ages to start now and when i am on ubuntu i have error message15:44
tomreyn"i have error message" unfortunately does not help in diagnosing issues. we'll need to see the very error message, or have you describe the error conditions precisely.15:44
bryanroderyckit nly says error doesnt describe it15:45
tomreynbryanroderyck: ok, what we can try instead now is to generally look into your system's health. would you like to do so?15:46
bryanroderyckyes please sir15:46
tomreynbryanroderyck: no need to call me "sir". ;-)  please run this and report the output:   nc termbin.com 9999 < <(lsb_release -ds;cat /proc/{version,cmdline};echo "$XDG_CURRENT_DESKTOP ($XDG_SESSION_TYPE)";)15:47
tomreynbryanroderyck: 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/aptlog15:47
tomreynbryanroderyck: and finally this:  journalctl -b -p4 | nc termbin.com 999915:48
tomreynbryanroderyck: thanks, this one looks fine, now let's see the other two.15:50
bryanroderyckits graphic card that do this error on the start15:52
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tomreynbryanroderyck: what does rhis report?   dpkg --print-architecture; dpkg --print-foreign-architectures15:54
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tomreynbryanroderyck: you run an i386 (32-bit) user space although your cpu is apparently x86_64 (64-bit) compatible. is this intentional?15:56
bryanroderyckyes its 32bit15:56
tomreynbryanroderyck: why?15:56
bryanroderyckcause on 64 bit it overheat and doesnt run15:57
bryanroderycki dont knnow why15:57
tomreynif it overheats, you may need to install software to manage the temperature, but i'd normally recommend 64-bit on 64-bit capabler hardware.15:58
bryanroderyckit doesnt work at all15:58
bryanroderycki have tried ubuntu 64 bit it doesnt work15:59
blackflowthere's no reason 64-bit mode would overheat like that and 32-bit wouldn't, unless the cpu die is faulty.15:59
blackflow(which would also explain the other issues)15:59
bryanroderyckwhat is the cpu die?16:00
tomreynbryanroderyck: this is too imprecise for me to comment on, i'm afraid. can you post the output of this as well?    journalctl -b | nc termbin.com 999916:00
tomreynthis is a Dell Inc. Inspiron N5010/0WXY9J, BIOS A15 07/19/2011 - have you checked for firmware updates?16:01
bryanroderyckno is there something for it16:02
tomreynyou should try tro find out, since the system log suggestes so16:04
bryanroderycki google it nothing yet16:04
bryanroderyckhow to udate this firmware16:05
tomreynlooks like you have the latest16:06
OerHeksInspiron N5010 + bios gives https://www.dell.com/support/home/nl/nl/nlbsdt1/drivers/driversdetails?driverid=r30929216:06
OerHeksand the howto16:06
tomreynthough this puzzles me:  Release date: 24 Jul 2011, Last Updated: 05 Mar 201416:06
Chaekyungtomreyn: sometimes that's an update to the page it's on16:07
tomreynyes, probably (hopefully)16:08
tomreynbryanroderyck: have you tried the !HWE kernel?16:09
tomreyn!hwe | bryanroderyck16:09
ubottubryanroderyck: The Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack16:09
tomreyngive it a try, maybe it'll work better16:09
bryanroderyckim new to these term16:09
tomreynthat's why there's a link to the wiki there, explaining it16:10
OerHeksHWE is for 64 bit only?16:10
tomreynis it? oh16:10
OerHeks.. not sure. .16:10
bryanroderyck16.04 is 32 bit16:10
bryanroderyckcan i revert to 16.04 without installing16:11
tomreynyou run ubuntu 18.04.2 i38616:11
bryanroderyckyes im running 18.04 in 32 bit16:12
tomreynwell see if you can install hwe kernel + x, and whether it helps.16:12
bryanroderyckits not dangerous?16:13
tomreynno, you can always switch back to the current kernel (which will remain installed) on the advanced grub menu16:13
tomreynyou now run a 4.15 kernel, HWE would get you a 4.18 kernel.16:14
bryanroderyckok then ...thanks very much ..see ya16:15
tomreyn18.04 is the last ubuntu LTS release to support 32-bit, so you should really consider trying to make amd64 work, though.16:16
michael-kohlhaas32bit is definitly eol16:18
leftyfbmichael-kohlhaas: 32bit is not EOL16:21
truexfan81i'm on ubuntu 19.04 nvidia-settings running as root is for some reason unable to write to the x config file, how do i fix this?16:21
leftyfbtomreyn: there is still 32bit support for every release of Ubuntu. There just isn't full desktop and server iso's for them16:21
michael-kohlhaasit is! it's deprecated and nearly all major distros will phase out the ix86 support16:22
truexfan81"Unable to open x config file '/etc/x11/xorg.conf' for writing."16:22
tomreynleftyfb: did you spot this "WARNING!" though? https://termbin.com/o06816:23
leftyfbmichael-kohlhaas: again, every release of ubuntu, including the latest, has support for 32bit16:23
truexfan81i launched nvidia-settings from terminal using sudo nvidia-settings, so it should be able to open the file and write to it16:23
leftyfbtomreyn: sure, that's probably been there for a long time, and rightly so. Why run a 32bit OS on hardware that supports 64bit?16:24
tomreynleftyfb: that's exactly what i said. i also did not say anything other than what you stated about 32-bit support16:24
michael-kohlhaasleftyfb: it's the support of a dead one.16:24
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kk4ewtmichael-kohlhaas; show me the phase out the ix86 support16:27
kk4ewtx86_32 yes but x86 includes x86_6416:29
michael-kohlhaasyou can add a 3 or 4 or 5 or 6 in it16:29
michael-kohlhaasfor the x16:29
michael-kohlhaasredhat already dropped it, suse already dropped it. (you shouldn't use it anymore)16:34
michael-kohlhaasleftyfb: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/releases/disco/release/  <- no i38616:35
bryanroderyckdont use 18.04 32 bit?16:35
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michael-kohlhaasbryanroderyck: if you have a 64bit processor - you should use a 64bit system.16:40
bryanroderyckyes i would like to..hope this HWE works ..16:42
bryanroderyckso i just need to restart to see if doesnt crash the screen?16:43
michael-kohlhaasdo you really need the hwe-kernel?16:44
tomreynbryanroderyck: your system also seem to be affected by this issue: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udev/+bug/1767968 - see those   "systemd-udevd: Process 'hid2hci --method=dell --devpath=/devices/pci0000:00/0000:00:1d.0/usb2/2-1/2-1.6/2-1.6.2/2-1.6.2:1.0' failed with exit code 1."  messages in your log: https://termbin.com/o06816:44
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1767968 in udev (Ubuntu) "systemd-udev cause high cpu load after upgrade to bionic" [Undecided,Confirmed]16:44
bryanroderyckthe HWE is over ...can i restart now?16:48
michael-kohlhaasbryanroderyck: dare you16:49
bryanroderyckok i go for ti now16:50
b1ack0pis there free vpn for ubuntu?16:55
michael-kohlhaasopenvpn is in universe (afairr)16:55
Netwolfb1ack0p: https://github.com/hwdsl2/setup-ipsec-vpn16:56
Netwolfbest option imo16:56
tomreynb1ack0p: do you mean free vpn software, or a free "anonymizing" vpn service?16:56
b1ack0ptomreyn: vpn service16:57
b1ack0pfree secure to use browsing16:57
b1ack0pand not logging16:57
tomreynb1ack0p: ubuntu does not provide such services.16:57
Netwolftomreyn: yes it does16:57
b1ack0pany 3rd party?16:57
Netwolfb1ack0p: https://github.com/hwdsl2/setup-ipsec-vpn16:57
b1ack0pNetwolf: yea is it good and safe?16:57
tomreyn!ot | Netwolf, b1ack0p16:58
ubottuNetwolf, b1ack0p: #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!16:58
Netwolftomreyn: ubuntu is distro.Ques about running a vpn are absolutely relavent16:59
Netwolfperhaps you should read these16:59
tomreynNetwolf: b1ack0p is not inquiring about running a vpn server. the github page you pointed to provides software for setting up a vpn server.16:59
b1ack0ptomreyn: i guess my CapsLock request is ignored :/16:59
Netwolf09:55 <b1ack0p> is there free vpn for ubuntu?17:00
Netwolfthat was the quest i replied to17:00
Netwolfclearly he is not technically competant perhaps to discuss openvpn vs ipsec/l2tp but i thought it was an okay reply :)17:01
tomreynNetwolf: okay. but as b1ack0p explained later, they are looking for a service, provided by ubuntu, for ip address anonimyzation. ubuntu does not provide such services.17:01
Netwolfoh i apologize then17:02
bryanroderycktomreyn : it switch off several time with message cpu treshold17:02
b1ack0pyes i need service to hide my real ip17:02
Netwolfi saw the question and thought it pertained to him wanting a vpn serer17:02
tomreynb1ack0p: not here17:02
tomreyn!alis | b1ack0p17:03
ubottub1ack0p: 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"17:03
Netwolfi dont understand why you cant run a vpn server to provide ip anonymzation17:03
truexfan81does 19.04 have a package for MonoDevelop? i can't find it17:04
tomreynbryanroderyck: see the bug report i pointed you to17:05
tomreynit discusses possible couinter measures17:05
tomreyn(those may or may not work for you without further modifications)17:05
tomreyntruexfan81: i think monodevelop packages were removed off ubuntu a while ago.17:06
tomreynxenial (16.04) still has one, but i think it's broken.17:07
bryanroderycki cant find it which one is it?17:07
truexfan81can't build the hexchat theme manager without it, so that sux17:07
tomreynbryanroderyck: are you talking to me? if so, which what is what?17:08
tomreyntruexfan81: building mono software should still be possible, monodevelop is just an IDE, isn't it?17:09
tomreynalso, you could try finding a !PPA or third party (maybe the developers provide one?) !APT repository or !snap17:10
bryanroderycktomreyn ;im reading the launchpad but i not a developper..im newbie17:11
bryanroderyckcan you help me with this firmware problem?17:12
tomreynbryanroderyck: which one? there's no newer "bios" available for your computer.17:13
bryanroderyckok what can be done to prevent it overheating if possible17:14
tomreynbryanroderyck: see "for those looing for a quick fix" on comment 7 of this bug report.17:16
bryanroderyckim reading this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/udev/+bug/176796817:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1767968 in udev (Ubuntu) "systemd-udev cause high cpu load after upgrade to bionic" [Undecided,Confirmed]17:16
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OerHeksbryanroderyck, so did you update the bios?17:16
tomreynbryanroderyck: i need to leave for now.17:16
bryanroderyckno i didnt do it myself ..i dont know if someone else before me did17:17
bryanroderyckthanks tomreyn17:17
bryanroderycki did the HWE17:18
OerHekswithout bios update, i gave you the url, any errors could be bios related, as your first posts give17:18
bryanroderyck<OerHeks> the instruction are not in english17:21
OerHeksdell site language changes on base of location, silly site17:23
bryanroderyckim from mauritius you must be from netherland17:25
bryanroderycki have usb but im not sure if it DOS bootable?17:27
OerHeksformat that usb in fat32, will do17:30
bryanroderycksorry ubuntu doest detect the usb17:32
bryanroderyckhow to format a usb in fat 32 on ubuntu?17:46
OerHeksopen disks, any usb device should be shown there17:48
bryanroderycki dont have open disk17:49
miaHello channel17:50
miaanyone using Adobe CC 2019 on wine?17:50
OerHeksdisks utility, in your menu17:50
miaI'm trying to install and getting a "minimum reuired os is windows 7" error17:50
OerHeksmia, support for wine in #winehq please17:51
ubottuWINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu17:51
mattflyhi, im using the nvidia proprietary drivers and i get all sort of weird rendering issues when resuming, both from hibernation and suspend. https://ibb.co/znrz1FT https://ibb.co/jzqwpBp17:51
mattflysometimes changing the screens size works, but not for blender at all.17:51
miaOerHeks, I see --- maybe a wineless solution?17:52
OerHeksreally, wineless solution for windows prop software?17:53
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OerHekstheir database says 'gold'... https://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=3754117:55
pragmaticenigmamia: The only options for running a Windows based program in linux is to use Wine or install a virtual machine environment that runs Windows to which you can install your program. The limitation of the programs ability to run in a Linux environment is not the fault of Linux or Ubuntu, but the developer of the software and their choice to not support the platform. When you downloaded/purchased the software you were informed of18:05
pragmaticenigmawhat computing platforms were supported and that is all that the application officially supports. Without tools to provide the same operating environment to the application, it simply will not run on an Operating System it was not designed for. If you have further concerns, then you should be contacting the company that sold you the software for additional support.18:05
elias_amia: Install the required windows on a virtual machine.18:26
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kappa1hi! I want to format the whole drive of a computer I have with ubuntu live CD, should I use command wipe or just perform slow format ?19:07
compdocslect the option during the installer to format the drive19:09
kappa1compdoc, but I want to make sure my date isn't recoverable19:09
compdocuse the whole disk19:09
kappa1and I do not want to install ubuntu, just perform the format19:09
compdocits a hard dive?19:09
kappa11TB hard drive19:10
compdocthere are programs to run to zero the drive, if you need all traces removed19:10
ioriakappa1, sudo dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sdX bs=4K    (and take a vacation )19:10
kappa1compdoc, that's what full format should do right ?19:10
kappa1compdoc, what do you mean? slow format should zero the blocks19:11
compdocthe secure erase programs tend to triple erase and write to all sectors, etc.19:13
kappa1the command "wipe" should  do that right ?19:13
kappa1WIPE(1)                                                       User Commands                                                      WIPE(1)19:13
kappa1       wipe - securely erase files from magnetic media19:13
kk4ewtbecause there was a theory that media retained a memory19:13
compdocpossible - I dont know it. but if you say it does, then cool19:13
kk4ewtnever been proved19:14
kk4ewtmost of those programs just dd  to dev/zero and /dev/urandon19:14
kk4ewtmost of those programs just dd  to dev/zero and /dev/urandom19:14
sappheirosmultiple IRC clients in muon package manager say 'canonical does not provide updates': is there an IRC client canonical provides updates for?19:16
kappa1was reading this on google: " The problem with using OS level commands such sa DD is that they will only erase blocks seen by the OS. Any spare blocks (especial"19:16
ioriakappa1, provide that source, please19:17
tomreynkappa1: you can do this in addition to using wipe / shred: https://ata.wiki.kernel.org/index.php/ATA_Secure_Erase - note the warnings.19:18
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kappa1tomreyn, that shoudn't be necessary after a wipe19:21
ioriakappa1, the command i posted above will take 3 days to complete ... i'am still inclined to trust it19:21
tomreynkappa1: you just pointed to an article which explains why it can be19:21
tomreynkappa1: for the future, consider using full disk encryption if you'd prefer not having to handle such delicate situations in the future.19:23
kappa13 days to complete?19:24
kappa1I though 12 hours should be enough for a 1 TB disk19:24
kappa1tomreyn, my disk is encrypted19:24
tomreynkappa1: how?19:24
kappa1it's encryptfs19:24
kappa1of the home folder19:24
kappa1where my data is19:25
tomreynhmm, well, it's a lot better than nothing already.19:25
kk4ewti use a live iso with scrub  -fp dod /dev/sda19:25
kappa1tomreyn, slow format should be enough then right ?19:26
tomreynwhat is a "slow format"?19:26
ioriagdisk option19:26
tomreyni have no idea what this does.19:27
kappa1tomreyn, when you install ubuntu you have option to do a format19:27
kappa1ioria, people are saying it takes about 10 hours for 1 TB drive with DD19:28
tomreynthe term "format" nowadays usually refers to initializing a file system.19:28
ioriakappa1, dd ... what ? zero or urandom ?19:28
tomreyndepending on the file system, this may not delete any data at all.19:28
kappa1with sth like this: $sudo dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sda count=119:29
ioriakappa1, it's not the same....19:29
OerHeksbs=4M would speed up19:29
ioriakappa1, ok, let's try it19:30
kappa1ok, rebooting to live CD19:30
tomreynusing urandom for overwriting a storage is over-the-top IMO.19:30
kappa1thanks for your assistance19:30
OerHeksbut wiping an encrypted thingy, just zero the first GB19:30
kappa1I agree19:30
kappa1yes it's a waste the dd command to wipe encrypted thing19:30
tomreynoverwrite with a pattern, once or twice. and, more importantly, do ata secure erase (if you can risk a faulty firmware implementation breaking the storage)19:30
OerHeksmake coffee19:31
ioriakappa1, what's your cpu ?19:32
kappa13.0 GHz19:32
kappa1model name: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU     E7600  @ 3.06GHz19:32
kappa1rebooting... I am gonna start the wipe. Thanks guys19:33
ioriakappa1, good luck19:33
rktaMy default app for pdfs seems to be chrome, where can I find this setting and change it? Running a server install with i3.19:33
OerHekschoose open with; choose application, select evince ( standard on gnome3)19:34
OerHeksoh, i3 ..19:35
rktaI'd prefer a solution for console :)19:35
ioriarkta, i usually cp /usr/share/applications/mimeinfo.cache   in ~/.local/shatre/applications    and edit it19:36
Jontarkta: Does this work for you? 2nd answer: https://askubuntu.com/questions/61641/how-to-change-the-default-program-for-pdf-only-for-current-user19:38
rktaioria: Good to know, thx. Unfortunately in this file chrome is not bound to pdf, gotta look somewhere else. Thanks anyway19:39
rktaJonta: Already found that, but wanted to know where the setting is set, not just override it19:40
rktaIs .local/share/applications/mimeapps.list only read during log in? Or everytime I open a file?19:43
ioriarkta, when you're logged in19:44
rktaCan I force a reread?19:44
ioriarkta, log/out - in19:45
rktaFeels windowish :)19:46
ioriarkta, restart wm /de19:46
rktaI'll wait till I have to, thanks, keep it up19:48
NewToLubuntudoes anyone know if there is a way to non-collapse multiple instances of firefox on the bottom?19:49
NewToLubuntuwhen I split my tabs into different windows I wish I could more easily click between them using the option but it always displays "(2) Firefox") and requires 2-step clicking19:50
tomreynNewToLubuntu: try to /join #lubuntu19:57
Worm_Hello, I've just purchased a new laptop that comes with no OS and so I decided to go with Ubuntu. But I'm at my wits end. After the installation, I can't get into the OS, I'm stuck at /dev/... clean etc.19:57
Worm_I've done my best to trouble shoot but nothing seems to be working. The laptop is an ASUS TUF FX505 with AMD specs. Most things I've read pointed at a graphics card issue. can anyone offer any insight?19:58
YoKeSehHi all, someone been able to make FL Studio 20 fully functional in Ubuntu? Thnks20:00
OerHeksYoKeSeh, apple prop software ? https://www.image-line.com/flstudio/20:01
YoKeSehno apple20:03
OerHeksoh, there is windows version too.. try wine and get support in #winehq20:04
YoKeSehOkay, I was also waiting for a channel user to have it installed20:07
YoKeSehbut thks20:07
Bashing-omWorm_: Have you done the basic checks - verify the ISO integrity and the copy to the install meddium ?. These verified we can move on to next steps in a procedure.20:12
Worm_Bashing-om, yes, I have20:14
TJ-Worm_: have you edited the kernel command-line from the GRUB bootloader menu, and tried the Advanced > Recovery option?20:15
TJ-Worm_: s/and/or/20:16
Worm_I've managed to boot in by adding the modeset to 020:16
TJ-Worm_: Your description suggests the systemd-init is stuck waiting for a device to be ready20:16
Worm_Yes, from what I've mananged to gather from looking online, it seems to be a GPU issue20:17
TJ-Worm_: if you're in, can you do "pastebinit <( journalctl -b -1 -p warning )"20:18
Worm_Unfortunatly, I'm using another computer to use the IRC20:18
TJ-Worm_: can you SSH into the other PC ?20:20
Worm_I cannot20:20
Worm_TJ-_: the jounal command returned /dev/fd/6320:25
kristenbbhi, how do i update flash from chrome? it's saying it's out of date...20:27
OerHekskristenbb, do not believe that site.20:31
OerHeksand please do *NOT* paste the url here :-P20:32
meadkristenbb:  chrome updates its itself to have the last version of flash20:32
OerHeksthe message 'not installed' can be valid, clicking that gives an message box: enable flash ... but not up2date .. no20:33
kristenbbmead: this is not the case though, i am 2 versions behing20:46
kristenbbOerHeks: what do you mean, i'm not talking about any site, it's a chrome message: my flash plugin is just not up to date20:47
OerHeksflash plugin installer in restricted extras is up2date.20:49
OerHeksso, make a screenshot please20:49
kristenbbmy flash player is 30.0.... whereas the latest is 32.020:50
kristenbba screenshot of what? the warning message from Chrome?20:50
OerHeksoh, what ubuntu version is thius?20:51
OerHeksall supported ubuntu versions are @
kristenbbso what does that mean, how do i fix my problem?20:52
OerHeksrun full-upgrade, zillions updates pending i guess20:52
OerHekssudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade20:52
kristenbb0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.20:53
OerHeksremove with purge and reinstall flashplugin-nonfree20:53
kristenbbremove what20:54
OerHeksbut flash not up2date, that warning i do not trust in chrome20:54
kristenbbwell it is true, since my version is 30.0 whereas latest is 32.020:54
kristenbbso what should i do, and how?20:55
OerHeksremove with purge and reinstall flashplugin-nonfree20:55
OerHekssoftwarecenter perhaps?20:56
kristenbbwhat to remove though?20:56
kristenbbCan someone please help me?21:04
m_ad[m]kristenbb: read properly what OerHeks suggested you to do21:04
m_ad[m]is it really that hard to understand?21:05
kristenbbm_ad[m] I didn't get what I am to remove21:05
kristenbbm_ad[m] you don't have to be mean :(. I'm just here trying to get support21:05
kristenbbnot everyone is tech savvy21:05
m_ad[m]i'm not mean it's just how you read it21:05
kristenbbcan you please help me? what am I to remove? I still didn't get it21:06
OerHeksflashplugin-nonfree .. and i posted the url earlier..21:06
m_ad[m]sudo apt purge flashplugin-nonfree21:06
rypervenchekristenbb: purge means "apt purge flashplugin-nonfree" and then install it again, "apt install flashplugin-nonfree".21:06
OerHeksand restart your browser after removal,ofcourse21:06
rypervenchesudo in front of course for both commands.21:06
m_ad[m]and you do that in the terminal of course21:07
kristenbbso I just wrote sudo apt purge flashplugin-nonfree21:08
kristenbbit said (amongst other things): Note, selecting 'flashplugin-installer' instead of 'flashplugin-nonfree'21:08
kristenbbhowever I still have flash working on chrome after that21:08
EriC^^isnt flash built in to chrome?21:09
OerHeksquit chrome session..21:09
EriC^^and chromium is the one without flash by default?21:09
kristenbbwell i wouldn't know for sure the difference between chrome and chromium, but it's one of those21:10
OerHeksi dunno EriC^^, chrome never complaints about not up2date flash, just forces html521:11
EriC^^chrome has a built in flash, you dont usually install any packages for flash with it21:11
kristenbbI also still have flash on firefox, and it's 32.0 as opposed to 30.0 on chrome. It seems there are multiple versions installed, and also seems that apt purge didn't remove any of them21:11
jeremy31kristenbb: If you have chrome, flash is disabled by default, if you see "not secure" to the left of the URL, click on "not secure" and enable flash21:12
kristenbbjeremy31: i can enable it, that's not the issue. The issue is it's out of date21:12
jeremy31kristenbb: I doubt it is out of date21:13
kristenbbjeremy31: it certainly is, it's 30.0 instead of 32.0. And I have a warning about just that21:13
promilleHi. Theres no way for Virtualbox (with guest additions and extension pack running Ubuntu 19.04) to "capture" an PCI-based Wireless adapter, as it can with USB Wireless Adapters? Host is Windows. Thanks!21:14
EriC^^kristenbb: well, see if there's a newer version of google-chrome-stable available, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install google-chrome-stable21:15
EriC^^kristenbb: since it's built-in to chrome, downloader the latest chrome package should include whatever latest flash they are offering21:15
OerHeksi like a screenshot please21:16
kristenbbOerHeks: a screenshot of what?21:16
kristenbbEriC^^: i think i have chromium, not chrome21:16
OerHeksof chrome/chromium saying flash v3021:16
EriC^^kristenbb: type "dpkg -l | grep chrom | nc termbin.com 9999" and paste the link here21:17
kristenbbEriC^^: https://pastebin.com/hFEC1nUs21:19
EriC^^kristenbb: fwiw, it says for me google chrome's flash is out of date as well, mine says version 3121:21
EriC^^in this site https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html21:22
kristenbbEriC^^  well and isn't that a problem, since the latest version is 32.0, and in firefox, i have 32.0 ?21:22
EriC^^kristenbb: yeah you're running chromium not chrome21:22
EriC^^kristenbb: yeah im just letting you know21:22
kristenbbso please fix it for yourself, if you know how to investigate those things, and tell me how u did it :)21:23
EriC^^kristenbb: type "sudo apt-get update"21:23
kristenbbEriC^^: i'm up to date21:23
EriC^^kristenbb: what does "dpkg -l adobe-flashplugin" give?21:25
EriC^^kristenbb: apparently this is the package responsible for getting flash on chromium flashplugin-nonfree21:27
EriC^^kristenbb: what does 'apt-cache policy flashplugin-nonfree' give for the installed version?21:28
EriC^^* flashplugin-installer21:31
Bashing-omEriC^^: "dpkg -l adobe-flashplugin >> un  adobe-flashplu <none>       <none>" .21:31
EriC^^Bashing-om: yeah it seems flashplugin-installer21:32
Bashing-omEriC^^: Just do not recall that much about flash in chromium. Never had an issue in this install.21:33
EriC^^yeah i dont use flash myself nor chromium/chrome21:33
kristenbbEriC^^: here is what apt-cache policy answers: https://pastebin.com/sQWgPYAQ21:35
kristenbbdid any of you guys wanted me to do anything else?21:36
EriC^^kristenbb: ok, so looks like flash 32 is installed21:38
kristenbbEriC^^: so then why is chromium not picking it ?21:38
EriC^^kristenbb: try to close chromium fully with "pkill chromium" in a terminal or something, then start it and see if it has the right version21:38
EriC^^which site are you using for the version info?21:39
EriC^^https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html ?21:39
tomreynkristenbb: does chrome://version/ (type this into the web browser) confirm that you're using "73.0.3683.86 (Official Build) Built on Ubuntu , running on Ubuntu 18.04 (64-bit)"?21:40
EriC^^kristenbb: i think it's just malfunctioning, i just tried with chrome again, now it says my version is 32.0..... it was 31 a min ago21:40
kristenbbtomreyn: yes21:40
tomreynkristenbb: and what does it say for "Flash:" there?21:40
kristenbbtomreyn: it says Flash /usr/lib/pepperflashplugin-nonfree/libpepflashplayer.so21:41
EriC^^!info pepperflashplugin-nonfree21:41
ubottuPackage pepperflashplugin-nonfree does not exist in bionic21:41
EriC^^kristenbb: which ubuntu? 16.04?21:42
EriC^^!info pepperflashplugin-nonfree xenial21:42
kristenbberic^^: no, 180421:42
ubottupepperflashplugin-nonfree (source: pepperflashplugin-nonfree): Pepper Flash Player - browser plugin. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1.8.2ubuntu1.1 (xenial), package size 5 kB, installed size 30 kB (Only available for i386; amd64)21:42
EriC^^kristenbb: aha, well that's interesting cause that package doesnt exist in 18.04 according to above, so maybe that's why21:42
EriC^^did you upgrade from 16.04?21:42
tomreynalso https://help.ubuntu.com/stable/ubuntu-help/net-install-flash.html.en21:43
EriC^^ok, makes sense21:43
OerHeksit exists https://packages.ubuntu.com/bionic/pepperflashplugin-nonfree21:43
EriC^^kristenbb: type "apt-cache search pepperflash | nc termbin.com 9999"21:43
EriC^^hmm i guess ubottu is broke then21:43
EriC^^!info pepperflashplugin-nonfree21:43
kristenbbbrowser-plugin-freshplayer-pepperflash - PPAPI-host NPAPI-plugin adapter for pepperflash21:43
kristenbbpepperflashplugin-nonfree - Pepper Flash Player - browser plugin21:43
ubottuPackage pepperflashplugin-nonfree does not exist in bionic21:43
tomreynso the right package to install is "adobe-flashplugin" according to both pages i linkes21:43
EriC^^kristenbb: ok, what does "apt-cache policy pepperflashplugin-nonfree" give for the installed version info?21:44
kristenbbEriC^^: https://pastebin.com/2pqW4fFB21:45
kristenbbso do I understand it right that I have to apt-get purge pepperflashplugin-nonfree ?21:45
tomreynyes, purge "pepperflashplugin-nonfree", install "adobe-flashplugin" from canonical-partner21:46
EriC^^kristenbb: canonical partner is a repo, you have to enable it if it's not already21:47
kristenbbso how to do all that?21:47
AssociateXUbuntu 18.04.2 LTS, I can switch to a VT and log in after X is up, but I can't switch to any other VT or back to X after that. What is the fix for this? I did search for a while before asking here, and I only found others with similar problems, but no solution.21:48
kristenbbwasn't the package supposed to be flashplugin-nonfree, instead of adobe-flashpplugin?21:48
tomreynonly if things changed since this documentation was written21:48
tomreynAssociateX: what happens when you try to switch VTs then?21:50
tomreynis there a bug report you found on this?21:50
AssociateXtomreyn, I can switch to a VT and log in after X is up, but I can't switch to any other VT or back to X after that. So, meaning that I just have a VT and no way back to X.21:52
kristenbbtomreyn, EriC^^: I'm a bit lost. I have purged pepperflashplugin-nonfree, and I indeed no longer have flash on chromium. However I still do have flash on firefox, and the package flashplugin-installer is still there. So why is it that it's not working on chromium now, and which package should I install: flashplugin-nonfree, as you guys mentioned initially, or adobe-flashplugin ?21:53
tomreynAssociateX: i understood, thanks for clarifying, though. so when, after switching to a text TTY, you press, e.g. Ctrl-Alt-F1 to switch back to the login daemon or desktop, nothing happens at all?21:54
tomreynAssociateX: that's also after you released all keys and pressed them again?21:54
tomreynkristenbb: read the wiki page i pointed you to and the confusion will be gone.21:55
promillekristenbb: The adobe-flashplugin seems to be supported by canonical. Not as up-to-date, but more stable. flashplugin-nonfree/flashplugin-installer downloads the plugin from adobe itself it seems.21:56
tomreynthe proper link for 18.04 would have been this (i previously posted the 19.04 one): https://help.ubuntu.com/lts/ubuntu-help/net-install-flash.html.en21:56
kristenbbtomreyn: I have read it (it mostly contains screenshots), but I still don't get why it works on firefox and not on chrome.21:56
promillekristenbb: https://askubuntu.com/questions/15408/flashplugin-installer-vs-flashplugin-nonfree-vs-adobe-flashplugin/15409#1540921:56
EriC^^kristenbb: firefox is using the flashplugin-installer one, chrome isnt using that one21:57
tomreynkristenbb: the one with the screenshots is just to enable the canonical-partner repository, please read the documentation page instead21:57
tomreyntoo many cooks ;)21:58
Ev1L_Ric0I can see some ircops sitting here in channel21:58
OerHeksEv1L_Ric0, try #ubuntu-ops21:59
Ev1L_Ric0I have no need for an op21:59
OerHeksother ops in #Freenode21:59
OerHeksoh, why mentioning it?21:59
Ev1L_Ric0tomreyn was being facitious in saying there were too many cooks.22:00
Ev1L_Ric0Ie. Not enough ops.22:00
OerHeksOh, he can remove me anytime, but an ongoing issue gives too many questions .. and multi solutions22:01
OerHeksstill the official docu is leading, tomreyn  is right22:01
Ev1L_Ric0You have totally lost me OerHeks22:02
EriC^^nobody was deterring anything, simply answering a question/curiosity22:02
tomreynAssociateX: sorry, i miussed your reply. since you said you searched the web, did you spot a related ubuntu bug report?22:04
kristenbbok it works, thx to everyone22:04
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1758512 in mutter (Ubuntu) "No virtual terminals (CTRL+ALT+F?) when no user logged in; erratic behaviour when user logged in." [Medium,Confirmed]22:05
tomreynAssociateX: also, which graphics / video hardware do you have there? this should tell:   lspci -knn | grep -A3 VGA | nc termbin.com 999922:05
tomreynkristenbb: how did you do it in the end?22:05
kristenbbtomreyn: installing adobe-flashplugin22:05
tomreynkristenbb: okay, it's good to know the documentation is still correct.22:05
tomreynglad you worked it out.22:06
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AssociateXlspci -knn | grep -A3 VGA22:07
AssociateX00:02.0 VGA compatible controller [0300]: Intel Corporation Device [8086:3e9b]22:07
AssociateX        Subsystem: Dell Device [1028:0870]22:07
AssociateX        Kernel driver in use: i91522:07
AssociateX        Kernel modules: i91522:07
tomreyn!paste | AssociateX22:08
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tomreyn(no need to paste there again, this is just for next time)22:08
tomreynAssociateX: so from looking at this bug report, there is no solution, yet. you could subscribe to it to get notified when workarounds are discussed and a solution is provided.22:12
tomreynAssociateX: possible workarounds you could try: switching to !HWE kernel + X, setting WaylandEnable=false in /etc/gdm3/custom.conf22:14
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tomreynif you'll try those, please try them one by one, and revert them if they turn out not to help.22:15
ahi2why is my kernel at 4.15.50 when synaptic shows kernel 4.18.x? why doesn't it update?22:38
OerHeksbionic + hwe gives 4.1822:39
ahi2do i need hwe?22:40
OerHeksdoes synaptic show 4.18 installed?22:40
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack22:41
ahi2available though22:41
ahi2i would figure it would update to 4.18.x if it is available22:42
OerHeksand -edge gives 5.00 https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-hwe-edge22:42
OerHeksbut you must have a reason for that22:43
ahi2does hwe make ubuntu more secure?22:44
conris launchpad.net down? trying to add a ppa and its just stuck.22:45
tomreynahi2: no22:46
ahi2why doesnt it update to 4.18.x?22:46
tomreynahi2: because it doesn't need to. the 4.15 kernel is fine unless you have special needs.22:47
ubottuPackages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.22:47
ahi2so 18.04 probable wont get 5.0 ever?22:48
Bashing-omahi2: If you installed 18.04/01 you must ecplicitly opt in for HWE to take effect, Many of us desire to reamin on the 4.15 kernel serieis :)22:48
conr`error: retrieving gpg key timed out.`22:49
tomreynahi2: the GA (general availavbility, original release) kernel version remains the same for the lifetime of a release (4.15 for ubuntu 18.04), but HWE kernel versions can increase over time. also later point releases ubuntu installers (such as 18.04.2 - .2 is the point release) may install the HWE kernel by default in some variants (notably desktops).22:52
tomreynahi2: much of this is also explained on the wiki page that ubottu told you about earlier.22:53
tomreynconr: /join #launchpad22:53
ahi2tomreyn, i see thanks22:53
AssociateXtomreyn, I applied those and am about to reboot and then try. If you don't see back from me it didn't work.23:01
ericsysminis there a way to change the audio sample rate on ubuntu?23:19
AssociateXtomreyn, that did not work.23:54

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