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user|0Installed Kubuntu in a VM unattended. vboxuser account was created, but i get stopped trying to create a new account - the default vboxuser pw doesn't work. Is there a default admin password?13:23
BluesKajHi all13:52
archetechcant change my shell to bash on 22.1015:24
oerhekschange, logout, login again?15:26
nonRikMills: Are there any progress on https://git.launchpad.net/~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/+git/kubuntu-settings/commit/?id=2cd4260424af307aebee1979c62b952fbb4a213f19:00
-ubottu:#kubuntu- Commit 2cd4260 in ~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/+git/kubuntu-settings "revert driver manager change kubuntu_jammy_backports"19:00
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> hi how do I remove the following directory?20:38
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> -whereis auto-cpufreq20:38
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> auto-cpufreq: /usr/local/bin/auto-cpufreq20:38
oerhekshow did you install auto-cpufreq?20:44
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> -  whereis auto-cpufreq20:44
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> -  auto-cpufreq: /usr/local/bin/auto-cpufreq20:44
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> from git (re @IrcsomeBot: <oerheks> how did you install auto-cpufreq?)20:44
oerheksoh you better install the snap, tested. https://snapcraft.io/auto-cpufreq20:45
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> I will but I need to get rid of the previous directory (re @IrcsomeBot: <oerheks> oh you better install the snap, tested. https://snapcraft.io/auto-cpufreq)20:45
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> let us know how to remove the dir (re @Gecko250: -  whereis auto-cpufreq20:47
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> -  auto-cpufreq: /usr/local/bin/auto-cpufreq)20:47
oerheksin git, make uninstall20:48
oerheksdo not simply remove a folder with a program part20:49
IrcsomeBot<Gecko250> I've already removed it's daemon and git from home dir20:49
mrrogenshi everyone22:10
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IrcsomeBot<LucaSaglimbeni> L72D22:38
Guest1An attacker who compromised a content process could have partially escaped the sandbox to read arbitrary files via clipboard-related IPC messages.23:54
Guest1This bug only affects Firefox for Linux. Other operating systems are unaffected.23:55
Guest1is that true harmful?23:55
Guest1or I can skip that23:55
Guest1I just updated, very security person23:55
guivercGuest1, it was reported by Mozilla developers, its Mozilla that maintain the firefox snap used by Ubuntu (and flavors in recent release(s)) so I'd assume if you applied all fixes you should be fine.23:58
Guest1I'm just asking of curiosity23:58
Guest1if I will use previous version, would it be true dangerous?23:59

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