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lubotManoharVoggu was added by: ManoharVoggu15:52
lubot<ManoharVoggu> Hi everyone. … I forgot my lubuntu password what can I do now🤔15:53
tomreynhi ManoharVoggu15:53
tomreynyou can boot to recovery and set a new password from there15:53
ubottuIf your system fails to boot normally, it may be useful to boot it into recovery mode. For instructions, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveryMode15:53
tomreynthis is assuming you're not using disk encryption and forgot this passphrase as well15:54
ubottuForgot your password? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword What's the root password? See !sudo. Don't see *** in password prompts? That's normal. Sudo doesn't ask for your password? It remembers you for several minutes. Please use strong passwords, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/StrongPasswords15:54
lubot<ManoharVoggu> The thing is I don't see a grub menu.  … I'm on a MacBook and I have lubuntu booted from an external hard drive15:54
lubot<ManoharVoggu> Anyway I can open a shell from the login screen and do something?15:55
tomreynyou'll need to gain root access, which normally requires you to enter your password15:56
tomreynso from the running system it will not be possible, i'm afraid.15:56
lubot<ManoharVoggu> Hmm15:56
tomreyndo you know whether you actually use grub there to boot?15:57
tomreynor something else? i'm not so familiar with macs15:57
lubot<ManoharVoggu> Mac has something called a 'startup manager' in which I can select which drive to boot from … Internal or external15:58
lubot<ManoharVoggu> But unlike ubuntu grub , I don't see options like recovery15:59
tomreyni suspect you may still be using grub, loading after the startup manager.16:00
tomreynjust the menu is hidden by default16:00
tomreynyou may need to press escape repeatedly there.16:00
lubot<ManoharVoggu> Pressing Esc repeatedly sadly didn't work for me, will let u know if something works16:08
lubot<aptghetto> Start a live-system and chroot into the installed os16:11
tomreynit may even work without chroot16:12
tomreynManoharVoggu: ^16:13
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> @ManoharVoggu [Pressing Esc repeatedly sadly didn't work for me, will let u know if something w …], holding/repeatedly pressing shift might also do it16:19
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> @aptghetto [Start a live-system and chroot into the installed os], this can also be done.16:20
lovezrshey,everyone .does any knows how to remove aport/aport-gtk?16:47
lubot<aptghetto> Which version of Lubuntu do you use?16:48
lovezrslubuntu 18.0416:49
lovezrsI type the command sudo apt remove apport  then the system notice me that would remove the lubuntu-desktop  lubuntu-gtk-core  lubuntu-gtk-desktop16:51
lovezrsi am afraid that would be harmful to my lubuntu16:52
tomreynyou could just disable it instead16:53
lubot<aptghetto> Do you have a good reason to remove it?16:54
lovezrsi don't like the error message shown  when i am focus in something16:55
lubot<aptghetto> The error message disturbs you? But the error is no problem?16:56
lovezrsthat's just a harmless error16:58
lovezrsI just don't like the error notice form,because it is useless ,I click the report button for thousands time ,but the next time,it still appeared...16:59
lubot<aptghetto> Disable it: `sudo systemctl stop apport.service && sudo systemctl disable apport.service` should do the trick17:13
wxlif you keep getting error notifications, you likely have something wrong17:14
wxlincluding the possibility of a .crash report sitting around that never gets properly submitted17:14
lovezrslubot: thanks17:33
lovezrswxl: maybe ,but my lubuntu runs well except the error notifications...17:34
wxllovezrs: whta are the errors?17:35
lovezrsI should login twice when I power on my laptop,then the error notification appeared17:37
lovezrsI need login twice when I power on my laptop,then the error notification appeared17:38
lovezrsI did not have a screenshot of the notification,I can't remeber it  now17:39
wxlyou need to login twice? that seems normal???17:39
lovezrsnot noramal ,but i don't care about it :=)17:40
wxlyou have anything in /var/crash?17:40
lovezrsyes,the lightdm's error message17:42
wxlcan you paste that up?17:42
wxlbtw that old 18.04 version you're on is supported only for a few more months. you should really think about an upgrade to 19.10.17:43
lovezrsi have a problem when using paste.ubuntu.com17:46
lovezrsBad Gateway The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.17:46
lovezrs 17:46
lovezrs Apache/2.4.29 (Ubuntu) Server at paste.ubuntu.com Port 44317:46
wxlthen use pastebin.com or termbin.com or share.riseup.net or.............17:46
lovezrsfinally sucess17:47
lubot<aptghetto> What shows `journalctl -b -p err`?17:53
wxlassuming you sent one of those reports today based on https://errors.ubuntu.com/?release=Ubuntu%2018.04&package=lightdm-gtk-greeter&period=day your most likely culprit is bug 142279417:57
ubottubug 1422794 in lightdm-gtk-greeter (Ubuntu) "lightdm-gtk-greeter crashed with SIGSEGV in cairo_surface_get_type()" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/142279417:57
lovezrswow ,I am so lucky :-)17:59
lovezrsit still not be repaired18:00
lovezrsthanks for your helps,I should go to bed now18:06
Lizardmanwxl: GreetRings if you're around20:05
LizardmanSo I've got my fresh 19.10 Lubuntu going, my monitor is native 2K, but I bump it down to 1080p due to how I organize programs, however I've noticed, especially with Qt, that either some DPI setting is in effect or maybe the OS adjusted font sizes at install based on resolution?  Everything is quite large20:06
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> Nice observation.21:05
lubot<The_LoudSpeaker> You can change the font sizes manually I guess.21:05

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