lotuspsychjeanyone else had a gnome-shell crash during last updates on -desktop?02:10
kr-428Folks; anyone can point me how to revert gdm theme to "stock GNOME" in 20.04? The approaches learnt in previous versions don't seem to work anymore...06:08
pickledeggHi there, is there a bug report for openvpn?07:27
lotuspsychjepickledegg: ask your specific issue into the channel, volunteers might know08:01
lotuspsychjepickledegg: see also #ubuntu-quality for known bugs08:02
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georgelappiesquick question friends, if no using 20.04 from install from daily image, do I need to do anything special when it hits live?09:41
lotuspsychje!final | georgelappies 09:41
ubottugeorgelappies: If you install a development version of Ubuntu Focal and keep up with package updates, then you will be upgraded to the official release of 20.04 when it comes out. To make sure, type « sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade » in a terminal.09:41
howarthAnyone else having problems with this mornings package updates?11:54
howarthI found that the update of accountsservices caused all hell to break loose.11:54
howarthnow I get crashes in gdm3 after logging in11:55
howarthA crash in /usr/lib/gdm3/gdm-session-worker11:55
lotuspsychjehowarth: yeah i had a gnome-shell crash during updates12:15
howarthWeirdly , I seem to have stabilized my machine12:16
lotuspsychjeafter that, i rebooted fine into gnome12:16
howarthI first tried going to proposed-updates with 'apt-get update' and 12:16
howarth'apt-get dist-upgrade12:17
lotuspsychjeim staying off -proposed myself12:17
howarthusing /etc/apt/preferences.d/99-downgrade-proposed 12:17
howarthI wasn't on proposed when all hell broke loose12:18
howarthonly tried in to see if they missed a required associated dependency12:18
howarthAs I said, weirdly coming back from proposed-updates to updates with the downgrade method seems to have eliminated the crashes (weirdly)12:19
howarthI use the method described here.... http://www.webupd8.org/2013/11/how-to-downgrade-proposed-repository.html12:20
lotuspsychjethe users choice howarth 12:20
lotuspsychjebut for testing cases, sure why not12:21
howarthI couldn't deal with the constant crashes from today's updates... fortunately that seemed to have purged out the problem12:21
howarthOne nice benefit was that it left me on the newer 5.4.0-23 kernel12:22
lotuspsychjehowarth: you know if there's a bug ID on that yet?12:22
howarthHaven't looked yet but I did click to send the bug reports back upstream12:23
lotuspsychjesame auto report this morning here12:23
howarthThe accountsservices launchpad doesn't show anything12:26
lotuspsychjehowarth: yeah there's a difference between filing bugs yourself, and auto reports to canonical12:27
howarthI'm assuming that one is key... I known trying to manually reinstall it would knock the display back to a screen12:27
lotuspsychjehowarth: those crashes do get stored in a hidden launchpad url, they can see12:27
howarthWell so far so good here...12:28
lotuspsychjecause crash reports could hold sensitive info, the public doesnt need to see12:28
howarthI am back on the 0.6.55-0ubuntu11 from updates but without the previous crashes after going to proposed-upgrades and coming back again12:29
lotuspsychjehowarth: can you check /var/crash to see if you got gnome-shell crashes too?12:29
lotuspsychje!info gdm312:29
ubottugdm3 (source: gdm3): GNOME Display Manager. In component main, is optional. Version 3.34.1-1ubuntu1 (focal), package size 255 kB, installed size 1852 kB (Only available for linux-any)12:29
howarthI saw that as well but not now since I went to proposed-updates and then downgraded back to updates12:29
lotuspsychje!info gdm-session-worker12:29
ubottuPackage gdm-session-worker does not exist in focal12:29
lotuspsychjewhats that version you talk about?12:30
howarthThat version is the accountsservices which was in todays updates12:30
howarthThe update set that I applied this morning when all hell broke loose was 12:31
howarthaccountsservice:amd64 libaccountsservice0:amd64 command-not-found:all python3-commandnotfound:all gir1.2-accountsservice-1.0:amd64  libharfbuzz0b:amd64  libharfbuzz-icu0:amd64  libltdl7:amd64  nodejs:amd64 libnode64:amd64 nodejs-doc:all pinentry-curses:amd64 pinentry-gnome3:amd6412:33
howarthIMHO, accountservices seems the likely culprit12:34
howarthFYI, when proposed updates didn't fix the new breakage, I tried manually downgrading to  0.6.55-0ubuntu10 but that didn't work12:34
howarthAt that point I used the /etc/apt/preferences.d/99-downgrade-proposed trick to downgrade back from proposed-updates to updates and everything suddenly worked correctly again12:35
lotuspsychjeseems like it has happened before howarth 12:35
lotuspsychjebug #183286512:36
ubottubug 1832865 in accountsservice (Ubuntu) "gnome-shell crashes on g_str_hash -> g_hash_table_hash_to_index -> g_hash_table_lookup_node -> g_hash_table_lookup -> update_user" [Undecided,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/183286512:36
lotuspsychjeso seems like its a dejavu bug we getting12:37
lotuspsychjeaha, bug #184398212:40
ubottubug 1843982 in accountsservice (Ubuntu) "Various programs crashed with SIGSEGV in g_str_hash() from g_hash_table_lookup() from update_user()" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184398212:40
lotuspsychjeadded fossa tag, and rls incoming12:40
howarthTry the dist-upgrade to proposed-updates followed by downgrade back to updates voodoo and see if it works for you12:43
lotuspsychjeno, ill await this one mate :p12:43
lotuspsychjegot some other bugs that i wait updates from aswell12:44
howarthI couldn't deal with all those crashes12:44
takov751greetings i have a quick question. I am missing the mediaplayer indicator in gnome 3.36. Do i need to install a package manually by any chance?12:59
lotuspsychjetakov751: i assume you talk about rhythmbox ?13:05
takov751No. There is a mediaplayer indicator which shows and controls media apps ,however i just saw its only support up to 3.3213:09
takov751At the monent13:10
takov7513.36 is still not supported13:10
lotuspsychjewelcome felco 13:56
lotuspsychje26 april felco 13:57
felcocan I dist-upgrade yet =D13:57
lotuspsychjethe users choice felco 13:57
lotuspsychjewich release are you on now?13:57
felcois 20.04 avaliable?13:58
lotuspsychjebest await final13:58
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qwertuttytyThe xCHI doesn 't work VL805. AMD fm2+ IOMMU anable. Kernel 5.6.2 https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/T9HqX3X5tt/  https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/qnSVC6dZ8N/15:41
qwertuttytyWhat to do, use usb 3.1 or 4.0 or not VL805?15:50
qwertuttytyxHCI VIA VL80515:52
qwertuttytyWindows -Ok15:57
geniiqwertuttyty: Does not seem to be xHCI compliant. http://billauer.co.il/blog/2019/07/via-vl805-superspeed-pcie-linux/16:01
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luna_i just figured out i was stupid yesterday16:29
hggdhqwertuttyty: and this is not a kernel provided by Ubuntu. You should go upstream to kernel.org17:50
qwertuttytyI am not sure that my PCI PCI VIA VL805 can be flashed most likely not impossible the Board manufacturer does not have any information about flashing this Board. Only if viewed on the VIA website. The kernel developers have stopped testing xchi VIA VL805 so it still doesn't work? In other words, it is impossible to fix it by adding a patch to the kernel for xchi VIA VL805, or there is no one or they do not want to,  there is no in17:59
qwertuttytyt in xchi VIA VL805 to make it work? Windows no problem with VL805 have driver. Not need update xchi VIA VL805 flash. this is a separate usb board. What to do, use usb 3.1 or 4.0 or not VL805?17:59
qwertuttytyI am uncomfortable, I do not know English. They know that the VL805 is not working. I correctly understood that it was necessary that there were a lot of complaints from the owners of VL805 so that they fix it?18:13
qwertuttytyIs there a list of manufacturers or chips  USB that kernel 5.6 will work with? I take it, no?18:27
qwertuttytyBuying for good luck or asking (reading) how the usb chip works for those who have already used this chip in linux while I see only such an options or use Windows for VL805.18:35
qwertuttytyhttp://billauer.co.il/blog/2019/07/via-vl805-superspeed-pcie-linux/ Orico but i have not orico. But it seems to be the same. One of the Chinese companies which are many.19:13
qwertuttytySo 99% of the boards and chips are Chinese-made and Chinese companies.19:21
qwertuttytyusb the boards USA or GB or RU or Idia or Germany or EU?19:26
qwertuttytyno, only Chines. Raspberry pi only  GB19:27
qwertuttytyapple for me not interesting 19:28
qwertuttytyusb the boards companies USA or GB or RU or Idia or Germany or EU? no, only Chinese. Raspberry pi only  GB19:29
oerheksinteresting china rant.. did you check your sources?19:30
qwertuttytyJP? for PC?19:34
qwertuttytyI did not understand the question. And I'm not a Chinese. It is better not to philosophize and write only on business. Philosophical questions are poorly translated. https://translate...19:43
gst568923I have tested xubuntu 20.04 beta but I have this bug: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-firmware/+bug/1865130/comments/6219:56
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1865130 in linux-firmware (Ubuntu) "[drm:uvd_v1_0_start [radeon]] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!" [High,Fix released]19:56
gst568923this is my log: https://pastebin.com/H6suBBm319:56
oerheksATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450 .. that is an old one, radeon works guaranteed with ati 5xxx and up.19:58
gst568923oerheks I have been using that graphics card for more than 10 years with the open source radeon driver and I have not had any major problems, except that I am reporting20:01
valoriegst568923: did you link that on the qatracker?20:43
valoriereporting bugs here does not get them to the developers who need to see them20:44
gst568923valorie I have linked this https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-firmware/+bug/1865130/comments/6220:45
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1865130 in linux-firmware (Ubuntu) "[drm:uvd_v1_0_start [radeon]] *ERROR* UVD not responding, trying to reset the VCPU!!!" [High,Fix released]20:45
valoriethanks for your contribution20:46
gst568923valorie I'm trying `vbetool dpms on` to re-start the LCD black screen for the LVDS interface, but not works :(20:48
magic_ninja_work13 days. You all rocking and rolling?22:28
Bashing-omo/ - once more - into the fray :P23:11

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