FKAShinobi_Is there a way to identify a drive (not a partition) by UUID or some other non-changing id?15:59
raubFKAShinobi_: AFAIK yes since that is used sometimes in /etc/fstab16:02
raubNVM, I mentioned partition16:04
InPhaseFKAShinobi_: Run blkid as root, then run it again but pass the /dev/ without the partition label.16:04
InPhaseFKAShinobi_: There is a "PTUUID" number which appears.  I think that is disk-specific.16:04
InPhaseFKAShinobi_: I am not sure what it means or where it is stored, but it is there.  :)16:04
InPhaseFKAShinobi_: Example, my root partition is on /dev/nvme0n1p3, and "sudo blkid /dev/nvme0n1" gives the PTUUID which I think is disk-specific.16:06
InPhaseFKAShinobi_: I think it can be overwritten though upon wiping the disk and recreating the partition table from scratch.16:07
Sand-dan-Gloktahello, anyone experienced with amd egpu?16:07
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ashuhi everyone, I'm ashutosh raj(/nickname - ashu) ,undergraduate from computer science and engineering ,currently at my third yr in NIT HAMIRPUR, INDIA .Looking for contribution on metabrainz repo with tech stack Reactjs and perl.hope u guide me through the whole process .18:36
lotuspsychje!contribute | ashu18:37
ubottuashu: To contribute and help out with Ubuntu, see http://community.ubuntu.com and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu18:37
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ChunkyzI clicked it, too late.19:02
amosbird-Hello! Why do I get some "sshd: amos@pts/1" consuming 100% CPU after ssh-connecting to a ubuntu jammy server? It happens after connecting to the server for some time19:22
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amosbirdflamegraph shows rarely useful information, something around ppoll http://oracle.wentropy.com/a6da2c4b6013a77619:28
ravageamosbird, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openssh/+bug/1986521 is this your bug?19:53
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 1986521 in openssh (Ubuntu Jammy) "ssh client spins if output fd closed" [Medium, Fix Committed]19:53
amosbirdravage: I'm not sure. Is it already released?19:55
ravageits in -proposed19:56
ravageso if you enbale that you should get the update19:56
amosbirdravage: hmm, how can I enable that?19:57
ravagesudo sh -c "echo 'deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ $(lsb_release -cs)-proposed restricted main multiverse universe' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/proposed-repositories.list" && sudo apt update19:59
ravagemaybe look if you see the update there before just upgrading all packages20:00
ravagei would just do "sudo apt upgrade openssh-server"20:00
ravagethen remove the list file again20:00
ravageand do another apt update20:00
amosbirdravage: cool. thanks20:03
amosbirdravage: hmm, but sudo apt upgrade openssh-server still prompts  : 174 upgraded, 7 newly installed, 0 to remove and 1 not upgraded.20:05
morgan-u2MAMA TRIED: zoom from browser, chrome. died: and this -  gnome-shell[1934]: libinput error: event14 - Lite-On Technology Corp. USB Multimedia Keyboard: client bug: event processing lagging behind by 29ms, your system is too slow20:08
ravageamosbird: did you start from a fully upgraded system?20:08
ravagethat is strongly adviced :)20:09
ravageso remove that list file. do "apt update" and then "apt full-upgrade"20:09
ravagethen try again20:09
ravageshould look like this: https://p.haxxors.com/ar5jik79.txt20:10
ravagesorry. https://p.haxxors.com/zjitr5fs.txt20:11
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amosbirdhmm, I just did apt upgrade. Do I need apt full-upgrade?20:19
ravagefull-upgrade is fine. but only without the added proposed20:20
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amosbirdAfter fully upgraded, I add the -proposed list and do sudo apt upgrade openssh, it still prompts a lot of packages  http://oracle.wentropy.com/da580ab3101ecb0820:21
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ravagethose updates will arrive sooner or later anyway. its always good to have backups of course20:22
ravageso i would just let it upgrade those packages. then remove the proposes repo agaon20:23
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FKAShinobi_How do I enable SMART reporting on my Samsung 980 PRO on Ubuntu 22.04? GSmartControl does not allow me to enable it...20:51
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jhutchinsFKAShinobi_: That's likely because the drive doesn't support smart.21:54
jhutchinsFKAShinobi_: Make sure you check with the actual CLI tools, the GUI wrappers can induce problems.21:55
jhutchinsFKAShinobi_: It's also best to look for info on the actual drive, Samsung may use dozens of different makes and models in any given device.21:56
rfmmy 980 PRO certainly reports SMART (but it's on Windows)21:56
jhutchinsAh, I see, that's an actual drive, not a device with a drive in it.21:58
leftyfbrenanntj: hellp, what can we help you with?22:07
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Macwinneron my jammy server, i did "apt upgrade", and got "The following packages have been kept back: grub-common grub2-common"22:22
Macwinnercurious why they are held back. "grub-common/jammy-updates 2.06-2ubuntu7.1 amd64 [upgradable from: 2.06-2ubuntu7]"22:22
rboxtry dist-upgrade22:22
Jeremy31Macwinner: Might be phased updates22:22
leftyfb!phasedupdated | Macwinner22:23
leftyfb!phasedupdates | Macwinner22:23
ubottuMacwinner: Since Ubuntu 21.04, APT now implements phased updates. This can hold back updates on some systems while they are being phased in. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PhasedUpdates for more info.22:23
Macwinneroh, got it.. thanks!22:23
jhutchinsClearly apt's response messageing could use some work.22:23
Macwinneryeah.. maybe just an indication of "... held back (phased updates)"22:24
torbjorn_how do I find out how my network is configured? I installed (what I believe is) a fairly minimal ubuntu 22.04 virtual guest, using libvirtd, and configured static ip during installation, and now when its up and running, it has that IP but I dont know how its configured. There is no interfaces file. NetworkManager is not installed, there is no network service installed. Yet the ip coms up as it should22:26
torbjorn_when I reboot.22:26
rboxtorbjorn_: netplan22:26
leftyfb!netplan | torbjorn_22:26
ubottutorbjorn_: Netplan is a network configuration abstraction renderer which uses YAML descriptions of a network to work with either a NetworkManager or Systemd-networkd "renderer". More information at https://netplan.io/22:26
torbjorn_so its systemd-networkd.service that does the actual work?22:31
leftyfbyes, but it's never a good idea to mess with that directly unless you know exactly what you are doing and how to recover when it breaks22:33
leftyfbtorbjorn_: netplan is how you configure your network22:33
torbjorn_how do I implement changes to network config on a running system, short of rebooting it?22:34
leftyfb!netplan | torbjorn_22:34
ubottutorbjorn_: Netplan is a network configuration abstraction renderer which uses YAML descriptions of a network to work with either a NetworkManager or Systemd-networkd "renderer". More information at https://netplan.io/22:34
torbjorn_apply, gotcha22:35
torbjorn_in my parcitular case, I lose my original default gateway when I restart my openvpn connection, but that might aswell be an openvpn problem.22:37
torbjorn_knowing how to get it back the right way, helps22:37
Bashing-omtorbjorn_: Once edits are made: ' sudo netplan --debug generate ' <-  test the configuration -- ' sudo netplan apply ' <- make the settings stick/22:37
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torbjorn_I installed network-manager, and added `  renderer: NetworkManager`  on the 2nd indent level in my only netplan yaml file, and stopped systemd-networkd, ran netplan generate and then apply and also restarted NetworkManager. I still had my static ip setup afterwards, but I cuold no longer resolve hostnames.23:01
torbjorn_after rebooting I could though. not one to split too many hairs over something thats working, but that switch from entworkd to NM should have worked, right?23:02
leftyfbtorbjorn_: what was wrong with just using netplan? What are you trying to accomplish that netplan doesn't let you achieve ?23:03
leftyfbclient or server?23:03
torbjorn_but surely using netplan to render network-manager config qualifies as still "using netplan"?23:03
leftyfbyou shouldn't need to do all of this just to use an openvpn client on an ubuntu server with netplan23:04
torbjorn_I mean I'm letting it render the config files, just opted for what renderer I wanted23:04
torbjorn_not render, "im letting it configure the network"23:04
torbjorn_leftyfb: I dont consider manually assigning networkmanager as renderer is "all of this"23:04
torbjorn_its just a single line in a netplan yaml file23:05
torbjorn_and I have my ip address config just right afterwards, worked flawlessly. it was just dns lookups that was broken.23:06
leftyfbyou have 3 layers of network management as opposed to 2. If it were me, I would troubleshoot what your openvpn client/config is doing that you don't want and resolve that. Not add another layer on top that isn't likely to solve anything23:06
torbjorn_sorry I swapped from networkd to network-manager, how is that adding a layer23:06
torbjorn_(not saying it isnt)23:06
torbjorn_leftyfb: ?23:10
leftyfbtorbjorn_: I'm sure someone here might be willing and able to help you with that configuration.23:12
torbjorn_thats be fine. i was just curious what you meant wiht 3 layers23:12
torbjorn_surely NM _replaces_ networkd, it doesnt add ontop of it23:13
QuarkDoes Ubuntu offers the choice to install on ZFS (at install time)?23:14
QuarkUbuntu server, that is.23:15
Bashing-omQuark: Not at this time. See: https://discourse.ubuntu.com/t/future-of-zfs-on-ubuntu-desktop/33001 .23:17
morgan-u2as long as your specs aren’t terrible (16gb RAM, i5, gtx1050 should be fine) you can get 60fps at 1080p or above. (tomr luck sarnold arraybolt3 whoever else has been into this if any are on sunday that is)23:43
morgan-u2nono... forget it. I asked 3 hrs ago.23:44
morgan-u2this was a wrong...23:44
haousing 22.10. the dmesg is flooded with error:  RTW: ERROR [RFK-CHK] RF-K not allowed due to ifaces under site-survey23:49
haoRTW seems to be the rtl8821CU wireless usb driver, indeed when using firefox, every time when there is significant lag when receiving pages, the error log will be written into dmesg23:52
QuarkBashing-om, thank you! You saved me quite a bit of time. Appreciated.23:54
haothere is also errors regarding complaining firefox can not read dconf/db/*, also gnome-shell complaining can not update views actor, but I think those are irrevalant23:54
haothere is too few results online, anyone have similar wifi issue? I?23:54

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