JakethepythonFixed, this machine has a duel boot the other O/S never reliquished the drive correclty00:01
eqwHow to upgrade from 20.04 to 20.04.1 ?00:14
leftyfbeqw: just do your normal updates00:14
eqw0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.00:16
lapidarywhy would it not be do-release-upgrade?00:18
leftyfbthat is to upgrade to a new release of ubuntu00:18
leftyfbXX.XX.1 is a point release update. Not a full release. You get those just from doing normal updates00:19
leftyfbeqw: cat /etc/issue00:20
eqw Ubuntu 20.04 LTS \n \l00:20
eqwI got the system via debootstrap00:20
eqwso it is necessary install extra packages for do-release-upgrade00:20
leftyfbeqw: you don't have focal-updates repo enabled00:28
eqwleftyfb: what is the most sane way to get the most usual /etc/apt/sources.list ?00:30
leftyfbeqw: install ubuntu00:30
leftyfbeqw: https://termbin.com/6xw5o00:33
eqwthank you00:34
eqwit is strange that debootstrap did not generate his00:34
lone-pineHow do I reset a password for a user created using useradd? This is for a chroot/debootstrap ubuntu install running inside an arch host. I didn't create a password when I ran useradd, but now it's asking for the password when I try to change it.00:35
leftyfblone-pine: passwd <username>00:36
leftyfblone-pine: if you're not root, then you'll need sudo00:37
leftyfblone-pine: you'll need to be root or logged in with a user with sudo privs that has a password or has a config set in sudoers to allow using sudo without asking for the password00:37
lone-pineleftyfb, I figured it out. I exited the "su" session and returned to root, and from there I could change the password without knowing it00:38
lone-pineMy next puzzle is to figure out how to get a shared clipboard in a chroot00:39
lapidarydoes anyone know what apparmor is? I get the general ida, but what can it block?00:43
derpadminnot sure as it never got in my way00:44
derpadminnever bother to learn it00:44
derpadminunlike selinux...00:44
lapidaryI see some error messages in syslog before SSH is unavable, I ssh in reverse and I have connection again.  Can this be related?00:46
leftyfblapidary: pastebin the error messages you're referring to. Just saying "some error messages" doesn't help00:49
jadaxHi, I've got some relatively new Intel NUC and I want to make it a very simple media center - let it just play music from firefox web browser. I would like to make it boot as fast as possible, thinking of enabling wake-on-lan. Do you know of any tricks/tutorials on how to speed up the boot time for such a simple system?00:51
jadaxalso, would you recommend any particular flavor over others?00:51
leftyfblapidary: those are apparmor messages about a bitcoin snap package. Nothing to do with ssh00:52
lapidaryokay, so unrelated.  I was trying to make sure00:53
jadaxI could cut time on grub 5 sec timeout, I figured00:53
jadaxor maybe I should use different distro than Ubuntu?00:53
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jadaxleftyfb my nick is registered00:54
leftyfbjadax: please join #ubuntu-offopic for non-support questions00:55
signofzetahello, how can I enable support for extra mouse buttons in Ubuntu 20.04? there's an article on help.ubuntu.com, but that seems to cover X, not Wayland. running the commands shows a warning about how it might not work under Wayland.01:11
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k_szeIn Ubuntu 18.04, I can change the screen brightness via Settings -> Power -> Power Saving -> Screen brightness, but the screen brightness hotkeys on my laptop's built-in keyboard don't actually work.02:39
lotuspsychje!acpi | k_sze probably02:39
ubottuk_sze probably: to debug ACPI issues on ubuntu make sure your bios is up to date and follow the procedure here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingACPI02:39
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Mibixcan't seem to figure out why nginx keeps crashing04:29
Mibixthe /var/log/nginx/error.log doesnt seem to show anything critical04:30
Mibixjust upgraded from 18.04 to 20.0404:30
lotuspsychjeMibix: on ubuntu server?04:30
Mibixjust ubuntu04:30
Mibixlove me some gui :p04:30
lotuspsychjeMibix: you might wanna talk to teward he's our nginx wizard04:31
Mibixhmm https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/perl/+bug/189756104:41
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1897561 in perl (Ubuntu) "libperl.so.5.30.0 causes nginx to segfault" [Undecided,Confirmed]04:41
Mibixguess its happening to a lot of people not sure what the fix is though heh04:44
matsamanif you really can't wait you can probably take the patch in the github issue and combine it with https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingEasyHowTo04:49
Mibixwait for a new Perl release?04:52
matsamana new build for Ubuntu, yeah04:53
Mibixheh i'll wait a few more days before i dive down that path04:55
matsamanI can also imagine that perl might not be strictly required for nginx and one could theoretically disable its support temporarily04:57
* matsaman shrugs04:57
Mibixyeah i dont know how to do that either :D05:05
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brahmanaHi, I have two servers running Xenial (16.04). A few days back I updated the `ruby` (ruby2.3) on one of them and it gave me Ruby version 2.3.8. However today when I try to do the same on the second machine, I only see Ruby 2.3.1. I see the same in packages.ubuntu.com also. Did something change for that package or am I missing something in my apt07:34
brahmanaIn case somebody answered my question or is looking at it, please ignore. The machine where I see ruby 2.3.8 being available, it is using a PPA (from BrightBox) to get it.07:55
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k_szeDoes anybody know what the "H" in "H.264" stands for?08:23
k_szeI know that there are also a whole bunch of other H.XXX standards. But I never could find out what the "H" stands for.08:25
felixihow do i make live ubuntu usb with persistent data storage?08:25
memoryleakk_sze: https://www.vcodex.com/news/what-does-the-h-in-h264-stand-for/08:25
memoryleakSo basically for nothing, just an enumeration08:26
k_szememoryleak, yeah, I know the "H" series is audio visual and multimedia. But why "H"? I was hoping there's a reason. :P08:28
memoryleakSometimes an H is just an H :P08:28
k_szeI mean, there seems to be neither B nor C series for some reason: https://www.itu.int/rec/T-REC/en08:29
memoryleakMaybe the H stands for HAHA no meaning08:29
lotuspsychjethats not an ubuntu issues guys08:29
k_szeNo W series either.08:29
ubottu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!08:29
k_szeOh wait, I thought I clicked the #ubuntu-offtopic channel. sorry.08:30
lotuspsychjefelixi: https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-create-a-persistent-ubuntu-usb-stick-using-mkusb-tool08:41
lotuspsychjewelcome new08:50
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Maikhi new if you have a support question just ask, wait and see if someone is able to help and offtopic chit-chat can be done in #ubuntu-offtopic. :)08:56
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ubuusrhi, new laptop, all I hear from my mic is static noise, ideas ?09:38
Miles8of9while upgrading from 18.04 to 20.04 i'm getting this error09:50
Miles8of9While scanning your repository information no entry about eoan could09:50
Miles8of9be found.09:50
Miles8of9An upgrade might not succeed. Do you want to continue anyway?09:50
Miles8of9i'm not migrating from eoan...09:50
Miles8of9all my sources.list entries are about focal09:51
mgedminwhat about the ones in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list ?09:55
Miles8of9empty nothing there09:57
mgedminhow are you doing the upgrade?10:05
mgedminif you're on 18.04, your sources.list entries should mention bionic, not focal10:05
mgedminyou're not supposed to edit sources.list manually during upgrades; update-manager/do-release-upgrade will do that for you10:05
pwuertzHi, when connecting to a VPN server with OpenVPN, some mechanism in Ubuntu configures an IPv6 address and a IPv6 default route for the `tap0` device. I'm pretty sure this is not caused by the OpenVPN client (disabled all the corresponding options, nothing in the debug output), so who is doing this?10:07
pwuertzAlso, I configured Network Manager to treat `tap0` as `unmanaged`, and I uninstalled avahi. So who else is doing Network Configuration in Ubuntu in the background?10:20
Miles8of9i ran do-release-upgrade10:20
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Miles8of9the error shows when upgrade should almost be complete...10:21
Atahualpahi guys10:22
lotuspsychjewelcome Atahualpa10:22
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AtahualpaSo, I'm trying to upgrade from 18.04.5 lts to 20.04.x lts. I tried to upgrade for weeks now, but without success. The update manager is telling me that I have broken packages, however when I looked into Muon Package Manager I didn't find one single broken packages or held back packages.10:25
ikoniayou probably have broken packages as part of the upgrade10:26
ikonianot ones that exist on your system already10:26
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: wich error?10:26
ikoniaeg: ugrading a package from a->b breaks it10:26
mgedminpwuertz: the kernel itself is setting up link-local IPv6 addresses10:26
mgedminbut I wouldn't expect a default route10:26
Miles8of9While scanning your repository information no entry about eoan could be found. An upgrade might not succeed. Do you want to continue anyway?10:27
Miles8of9i was using bionic not eoan10:28
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: do you have still leftovers from eoan?10:28
Miles8of9never installed eoan10:28
Miles8of9installed bionic and now i was trying to upgrade to focal10:28
Miles8of9but upgrade can't continue!10:29
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: what about external ppa's with packages that could have been meant for eoan?10:29
Miles8of9never installed packages from eoan10:29
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: did you ever add external ppa's to your system?10:29
Miles8of9not me... maybe the previous admin... but sources.list now has only focal repos10:30
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: when external repos arent cleaned out properly, its possible there are package leftovers10:31
pwuertz@mgedmin I'm also getting two 2001:470: addresses. I'm not fluent in IPv6, but those aren't link local, are they?10:31
lotuspsychjewith ppapurge for example10:31
Miles8of9i can't know what he did...10:31
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: did apt have errors before you started the ltsupgrade?10:31
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: in wich stage are you now?10:32
mgedminpwuertz: no, they're not -- still, IPv6 supposedly has autoconfiguration, maybe the router at the other end of the tunnel is advertising something?10:32
mgedminpwuertz: I'm even less fluent in IPv6 given that no ISP in Lithuania is offering IPv6 connectivity to clients :/10:32
Miles8of9package upgrade... a package upgrade failed... roundcube... which i never used or installed10:33
Miles8of9he surely did something strange... for example i can't create files or set permissions on some directories even if i'm root! that's VERY strange10:34
pwuertzmgedmin I'm pretty sure I disabled all those via OpenVpn options `pull-filter ignore redirect-gateway10:34
Miles8of9and he installed an awful system management thing... "ispconfig"...10:35
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Atahualpahere is the pastebin: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/gTKBFXVpnw/10:36
Miles8of9which maybe screwed up things10:36
Atahualpawhere can i paste some images ?10:36
Miles8of9selinux is installed but sestatus says it's disabled...10:37
ikoniaselinux is redhat normally10:37
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: backup your /home, try to ppapurge leftovers, and sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade to hopefully continue 20.04.110:37
ikoniait's not installed by default on ubuntu10:37
mgedminAtahualpa: imgur.com or pasteboard.ca10:38
AtahualpaSo, any idea why I can't upgrade?10:44
ikoniawhat's the actual error10:45
Atahualpaikonia: Could not calculate the upgrade10:47
AtahualpaAn unresolvable problem occurred while calculating the upgrade.10:47
AtahualpaThis was likely caused by:10:47
Atahualpa* Unofficial software packages not provided by Ubuntu10:47
AtahualpaPlease use the tool 'ppa-purge' from the ppa-purge10:47
Atahualpapackage to remove software from a Launchpad PPA and10:47
ikoniaAtahualpa: have you purged the repos as the error says10:48
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AtahualpaSorry, I had some connection issues.10:55
Atahualpaikonia: i don't have anny ppa repos in my sources.list10:56
AtahualpaI removed manually any 3rd party repos10:56
ikoniadid you purge the packages ?10:56
ikoniaor did you just move the repos10:56
dablitzgood morning channel. I was wondering if anyone can assist me. because my computer is looking for an ethernet connect boot time is really high. is there anyway i can turn this off. usung 20.0410:58
Atahualparemoved the entry for the repos10:59
lotuspsychjedablitz: could you pastebin your: systemd-analyze critical-chain please?10:59
ikoniaAtahualpa: so the packages will still break10:59
ikoniaAtahualpa: and break bad as they won't have a repo to check for upgrades10:59
ikoniayou're supposed to remove the packages10:59
dablitzlotuspsychje i can do that . one second10:59
ikoniahence 'ppa-purge'10:59
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mgedminthis sort of mess during upgrades is why canonical is pushing for snap packages so hard11:00
oerheksmgedmin +111:00
Atahualpaikonia: ppa-purge on what ppa packages if i don't recall if i ever installed a ppa package?11:00
ikoniaAtahualpa: you're missing the point11:01
ikoniaAtahualpa: you need to remove all external repos an packages11:01
mgedminif you have disabled the external repos11:01
ikoniappa-purge is an example of how the PPA's are removed11:01
mgedminyou can find all installed packages that don't have matching versions in the ubuntu archives11:01
oerheksppa-purge reverses those packages to the original ones.11:02
dablitzlotuspsychje --> https://pastebin.com/Qzh2JnnX11:04
lotuspsychjedablitz: might be docker causing more delay on boot then networking11:06
dablitzlotuspsychje advice??? I really want to speed up my boot time11:06
mgedminwow 1 minute 17 seconds, that's awful11:07
lotuspsychjedablitz: can you elaborate about ' looking for an ethernet connect' ?11:07
Miles8of9ok... there were packages that needed uninstall... and a packages that wasn't installed that caused roundcube to crash the entire os upgrade!!! php7.4-mbstring..!! that's just crazy!11:08
lotuspsychjedablitz: and what kind of purpose are you using docker for exactly?11:08
mgedminwhy is graphical.target waiting for docker??11:08
dablitzon boot when I exit from splash and can see what is happening. Network find is waiting sometime up to 2 full minutes until it moves on. I will reboot the machine so I can get the exact term it is using11:09
lotuspsychjeMiles8of9: roundcube from the official repos, or ppa?11:09
Miles8of9looks like from official repo11:09
dablitzand I am not using docker at all. do not even remember installing it. this is a fresh 20.04 install11:10
Miles8of9could have been installed by the previous admin11:10
mgedmindablitz: systemd-analyze blame might also be interesting11:11
lotuspsychjedablitz: you are the owner of your system, you should know?11:11
dablitzyes I am the owner11:11
mgedminanyway I would be very tempted to apt remove docker.io containerd and see if that helps11:11
dablitzI will do that thank you11:11
mgedminNetworkManager-wait-online.service doesn't even show up on the cricital chain11:11
mgedminor you may want to systemd-analyze plot > /tmp/bootchart.svg and look at the chart11:13
mgedminheh for me the kernel is responsible for 37 seconds of boot time (firmware 13s, bootlader 5s, userspace 10s)11:13
mgedminI'm sure that time includes my typing the LUKS password11:14
lotuspsychjemgedmin: lovely times, i always install preload haveged stacer and tweak systemd & startup services to the max11:14
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Atahualpaikonia: I found the culprit.11:19
AtahualpaI'll let you all know on how is going on.11:20
mgedminif this were a horror movie, that'd the last time anyone ever saw Atahualpa11:24
oerheksif this were a romantic movie, get a refund11:25
marc_urlingHello, did some make work CopyQ under Focal/ubuntu 20.x please?11:30
oerheksmarc_urling, copyq is available, in the universe repo11:32
oerheksand manual https://copyq.readthedocs.io/en/latest/basic-usage.html11:33
The_LoudSpeakerwhere can I find the drivers in ubuntu for this hardware: https://certification.ubuntu.com/catalog/component/06cb:00be11:34
The_LoudSpeakerI have the same fingerprint sesor in ideapad flex 511:34
The_LoudSpeakerbut its not working in 20.0411:34
oerheksi find no entry for '06cb:00be' in https://fprint.freedesktop.org/supported-devices.html and https://launchpad.net/~fingerprint/+archive/ubuntu/fingerprint-gui11:35
oerheksso i guess it is not supported?11:35
The_LoudSpeakerthen how come those systems are certified then?11:36
The_LoudSpeakercertified for ubuntu I mean11:36
lotuspsychjeThe_LoudSpeaker: worth a try testing 20.10 with kernel 5.8 as a test11:37
oerheksnot sure why certification would stop with this fingerprint device11:37
The_LoudSpeakerI do not want to leave 20.04. I will install 5.8 kernel manually on this and test but I am not very hopefull.11:38
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1891974 in libfprint (Ubuntu) "Can not support Synaptics 06cb:00be fingerprint" [Wishlist,Confirmed]11:38
lotuspsychjeThe_LoudSpeaker: i did not say install, worth a try testing11:39
The_LoudSpeakerA live usb would do?11:39
AtlenohenSo I have Kubuntu 20.04 LTS and trying to install ECLIPSE IDE C++, extracted tar.gz and it doesn't have INSTALL folder or anything ,there's an exectuable that asks me to specify workspace folder and then it launches, so it's one of those no-install things?11:39
mgedminthe fingerprint sensor on my X390 needed a firmware update to start working on 20.0411:39
mgedmin(the firmware was released much later than 20.04 itself)11:39
Atlenohenit does have a "configuration" folder11:39
AtlenohenReadme says nothing about install, mostly about Windows11:40
oerheksAtlenohen, where did you get that ide? not from our repos, right?11:40
AtlenohenFrom the official website I think11:40
Atlenohenoops, im switching between screen inputs, typo11:41
oerhekswe do have a snp version; https://snapcraft.io/eclipse11:41
The_LoudSpeakermgedmin: I checked with firmware update and there are no updates available11:42
AtlenohenOh wait11:43
AtlenohenI downloaded the C++ "package", so I still need the base IDE ?11:43
AtlenohenIf it's a package ... it looks like a standalone thing tho11:44
oerheksAtlenohen, we don't know, we only support packages from our repos???11:44
AtlenohenI guess Eclipse is not part of Ubuntu repos you mean?11:44
oerheksdid they provide any docs/howto?11:44
oerheksread back, we have a snap version11:44
AtlenohenOh I'm on Kubuntu btw, not sure if i've seen SNAP, but Discover is equivalent right?11:45
AtlenohenI'm fresh to ubuntu/kubuntu, i've been on Linux Mint Cinnamon/Mate for 5 years in the past so sorry for the noob questions11:46
dablitzlotuspsychje --> https://pastebin.com/5zyHJfNC <-- I was looking at the wrong computer. sometime I get the systems mixed up during teamviewer remote11:48
dablitzjust so you know I am a ham operator. htese are all my remote radio locations "VE3AGS"11:48
The_LoudSpeakerwhoop! that 20.10 download is 2.7 gigs. even with zsync of saturday's lubuntu daily, this is 1.8 gigs. I don't have that much data left for the day. blessed be this cursed pandemic!11:53
The_LoudSpeakeri will try tomorrow11:53
dablitzneed coffee..anyone else??11:54
* mgedmin but tea11:56
* The_LoudSpeaker badly needs a coffee.11:58
dablitzThe_LoudSpeaker .... I have a hot pot just finished brewing---lol12:00
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BluesKajHi all12:04
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MoL0ToVhi there is a way to disable media check test during liveusb bootup?12:08
MoL0ToVtacking very long time12:08
frostschutzyou should be able to abort it with Ctrl-C12:09
oerheksMoL0ToV, why disable such important check?12:09
MoL0ToVi'm rebooting 100 Times because i'm cloning sata disks with dd12:10
MoL0ToVand every time locks on this media check without any reason12:10
dablitzMoL0ToV have you ever tried cloning with clonezilla...I use it all the time and work perfect for me everytime12:13
styx-tdo__MoL0ToV, if clonezilla is too boring, try ddrescue12:14
oerheksi would question the media you put the iso on.. or run a check against the downloaded iso12:14
boredguyI keep trying to format a disk and write files to it but the disk fails to mount on both windows and ubuntu with the error "superblock not found".12:15
boredguyIs the drive likely a goner?12:15
MoL0ToVfrostschutz ctrl+c works tankyou12:16
MoL0ToVdd works perfectly i dont need clonezilla or others tankyou12:17
frostschutzdd does not handle read errors well, gnu ddrescue is more reliable, ymmv12:18
The_LoudSpeakersince this https://certification.ubuntu.com/hardware/202009-28250 showed oem kernel. I tried installing linux-oem-20.04 on my flex 5 but the fingerprint sensor still doesn't work. :/12:27
oerheksthat fingerprint will not work, indeed.12:28
oerheksbut people are working on it..12:28
boredguyAnyone know what the problem with my hard disk was? I tried ext4, exfat and ntfs. I'm pretty sure its dying now.12:31
The_LoudSpeakeroerheks: yes, I see a bug in oem priority project: https://bugs.launchpad.net/oem-priority?field.searchtext=Synaptics+06cb%3A00be&search=Search&field.status%3Alist=NEW&field.status%3Alist=INCOMPLETE_WITH_RESPONSE&field.status%3Alist=INCOMPLETE_WITHOUT_RESPONSE&field.status%3Alist=CONFIRMED&field.status%3Alist=TRIAGED&field.status%3Alist=INPROGRESS&field.status%3Alist=FIXCOMMITTED&field.assignee=&field.bug_reporter=&field.omit_dupes=on&12:31
The_LoudSpeakerbut its at low priority12:32
The_LoudSpeakerguess I will have to wait12:32
oerheksboredguy, run a test on it? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilesystemTroubleshooting12:32
boredguyTried that a long time ago.  Didn't really help.12:38
oerheksboredguy, then you have your answer, replace disk13:10
AtahualpaSo, finally I'm running 20.04.x lts.13:25
AtahualpaHowever, I'm not happy that the upgrade removed Amarok from my system and in some apps like Inkscape I don't see the toolbar because of some issues with the theme I use(Breeze Dark).13:28
Atahualpamgedmin: yeah, thank you!13:29
lotuspsychjeAtahualpa: clementine to the rescue13:30
Atahualpalotuspsychje: don't like it. nor elisa.13:30
Atahualpabtw, is there a way to re-install amarok ?13:31
oerheksamarok is dead..13:31
oerheksmarch 2018 .. https://community.kde.org/Amarok/GettingStarted/Download/Source13:32
Atahualpai see13:33
oerheksi like clementine as it can handle huge collections fine.13:34
lotuspsychjeAtahualpa: xmms looks also a bit amarok-ish13:34
mgedminxmms is a winamp clone13:36
Atahualpalotuspsychje: it's about habit and about using an application for a very long time13:39
Atahualpabut i'll give a try to elisa and if i don't like it i'll switch to vlc13:39
BluesKajvlc is great for my needs, I don't bother with playlists etc so....13:41
AtahualpaBluesKaj: me neither.13:42
oerheksi wonder, why google-chrome on linux behaves differently than mac/windows, no adds between youtube playlist numbers.13:43
Atahualpabut still...13:43
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Atahualpais there any way to move an open app from the secondary monitor to the main monitor using keyboard shortcuts?13:51
deadk(sorry, typo)13:52
Atahualpawhere I can configure keyboard shortcuts for this?13:53
Atahualpaand how can I reorder the icons from system tray ?13:55
oerheksi have no idea howto order icons on the systray.13:55
oerheksShift+Super+Page Up Move the current window to a different workspace13:56
oerheksor maybe ; Shift+Super+←  Move the current window one monitor to the left.13:56
Atahualpaoerheks: thank you.14:03
stavrosI ran apt-get update but now my system boots in safe graphics mode and the journal says there's a mismatch between the NVIDIA driver version and the kernel version14:22
stavrosWhat can I do? Reinstalling everything hasn't compiled the kernel to the compatible version14:22
stavros"mismatch: the client has the version 455.23.04, but this kernel module has the version 450.66.  Please make sure that this kernel module and all NVIDIA driver components have the same version."14:22
lotuspsychjestavros: are you using the driver from the ubuntu repos?14:25
stavroslotuspsychje, yes14:25
lotuspsychjestavros: have you tryed a driver switch yet?14:25
stavrosYes, none of them works, the kernel version remains the same14:25
lotuspsychje!info nvidia-driver-45514:26
ubottuPackage nvidia-driver-455 does not exist in focal14:26
rtyuiohi there14:27
lotuspsychjestavros: does your card support 435?14:28
rtyuioi try to migrate my wordpress site from server1 to server2, after migration of data and lamp server setup on my server2 here what i got in ps -aux on server 2 :14:29
stavroslotuspsychje, hmm, I'm guessing, though I'm not sure why the kernel doesn't get recompiled14:29
rtyuiohere it is for server1 : https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/cW3bSJCz3H/14:29
stavroslotuspsychje, apparently it was working fine with 450, since the kernel seems to be compiled with that version14:29
rtyuiowhat else i need to load ?14:30
lotuspsychjestavros: ok lets check some bugs on 455, holdon14:30
lotuspsychjestavros: meanwhile doublecheck: ubuntu-drivers list, if your card supports it14:31
stavroslotuspsychje, 455 or 435?14:32
stavrosIt supports both14:32
stavrosI do see it in the driver selector GUI list as well14:32
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lotuspsychjestavros: if you say 450 worked well, its probably a bug on 45514:32
stavros_lotuspsychje, yes but I tried to downgrade to 450 and got a different version than the one in the kernel too14:33
stavros_Initially I was on 450 when it broke, and the message was something like "you have 450.78 but the kernel has 450.66"14:33
lotuspsychjestavros_: the ubuntu graphics ppa should be safe, and not give mismatches, hence why i suspect something with 45514:34
lotuspsychjestavros_: wich kernel/ubuntu release are you on?14:34
Stavroslotuspsychje: 5.4.0-48-generic14:35
ioriastavros_,  try to update the initramfs: sudo update-initramfs -c -k `uname -r`  and reboot14:35
StavrosOn focal14:35
StavrosHmm, let me try that14:35
StavrosNo dice, the kernel version is the same, even with 43014:39
Stavros435, sorry14:39
StavrosHow can I upgrade from the command line, to check for any error output?14:39
ioriaStavros, sudo apt update && duso apt full-upgrade14:40
ioriaStavros, sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade14:40
Stavros@ioria: no packages to upgrade14:42
ioriaStavros, dpkg -l | grep nvidia | nc termbin.com 999914:42
lotuspsychjeStavros: perhaps 455 from the graphics ppa conflicts still with ubuntu-drivers14:43
Stavroslotuspsychje: unlikely, the problem happened with 450 initially... Now it says: " mismatch: the client has the version 450.80.02, but this kernel module has the version 450.66.  Please"14:47
StavrosSo the kernel is just not updating14:48
lotuspsychjeStavros: try a switch to 435 first, then go back to 450 and pastebin us the apt errors plz14:49
StavrosHow do install the driver with apt?14:49
ioriaStavros, dpkg -l | grep nvidia14:50
oerheksyes, that info ioria asked for, is important14:50
ioriaStavros, 88 is the repo version; 666 the ppa one14:50
Stavrosnvidia-driver-450                                           450.80.02-0ubuntu0.20.04.214:51
StavrosThere are various other versions of various other components as well14:52
StavrosI'm not sure which package you wanted the version for14:52
ioriaStavros, can you paste the cmd output or not ?14:52
ioriaStavros, dpkg -l | grep nvidia | nc termbin.com 999914:52
oerheksdpkg -l | grep nvidia | nc termbin.com 9999   # would give an URL14:52
ioriaStavros, apt-cache policy  nvidia-driver-45014:53
StavrosShould I maybe remove that PPA?14:55
ioriaStavros, for now, i'd just purge nvidia; ppa-purge that ppa ans start over14:57
StavrosIs that the official PPA, or just something I added?14:58
ioriaStavros, something you added14:58
Stavrosioria: oh, oops14:59
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ioriaStavros, most probably a DKMS bug15:00
StavrosHm right15:00
thebodaHey everybody, I'm trying to set up e-mail notifications from zed (ZFS event daemon) to my personal e-mail address. Here are the config files of msmtprc and zed.rc and error messages https://www.pastery.net/dtpxpz/ I can send e-mails in the cli, but when zed is trying to send an email the recipient of the e-mail is wrong. It's the local user name of the machine zed is running on. Any suggestions how to fix that?15:02
Mibixis there an easy way to apply this fix at the bottom? https://github.com/Perl/perl5/issues/1715415:03
sadbotCan we trust cannonical ?15:38
oerheksinteresting, do you trust our answer?15:38
striveThis is #ubuntu afterall...15:38
oerhekswait, am i talking to a silly bot ...15:39
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leftyfbcan someone remove the spamming bot?15:40
ikoniasadbot: is a bot ?15:41
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sadbotOnly my name has bot.15:41
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ikoniayeah, didn't see anything bot-like beyond the name15:41
sadbotikonia: i can prove i am human15:42
ikoniait's fine - I believe you15:42
sadbotikonia: i am just got irritated by snapd behavior .Therefore i git skeptical on canonical intensions .15:43
ikoniathat's not really a realistic view, because you're stuggling you question a companies intension, but that's up to you15:43
Mibixis there a way i can install perl 5.3215:48
Mibix5.30 is broken on 20.0415:48
ikoniaI doubt it's 'broken'15:48
ikoniaand you can install whatever perl version if you want if you find a repo that hosts it and you're happy with it's support position15:48
Stavrostheboda: hey, how come you use pastery?15:49
Mibixtis broked15:50
ikoniaok - so the perl version has a problem, rather than ubuntu's build15:51
Mibixyeah sorry that is what i mean15:53
Mibixand 5.32 is out but not in the ubuntu repo15:53
ikoniaso I'd check if it's in the Debian repo yet (doubtful) and if it is, raise an ubuntu bug to do a version increase, which I'd say is unlikley to get approved and more likely will just be part of the next release15:54
ikonia(but that's just my personal opinion)15:54
Mibixis there a way to apply that patch at the bottom of that github?15:55
oerheksindeed, bugfixes are backported though15:55
Mibixnever done that before15:55
Stavrosioria, lotuspsychje: looks like we found the problem: "Module build for kernel 5.4.0-26-generic was skipped since the kernel headers for this kernel does not seem to be installed."15:55
ikoniaMibix: if you want to build and compile your own perl version, sure15:55
oerheksfile a SRU ?15:55
ubottuStable Release Update information is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates15:55
lotuspsychjeStavros: -26 is a previous kernel15:55
ioriaStavros, you dais *48 was in use15:56
Stavroslotuspsychje: Yeah but it said the same for all of them15:56
Mibixhmm what about going back to an earlier non broken version? would that be easier15:56
ikoniaMibix: nope15:56
felixiMibix: you could build from source. The usual chant goes ./configure ; make ; sudo make install . Iirc you were linked to a tutorial earlier when you said your nginx was failing because of perl?15:56
ikoniayou should never just type those commmands15:57
lotuspsychjeMibix: this morning you had a nginx bug, this evening its perl?15:57
ikoniaesspeically for perl which has a different build method15:57
felixithanks for pointing that out ;)15:57
Mibixno its perl causing nginx and other things to crash lotuspsychje15:57
lotuspsychjeMibix: did you talk to teward about it yet, as adviced this morning?15:57
teward*spits on lotuspsychje for the random ping*15:58
Mibixno i havent15:58
tewardlotuspsychje: if you're pinging me I need more context15:58
Stavroslotuspsychje: that's odd, "linux-headers-5.4.0-48-generic is already the newest version (5.4.0-48.52)."15:59
Mibixit is crashing my zoneminder as well as my nginx now15:59
lotuspsychjeteward: mibix has a nginx bug, he will pass you details15:59
Mibixteward https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/xz5TCj428K/15:59
tewardMibix: you have an underlying libperl segfault16:00
tewardthat's not an nginx issue, that's a perl problem16:00
tewardor, you're loading some kind of perl thing that is breaking16:01
Mibixyeah i know :(16:01
tewardMibix: what OS version, and where did you get NGINX from?16:01
tewardand installed NGINX from... where?16:01
Mibixfrom the ubuntu repo16:02
MibixVersion: 1.18.0-0ubuntu116:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1897561 in perl (Ubuntu) "libperl.so.5.30.0 causes nginx to segfault" [Undecided,Confirmed]16:03
tewardinteresting.  yeah that's a Perl problem, a fix would need to come via Perl, but I haven't been able to replicate in 20.04.16:04
tewardi'll do some testing locally in a VM and see if I can replicate it here.16:04
teward... once I kick libvirt because it no longer lets me use vmdks.16:04
PeGaSuShello guys. I have a stupid question: I have a Toshiba Satellite kinda old, with an AMD E-300 CPU (yeah, I know) and 4Gb of RAM. trying to use it for something instead sending it to the trash. do you think that the laptop has enough power to run Ubuntu Server with just a few applications such as PostgreSQL, MySQL?16:05
PeGaSuSmy idea is to create my own cloud of sorts. just to run a few test bots and stuff like that16:07
oerhekssure, 4gb would b enough with that AMD E-300 duo core16:09
Mibixso i take it im just stuck for now teward heh16:09
tewardMibix: yeah.  this is just from the installation without any customized configurations?16:10
tewardjust bare stock system?16:10
lapidaryI am trying to manually update my system but there is another pid running apt-get -qq -y update I try killing it, and it starts again.16:10
PeGaSuSoerheks: I assume I can use WiFi instead Ethernet also? the Ethernet port, well, it's ruined..16:10
Mibixteward no i have some sites running but there arent any errors in the nginx logs and it was running fine before the update16:11
lapidarythis is a new install of ubuntu server 20.4.1 LTS16:11
teward> before the update16:11
tewardMibix: before the update to what from what?16:11
tewardMibix: you mean latest Perl patches or something?16:11
oerheksa wireless server can be done, i hope it does not handle many users.16:11
MibixI did a ton of updates and then updated from 18.04 to 20.0416:12
PeGaSuSoerheks: nah. it is to be only for me, basically.16:12
mgedminmy mail server until 2018 was an old 400 MHz Pentium desktop with 256 MB  of RAM16:13
PeGaSuSwell, I'm going to download the ISO and then burn it into the USB16:14
PeGaSuSand then I'll see if I can make it work over WiFi, since Ethernet is out of bounds16:14
oerhekshave fun!16:15
PeGaSuSstupid question.. when booting the server, do we need to login or that's automatically done?16:16
oerheksthe 'services' start on boot. no need to login, actually16:16
PeGaSuSthat's great! exactly what I want. basically I need a set-up and forget :)16:17
oerhekswell, you need to maintain it with updates.16:17
tewardMibix: so you upgraded 18.04 to 20.04 then16:19
tewardbecause I can't replicate on *fresh* 20.0416:19
PeGaSuSyeah, I know. but I don't want to need to login to make the laptop having internet connection, as example16:19
tewardMibix: without a minimum reproducible example I don't think we can debug this issue or test to confirm.16:21
tewardi'm trying to on my end but ERR:NOREPRO on fresh 20.04 install (not upgrade from 18.04 to 20.04)16:21
lotuspsychjeMibix: did you file the bug yourself?16:22
Mibixno i dont know how to do that :p16:22
Mibixseems like there are quite a few people with the issue based on that github though16:25
tewardlotuspsychje: not sure if you saw my poke in #ubuntu-server16:25
tewardbut with no reproduction instructions on either nginx or perl to try and reproduce it I can't even begin to identify if it's a problem16:25
tewardbecause nginx is not linked to libperl directly at all in 20.0416:26
lotuspsychjeteward: i did16:26
tewardoerheks: no ldd links to libperl in the nginx binary16:26
tewardif it's pulled in from another module that module would explicitly need enabled16:26
tewardand in which case we need MPEs16:26
Mibixhold on teward i can PM you some of my configs for nginx16:26
tewardMinimum Produceable Examples16:26
tewardMREs*  Minimum Reproducible Examples16:27
lapidarywhat displays the parent process16:33
ikoniawhat do you mean what displays it ?16:35
ikoniain what context16:35
lapidaryah, pstree is nice16:36
pavloslapidary: ps -ef shows pid,ppid16:39
thebodaStavros why not? I saw someone using it earlier.16:46
tichunDo you have an idea why chromium logs me out of everything? I use it on GNOME, when i relogin to KDE everything is logged of, every time. Google prompts me I have logged in from a different computer16:56
MrCollinsWhy is it when I put in a traceroute, even in windows, I get 2 entries for my gateway17:07
leftyfb!ot | MrCollins17:11
ubottuMrCollins: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!17:11
MrCollinsI thought I did identify?17:13
MrCollinsDid I do something wrong, I am using Ubuntu?17:13
lotuspsychjeMrCollins: we try to focus on ubuntu specific issues, your problem is more something for ##networking17:14
MrCollins10-4. Sorry.17:15
dablitzlotuspsychje are you around17:42
lotuspsychjedablitz: yes17:42
dablitzdid you ever look at this pastebin -->  https://pastebin.com/5zyHJfNC <-- I was logged into the wrong system earlier this morning. this is the one I need to boot faster17:44
lotuspsychjedablitz: is that on a spinner or an ssd?17:44
dablitzwell emmc17:45
lotuspsychjedablitz: can you pastebin this too please; systemd-analyze && systemd-analyze blame17:47
dablitzdoing that now17:48
lotuspsychjedablitz: systemd-analyze too please17:54
lotuspsychjedablitz: yea, userspace seems rather long boot for an ssd17:57
dablitzlotuspsychje any ideas of what I can do to speed this up17:58
lotuspsychjedablitz: lets try with: sudo apt install preload haveged stacer17:59
lotuspsychjedablitz: tweak unwanted systemd services in stacer and reboot17:59
dablitzwill do that.18:00
lotuspsychjedablitz: did you install extra snaps or other services?18:00
dablitzjust teamviewer. I have gnuradio 3.8.1 installed but not running on boot18:00
lotuspsychjeseems like a sane default install then, teamviewer does take a bit of time18:01
oerheksteamviewer is known for that,.18:12
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GBGamesI am setting up a ThinkPad for my father-in-law, and I am trying to make it look like Windows. I got some themes and icons, and I moved the application launcher to the bottom left with the dash on the bottom. Now I am setting up applications.19:17
GBGamesAisleRiot claims to have a bunch of solitaire games, but all is see is Klondike. Is there something I need to do to get the rest of the games?19:17
GBGamesEr, I am using Ubuntu 20.04 LTS.19:17
oerhekshi GBGames, pysol is the collection of 1000+ card games19:20
oerheks!info pysol19:20
ubottuPackage pysol does not exist in focal19:21
oerheks!info pysolfc19:21
ubottupysolfc (source: pysolfc): collection of more than 1000 solitaire card games. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.4-3 (focal), package size 4731 kB, installed size 14163 kB19:21
oerheksand tons of games; https://snapcraft.io/search?category=games19:21
GBGamesoerheks: Thanks! I think I just found it. I needed to install gnome-cards-data and now I can select "Choose Game" in the main menu of AisleRiot.19:27
GBGamesBut I will look at pysonfc. Thanks!19:27
johnjaypip3 install pysolfc failed. is pysolfc only a ubuntu/debian package name?19:31
oerheksapt gives pysolfc19:33
StavrosI cannot figure this kernel/NVIDIA driver version mismatch out19:41
StavrosThis is the installation log: https://www.pastery.net/zqbrnn/19:41
StavrosEverything seems to have gone okay19:41
StavrosYet I have no graphics19:48
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DunamsI feel like moving/resizing windows is not smooth as it is on windows on my 144hz monitor. i have the latest nvidia drivers on 20.04 with KDE. any ideas what should I check?20:06
matsamanwhich Windows are we talking about?20:06
Dunamsthe OS? 1020:06
Dunamsi'm talking about windows in general though, firefox, slack20:07
Dunamsdragging/resizing them feels stuttery20:07
matsamanI believe you were making a comparison to windows as in "Windows" vs KDE. Just wanted to know the Windows version you were thinking of.20:07
matsamanyou should probably double check that you're actually using the nvidia driver, on top of having it installed20:08
Dunamshow do I confirm which driver is the one being actually used?20:08
matsamanDunams: does the command 'glxinfo' work for you?20:09
Dunamsmatsaman: yes20:09
matsamanglxinfo | grep -i vendor, maybe20:10
Dunamsyeah, looks like it is using the driver20:11
DunamsOpenGL version string: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 455.23.0420:11
Dunams(that's not from your grep, but that also says nvidia)20:12
DunamsI tried tweaking the settings on the nvidia x server tool with no difference really20:12
DunamsI'm not sure I'm actually getting 144hz refresh rate, even though it is the active setting20:13
matsamanDunams: maybe this kind of thing: https://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=9923320:13
Dunamsmatsaman: doubt it, that's from 201220:14
Dunamsyeah, i'm getting 60-70 fps20:16
Dunamsenabled the fps counter on kwin20:16
matsamanwhat fps are you hoping for?20:17
matsamanwhat FPS is the nvidia device rated for?20:20
Dunamsnvidia device would be the GPU? gpu's aren't rated for FPS. they give what they can20:21
Dunamsmy display monitor is rated for 144hz20:22
Sirisian|WorkWhen I download an old version of chrome .deb and then run dpkg -i on it it installs the 85 stable release immediately. I need a specific install. Is there a way to stop it from automatically grabbing the latest chromium-browser?20:24
Dunamskinda have a feeling nvidia's driver is just..bad20:32
oerhekschrome does that as it is a repo + key , and chromium deb is a virtual package to snap?20:32
oerhekshttps://launchpad.net/ubuntu/focal/+source/chromium-browser  --> https://snapcraft.io/chromium20:34
komali2Yo, I guess my boot or maybe the drive is fucked beyond repair. I can mount and see the drive that my ubuntu 20.04 is on from an old 16.04 I apparently have (or just from a live USB), is there any way I can take an image for later reinstallation, so as to avoid reinstalling all my stuff all over again, resetting all my configs etc?21:11
komali2All my googling just leads to how to create an ubuntu install flash drive for some reason21:12
komali2Like, is there a way I can image an ubuntu installation, from a separate drive/OS?21:12
komali2Oh woops I think I just wiped the whole drive21:13
komali2Kill me :)21:13
Bashing-om!backup | komali221:13
ubottukomali2: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup, !borg, and !cloning21:13
komali2Cheers I'll look into it21:14
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StavrosI'm seeing "NVIDIA API MISMATCH" in the logs, how can I check which kernel module is mismatched?22:42
oerheksdpkg -l | grep nvidia | nc termbin.com 9999   # would give an URL with all modules22:45
Stavrosoerheks: https://www.pastery.net/snsaxc/22:45
StavrosI've already done that, those aren't kernel modules, they're packages22:46
StavrosI'm asking about the kernel modules that attempt to load22:46
Bashing-omStavros: ' sudo dkms status ' ?22:46
oerheksor provide the log for a clue?22:46
StavrosAll installed22:46
oerheksdid you install the proper headers for building the module? ls -l /usr/src/linux-headers-$(uname -r) ## sudo apt install linux-headers-$(uname -r)22:48
Stavrosoerheks: Yep, they're there :/22:49
StavrosIs there any way to see which module can't be loaded?22:50
StavrosThere are NVIDIA modules loaded properly, apparently22:50
oerhekssome cuda stuff maybe?22:54
StavrosNo CUDA packages installed :(22:54
StavrosIs there a command to check which modules couldn't load?22:54
oerheksa lot of compute modukes https://www.pastery.net/snsaxc/22:54
Stavrosoerheks: when I grep for nvidia in the installed modules, there is nothing22:56
StavrosThis is odd: "linux-modules-nvidia-450-generic-hwe-20.04 : Depends: nvidia-kernel-common-450 (<= 450.66-1) but 450.80.02-0ubuntu0.20.04.2 is to be installed"22:59
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Stavros`cat /proc/driver/nvidia/version` says 450.66, how can I remove that module/23:19
oerheksuse synaptic?23:21
Stavrosoerheks: I can't find that version actually being installed anywhere23:23
signofzetahi, has anyone gotten extra mouse buttons working on Ubuntu 20.04 with Wayland? i've followed a lot of guides, but nothing seems to work.23:33
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