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corrinado[m]From watching the channel I have gathered that upgrades past 20.04 are going to require a re-install b/c of the change of DE. I'm (remotely) helping a friend upgrade from 18.04 → 20.04. Should I use the standard Ubuntu tools? Or is there something else I should be considering since it was originally at 16.04 US that was then upgraded to 18.04 US (where it sits now) ??00:15
KrausMan, this sure is a mystery. Nowhere online can I find anything that would provide clues as to what recent ubuntu update would have caused this messup on my system.01:21
Eickmeyer[m]corrinado: Ubuntu Studio 18.04 wasn't a long-term support release.01:30
Eickmeyer[m]Kraus: I've seen you post in here before. If you haven't asked other channels to help you, then you're not likely to find any help here. We are a very skeleton crew.01:30
KrausEickmeyer[m]: Totally understood. Any channels you might suggest? I'm kind of new around here.01:31
Eickmeyer[m]Kraus: Your issue might be better served in #ubuntu or ##networking.01:32
KrausI'll check those out! Thanks. :)01:32
corrinado[m]<Eickmeyer[m] "Kraus: I've seen you post in her"> Therefore my best route is to ship him a USB for a fresh install? Just trying to understand the best option going forward.02:42
Eickmeyer[m]corrinado: Nah, there are others that can help him, hence I redirected to other resources out there. Ubuntu Studio is Ubuntu (not just at its core, but completely), so since he's on IRC, #ubuntu would be the way to go. And, since it's a networking issue, ##networking is also an option. It's just a matter of knowing where to direct people when they're not going to get the answer in a given chat. The rooms would be slightly different02:46
Eickmeyer[m]for Matrix (prefixed with #freenode_ and suffixed with :matrix.org).02:46
corrinado[m]Understood. I mistakenly Replied to your msg to him. I was curious about performing an upgrade from US 18.04 to 20.04 US. Should I just do a fresh re-install or is there a way to get this done remotely via the standard Ubuntu upgrade tools. Since the 20.04 updates just got approved for
Eickmeyer[m]Fresh reinstall would be preferred since there were loads of changes, but an in-place upgrade should work.02:50
corrinado[m]I appreciate your time EickM. Kudos to you and your team. Thanks.02:51
Eickmeyer[m]corrinado: Thanks. :)02:51
vicky85Ubuntu studio 20.1 is not installing due to limitation of 4 gb ram wherein I have 4 gb ram in my laptop. (4 gb ram shows 3.7 gb around in the system)07:26
vicky85is there any way to skip the memory check in ubuntu studio 20.107:27
vicky85Yesterday I was informed that ram limitation is already reduced to 2 gb and dvd image can be downloaded from cdimage.ubuntu.com. I had download the current image of ubuntu studio but 4 gb notification is showing on that also.07:29
kreamHello everyone :)13:17
kreamCan anyone enlighten me as to the proper kernel build and package process on Ubuntu Studio?  My interface requires a user developed patch to operate and requires 5.8+ (USB implicit feedback feature).  I got it working on Manjaro using their toolchain and built a proper package and everything.  But I'd prefer to use Ubuntu Studio with it's tools,13:19
kreametc. I can't seem to find a description of the patch, build, package process for Ubuntu Studio13:19

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