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Sia-hi, printing pdf or any page via kubuntu to shared printer is to small, but the same shared printer via win, mac and ubuntu is standard. any idea why kde or qt tools doing this any fix?08:36
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @Sia-, You mean printed page size is small?08:43
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> If so you have to set default page size say letter, then portrait or landscape mode and finally the page margin before firing print command.08:45
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Before doing above, try to configure the shared printer in settings menu. Install drivers from manufacturer, if available.08:47
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tomreynSia-: there should be a "resize to fit page" or "shrink to page" (which also does the reverse) option in the printers' settings, i think09:37
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IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Hello, my name is Gjergji10:24
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I have an wifi connection issue10:24
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Can someone help?10:24
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I can connect to wifi but does not resolve10:26
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I can browse the internet10:26
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Other devices connect and get internet service10:27
viewer|78Hi I have some GPU Problems here:10:57
tomreynhi kokushta / Gjergji. if you can provide more details, such as which kubuntu version you're using (run this in a terminal: lsb_release -ds ), which wireless chipset you have there (run this in a terminal: lspci -knn | grep -EA3 '(Network|Ethernet) controller'  )  and what's being logged about it (run this in the terminal after trying to connect to the wireless access point: journalctl -eb   ), this can help.10:57
viewer|78what is the cause of this and how do I fix it? :D10:58
tomreynviewer|78: do you happen to have a custom X configuration, e.g. in /etc/X11/xorg.conf* ?11:00
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @kokushta, Can u share what error message you get?11:01
viewer|78one moment I will reboot and check11:01
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Maybe your browser is blocked by firewall you installed...11:02
tomreynviewer|78: no need to reboot for this11:02
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Just a moment11:02
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> My laptop is MacBook early 200811:03
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I have installed Kubuntu 20.0411:03
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> @tomreyn, Do I need to connect to ethernet?11:07
viewer|78_rebootUploaded file: https://uploads.kiwiirc.com/files/90beb2b200533deecf0044179f1f7e8a/image.png11:07
viewer|78_rebooti do not have that file11:07
tomreynkokushta: to do what?11:07
tomreynviewer|78_reboot: does   apt list xserver-xorg-video-intel     show that you have this package installed?11:08
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> (Photo, 1280x720) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/rsns3Xpo/file_37070.jpg11:09
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I can ping11:09
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> But it seems it does not resolve domains11:10
tomreynkokushta: what'S the command you ran to ping?11:10
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> @tomreyn, ping
tomreynkokushta: and     ping one.one.one.one      would report an error (which?)?11:11
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> ping www.yahoo.com and share the results here.11:11
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Also ping your broadband router and share your result here.11:12
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Ok11:13
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> You should know the IP of your broadband router to ping it.11:13
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Yes, if I ping
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> (Photo, 1280x720) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/3YaS8XH0/file_37071.jpg11:14
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> IP address ping just fine11:14
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Domain names no!11:14
tomreynthis wireless connection is pretty bad, though11:14
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I agree11:15
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> There is some problem with DNS service.11:15
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> @sammy_v, This is what I thought11:16
tomreynsome packets transfer quickly, others need a magnitude of 200 longer.11:16
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Reset your network adapter.11:17
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Restart your modem.11:17
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Then check if browser has access to Internet if firewall or antivirus is installed.11:18
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> How do you reset network adapter11:18
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Go to device manager then select network adapter. Uninstall it. Refresh the device list or restart pc if asked. Then again set your connection.11:19
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Using device manager or network settings.11:20
tomreynsammy_v: this is not windows11:20
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Yeah here use network settings11:21
tomreyni'm not very familiar with kubuntu GUIs but i bet you also cannot "uninstall network adapter" from there.11:22
viewer|78_rebootUploaded file: https://uploads.kiwiirc.com/files/497b4c4a2485a733fb4c0a9e28c6fed4/image.png11:22
tomreynviewer|78_reboot: uninstall it, reboot, see whether the artifacts are gone11:22
* tomreyn bbl11:24
viewer|78_rebootill reboot now11:25
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> https://askubuntu.com/questions/1200051/should-i-remove-old-wifi-adapter-driver11:25
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Try uinstalling and reinstalling the network driver.11:26
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> From a windows machine if I ping the router I get an avg 5ms11:27
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Or try a better solution by installing a network manager. Then use network manager to troubleshoot.11:28
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> https://snapcraft.io/install/network-manager/kubuntu11:28
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> This looks to be the best solution.. install network manager.11:29
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Then troubleshoot.11:29
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Ok11:29
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I'll get back to you11:29
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Ok11:29
viewer|78_doubleI think it fixed the gpu artifacts11:29
viewer|78_doubleUploaded file: https://uploads.kiwiirc.com/files/db1abd18b38abd1c973212d26d781544/thank-you2.gif11:31
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IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Guys I tried loading Puppy Linux (live usb) - connection works fine, internet also, ping is fast11:45
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I will try to reinstall Kubuntu 20.0411:46
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> and I will get back to you11:46
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Did you install network manager?11:53
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Do it. Then it will be easy for you to troubleshoot.11:53
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> No need to reinstall.11:54
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Kubuntu11:54
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> @sammy_v, I am using ethernet connection to install network manager12:22
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> But I get different options12:22
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Can you connect with other network to install network manager?12:23
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> (Photo, 1280x720) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/NGywjZ0K/file_37079.jpg12:23
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Use your mobile network to install network manager.12:23
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Create mobile hotspot.12:23
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Your desktop can access wifi. Good.12:24
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Follow this for installation https://snapcraft.io/install/network-manager/kubuntu12:25
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> This will install default network manager for kde desktop.12:26
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Use the terminal commands as given in link.12:26
BluesKajHi all12:30
IrcsomeBot<mx_tom> (Photo, 518x114) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/g2pG0gy0/file_37080.jpg That shoul be the one you want, but installing it from terminal would probably be the safest choice12:33
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @mx_tom, Yes it will install the default network manager from main repository.13:06
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> @sammy_v, I installed it. How do you run network manager?13:09
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> By the way, Hotspot works fine13:10
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Search for network manager in installed applications. Use start menu to find it among the applications installed.13:11
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Or type network manager in konsole13:13
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> It will start the network manager app13:13
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Type name of app and press enter in console.13:14
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> It starts the app.13:14
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> This is getting weird13:18
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> The app does not show13:18
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Also the router wifi said does not show up13:18
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Running in konsole13:19
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> network-manager13:19
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Command not found13:19
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Ok13:22
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Got to figure out what is causing such problems13:22
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> I need a break13:22
IrcsomeBot<kokushta> Thank you guys for the help13:22
IrcsomeBot<mx_tom> I think you just cannot start it like that from the command line13:23
IrcsomeBot<mx_tom> If you are using plasma you should be using network-manager with the internet applet in your systemtray13:24
BluesKaj or in the terminal: sudo systemctl start NetworkManage13:28
isomarigreetings, how do I upgrade from 19.10 to 20.04? the usual method complains with "Your Ubuntu release is not supported anymore"14:07
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/EOLUpgrades14:08
user|84317I have a problem, kubuntu won't start again14:30
user|84317I think it's because I add a script to the startup program and this one isn't working14:30
user|84317Someone have any adea of what I can do?14:31
tomreynyou could try to undo what you did that broke it.14:31
user|84317But I can't launch kubuntu, I only habe the grub and windows14:32
BluesKajuser|84317, what happens if try one of the kubuntu options on grub ? can you get to VT/TTY with ctl+alt +F2-F6 keys  , login then open the script file with nano and remove the offending line(s)14:35
user|84317Do you mean with Linux generic recovery mode?14:36
user|84317I'm sorry I started Linux last month I still learn it and don't know everything aha14:37
BluesKajwell then you shouldn't be adding scripts if you don't know much about them14:38
user|84317That was an easy one for OneDrive14:38
BluesKajnot easy if it doesn't work14:39
user|84317That's true14:39
user|84317Now I boot it without graphic and I logged14:40
user|84317Can you help me with command please?14:40
tomreynfind the tutorial you followed to set it up, and post it here14:40
tomreynif you can't, name the files you edited, or approximately what you edited14:41
user|84317That was working but I couldn't do the last step the same14:42
user|84317Because I can only add a program or a script14:43
user|84317So I created a text file who I writted my command14:43
tomreynuser|84317: so when you boot normally, where does it get stuck?14:45
tomreyndo you get to the graphical login prompt?14:46
user|84317It write kubuntu and then black screen14:46
user|84317If I press the power button kubuntu again and then shutdown14:47
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @mx_tom, It works. Type app name and press enter. App is started.14:47
tomreynhmm that's probably not related to your onedrive changes14:47
user|84317But I added a startup script14:47
user|84317And thinks it's that14:48
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @isomari, You have to edit repository to point to version 20.0414:48
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> In your pc14:48
tomreynuser|84317: the article you referred to add a startup application, which only runs after you logged in. but from what i understand you're not even getting to the login prompt14:49
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> Update manager14:49
tomreynuser|84317: did you add the "startup script" in a different way?14:49
user|84317Yes because the interface wasn't the same14:50
user|84317I create a file and write my command in it14:50
tomreyndo you remember which file you created?14:50
user|84317I name it OneDrive14:51
user|84317In my document it was a .txt if I remember14:51
tomreyncreating a file "Onedrive.txt" somewhere in your users' home directory, would not cause the login prompt not to show.14:52
user|84317But now I logged in the recovery mode and I can only do command14:52
tomreynif you're still on the recovery, and in the root shell, type "history" to see the latest commands you run as the root user.14:52
tomreynyou can aalso login to your normal user with   sudo -i -u USERNAME14:53
tomreynreplace USERNAME by your actual username14:53
tomreynwhen you did this, you can run    history    there to see the last commands you ran on a terminal.14:54
user|84317Yes I saw them14:54
tomreynthis may enable to understand how to set things up for this script14:54
user|84317But it's just install the one drive stuff, atom,git,..14:54
user|84317Because I did it with the graphic desktop14:55
tomreynlet's tackle this from a different angle: do you usually need to login after starting the computer, or does it log you in automatically, so it fully boots to desktop without you typing any credentials?14:55
user|84317No I need to login with password14:56
tomreynokay, so some change (probably) you made to the overall syste, not just your user account, has introduced this problem.14:56
tomreynit could be this script, if you installed it incoreectly, e.g. somewhere below /etc14:57
tomreynbut all you told so far only sounded like you edited files and settings in your user account and in its home directory /home/USERNAME14:57
tomreynbut this doesn't add up, yet.14:57
ubottuTo get a more verbose log of the boot process, remove "quiet" and "splash" from the kernel boot parameters and add "debug systemd.log_level=info". For info on editing kernel boot parameters, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/KernelBootParameters14:58
tomreynif you can get this ^ done, you *may* be able to get a better understanding of why the system fails to boot to the graphical login prompt14:58
tomreynalternatively, if it's a fresh install, and you have backups, you could just reinstall14:59
user|84317I found my file in the prompt14:59
user|84317Should I try to delete it?14:59
tomreynwhere is it?15:00
tomreynwhat's the full path to the file?15:00
user|84317That's is15:01
tomreynyou can move or rename the file somewhere else, to confirm for yourself that this isn't the problem15:01
tomreyncd documents15:02
tomreynmv currentname newname    # renames a file "currentname" to "newname"15:02
tomreyncd does change into the given directory15:02
user|84317Yes I'm okay with the cd15:03
user|84317I rename it15:03
user|84317Restart now?15:03
tomreynyou can try, i claim it will have no effect.15:03
nealeHi, Im trying to setup a shared folder using Vmware 15.5 in Win 10 and kubuntu 20.04 as the client. I've enabled shared folders and added a testshare folder in vmware but can't see it in kubuntu. Any ideas?15:05
user|84317Didn't work..15:05
user|84317I tried to reinstall kubuntu with my USB But I can only try or full reinstall it15:06
tomreynuser|84317: you can try to give the other option i listed above a try, the bootlog15:06
user|84317I saw on Internet we can reinstall without loosing any data15:06
tomreyni think reinstalling without loosing /home is only possible if /home is on a separate partition. but i'm not sure about this.15:07
tomreynmaybe diogenes_ knows :)15:07
BluesKajtomreyn, one can reinstall to / if /home is on a separate partition, I did it several times before UEFI came along tho.15:09
tomreynneale: i don't knwo how vmware does shared folders. chances are it uses windows network shares. you'd need samba installed on ubuntu to access these shares then.15:09
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tomreynBluesKaj: that's ONLY if /home is on a separate partition, right?15:10
tomreynchances are that's not the case for user|8431715:10
BluesKajprobly not15:10
diogenes_theoretically it could be done this way, from a live ISO, before installing, remove everything from the disk except /home then install the system BUT without formatting the partition, just mount and install.15:11
nealeHow can I check if I have samba installed?15:12
diogenes_and it would be recommended to rename /home to home.old because i'm not sure if the installer does mkdir /home or mkdir -p /home.15:12
BluesKajwon't the installer overwrite /home, diogenes_?15:12
diogenes_BluesKaj, that's why i suggested to rename it :)15:12
BluesKajok diogenes_I was typing when you posted the rename suggestion :-)15:13
user|84317I have a $vt_handoff after quiet splash it is normal?15:15
tomreynanother option could be to use gparted or gnome disks or what kbuntu provides for graphical partition management, to shrink the filesystem and partiton of the old installation as much as possible, then start the installer and install to the unpartitoned space, mounting the old partition at /old or something, so as to ensure it wont get overwritten.15:16
tomreyn(then, after installation succeeded, copy files from /old/home/USERNAME to /home/USERNAME/15:16
tomreynuser|84317: yes thats normal, you can keep it there15:17
tomreynneale: apt list samba     will either say "[installed]" or not15:17
user|84317So I writte before or after it?15:17
tomreynshould not matter15:19
user|84317I added a space and ctrlX but did nothing15:21
user|84317Dark window15:21
user|84317Then kubuntu and now dark windows again15:22
tomreyndid you type the extra stuff, too, though?15:22
tomreynif you just pressed space and didn't type any other commands then no change is expected15:23
nealeshows samba is installed with apt list samba command15:23
tomreynneale: okay, that's all i could think of. if it doesn't show in the network area of your graphical file browser then i'm out of ideas.15:24
isomariI followed all the steps from "https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades" to upgrade from 19.10 to 20.04 but I'm still getting "Your Ubuntu release is not supported anymore. Please install all available updates for your release before upgrading"15:24
nealeOk thanks for you help I'll do a bit more digging.15:25
tomreynisomari: then you didn't follow all the steps, you're still trying to carry out the upgrade using do-release-upgrade15:25
tomreynhmm actually i see    sudo do-release-upgrade    is listed as the final step15:26
tomreynsorry, wasn't aware of this15:26
user|84317To get a more verbose log of the boot process, remove "quiet" and "splash" from the kernel boot parameters and add "debug systemd.log_level=info". For info on editing kernel boot parameters, see15:27
tomreynisomari: so your aptr sources now point to focal?15:27
user|84317I writte that15:27
tomreyn* apt sources15:27
tomreynuser|84317: the whole line?15:28
isomaritomreyn: no. after all the  steps they still point to eoan. Should I manually change them?15:28
user|84317Yes : debugsystemd.log_level=info15:28
tomreynuser|84317: that's missing a space15:29
tomreynisomari: manually changing apt sources is a step of the how.to you said you follwed all steps of15:29
user|84317Arff I wasn't  sure about that15:29
user|84317And delete quiet splash but not hands-off?15:30
tomreynisomari: actually it's not, sorry, i'm wrong again.15:31
tomreynisomari: i believe there was another guide on this page which someone must have removed15:31
tomreynhmm, last edited 2018-05-3015:32
user|84317So it said secure boot was enable but still dark windows?15:32
isomaritomreyn: I was worried becasue I didn't see that. But should I manually edit sources.list?15:33
tomreynisomari: sorry, looks like i'm just mistaken. so if upgrading with do-release-upgrade does not work, you will need to manually edit your apt sources to point to your desired target release. that is, replace all occurrences of "eaon" by "focal"15:33
tomreynisomari: but only do this AFTER the following:15:34
isomariok. done. What about the files in sources.list.d folder?15:34
isomaritomreyn: ^^^^15:34
tomreynisomari: make sure you have eoan on the latest updates first. to do so, point its apt sources to the "old-releases.ubuntu.com" server instead.15:34
tomreynisomari: and then install all pending updates (still poiting to eoan)15:35
isomariI have a clean updated eoan now.15:35
tomreynisomari: once you did this, use ppa-purge to remove any third party repositories and software installed from there.15:35
user|84317I don't know what I should do now15:36
tomreynisomari: once you did this, install and run apt-fork-tracer and ensure you have purged any packages that are not part of eoan15:36
tomreynisomari: with all of this done, you should be safe to change sources.list to point to archive.ubuntu.com and focal, and then do     sudo apt-get update    sudo apt-get upgrade    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade15:37
isomariok. I got it. Thanks alot15:37
tomreynisomari: only then can you try to re-confugure your PPAs and reinstall the sofftware from there15:37
tomreynuser|84317: hmm was there any more text on screen?15:38
tomreynuser|84317: maybe you can take a screen shot of where it gets stuck, and post it?15:38
user|84317No, nothing more on the screen15:38
tomreynso you just have an empty screen with a blinking cursor on top ?15:39
user|84317No, no cursor15:40
tomreynuser|84317: so what happens exactly when you boot with "debug systemd.log_level=info" set, in order of occurence?15:44
tomreynoh well15:44
user|84317That's only a graphic problem then no?15:48
tomreynit may be15:49
tomreyn<tomreyn> user|84317: so what happens exactly when you boot with "debug systemd.log_level=info" set, in order of occurence?15:49
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tomreynyou can try booting with    nomodeset    or    dis_ucode_ldr    instead15:49
user|84317Instead of quite splash?15:51
user|84317Efi stub:Uefi secure boot is enabled15:53
user|84317And that's it, nothing else15:53
tomreynuser|84317: yes, instead of "quiet splash"15:54
tomreynmaybe just try disabling secure boot15:54
tomreynuser|84317: you'd set that in your bios15:55
tomreynnot all computers support it, though15:56
tomreynthe very most do, however15:56
user|84317Don't find it in the boot option16:01
user|84317That mean nobody knows aha? :(16:12
user|84317C'est possible que la luminosité de l'écran soit au minimum ?16:17
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Oui?16:23
krytarikAlready left.. again.16:23
user|84317Bon merci pour votre aide je vais réinstaller ducoup16:24
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IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> @user|84317, Use display setting to adjust brightness.18:29
IrcsomeBot<sammy_v> You can switch on night light feature to give comfort to eyes at night.18:30

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