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kc2bezwxl[m]: cala has someone from SOK (season of kde) that has expressed an interest recently. I know [ade] has some things he tagged for hacktoberfest that would be good for a potential GSOC/SOK candidate.00:16
kc2bezand +1 on a hirsute Lenny00:16
RyuKurisu[m]Lenny? 🧐03:02
lubot<kc2bez> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lubuntu/Marketing/Lenny03:02
RyuKurisu[m]Ah, that penguin used in the channel logo on matrix03:05
RyuKurisu[m]I was wondering what its original was 🙃03:06
cool_skeleton_95Yeah same lol, I wasn’t entirely sure what it was meant to be03:07
lubot<kc2bez> I'm not sure which Lenny is in Matrix but I am guessing Lenny of Borg?03:09
RyuKurisu[m]kc2bez you mentioned that what I'm trying to do in -offtopic (whoops, meant to post it here) was already possible with the current installer?03:09
lubot<kc2bez> I think with manual partitioning some of that is possible, yes.03:10
RyuKurisu[m]I'm trying to script this tutorial: https://mutschler.eu/linux/install-guides/ubuntu-btrfs/03:10
RyuKurisu[m]<lubot "<kc2bez> I think with manual par"> Which parts would be possible?  The subvolumes?  Or the encryption? 03:12
lubot<kc2bez> I think the encryption part. You may have to create the subvolumes after installation but that should be possible from what I know about BTRFS.03:13
RyuKurisu[m]AFAIK the installer doesn't create subvolumes for root, home or swap, or did I miss something? 03:14
lubot<kc2bez> The installer does not create the subvolumes yet, there is a WIP upstream to support that.03:15
lubot<kc2bez> Calamares just released a new version today. I haven't got around to looking at that yet.03:16
lubot<kc2bez> I have the one before that in my ppa https://launchpad.net/~kc2bez/+archive/ubuntu/testing03:17
RyuKurisu[m]I've been reading into Calamares, and apparently it creates a root (@) and home (@home) subvolumes when selecting Btrfs during installation.  At least that is currently the default, but one maintainer is pretty adamantly about removing that for distro or user specific set up.15:53
* RyuKurisu[m] will check the next time I'm on my laptop 😎16:06
KGIIIIt's snowing again. Hopefully it'll stick around this time. I normally have at least a couple of feet by now. http://www.baldmountaincamps.com/webcams.html19:10
KGIIIOops. That was meant to go in off-topic.19:27
RyuKurisu[m]<KGIII "Oops. That was meant to go in of"> We all have moments that we post something in the wrong channel 😅22:16
kc2bezYeah, it is all good. :D22:20
wxl[m]<RyuKurisu[m] "We all have moments that we post"> I never do. Ever. 23:08
kc2bezTrue ^23:09
wxl@kc2bez: remember the whole weird sddm on pi thing? check this out:23:33
wxl1530 < Razathorn:#kubuntu> FWIW, found out why SDDM didn't load on raspberry pi 4 on server.  Desktop firmware included the pi 4 config to enable FKMS 3d capabilities and without that, SDDM refuses to load.  Coppied 20.10 desktop firmware config settings over to mine and 20.04 server now loads SDDM.23:33
kc2bezI was reading over at #SDDM23:34
kc2bezI asked the question ;)23:34
kc2bez[18:17:17] <kc2bez> Razathorn: what exactly did you add?23:37
kc2bez[18:23:04] <Razathorn> in the firmware filesystem (fat fs that contains vmlinuz and configuration and boot loader handed off from the pi) I added the following lines:23:37
kc2bez[18:23:04] <Razathorn> dtoverlay=vc4-fkms-v3d23:38
kc2bez[18:23:04] <Razathorn> gpu_mem=12823:38
kc2bez[18:23:04] <Razathorn> start_x=123:38
kc2bez[18:23:04] <Razathorn> disable_overscan=123:38
kc2bez[18:23:55] <Razathorn> start_x is probably not needed as it just enables the camera port23:39
kc2bezI need to do some testing on my pi3 now23:39

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