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flybackwhy is lubuntu 20 only mentioned on lubuntu.me and not the other site00:02
CarlFK Settings, Sound, Applications - shows apps that are using sound.  is there something similar for web cam?00:05
TenLeftFingersIs it possible to check the status of do-release-upgrade? I didn't include the -d option and it's been about 4 hours now.00:15
Jordan_UTenLeftFingers: What00:16
Jordan_UTenLeftFingers: ... What's the last ouptu you saw from it?00:16
TenLeftFingers"Inhibiting until Ctrl + C is pressed ..."00:17
TenLeftFingers(before that line was "To continue please press [ENTER]"00:18
TenLeftFingersthere doesn't seem to be much disk activity00:19
Jordan_UTenLeftFingers: Are you doing this from ssh, from a graphical terminal, a text only tty, or something else? Do you have screen or tmux installed?00:20
TenLeftFingersI'm using a terminal on the laptop00:20
TenLeftFingersBut I see now that I still needed to press enter (!)00:20
TenLeftFingersI  thought the next line of output meant that I had already done that00:20
TenLeftFingersNow it's fetching00:21
TenLeftFingersCan I shutdown after packages have downloaded / before installation?00:22
pymagiccan i safely install libffi both 0.6 and 0.7 on the same machine?00:22
pymagicon ubuntu 20.04lts, how do i get 0.6 using apt?00:22
Jordan_Upymagic: There seem to be two separate packages, libffi6 and libffi7, and they don't seem to conflict with each other (at least not directly). That means that the Debian and Ubuntu devs think that you should be able to have both installed at once.00:27
pymagicJordan_U, thanks00:28
Jordan_Upymagic: You're welcome.00:28
pymagicJordan_U, libffi-dev - I only see that when I use apt-cache search00:28
pymagicwhere do you see 6 and 7 indepedently?00:28
tripelbWould someone be a sweetheart and give me a link to something that explains regular expressions. I want to rename some file names and if I don't specifically know what I'm doing I'm going to mess up so I need to review everything.00:33
tripelbI'm just going to remove this and leave that.00:34
gildartstripelb: Are you looking for a GUI tool or command line?00:34
tripelbOh command line please. Gooey is much too complicated for me.00:34
tripelbNot only do I have to figure out how Bosch thinks but then I have to figure out how that programmer thought.00:35
tripelbIt said bash, I saw it but then The great mighty Google decided to change it00:35
gildartstripelb: This might be a helpful introduction. https://www.howtogeek.com/423214/how-to-use-the-rename-command-on-linux/00:36
tripelbI've been looking at a couple of those and they weren't it.00:36
tripelbI don't know for sure anymore how to specify five more characters, or look for the next open parentheses.00:37
gildartsAh... you need something more focused on regex rather than the command line tool then?00:37
tripelb It's going to do the exact same thing to every single line so I don't need any logic.00:38
tripelbThat's what I figure gildarts00:38
tripelbI like that You have an oz name and I just used an oz reference00:39
leftyfbtripelb: I would google for "bash regex". Also, join #bash00:39
tripelbOk.00:39
leftyfbtripelb: careful in #bash though. They're not nice, but they do know what they're doing.00:39
nubcaketripelb; google for sed, could be helpful aswell00:40
gildartstripelb: Also, you can use https://regex101.com/ or similar to see how a regular expression is processing.00:40
tripelbI'm an old lady and I remember none of Linux used to be nice. I gave up. The first time I tried it I had 27 discs of slackware00:40
tripelbI've been meaning to learn sed for about 5 years00:41
tripelbAnyway I'm very happy with the first result I got from bash regex -- Knowing what to Google is the first step. I'll come back after I've absorbed this one if I need any help. And thanks00:42
tripelbooboyleo gildarts... It's a test setup at regex101.com-- very cool. The guy who's asking me doesn't have an internet connection. He's in some dipshit Valley in the mountains of Oregon.00:46
pymagicon my new ubuntu 20.04 install , python3.8 - arrow yes have stopped working - any ideas on how to fix this? perhaps something to do with readline/terminal?01:00
pymagicreadline / libreadline are both installed01:04
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CarlFKhttps://webrtc.github.io/samples/src/content/devices/input-output/  audio works, video does not. (both have permission granted)01:30
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CarlFKvideo sometimes works.  like I ran cheese, it displayed video, closed it, then the test worked, but walked away for 20 min, came back, black screen and the cam light is off.01:31
AHemlocksLieI have a game, Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition from GOG, that is crashing because it's looking for libssl.so.1.0.0 and can't find it because I have version 1.1. Is there a way I can fix this?02:01
AHemlocksLieI'm running 20.04 LTS02:02
oerhekslots of forumposts about that "ubuntu Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition libssl.so.1.0.0" ...02:09
oerheksbad idea, IMHO, to use such old and vulnerable  libssl.so.1.0.0 ....02:09
oerheksa fix, just read, https://www.gog.com/forum/baldurs_gate_series/baldurs_gate_enhanced_edition_on_fedora_linux02:09
oerheksor this https://www.gog.com/forum/baldurs_gate_series/linux_version_openssl_mismatch/post802:10
oerheksone better ask GOG to fixs it.02:10
AHemlocksLieAh, I should have thought to look on the GOG forums02:13
AHemlocksLieThat last one was a quick and effective fix, though, so thank you for helping me fix it02:13
oerheksAHemlocksLie, have fun!02:13
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grigoraHi, I have an Ubuntu server with a ufw firewall. I open up several standard ports 80, 443, 25. When I do ufw status, I see that the correct ports are open. When I nmap from another ubuntu server, I see the correct ports open, however when I do nmap from my MacBookAir - it shows a whole bunch of open ports, including 21, 554, 7070. Does anyone know03:18
grigorawhat this means? Is it my ISP mucking with traffic?03:18
oerheksyes, but the ports are closed, example article; https://serverfault.com/questions/330571/nmap-on-my-webserver-shows-tcp-ports-554-and-7070-open03:20
oerheksno worries.03:21
grigoraoerheks: thanks, so it is the ISP, correct? what's even more bizarre is that i can telnet server 21 and connect to it03:24
lamiastellahey I get this error ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'wx'03:33
lamiastellaand I have installed it already03:33
wagleis there a tool for installing ubuntu (20.04) remotely?  google wants only to tell me about remote desktops...03:34
wagleif i recall correctly, there's a bazillion wx packages..  is there a main "install all of them" package?03:35
waglemodule?03:36
lamiastellacould you please have a look at my question? https://askubuntu.com/questions/1254656/problem-with-importing-deeplabcut-no-module-named-wx03:40
lamiastellawagle: I am not sure to be honest03:40
lamiastellawagle: how do I know which one is needed for deeplabcut?03:41
waglelamiastella: you might ask on the python irc channel?03:42
wagleI dont know03:42
oerheks148 not upgraded. ... try a sudo apt update && sudo apt dist-upgrade # and reboot03:42
lamiastellaoerheks: do you think if that's causing the problem?03:43
waglerunning a 18.04 with a corrupt apt database..  simplest to just fresh install 20.0403:44
lamiastellaI am not using 18.04 I am using 20.0403:44
waglei thought maybe he was answering my question, sorry03:45
lamiastellado you know how I fix it? E: Unable to locate package libwebkitgtk-dev04:23
oerheks!find libwebkitgtk-dev04:25
ubottuFound: W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W: (and 11617 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libwebkitgtk-dev&searchon=names&suite=focal&section=all04:25
oerheksit is in universe .. but not for 20.04 https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=libwebkitgtk-dev04:26
oerheksperhaps webkit2gtk ?  https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/webkit2gtk04:27
biggtimberwhen you uninstall a package, and the config directory stays behind. I'm havin issues when I delete the config dir and reinstall the application. It's not creating the config files. I'm messing around with ansible, and 'reseting' a machine by deleting the config files04:34
biggtimberam I missing some other file/record that thinks the config files should be there and doesn't create them on a reinstall uninstall/install?04:35
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: perhaps the #ansible channel knows the fine tuning about the config?04:36
biggtimberhappens with apt as well.04:37
biggtimberon the kibana package04:37
biggtimberI remove the package with apt, delete the config folder '/etc/kibana/', and run the install again (either in ansible or apt). The config files are not ther.e04:38
biggtimberjust didn't know if I'm missing something general that you need to change if you delete the config files.04:38
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: did you check your /home folder for config files?04:38
lotuspsychjehidden folders on and .config ?04:39
biggtimberchecking04:39
biggtimberdoesn't seem to be anything in there related to this.04:40
biggtimber.config only has 'htop' in there, and there is no .kibana file04:41
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: some apps, would also need a command to create a first time config04:41
biggtimberah04:41
biggtimberlet me look04:41
oerheks /usr/share/kibana  ?04:42
oerhekshome  Kibana home directory or $KIBANA_HOME /usr/share/kibana04:42
oerhekshttps://www.elastic.co/guide/en/kibana/current/deb.html04:42
biggtimberif I remove the package, that 'usr/share/kibana/' directory is gone. so it' not holding information there upon another installation04:45
biggtimberalso, their docs dont mention a flag during install to force the creation of the config files04:46
oerheksmake sure kibana has stopped, else it remains in memory04:46
biggtimberI know it worked the first time04:46
biggtimberit is stopped. there still is a service, so I wonder if that my be the trigger for it not to create the config files. if it sees a service file.04:48
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: its not the snap you installed?04:48
biggtimberno04:49
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: maybe a reboot?04:50
biggtimberpossible. rebooting. better not be that. lol04:51
biggtimbernope. still an empty directory.04:53
biggtimberhmm.04:53
lotuspsychjebiggtimber: https://kb.objectrocket.com/elasticsearch/how-to-configure-kibana-after-installation04:56
biggtimberwas able to fine the base config file in the tar from the kibana downloads from elastic. time to setup the playbook with templates I think05:07
biggtimberthanks for the help05:07
lotuspsychjewelcome biggtimber05:09
xbfroganyone know how to print from leafpad to printer? i dont see that option i only have print to file. and yes the printer is installed and works printing various other jobs. just apparently not this one. do i need to install something else?05:17
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ikarus987using screen for a very first time :<05:30
ikarus987fallowing a guide and it says when u are inside screen05:30
ikarus987ctrl+a?05:31
ikarus987will bring u commands u can use05:31
ikarus987for screen05:31
ikarus987but nothing is happening05:31
Jordan_Uikarus987: It won't "bring you" anything. It's kind of the prefix for commands. So ctrl+a followed by typing the character 'c' will start a new shell. ctrl+a followed by '3' will bring you to the 3rd "screen", if you have one.05:32
tripelbI have a problem. On05:45
ikarus987Jordan_u how do i see how many screen sessions i have?05:45
ikarus987opened05:45
tripelb20.04ubuntu. I may not have done the part about playing non-free stuff correctly. On my computer I cannot play a embedded Vimeo video I only get the audio. I can't remember but I don't think I can play movies either. YouTube is fine. Please help me I've tried to fix this and not succeeded.05:46
tripelbI'm speaking to you from my phone05:47
tripelbI can play a regular Vimeo video.05:48
tripelbth4ntise same video I can't play on my computer plays fine on the phone.05:48
tripelb...05:48
tripelbth4ntise same video I can't play on my computer will play fine on my phone.05:49
tripelb.05:49
tripelb. The same video..05:49
tripelbth4ntise speech to text button is right next to the send button. My client makes the first word look for a username and fills it in. Life is so strange. Please help me with my video problem on the computer05:50
Jordan_Uikarus987: ctrl+a "05:54
Jordan_Uikarus987: (literally the quotation mark character is what you need to type)05:54
oerhekstripelb, oh those pesky sites with embedded vimeos05:55
tripelbThis is a private video that's only good today until midnight in my time zone.05:55
Jordan_Uikarus987: You probably want to read an intro to screen. I haven't read this one but at a glance it looks good: https://opensource.com/article/17/3/introduction-gnu-screen05:55
oerheksdisable your adblocker ?05:56
tripelbThough I did change my time zone to Hawaii05:56
oerhekslolz, now you come up with your timezone..05:56
tripelbYes I'll disable my ad blocker right now ... in chrome05:56
Jordan_Uikarus987: To get a list of commands you can use, you can do ctrl+a ?05:56
tripelbWait can I disable all extensions all at once right now. That will make things easier. For me.05:57
oerhekssure, rename the ~/.config/google-chrome folder?05:58
oerhekslazy mouse user05:59
tripelbKisses blown to you my Nederlandlijk friend oerheks - that did it.06:01
oerhekshave fun!06:01
oerheksone can disable an adblocker per site06:02
Jordan_Uikarus987: I also appreciated byobu when I first started using screen: https://www.byobu.org/ Now I've settled in to just using tmux without byobu.06:03
tripelbNow how to save the video. Any suggestions? Pne some side that had men open "Inspect", click on network, click on the 9 digit number... -- I got as far as "search for the speed and find the listing of the .mpg4 filename." (I couldnt)06:04
tripelb^^^^ next question.06:04
tripelboerheks (i did see that You said I can disable it per domain name)06:05
deltabtripelb: there are category selection buttons: make sure 'All' or 'Media' is selected06:08
Jordan_Utripelb: "youtube-dl https://URL_of_video_here"06:09
Jordan_Utripelb: If you need to log in to be able to view the video, you'll need to log in with youtube-dl as well, using the --username option (don't use the --password option, instead let youtube-dl prompt you for the passsword. Any time you enter a password as a parameter it's visible to all other users via "ps aux" and will also be kept in plain text in your bash history.06:12
Jordan_Utripelb: Though, please don't this or any other tool / trick to do something unethical. Think about why the person that posted it made it private and with a time limit, and consider if it's ethical to ignore their desires for either of those things.06:14
elias_aalexrelis: No I don't. As I wrote in the bug description, the bug can be replicated using a live session with no tweaks.06:17
alexreliselias_a: I see. Thanks for reporting the bug.06:59
ikarus987Hi wondering what method can i use to take backup my ubuntu? i have server ubuntu that i am sshing into07:00
ikarus987please any guides is helpfull07:00
ikarus987i cant use timeshift :( because i dont have desktop ubuntu07:01
alexrelisikarus987: Duplicity?07:03
ikarus987googling that07:03
ikarus987will it backup the machine?07:04
ikarus987like an image?07:04
alexrelisikarus987: It will use rsync to create a fully-encrypted image of the system with preserved permissions.07:04
alexrelishttp://duplicity.nongnu.org/07:04
ikarus987k thx07:04
alexrelisIt is the backend of Deja Dup.07:05
ikarus987now my question is07:06
ikarus987at the moment i am renting a baremetal server on the cloud07:06
ikarus987so this will do the job, if i get stuck i can restore that server?07:06
ikarus987because the providers of the server only offer fresh reinstall of the OS07:07
ikarus987hmm alexrelis07:07
alexrelisikarus987: Yes.07:08
ikarus987k07:09
elias_aWhere does GNOME save accepted ssh fingerprints?07:51
deltabmaybe ~/.ssh/known_hosts07:55
elias_adeltab: Thanks!07:59
hay207Hi guys, running kde neon08:02
hay207i noticed this08:02
poutineelias_a: it also make your system seem less magical to know it's ssh storing this there and not GNOME08:02
poutineit also may make*08:03
hay207Suspend was interrupted by packagekit and system freezed08:03
hay207Couldnot do anuthing but hard reboot08:03
hay207Logs's here https://pastebin.com/UXxU0pfV08:03
hay207Here https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2446342&p=13968795#post1396879508:18
hay207Hope someone follow this08:18
oerhekshay207, you might want to report this to #kde-neon-users, or #kubuntu, but kubuntu uses backports, not neon08:30
hay207Ok08:31
rangergordSometimes 'apt install somepackage' lists packages to be installed and asks you to press Y to proceed, sometimes it just installs automatically. I think it's based on download size or maybe number. How can I force it to prompt me to confirm every time? Sometimes I just want to preview what packages a command is gonna pull.08:31
oerheksrangergord, depends on the dependencies, one can run apt install -d to do a dryrun08:34
rangergordthanks08:35
rangergordAnd a 2nd question: if I'm apt installing multiple packages, it proposes a large list of packages to install. My packages, their dependencies, their dependencies' dependencies. In the final list, I see a package that I want to know which of those I requested is responsible for installing, and how. It's not a direct dependency of the ones I asked to install, and the full list is 500+ packages. Is there some quick way, given08:37
rangergord'apt install <many packages>', to find which one is gonna pull random-package? Or do I have to trial and error my apt install command one by one?08:37
rangergordbasically redepends, but all the way to the top08:37
rangergord*rdepends08:38
oerheksyes, install one by one, or do some research for that packages on launchpad08:38
ducasserangergord: only way i know of is that afterwards you can use 'aptitude why packagename' which will tell you which package requires that one08:39
oerheksapt-cache depends package-name08:39
DarkTricksmall feedback: I really like the sound when trying to install ubuntu :)09:34
lotuspsychjeDarkTrick: you are part of the community, file a wishlist !bug as you wish09:38
DarkTricklotuspsychje, :D I'm not sure if understood me right. I was not claiming anything :)09:39
lotuspsychjeDarkTrick: oh, well thats because we are in the support channel, we expect questions09:40
DarkTricklotuspsychje, sorry. indeed. I should've posted it on -dev09:41
lotuspsychjeor #ubuntu-discuss09:41
DarkTrick+110:00
raphahi10:08
raphai'm trying to run a qemu/libvirt VM with10:09
rapha'cpu mode="host-passthrough"'10:09
raphawhich is working fine for a win10 VM ... but ubuntu ... doesn't even get beyond GRUB10:09
raphait's an older Xeon E5 (10 cores, 20 threads) ... when i disable the host-passthrough, ubuntu works fine with QEMU Virtual CPUs10:10
raphais there anything i can do to make the passthrough work?10:10
oerheksblacklist nouveau, add intel_iommu=on to grub , tons of guides, depends if you have nvidia or amd ..  https://blog.zerosector.io/2018/07/28/kvm-qemu-windows-10-gpu-passthrough/10:14
raphaur10:36
raphaoerheks: not *G*PU passthrough. CPU-"passthrough".10:36
* rapha also adds an explicit "-gpu" to his google query10:38
raphaokay, that helped ... mode='host-passthrough' check='none' and cache mode='passthrough' as well seem to be necessary10:39
raphayup, reporting as Xeon E5 now10:40
raphathanks for steering me correctly oerheks10:40
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banshihello all11:12
banshiHow do I fix this? : https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/c446YnNGvs/11:12
oerheks banshi line 28/29 install those too?11:21
oerheksand maybe run sudo apt update first..11:21
oerheksmeanwhile xenial is @ 4.4.0-184.214  https://packages.ubuntu.com/source/xenial-updates/linux-signed11:22
banshioerheks: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/XXJHVcwxbV/ <-- like this?11:23
oerheksoh weird ..11:24
banshioerheks: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/mQ8MQp4bG7/ <-- no success11:25
oerheksoh line 46 ..unable  bla bla ... Read-only file system11:26
oerheksyou have a dirty filesystem, fix this with the live iso and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilesystemTroubleshooting11:26
oerheksfsck.ext4 -p /dev/sdXY11:27
oerheksline 81 /86 from your last post , idem11:27
BluesKaj'Morning all11:36
Deano59why does network-manager setting a DNS server ignore the dns setting?12:06
BluesKajDeano59, is this computer located in your workplace or home?12:13
andi_is there any good tutorial for zsys and zfs using ubuntu 20:04?12:16
BluesKajDeano59, need to know what kind of network you're on12:16
lotuspsychje!zfs | andi_12:19
ubottuandi_: For information concerning ZFS and Ubuntu, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ZFS12:19
BluesKajandi_, or this, https://linuxconfig.org/configuring-zfs-on-ubuntu-20-0412:20
lotuspsychjeyeah linuxconfig has great resources +112:21
nyviaHey, wondering if i can get some help with an issue. Just installed ubuntu, and for some reason I cannot set my HDMI monitor to 1080p 60. Despite it working fine on windows i can only set it to 24hz12:22
andi_yeah but i was more looking into something more advaned like creating autmated snapshots every day, before/after each apt usage etc12:22
andi_the install was pretty straight forward using the ubuntu installer12:22
andi_and i've heared some good stuff so far about zsys12:23
Deano59BluesKaj, it's my home network. I'm running ubuntu and a pi4 with debian buster. the pi4 is running pihole to block ads but the ubuntu system is still seeing ads when the DNS is set to the 192.168.0.225....12:27
BluesKajDeano59, why 192.168.0.225, that's an internal address12:29
Deano59yes, that's the pihole network.12:30
lotuspsychjenyvia: is your graphics card loaded correclty?12:30
BluesKajDeano59,  IME it's always best to set DNS in your router12:31
Deano59BluesKaj, can't be done, a family doesn't want to use the adblocker.12:31
Deano59a family member*12:31
Deano59plus my router doesn't support setting a dns server. crappy ISP router.12:32
BluesKajDeano59, I used pihole for a while but think adblockers work better if that's all you want it for12:33
Deano59BluesKaj, that's not my question and completely offtopic.12:33
BluesKajDeano59, you can try setting your DNS in /etc/systemd/resolved.conf12:34
Deano59BluesKaj, tried that and it's the same, it's "ignored" for whatever reason.12:35
tatertotsDeano59: is there any difference in adblocking if the pihole is NOT configured for use?...can you ping 192.168.0.225??12:36
Deano59tatertots, the pihole is configured fine. I can ping it yes.12:36
Deano59I have set my phone's DNS to 192.x.x.x and it blocks ads correctly. it's ubuntu that's the problem.12:37
tatertotsDeano59: have you confirmed the pihole is used for name resolution?12:38
Deano59... yes.12:38
pymagicIs there an easy way to change the font size of title bar in ubuntu 20.04lts? gnome-tweaks does not work12:38
lotuspsychjepymagic: try dconf-editor12:38
tatertotsDeano59: in terminal>     nslookup google.com12:39
tatertotsDeano59: that shows the ip of pihole correct?12:39
Deano59no, it does NOT.12:39
nyvialotuspsychje, aye GPU seems to be working okay, graphics are working just fine12:39
Deano59Server:192.168.0.1 Address:192.168.0.1#5312:40
Deano59like I said it's being ignored for whatever reason.12:40
pymagiclotuspsychje, what do i change in dconf-editor?12:40
Deano59tatertots, ^12:40
lotuspsychjepymagic: there's a handy search function in dconf-editor try keyword: font12:40
pymagiclotuspsychje, thanks. Which variable should i be changing? there are a lot of hits for font12:41
JimBuntuDeano59: that nslookup actually isn't super useful, as your own machine can come back listed as the DNS... then your machine asks the proper DNS when something isn't already in cache. I'm not sure which version of ubuntu you are using, but... do you have nmcli ? are you fully using DHCP?12:42
JimBuntuIf you have nmcli, Deano59 , you can try 'nmcli device show enp3s0 | grep IP4.DNS' while replacing the enp3s0 with what's relevant for your NIC12:43
Deano59JimBuntu: ubuntu 20.04 LTS. idk if I'm fully using DHCP.12:43
Deano59JimBuntu: it says this IP4.DNS[1]:                             192.168.0.112:44
JimBuntuDeano59: Well, if you aren't fully DHCP and you are relying on DHCP to set the DNS, then that could be the issue. If you manually change your network on that specific Ubuntu machine to IP-Only instead of full, then you can manually enter the DNS address for it to use12:44
tatertotsDeano59: you'll need to manually configure nameservers12:44
Deano59how do I do that JimBuntu ?12:44
Deano59tatertots: it's manually configured though.12:44
tatertotsDeano59: do it via terminal12:44
JimBuntuSorry Deano59, I don't use 20.04 other than when I played with it and it worked fine with my Pi-Hole set up. I'm sure someone can walk you through it though12:45
Deano59tatertots: 192.168.0.225 is configured.12:45
tatertotsDeano59: adding the ip of pihole via the GUI network manager didn't result in the desired result12:45
Deano59It's set with /etc/systemd/resolved.conf12:45
Deano59tatertots: see above...12:45
nyviahm12:45
Deano59tatertots: I know it didn't give the desired result because it's not working. -.-12:46
pyraindroplotuspsychje, I tried gnome-tweaks and dconf-editor - both cant change the title bar size?12:48
pyraindropany thoughts on what is going wrong? Also my system fonts look tiny12:49
Deano59sorted it tatertots I had to remove ifupdown. :)12:52
Deano59working now! :D12:52
tatertotsDeano59: good deal12:53
nyviaDoes have any ideas for the problem i asked earlier? Sorry to be pushy ^_^12:54
tatertotsnyvia: are you chatting from the computer right now?12:56
nyviaI am!12:56
tatertotsnyvia: in terminal>     xrandr|nc termbin.com 999912:57
tatertotsnyvia: share url/link here..if you do not get a url/link..say so12:57
nyviatatertots, https://termbin.com/7cqr12:58
tatertotsnyvia: in terminal>     cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log |grep -i did|nc termbin.com 999913:01
tatertotsnyvia: share url/link here..if you do not get a url/link..say so13:01
nyviatatertots, https://termbin.com/oxfb13:01
tatertotsnyvia: in terminal>     inxi -Fxxprzc0|nc termbin.com 999913:08
tatertotsnyvia: follow steps to install if applicable, then follow through13:08
tatertotsnyvia: share url/link here..if you do not get a url/link..say so13:08
nyviatatertots, https://termbin.com/gqnz13:09
tatertotsnyvia: what brand/model  monitor ?13:11
nyviaIt's just an old TV I'm using as my second screen13:12
nyvianever had any issues with it13:12
Deano59tatertots: ignore that last message, it's NOT working. I remove ifupdown and dnsqmaq and I get no internet until I remove dnsqmaq. still seeing ads. but... nmcli device show eth0 | grep IP4.DNS shows IP4.DNS[2]: 192.168.0.225 what's causing it?13:12
tatertotsnyvia: your monitor has EDID quirks13:13
tatertotsnyvia: if you care to read about it see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Quirks#Monitor_Quirking:__drm_edid.c13:14
nyviaSo is there no solution for this? I swear I haven't had a problem with it on previous linux installs13:16
tatertotsnyvia: so 1080/24P is as good as it's going to get with that TV13:16
tatertotsnyvia: you could try making a custom modeline but even that may result in 1080/24P13:16
nyviaSuper odd since it works fine on windows hm13:17
tatertotsnyvia: not very odd, apples vs oranges comparison....windows is NOT Linux and vice versa13:19
nyviaOf course, I wasn't trying to say it SHOULD work, sorry13:19
tatertotsDeano59: are you using a dynamic ip or static ip?13:20
Deano59I was, and now I disabled that and it is working. cheers. :)13:21
Deano59tatertots: my adblock test site now says We can’t connect to the server at googleads.g.doubleclick.net. :)13:21
Deano59yay, go me! :D13:21
tatertotsDeano59: sounds like you got it working consistently now :)13:26
Deano59yeah, pain in the backside though. xD13:26
nukkedoes `apt-mirror` support multiple versions of Ubuntu (i.e. 16.04, 18.04, 20.04) at the same time?13:44
BluesKajyour mirror source should ony support the OS you're using13:51
nukkeah, darn. I am in the process of setting up a local mirror at work for our servers, but the documentation is unclear about whether or not you can support multiple OSs with a single mirror.13:53
nukkeBluesKaj: so I would have to deplay, say, one 16.04 server to act exclusively as a 16.04 mirror, one 18.04 server to ... ?13:54
kyle__nukke: Aptly does.13:54
nukkekyle__: interesting! never heard of this before.13:54
kyle__I don't know muhc about the setup portion of it, but we use it at work, and keep an overly of 2-3 versions at once.13:54
kyle__2 normally, 3 if we're in the process of upgrading to a new release.13:55
BluesKajnukke, 18.04 server supports 18.04 packages/deb files only, you cant mix and match with 16,04 packages for example without negative effects to your system13:56
BluesKaj!apt-mirror13:58
BluesKaj!info apt-mirror13:58
ubottuapt-mirror (source: apt-mirror): APT sources mirroring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.5.4-1 (focal), package size 13 kB, installed size 65 kB13:59
nukkekyle__: we mostly have 18.04 at work, but there are some lingering 16.04 (and 14.04) ones around that we still need to update.14:00
nukkeI'll have to check out `aptly`. `apt-mirror` is the first and only result that shows up when searching "create local ubuntu mirror"14:01
BluesKajnukke, sorry, misunderstood your question to some degree ...was afraid you were trying mix and match different OS sources, ...apt-mirror can mirror whole or in part of your OS14:02
nukkeBluesKaj: my apologies. yeah, I was talking about creating a local repository mirror for our servers. that is, have that mirror server serve packages to various Ubuntu versions (16.04 and above)14:03
nukkeit was unclear in the `apt-mirror` documentation whether or not the mirror could serve packages for more than one version.14:04
nukkekyle__: how resource heavy is running a local repo mirror (excluding bandwidth utilization)?14:05
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kyle__CPU & memory, not too much.  Disk space wise, it can take a bit.14:12
kyle__If you do a mass install, of all the hosts at once for instance, yes, that will grind it to a halt. But even the most minor of staggering will solve that. (also, how often do you install the os on almost your entire environment at once?)14:13
nukkewe have ~50 Ubuntu servers that we update monthly. at the moment we're doing 3 at a time since we're using external mirrors.14:18
quadrathoch2nukke wouldn't apt-cacher-ng make sense? idk, how often you download the same packages14:22
kyle__apt-cacher-ng is amazing.  Aptly and other local mirror setups are usually best when you want to have your own internal packages, and or your external connection is for shit.14:26
kyle__(or you are in a super paranoid situation where you dont' trust the outside)14:27
nukkequadrathoch2: this might work even better! for the most part, all servers are downloading the same packages.14:27
quadrathoch2nukke as I thought ;) and you wouldn't need like 6tb of storage14:30
quadrathoch2(for 3 ubuntu versions)14:30
analogicalwhen creating a bootable usbstick with dd is there a way use a url as the input file instead of using a local file?15:04
leftyfbanalogical: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/20702812/how-to-download-a-linux-image-unzip-it-and-write-it-to-an-sd-card-in-one-line15:09
analogicalleftyfb, huh?15:12
leftyfbanalogical: https://stackoverflow.com/a/2075448415:13
leftyfbplease use those as examples. Look at curl/wget man page for how to output to stdout15:13
leftyfbanalogical: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/31514215:14
leftyfbanalogical: I googled for "curl iso to dd"15:14
analogicalleftyfb, thanks for the links15:22
analogicalbut I must say that the man pages for curl a wget are wothless15:23
analogicalthe documentation (or lack thereof) is the worst part about linux15:30
BluesKajman pages are just gibberish to users like me, no examples is a fail IMO15:33
deltabthey often aim for comprehensive and succinct, not for ease of reading15:35
deltabit's uncommon to find a balance that works for everyone15:36
deltabanalogical: anything I can do to help?15:36
kyle__deltab: Look at the old mplayer man page.  Probably went too far in the opposite direction15:38
coconutCan i make curl to also show the source which is involed with "curl wttr.in", or is that just the same as https://wttr.in from webbrowser?15:39
kyle__I think wttr.in uses some logic to see if it's a browser or not.15:40
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kyle__The curl output _is_ the unrendered, unadulterated response from the server.  Just without the headers by default15:41
coconutyeah, i was thinking it had to be different one way or another.15:43
deltabyeah, the colour markup, the link15:44
deltabsee wttr.in/:help for options15:45
deltabor https://github.com/chubin/wttr.in15:46
coconut:D thnx deltab!15:46
kyle__I gotta say even years after it's release, it still impresses the hell out of me.15:46
analogicalit's amazing that you can use curl to create a bootable usbstick from a url without having to download the iso to the harddrive16:22
elbHi all, I'm running 20.04 (apt up to date), and all installed Electron apps (admittedly all third party -- Slack and Riot via Flatpak, and Keybase via deb) are extremely sluggish; any idea why, or how to tackle this?  By sluggish, I mean that keystrokes take hundreds of milliseconds to several seconds to register.16:51
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elbThe same machine did not have this problem under 19.10, other apps (Firefox, Emacs, FreeCAD, Zoom, etc.) do not seem to be problematic16:53
elbEven chromium is fine.16:53
jaggzanyone know why a default install of postgres would give me: could not access private key file "/etc/ssl/private/ssl-cert-snakeoil.key": Permission denied16:58
jaggzI do understand I can add postgres to the ssl-cert group and stuff, but why would a default install have this issue?16:59
jaggzoh maybe I broke my postgres groups.. yikes17:00
jaggzyeah.. a usermod -g overwrote it.. psi.17:05
jaggzthanks17:05
denixx|h1Is it hard to change kernel from 5.4 to 5.6 for my needs? I'm reading https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/MainlineBuilds17:25
denixx|h1Or maybe I could get some ubuntu super-alpha-testing iso with kernel 5.6+?17:27
leftyfbdenixx|h1: found on google by searching "kernel 5.6"17:28
leftyfboops, forgot the link17:30
leftyfbkernel 5.6http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2020/03/install-kernel-5-6-ubuntu-linux-mint/17:30
denixx|h1Found this too, but was afraid this thing is "harder than simple dpkg", so asked before doing, you know.17:32
denixx|h1Thanks, would try to.17:32
leftyfbdenixx|h1: is there a reason you need 5.6 over 5.4?17:33
denixx|h1Yep. https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux.git/commit/?id=84d49b3d08a1d33690cc159036f381c31c27c17b17:35
denixx|h1Hans said it's available in 5.617:35
Roeyhi17:40
Roeyfor some reason my bluetooth speaker won't connect to my system, can anyone help? thanks17:41
tatertotsRoey: have you successfully used any other bluetooth devices?17:49
Roeyyeahhh it worked half an hour ago.. and then I got a Facebook call and then it stopped working.17:49
Roeytatertots: it's a bose soundlink III17:50
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RoeyApachez: o/17:50
Apachez\o/17:50
Apachezdid you try the microsoft solution of rebooting?17:50
ApachezI got a windows box here with skype that loses my handfree each time some other app requests exclusive lock for the audio17:51
Apachezso the only fix is to reboot the box17:51
RoeyApachez: I have not tried rebooting yet17:51
RoeyApachez: ah, I see17:51
RoeyI mean rebooting usually fixes it for me as well17:51
kyle__Could be that pulse took over and doesn't know to give it back to the other apps?  But I know very little about pulse internals or how to debug them.17:51
Roeyi'd just have to save things here and there17:51
Roeykyle__: well so I did the following: pulseaudio -k && sudo alsa force-reload17:52
Roeyand following that, my speaker won' connect17:52
kyle__Damn17:52
kyle__I haven't played with bluetooth in ages, but in most stacks there is a cli method to list the devices.17:52
kyle__That's where I would go next.17:52
Roeyyeah17:53
tatertotsRoey: have you looked at pavucontrol to verify its selected for use?18:01
jaggzwha.. since when did grep support \s?18:04
kyle__jaggz: since always I thought?18:20
kyle__posix regex is [:space:] I think, and pcre \s.  Maybe you have to give it a -P for pcre?  I can't recall18:21
* kyle__ likes using grep -oP with a \k instead of cut18:22
jaggzkyle__, that's the thing, it's just working by default18:24
kyle__Apparently it's been that way for a while.  Works that way on my 12.04 box as well18:25
jaggz"but work only if PCRE is available in the system." .. oookay18:25
jaggzlooks like it'll just add it on its own if it's around18:25
kyle__Also works in busybox grep18:25
jaggzand in debian stable18:26
kyle__And in freebsd's grep18:26
jaggzwell.. that's good news I guess.. pcre is handy as all get out18:26
kyle__Err 12.0 FreeBSD at least.18:26
* kyle__ nods18:26
jaggzit was tough to move from perl back to any plain (posix?) regex stuff..18:26
jaggzand nice other languages have been adopting such conveniences18:27
kyle__If you had to rebuild a socioty from scratch, I'm pretty sure implementing PCRE would be on the list shortly after a plow.18:27
jaggzand more modifier keys18:27
jaggzmaybe a chinese keyboard by default for handy single-char commands in everything (vim, blender, ...)18:29
Roeyhi18:29
Roeyso I rebooted18:29
Roeyerm18:29
kyle__I'm a big fan of how deeply embedded regexes are into ruby.  I gotta say the few times I touch java anymore makes me think their regexes are so anemic18:29
Roeythis thing still won't connect.18:29
Roeyoh hai again kyle18:29
jaggzany software not supporting regex sucks18:29
kyle__Roey: It's a _good_ sign that a reboot doesn't fix it.  That means there's not something at a kernel or core level broken.  Sadly I don't know what to tell you for how to fix it right now :/18:30
jaggzconnect to what18:31
coconutbluetooth speaker18:33
Roeykyle__: ah, well thanks.18:36
Roeycoconut: bose soundlink III portbale bluetooth speaker18:36
Roey*portable18:36
TwistedFatedo other flavors of ubuntu come with ZFS support out of the box?18:37
ophileftyfb:  Removing IPv6 worked (DNS resolution works now).18:37
leftyfbophi: probably due to your organizations security policies18:38
leftyfbTwistedFate: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ZFS18:38
TwistedFateleftyfb: that's not what i need18:39
leftyfbTwistedFate: then ask for help with what you need18:40
jaggzRoey, what does syslog show?18:40
Roeyoh, good idea, one se18:40
Roeysec18:40
TwistedFateleftyfb: i already did, i don't see what's unclear18:40
leftyfbTwistedFate: all flavors of ubuntu use the same kernels and have access to all the same packages18:40
Roeyjaggz: obexd[22779]: message repeated 6 times: [ bluetooth: RequestProfile error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply, Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.]18:41
Roeyobexd[22779]: bluetooth: RequestProfile error: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply, Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.18:41
leftyfb!paste | Roey18:41
ubottuRoey: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.18:41
Roeyfine18:41
Roeythanks.18:41
coconutRoey, my bose soundlink mini 2(i believe?) just work from the blueman-applet.(other than i sometimes have to connect the power adapter to make the speaker to start).18:41
ophileftyfb:  no doubt.18:41
jaggzwell .. looks like you have some more food for searches18:43
ophiNow I have a new problem.  Selected LVM for Ubuntu Server and it partitioned a 4G volume without warning and it will not let me expand it even though it shows plenty of free PE.  lvextend and lvresize both throw No space left on device errors.18:43
jaggzI misplaced my flosser18:43
jaggztry to prevent the corruptions and weaknesses of your own self to decay the things valuable to you18:44
jaggznor my bad grammar18:44
ophiThe volume group has 100's of gigs free, but I can't seem to add them to the logical volume.18:46
tomreynophi: whats the exact command you run, the exact output, and that of lvs, vgs, pvs?18:50
tomreyn!paste18:51
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.18:51
rangergordhow can I still dwonload community packages for Ubuntu 12.04? Any mirrors still out there? I have an old app that runs on Ubuntu 12.04 that I want to migrate to a newer supported version, but first I'd like to set it up in a VM to have a working example to use as reference. It has old dependencies that were expected to be apt-installed in those days.18:52
ophilvextend -L+100G /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv18:53
ophiDoes it need some free space on the device in order to extend it?18:54
tomreynokay, that's not the right usage18:54
ophilvreize -L+100G /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv18:54
ophilvresize -L+100G /dev/mapper/ubuntu--vg-ubuntu--lv18:54
DelvienHow do i make it so dns resolution doesnt return 127.0.X.X. I want it to actually tell me the DNS server that its using.18:55
tomreyni think you need to specify VG/LV, not the device node path18:55
tomreynophi: ^18:55
tomreynso    lvresize -L+100G ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv18:55
ophiThat returns "Please specify a logical volume path"18:56
tomreynhmm i'm pretty sure it works this way. maybe your local values differ from what i wrote18:57
tomreynyou'd want to add -r though18:58
ducasseyou need to add the pv to take the extents from18:58
tomreynthat's optional18:58
ophilvreize -L+100G /dev/ubuntu-vg/ubuntu-lv also returns same "No space left on device"18:58
ophiThe space is already allocated to the volume group18:59
tomreynif you'll share details maybe we can help19:00
ophipvs /dev/sda3 VG=ubuntu-vg fmt=lvm2 (nearly 300G)19:01
ophilvs LV=ubuntu-lv VG=ubuntu-vg size=4G (boo)19:02
tomreynplease see what ubottu told you about paste above19:02
ophivgs PV=1 LV=1 SN=0 (almost 300G)19:03
ophipastebin?  Oh, ok.19:04
EriC^ophi: type "(sudo parted -ls; lvdisplay; pvdisplay) | nc termbin.com 9999"19:07
tomreynlvdisplay + pvdisplay would also need sudo19:09
nxfifteenanyone got any experience with Logitech keyboards? I'd like to setup the macro keys on my G910 but cant workout how19:10
ophiGot it, the issue was that the EXISTING LVM was full, not that there was no space available.  Running sudo apt-get clean first allowed lvresize to complete.19:17
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tomreynnxfifteen: i found this source code repository about it https://github.com/JSubelj/g910-gkey-macro-support19:18
ophiWould be better if Ubuntu installer notified of the small initial LVM size allocation.19:19
nxfifteenthat looks perfect thank tomreyn19:20
oft_gegongwhat's the best office software? open office? libre office?19:43
nxfifteen@to19:44
nxfifteentomreyn:19:44
nxfifteen>>fat fingers sorry<<19:44
nxfifteentomreyn: its working perfectly! thanks again19:44
coconutoft_gegong, openoffice.org does not exist anymore, and libre-office is the most popular at the moment i guess.19:45
makr8100openoffice is still around19:46
CoolerXis it time to upgrade from 18.04 yet?19:47
coconutoh... it has been dead in the past right, they came back?19:48
BeavisOnFireI have no troubles with 20.04. Can't guarantee you won't CoolerX.19:48
makr8100It went through some turmoil and changed hands a few times, but the core devs left to start libreoffice19:48
CoolerXsomeone said wait for 20.14 ?19:49
makr8100openoffice was sun, oracle bought sun (and therefore openoffice), openoffice devs didn't like oracle so most quit to form libreoffice - after that oracle wanted out and ended up giving it to apache19:50
tomreynnxfifteen: nice. thanks for reporting back.19:50
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BeavisOnFireCoolerX 20.04.1 will be out on august, 6 if I remember correctly20:00
coconutCoolerX, the advise for upgrading LTS versions generally is to wait until the first *.1 release gets released.20:00
oft_gegongwhy is the most powerful software on ubuntu is the web browser?20:01
DelvienIs there a way to improve the font rendering in 20.04? Its horrribly fuzzy and awful.20:02
Delvientried setting hiting and AA, nothing seems to help20:02
compdocwhat rez is it set to?20:03
Delvien2560x144020:04
compdocI installed 20.04 Mate recently, and the fonts, etc seemed the same as for 18.04. There are some fonts you can add that might look better. truetype, I think its called20:05
compdocbut I wasnt using that rez20:06
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Delvienif i remember correctly, font rendering has always been crappy in ubuntu20:07
CoolerXcoconut, but what if there are no bugs to fix in 20.04?20:07
coconutCoolerX, i think there are always bugs CoolerX20:08
momkenhi20:09
CoolerXso your release schedule relies on the presence of bugs?20:09
momkenI am 31 years old. I used Windows for many years and Ubuntu for past 9 years20:10
CoolerXmomken, and now you are having a mid-life crisis?20:10
coconutCoolerX, ubuntu's schedule it is, and every long term support get point releases, even with a small amount of bugs.20:11
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momkenWhich OS/Distro should I used to work with for best balance of comfort and being standard for enterprise workplaces?20:11
momkenCoolerX, I had mid-life crisis :)) So I want the most comfortable OS out of the box20:12
momkenAssume that the OS should be easy to use, so that when I am stuck I could get help from others20:13
CoolerXmomken, well you are here so Ubuntu20:13
CoolerXit's the most popular linux distro anyway20:13
coconut! LTSupgrade | CoolerX20:16
ubottuCoolerX: 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 -d20:16
momkenI went for interview at a company and all the PCs where iMac with the best configs. I didn't use to work Mac and I got fired instantly!20:16
momkenMaybe I should get familiar with mac too! But I can't afford a mac anyway!20:17
compdocI would buy their OS if it ran on a normal pc20:17
CoolerXmomken, so during the interview noone asked if you were familiar with Mac OS?20:17
CoolerXor looked at your resume in any way?20:17
momkenCoolerX, They said they have only macs and I thought it's easy to work with it. But it wasn't! specially the magic mouse. It was really hard to switch b/w desktops with magic mouse20:19
momkenWhen a company provides expensive macs for its employees, it mostly pays well too20:20
CoolerXmomken, what does any of that have to do with Linux distros20:20
momkenCoolerX, I have used to work with Ubuntu, but now I think I can't work with others OSes!20:21
CoolerXwhat kind of work?20:21
momkenProgramming. I‌ am a programmer20:21
CoolerXweb design?20:22
tomreyn!ot20:23
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momkenP.S. I live in Iran. So I should save for 1 year to be able to buy a MacBook pro 16"20:23
TaralloHi guys20:23
TaralloI would like to know if it possible to use only a single GPU Card to do a passthrough.20:23
momkenCoolerX, currently Android20:23
leftyfb!ot | momken20:23
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momkenleftyfb, I will go. Sorry :(20:23
TaralloTo use it in VM with Win10, I'm using a Dell 9380 with Intel 620 UHD20:23
tomreynTarallo: https://looking-glass.hostfission.com/20:24
CoolerXmomken, if you can't work with anything OS other than Ubuntu then why go looking for another linux distro?20:25
CoolerXany*20:25
momkenCoolerX, Security maybe! Or being very up to date (like Arch)20:26
leftyfb!ot | CoolerX20:27
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CoolerXleftyfb, ok ok20:27
Tarallotomreyn Are you sure it could help me?20:31
Tarallobecause I visited the site but I am not sure if it helps me with what I wanna do20:32
ws2k3i upgraded form ubuntu 14.04 to ubuntu 16.06 and suddenly saslauthd is giving me this error PAM unable to dlopen(pam_mysql.so): /lib/security/pam_mysql.so: undefined symbol: make_scrambled_password what could this ?20:35
leftyfbws2k3: you should be upgrading to 18.04 or 20.04. 14.04 went EOL over a year ago. 16.04 will be in 10 months20:37
tomreynws2k3: in addition to what lefty wrote, did you actually doa web search for the error message, "/lib/security/pam_mysql.so: undefined symbol: make_scrambled_password" ?20:44
ws2k3yes20:45
tomreynand your findings were?20:45
ws2k3it seems that the pam module is not maintained anymore for a while.20:45
ws2k3so thats why it does not work anymore20:45
ws2k3but i was not finding an alternative. until now20:45
tomreynmy first search result is https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pam-mysql/+bug/157490020:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1574900 in pam-mysql (Ubuntu Xenial) "libpam-mysql undefined symbol: make_scrambled_password" [Undecided,Fix committed]20:46
tomreynindeed it looks like this bug fix was not pushed to 16.04, not sure why.20:47
tomreynah because "I'm afraid the pam-mysql source package is very much broken there"20:48
Roeyhey all does this indicate an error with the usb module? https://pastebin.com/pgaWFfrr20:49
Roeyer20:50
Roeywith the bluetooth module20:50
Roeykernel module I mean.20:50
tomreynRoey: no. it just states that a firmware configuration file that is specific to the very device you have there has not been found to be available.20:52
Roeyok20:52
Roeywhy is it unvaailable, all of a sudden?  How can I get it back?20:52
jeremy31Roey: is it blocked, in terminal check>  rfkill list20:54
RoeyI reinstalled bluez20:55
Roeyok one sec, checkin20:55
Roeyjeremy31: https://pastebin.com/HiKM4Dqn20:56
jeremy31Roey: in terminal try>  bluetoothctl   then do > power on20:57
Roeywhat do you mena20:57
Roeyjeremy31: it does not echo my keystrokes20:58
jeremy31Roey: it is normal for no feedback when entering password20:58
Roeyok20:58
RoeyI got no feedback20:58
tomreynhttps://github.com/winterheart/broadcom-bt-firmware/blob/master/brcm/BCM20702A1-0a5c-21e8.hcd?raw=true has the .hcd. it does seem to matter for some other users whether or not it's present.20:59
jeremy31Roey: try ctrl + c in terminal20:59
RoeyI mean I get no feedback in bluetoothctl, jeremy3120:59
Roeyok20:59
Roeythat worked.20:59
Roeyso I did "> power on"20:59
Roey[bluetooth]# power on20:59
RoeyNo default controller available20:59
jeremy31Roey: but you have 2 bluetooth devices20:59
Roeyjeremy31: well at least one, yeah.21:00
RoeyI have the adapter21:00
Roeyand the soundlink speaker21:00
jeremy31Roey: post URL>  lsusb | nc termbin.com 999921:00
Roeyjeremy31: ok, what of it?21:00
Roeyhttps://termbin.com/472qs21:01
tomreynhmm indeed 2 devices, interesting21:02
Roeyok21:02
jeremy31Might be some USB power issue, making it disconnect and reconnect21:02
Roeyyeah I ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ no idea why it shows up twice21:02
Roeyok now--how do I make it so that plasma sees it21:03
Roeyor blueman for that matter21:03
tomreynso you have only one bluetooth dongle attached to usb, right?21:03
Roeyright21:03
Roeythat's right.21:03
tomreynif you unplug this, is there still a line saying     0a5c:21e8 Broadcom Corp. BCM20702A0 Bluetooth 4.0     in    lsusb?21:04
Roeyyes21:04
Roeythere is one line21:04
RoeyI put it back in, there are two lines now.21:05
tomreynreboot with the dingle disconnected, then check lsusb for this line again21:05
Roeyok.21:05
Roeybrb then.21:07
independenthttps://github.com/independentcod/mollyweb21:14
tomreynindependent: this doesn't look like an ubuntu support topic. what makes you post it here?21:14
independentspam21:14
tomreynyeah, don't21:15
jessit was network-wide spam21:19
IaMnEwHeReyeah... and fun, his certs are publicly available :D21:19
IaMnEwHeReso MITM the sh**** out of it :D21:20
tomreynplease focus on ubuntu support here21:20
Roeyhi21:21
Roeyso..21:21
RoeyI ran lsusb21:21
Roeythere is no Broadcom bluetooth adapter listed there now.21:22
Roey(I rebooted without the Kinivo adapter removed from the usb socket)21:22
Roeyer21:22
Roeyer, I removed the Kinivo adapter and then rebooted.21:22
tomreynRoey: is the    logitech unifying receiver    listed more than once?21:23
tomreynwht is a Kinivo adapter?21:23
tomreyn*what21:23
Roeytomreyn: the Kinivo adapter is the Bluetooth adapter.21:23
Roeytomreyn: the Logitech receiver is there because I have two dongles: one for hte mouse and one for the keyboard.21:23
tomreyncan't you connect multiple devices to a single unify?21:24
tomreyni was thinking you could21:24
Roeycan I/21:24
Roey?21:24
Roeyhow do I make it so that both devices connect to the same dongle?21:24
Roeyanywya,21:24
Roey$ ps aux | grep bluetooth21:24
Roeyroey        9531  0.0  0.0  43968  6640 ?        Ss   17:19   0:00 /usr/lib/bluetooth/obexd21:24
Roeyso it is running /that/21:24
Roeynot bluetoothd though.21:25
Roeyalso, when I rebooted, it hung waiting on bluetoothd.21:25
Roeynot hung; just stayed there for a couple of minutes21:25
tomreynwhich ubuntu version are you running, which kernel version?21:25
Roey$ uname -a21:25
RoeyLinux gear 5.4.0-39-generic #43-Ubuntu SMP Fri Jun 19 10:28:31 UTC 2020 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux21:25
RoeyRelease:        20.0421:25
Roey(from lsb_release -a)21:25
tomreynok21:26
tomreyndisconnect any usb devices you don't strictly need now.21:26
Roeyok21:26
RoeyI mean I have my backup drive connected.21:26
Roeywhy, what do you think of doing?21:26
tomreynsaving power on the usb bus21:26
Roeyok.21:27
tomreynonce that's done, connect the bluetooth dongle on one of the blue usb connectors. you should have two different types since the computer has a USB2.0 and a USB3.0 hub21:27
Roeyok21:27
tomreynwhen it's connected, check lsusb again, see if you have the BT dongle listed more than once21:28
jeremy31Roey: you might want to see if Solaar can connect one of those Logitech dongles to both devices21:28
Roeyhttps://pastebin.com/ZDEnCmEu21:29
Roeyok21:29
Roeytomreyn, jeremy31: NOW the usb speaker works.21:29
Roeyand i can see the usb applet in the tray21:30
Roey(plasma shell tray)21:30
tomreynnice. so it's probably a power or port related problem21:32
Roeyok21:33
Roeyhmm got it21:33
Roeythanks!21:33
Roeynow with solaar, jeremy31,21:33
RoeyI get this: Found a Logitech receiver, (/dev/hidraw2), but did not have permission to open it.  If you've just installed Solaar, try removing the receiver and plugging it back in.21:34
jeremy31Roey: I have never used solaar but is has been around for a few years21:35
Roeyokay21:35
tomreynhttps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Logitech_Unifying_Receiver looks useful. and yes, you can pair up to 6 devices per controller.21:39
tomreyns/controller/receiver/21:39
tomreyn(and each device can only be paired to one receiver at a time)21:41
Roeyok21:42
Roeyah I ran solaar as root with sudo and it works fine.21:42
RoeyI see that I can pair / unpair devices now.21:42
Roeytomreyn, jeremy31: thank you for cluing me in to solaar21:42
Roey:)21:42
tomreynRoey: nice. so try using just one unifying receiver and try to connecting the bluetooth dongle to the same usb port and don't connect too many other devices and ypou shoul dbe fine.21:55
Roeyok21:55
Roeythis is the first time it's happened to me.21:55
Roeythank you!21:55
tomreynyou're welcome21:56
Roey:D21:58
pizzaiolohow can i disable embedded font bitmaps in ubuntu 20.04? i installed ttf-ms-corefonts-installer and calibri doesn't look so great at smaller sizes, specifically anything using ligatures22:00
JordiGHAre most people using Wayland or X?22:07
compdoccant say ive ever used Wayland22:11
JordiGHI heard non-LTS defaulted to Wayland now. Real or malarkey?22:12
JordiGHI only use Ubuntu in remote VMs.22:12
PonySoldierguys should i store my assets on my vps with my application, or in object storage (e.g. s3)?22:13
sarnoldJordiGH: 17.10 shipped with wayland by default, but that was it22:14
AavarI am trying to connect to my server to run a graphical application. Before I have used ssh -x <host>. This does not work anymore. Any clue why? https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/fTGFNTCwmC/22:15
Aavar(c20.04)22:16
Aavar(v20.04)22:16
JordiGHsarnold: I see, thanks.22:16
sarnoldAavar: try ssh -X instead22:16
Aavarsarnold: I did. Thank you. I could have swore I had tried that, but.... Thank you :)22:17
sarnoldAavar: all sorted out? :)22:17
Aavarsarnold: yes :)22:18
sarnoldyay :D22:18
b1ack0phi22:28
b1ack0pi have interesting problem or bug22:28
b1ack0pi installed gnome shell extensions to get gnome classic22:28
b1ack0pbut i am seeing dash bar there22:28
b1ack0phttps://imgur.com/iLXdNMB22:28
b1ack0pubuntu 20.0422:28
rawfodogHi. Im having troubles understanding how this ssl cert configuration works in docker. Here is a line from the sample code I am trying to run (a docker arg). " -v ./path/to/cert.pem:/etc/nginx/custom-certificates/fullchain.pem -v ./path/to/key.pem:/etc/nginx/custom-certificates/privkey.pem " my question is, how do I generate the pem files to satisfy these arguments? I never heard of "fullchain" before. Thank you22:30
b1ack0pook i found out the problem22:31
b1ack0pit was Ubuntu dock which was set on22:31
b1ack0pextension22:32
b1ack0pon tweak tools22:32
Jordan_Urawfodog: I think you need to actually get the certificate files from a service like letsencrypt. Have you done that already?22:45
RoeyPonySoldier: the lying dog-faced kind?.22:53
derekvI don't understand something that I'm seeing.   I have a usb drive and used gparted to create a GPT partition table on it, and 1 partion, filling the drive (~64G), and format this partition with ext4.  Even though it says the partiion is 59GB, when I mount it and run `df -h`, it shows it as size 640M.  If I try copying files to it, it fills up pretty fast.  Second, in gparted, after applying the preceeding22:56
derekvchanges (which all say OK), it then puts a warning that the filesystem does not fill the partition.  Last thing that bothers me, in df -h, it says the device is "/dev/loop26" not "/dev/sdb1", even though I mount it using `sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usbdrive`22:56
tespirawfodog: it's also possible to generate them via self-signing, but any sensible web client will complain about it22:56
PonySoldierRoey: correct22:56
derekvI've tried using fdisk and mkfs.extfs and get the same results.22:58
brandflake11Does anyone know on here if themes websites like pling.com/mate-look are safe. Like, can I just go there and install themes and not worry about malware?22:58
byroniacbrandflake11 I don't know the direct answer, but if you use Google Chrome, you can use the Malwarebytes browser extension which will alert you about bad websites and things like that.23:10
leftyfbbyroniac: they left23:13
derekvI don't understand why my ext4 filesystem is 640MB when the partition it's on is 59GB.23:20
derekvresize2fs says "nothing to do"23:20
byroniacleftyb oh I missed that thanks23:23
Jordan_Uderekv: Please pastebin the output of "sudo parted -l" and "sudo dumpe2fs /dev/sdXY" (where XY is replaced by the appropriate numbers for your device).23:26
CarlFK2.6 seconds after boot and I get  [    2.641593] ------------[ cut here ]------------  which maybe I should do something about before trying to fix  [   81.029575] usb 2-1.6: USB disconnect, device number 423:30
CarlFKdmesg: http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/Cs2j3wdcF8/23:31
CarlFKreally I am trying to figure out why my LENOVO ThinkPad Twist 33476LU web cam only works most of the time23:32
Jordan_UCarlFK: What led you to add "i8042.nomux=1 i8042.reset" to your kernel parameters?23:34
CarlFKJordan_U: hmm... I remember doing that... but why...23:35
Jordan_UCarlFK: I highly recommend installing etckeeper and making commit messages when making changes like this. (Do be careful about never using git checkout directly though, can destroy important permissions on files without any warning).23:37
CarlFKJordan_U: found the history: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1210748/comments/3523:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1210748 in linux (Ubuntu) "On Lenovo Thinkpad Twist internal mouse does not work after turning on machine, only works after reboot" [High,Invalid]23:40
CarlFKack.. the credit link is 404. swell.23:40
CarlFKack.. the credit link got ...ed ... wut happened to my bug report?23:41
* CarlFK /j #launchpad 23:41
cluelesspersonWho was the guy helping me with the apparent chrome bug?23:41
cluelesspersonthe new version of Ubuntu seems to work perfectly for me! :D23:41
cluelesspersontomreyn, Several days in, and ubuntu has been performing perfectly!  I'm in love!23:42
Jordan_UCarlFK: OK. Seems not likely to be related to this problem.23:43
CarlFKJordan_U: agreed. (I hope :p )23:47
mccHi. I ran do-release-upgrade on an Ubuntu 14 machine. It printed something about downloading xenial, then some error or warning messages, then terminated. After it terminated I could see the disk was full. I think it terminated early and now I am in some intermediate state. How much trouble am I in?23:59

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