alezandroafter upgrading to 20.04, bluetooth keyboard idle timeout is too fast. Worked fine in 19.10. I tried to set IdleTimeout to 0 in /etc/bluetooth/input.conf, and also tried to create a udev rule to prevent the timeout. No luck. Keyboard times out quickly, after 30 secs or so, and then takes time to wake up00:10
alezandroAny suggestions would be great00:11
logotypei have a problem01:02
logotypeno se puede realizar el bloqueo01:05
rtnd0ghi all03:42
rtnd0gDoes anyone here know anything about Virtual Packages and/or Meta Packages in apt-get?03:42
rtnd0ghi qkall04:17
qkallhi o.o first time i was greeted here lol :)04:17
rtnd0gwell i have selfish reasons. :)04:18
rtnd0gqkall: do you know anything about Meta Packages and Virtual Packages? I have attempted to research this online, but all I find are vague, confusing, and outright contradictory definitions of those two terms.04:18
rtnd0gsuch as:   https://www.queryhome.com/tech/57766/what-are-virtual-packages-in-linux04:18
rtnd0gand also...04:18
qkallsorry my good and polite rtnd0g , i am quite drunk04:19
qkalladditionally i would not be privy to this sober04:19
rtnd0glol. okay.04:19
rtnd0gi have asked on every ubuntu and apt related channel i could find.04:20
rtnd0geven the two links i posted above confuse me and are apparently contradictory to one another.04:20
rtnd0gUbuntu was the first website i checked. Debian.org was the second place i checked.04:22
oerheksvirtual packages can point to a source ouside your sourceslist, like chromium > snap, and metapackages is a set of packages together.04:53
oerhekslike ubuntustudio-audio > https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/bionic/arm64/ubuntustudio-audio/0.17404:54
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IrcsomeBot<lpranam> (Photo, 1280x960) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/Ml0cqW45/file_32971.jpg07:58
IrcsomeBot<lpranam> I am getting this error no startup and then not able to connect to wifi07:58
IrcsomeBot<lpranam> Or if i boot without error then wifi disappears after a couple of minutes07:59
kauebkfHello guys08:15
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user|17142hi, i have trouble with my boot on Kubuntu 19.10 (stuck on dark screen with mouse pointer only after launching with  Refind). Simple question : can I use Ubuntu boot repair or do i have to use a kubuntu one ?10:11
user|48249Hi, VLC is acting weird, wont play videos after it's been used once or twice, and I can't force quit it10:57
BluesKaj'Morning all11:23
Gwalennhi it's now several times my kubuntu fossa crash surfing on the web. I try to check the  ksystem log but I have only the informations after reboot11:25
viewer|67kubuntu discover gives this error the packagekit daemon has crashed, also cannot update from konsole14:16
user|6147hi there14:16
user|6147im facing ethernet problem14:16
user|6147how to fix??14:17
BluesKajlogout and in again to get apt access14:17
viewer|67discover: package kit daemon has crashed.14:19
user|6147still no internet14:20
BluesKajdon't use discover, it's buggy, just use the terminal14:21
viewer|67I tried that and it failed.14:21
viewer|67sudo apt update failed14:21
viewer|67E: The repository 'http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu cosmic Release' does not have a Release file.14:24
viewer|67N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.14:24
BluesKajCosmic? that's EOL14:26
viewer|67What's EOL?14:27
ubottuEnd-Of-Life is when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop. Make sure to update Ubuntu before it goes EOL so you get updates promptly for newly-discovered security vulnerabilities. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOL and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more info. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades14:27
viewer|67This seems to be a bit "over my head". I'll check back later.14:34
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IrcsomeBot<wang michael> sure, except the error18:29
Ad_AstraHey guys, I have a question, hopefully it's not too silly of a question. How do I get an external hard drive to mount at the same point each time the computer restarts? For weeks it was mounted at /media/username/toshiba4tb, but for whatever reason today it refuses to mount there and will only append a number at the end.19:38
Ad_AstraUsing umount and then mounting it under its original mount point isn't working for me. Is there something I should be doing in the fstab?19:38
diogenes_Ad_Astra, try this: udisksctl mount -b /dev/sdx19:51
Ad_Astraidk what the deal is... now it's not connecting to the monitor anymore. It's recieving commands via the keyboard because I'm still able to tell it to restart via ctl+alt+t and then typoing out reboot, but this is seriously frustrating.20:01
ad_astradiogenes_, I ran those instructions and it still mounts in the unintended location.20:40
ad_astraidk what fixed it, but doing another round of umount, and then sudo mount....yadda yadda has attached the drive to the mount point that it's been for the past few months.20:54
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