MzR_MasseyGood evening - anyone have an idea about enabling gnome with plesk running alongside it02:57
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: you want to run gnome on -server?03:21
MzR_MasseyYeah, as to install software for managing a live stream through the server,  but, wasn't sure if that and plesk would run along side eachother03:22
MzR_MasseyI have icecast2 running smoothly, but want to add an auto-dj program eventually,03:22
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: there is a plexmedia snap if you like03:23
lotuspsychjebut running gnome from server, not sure thats gonna be the ideal situation on server03:24
MzR_MasseyThe server does have 32GB of  RAM + 12 Cores, (its a dedicated, unmanaged server)03:25
lotuspsychjenot sure how others do it, if they want a GUI but perhaps something lighter as desktop03:25
MzR_MasseyYeah I don't mind a lighter platform03:26
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: https://phoenixnap.com/kb/how-to-install-a-gui-on-ubuntu03:26
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: or https://linuxconfig.org/install-gui-on-ubuntu-server-18-04-bionic-beaver03:27
MzR_MasseyI'm running  16.04 version of Ubuntu03:28
lotuspsychjeoh right03:29
lotuspsychjewell its the base howto, i guess its gonna be a bit the same03:29
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: the end of 16.04 aproaches closer now, if you want to setup something more longtime, maybe consider 18.04 or 20.04?03:30
MzR_Masseywould an upgrade from ubuntu 16.04 to 18.04 mess up much?03:31
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: well a good aproach for LTS upgrade is doing it before it goes EOL, and reading the releasenotes on the LTS you upgrade to03:35
ubottuUbuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) is the 28th release of Ubuntu, supported until April 2023. Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BionicBeaver/ReleaseNotes03:35
lotuspsychjeMzR_Massey: in the releasenotes you will always find yourself the new changes and the problems that could arise you need to think about03:35
lotuspsychjeit depends on the admins services and installed packages aswell03:36
MzR_Masseyhow long is the 16.04 supported till?03:38
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/EOLUpgrades03:39
lotuspsychjeapril 2021 + ESM support03:40
lotuspsychjebut i assume you wont go ESM paying after eol?03:40
MzR_Masseyyeah no03:40
MzR_Masseythanks for your help lotuspsychje03:47
lotuspsychjewelcome MzR_Massey03:48
fretegigood evening04:32
fretegigonna sound stupid i know... forgive me04:32
fretegitrying to do a backup of a data dir on a fileserver.. backup media is simply an external hdd connected directly to the server.  i cannot seem to get rsync to preserve owner/ permissions.04:33
fretegirsync -av -h --progress /source /destination04:34
fretegirun as root04:34
fretegiwhy isnt the owner being picked up with the -a flag?04:35
fretegifigured it out... NTFS does not support unix permissions...04:46
iceyhey jamespage: how would you feel about carrying pyopenssl in the cloud archive again?06:12
iceyjamespage: also - regarding https://bugs.launchpad.net/cloud-archive/+bug/1836709 - should we just mark Stein wontfix, as the UCA doesn't seem to actually carry openvswitch, and disco is wontfix?07:57
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1836709 in Ubuntu Cloud Archive stein "[SRU] openvswitch 2.11.1" [Medium,Fix committed]07:57
geodb27People : hi ! I'm stuck with partman complaining that "Device /dev/sda2 excluded by a filter" at installation. Here is what I want to do : install a new vm (vmware) with a preseed I made. The preseed I use was used before with 18.04 without any problem. So, what has changed between these two versions as for partman's preseed ?08:39
jamespageicey: UCA does carry OVS08:57
iceyjamespage: do we have branches for it somewhere else then?08:58
jamespageshows fix committed08:58
jamespageicey: the branch structure aligns to ubuntu releases - when a release EOL's but there is still a related UCA pocket I just use that branch - so ubuntu/disco for stein08:59
jamespageceph is the same08:59
iceyjamespage: k08:59
iceyjamespage: I'm guessing I just got thrown off by the bug being marked fix-committed but not being able to see anything on the matching ubuntu branch09:00
jamespageyeah that is odd I agree - apologies09:00
jamespageit was probably me after all09:00
albechanyone running bareos-client on 20.04? i seems that the bareos repo only support 18.0409:59
Maikalbech: i found a german how to, they use the release for 18.04 on 20.04: https://plustech.de/installation-von-bareos-auf-ubuntu-20-04-focal/11:06
geodb27Anyone here to help me with d-i partman with lvm preseed ?12:14
geodb27https://dpaste.com/DZGSRJJ8N This is the relevant part of my preseed file. I know for sure that the preseed file is used since some things like ip, domain, ntp server and so on are correct after the install process. However, the partitioning described in the preseed file is not respected and I can't figure out why.12:18
albechMaik: cheers... will have a look13:14
Maikyou're welcome13:19
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