IrcsomeBot<codywohlers> RO4000:18
IrcsomeBot<codywohlers> RO4O00:19
alkisgskramer: try some other vnc servers / viewers to check if the problem is in the software or elsewhere (slow GPU RAM, issues with networking or the window manager...)05:48
alkisgx11vnc as the server and realvnc or tigervnc as the viewer should be the fastest05:48
tomreynskramer: other than that, you could also run a traceroute between the two, such as mtr (package mtr-tiny, or mtr, if you really want a GUI), in both directions, at the same time, to see whether it's a network issue.05:52
tomreynkeep in mind that the two computers won't talk to each other directly but through the wireless access point, which *can actually have more difficulties talking to the two computers if they are physically close to one another05:53
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IrcsomeBot<Oov> I can't change my startup window i tried but it wont change how can i fix this06:11
skrameralkisg: Thanks for your advice, will try later on.06:37
skramertomreyn: Thank you as well, of course06:42
tomreyn:) you're welcome06:51
IrcsomeBot<serhii_ivanchenko> U9L12:29
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IrcsomeBot<Pixel> Do you mean the Login Screen? What do you want to change? (re @Oov: I can't change my startup window i tried but it wont change how can i fix this)12:35
IrcsomeBot<Oov> The startup screen (re @Pixel: Do you mean the Login Screen? What do you want to change?)12:49
IrcsomeBot<Oov> O changed it once and it wont change again12:50
BluesKajHi all13:00
IrcsomeBot<Technopat_Official> 🙏 (re @IrcsomeBot: <BluesKaj> Hi all)16:29
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IrcsomeBot<Oov> how to change plymouth in kubuntu19:33
IrcsomeBot<Oov> And how to update kenral from terminal19:34
IrcsomeBot<Maik_aD> kernel updates come with the other updates when available. If you mean how to install a later kernel like 5.16 then i have to say it's not recommended to do so and it's at your own risk. It's not supported.19:37
oerhekskernel updates happen with apt update && apt upgrade19:37
oerheksthere *are* newer kernels indeed, for testing, see mainline19:38
ubottuThe kernel team supply continuous mainline kernel builds which can be useful for tracking down issues or testing recent changes in the Linux kernel. More information is available at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/MainlineBuilds19:38
oerheksbut then you are on your own19:38
IrcsomeBot<Maik_aD> Oov I get the impression you are rather new to Linux and as a newcomer i wouldn't go about messing around much with a stable system. :)19:43
IrcsomeBot<Maik_aD> Of course you are free to do whatever you want with it but i wouldn't recommend to do so. ;)19:44
oerheksindeed, you must have a reason to do so; new hardware or something like that19:45
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