racsoxcan someone help me, I'm trying to access a folder from windows that I shared using samba but i have no  access03:32
locknetbest way is using cifs-utils man03:32
locknetdont waste time with samba03:32
racsoxok, let me try03:33
locknetsudo apt install cifs-utils03:33
locknetsudo mount -t cifs -o username=$windows_user,password=$windows_user_password //WIN_SHARE_IP/$shared_name /mnt/winshare03:34
locknetthat's the command example03:34
locknetit works perfect03:35
racsoxmaybe because the folder I want to share is part of a snap, it's not working04:20
geodb27People : hi !09:14
iceyhey jamespage, on a package that has the Vcs-Git set to debian's salsa, but that we have patches for, how should I propose a change that you could look at?12:02
jamespageicey: which package?12:37
iceyjamespage: grabbed it for https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-scrypt/+bug/169589912:42
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1695899 in python-scrypt (Ubuntu) "[MIR] python-scrypt, python-bcrypt" [Critical,Triaged]12:42
tewardthat's... an old MIR o.O12:47
tewardis it still alive?12:47
iceythe package is in main, but one of the asks on it wasn't completed teward :-D12:47
tewardcc sarnold because Security is where this was left of with12:48
tewardjamespage: ^ think Security in 2017 had some concerns with how -scrypt was handling a few things see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/python-scrypt/+bug/1695899/comments/412:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1695899 in python-scrypt (Ubuntu) "[MIR] python-scrypt, python-bcrypt" [Critical,Triaged]12:48
tewardicey: are you proposing fixing the issues in comment 4 or such?12:48
iceyteward: well, issues 3 and 3 in comment 412:49
tewardicey: did you mean 2 and 3?12:49
iceygah yes12:49
tewardi think there's two options - patch the issue in groovy separately, independently from the git repo on Salsa, or wait for Debian to catch up12:51
tewardeither way it'd need a security review again12:51
iceyteward: it's already in main, afaict12:51
tewardbecause 2017 -> 2020 is a long wait xD12:51
icey  Installed: (none)12:52
icey  Candidate: 0.8.0-0.3ubuntu112:52
icey  Version table:12:52
icey     0.8.0-0.3ubuntu1 50012:52
tewardso it is12:52
icey        500 http://us.nova.clouds.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu groovy/main amd64 Packages12:52
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tewardicey: then I don't think there's anything to be done here?  Unless you want it updated in Debian separately for some reason12:52
iceyteward: well, it's still a critical important bug that my team is a subscriber for ;-)12:53
tewardI'd check with the Security team and the release team then12:53
iceyand it looks like the package itself already has a patch that we're carrying12:53
tewardits possible it was already done and the bug just wasn't closed.12:53
iceyteward: it isn't...12:54
teward> it isn't < then how is it in main :p12:54
iceysee comments 7 & 8?12:54
iceyI just opened https://github.com/holgern/py-scrypt/pull/3 against upstream to work on the test improvement, in addition to having a patch to propose on the package itself until it lands upstream12:54
tewardheh well 'upstream' counts in two places here12:55
teward(1) Debian12:55
teward(2) Ubuntu12:55
tewardso even if they fix it 'upstream' it needs ot be in Debian to sync to remove any delta12:56
tewardshort-term solution is patch it for Groovy and then later resync it when the delta drops12:56
iceywell, yes - I proposed the PR against upstream's upstream12:56
teward(it's a bandaid fix)12:56
tewardno, IRC, i don't have any unread messages here, thank you12:57
teward*kicks his IRC client*12:57
tewardicey: i just had to do some evil upstream nitpicking to fix things in xca in Debian a couple days ago, including snag something not yet released to fix an issue.  My two cents is, if you want the bug off your radar *now* then bandaid it with another ubuntu delta/revision12:58
tewardotherwise you'll have to wait for ${UNDETERMINED_TIME_PERIOD} until ti's fixed upstream and trickles to Debian12:59
geodb27Is that normal that the "assisted partitioning (full disk with lvm)" of the installer of ubuntu-20.04.1-legacy-server or any other item of this installer menu don't allow to create many lv with associated sizes and mount-points ? This used to work as of 18.04 ubuntu install iso.13:49
RoyKgeodb27: IIRC you need to use manual partitioning or perhaps even the classic installer for this to work. Newer ubuntu is meant to be so supereasy to install, your sick old granny can do it, but to make that work, they hid all the fun13:57
geodb27RoyK: Thanks for your answer. I've launched the install many times, and there is no option (even manual partitioning) that allows me to do what I want. It alwas end with a / and a swap partition. Sometime with even an efi partition I don't want at all. Why the hell did they brake all that was working not that bad before ?13:59
geodb27I've even tried the ubuntu-20.04.1-live-server-amd64.iso (somehow a little better, with this one the partitioning works as I want). However, with this one, the new cloud-init re-install process is so not well documented (no complete example, only the ability to create a user for the system in user-meta). An example of the content of a file, but no idea of how to name it and where to dispose it... Well, all this sucks... I14:03
geodb27think I'll go and stay with my ubuntu-18.04 and head on with a "do-release-upgrade"...14:03
sdezielgeodb27: for the live-server install, have you been through https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/install/autoinstall-quickstart and https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/install/autoinstall-reference ?14:06
geodb27sdeziel: indeed, I went to these places. There is no example of how to partition the disk(s), create lvm(s) and so on.14:07
RoyKgeodb27: AFAICS you just choose "custom storage layout"14:11
RoyKgeodb27: I just ran the installer in a vm and it looked ok from there14:11
sdezielgeodb27: https://curtin.readthedocs.io/en/latest/topics/storage.html covers partitioning and LVM14:12
geodb27RoyK: from the live or legacy iso ? From the live, indeed it works fine. My point is that I'd like to automate the process as I did with 18.04 in one way or another. debconf-installer can't be used anymore from what I've read and cloud-init is not that well documented for me (or I haven't searched what I should have) and I can't find any procedure to have it all done on it's own.14:13
RoyKseems legacy is EOL14:14
RoyKoh - to automate it - no idea - sorry14:14
* RoyK stopped using ubuntu on servers several years ago and went back to debian14:15
geodb27Oh, thanks for the link, I'll dig into it. However, with just a glance, the begining of the doc claims : here is a config example (so far, so good). But, this is an example of the *content* of some file that describes the config. What is this file (where is it placed, how should it be named and so on)... That what's all the docs I've read leak... Anyway, you're not responsible of this. I'll read on, more carefuly the link you14:16
geodb27pointed me to. Thank you so much :-)14:16
* geodb27 need ubuntu as a server at least for lxd...14:17
ChmEarlin focal, did something change in `d-i partman-auto`? I always get a win95 primary partition unless I use an expert recipe15:27
ChmEarlthis a xen domU, where I wanted a single primary root partition15:28
ChmEarlI'm able to get no_efi, so no ESP, but always the installer creates a win95 fat3215:29

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