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WalterWhitesCookgetting a gnome-control-center crash and it saws it might be a obsolete package version. Is apt autoremove sufficient to resolve it?01:32
ses1984i just had a system totally lock up, not saved by alt-sysreq REISUB01:35
ses1984i wanted to see if alt-sysreq REISUB actually worked, so the first thing i did after rebooting was to ctrl-alt-f1 and try to do it, and it says REI are not supported but it did happily reboot on SUB01:36
ses1984anyway, is there anything specific i should check for evidence on why it locked up in the first place?01:36
SparkyFlarydoes anyone know what is the newest 32 bit ubuntu linux that has a partitioner that comes with the image disc?02:07
xbfrogwell, i wanted to install a simple drawing app. i chose pinta from the software repository in ubuntu. trying to install i got sorry, something went wrong: error opening directory "/usr/share/appdata": no such file or directory . can this be fixed?02:19
digupdid you try to install through synaptic or terminal?02:21
diguppaste the output.02:21
xbfrogthru software gui02:23
xbfrogubuntu software icon02:23
xbfrogi'm not sure where to get the output02:24
digupupdate the repo first before installing any software02:24
xbfrogit says their are no updates02:25
xbfrogsoftware is up to date02:25
digupnow fire up the terminal02:26
diguppaste the commands..02:26
digup$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pinta-maintainers/pinta-stable02:26
digup$ sudo apt update02:26
digup$ sudo apt install pinta02:27
xbfrogIt is strongly recommended to also ensure that Mono 6.10 or higher is installed on your system (run `mono --version` to check), as earlier 6.x versions can produce random crashes.02:28
digupupdate the mono font then02:29
xbfrogfrom terminal or do i need to go to https://www.mono-project.com/download/stable/#download-lin02:30
digupfirst check whether mono is already installed.. if it is installed remove the older version if it's less than 6.x and install the new ones02:31
diguplet me know what happends02:33
xbfrog^mono --version02:33
brenster21Hello I am currently issues with an external drive where it gets mounted then 10 to 15 minutes later it starts giving me and input/output error. I tried using ntfsck ntfsfix to fix the drive but i am having 0 luck. it is an ntfs formated usb external02:33
xbfrogCommand 'mono' not found, but can be installed with:02:33
xbfrog 02:33
xbfrogsudo apt install mono-runtime02:33
digupuse the method from the link you sent me02:36
digupwhat version are you using? 20.01 lts?02:36
xbfrog.o4 lts02:36
xbfrogconnecting to ppa launchpad.net02:40
xbfrogE: The repository 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/thomas.tsai/ubuntu-tuxboot/ubuntu focal Release' does not have a Release file.02:40
xbfrogN: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default02:41
xbfrogN: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details02:41
digupyour ubuntu-tuxboot source is causing the problem.. do you remember why you added that?02:42
xbfrognope dont remember adding it02:42
digupdid you try to clone/backup your system using clonezilla?02:43
digupfor now.. rather than deleting it.. let's disable it..02:43
digupsudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list02:43
digupand comment out the line that starts with http://ppa.launchpad.net/thomas..02:44
xbfrogok looking02:44
xbfrogthere is no line that starts with http://ppa.launchpad.net02:47
xbfrogwent down the list an back up02:47
digupcheck if that sort of file exist under /etc/apt/sources.list.d/02:47
digupif it does just delete it haha after making the backup under your home folder02:48
xbfrogdo i check it in nano or close this and check it in terminal?02:48
qualitycoderI am having an issue booting into my Ubuntu machine. It used to boot up just fine, but when I went to restart it today, it won't complete boot up. It gets to the motherboard logo, then the motherboard logo goes away, and then the black screen turns to a light grey screen, and stops there. I booted into a live cd and chrooted an uninstalled the last02:49
qualitycoderinstalled program (virt-manager). I tried rebooting, same thing. I booted back into the live cd and tried reinstalling grub, using several different methods, the last method was the boot-repair gui tool. Any help would be awesome.02:49
digupjust do $ ls /etc/apt/sources.list.d/02:50
digupthere should be couple of files.. if one exist with "thomas" just delete it02:50
digupyou know what to do.. after that update through terminal02:50
xbfrogtwo lines with thomas02:51
xbfroghow do i delet them?02:52
digupqualitycoder: are you using UEFI? did you install it under /boot/efi? did you generate grub.cfg after the installation of grub?02:52
digupxbfrog: sudo rm -r /etc/apt/sources/<the file name. be vert careful not to delete anything>02:53
digupxbfrog: sudo rm -r /etc/apt/sources.list.d/<the file name. be vert careful not to delete anything>02:53
digupsorry don't read the first line02:53
xbfrogok done02:55
digupnow run the update & upgrade02:55
qualitycoderdigup: I believe my BIOS uses UEFI, but not really sure. I generated grub.cfg on at least one of the methods (running update-grub). If the graphical tool (boot-repair) does it, than at least 2 of the methods. I do have a link for the pastebin from the graphical tool output, if that would help02:55
digupplease link the output02:56
xbfrogso, sudo apt update first?02:57
xbfrog'https://download.mono-project.com/repo/ubuntu stable-focal InRelease' doesn't support architecture 'i386'02:59
digupxbfrog: yes..02:59
digupxbfrog: holy-shit. are you under 32bit arch?02:59
xbfrogno 64bit02:59
diguppaste the output of 'lshw'03:01
diguprun lshw in your terminal and paste the output03:01
digupuse pastebin for that03:01
xbfrogWARNING: output may be incomplete or inaccurate, you should run this program as super-user03:02
xbfrognecessary or no?03:03
digupqualitycoder: hi.. it seems like you didn't install the bootloader in a seperate /boot/efi with EFI partition. Atleast that's what the error is saying.. it's not being able to detect ESP File System03:03
digupxbfrog. doesn't matter just run as root just to be sure03:03
qualitycoderI don't recall ever having an EFI partition. Not sure what it setup originally when I installed it awhile back.03:05
digupqualitycoder: You were suppose to create 500MB of seperate 'EFI Partition' and install the grub.03:05
digup$ grub-install --target=x86_64-efi --efi-directory=/boot/efi --bootloader-id=GRUB03:06
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digupbefore that step you need to mount /dev/sdX /boot/efi03:06
qualitycoderI've been running this machine for awhile. It might have done that itself originally, but I didn't03:07
Konqualitycoder: Open up gparted and look at your partition scheme. See if you have one or not.03:07
digupand final step would be grub-mkconfig -o /boot/grub/grub.cfg03:07
KonAlso check to see if you have a /boot/efi folder at all03:07
KonIt's possible that you have a Legacy BIOS install, even if your computer is UEFI03:07
KonAlso double check if you have grub-pc installed or grub-efi-amd6403:08
Kongrub-pc being for legacy installs03:09
qualitycoderfrom what I see from the Live CD there doesn't seem to be anything inside of the boot dir03:09
digupif you're in a live environment.. just enter the chroot-environent once your mount03:10
digupthe mount point is /mnt03:10
gnUserDoes ubuntu indeed use initrd and not initramds during boot?03:12
gnUserinitramfs *03:12
qualitycoderok, what all should I mount besides sdb503:12
digupxbfrog: can you type in 'unanme -m' in your terminal?03:13
digupqualitycoder: just your root dir would do. what's the output of 'lsblk -f'03:14
digupxbfrog: output?03:15
xbfrogunanme -m?03:16
xbfrogCommand 'urname' not found03:17
tieinvuname -m03:17
xbfrogcut and paste03:18
xbfrogthat was it, syntax03:18
digupxbfrog: $ sudo dpkg --add-architecture i38603:24
digup$ sudo apt update03:24
digupshould now fix your issue03:24
xbfrogok, good03:25
xbfrogso now re run the install of pinta?03:26
digupqualitycoder: there's so many drives, I'm confused. just analyze where your root mount point would be and then mount /dev/sdX /mnt03:26
digupxbfrog: yes. but did the update work?03:26
digupno errors?03:26
xbfrogoh lemme post03:26
qualitycoderdigup the mount point is on sdb503:27
digup$ mount /dev/sdb5 /mnt03:27
xbfrog24 packages can be upgraded. Run 'apt list --upgradable' to see them.03:27
digup$ chroot /mnt -s /bin/bash03:27
xbfrogN: Skipping acquire of configured file 'main/binary-i386/Packages' as repository 'https://download.mono-project.com/repo/ubuntu stable-focal InRelease' doesn't support architecture 'i386'03:27
digupqualitycoder: after you are chrooted.. create a folder /boot/efi then mount where you want your /boot/efi to be mounted. eg: /dev/sdX03:29
qualitycoderdigup it says chroot: failed to run command '-s': No such file or directory03:29
digupxbfrog: I believe the mono pkg is 32bit.. just remove it from source file or delete it from your /etc/apt/sources.list.d/03:30
digupqualitycoder: chroot /mnt03:30
qualitycoderah, bash is at /usr/bin/bah, should I -s that instead?03:31
diguptry :D03:31
qualitycoderok, "sudo chroot /mnt" without the -s worked03:32
digupfollow the steps03:32
digupcheck if /boot/efi exists. if not create one03:33
qualitycoderjust created one03:33
digupanalyze where /boot would have been mounted before. it would should be just 500MB in size03:34
qualitycodersdb1 is 649.5M, that's the only one around that size03:35
digupyeah that should be it..03:35
digupmount /dev/sdb1 /boot/efi03:35
qualitycoderexit chroot first, so I can access /dev/sdb1?03:36
diguphowever.. the /dev/sdb1 should be mounted to /boot/efi03:38
digupif you exit.. the /boot/efi should be then /mnt/boot/efi03:38
digupbut, double check03:38
qualitycoderok, efi now has stuff in it03:39
digupremember if you exit chroot.. /boot/efi(your live cd boot) /mnt/boot/efi(your newly created stuff)03:40
qualitycoderright, I mounted /dev/sbd1 to /mnt/boot/efi03:41
diguphere's a solution to your problem..03:41
diguplet us know the good news when you're done03:42
xbfrogi'm not sure where to to or what command to use. would you be kind enough to guide me?03:43
digupxbfrog: ?03:43
digupxbfrog: we need information. what's happening?03:44
xbfrogyou said mono seems to be 32 bit just remove the file from ....03:44
xbfrogright now i'm root@xBfrog:/etc/apt/sources.list.d#03:45
digupqualitycoder: what is the file system of /dev/sdb103:48
digupqualitycoder: just paste the output here.. $ lsblk -f /dev/sdb103:49
digupxbfrog: sorry.. just remove mono source file03:49
qualitycoderFSTYPE is ext403:50
xbfrogok how?03:50
qualitycoderI would copy paste, but IRC is on my laptop, having issues with Ubuntu on my desktop.03:50
gnUserWhy is only initrd present inside /boot and not initramfs on Ubuntu 20.04?03:51
digupqualitycoder: format your /dev/sdb1 from ext4 to vfat03:53
digupqualitycoder: mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/sdb103:53
digupafter that follow the forum link I sent you03:54
digupxbfrog: like you deleted thomas.tsai file03:55
digupxbfrog: find one with mono03:55
qualitycoderdo I run that mkfs command from outside the chroot? From inside I got a message that it contains a mounted filesystem03:55
xbfrogmono-official-stable.list is the only one03:56
digupxbfrog: delete it.. it's a 32 bit pkg and doesn't work with your arch03:56
digupqualitycoder: if you're in live env. it's safe to unmount03:57
himcesjfHi, how can I disable use of ethernet port when I use WiFi all the time? I see that on powertop, ethernet network interface is reporting high power consumption - https://usercontent.irccloud-cdn.com/file/yL5q85fm/Screenshot_20200917_092524.png03:58
xbfrogrm: cannot remove '/etc/apt/sources/mono-offical-stable.list': No such file or directory03:59
xbfrogbut i see it03:59
xbfrognot the right command?03:59
digupqualitycoder: to know where /dev/sdb1 is mounted.. just run '$ findmnt /dev/sdb1'03:59
digupxbfrog: see what's the name of the file.. just type in first three words and hit TAB it should autocomplete04:00
qualitycoderit's mounted on /media/ubuntu-budgie/[some uuid]04:00
qualitycoderit was mounted to /boot/efi but after unmounting it, it moved to there, but even after that, I still get the same "mounted filesystem" message04:03
xbfrogsudo rm -r /etc/apt/sources/mono at this point tab does nothing04:04
digupxbfrog: isn't it suppose to be /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mono..04:05
xbfrogah i think i got it04:05
xbfrogyep goti t04:06
xbfrogtook me a min to think what next :)04:06
xbfrogok...NOW run pinta? :)04:07
digupcan you now run pinta?04:10
xbfrogwill try now04:10
HallcyonDoes ubuntu load into ram when running from a live usb?04:10
digupHallcyon: no, unless you have a parameter setup in the grub script04:12
Hallcyontoram ?04:12
digupI think so04:13
Hallcyoncool, I will be using usb 1.1 so II think that would be a good idea04:13
xbfrogyeah, pinta opened04:14
digupdoes the font look alright?04:14
xbfrogtook it a minute04:14
digupwell then have fun04:14
xbfrogthank you :)04:15
diguphi qualitycoder, is everything alright?04:16
qualitycoderno, I'm still getting that mounted filesystem message even after running umount on it04:16
digup$ sudo umount /(wherever it's mounted)04:17
qualitycoderI just said, I already ran umount on it, and I'm still getting the mounted filesystem message when trying to run mkfs04:18
digupwithout unmounting you can't change the fs04:20
qualitycoderwhen I run findmnt, it now points to /media/ubuntu-budgie/[some uuid]04:21
digupcause now it's mounted to your live cd04:23
qualitycoderok, I think the mkfs worked. lsblk seems to be showing it as vfat04:25
digupnow follow the forum guide I sent you04:25
digupdon't just copy and paste before you mess up.. know what you're doing as you type the commands04:26
qualitycodersame exact output as last time04:28
qualitycoderI'm getting the same output as last time, but I'm going to reboot the desktop and see if anything has changed04:37
qualitycoderok, I am still getting a light grey screen, but it is showing an error now "error: can't find command 'fwsetup'04:39
brendantccik this is a bit off topic but I was about to ask if the 18.04-mini installer had an install location selector and then it popped up on my HP elitebook 2560p that I happen to be installing it on from netboot04:59
uJanMiHi, I'm trying to set a background image for grub. I've both used grub-customizer and also tried manually edit /etc/defaults/grub and then "update-grub" and also I've tried once to do "grub-mkconfig" ... but all these cases grub didn't dispaly image it seems it fail finding the image to display it (most probably). The image is in /usr/share/images/grub/sth.tga05:12
digupoutput of your grub.cfg?05:17
digup1) JPG/JPEG images must be 8-bit (256 color)05:18
digup2) Images should be non-indexed, RGB05:18
qualitycoderdigup thanks for your help earlier. I'm getting ready to give up and just reformat everything. I think I'm in an even worse place now than I was before, and it's getting really frustrating.05:24
qualitycoderdigup I hope that doesn't sound bad. I'm not blaming you for anything. I'm legitimately thanking you for your help. ( I read it after I hit enter, and it looks like I'm blaming you for it, so I thought I would send this second message, lol)05:26
chaitanya122hello all. while I am trying to install opencv by using "pip install flask opencv-python" it is showing the following error05:32
chaitanya122ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1:   command: /usr/bin/python /home/chaitanya/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py get_requires_for_build_wheel /tmp/tmpP3xFRo       cwd: /tmp/pip-install-3Tl9ZG/opencv-python  Complete output (22 lines):  Traceback (most recent call last):    File05:32
chaitanya122"/home/chaitanya/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py", line 280, in <module>      main()    File "/home/chaitanya/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py", line 263, in main      json_out['return_val'] = hook(**hook_input['kwargs'])    File05:32
chaitanya122"/home/chaitanya/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py", line 114, in get_requires_for_build_wheel      return hook(config_settings)    File "/tmp/pip-build-env-jlGecj/overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setuptools/build_meta.py", line 146, in get_requires_for_build_wheel      return05:32
chaitanya122self._get_build_requires(config_settings, requirements=['wheel'])    File "/tmp/pip-build-env-jlGecj/overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setuptools/build_meta.py", line 127, in _get_build_requires      self.run_setup()    File "/tmp/pip-build-env-jlGecj/overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setuptools/build_meta.py", line 243, in run_setup05:32
chaitanya122self).run_setup(setup_script=setup_script)    File "/tmp/pip-build-env-jlGecj/overlay/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setuptools/build_meta.py", line 142, in run_setup      exec(compile(code, __file__, 'exec'), locals())    File "setup.py", line 448, in <module>      main()    File "setup.py", line 99, in main      % {"ext":05:32
chaitanya122re.escape(sysconfig.get_config_var("EXT_SUFFIX"))}    File "/usr/lib/python2.7/re.py", line 210, in escape      s = list(pattern)  TypeError: 'NoneType' object is not iterable  ----------------------------------------ERROR: Command errored out with exit status 1: /usr/bin/python05:32
chaitanya122/home/chaitanya/.local/lib/python2.7/site-packages/pip/_vendor/pep517/_in_process.py get_requires_for_build_wheel /tmp/tmpP3xFRo Check the logs for full command output.05:33
Maikchaitanya122: please use https://paste.ubuntu.com/ for large outputs05:34
Maikchaitanya122: please don't PM, everything can be said here when it comes to support. :)05:43
diguphey qualityocder sorry but, my suggestion is to backup your files before re-installing05:46
digupalso to use a better guide to Install05:47
digupthe ubuntu has official wiki of Installation in x64 arch05:47
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.06:11
uJanMiHi, I'm trying to set a background image for grub. I've both used grub-customizer and also tried manually edit /etc/defaults/grub and then "update-grub" and also I've tried once to do "grub-mkconfig" ... but all these cases grub didn't dispaly image it seems it fail finding the image to display it (most probably). The image is in /usr/share/images/grub/sth.tga06:14
uJanMiHere is my grub.cfg:06:14
uJanMiFor the image, I use the images from grub2-splashimages which are tga format and as far as I know properly defined06:15
imapihi guys, could somebody point me to article how can I create my personal offline ubuntu mirror.06:43
imapitried apt-mirror - broken06:44
imapimirrorbuild also doesn't work06:44
neurei guess nobody reads the login messages on ubuntu06:59
neure"This message is shown once once a day."07:00
neureis that once.. or twice?-)07:00
ikoniawhat ?07:12
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FudgieAnyone have an issue where upon restarting Ubuntu their sound devices reset? Every reboot I have to change my default sound device from my headset to my speakers. I don't see any reason for it happening, they're USB headphones. What can I do about that?08:27
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HashI am trying to follow this08:39
HashInstall Microsoft .Net Framework 4.7 In Ubuntu 18.04/18.1008:39
HashI am on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS08:39
HashI have tried many different versions of .NET framework 4.x but I can't seem to get any of them insalled in Ubuntuy08:40
HashI've got wine, full mono-develop packages, etc.08:40
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chaitanya122hi. I'm getting this error in visual studio code. Please help me to fix it https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/RMTHN7BpGs/plain/09:42
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bdiddylink is asking me to create an acct11:12
bdiddyoh he left11:12
bdiddyubuntu one11:13
bdiddywtf is this11:13
BluesKajHi all12:05
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andypoenashola senor and senorita. anyone who need Tor bridge for personal use? free stuffs. tor bridge is good mix with GNUnet. Private message me if interest. free stuffs.14:21
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rapidwaveJust installed MySQL Server 8.0, but service isn't installed...cannot start server14:29
rapidwaveHow come the service wasn't created on installation?14:36
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rangergordwhat's the best remote tool for this scenario: a target computer controlled by a user sitting in front of it. I want multiple other people to be able to connect and see what's going on on that screen with as little pain as possible, however I don't want them to be able to control the input, or be able to crash the remote system. Just a low-priority read-only slave. I also dont want incoming connections to cause popups that14:43
rangergordwould visually annoy the primary user, they're only watchers, not participants.14:43
Hejkkiteam viewer?14:44
Hejkkiahm, it shows a message when connected14:44
rangergordTeamviewer routes through the internet, my experience with it was poor. Also by default it transfers audio unless the person CONNECTING chooses not to.14:44
Hejkkii think..?14:44
rangergordthis would all be on a LAN14:45
Hejkkiwhat was the thigie i tried a while ago... i forgot the name14:45
rangergordalso having multiple people connected to one system will surely trip their "suspected commercial usage" . I got it as a home user with just me connecting to my PC.14:46
rangergordthere's a bunch, I figured I'd ask for recomemndations here instead of trying them one by one and having to figure out the capabilities of each14:46
jpdsrangergord: For something as specialized as this - you're going to have to do some research and see what works best for you14:48
rangergordallright, guess there goes my day14:49
jpdsrangergord: You might even want to see if leveraging some video conferencing software with screensharing like Jitsi works14:57
jpdsThat's fully open-source + the screen sharing works on Linux desktops14:58
dTalI'm trying to work with ANSYS and all of its scripts 1) start with #!/bin/sh and 2) are full of bash-isms15:25
rapidwaveHow do I remove bad service from systemctl?15:25
dTalany ideas how I can make /bin/sh point to /bin/bash just for ANSYS without broking the rest of the system?15:26
leftyfbrapidwave: bad service?15:27
leftyfbdTal: huh?15:27
rapidwaveYes, systecmtl says t is bad15:27
leftyfbrapidwave: which service?15:27
leftyfbrapidwave: remove/purge mysql should remove the service15:28
leftyfbrapidwave: or look at your logs and fix the problem15:28
dTalleftyfb: I'm sorry I don't understand your question15:28
leftyfbdTal: that makes 2 of us. If you need to parse bash-isms, then you need to specify #!/bin/bash15:29
dTalYes, I know. Tell ANSYS15:29
leftyfbdTal: you'll need to contact ANSYS for support then. Pointing /bin/sh to /bin/bash is a terrible idea15:30
dTalApparently on Red Hat and stuff /bin/sh is /bin/bash15:30
dTalthere are about 16 thousand scripts in ANSYS15:30
dTalout of curiosity, what would break on Ubuntu is I did make that link permanently?15:31
rapidwavemysql cannot connect to /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock15:33
rapidwaveSays it doesn't exist15:34
leftyfbrapidwave: if you're looking to troubleshoot mysql, you might be better off asking in #ubuntu-server15:34
sine0hi folks, could I get some help, I have apt-get a program, its mega old and the software is one of these in dev ones where you need the latest15:40
sine0how can I best pull out the old one and then add the sources for the updated one15:40
jpdssine0: You can't15:41
jpdsUbuntu ships with a frozen archive for a release, it only gets major bug and security fixes15:42
sine0you mean I cant, in no way whatsoever, uninstall this software I have installed and then I cant install an updated version?15:43
jpdsOh, there are ways15:44
sine0yea i have done it before on linux installs, i know its "not the done thing" but like everyones doing it. like dope15:44
jpdsIt's just *ubuntu* isn't going to ship you an updated package for that software15:44
sine0how do i uninstall an apt-get package15:45
jpdsapt-get remove15:45
jpdsThe easiest option is to see if the upstream author provides ubuntu packages15:46
sine0they have given me link15:47
tryhard21my cronjobs won't run15:52
tryhard21i tried testing with `* * * * * /bin/echo "cron works" >> /tmp/file`15:52
tryhard21and it doesn't create the file15:52
tryhard21what should i do?15:52
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dTalbah no patience these days16:11
anarhistgreetings, i have a problem. i had the old computer, and things worked fine, i got another one after it broke down, and rather than reinstalling os i have simply taken out the harddrives and put them here. in the beginning everything worked fine, but in a few days i lost the ability to turn on the sound via hdmi, the mixer shows that it is "disconnected". i am on xubuntu 18.0416:22
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leftyfbhttps://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/3ZFSZ3x962/   I can't seem to find much about "Lost carrier" or "DHCP lease lost" as it pertains to wifi. Anyone seen this? We didn't see this with 16.04 but do on 18.04. I have ipv6 disabled. power management disabled. Using multiple wifi chipsets/drivers. This is on Ubuntu server using systemd and wpa_supplicant.16:44
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akemHey, Do you think this could work on Ubuntu: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000292492102.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.c5cd775cjIQ6Ge&algo_pvid=20613d80-8622-43b5-a166-e11938392c13&algo_expid=20613d80-8622-43b5-a166-e11938392c13-7&btsid=0bb0624016003623271835049e8321&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_,searchweb201603_17:08
akemHm one guy said it's not BLE 5 but 4.17:09
akemHCI 9.X17:10
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dustA start job for unit boot.mount has finished with a failure.18:44
dustThe job identifier is 68 and the job result is failed.18:44
ActionParsnipHave all file systems mounted OK?18:50
moonfmdesireHi, I have two mounted ntfs drives on my computer that are read only. How do I change it to read write and have my user name as owner?19:21
EriC^^moonfmdesire: sudo mount -o remount,rw /mountpoint19:23
EriC^^moonfmdesire: for the permissions you might need to chown the whole dir or remount while specifying the uid/guid19:25
moonfmdesiresudo: mount-o: command not found19:25
jljmoonfmdesire: needs a space in there19:26
jljmount -o19:26
moonfmdesireNow the drives are not mounted19:27
moonfmdesire: - (19:27
jljEriC^^: yeah doesn't ntfs write 777 by default?19:28
jljmoonfmdesire: did you get an error message?19:28
abyssangelhello everyone19:29
moonfmdesirelsblk shows the drives but thunar or whathaveyou does not19:30
jljH'm. I just went with the default options: /dev/sdd1 on /media/ext type fuseblk (rw,relatime,user_id=0,group_id=0,allow_other,blksize=4096) [TOSHIBA EXT]19:30
* jlj waves at abyssangel19:32
moonfmdesireSo reinstall Ubuntu to resolve this issue?19:33
jljYikes no!19:33
jljWait! :-)19:33
jljDoes blkid say it's ntfs?19:33
moonfmdesireno it does not19:34
moonfmdesirejlj, But,I installed and formatted the drives myself19:36
moonfmdesireI dualboot19:36
moonfmdesireMaybe that is causing the issue...?19:37
moonfmdesireIt's a pain to reinstall ubuntu19:37
jljI see. Still seems extreme. So they're clean filesystems?19:37
jljYes, I agree!19:37
moonfmdesirebut the drive permissions cannot be changed19:38
moonfmdesireI did all the chown chmoding and nothing, just read only19:38
jljI assume you've install ntfs-3g, yes?19:38
jljYeah, you won't be able to change anything until it's mounted rw.19:38
moonfmdesirewhat is ntfs 3q?19:39
moonfmdesirewhat is the install package?19:39
rfmmoonfmdesire, since it's a dual boot system you probably have windows "fast boot" enabled which basically turns shutdown into a suspend, and leaves the file systems dirty (uncommitted changes in the suspended os)19:40
moonfmdesirerfm, I do not have fastboot and do not enable that19:41
moonfmdesiremy boot time is about three minutes per os19:41
moonfmdesiremore or less19:41
jljAh. I've had problems with dual boot and fast boot. Didn't think of that.19:41
jljYes, ntfs-3g (g not q) is a package to install.19:42
moonfmdesireI already have ntfs-3g apparently19:42
moonfmdesireWhat a pain19:42
jljFigured. Even if you don't think it's dirty, might be worth running fsck.19:43
moonfmdesireI think it only does this for linux file systems19:44
moonfmdesireI can reboot and run Windows utilities19:44
moonfmdesireBut I think it will not change anything19:44
moonfmdesireSo basically there is nothing I can do19:44
moonfmdesireExcept work on the files from windows19:44
jljH'm, learning myself at the moment... What about ntfsfix?19:45
jljOr even ntfsinfo -m to start with...19:47
jlj-mv for verbose19:47
moonfmdesirejlj, So basically, you gave me commands that might even destroy my drives19:47
moonfmdesirejlj, Because you do not know yet19:48
jljSorry, should've said ntfsfix -n for no action.19:48
jljNeither of those should do anything out of the box. Just give you more info.19:49
moonfmdesireWell, I need to track someone down who knows how to change permissions on an ntfs drive19:50
moonfmdesireor work from Windows19:50
jljOK, well, I'm off. Good luck.19:51
moonfmdesireThat about sums up Buntu support.19:53
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echelonwhy isn't there a libgnutl30-dev package?21:10
echelonweird, i needed to install libgnutls28-dev21:12
mloza how can I set pip3 to be pip in focal without doing manual symlink?21:21
mlozafor python, i just install python3-is-python. Is there alternative for pip?21:22
raykeyou could set an alias21:38
raykee.g. alias pip=pip321:39
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