CarlFKFurretUber: my guess xserver-xorg-core  based on:  https://packages.ubuntu.com/focal/amd64/xserver-xorg-core/filelist /usr/lib/xorg/modules/drivers/modesetting_drv.so00:01
lotuspsychjegood morning02:01
Ben64just installed 20.04 on my laptop02:54
Smedleshi all.... focal is running fine on a clean install, but if I mount my 18.04 /home partition; I get an 'Oh No! Something has gone wrong/' error immediately after logging in03:45
Smedlesany suggestions on working out what it doesn't like?03:46
Bashing-omSmedles: How and where is the 18.04 /home partition mounted ?03:55
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SmedlesBashing-om: I selected the partition during install, and mounted it as /home - I'll assume it added an entry in fstab04:05
Smedles(my current focal install is *not* using the 18.04 /home partition - as I wanted to confirm that was the source of the issue)04:05
Bashing-omSmedles: we then need to look at it = pastenin ' cat /etc/fstab ; sudo blkid -c /dev/null ' .04:06
Smedlesfrom a command prompt in focal?04:07
Bashing-omSmedles: Affirmed from focal terminal interface.04:08
Smedlesok - rebooting now04:08
SmedlesBashing-om: https://pastebin.com/cDtSyigm04:28
SmedlesBashing-om: the other point of note, is that focal was working with the 18.04 /home up until a few weeks ago. After some package updates it broke04:31
Smedlesa fresh install with this partition as /home fails in the same way04:32
lotuspsychjenice Ben64 did you pick -desktop?04:33
Bashing-omSmedles: with the /home on another drive - out f my experience range - the hard drive not up when /nvme0n1p1 comes up ?04:37
SmedlesBashing-om: /dev/sda is also an ssd - so pretty unlikely (imho)04:41
Smedlesnothing stood out in syslog04:43
Smedles(to me)04:43
Ben64lotuspsychje: yeah05:02
Ben64installed flashback, trying to set things up how I like05:02
Ben64theming is still wonky05:02
Bashing-omSmedles: where is focus' /home ? and what is on nvme0n1p5 nvme0n1p6 ?05:05
jphilipsThe #UbuntuTestingWeek has begun today, so all those interested to help improve the stability of Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, please read this - https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/testing-ubuntu-20-04-lts-official-ubuntu-flavors/1405305:31
SmedlesBashing-om: nvme0n1p5  is ubuntu 18.04; nvme0n1p56 is the focal install05:44
Smedlesthe shared /home is on a separate ssd05:45
Bashing-omSmedles: Sorry out of time here . Must leave.05:46
Smedlesno probs05:46
lotuspsychjeBen64: cool flashback, been a while since ive tested that08:12
mind_sageHi everyone, will the new ubuntu 20.04 solve some of the previous issues it had? What will be new?10:47
lotuspsychjemind_sage: what kind of issues did you had?10:47
mind_sagemostly with drivers, but the file search didn't work either, as well as many basic features (in-built mic and cam, touchpad gestures)10:49
pmjdebruijnmind_sage: presumably you are referring to a specific laptop?10:50
pmjdebruijnmind_sage: what's the last version you tested 19.10? or 18.04 (without or without HWE)?10:50
pmjdebruijnbtw, presumaing it's a laptop, having the camera not working is odd, you'd think it would be a UVC device?10:51
mind_sageyes, a laptop, sorry10:53
mind_sagelenovo legion gaming laptop10:53
mind_sageand I used 18.04 LTS 10:53
mind_sage(kubuntu though)10:54
lotuspsychjemind_sage: did you update your bios to latest?10:58
lotuspsychjemind_sage: using 20.04 the LTS way also means waiting till 20.04.1 comes out, to upgrade from 18.0411:00
lotuspsychjemind_sage: this way many more bus will be solved and you will get a smoother LTS experience11:00
mind_sageI really hope so11:01
pmjdebruijnmind_sage: keep in mind the "Gaming" laptop often tend to have more issues than regular ones, companies tend to do weird stuff in those11:01
mind_sagesince now I'm back on windows11:01
pmjdebruijn(it's a bit an a generalisation, but often true)11:01
pmjdebruijnmind_sage: did you buy the laptop with the intent to run linux on it? or is that something that's just come up later?11:10
mind_sagecame up later11:10
pmjdebruijnok, then it makes more sense11:11
pmjdebruijnbtw, you can easily test by start a 20.04 live desktop11:11
pmjdebruijnfrom a usb drive11:11
pmjdebruijnyou don't need to install to test the cam/mic ad touchpad11:11
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howarthAfter dist-upgrading from 19.10 to 20.04, I found that the ubuntu software manager package appeared to no longer be part of 20.04 but the ubuntu-desktop virtual package didn't install an obvious replacement. What is the deal with that?15:24
howarthNever mind. Found it. Odd that the dist-upgrade stripped it out of the dock.15:25
masteromanHey all. I've noticed some issues with Root-on-ZFS installer on daily Focal image. Is this the right place to report such issue with more details?15:32
psyminI guess if you don't get much input here, this path could work https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FocalFossa/ReleaseNotes#Reporting_bugs15:43
masteromanApparently I'm just now noticing answers.launchpad.net. Will ask question there. Thank you!15:48
psymingood luck and thanks for helping!15:49
masteromanThanks. Posted question under https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/689661 , we'll see if I provided all the required info or not :-) 15:52
halvorsWill the beta be released to day? Or is it just a state of the development branch?16:38
oerheksyes, it will be released today, halvors 16:39
oerheksi read from the team; Looks like ubuntu, xubuntu, ubuntu-mate, ubuntu-budgie, ubuntustudio will get respun beta candidate images in a bit, to get a zfs fix in16:39
oerheks.. and you want that fix :-P16:39
lotuspsychjewelcome thebiffman_ 17:02
lotuspsychjewelcome tugapower 17:03
tugapowerwhats this here ?17:03
lotuspsychjethe support channel for 20.0417:03
tugapowerlotuspsychje: hi17:03
wrlotuspsychje, alt+f2 xfce4-terminal will do it, but any shortcut key? plus i need to start ssh, what would be command17:03
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tugapoweranyone here on 20.04 that use Filezilla ?17:04
wrsudo systemctl enable ssh?17:04
lotuspsychjeask your specific question to the channel tugapower and see if volunteers can help17:04
lotuspsychjewr: this channel is not for 14.04, as i said, its eol17:05
tugapowerprior behabiour on 18.04 when open server over filezilla, it would prompt me password to unlock the ssh keys, and then connecte to the server17:05
wrlotuspsychje, i know, but commands work, no? i need to do an update on it but ssh has to be working ;)17:05
tugapoweron 20.04 it does not happen and it fails straigh forward the connection to server17:05
tugapowerbut if type ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa over terminal, type the password, then filezilla will be hable to conect xitout issues17:06
tugapowerwitout this filezilla will not even prompt for the password, it trows error on connection17:08
wrlotuspsychje, http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/09/enable-ssh-in-ubuntu-14-10-server-desktop/ ok?17:08
lotuspsychjewr: 14.04 is end of life, means no support anymore17:09
lotuspsychjewr: download a supported version from the topic in #ubuntu please17:09
tugapowerlotuspsychje: anytip to my issue ?17:10
wrbig news17:10
oerhekshttps://help.ubuntu.com/lts/serverguide/openssh-server.html good start17:20
halvorsoerheks: What do i need ZFS for?17:25
halvorsoerheks: Is that the only reason for creating new images? Should i use that or just switch with my current development branch install?17:26
oerheksit is pretty important, zfs and servers17:26
halvorsBut for my desktop?17:27
oerheksjust wait and see, there is progress17:27
halvorsI would rather use btrfs anyway17:27
halvorsI have a problem with wine-development package from Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, i get this error: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2SRc7GnkVw/ 17:28
halvorsIs the wine-development package missing dependencies?17:28
lotuspsychjehalvors: pastebin your errors if you find something please, volunteers might help you17:29
halvorslotuspsychje: Um, i did?...17:29
halvorslotuspsychje: In case you missed it:17:30
halvorsI have a problem with wine-development package from Ubuntu 20.04 LTS, i get this error: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2SRc7GnkVw/17:30
lotuspsychjeoh sorry missed that17:30
tugapowerhalvors: do you have libcrypt-2.30.so ?17:49
tugapowerwich glibc you have ?17:51
halvorstugapower: how to check?17:52
oerheksmissing lib32-libldap?17:53
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1867431 in glibc (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1867423 ERROR got an error from dpkg for pkg: 'libc6'" [Critical,Fix released]17:53
oerheksreinstall, or fix missing..17:53
halvorsoerheks: don't think this bug is the problem, login and sudo works just fine and no packages failed to install.17:54
tugapowernot that17:55
tugapowerread the all bug from coments17:55
tugapowerits not too much to read17:55
tugapowerbut people talk about that lib missing17:55
halvorsthink it was fixed after i did install my system.17:56
halvorslrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 16 mars  15 00:21 /lib32/libcrypt.so.1 -> libcrypt-2.31.so17:56
halvorsalso not in the /lib64 folder17:56
tugapowermaybe reinstall that package may fix your issue17:58
halvorstugapower: Did, apt install --reinstall libkrb5-26-heimdal, no difference.18:01
halvorsboth /lib32/libcrypt.so.1 and /lib/i386-linux-gnu/libkrb5.so.26 exists, maybe libcrypt.so.1 does not support XCRYPT_2.0?18:02
halvorsHmm, what is this? https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/glibc/+bug/186743218:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1867432 in glibc (Ubuntu) "Please stop building libcrypt for multilib packages (Ubuntu 20.04)" [Undecided,New]18:03
halvorsfix is already in apt repositories? i have updated my system from main server18:03
halvorslibc6-amd64:i386 is not installed on my system18:04
halvorsoerheks: why would i need lib32-libldap?18:13
tugapowerhalvors: that fix is only deployed trough debian, ubuntu does not have the fix yet18:15
halvorstugapower: ok, when will those changes be pulled downstream?18:16
tugapowerhave no idea mate18:16
tugapowerjust a regular user like you18:16
halvorstugapower: It seems to only affect i386 :-S18:16
halvorsTrying to use LD_PRELOAD i get this: ERROR: ld.so: object '/lib32/libcrypt.so.1' from LD_PRELOAD cannot be preloaded (wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS32): ignored.18:23
halvorsis wine supposed to load the 64 bit libcrypt library?18:24
halvorsIs it ok to update this bug report or should i create a new one? 19:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1867432 in glibc (Ubuntu) "Please stop building libcrypt for multilib packages (Ubuntu 20.04)" [Undecided,In progress]19:12
halvorsSo the problem here is that /lib32/libcrypt.so.1 is found first by the linker, similar to what's happening in Debian (https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=951880) but in my case for lib32.19:13
halvorsSeems the library in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libcrypt.so.1 works just fine, my dirty workaround for this was to create a link: ln -s /lib32/libcrypt.so.1 /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libcrypt.so.119:13
ubottuDebian bug 951880 in libc6-amd64 "libcrypt.so.1 in bullseye" [Important,Fixed]19:13
donofriois this still for 20.04 or 20.10 now that we are in april?21:02
dax20.04 until 20.04 comes out21:04
daxthen pretty much useless until the 20.10 toolchain happens21:04
donofriok tnx21:05
dax20.04 comes out on the 23rd21:05
donofrioawesome news21:05
Bashing-omSmedles: Got the /home directories functional ?22:26
SmedlesBashing-om: nope :(22:57
Bashing-omSmedles: refresh my memory for the end goal here and we have another fo at it :D22:58
SmedlesBashing-om: main reason for sharing /home is due to a large virtualbox image ...23:02
Smedlesmy thoughts are to copy over my 18.04 /home excluding some large directories and confirm it breaks with focal; then try removing/deleting folders til I confirm what's causing it23:03
Bashing-omSmedles: A shared home is not a good idea due to differing config files . Do you not just want to mount that external /home partition ?23:03
SmedlesBashing-om: i'm slowly learning that23:04
Smedlesit always seemed to work ok with 18.04 + 19.1023:05
Smedlesbut I'll re-engineer things :)23:05
Bashing-omSmedles: This help: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Partitioning/Home/Moving ? 23:08
valoriewhat works for me is having a small $HOME and a large /media/Data23:14
valorieData can easily live on a HD, while lil home is on the SSD with /23:15
SmedlesBashing-om: I'm also wondering what will happen when I eventually uprade the 18.04 partition to 20.0423:20
Smedlesvalorie: I'll look at doing something similar23:20
valoriean advantage for me was that I created it by rsyncing from my backups23:21
valorieso I know that my backups were good23:21
valorieI've lost a lot a few times from bad backups23:22
Bashing-omSmedles: As it is an external partition an upgrade will not affect it. But ! I do not recall where that external /home is located.23:22
SmedlesBashing-om: / is on an nvme drive, /home on a ssd23:45

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