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CoreDreamSolHi friends, I am trying to join the Linux revolution, slowly but surely. :-)00:44
CoreDreamSolAlso good afternoon/evening/morning.00:44
CoreDreamSolI am being told Looking Glass is a good KVM companion so I can use my Nvidia GPU in a VM?00:45
CoreDreamSolI still need my Steam games and certain Adobe products so I'm forced to use Windows 10 as a vm anyway,00:45
CoreDreamSolHi hi00:45
CoreDreamSolIs it hard to set that up?00:50
CoreDreamSolI assume I can use either QEMU or VirtualBox, both have KVM00:50
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GSMarquisI dropped Windows, Mac OS, for proper Ubuntu and its flavors 8 years ago today. It was a start of a Christmas extended vacation break from work and had the time to play. I boot Windows once a year for Turbo Tax. Other than that, its been an Ubuntu or flavor ever sense.02:02
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juano-M<juano-M "kdeconnect in Kubuntu is not det"> Ok, I just discover by try and error, it appears that the new company's router may have a hidden firewall. It was installed 2 weeks ago. 😏03:11
magic_ninjahow should I upgrade to 20.10 if packages have been held back?03:50
magic_ninjaShould I just wait until they are not held back anymore?03:50
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> What packages are held back?  If the held packages are due to a ppa  package, you may need to  ppa-purge .04:15
HashWhen I click downloaded files in chrome, they don't open in the associated program in KDE. They used to in 18.0405:12
HashIn 20.04 it no longer works05:12
HashHow to fix this? Any ideas?05:12
HashWhen I double click archive, I want it to open in ark, not anothe folder in dolphin05:13
HashWhat all changed, this is very annoying05:13
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BluesKajHi folks11:52
kab0mHi everyone. My sister accientally deleted th package wireless-regdb and panically shutdown her laptop with ubuntu while processing. after that the laptop stays black after the grub prompt. i booted via liveusb and did a "apt dist-upgrade". Now i can only boot via rescue mode and acpi=off, no audio device is found, no network device is found and the touchpad does not work...how can i fix this machine? Thanks in advance12:02
tomreynreinstalling the package may help12:08
tomreynif it has ethernet, this may work without this package installed.12:09
kab0m@tomreyn i only have ethernet via liveusb, and i already reinstalled that package, but nothing chnaged...still no network devices, audio devices and touchpad.12:11
kab0mi have no idea what has gone wrong with this machine. is there a way to "fix" or reinstall ALL packages without reinstalling the whole system?12:12
tomreynkab0m: reinstalling all packages could be done, but this doesn'T really serve any purpose. if you are having data loss due to a broken storage you should replace the storage and do a full new installation instead.12:14
kab0mtomreyn: im not so sure about a real data loss, as i can still boot in rescue mode with acpi=off flag.12:15
tomreynkab0m: if just reinstalling this package didn'T fix the problem then something else is wrong, or you made additional changes after it broke which you have not yet reverted.12:15
tomreyni would start yby taking a look at the logs.12:15
tomreynif you want to share them: journalctl -b | nc termbin.com 999912:16
kab0mtomreyn: i did a "apt dist-upgrade" and a "apt full-upgrade" in a booted live-usb when chrooted into the system.12:18
tomreynthat's fine with me.12:19
kab0mtomreyn: should i run the journal command at any time when the system is running in rescue mode?12:19
tomreynjournalctl -b    displays what was logged by your system (kernel and systemd, the init system / process manager) and the running processes since the latest boot.12:20
tomreynit doesn't matter whether or not this was a rescue boot, unless /var/log/journal wasn't made writable, then there's be no logs.12:21
tomreynactually there's still be logs, but just from memory,12:21
tomreynnot about previous boots, as systemd-journald normally provides.12:22
kab0mok. how can i export the logs to a file so i can transfer it via usb from the machine that has no network device?12:25
tomreynjournalctl -b > /path/to/logfile 2>&112:26
kab0mtomreyn: ok, thank you ;)12:27
tomreynyou're welcome12:28
kab0mOk, here is the logfile: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/3XWkNsRFSD/ i dont really what i should look out for.12:36
kab0mwhen i try to boot "normally" (non rescue mode) the boot process always stops at "hid-generic 0003:048D:C100.0002: input,hiddev0,hidraw0: USB HID v1.10 Keyboard [ITE Tech. Inc. ITE Device(8910)] on usb-0000:00:14.0-9/input0"12:46
tomreyncan you boot into rescue without acpi=off though?12:58
tomreynit seems the nvidia driver doesn't like this option too much12:58
tomreynyou have a service called "pipewire-pulse.service" which tried to run software that ios not available ("Failed at step EXEC spawning /usr/bin/pipewire-pulse: No such file or directory")13:00
tomreynin line 2014 you see network-manager starting but failing to do so since another copy of its DBus service is already active.13:04
tomreynin line 961, NetworkManager starts the first time13:05
tomreynit seems like no wireless device is detected by network manager, and probably the kernel as a whle.13:07
tomreynyou should run    lspci -knnv    and see whether there is one listed13:07
tomreynkab0m: ^13:08
kab0mtomreyn: when i try to boot in to rescue mode without acpi=off the screen stays black and nothing happens after grub.13:10
tomreynkab0m: hmm, maybe try without "acpi=off" but with "nomodeset" or "nvidia.modeset=0"13:13
tomreynactally i thinkt he latter should be "nvidia.drm.modeset=0"13:16
tomreyn(instead of "nvidia.modeset=0")13:16
tomreynso this looks like an nvidia issue to me, not one related to the wireless regdb13:17
kab0mtomreyn: did not work. none of them...hmmm13:18
tomreynkab0m: did you do an "apt update" before the "apt dist-upgrade"?13:18
tomreynand did you have initrds rewritten?13:19
kab0mtomreyn: i tried but kde was telling me: in kde neon please use pkcon instead of apt update13:19
kab0mtomreyn: i did a "update-grub and "update-initramfs -u -k all"13:20
tomreynokay, and did you run pkcon?13:20
kab0mtomreyn: pkcon did not work in the chroot environment because o any service missing...it was a real pain haha13:21
tomreynit's usually better not to update *all* initrds in such situations so you 'll still have older kernels with their older initrds available.13:22
tomreynthats just a suggestion for next time you'rein this situation13:22
kab0mtomreyn: thank you ;)13:23
kab0mshould i try to uninstall the nvidia driver in live usb mode? maybe it boots with the default nuoveau driver13:24
tomreynit would be good to see a log from when the screen remained black, if you can produce this and make it available.13:24
tomreynmaybe temporarily uninstalling the nvidia driver could help, yes. or disabling secure boot is thats enabled13:24
kab0mtomreyn: i dint know how i should produce a logfile from the state of a blackscreen.13:25
tomreynyou boot into the blkackscreen, wait a while for it to boot up fully, then ctrl-alt-f to switch toi a tty, then ctrl-alt-del to trigger a reboot. journalctl -b -1 should then have the previous log.13:26
tomreyni'm afraid i need to leave it there for a bit, i need an hour of beauty sleep ;-)13:26
tomreyngood luck.13:26
kab0mtomreyn: thank you very much for your help so far. Sleep well ;_)13:35
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IrcsomeBot<Max> hello everyone. single ssd with win10 and kubuntu and leap. opensuse's grub recognizes and install all 3 OSs. kubuntu 's grub only itself and win10. my mistake, or bug? regards14:51
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> @Max, I have seen issues with Kubuntu install failing to find all boot devices.  This video may help fix it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7meKJsjqfY15:25
IrcsomeBot<Max> 👍 tnx15:26
IrcsomeBot<Swift110> Kdeconnect is amazing. I even have it on my macbook15:26
IrcsomeBot<ri5h46h> @DarinMiller, can't we use os-prober for that ?15:29
IrcsomeBot<DarinMiller> Yes, OS prober should work.  We need to fix the installer so no repair is required, However, I don't test multiple non-*buntu installations very often, so this issue misses our normal test procedures.15:55
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IrcsomeBot<Ren Will> do anyone have some new stuffs21:01
IrcsomeBot<smhk1379> @Ren Will, What kind of stuffs?21:02
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joe_schmoehow are you23:10
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joe_schmoedo you have discord23:11
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voxeltekid prefer not to reveal it just yet23:11
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