sarnoldzenguitar: sweet!00:11
other_rickHello, I follow Internet/ConnectionSharing community blog, then for a few minutes all works well; but now iptables refuse the packets00:12
ses1984does ubuntu have a "boot into other thing" feature? like "boot to bios" or "boot to other hard drive" where i can choose what to boot into from the os before i reboot?00:26
ses1984the issue i have is this wireless keyboard is bluetooth based and it doesn't work until after the os is running00:26
sarnoldses1984: check BootNext in efibootmgr(8)00:27
ses1984cool checking that out00:28
ses1984EFI variables are not supported on this system. huh, ok, i'll keep digging00:29
sarnoldohhhhhhkay ...00:29
ses1984i'm pretty sure i was booting efi00:29
sarnoldiirc plain old grub has a mechanism for selecting a 'next boot' thing too (which might actually be what you need anyway), but it's way harder to find the documentation on that :(00:30
craigbass76Anyone using a Dell Thunderbolt TB16 (docking station) with an XPS laptop? It seemed to work better when I got it (Dell sent it with 18.04 preinstalled) but since wiping and putting 20.04 on, not so much. I don't see any Dell Linux drivers though.00:32
ses1984this stack overflow question/answer is pretty old, is this still how to convert an install from bios to uefi? https://askubuntu.com/a/509564/34066500:34
ses1984hmm that's strange. i just did a mount /dev/nvme0n1p1 /mnt and it looks like there is at the top an EFI directory... but when i just tried to boot uefi, i got a grub prompt, when i boot bios, it's fine, i'm confgused00:39
RonWhoCaresCould someone look at a crash report I have with the program Kdenlive https://pastebin.com/n4ER8rxz00:58
sarnoldRonWhoCares: it looks similar to https://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=272&t=16510001:03
sarnoldRonWhoCares: in march they suggested to the original author to try their appimage; there's a snap package from april, if it was actually built from april sources, it might have those fixes01:03
sarnoldbut of course the snap package might do funny things with your existing install, so backup configs, data files, etc, first (always a good idea anyway)01:04
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craigbass76Anyone using a Dell Thunderbolt TB16 (docking station) with an XPS laptop? It seemed to work better when I got it (Dell sent it with 18.04 preinstalled) but since wiping and putting 20.04 on, not so much. I don't see any Dell Linux drivers though.02:03
sarnoldcraigbass76: sometimes those pre-installe systems have ppas configured with extra drivers, different kernels, etc02:04
sarnoldcraigbass76: the quickest way to find out might be to pop a new drive in the computer, reinstall 18.04 from vendor-supplied media, and check what kernel and what ppas are configured02:05
craigbass76Worst case scenario is that I just have to keep rebooting every time I plug into it (every morning when I get back to work)02:07
sarnoldoh, ow :/ I'm pretty sure my x1c has similar problems when I use my docking station ..02:08
sarnoldstpid kernel stack dumps when I unplug or replug it, while it's running.. of ourse I've only seen it two or  three times, but I'm not inclined to try again02:09
sarnoldbut since I undocked mine because it's too bloody hot to use the external monitor, it's not nearly the same level of inconvenience for me02:09
samdragonIs it expected to have to reset my UEFI Secure Boot password after each `apt update`?02:33
sarnoldsamdragon: no, that sounds funny, I wouldn't expect to see it at all on an apt update, and perhaps only once when doing an apt install of a dkms package, or something similar to that02:35
samdragonI think I'll just disable it02:35
sarnoldI wonder if that will also stop the prompts :)02:39
samdragononly one way to find out haha02:40
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ses1984i'm not sure what i did but yesterday my desktop framerate was high and now i'm getting just 26fps in glxgears04:58
ses1984i converted my install from bios to uefi by running boot repair04:59
BWestOzI'm seeking guidance on how to best configure users/permissions on a Ubuntu/LAMP server for wordpress05:10
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peppothi! is anyone else recently experiencing freezes/not working copy+paste of images from Chrome (any version) to various apps (tried Signal, GIMP etc)?07:18
wyoungpeppot: Not I07:44
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l4m8d4Hello there, is it to be expected that still, on a fully updated ubuntu 18.04, there is no proposal for 20.04 upgrade? I thought the updates should start after 20.04.1 release, which happened a while ago, so I'm suprised my systemd still dont wanna update09:15
NuckStarrrl4m8d4: they're strengthening up the release still09:17
l4m8d4NuckStarrr: Ah ok, so everything is in order then? I thought maybe my upgrader was broken or something09:18
NuckStarrryep; they just want to make sure everything gets stable before releasing09:18
l4m8d4Well, fine by me, I'm quite busy as of late so I favor stability over speed ;) I'd rather wait a little more to get a smooth upgrade09:19
NuckStarrrthen you'll get the lts upgrade once their done09:19
l4m8d4Thanks for the info NuckStarrr09:19
NuckStarrrno problem09:19
lotuspsychjel4m8d4: you can follow the status here: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/focal-fossa-20-04-1-lts-point-release-status-tracking/1760409:21
l4m8d4lotuspsychje: That's interesting. Thanks for sharing, I'll keep my eye on that09:23
l4m8d4And it's a grub problem again - I recently had an 18.04 upgrade that almost made my machine unbootable due to a grub problem...09:26
l4m8d4(Not to 20.04 though, just a regular 18.04 update)09:27
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apwl4m8d4, 'almost' ... what did it do wrong10:29
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no_gravityHello! rdiff-backup lists some directories as changed that have not changed. I wonder how to figure out why.11:05
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BluesKajHi all12:03
geodb27People : hi !12:19
MzR_MasseyGood Morning!12:41
MzR_MasseyI am trying something... that might be a bit odd trying to get Plesk and a GUI Ubuntu to play happily together on the same system.,12:43
MzR_Massey(GUI as in Ubuntu-server 18.04 with Ubuntu-desktop ontop of the server)12:44
cluonbeamPlesk is bad enough, I'd advise not using it at all, let alone on a system with a full desktop.12:59
spiffdaddyin cases where apt-get upgrade leads to "following packages have been kept back" -- will this eventually work itself out as repositories are updated?13:00
BluesKajspiffdaddy, yes13:04
afidegnumanyone successfully configure hibernation on rEFInd ?13:04
EriC^^spiffdaddy: try sudo apt-get dist-upgrade13:04
EriC^^!dist-upgrade | spiffdaddy13:05
ubottuspiffdaddy: A dist-upgrade will install new dependencies for packages already installed and may remove packages if they are no longer needed. This will not bring you to a new release of Ubuntu, see !upgrade if that is your intention.13:05
cluonbeamafidegnum: Are you running Debian or Ubuntu?13:05
spiffdaddyEric^^ My biggest concern was packages getting broken with dist-upgrade13:07
EriC^^spiffdaddy: which packages have been held back?13:07
spiffdaddythis is a server install, so i'd rather it be stable13:07
spiffdaddybase-files and ubuntu-server13:07
EriC^^!info base-files13:07
rr123since most recent update(two days ago?) I noticed now chrome eats 8GB of my memory with like 12 tabs? normally it is 2GB13:08
ubottubase-files (source: base-files): Debian base system miscellaneous files. In component main, is required. Version 11ubuntu5.2 (focal), package size 59 kB, installed size 392 kB13:08
rr123this is reproduciable13:08
EriC^^!info ubuntu-server13:08
ubottuubuntu-server (source: ubuntu-meta): The Ubuntu Server system. In component main, is optional. Version 1.450.2 (focal), package size 2 kB, installed size 51 kB13:08
rr123i'm now forced to use firefox13:08
EriC^^spiffdaddy: you could run "sudo apt-get -s dist-upgrade" it should do a dry run and show you what it would remove or install to do the dist-upgrade, but nothing will be changed13:09
gryrr123: try in a new OS user.13:09
gryrr123: check for the issue. Maybe it is custom settings causing this?13:09
spiffdaddyif it will work itself out as BluesKaj suggested, I can just wait.13:10
gryrr123: if it works well in new OS user, then we can find which setting is causing the problem.13:10
EriC^^spiffdaddy: not necessary, the odds are very low tbh13:11
rr123gry: ok let me try thanks13:11
rr123very unusual for me, might be the first time seeing this13:11
rr123no new extensions or behavior for it, just suddenly memory shot-up13:11
EriC^^spiffdaddy: right now, in order to install base-files and ubuntu-server it might need to install another package, or remove another package to satisfy the dependencies, so unless the new packages list/cache becomes that these packages arent required, it would stay as it is13:13
EriC^^i mean that these new package dependencies arent required13:13
BluesKajspiffdaddy, if EriC^^ says so then it's probly safe to do: sudo apt-get -s dist-upgrade ...he has more knowledge than I have.13:15
EriC^^spiffdaddy: it's a dry run -s/--simulate , it'll just list what it would do and nothing more13:16
spiffdaddynew packae motd-news-config13:19
EriC^^!info motd-news-config13:19
ubottumotd-news-config (source: base-files): Configuration for motd-news shipped in base-files. In component main, is optional. Version 11ubuntu5.2 (focal), package size 4 kB, installed size 43 kB13:19
EriC^^seems pretty harmless, config for the motd news13:20
gryrr123: browser is a complex app.13:21
spiffdaddythanks guys13:22
rr123gry: i believe it might be memory leak, it's 10G now with 25 tabs13:23
rr123normally it's about 100MB per tab13:23
gryrr123: in new OS user the issue persists?13:28
xbfrogthats always good imput13:33
xbfrognevermind, too old comment13:35
rr123gry: new user looks fine, old user one tab will create 10 new chrome processes sometimes which caused huge memory usage13:49
rr123reset chrome is pain, as I will need reinput some many stuff, but guess i will try that anyways13:49
rr1234 tabs reports 49 chrome processes, google is crazy13:52
gryrr123: hi.13:53
gryrr123: you can find chrome settings dir and import from old os user to new os user in parts, after each addition restart chrome and check13:54
gryrr123: this may help you find out what the problem is.13:54
rr123gry: thanks, too busy today, i will bare with it and see if there will be some chrome updates in two days, then reset chrome13:55
gryrr123: ok13:55
rr123debugging chrome takes too much time out of busy schedule :(13:55
rr123i used to spend one day to fix vim to no avail until a vim update that fixes it, lesson learned there13:55
dirtwashwhere does iptables log to under ubuntu 20.04?14:08
dirtwashcant find any iptable logs14:08
stevenm_Quick Q: you know how for many moons we had the "Notification Area" (colloquially known as the system tray) and then everyone moved over to the more menu-like "Indicator Applets" ?14:18
stevenm_can anyone think why anyone might then drop support for indicator applets?  are they being phased out for something *even* newer?14:18
hyperknothi, why is it that if I put "time" in front of pg_dump, I get a line like the following: 30.29user 1.70system 0:34.28elapsed 93%CPU (0avgtext+0avgdata 49084maxresident)k 0inputs+1006096outputs (0major+11315minor)pagefaults 0swaps15:02
dead10cchyperknot it is a command to give program running time data15:05
hyperknotyes, but I'm surprised why it doesn't return the usual real/user/sys format15:05
dead10cctry /usr/bin/time15:06
hyperknotdead10cc: same output. For me the solution seems to be time -p15:08
dead10ccmy mistake, that is the default format of time15:09
dead10ccthe builtin time (from bash) has default format of real/user/sys15:09
hyperknotI see15:11
rj175Hello, I am trying to do a pxe boot install of ubuntu desktop 20.04 but I am getting "No root file system is defined"15:38
der_RikkitHey there, I hope to find some advice here. Here is my problem: Since today the speed of my graphic card(gtx 760)  went way down. From a point where I was able to paly video games to a point where moving the mouse is a diashow. My second monitor went dark. Can someone help me to figure out if this is a software or a hardware problem? Thanks in16:00
tomreynder_Rikkit: what's your ubuntu release, kernel version? what changes have you made between when it worked and didn't?16:06
der_RikkitUbuntuStudio 20.04.1 LTS Kernel: 5.4.0-45-lowlatency I didn't made any active changes besides running the auto update function of my distro and rebooting. After the problem occured I tried to switch to an other driver version for my gpu16:12
tomreynder_Rikkit: if you don't mind sharing the details in there, post a kernel log     journalctl -k -b    or a full system log:    journalctl -b16:15
der_Rikkitwill do give me a sec16:15
der_Rikkitis there a way to post the output in a txt or something similar?16:19
tomreynder_Rikkit: echo this is a test |& nc termbin.com 999916:22
tomreyn(this very syntax would only work on the bash anddash shells)16:23
der_Rikkitseems like there was an Error with my connection anyway tomreyn here are the 2 files: https://termbin.com/13h9s   and https://termbin.com/8lb8p16:38
tomreynder_Rikkit: which command produced them?16:44
tomreyni assume "journalctl -b" produced https://termbin.com/13h9s    and "journalctl -k -b" produced https://termbin.com/8lb8p16:46
der_Rikkitthe 13h9s was journalctl -b and the 8lbl8p was journalctl -k -b16:46
tomreynthis bios is very outdated https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/support/Z77A-G4316:52
tomreyncould be a problem when combined with recent microcode updates16:52
der_Rikkitokay, I'll check for a bios update (was kinda afraid to do so for the risk of killing it in the process + never change a running system)16:55
tomreynder_Rikkit: you don'T seem to have tried to start X so there are no logs there on what may have gone wrong in this session16:57
tomreynjournalctl -b -1 |& nc termbin.com 9999     would post the last but one log, or look at --list-boots16:58
der_RikkitThis was the first boot today: journalctl -b -6 | nc termbin.com 9999https://termbin.com/s5rr17:02
der_RikkitAnd this was the one before that. on that day everything was still working17:04
der_Rikkitjournalctl -b -7 | nc termbin.com 9999https://termbin.com/a3ae217:04
der_Rikkitalso what is X?17:06
tomreynX, X11, X.org, the X window system server, providing the very foundation for a *graphical* uiser interface.17:09
NuckStarrrgood for you17:10
NuckStarrryeah you're right enough though17:10
tomreynder_Rikkit: it seems that your X server still logs to /var/log/Xorg17:10
tomreynder_Rikkit: rather /var/log/Xorg*17:10
tomreynder_Rikkit: what changed between these two logs is the kernel version17:11
der_Rikkitah so a biosupdate to the latest version (2014-05-01) could help or I must fall back to the older kernel right?17:13
NuckStarrr't tons of apple shit and the atari gui and etc older than x11? did the xerox shit get called x11 I wonder?17:13
NuckStarrroops language17:13
NuckStarrrfms (fuck my session)17:13
NuckStarrrok I'll quit manualll6y17:13
tomreynder_Rikkit: normally, kernel updates within the same ubuntu version should not cause a graphics card to fail, no matter what (unless hardware issues). this would be considered a regression. on the other hand, nvidia drivers are not something the kernel folks care about much, for reasons.17:16
tomreyncanonical / ubuntu folks do, though.17:16
tomreynso you could post your xorg logs and we could look at them as well, or you could just post a bug report, if you're using ubuntu's nvidia drivers on nvidia supported hardware17:17
der_Rikkit[ 48690.339] X.Org X Server 1.20.5X Protocol Version 11, Revision 0[ 48690.339] Build Operating System: Linux 4.4.0-165-generic x86_64 Ubuntu[ 48690.339] Current Operating System: Linux plange-Tower 5.3.0-51-lowlatency #44-Ubuntu SMP PREEMPT Wed Apr 22 21:54:38 UTC 2020 x86_64[ 48690.339] Kernel command line:17:18
der_RikkitBOOT_IMAGE=/boot/vmlinuz-5.3.0-51-lowlatency root=UUID=58aefce8-42fe-4333-81ae-31d2c867846e ro quiet splash vt.handoff=1[ 48690.339] Build Date: 08 October 2019  09:43:30AM[ 48690.339] xorg-server 2:1.20.5+git20191008-0ubuntu1 (For technical support please see http://www.ubuntu.com/support) [ 48690.339] Current version of pixman: 0.38.4[ 48690.339]17:18
der_RikkitBefore reporting problems, check http://wiki.x.orgto make sure that you have the latest version.[ 48690.339] Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==) default setting,(++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II) informational,(WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown.[ 48690.339] (==) Log file: "/var/log/Xorg.1.log",17:18
der_RikkitTime: Fri May  1 04:15:01 2020[ 48690.339] (==) Using system config directory "/usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d"[ 48690.364] (==) No Layout section.  Using the first Screen section.[ 48690.364] (==) No screen section available. Using defaults.[ 48690.364] (**) |-->Screen "Default Screen Section" (0)[ 48690.364] (**) |   |-->Monitor "<default monitor>"[17:18
der_Rikkit48690.364] (==) No monitor specified for screen "Default Screen Section".Using a default monitor configuration.[ 48690.364] (==) Automatically adding devices[ 48690.364] (==) Automatically enabling devices[ 48690.364] (==) Automatically adding GPU devices[ 48690.364] (==) Automatically binding GPU devices[ 48690.364] (==) Max clients allowed: 256,17:18
der_Rikkitresource mask: 0x1fffff[ 48690.364] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/X11/cyrillic" does not exist.[ 48690.364] Entry deleted from font path.[ 48690.364] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/X11/100dpi/" does not exist.[ 48690.364] Entry deleted from font path.[ 48690.364] (WW) The directory "/usr/share/fonts/X11/75dpi/" does not exist.[17:18
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.17:19
tomreyn!paste | der_Rikkit17:19
ubottuder_Rikkit: please see above17:19
der_Rikkitwait let me try a filehoster instead...17:20
tomreynder_Rikkit: that's an old log file, check its file modification date.17:25
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tomreynGeForce GTX 760 (GK104) seems to be the nvidia hardware you have there17:27
der_Rikkithttps://pastebin.com/HFxqD0KU and gtx 760 sounds right17:28
solsTiCehi. I got an error https://paste.rs/pp7 when trying to run gpsfake on 20.04. Is it an apparmor error ? how to fix it ? Do I need to open a bugreport on that ?17:30
oerhekssolsTiCe, where does gpsfake come from ? not from our repos i guess17:32
solsTiCeit is in gpsd-clients package17:33
oerheksoh it is, found it http://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/focal/man1/gpsfake.1.html17:33
solsTiCeit was working I think in 18.0417:34
tomreynder_Rikkit: the proprietary nvidia driver module was not loaded, nouveau was. maybe the former no longer supports your hardware: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/314217:35
tomreynder_Rikkit: also these possibly related X errors were logged    (EE) [drm] Failed to open DRM device for pci:0000:01:00.0: -19      (EE) open /dev/dri/card0: No such file or directory17:36
der_Rikkitwell seems fair my card has it's age and I understand why nvidia may drop the driver support. thanks for taking a close llok at my logs. You helped me a lot. If I can buy you a beer or something I would be more than glad. <317:42
dirtycajunriceIs there a way to have a script run any time a kernel is installed? Like... a post install hook with systemd?17:46
ChmEarldirtycajunrice, /etc/kernel/postinst.d/17:56
ChmEarldirtycajunrice, /usr/lib/kernel/install.d/17:57
dirtycajunriceChmEarl dear god how did i forget about that. Thank you :)17:57
SaeidHi, I'm using imagemagick (montage) to make a css sprite image from multiple images, the problem is I want to generate position of each image (inside sprite) but I can't, here is my code: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/KPy5zStxyn/18:01
tomreynder_Rikkit: you're welcome, and no need for a beer, thanks ;-)18:02
der_Rikkitbye and thanks for all the fish!18:09
der_Rikkittomreyn hey there, just checking by, to report my success. I used Grub to boot with the old Kernel version, and my graphic card is working again. thanks for pointing in that direction.18:29
tomreynder_Rikkit: conside filing a bug report. and give the bios upgrade a try, this might help running current kernel images.18:32
tomreynand if you have some budget: get current or less old hardware18:34
CarlFKwhat's a quick cli command to print line 1776 from a file?18:52
oerheks"ubuntu print line number from document" ...18:54
geniioerheks: Perhaps they mean how to output it to their printer?18:56
rfmCarlFK, "head -n 1776 file | tail -n 1" comes to mind18:56
oerhekssed -n '3p' <filename>18:57
oerhekssed -n '1776p' <filename>18:57
oerheksgenii, oh, maybe, i thought about the screen18:57
CarlFKoerheks: thanks.  the sed thing looks good enough.  I was hoping for something I might remember in a few weeks.  but I know how to grep these logs for sed, so close enough :p18:59
sarnold"it's just like ed, but in a stream"? :)19:00
jwashI use the nvidia ppa to provide my driver, am i correct when i say that if i have 2 enabled displays :0 and :1, and i assign hdmi-0 to :0 and DP1 to :1 ad DP2 to :1, that when i maximize a window on :1 it will only span DP1 and DP2 and leave HDMI1 alone?19:01
FaTaL_GGcan I forceload/test a kernel lib/driver without a reboot?19:04
CarlFKFaTaL_GG:  "yes"  look at kexec19:05
CarlFKFaTaL_GG: I have used it.  it doesn't always work out the way I want.  I think because the kernel assumes the box is in state, like video mode 80x25, maybe cpu in 32 bit mode, heck if I know what.   but I have had it work too.  so good luck! ::D19:07
CarlFKalso, you can rmmod/modprobe drivers.  which is also an answer to your question19:09
FaTaL_GGyea, I think that is what I want19:09
FaTaL_GGmodprobe insmod rmmod19:10
tomreynmodprobe / modprobe -r19:11
FaTaL_GGcurious, when I run lsmod, and I see a bunch of items listed that say used by "0" does this mean no hardware is using it?19:11
FaTaL_GGas an example, I do have an intel 1GB 4 port nic, and I see "e1000" listed, but it also says used by "0" nextto it19:12
rfmFaTaL_GG, that's the number of loaded modules depending on the module19:14
FaTaL_GGoh ok19:15
oerheksMicrosoft to finally kill Adobe Flash support by January 2021 \0/19:19
gildartsHopefully my employer will retire their current time tracking software by then. XD19:22
FaTaL_GGWhen I usemodprobe to add wireless, it does a [insmod /lib/modules/5.4.0-42-generic/kernel/net/wireless/cfg80211.ko] and the result is [modprobe: ERROR: could not insert 'cfg80211': Exec format error], am I running it wrong?19:24
FaTaL_GGIt was loaded until I unloaded it. lol19:25
lotuspsychjejwash: perhaps when you elaborate your endgoal, volunteers might be able to help you better, what do you want to do on both screens?19:25
jwashmy end goal is to be able to full screen my remote desktop (Amazon AWS workspace) across 2 monitors with Alt+enter and still be able to browse on the 3rd monitor19:29
jwashbrowse on my local system19:30
jwashright now if i do alt+enter it makes all 3 screens into one desktop19:30
jwashi only want 2 of them to be part of the remote desktop19:31
xrandrHi. I was wondering how to use nvidia-libgl instead of mesa-libgl for nvidia drivers?19:38
mindofmateoI am using Ubuntu 20.04 and VLC version 3.0.8 (newest available with apt-get).  I have pulled the most recent youtube.lua script from github into /usr/lib/vlc/lua/playlist/ and VLC still does not play YouTube videos.  I can't tell if this is a my-computer problem, VLC problem, or YouTube problem19:38
xrandrOh, I am using Ubuntu 20.04 if that helps19:39
mindofmateoThe player opens and sits like it's loading "watch/?v=video-id" eternally19:41
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oerheksmindofmateo, probably  youtube.luac issue? "replace the youtube.luac (mind the ā€˜cā€™ in luac) in lib/vlc/lua/playlist directory with this downloaded file."19:47
oerheksso, not just add it, replace19:47
mindofmateoThanks, it's a good link.  I did replace it though.  in both places19:52
akemHey, what's a good 5ghz enabled usb wifi adapter for ubuntu please?19:53
akemThat can support all possible channels, cause my old wifi doesn't support everything it seems.19:54
sarnoldakem: is it a matter of a misconfigured regulatory domain? https://feeding.cloud.geek.nz/posts/setting-wifi-regulatory-domain-linux-openwrt/19:55
AavarI am running 20.04 with cinnamon. Is it possible to turn off checking for updates completely?19:57
akemSarnold maybe..i ll have a look, thx for the link. ;]19:57
sarnoldAavar: removing the unattended-upgrades package will probably help19:58
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Aavarsarnold: isn't that just for upgrades (verson upgrades I mean?)?19:59
sarnoldAavar: no, it downloads and installs security updates daily20:01
Aavarsarnold: Ok, thanks :)20:01
Aavarremoved :D20:01
akemsarnold no its another issue...not sure what it is then, but i cant connect to my phone hotspot. But its limited to 2.4ghz anyway.20:03
akemOther devices connect instant.20:04
makavelii did some updates and now my dual screens arent working20:22
makavelirunnning gnome20:23
makaveliweirdest thing is that i have 2 monitors working pre login20:23
makavelihow did you giys fuck up my dual monitor setup20:58
makaveliit was all working fine until the updater raped me as if i was a jimmy saville victim20:58
tomreyn!language | makaveli20:58
ubottumakaveli: Please avoid any language that may be considered offensive, including acronyms and obfuscation of such - also see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/Guidelines || The main channels are English only, for other languages, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRC/ChannelList20:58
makavelimy dual monitors have been sodomized20:59
wb235hey guys i upgraded ubuntu to 20.04 on a system with windows on a separate hard drive, but now windows won't boot and i get a message that says "file /efi/Microsoft/Boot/bootmgfw.efi not found". anyone encounter this and can i fix it from ubuntu?20:59
tomreyn!ops | makaveli20:59
ubottumakaveli: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Pici, Myrtti, jrib, Amaranth, tonyyarusso, Nalioth, lamont, CarlK, elky, mneptok, Tm_T, jpds, ikonia, Flannel, wgrant, stdin, h00k, IdleOne, Jordan_U, popey, Corey, ocean, cprofitt, djones, Madpilot, gnomefreak, lhavelund, phunyguy, chu20:59
makavelii really miss my 2 monitors21:01
makavelilife was great before the update21:01
makaveliMy gnome has lost eye in the battle of the update21:05
makavelican anyone help me get the second eye put back in my gnome please?21:05
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krytarikmakaveli: I'd think a bit less crap and attitude and a bit more details instead could get you farther here.21:18
makavelikrytarik: https://pastebin.com/qrnpndif21:50
makavelikrytarik: https://imgur.com/a/gbd432H21:51
FaTaL_Gis there a savvy way to "fix" isc-dhcp-server so that if it dies it auto restarts?21:52
makavelikrytarik: https://pastebin.com/1xREud3K21:54
makavelian more details i can give just let me know21:54
melatoninaHello. I'm using Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS and JavaFX (any version 8+) is a mess: tooltips appear in the wrong places, context menus don't close if you click outside of them, etc. Is this normal on Ubuntu? I can't find trace of this kind of bugs on the Java bug reporting system.21:56
FaTaL_GIf someone can help with the race condition I have with isc-dhcp-server it would be a blessing. I have tried every hack/timing trick I've found, yet constantly, if I reboot, the darn dhcpd will fail because "its not configured to listen on any interfaces"  (https://askubuntu.com/questions/536531/dhcp-server-wont-start-gives-not-configured-to-listen-on-any-interfaces-eve)  <--- same problem I22:10
FaTaL_GI do **not** currently have a sleep in there22:11
sarnoldFaTaL_G: what interfaces do you have configured to listen on? how are those interfaces brought up at boot?22:13
krytarikmakaveli: And could you figure out what specific package updates caused this?  Also, the image link doesn't seem to work.22:17
pedahzurReading over https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/1891680 (the last remaining blocker before they enable 18.04 -> 20.04 upgrades), am I understanding it correctly such that if my grub config is correct, and I know it is pointing to a valid boot device, I don't have anything to worry about?22:19
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1891680 in grub2 (Ubuntu Focal) "grub-pc needs to detect when debconf points to invalid drive and stop in preinst, before unpacking files, and also treat this as a failure in postinst" [Critical,Confirmed]22:19
FaTaL_Gsarnold, "br0" it is, via /etc/network/interfaces, and it is static, so it seems, since br0 is a number of devices, its "too slow"22:20
FaTaL_Gsarnold, ideally, I would like to make it "keep looking for br0, and then run... or wait until br0 is active, then run22:21
sarnoldFaTaL_G: systemd-networkd-wait-online.service may help22:24
sarnoldFaTaL_G: oh.... /etc/network/interfaces? hmm. I'm not sure what to do there...22:24
FaTaL_GI've had this issue for a few years22:27
makaveli 22:28
FaTaL_GI'd like to reboot or lose power and know it will start back up witout intervention22:28
zethiusI need help quick please. On my encrypted LUKS USB I rm -rf the wrong file and I want to recover it. What are my options?22:53
zethiusPlease quick22:53
zethiusAny one?22:54
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zethiusI need help in recovering an item I accidently rm -rf23:01
sarnoldzethius: if you deleted a file that only had a single hardlink, and you don't have backups you can restore from, you could try the tools from http://www.sleuthkit.org/ -- I've used these to recover files before23:03
Bashing-om!info extundelete bionic | zethius23:04
ubottuzethius: extundelete (source: extundelete): utility to recover deleted files from ext3/ext4 partition. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.4-1ubuntu1 (bionic), package size 51 kB, installed size 147 kB23:04
zethiusubottu: When I try to run extundelete, it gives me this error: extundelete: Bad magic number in super-block when trying to open filesystem /dev/sdb23:08
ubottuzethius: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)23:08
pnwiseubottu whoami23:09
ubottuuse @whoami23:09
sarnoldzethius: you'll need to give the plaintext device node, not the ciphertext device node23:10
zethiussarnold: What does that mean?23:11
scythefwd2is anyone running a fully up to date ubuntu 20.04 without and add on repos that would mind getting me a file creation date and sha1sum of a file?23:11
scythefwd2specifically /lib/firmware/iwlwifi-cc-a0-50.ucode23:13
sarnoldzethius: probably you need to give it something like /dev/dm-0 instead of /dev/sdb  or something like that23:14
zethiussarnold: How do I find out what it's called?23:14
sarnoldzethius: lsblk may give an idea23:15
Bashing-omscythefwd2: Nope not me " ls: cannot access ......." .23:15
sarnoldscythefwd2: are you sure this file exists? apt-file search  iwlwifi-cc-a0-50.ucode returns no results for me23:15
scythefwd2bashing .. need to sudo it23:15
scythefwd2thats a potential result23:15
scythefwd2thank you23:15
scythefwd2reason iasked... I was having some pretty hefty issues with my ax200 wireless chipset23:16
scythefwd2it'd not connect, just kept rebooting23:16
scythefwd2and intel directed me to a "new" firmware and I was wondering if it was distributing them yet or if it's just on the kernel git23:17
scythefwd2appears not in Ubuntu's repo's yet.. and your just confirmed that23:17
scythefwd2so thank you23:17
AavarI just got these warnings when running dist-upgrade. I'm afraid to reboot at this point. What should I do? https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/8SNv63N2CS/23:20
sarnoldscythefwd2: aha! you could steal it from https://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/firmware/linux-firmware.git/tree/23:21
AavarI have defined / to /dev/sda1 for some reason. I can't remember why...23:21
scythefwd2sarnold.. thats where they sent me :D23:21
sarnoldscythefwd2: aha :D23:21
sarnoldscythefwd2: .. thus the desire to get a known-good hash, got it.23:21
sarnoldgood thing it's friday man23:21
scythefwd2sarnold.. more like I'm trying to compare what is in ubuntu vs. what is in that git repo :D23:22
scythefwd2see if it's the same thing ubuntu is distributing or if it's updated23:22
scythefwd2that one is still just a little buggy..23:22
scythefwd2it works with kernel
sarnoldscythefwd2: the groovy version of the package was made two weeks ago, it probably has that file https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-firmware/1.19023:23
scythefwd2but not with what it updated to ...23:23
scythefwd2thanks.. sometimes yall are the best at telling me where to look23:23
scythefwd2and it doesnt work with anything but the kernel.  Intel says it works with the 5.7 they were running.. so I'm curious.. I'm just glad I'm back up.. even if it does take a minute to init my card23:25
scythefwd2so I appreciate the info23:25
scythefwd2huh.. that hashes the same.. I didn't think I'd stopped trying with for that little bit until before aug 19.. which is the creation date.. but whatever, it works.. I'm happy lol23:32
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