tarzeauif apt says: nvidia-modprobe (>= 510.47.03) but 450.51.05-0ubuntu1 is to be installed06:06
tarzeaubecause i have ubuntu AND nvidia cuda repos... how can i tell it to ignore 450* 06:07
tarzeaupinning? 06:07
tarzeauahhhh local pinning of someone else, removing it fixes it :)06:08
Bashing-omtarzeau: Wayland ? https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=Ubuntu-22.04-NV-Wayland-Default .06:09
alkisgOdd_Bloke: the force-firefox-snap update just landed; I killed it, added the mozillateam ppa with a priority of 1001, and everything is fine once more.06:23
alkisgThe benefit of mozillateam ppa vs ubuntuzilla is that it's the stock ubuntu package that Canonical will keep maintaining anyway, as long as 20.04 is supported. So e.g. it also contains the language packages, while ubuntuzilla doesn't.06:23
tarzeaualkisg: can you copy paste or link your ppa sources.list and the pinning file?07:16
tarzeauthe ppa will be not good for 22.04?07:17
tarzeaui still didn't decide if i go appimage, mozilla binary linux (only x86_64 not arm64?), or flatpak07:17
tarzeaupersonally i'd love to move to debian back (as they have working popcon.debian.org, unlike ubuntu)07:18
alkisgtarzeau: I'll write an ltsp.org page about it and send the link in a bit. The ppa is currently fine for 22.04, I'll keep using that as long as it works as it's the same process and binary that canonical provided for all these years07:18
tarzeaualkisg: thanks!07:18
tarzeaulotuspsychje: i've sent requestsyncs for photoqt and uftrace, let's see what happens: https://bugs.launchpad.net/%7Egagarin/+bugs?orderby=-id&start=007:19
alkisgtarzeau: actually here's the digest: sudo -i; add-apt-repository ppa:mozillateam/ppa; printf "Package: *\nPin: release o=LP-PPA-mozillateam\nPin-Priority: 1001\n" >/etc/apt/preferences.d/local07:21
alkisgAfter that you can normally update etc without getting the snap firefox07:21
tarzeauadd-apt-repository is long gone, you still have/use it?07:22
alkisgHmm where did you hear that?!07:22
tarzeauwe're just actively removing snap, so far nobody of 7 machines with 22.04 missed it :)07:22
tarzeauso maybe we can go all without firefox :)07:22
tarzeauoh wait it's there: https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?searchon=contents&keywords=add-apt-repository&mode=exactfilename&suite=impish&arch=any07:23
alkisgtarzeau: packages.ubuntu.com/software-properties-common07:23
alkisgIt's even having newer releases, I don't see any signs of deprecation07:23
alkisgIt's not preinstalled in ubuntu-gnome?07:23
tarzeauack, we're removing that as well07:23
alkisgEh, that's about normal .debs, why remove that one...07:24
lotuspsychjetarzeau: just seeing this bug #196062112:46
ubottuBug 1960621 in marco (Ubuntu Impish) "MATE Desktop session fails to start with NVIDIA 495 & 510 drivers" [Undecided, In Progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/196062112:46
Odd_BlokeChunkyz: I don't want to run snapd on my systems, and FF is transitioning to snap-only for 22.04.14:30
ChunkyzOdd_Bloke: oh, not good. do you know if ESR is doing the same?14:55
oerheksrun flatpak on your system as alternative?14:57
oerheksyou need to update those yourself..14:57
Odd_BlokeThere are PPAs and Mozilla also provide a deb, so I'll likely lean that way over Flatpak.16:25
Odd_BlokeChunkyz: I don't know, no.16:26
oerheksand *if* you don't want snaps, take a look what snaps are already on your system, when using gnome16:35
oerheksreally, i must laugh about snap arguments16:35
Odd_BlokeI only run Ubuntu derivatives which don't requires snaps, snapd is not installed on any of my systems. :)16:45
Odd_BlokeOnce I was no longer obliged to use them for work, I ditched them as fast as I could, lol16:50
Chunkyzwhat's the quickest way to remove a swap partition and use/get the space back?19:09
rdris there a known issue with installing the latest daily builds where it hangs on installing Firefox?19:10
Chunkyzrdr: I installed about an hour ago and firefox is fine...19:10
rdrhmmm maybe it's my vpn19:11
ChunkyzClient: HexChat 2.16.0 • OS: Ubuntu "jammy" 22.04 • CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6500T CPU @ 2.50GHz (2.50GHz) • Memory: Physical: 14.6 GiB Total (13.8 GiB Free) Swap: 3.9 GiB Total (3.9 GiB Free) • Storage: 103.8 GB / 2.2 TB (2.1 TB Free) • VGA: Intel Corporation HD Graphics 530 @ Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v5/E3-1500 v5/6th Gen Core Processor Host Bridge/DRAM Registers • Uptime: 3m 57s19:11
rdrChunkyz: what iso did you us19:11
Chunkyzjust need to get rid of swap and update plex then backup and I'm good :-) and the daily server rdr 19:12
rdrhuh even with VPN disabled it still can't reach the snap server19:24
rdrstuck on "Unpacking Firefox"19:25
rdrlooks like it's reported: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+bug/196580519:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1965805 in ubiquity (Ubuntu Jammy) "Ubiquity failure - Error while installing packages Ubuntu Jammy" [Critical, Confirmed]19:28
Chunkyzseems Firefox-ESR is still the .deb version whilst normal Firefox is the snap package...19:31
Chunkyzhow can I use virtualbox?19:34
rdri don't use virtualbox, i use GNOME-boxes which is a front-end for QEMU19:34
Chunkyzit fails with libvpx6 and libqt5opengl519:35
Chunkyzahh, just apt install it :-)19:37
Chunkyzinstalled with: sudo apt update sudo apt install virtualbox and rebooted, tried to open 'virtualbox' and: bash: virtualbox: command not found19:40
rdri don't use virtualbox but try typing virtual<TAB> and see what comes up19:42
rdrit might be named differently19:42
rdrbut QEMU is better for my purposes19:43
Chunkyznope nothing comes uup19:43
ChunkyzI just want to install winblows for something19:43
ChunkyzE: Package 'virtualbox-6.1' has no installation candidate even though it's listed as: virtualbox-6.119:44
rdrmight be broken19:45
Chunkyzvirtualbox-6.1/now 6.1.32-149290~Ubuntu~eoan amd64 [residual-config]19:45
Chunkyz  (none)19:45
sprnk[m]what about virt-manager and libvirt?19:46
ChunkyzE: Unable to locate package libvirt19:47
rdrtry installing virt-manager19:49
sprnk[m]just do virt-manager,  it pulls in libvirt19:50
rdrit's a front end for the same stuff that gnome-boxes is, but has more options19:50
sprnk[m]iirc gnome-boxes even makes a folder .local/share/libvirt. I wanna dig into how boxes works, but I haven't had the strength lol19:56
rdrhope you feel better sprnk[m] 19:57
rdri'm gonna go for the 22.04 install ON PRODUCTION19:57
rdrlololol no treally it's not a work computer19:57
rdrbut i'll test stuff19:57
sprnk[m]@rdr thanks :) I hope you find all the bugs for us 20:01
Chunkyzgave up :-) installed 20.04.4 instead. going to try now.21:37
ChunkyzClient: HexChat 2.14.3 • OS: Ubuntu "focal" 20.04 • CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6500T CPU @ 2.50GHz (800MHz) • Memory: 15.0 GiB Total (14.2 GiB Free) • Storage: 97.9 GB / 2.2 TB (2.1 TB Free) • VGA: Intel Corporation HD Graphics 530 @ Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v5/E3-1500 v5/6th Gen Core Processor Host Bridge/DRAM Registers • Uptime: 1m 30s21:37
alkisgChunkyz: `apt install virtualbox` in 22.04 should give you version 6.1.32-dfsg-1 and it should work with the `virtualbox` command; I've been using it daily since December.22:00
Chunkyzalkisg: well, not sure what to say; tried the daily build earlier, installed it, and no dice. the virt-manager said nothing was running so it couldn't do anything. it's broken...22:11
Chunkyzrunning command 'virtualbox' didn't reconise the command, not found. lol22:12

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