funkyjiveI just added 4   4TB drives to a system and am trying to create a RAID 5 array with mdadm.  I created partitions on the 4 drives using gdisk so I could transcend the 2TB partition limit of fdisk.  After assembling the raid array though, it comes in at 6TB instead of the expected 12TB01:52
funkyjiveit seems to be maxing out at 2TB per drive01:53
funkyjivemdadm --details /dev/md0 seems to confirm this with 6TB as the size and 2TB as the "used"  (the XOR stuff).01:54
funkyjiveany ideas how I can identify why this is happening?  parted -l shows 4 4001GB partitions01:54
funkyjivesudo mdadm --create --verbose --force --assume-clean /dev/md0 --level=5 --raid-devices=4 /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdc1 /dev/sdd1 /dev/sde101:55
funkyjiveis my array creation command01:55
geniiII think you need GPT partition01:56
geniiDoes: sudo parted -l    ...show msdos or gpt  under the Partition Table field?01:59
funkyjivePartition Table: gpt02:00
funkyjiveit does say that.02:00
funkyjiveI just tried to create the array without using partitions (so putting /dev/sdb /dev/sdc /dev/sdd and /dev/sde) and it created using the full size02:01
geniiYou can use the entire device, but then automounting won't usually work on those02:02
funkyjiveright ... I was reticent to do it ... but it does seem to prove that the problem is the partition02:02
genii( because it looks to the partition info for filesystem hint of what to mount )02:02
funkyjiveok, my partitions have been purged and I have done a sudo mdadm --zero-superblock /dev/sdd  for each drive02:04
funkyjiveI should be at square one.02:04
funkyjiveI am going to try to re-create the partitions now02:04
funkyjiveNumber  Start   End     Size    File system  Name        Flags02:06
funkyjive 1      1049kB  4001GB  4001GB               Linux RAID  raid02:06
IrcsomeBot<Swift110> Hey all02:06
home_hi I have a problem to troubleshoot02:06
home_I have a full kubuntu and mini kde install on two different partitions02:07
home_The mini boots up in exactly 60 seconds. But the full one take 100 seconds02:07
funkyjiveI think that worked ... whatever that did reset whatever was the problem.02:09
home_I checked it and found out that  systemd-journal-flush.service takes 13 seconds on full Kubuntu (vs 3 seconds on mini), dev-sdaX.device 12 seconds (vs 6.7 secs on mini), udisks2.service takes 12 secs on full (vs 8.7 secs on mini)02:09
home_Why is this differnece? What is wronf with the full Kubuntu install?02:10
funkyjivegenii: thanks for your response and moral support.  I now have an 11TB raid drive.02:10
home_Hello? Somebody tell me how to fix that?02:11
geniifunkyjive: Yay!.. although it seemed to have corrected itself ;)02:11
home_@genii could you help?02:12
geniihome_: It is my bedtime soon, so not tonight, unfortunately02:12
home_um okay. np02:13
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> home_, I can try to assist.  So 2 different partitions on the same PC behave entirely different?02:55
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Please run the following from each session and paste the corresponding links here: systemd-analyze blame | pastebinit02:58
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linuxnuubhow do I delete a large file? I'm trying to delete the entire folder it resides in, but using rmdir isn't playing nice. Doing a right click and sending to trash gives me an error saying it's too large.03:47
Dragnslcrlinuxnuub- if you right-click on the file and then hold down shift, "Move to trash" will change to "Delete"03:51
linuxnuubI figured it in a round about way, could you tell me if this was a smart idea or no?03:52
linuxnuubthere were spaces in the folder and file name, so I manually turned all of those into a period, then I ran rm on the file itself, and then I ran rmdir on the folder.03:52
linuxnuubI'm trying to learn as much of the command line as I possibly can, it's fun doing it this way, I feel I'm learning a lot and have more control over what I'm doing. Even though at the moment I'm not super knowledgeable.03:53
linuxnuubmust I remove all spaces from my directories and file names?03:54
DragnslcrTab-completion in the shell will handle them fine03:54
DragnslcrIf you need to type the name manually, you can use a backslash to escape the space, e.g. "file\ name.txt"03:55
linuxnuubHow do I turn those into something the terminal will understand? I got a lot of "rm: cannot remove 'Of': No such file or directory" and "rm: cannot remove 'the': No such file or directory"03:55
linuxnuubaah, so it would be instead of "I am tall" it would be "I\am\tall"03:55
DragnslcrI think putting quotation marks around the entire name will work, too03:55
Dragnslcr"I\ am\ tall"03:56
DragnslcrA space becomes a backslash and a space03:56
linuxnuuboh ok, muchas gracias!03:56
DragnslcrNo problem03:56
linuxnuubI've ended up renaming everything over the past hour over this.. lol should have looked into it more.03:57
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> @RikMills, thanks05:24
lordievaderGood morning06:12
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IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> (Photo, 1280x719) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/7Od5YFdX/file_31669.jpg y does the uninstalled splash screen still showing up in my settings how do i remove it?07:43
IrcsomeBot<Cracking up…> (Photo, 1280x719) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/GnJ8WzPU/file_31670.jpg07:44
IrcsomeBotWill Chen was added by: Will Chen08:22
cptguy39How would I extract the password value between double quotes form this output: {    "OperationId": "9786fe82-377d-40f1-944b-fd597209a5ac",    "Password": "1\\yI'5@&TfdyJb"}08:54
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IrcsomeBot<Franzpow> Ciao10:12
user|53777Hi all, asking a newb question. I tried to download kubuntu 20.04, I did a dd if=file.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=409611:01
user|53777the image is written correctly11:01
user|53777and I see the drive as kubuntu11:01
user|53777with boot files etc inside11:02
user|53777when I boot from the usb11:02
user|53777screen stays black11:02
user|53777I tried with disk utility11:02
user|53777and other11:02
user|53777no success11:02
user|53777is there something wrong with the latest kubuntu11:02
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user|96007i weant to run make xconfig and asks for qt4 or 5, how can i install it?12:00
BluesKaj'Morning all12:12
moksha_Hi. I have a question12:18
moksha_Can I somehow install just the ubuntu core packages excluding anything related to the desktop Environment when booting on Live CD?12:19
moksha_I had Xubuntu Core (817mb) which I install, then moved to KDE Plasma .. It's significantly faster to boot and function compared to the Kubutu I later installed from the full Kubuntu install later on a differnet partition..12:20
moksha_I'm not sure if I am able to translate what I mean but I just wat to install the core except any bloat12:21
daumany ideas how i can track what is "waking up" my monitors?  As soon as they go to sleep they immediately rewake up12:29
viewer|24I'm unable to login kubuntu 19.1012:29
viewer|24Even I entered correct password12:30
mparilloFor looking at what slows your boot, I recommend https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/systemd-analyze.html12:51
mparilloblame option12:51
mparilloIf you want to start from scratch, you could try installing from http://cdimages.ubuntu.com/netboot/focal/12:54
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serkanvbhello. I did not see 32bit image on download pages for Kubuntu19.10. is there 32bit alternatives for Kubuntu19.10 and Kubuntu20.04?14:07
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> 32bit was dropped for 19.10 and beyond14:29
claydohserkanvb: no, there are no longer 32 bit isos any longer. 18.04 was the last to have 32 bit installers14:35
serkanvbis there a 19.04 version. it looks like there is/was but I cannot find the iso images14:57
oerheks19.04 is EOL, dead14:59
oerheks19.10 is supported ( for one month), else 18.04 LTS or 20.04 LTS14:59
serkanvboerheks ok. thanks15:01
somekool-copy18.04 & 20.04 both great releases, just make sure there is a K leading the file, that what makes it beautiful ;)15:03
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serkanvbanyone knows an official mirror from where I can download 19.04? I need it for some tests.15:42
claydohThere are no official sources for the iso, as 19.04 is EOL, its package repos have been mothballed so using it will be awkward at best even if you do find a source.15:49
user|76369I have installed Kubuntu several times but it  is always bloked.16:45
IrcsomeBot<Terminator_99> @user|76369, What's is the issue?17:30
IrcsomeBotapvchan was added by: apvchan17:47
IrcsomeBot<apvchan> (Photo, 1280x720) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/qpRJS9XE/file_31713.jpg Ciao a tutti ho fatto un aggiornamento oggi... Al riavvio non mi parte Kubuntu... Se in recovery mode mi esce questo e si ferma... Qualcuno sa aiutarmi? Grazie17:47
IrcsomeBot<apvchan> Hi I did a upgrade and after Kubuntu crash in this screen. How can I do?17:47
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IrcsomeBot<John da Eira> Will Kubuntu 20.04 receive the Plasma 5.19 update?18:38
IrcsomeBotTisha_Esteban was added by: Tisha_Esteban18:56
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> John, 20.04 is based on QT 5.12.8 and synchronized with the main Ubuntu repos.  Plasma 5.19 depends on QT 5.14.x so due to the complexity of repackaging  QT, Plasma 5.19 will not be backported to 20.04.19:19
IrcsomeBot<John da Eira> Thanks for the answer. I thought is would be in the Kubuntu Backports like 19.10 was.19:20
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> QT dependency revision jumps are the major stumbling blocks for back porting.  Due to multiple DE's (Lubuntu, Kubuntu and soon studio) depending on the QT packages, Canonoical cannot upgrade the QT packages without a lot of testing.  Due to developer bandwidth limitations, nobody has time undertake the extra projects.19:25
IrcsomeBot<RikMills> To add to that, if we did provide an updated Qt in a PPA, that would break a reasonably large number of apps in the archive that are not in Kubuntu's supported set of apps. To 'unbreak' them we would need to provide and more importantly maintain rebuild and build fixes with the newer Qt for them all, which is currently way outside our remit and manpower abilities. A lot of social media comment make it it look as if we are being lazy20:27
IrcsomeBotin 'just not updating Qt, but20:27
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