tomreynand on a windows system you'd use winscp00:00
matt|homeoh what the hell. NOW it shows up00:01
matt|homenope still not working00:09
xoxohi how do i increase the size of a partition on a SD disk if its FAT32?00:53
tomreyn^ cross post with ##linux01:01
Mibixhave you guys ever cloned or backed up using AEOMEI backupper?01:21
avanaseari've only ever used `dd` as a backup01:21
tomreynMibix: i doubt they support ubuntu linux?01:23
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Mibixtomreyn im wondering if they do01:49
Mibixyeah i dont think so guess ill just use clonezilla01:51
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elias_aMibix: Check out Deja Dup. It is a graphical front end to command line tools and supports also incremental backups and scheduling.02:42
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cryocaustikhey all - I tried moving my MySQL databases over to a mounted volume per the instructions here: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-move-a-mysql-data-directory-to-a-new-location-on-ubuntu-18-04, however after all the steps, MySQL refuses to restart, and I am not sure how to get more detail on the error. I tried looking at the02:56
cryocaustikstatus, but it just shows https://bpaste.net/show/ADtK02:56
cryocaustikI tried verifying the permissions to both, the new mysql directory (owned by mysql:mysql and 755), as well as the parent (also set as owned by mysql:mysql with 777), and verified that apparmor is restarted and running02:59
fairuzGood day people03:42
fairuzI'm connected to a Ubuntu 18.04 machine via ssh03:43
fairuzbut the up key to show last exdcuted command doesnt seem to work03:43
fairuzit spits out ^[[A03:43
fairuz$SHELL value is already /bin/bash03:43
tubalfairuz: try control-p04:11
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database2wifi isn't detecting by ubuntu 18.04 and 16.0405:08
CQhello, I'm running Disco... how can I switch toteh 5.0 kernel series?05:32
CQif I just install the 5.0.0-29-generic image, will it keep upgrading from there or will it be set to manually installed? I would want the kernels to keep automatically updating05:33
Ben64CQ: disco comes with 5.005:38
CQyes, but moving from LTS to Disco still has me at 4.15.0-55-generic05:39
CQ...so how do I kick it over to the 5 series?05:39
Ben64nah it doesn't work that way unless something went wrong05:39
CQwell, I did have a mobo failure in the middle of upgrading ; )05:39
Ben64what does 'lsb_release -a' say05:39
CQX, grub and networking are all repaired05:39
CQDescription:    Ubuntu 19.0405:40
Ben64do you have any bionic sources in your /etc/apt/sources.list still05:40
CQnope, all disco05:41
Ben64do a 'sudo apt update' and 'sudo apt full-upgrade' and paste the results on http://paste.ubuntu.com05:41
CQto get the desktop and dm working I had to --reinstall a bunch of stuff05:42
CQwhats the diff between dist-upgrade and full-upgrade?05:42
Ben64better name05:42
CQ0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.05:42
CQah. or do you want to see the sources?05:43
Ben64eh couldn't hurt05:43
Ben64how about... 'dpkg -l | grep linux-image'05:45
CQsomething else I remember now, I was a litle low on space, so I had deinstalled libreoffice and also the latest 4.15 kernel and was running an older 4.15 kernel at upgrade time, not sure if that makes a difference05:45
CQii  linux-image-4.15.0-55-generic                   4.15.0-55.60                                        amd64        Signed kernel image generic05:46
CQjust the one05:46
CQI had removed the two others for space reasons before being able to upgrade, I need to make a bigger root partition05:46
Ben64ok try sudo apt install linux-image-generic05:47
CQaaah, success! 5.0.0-29 coming in05:49
Ben64will probably work05:49
Ben64just checked stuff to be reasonably sure nothing else was too wonky05:50
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CQlet me reboot, bbiamin05:51
CQBen64, I'd buy you a beer if local... I had just installed a new system with an Asus A320M Mobo, and a Ryzen 5 3400G (onboard graphics), and the 5.0 kernel made the second screen work (which I was hoping). Great, now I can get work done! thanks!05:54
Ben64awesome, no problem!05:55
CQis there a better graphical partition manager then gparted? That doesn't seem to work with ZFS... it only shows the ZFS part, not all of the partitions05:56
CQelse its back to fdisk05:56
Ben64never really used zfs, dunno05:57
CQOK, looks like that a problem for another week then. thanks again ... bye!06:01
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_ikke_I have a package that has as Recommends: "apache2 (>= 2.4.6-4~) | nginx | httpd". I have nginx installed on the system, when I try to install that package, it still tries to install apache2, Any idea why?06:21
_ikke_(Ubuntu 18.04)06:22
_ikke_I have to explicitly specify --no-install-recommends to prevent that from happening06:23
Sir_LetoQuestion, I have a zfs pool that I share over samba. For some reason, I can't write to the directory locally.06:26
Sir_LetoHowever, to the directory over the network, I have no issue writting to it06:27
Sir_Leto*if I browse to06:27
_ikke_This is crazy, I have to install certain packages in a certain order to prevent any apache dependencies to be installed. If I install php-fpm and php together, I will always get apache2-* packages. If I *first* install php-fpm, and *then* php, then it won't install any apache2-* package :-/06:49
IndustrialHi. How do I connect and mange bluetooth from the commandline in ubuntu?06:55
nevivurnWhat is the proper way to package (for ppas) stuff that is maintained in a git repository? We currently maintain our own /debian stuff in a separate repo, and tar the original repo to prepare the upload. The problem is that launchpad complains about a changed tar with no version increase, which is due to different timestamps in the tar contents.07:19
dollarWomanhello there is 32bit ubuntu now?07:31
dollarWomanthere is a link where i can download old version?07:35
dollarWomanoh my god no one answer it :(07:38
coz_dollarWoman, I just got here, don't know if I can help with the issue, but, could you repeat it?07:40
coz_dollarWoman, also, it is 3:40 am in the US east coast,07:41
dollarWomancan i download old version of ubuntu?07:41
dollarWomancoz_: i don’t sleep for all night07:41
coz_dollarWoman, yes let me find the links07:41
dollarWomani sleep at afternoon07:41
coz_dollarWoman,     http://old-releases.ubuntu.com/releases/07:42
dollarWomanthanks coz_ :)07:42
coz_dollarWoman,  no problem07:42
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MindSparkGood morning/evening. There's a security update today: linux-image-generic/bionic-security,bionic-updates amd64 [upgradable from:] and I am trying to get my head around where the changelog for that is. IIUC http://launchpadlibrarian.net/443055345/linux-meta_4. is the diff and that doesn't really look like very severe to me.07:48
MindSparkCan someone explain what is happening here?07:48
sarnoldhey MindSpark, one moment..08:00
sarnoldMindSpark: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/4.15.0-65.7408:00
sarnoldMindSpark: with the linux kenrel, there's a twisty maze of interconnected packages; the linux source package page on launchpad is probably the best starting point most of the time https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux08:01
MindSparksarnold, thanks for that. I cannot find any of the two versions (installed and candidate) in that link08:05
sarnoldMindSpark: yeah, those version numbers re supplied by the linux-meta source package https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-meta08:06
fromBeyondHi. I accidentally deleted some software needed to run ubuntu. So i reinstalled ubuntu-desktop and dist-upgrade. Now everything works, but login takes 10x as long, and computer wont wake from sleep08:31
fromBeyondis there anything i can try?08:31
sarnoldcheck logs in /var/log/, dmesg output, etc..08:32
fromBeyondsarnold: ok, i will08:32
exportalso systemd-analyze blame08:33
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MindSparksarnold, and how do I map these numbers?08:35
sarnoldthe Depends: lines in "apt show linux-image-generic" output..08:37
ph88^tomreyn, i have the logfiles now  18.04 syslog http://termbin.com/hn8o dmesg http://termbin.com/bohq  19.04 syslog http://termbin.com/0t2u dmesg https://termbin.com/b5suu09:08
Antoine|Hello, I'd like to make an offline copy of a website. What tool can I use?09:20
ph88^Antoine|, httrack09:25
sarnoldAntoine|: I've used wget --mirror but that only works for simple things09:26
Antoine|ph88^: That's the one I have been trying to use. I need to log in before I can make a copy but I haven't been able to log in with httrack09:26
ph88^Antoine|, you can login with a POST request or alternatively import cookies from the browser so you don't have to login09:27
ph88^you can also try this software https://github.com/pirate/ArchiveBox09:28
Antoine|Ok I'll try to import cookies09:28
Antoine|So I need to figure out how to export them from firefox first then how to import them to httracks09:28
martijnv3DOMAIN=$1 ROOT=$2 wget -e robots=off --recursive --no-clobber --page-requisites --html-extension --convert-links --restrict-file-names=windows --domains $DOMAIN --no-parent $ROOT09:30
ph88^Antoine|, there is an extension for firefox that lets you export cookies to a file09:30
Antoine|ph88^: That one? https://addons.mozilla.org/fr/firefox/addon/cookie-import-export/09:31
martijnv3that command downloads and archives a page nicely in a directory09:31
martijnv3gets all other resources too09:31
martijnv3converts the links to point to the local copy09:31
martijnv3it's great09:31
ph88^Antoine|, i used this one https://addons.mozilla.org/nl/firefox/addon/cookies-txt/09:31
martijnv3you can see cookies in devtools of any browser09:32
martijnv3they keep a table09:32
martijnv3you copy pasta09:32
martijnv3no addons required09:32
Antoine|martijnv3: I did ctrl maj c in firefox, I'm under storage, I can see the cookies but couldnt figure out how to copy them09:33
Antoine|martijnv3: In your command, what should I put in $1 and $2?09:34
martijnv3aha $1 is the domain name of the website you want to copy09:36
martijnv3so subdomain.mysite.com or something like that, and the crawler will not archive anything outside of that domain09:36
martijnv3$2 is the link to the page you want to start at09:36
Antoine|Oh ok great09:36
Antoine|What if I want to give it a cookies.txt file?09:37
ace_meI see I have a /usr/bin/postman and I want to uninstall this postman but apt-get uninstall fail also snap remove postman fail. Please help09:37
martijnv3man wget and look for --load-cookies09:37
martijnv3you can give it a file09:37
Antoine|ok nice :)09:37
martijnv3otherwise there is --post-data for providing eventual login information09:37
super_kozaI am installing ubuntu-desktop to my headless installation09:39
ace_mehow to uninstall postman on ubuntu pls09:39
ace_mecat /usr/bin/postman09:39
sarnoldhow did you install it?09:39
super_kozaIt downloaded all the packages really quickly, but now the installation takes really long time. Or better said unpacking packages takes a long time...09:40
Furaihey guys, I've run into an issue where I had package installed from ubuntu 18.10 instead of 19.04. It was libgegl-4-0-0.09:40
FuraiHow can I troubleshoot why this happened?09:40
ace_mesarnold: don't remember09:40
FuraiI don't see any candidates in apt show09:40
ace_mesarnold: just see I have /usr/bin/postman if I do whereis09:40
ace_merpm -q -f /usr/bin/postman09:41
ace_me    file /usr/bin/postman is not owned by any package09:41
super_kozaThe hardware is running easy peasy, CPU on 10%. I tested my disks to see if they are toasted but I get write speeds of ~100MB/s, with the installation running.09:41
FuraiUh, scratch that.09:41
super_kozaAlso, I have 3 WD green disks in RAID 5...09:41
super_kozaAny ideas why it might be taking so long to unpack the packages?09:42
sarnoldace_me: how about dpkg -S /usr/bin/postman09:42
ace_medpkg-query: no path found matching pattern /usr/bin/postman\09:43
ph88^hey guys, i don't get to see the desktop at boot. But then when i go to the console and type "startx" it boots anyway. How can i fix this so it starts immediately ?09:43
ace_mehowever if I postman and enter on a terminal it starts postman 7 sarnold09:44
sarnoldace_me: did you build it from source? did you install it via python-pip or npm or something similar?09:44
ace_mehuhu... not sure ... thought was installed with snap but just removed snap09:45
sarnoldif it were snap the path probably would have included /snap/ somewhere in it :)09:45
ace_methere is no way to find what /usr/bin/postman calls ?09:46
sarnoldyou can use execsnoop while running it, or strace it09:47
ace_meMain~createDefaultWorkingDir - Default working dir creation already attempted09:47
ace_me1568886416976 main info "Booting Postman 7.7.2, linux-4.15.0-62-generic on x64"09:47
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RonaldsMazitisE: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.10:06
RonaldsMazitisI can't update wine to newest version10:06
sarnoldRonaldsMazitis: please pastebin the output of apt update && apt upgrade10:07
dollarWomanxubuntu is ubuntu too?10:21
lotuspsychjedollarWoman: please dont use this channel for trolling questions10:21
dollarWomani must install linux on my laptop of xp :(10:22
dollarWomani m not troll10:22
lotuspsychje!flavours | dollarWoman10:22
ubottudollarWoman: Recognized 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-flavours10:22
dollarWomanxubuntu is not ubuntu?10:25
jeremybIt is Ubuntu with a different desktop environment10:26
Antoine|ph88^ martijnv3: Well I can't figure it out, either with httrack or with wget. curl might be working but even that I'm not sure... I'll see if there's an addon in firefox that could do that for me10:27
Antoine|Since I'm already logged in with firefox, that might be easier t oset up10:27
super_kozaDamn, my PC is still unpacking the packages. This can't be normal by any means...10:28
dollarWomanjeremyb: it is ok to use xubuntu 32bit on dual core intel computer?10:29
tomreynsuper_koza: storage I/O (which you already discussed), CPU load and memory commitments are possible bottlenecks there.10:30
jeremybdollarWoman: You can use 32 bit on almost any computer10:30
dollarWomanok thanks :)10:30
tomreynsuper_koza: top    hints on CPU loads caused by various processes,    free -m    reports ram allocation in megabytes.10:31
dollarWomanjeremyb: xubuntu vs lubuntu, which is better to use on old computer?10:32
jeremybdollarWoman: download the ISOs and try them out10:35
dollarWomanit takes long time if i try to install both :(10:35
tomreynyou don't need to install them, to get a feelng you can just run them from the installer iso10:37
super_kozatomreyn: I have tried to see what is going on there, but everything seems fine. Memory: total 7849, used 509; CPU: 15%; Drives writing speed: 139MB/s10:37
dollarWomanthere is a time to download both iso :( tomreyn10:37
super_kozatomreyn: I started the ubuntu-desktop installation some 1h and 35mins ago. Downloading the 700+ packages took maybe 5 minutes or so. Since then it has been unpacking the packages...10:38
super_kozaI have absolutely no idea what to do, or what else to check...10:39
super_kozaAlso, it is not swapping anything, so that too can't be the problem.10:39
tomreynsuper_koza: did you check dmesg?10:41
tomreyndollarWoman: yes, maybe you can just test it online. i thinkt here was some website for this, looking...10:41
RonaldsMazitiswinehq-stable: Depends: wine-stable (= 4.0.2 ~ disco) but 4.0.2 ~ bionic will be installed10:43
RonaldsMazitisI can't install wine 4.0 stable10:43
super_kozatomreyn: There is only one issue with systemd-fstab-generator. It can't create swap as it already exists. I have 3 swap partitions, 1 on each disk.10:44
super_kozaI did that so in case 1 drive fails, I would still have swap on other disk.10:45
super_kozaI could have done RAID 1 or 0 on all three swap partitions...10:45
super_kozaBut other than that, there are no red lines.10:46
exportsuper_koza: uh, if a drive fails will swap be the issue? O.o10:46
exportbetter phrasing, what good will swap be if the hdd fails?10:46
super_kozaexport: I have a 3 disk RAID 5 setup. So if a drive fails, I have efi and swap partitions on other drives.10:47
super_kozaThis should keep me going until I get a replacement drive and restore RAID.10:47
super_kozaBut anyway, I could just delete the swap partitions and use swapfiles...10:47
exportsuper_koza: yeah do that. if /etc/fstab isn't working10:48
tomreyndollarWoman: here you go (took me a while to find it): https://distrotest.net/10:49
super_kozaBut, what does it have to do with unpacking packages?10:49
swebwhat distribute file system suggest for Read (many) and WAN(internet) replication ?10:50
swebalso POSIX(or Fuse) support10:50
exportsuper_koza: care to elaborate on that?10:50
tomreynsuper_koza: feel free to post dmesg10:51
tomreyn(to a pastebin)10:51
super_kozaexport: I am installing ubuntu-desktop, and unpacking packages is taking already ~2 hours.10:52
super_kozaI have to go now, but I will remove the swap partitions and move to swap files.10:52
super_kozaAnd then try again.10:52
exportsuper_koza: why?10:53
super_kozaexport: I have a headless install. Think of ubuntu server.10:53
exportsuper_koza: oh okay, so an ubuntu server install where you install the thing that makes it ubuntu desktop?10:55
exportsuper_koza: again why?10:56
exportwhy not just install the desktop or install the server, what is the real reason for doing "both"10:56
Antoine|I copied my cookie file off firefox. I run `wget --load-cookies cookies.txt $URL` yet I still see that url as if I wasn't logged in. What am I missing?10:57
super_kozaI figured I could use the GUI every now and then. No special reason, other than that.10:58
super_kozaSome things I find easier/faster to do with GUI and I have enough resources to run it.10:58
exportsuper_koza: so this is gonna sound crazy... but why not install something like debian?10:58
lotuspsychjeexport: i dont think suggesting debian fits the #ubuntu way10:58
super_kozaWhat do I gain by installing debian?10:58
exportlotuspsychje: installing ubuntu server and then trying to hack together a full desktop is?10:59
super_kozaexport: Why hacking?10:59
exportsuper_koza: you start with one thing designed as a server and try to make it into a desktop. leaves a very mixed signal...11:00
super_kozaThe difference between them is the GUI, as the server is intended to run headless.11:00
super_kozaOther than that, they are the same.11:00
super_kozaWhen installing debian I would have the same dilemma.11:00
exportsuper_koza: but maybe see what lotuspsychje has to say, i don't really use ubuntu.11:00
lotuspsychjeperhaps move this to #ubuntu-discuss11:01
lotuspsychjelets focus on actual ubuntu issues here11:01
super_kozaexport: Ok, but, what do I gain by installing debian instead of ubuntu?11:01
lotuspsychjeplz not here super_koza11:01
exportlotuspsychje: i think they still need support with ubuntu, no need to push them.11:02
super_kozalotuspsychje: Sorry, I really have to go now, but I will check in later. Didn't mean to obstruct the channel, I was asking originally why my ubuntu is so slow when installing new packages....11:02
super_kozaTill later guys and thanks for chatting! :)11:02
lotuspsychjeexport: feel free to continue this conversation in #ubuntu-discuss11:02
exportlotuspsychje: to provide assistance with ubuntu related issues doesn't seem offtopic.11:03
lotuspsychjeexport: he's gone, i was talking about the ubuntu vs debian suggest11:03
exportlotuspsychje: i was suggesting a solution to the ubuntu problem, if it isn't a solution then tell them, i provided the segue11:04
lotuspsychjeyou know where to find me11:04
exportlotuspsychje: he's gone, also i don't know where to find you, but still if they come back i hope you help them instead.11:05
RonaldsMazitisI can't upgrade version of wine11:11
RonaldsMazitison ubuntu 19.0411:11
RonaldsMazitisusing repo from Wine HQ11:11
RonaldsMazitisubuntu getting less user friendly every day11:11
lotuspsychjeRonaldsMazitis: we dont really support external ppa's try to contact the maintainer of the ppa instead11:13
RonaldsMazitisthen why version is 3.6 in main repo11:13
lotuspsychjeRonaldsMazitis: we advice to install packages from the official ubuntu repos11:13
lotuspsychje!latest | RonaldsMazitis =why11:13
ubottuRonaldsMazitis =why: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.11:13
RonaldsMazitisthis morning I tried to play game11:13
RonaldsMazitisit started to update11:13
RonaldsMazitisand it asked for dotned 4.611:13
RonaldsMazitiswhich I could not install on wine 3.611:14
lotuspsychjeRonaldsMazitis: if something doesnt work on ubuntu like its suppose to be, file a !bug please11:14
lotuspsychjeRonaldsMazitis: wich game is this?11:15
RonaldsMazitisthug pro11:16
RonaldsMazitisit's a mob11:17
geirhagiven the earlier error message you posted, it looked like you were trying to install disco packages in bionic11:17
RonaldsMazitisI have 19.0411:18
geirhaok, other way around then maybe11:18
RonaldsMazitisI did everything as Wine HQ asks11:19
RonaldsMazitisit does not work11:19
geirhathough in disco, the wine-development package has version 4.2 of wine11:19
geirhain the official repos, that is11:20
RonaldsMazitisubuntu gives me 3.611:21
RonaldsMazitisI could use it, but I can't get dotnet 4.6 to work11:22
geirhaHm. Could you pastebin the output of this?   apt-cache policy wine wine-development11:22
geirhaso that suggests you're running ubuntu 18.04 (bionic), not ubuntu 19.04 (disco)11:26
RonaldsMazitisthat means upgrade did not upgrade packages11:26
RonaldsMazitiscause I definetely have 19.,0411:26
geirhalsb_release -sd    says 19.04?11:27
RonaldsMazitisoh no11:27
RonaldsMazitistime is flying11:28
geirhaok, so if you go with a ppa to install wine, make sure you add it for bionic, not disco11:28
tomreynalso make sure you remove this duplicate apt source configuration (in lines 50 and 51 of /etc/apt/sources.list by the time you posted https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/9T7B4CFC8d/#) and either configure the spotify apt source properly (import the signing key) or remove it.11:32
tomreynRonaldsMazitis: ^11:32
tomreyngenerally, i'd recommend not editing /etc/apt/sources.list at all and making changes only in files in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/11:33
multifractalI added `sudo /usr/local/bin/fusuma` to Startup Applications as was proposed here https://askubuntu.com/questions/1029903/run-fusuma-on-startup but it still won't run on login11:34
ioriamultifractal, nevewr used that app; probably the issue is with sudo ; try pkexec env DISPLAY=$DISPLAY XAUTHORITY=$XAUTHORITY fusuma (or  whatever the binary name is)11:37
multifractalioria: It's an app for enabling multitouch gestures like a mac. I'll try that. Sudo is necessary when running it manually, otherwise it throws some error about the touchpad not being found. Out of interest, what doesit mean?11:39
ioriamultifractal, what does it mean, what ?11:40
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multifractali hadn't heard of pkexec11:41
ioriamultifractal, pkexec is a way to run gui apps with privileges11:41
dollarWomanthanks tomreyn11:43
BluesKajHi folks11:47
elias_aBluesKaj: How is your morning (?) there?11:58
BluesKajelias_a, fine here. How about yours?11:59
elias_aBluesKaj: Thank you for asking! A lovely autumn day in SW archipelago corner of Finland. :)12:02
BluesKajelias_a, nice :-) I'm in Northern Ontario, Canada, and it's a lovely summer like morning here .12:04
Antoine|martijnv3: Figured out how to get passed the login form. Your wget command works well, thanks a lot :)12:09
BluesKajelias_a, check PM12:09
MibixFoxif I have Ubuntu loaded in Raid 1 on a Intel Rapid Storage Technology RAID controller is there a way to get RAID alerts in the OS? or email alerts?12:16
tomreynMibixFox: we don'T recommend fakeraid setups here, but i think intel rst is supported by mdadm12:22
MibixFoxso i can create the raid array in the iRST menu at boot and then monitor it in mdadm?12:23
tomreynthis is likely so. but i have no hands on experience with it.12:24
MibixFoxahh ok12:24
tomreynare you aware of what fakeraid is and why its use is usually discouraged, though?12:24
MibixFoxi mean its essentially just software raid pretending to be hardware raid right?12:26
tomreynit's potentially software assisted firmware raid pretending to be hardware raid, i'd say.12:28
tomreynand you usually loose all your data if your mainboard breaks12:28
tomreyn(of course, you have backups, since RAID is not backup, but still, error isutations are mor elikely to be fatal than on a software RAID)12:29
MibixFoxi mean I have real raid cards for my storage drives I was just looking for a little redundancy on my OS drive12:31
MibixFoxand i do take weekly backups too12:31
tomreynthe only situation where i'd not discourage fakeraid are multi boot systems where all systems can use the fake raid.12:31
MibixFoxthat is my mobo12:31
MibixFoxi think both that SAS and the SATA controller are fake raid haha12:31
MibixFoxand im just using onboard for the OS12:32
tomreynhmm the sas controller may be real, but it's certainly entry level, and old, and problematic.12:34
tomreynthe linux admin utility for it, lsiutil, was never released under a proper license, thus isn't packaged and hard to find.12:36
tomreynand they only support <=2 TB storages12:37
hodo22Hey guys, can u tell me how can i disable scripts to run from runlevel 5?12:37
hodo22renaming does not works12:37
tomreynwhich ubuntu version are you oin, hodo22 ?12:37
hodo22still loads after reboot12:37
hodo2218.04.3 LTs12:38
tomreynhow have you tried to disable it, which script?12:38
MibixFoxI think I will be fine with raid 1 on the intel controller and mdadm as long as I take backups as well12:38
hodo22cd /etc/rc5.d12:39
hodo22and than renaming to S to K12:39
hodo22using update-rc.d12:39
tomreynyou're aware that ubuntu 18.04 uses systemd as a service manager?12:39
hodo22but after reboot evrything goes same12:39
tomreynalso for the init system12:39
tomreynthe sysv-rc compatibility is just a wrapper, you should manage services via systemd12:40
hodo22ok thanks i will try so and can i disable12:41
hodo22systemd and use init scripts?12:41
tomreynyou can't really disable systemd, no.12:41
hodo22so whats the point of /etc/init...12:42
pragmaticenigmahodo22: hodo22: To disable a service from running on boot, "sudo systemctl disable <servicename>" will prevent the service from starting... or perhaps, what specifically are you trying to disable and perhaps we can better help you out12:42
hodo22or etc/rc5.d? and others?12:42
tomreynit's for backward compatibility to software which does not understand systemd but understands sysv-rc12:43
hodo22well i need to speed my boot tiem12:44
hodo22its too big 45+s12:44
tdssystemd is very handy in that case :) - `systemd-analyze critical-chain` may be a useful starting point12:44
pragmaticenigmahodo22: There are tools to help identify what is slowing down boot. A draconian approach of just shutting down services is not recommended as you may disable required services for your system to run12:45
hodo22thanks guys12:48
Antoine|I am trying to download a website using wget. I want to get all the pages of the form for i in {1950..2019}; do wget example.com/$i/; done. I use the option --convert-links to get relatives link but if I have a link from example.com/1978/ to example.com/1979/, then it won't get converted. How can I do that?12:49
Antoine|I don't want the whole site so I don't want to do wget example.com/12:49
ph88_hey guys, i don't get to see the desktop at boot. But then when i go to the console and type "startx" it boots anyway. How can i fix this so it starts immediately ?12:50
hodo22which runlevel are u in? runlevel 3 or 5?12:50
tomreynhodo22: runlevels are a legacy concept, replaced by systemd targets12:51
hodo22eh, alot has changed12:51
hodo22i am a decade late12:52
tdsph88_: what's the output of `systemctl get-default`?12:52
tomreynyes, you really should familiarize yourself with systemd12:52
hodo22iliked inits it was too eazy12:52
ph88_tds, graphical.target12:52
tomreynph88_: which ubuntu flavour are you using? the default ubuntu gnome-desktop?12:54
tomreynph88_: with the default login manager, gdm?12:54
ph88_tomreyn, Lubuntu 18.04 with dist upgrade to Lubuntu 19.0412:54
ph88_login manager sddm12:54
tomreynso sddm doesn't seem to start properly. have you reviewed your log files?12:55
ph88_i have looked at the Xorg log file ... but i didn't see anything that speaks clearly to me12:55
ph88_about sddm log file .. i couldn't find it12:55
tomreynlook at journalctl -b12:55
tomreynwhen was it last working, what changed in between?12:55
ph88_tomreyn, this is journalctl -b  http://termbin.com/yubw12:56
ph88_the OS was booting to desktop when it was version 18.04 of Lubuntu. When i dist upgrade to 19.04 it stopped working12:57
ph88_Also Lubuntu 19.04 fresh installation doesn't work12:57
tomreynso that's a qemu VM12:57
ph88_same system as 12 hours ago ^^12:58
tomreynwhich graphics driver are you using in the qemu configuration?12:58
ph88_vmvga, i don't know how to specify that further12:59
tomreynwhat'S the host system?12:59
ph88_Synology DS918+ with DSM 6.2.213:00
ph88_there is also the choice of "vga" and "cirrus"13:00
ph88_to change graphics driver13:00
tomreynoh right, that seemed to be an issue yesterday. but then you say graphics can work in general, i.e. you get graphical output with startx, so let's ignore this for now.13:00
tomreynvga is what current versions of wemu use for linux guests13:01
ph88_i can try to switch graphics driver from "vmvga" to "vga"13:02
tomreyni don't know your host system so i'm not making a recommendation there.13:03
tomreynalso, we onlly support ubuntu here, so let's focus on the guest system again13:04
ph88_now it boots to login screen and then to desktop ..13:04
tomreynso switching from vmvga to vga made sddm start properly?13:04
skylitehow can I run the ubuntu server installer remotely? I started the installer from virtualbox, pressed ctr+alt+f2; apt install openssh-server and I was even able to connect to the machine remotely, but all I hav is a shell. How can I launch the ubuntu installer?13:05
ph88_tomreyn, yes that's right13:05
tomreynso you seem to have overcome this issue as logged in your system log now "vmwgfx: probe of 0000:00:02.0 failed with error -38"13:05
tomreynskylite: /join #ubuntu-server13:06
ph88_tomreyn, i guess i could leave it just as using the other driver in qemu .. however if i can help upstream by reporting a bug i would like to do it13:07
tomreynph88_: i just pointed you to the error message.13:08
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ph88_tomreyn, yes but the "vmvga" setting worked with Lubuntu 18.04 so the newer version caused a conflict with this driver ..13:10
tomreynph88_: that, or the outdated and incomplete virtualization or driver implementation does, yes.13:11
ph88_should i report it somewhere ?13:12
tomreynyou could check whether there are bug reports against the vmvga driver and this error message on 19.04 on launchpad already13:13
hodo22do you know how to get rid of .... bytes from the file? i am trying to dd lzma from .Bin file but .lzma file gets broken13:14
muhahadoes anyone know how works microk8s ? it does not use dockerd, right? cuz I dont see any containers13:15
tomreynph88_: 1832138 sounds similar, but i'm not sure it's the right bug report. it's also marked as solved.13:17
Cheezthe actual kubelet etc doesn't usually run in a container (unless you use coreos / container linux or something) but pods running in it wil use whatever container platform you tell it to, usually docker.13:17
ph88_tomreyn, bionic .. isn't that 18.04 ? it works fine for me there13:18
muhahaCheez: its using containerd directly, not dockerd13:20
tomreynph88_: bionic is 18.04, yes.13:20
ph88_i could file a new bug for 19.04 and point to 1832138 as reference13:21
tomreynor to 1037606, yes13:24
tomreynbut i'm not sure anyone will want to try and fix or work around the deficits of this driver in 2019. i think the real issue is your host OS13:25
tomreyn(it is actually well possible this got fixed in a later version of qemu than you're running)13:26
ph88_is this driver deprecated ? or why don't people want to work on it ?13:27
tomreynthat's a question which is specific to your host Os and the qemu version it runs. neither of which is supported here.13:29
ph88_qemu version 2.12.113:32
DeafGooseHi all13:49
DeafGooseis anyone here used to Squid?13:49
sarnoldmaybe... it's probably better to be more specific13:50
DeafGooseI am looking for a solution best described with this flow I drawn: https://ibb.co/KV46B5M would squid be helpful in this scenario?13:52
pragmaticenigmaDeafGoose: This channel focuses it's attention on Ubuntu OS... setting up services like that would be better answered by forums dedicated to Squid13:52
sarnoldit feels a bit like something a vpn would do a lot better than ssh tunnels13:53
DeafGooseyea just not sure if there is something off the shelf13:53
DeafGooseI did ask on #squid13:54
pragmaticenigmaDeafGoose: From the diagram, it almost looks as if you're interested in a reverse proxy. Perhaps investigate that route. Again though, the volunteers here are focused on the Ubuntu OS, this channel is better suited to help with services and applications that are already installed on your machine.13:57
DeafGooseno worries!! I just thought I would ask around, but I appreciate the feedback13:57
hydrianEllo all14:06
hydrianI'm having an issue with apparmor. I've defined a local profile for a custom path for slapd but apparmor keeps on blocking the custom path.14:07
hydriantype=1400 audit(1568901928.968:57): apparmor="DENIED" operation="mknod" profile="/usr/sbin/slapd" name="/var/www/pv-prod/ldap/DUMMY" pid=23081 comm="slapd" requested_mask="c" denied_mask="c" fsuid=116 ouid=11614:07
hydrianmy local profile:  /var/www/pv-prod/ldap/ r,14:09
hydrian  /var/www/pv-prod/ldap/* mr,14:09
hydrianwhich is the same as the default /var/lib/ldap directory profile14:09
hydriandarn I think I just found my issue14:11
sarnoldhydrian: heh, irc is like that :)14:13
hydriansarnold: I know.14:13
sarnoldhydrian: anyway yeah you need a rule to allow writing /var/www/pv-prod/ldap/DUMMY14:13
hydrianYes. I had to give it the 'w' permission. Not sure how the default profile got around that!14:14
dollarWomanwhen i install ubuntu, i got this message : I get a message"use parameter "forcepae" to enable at your own risk".14:44
dollarWomanwhat's wrong?14:44
ioriadollarWoman, wha's your cpu ?14:44
dollarWomanintel duo14:45
dollarWomanioria, ?14:45
EoflaOEdollarWoman: Does it prevent Ubuntu from booting?14:45
dollarWomanwhat's wrong?14:45
dollarWomani have 512 mb ram14:45
dollarWomanthis is problem?14:46
akem__That's not enough RAM for Ubuntu.14:46
lordcirth_dollarWoman, that's very little. Ubuntu should boot, but it won't be very usable. Perhaps Lubuntu?14:46
OerHekscpu issue, but you can use forcepae .. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PAE14:46
dollarWomanxubuntu :)14:46
ioriadollarWoman, we need the exact model14:46
OerHekslubuntu should do fine14:46
dollarWomanioria, ?14:47
ioriadollarWoman, yes14:47
dollarWomani can't log in to compter now14:47
dollarWomanwhen i boot computer, it stop14:47
dollarWomanubuntu 14 is installed but it stop when i boot14:48
OerHeks14.04 lts is EOL, dead, use a supported version14:48
dollarWomanso i tried to install xubuntu 1814:49
dollarWomanbut i can't for this message : e"use parameter "forcepae" to enable at your own risk".14:49
ioriadollarWoman, you can safely use that parameter (if it still works)14:49
ioria forcepae -- forcepae14:50
dollarWomanbut terminal don't know it14:50
ioriadollarWoman, what ?14:50
dollarWomanwait min14:51
dollarWomani will try it again14:51
dollarWomanno such a file or directory14:52
dollarWomanioria,  :(14:52
EoflaOEdollarWoman: Not in a terminal, but reboot it, open the Expert options, and use forcepae if available.14:52
ioriadollarWoman, you know has no sense installing a modern desktop ubuntu version on that machine, right ?14:52
dollarWomanexpert option?14:53
dollarWomanwhat is expert option?14:53
lordcirth_How will PAE help? They don't have more than 4GB of RAM.14:53
ioriait's a cpu thing, not ram14:54
hydrianforcepae is then the kernel doesn't detect PAE but your CPU really has it.14:54
dollarWomanlinux must work on old device :(14:54
EoflaOEdollarWoman: This site will probably help you: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PAE14:54
ioriadollarWoman, non-pae dropped with lubuntu 12.0414:55
dollarWomanioria, you meant that i must install lubuntu 12.04?14:55
ioriadollarWoman, you could, but don't do it14:55
dollarWomanyeah but i don't know what is expert option?14:56
lordcirth_dollarWoman, if you have 512MB RAM, your computer is so old that nothing is going to work *well*.14:56
hydriandollarWoman: I wont even bother with Ubunut. It is way too heavy. Try a current version xbunutu and or lubuntu. If your CPU doesn't have PAE, that going to be a very big issue.14:56
dollarWomanlordcirth_, :(14:56
hydrianWhat CPU do you have?14:56
lordcirth_Lubuntu with forcepae will probably work ok.14:56
dollarWomandual cpu of intel hydrian14:56
hydriandual cpu or duo-core cpu?14:57
akem__At some point with old machines, you better stick with the software of that time i think. With very old you have no choice anyway :)14:57
dollarWomanduo-core cpu hydrian14:57
dollarWomanbut hardware is new almost because my dad don't use it at all14:58
EoflaOEdollarWoman: OK. You can force PAE by folloeing the instructions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PAE It should work OK.14:59
akem__I would try an old knoppix version, or maybe things like puppy linux maybe or slitaz.14:59
hydrianIf we had the cpu model, that would be great.15:00
dollarWomanEoflaOE, i can't see screen of ubuntu at all :(15:00
dollarWomanit is not ram problem?15:02
trenchmodel name      : Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU     T5870  @ 2.00GHz15:03
trenchworks fine here15:03
trenchdollarWoman: you have the option to add more ram?15:04
dollarWomanthis said that it is problem of ram15:04
dollarWomantrench, no ram :(15:04
akem__trench, How much RAM you got, and which Ubuntu flavor you use?15:04
trenchakem__: now I use kali linux15:04
lordcirth_At the risk of being off-topic, Puppy Linux might work well.15:04
trenchwith pae15:05
trench32 bit on this15:05
trenchbut I run ubuntu or openbsd on most of my things15:05
lordcirth_dollarWoman, this may be useful: https://docs.lubuntu.net/lubuntu_installation_on_old_computers.html15:05
dollarWomanlubuntu is better than xubuntu?15:08
hydrianThey are both low resource ubunut based distros. After that, it is about what UI you like better.15:09
dollarWomani will install lubuntu instead of xubunt then now15:09
dollarWomanbut i m too tired now :(15:09
unimatrix9is gui programming for ubuntu desktop standarized ?15:11
unimatrix9whats the most used gui programming lang used for ubuntu desktop ?15:12
hydrianIt is sort of standardize per desktop environment you use.15:12
unimatrix9default gnome desktop15:12
unimatrix918.04 lts15:12
dollarWomanand i have old computer that have intel core i5-2400 @3.10GHz, this is old cpu?15:18
dollarWomanand i have another old computer that have intel core i5-2400 @3.10GHz, this is old cpu?15:18
sarnoldthere's a bunch of information on your process, you can learn a bit more about what it supports15:19
dollarWomanthanks but when it is made?15:20
trenchdollarWoman: it says on the page15:20
tomreyn"Launch Date Q1'11"15:20
tomreynQ1 means 1st quarter, so january to march.15:21
dollarWomani can't find it15:21
sarnoldI don't think they say when it was discontinued, but it's probably a window of two years or so15:21
dollarWoman2011 ?15:21
trenchshould work fine15:22
dollarWomanalmost 10 years :(15:22
sarnoldat least it has AES-NI instructions15:23
sarnoldaes is impossible to securely implement in software15:23
trenchjust download the 32 bit version of the iso and use rufus or https://unetbootin.github.io/ to make the usbdrive bootable15:23
mguyunimatrix9: are you taking a poll?15:24
unimatrix9not really no , why do you ask ?15:24
mguyunimatrix9: well why did you ask15:24
sarnoldthat's a 64 bit machine, don't use the 32 bit iso15:24
unimatrix9i was programming some stuff in guizero, and was asking myself whats "normally" used to program gui for gnome ubuntu desktop15:25
OerHeksrufus can give issues, unetbootin is also depreciated https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick15:26
mguyunimatrix9: QT or GTK15:26
trenchOerHeks: https://docs.lubuntu.net/lubuntu_installation what does it say there?15:28
dollarWomanoh it works15:29
dollarWomanwith command : install forcepae -- forcepae15:29
dollarWomanthanks it is lubuntu15:29
dollarWomani will be back again when it is completed15:30
OerHekstrench, good spot, still rufus does something weird on their own, but the dd-option works15:30
trenchOerHeks: dollarWoman is in windows not in ubuntu now, so it's even listed on the page you posted :)15:33
GinkgoFJGHello. I'm running 18.04. Yesterday I applied whatever updates were available and deferred the reboot. At the end of the day, I shut down. This morning when I started up, I couldn't decrypt my disk. I get: "cryptsetup (sda3_crypt): cryptsetup failed, bad password or options?" Is anyone experiencing similar problems after an upgrade?15:51
leftyfbGinkgoFJG: caps lock on?15:53
GinkgoFJGKinda of hard to validate, since I can't see what I'm typing, but I've tried it both ways, several times.15:54
leftyfbGinkgoFJG: just for fun, boot up a live cd/usb and test typing in the password15:55
GinkgoFJGAfter a few failures I pressed escape, which I've never bothered to do on this screen, and I get this additional info:15:56
GinkgoFJGA TMP error (2314) occurred attempting the self test.15:56
GinkgoFJGWarning: failed to connect to lvmetad. Falling back to device scanning.15:56
GinkgoFJGand Volume group "ubuntu-vg" not found.15:56
leftyfbwhich means you skipped trying to decrypt your volume, so it's not mounted and doesn't exist15:57
leftyfbGinkgoFJG: there's been no update in the past few days that would affect LUKS encryption15:57
GinkgoFJGbtw, was already working on your suggestion re live usb... will be a minute or two15:58
trenchGinkgoFJG: did you try a backup kernel? Same thing has happened to me16:01
GinkgoFJGtrench: i haven't. never needed to do that before. how would i go about that?16:02
ioriaGinkgoFJG, from the Grub screen ->Advanced Options16:04
GinkgoFJGleftyfb: what do you think it means that I can't mount it from Live USB either?16:04
ioriaGinkgoFJG, has been decrypted ?16:05
GinkgoFJGthat's the problem, ioria, i can't seem to decrypt it. from live USB i opened up the file browser, double-clicked the drive in "other locations," pasted in my password to preclude typos, and no dice16:07
ioriaGinkgoFJG, paste sudo parted -l16:07
GinkgoFJGioria: https://pastebin.com/vRztgquj16:10
leftyfbGinkgoFJG: did you try typing your password into a text editor?16:12
GinkgoFJGYes, and then I pasted it into the prompt given me by the file manager.16:12
ioriaGinkgoFJG, sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sda2 sda2_crypt16:12
GinkgoFJGioria: doesn't seem to have done anything... no password prompt16:13
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ioriaGinkgoFJG, sudo cryptsetup luksOpen /dev/sda3 sda3_crypt16:14
GinkgoFJGDone. Prompts for password. I enter it, and it says, "No key available with this passphrase."16:15
ioriaGinkgoFJG, boot an older kernel16:16
pinklemonade78hello everyone i have a problem ... i've installed best resume ever because I needed to make a new resume everything went wel untill i wanted to export the file to pdf there seems to be a problem with semver or npm I don't know I need some help so I can finish my resume and my journey to find a job :p the error is as following : module.js:55016:16
pinklemonade78    throw err;16:16
pinklemonade78    ^16:16
pinklemonade78Error: Cannot find module 'semver'16:16
pinklemonade78    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (module.js:548:15)16:17
pinklemonade78    at Function.Module._load (module.js:475:25)16:17
ubottuFor 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.16:17
pinklemonade78hello guys I need some help with npm16:18
GinkgoFJGioria: hmmm, this live usb is based on the image i downloaded 7 months ago to install the OS on the laptop in the first place... so it should be pretty old already16:18
ioriai see16:19
GinkgoFJGi can try with something off the hard drive though16:19
GinkgoFJGbut <insert shrug emoji>16:19
GinkgoFJGi'm too young for this16:20
GinkgoFJGi was entering a valid password for a different auth16:21
GinkgoFJG"select is not broken," as they say16:21
GinkgoFJGi better go see a neurologist16:21
EoflaOEpinklemonade78: Try to reinstall npm https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33870520/npm-install-cannot-find-module-semver16:22
lotuspsychjeGinkgoFJG: please stick to ubuntu support16:22
GinkgoFJGlotuspsychje: sorry, didn't know that was a channel... for future reference, would this have been the appropriate channel for an upgrade-related issue, since that's what i thought i had here?16:23
lotuspsychjeGinkgoFJG: if its an ubuntu support issue, it fits here correct16:23
OerHeksGinkgoFJG, just stick to technical support, and easy on the enter, thanks.16:24
OerHeksi just worried about the alignment:: Warning: The driver descriptor says the physical block size is 2048 bytes, but Linux says it is 512 bytes.16:24
leftyfbGinkgoFJG: lotuspsychje was just referring to your neurologist being offtopic16:26
GinkgoFJGOerHeks: I guess it has always been like that, re the block size. Should I be concerned?16:26
GinkgoFJGYes, I see I got a little off-topic with the self-deprecation, there. Thanks to all who have helped me, even if it wasn't technical help that I needed. It has been informative nonetheless.16:27
Guest_87which i cannto fix due to pkgProblemResolver failed due to possible held back packages16:48
Guest_87i need help16:49
lordcirth_Guest_87, I don't understand what you said. What is your first language? There are channels for other languages.16:49
Guest_87yes, i am sorry16:49
Guest_87its a bit confusing16:49
Guest_87somehow apt is broken16:50
Guest_87telling me that apt_pkg is missing16:50
Guest_87which i can not install due to apt16:50
Guest_87telling that i have unresolved dependencies16:50
Guest_87potentially due to held back packages16:50
Guest_87i am helping a friend on a german ubuntu system16:51
lordcirth_Guest_87, please keep things on one line if possible. Have you tried 'apt install -f'?16:51
ioriaGuest_87, are you just upgrading your system or are you upgrading to a new release ?16:51
B|ack0pwhen will be next LTS version released?16:52
Guest_87i did : result: nterruption due to pkgProblemsresolver::Resolve...could be due to held back packages16:52
Guest_87coould not correct dependencies16:52
Guest_87i did upgrade from 12 to 1416:53
Guest_87and from 14 to 1616:53
Guest_87its a standard dekstop16:53
ioriaGuest_87, so the problem is a broken/interrupted upgrade from 14.04 to 16.04 ?16:54
Guest_87not 100% sure16:54
Guest_87could be the case16:54
OerHeksBlackop in april16:55
lordcirth_B|ack0p, 20.04 will be released in 2020, April (04)16:55
ioriaGuest_87, uname -r16:55
OerHekseasy to find, no?16:55
ioriaGuest_87,  cat /etc/apt/sources.list | nc termbin.com 999916:55
B|ack0plordcirth_: thx16:56
B|ack0pOerHeks: thx also16:56
B|ack0pupgrading or fresh install recommended?16:56
Guest_87dont have vertical pipe on this keybaord16:56
lordcirth_Guest_87, nc termbin.com 9999 < /etc/apt/sources.list16:58
OerHeksupgrading will be fine, prepare a fresh usb with the iso first.16:59
super_kozaHi! I have a problem when installing new packages. Unpacking packages takes way too long. I have freshly installed Ubuntu 19.04, i5-3570, 8 GB RAM, 3x 1.5 WD Green drives in RAID 5. The CPU is currently at 15%, only 500 MB RAM is used. HDD write speed is ~130 MB/s, read speed is ~105 MB/s.17:00
Guest_87cant locate <> either17:00
Guest_87not sure why they are not coming up17:00
super_kozaActually the whole system seems too slow. I do not know if this has something to do with my RAID 5 setup. Ubuntu installation is completely new...17:01
ioriaGuest_87,  go on paste.ubuntu.com and paste the file17:01
Guest_87ill try to start terminal again in gnome17:01
Guest_87right now i am on ALT CTRL F1 terminal17:02
Guest_87in gnome it just loads but doent come up17:02
super_kozaBy the way, how can I upload to pastebin directly from the terminal?17:03
OerHeks!info pastebinit17:04
ubottupastebinit (source: pastebinit): command-line pastebin client. In component main, is optional. Version 1.5-2 (bionic), package size 14 kB, installed size 156 kB17:04
EriC^^super_koza: command | nc termbin.com 999917:04
ioriaGuest_87,  ok, just cat the file and tell us at what release the links point to17:04
Guest_87hang on, almost there17:05
ioria 9.10 _Karmic Koala17:07
pedahzurAny Ubuntu installer experts here? I've added this directive to the installer pre-seed: d-i apt-setup/use_mirror boolean false. But...looking at the log output of the installer, I still it trying to reach out to security.ubuntu.com. Why!?!?17:07
ioriaGuest_87,  and this is bionic, not xenial17:07
RonaldsMazitishow do I remove .net framework 4.0 installed with wine?17:08
lordcirth_RonaldsMazitis, installed inside a wineprefix?17:09
RonaldsMazitisups 2.017:09
ioriaGuest_87,  paste   sudo apt full-upgrade17:09
lordcirth_Guest_87, has this system been upgraded all the way from 9.10??17:09
RonaldsMazitisit shows in wine uninstaller17:09
RonaldsMazitisI don't know about prefix17:10
Guest_87i belive its v1617:10
ioriaGuest_87,  what is v16 ?17:10
Guest_87apt full-upgrade stops17:11
Guest_87with unmet depenndices17:11
ioriai know, the output please17:11
Guest_87last error due to pkgProblemResolver17:11
Guest_87ill try to upload a screenshot17:13
ioriaGuest_87,  but not sure it's worth going further17:13
fobo7hi all, when i use all memory, 8gb, linux ubuntu freezes, i must add swap file ?17:13
fobo7or only add memory?17:13
super_kozaEriC^^: thanks a bunch!17:13
super_kozaAny ideas what to do about the problem I mentioned above?17:14
ioriaimage not found17:15
OerHeksdid you run sudo apt-get update properly? seems like old lists in use17:16
Guest_87ill post a picture of apt update17:18
SiamasterMy computer becomes totally unresponsive when copying files to another hard drive and I have to restart with the hardware button. None of the solutions here has worked so far: https://askubuntu.com/questions/397249/system-freezes-unresponsive-unusable-when-copying-large-file-to-usb17:18
eHAPPYSiamaster could be hardware related17:19
OerHeksSiamaster, just be patient? writing an usb can take a wile, check if caps lock is still working.17:19
Siamasterno, it was almost done once. 4 seconds away from finishing and computer hangs17:20
Siamasterit a hard drive. not usb17:20
OerHekshow log did you wait?17:20
Guest_87something about subkey17:20
ioriaGuest_87,  try    sudo dpkg --configure -a17:20
Siamasteralmost a minute17:20
SiamasterI could hear my computer when into dead mode17:21
OerHeksoh, a minute.. just be patient17:21
Guest_87it says it stopped because too many erros17:21
Siamasterit progressed to being 4 seconds away from done17:21
Siamasterthen I could hear my computer going into dead mode17:22
lordcirth_Siamaster, the whole computer freezes? Can you open another terminal, run 'dmesg -w' and see if it prints anything when copying?17:22
Siamasterand then I waited for almost a minute17:22
Siamasteralt F4 not working17:22
lordcirth_Siamaster, I mean before you start copying17:22
Siamasteraha okay! Will try now17:23
ioriaGuest_87,  grep Broken /var/log/dist-upgrade/apt.log17:23
SiamasterIt has not written out anything so far17:24
Guest_87no such file17:25
OerHeksGuest_87, still trusty sources in there ..17:25
Guest_87but bunch of directories17:25
ioriaGuest_87,  cat /var/log/dist-upgrade/main.log17:25
Guest_87went tru all 2019 folders17:27
Guest_87no results with BROKEN17:27
Guest_87ill check main.log now17:28
RonaldsMazitismy game - THUG PRO mod is no longer working with wine17:28
RonaldsMazitissince it updated17:28
super_kozaI've got no idea why my PC is so slow. The upgrade is running already for an hour and it is still unpacking the packages at 23%...17:28
RonaldsMazitisI even installed .net framework 4.6.217:28
Guest_87only have main.log.partial17:28
Guest_87checking subfolders17:29
super_kozaHere is the process list: https://termbin.com/9puh17:29
OerHeksRonaldsMazitis, seek help in the #winehq channel?17:29
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 Ubuntu17:29
RonaldsMazitisI am seeking but nobody is answering17:29
super_kozaWhy the hell is it so slow? It seems not to be doing anything...17:29
cybercryptoRonaldsMazitis: sometimes, it takes time :-)17:30
Siamasterit froze17:30
SiamasterI waited for 5 minutes17:30
Siamasterbut I knew it was in vain17:30
Siamastercouldn't hear my computer working17:30
lordcirth_Siamaster, and dmesg didn't print anything when the copy was running?17:30
SiamasterWhy would computer become totally unresponsive anyway17:30
lordcirth_Siamaster, what CPU do you have, and how much RAM?17:31
Siamasterwhat was the dmesg command again?17:31
lordcirth_Siamaster, dmesg -w17:32
SiamasterI have 4 cpus 15.6 GiB ram17:33
lordcirth_Siamaster, 4 cores, ok, but what CPU?17:34
SiamasterAMD FX(tm)-4100 Quad-Core Processor17:34
ioriaGuest_87,  if i were you, i'd start backing up important files17:34
lordcirth_Siamaster, Ok. Do you have the package "amd64-microcode" installed? "apt show amd64-microcode"17:34
Guest_87i can do that17:35
Siamasteryes. It gave some output17:35
Guest_87you mean reinstall?17:35
lordcirth_Siamaster, but does it say it's installed?17:35
Siamasterah no17:35
SiamasterAPT-Manual-Installed: no17:35
ioriaGuest_87,  uname -m17:36
lordcirth_Siamaster, does this print something? "dpkg -l amd64-microcode | grep ii"17:36
Siamasterii  amd64-microcode 3.20180524.1~ubuntu0.18.04.2 amd64        Processor microcode firmware for AMD CPUs17:36
ioriaGuest_87,  i advice against a new 32-bit install17:36
ioriaGuest_87,  what's your cpu ?17:37
lordcirth_Siamaster, ok, so it's installed. Hmm.17:37
Guest_87can the current install be fixed?17:37
Guest_87well here is the thing17:37
ioriaGuest_87,  lsusb17:37
Guest_87my friend he only got me the ssd17:37
Guest_87and i hooked it up to my machine17:37
Guest_87i think they are different cpus...17:37
Guest_87does that matter?17:38
ioriaGuest_87,  i mean, why your fried is using a 32bit install ?17:38
Guest_87right now its an i5 intel17:38
Guest_87not sure, older differnent cpu?17:38
ioriaGuest_87,  your cpu does not matter indeed17:38
lordcirth_Siamaster, are you plugging this USB into a USB hub, front of the PC, or the back?17:39
Siamasterit's to another HDD17:39
Guest_87i could format ething and reinstall, but there aare settings on there like email client, skype settings etc etc17:39
Siamasterinternal HDD17:39
ioriaGuest_87,  32bit support (on ubuntu) is almost dead17:39
Guest_87so i should reinstall?17:40
ioriaGuest_87, in the worst case, yes17:40
lordcirth_Siamaster, oh ok. "apt install smartmontools"17:40
Guest_87do u know how to fix this broken system?17:41
lordcirth_Siamaster, Then "smartctl -a /dev/sdb | nc termbin.com 9999" (substituting sdb for whatever the drive is you are writing to)17:41
Siamasterwhat does this do?17:42
Guest_87how can i resolve these dependcies if apt doesnt work?17:42
nshirelaptopis there a way of setting my login screen background? like the screen behind the password text box, not the lock screen17:42
nshirelaptopI tried opening the "login screen" app but nothing happens after I enter my password17:43
lordcirth_Siamaster, it asks the hard drive for it's error logs and health info, then pastebins it.17:43
Siamastercool! https://termbin.com/g6a117:45
ioriaGuest_87, usually, manually with dpkg17:46
Guest_87that tells me that there are too many erros17:47
SiamasterSo the hard drive is healthy?17:51
ioriaGuest_87, press control + shift +u ; then type '01c0' ; you'll get the pipe symbol ; so you can paste   sudo apt full-upgrade | termbin.com 999917:51
Guest_87trying ..17:56
nshirelaptopso I was just modifying some stuff in /gnome-shell/theme/ubuntu.css18:03
nshirelaptopjust finished writing my modifications to disk when I noticed the line that says "DO NOT EDIT". Is this a big problem?18:04
lordcirth_nshirelaptop, usually that means that upgrades could overwrite your changes.18:05
nshirelaptopis there a place where I should place my modifications?18:06
nshirelaptoplike how apache has the default config and you place your custom config file in the same directory18:06
nshirelaptopwhere it first reads your custom values18:06
Kaladin90Hi guys I am new to Linux and am kind of confused about installing some things. I want this game https://sites.google.com/site/broguegame/ unlike with Windows there isn't a simple install it seems. I downloaded and extracted the folder, navigated to it in terminal and entered ./brogue. But I get this error: error while loading shared libraries:18:08
Kaladin90libSDL-1.2.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory18:08
OerHeks!find libSDL1.218:10
ubottuFound: libsdl1.2-dev, libsdl1.2debian18:10
OerHeksinstall find libSDL1.2debian i guess18:10
OerHekssad that this game does not give install instructions18:10
Kaladin90OerHeks Thanks but how do I do this sorry?18:11
OerHeksin terminal: sudo apt-get install <package>18:11
OerHeksbut update first, properly18:11
Kaladin90OerHeks okay, to update do I just do sudo apt-get update18:12
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`.18:13
OerHekslotuspsychje +1, full/dist-upgrade to make sure you have all the latest stuff18:14
tomreynnshirelaptop: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome-shell/blob/master/data/theme/README.md18:22
Siamastersep 19 19:24:39 siamaster-GA-970A-DS3 kernel: BUG: Bad page state in process pool  pfn:1dc177sep 19 19:24:39 siamaster-GA-970A-DS3 kernel: page:fffffc8ac7705dc0 count:0 mapcount:0 mapping:0000000000040000 index:0x1sep 19 19:24:39 siamaster-GA-970A-DS3 kernel: BUG: unable to handle kernel paging request at 0000000000040070sep 19 19:24:3918:23
Siamastersiamaster-GA-970A-DS3 kernel: #PF error: [normal kernel read fault]18:23
tomreyn!paste | Siamaster18:23
ubottuSiamaster: 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.18:23
lotuspsychjeSiamaster: can you provide a bit more info of your story & details please18:23
SiamasterSo it's probably a bug in ubuntu18:23
lotuspsychjeSiamaster: volunteers might like, your ubuntu version, kernel, dmesg in a pastebin18:24
Siamasterubuntu freezes when I'm copying files to another HDD18:25
Siamasterubuntu 18.04.318:27
tomreynSiamaster: if you'll post your full    dmesg     or    journalctl -b     i am happy to have a look. what you posted now i snot enough.18:29
tomreynbad page state can point to a hardware issue, but there are other possible explanations, it needs more context.18:30
OerHeks!info memtest8618:31
ubottuPackage memtest86 does not exist in bionic18:31
akemhpFor some reason i got no more sound on my Ubuntu 18.04 on this HP laptop, i can adjust the mixer volume in alsamixer, looks like the modules are loaded snd_hda_* and i tried both firefox and vlc, no audio :/ any idea what it could be? i tried to check if it was muted but apparently not.18:34
akemhpHa it works again, there was something muted in fact.18:35
Siamasterhttps://paste.ubuntu.com/p/QX9VZpvH7K/ journalctl18:37
tomreynSiamaster: are you aware that you have posted the same link as before?18:39
Kaladin90OerHeks Now it says libncurses.so can't be found. How did you find the package name again?18:41
OerHeks!find  libncurses18:41
ubottuFound: libncurses5, libncurses5-dbg, libncurses5-dev, libncursesw5, libncursesw5-dbg18:41
OerHeksi bet it is libncurses518:42
Kaladin90Hmm says it is already installed18:43
Kaladin90OerHeks ./brogue: error while loading shared libraries: libncurses.so.618:46
Kaladin90Is the .6 important here?18:46
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OerHeksKaladin90, i don't think so, i have no clue what you need in that game, there is an unofficial IRC channel at QuakeNet #brogue18:50
OerHeks( from their wiki)18:50
OerHeksor ## brogue here on freenode, i spot18:51
tomreynand the download has C source code, too.18:51
Kaladin90Okay thanks18:51
SiamasterSorry, https://termbin.com/o93218:53
OerHeksSiamaster, snap remove gnome-system-monitor # and reinstall perhaps fixed this issue?19:00
tomreynSiamaster: you're wasting RAM (though you have plenty) there, amongst other: "AGP: Your BIOS doesn't leave an aperture memory hole. Please enable the IOMMU option in the BIOS setup. This costs you 64MB of RAM. Mapping aperture over RAM [mem 0xc4000000-0xc7ffffff] (65536KB)"19:05
tomreynyour BIOS version is outdated, both HW rev 1.0 and rev 1.1 have newer versions with newer AGESA code.19:06
tomreynyou have many ACPI errors there ("AE_NOT_FOUND, While resolving a named reference package element"), it's possible a newer bios would fix those.19:07
tomreynsearch also for "Firmware Bug"19:08
SiamasterThanks alot!19:09
SiamasterI will try update my BIOS19:10
tomreynthe graphics card may be seated in the wrong pcie slot, limiting overall pcie bandwidth19:10
SiamasterOk. I will look into that as well if upgrading BIOS doesn't work. Thanks19:11
tomreynSiamaster: the gnome-system-monitor (graphical process list / monitor) you have installed from a snap may slow the system down. it keeps running into an apparmor restriction. you can replace the snap by the package installed from apt (if it's still available there)19:21
brianxi have a cloud box on 16.04 and it's root has gone read only.  other filesystems are still mounted but systemd is not happy.  systemctl reboot just returns:19:21
brianxFailed to connect to bus: Connection refused19:21
brianxis there an alternate way to get a reboot?19:22
fedorafanhey there is there something like a session manager as in mac os?19:22
tomreynSiamaster: other than that i don't see an immediate reason for some storage being slow, but i also don't know which one you were reading and writing to,19:22
fedorafaneverytime I restart all my open windows I lost19:22
tomreyn!sysrq | brianx19:23
ubottubrianx: In 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_key19:23
Aavarhow can I test gnome 3.34? Is there an easy way?19:24
brianxtomreyn: how do i do that in the cloud, i'm 800 miles from the box?19:24
tomreynbrianx: this *may* not work over the network with key presses, though. but you can send these keys to the sysrq-trigger in /proc19:24
brianxthanks tomreyn, trying that....19:25
tomreynbrianx: make sure the system is in a good condition to reboot, though19:25
SiamasterThanks, it's not slow. It makes computer freeze19:26
tomreynbrianx: i.e. / doesn't become read-only just for fun, but due to critical errors. review "dmesg" to understand what happened.19:26
brianxtomreyn: i can't.  systemctl can't stop services and gives the above error for every command.  root is ro, but other volumes are busy.19:26
brianxtomreyn: yes, it's a cloud box...  they have the occasional hickup and go read only.  happens a couple times a year but it's always back to normal after a reboot.19:27
tomreynSiamaster: i see. well try the bios upgrade first.19:27
tomreynbrianx: hmm this doesn't speak for your host, this is pretty serious, may cause data loss, certainly interrupts any services you run / provide.19:28
linuxrhello everyone...so, I just started up my ubuntu computer, launched firefox and...total system freeze. How can I find out what was going on? thanks19:29
brianxtomreyn: yep.  sucks.  hasn't caused data loss yet, fortunately my end goes ro immediately so the disk is in a pretty consistent state.19:29
OerHeksbrianx, does this cloud box vendor give an admin console to run a filesystem/filecheck?19:30
fedorafanlinuxr do you have dualboot19:31
brianxOerHeks: sorta, if it doesn't come up when i get to a computer capable of running it i can use their console.19:31
linuxrfedorafan, nope19:31
tomreynbrianx: which host is it? which kind of virtualization?19:32
fedorafanlinuxr maybe its a hardware issue but I dont know how to check it efficiently there are different tools to do like memtest for ram19:35
linuxrfedorafan, never had issues on this machine...is there a specific log file I could check?19:36
tomreynlinuxr: start by investigating your logs. journalctl -b19:36
fedorafanI dont know sorry but its a good idea19:36
tomreynactually "journalctl -b -1" to see the log from last boot19:36
linuxris that a -1 (one) or -l (L)?19:37
tomreyna "one". you can add -e to jump to the end of the log19:37
brianxtomreyn: it's kvm and i was only able to quiet and reboot.  it wouldn't unmount.  but everything came up clean.  the files that appeared corrupt before the reboot are back to a consistent state.19:38
tomreynalternatively pressing upper case G also does it.19:38
tomreynbrianx: how did those files appear corrupt?19:39
tomreynbrianx: did you check your system logs, yet?19:39
brianxtomreyn: cat.19:39
linuxrso the last entries before the crash are: Sep 19 21:24:19 mymachine systemd[1]: Starting Flush Journal to Persistent Storage...19:39
brianxtomreyn: i checked them before the reboot, the disk had errors.  after the reboot, no errors, not even marked dirty.19:39
linuxrand: systemd-journald[381]: Time spent on flushing to /var is 102.786ms for 775 entries.19:39
tomreynbrianx: what does "the disk had errors" look like?19:40
tomreynlinuxr: so the journal was properly flushed to disk apparently, that's not an issue.19:40
brianxtomreyn: many errors in dmesg, including for example: [3708047.655272] EXT4-fs (dm-0): initial error at time 1566043763: ext4_find_entry:1456: inode 13790519:41
linuxrtomreyn, what was the issue then?19:41
tomreynlinuxr: i.e. the real issue did not make it into the logs19:41
tomreynbrianx: you should really reboot from a recovery system and run offline file system checks against all those file systems you have.19:42
brianxtomreyn: it always looks like someone kicked the san cable.  it's always the same and happens a couple times a year.19:42
tomreynoh if it's just the rats in the datacenter occasionally tripping the san cables then i guess it's fine.19:42
tomreynhave you considered switching to a serious host?19:43
brianxtomreyn: yeah, i should.  but i'm not.  the box just isn't that important and i have a backup.19:43
lordcirth_brianx, if your block devices have a habit of going away, maybe you should be using ZFS.19:43
tomreynthats if you also have spare ram19:44
brianxtomreyn/lordcirth_ which i don't.  it's only got 4gb.19:45
lordcirth_brianx, how IO-intensive is your workload, though?19:45
brianxusually i loose all volumes at once.  this one was unusual that it left some volumes mounted.  maybe they plugged the cable back in quickly this time.19:46
tomreynlinuxr: you should probably stress test your hardware. memtest86+ for RAM, cpuburn or similar for cpu etc.19:46
linuxrCan't find anything suspicious19:46
brianxlordcirth_: not at all.  reads from memory mostly.  writes to logs but there isn't a lot of activity on it.19:46
lordcirth_brianx, then ZFS would probably not use very much RAM. Perhaps you could test it on a VM locally?19:47
brianxlordcirth_: if it were a more important box, i probably would.  i may actually play with it to learn for boxes that are more important.19:48
linuxrtomreyn, yes I'll do that19:48
tomreynlinuxr: you could also post the full system log now for us to review, if you like.  journalctl -b | nc termbin.com 999919:48
lordcirth_I only keep production data on ZFS, if I can help it.19:48
tomreynlinuxr: or   -b -1    if you want to post the one from last boot19:49
tomreyni mean form the previous boot, the one where it failed in the end.19:49
brianxzfs really is something i should be learning how to use at some point soon, not for the problem box from today though.19:49
robertparkerxhow do I find out what port ssh is listening on19:54
robertparkerxrsync for 22 doesn't seem to work19:55
robertparkerxIt sits there19:55
ravernetstat - tulpen19:55
raverLists all ports used19:55
brianxanyway, thanks tomreyn.  up and looking clean.19:55
OerHeksrobertparkerx, opened the ufw firewall? sudo ufw allow ssh19:56
robertparkerxlol I'm trying to find | kkey on swedish layout19:58
Aavarrobertparkerx: it should be right above tab20:00
robertparkerxIts the 1/2 symbol20:01
OerHekslolz, you just typed the / symbol20:01
robertparkerxIt's the terminal I'm trying to use20:02
tomreynctrl+shift+u 007c space20:03
Aavarrobertparkerx: are you sure you have a sweedish layout?20:10
Aavarrobertparkerx: do you have sweedish letters?20:11
carpediembabyHello, I am on a Live CD session after my computer with dual boot windows 10 and ubuntu 18.04 stopped working. When I try to boot, i get: error failure to read or write to hd020:11
robertparkerxYes I am 100% certain its swedish20:13
robertparkerxIt has the accents20:13
robertparkerxIt's this layout https://forums.crackberry.com/blackberry-keyone-f445/keyone-swedish-keyboard-layout-1102928/ but I am missing keys on my keyboard -- the key next to z20:13
tomreynrobertparkerx: did you try what i suggested?20:14
robertparkerxYes it just typed 007c20:14
carpediembabyI tried to open gparted and reformat the partitions but it doesn't work . I get input/output error while writing on /dev/sda120:14
tomreynctrl+shift+u didn't write an u with an underscore?20:14
robertparkerxno sir20:15
Aavarrobertparkerx: It looks to be as you say... next to the z-key... weird...20:15
tomreyncarpediembaby: what is it you're trying to doo now? delete everything on the hard disk you normally boot from?20:17
carpediembabyi was thinking i can delete the ubuntu and another extended partition and reinstall ubuntu20:18
tomreyncarpediembaby: did you run gparted with sudo?20:19
carpediembabytomreyn, no. I didn't think sudo would be required when in live mode. let me try that20:19
carpediembabytomreyn : got the same error again with gparted running in sudo20:21
tomreyncarpediembaby: hmm, yes, indeed those errors you got to see sound more like a potential hardware issue. can you   dmesg | grep ' ata' | nc termbin.com 999920:22
carpediembabytomreyn in gparted, there is a red exclamation mark on the data partition (without explaining what it means). But I can't do anything with any partitions20:23
tomreynyes, not very telling, we need more info.20:23
carpediembabytomreyn https://termbin.com/721k20:23
tomreynthere you go, this looks like a hardware issue.20:24
tomreyncarpediembaby: did you open or move your computer recently?20:24
FlyingPersianhello people. I kinda messed up the wifi on my laptop running ubuntu 18. I wanted to flash one of my smart devices with another firmware and installed a few things to make my laptop simulate the update server for tuya. after a reboot my wifi stopped detecting any wifi networks20:24
carpediembabyits a laptop and i move it often20:24
FlyingPersianI removed all software that was installed with the script, but it's still not fixe20:25
tomreyncarpediembaby: i guess you'll likely need to buy a replacement drive then.20:25
FlyingPersianit installed these tools: dnsmasq hostapd screen curl python3-pip python3-setuptools python3-wheel mosquitto haveged net-tools20:25
tomreyncarpediembaby: that's an internal drive, right?20:26
carpediembabytomreyn i see. anything else i can check before doing that? its an ssd that i haven't even used very much.20:26
carpediembabytomreyn yes, its internal20:27
tomreyncarpediembaby: what'S the output of    readlink -f /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000\:01\:00.1-ata-220:28
Mibix I am trying to copy a drive partitioned like this https://imgur.com/a/Yi2rF2Q to a new smaller drive and am having some troubles it keeps saying "error no space left on drive" but im going from a 275 to a 240 and i am only used 113gb of data on the partion that is on there I did the -icds option and the resize partitions proportionally option20:28
carpediembabytomreyn /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:01:00.1-ata-220:29
tomreyncarpediembaby: what does this return?  hdparm -I /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:01:00.1-ata-2 2>&1 | nc termbin.com 999920:29
tomreyncarpediembaby:   ls -l /dev/disk/by-path/ | nc termbin.com 999920:30
carpediembabytomreyn https://termbin.com/87nr20:31
tomreyncarpediembaby: what does this return?  hdparm -I /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:00:17.0-ata-2 2>&1 | nc termbin.com 999920:31
Mibixanyone good with clonezilla lol20:32
carpediembabytomreyn had to sudo. here is the output: https://termbin.com/gz9i20:32
tomreyncarpediembaby: sudo smartctl -a /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:00:17.0-ata-2 2>&1 | nc termbin.com 999920:34
carpediembabytomreyn command not found20:34
carpediembabytomreyn going to install smarttools20:35
tomreyncarpediembaby: sudo apt update && sudo apt install smartmontools && sudo smartctl -a /dev/disk/by-path/pci-0000:00:17.0-ata-2 2>&1 | nc termbin.com 999920:35
tomreynchoose not to configure the mail server if it asks about that20:36
carpediembabytomreyn https://termbin.com/6or120:38
tomreyn!alis | Mibix: there may be a clonezilla channel20:38
ubottuMibix: there may be a clonezilla channel: 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"20:38
tomreyncarpediembaby: hmm this doesn't actually look so bad. but your system logs did. can you post all of    journalctl -b | nc termbin.com 999920:40
carpediembabytomreyn https://termbin.com/bwlfg20:41
tomreyncarpediembaby: i see you (or someone else) did several smart test runs on this disk in the past. is this because you experienced similar issues before?20:41
carpediembabytomreyn i don't think so. I just installed smarttools now and yesterday i tried to use this command but it wasn't installed and i didn't try to install it20:44
Mibixcan i just clone the ext4 partition my ubuntu install is on to another drive and have it work fine or do i need some kind of partition table20:44
carpediembabytomreyn how much in the past are we talking about?20:44
OerHeksMibix, you asked yesterday too? after cloning reinstall grub with the correct uuid's20:45
tomreyncarpediembaby: 23 days of your computer running (not 23 real days, but more)20:46
thirdenderHey, is there a channel specific to security?20:46
MibixOerHeks im not sure how to do that20:46
Mibixis there a guide you could show me?20:46
tomreyn!alis | thirdender20:46
ubottuthirdender: 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"20:46
OerHekssee the !grub factoid20:47
ubottuGRUB2 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/Grub220:47
thirdendertomreyn: thanks!20:47
tomreynthirdender: if you mean IT security, there's ##security (yes, double hash)20:47
OerHeksi would just reinstall, much faster20:47
thirdenderNah, specifically looking at a CVE and whether it still applies to the currently available packages for Ubuntu 18.0420:47
towlie_hi, my software center is complaining about ssl handshake20:48
towlie_i have a mitm proxy and have the pem20:48
towlie_where do i put it so that it will trust it?20:48
thirdenderThat may fall under IT Security, not sure. I'm assuming there's an Ubuntu security team that moves these things around though.20:48
Mibixlol it would take me weeks to recover from a reinstall20:48
tomreyncarpediembaby: and three more times before that, roughly 2 days of uptime between those earlier tests20:48
carpediembabytomreyn it is unlikely in the last 23 days. I am the only user for several years and i didn't. that is weird...20:48
Mibixprobably longer20:48
carpediembabytomreyn maybe it is run automatically? where do you see this info?20:49
towlie_oh also i already put it in etc/ssl/certs20:49
tomreyncarpediembaby: in your smart log. there's a chance that this data is is incorrect, since this storage is not fully supported by this version of smartmontools20:49
OerHekstowlie_, see this bugreport https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/mitmproxy/+bug/180917920:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1809179 in mitmproxy (Ubuntu) "[bionic] mitmproxy dependencies not met, python3-* packaged libs are too new" [High,Confirmed]20:51
OerHeksfixed in 2.0.2-420:51
tomreyncarpediembaby: can you post   dmidecode | nc termbin.com 9999    as well?20:51
carpediembabytomreyn here it is https://termbin.com/tpbh20:52
johnsmith92Hello! I am trying to install Qbitorrent on Ubuntu 18.04 by adding a PPA and then doing a apt-get update and then trying to install the package but it says not found, any idea why?20:55
johnsmith92Here's the commands I have to run: https://launchpad.net/~qbittorrent-team/+archive/ubuntu/qbittorrent-stable20:56
johnsmith92And the package name is qbitorrent, but aptitude says package not found20:56
OerHeksjohnsmith92, did you run apt update after adding that pps?20:57
akemhpjohnsmith92, Did you write qbittorrent with 2 t and 2 r?20:57
tomreyncarpediembaby: i'm not sure what to do with this, hdparm and smartctl succeeded in communicating with the drive, but your kernel reports a lot of errors while communicating with it. this could be a firmware bug, could be a broken connector (though there ar enot a lot of connectirs between the mainboard and the storage in a laptop). you have a very old mainboard firmware installed, and lenovo has also provided a firmware update for the storage. i20:57
tomreynwould recommend you install both, in this order.20:57
OerHeksi would go for deluge, instead of a ppa bittorrent version20:58
johnsmith92forgot a t, I always thought it was called qbitorrent20:58
johnsmith92thanks lol, i feel really stupid20:59
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akemhpjohnsmith92, happens to all of us, np :P20:59
johnsmith92Thanks! :D20:59
tomreyncarpediembaby: https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-x-series-laptops/thinkpad-x260/20f5/20f5s0w232/pc0jd5tr/downloads/DS10589020:59
carpediembabytomreyn I will try, but i don't think i will be able to install them without being able to boot into windows21:00
tomreyncarpediembaby: for the bios update, they provide an iso image, which you could write to a usb key, i would think. your current bios version is Version: R02ET59W (1.32 ), Release Date: 09/01/2017. scroll down on the page i pointed you to for a release history.21:01
carpediembabytomreyn also i'm not sure if and old firmware would have caused the disk to stop running abruptly21:02
tomreyncarpediembaby: i agree this seems not so likely. on the other hand, i also wouldn't rule it out.21:02
tomreyncarpediembaby: there's a much newer storage firmware for your drive here: https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/gb/en/products/laptops-and-netbooks/thinkpad-x-series-laptops/thinkpad-x260/20f5/20f5s0w232/pc0jd5tr/downloads/DS54023121:05
tomreynthis one does seem to require windows, though21:05
tomreyncarpediembaby: current INTEL SSDSC2KF480H6L firmware version: L37P available firmware version: L43P21:07
carpediembabytomreyn yes i should have been updating them but I haven't21:07
carpediembabyi will try to update the bios but i will still have to resolve the disk issue before updating the disk firmware21:08
carpediembabytomreyn also, the version L37P is not in the list of affected versions in the article you shared21:10
tomreyncarpediembaby: the article i shared? if you're referring to https://support.lenovo.com/de/en/product_security/ps500118 then this is an unrelated issue, but yes, your firmware version is affected by this, too.21:12
tomreyncarpediembaby: your ssd is a SSDSC2KF480H6L, where affected firmware versions are "L38P and below" (according to the article), and yours is L37P, and the latest HP offers is L43P21:14
carpediembabytomreyn: yes i was talking about that and yes, you are right. I conveniently ignored "and below"21:14
carpediembabyNonetheless, I can't upgrade it without first resolving this issue and having a windows os running21:14
tomreyncarpediembaby: why not?21:15
tomreynyes, you'd need windows to use the lenovo firmware update for the ssd. you would not need to install windows to this very disk, though.21:16
tomreynalso, you can try this iso which is intels' version of the firmware updater: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/2874921:16
carpediembabytomreyn: the upgrade is a windows executable and i can't boot into Windows21:17
carpediembabylet me try the iso from intel21:17
tomreyncarpediembaby: intels' product / marketing name for this product series is "Intel SSD Pro 5400s Series"21:23
tomreynthey actually list version 042P as the latest at https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000017245/memory-and-storage.html21:24
akemhpCan any of you recommend a sturdy laptop that is Ubuntu certified?21:26
OerHeksakemhp, there is a wiki with certified hardware21:31
OerHekslast colomn https://certification.ubuntu.com/desktop21:32
towlie_OerHeks, Okay, thanks21:32
twocarlowhat to do when your hardrive got infected with ransomware21:47
tomreyntwocarlo: which ubuntu version are you running?21:48
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twocarlolatest ubuntu21:49
tomreynis the system still running?21:49
twocarlomy windows system is offline im running ubuntu now21:50
tomreynso this is a windows ransomware?21:50
robertparkerxsounds likke it21:51
tomreynif so, try asking in ##windows, i guess21:51
twocarloall of my files has .domn file extension21:51
twocarloadden to it21:51
twocarloadded to it21:51
twocarloi was thinking there is an ubuntu disk utility to bring it back21:53
fribSo I've figured out that firefox is slooowly drawing its window/tabs only for my user when logged in with fluxbox. If I log in with a different desktop or into fluxbox with this user then firefox has no issues. How can I fix this? Thanks21:55
frib*or into fluxbox with a different user21:55
phillipsjktwocarlo, that would only work if the files were simply renamed. If they were actually encrypted as well, I file utilty would not help much.21:55
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tomreyntwocarlo: this is really not an ubuntu support topic, you are looking for support with fixing your windows installation. i don't just want to send you away, though. /join ##windows and maybe ##security and use https://id-ransomware.malwarehunterteam.com/ to identify the ransomware (apparently it belongs to the family called "STOP Ransomware") and read up here https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/704271/domn-ransomware-attack/ - more help on21:57
tomreynthese other channels.21:57
robertparkerxIf SSH isn't listening, how else could I transfer a SSL cert from a live environment to dev environment ?22:14
robertparkerxI was trying to use rsync22:14
robertparkerxwait I think I found the port from /etc/ssh/sshd_config22:16
robertparkerxI couldn't get it earlier because of swedish keyboard layout22:16
wjlafranceHello #ubuntu, I recently upgraded from 18.04 to 19.04 (I know this is unsupported but I couldn't figure out how to install 18.10). Worked great, except now when I'm booting I see "Begin flushing journal to persistent storage" as the last console item, and then I need to mash a combination of Ctrl+Alt+Super+F[1|2|7] until I'll get video. Any ideas on where to start debugging this?22:29
OerHeks18.10 is EOL, 19.04 is fine22:30
wjlafranceI mean 18.04 -> 19.04 skipping a release is not supported.22:30
OerHeksi think do-release-upgrade does that?22:31
TJ-wjlafrance: so you mean you have to FIND the GUI? That sounds like by skipping over 18.10 you didn't receive the releas-upgrade that switched the kernel command-line setting of the GUI's tty from 7 to 122:32
wjlafranceThat sounds about right. Do you know where I can hack that in?22:33
TJ-wjlafrance: what does it show for "cat /proc/cmdline" right now?22:33
wjlafranceTJ-: BOOT_IMAGE=/ROOT/ubuntu-1@/boot/vmlinuz-5.0.0-29-generic root=ZFS=tank/ROOT/ubuntu-1 ro acpi_enforce_resources=lax22:33
TJ-OerHeks: can you recall what the variable is, set in grub, that controls adding the vt=7/1 is for Gnome? I'm on Xubuntu so don't use need that and cannot find the applicable code right now22:37
wjlafranceWas it changed from 7 to 1, or 1 to 7? I have `vt_handoff="1"` in /etc/grub.d/10_linux22:40
tomreyn7 to 122:41
TJ-oh that's the name! vt_handoff... wonder why I got zero hits for "vt" !22:41
TJ-wjlafrance: which tty is the GUI actually on right now?22:41
tomreyn$ rgrep -Fl vt /etc/grub.d/22:41
fallenourhey guys22:42
wjlafranceI'm logged in and using tty4 right now. tty1 has a login screen.22:42
TJ-tomreyn: helps to type a dot not a comma! Perils of typing in the dark, in bed!22:42
fallenourim looking to use /snap/bin/lxd init to setup lxd to use a pre-existing ceph cluster, but I cant seem to get it to work. Im following the prompt, but its just not working, or givin gme options to connect to a previously existing one. Thoughts?22:42
tomreynfallenour: there's non-snap'y lxd, too.22:44
TJ-tomreyn: do you have a line "set vt_handoff=vt.handoff=7" in "if [ "$vt_handoff" = 1 ]; then" stanza in that file?22:44
fallenourI already removed lxd and lxd-client as per the instruction set, so only /snap/bin/lxd exists now22:45
tomreynTJ-: //termbin.com/taij22:45
tomreyn+ "https:"22:45
TJ-no, you have set vt_handoff=vt.handoff=1 (this is in function gfxmode22:46
wjlafranceI have the same, set vt_handoff=vt.handoff=1, but it doesn't show in my /proc/cmdline22:47
TJ-wjlafrance: show us "pastebinit <( grep -n gfxmode /boot/grub/grub.cfg )"22:47
tomreynTJ-: i am convinced this is an unmodified file from 18.04's grub-common package22:47
TJ-wjlafrance: tomreyn  I maintain my own custom grub build and don't use Gnome so my 7 is intended to be different :)22:48
tomreyni see22:48
wjlafranceTJ-: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/jd4VHfvt7X/22:49
TJ-wjlafrance: So we now need to trace what linux_gfx_mode is being set to: "grep linux_gfx_mode /boot/grub/grub.cfg"22:55
fallenourInside the LXD preseed yaml file, how do I configure LXD to use a previously existing Ceph Cluster?22:56
TJ-wjlafrance: that is controlled from /etc/default/grub by GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=<something> which I suspect we'll find isn't being set.22:59
robertparkerxI figured out a way!23:00
wjlafranceTJ-: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/k23w8XcNHt/ <-- output from the grep. Looking in /etc/default/grub, I don't have a GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX= line as you suspect.23:01
TJ-wjlafrance: here's an overview and the values you can use https://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub/html_node/gfxpayload.html#gfxpayload23:02
TJ-wjlafrance: you'd add to /etc/default/grub "GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD=auto" (or maybe "text") then "sudo update-grub" to have it written to /boot/grub/grub.cfg. On next boot it'll take effect23:03
tomreynfallenour: /join #ubuntu-server or /join #ubuntu-core pending on what you're using there.23:03
tomreyn* DEpending ;-)23:04
wjlafranceTJ-, thanks for the help. Made that change and installed, rebooting now. Wish me luck!23:07
* TJ- hides23:07
tomreyncarpediembaby: oh you're back, or still here? i hadn't noticed. any luck with those firmware upgrades?23:10
tomreyn(only) if those don't help, see also this https://superuser.com/questions/1064488/hard-resetting-link-after-ssd-firmware-upgrade23:10
wjlafranceTJ-, I added `GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD=auto` to /etc/default/grub, ran `sudo grub-install /dev/sda` and rebooted. No such luck. Now looking at /boot/grub/grub.cfg I see the gfxmode function and the `if [ "${1}" = "keep" ...` stanza where it would assign vt_handoff, but I'm not sure what that references.23:20
wjlafrance /proc/cmdline remains unchanged23:20
wjlafranceI was disconnected after the last thing I said, sorry.23:21
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tomreynTJ left right before you said this23:23
wjlafranceAw man. Well, I appreciate his help and I'm one step closer to figuring this out.23:24

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