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Regorwhats the command to monitor bandwidth consumption ?09:17
diogenes_Regor, you can use etherape.09:27
nikolamany chance someone remembers, how to change location or turn off displaying of volume level pop-up window, while I am changing the volume.09:45
nikolamIt interferes with changing the volume, in the upper-right corner of the screen09:45
rud0lfi think it's a common notification popup09:46
rud0lfand you can change it in notifiation settings to either corner09:46
rud0lfbut it's gonna affect every else notification09:47
nikolamThanks, it surely interferes. I moved it to lower right for now, because on lower left comes up Thunderbird mail notifications09:54
guivercRegor, `iftop` (interface top) is a cli monitor of bandwidth usage; there are many (won't be as pretty as etherape)10:15
Regorusing iftop ....its cool ! 😀️10:23
xubuntu63whey all. Anyone having issues with Xubuntu 19.10 and ZFS?13:35
tomreynno polls please, describe the issue.13:47
xubuntu63wrighto. sry. Clean default install using experimental XFS option on a Thinkpad  SL300 laptop. On completion, I reboot into the newly installed OS, where it runs fine for a couple of hours. It then freezes on  firefox browsing, and the only way to get out is to force reboot with reisub. After that I reboot and get to login screen, but am now stuck13:59
xubuntu63win login loop. I fall back to console to try a couple of fixes, but find nothing in my home directory. I then rolled back to a snapshot I took, but still have same login  loop issue.13:59
diogenes_experimental XFS or ZFS?14:01
tomreynxubuntu63w: what are the hardware specifications? ram, graphics card?14:02
xubuntu63wSorry, typo - ZFS14:02
tomreynhttps://support.lenovo.com/de/en/solutions/pd010318 states "Supports maximum memory up to 4GB". that's not enough for zfs.14:04
tomreynbug 184778514:05
ubottubug 1847785 in ubiquity (Ubuntu) "eoan: zfs install option - don't install on systems less than 4GB of memory" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184778514:05
tomreynrequrements may be a bit lower for ubuntu, and it may be possible to limit the memory overhead of ZFS, but even if you have 4 GB RAM installed (of which some hundreds will be used by intel graphics) it'll get difficult to run a full graphical desktop on top.14:09
xubuntu63wyeah, I have 3gig. I didn't really chase up specs for ZFS on ubuntu, but I did note that ZFS on Linux has minimum reqs of 2 gig, so I thought I might get away with it, especially with the lower resource requirements of xubuntu. Obviously not enough going off the bug notes though.........14:22
xubuntu63wAll good. Going back to ext4. Thanks.14:31
tomreynyou're welcome!14:33
xubuntu96wsorry , dont speaking english, i need Espanish20:39
xubuntu96wneed password Xubuntu 120420:40
tomreyn!es | xubuntu96w20:40
ubottuxubuntu96w: En la mayoría de los canales de Ubuntu, se habla sólo en inglés. Si busca ayuda en español entre al canal #ubuntu-es; escriba " /join #ubuntu-es " (sin comillas) y presione intro.20:40
ubottuXubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin) reached End-of-Life April 26, 2015: http://xubuntu.org/news/xubuntu-12-04-end-of-life/20:41
xubuntu96wok , thanks(y) :]20:43
tomreynde nada20:47
travisebro92Can I ask why is xubuntu not supporting 32 bit on the 19.10 xubuntu is based on light system this is why they created I mean it been populur sinse I can remember people still have 32 bit processors and it kind of odd why there not going to stop supporting it21:55
Unit193Xubuntu doesn't actually target light systems, it just happens to do decently on them.  Ubuntu as a whole is deprecating 32bit, so it'd be impossible for Xubuntu to continue on that.21:56
Unit193I guess that wasn't the desired answer..22:01

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