oerheksCashDash123, use paste.ubuntu.com, post url, wait and see00:01
CashDash123I haven't tried myself,but any idea why this failed? https://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/v5.4.29/BUILD.LOG.i38600:02
oerheksdunno, maybe they dropped 32 bit kernels from mainline? i see no i386 in 5.5.14 too00:07
Elodinhello, most gnome applications i'm using are losing their top bar when going on fullscreen mode, have anyone seen a similar problem?00:09
oerhekswith F11 ?00:10
oerheksthat is normal behaviour.00:10
Elodinoerheks: so gedit is the outliner cuz when i put my mouse on top of the screen it shows as if it were a dropdown00:11
CashDash123doesn't mean I can't try and compile it myself,but that's proabably out of the offical support scope00:11
Elodinalso system-monitor doens't hide its title bar at all00:12
oerheksELon, just maximize?00:17
oerheksfull screen is fun with video, or presentation.00:17
Elodinnah, ill open some ticket issues.00:18
AlmarShenwansarnold: what to do with that? (grub menu)00:21
LoimyI am new to Ubuntu (and Linux more generally) and I have attempting to boot 18.04 from a laptop. Upon trying to run Ubuntu, the computer reports heat issues for the CPUs. Is there a solution to this?00:27
troyreadyIs anyone else able to sign the CLA at https://ubuntu.com/legal/contributors/agreement ? I submitted it (as an individual) some weeks ago but was never able to get the GitHub bot to verify that I had done it. Now the captcha at the bottom just looks like gibberish to me (issues has persisted for days, and is consistent in Chromium & Firefox)00:33
pragmaticenigmatroyready: This channel is run by volunteers and is not monitored by those incharge of that application.00:41
troyreadyAnyone know if the CLA app is on launchpad, or what an appropriate support venue would be? I'm specifically trying to work with the snap dev team, but I'm not sure they own the app.00:44
pragmaticenigmayou might be able to file a bug ticket on launchpad, that might get things moving along00:45
GoopHow do you run a program when the Unity desktop starts?00:47
pragmaticenigmaLoimy: The high heat warning is hardware issue. Likely because your computer has accumulated dust in the heat sink and isn't effectively able to cool itself. There are other possible scenarios, I would encourage you to open up the laptop and make sure the cooling fans, vents and heat sinks are free and clear of any dust and debrise (or find someone you now and trust to help you take apart your machine)00:48
pragmaticenigmaGoop: what version of Ubuntu are you running?00:48
Gooppragmaticenigma, 18.04 at the moment.00:48
GoopI am running Unity though.00:48
pragmaticenigmaI haven't run Unity in a long time, but there should be something called "Application Startup" I think, where you can configure programs to automatically start when you login00:50
GoopBefore the login, when the desktop environment starts up.00:50
pragmaticenigmaGoop: what kind of program?00:51
Gooppragmaticenigma, a program that controls the mouse/keyboard from the network.00:52
pragmaticenigmaGoop: something like that is probably going to require authentication tokens to work properly, such tokens are usually not available until after successful login. You are aware that adding such a feature would leave your computer high vulnerable?00:54
GoopI might have it just run as a non-privileged user.00:54
TJ-Anyone seen mention of printing distortions when applications use the cairo PDF-1.5 producer backend vs when (e.g. Evince) uses the Ghostscript PDF-1.2 producer? I'm driving an Evolois Primacy ID Card printer and one Xubuntu 19.10 system suffers what I can only describe as mono-filter + 30' rotation + stretch of a regular 86x54mm card document.01:08
gimmelWhat would cause my ssh key passphrase to suddenly stop working? I have it saved in BitWarden, so I know it's correct.01:33
gimmel^^ I just closed the terminal and re-opened, and it worked. What the hell was that?01:34
pragmaticenigmathe matrix gliched?01:35
pragmaticenigmamight be that the token for BitWarden was stale, or handn't been established?01:36
* pragmaticenigma is not very familiar with BitWarden... is that like a keyring provider?01:36
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Mercanyone notice any weirdness with last kernel?01:57
sarnoldlike what?01:58
Mercnever mind01:58
Mercwill tell story in a second01:59
* independent YOU CANT HACK MY SERVER sickvpn.iownyour.biz ADMIN 1qazZAQ!!@#$ I DEFY YOU! IT'S NEAR IMPOSSIBLE!!!01:59
ubottuHelp! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Pici, Myrtti, jrib, Amaranth, tonyyarusso, Nalioth, lamont, CarlK, elky, mneptok, Tm_T, jpds, ikonia, Flannel, genii, wgrant, stdin, h00k, IdleOne, Jordan_U, popey, Corey, ocean, cprofitt, djones, Madpilot, gnomefreak, lhavelund, phunyguy, bazhang, chu, dax01:59
thumbfingerI just installed xubuntu on a Chromebook.  I can't find the config for my touchpad in the X11 folder to unfuck my touchpad, should I just create one from scratch or from a template?  Or can I force X to generate a default one?  My touchpad is an Elan touchpad.  I basically have to lay my entire fingertip across it for it to register.01:59
daxindependent: let's not.02:00
pragmaticenigmathumbfinger: Please keep the language family friendly02:01
Mercso i noticed a kernel got installed the other day02:01
independentYOU CANT HACK MY SERVER sickvpn.iownyour.biz ADMIN 1qazZAQ!!@#$ I DEFY YOU! IT'S NEAR IMPOSSIBLE!!!02:01
Mercno thought given02:02
Mercindependent: would you shuttup?02:02
* TJ- sniggers... there's much worse than that in families all cooped up due to isolation/lock-downs!02:02
Mercgood lord02:02
Mercanyway, i spun up my flight simulator... no inputs!02:02
sarnoldstraight and level flight02:02
Mercopened joystick config... no joysticks!02:02
pragmaticenigmaMerc: please, cut to the point. this isn't a chat channel02:03
Mercwait a second!02:03
Mercoh it's not a chat channel?02:03
Mercok n/m02:03
Mercapparently it's not a help channel either, since the other day i came in with a question and not one goddamn person responded02:03
Merchave fun, faggots02:03
* dax sighs02:04
pragmaticenigmaThey've been like that all week dax02:04
daxwho, Merc?02:04
oerheks9 march https://snapcraft.io/flightgear02:04
daxthanks, will go look02:04
sarnolddax: rats, I screwed up the copy-paste, there's some duplicates https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/23FF9y8Ymb/02:09
sarnoldI think we'd be better off without merc around02:09
thumbfingerDo changes made using synclient persist across sessions?02:15
thumbfingerCan I just create fubar.conf in /etc/X11/ with all of my touchpad options and it will just get used, or do I need to do something special?  There is no touchpad conf file there now.02:16
sarnoldthumbfinger: yeah, that should work fine02:17
thumbfingerok, thanks02:17
sarnoldthere's no need to make the full thing, just a small section should do the trick02:17
sarnoldalas it's way harder to figure out what that ought to look like these days than it used to be, heh02:17
sarnoldthere's a command that'll dump the whole autogenerated config in proper format and everything but I can't ever recall what it is02:18
thumbfingerI was looking at something old or for another distro, my config is in the /usr/share not /etc/X1102:19
sarnoldthumbfinger: xorg.conf(5) describes where they can be stored, it's a looooong list02:21
Bashing-omthumbfinger: Moved: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1051343/where-is-the-xorg-conf-file-in-ubuntu-18-04 has some info.02:23
thumbfingerI think I should be good.  Just fixed the FingerLow and FingerHigh values, and everything works perfectly.  I think I still have to wait for sound.  Wish I had done research before buying an AMD Chromebook02:25
thumbfingerMight just use my USB headset02:26
sarnoldeven if you do your homework, there's always *something*02:28
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nshireis poweroff dangerous? I had a habit of using it and I'm wondering if it could have been a contributing factor in my broken initrd04:44
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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/1405305:30
imihi, I added a command in my user's crontab using crontab -e, but it doesn't work. do I need to add my user to a specific group or something?05:57
nshireI guess mkinitrd has been deprecated06:07
nshireshould I just do mcinitramfs?06:07
nshireI don't understand06:49
nshireI mounted something under /mnt/proc earlier, but when I "umount /mnt/proc" I get the following "no mount point specified"06:50
nshiredo I need to un-chroot or something?06:50
nshireoh god I think I broke everything by forgetting to exit from chroot06:58
nshirenice my dualboot windows option is now gone07:02
nshirevery cool07:02
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IndustrialEvery time I close my laptop lid, my xmodmap is reset07:45
Industrialand I have to run `xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap`07:45
calamityhey I'm trying to convert ubuntu desktop to ubuntu server and I'm getting "Unable to locate package linux-server" when I try to install that. Any idea why?07:46
r3duxcalamity: Im not sure if you can cross upgrade.. did you try "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade <distro>" ?07:47
calamityno, but I'm following https://edge2.blogspot.com/2017/04/convert-ubuntu-desktop-to-server.html07:48
r3duxdid you already install tasksel?07:50
r3duxare you getting the error when running  sudo tasksel install server or sudo apt-get install linux-server linux-image-server ?07:52
calamityonly on "sudo apt-get install linux-server linux-image-server"07:53
r3duxI think you may need to add a specific repo.. I can't locate with "linux-image-server" with "apt search linux-server"07:56
calamityWeird that they wouldn't specify that07:57
calamityI would normally just do a fresh reinstall but I'm working with some very bad hardware that seems to struggle with reading from USB07:59
r3duxI agree.... I do see in the comments someone else mentioned the same issue though..08:00
calamityyeah, I noticed that too. :\08:00
r3duxI would be wary about a cross upgrade though. I woul dbe worried about things breaking or missing important packages.08:00
r3duxMaybe someone else will chime in with an answer. But its always safest to do a fresh install to avoid future issues.08:01
calamityyeah. I'm gonna see if I can find a usb stick that it doesn't object to haha08:02
r3duxhahaha, may the force be with you08:02
calamitythanks haha08:04
r3duxcalamity: have a look at this thread before installing server to make sure that it is for sure something you want to do https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=211462908:06
calamityIt's going to be sitting on a shelf running a bunch of web and media servers.08:08
r3duxyou're good then.08:09
SpeedrunnerG55I can’t click on anything except the side bar08:31
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: wich ubuntu version please?08:32
SpeedrunnerG55I can also click the top bar08:33
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: is your graphics driver installed correctly?08:33
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lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: can you still upload your dmesg to pastebin?08:34
SpeedrunnerG55Where is that?08:34
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: type dmesg in terminal08:34
SpeedrunnerG55Can I do it in terminal?08:34
SpeedrunnerG55Is there a command to upload tot paste in?08:36
lotuspsychje!pastebinit | SpeedrunnerG5508:37
ubottuSpeedrunnerG55: pastebinit is the command-line equivalent of !pastebin - Command output, or other text can be redirected to pastebinit, which then reports an URL containing the output - To use pastebinit, install the « pastebinit » package from a package manager - Simple usage: command | pastebinit08:37
SpeedrunnerG55Got it08:37
SpeedrunnerG55speed@Asimov:~$ dmesg > dmesg.txtspeed@Asimov:~$ pastebinit dmesg.txt http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/GGq8KZpvpQ/speed@Asimov:~$08:37
cengiz_io(I asked this already in #ubuntu-bugs but wanted to share it here aswell). hello. hello there. please tell me if this isn't the right channel for this question. in order to convince my team to switch to 18.04 LTS from 14.04 LTS, I need a general idea of how many possible bug fixes done in launchpad. I have access to launchpad for many years but I08:39
cengiz_iocouldn't construct a query for my purpose. can someone help? ubuntu will run on a mini pc with amd64 architecture, hopefully at least 5 years without intervention. it's a medical ventilator to help combat COVID-19 patients. so the uptime and reproducibility is critical.08:39
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: this looks weird: NVRM: Xid (PCI:0000:01:00): 31, Ch 0000005e, intr 10000000. MMU Fault: ENGINE GRAPHICS HUBCLIENT_FE faulted @ 0x1_20381000. Fault is of type FAULT_PTE ACCESS_TYPE_WRITE08:40
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: can you pastebin: sudo lshw -C video too please08:41
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: did things get unstable after a hibernate/suspend?08:42
lotuspsychjecengiz_io: 14.04 is end of life by now, unless you pay for ESM with ubuntu advantage08:43
SpeedrunnerG55Elite dangerous crashed and I had to kill the proces08:43
SpeedrunnerG55but I can’t click anything after it closed08:43
cengiz_iolotuspsychje the first thing I mentinoned was that. but you know some folks are very conservative08:44
cengiz_iomaybe if I can get some objective numbers like bugs fixed, critical things resolved etc, I can convince them further. it's a daunting task08:44
lotuspsychjecengiz_io: come join #ubuntu-discuss please08:45
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: ok, so thats weird your intel card isnt recognized on your optimus card08:46
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: try to switch an nvidia driver, check: ubuntu-drivers list08:46
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: you can see current driver with: nvidia-smi08:49
SpeedrunnerG55Is that what you wanted?08:50
SpeedrunnerG55Oh sry I didn’t see you responded till now08:50
SpeedrunnerG55| NVIDIA-SMI 415.27       Driver Version: 415.2708:52
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: ok, install a higher driver version please, from ubuntu-drivers list08:52
SpeedrunnerG55With apt?08:53
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: your choice, apt or software & updates08:53
SpeedrunnerG55I can’t click anything so apt08:54
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: reboot08:57
SpeedrunnerG55Oh btw, it still says “kubuntu” when I reboot, even tho I tried uninstalling it08:58
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: you installed kubuntu-desktop ontop ubuntu-desktop?08:58
SpeedrunnerG55like I did apt install kubuntu desktop, but then apt uninstall kubuntu-desktop but it’s still there08:58
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: yeah, we reccomend when liking a !flavour of ubuntu, install the flavour clean cause testing the desktop is fine, but uninstalling will make your system mixed08:59
SpeedrunnerG55Can I remove it?09:00
lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: wont be easy getting your system vanilla, will probably take more time, then a nice clean reinstall09:01
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SpeedrunnerG55Is there anything els I should do? I can click things now09:15
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calamityWell, I got ubuntu server installed. I don't seem to have internet access, which is weird cos I downloaded updates via the wifi when I was installing09:28
eliyahuTBR(rhythmbox:18029): Gtk-WARNING **: 12:26:04.261: actionhelper: action app.play-shuffle can't be activated due to parameter type mismatch (parameter type NULL, target type b) - any ideas as to why my rhythmbox stopped working?09:29
calamityI'm just gonna give up on this and wait until I can afford a new raspberry pi.09:36
BluesKajHi folks09:46
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lotuspsychjeSpeedrunnerG55: wich driver is active now?09:47
lotuspsychjecalamity: try #ubuntu-server if you like09:48
calamitylotuspsychje, good idea, thanks.09:48
greyman1Hi, I have a problem that I couldn't find any solutions on forums and documentation. I am not sure if this is the right place to ask. I have reecently upgraded to Ubuntu 19.10 from ubuntu 18.04. My machine is a lenovo x220. The mute and microfon led indicators were working on ubuntu 18.04 but aren't working anymore on ubuntu 19.10. I have check if there was a physical error with the led's but it09:55
greyman1all works when booting. Can anyone help with this issue or can you tell me where I should go for help. One of the suggestions was to mute-led function in alsamixer but I do not have that option işn my alsamixer09:55
lotuspsychjegreyman1: wich kernel are you on please?09:56
greyman1lotuspsychje: 5.3.0-28-generic10:01
lotuspsychjegreyman1: update your system first please10:03
lotuspsychje!uptodate | greyman110:03
ubottugreyman1: To ensure you have all the latest known patches and security updates for your ubuntu installation, please update with the following command: `sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade`. See also !upgrades and !security; you may also need to run `apt full-upgrade`.10:03
lotuspsychjegreyman1: after updates and reboot, see if your issue persist10:04
greyman1lotuspsychje: thank you10:04
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greymanlotuspsychje: I have done all the steps and rebooted without any luck and checked kernel is still the same10:28
lotuspsychjegreyman: so i assume you are on kernel now?10:29
greymanwhen I type "uname -r" it is still "5.3.0-28-generic"10:30
m2_teknixIs there an easier\lighter way to search & open a desktop application. The default way - pressing super key & searching for the app triggers a lot of animations and often when enough resources are not available, the system freezes. So I am looking for way to search & open an application with minimum animations involved.10:30
lotuspsychjegreyman: no, that doesnt seem to be correct for 19.1010:31
greymanlotuspsychje: I checked with software center as well and it said software up to date10:31
lotuspsychjegreyman: did you enter the command like adviced on the factoid? sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade ?10:32
greymanlotuspsychje: yes, I did. let me do it again if that does not fix it I'll try to manually upgrade the kernell10:33
lotuspsychjem2_teknix: there is an indicator classicmenu-indicator if you like, that gives you a lightweight menu on the top panel10:33
lotuspsychjegreyman: manually?10:34
lotuspsychje!info classicmenu-indicator | m2_teknix10:34
ubottum2_teknix: classicmenu-indicator (source: classicmenu-indicator): indicator showing the main menu from Gnome Classic. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.10.1-0ubuntu1 (eoan), package size 27 kB, installed size 280 kB10:34
greymanlotuspsychje: yes with UKUU app10:34
lotuspsychjegreyman: please dont use ukuu10:34
calamityhey all https://linoxide.com/linux-how-to/connect-wifi-terminal-ubuntu-16-04/ -- I'm trying this, but i'm stuck on " iwconfig wlan0 essid <name> key <password>". My wifi name is "salt & pepper"., password is "bananarama". when I try to set it, I get "error for wireless request "set encode" SET failed on device (wifiname) Invalid ARgument10:34
lotuspsychjeplz no crosspost in 2 ubuntu channels calamity10:35
greymanlotuspsychje: ok will  do the command you suggested again see what will happen10:35
m2_teknixlotuspsychje: Is this a part of gnome-classic. Just curious.10:38
lotuspsychjem2_teknix: not really, indicators available can run on various panels that are gnome based, like unity, gnome,..10:38
m2_teknixlotuspsychje: so what do I do to enable it?10:39
lotuspsychjem2_teknix: install it, logout and back in and it will add on your panel10:39
greymanlotuspsychje:I got the following output "0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded."  and "libsnmp30" was left out10:39
lotuspsychjegreyman: can you pastebin your sources.list please?10:40
lotuspsychje!sources | greyman10:40
ubottugreyman: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories.10:40
der-eichihello together. is there a way to use a android smartphone conneted with latest ubuntu to make calls via ubuntu laptop?10:46
der-eichiI only find gnokii for outdated nokia phones and KDE connect but I dont know if its works and needs a qt libraries10:48
greymanlotuspsychje: paste binned it hopefully done it correctly10:53
jeremy31greyman: post the URL11:00
mplsjokerwhat's it mean when I boot my laptop and it says mounting '/dev/sda2' on real root? and it happens no matter the distro I boot11:01
lotuspsychjegreyman: i bet your kernels are scrambled due to ukuu11:08
greymanlotuspsychje:never used it just found out about it after the kernel did not update11:09
lotuspsychjegreyman: can you pastebin the whole output of: sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade11:09
greymanlotuspsychje: here it is:  https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/RywK9S7sNJ/11:11
lotuspsychjegreyman: and pastebin: dpkg --list | grep linux-image11:12
greymanlotuspsychje: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/Skh77PsY36/11:14
lotuspsychjegreyman: check you software&updates please see if you have 'main' and 'universe' enabled11:15
greymanlotuspsychje: yes they are both enabled11:17
lotuspsychjegreyman: your previous paste didnt show them11:18
greymanlotuspsychje: we are talking about the ubuntu software tab right? " canonical supported.....(main) and community maintaned .....(universe)11:19
greyman lotuspsychje: if thats the case it was enabled11:20
MapManHi! So the -42 kernel ALSA/sound regressions are still not fixed in -45?11:22
lotuspsychjeMapMan: should be, do you still encounter them?11:23
lotuspsychjegreyman: think you need to doublecheck your sources, something is blocking your updates11:29
MapManlotuspsychje: unfortunately, yes11:37
MapManJust rebooted back into -40 and sound is back11:37
greymanlotuspsychje: thank you11:38
lotuspsychjeMapMan: dont see a fix here yet bug #186780311:39
ubottubug 1867803 in linux (Ubuntu) "ALSA: No soundcards found after updating kernel to" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/186780311:39
MapManlotuspsychje: ok, makes sense thanks11:39
lotuspsychjeMapMan: maybe its worth mentioning a new comment -45 also not work?11:40
SeeM2I recenyly updated apache on 18.04 and found, that /etc/apache2/mods-available/proxy.load file was empty, which prevented fcgi module to load and apache failed to start. Anyone had this problem recently? I'm pretty sure that I didn't truncate this file by hand.11:43
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z4kst4rWhen I am speaking on emails with the developers in my company. They do such fancy quotes of text in the emails, as if they actually presenting a website not an email. I use Thunderbird and do not know how I can do such fancy quotes. How can one do that?13:39
grawitywhat email app are they using?13:40
grawityalso, sounds like a pain to read on mobile devices13:41
z4kst4rI have no idea, if they are using some email client. We have Gmail.13:41
grawityopen the message's headers and check13:41
StevenJayCohenIs there any way to fix the Hide Top Bar extension so that it stays in front of the dock when both are showing? For me in 19.10 it's showing up behind the dock.13:41
kostkonz4kst4r, well it's most likely html13:42
StevenJayCohenWhen it shows up behind the dock Activities is hidden by the edge of the Dock13:44
RadSurfersomeone was claiming Control Print Screen could be used to reboot from a lock-up... how does that work again?13:51
ubottuIn an emergency, you may be able to shutdown cleanly and reboot by holding down Alt+PrintScreen and typing slowly, in succession, S, U and B. For an explanation, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_SysRq_key13:52
halvorsmy computer is really slow when mounting root in initramfs, is it possible to see the log after boot?13:54
halvorsI get this error on boot: ln: /tmp/mountroot-fail-hooks.d/scripts/init-premount/lvm2: No suck file or directory14:00
halvorsI'm not using lvm ata ll14:00
halvorsat all*14:00
pragmaticenigmahalvors, it's not that you're not using it, it's still loaded in order to check if a volume is an lvm volume. If you have added volumes to your fstab, you'll want to make sure the correct filesystem type is applied14:06
KeezA@tds This is my first attempt at iptables14:14
halvorspragmaticenigma: my volumes is btrfs and vfat, by volumes you mean filesystems not lvm volumes?14:15
KeezA@tds I will lookup the FORWARD rule now14:16
donavan01if I just want to set up a VM with ubuntu as a file server .... should I install server version or desktop ... yeah I know the question sound obvious ... but my linux skills arent the greatest when it comes to command line stuff and didnt know if server had gui subsystem installed of if its just text based14:16
tdsi think you're in the wrong channel KeezA!14:16
drspastichi, does anyone know the definitive solution to the clipboard issue? half the time cut paste wont work, then every few times it freezes the whole system for 30 seconds or so. its actually doing this on kubuntu vm, and kde debian on the host machine. is this a kde issue? i see so many articles about this happening on various linux flavours and14:21
drspasticwithin specific apps, but for me its across the board and really doing my head in!! please help me14:21
mohit006Hi ubuntu 19.1014:22
mohit006Please help14:23
mohit006Wifi conncted but cannot connect to the internet14:27
drspasticmohit006: can you get an ip?14:27
halvorspragmaticenigma: my /etc/fstab looks like this. https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/QrX8jchGMt/14:28
halvorspragmaticenigma: The error looks like the lvm2 script is missing from initramfs?14:28
mohit006Sorry i am new to this14:29
mohit006Please guude through terminal14:31
drspasticmohit006: try ping
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pragmaticenigmamohit006, It appears that someone with knowledge about or to try and help you with your situation may not be available at this moment. Please don't keep messaging the channel asking if anyone can help, instead patiently wait. It does help if you can provide more information about your setup as well as details on how you setup your machine. The more information you can provide (ideally in a single one line posting) will help other14:33
pragmaticenigmavolunteers see your request and be able to accurately help you.14:33
pragmaticenigmahalvors, this is a bit out of my knowledge base. have you removed packages from your system or made any changes since it last booted successfully?14:34
halvorspragmaticenigma: It does boot successfully, it's just that it takes a long time, seems like it's trying and then failing reaching a timeout limit.14:35
halvorspragmaticenigma: But thx for your input anyway :)14:35
drspastichi, does anyone know the definitive solution to the clipboard issue? half the time cut paste wont work, then every few times it freezes the whole system for 30 seconds or so. its actually doing this on kubuntu vm, and kde debian on the host machine. is this a kde issue? i see so many articles about this happening on various linux flavours and14:58
drspasticwithin specific apps, but for me its across the board and really doing my head in!! please help me14:58
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Bey0ndB1naryHi All15:14
Bey0ndB1naryI've an issue with Menu background color for many apps in My Ubuntu laptop.15:14
Bey0ndB1naryI am using "pop-dark-slim" theme and tried many things, but the issue did not get resolved.15:14
Bey0ndB1naryWhere can i upload an image, so that someone from here can understand what the problem is and suggest a solution.15:15
pavlosBey0ndB1nary: upload to imgur.com15:23
masteromanJust a quick question. I've noticed some issues with Root-on-ZFS installer on daily Focal image. Where might be the right place to report such issue with more details?15:29
ShawnMcCoolSorry to bother, can someone instruct me on the best way to install a package from launchpad that doesn't seem to have a ppa? https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/smenu I downloaded a .deb and it was missing some dependency and I'm not sure how to handle this in ubuntu. I only really know Arch these days. I'm assuming that there's some way to install with 'apt install' and it would install the dependency? I'm15:33
ShawnMcCoolfeeling pretty lost.15:33
psyminI'm just a user, but maybe "sudo apt --fix-broken install" might pull in those dependencies?  Depending on how you tried installing the deb.15:34
popeyShawnMcCool what version of Ubuntu are you using?15:36
ioriathat  pkg is available for 18.10 and on ShawnMcCool : if i may don't use the eoan or disco .deb on bioni , you might try to build it from source (https://salsa.debian.org/mcy-guest/smenu)15:43
popeyYeah, that package is just not available for 18.04 unfortunately.15:47
ShawnMcCoolk thanks16:02
rishoorry if this is against the rules but are we expecting the beta release to come out today? or has it been delayed? i'm asking because i was thinking about trying out 20.04 and I'll wait for the beta release if it's going to come out, but if not I'll just grab a daily16:10
oerheksrisho, correct, *the beta*  should be released today16:10
rishocool, thanks a lot!16:11
oerheksno daily live today either.. http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/16:11
oerheksrisho, 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 in16:16
EickmeyerThere's plenty of "today" left.16:17
rishosorry to be clear i wasn't trying to be demanding. i just know that due to the state of things that things could have been pushed back in which case i was going to grab a daily16:17
rishobut if a beta was imminent i'd just wait16:18
Eickmeyerrisho: The current dailies do not represent the beta. I'd just wait. We are waiting on respins.16:18
rishoyeah that's what i'll do, thanks16:18
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wron ubuntu 14.04 xfce what will be the shortcut key to open xfce-terminal?16:56
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lotuspsychjewr: 14.04 is end of life, support can continue only with ESM17:00
wrlotuspsychje, i know but it still has a shortcut key17:01
tugapoweranyone here on 20.04 that use Filezilla ?17:01
lotuspsychjetugapower: come join at #ubuntu+1 please17:01
thebiffman_Im also interested in trying the beta... Is http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-server/ the best place to see if its released or are there some other place (blog, news etc) where I should keep an eye?17:02
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wron ubuntu what is shortcut keyboard command to open the terminal?18:27
sarnoldtry control T or windows T18:29
Aryanis it possible to tunnel all traffic with ShadowSocks?18:40
svmpenguinWhat up18:45
pavlosread here ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shadowsocks18:45
TheFuwr, the answer depends on the DE and version of Ubuntu being run.  Google "Xubuntu Desktop Guide" <--- change Xubuntu to the DE you are running.18:45
NewToLubuntuanyone up to helping me unlock my external harddrive? I'm sorta stuck on step 3 of https://github.com/geekhaidar/WD-Passport-Unlock-Linux19:20
NewToLubuntuI don't think I passworded it or anything, I just can't run an .exe since I switched from vista to lubuntu and realized I can't get my files until I work around19:21
sarnoldone problem at a time19:21
sarnoldNewToLubuntu: "can't run an exe" -- what does this mean?19:21
nshireso I generated a new initramfs and I'm still getting stuck after loading kernel19:26
nshirein recovery mode, immediately after the grub menu the only things are "loading kernel..." and on the next line "loading initramfs"19:27
wrTheFu, it is xfce19:31
TheFuWhat number?19:31
oerhekson ubuntu 14.04 xfce19:33
oerhekshe has been told to upgrade, 14.04 is dead, EOL19:34
oerheksthose machines should be off the internet19:34
TheFuoerheks, scary.19:35
TheFuwr, time to wipe and start clean with 18.04 or perhaps 19.10, with a plan to move to 20.04 in about a month.19:37
kostkon!info firefox trusty19:38
ubottufirefox (source: firefox): Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla. In component main, is optional. Version 66.0.3+build1-0ubuntu0.14.04.1 (trusty), package size 46606 kB, installed size 180281 kB19:38
oerheksis that the -esm version?19:40
TheFuoerheks, do desktops have esm support?19:41
sarnoldTheFu: this is the list of supported packages for trusty-esm https://git.launchpad.net/ubuntu-cve-tracker/tree/trusty-esm-supported.txt19:42
oerheksTheFu, yes, paid and members have some number of licences too19:43
oerheksbut really, one must have a reason to run that.19:44
ubottuCanonical offers paid extended security support for end-of-life LTS releases through the Ubuntu Advantage program. For more information, see https://ubuntu.com/esm . ESM is not an Ubuntu community offering; please direct questions about it to Canonical directly.19:44
TheFuIf that list is it, I'm not seeing xfce or lxde or firefox.  Looks like servers stuff, which would be expected.19:45
Spock_ncc1701hi all, I'm on 19.10, 5.3.0-45-generic, trying to find a working solution for my non working Intel Wireless-AC 946219:46
TheFuxubuntu's website says, 18.04 and 19.10. On the right side, it clearly shows 16.04 is EOL.19:48
puffTheFu:  Funny you should mention that, that's why I'm here.19:48
oerheksxubuntu gives 3 years, indeed19:48
puffA friend emailed me for some advice on installation, he's trying to install 16.04 and he gets a black screen with just this error:  Error parsing PCC subspaces from PCCT19:49
puffOf course the first thing I asked is why 16.04, I've been telling him it's out of support.19:49
puffHe seems to be Not Getting It, so I thought I'd ask here about what the implications are, so I can scare him into doing the right thing.19:50
oerheksSpock_ncc1701, with intel wireless, one could use the backports ppa, https://launchpad.net/~canonical-hwe-team/+archive/ubuntu/backport-iwlwifi?field.series_filter=eoan19:50
sarnoldubuntu 16.04 is still in standard support for another year -- different flavours may have chosen to stop supporting their 16.04 versions, of course19:50
Spock_ncc1701oerheks, thanks. is there an official solution?19:52
puffsarnold: Ah, thanks.19:52
puffsarnold: I would have sworn I saw some notice about its support window ending.19:53
sarnoldpuff: the big handy table of end of support dates is on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases19:55
sarnoldpuff: it doesn't mention the flavours, though, which is unfortunate, but may be helpful19:56
oerheksSpock_ncc1701, one could build the github ..19:58
Spock_ncc1701oerheks, do you know there will be an official fix soon?19:59
dmdfhi guys, how do you turn on hardware acceleration for intel HD graphic in 18.04 ?20:00
oerhekswe did got a firmware update lately, no idea which fixes were in there20:00
dmdfsimple browsing is running CPU off the chart :(20:01
Spock_ncc1701my system is fully updated. they probably didn't add this fix :\20:01
dmdfnobody up20:03
oerheksdmdf, what intel HD version?20:04
oerheksintel is standard supported, but gen 3 is not a youtube monster20:04
dmdfoerheks: intel GMA 4500MHD20:05
dmdfoerheks: which gen is that20:05
dmdfoerheks: and i wasn't even running youtube20:06
dmdfjust simple google docs etc...20:06
dmdfoerheks: these are the only 2 supported profile20:06
dmdfvainfo: Supported profile and entrypoints20:06
dmdf      VAProfileMPEG2Simple            : VAEntrypointVLD20:06
dmdf      VAProfileMPEG2Main              : VAEntrypointVLD20:06
dmdfI think it does have other capabilities but somehow it's not turned on properly20:07
dmdfi've installed i965-va-driver-shaders intel-gpu-tools va-driver-all beignet-opencl-icd mesa-vulkan-drivers vulkan-utils mesa-utils mesa-utils-extra  libva-glx220:08
dmdfnone of them make it any much better20:08
sarnolddmdf: what's using all your cpu? I've heard of some terrible display connection protocol that sucks up a whole cpu20:08
dmdfsarnold: firefox20:09
dmdfsarnold: firefox chrome and zoom20:09
sarnoldah, then probably not the displaylink or whatever that was20:09
dmdfsarnold: this is a fresh install 18.0420:09
oerheksthat 2008 intel surely had issues ..and with the intel-microcode to fix huge bugs, performance may vary..20:09
oerheksmaybe it is a cooling issue.20:10
dmdfoerheks: what intel-microcode ?20:10
oerheksintel-microcode: Processor microcode firmware for Intel CPUs20:11
dmdfoerheks: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Intel_graphics_processing_units from this page it shows my card support AVC/H26420:13
dmdfit's GM4520:13
dmdfbut i can't turn it on20:13
dmdfoerheks: Package: intel-microcode20:15
dmdfVersion: 3.20191115.1ubuntu0.18.04.220:15
oerheks"GMA 4500 series and newer GPUs up to Coffee Lake are supported by libva-intel-driver."20:17
dmdfoerheks: and where is that at ?20:19
oerhekshttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/intel-vaapi-driver ??20:19
oerheksand key is to share as max mem in your bios20:19
felcoi've experiencing something weird... after a reboot I can't login for a while, it just loops back to the login screen(this is a desktop install, default gnome desktop). But after 5 minutes if I try again, I can get to the desktop.20:20
dmdfoerheks: what do you mean share as max mem in bios ?20:20
felcoSomething about this, is that if I quick get to console and startx, it shows up my desktop empty and after a while it locks the screen looping Authentication error.20:21
dmdfoerheks: shared memory for video ?20:21
oerheks memory setting for the GPU in your bios20:21
dmdfoerheks: there's no memory setting for that. it's an old dell latitude20:21
oerhekscheck for a biosupdate? sometimes it unlocks features..20:22
blb4393did someone try to do-release-upgrade to 20.04 beta? Was something broken?20:22
oerheksblb4393, please join #ubuntu+1 for Focal beta20:23
dmdfoerheks: that libva-intel-driver results in i965-va-driver which is already installed20:23
dmdfoerheks: so that's why i was scratching my head20:23
dmdfoerheks: i will try that20:24
grkblood13whenever I plug in my tf card it mounts a root 755. ive tried sudo mount -o remount,rw /dev/sdb1 but the same thing happens. i cant write unless i become root.20:27
dmdfoerheks: current bios at 32, latest is 34. fixes in the new ones are on 1. Enhance System Security.20:28
grkblood13ive formatted/repartitioned a few time with gparted trying to resolve this20:28
dmdfoerheks: lol :)20:28
oerheksgood find20:30
oerheksstill, the fixes in the meltdown, etc can give a problem, one *cannot* undo this with pti=off spectre_v2=off l1tf=off nospec_store_bypass_disable no_stf_barrier20:33
pavlosgrkblood13: did you format the tf card as fat32 or ntfs ?20:49
puffsarnold: Thanks.21:04
dmdfoerheks: frome glxinfo     Video memory: 1536MB21:20
dmdfoerheks: so yeah that is a big chunk out of the 4gb ram21:20
dmdfoerheks: i honestly cannot see what else could be the problem21:21
dmdfand/or needed to be installed21:21
depechehi I got ubuntu today, I have a problem it is not going to click right / left with the touchpad21:27
depechewith the mouse goes21:28
facefaceI'm just building a VM from ubuntu-18.04.4-live-server-amd64.iso ... seems to be talking about snap... Is that the new package manager in ubuntu?21:31
faceface(I've been using mint for ages)21:31
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facefacealso, within qemu, does it matter that the server can't see the wan?21:32
oerheksyes, snaps are mixed with deb packages now.21:32
ubottuSnaps are containerised software packages similar to flatpaks or appimage. For more info, see https://snapcraft.io21:32
oerheksmint might give that too21:33
facefaceoerheks: yes, once I used one once, mint now offers snap install when I type a missing command21:34
facefaceA while back I was trying to install bitcoin via apt, and the version was old so I switched to snap... someone told me the app maintainer was malicious21:36
facefacepackaging malware21:36
facefaceMy feeling was that the apt repo was higher qc than snap21:36
facefacenot sure if that's substantiated21:36
oerhekswell, some developers did not want the PPA route anymore, and direct delivery.21:38
oerheksit is the same issue; trust the owner.21:39
sarnoldfaceface: the apt version was apparently not interoperable with the rest of bitcoin world21:40
facefaceoerheks: right... but google app store and apple do a lot of automatic malware detection and bug bounties (for example)21:40
facefacesarnold: mainly the apt version is very out of date21:41
facefacejust installing this iso... taking ages!21:41
facefaceslowly filling the qcow21:41
sarnoldif you click on the little triangle next to the 1ubuntu0.2 version here, you can see when bitcoin was yanked from apt https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/bitcoin21:42
facefaceit's so easy to build from source these days21:42
sarnoldthere was a conversation oabout the snaps here, but none of this made sense to me :) https://bugs.launchpad.net/snapstore/+bug/180391421:43
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1803914 in Snap Store "bitcoin namesquatting" [Undecided,Fix released]21:43
oerhekscarefull with npm and pip too ...21:43
facefaceYeah, I remember the story... no clean solution imho21:45
facefaceimagine apache forked it's code base... say microsoft decided to fork the project. Then imagine microsoft just decided to keep calling it apache, and claimed that it /was/ apache21:46
facefaceand apache would be like... what?21:46
facefaceAnd then assume that there is 100 million dollars riding on the project in the hands of the users21:46
facefaceits messy21:46
clementefncHello everyone; I've a problem on my ubuntu server machine. Yesterday it stopped comunicating to internet but I don't know why because I did'n modified anything (as far as I've noticed). Now I can SSH into the server, ping local devices, but can't do anything to communicate to external world. This is my iptable atm  https://pastebin.com/S297mbB7 Thank you in advance22:07
bitblitwhen i run add-apt-repository it just hangs forever..22:07
facefaceclementefnc: what does ifconfig say?22:07
facefaceclementefnc: so you can't ping www.google.com?22:07
clementefnc@faceface this is ifconfig result https://pastebin.com/VPMcUjsM and I can't ping www.google.com nor
sarnoldclementefnc: you should probably use ip addr, ip route, etc, instead; I think the tools you are using aren't showing you the full details of your configuration22:11
clementefncsarnold: here you are https://pastebin.com/XcVzsS8F22:12
n-iCeis this the way to install java? apt install openjdk-14-jre-headless22:15
sarnoldclementefnc: curious, I wonder why you appear to have two default routes..22:15
clementefncsarnold: which one are you referring to? can I delete one of them maybe? To be honest I've never had to handle this sort of stuff so I don't know what to do or how22:17
facefaceI'm building a VM using and ISO like this: qemu-system-x86_64 -cdrom ubuntu-18.04.4-live-server-amd64.iso -hda ubuntu.qcow2 -boot d -m 102422:17
oerhekseoan and focal beta22:18
facefaceIt's currently on the final step, "downloading and installing security updates"22:18
pavlosclementefnc: your broadcast address seems iffy ...22:18
facefaceIME, guest OSs in 'vanilla' qemu can't see the WAN, i.e. this step will fail...22:18
sarnoldclementefnc: good question. I wonder, 'ip route del default dev enp0s7 scope link'  -- what's that do? :) (please make sure you can talk to the machine locally before doing this, just in case it yanks you off the network entirely)22:19
facefaceshould I simply, "cancel update and reboot", or should I give it some time since the spinner is spinning....22:19
clementefncsarnold: now I can't access phisically the machine because it's downstairs locked in a room i don't have keys, btw if i brake it isn't a big problem; gonna try your command22:20
facefacethe hda isn't growing...22:20
clementefncsarnold: ok command sent; should I reboot now?22:21
sarnoldclementefnc: no, retest :)22:21
sarnoldclementefnc: ip route and ip addr and so on only affect the running system22:22
clementefncsarnold: ping continues to say "Destination Host Unreachable"; this is the output of ip commands https://pastebin.com/PVt2Q3k622:23
clementefncmaybe I should restart connectivity?22:23
sarnoldclementefnc: dang :( I don't know what ot suggest next22:24
facefaceI'm coming to hate networking22:24
clementefncsarnold: I'm rebooting... who knows... maybe something changes..22:25
sarnoldclementefnc: hope it works :)22:26
clementefncfaceface: when I did my networking exam at university it seemed cool; when I have to this simple stuff like this everything gets weird and I'm like WTF22:26
facefaceman this build is takign forever22:27
n-iCe 22:27
facefaceit's been 'cancelling update' for about 10 minutes22:27
clementefncsarnold: rebooted but nothing... "Destination host unreachable"... Tomorrow I'll get a monitor, a keeb and gonna try to check if for example a live distro works on networking side and maybe then I'm gonna reinstall OS..22:28
clementefncBTW thank you a lot for your time and kindness22:28
sarnoldclementefnc: but you can ssh in just fine?22:29
clementefncsarnold: yup22:29
sarnoldclementefnc: is it just this one host that you can't piong?22:29
clementefncsarnold: I can ping the computer from which I'm sshing into and the gateway22:30
sarnoldclementefnc: I wonder if a firewall has been set to send back host unreachable messages on icmp packets22:31
clementefncsarnold: the fact is there's a firewall on the network setted by someone (it's a sophos), btw the weird thing is that it stopped working without any reason at a point. I've noticed because I've installed tightvpnserver, then logged graphically and figured out I couldn't use firefox22:33
clementefncSo on this side I think it's wale networking stuff and not only ICMP22:33
pdebruicon a default ubuntu 18.04 server what is the name of the file where the staic ip is configured in the /etc/netplan directory?  I'm trying to troubleshoot a kvm guest that isn't connecting and want to see that I set that up properly in the install process.  22:33
sarnoldclementefnc: ah so sadly it's not just icmp :(22:36
sarnoldclementefnc: I bet they just need to add some rules for your remote firefox22:36
sarnoldclementefnc: ssh -X perhaps?22:36
clementefncsarnold: the fact is that also package manager from cli doesn't work22:37
Bashing-ompdebruic: /etc/netplan/config.yaml I expect.22:37
clementefncsarnold: I can't do "apt update" or stuff; totally no connection22:38
sarnoldclementefnc: was this machjine just firewalled from the itnernet?22:39
pdebruicBashing-om: Thanks.  I'm trying to edit the guest with virt-edit but it says that file isn't found22:39
pdebruicso maybe another name.  I'm not sure22:39
Bashing-ompdebruic: Sorry - can not advise about VMs - maybe different than a bare metal install :(22:40
clementefncsarnold: not something I've done on this machine, so I can say no; btw I can't assure if someone did this on network side, btw this seems me a nonsense thing; this is why I was considering to try with a live distro22:40
pdebruicBashing-om: ok thanks.  Seems weird that the ubuntu installer would put it somewhere different if on a kvm VM than bare metal.  I thought the point of a vm was that the software wouldn't tell a difference.22:41
Bashing-ompdebruic: Bare metal then /etc/netplan/config.yaml exists and has the entry: renderer: networkd for a server.22:43
Bashing-om!netplan | pdebruic22:44
ubottupdebruic: Netplan is a network configuration abstraction renderer which uses YAML descriptions of a network to work with either a NetworkManager or Systemd-networkd "renderer". More information at https://netplan.io/22:44
sarnoldclementefnc: live distro may come up with a different IP address22:44
clementefncsarnold: should not bc I've a static IP setted on the DHCP22:45
clementefncsarnold: nevermind. Now I've to go. BTW thank you a lot, I really appreciated your help. see you22:54
pdebruicBashing-om: yea I read that site before asking here.  I'm not sure what's going on with this guest.  The netplan site doesn't say anything about default filenames.  Or if it does please send me the link because I'd like to read it22:54
pdebruicits a server.  but it has network connection because it has ping.  So I'll keep looking22:55
CashDash123I want to create a bootable iso for Ubuntu 18.04 since offical isos aren't offered anymore23:17
CashDash123the thing is I've never actually made an unoffical iso before anything I should read23:17
CashDash123*for the architecure I'm using23:18
CashDash123Is there any developer documentation avaliable23:21
GryllidaCashDash123: why is official not offered?23:23
GryllidaCashDash123: did you check web.archive.org for this?23:23
sarnoldCashDash123: which architecture?23:24
CashDash123Because they stopped building i386 iso's after 16.0423:24
CashDash123and ever time I accidently halt my system it wipes the sdcard and I'm tired of running the dist upgrade script23:25
guivercCashDash123, flavors offer x86/i386, it was only 18.04 with desktop that was no longer offered (if you've tried GNOME on an old x86 box; it was slow!! and flavors make a lot more sense), x86 ISOs were offered though (just not with GNOME desktop)23:25
HariamaOops, forgot the slash23:27
oerheks32 bit, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/netboot/18.04/23:33
sarnoldoerheks: wow!23:35
sarnoldI didn't realize we still had that :)23:35
CashDash123Thank you23:44

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