pavlosDavid--: do you have openvpn 2.4.7 ? does "sudo apt install -f" fix the dep?00:24
David--hey pavlos: i'm not sure which version is installed now00:24
David--i'll try that command, 1 second00:24
pavlosDavid--: openvpn --version00:24
pavlosyou're on focal?00:25
David--OpenVPN 2.4.900:25
David--that command didn't fix it00:25
David--not sure what focal is?00:25
pavlosubuntu 20.0400:25
David--18.04 if i remember00:25
David--Linux version 4.15.0-117-generic (buildd@lcy01-amd64-008) (gcc version 7.5.0 (Ubuntu 7.5.0-3ubuntu1~18.04)) #118-Ubuntu SMP Fri Sep 4 20:02:41 UTC 202000:26
David--VERSION="18.04.5 LTS (Bionic Beaver)"00:26
pavloslsb_release -a00:26
David--Description: Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS00:27
pavlosif you remove openvpn and try to re-install ... sudo apt remove openvpn; sudo apt install openvpn00:27
David--i have a feeling i might have installed a respository that it's pulling it from that might not be compatible00:28
David--tried that and it fails00:28
David--same error each time00:28
pavloscan you comment out that repo? /etc/apt/sources.list.d/badrepo00:28
pavlosbadrepo would appear as repo.list, comment out the deb lines, then do sudo apt update to get your system to a clean state00:29
David--so these are the repos in that directory: download_docker_com_linux_ubuntu.list google-cloud-sdk.list openvpn-aptrepo.list00:29
David--i have a feeling the openvpn one needs to go?00:29
David--so how do i remove it please?00:30
David--just delete it?00:30
pavlosyou mean the openvpn-aptrepo?00:30
David--is it safe to just delete that file?00:30
pavlosyou could just del it or open it with an editor and comment out the deb lines00:31
David--i'll comment it out, probably safer00:31
pavlosor move it to openvpn-aptrepo.orig00:32
David--7 packages can be upgraded. Run 'apt list --upgradable' to see them.00:32
David--thats after apt-get update00:32
David--running an upgrade00:32
pavloswhen done, sudo apt install --reinstall openvpn00:33
David--will that get the latest version?00:33
David--or 2.4.7 ?00:34
pavlosyou should get what the latest is for 18.0400:34
pavlosI have 20.04 and 2.4.700:34
David--hmm still having issues during the upgrade00:34
pavlossudo apt install -f should fix issues00:35
David--no still the same00:35
pavlosrm openvpn pkg, then do update. is is clean?00:35
David--root@plexguide /etc/apt/sources.list.d # rm openvpn pkg00:36
David--rm: cannot remove 'openvpn': No such file or directory00:36
David--rm: cannot remove 'pkg': No such file or directory00:36
pavlossorry, the actual command is sudo apt remove openvpn00:37
David--still the same error pal00:37
David--if i can get it removed i should be okay00:37
David--apt-get update is clean now00:37
pavlossudo dpkg --configure -a00:37
David--apt-get upgrade is giving the error with the one package00:38
David--root@plexguide /etc/apt/sources.list.d # sudo dpkg --configure -a00:38
David--Setting up openvpn (2.4.9-bionic0) ...00:38
David--* Restarting virtual private network daemon. [ OK ]00:38
David--/var/lib/dpkg/info/openvpn.postinst: 63: /var/lib/dpkg/info/openvpn.postinst: file: not found00:38
David--dpkg: error processing package openvpn (--configure):00:38
David--installed openvpn package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 100:38
David--Errors were encountered while processing:00:38
pavlosdo you have synaptic? that has an option to fix broken packages00:39
David--yeah i installed it but no idea how to use it00:39
pavlosalso, does paste many lines b/c the bot will silence you00:39
pavlosdont paste00:40
David--yeah my bad will still to pastebin00:40
pavlossudo dpkg purge openvpn00:41
David--dpkg: error: need an action option00:42
David--gives a load of options00:42
pavlosdpkg --list openvpn would have a pi as the first 2 chars00:42
rfmdpkg has a different option structure than apt00:42
David--iF openvpn 2.4.9-bionic0 amd64 virtual private network daemon00:42
David--so it's listed this00:42
David--how do i remove it then please?00:43
rfmI think "dpkg --force-remove-reinstreq -O openvpn" is what we want to try00:43
pavlosand "dpkg --purge openvpn" does not purge it?00:43
pavlosDavid--: follow rfm suggestion00:44
rfmarg no "dpkg --force-remove-reinstreq -P openvpn" is what we want to try00:44
David--doesn't work00:44
David--same error when trying that00:44
rfmwhich error?00:44
David--the original one, i'll pastebin it, sec00:45
David--well and truely screwed it aint i?00:46
pavlossystemctl stop openvpn00:46
David--try again?00:47
pavlosmeaning, apt update is clean?00:47
David--yes apt-get update produces no errors00:48
David--apt-get upgrade does though00:48
pavlosgood ... now, install it, apt install openvpn00:48
pavlosso another repo is still messing things00:49
David--same error when trying to install it00:49
David--i've deleted that repo instead of commenting it out now00:50
pavlosok, paste the output of 'apt update' to see it is clean and which repos it touches00:51
David--pavlos: https://pastebin.com/ztH1x42L00:52
pavlosthat look ok and I do not see that openvpn repo00:53
David--so is there a way to remove it manually perhalps?00:53
pavlosdoes dpkg --list openvpn show it?00:53
David--shows: pF openvpn 2.4.9-bionic0 amd64 virtual private network daemon00:54
pavlosapt autoremove; apt autoclean00:55
David--same error pal00:55
pavloswe are trying to manually remove but it wont play, I search for solution00:56
David--thank you pavlos, I appreciate your help. It's way beyond my expertease00:57
pavlospls go to /var/lib/dpkg/info00:58
David--im there?00:58
pavlosthere is a file, openvpn.postinst00:58
pavlosedit that file and comment out the first line "set -e"00:59
David--okay done01:00
pavlosnow, apt update01:00
pavlosapt remove openvpn01:00
pavlosis it clean?01:00
David--apt-get update works and clean01:00
pavlosapt upgrade01:01
David--error removing01:01
David--error when upgrading: /var/lib/dpkg/info/openvpn.postinst: 63: /var/lib/dpkg/info/openvpn.postinst: file: not found01:02
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pavloscomment out the "set -e" in the openvpn.prerm dir as we did before01:02
David--done and trying again01:03
David--okay getting somewhere i think01:04
David--apt-get update was clean01:04
pavlosand upgrade?01:04
David--those are the other commands i've run01:04
pavlosit says openvpn not installed. So, dpkg --list openvpn should be null01:05
pavlosit just kept docker-ce back01:05
David--un openvpn <none> <none> (no description available)01:06
pavlosso try to install it, apt install openvpn01:06
David--i did rm -f /etc/openvpn first though because i got an error when trying to remove it saying that directory wasn't empty so couldn't remove it01:06
pavlosthen dpkg --list openvpn should list it01:06
David--no error installing it01:07
David--and: ii openvpn 2.4.4-2ubuntu1.3 amd64 virtual private network daemon01:07
David--i'll try updating and upgrading again01:07
pavlosnote, ii implies installed01:07
David--looking good my friend :) just holding docker back01:08
David--how do i update that?01:08
pavlosoh, you need someone lese for docker, no idea. rfm can you help?01:08
David--that's fine, i'll leave it, it's not important... thank you so much for your help01:09
pavlosto sum up, openvpn is installed, update, upgrade are clean (docker-ce is kept back)01:09
David--i'll go read a guide how to configure it now and start it on boot properly01:09
David--yeah, thank you so much, i really appreciate it01:09
pavlosif you type, openvpn --version it should give you 2.4.401:09
David--yes it does :D01:10
rfmpavlos, David-- last time I tried to do anything with docker I ended up purging all the dpkg versions and installing the snaps, before giving up on it completely (not that it didn't work, it just seemed like too much trouble)01:10
David--rfm, no worries... it's working so i'll leave it... thanks for the advice01:10
David--thanks guys01:11
pavlosyou could try, apt install docker-ce and I hope it will fix it01:14
pavlosthere is also, "apt --with-new-pkgs upgrade" that should upgrade docker-ce01:18
David--pavlos: First command did the trick02:05
David--thank you again02:05
x033ggneed help got conky working and i love it, but i cannot seem to get it to display only on the desktop it keesp showing conky over firefox , irc, any IDE i have running im using XFCE402:43
bn_workhi, is there a separate channel for ufw?  If not, anyone know if `sudo ufw app update foo` is broken?  ex:  edited SSH profile's port but doing `update` (and even `reload`) doesn't seem to update :/03:07
Bashing-om!info ufw03:12
ubottuufw (source: ufw): program for managing a Netfilter firewall. In component main, is standard. Version 0.36-6 (focal), package size 143 kB, installed size 826 kB03:12
Bashing-ombn_work: ^ What release and the version of ufw installed ?03:13
bn_workBashing-om: ufw v0.3503:14
Bashing-om!info ufw bionic03:14
ubottuufw (source: ufw): program for managing a Netfilter firewall. In component main, is standard. Version 0.36-0ubuntu0.18.04.1 (bionic), package size 142 kB, installed size 823 kB03:14
oerhekshttps://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/xenial/en/man8/ufw.8.html <> https://manpages.ubuntu.com/manpages/bionic/en/man8/ufw.8.html03:18
oerheksstill the same03:18
bn_workI don't see much info in the docs about profiles, does it work for y'all?03:21
bn_workor does anyone even use it?03:41
Bashing-ombn_work: ufw has it use cases - what is your case ?03:43
bn_workneed an "uncomplicated firewall"? :)03:44
bn_workthe profile feature seemed handy so I thought I'd use it, but if it's broken then I'll probably have to add the rule manually for now03:45
bn_workif anyone else was seeing this, I was going to open up a bug report, as there currently seems to be none03:56
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Justin1707Is there an upgrade path for 18.04.x to 20.04.x LTS yet?05:41
Justin1707I ran sudo do-release-upgrade but got told no go.05:42
lotuspsychjeJustin1707: it will probably open this week, due a recently fixed bug05:43
lotuspsychjeJustin1707: keep an eye on the status page, https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/focal-fossa-20-04-1-lts-point-release-status-tracking/1760405:44
lotuspsychjeand bug #189168005:44
ubottubug 1891680 in grub2 (Ubuntu Bionic) "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] https://launchpad.net/bugs/189168005:44
Justin1707Thanks lotuspsychje05:50
Justin1707Is there a general page where it's announced that LTS versions will get upgrades?05:50
Justin1707But great to see that blocker bugs are being worked on now instead of after breakage :)05:51
guivercJustin1707, FYI: officially nothing is written except it occurs AFTER 20.04.1's release, but decision is made when stability is most guaranteed.  If it's not open yet, it's safe to bet there is a reason (the site listed lists main/blocker bugs, not other smaller issues that enter the final decision on turning on the 'taps'05:58
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SomeDamnBodyhow do I connect to a channel that requires a ssl connection?06:05
SomeDamnBodyIn xchat?06:05
arktvrvsgo to network list and edit your server to use ssl06:06
sanrootWhy the heck is there no proper way to disable snapd auto-refresh06:06
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guivercsanroot, as I understand it, many app developers want to ensure their users have the latest fixes and thus version of the software06:08
Justin1707guiverc: Thanks for the info. Is there a way to setup so that I can get an email when an LTS release is ready (either from my server or from Canonical)?06:16
independentGone https://gitlab.com/ind3p3nd3nt06:18
guivercthere are lots of mechanisms to get emails for ISOs being released; but the taps for upgrade aren't officially announced as it allows them to decide yes.. but have a staggered rollout (reducing hit load on Canonical servers & mirrors feeding upgraded packages)06:18
guivercJustin1707, ^06:18
guiverc(by ISOs I mean normal releases, including such as 20.04, 20.04.1, even daily [test] images etc)06:20
AnySomebodyHi, a friend of mine recently set up a new Ubuntu installation... the live system was running fine but after the installation she gets something like "ACPI BIOS Error (bug): Could not resolve symbol." and Ubuntu does not boot... it is a fairly new HP ProBook 445 G7... any ideas?06:43
Justin1707Likely a corrupted install by my guess if it's saying couldn't resolve symbol.06:45
AnySomebodyDoesn't sound reasonable to me, it is obvious about ACPI?06:46
AnySomebodyI guess the actual problem is a faulty ACPI implementation in the BIOS... but what to do now?06:47
arktvrvscould not resolve symbol usually  means a file is missing06:48
arktvrvshence, corrupt install06:48
AnySomebodyAnd what does "ACPI BIOS Error" usually mean?06:48
AnySomebodyAlso something with the install?06:49
arktvrvsit probably means the program that was supposed to interact with the acpi bios is missing a file06:49
AnySomebodyOk, why did such a corrupt install happen?06:49
arktvrvsthats anyones guess06:50
arktvrvsMAYBE theres a bios option for legacy option rom? dont know if that would make a differnece or not06:50
junkrat234You could check the hash sum to make sure the install file is not corrupted. http://releases.ubuntu.com/06:50
AnySomebodyOk, I guess I'll suggest first to try with acpi=off or acpi=strict as boot parameters...06:54
sanrootWhy there is no sane way to disable snapd auto-refresh06:57
arktvrvsbecause theyre trying to take away your control over your own system06:57
sanrootIs there any alternative to snap to get latest packages06:59
sanrootUnfortunately flatpak download speed is slow07:02
jellyAnySomebody, you could try to tell Linux to introduce itself as some other OS to the ACPI firmware using acpi_osi= kernel boot parameter07:05
jellysometimes ACPI shows different tables / different functionality to different OSes07:05
AnySomebodyacpi_osi=windows or what?07:06
ThinkT510sanroot: slow is better than nothing. maybe there is a faster mirror you could use?07:08
AnySomebodyOr acpi_osi="Windows 10", jelly?07:10
jellyAnySomebody, https://forum.manjaro.org/t/how-to-choose-the-proper-acpi-kernel-argument/140507:12
jellyso acpi_os="Windows 2017.2" matches Windows 10 1709 release07:12
jellybut they also wrote acpi_os="Windows 2017" worked but acpi_os="Windows 2017.2" did not07:13
jellyso who knows07:13
jellyI'd try acpi_osi="Windows 2017" first07:14
jelly(mind the typos)07:14
AnySomebodyThanks :)07:14
kill-animalsdoes anyone have a fresh ubuntu install where they can ls your /bin/ contents? Or even better, get the /bin/ of a busybox terminal? I want to see the bare minimum commands included in bin07:28
AnySomebodyAny idea why the live system ran just fine but the installation doesn't? Is ACPI not activated on the live system?07:28
Maikkill-animals why not do it yourself from a live session or isn't that a option07:31
kill-animalsMaik: I don't feel like restarting, and finding a way to copy that info.07:32
kill-animalsnot to mention I have a complicated setup that makes live cd's very painful to use.07:32
MaikUSB stick?07:32
MaikAnySomebody maybe check your bios if it's set to acpi07:33
kill-animals... I'm not going to do that. Maybe I can just look in an iso07:34
MaikThen not, your problem if you don't want to07:34
MaikVM is another option07:35
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Lutinis envsubstr nog default in 20.04 anymore ?09:05
lotuspsychjeindependent: not here please09:08
kill-animalsmind if I ask a commandline question in here?09:09
lotuspsychjekill-animals: if its related to ubuntu sure, otherwise try ##linux or #bash09:09
kill-animalsi'm IN kubuntu, lol, maybe bash would be better though09:09
lotuspsychje!info envsubstr focal09:10
ubottuPackage envsubstr does not exist in focal09:10
lotuspsychjeLutin: wrong packagename Lutin ?09:10
Lutin!info envsubst09:11
ubottuPackage envsubst does not exist in focal09:11
Lutinmhh weird09:11
Lutinlotuspsychje in 18.04 envsubstr is there and not in 20.0409:12
lotuspsychje!info envsubstr bionic09:12
ubottuPackage envsubstr does not exist in bionic09:12
EriC^^!find envsubstr09:18
ubottuFound: W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W:, W: (and 11646 others) http://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=envsubstr&searchon=names&suite=focal&section=all09:18
macopythonI am trying to try logrotate configuration. The problem is it os not compressing rotated logs even if compress option is specified. https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/2phjbyhZqC/09:19
vincenzomlHi, I need to debug my audio settings; I have an expensive sound card from m-audio and hear clicks. Suspects are among others, the sample rate and resampling algorithm to pulseaudio. I tried to change them in .config/pulse/daemon.conf but am unsure if it works. How to be sure? I tried e.g. setting sample rate at 8000 but the audio quality is still exceptional. I restarted pulseaudio.09:51
vincenzomlWill ask in #pulseaudio10:00
independentGone https://gitlab.com/ind3p3nd3nt10:15
lotuspsychjeindependent: please dont post random url's in here please10:21
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Donavan01 is there any difference hardware wise what is supported by server vs desktop ... didnt know if it was like windows where the desktop version is crippled in some way10:30
LutinDonavan01 eh ?10:33
EriC^^Donavan01: no i think it's the same10:34
Donavan01lutin sorry inst 6:30 in the morning here I cant promise what I'm saying is making sense at this point10:34
Donavan01one other question.... if I want to set up a file server that has a web access feature simple but effective whats my best option for doing that in ubuntu10:36
omegapointhey, i'm trying to set up a few ubuntu servers automatically using preseed. my current problem is that netcfg/disable_dhcp and the other options to set static IPs for an interface will not work due to netplan. If i don't specify any other options, the installer will write an /etc/network/interfaces file even though the system uses netplan and if i set d-i netcfg/do_not_use_netplan boolean true the system will not write to10:45
omegapoint the interfaces file, claiming that the system is configured to use netplan. This seems wrong, am i misunderstanding something?10:45
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omegapointhere's my preseed network config (which doesn't seem to work) https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/XptGFqRdJt/10:47
Donavan01probably not the issue but is irt working at all.... are you getting some of them to work and other dont or do none of them pull it correctly10:54
AtahualpaHi! So, for the almost 2 month I tried to upgrade from 18lts to 20lts, but for some reason I can't. Anyone here that can help me?10:55
EriC^^Atahualpa: what happens when you try?10:56
Atahualpanothing, basically10:56
omegapointDonavan01: well no configs are created at all in the config above, it just uses DHCP (which also works in principal because cobbler's DHCP server is still there, but i need to explicitly set static IPs)10:56
EriC^^Atahualpa: try 'sudo apt-get update && sudo do-release-upgrade'10:57
AtahualpaI followed this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FocalUpgrades/Kubuntu.10:58
AtahualpaAlready did that10:58
Donavan01I was just wondering if it was working of the first but not the rest could have been an issue what the range and the count but honesty never done anything with that and was just guessing aree you gettiny errors back or is it just not grabbing the right address from the right place when it does the install10:59
Donavan01aree there any+11:02
mihaelI'm running Ubuntu 18.04, how do I install the 'traceroute' package?11:02
Donavan01sorry keyboard batteries died ... are there any logs11:03
Donavan01mihael ... is it not installed by default?11:03
Donavan01sudo apt-get install traceroute11:04
EriC^^Atahualpa: can you paste what happens when you try?11:06
EriC^^also which ubuntu version are you on? try cat /etc/issue11:06
AtahualpaEriC^^: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/CYpbDzRnRN/11:06
Donavan01does ubuntu have a magic restore like you can do in windows... I make a system restore disk and it will reimage the system as configured while not touching the data ... does such a beast exist without third party software11:07
Atahualpafrom 18.04.5 lts to 20.x.x lts11:07
EriC^^ah i think there is a bug regarding that that's holding it back11:07
EriC^^once they fix that bug it should allow you to upgrade11:07
EriC^^Donavan01: no, maybe look into fs wizardry and snapshots and whatnot11:08
AtahualpaI looked into /var/log/dist-upgrade//apt.log and noticed that apt reported broken packages or held back packages. However, when I checked in Muon Package Manager I didn't find any broken packages or anything else.11:08
EriC^^Atahualpa: try sudo apt-get -f install11:09
AtahualpaRunning the following commands returned nothing: sudo apt-get --fix-broken install sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get install -f sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get update sudo rm /var/lib/apt/lists/* -vf sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get clean sudo apt-get autoclean sudo apt-get autoremove sudo dpkg --configure -a sudo apt-get update11:09
AtahualpaAlready did it11:09
Donavan01EriC^ .... Think doing virtual machines through QEMU assuming it does snapshots like other VMs would do the trick ?11:10
EriC^^Atahualpa: yup there's a bug11:12
EriC^^Donavan01: yeah that should do it, if you dont have a problem using a vm that would be perfect11:13
AtahualpaWhat I did was to find what broken packages I have on my machine. The result is here: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/x2zvH4fpxZ/ but I doubt that I have so many broken packages and my machine is functioning well.11:13
EriC^^Atahualpa: how did you get that list?11:14
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EriC^^Atahualpa: nah the upgrade to 20.04.1 still has an issue apparently, they're working on fixing it i guess, im not sure why the delay but if you really want to upgrade right now, you could see what the bug is exactly and if it's no big deal for you i think sudo do-release-upgrade -d   should get you to 20.04.1 or maybe try this workaround11:16
EriC^^"Workaround: setting Prompt=normal in /etc/update-manager/release-upgrades and re-running the do-release-upgrade command starts the upgrade process."11:16
Donavan01I was trying do decided if I wanted to run VM in the first place and run dual server on the same hardware incase something went stupid with the config or something I would have a fail over ... I have way more hardware than I need for what im doing ive got a 2 servers running  Dual Xeons hex core /w HT and 144GBs of ram and all im doing with it is a simple web page and a file server that might get a total of 20gbs written and 100gbs read daily ... if11:16
Atahualpausing this: grep Broken /var/log/dist-upgrade/20200917-1015/apt.log |cut -d":" -f1|cut -d" " -f2 > /home/user>brokenfiles.txt11:17
AtahualpaAlready tried that.11:18
Atahualpa*typo error: /home/username>brokenfiles.txt ->/home/username/brokenfiles.txt11:20
AtahualpaI think I'll wait to see if they the find a solution to this bug. If not, I'll consider a fresh install.11:22
Donavan01ive never had much luck with the be jump upgrades like the LTS version they would always have something screwed up because of some dependancy or something like that I most times just bit the bullet and reinstalled11:28
AtahualpaDonavan01: for me it is first time when I encountered such an issue. never had any issues when upgrading an lts version.11:31
Donavan01ive been at it since they were sending ubuntu out on CDs for free everywhere ... .but never totally switched over because professionally most places I work use windows but im trying to start my one business offering file storage for legal clients that need certain things done to there data and papers signed and junk cerify things so I hope it has gotten better than it was in many years back11:34
catphishi'm trying to install "init-system-helpers" 1.56 from bionic-backports, but despite having "bionic-backports main restricted universe multiverse" in my sources, this doesn't seem to be found, any idea what i might be missing?11:44
oerheksdid you ran sudo apt update, to get fresh lists?11:44
oerhekshhhm, it should be there https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/init-system-helpers11:45
catphishoerheks: this is what i've got - https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/MdyTgm5tpb/11:46
catphishthis is a clean installation from virt-install, i haven't made any changes11:46
catphishthe specific problem i'm having is that i'm trying to install "bird2" (also from bionic-backports), which fails with: bird2 : PreDepends: init-system-helpers (>= 1.56~) but 1.51 is to be installed11:47
catphishso i wonder if something is causing this package to be masked?11:48
oerhekswhy installing? it is installed already, no?11:48
oerheks!info init-system-helpers bionic11:48
ubottuinit-system-helpers (source: init-system-helpers): helper tools for all init systems. In component main, is required. Version 1.51 (bionic), package size 36 kB, installed size 129 kB11:48
oerhekson my bionic it is..11:48
catphishi'm trying to upgrade it to 1.56, which is a dependency of bird211:48
oerheksand your log seems to say the same11:48
oerhekstry a proper 'sudo apt full-upgrade'11:49
catphish0 to upgrade, 0 to newly install, 0 to remove and 0 not to upgrade.11:49
oerheksoh, i see, backported version is 1.56....11:51
catphishi could install the deb manually and see if that throws any errors, but seems like this shouldn't be necessary11:52
oerheksno clue here, catphish11:56
catphishoerheks: thanks anyway, i just installed it manually and it seems happy and now sees it: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/VJnZ7cN73f/11:56
shailangsaanybody know why the repo init command is giving permission denied when following the steps from http://whereisdarran.com/2019/07/how-to-build-twrp-for-the-tb-8504x-f/ , the error can be seen here https://pastebin.com/7MycejfM ?12:14
lotuspsychje!crosspost | shailangsa12:28
ubottushailangsa: Please don't ask the same question in multiple Ubuntu channels at the same time. Many helpers are in more than one channel and it's not fair to them or the other people seeking support.12:28
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BluesKajHi all12:57
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mindofmateoIs there a way to detect a scheduled/pending shutdown?  My research so far only suggests `pgrep shutdown` and if there is a process matching, then a shutdown is pending.  If I try that though, nothing shows up.13:21
tmktCan't seem to find the answer anywhere..but shouldn't do-release-upgrade upgrade me to focal from bionic? since Focal is LTS.13:35
frankie64Running Ubuntu 20.04 - wondering if anyone knows how to wait for network to be ready.  Have an app that looks at the NIC and its failing because it starts in 190ms, but the network is taking 5000 ms to be ready.  Is there a way to tell the OS to not boot until the network is ready?13:36
tmktah - nm  https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/focal-fossa-20-04-1-lts-point-release-status-tracking/1760413:38
mindofmateofrankie64  this is only a stopgap measure, but you could add a line in your crontab: @reboot sleep XX; /path/to/app &13:50
mindofmateowhere XX is a delay in seconds13:51
cipherizemindofmateo: What's the objective here?13:51
mindofmateocipherize I would like to add a block in my status bar that will activate/highlight if a shutdown has been queued13:52
cipherizeHow would that crontab entry help you?13:53
cipherizefrankie64: What are you trying to do? Start something when the system boots?13:53
mindofmateocipherize oh are you asking "what's the objective here" re: my response to frankie64 or about my original question?  if you're asking about the crontab line, I was suggesting he run the application as a cronjob led by a `sleep` delay to wait for the network connection to be established.  Not an elaborate solution, but I thought it would be quick13:59
mindofmateoand simple to implement for the time being.13:59
cipherizeJust write a systemd unit that depends on network-online.14:01
cipherizeYou can even use a pre-exec step to introduce a wait.14:01
cipherizeYou get the advantage of better service dependency handling, proper service control, logging of output, and so forth.14:03
cipherizesystemd-networkd-wait-online.service or NetworkManager-wait-online.service, depending on which you're using.14:05
cipherize(desktop or server sort of thing)14:05
shailangsaanybody know how to select all the text in the terminal window in ubuntu 20.04 so it can be copied?14:19
Southern_Gentlemhighlight with mouse control shift c to copy control-shift v to paste14:20
j`eyis there a way to see what was updated on the last update?14:47
j`eyin the last `apt update`, that is14:47
Habbiej`ey, update or upgrade?14:48
j`eyupgrade sorry14:48
Habbiej`ey, try /var/log/dpkg.log14:48
Habbieoh, also /var/log/apt/ has content here14:49
Habbieoh the apt/ logs report actions per command, nice14:49
echoSMILEHi. Is there any way to install node.js version 11 ?15:35
echoSMILE^ with ubuntu 20.04.115:37
shailangsaanybody know how i can view the .repo directory in Files as i can only see it when opening it via disk usage analyser https://prnt.sc/ul86sm ?15:44
ioriaechoSMILE, not from the ubuntu repos (as you know 11 it's now unsupported)15:44
echoSMILEioria: sure15:44
ioriaechoSMILE, ok; https://www.techiediaries.com/ubuntu/install-nodejs-npm-on-ubuntu-20-04/15:44
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MaikechoSMILE: what wrong with the version supported in 20.04?15:45
Maikadding PPA's and installing packages from outside the repo's isn't really a good thing and not supported here afaik. :)15:47
gildartsIt is two versions behind the current LTS for node. Just depends on how important the version is to you.15:47
Maikif people want newer version they should go to a rolling release distro15:48
echoSMILEMaik: project compatibility, I will try 12.x as "Focal" doesn't support 11.x15:49
gildartsechoSMILE: You can also install node from the NodeSource as a snap to keep everything more isolated.15:50
echoSMILEgildarts: tks. let me check15:52
gildartsMaik: Yeah, and not arguing that people should make a routine out of installing unsupported versions, just saying there are reasons why one might want/need to at times.15:56
abyssangelhello everyone15:57
echoSMILEgildarts: snap worked. ty15:58
gildartsechoSMILE: No problem.15:58
rneeselooks like a broken pkg /usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/Onboard/LayoutLoaderSVG.py:447: SyntaxWarning: 'str' object is not callable; perhaps you missed a comma?15:59
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WulfHello. Where can I get the gpg pubkey 0xECCA302C9A2BC4F364C816595BE3D300564AC918 from that is used on ubuntu-security-announce?16:37
oerhekssudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys <PUBKEY>  .. but you need the 8 digit hex key, not this long one16:42
leftyfboerheks: I'm able to add the key using the above hex16:42
oerheksOh ? thanks, i could not find the source of that key anyway16:43
oerheksWulf, ^^16:43
leftyfbgpg: key 3E2A0A87A1767193: public key "Maria Emilia Torino <emilia.torino@canonical.com>" imported16:43
Wulfoerheks: thanks.16:43
oerheks!icecream | leftyfb16:44
Wulfoh, it doesn't have any other signatures.16:46
random163Hello does anyone know how I can delete my network logs under "journalctl -f -u NetworkManager". I really want to start over on the logs on there and keep close tabs from here on out. Also I realize the time stamps and it would still be easy to keep tabs from now on but its bugging me that it wont allow me to delete it. Have to learn to scratch16:57
random163this itch @_@16:57
oerheksthere is no networkmanager log, it is stored in syslog?17:00
random163i checked /var/log/syslog17:00
random163that wont allow me to edit it in root for some reason. Using gedit17:00
random163trying to figure out where NetworkManager is pulling these logs from17:01
oerheksfrom syslog, i think.17:02
oerheksone could force all logs to logrotate, so you could delete old .log files > logrotate -f /etc/logrotate.conf17:02
random163the file type comes up as Binary (application/octet-stream17:03
oerheksyes, not human readable17:03
random163Trying to find specifically where it is.17:04
hggdhno this is the systemd logs (usually saved under /var/log/journal. I do not know a way to *remove* entries from the log17:05
jeremy31random163: you could watch the log in real time with> tail -f /var/log/syslog17:06
oerhekshggdh, that is why i suggest force logrotate, and delete the old17:07
hggdhoerheks: ack17:10
random163I can watch it in real time no problem. But i want to edit it in gedit but its not allowing me. I just want to view it in a gedit lol17:10
random163being hard headed17:10
oerhekssomeone should write a tool for that, random16317:11
lotuspsychjerandom163: what was the reason you wanted to cleanup logs?17:11
hggdhsystemd journal files are binary. Yu should not edit them. The tool used to see the journal files is journalctl17:11
speederI am trying to install glade-gtk2 I even find it on the website and list of packages, but apt-get claims it doesn't exist.17:12
speederhow I figure that one out?17:12
EriC^^!info glade-gtk217:12
ubottuPackage glade-gtk2 does not exist in focal17:12
EriC^^speeder: apt speaketh the truth!17:12
speederso how I am supposed to install it?17:13
lotuspsychje!info glade | speeder17:13
ubottuspeeder: glade (source: glade): GTK+ User Interface Builder. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.22.2-1 (focal), package size 187 kB, installed size 1510 kB17:13
EriC^^speeder: try sudo apt-get install glade17:13
speederthis is glade for gtk317:13
speederI need for gtk217:13
lotuspsychjewasnt gtk2 dropped on 20.04?17:14
oerheksglade-gtk2 is long gone, as of 16.0417:15
speederso I will have to stick with Windows? :(17:15
lotuspsychjespeeder: there are 2 glade snaps, but probably not the version you are after17:16
speederwhat is the other version?17:16
EriC^^snap search glade17:16
oerheksspeeder, not sure why you need it, what apps relies on it, seach for a newer version of that app?17:17
speederoerheks, glade-gtk2 is a development tool17:18
speedercurrently I am using it on windows17:18
speederto make an application that runs on ubuntu17:18
speederit would be much easier if I could develop on ubuntu too17:18
oerheksSo development for gtk2 only?17:18
speederthe application is made using php-gtk2, the gtk3 binding for php was never finished17:19
EriC^^why though, why not use gtk3?17:19
speederbecause php-gtk3 doesn't work.17:20
speederthe devs got tired of gtk3 changing all the time17:20
speederand went back to gtk217:20
random1Sorry got disconnected17:20
speedersomething like that.17:21
random1lotuspsychje My real reason is because I want to keep tabs on my logs.  I initialled wanted to clear it all and then keep close tabs on it. I know there is an easier route but when i found out it wouldnt let me then i had to figure out why. Now my real reason is because it wont let me and i refuse to accept that lol17:22
oerheksright, people worry more about gtk 4 now .. https://ubuntu-mate.community/t/horrible-gtk3-gnome-ui-design-is-leaking-into-ubuntu-mate-applications-in-20-04/22028/217:22
oerheksdropping all "X11-centric concepts."17:22
EriC^^speeder: maybe use one of these? http://ftp.gnome.org/pub/GNOME/sources/glade/17:22
oerheksglade does gtk3 only, afaik?17:23
lotuspsychjerandom1: bleachbit would erase logs, but then new logs are produced right away ofc, and as hggdh said, journal logs shouldnt be edited17:23
random1there a few ways i can erase it all. But i want to know why i cant open it myself. There has to be a way to access /var/log/syslog in gedit or something similar17:24
random1For purely hard headed reasons i want to look at it in a editor and be able to type or erase whatever i want.17:25
oerheksrandom1, not syslog, it is not human readable17:25
oerheksand edible17:26
speederis it possible to isntall an old package on a new system?17:26
speederhttps://ubuntu.pkgs.org/14.04/ubuntu-universe-amd64/glade-gtk2_3.8.0-0ubuntu6_amd64.deb.html <<< this is what I wanted to install17:26
random1I cant accept "not human readable". There has to be a way17:26
lotuspsychjerandom1: there are some handy log tools that color up things for you, like colortail17:26
EriC^^speeder: anything's possible17:26
speederer.... so how I install old package?17:26
random1Thank you speeder Thats the spirit! lol17:27
lotuspsychje!info glade-gtk2 xenial17:27
ubottuPackage glade-gtk2 does not exist in xenial17:27
EriC^^speeder: try dpkg -I /path/to/deb and see how the dependencies look17:27
speederhow I even download the package?17:28
hggdhrandom1: what exactily happens when you try to edit /var/log/syslog? What is the *exact* error messsage?17:28
EriC^^speeder: archive.ubuntu.com17:28
random1https://pastebin.com/Lv0iRqA5 hggdh17:28
speederah, got it, thanks17:29
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lotuspsychjerandom1: you better need to edit files with nautilus ctrl +l then admin:/// then edit your file17:31
oerheksgood luck!17:31
hggdhrandom1: there is this: https://askubuntu.com/questions/883195/cannot-open-gedit-using-sudo-in-ubuntu-1617:32
hggdhrandom1: also, why are you running 'sudo' if you are already root?17:32
random1I will try lotuspsychje17:32
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random1Am i missing something? lotuspsychje . I went into naut. at log file and went into shell in that folder and it still wont allow me to edit it17:36
random1same error17:36
lotuspsychjerandom1: wich ubuntu version are you on?17:36
cipherizeThe idea of editing log files makes me scream internally.17:36
random1And why is that cipherize17:37
random1im thinking gedit cant handle it for some reason. edit command works. hmmm..17:37
cipherizeLog files should be a coherent and complete record of events on the system. Editing it destroys that concept. If any engineer that works for me ever did that, I'd terminate them.17:38
random1My initial reason was to just clear all my logs and start keeping close tabs on them. I know i can delete it another route but now I am curious why i cant just edit it and delete it manually character by character. Its more of a WHY NOT situation now cipherize17:38
cipherizerandom1: This is a Jurassic Park "could" vs "should" question.17:39
lotuspsychje+1 cipherize17:39
cipherizerandom1: It doesn't matter why you can't. You SHOULDN'T.17:39
hggdhplease let us focus on the issue at had17:39
random1I guess im the only one to not chop it up as impossible lol. When something is "impossible" i scream internally17:39
cipherizeI'm not saying its impossible at all. I'm saying that that's the wrong question. You shouldn't.17:40
random1I get that. I agree 120% but its not about that anymore. Now its about why cant i do it? What is stopping me in the system.17:40
lotuspsychjerandom1: i was able to edit syslog from admin:/// on 20.04 here17:41
hggdhrandom1: yes, you can edit /var/log/syslog if you so want. I have given you a link on a possible issue with gedit. If you can edit with with a different editor (than gedit) then this is a gedit issue17:41
random1yeah since edit does it then thats good. Gedit wont allow it because its too big. Makes sense!17:41
random1I just couldnt let the system tell me no and give up lol. Its just one of those things.17:42
random1knowledge is power17:42
random1thank you lotuspsychje17:42
random1thank you hggdh17:42
random1such a simple solution. i should have known this. guess this is what happens when your on 3 hours of sleep lol.17:43
random1Also anyone curious on editing the file if its too big the "split" command works beautifully17:58
lotuspsychjerandom1: feel free to share in #ubuntu-discuss17:58
random1yeah yeah..17:59
GabrielPHi, need help trying to check my SSD. It takes about 10 minute to BIOS to detect it. I'm running lubuntu from usb now and it dos not show /dev/sdX but it shows many /dev/zram0-15 devices18:02
GabrielPany ideas? thank you!18:02
leftyfbGabrielP: you want #hardware. Your issue is unrelated to Ubuntu18:05
GabrielP@leftyfb, thanks!18:07
tomreynGabrielP: double hash:  ##hardware18:10
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lakituhey - i'm trying to get Cubic (custom '.ISO maker) working on 20.04.1 - the 'net on it seems fine, but when i try to run snap (after installing snap with apt), it has some kind of networking error. Cubic chroots into the .ISO. any ideas to get snap to be able to install stuff via Cubic on 20.04.1?18:14
tomreyncubic isn't part of ubuntu, and as such, not supported here. but they may have their own support channels, have a look on their website.18:16
oerhekscubic does not (yet) support snaps https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/ubuntu-cubic-install-snap-applications-from-chroot-in-customized-iso-fails/13541/618:16
oerheksany packages are 'untrusted' and some flags need to be set18:17
oerheksany snap packages*18:17
lakituah. damn18:17
lakituboth rule. they just need to rule together.18:17
oerhekscubic is working on it, afaik18:17
lakitunot 'game over' for me - just needed/wanted a few snap installs18:18
oerheksfor now, make a bash file with desired snaps, post-install ?18:18
lakitui'll think about it18:18
lakitu'saved me some time, then i guess. thanks18:19
oerhekshave fun!18:20
lakituheh. 🤠18:22
lakituwhat am i thinking of: is it shellcheck? handy shell utility?18:25
lakituvalidator/formatter, the like18:26
lakituis this something better by now?18:26
lakitumaybe i should ask in #BASH18:26
lotuspsychjelakitu: discuss software for ubuntu, in #ubuntu-discuss if you like18:32
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speederso what makes some apps just disappear from alt-tab ?18:47
mullerjonesa directory im creating using mkdir isnt showing up in the finder or when i use ls, but if i try to create it again mkdir tells me it already exists, does anyone know what might be going on?19:06
tomreyndoes its name start with a dot?19:07
tomreynby "finder", do you mean GNOME Files (previously known as "Nautilus")?19:07
mullerjonesyes, sorry19:08
mullerjonesit doesnt19:08
mullerjonesi just called it test to see if it was working as i thought it was19:08
tomreynwhich file system is this? which kernel version, which ubuntu release?19:08
mullerjonesbut i think i just figured out what was going on, i think im using it wrong and the directory is being created somewhere else19:09
mullerjonessorry for leaving, something went wrong and i had to restart19:16
tomreynunfortunately, right after you 'figured out what was going on'.19:18
mullerjonesoh damn19:18
mullerjoneswell, i think its creating the directory but at the wrong spot19:19
mullerjonesi dont know exactly why but it isnt creating it at the folder the shell is running, its creating it at the most base directory next to root and bin etc (i dont know the name for that directory)19:19
oerheks'print working directory' or the command PWD shows your current position19:23
tomreynmullerjones: ^19:24
mullerjonesjust tried, its really weird19:24
tomreynalso, show all the commands you run and what output they produce19:24
tomreynon a pastebin19:25
mullerjoneshang on19:25
tomreynalso <tomreyn> which file system is this? which kernel version, which ubuntu release?19:25
mullerjonesits Ubuntu 18.04.519:25
mullerjoneshow do i check kernel version and file system?19:25
tomreyncat /proc/version19:26
tomreyncat /proc/mounts19:26
mullerjonesLinux version 5.4.0-47-generic (buildd@lgw01-amd64-038) (gcc version 7.5.0 (Ubuntu 7.5.0-3ubuntu1~18.04))19:26
mullerjonesmounts gives me a huge output19:27
tomreynbecause you have a large number of mounted filesystems. without knowing the commands you run and their outputs, we can't limit the 'mount' output to what's relevant, yet19:28
mullerjonesoh, makes sense19:28
mullerjoneswhats the best way to show the full output? can i host a screenshot somewhere and post a link?19:29
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.19:29
tomreyntext is preferred where possible, but for this case either hsould work19:29
oerheksmkdir /test # does that in '/ ' = root19:31
oerheksmkdir test  # would do what you want19:31
oerheks( in current folder)19:32
mullerjoneswow yeah that was it19:32
mullerjonesthanks a lot19:32
oerhekshave fun!19:32
mullerjonesfeel kinda stupid now but i guess thats a sign im learning19:32
mullerjonesthank you very much! good to know putting the / first makes it a folder in root19:33
epistaxHeya! Is it no longer possible to upgrade out of 19.04 (disco)? This somehow seems to keep happening to me.19:34
ubottuUbuntu 19.04 (Disco Dingo) was the 30th release of Ubuntu, support ended January 2020. see !eol and https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-security-announce/2020-January/005263.html19:34
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/EOLUpgrades19:34
epistaxThanks. I definitely will try to not to a fresh install. I lose too much. :-/19:35
tomreynepistax: disco apt archives have moved to old-releases.ubuntu.com, make sure you install any pending updates from there bfore you start the upgrade process.19:37
tomreynepistax: also, if you'd 'loose too much' by doing a fresh installation, i very much recommend you consider some kind of descriptive language for OS / configuration deployment.19:39
tomreynbecause earlier or later you will want to reinstall.19:39
epistaxYep, it's churning through the old updates now. Thanks :)19:41
epistaxNot exactly ubuntu, but similar: A year or so ago I updated on my laptop and the disk encryption backend changed. When it came back up, it didn't. Luckily I was able to find a way to rescue it but that was scary.19:44
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epistaxdo-release-upgrade is trying to leapfrog from disco to focal. It knows that's not allowed and quits. I'm following the instructions on https://tips.graphica.com.au/upgrading-from-retired-ubuntu-releases/ to work around and get an upgrade to eoan in between but it's not letting me. :-/  It just keeps writing the meta-release file back20:00
tomreyni think you're beyond when do-release-upgrade was supported on this release20:02
tomreynhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades (link copied from above) explains how to edit sources.list to enable you to upgrade 'manually' AKA 'the debian way'20:03
epistaxRight, I can follow those steps until do-release-upgrade chokes,20:04
epistaxAh well, if I have to nuke and start over I'll at least map my partitions and make sure those don't get messed up20:12
promisUbuntu 20.04. I just recived an update for i386 versions of packages which I don't have installed. Why updating packages I do not have installed? Currently only libc6-i386 is installed. Updates are regarding X11 security updates. Is this normal?20:13
epistaxmaybe if I grab the LTS then put the system on the shelf for 3 years I won't be in this mess when I try to update it again20:15
oerheksyou might see some dependencies as update?  https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/focal/i386/libc6/2.31-0ubuntu9.120:17
oerhekspromis ^^20:17
tomreynepistax: if that's your use case, then you should certainly prefer LTS releases over 9 month support span releases20:17
epistaxIt is. This is my home-base box I use for file dumps, media hosting, repos, etc.20:18
epistaxIf I install ubuntu alongside my previous (one of the upgrade options), is there a clear path to remove the old installation later?21:03
epistaxAnd the first option for removing the old ubuntu and installing the new one states: "This will delete all your Ubuntu 19.04 programs, documents, photos, music, and any other files.".  Really? First, I put /home on it's own partition to avoid this. Second, "documents, photos, and music" are not Ubuntu 19.04 files.21:07
tomreynepistax: i think if you do custom partitioning you should be able to get around this21:15
tomreynbut certainly it's always good to have backups, and you do, right?21:15
epistaxBackups for drive failures and such, not intended for malicious installers21:16
random1Hello I am trying to use "Cheese" and another similar program and it says my webcam is not detected. Updated everything so not sure whats going on . Heres a list of my hardware https://pastebin.com/iu6ff94321:22
epistaxI think I got it with the custom install option.. I'll nuke / and and /boot but /home should be okay.21:22
random1Also I have a laptop Elitebook HP21:23
oerheksrandom1, your webcam is not even listed there21:26
random1Yeah. So drivers are missing then. Not sure what to do next21:27
oerhekswhat HP elitebook exactly?21:27
random1how can i grab model # from terminal ?21:28
random1everything on this laptop has been scratched off and spray painted over21:28
oerheksbottom of the laptop , or: sudo dmidecode | less21:29
oerheksproduct name21:29
random1Product Name: HP EliteBook 8460p21:31
random1thank you for your guidance oerheks21:31
random1Would that work ?21:34
oerhekshmm, this report gives product: HP HD Webcam [Fixed]  vendor: Chicony Electronics Co., Ltd.   configuration: driver=uvcvideo21:35
oerheksarch wiki claims it should work https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/HP_EliteBook_8460p21:37
random1dont see anything =/21:38
random1That was the link he had. Trying to do that update to see if it will work.21:40
oerheksat the end of the report, above "Question information"21:41
oerheks     configuration: driver=uvcvideo maxpower=500mA speed=480Mbit/s21:42
oerheksi do have one in my acer too, not supported in any way :-( crystal hd21:42
random1doing this update. i will be back after reboot21:43
TheSHAD0W`Howdy.  Can someone please tell me if a particular patch has been backported to 20.04?  840c90fce6c78bc6b2c4cb9e836d70985ed3206621:45
oerheksTheSHAD0W`, launchpad might tell, what is that number?21:46
random1Unfortunately it did not work :(21:48
random1Tried 'Cheese' and 'Kamoso'21:48
TheSHAD0W`That's a 5.5 kernel patch.21:48
TheSHAD0W`As per http://cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v5.x/ChangeLog-5.521:48
TheSHAD0W`I was stupid and decided to buy an 8K TV.21:49
random1Any other ideas anyone ?21:50
random1also I do not have a arch linux i have debian ubuntu21:52
TheSHAD0W`Gotta go, thanks.21:53
random1ah i guess it dont work.21:54
random1it is what it is -_-21:54
oerheksoh, lots of reading to do, then  https://kernel.ubuntu.com/~kernel-ppa/mainline/ .. not sure in what 5.5 version21:54
epistaxAfter the installation, I boot to a grub prompt. Re-doing the installation.22:29
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epistaxOkay I fixed it. I used the live-cd aspect of the disk to boot and read the grub config from the efi partition. For whatever reason the fs uuid didn't match ANY on the disk. I set it correctly and now it boots fine.22:58
zNairyhey there23:00
zNairyhow i can use it?23:01
=== werekitten is now known as misha

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