IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> you can checkout any time you like, but you can never leave....00:56
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kubuntucomo me llamo04:19
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Guest66428alguien sabe como se cambia la distribucion del teclado en kubunt live?04:25
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syddelI just installed Ubuntu on a T450 (wanted to see what Gnome Desktop has been up to lately). I was surprised at how much more "smoother" and responsive Firefox is in Ubuntu compared to Kubuntu on the same laptop. Why is it so?09:33
diogenes_syddel, you can enable hw acceleration for ff in kubuntu and see if that makes any difference.09:36
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills Steam seems to not work on 19.10 .11:26
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> I just installed it.11:28
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> From the repos11:28
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> The updating process of the client seems to work.11:28
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> But then the client does not start.11:28
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> Nvidia?11:29
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> For some seconds there is a process called "steamerrorrepor" running. Then terminated.11:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @RikMills, Yes.11:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Proprietary drivers installed via the Ubiquity installer.11:30
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> GTX 107011:32
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> IIRC the reason is because it doesn't install some of the Nvidia i386 packages.11:37
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> which steam wants11:37
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> steam doesn't prompt the installation of them, I mean11:39
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> So this is not a Kubuntu problem, but a Ubuntu problem?11:41
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> correct11:43
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Well well...11:43
IrcsomeBot<Sick_Rimmit> There are a bunch of CLI tools for helping with Nvidia12:07
IrcsomeBot<Sick_Rimmit> Open a terminal and type12:07
IrcsomeBot<Sick_Rimmit> apropos nvidia12:07
IrcsomeBot<Sick_Rimmit> You can use man or info to find out more about each tool hth12:07
IrcsomeBotprinceofclay was added by: princeofclay12:09
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> In what way is KDE Neon different from Kubuntu?12:14
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IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, In KDE Neon, the KDE guys take the Ubuntu LTS base and use it to make the latest (and thus rolling) KDE stack (Desktop and applications) work. They themself say it is not a distro but just a display of KDE.12:18
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, Kubuntu is a flavor of Ubuntu featuring the Plasma desktop and KDE applications (non rolling). A team of dedicated Kubuntu developers make the Ubuntu bases and KDE stack into a well integrated experience. The defaults in the plasma desktop are WAY better in Kubuntu than in vanilla Plasma. Also, there are LTS and non LTS variants of Kubuntu.12:21
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, For a save bet: You should start with Kubuntu 18.04 LTS.12:22
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> @Linuxophil, Heyy, thanks for taking time to explain in detail12:23
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @Sick_Rimmit, Thanks for your input! I actually mainly want to let the Kubuntu team know about this issue.12:23
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, My pleasure! Are you new to Linux?12:23
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> Yes, I am on Linux Mint Cinnamon atm, but the interface didn't seem as modern. It can be tweaked, and has amazing features, but seems a little outdated.12:24
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> Searching for a good looking, but stable distro12:24
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> Will give this a try12:24
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, I see. Are you familiar with the concept of a distribution base and the independend desktops and applications on top?12:25
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, I really encourage you to take a look at Kubuntu. And definitely stay away from KDE Neon for the time being. It is mainly for developers. User frindlyness is not their goal.12:26
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> @Linuxophil, Similar to Zorin / Mint right? Yes12:26
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, Almost. They all use the base system of Ubuntu and make modifications.12:27
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> Linux Spotlight: Linux Spotlight EP18 - Michael Tunnell https://linuxspotlight.fireside.fm/1812:29
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> @princeofclay, Listen to this episode of Linux spotlight. Michael Tunnel who is interviewed there is a big advocate for the Plasma Desktop and Kubuntu especially. He explains things much better than I ever could.12:30
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> You should be as famous as Linus with that knowledge 😉12:31
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> (Sticker, 512x512) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/dMKHiiYw/file_18899.webp12:31
IrcsomeBot<princeofclay> (Sticker, 512x512) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/dzEUdfhC/file_18900.webp12:31
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> https://youtu.be/tzu_f7OntSs12:32
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> That's the Youtube clip of it (in case you are not into podcasts.12:32
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> And here a series of customizing Plasma. It is a littel outdated, but a lot of things still holds true.12:33
IrcsomeBot<Linuxophil> https://youtu.be/XrsgB48Fr8Q12:33
viewer|29im trying to find out if and how to get unity game engine  on kubunto14:36
viewer|29can some one help me please?14:44
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janusz_Hi I've got a question about Virtual Box and Kubuntu. I'm using wireless adapter that is being recognized by Kubuntu but it's not recognize by the virtualmachine in vbox I can't add it through settings (nothing to add) and yes I do have an extension pack. Does anybody had dad issue ? Perhaps somebody has a resolution for this problem. Thanks in advance.19:45
tomreynjanusz_: you can't pass through wireless adapters. but you can bridge them, or so i would think19:47
janusz_let me check it19:50
janusz_still no wireless extensions which is weird because vbox actually see's the device while bridged.19:55
janusz_but the vm terminal shows nothing available after iwconfig19:56
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mparilloWhen I use virtual box, the host may be on WiFi, but the guest had [virtual] wired networking by default.21:29
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IrcsomeBot<zparihar> @princeofclay, Dominic, I'd vouch for Kubuntu 18.04 LTS as well.  I have quite a bit of experience with most of the Popular desktops (Neon, Mint Cinnamon, Zorin, Manjaro, Debian KDE, OpenSuse (Leap and Tumbleweed) Netrunner (Debian Semi-Rolling version), and wanted something both stable, modern, good lucking and flexible.  It is Kubuntu.  I love all the other projects and did enjoy using all the other Desktops, but Kubuntu 18.0422:20
IrcsomeBot(Minimum Install) is just good.  What's really nice is that they have already released their 9th Maintenance release...and its super stable.  The only other Distributions that comes close to the "Completeness" and stability that I've experienced is "Zorin" and "Netrunner (Debian), however, Zorin has some performance issues - hopefully there next release will be a little bit snappier - and not a very large community. Netrunner is absolutely22:20
IrcsomeBotstunning in its visual appeal and actually think their default application packaging is better than Kubuntu, but a couple of times they had some dependency issues with some KDE apps and when trying to figure it out through the package manager actually left me with a broken system - I'm a 19 year veteran on Linux - and I wasn't being reckless... repackaging dependency issues.  They also have a smaller community.  I like Debian in principle and22:20
IrcsomeBotmany use cases, but when it comes to 3rd party applications, Ubuntu is still a standard.  I'm seeing more Appimage's though.  Kubuntu, Netrunner and Zorin all support Flatpak and Kubuntu and Zorin support Snaps.22:21
IrcsomeBot<zparihar> Another thing with Kubuntu, upgrading from release to release works very good.22:21

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