=== BrianG61UK_ is now known as BrianG61UK
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=== BrianG61UK_ is now known as BrianG61UK
baardi want to install barrier(https://github.com/debauchee/barrier), but i am new to install from github on lubuntu. how can i do it?11:54
diogenes_baard, i'd recommend to use the flatpak version instead of building it yourself: https://flathub.org/apps/details/com.github.debauchee.barrier11:58
tomreyn2.3.1 will be in eoan, too.12:00
baarddiogenes,  have download it. but now i get a errorcode12:01
tomreynbut the flatpak may be better if you're like to track new releases.12:01
baardtomreyn, u want the newest stable release12:01
baardtomreyn, i will try your version12:01
diogenes_baard, if you want to install the flatpak then here are the instructions: https://flatpak.org/setup/Ubuntu/12:02
baardtomreyn, i get a fold by downlaoding from https://nl.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/b/barrier/barrier_2.3.1+dfsg-1ubuntu1_i386.deb . if i install it12:04
tomreynbaard: don't do that, use apt.12:04
baardtomreyn, is this the good command: sudo apt install https://packages.ubuntu.com/source/eoan/barrier?12:06
tomreynbaard: no. install the lubuntu 19.10 beta, then run:   sudo apt update && sudo apt install barrier.12:07
baardtomreyn, i have the 32 bit version will is work also?12:08
tomreynbaard: no. 32-bit is dead.12:08
baardbut why i use Lubuntu for the minimun resoures. that is the strong point for lubuntu12:09
tomreynresource allocation and architectures are noit the same thing12:09
baardcan i install the 64 bit version on a 32 bit machine?12:10
tomreynnot really. you can maybe use the flatpak on 18.04 LTS while it remains supported.12:11
baardtomreyn, where and how can i install the flatpak form barrier?12:12
baardfor 32 bit systems12:12
tomreyni don't know what the support status of flatpaks on i386 is. maybe it just works, or not at all, or just in some cases.12:13
tomreyntry what diogenes explained.12:14
baardi get a error message if i will install it from the flatpak link that diogenes send me earlyer12:19
shomi am having troube accessing a running program in the background12:23
shomthe program is brave browser that got closed down due to abrupt shutdown. Now when i restarted it gave me an option to restore, but the entire browser then got minimised and i cant run it again.. I dont want to close it and then start. Is there a way to access this running process12:24
shomits running in the background, but i cannot find a way to run it.12:27
lubot<martinmcmillan> I tried upgrading from Lubuntu 19.04 to 19.10 BETA in place using the eoan-proposed repo. I wound up with a series of uninstallable dependencies. In the end I had to do a clean install. I used 'mkusb' to make the persistent live usb flash drive (add-apt-repository ppa:mkusb/ppa && apt install mkusb).12:57
lubot<martinmcmillan> The installation onto my laptop went fine, but I was left with no wireless. I have a BCM4352 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter. I had to grope around to find and install the driver (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx#STA_-_Internet_accessa), but this step went smoothly.13:02
tomreynso, any issues?13:03
ubottuEoan Ermine is the codename for Ubuntu 19.10 - Support only in #ubuntu+113:04
lubot<martinmcmillan> Apart from having to install the wireless device driver separately, everything seems fine. The wireless worked immediately after proper configuration. it's a HP Envy TS 17 Notebook PC with an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4700MQ CPU @ 2.40GHz and 12GB RAM.13:20
tomreynthat's expected for BCM43xx due to licensing issues.13:22
lubot<martinmcmillan> I don't recall having to do the manual driver installation for 19.04, but I may not be remembering correctly.13:24
lubot<martinmcmillan> I also set up wireguard and that went (surprisingly from my own experience) smoothly.13:25
=== giuseppe_ is now known as claw81
lubot<heysoundude> If you don’t mind me asking, are you using your own Wireguard server, or are you connecting to a VPN provider?16:13
lubot<martinmcmillan> Connecting to a VPN provider.16:15
lubot<heysoundude> Azire?16:16
lubot<martinmcmillan> IVPN16:18
lubot<heysoundude> I’ll have to look them up. I know Nord and Azire have Wireguard servers16:22
lubot<martinmcmillan> If I use Firefox and turn off webrtc I'm not having DNS leaks.16:22
lubot<martinmcmillan> They maintain they don't do any logging.16:23
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> I have my own openvpn set up. With cloudfare dns.16:39
lubot<martinmcmillan> I already had an account with IVPN so I used it to test out wireguard. May go DIY at some point.17:55

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