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IrcsomeBot<Swift110> Hey07:10
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BluesKaj'Morning folks12:52
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zen_anyone can help me how to fix kde neon 20200625 kernel panic on ryzen 3 2200u16:42
user|79463Hi there. Hope you people can help me. How much space do Kubuntu 20.04 LTS need? Last I tried to install it, it would use my 3 HD (120GB SSC, 500GB and a 1TB) Is that right??18:04
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IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @user|79463, Bare bones KDE/Kubuntu does not require much disk space, but if you plan to use it to for games, office apps, teams, zoom or development, then you need to plan accordingly.18:10
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> You can configure Kubuntu to use all 3 of your disks during or after install.18:10
user|79463Ok. On install I could not on my 120GB, it was too small. It took my 1TB instead. And same with my 500GB18:12
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Are you trying to preserve the existing data on each of those drives?18:14
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> What OS is currently installed?18:14
user|79463No. It was first time I install Kubuntu 20.04 LTS18:14
user|79463Empty HD18:15
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> So you are trying to install Kubunut on a new system with fresh new hard drives?18:17
tomreyni'm pretty sure a full standard kubuntu installation won't take more then 20 GB disk space.18:21
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> The installer guess which drive to use for installation, but you can override the default drive (Disk Setup tab, select Manual option, and select the drive for install from the drop down).18:21
tomreyn* 25 GB according to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/SystemRequirements18:22
user|79463Ok thx for the help. I will try again on a new install18:22
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Jump to 37s into this video to see a drop down example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b46RC0tE1qw18:23
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Are you familiar with linux file systems and drive mounting?18:23
user|79463Nice video you sent. No not so familiar, but I learn from you guys ;-)18:27
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> If so, I recommend mounting your other drives using the Manual Disk Setup option. You can create custom mount points such as /data or /mnt/drive1 or /mnt/drive2 for your other drives, the setup will automatically add them to your /etc/fstab file.  But mounting can also be completed after setup.18:27
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> I would suggest to use the 128G SSD as root ("/") and your 1TB drive for /home and the 500GB drive as /data18:29
IrcsomeBot<wang michael> kilometer seconds18:30
IrcsomeBot<wang michael> change the timeout18:30
user|79463Ok. Copy that!  Now I will try to install on my 120GB. Again - thx for help. See you later18:30
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> That's how I say it.18:31
user|72121I have Pentium 2 intel processor can i use kubuntu 2018:43
tomreyni don't think so. it wouldn't be a good idea also, those old cpus have unfixed vulnerabilities18:44
tomreynthanks for the chat18:44
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Guest61682thanks and hello, kubuntu is running as a vm and i cant get full screen been trying for days, any help20:43
ubottuKDE bug 407058 in common "KDE Plasma5 can't change resolution in VM after last update" [Normal,Confirmed]20:48
th4ntisCan anyone help me figure out why im having issues restarting/shutting down my machine while it's "Docked". I have th lid closed and its hooked up to a USB-C hub with ethernet, and display, etc. Anytime I go to restart or shutdown the laptop I have to remove it from where I haveit placed and open the lid, 'wake it up' where im greeted with the login screen, then have to restart/shutdown.21:21
IrcsomeBot<kachin aungmya> In the same time21:36
derek-shnoshI joined my Kubuntu 20.04 desktop to my local Active Directory domain, working great for my SMB and even managing my sudo access via AD. However, whenever I reboot, I have to click "Other" on the login screen and manually type in my AD username then password. Is there a way to get the login screen (SDDM?) to cache or otherwise show the domain login22:06
derek-shnoshthat was last used?22:06
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