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scuniziIt's been a while since I've been on IRC.. how do you highlight a nick when responding?00:06
Bashing-omscunizi: That is a function of that users client :)00:09
ubottuAs you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)00:09
scuniziBashing-om: irssi.. looks like type part of nick > click TAB for completion and it does it automatically.. thanks! for some reason that jogged my memory.00:11
Bashing-omscunizi: :D All good00:12
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xrfanghi, I get this error running my app: error while loading shared libraries: libcrypto.so.1.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory02:32
xrfanghowever, the file is actually installed:02:32
xrfanglibssl-dev: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so02:32
xrfanglibssl1.0.0: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so.1.0.002:32
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pragmaticenigmaxrfang: the item is looking for libcrypto.so.1.1 you found libcrypto.so.1.0.0 ... they are not the same02:42
unleadedFeels good to back on Ubuntu. Home.02:43
xrfangpragmaticenigma: thanks02:45
OerHekssuch usually happens when you install non ubuntu libraries02:46
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VoolooI get spammed every hour in console "The system is going down for reboot at ..." how can I turn this off? I think it may be unattended upgrades that does it03:05
k_szeapt keeps telling me this: E: Repository 'https://packages.microsoft.com/ubuntu/19.04/prod disco InRelease' changed its 'Origin' value from 'microsoft-ubuntu-disco-prod disco' to 'vscode stable'04:49
k_szeAnd it keeps asking me: Do you want to accept these changes and continue updating from this repository? [y/N]04:50
k_szeI answer y every time and it still keeps giving me a warning like W: Conflicting distribution: https://packages.microsoft.com/ubuntu/19.04/prod disco InRelease (expected disco but got stable)04:51
parakovskyam looking for a way to permanently map my caps lock to home key in my Ubuntu 19.10 maybe somebody can help me out with this!05:16
xeronatehey I have a windows/xubuntu dual boot thing going on with 2 SSDs. Used grub to switch between the two, but I upgraded my cpu and mobo and now grub is gone. Whats the way to fix this?06:06
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rfmxerox123, so what happens when you boot the new system?07:17
rfmxerox123, sorry, was talking to xeronate who's gone.  I'll go too...07:18
Kharecmorning there07:19
h3b4piu9jthi everyone, I am trying to install a windows game using PlayOnLinux. I have an iso file mounted to /media/. I used PlayOnLinux to install the program. The game is called Chessmaster Grandmaster. But during the installation, I received an "error 1311 file missing". Is this a good channel to ask question about this?07:21
lucky_12345who knows what happened to bazhang? he used to come here07:30
ducasse!wine | h3b4piu9jt07:31
ubottuh3b4piu9jt: WINE is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux - More information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine - Search the !AppDB for application compatibility ratings - Join #winehq for application help - See !virtualizers for running Windows (or another OS) inside Ubuntu07:31
lucky_12345did someone kick me?07:32
lucky_12345i think ubuntu is pretty cool07:32
lucky_12345the startup time is too much though07:33
h3b4piu9jtthank you ducasse07:36
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DirkosI updated my OS yesterday (apt upgrade) but suddenly today my 2nd display stopped working. Anyone who can help me troubleshoot or tell me where to look?08:20
DirkosI already tried to select an already additional driver but without success08:20
aeplusDirkos, does the monitor work by itself?08:46
ducasseDirkos: does 'xrandr --auto' do anything? if not, pastebin the output of 'sudo lshw -C display'08:53
nikolamI left some live video playing in browser last night and went to bed. Woke up to see computer frozen, not responding to commands and hard disk (SSD) lap blinking09:09
nikolamand yes, new several tens of GB written on SSD, even SWAP is disabled..09:10
nikolamI hard reboot it, but I still wonder why Linux in general and Ubuntu 19.10 is totally uncapable to manage it's apps and let system freeze because say, firefox ate RAM or something. Or it was just the case of suspend not bringing machine fast enough.09:11
Dirkosaeplus yeah works fine on another windows laptop.09:18
Dirkosducasse here is the paste: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/hTjMx8nBGH/09:19
Dirkosxrand did not do anything09:19
ducasseyou have hybrid graphics, i think you should wait for someone with experience with that09:21
Dirkosducasse ok, no worries. Always worked fine though. Even after the 19.10 upgrade it was working smooth as hell untill today09:23
ryuonikolam: unlikely. the kernel is perfectly capable of managing RAM. it sounds like a hardware issue or kernel bug.09:25
ducasseDirkos: pastebin output of 'head -20 /var/log/apt/history.log'09:26
ryuoDirkos: this is a laptop? or what exactly09:27
ryuo2nd display makes me think it's a desktop or comparable with dual monitors.09:27
nikolamryuo, I must laugh to that statement that kernel is capable of managing RAM. I were witnessing system locks-up regularly, when Firefox ends up suddely filing the RAM, system is really doesn't care about managing RAM as I am seeing.09:27
nikolamAnd on 8GB machine it was09:28
ryuonikolam: I don't experience OOM situations and I use quite a bit. More likely it's something else.09:28
Dirkosryuo just a laptop with a screen attached09:29
ryuonikolam: google linux OOM killer. it's a method the kernel uses to recover memory. freezes suggest a serious software bug or a hardware issue.09:30
Dirkosducasse  here you go: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/S3FyhjZwpJ/09:30
ryuoexample, most baytrail devices suffer from a common hardware flaw. without the proper workarounds it will freeze very quickly under any OS, that includes windows.09:30
nikolamryuo, yes, OOM were doing nothing to kill it before. it was on multiple different machines. Now I employ FF TAB addon to clear it's RAM use and it started working.09:31
ryuoDirkos: ok. you weren't very specific so i wasn't sure how ducasse would know you had a laptop GPU thing.09:31
ryuonikolam: i've never needed such a thing so i still think it's something specific to your hardware or installation configuration.09:32
ducasseDirkos: seems your kernel was upgraded, have you tried the previous one?09:32
Dirkosducasse not yet, will try thanks09:32
nikolamryuo, it was Ubuntu 19.10 installed on SSD, moved from one machine to another with same results.09:32
nikolambut this onw fresh this morning, I can't sort against other things, yes.09:33
ryuonikolam: then again i don't know how you use firefox. maybe you push it beyond what I do.09:33
ryuo16G physical RAM, ~2G in use right now.09:33
nikolamryuo, and system should handle it and it doesn't. I should look at some OOM manual.09:34
ryuonikolam: that shouldn't be necessary. how do you know it's even an OOM issue?09:34
nikolamryuo, ok. could be standby too.09:35
ryuonikolam: one common source at least with some intel systems is power management issues.09:35
ryuosome chips have known flaws that prevent certain power management features, usually cstates, from functioning properly.09:36
ryuobaytrail had this issue. Linux can only function properly if the defective cstate is not used.09:36
ryuoWindows also has this workaround afaik.09:37
ryuonikolam: when i have weird issues i usually suspect one of these: hardware flaw, BIOS bug (updating these can be a good idea for Linux), or kernel bug09:37
ryuoor a variant of hardware flaw, bad hardware like a bad power supply.09:38
nikolamryuo, I see09:38
Cebottrying to add the ansible ppa as described here: https://launchpad.net/~ansible/+archive/ubuntu/ansible but getting the following error: Cannot add PPA: 'ppa:~ansible/ubuntu/ansible'. / ERROR: '~ansible' user or team does not exist.09:47
ryuoCebot: ... the actual ppa string is ppa:ansible/ansible09:48
Cebotryuo, i must be blind, i see no difference between what the linked website says and what you say?09:49
ryuoCebot: it sounded like you weren't using the right ppa string.09:49
Ceboti used the exact string from the launchpad. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ansible/ansible09:50
ryuoCebot: it's exactly what the website states for the ppa.09:50
ryuothen no idea.09:50
Cebotok, changing my ansible script to use command: cp -r instead of using the copy module as the function i need is only available in 2.809:54
LachezarHey all. I'm noticing somehting very confusing on my Xubuntu 19.10: the /var/log/boot.log is 327 MB and keeps increasing constantly.10:27
Lachezartal /var/log/boot.log shows only one line, but hex-dumping the tail shows repeated:10:29
Lachezar"A start job is running for Hold until boot process finishes up (2h 2min 13s / no limit)"10:29
LachezarPlease advise10:29
LachezarAlso: 'systemctl status' shows 'State: starting'10:29
LachezarAlso: 'systemctl list-jobs' showed 'plymouth-quit-wait.service           start running'10:34
LachezarUsed: 'sudo systemctl stop plymouth-quit-wait.service' and now the system seems to be working.10:34
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BluesKajHowdy all11:18
tmuwaHi BluesKaj11:18
BluesKajhi tmuwa11:19
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laerlingSAPHello. The dpkg manpage states that aptitude is a frontend to dpkg. But the aptitude package does not depend on dpkg, nor does its manpage mention dpkg in any way. How can this be?12:22
laerlingSAPIs the statement just outdated? Or am I missing something?12:22
laerlingSAPSame with dselect, it seems.12:24
guiverclaerlingSAP, I don't know, the packagers/devs have probably got some other way  (https://packages.ubuntu.com/focal/dpkg reports it as ESSENTIAL..)12:30
laerlingSAPguiverc, ah, so they just assume it's installed instead of explicitely depending on it.. Okay then.12:41
ubottuLike apt and apt-get, aptitude is a terminal frontend for Ubuntu's package management system. Unlike the others, it is not recommended in Ubuntu because its behavior differs significantly from other Ubuntu package management tools and can cause issues.12:43
Cheezyou couldn't install the package without dpkg so dpkg has to be installed for the dependency chain to make sense12:43
rockyhm, even with my password entered for "Password" type openvpn connection settings, whenever i try connecting, gnome throws up the password prompt for me to enter the same password... am i missing something obvious? i'm trying to *not* enter a password everytime lol13:04
TomyWorkis there a log file for snap package updates like there is for apt package updates?13:07
ubone/var/log/ ?13:08
TomyWorkyes, for apt that is /var/log/apt/history.log13:09
TomyWorkbut where is it for snap?13:09
ianliuMy Ubuntu is swapping constantly whenever I alt tab. I've executed "vmstat 1" (paste here https://hastebin.com/raw/areyahejok ) and whenever I alt+tab to switch windows, there is a value greater than zero on the "si" column. What could be happening here?13:16
AlexBeDoes Ubuntu have means to downgrade AMI BIOS?13:19
TomyWorkAlexBe, my suggestion would be to ask your mainboard vendor whether they have a way to up/downgrade firmware while running linux13:28
TomyWorksome modern bioses can take a firmware image from a usb drive. consult your mainboard's manual or ask the vendor13:29
kristian_so I asked yesterday for help because I can't find anything in ubuntu software, turns out it's is not responding on our network only.14:08
kristian_have we been blacklisted? o.O? If so what can we do?14:08
kristian_for example this domain is unreachable from our network: http://forum.snapcracft.io/14:10
coz_kristian_, tried reaching that address here,  "cannot be found"14:12
rorykristian_: it's more likely something screwy in your network rather than you've been banned from the repos14:18
rorykristian_: that site doesn't work for me at home either. did you try different mirrors? they all fail?14:18
rorykristian_: https://forum.snapcraft.io/14:19
Hundkristian_: https://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/forum.snapcracft.io14:20
coz_also  https://snapcraft.io/   get there from it14:21
_ikke_When a GPG key expires, does that mean that old packages that were signed with that key are no longer considered valid?14:25
_ikke_(apt gpg key)14:26
kristian_rory, thanks https:// works14:31
kristian_but still ubuntu software doesn't (:14:32
rorykristian_: what happens when you try a different mirror?14:37
kristian_rory, same thing14:48
kristian_I think the problem is that our network somehow doesn't redirect the http to https14:49
kristian_rory, we tried multiple mirrors14:49
rorythe problem with your https://snapcraft.io/ link was you typed snapcrafct14:52
rorykristian_: can you share the output of these commands: (1) cat /etc/apt/sources.list (2) sudo apt update14:53
rorykristian_: on https://paste.ubuntu.com/14:53
jamie_1hey is it possible to go from 18.04 to 19.10 or do i have to go through 19.04?14:56
roryjamie_1: you have to go through 19.04. You can upgrade directly from LTS to LTS, but 19.10 is not an LTS. 20.04 will be.14:57
roryjamie_1: you also have to go through 18.1014:57
jamie_1its prompting me to go to 19.0414:57
jamie_1im on 18.04.314:57
roryI might be mistaken then14:57
BluesKajjamie_1, a clean install is your best bet, just backup your home dir somewhere14:58
rorybut you can only upgrade through the upgrade tool so what is says is gospel14:58
jamie_1i dont have enough spare space on other stuff to do that BluesKaj14:58
jamie_1worse comes to worse if it causes problems I can just rebuild my .configs14:58
jamie_19/10 times thats what breaks14:59
kristian_rory, 1) https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/pj9NwymPxb/ 2) https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/KqDpWBHJS2/14:59
coz_jamie_1, then incremental upgrade is best although I agree with BluesKaj14:59
rorykristian_: after that, does software appear in the search?15:00
jamie_1coz_: i work as a linux system enginer, if i cant keep this install alive i need to find a new job XD15:01
hugottyBluesKaj: I have upgraded 3 systems from 18.04 to to 18.10, 19.04 and 19.10 and haven't had any problems at all. My experience is that clean installs are overrated :P15:01
coz_jamie_1, oh ok, understood15:02
jamie_1the only issues i have ever had is my custom .bashrc and my custom .configs15:02
jamie_1was meant as more of a joke coz_ lol15:02
coz_jamie_1, :)15:02
BluesKajhugotty, well, if you like hopping thru releases, that's your choice15:03
jamie_1if i run into any issues ill replace the .config folder with the defaily and blam it usually starts up fine then i move the configs back one by one15:03
jamie_1till i figure out which one isnt compatible with the new version15:03
coz_jamie_1, sounds like a plan15:04
hugottyWell I'm just saying,  hopping through releases isn't as bad as people make it out to be15:04
BluesKajanyway stuff to do ...later15:04
jamie_1hugotty: i agree, i usually kep an install for a year or two15:04
InteloI did sudo ufw allow 5321 to allow a website running on computer to be access on my phone (pc and phone on same wifi). ip of pc is I access in mobile browser like after doing sudo ufw allow 5321. Cannot access. What can be wrong?15:04
coz_6 months is my limit15:04
jamie_1i dont like having to rebuild my dev enviroment, especially my lxc containers15:04
jamie_1get my lxc containers back to how i like takes forever15:04
jamie_1need to just make a template XD15:05
jamie_1just gotta remember were the defauly .configs are stored XD15:06
hugottyDoes lxc not have something similar to Dockerfile or docker-compose?15:06
jamie_1i forget15:06
jamie_1hugotty: they do, i just havent gotten around to it lol15:06
jamie_1i could probably move my containers to my server but the response time when im not at home is less than desired15:07
jamie_1especially when x forwarding15:07
kristian_rory, no15:07
kristian_rory, I mean I see some software - but nothing I search for (eg. Firefox)15:08
jamie_1i have however been working on seting up a script that i run on an fresh install that repopulates the system with all my configs and software15:09
jamie_1oh boy... the update interface just hung15:09
jamie_1this could be a problem15:09
jamie_1oh wait, there it goes!15:09
jamie_1that was a close one XD15:09
wedrso, I did an remote SSH file copy (command: scp) to my remote server, without specifying the destination...  where did my file go?15:10
jamie_1nowhere usually15:11
jamie_1either that or its in the users home folder15:11
wedrI did :    scp my_file test@[ip]     so, either the file isn't copied over or it's in the /home/test folder?15:11
wedrI should've done    scp my_file test@[ip]:[some destination]15:11
jamie_1with default scp it will not copy without a destination15:12
* wedr fistbumps15:12
jamie_1one of the funniest things imo is when you try to tar without a file to tar XD15:13
jamie_1tar: Cowardly refusing to create an empty archive15:13
ideaPlusCould I achieve this? When after holding the right mouse button for 300 milliseconds, then exec a specific command.15:14
jamie_1ideaPlus: there are a few ways to do it, you could write a python program that can do it, it might also be doable with autokey15:16
ideaPlusI googled two hours. ->_->  Thanks. I'll try it. Not sure if it will achieve my purpose.15:18
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jamie_1well first jump went off without a hitch15:41
jamie_1didnt have to remove a single thing from .config15:41
jamie_1during lunch ill move to 19.1015:42
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BananaBreadhow small can I technically get a Ubuntu Server install?16:16
BananaBreadI really don't want to allocate 35gb disk and 4gb ram for a machine thats only purpose is a syslog forwarder and to duplicate some traffic coming in on ports to two separate machines16:18
rbasakBananaBread: on a VM? Why would you run that in a VM rather than in a container?16:22
rbasakContainers avoid the need to divide up host disk and RAM like that.16:23
BananaBreadI'm well aware of design differences between a container and a VM16:28
BananaBreadI, obviously, have weighed them and decided a VM is still the best solution in this scenario16:28
rypervencheBananaBread: We don't know you or your background, so it's not obvious to us. Please keep that in mind. As for the space, you can definitely get away with sometihng like 10G or 15G disk space, it all depends on what extra things you install. You'll maybe want to test in a VM how much space a default installation takes up.16:37
asdfghanyone can advise me a good wifi adapter for ubuntu 18.04 somethinbg plug and play :)ù16:40
jamie_1well time to see how 19.04 to 19.10 goes :D16:41
jamie_1i want that gnome 3.34.2 :D16:41
mustmodify11:41 AM mustmodify_: I used an older copy of a vm and created a new one. There is some environmental difference. Is there some way I can dump "the environment" (starting with, say, all the env variables that have been set) to a file so I can diff?#ubuntu-unregged Cannot send to nick/channel16:42
mustmodifyI got put into -unregged ... please excuse my copy/paste16:42
jamie_1are you triyng to get the cofigs of the contained system or of the virtual machien itself?16:43
jmwis there a ubuntu tool that inspect deep PDF stuff like color space and spot color? I want to avoid having to use Acrobat pro...16:45
PsynoKhi0hi, anyone familiar with LSI's storcli? I wonder if the disk bus information from journalctl "sd W:X:Y:Z" can be directly mapped to storcli e.g. /c0 /eW /sX16:45
mustmodify@jamie_1: don't want to answer incorrectly... just want to compare bash env to bash env16:47
cluelessperson_Hi there, so I'm trying something slightly odd, but I'm getting a grub console after installing Ubuntu16:53
cluelessperson_just the grub>16:53
cluelessperson_  uh, brb. 1 min16:53
cluelessperson_I'm sorry, I'm back.17:00
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jamie_1whelp, both jumps went well :D17:21
cutecyclehello — is it possible to configure Apt::Periodic values to values less than one day? I'm trying to test my unattended-upgrades configuration17:21
jamie_1went from 18.04 to 19.10 with no issues17:21
OsmodivsDoes anyone here uses the AMD propietary driver for Ubuntu 18.4.3? I can't make it work, all I get is a flickering display17:28
Osmodivseven with the amdgpu.0 option in GRUB17:29
tomreyncutecycle: you'll probably need to modify the systemd timer (or cronjob on older ubuntus) to run on a shorter schedule then17:30
cutecycleI did try modifying the systemd timer... the triggers work but the unattended upgrades script isn't starting (or at least, that's what the log says)17:31
tomreynOsmodivs: head over to amd for support with it please. or just don't use it if you don't strictly have to.17:31
cutecycleis it just an `apt update` to load in any new apt/conf.d configurations?17:35
tomreyncutecycle: personally, i don't know any better. but it's all just scripts so you can just inspect it17:37
tomreynso     systemctl list-timers apt*    lists the timers and the services they trigger,     systemctl show apt-daily.service apt-daily-upgrade.service | grep ^ExecStart    lists the commands these services run and     then you can inspect  /usr/lib/apt/apt.systemd.daily (and optionally /usr/lib/apt/apt-helper) and finally /usr/bin/unattended-upgrade17:41
cutecycleoh apt-daily and apt-daily-upgrade have no ExecStart?17:42
cutecycleat least, no my machine (ec2, 18.04.3)17:43
tomreynthe .service's? they do on my 18.04.3 desktop17:43
cutecyclehave you ever manually installed unattended-upgrades17:45
tomreynmaybe you have an unofficial ami there, or it's just disabled on the cloud images (but i doubt it)17:45
tomreyni've always manually installed unattended-upgrades17:45
cutecyclehm, this might be a good point17:46
cutecycleI'm going to try on our VMware server-live iso17:46
cutecycleoh wait you mean in the apt-daily.service, I was looking int he timer17:48
Osmodivstomreyn: Since it is an Ubuntu system I thought someone here would had some experience with propietary drivers, yes, I really need OpenCL support, but that's cool, I'll go to AMD and ask for help there18:06
tomreyngood luck!18:15
cutecycleare apt timers affected by `date --set`? I'm just trying to test timers at this point18:17
hggdhcutecycle: anything under a scheduler (crontab entries for example) will be affected if you reset the system date/time18:21
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isomarigreetings, I'm on eoan and my kernel is 5.3.0-18-generic. How can I upgrade to the latest kernel? apt update/upgrade and dist-upgrade are not updating the kernel.18:53
ioriaisomari, sudo apt full-upgrade19:00
EriC^^isomari: type "dpkg -l | grep linux"19:00
EriC^^paste in http://paste.ubuntu.com19:01
ioriaisomari, you probably miss the 'linux-generic' package19:01
isomarifull-upgrade didn't work19:03
EriC^^!info linux-generic eoan19:03
ubottulinux-generic (source: linux-meta): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Version (eoan), package size 1 kB, installed size 16 kB19:03
EriC^^isomari: type "sudo apt-get install linux-generic linux-headers-generic linux-image-generic"19:04
ioriaisomari, or sudo apt install --reinstall  linux-generic19:04
SenfMeisterAnyone awake here?19:04
EriC^^!ask | SenfMeister19:04
ubottuSenfMeister: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience19:04
SenfMeisterAnyone have an idea on what to do with the following that hangs up my boot a bit[    6.086054] aufs aufs_fill_super:920:mount[1108]: no arg[    6.100580] overlayfs: missing 'lowerdir'19:05
isomariEric^^: ioria: thanks it worked19:05
EriC^^isomari: no problem19:05
EriC^^SenfMeister: type 'cat /etc/fstab' and pastebin19:06
SenfMeister https://pastebin.com/bmXgUYxe19:07
EriC^^SenfMeister: also "df -h; df -i"19:08
EriC^^SenfMeister: is this a normal instal or a persistent live usb kind of install?19:11
SenfMeistershould be a normal install19:11
SenfMeisterbut with my limited knowledge it looks fun19:11
ioriaSenfMeister, can you boot in OVERY ?19:12
EriC^^why ioria ?19:13
SenfMeisterI can try.. have to change to anther computer with this chat then19:13
ioriaEriC^^, test19:13
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ioriaSenfMeister, just hangs on you cannot boot at all ?19:14
SenfMeisterIt boots .. but it hangs during boot.. but after a while it starts19:14
ioriaSenfMeister, ah, ok... so you don't need the OVERY19:15
SenfMeisterBut the /dev/loop ect.. is that normal. or have I messed it up?19:16
EriC^^SenfMeister: /dev/loop output is normal in df -h19:20
EriC^^SenfMeister: aufs and overlayfs is like sort of a special filesystem where you can overlay 2 stuff, it's used in live usb usually, i dunno what program is trying to mount something using aufs and seems to have some bug19:21
EriC^^maybe in the boot log something shows up before that warning?19:21
EriC^^SenfMeister: anything in "cat /var/log/boot.log" ?19:22
ioriaSenfMeister, also your kernel, please (uname -r)19:23
EriC^^SenfMeister: can you upload can you type "journalctl -b0 | nc termbin.com 9999" and paste the link it gives you?19:23
EriC^^seems like dockerd is using aufs19:27
SenfMeisterone of the purposes with this mashine is to play with Docker and figure how that world works..19:27
ioriaSenfMeister, sounds a warning : https://success.docker.com/article/error-dirperm1-breaks19:28
SenfMeisterthanks..  Guess I have to live with that for now, then.19:29
SenfMeisterMy project with docker is how far can i set up a automated SOC on my private network, and will it catch anything19:30
SenfMeisterbut thanks a lot for the help19:34
ioriaSenfMeister, i don't use docker, but i think you can start it manually and disable it at boot time19:35
EriC^^SenfMeister: maybe you could ^19:35
EriC^^if you dont need it to autostart or something19:36
SenfMeisterI do need the autostart in the setup I'm building19:36
astropirateI am installing  Ubuntu 19.10 on a Thinkpad X1 Extreme Gen 2 laptop, and it keeps freezing up randomly... I have no choice but to force reboot it. Has anyone run into this?19:37
astropirateI actually finished installing, but it still freezes up after a reboot.19:37
ioriaSenfMeister, then, considering that you're using the snap ver, you might try another format (if any available)19:38
ioriaastropirate, nvidia gtx something ?  if yes, bott with nomodeset19:40
astropirateioria, thanks, giving that a try now19:40
astropirateioria, Thanks!! that did it. That and using nvidia prop drivers19:54
ioriaastropirate, yes19:54
coconutAny proper way to request a feature like hybrid support (UEFI) to the nvidia drivers and or linux kernel?19:57
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Habbie,v openjdk-11-jre-headless21:03
Ramon31Looking for help with system-wide disk mounts.  I have one that works as expected, the other requires authentication once the user is logged in.21:12
Ramon31Both disks are identically conifgured in fstab21:12
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Zedaxhello there, has anyone tried any of the amd x570 motherboards and checked if edac appears as working in the log?21:19
ElagostAnyone else have a system that crashes on idle instead of suspending?21:29
Elagost(specifically I have a dell latitude e5490 with an i7-8650u CPU.)21:30
jkwiatkohi there, qq i have firefox installed as a snap on 19.10. I notice that when I download a file (yaml for example) and i click on the downloads icon in the browser, firefox doesnt open it nor is it able to open nautilus when i click on containing files21:44
jkwiatkoi believe it is a snap permissions or maybe a snap connections issue, but im unsure how to solve it21:44
jkwiatkoit seems similar to this issue but the marked solution `snap connect` command didn't change anything21:46
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robertparkerxwhy when I set upload_max_filesize and post_max_size in the active ini reported by phpinfo it doesn't change22:23
jkwiatkoThis resolved my issue:snap connect firefox:removable-media22:26
robertparkerxI had to sudo systemctl restart php7.3-fpm22:27
parakovskydoes anybody know how to change keys in ubuntu for example to map caps lock to home (it's not in tweaks)22:33
EriC^^parakovsky: xmodmap can do it22:35
akkparakovsky: There are various ways, but xmodmap is probably the most common.22:35
pragmaticenigmaAs of 2013, Ubuntu and derivatives no longer use xmodmap22:35
pragmaticenigmaxkb is the recommended tool for remapping keys22:35
pragmaticenigma!info xkb | parakovsky22:36
ubottuparakovsky: Package xkb does not exist in eoan22:36
pragmaticenigmaparakovsky: https://askubuntu.com/a/34738222:36
pragmaticenigmafor some reason the bot is being stubborn22:36
akkI'm not a big fan of xmodmap (fortunately what remapping I need can be done with /etc/default/keyboard), but something that requires editing files in /usr/share/X11/xkb/symbols/ and restarting X doesn't seem quite a replacement for xmodmap.22:52
Obsdarkhello good people23:04
Obsdarka quick question23:04
Obsdarki'm trying to stream to youtube from a console in an automatic way23:04
Obsdarkwhat program can allow me to make a livestream to youtube from the cmd?23:04
Obsdarkand hopefully headless?23:05
EriC^^Obsdark: obsproject streaming a gui terminal window maybe?23:07
Obsdarkit allow me to bypass the need to receive with an open browser the streaming?23:08
Obsdarkin youtube?23:08
Obsdarkbecause right now, i'm streaming there using ffmpeg23:08
Obsdarkbut i need to open a browser in another pc with my account and 'receive' the streaming23:09
Obsdarkalternatibly (and i don't know if this works but) exist a terminal browser than i can use to do this operation?23:09
EriC^^Obsdark: there are a bunch of terminal browsers, lynx is an example23:11
Obsdarkcool, did any of them sound to you like the think than i need?23:11
EriC^^here's a list https://askubuntu.com/questions/29540/browsing-the-internet-from-the-command-line23:11
Obsdarkthanks Eric23:11
Obsdarkanyone you recommend in particular?23:11
EriC^^i dont really use them so i cant say, w3m seems to support images though that's nice23:12
SJrUsing Ubuntu 19.10 I can't with the built in display channels change the resolution of my display it is stuck at 4k, any ideas?23:17
Obsdarkthanks Eric, i'll have that in mind23:20
EriC^^no problem Obsdark23:24

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