nuxilhello. what app should i use to stream my usb camera over the network ?00:34
blueeaglenuxil: I think you need to be a bit more spesific. Are you trying to spy on someone sitting in front of your computer?00:35
nuxilblueeagle, yes im trying to spy.00:35
nuxilon my 3d printer :D00:36
blueeaglenuxil: The most common approach I've seen for this is to stream it via a web server.00:36
nuxilblueeagle, yes. thats what i want. but what app to use ?00:37
nuxili belive vlc can do this, but its so meh to use00:37
blueeaglenuxil: I tried to google "stream web camerea ubuntu" and found this: https://gist.github.com/endolith/205277800:37
robertparkerxI want to upgrade to 20.04. The only thing holding me back is knowing what to do with the sources.d.list. I was told by someone to upgrade I need to remove the ppa's. My hosting provider also adds their own repo. I don't know what to do. Can someone please explain to me and help me through this?00:38
nuxilheh.. i was aleady looking at it.00:38
robertparkerxI've read some and for the ppa's, it says I can just remove them from the folder. I don't know what to do with the hosting repo's00:38
blueeaglenuxil: Glad I could help.00:39
nuxili'll give that motion a try00:40
robertparkerxThis is my sources.list.d00:41
robertparkerxthe hetzner mirror list00:41
robertparkerxI guess I can remove the rest. I don't know what to do with this.00:42
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: ^^ paste that as a text - images are difficult to work with.00:42
Bashing-om!paste | robertparkerx00:42
ubotturobertparkerx: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.00:42
robertparkerxhttps://url.hashdev.org/4p Bashing-om00:42
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: ' tail -v -n +1 /etc/apt/sources.list.d/* ' For a format I can recognize.00:45
robertparkerxBashing-om https://url.hashdev.org/4q00:46
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: Great - checking your sources now :)00:46
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: 1st up - nope, no support in 20.04. See: http://ppa.launchpad.net/certbot/certbot/ubuntu/dists/ .00:48
robertparkerxNice find! so certbot is not compatible with 20.04 yet?00:49
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: Yep - until the maintainer catches up, no support.00:52
robertparkerxI'll wait!00:53
robertparkerxwhat is tails?00:53
robertparkerxor tail sorry00:53
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: You mean "tail" ib the cat command ? - Also I can not vouch that Debian's "yarn" will be supported in focal.00:58
robertparkerxBashing-om is there a reason why they are not supported? yet?01:02
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: Whoh ! That question is way above my pay grade to know :P01:08
robertparkerxWell I hope they get supported, at least certbot01:09
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: Maybe - only a maybe - will have to ask cerbot :D01:15
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: cerbot: see - https://launchpad.net/~certbot/+archive/ubuntu/certbot .01:20
krytenWell, it would seem the PPA became obsolete by the inclusion of the software in the official repos.01:24
kryten!info certbot focal01:24
ubottucertbot (source: python-certbot): automatically configure HTTPS using Let's Encrypt. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.40.0-1ubuntu0.1 (focal), package size 17 kB, installed size 50 kB01:24
Bashing-om!cookie | kryten01:25
ubottukryten: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!01:25
Bashing-omrobertparkerx: ^^ :D01:26
krytenMmm, cookies! \o/01:26
nuxilblueeagle,  that motion worked like a charm. a bit twiddeling to set it up. but once that is done it works great :)01:29
robertparkerxty kryten01:37
robertparkerxkryten what about yarn?01:37
robertparkerx!info yarn focal01:39
ubottuPackage yarn does not exist in focal01:39
oerheks!find yarn01:45
ubottuFound: cmdtest, yarnpkg01:45
krytenLooks like you've found yarn! :P01:47
oerheksopen thread..01:49
alazyI have an old 80GB laptop drive attached via a usb3 external drive bay. I try to copy ~36GB of data to it, it starts normal at ~40MB/s, then slows to ~20KB/s, then I/O error. Brand new xfs filesystem. Ran badblocks across whole drive - no problems, and fast. What could the problem be? Any way to diagnose it?01:51
oerheksheat problem likely01:53
alazyIf I touch the case it's barely warm.01:54
alazyIt sounds like SMR, but this is an old drive.01:55
doug16kalazy, run a SMART extended self test from smartctl or gsmartcontrol01:58
matsamansmart won't tell you anything you don't already know; it's a total waste of time01:59
matsamanif the drive isn't performing the way you want it to, backup any data you need on it, if any, and replace it01:59
doug16karen't you friendly01:59
matsamanfriendliness hasn't anything to do with it01:59
matsamanit can only waste your time02:00
doug16khe says badblocks succeeds02:00
matsamansucceeds in finding bad sectors?02:00
doug16kno problems he says02:00
alazyregardless, I had run smartctl tests on it a few days ago - was fine, and haven't touched it since except to fmt as xfs and copy data.02:00
doug16kdid you read what he said before dismissing my suggestion?02:00
matsamandoug16k: and still the drive isn't performing how he'd like, so still a waste of time02:01
matsamannope, your suggestion is universally a waste of time02:01
robertparkerx!info git focal02:01
matsamanand I don't mean that as an insult02:01
ubottugit (source: git): fast, scalable, distributed revision control system. In component main, is optional. Version 1:2.25.1-1ubuntu3 (focal), package size 4447 kB, installed size 35680 kB02:01
matsamanit just is02:01
doug16kmatsaman, you think you are so smart02:01
matsamanI mean I can do 2+2 and stuff02:01
matsamansmart can only confirm what you already know or tell you nothing, that is the definition of uselessness02:01
alazyIt's a spare old 80 gb that I'd otherwise discard but I figured I can make an extra backup of important data on it. Now I'm curious about why this happened and I'd like to learn how to find out.02:02
matsaman80gb is such a tiny obnoxious size for a backup drive by today's standards anyway02:02
matsamanprobably lose money powering it vs replacing with higher capacity02:02
doug16ksmart runs the manufacturer's diagnostic functions. that makes sense to run. it will test more than block I/O, it will run the controller's built in diagnostic routines and it will do a surface test, that tells you which LBA it first fails02:03
doug16kwhy would you run a silly loop that writes patterns and reads them (badblocks) when you have the real built-into-drive diagnostics?02:04
doug16kbuilt in diagnostic won't be bottlenecked by the cable - it can read and write at full native speed02:04
matsamaneven then you will only get confirmation of what you already suspect or no new information02:05
doug16kprobably was a non-destructive badblocks. THAT is what tells you nothing02:05
doug16kBIST will do a non-destructive read-write test02:05
matsamanthey both tell you nothing useful02:05
matsamanthe only useful test requires an alternative/replacement drive02:06
matsamanat which point you've already replaced the drive02:06
alazymatsaman: I intended to write my most important <80 GB of files to it then leave it in a drawer should I somehow destory my computer an all other backups.02:07
matsamaneh, why not just buy into a proper enduring backup system02:07
matsamantwo local storage devices, one remote. When you run out of space you double it all02:08
alazyI did the destructive badblocks test, or at least 2 tests and 90% of the way through the third and nothing was wong02:08
robertparkerxSo now that I have discovered most of my packages are supported by focal. Is it sfae to just remove the list from sources.d.list?02:08
matsamanimagine a door that isn't closing properly, and you actually pay someone to poke at the door for an hour to tell you either 1) yes, it's broken, or 2) no it's not broken02:09
matsamannothing is solved, the door is still not closing properly02:09
doug16kalazy, maybe matsaman can tell you a list of enough things not to run to fix it02:09
matsamanand since nobody really repairs hard disks unless they are fully failed and have the only copy of data you want, instead of repairing them, you replace them02:09
MIFmatsaman is correct02:09
alazymatsaman: I may have that... but an extra disk in a drawer at someone else's house with the stuff you actually care about for $0 isn't a bad plan C.02:10
MIFIt is not truly worth it to try to fix a hard drive02:10
matsamanalazy: it's not the worst plan ever, sure02:10
alazyAnyway, I'm curious about how I can figure out where the error is.02:10
matsamanyour own personal human time is the most valuable resource you have, just sayin'02:10
matsamanand hard disks are _cheap_02:10
matsamanbig ones are02:11
matsamanif you're just curious on the other hand, I can get behind that02:11
alazymatsaman: now you get it. I'm curious.02:11
matsamancuriosity is worthwhile, IMO02:11
alazydmesg has some messages: [sde] tag#9 uas_eh_abort_handler 0 uas-tag 11 inflight: CMD OUT02:13
alazy[sde] tag#8 CDB: Write(10) sa 00 04 b6 ba 98 00 04 00 0002:13
alazythat repeans a few dozen times at least02:14
alazyuas_eh_device_reset_handler start02:14
alazylog I/O error -502:15
alazyxfs_do_force_shutdown0x2) called from line ...02:15
alazyLog I/O Error Detected Sutting down filesystem02:15
alazyPlease unmount tye filesystem and rectify the problems02:15
alazywriteback error on sector .... several times02:15
alazyBut... this disk works perfectly well when attached to internal SATA, and other disks work perfectly well when attached to this bay.02:16
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guivercalazy, I'd check connectors are clean & check your PSU is providing correct & consistent power from what describe (ie. hardware issues)02:29
alazyFinding duplicates on the disk with jdupes seems to work without problems. Problem seems to be writes, whether one large file or many small.02:31
guivercI don't know disk type, but many drives need/draw more power on writes than reads02:33
alazyIt's a 2.5" laptop drive running in a bay with it's own power adapter that has run 3.5" drives hard for a long time with no trouble.02:42
nubonixhi there, was hoping someone could help me with a problem im encountering, so i keep experiencing system freezes periodically, i am able to move my mouse, and the sound keeps playing (youtube) from my headphones, but the freeze doesnt go away until i see the taskbar refreshed. How can i cure my pc of this cold?02:48
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Bashing-omnubonix: Got some desktop real estate you can make available in which to open two additional terminals and "watch" for what is going on ?03:22
nubonixBashing-om wdym03:24
nubonixive got fairly good hardware, so shouldnt be a problem03:24
Bashing-omnubonix: Well, one can run "top" in onbe of the terminals .. and "journalctl -f" in another - see what is taking place when the system freezes up ( memory ??).03:25
nubonixdoubt it, got 48gb but im idling at like 23gb being used so03:26
nubonix(i am doing some webscraping tho)03:26
Bashing-omnubonix: Might then keep on eye on "free" and see if swap is being hammered - is one thought.03:27
alazyI found out my issue from an hour ago is due to the uas driver not playing well with the jmicron usb-sata converter.03:28
nubonixBashing-om well, journalctl is show quite alot of errors... apparmor not liking discord, redis complaining about NOAUTH, ntopng failing as well, a bit about kubernetes as well, nothing was highlighted with kubernets tho03:29
Bashing-omnubonix: Looks like you have lots of work cut out for yourself :(03:32
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nubonixmm, not too bad i guess, removed all but the kubernets errors so03:33
nubonixye just seems to be kubernetes now, so nw, just gotta update config file and find out why there are port collissions, tyvm Bashing-om03:35
Bashing-omnubonix: Good hunting - I did little - just a nudge is all it took :P03:39
nubonixwell i still appreciate it, cause that freeze was super annoying03:39
nubonixand i kinda spaced about journalctl03:40
nubonixalso didnt know it had a builtin tail -f, so thats kinda nice03:40
Bashing-omnubonix: Uh Huh - not a day goes by we do not learn something new - when we go looking.03:42
metaljack34after i installed nvidia driver, i can't boot ubuntu 18.04 any more. I tried to boot in recovery mode, after a few seconds it shows me a menu, i quickly select root from the menu and screen gets blank again. Should I change any parameter in the grub menu for recovery mode?04:15
robertparkerxso I have to remove the ppa and my hosting added a mirror list -- this is all that is in sources.d.list. So can I remove all that's in sources.d.list and be able to do the upgrade to 20.0404:31
HashI am on 18.04 on my server too, not upgraded yet because of fear04:49
HashNever know how upgrades go.04:49
HashMake sure to backup the server, make backup images or what not04:50
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punkgeekWhich vnc server is the fastest in the local network? x11vnc or tightvnc or ...09:10
droid3having trouble with snapcraft.yaml how to create it and where to put it in my main branch of my repo????09:38
droid3Sometimes i only get create a recipe and sometimes i can get create a recipe as well as create a snap package in launchpad09:38
droid3so convoluted bullshit just to get the ability to publish to a app store09:38
droid3plus not even sure how popular or good using https://snapcraft.io is09:39
droid3can you even publish to anything other then snapcraft.io with launchpad09:39
guivercdroid3, please watch the language09:39
droid3i need help  with the yaml file and i need help with where you can publish to after you get a build on launchpad???09:40
droid3I got older repo on github that i was able to mirror over but i dont have a .yaml file or structure09:41
droid3so how do i add the .yaml and how do i create one is there any example ones i can just modify and push to my github account then just mirror over to my launchpad account09:42
droid3ridiculous ridiculous09:42
droid3but getting closer. because then it wont be the build process of the package it be the publishing to a app store issue more09:42
nubonixhow can i get pam to ignore discord? i keep getting AVC apparmor="DENIED" operation="open" profile="snap.discord.discord" via journalctl10:07
jpdsnubonix: That's not PAM, that's AppArmor10:09
nubonixo, well how can i get apparmor to ignore discord?10:09
leshaste is there a graphical tool to show the amount of data being uploaded/downloaded?10:12
jpdsleshaste: There's several10:13
leshastejpds, could you name one please?10:13
leshasteI am on 20.0410:14
jpdsvnstat, prometheus, there's a network monitoring graphical tool on gnome10:14
ogradroid3, https://snapcraft.io/docs/creating-a-snap, https://ubuntu.com/tutorials/create-your-first-snap#1-overview and for questions once you worked through these tutorials there is https://forum.snapcraft.io10:27
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ahylightHow to know which kernel modules are available in 20.10 Rpi version ?11:16
ahylightis there a page which shows the kernel options of 20.10 raspbeery pi version?11:16
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BluesKajHowdy folks12:57
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strkfor some reason my .local addresses sometime resolve and some other time do not resolve, how can I debug what's going on ?13:15
MIFstrk what vision are you running?13:18
strkworst: in one case right now `host` doens't resolve the .local domain, while `ssh` and `ping` both are able to do it13:18
strk"cdb" host is Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS, "cin" host is a Debian GNU/Linux 9.12 (stretch)13:19
strkfrom "cdb" I have `ssh` and `ping` capable of resolving `cin.local`, while `host` is not capable13:19
MIFwhat do your log files show?13:19
strkfrom "cin" neither host nor ssh or ping do resolve 'cdb.local'13:20
strkwhat should I grep in logs ? I don't think I ever saw name resolution traces in logs13:20
MIFis cdb and cin 2 different machines13:20
MIFthere is no Sed?13:21
MIFis Drone a human?13:21
strkdifferent machines13:21
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HamidrezaHi, I have ubuntu 20 lts and I set dns in netplan but13:39
HamidrezaI can not resolve names13:39
MIFdid you set it up in dbind913:41
HamidrezaMIF, I installed bind on another server13:42
interrobangdheeeello, i have a problem with Snap ->  api.snapcraft.io: no such host <- but nslookup api.snapcraft.io works13:43
interrobangdany idea?13:43
MIFHamidreza I am sorry I wish I could help you but I can't. If you wait a while you would be able to get someone who could help you13:44
HamidrezaMIF, No problem,thanks13:45
MIFSorry again13:45
ograinterrobangd, do you use a proxy by chance ? ... also, there is #snappy and https://forum.snapcraft.io for snap related questions13:46
lotuspsychjeHamidreza: try #ubuntu-server13:50
interrobangdogra, thx13:50
Hamidrezalotuspsychje, thank you13:53
lotuspsychjewelcome Kurozen14:12
Kurozenhow do I check size of iGPU reserved memory?14:12
KurozenSet to AUTO in bios, wondwering how much AUTO is.14:13
KurozenKSysGuard does not tell me HW reserved amount.14:13
KurozenOh wait, I have 8GB installe,d but it says Memory 4 GB of 5.814:21
Kurozenso I guess 8 - 5.8 = iGPU HW Reserved then14:21
* bilal is happy to join this channel about ubuntu14:40
* bilal this is it's first time using irc14:41
leftyfbbilal: This is a support channel. If you are interested in chatting, feel free to join #ubuntu-offtopic14:42
bilalthank you and sorry this is the first time i use irc14:43
tomz_hello, I've ported a package over to PPA and got surprised that my systemd service file is installed by default. Apt-get install has this line:14:53
tomz_Created symlink /etc/systemd/system/multi-user.target.wants/[etc] [etc].14:53
tomz_How do I get my systemd service to NOT be enabled by default?14:54
wedrAnyone who is familiar with Ubuntu and Git Alias, can you show me how to properly fix a git alias command? The goal is to delete local branches that are no longer being tracked on the remote origin.        https://hatebin.com/bgooqoyiul15:17
wedrThe confusion arises from the git alias command and how the && is interpreted in the terminal15:17
wedrI have seen mixed reports about "You have to use &&" or "you need to use semi-colon" in a git alias command statement.15:18
pavloswedr the && is a conditional to execute the second command provided the first command was successful.15:24
wedrand that will fail if the first command doesn't print anything?15:24
pavloswedr yes, if the -prune fails, it will not branch15:25
wedrpavlos, What if I don't even care if the first command fails. How would i continue to process the 2nd command?15:28
pavloswedr: then you could use ; example: git fetch --prune ; git branch -vv15:29
wedroh, so that's what the semi-colon means15:30
wedrlet me try. thanks15:30
lambdaguy101i booted up my pc, to find out that all of the files inside my user folder are visible on the desktop and the desktop folder is missing. what do i do?15:31
pavloswedr: typical example, "apt update && apt upgrade". If update fails, upgrade will not run. Only if update is clean, continue with upgrade.15:31
lambdaguy101Uploaded file: https://uploads.kiwiirc.com/files/fdefa3b1684565eb378347aca24883d6/Screenshot%20from%202020-12-07%2017-31-26.png15:31
wedr.gitconfig file made the 2nd command as comment, so it's getting ignored.15:32
wedrif I used semi-colons15:32
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pavloswedr: but ... "apt update ; apt upgrade" upgrade will run regardless if update failed15:34
wedrthat's only when you're running a normal bash script.15:34
wedrIt issue lies in the git alias15:34
pavloswedr: include your alias in double quotes, fetchPrune = " !git fetch --prune && git branch -vv | awk '$1 !~ /*/ {print $1 " " $4}' | awk '$2 ~ /gone]/ {print $1}' | xargs --no-run-if-empty git branch -D "15:43
wedrSolved. Also the first awk needs to have the double-quotes be escaped. :D15:44
wedrthanks so much15:44
faLUKEI'm trying to do-release-upgrade from 18.04  and obtain http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/bvW69Z4vYx/16:40
faLUKEhow can I fix it? thanks16:40
ThinkT510faLUKE: what does sudo apt-get update show?16:41
faLUKEI'm trying to do-release-upgrade from 18.04  and obtain http://paste.ubuntu.com/p/bvW69Z4vYx/16:43
faLUKEhow can I fix it? thanks16:43
faLUKE(sorry, I had connection problems)16:43
ThinkT510faLUKE: what does sudo apt-get update show?16:44
faLUKEFetched 200 kB in 4s (50,7 kB/s)16:44
faLUKEReading package lists... Done16:44
ThinkT510faLUKE: if you are havving connection issues then that seems to be consistant wit the error it has given you16:46
faLUKEThinkT510: I'm not having issues now16:47
faLUKEThinkT510: I have a slow connection, but not issues16:47
ThinkT510faLUKE: how slow? a do-release-upgrade is going to need to download gigabytes...16:48
faLUKEThinkT510: then it fails if the connection is slow?16:48
faLUKEThinkT510: that error msg is misleading then16:51
ThinkT510faLUKE: i'm not sure sorry16:51
ThinkT510faLUKE: it says either the network connetion or the server, perhaps you could try a different mirror?16:52
LordDoskiashello i'd like to remap my wacom intuos s pad button to some custom keys, remapping them to kbd keys work, however when i want to remap a button to send a mouse click even it doesn't16:57
LordDoskiasi.e i have remapped button 4 to "9" being some side button click (on my mouse): /usr/share/libwacom/intuos-s-p3.tablet16:58
LordDoskiasxsetwacom set "Wacom Intuos S Pad pad" "Button" "8" "button +9 "16:58
LordDoskiasbut it's not doing anything in mypaint16:58
chosigLordDoskias: Try this https://wiki.mbirth.de/know-how/software/linux/remapping-mouse-buttons.html17:18
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robertparkerxI want to upgrade to 20.04 but my server has a mirror in sources.d.list that I don't know what to do with. I now know how to remove the ppa that I have currently.18:38
naribiaubuntu 20 looks friggin sick18:40
pavlosyou could rename that file from .list to .listbad then apt update should not use it18:40
robertparkerxThat will make it so there are no lists18:40
robertparkerxIs that okay?18:40
pavlosrobertparkerx: can you paste ls /etc/apt/sources.list.d/18:41
pavlosrobertparkerx: which is bad?18:43
robertparkerxWell I understood I had to remove all the ppa, so just moving them out of the directory is what I read was okay.18:43
robertparkerxThe only other would be hetzner-mirror.list18:43
pavlosrobertparkerx: so make a new dir oldstuff/ and mv all those files in there18:44
robertparkerxthen run dist upgrade18:44
pavlosrobertparkerx: no, run sudo apt update first18:45
pavlosrobertparkerx: it should show just the default ubuntu lines as can be found in /etc/apt/sources.list18:45
robertparkerxThen after the apt-get update I can run dist upgrade?18:47
pavlosrobertparkerx: you may need upgrade first just in case some pkg needs upgrade, then you can do dist-upgrade18:48
robertparkerxAh I forgot about this now I remember18:48
pavlosrobertparkerx: this page helps ... https://itsfoss.com/upgrade-ubuntu-version/18:50
robertparkerxit says 8 packages can be updated but when i run `apt-get update && apt-get upgrade` nothing happens19:32
robertparkerxI got it with apt-get --with-new-pkgs upgrade19:34
bilalhello everyone i have an error message when i boot ubuntu 20.04 :19:39
bilal[    0.476138] tpm_crb MSFT0101:00: can't request region for resource [mem 0xa4fff000-0xa4fff02f]19:39
bilalwhat is the solution19:40
pavlosrobertparkerx: just do, "sudo apt update"  does it tell you some packages upgradable?19:43
robertparkerxI got it now19:43
robertparkerxSorry about that19:43
pavlosbilal: does it list a device (eg. /dev/sda2) after that error?19:47
bilaland yes i get some upgradable packages after sudo apt update19:52
bilaland then i did a system update19:52
bilalbut i keep getting this errro19:52
bilalerror not errro19:53
pavlosbilal: go in BIOS and disable tpm security19:53
droid3curious what application hosting site is the best aka is snapcraft.io any good in terms of how many linux distros by default have software-center set to use it ???19:54
pavlosbilal: you 're asking me how to get into BIOS?19:54
bilalno how to disable tpm security19:55
droid3or is there any way to get your app into the default repo that software-center initially looks up app to display in its window19:55
pavlosbilal: it is an option in BIOS19:55
bilalbut i cant find it19:55
droid3or if i host on snapcraft.io will the end user have to add another repo location to his software-center because that a deterrent for me going thru the trouble of packaging my software up only to host on a site that not many distro use by default19:56
droid3that the only major issue i am wondering about when it comes to actually publishing my software to a hosting site after i go thru the pain in the butt step of building a deployment package19:57
imbezolbilal: what version of ubuntu? and what hardware are you using?19:58
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bilalToshiba 2.5" HDD MK..76GSX hard drive19:59
bilaland intel 4 core processor20:00
droid3well i can give you mine but i want to target as many debian based distros as i can20:00
droid3and that would need some way to get the software into the main default repos of each major distro20:00
droid3which i am lost and figuring out how to go about this sounds like a big shit stain when it comes to find app hosting sites that are one button click installer based for the end user20:01
droid3very freaking easy to deploy software on a handful of computers or to friends but trying to deploy it for the masses is a whole other ballgame20:02
droid3i am finding20:02
droid3very frustrating with deployment to the mass20:02
droid3but its one of those things i am stuck in a loop because its an important part of software development actually having your software out there in usable format that everybody finds easy to install/uninstall and use.20:03
pavlosbilal: install inxi (sudo apt install inxi), then paste the output of inxi -F20:03
droid3why whats that all about i dont really want to install other bs programs what purpose would i want with that20:04
bilalthanks i will do20:04
imbezoldroid3: i'm not sure this is the place to ask about getting your software into all repos.20:04
droid3i can do a uname for you if you want my linux distro info20:04
imbezoldroid3: you could start with some basic searching... first hit i get is this: https://askubuntu.com/questions/16446/how-to-get-my-software-into-ubuntu20:05
droid3well it doesnt nessarily have to go into all repos . i am just trying to find a way to make it show up in all gui based package managers for most major linux distros ... be it .deb , .rpm , .tar.xz  aka debain , redhat , slackware based flavors20:06
bilalSystem:    Host: bilal Kernel: 5.4.0-56-generic x86_64 bits: 64 Desktop: Gnome 3.36.4 Distro: Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS (Focal Fossa)20:06
bilalMachine:   Type: Laptop System: ASUSTeK product: X540LA v: 1.0 serial: <superuser/root required>20:06
bilal           Mobo: ASUSTeK model: X540LA v: 1.0 serial: <superuser/root required> UEFI: American Megatrends v: X540LA.30320:06
bilal           date: 08/31/201820:06
bilalBattery:   ID-1: BAT0 charge: 23.0 Wh condition: 33.0/33.2 Wh (100%)20:06
bilalCPU:       Topology: Dual Core model: Intel Core i3-5005U bits: 64 type: MT MCP L2 cache: 3072 KiB20:06
bilal           Speed: 798 MHz min/max: 500/1900 MHz Core speeds (MHz): 1: 798 2: 797 3: 796 4: 79820:06
bilalGraphics:  Device-1: Intel HD Graphics 5500 driver: i915 v: kernel20:06
bilal           Display: x11 server: X.Org 1.20.8 driver: i915 resolution: 1366x768~60Hz20:06
bilal           OpenGL: renderer: Mesa Intel HD Graphics 5500 (BDW GT2) v: 4.6 Mesa 20.0.820:06
pavlos!paste | bilal20:06
ubottubilal: For posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://paste.ubuntu.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com/ !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.20:06
bilalAudio:     Device-1: Intel Broadwell-U Audio driver: snd_hda_intel20:06
bilal           Device-2: Intel Wildcat Point-LP High Definition Audio driver: snd_hda_intel20:06
droid3i can make deb , rpm , tar.xz installer packages locally its usually hard for me to figure out how third party site need source package formats to do it for me20:06
bilal           Sound Server: ALSA v: k5.4.0-56-generic20:06
bilalNetwork:   Device-1: Realtek RTL810xE PCI Express Fast Ethernet driver: r816920:06
bilal           IF: enp2s0f2 state: down mac: 04:92:26:70:95:d420:06
bilal           Device-2: Realtek RTL8723BE PCIe Wireless Network Adapter driver: rtl8723be20:06
bilal           IF: wlp3s0 state: up mac: 00:f4:8d:23:f9:e020:07
bilalDrives:    Local Storage: total: 298.09 GiB used: 26.51 GiB (8.9%)20:07
bilal           ID-1: /dev/sda vendor: Toshiba model: MK3276GSX size: 298.09 GiB20:07
bilalPartition: ID-1: / size: 291.92 GiB used: 26.50 GiB (9.1%) fs: ext4 dev: /dev/sda220:07
bilalSensors:   System Temperatures: cpu: 39.0 C mobo: N/A20:07
bilal           Fan Speeds (RPM): cpu: 180020:07
bilalInfo:      Processes: 260 Uptime: 1h 26m Memory: 3.74 GiB used: 1.17 GiB (31.2%) Shell: bash inxi: 3.0.3820:07
bilalthis is the outpout of inxi -F20:07
droid3but once i have the .deb , .rpm ,...etc is there a site that consolidates or get used from all the gui package managers of all the distros20:07
bilalsorry, i am new to irc20:07
pavlosbilal: when you paste many lines, better to use the pastebinit tool20:07
bilalyes i will do this in the futur20:07
imbezoldroid3: short answer is no20:07
droid3did anybody think about just making a community repo that every single hosting site get incorporated into...so weather you host on snapcraft.io or somewhere else it well always just show up in any machines gui package manager20:08
droid3without having the end user add a repo location which confuses them20:08
imbezolpackages have to go through testing and such for each distro. it's not that simple.20:09
imbezoland again, it's off-topic for this channel20:09
pavlosdroid3: maybe #ubuntu-discuss is better channel20:10
=== ijohnson|lunch is now known as ijohnson
droid3if the answer is no then the next best thing is ...is there away to look up what the most popular app hosting sites for unix/linux based distros are and just focus on getting your app into those repos or hosting sites associated by default with those top distros20:10
droid3ok thanks for the talk dude, i find it a really pain to make popular for linux :(20:11
lederpdis this the right place to ask about a desktop environment? I'm looking for one that looks like XP.20:19
coconutlederpd, basicly is, seeing that ubuntu has different flavors20:20
CH4KO21hi everyone, i have a problèm with firewall someone help me ?20:20
Deano59CH4KO21: don't ask to ask, ask your question and wait for a reply. :)20:20
pavlosbilal: can you disable secure boot in BIOS (that option does exist) and see if you get that error (tpm_crb...) upon boot?20:21
coconutledeni, in my opinion if you want to see something xp, you want to search for mint or a distro with kde as desktop.20:22
CH4KO21Ok, i work with ufw for open port, but when i see on web he say is not opened20:23
NeilGhow do I list all of the installed snaps?20:23
Deano59CH4KO21: do you have something running on the said port?20:23
pavlosNeilG: sudo snap list20:23
NeilGpavlos, thanks!20:23
CH4KO21Deano59: Normaly yes i have panel and a game server20:24
pavloslederpd: https://www.fosslinux.com/41281/how-to-make-ubuntu-look-like-windows-xp.htm20:27
CH4KO21Do you have a solution ?20:33
=== zutat43 is now known as zutat
leftyfbledeni: look at Ubuntu mate. Though I don't know why on earth anyone would strike to make their desktop look like an OS that was EOL'd over 10 years ago20:38
ddubyais there a tool to remap keyboard shortcuts per-application, automatically like imwheel but for keyboard20:39
ddubyae.g. the mapping rules are based on the focused window20:39
Deano59leftyfb: agreed. why, just why?20:39
=== nt0_ is now known as nt0
ddubyai found "autokey", seems to work21:05
droid3getting this error when building a snap package on launchpad21:18
droid3Download snap "ubuntu-core" from channel "stable" (snap not found)21:18
droid3how is this an issue as its building it on launchpads servers not on my machine so how would i even clear that issue up21:25
jpdsdroid3: I suggest #launchpad21:37
Deano59sorry, don't click random youtube links.21:54
=== Triffid_Hunter_ is now known as Triffid_Hunter
Deano59waveform: what's the KMS setting on 20.10?22:20
Deano59dtoverlay=vc4-kms-v3d or?22:21
Deano59or do you know, Maik ?22:22
Deano59nvm Maik and waveform :) it's got -pi4 at the end22:29
ledenileftyfb coconut sorry but you need respond to diffrent nick name --> lederpd23:43
john_ramboUsing 20.04 ... Bluetooth signal is very weak. Headset sound stops/cracks ...Tested the same headset with my mobile phone & there was no signal loss ...How to troubleshoot this ?23:50
faLUKEhello. I need to understand all the operations made by "apt-get install python3-daphne" (for example: if it creates users, services etc.). How can I proceed?23:51
sarnoldfaLUKE: you can download all the packages that will be installed and review the preinst / postinst / prerm / postrm scripts23:51
jeremy31john_rambo: If you have a Broadcom bluetooth device, nothing can really be done23:51
john_rambojeremy31, Bus 001 Device 005: ID 0a12:0001 Cambridge Silicon Radio, Ltd Bluetooth Dongle (HCI mode)23:52
john_ramboBus 001 Device 004: ID 148f:7601 Ralink Technology, Corp. MT7601U Wireless Adapter23:52
john_rambojeremy31, sorry ... one sec23:52
jeremy31john_rambo: I am not going to touch a CSR bluetooth, been too many issues in the past.23:53
faLUKEsarnold: how can i download them into some dir?23:53
sarnoldfaLUKE: apt download23:53
faLUKE(instead of installing)23:53
sarnoldfaLUKE: there's dpkg-something tool to unpack them, too, but I never figured out how to work it; I always just use ar x to get the data and control tarballs, and then unpack those by hand with tar, too23:54
john_rambojeremy31, so no way to improve the signal ? ... Which Bluetooth dongle performs well ?23:54
oerheks0a12:0001Bluetooth 2.0/1.2/1.1 standard features .. not the latest standards23:55
jeremy31john_rambo: Bluetooth performance can be affected by how many wifi channels are being used on 2.4Ghz23:55
jeremy31oerheks: that same ID is used on BT 4.0 devices, CSR is too cheap to use another ID23:56
sarnoldjohn_rambo: linux bluetooth is not great. the mobile phone folks have invested way more into making bluetooth less terrible23:56
john_rambojeremy31, How to find how many wifi channels are being used on 2.4Ghz ?23:56
jeremy31john_rambo: Android phone, wifi radar app23:57
john_ramboOk .. Thanks23:57
faLUKEsarnold: thanks, I donwloaded end extracted the deb stuff. Inside, I have a /usr/bin dir with "# EASY-INSTALL-ENTRY-SCRIPT: "  . Is this the preinst ?23:58
sarnoldfaLUKE: probably not; the preinst and postinst files are in the control tarball23:59

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