IrcsomeBot1bootygoon was added by: bootygoon01:54
IrcsomeBot1<bootygoon> Been distro hopping for a hot minute now for my 12" x280 and damn kubuntu feels home.01:55
IrcsomeBot1Jose Scarano was added by: Jose Scarano04:09
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IrcsomeBot1<First Name (required) Last Name (optional)> Kde plasma 5.20 released08:15
IrcsomeBot1<First Name (required) Last Name (optional)> Will it be shown in updates or it will be as a whole new kubuntu version08:16
IrcsomeBot1<mx_tom> Might be in backports ppa in a few months, but otherwise you need to wait for 21.0408:22
IrcsomeBot1<Opal6> Hey, I have an issue where after some time the os is on the speakers stop working, not the built in ones or headphones work. They're fixed again after a reboot … Any idea what it might be08:47
Maik@mx_tom by the time 21.04 comes out there might be Plasma 5.2109:02
Maik@First Name (required) Last Name (optional) if you want the newest KDE Plasma stuff faster go Neon or rolling release instead. Just my 2 cents09:04
Maikor compile it yourself :)09:04
IrcsomeBot1<Dr Gonzo> Using latest09:26
IrcsomeBot1<Dr Gonzo> don't use threads09:27
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IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> How to put GrubBootloader themes and how to manage them?10:47
Maik@SharGen19 iirc you could do that with grubcustomizer but it last release was 2 years ago, so i guess it isn't being actively developed anymore.11:21
IrcsomeBot1<mx_tom> Basically you could place the theme everywhere, but usually you would put it in /usr/share/grub/themes/, and then edit /etc/default/grub to change the line GRUB_THEME="/usr/share/grub/themes/themefolder/theme.txt" so it points to your theme, then run update-grub11:26
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Use grub customiser to install themes and do other customization in grub.12:22
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> It it supported and continuously  developed till date.12:22
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> https://launchpad.net/grub-customizer12:23
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> You can read the latest bug report and fixes on above link.12:23
Maik@sammy_v is it? last release was 2018-10-1312:31
Maikthat being said it doesn't look like it's being continuously developed12:33
BluesKajHi all12:34
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @Maik, That is the current series. It works12:38
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Don't treat desktop and utility app development at par.12:39
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> A utility app with small set of features need not have a new release every few months or year.12:39
IrcsomeBot1amit15334 was added by: amit1533412:46
IrcsomeBot1<amit15334> (Document) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/W0rL9Rfk/file_37933.png12:46
user|37193any recommended anti virus for kubuntu?12:52
ubottuAntivirus is something you don't need on !Linux, except where files are then passed to Windows computers (perhaps using Samba). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Antivirus12:53
tomreynhi salvatore13:28
joanHello Wordls :D14:29
joanIam Form venezuela.14:29
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IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> https://store.kde.org/p/1414997/14:55
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> https://t.me/linux_gaming/43650214:58
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> can anyone download it and send it here14:58
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> im having bad gateway14:59
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> unable to download14:59
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IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @user|37193, Clamav15:13
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oerheksShargen19 then get it from github, url is on the same page?15:15
tomreynpankajsg: could you please limit your nickname change rate while on this channel (you could just leave and rejoin later)?15:17
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> (Photo, 1280x719) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/gCvJuCLf/file_37938.jpg15:20
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> downloaded from repo15:20
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> but having this error15:20
tomreynyou misspelled "install"15:21
tomreynand no one here has proof checked what this installer does15:21
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> f15:22
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> no wait15:22
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> install?15:22
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> i didnt misspelled ig15:23
oerheks.. clean your glasses? sudo ./intsall.sh15:23
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> shargen@shargen-Vostro-3558:~/Downloads/sleek--themes-master/Sleek theme-orange$ sudo ./intsall.sh … sudo: ./intsall.sh: command not found15:24
Maikas said you misspelled it15:25
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Maiksee it now?15:25
tomreynor maybe your computer just does not want your to execute this script.15:26
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> shargen@shargen-Vostro-3558:~/Downloads/sleek--themes-master/Sleek theme-orange$ sudo ./install.sh … [sudo] password for shargen:  … Sorry, try again. … [sudo] password for shargen:  … sudo: ./install.sh: command not found … shargen@shargen-Vostro-3558:~/Downloads/sleek--themes-master/Sleek theme-orange$15:26
tomreynso now it's either not executable, or you're in the wrong directory15:27
tomreyn(or both)15:28
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> uhm15:29
oerheksls # would show the files in that folder15:30
oerheksbut you can use your filemanager too15:30
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> ~/Downloads/sleek--themes-master/Sleek theme-orange$15:30
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> (Photo, 1280x719) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/gKNHavNh/file_37939.jpg15:30
tomreynso it's probably not executable then15:31
oerheksclick on install.sh, right mouse > properties > make exacutable15:31
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> @oerheks> click on install.sh, right mouse > properties , did15:32
tomreynhave you reviewed this script which you plan to run as root, to ensure it doesn't harm your computer or capture your root password to send it elsewhere?15:32
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> but nothing poped up15:32
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1414997/15:33
tomreyns/root password/users' (sudo) password/15:33
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> ?15:33
tomreynif you intend to see the output produced by a script, you'll need to run it in a terminal15:34
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> oh15:34
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> but its not running on terminla15:35
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> oh no wait15:35
IrcsomeBot1<SharGen19> ig after i made it executable, its running on terminal15:35
tomreyna miracle!15:38
IrcsomeBot1<ghostfacegangstar> https://stationhq.com/15:45
IrcsomeBot1<ghostfacegangstar> Anyone using this app??15:45
IrcsomeBot1<GalantGTR> No! Nein! Нет!15:50
gildemirAlguém para tirar dúvida?16:04
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @SharGen19, Haha man in hurry16:14
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Why don't you try out themes, windows decorations, etc from discover store instead of using third party store.16:15
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> This way error and problems will reduce almost zero16:16
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> I have observed that you prefer to install software from outside sources which are not tested for kubuntu.16:17
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> There are hundreds of  tested themes, plasma add-ons, applications etc in kde store. Try them first.16:18
IrcsomeBot1cstemmle was added by: cstemmle17:22
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> Hi, can someone help me figure out why my display keeps getting black after some idle time? In "Screen Energy Saving" in System Settings -> Power Management is disabled.17:25
PadraigDI've run into problems with the 20.04 LTS Ubuntu. Lost LibreOffice algorithms (script.xlb, dialog.xlb) and some purported mis-sequenced IO files leaving me without audio. Also, unable to recognise a blank DVD. SO, Does Kubuntu 20.04 kernel have the same problems and, if not, is there an online upgrade or installation channel available?17:35
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l_rhi guys17:42
l_rstupid question, but apparently I cannot find any tool as simple as I need. I need one tool which allows me to draw parallelipids and export the result in .eps. can you help me?17:44
l_rlike in this image: https://neurohive.io/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/vgg16-1-e1542731207177.png17:46
oerheksInkscape should be able to handle .esp, https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/111668/what-is-the-command-to-display-eps-files17:54
oerheks!info inkscape17:54
ubottuinkscape (source: inkscape): vector-based drawing program. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.92.5-1ubuntu1.1 (focal), package size 14535 kB, installed size 78934 kB17:55
l_rit's incredibly difficult to draw those shapes in inkscape. I need the shapes in axometry17:57
l_rthe same "perspective" as in the above picture17:57
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> If can't find a tool, you could "program" the picture, e.g. using matplotlib18:06
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @cstemmle, Check hibernation setting. It might be hibernating.18:28
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, you mean the PC? No its not hibernating, it is just the display18:30
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Gpu driver issue18:32
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Driver might be failing.18:33
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Check system logs.18:34
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> To confirm18:34
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> I see a lot of messages like this `org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xcb.helper: RRNotify_OutputChange`18:37
IrcsomeBot1<bauchhaus> @cstemmle, Did you check the setrings of the monitor? Some have energy saver settings18:38
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @bauchhaus, Yes this is also possible18:38
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> <tomreyn> Guest_43: visit https://paste.ubuntu.com and paste your text18:39
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @bauchhaus, The problem is new, the monitor not. It didn't do this before18:39
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Use above link to paste system log copy and share it here.18:39
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @cstemmle, Some program might be changing the resolution which goes out of bounds for your monitor capability.18:40
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/BS467szF2h/ … I made some arbitrary cut from the journalclt output, most of this stuff repeats18:46
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Something is changing your display output.18:50
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> kscreen.xrandr: Change Screen Size: true Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: Old: QSize(1920, 1080) Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: Intermediate: QSize(3200, 1080) Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: New: QSize(3200, 1080) Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: Disable outputs: true Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: (88) Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu18:50
IrcsomeBot1org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: Change outputs: false Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: Enable outputs: true Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: (85, 87) Oct 17 18:10:41 kubu org.kde.KScreen[1722]: kscreen.xrandr: RRSetCrtcConfig (disable output)18:50
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Resolution is changing.18:50
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Open services manager and check which program are running in memory. One of them is changing the resolution.18:51
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Use this command from terminal to check display journal messages18:52
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> journalctl -b -xep 0..418:53
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> It will display all warnings and errors since boot.18:53
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> does this service manager have a process name, so I know how to open the correct thing?18:53
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Go in settings and find service manager.18:54
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Click and open it.18:54
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> "Background Services"?18:54
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> It will take some time to probe and display all program and services running in memory.18:55
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> (Document) https://irc-attachments.kde.org/8MRbf4dg/file_37948.png18:56
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @sammy_v, Your display output is getting disabled.18:58
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @cstemmle, Those are only startup services.18:58
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, Yes, and I am puzzled what it might be18:58
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Something is causing your output to switch off.18:59
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, yes, this is why I think this is not what you mean by "services manager"18:59
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Please check the monitor cables, they might be loose.18:59
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, all fine. also, this would not explain why this never happens when I am at the PC19:01
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> This is a possibility. Better we check.19:01
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Damaged twisted cable can also cause such error.19:02
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Go to system setting and check for service manager.19:03
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, As I have shown in the screen shot, there is not "service manger" in my system settings19:04
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @cstemmle, You are running multiple screens?19:05
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, To fix this, I can only search for another cable as replacement and observe.19:05
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> I can see kscreen 2 in services...19:06
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, I have 3 connected, but only 1 is used currently19:06
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> the otther 2 are switched off19:06
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> If yes, remove the secondary monitor and observe.19:06
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> but this never was a problem19:06
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> @cstemmle, Ok, try switching cables.19:07
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Another possibility, if you have any high resolution game paused and  minimised, it might be the issue.19:07
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> @sammy_v, before my display got disabled yes, but not while it happened19:10
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> https://forum.kde.org/viewtopic.php?f=17&t=16622419:10
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Check above link. There are some related black screen issue.19:10
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Maybe you find your solution.19:11
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> It 1am here. I am going to sleep.19:11
IrcsomeBot1<sammy_v> Good night.19:12
IrcsomeBot1<cstemmle> thanks, I will observe connecting the display via DP instead of HDMI19:25
faLUCEhello, when "except WindowsError as e"  how can I print the cause of the error as string?20:52
faLUCEsorry, wrong channel20:55
IrcsomeBot1<petersaints> I just upgraded from 20.04 to 20.10 and now I have an IBus Preferences on my tray area. Is that normal/intended?21:17
IrcsomeBot1<DarinMiller> I also have IBus on my 20.10 upgrade (installed automatically).22:40
valorieah, I do as well in GG23:04
valorieto be clear, Groovy is not yet 20.10 -- it will be after release23:04

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