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viktor_is there a way to selectively auto-connect to bluethooth devices (i.e. not auto-connect to some)?03:12
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IrcsomeBot1<Terminator_99> @viktor_, Viktor   Pair your device with another Bluetooth device there after when they are in range they will connect automatically ..05:55
lordievaderGood morning06:11
habbohello my right click of my mouse not work (this is fault of the mouse) i want to know how can i do right click in alternative way usigin Kubuntu. Can anybody help me please?07:50
habbofor exemple Super+Left click should be a nice way to do "right click" for me07:51
sonicxhello07:55
sonicxIm trying to find a linux that will support a old hp pavilion dv600007:55
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IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> hello everybody08:37
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> hello guys08:38
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> (Photo, 660x322) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/0800vrX1/file_26623.jpg08:38
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> i often se this message08:38
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> how i can fix it08:38
lordievader👋08:38
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> @lordievader, help me.. (08:39
IrcsomeBot1<workoutboyy> @workoutboyy, my ram is 4 gb08:39
lordievaderworkoutboyy: What is the output of `top -o '%MEM' -b 1 -n 1`?08:44
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BluesKajHi folks09:46
mind_sagewill the new kubuntu 20.04 solve some of the previous issues it had? what will be new?10:43
BluesKajmind_sage, ask in #ubuntu+1 chat, that's the prerelease chat10:46
mind_sagethanks!10:46
IrcsomeBot1<Linuxophil> @masonbee-M1> <Linuxophil, Mason, sorry, Life got in the way of answering. Your tip helped! That was exactly the kind of help I wanted! One sudo nano /etc/sddm.conf later I was up and running. I just substituted the user2 entry with user1 and everything was fine! Many thanks to you!10:49
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IrcsomeBot1<prathamesh_d> hello all, … can IRC members view the message posted in this group ?14:16
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IrcsomeBot1<prathamesh_d> nice :D14:29
eeosHi everybody! Has anyone ever tried to add google scholar to the list of web shortcuts?16:18
IrcsomeBot1<avinash512> @RikMills, Hi Rik. Is the next iso out?16:32
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IrcsomeBot1<RikMills> The current one from last night has not needed to be changed so far.16:33
eeosHi everybody! Has anyone ever tried to add google scholar to the list of web shortcuts? I do not seem to be able to get it right ....16:36
IrcsomeBot1<avinash512> @RikMills, thanks16:43
eeosor at least anyone who knows where the webshortcuts are stored in kde, so that one can modify them manually .... the interface is pretty bad and crashes very often!16:46
tugapoweranyone here on 20.04 that use filezilla ?16:59
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> I am on 20.04 and I use filezilla but not on 20.04.... (I use it on window at work).17:03
vidoc19hi. I have these USB headphones that do work when I test, however kubuntu won't route audio thru them17:07
tugapowerno good then, needs to be specific on 20.0417:07
eeosOh solved!17:07
vidoc1918.0417:07
user|88171Hi genii17:09
tugapowervidoc19: expand the audio settings, go to advanced17:11
vidoc19tugapower: done17:12
tugapowercheck in advance settings17:12
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> tugapower do you have a site I can test with filezilla to help solve the problem?17:13
vidoc19tugapower: thank you17:13
tugapowervidoc19: the same happens to me when have 2 monitors attached to laptop, both have audio out, and audio manager hide one, and need to go trough advance to make it work17:14
tugapowerDarinMiller: dont have issue connecting17:14
tugapowercan use terminal to connect without issue17:15
tugapowerand like said, even filezilla works good, but first need to type in terminal ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa , type me password , and then filezilla works flawsely17:16
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> oh, gotcha.... hmmmm17:17
tugapowerthis step on 18.04 would not be required because filezilla would prompt me my password to unlock the ssh keys and then connect17:17
tugapowertalking of the exact same filezilla version17:18
tugapowerthe only change was 18.04 to 20.0417:18
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> What version of filezilla?  my 18.04 vm shows 3.28 where 20.04 shows 3.46.317:20
tugapowerDarinMiller: using latest 3.47.2.1 like usual use17:26
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> wooo, 3.47.2.1 fixes hidpi issues... nice!17:32
IrcsomeBot1<RikMills> Many years since I used that!17:33
user|88171Hey genii17:38
IrcsomeBot1<prathamesh_d> Even after adding files to ~/Templates folder, I am unable to view them in Context Menu > New option. … This worked on GNOME, XFCE, Cinnamon DE, but doesnt on KDE Plasma. Is this a bug? … Kubuntu 19.10, Plasma Shell 5.16.517:39
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* genii slides user|88171 a coffee and then goes back to doing actual work while he's at work17:51
user|88171genii  are u busy?17:55
geniiYes, on and off for about the next 3 hours here. If you have a support question, best to just say what the issue is into the main channel here, and someone may be able to tackle it17:59
danihave you tried to delete, format a usb-bootable disk in kubuntu?17:59
danino its not working in dophin, its not working in any standard ubuntu file manager17:59
daniare they crazy???? what for *hitheads are doing such retarded things? should i turn on windows to just right click on the usb-drive to format it, doesnt matter what it contains18:00
danivery funny, people telling about this issues on forums and the answers are do install these or that18:00
user|88171genii the last time you told me that if I did not solve a problem with kubuntu, I would look for you. I had not had time before, but I hope to solve it18:06
user|88171if you are busy tell me when to look for you again18:06
tugapowerdani: same issue for me18:06
tugapowereven the kde partiion manager will close if select usb pen drive18:07
geniiuser|88171: Currently it is just after 2pm here, my work will finish at 5pm local time... so in another 3 to 3 and a half hours from now is a better time18:08
dani@tugapower its just soooo retarded,cant believe it...18:09
user|88171Ok I send you a message in 3 hours, thanks18:09
tugapowerbut its not also the only issue, if format a partition, cannot write to that partition after format18:10
tugapowerneed to issue chwon to that partition my user to be hable to write over there18:10
dani:) ...18:10
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tugapowerseems this issue only affects usb pen drive, just attached a usb ssd and partition manager does not crash18:12
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> USB drive management is definitely more complex than windows.    Closest method to match windows is to use Partition Manager to create new ms dos partition on the desired usb drive, then create an exfat partition.18:14
daniyou are very motivated to figure things out, not bad, i dont have the pation for that18:14
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> If ext4 or other linux file system is used, then additional permissions must be set (definitely not "friendly" for anyone but an admin)18:15
geniiuser|88171: Actually, I just remembered that I have to go buy cat food after work today before the Pet Valu closes at 6pm, so by the time I go there and return, more like 4-4 1/2 hours :(18:15
danithx for answers i hope someday such things will work user-friendly18:18
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> (Photo, 822x527) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/maA9yOns/file_26657.jpg18:18
tugapowerDarinMiller: if you format something, the normal behabiour its expect to acess after the format18:18
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> (Photo, 800x513) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/xaurS40t/file_26658.jpg18:19
tugapowerDarinMiller: for me on 20.04 its not possible18:20
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> (Photo, 800x513) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/x76m0XlR/file_26659.jpg18:20
tugapoweras soon select the usb drive on kde partition manager, it closes18:20
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> All screenshots above were done on 20.0418:20
IrcsomeBot1* DarinMiller grabbing another USB drive...18:21
tugapowerhttps://i.imgur.com/VohDl6S.png18:21
tugapowerhttps://i.imgur.com/6VKPcAw.png18:24
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Hmmm could be a bad USB drive... I just tried 2 other drives: https://imgur.com/a/lgUKwhx18:24
tugapoweras soon the usb pen drive ( Store n Go Drive ) is clicked, it closes the partition manager and gives error18:25
tugapowerthe error report pop ups18:25
tugapowerwell, can use just fine on dolphin that usb drive, windows also have no issue formating18:26
danihihi the kde partition manager is also funny, you must figure out that there is a button "apply" in the left corner to make things happen!18:27
tugapowerDarinMiller: even my android tablet reads just fine that usb drive18:27
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Very strange...18:28
daniafter format the partition, i crated a new one with ntfs fs and now it works, but seriously its toooooo complicated18:28
tugapowerlet me see with gparted, jest to be with conscience clean18:28
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Have you tried mkfs? https://askubuntu.com/questions/86890/how-to-completely-reformat-a-usb-using-fdisk18:29
tugapowerhttps://i.imgur.com/yPB0vOw.png18:31
tugapowerGparted was straigh forward creating an new partion table18:31
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> I have seen corrupted partition wreck havoc on gui apps and command line was the only way for force fix it.  One repaired, other methods would work fine.18:31
tugapowerhttps://i.imgur.com/nq17wAk.png18:32
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Cool.  Try to repeat in KDE partition manager.  If it still fails, please file a bug.18:33
tugapowerwell, kde manager no longer crash now18:33
danican you "see", open fat32 in dophin? i couldnt, so i made ntfs18:33
danidolphin18:33
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> yes, corrupted partition table.  I have seen windows handle comprised tables that cause linux tool to choke.  Sometimes checkdsk will also fix similar issues.18:35
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> compromised^18:35
tugapowerformated the usb pen drive to ext4 and cannot write the that pen drive18:37
tugapowerhttps://i.imgur.com/MT2ZWxc.png18:38
tugapoweronlu user root and group root can write to that usb drive18:39
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> this is where linux is very "unfriendly"18:39
tugapowerwhy linux ? Been using Linux for so many years and never faced such thing18:40
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> on the conmmand line, go to /media/<user>18:40
tugapowerthe first time appeared to me is on Kubuntu 20.0418:40
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> ext4 always default to root user as owner on initial creation.  You must manually set who owns and rw the drive when using native linux file systems.18:41
tugapowersince when ?18:41
tugapowerlike said, kubuntu 20.04 was the first time this appered to me18:42
tugapowerbeen fomating for so long, never needed to take ownership of the newly usb drive formated18:42
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> ever since gnome on 7.10 I have had to manually set permission of USB drives with native linux files systems.  If someone has a easier way, I would be happy to learn.18:42
user|88171Ok genii tell me when can I send you a message18:43
tugapowerwell, Linux Mint does not require such thing18:43
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> this kind of folders are default folders used by system, some systems simply hide them while Kubuntu shows it to you18:43
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> using ext4?  and what tool?18:43
tugapowergparted, disk18:44
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/18154/what-is-the-purpose-of-the-lostfound-folder-in-linux-and-unix18:44
tugapowerboth this tools on Linux mint format and you dont need then to chwon the formated disk18:44
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> They must default chmod +X+R+W when usb drives are formatted... a most excellent default behavior (but I have never seen it).18:44
tugapowerno idea then, maybe was too long with mint, been using mint since 200618:45
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> https://www.howtogeek.com/282374/what-is-the-lostfound-folder-on-linux-and-macos/18:45
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> Mint probably just hides it18:45
tugapowernever faced such issue with formating drives and not being hable to acess18:45
tugapowersalvaconnome: hides what ?18:46
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> https://mintguide.org/other/860-lostfound-what-is-this-directory-for.html18:46
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> the folder18:46
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> the folder is there but not visible to users18:47
tugapowerand what that folder have to do with the format thing you are talking ?18:47
tugapower*you > we18:47
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> in the image you posted there was the lost+found folder. I thought you were talking about not being able to view/delete/edit the content or the folder itself18:49
tugapowerjust formated an usb pen drive of 4gb , that folder is created and is present on usb drive, but cannot copy files unless take ownership of that newly formated created usb drive18:49
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> well that IS weird behavior18:49
tugapowernot according to @DarinMiller18:50
tugapowerfor me it is wird as fu**18:50
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> you should be able to write on a pen drive without taking ownership, I mean, you should have default ownership of a pen drive you just formatted18:50
tugapowerexactely18:51
tugapowerbut this is not happening on Kubuntu 20.0418:51
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> Never had this problem on my Kubuntu / Manjaro KDE systems18:51
tugapowerno idea how it as on 18.04 , but mint on 18.04 base if you format something you can acess without the need of taking ownership18:52
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> did you used a command or a program to format? which one?18:52
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Even with native linux file systems?  NTFS, exfat, and fat32 work fine. but on *buntu distro, the user must always set owner and permissions once USB is formatted with native linux file systems.18:52
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> true, I never formated a pendrive un ext*18:53
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> my pendrives are always FAT or NTFS for compatibility issues18:54
tugapowerforget pen drive, my laptop have 2 SSD, one is enterely to linux , the other have windows and one last 100Gb partiion also dedicated to linux18:54
tugapowerthis partiiton happens the same as the usb if formated to linux fs18:54
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> Hard Drives behave differently than Pen Drives18:55
tugapowerbut on mint for example, like said before, no matter the fs you format, if you format you are the owner and have acess to write after formated18:55
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/422656/how-to-make-an-ext4-formatted-usb-drive-with-full-rw-permissions-for-any-linux-m18:56
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Installation scripts set permission during the install process.18:56
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> what is your purpose of formatting a pendrive on ext*?18:57
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> I usually use partition manager, use dolphin to initiate the mount after the drive is formatted, navigate to /media/$USER/ on command line and then run the chown commands.18:58
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> https://askubuntu.com/questions/954842/flash-drive-ext4-permissions-across-computers-issue18:58
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> Or, I just use exfat and not worry about it.18:59
IrcsomeBot1<salvaconnome> I use exfat or ntfs for transfering files since it is easier for me to have a flash drive that is accessible from *any* computer19:00
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> USB drives and linux tools are not very refined for native linux files systems.  Linux file system are designed for servers and multi-user enviro.  Thus, I had set my expectations accordingly a long time ago.19:01
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user|88171Hi genii are you free???22:29
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simon_hi22:56
simon_if you run 20.04 and gnome, can you see the font Terminus installed?22:56
simon_it's installed off repo, it shows fine in kde but i cannot locate it in gnome :O22:57
user|88171Hey genii are you free???22:59
simon_gnome or any gtk applications. or Qt while run under the gnome22:59
geniiuser|88171: I have a bit of time now, if you can describe what you need assistance with23:58

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