nsmlzlI get the following errors when I run "git submodule update --init --recursive" (under Ubuntu 20.04):00:32
nsmlzlgettext: error while loading shared libraries: libiconv.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory00:32
nsmlzlenvsubst: error while loading shared libraries: libiconv.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory00:32
nsmlzlGit clone of the repository was not a problem. What should I do?00:32
tomreynnsmlzl: hmm, this sounds like you may have installed third party packages or packages not meant for 20.0400:37
tomreyna package providing the file libiconv.so.2 does not seem to exist on ubuntu 20.0400:38
oerheksfrom libiconv-hook100:39
tomreynhttps://packages.ubuntu.com/focal/amd64/libiconv-hook-dev/filelist does not have this file00:40
tomreynoops thats -dev00:40
oerheksok, my query was libiconv ..00:41
tomreynright, nsmlzl's system is special00:41
nsmlzlI am using the oem kernel (linux-oem-20.04d)? Might this be connected?00:44
tomreynshow the output of:  apt policy git gettext libgettextpo000:45
tomreynon a pastebin00:45
wrwhen i have snap installed can i install programs out of snap files?00:46
oscurochuwhat DE does ubuntu have?00:46
tomreynoscurochu: defaults to gnome-shell (with ubuntu modifications, though you can also have the vanilla one)00:47
tomreyn!flavors | oscurochu00:47
ubottuoscurochu: Recognized Ubuntu flavors build on Ubuntu and provide a different user experience out of the box. They are supported both in #ubuntu and in their flavor channel. For a list, see https://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu-flavours00:47
oscurochuso ubuntu doesnt use unity anymore?00:47
wroscurochu, gnome i guess00:48
oscurochui didnt know i've been on gnome this whole time00:48
wroscurochu, but you can have any you want00:48
Bashing-om!unity | oscurochu00:48
ubottuoscurochu: Unity is a graphical shell for the GNOME desktop environment. Ubuntu used it by default from 11.04 to 17.04. For more information, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Unity00:48
oscurochuhow do i remove unity? i heard it has spyware00:50
tomreynwho told you that?00:50
wroscurochu, it's not spyware00:50
oscurochui want a regular gnome shell00:50
wroscurochu, no DE is spyware00:50
tomreynwr: what do you mean by "install programs out of snap files"?00:51
wrtomreyn, of a file00:51
wrtomreyn, of a snap file00:51
tomreynhmm, i don't think i'm getting the question still. maybe try a full sentence, give some background.00:52
wrtomreyn, how do you install this https://dl.leap.se/CalyxVPN/linux/calyx-vpn_0.21.6-18-gae09609_amd64.snap00:52
tomreynwr: i found this about snap offline installations - but i don't know whether it is still possible / supported: https://forum.snapcraft.io/t/offline-snap-installers-and-possibility-to-update/275/200:54
nsmlzltomreyn: here the output https://pastebin.com/Ht0y7szq00:54
tomreynis the calyx-vpn package not available from snap stor?00:54
tomreynoscurochu: did you actually read this?00:55
oscurochudid you?00:56
tomreynoscurochu: the intro text, nad i think i read it fully a long time ago00:56
leftyfboscurochu: ubuntu no longer contains Unity. Regardless, that article was about the Amazon search that was included in ubuntu for a short period of time and removed. This was years ago.00:56
tomreynwhich the intro text states, more or less00:56
sarnold"oh no the 'search amazon' widget searches amazon!"00:56
wrtomreyn, i guess not00:57
tomreynnsmlzl: this looks fine, so there must be another issue. maybe show also the output of    apt policy     and    apt list --installed | grep ',local\]$' | nc termbin.com 999900:58
ograwr, sudo snap install --dangerous /path/t👋your/package_amd64.snap ...00:59
ograbah ... emoji plugin00:59
tomreyn<wr> ok --dangerous option00:59
ograwr, --dangerous allows installation from local unchecked/unsigned snap files00:59
tomreynlooks like wr learnt this here before00:59
wrogra, --dangerous or --classic wont work01:00
ograit definitely should01:01
wrogra, the classic one will give "error: cannot find signatures with metadata for snap"01:01
ograif you combine it with --dangerous ?01:01
tomreynwr: which ubuntu version are you running again?01:01
wrogra, combined works :)01:02
ogra--dangerous means do not check anything i know this is a dangerous and likely unsafe package ... so it should not fail with a signature error01:02
ographew 🙂01:02
wrogra, i now need to create a ln -s, for the launcher?01:03
ograif it is properly packaged it should just show up in your menus (or gnome search)01:04
wrogra, it shows on menu, but does not open, maybe missing something01:05
ograwell, ask the packager ... nobod can tell for such a package01:06
ogra(packages that go to the snap store run throuhg a ton of checks before they are allowed in ... a snap you download from somewhere on the internet is about as safe as any windows msi you can download anywhere and only the packager knws what is in it)01:08
wrogra, yep01:08
nsmlzltomreyn: "apt list --installed | grep ',local\]$' | nc termbin.com 9999": https://termbin.com/73mq01:08
nsmlzl"apt policy | grep ',local\]$'" did not generate any output.01:08
tomreynnsmlzl: i didn't mean to suggest running the latter, just "apt policy"01:09
nsmlzltomreyn: ah, apt policy generated this output: https://termbin.com/kpch01:11
wrogra, how do i search on snap to see if a package exists?01:13
tomreynnsmlzl: hmm, that's lot's of third party repositories. hopefully none of them replace any ubuntu packages with incompatible ones.01:13
ograwr "snap help" shows all commands and tools ... you want "find" i guess01:13
nsmlzltomreyn: yeah, I will have a look at them. Thank you for the help!01:14
tomreynnsmlzl: you're welcome. maybe also try and make sure your system is fully updated by running   sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade01:17
tomreynno warnings or errors should be printed there01:17
Sven_vBhi :) is there an easy way to have a text file displayed in terminal (like cat) but with wider tab width than 8?01:28
Sven_vBI probably need tab width 3001:28
Sven_vBusing focal01:28
Sven_vB"easy" as in easier than doing sed regexp magic01:29
sarnoldSven_vB: I'm almost scared to find out what you're doing... but check out the tabs(1) program01:32
sarnoldSven_vB: I haven't got a clue if it actually works, I've never heard of it before tonight :) but I found it referenced in the tput(1) manpage.. which you might also find interesting.01:33
Sven_vBsarnold, thanks! I'm trying to convert a tab-separated values table to fixed number of spaces for print01:33
sarnoldSven_vB: hmm, and what exactl are you hoping changing the terminal tab settings will do?01:34
Sven_vBmy idea was to copy my terminal's rendered output into a text file01:34
Sven_vBI see now how I could have asked for conversion from file to file.01:35
sarnoldprobably you'd just copy-paste the tab chars :) heh01:35
sarnoldit might still be fun to try..01:36
Sven_vBworked as expected. thanks!01:37
Sven_vB… except that "reset" doesn't reset it.01:37
sarnoldSven_vB: vim's got insanely detailed tab handling that you might find helpful .. it's pretty danged complex, since it's grown over a few decades to handle every situation under the sun.. https://vim.fandom.com/wiki/Converting_tabs_to_spaces01:37
sarnoldtry tabs -801:37
Sven_vBoh, nevermind, I cated the new file. :D01:38
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SqaureIs it easy adding dual boot after you installed ubuntu? Ie, adding windows02:51
Bashing-omSqaure: Well - when you install Windows after Ubuntu ... Windows wipes ubuntu's boot code.02:57
Sqaureoh noes02:57
Sqaurepretty intrusive02:57
Bashing-omSqaure: One can with a bit of effort then re-install the boot code. To Windows there is no other operating systems :(02:59
SqaureBashing-om, im hearing windows 11 was just released. Maybe they fixed it there? Microsoft has gotten a bit softer last years03:00
Bashing-omSqaure: I have not had hands on Win11 - I am not qualified to make a guess here :(03:01
rdrit works if you keep them on separate drives with their own efi's03:10
rdrdoes anyone know if ubuntu kylin has a channel here?03:10
Bashing-omrdr: - /msg alis list - says no :(03:18
supercom32So I updated to Kernel 5.8.0-63-generic and I noted that one of my docker containers which uses hardware acceleration failed to start. It says ` error gathering device information while adding custom device "/dev/dri/renderD128": no such file or directory`. Sure enough, this no longer exists. Has the path changed?03:21
Sven_vBSqaure, reinstalling Ubuntu's boot loader is easy if you have a SuperGrub Disk at hand. it can auto-detect installed Ubuntus and boot them. once you're back inside, ask us how to reinstall your bootloader.03:21
Sven_vBwithout SGD, the easiest way would probably be to backup Ubuntu's EFI files, install windows, and then use a windows EFI tutorial to add Ubuntu's EFI files onto windows' EFI partition.03:23
ezekiel4ucan anybody tell me if talking about hwlp to learn a programming language is in the rules?04:22
herackleHello! I'm trying to use virt-install to create a new vm on my ubuntu machine. The install seems to be proceeding but I get this error: Error setting up logfile: [Errno 13] Permission denied: '/home/username/.cache/virt-manager'04:22
herackleMy username is added to the group libvirtd so I'm not sure what this permission issue is about04:22
herackleAny help?04:22
ViperXL75hey guys. Using Ubuntu 20.04LTS here. I'm facing a problem that the machine needs to have a device connected to HDMI before I'm able to see the desktop through VNC. If I restart the machine without anything connected to the HDMI, I'll just have a black screen in VNC. Then i need to connect HDMI first in order to get my display back. Is there a way to tell GDM3 to ignore the error of not detecting HDMI and force it to just load t05:09
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alkisgViperXL75: video=HDMI-1:1920x1080e in the grub cmdline05:45
alkisgWhere HDMI-1 is the actual output name, use xrandr etc to see it05:45
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morganuHow should I close chrome so it will remember its state and reopen as it was with all windows and tabs?06:07
morganunevermind. please delete above question. solved.06:10
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webchat85Hi everyone07:02
webchat85I was wondering if the installation of the HWE kernel on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS can lead to the installation of OEM Kernel packages for specific hardware platforms.07:02
webchat85Does anybody have experience with this?07:02
alkisgwebchat85: judging from its "Depends" line, it doesn't seem likely07:09
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webchat85I also don't understand. but at the company we have a couple of people that have the OEM kernel installed through this package: oem-somerville-charmander-14-meta/focal-updates07:44
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ViperXL75alkisg: A looooooooooooooot of thanks. I'm gonna try it.  :)07:47
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alkisgwebchat85: it could be related to the installer, ubiquity (or even the installation image)07:49
webchat85we are setting up the machine with a minimal server image  over cloud-init. the hwe kernel gets installed right there. afterwards we add desktop packages etc. through ansible. at no point do we install an OEM kernel explicitly. it's really weird.07:57
lavaballin firefox i get this: Exception... "SQLite database operation failed because a constraint was violated"  nsresult: "0x80630003 (NS_ERROR_STORAGE_CONSTRAINT) it's an 18.04 box though. works fine on 20.04.08:56
lavaballboth have libsqlite3-0 though.08:56
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MrokiiI have a failing internal hard drive (ext4, not an ssd) for which testdisk can't find any partitions. I have a replacement drive meanwhile, but I'm wondering if ddrescue is the best tool to try to recover files from the missing partitions. Are there any other, better suited tools?10:24
MrokiiJust to mention it, the hd should contain just one partition, spanning the whole drive.10:25
yurtesenCan anybody tell me why the rsyslog.conf in Ubuntu has  "$PrivDropToUser syslog" and "$PrivDropToGroup syslog" by default ?10:38
alkisgyurtesen: you can file a launchpad bug report though with the rsyslog issues you mentioned in #debian, so that the decision for that ^ is re-examined10:38
yurtesenalkisg: I am not sure if I know how to get relevant people involved. I have a bug related to this: 196488110:39
yurtesenI can make a bug report. But my bug reports seem to be largely ignored in general. I must be doing something wrong.10:40
alkisgThat's pretty much all we can do, the rest is up to sponsors :)10:40
alkisgIf bugs get a lot of traffic and are deemed important, then it's more possible that some dev will handle them10:41
yurtesenalkisg: that approach does not help fixing the problem. This is not an issue which require actual development. It will easily be missed and backlogged.10:45
ograyurtesen, probably ask in #ubuntu-server for a sponsor ... there are likely more tomcat users than here (and some ubuntu-server devs too)10:46
yurtesenogra: the issue is probably not only effecting tomcat, any package which uses rsyslogd and expects files created to be owned by a certain user would be effected.11:05
yurtesenogra: also in #debian channel alkisg mentioned there can be other problems as well if rsyslogd is not run as root.11:06
alkisgTrue, for example users are not notified for emergencies due to insufficient rights11:12
alkisgOnly emergencies that go through jorunald are visible11:12
lavaballin firefox i get this: Exception... "SQLite database operation failed because a constraint was violated"  nsresult: "0x80630003 (NS_ERROR_STORAGE_CONSTRAINT) it's an 18.04 box though. works fine on 20.04. both have libsqlite3-0 though.11:21
moon-r-ackHi all. Does anybody know why the MySQL packages at repo.mysql.com are newer for Focal than for Hirsute?11:31
moon-r-ackIt seems in that repo, Focal has mysql-client 8.0.28 and Hirsute has 8.0.27, I don't get why11:34
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ogramoon-r-ack, thats a question to ask the owners of the repo ... but hirsute is EOL and unsupported anyway so this is moot after all11:50
moon-r-ackogra, ah, that might be the answer as-is11:53
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twinsenbrimwindow merge12:45
moon-r-ackCan I upgrade from 21.10 to 22.04 when the release comes next month?12:50
lotuspsychjemoon-r-ack: yes, when the upgrade path opens12:52
Mrokiimoon-r-ack: You should be able to, yes.12:52
BluesKajHi all12:57
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iffraffHi, My os is making a sort of chime noise every ~ 10 seconds.  Just started happening on reboot.  How the heck can I figure out what that is and kill it?13:27
Maikiffraff: which version of Ubuntu?13:28
Maik20.04 LTS or 21.10?13:28
MaikAnd which desktop?13:29
iffraff21.10  default desktop I guess13:29
Maikhmmm... weird. I had 21.10 for a while but never experienced that.13:30
iffraffyea, i've had it for a while too and it just started.  I don't think it's a 2010 problem so much as something is going on and I need it to end ;)13:31
iffraffso I ran some bash commnad and I see this when the sound plays13:32
iffraffevent.description = "On AC power" event.id = "power-plug"13:32
iffraffI guess maybe my power cord is dying or something?13:32
lotuspsychjeiffraff: journalctl -f spamming things?13:33
iffraffactually there is more detail, but that seemed relivant13:33
iffraffnot really sure? actually don't really know what that means :)13:34
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iffraffI've switched cargers from the dedicated charger that came with it to a usb c plugged into a thing that delivers idk like 37 amps or something.13:36
iffraffthe sound is definitely the sound of the cord being plugged in and then unplugged.  i.e. that is the chime that is sounding.  I guess that usb c wall thing is not cutting it.13:37
zprdhi, I installed virtualbox, asked me a secureboot password, then reboot, vms refuse to start because of modules not loaded. is this normal behavior?13:55
amazoniantoadI'm trying to install dosemu but I get a "no installation candidate" response.14:37
amazoniantoadCan anyone help me figure out what to do?14:37
alkisgamazoniantoad: it's been dropped, the last ubuntu that had it was 18.04: https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=dosemu14:40
amazoniantoadalkisg, thanks. I grabbed the deb from the old repository and I'm trying to just manually install. It appears to have worked but throws some dependency issues during install14:41
amazoniantoadthanks guys14:41
lotuspsychjeamazoniantoad: there seems to be a dosbox-staging snap too, if thats related to what you want/need14:41
alkisgdosbox can work better in some cases14:42
lucjayjayhey anyone here who can help me with curtin/autoinstall storage partitioning for a dual boot setup ?14:42
lucjayjaywe dont really see a solution how to achieve dual boot with cloudinit14:43
lucjayjaysince our devices have different disk/partition sizes and one needs to hard code sizes in the config14:43
semitonesoerheks, blkid is giving me the same results as normal user and with sudo (moving convo here in case its more relevant)16:57
oerheksnope, my system gives unmounted drives too, with sudo blkid16:57
oerheksand the snaps16:58
oerheksalso, 21,.04 the home folder is private, no longer world readable16:59
oerheksthis might be of influence on blkid?16:59
semitonesso maybe if I had a more complicated current state (like a USB drive inserted but unmounted) it might read differently17:00
semitonesI am in 20.0417:01
ArsimaelThat moment when you go nuts because your GTK applications liik like shit in Plasma, and then you realize: "You haven't setup the GTK Theme correctly"18:00
vsuojanenubuntu 22.04 user, how can I report chromium bugs?18:26
Guest62if my ssd does not have partition table and it fails to format to msdos before formating to ext4 or nfts18:26
Guest62what do I do18:26
Guest62it might be physically broken18:27
leftyfbGuest62: why wouldn't you just create a partition on it and format that?18:27
vsuojanenwhat partition tool are you using?18:27
sarnoldvsuojanen: try ubuntu-bug chromium-browser  -- does that do the trick?18:27
Guest62it does not have the table18:27
oerheksvsuojanen, join #ubuntu-next for 22.04 support and bugs18:28
ubottuIf you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its official !flavors, please report it using the command « ubuntu-bug <package> » - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ReportingBugs for other ways to report bugs.18:28
leftyfbGuest62: so create a table?18:28
Guest62it gives error18:28
leftyfbGuest62: maybe that with that then18:28
leftyfbGuest62: what error? Also, you should be monitoring with "dmesg -Tw" in a terminal while you are doing this to see if there's any hardware/kernel messages about the drive18:29
vsuojanensarnold: i have snap verison chromium 99.0.4844.84 installed from Ubuntu Software18:31
tomreynvsuojanen: snap info <packagename>    should provide a "contact"18:33
tomreynthis *can* be where you're supposed to direct support requests to.18:33
vsuojanentomreyn: thanks, I see18:34
leftyfbGuest62: ?18:35
oerheksGuest62, does that help fix your drive?18:35
Guest62anybody have tried it18:36
Guest62looks amazing18:36
Guest62I think my drive is dead18:36
Guest62tnx for mesg18:36
tomreynGuest62: feel free to post any related logs to a pastebin (or termbin.com) and post the url here for a second opinion. (and please note this channel is just for ubuntu support.)18:38
Guest62where do I get NVIDIA CUDA toolset for ubuntu18:44
leftyfbGuest62: I thought you were having trouble partitioning and formatting a drive?18:45
Guest62forget about it, I am on next issue18:45
oerheks!info nvidia-cuda-toolkit18:45
ubottunvidia-cuda-toolkit (11.3.1-4, impish): NVIDIA CUDA development toolkit. In component multiverse, is extra. Built by nvidia-cuda-toolkit. Size 60,955 kB / 120,723 kB. (Only available for amd64, ppc64el, arm64.)18:45
oerheksit is in our repos?18:45
Guest62holy snap18:46
Guest62so cool18:46
oerheksafter that, you need to do more steps, tons of guides like https://linuxhint.com/install-cuda-ubuntu/ and https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-install-cuda-on-ubuntu-20-04-focal-fossa-linux18:47
Sven_vBhi :) does focal have a meta package that depends on a newer lowlatency kernel, like currently the latest 5.8.x?18:47
oerheksSven_vB, HWE?18:47
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack18:48
Sven_vBsounds good, thanks!18:48
leftyfbxbox: ?19:10
MrokiiHello. I'm currently using PhotoRec to try to rescue data from an hd. The problem is that the system/journal thing is clogging my system HD with logs, and I don't have that much space. Is there a way to disable logging completely, at least temporarily?19:36
jhutchinsMrokii: You could shut down the syslog daemon, but that won't fix systemd.19:41
rfmreading https://www.freedesktop.org/software/systemd/man/journald.conf.html apparently "Storage=none" turns it off19:46
oerheksgood find19:46
Guest62where do I get cmake 3.22.219:50
Guest62specifically for ubuntu19:50
oerheksGuest62, launchpad?19:51
oerheksand 3.22.2 does not exist, next jammy gets 3.22.119:51
sarnoldGuest62: even jammy has an older release https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/cmake19:51
mwtI seem to have a separate clipboard for snap and normal apps19:51
Guest62Installed CMake version 3.23.0 is unable to build this project.  You must19:51
Guest62  install the latest stable version 3.22.2 instead.19:52
sarnoldGuest62: so if you need something newer, you can download and build it yourself19:52
mwtAnytime know why?19:52
oerheksGuest62,  go ahead, if you don't want support19:52
sarnoldmwt: is this the 'usual' PRIMARY vs SELECT difference? or is this something else?19:52
Guest623.22.2 on ubuntu19:52
mwtI don't know19:52
Guest62I have newer unfortunately19:52
Mrokiirfm: Thanks!19:53
Mrokiijhutchins: And thanks as well.19:53
mwtsarnold: all I know is I can copy things in a snap and only can paste in another snap19:53
mwtThis is a fresh install19:54
mwtI'm having to use vscode as my only snapped terminal19:54
sarnoldmwt: does anything change if you use shift+insert vs middle-click vs control+v vs control+alt+v ? there's several linux clipboards and they do different things..19:56
jhutchinsrfm: Thanks, it's good to know there's a mechanism for that.20:02
mwtsarnold sorry my znc server went down for a few minutes there20:14
mwtactually shift+insert seems to have fixed a sync permanently20:15
mwtI don't know why20:15
mwtbut pressing those buttons has made the Control+C and Control+V clipboard work correctly for now20:15
Guest62how do I downgrade g++ gcc from 11.3 to 1020:30
Guest62Build cuda_11.3.r11.3/compiler.29920130_020:30
Guest62can't live with 11.3 it needs older version20:30
rob0what does?20:32
oerheksfirst you want a higher cmake, now a lower gcc .. interesting20:32
oerheksGuest62, on what linux are you working?20:32
Guest62cmake is okay20:32
Guest62I got 3.22.3 building it20:32
Guest62but I can't really use nvcc compiler with20:33
Guest62g++ 11.320:33
Guest62ubuntu 21.1020:33
oerheks!info gcc-1020:37
ubottugcc-10 (10.3.0-11ubuntu1, impish): GNU C compiler. In component universe, is optional. Built by gcc-10. Size 18,509 kB / 52,220 kB20:37
oerheksstill available though,..20:37
leftyfbdortal: hello. What can we help you with?20:40
dortalscortal of dortal here.20:42
Niklas_EI installed a program that I think broke the mysql service files (system.d)20:44
Niklas_Eis there anyway to recreate them?20:44
leftyfbdortal: stop20:44
oerheksreinstall mysql would recreate them20:46
oerhekswhat weird program does that? on what ubuntu version?20:46
Niklas_Eit was shinibi21:07
KenwoodFox77I'm trying to use sphinx in a ci/cd job, and i need the svg extensions, so i installed imagemagick and enabled them, but it looks like imagemagick dosent come with helvetica font, so im running into some issues with certian graphics. Im using the stripped down ubuntu:latest docker container, i was just wondering, does anybody know what package22:06
KenwoodFox77provides helvetica? Thanks!22:06
oerhekshelvetica font in linux? The simple answer is to buy the font right from the official distributor, Linotype. They sell individual variants for $26,22:08
oerhekschoose a clone https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Metric-compatible_fonts#List_of_metric-compatible_fonts22:08
KenwoodFox77They sell fonts?22:08
KenwoodFox77It builds fine locally, im just using arch (btw) and i dont know witch package provides helvetica like mine on arch22:09
oerheksoh, how would ubuntu support know?22:09
oerheksthere is no licenced helvetica22:09
oerheksgood luck with arch22:09
KenwoodFox77Not sure :c sometimes packages provide resources not in the name22:09
oerheksit is not in the microsoft-fonts0installer22:10
KenwoodFox77Ok, thanks for the info~ Ill try and see if i can switch fonts or maybe break apart the docker container that built the svgs in the first place22:11
oerhekschoose a clone..22:11
KenwoodFox77oerheks yeah :/  thats what i tried first, and ghostscript and a few others22:11
KenwoodFox77clone of what/22:11
oerhekssee that arch wiki22:11
KenwoodFox77I'm sorry, you lost me, im working with ubuntu22:12
oerhekssame solution, i guess22:13
KenwoodFox77I dont follow, sorry, thanks for the advice though, if its licensed i bet i can figure out how to stop the offending container from using it22:13
KenwoodFox77Then i wont have to convert it22:14
KenwoodFox77Got it! Aparently the package `inkscape` provides it, or at least something similar. I have a feeling inkscape dosent actually provide it and its just installed through a dependency somewhere but, a solution is a solution :3 thx for the help22:26
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oerheksI don't think inkscape provides helvetica.22:35
linuxghostWow, I can not believe I finally got this application working22:45
usuariohi all23:49
usuarioneed help23:49
Bashing-om!ask | usuario23:49
ubottuusuario: Please don't ask to ask a question, simply ask the question (all on ONE line and in the channel, so that others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely reply. :-) See also !patience23:49
usuariowhen I want to print a document of about 200 pages, my ubuntu consumes all my RAM. It takes 10 minutes to start printing and at a short time the printing without finishing it23:50
usuarioI don't know why that happens.23:53
sarnoldsometimes printing things can be very inefficient; a few wild guesses, you could try converting the file to a different file format first, or you could try printing ranges of the file, like pages 0-50, then 51-100, etc23:54
oerheksis it an usb or network printer? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingPrintingProblems23:55
oerheksif that job contains large images, i am not wondered23:57
usuarioonly text oerheks.23:59

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