designbybeckthat will work for my needs Thank you RikMills00:07
IrcsomeBotdesignbybeck was added by: designbybeck00:08
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @Terminator_99, I just wait for their September alpha00:28
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @Terminator_99, I'm still happy with Trinity and XFCE with waiting for the public alpha of Neon Focal00:51
Roeywhat do the Kubuntu folks feel about Snap?  I just read that Mint did away with it for their distro: https://www.linuxtoday.com/storage/linux-mint-votes-no-on-snap-packages-apt-to-block-snapd-installs.html02:41
IrcsomeBot<Swift110> Hey03:00
IrcsomeBot<Terminator_99> @hd_scania, 👌03:42
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linuxnuubQuestion guys, can I chown an entire external hard drive from root to myself without any big bad screwups?04:33
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, For FAT partitions NO … For Linux-native partitions YES04:34
linuxnuubIt's an ext4 that I use to download stuff to via radarr and sonarr.04:35
linuxnuubSo I'm safe? Cool. It's got a lot of stuff on there that I don't wanna lose on accident, but some things are on there as root and I don't know why, so I figured I'd just chown them back to myself again.04:36
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> `sudo chown -``RR`` $YOURNAME:0 /dev/sdb1 … sudo chmod -RR 0775 /dev/sdb1`04:36
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, `sudo ``e2fsck`` -ffyy /dev/sdb1 … sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/$YOURNAME/new_external`04:37
linuxnuubwhat does the "e2fsck" -ffyy do?04:39
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, Forcely filesystem checking and cleaning … e2 is that your parition is ext4/3/204:41
linuxnuubin my dev file I on'y see sda and sda1, is it supposed to be sdb?04:46
linuxnuubnvm, answered my own self running lsssci, it's sda.04:49
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, External `sda`? Are you at live CD? … Anyway on locally installed systems `sda` is always your FIRST internal SSD04:53
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> Or ... Your first internal SDD has NOTHING? And to install Kubuntu as your first distro?04:54
linuxnuubno, I'm on kubuntu on the bare metal, no live CD.04:56
linuxnuubI ran lsscsi, which gave this04:57
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> Bare metal? Celeron? Pentium? Atom? AMD entrance cores04:57
linuxnuub[3:0:0:0]    disk    TOSHIBA  External USB 3.0 5438  /dev/sda04:57
linuxnuub[N:0:4:1]    disk    Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 250GB__1          /dev/nvme0n104:57
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> NVMe SSD internally?04:58
linuxnuubYes, it's internal. and to answer your other question, I've got an intel quad core, i3-8109U and 8 gigs of ram.04:59
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> I'm i3 too, but ... … Samsung SATA SSD "QVO" 931G in /dev/sda … And 15.6G RAM's05:00
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> Have you enabled UEFI?05:01
linuxnuubIt's a system76 meerkat, it came with POP OS but I've distrohopped around and settled on kubuntu.05:01
linuxnuubrunning less on the drive says I own it... even though some stuff says its owned by root and not me..05:03
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, So yes you HAVE BEEN safe, unless the USB drive is an Seagate mechanical05:03
linuxnuubNah toshiba, and thats been ext4 for who knows how long at this point.05:03
linuxnuubWould it matter if I was using that with manjaro a while back, wiped it, and now I'm using it with kubuntu?05:04
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> Assign yourself to the ONLY sudoer … Then run, … `sudo e2fsck -ffyy /dev/sda1 … sudo mount /dev/sda1 /opt/toshiba_usb … sudo chown -RR $LINUXNUUB:0 /opt/``toshiba``_usb`05:05
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> You MUST be an sudoer yourself to own sth instead of root05:07
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> Hope this helps to master your nerdy life05:07
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> 😊05:07
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> 💪🏻😊🤝05:08
linuxnuubI should be a sudoer, as I've been using the terminal all day.05:12
linuxnuubAFAIK there isn't a root user enabled, as I can't SU into the terminal and not type sudo all the time.05:12
linuxnuubDon't remember setting up any root password.05:14
linuxnuubthe "issue" is still there, but, the files are showing up in radarr and thats all that I'm caring about at this point. Thank you very much for your help!05:26
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, `sudo bash` … OR … `sudo su` … As for launching the root shell but NOT enabling the root user … AND … `sudo passwd -ddeell root` … As for shutting off the root login … BEFORE this you MUST change YOUR password as of an sudoer05:38
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> @linuxnuub, 👍🏻👍🏻05:39
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> any succesfully installed Lector reader in here?06:13
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> (Photo, 1280x709) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/pXd49u3j/file_31568.jpg06:14
valorie!info lector06:29
ubottuPackage lector does not exist in focal06:29
valorieit might be available as a snap or something06:30
valorieyou can search Discover for it06:30
valorie@Cracking up... ^06:30
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lordievaderGood morning07:02
IrcsomeBot<hd_scania> It's somewhy no sound on Kubuntu-Trinity Focal … Now getting all the minimall needed Trinity packages upgraded and reinstalled08:12
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> @hd_scania, There is no such thing as trinity focal, and we do not support 3rd party repos. As said in the Neon chat, please do not take support chats off topic08:21
lordievaderTrinity, haven't heard that name in a long time.08:27
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> @valorie, no its not available as snap. i think only available as arch package08:30
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> @ubottu, how do i install it on kubuntu08:31
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> I guess use the instructions on the github page08:38
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> @RikMills, i installed tge dependencies how do i install the file from github09:06
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BluesKaj'Morning all12:06
daumI recently got a new machine and installed kubuntu 20 on it, everything is working except getting my monitors to go to sleep.  It seems like it tries to start to put them to sleep but wakes itself back up then never turns off.  I do notice when it's suppose to turn them off,all the windows on my secondary display get moved to my primary display but then nothing happens.  I did test with xset dpms 10 20 to just verify they will turn off12:25
daumproperly and they do.  any ideas what could be occurring?12:25
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IrcsomeBotKawin Rungsimuntakul | Saturn Network DAO | DAOStack Pollinator | Trusted In Trading was added by: Kawin Rungsimuntakul | Saturn Network DAO | DAOStack Pollinator | Trusted In Trading14:22
home_hi. Fresh install of Kubuntu 20.0415:45
home_Why does my computer not turn back on after I suspended it?15:45
home_I check my CPU power indicator and it seems like everytime I press sleep, it does something else entirely15:46
home_It's like shutdown but worse. When I press mouse/keyboard ofc nothing happens cuz as I said the power indicator goes off on pressing sleep!15:47
home_When I press power on button, I get nothing.. not even motherboard oem logo.. Then I cut off power completely, then press powering on the system makes everything normal again..15:48
home_I used almost all Ubuntu variants, Manjaro, Arch.. This never happened! Kubuntu us unable to sleep!15:49
home_Hello? Please help!15:49
home_mods here please reply15:50
home_I am dual booting with Windows 10 and there is no problem with sleep on that.. So it's definitely not a hardware problem15:51
diogenes_home_, linux iinux inherently had problems with sleep/resume so don't be surprised.15:51
home_What? I have been using linux for over 3 years now. As I said, I have KDE on ARch too. Never had any problem with sleep. Why the hell would sleep completely turn my PC off?!15:52
diogenes_what kernel in arch comparing to Kubuntu?15:54
home_It's a 11 year old Desktop system. nothing new that Linux might have compatibilty probelms with..15:54
home_I was on Kernel 5.615:54
home_With I got fed up with daily updates hence switched to Kubuntu15:55
diogenes_try cli sleep and see if it works that way.15:55
home_you mean systemctl sleep?15:55
home_Did that too. Same results15:55
home_Should I install a new kernel supported by ubuntu? I think they have 5.6 in officail repo15:56
diogenes_you can try a newer kernel.15:56
home_Okay sure. I'll do that tomorrow morning and report back here. If that doesn't work, should I post on kubuntu forums?15:57
diogenes_yes you can always report.15:58
home_Okay great. I have one more question.. I tried to install KDE from ubuntu mini iso.. I got into the desktop with 'kde-plasma-desktop'.. Then added LO, GIMP, FF etc.. That system, I can bet felt significantly snappier than the Kubuntu I just installed from the release ISO. What could be the reason? In case you are wondering why I got the iso with that already installed, the sleep probelm was the reason.. I thought maybe this would work..16:00
home_Booting up was around 25 secs.. I had installed plymount, kde customized grub too..16:01
home_On this install, it's around way more than a minute16:02
home_I have turned baloo and kde wallet off16:02
Frogger-Hi folks.  I have a question about Livepatch.  I have it installed on 3 machines already.  I wish to do a fresh install of 20.04 on one of them.  Do I have to de-register Livepatch on the initial system first or what do I have to do to get it running again on the the new install?16:02
diogenes_home_, systemd-analyze blame16:02
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home_@digogenes https://textbin.net/ZztFCxP2BG16:05
home_udisks2.service  , networkd-dispatcher.service      , NetworkManager-wait-online.service, accounts-daemon.service  can I safely disable all these services?16:06
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> (Photo, 613x296) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/JV4pyzTo/file_31614.jpg16:07
home_Okay I got a bright idea. I'll copy the config from my mini KDE install. Thank you for the help so far.16:08
diogenes_you're welcome16:09
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> @RikMills, ok i installed all dependencies from package manger.16:13
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> what does the clone repository means16:13
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> ```git clone git@github.com:BasioMeusPuga/Lector.git```16:16
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> that downloads the code to a folder called Lector16:17
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IrcsomeBot<nash_g5> No support request. Just sending Kubuntu love to the team. Since I installed Kubuntu on my laptop, no going back. I feel like KDE is the premium DE and Kubuntu made everything easy for users.19:22
valorie thanks, @nash_g519:53
IrcsomeBot<JetSector603> @nash_g5, Wholeheartedly agree. Both the KDE and Kubuntu teams deserve a huge 'thank you" from all of us.20:26
GSMarquisLong time gnome Ubuntu user. This is my first Kubuntu install 20.04.....I am impressed. Much snappier than gnome even the release in Ubuntu 20.04.20:34
GSMarquisSo is there a group of config files to backup so if i do a wipe/reinstall I can just copy them over to the new install?20:58
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> The KDE and the respective apps have config files in both the ~/.config and ~/.local/share directories.  Filter for plasma in ~/.config directory and you will hit "most" of the desktop config files.21:04
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Also, filter for "kde" in the same directory for a few more.21:06
Guest_26hello, sorry for disturbing, can I ask one question? it's about booting problem21:34
GSMarquisSo I can just keep copies of those and drop them right in on a new install?22:13
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