lubot<HMollerCl> Apt remove or apt purge00:59
lubot<HMollerCl> Apt --help will give you the correct answer, I don't remember exactly01:00
lubot<kc2bez> I think they left Hans.01:00
lubot<HMollerCl> Ow01:00
lubot<kc2bez> Telegram is great in a way, you don't have to idle in the channel waiting for the answer.01:01
lubot<HMollerCl> 👌01:02
lubot<HMollerCl> And emoji 😂01:02
lubot<kc2bez> 😁01:03
lubot<tbs61> @kc2bez [Telegram is great in a way, you don't have to idle in the channel waiting for th …], +101:03
lubot<RONI ASAAD> Hi every body06:55
lubot<RONI ASAAD> I have an old driver06:55
lubot<RONI ASAAD> Nvidia fx 5500 geforce06:56
lubot<RONI ASAAD> The file i had as .run06:56
lubot<RONI ASAAD> I have watched a video in youtube for installing .run file06:57
lubot<RONI ASAAD> I want to know if i have install it correctly06:59
lubot<RONI ASAAD> (Photo, 1280x768) https://i.imgur.com/PyYM0uC.jpg06:59
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Cj9Hi there, completely new to lubuntu. just downloaded lubuntu iso file, do I need to extract it with winnzip. how do I make it to a bootable usb from the file. tried dvd but it didn't work so now would like to try usb13:47
Cj9haven't got rufus13:48
micrex22thrn get it13:48
Cj9then what, do I use the iso as it downloaded or do I extract it first13:49
geniiWhat OS did you download it with, Windows?13:50
Cj9yep Windows13:50
geniiI usually use dd for Windows http://www.chrysocome.net/downloads/dd-0.6beta3.zip  ..the image itself doesn't require any modifications to boot from either DVD or USB, it just needs to be directly written to an USB  stick13:56
lubot<kc2bez> There are many options. You can read more on our manual page. https://manual.lubuntu.me/stable/1/1.2/booting_the_image.html13:58
Cj9aah ok, just got rufus so will try that but if that doesn't work I'll try your idea. cheers guys. Might be back in a minute if this doesn't work. lubot; red the manual page but couldn't make heads or tales of it. Like I said, new to this.14:00
geniiWhen the image was only for making a CD/DVD special software needed to be used to modify it for booting from other media, but the images have been hybrid ones for some releases now and don't need modifying14:01
Cj9thanx genii14:02
Cj9the file is lubuntu-18.04.4-desktop--386.iso so probably/hopefully doesn't need modifying14:06
Cj9but I suppose I still need to verify it even though its from lubuntus download page14:07
lubot<kc2bez> Yes, you should always verify just to make sure the download was good and nothing got lost in transit.14:08
Cj9cheer lubot. could you please show me the full command line, previous verification didn't work thanx again14:15
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lubot<kc2bez> In Windows I think the best way is in PowerShell https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.utility/get-filehash?view=powershell-714:22
lubot<kc2bez> Basically at a PowerShell prompt issue `Get-FileHash PATH TO ISO -Algorithim SHA256`14:23
lubot<kc2bez> That should give you the hash then you can compare to the sha256 to make sure it matches.14:24
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lubot<kc2bez> Don't forget to sub PATH TO ISO to where the iso is actually located. ^14:25
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