Bashing-omifdef42: ISRT makes me think of raid meta data remaining, see http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2038121. Might be good to use 'wipefs' to check ?00:01
Squarismif you install programs manually - and multiuser isnt important, where should one put them?00:02
Squarism~/.local ? ~/bin ?00:03
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ifdef42Bashing-om, the hard drive was brand new... but i guess maybe the RST hardware has some memory. it was showing up as like an option rom in preboot but now i don't see it. maybe if i stick the msata back in. not sure how much i care, pain to take apart. :D thx for all the suggestions00:12
Bashing-omifdef42: Is but a thought -  "sudo wipefs /dev/sda". Note that you should not just trust me that that command is safe (even though it is), you should run "man wipefs" and confirm for yourself that the command will just list all visible filesystems (and in this case, RAID metadata) and their offsets.00:13
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cgipythonI want to upgrade ubuntu 18 to 20 and want to backup my 18 on a usb drive - what software should i use to backup?01:37
SpeedrunnerG55i am running ubuntu 20.04 my logitech G430's disappears fromt he audio device list whenever i plug in my phone or start up steam. it disappears and reappears every few seconds for a while while staying active for only about 1/2 a second01:42
Bashing-omcgipython: Might consider: https://9to5linux.com/ubuntu-based-rescuezilla-1-0-6-arrives-as-the-swiss-army-knife-of-system-recovery .01:50
cgipythonBashing-om, Is there a way to use it on my 18.04 instead of bootin from usb? It would be nice if i can create a bootable version of my 18.04 as an image on the usb drive01:52
Bashing-om!backup | cgipython01:53
ubottucgipython: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup, !borg, and !cloning01:53
cgipythonBashing-om, thanks. I started with duplicity01:54
cgipythonthen will upgrade 20.04 - or perhaps install a fresh version - not sure01:54
Bashing-omcgipython: There are so many ways :) - most depends on the use case and experience.01:55
cgipythonI wish duplicity would show an ETA01:56
cgipythonseems like its going to take all night01:56
lamiastellamy ctrl+c and ctrl+v doesn't do the copy paste in Ubuntu 20.04 anyone else having same issue?02:53
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lotuspsychjeanyone notice loginloop on ubuntu-desktop 20.04 after recent updates kernel 5.4.0-37-generic02:56
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KonHi today's dbus package update for Bionic broke my system audio so I'm trying to roll back. I could in theory roll back to the original April 2018 version still in the repo, but I'm wondering if there's any way at all I could track down the previous -ubuntu1.1  package from bionic-updates03:38
kyle__lamiastella: console or in gnome/kde programs?03:40
lamiastellakyle__:  only doesn't work in terminal03:42
lamiastellafor example ctrl+c works here in IRC kyle__03:42
kyle__lamiastella: Most terminals use ctrl+shit+c ctrl+shift+v03:43
lamiastellakyle__: ctrl+shift+c doesn't work as well in terminal03:43
lamiastellaoh never mind it works thanks a lot kyle__03:44
kyle__No problem :)03:44
lamiastella(11:36:42 AM) mona: Hi, I get this error on 20.04 [   13.386440] uvcvideo 1-9:1.0: Entity type for entity Camera 1 was not initialized! how should I fix it?03:46
oerhekswe need more info, what webcam, and hardware specs?03:51
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user01hi, you can't have a username with a space in it, right? there is some POSIX restriction on it?05:06
user01a user asked me and I said they couldn't but when they asked why I really didn't have an answer05:07
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Jordan_Uuser01: https://serverfault.com/questions/73084/what-characters-should-i-use-or-not-use-in-usernames-on-linux05:13
nsaundershow can I get tab completion with xmllint so that I can type "xmllint foo.xsl" press tab and it will fill in the "t"?05:28
nsaundersor just "xsl foo" and it will tab complete "foo.xslt"  - as works with "xmllint bar" for "xmllint bar.xml"?05:29
raddyAppArmor is interfering with mysqld startup05:54
raddyI have edited the configuration file and added exceptions05:54
raddyBut I am not finding any improvements05:54
ld50nsaunders: try fish shell06:19
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nsaundersld50: can't do that with bash?06:57
ld50nsaunders: dunno, i'm not a bash user anymore since fish is so much better. you can install fish and try it by simply invoking "fish" from your bash shell, no need to change your default shell06:58
worrelsik@nsaunders, Tab twice?07:05
worrelsikMaybe you have another file that qualifies for completion, and Tab'ing once has not enough info to decide which filename to choose for completion07:07
nsaundersworrelsik: nope07:07
nsaundersit's something specific to xmllint so far as I can tell.  it works for .xml files, not for .xslt07:07
snake-venomhi, wonder if there is some gui tool to store terminal ssh connection, similar to MacOS07:18
Shillossnake-venom: try putty07:24
vltsnake-venom: Not GUI but there’s ~/.ssh/config.07:24
Monotokomobaxterm works with a bit of WINE as well07:40
Monotokovscode has SSH/SCP built in07:40
viktor_Hi all. I'm (still) trying to install nextcloud on my server. I installed the snap but the website still isn't up. "snap info nextcloud" says service "nexctcloud.apache" is enabled but inactive. maybe it's on apache while i'm on apache2? Or what could be the problem?07:41
indyZmobaxterm is what I used in windows, I liked it. lots of features, more than putty07:41
lotuspsychjeviktor_: try #ubuntu-server perhaps07:42
nsaundersld50: interesting07:52
ld50nsaunders: try hitting tab repeatedly for a nice menu of possible completions. also, strg-r is not supported unfortunately but you can type a substring and hit the up-arrow for possible history matches07:54
nsaundersld50: what's strg-r?07:58
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ld50nsaunders: oh, sorry, ctrl-r. on german keyboards ctrl is called strg, i forgot for a moment :D08:02
ld50("control" vs. "steuerung")08:02
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ai_lionHi, everyone.08:57
ai_lionI've been struggling with Ubuntu based distros for a whole day.08:58
ai_lionMy brand new laptop has AMD R9-4900H + Nvidia RTX 2060 inside.08:59
nsaundersai_lion: what's the q?08:59
ai_lionAll ubuntu based distros fails to run on this laptop.09:00
nsaundersI'm no expert, but I'll give it a shot09:00
ai_lionThe problem is mainly on Nvidia RTX 2060.09:00
nsaundersai_lion: having no idea, I'd go out on a limb and speculate it's nvidia video drivers or something similar09:00
ai_lionI've tested daily build as well but still not able to solve the problem.09:01
nsaundersyeah...can you just install maybe a plain vanilla version then add a kernel module later for eh driver?09:01
ai_lionHowever, openSUSE tumbleweed works like a charm, which is embarrassing.09:02
nsaundersai_lion:  I'm not sure, just giving my two cents.  A question on askubuntu might help also.  my knowledge is limited to "knowing" that proprietary drivers are a problem09:02
nsaundersohhhh, so that's useful info.  what does modprobe say about which drivers it's using?09:03
ai_lion"ubuntu nouveau fifo sched_error 08" is what I got as error message.09:03
ai_lionNearly all posts talking about this issue says I need to add graphics-drivers/ppa09:04
nsaunderswhat I'd want to know, in your scenario, would be what kernel modules openSUSE is using..09:05
nsaundersmy two cents, hope that helps.  bye for now.09:05
nsaundersbut, yes, adding a ppa sounds like a good idea...did you try that?  (I'm tired, so I'll let others, who know more, help you.)09:06
toffeHi guys, according to timedatectl docs it says it uses: 1. DHCP, 2. Configured from /etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf and 3. FallbackNTP from same file.09:06
ai_lionnsaunders: Thanks. I will try have a look about kernel version and kernel module info.09:06
toffeWhen checking that file both are commented out still it works, any idea on there the 4th choice is? :P09:07
ai_lionThat PPA doesn't work.09:07
ai_lionIt's empty in "Additional Drivers"09:08
ai_lionI've also tries `apt install nvidia-driver-440` and/or download the ".run" driver from nvidia's website.09:09
ai_lionNone of them works.09:09
FatalFUUUIs org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons not valid in 20.04 now ?09:14
ai_lionnsaunders: I will reinstall openSUSE in 20 mins, then I will be able to provide any info needed.09:16
ai_lionnsaunders: I've confirmed that openSUSE has a newer version of nouveau which works for RTX 2060 Mobile.10:00
ai_lionThis daily build doesn't work either.10:04
nsaundersai_lion: did you find out which kernel openSUSE uses?10:16
dex1983I do not have a clue what I am doing wrong with ubuntu lts, if I try it with software raid, install it on one disk, everytime I get "grub install dummy failed"10:18
dex1983What I am doing wrong :-(10:21
seven-elevenhow can I change a dependency of a debian package?10:28
seven-elevendo I have to download the tar.gz manually or can I access it directly from apt cache somewhere?10:28
ai_lionnsaunders: 5.7.1-1-default10:34
dex1983has someone an idea?10:35
MrElendigseven-eleven: you would have to make your own deb with the changes10:35
ai_liondex1983: Ubuntu will always let you down if you use soft raid.10:36
MrElendigsounds like a xyproblem though10:36
seven-elevenMrElendig, found this short instruction, currently trying to install it https://serverfault.com/a/38395810:36
ai_lionIt happens on 14.04, 16.04, 18.04 and 20.04 as far as I know.10:36
seven-elevenMrElendig, actual problem is that bareos (bacula fork) doesn't ship a package for ubuntu 20.04 yet, so im gonna try to package it myself :-)10:36
dex1983but I also cannot install it the normal way on one hdd10:36
dex1983dummy grub fails10:37
seven-elevenand bareos-bconsole depends on libreadline7, so I changed it now to libreadline810:37
ai_lionYou will see the fancy grub2 cli once you complete the installation "successfully".10:37
MrElendigseven-eleven: that might not work well if this is some binary software10:38
MrElendigand not open source10:38
dex1983yeah when booting I get the grub shell :-(10:38
dex1983thats all10:38
seven-elevenMrElendig, found the source code here: https://github.com/bareos/bareos/releases10:40
MrElendigyou want to build the deb from source then, not "hack" the dependecy array for the existing .deb (without rebuilding the code)10:41
MrElendigelse you might in best case end up with "libfoo.so.5 does not exit" or worst case end up with silent corrution10:42
seven-elevenoh right10:42
seven-elevenMrElendig, i think im going to wait it out and leave 18.04 on the backup vm10:44
MrElendigusually not that hard to just bump the deb as needed10:44
seven-elevenmy first attempt failed dpkg: Fehler beim Bearbeiten des Archivs bareos-bconsole_19.2.4-4_amd64.deb (--install): Unterprozess dpkg-split gab den Fehlerwert 2 zurück :-)10:44
MrElendigLANG=C makes the error messages more useful for the rest of us10:45
seven-elevenI think i packaged it wrongly with `tar --ignore-failed-read -cvf control.tar.xz postinst postrm{post,pre}{inst,rm} md5sums control`10:46
nsaundersai_lion: 5.7.1-1 default what?  I don't mean the kernel (although I suppose that matters) so much as the kernel modules...10:47
nsaunderspresumably nvidia just needs some specific kernel module.  I'm making a ton of assumptions and have no deep understanding of drivers, but that's at least what I gather.  Have you tried the ppa which was suggested?10:48
ai_lionnsaunders: 5.7.1-1-default is the kernel openSUSE uses.10:48
seven-elevenMrElendig, if I run `tar --ignore-failed-read -cvf control.tar.xz {post,pre}{inst,rm} md5sums control` tar complains there would be no postinst or postrm, but they exist10:49
ai_lionIt's nothing to do with the PPA on this step because openSUSE uses nouveau too.10:49
nsaundersai_lion: so it's not using *any* kernel modules at all?  that seems extremely unlikely.  OpenSUSE is almost certainly running some sort of nvidia modules..10:50
ai_lionIt uses "nouveau".10:50
nsaundersore-failed-read -cvf control.tar.xz {post,pre}{inst,rm} md5sums control`  ▒│10:51
nsaunders│tar complains there would be no postinst or postrm, but they exist                                                               ▒│10:51
nsaunders│(03:49:52) ai_lion: It's nothing to do with the PPA on this step because openSUSE uses nouveau too.                              ▒│10:51
nsaunderswhoops.  but try that link10:51
nsaunderslsmod shows me the modules I have loaded...probably if you run lsmod in OpenSUSE it will show you something useful..10:52
ai_lionJust as I said, "nouveau" is the kernel module that drives RTX 2060.10:53
ai_lionThe only difference is that Ubuntu doesn't have the latest version of nouveau so I may just need to install a newer version.10:54
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nsaundersai_lion: ahh10:55
LordDoskiashello i have a realtek alc1220 codec on my mb but pacmd list-sinks shows that the driver in use is snd_hda_intel? I do have audio but i *think* quality is subpar10:57
ai_lionDo we have Ubuntu builds that are more progressive than daily build?10:57
JellyIsAwesomewould you recommend using freenas as a nas10:58
seven-elevenMrElendig, this worked for me: https://serverfault.com/a/85939411:01
MrElendigLordDoskias: that is the correct driver11:02
benfrancispopey (or any other discourse.ubuntu.com moderator): Sorry to bug you but I'm trying to post a new post on the Appliance category on discourse.ubuntu.com to propose a new appliance but I get an error that says "You are not permitted to view the requested resource." This thread11:02
benfrancis(https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/you-are-not-permitted-to-view-the-requested-resource-error-when-luisp-is-trying-to-post/16226) suggests this is a permissions problem and says to message a moderator for a permissions bump, but I'm apparently not allowed to do that either... any chance you could help? My username is krellian.11:02
MrElendigLordDoskias: alc1220 is just one of many implementations of the intel hda spec11:03
LordDoskiasMrElendig, right, are there some settings i can play with to see if i can get better quality ?11:03
MrElendigLordDoskias: depends on what you mean by "better quality"11:03
MrElendigalso what people think about audio quality and the actual objective quality often varies massively11:04
MrElendigone example is vinyl and tube amps which every audiophile raves about. Technically they are quite bad, they give you a lot of distortion11:05
FatalFUUUIs org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons not valid in 20.04 now ?11:05
LordDoskiasMrElendig, for example listening to this track: https://youtu.be/1vWqW9tI2kg i feel like there isn't enough bass. It's as if i;m hearing mostly high pitch i.e the vocals11:05
FatalFUUUeven the default extension in tweak tool does nothing11:05
LordDoskiasat the same time i can hear that there is some bass in the background but as if it can't come out and is "stifled", true that this might be subjective11:05
MrElendigLordDoskias: you can use an eq to distorte the audio to your liking11:05
MrElendigLordDoskias: it is often done automaticly on windows11:06
MrElendigLordDoskias: give pulseeffect a try11:06
LordDoskiasMrElendig, that package seems rather invasive in that it actually upgrades pulse audio ?11:08
lesshastemy ssd drive stopped booting (it just hang part way through the boot) so I am booting off a usb live ubuntu distro.  I tried to reinstall linux but it said there are unresolved errors. How can I find these errors? Which tool should I be using?11:08
lesshasteit sends me to the partition page but I am not sure how I am meant to resolv anything from there11:09
yolanHello, my python is broken :(11:10
yolanI can't install dependency on 20.0411:10
quadrathoch2dex1983 you still there? ^^11:11
b3n10hi guys , anyone using clipmenu in ubuntu? is there a deb/snap package for it?11:23
b3n10no one uses clipmenu in ubuntu?11:30
quadrathoch2b3n10 doesn't seem like it11:33
b3n10quadrathoch2: alrighty, no problemo11:34
b3n10i'll try installing from source then11:35
seven-elevenMrElendig, what is your favorite backup software, just rsync?11:37
lotuspsychje!discuss | seven-eleven11:39
ubottuseven-eleven: Want to talk about Ubuntu, but don't have a support question? /join #ubuntu-discuss for non-support Ubuntu discussion, or try #ubuntu-offtopic for general chat. Thanks!11:39
MrElendigseven-eleven: prepare to be assimilated11:44
lotuspsychjeFatalFUUU: dconf-editor11:44
* MrElendig uses borg11:45
b3n10ok installed clipmenu from source, not that hard. But now I need to start it once logged in, where can i save my script?11:46
lotuspsychjeafternoon ioria11:46
iorialotuspsychje, hey lotus; all good ?11:47
lotuspsychjeioria: just for info Bug #1843982 occured to me this morning, yeah all good : )11:47
ubottubug 1843982 in accountsservice (Debian) "Various programs crashed with SIGSEGV in g_str_hash() from g_hash_table_lookup() from update_user()" [Unknown,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/184398211:47
lotuspsychjeafter updates, loginloop11:47
BluesKaj'Morning all11:49
iorialotuspsychje, sounds bad11:49
zambahow do i install the linux debug symbols?11:50
zambais it from a special apt repo+11:50
seven-elevenshould I A) (focal) switch to borg B) (focal) go through the hassle and setup bareos on focal (i could get libreadline8 to work with bareos using a symlink in /lib/x86.., but now i got a postgresql version issue which I have to fix)  or C)  (bionic) stick to bionic and wait it out until *eventually* bareos maintainers support focal?11:52
dex1983yeah quadrathoch2 sill here again :-(11:53
quadrathoch2dex1983 so what are you planning again/11:54
dex1983try to make it to install ubuntu but with no effort :-/11:56
MrElendigseven-eleven: never symlink .so's they are versioned for good reasons11:56
dex1983always have the problem with grub dummy installer11:56
MrElendigrebuild from source instead11:56
dex1983also without software raid11:57
dex1983on normal hdd it fails for testing11:57
quadrathoch2dex1983 Oo hm, what board/laptop do you got?11:59
dex1983freenas worked with it over  3 years without problems12:00
quadrathoch2dex1983 if I remember correctly you already looked into the efi for your ahci mode or?12:02
dex1983ahci hmm let me have look12:03
b3n10have a good day guys12:05
dex1983legacy and ahci is activated12:06
quadrathoch2dex1983 you want to install legacy mode? or efi12:08
dex1983the method which works g :-)12:11
dex1983efi does not work12:11
quadrathoch2dex1983 okay, so just make sure to boot into bios mode then12:12
skyliner_369Okay why would a package uninstall without me uninstalling it myself? telegram-desktop just kinda... poof12:12
lotuspsychjeskyliner_369: the one from apt?12:13
skyliner_369yeah. I try to stick to using apt instead of the software center12:13
dex1983yeah I tried that too will not boot prepared stick with rufus12:13
dex1983but only uefi works :-(12:13
dex1983I will try it now with cent os for testing12:14
lotuspsychjeskyliner_369: check your dpkg logs12:14
quadrathoch2dex1983 honestly I would choose balena etcher, as rufus has sometimes some hiccups12:14
skyliner_369okay. Where would they be?12:14
dex1983ah ok maybe thats the problem thanks a lot12:15
skyliner_369... dafuq? now I have 2 installed instances...12:17
skyliner_369unless one is a snap?12:17
lotuspsychjedf -h and apt policy foo, to the rescue12:18
asdfghdoes the software i install via snap has a chroot env to run into?12:28
asdfghfor exmaple12:29
asdfgh /dev/loop43      18M   18M       0 100% /snap/gedit/60512:29
asdfgh(running df -h)12:29
dex1983cent os worked witout a problem in uefi mode and was is bootable12:39
dex1983now trying it with etcher and ubuntu lts12:39
quadrathoch2dex1983 hope it works12:46
dex1983yeah me too13:01
dex1983the n try :D13:01
dex1983getting to start ubuntu13:02
dex1983hate ubuntu13:02
Guest_999Hi dex13:02
Guest_999Is there someone can read my text13:03
kyle__Not unless your phone has been comrpomised.  Don't be som paranoid.13:03
Velardeyou can always use Signal13:04
dex1983hi Guest_99913:04
Guest_999I'm using web version on my phone:)13:05
Guest_999I have a question long ago13:05
Guest_999How could i handle BGRT13:05
Guest_999To change boot logo13:06
Guest_999Is there someone can tell me how?13:06
Guest_999I know it can be done with changing my bios firmware13:07
Guest_999But i could not found the right bios mod13:08
kyle__Guest_999: Are you talking about the ubuntu splash screen, the linux kernel display (which ubuntu users don't usually see), or the actual image your mobo shows long before it gets to an OS?13:08
Guest_999I mean image from the mobo13:08
Guest_999I cannot change it13:09
Guest_999So there is two logo at boot time13:09
Guest_999First the mobo logo13:10
kyle__Sometimes you can access & change parts of the bios flash from inside linux.  I know I've managed dell desktops before where I could just copy the file from a box with the right settings to all the others from linux.13:10
Guest_999Then ubuntu splash screen13:10
kyle__Yeah.  That's going to be so super spcific to your mobo I'm afraid.13:11
Guest_999Can you explain it more? Where i can find it?13:12
Guest_999Is it on boot folder13:12
Guest_999Bios memory also not listed on dev13:13
Guest_999I hope i can bypass it just as i edit shadow file or etc13:13
dex1983nope also debian sucks thats annoying13:19
dex1983cent os works13:19
kyle__No, it's not going to be anything at all in your boot folder.  There will be some bios setting that lets you disable or change the boot logo.  For some bioses it will also include a utility you can run to change the logo from within your os, and in some you can hack away on it from any os, but that's super super specifc to each model.13:37
kyle__Think of it this way: your bios comes up and will dispaly that image no matter what.  Even if no OS is ever loaded.  So it happens way before the boot folder is ever accessed13:37
fmcsHello, is it so uncommon to have two OSs on two separate SSDs with full disk encryption?13:53
fmcsWhy in 2020 is it so difficult to install ubuntu on a second SSD with lvm/luks? AFAIK is not even possible to do that with the custom partitioning inside the installer. I had to do it manually.. with anaconda is basically automatic, you select the disk you want to use, custom partitioning, and then it autoconfigures lvm/luks in few clicks.. please tell me I'm terribly wrong and there is a simpler way13:59
AlexMaxI've been having freezing issues that I have been unable to figure out by looking in the usual places.  Logs don't tell me anything directly, merely suggest things that happen as a result of the freeze (gnome not getting any input events, can't connect to my suddenly missing monitor, that sort of thing.14:13
AlexMaxLast time I froze, I was listening to music, and the music actually continued to play just fine, no buffer loop or anything.14:13
AlexMaxhowever my attempts to switch to a virtual terminal didn't work14:14
AlexMaxI was hoping that perhaps updating my kernel might help get things under control - first, my graphics card uses in-kernel drivers and is notoriously unstable even on Windows, and second before Ubuntu I was running Fedora 31 which seemed to be on top of kernel updates and I don't remember having issues like this.14:17
AlexMaxSo I suppose my question is, what is the suggested spot to get up to date kerenel releases for Ubuntu 20.04?14:18
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kyle__AlexMax: Do the logs say your HID devices were disappearing from USB? From X/waylaynd?14:50
AlexMaxkyle__: These are the interesting things from my journal from last boot14:54
AlexMaxThe last two times I crashed, I was in Firefox, and there was some sort of fancy animation going on, like zooming in on a map or doing a throbber waiting on some backend process14:55
AlexMaxNot that I blame firefox - if firefox crashes, it's firefox's problem, if firefox crashes my entire machine it's Linux's problem.14:56
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kyle__Those look like 100% from the xorg, not the OS level.  Something really funky is going on there.  If it was at a linux or kernel level, you would see usb devices attaching and detaching15:18
kyle__(which does happen if the mobo is going, or more usually if the usb device is dying)15:19
AppAraat[m]hi, is the gnupg package on 18.04 and 20.04 repackaged from Debian?15:25
PETURBGmy cleients has this: warning: TLS library problem: error:14094418:SSL routines:ssl3_read_bytes:t15:27
PETURBGunknown ca:../ssl/record/rec_layer_s3.c:1544:SSL alert number 48:15:27
kyle__AppAraat[m]: I'm pretty sure it's rebuilt on ubuntu, but I do believe ubuntu has their own maintainers for it15:33
PETURBG?unknown ca:../ssl/record/rec_layer_s3.c:1544:SSL alert number 48:15:42
jwhitmoreBack gain with printer issues. For some reason if I manually add the Brother HL-L2350DW printer, (which was bought after checking that it was Linux compatible) then when I plug in the printer Ubuntu added another printer for the printer. That would be great, if what Ubuntu added actually worked. 'dmesg' is telling me that at the end of processing when the printer is plugged into a USB port is the line 'usblp0:removed'16:31
jwhitmoreSo when I plug in the printer Ubuntu adds it then removes it.16:33
sumagnawhere are the desktop files or executable files for the app added to the dock stored?16:35
sumagnamy editor(atom) is opening with some files(emptying them totally) which when tampered with can render my editor useless and unusable16:38
sumagnai think there is some erroneous line in the file which is executed when atom is opened from the dock16:39
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sumagnai mean the general desktop file for Applications in the system menu16:42
kyle__jwhitmore: Not that it's a great solution, BUT, those generally work flawlessly with vanilla IPP.  In the meaintime, you could just put it on the network.16:45
kyle__FWIW brother's web-ui is better about letting you disable the crap you don't want than say, cannon's.16:46
cgisudo do-release-upgrade -d --> Why does one have to use "-d"? On 18.04 - is it recommended to use "-d" to goto 20.04?17:39
cgiI was hoping 20.04 is no longer a dev version?17:39
lotuspsychje!ltsupgrade | cgi17:39
ubottucgi: Regular upgrades from 18.04 LTS to 20.04 LTS will be enabled once 20.04.1 is released in late July. This delay helps to ensure that any lingering issues are resolved before people upgrade production systems. If you'd prefer to upgrade now, use sudo do-release-upgrade -d17:39
cgilotuspsychje, thank you!17:40
cgiis there a way to ban certain websites from google results?17:41
beowuffHay, I'm trying find documentation on PackageKit.conf file. I need to set the proxy, as Software Center is not pulling it from either settings ro /etc/environment...17:41
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SquarismIs there some trick to open a folder with sudo rights in nautilus? Or atleast copy a file onto a root owned directory?18:11
C0nundrums i think i somehow removed my network drivers18:12
C0nundrumif i boot from a live cd and can i update the packages18:12
lotuspsychjeSquarism: ctrl + l admin:///18:12
Squarismlotuspsychje, thansks18:16
lotuspsychjeC0nundrum: some chipsets like broadcom can be installed from the live media, in /pool18:17
User1231Not spam, need support. View + put "thumbs UP": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUt6HIgfQgo18:18
lotuspsychjeUser1231: thats not ubuntu related18:18
C0nundrumi'm using a live usb18:21
C0nundrumwhen i chroot to it i loose internet connection.18:21
C0nundrumIs there a way bind mount the directories apt relies on to the mount18:22
C0nundrumok copying resolve.conf worked18:25
C0nundrumis there a base package i can reinstall for broadcom ?18:26
lotuspsychje!broadcom | C0nundrum18:28
ubottuC0nundrum: Help with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx18:28
lotuspsychjeC0nundrum: STA - no internet access18:29
JfalkenGreets everyone. I'm having an issue with waking from suspend in xubuntu 20.04. After I open the lid of the laptop back up, I get prompted for my password to log back in, and after I enter it, everything just freezes.  pm-utils shows suspend, hibernate and suspend-hybrid is all supported, but I can't track down this freeze.  Any suggestions?18:35
C0nundrumstill shows the interface as unclaimed18:42
C0nundrumDoes that exclusively mean that i am missing drivers ?18:50
lotuspsychjeC0nundrum: yes, unclaimed means driver didnt load18:51
seven-elevenhow can I fix the  libc6 error bug during upgrade https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/glibc/+bug/186742318:51
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1867431 in glibc (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1867423 ERROR got an error from dpkg for pkg: 'libc6'" [Critical,Fix released]18:51
newbsduserHi team, do you know a remote mgmt supported log collector client for linux? I want to collect /var/log/messages, audit logs and some additional custom logs, I  want to monitor agent status, and I want to remotely configure these agents.18:51
seven-elevenapparently something installed a wrong libcrypt1 and now the do-release-upgrade fails from 18.04 to 20.0418:51
seven-elevenhow can I "reinstall libcrypt1" so that it is the correct one18:52
lotuspsychjeseven-eleven: thats an old bug that should already got fixed by now18:52
seven-elevenlotuspsychje, should be fixed, but somehow my ubuntu distro still carries a wrong libcrypt1 for some reason18:53
seven-elevenand i installed all updates for 18.0418:53
seven-elevenso how can I purge the wrong one manually and make sure i get the right one18:53
seven-eleventhis happened now at the second host i wanted to upgrade hm19:07
seven-elevenwhat do you recommend to do? should I reinstall from scratch 20.04. then?19:07
lakitucan i download debian packages thru apt-get say *for a different version than my current OS*?19:13
sarnoldlakitu: configure deb-src lines for the other release -- then apt-get source -t foo bar   or apt-get source bar/foo  will do the trick19:15
lakituok - will work with that / try19:15
leeyaacan you guys recommend an alternative to katello subscription manager ?19:17
leeyaai need a gui that i can use to manage multiple servers packages versions.19:17
sarnoldleeyaa: perhaps landscape? https://landscape.canonical.com/19:19
leeyaasarnold a bit too expensive19:21
leeyaaalthough I am considering it if I dont manage to find something free19:21
ZeNEXHello. Using Ubuntu 20.04, installing 'xfonts-terminus' but it never shows up on the fonts list anywhere, this always worked before, what's going on?19:46
oerheksdid you logout/login or recreated the font cache?19:46
nsaundershow do I install xidel?19:47
ZeNEXoerheks, have not done either19:48
oerheksZeNEX,  it is in the wiki, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts19:48
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oerheksnsaunders, if it is not in our repos, sudo dpkg -i <package>.deb19:49
nsaundersoerheks: it's not listed..19:49
ZeNEXI did sudo fc-cache -f -v, still no luck19:49
oerheksindeed, i did not find it either, maybe someone made a ppa19:49
ZeNEXMight try logout/login19:50
nsaundersoerheks: thx19:51
oerhekshave fun!19:51
ZeNEXI fixed it: I used package 'fonts-terminus' instead of 'xfonts-terminus' not sure why that fixed it...19:52
oerheksoh, good spot ..19:54
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thelounge3495I've got a server running that has an issue where if the box loses network (network cable unplugged, router reboots, etc) then the interface never gets a new IP address and only a reboot resolves the issue. I've tried restarting systemd-networkd, ip link dev down / up, but no luck. Anyone have any ideas on what could be the problem?20:43
oerheksone, i would assign a dedicated ip to a server, how would you manage the ports to the wan? and in the router a mac filter if available.20:44
oerheksso it should never get a new ip, it can reconnect20:44
thelounge3495oerheks It's got a dedicated IP on the router and I've tried setting it up as a static IP on the server itself, but had the same issue. Switched it to DHCP (which is what it is now) to see if that changed things, but it did not.20:48
worrelsikBecause of my non-working Bluetooth dongle, I'd like to apply a patch to drivers/bluetooth/btusb.c. But I don't understand from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel how to apt-get the source code for the kernel of my system (5.4.0-37-generic).20:53
worrelsikapt-get source linux-image-$(uname -r) just downloads a few kB20:53
Bashing-om!info linux-image-generic focal20:54
ubottulinux-image-generic (source: linux-meta): Generic Linux kernel image. In component main, is optional. Version (focal), package size 2 kB, installed size 17 kB20:54
worrelsikBut the kernel tarballs on www.kernel.org are around 100MB.20:57
worrelsikSo how should I apply the patch (https://bugzilla.kernel.org/attachment.cgi?id=284525)?20:58
Bashing-omworrelsik: As the instructions ^ say, what now returns ' uname -r ' ?21:04
Bashing-omworrelsik: from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/BuildYourOwnKernel: ' apt-get source linux-image-$(uname -r) ' :)21:07
jeremy31worrelsik: if you have source repositories enabled, in terminal do, apt-get source linux-modules-extra-$(uname -r)21:07
jeremy31worrelsik: if you have source repositories enabled, in terminal do, apt-get source linux-modules-extra-$(uname -r)21:11
worrelsikAh, sorry, did not read your instruction close enough. That gives much more: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/wQfxYHRCP8/21:14
jeremy31worrelsik: now do>  cd linux-5.4.0/drivers/bluetooth21:15
jeremy31worrelsik: what non working device do you have?21:17
MordocSorry folks, wrong terminal...My poor screen switching skills...21:20
worrelsikSome CSR Bluetooth dongle https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2g45KsKP6R/21:20
verma_ankit484is there any way to just upgrade gtk to 3.20 in ubuntu 16.04?21:21
jeremy31worrelsik: your patch may have to by applied from linux-5.4.0 directory, I can't be sure.  I haven't had much luck getting CSR dongles to work21:22
worrelsikThe value for bcdDevice (88.91) matches what is hardcoded in the patch21:22
jeremy31worrelsik: OK, but I wouldn't build an entire kernel just for one patched module, it might be easier to try the latest kernel if it does have the patch21:24
worrelsikjeremy31, Alas, it is already 7 years not included: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6082421:27
ubottubugzilla.kernel.org bug 60824 in Bluetooth "[PATCH][regression] Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle unusable" [Normal,Reopened]21:27
charmsHi, which ISO should I use to install to a RAID0 array? (Yes I know it sounds stupid)21:27
charmsFor 20.04*21:28
jeremy31worrelsik: 7 years ago the bluetooth devs about gave up on CSR because all their BT dongles used the same USB ID21:31
worrelsikI truely sympathize with them21:32
worrelsikjeremy31: But I'd like to give it a shot! Now that btusb.c is changed, should I proceed with the section "Modifying the configuration"?21:35
worrelsikI don't think this counts as a configuration change, does it?21:36
worrelsik@charms: the server edition?21:37
charmsworrelsik thanks, is there a difference compared to the desktop installer other than a command line ui? this is for my home computer21:38
jeremy31worrelsik: not really, and you just need to build a new btusb.ko and dump it in /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/bluetooth  and reboot21:39
jeremy31worrelsik: you could use the Makefile from https://github.com/jeremyb31/newbtfix-4.15/blob/master/Makefile and put it in your source code directory for bluetooth, then do a make and copy the btusb.ko21:40
worrelsikjeremy31, Argh: "you just need to build"...Thanks for that Makefile21:41
ninguis there a way to override the device(s) to install grub to for grub-efi-amd64-signed?21:50
MarkB2I'm trying to install "babl" ... which requires meson.  Found meson, installed that.  Running "meson build" per directions, the install fails with "gobject-introspection-1.0 not found".  I did install gobject-instrospection-1.0 using apt-get .. but the pkg-config (.pc) file didn't seem to make it over.22:32
sarnoldMarkB2: look for a matching -dev package22:33
MarkB2sarnold: I should have thought of that... checking.22:34
MarkB2sarnold: running apt-cache search gobject-introspection produces dozens of hits.  Those that seem to have relevance have already been installed.22:37
MarkB2gobject-introspection is up to 1.56 .  It's hard to believe babl authors wanted version 1.0 .22:37
ErichHyuugaTroll lives matter! Defund Freenode Staffers!22:38
oerheksErichHyuuga, not here, thanks.22:38
ErichHyuugaThis is about limiting the heavy-handed tactics the globalist Freenode Staffer swine use to oppress minorities like trolls on Freenode!22:41
oerheksnot a package in our repos..22:41
ErichHyuugaJustice for Bedpan and Sarajevo!22:41
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MarkB2oerheks: was that note about package aimed at me?22:43
oerheksMarkB2, nope.22:43
oerheksi have little knowledge of mason22:43
MarkB2I didn't have _any_ knowledge of meson other than it's required for a compile of another package.  Trying to compile gimp from sources.22:44
* ErichHyuuga attacks oerheks with Hakke Kuushou no Jutsu!22:45
phunyguyErichHyuuga: Can we keep it do Ubuntu support in here please? Thank you.22:46
masonoerheks: HTML::Mason or me?23:22
sarnoldmason: I think in this case, meson :)23:24
masonOh, ah, yeah, that'd be more topical.23:24
masonHTML::me used to be more topical. Even I used it.23:25
sarnoldheh yes the name is well-worn in my mind as well, but I don't think I ever used it23:40

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