qwertuttytyhttps://paste.ubuntu.com/p/MypbMcj3Pt/ https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/bmpwxP2qYD/ https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/scNpWnDPJh/ Not container vmdk on USB FLASH. Does not see usb flash, nothing to mount. Windows sees as RAW (f2fs). If in a host (Win) for the guest (U-Mate) in the VMw. P. if usb flash I will mount  as the real a physical disk USB flash is visible and works in the guest. Checked for the errors f2fs, no errors in the guest. Usb flash10:08
qwertuttyty 3.0 turned on permanently. MBR f2fs 3.0. Same if you connect to another usb 2.0 controller - log as in usb 2.0 no. Usb 3.0 controller external. "USB vmw. p. driver" does not work in the host Windows - mount as real a physical disk scsi.10:08
qwertuttytySame if you connect to another usb 2.0 controller - log as in usb 2.0 no. Does not see usb flash, nothing to mount10:09
qwertuttytySame if I connect to another usb 2.0 controller - log as in usb 2.0 no. Not bug.  It 's been a long time.10:28
qwertuttytyWin not see as raw not have a letter , but can see in the device manager, in the programs for manage hard drive partitions, in the virtual machine if connected as a physical disk, in ifs driver. external USB controller: VIA Technologies, Inc. VL805 USB 3.0 Host Controller (rev 01) (prog-if 30 [XHCI]), integrated in motherboard USB 2.0.11:45
qwertuttytyHumor: format or not format is the question11:49
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tomreyn!tty | Sbur3 16:36
ubottuSbur3: To get to the TTY terminals 3-6, use the keystroke Ctrl + Alt + F3-F6 respectively. Ctrl-Alt-F2 or Ctrl-Alt-F1 will get you back to your graphical login (Ctrl-Alt-F7 on 16.04). To change TTY resolution, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution16:36
Sbur3I messed up upgrade to 19.1O. Something went wrong during "started brfilter".  Now, boot bring16:37
tomreyn"Now, boot bring" ?16:38
Sbur3brings me to "Oh no  !Something has gone wrong.A problem has occured and the system can't recover. Please log out and try again"16:39
tomreynah, such can happen on pre-releases ;)16:39
Sbur3tomreyn: Got a help for me to get to a shell? I'm thinking about sudo dpkg --configure -a16:40
tomreynare you sure about "brfilter"?16:40
tomreyni don't see any reference to it anywhere16:40
Sbur3tomreyn: Not exactly.  br or bp ... I"m not a hae16:40
Sbur3hardened cv16:41
tomreynabout getting a shell, ubottu told you before you started talking here16:41
Sbur3tomreyn: I saw that obuttu told me that I had to ask here instead of in ubuntu16:42
tomreynbpfilter does exist16:42
tomreyn!tty | Sbur3 16:42
tomreyn<ubottu> Sbur3: To get to the TTY terminals 3-6, use the keystroke Ctrl + Alt + F3-F6 respectively. Ctrl-Alt-F2 or Ctrl-Alt-F1 will get you back to your graphical login (Ctrl-Alt-F7 on 16.04). To change TTY resolution, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ChangeTTYResolution16:42
Sbur3tomreyn: !tty?16:42
Sbur3tomreyn: So F3, F4, F5, or F6?16:43
tomreynyes, any of these16:43
tomreyndo you happen to have proprietary drivers installed?16:44
Sbur3tomreyn: Think that dpkg --configure -a would help?  Just tried F3 combination.  Didn't work. I feel that the keyboard seems unrecognized until the desktop or to the users screen16:45
tomreynso you held down Ctrl and Alt keys and then tapped F3, then released Ctrl and Alt, and nothing happened?16:46
tomreyndpkg --configure -a     may help if your upgrade was interrupted16:47
tomreynthe keyboard should get recognized from the early kernel boot onwards.16:48
Sbur3tomreyn: Yup.  During the 10 secs in Grub boot menu, I can't even choose to get a command line or to edit16:48
tomreynhmm this may rather point to a hardware issue though16:50
tomreyndoes your keyboard work in the bios?16:50
Sbur3tomreyn: It did16:50
Sbur3... before16:51
tomreynso it doesn't now?16:51
Sbur3tomreyn: since the failed upgrade16:51
Sbur3tomreyn: I'm at the users login screeen.  is there a way to get into shell from here? The mouse works fine16:53
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TJ-Sbur3: is the keyboard USB or PS/2 serial?16:54
tomreynSbur3: if your keyboard does not work on bios, not on grub, not for switching to a tty in linux, then it won't work anywhere16:54
Sbur3TJ-: Wireless. "Trust" brand16:55
TJ-Sbur3: does it require its own USB dongle?16:55
Sbur3tomreyn: Maybe, but I'm trying16:55
tomreyndoes it require non-empty batteries?16:56
TJ-Sbur3: batteries flat?16:56
Sbur3TJ-: I believe that the mouse and keyboard share.  But the keyboard worked before16:56
TJ-Sbur3: but doesn't work now, even in firmware, before the OS is even thought of, so keyboard == problem16:56
Sbur3TJ-: I just changed the battery.  Maybe wise to reset the keyboard?16:57
TJ-Sbur3: I don't know about that but if it has to pair to its dongle then it sounds useful16:57
tomreynapparently this keyboard uses bluetooth16:59
tomreynso maybe not an usb dongle?16:59
TJ-If it is bluetooth that infers the firmware has a bluetooth host driver16:59
TJ-Which is unusual16:59
tomreynah they have various, sorry17:00
TJ-My T300chi, which is a transformer with only BT keyboard, doesn't include a BT driver - have to use hardware buttons to navigate firmware setup17:01
tomreynSbur3: can you tell us which keyboard you have there? one of these https://www.trust.com/en/trust/keyboards or one of these https://www.trust.com/en/trust/keyboard-mouse-combos17:02
tomreynprobably one of the latter since you said "I believe that the mouse and keyboard share"17:03
Sbur3Looks like the 21132 Ximo17:06
tomreyn"One USB micro-sized receiver for both devices"17:07
tomreynso you have a usb dongle17:07
tomreyn...which needs to be plugge dinto the computer to make both the mouse and keyboard work17:07
tomreynand both mouse and keyboard have separate power supplies, powered by batteries17:08
tomreynthis keyboard should work universally.17:08
Sbur3tomreyn: I'm an idiot.  The mouse that has always worked and continues to do so is of the brand IT WORKS17:09
Sbur3tomreyn: But the keyboard worked before the attempted upgrade17:10
tomreynSbur3: okay, i don't see new information conveyed there17:12
tomreynother than that the mouses' brand is not "TRUST" but "IT WORKS"17:12
tomreynwhat's not working is the keyboard, though, so I suggest focussing on that.17:12
Sbur3tomreyn: I'm going to replace the keyboard and the mouse tomorrow with a new battery17:13
Sbur3tomreyn: Any idea how to get the keyboard working?17:13
tomreynSbur3: no, i can't know what's wrong with it17:14
TJ-Sbur3: is the mouse that works the one that came with that Trust Ximo wireless keyboard?17:15
tomreynit does seem to be a hardware issue, though, which can range from depleted batteries to a broken 'micro receiver' dongle17:15
Sbur3tomreyn: But another idea?  If not by a Live CD ... if the system is able to boot from DVD?17:15
Sbur3TJ-: Of course not. I keep putting together what works. But I don't have another keyboard17:16
Sbur3tomreyn: TJ-: Thx for the help so far. I'm in Belgium and need to do something else for the moment.  I'll retry tomorrow17:17
TJ-Sbur3: so the working mouse is wired?17:17
Sbur3TJ-: Neither. Mouse wireless17:18
* TJ- rolls eyes17:18
TJ-tomreyn: just noticed this in Gusj's kernel log which is what I think Sbur3 was referring to: "kernel: bpfilter: Loaded bpfilter_umh pid 342"17:55
tomreynTJ-: interesting finding. So... they could be the same person? or be affected by the same / similar bug?18:01
tomreynand look what i find searching the web for bpfilter_umh https://www.exploit-db.com/exploits/4647718:03
tomreynhopefull ynot related18:03
tomreynwell no, probably unrelated, i'm just jumping around18:06
tomreyni also don't think there's any reason to assume Sbur3 and Gusj are the same person or worked with the very same piece of hardware (different IP addresses / countries, different ways of communicating)18:09
TJ-tomreyn: no, not same person, just that Gusj's log shows what looks like the expected, working, output of the report... presumably Sbur3's system fails at that... so we ought to be able to track down what that bpfilter_umh is18:11
TJ-It's the kernel's BPF (Berkeley Packet Filter) layer/user-space interface 18:13
lenny_lemonhow can I stop music playing in background from rhytmbox. application disappeared...18:13
tomreynlenny_lemon: try:    killall rhytmbox    # if it doesn't help, try    killall -9 rhytmbox18:16
tomreynBerkeley Packet Filter, i see18:16
TJ-that's the 'new' kernel programming environment where the programs to be run are compiled in userspace and then loaded into the BPF virtual machine18:17
tomreynthe one wireguard was meant to be using18:17
tomreynUMH is "user mode helper"18:18
lenny_lemontomreyn, it worked now... thanks...18:21
tomreynyou'Re welcome, lenny18:21

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