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ion_dHi, Sircle00:17
SircleHi, How can i use nice/renice with wildcards to change nice value for many apps and processes. e.g if I had 15 chrome browsers, 16 firefox browsers, 10 node.js servers 10 puppeteer browsers. I would be hard for me to node down and trace the pid's of all these and set nice then.00:19
EriC^^Sircle: maybe renice $(pgrep firefox) ?00:31
Sirclepgrep 'npm|node' | xargs -l echo nice -n=5    <- is this ok EriC^^00:32
EriC^^seems good Sircle00:35
EriC^^nice doesnt take multiple pid's together?00:35
Sirclethanks, I hope it will make my GUI apps better performing compared to server/node/programming apps?00:35
SircleEriC^^ I got this $ pgrep 'npm|node' | xargs -l echo nice -n=500:36
Sirclenice -n=5 23001500:36
Sirclenice -n=5 23002700:36
Sirclenice -n=5 23004000:36
Sircleso seems like it is taking mulitple00:36
SircleEriC^^ should I make priority of GUI apps high as well?00:36
Sirclelike -1?00:36
EriC^^Sircle: yeah i was wondering if nice takes "nice pid1 pid2 pid3.."00:37
EriC^^no idea Sircle, never used nice before00:38
hggdhrenice does00:41
EriC^^i think nice doesnt even take pids? isnt used to launch a program?00:41
hggdhand, unless you are root, you can only increase niceness (meaning, making the affected processes less pone to take CPU00:42
EriC^^ah, makes sense00:43
hggdhEriC^^: my understanding as well. One should use renice00:43
Sirclehggdh pgrep 'chrome|brave' | xargs -l echo nice -n=-1   does nothing00:44
SircleI mean when I do htop, the NI is not changed00:44
Sircleso I should pgrep 'chrome|brave' | xargs -l echo renice -n=-1       instead?00:44
Sirclehggdh currently I am doing this: pgrep 'npm|node|tmux|bash' | xargs -l echo nice -n=5; pgrep 'firefox|chrome|brave' | xargs -l echo nice -n=-100:45
hggdhSircle: use 'renice'; unless you are root, you CANNOT increase the priority (a _negative_ number)00:45
Sirclebut why its not making it 5?00:45
Sirclehggdh ^00:46
EriC^^Sircle: did you try it with renice?00:46
hggdhnice will affect the program you are starting, not an already-running program00:46
hggdhfor an already-running program -- like in your commands -- use 'renice'00:47
hggdhman renice will give you a summary, and examples00:47
SircleEriC^^ yes. same results00:47
hggdhalso, usually short options do not use the '=' sign. Instead of '-n=-1' (which WILL NOT WORK UNLESS YOU ARE ROOT), pass '-n -1'00:48
Sirclehggdh npm and node are still at 0 NICE. why? https://imgur.com/rI5fjSM.png00:48
EriC^^Sircle: try first "renice -n=5 $(pgrep npm)" does that work?00:49
EriC^^or sorry, i think it should be -n 500:50
Sirclehggdh ok did -n -1 too. same results00:50
SircleEriC^^ ok00:50
EriC^^Sircle: hggdh explained above you need to use sudo/root if you want the niceness less00:50
Sirclethat worked00:53
Sirclebut the PRI allocated by system is same00:53
SircleI am not sure on one thing00:55
SircleI have puppeteer , chromium, google-chrome.  How to differenciate them?00:56
SircleEriC^^ hggdh why PRI does not change?01:01
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SircleEriC^^ hggdh thanks so far. I put those in crontabe :)01:05
EriC^^no problem Sircle01:05
* Sircle waves01:05
WeeBeyHi friends. the #wordpress chan is very quiet. I'm trying to install it on my Ubuntu 22.04.1 server but I get stuck on the installation script step #2  (keeps asking to enter a valid user name for wp--not the db server). Any idea what could be preventing this install script from running?01:08
sarnolddid step #1 have you create the wp account? did that succeed?01:09
WeeBeysarnold, the database is still empty01:09
WeeBeybut i tried creating a test table with that user and it works.01:09
WeeBeysarnold, I thought maybe my strict http headers may be stopping something from running, but I disabled them for my apache site and it still hangs there: "Please provide a valid user name."01:10
sarnoldWeeBey: which installation script are you following?01:11
WeeBeysarnold, when I copy the wp files into the webserver and go to wp-admin/ it launches the installation script because it sees it's the first time it runs.01:11
WeeBeyit's the wp-admin/install.php script01:11
sarnoldWeeBey: it looks like the install.php is step 5 -- and configuring the wp-config.php is step 3 https://wordpress.org/support/article/how-to-install-wordpress/01:14
sarnoldWeeBey: which have you done all the steps in order?01:14
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WeeBeythanks for that sarnold; I did indeed. I called it step two since the URL when the script fails says step two:01:16
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WeeBeyHmm. Notice I have a rewrite engine on. Could it be that?01:17
sarnoldthat's possible.. it might be worthwhile to read the server logs, or wherever php errors and warnings go01:18
WeeBeysarnold, hmm. i'll see if there's anything in the php logs. It never succeeds at first go. lol01:20
WeeBeythanks for the help.01:20
sarnoldWeeBey: heh :( yeah, I'm familiar with that general experience (not this specific instance of it, but .. some things just never go right the first time. email, I'm looking at you.)01:22
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zykotick9rtprio: i was a screen user for years, tmux seems an improvement - the mouse thing is more of a novelty than an actual feature IMO. q02:15
Bashing-omzykotick9: Hey ! Long time no read :D02:24
zykotick9Bashing-om: hey hey.  <Sorry for my above paste fail>.  Hope all is well with you.02:30
Bashing-omzykotick9: All good here - great to see you active once more :D02:31
zykotick9Bashing-om: more lurking than "active"... but I get your point.02:31
VIAhi all02:33
VIAhow can i put a HDD back ino its original mode, after i did autorepair in recovery mode02:34
VIAor mighta been called advanced boot not sure02:34
sarnold"original mode"?02:34
VIAyes its gone02:34
VIAand cant be writen to02:34
VIAmost drives are in RW mode id assume02:35
sarnoldas in, dmesg doesn't show the drive, /dev/disk/ doesn't have it, etc?02:35
Bashing-omVIA: mounting read only is an indication of corruption - run a file system check/repair ?02:36
VIAok in lsbk i see my 2 partitions now, sda1 and sda202:36
VIABashing-om: thats exactly what caused this, no thanks02:36
VIAFS is fine02:36
VIA2year old SSD/NVM and same age server drive i have mounted as sda1 and sda202:37
VIAah yes theyre both flagged RO02:38
VIABashing-om: /dev/sda2 on /media/decoy/Bay type exfat (rw,nosuid,nodev,relatime,uid=1000,gid=1000,fmask=0022,dmask=0022,iocharset=utf8,errors=remount-ro,uhelper=udisks2) this is what i see02:39
VIAsudo mount -o remount,rw /dev/sdaX doesnt do the trick, could it work in recovery/advanced mode ?02:40
sarnoldcheck dmesg, do you get any error messages from that mount command?02:40
VIAi just run sudo demsg=?02:41
Bashing-omVIA: exfat is a Windows file system - might be better to use Windows' tools to address Windows' problems.02:41
sarnoldno equals sign, but yes02:41
VIAim no having windows problems02:42
VIAi need exfat for compatibility reasons02:42
VIAsarnold: well i get a whole novel of output icant make much sense of02:43
sarnoldVIA: yeah, that sounds about right :)02:43
VIA[    0.095949] You have booted with nomodeset. This means your GPU drivers are DISABLED02:43
sarnoldI'm hoping there might be a nice message near the end to report why the remount failed02:44
VIAok i mean i ge if if i read all of if this EXPLAINS SO MUCH02:44
VIAsry caps02:44
VIAHOWTF does this happen .. gpu disabed ??!!02:44
VIAnowonder im having those issues>.<02:44
VIAa nice message at th end ... at the end i just see numbers basically oO02:44
VIAOK i got the point02:45
sarnoldyou could pastebin the dmesg and give us the url, something like sudo dmesg | nc termbin.com 999902:45
VIAmay i PM you sarnold ?02:45
VIAor whatsa good notesite02:45
sarnoldhttps://paste.debian.net/ if you want to interact with it, termbin.com if you don't want to do a lot copy-and-paste by hand02:46
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VIAGOT IT : https://paste.debian.net/1266706/02:48
VIAso you were correct it suggest FS error02:48
sarnoldouch :/02:48
VIAbut i never had any issue with that02:48
VIAwhats it mean?02:48
sarnoldscroll up a bit, there might be more messages about block device errors02:48
VIAcant find02:49
VIAbut i can copy hte whole thing ..02:49
VIAwhat wonders me i can only fin the mess with SDA2 but not 1 oO02:51
VIAlol no cant how do i actualy copy the whol contents of the console02:52
sarnoldtry the sudo dmesg | nc termbin.com 9999    command, that saves a lot of page-up and page-down and so on :)02:52
VIALOL shakign the mouse helped >.<02:52
VIAgreat input sarnold !! your gold <302:53
VIAsome kant in linux just booted me without any reason02:53
VIAwith message to ask why i was banned in #linux ops anmd this ijdiot kbans me again02:53
VIAi msgd you the data sarnold02:54
VIAmaybe you can make more sense of it02:54
VIAbut i think the only true solution isa complete reinstall of this distro02:54
VIAi got into linux like 201802:54
VIAwell 2019, so nly 3 yrs into linux02:55
sarnoldis that it? somehow I thought I'd seen you around for years02:55
VIAi joined IRC /freened after surgery in 201802:56
VIA2017*** sry02:56
VIAbut i did not get into llinux beeofre i built my pc december 19 ... so02:56
VIAso i surely wasnt around here .. much02:56
sarnoldVIA: there's fewer errors here than I expected. I don't know if that's good or bad.. but the kernel clearly recognized /dev/sda with sda1, sda2 partitions; /dev/sdb with sdb1, sdb2 partions; and /dev/nvme0n1 with p1, p2, p5 partitions03:00
arraybolt3OK, I know this may seem weird, but I'm having ap roblem getting dnsmasq PXE boot to work. The whole thing is long, so give me a bit to type it.03:01
arraybolt3Basically, I have dnsmasq set up, it's able to act as a DHCP server, and when I try to boot my target system via PXE, it gets the DHCP lease.03:02
arraybolt3It then attempts to boot with PXE, and start booting, but it then hangs trying to fetch my pxelinux.0 file from the built-in TFTP server.03:02
sarnoldVIA: there's a few error messages that feel like the sort of things that might be addressed by a BIOS update (ACPI Warning: SystemIO range;  ACPI: OSL: Resource conflict;  mtrr: your CPUs had inconsistent variable MTRR settings)03:02
arraybolt3The exact error is "PXE-E32: TFTP open timeout". This seems to imply that the TFTP server isn't running.03:02
arraybolt3So I checked what port is usually open for TFTP, and it's supposedly port 69. And I looked and sure enough, nothing has port 69 open.03:03
arraybolt3But I see zero errors about TFTP in journalctl, and I have it enabled in /etc/dnsmasq.conf.03:03
arraybolt3Any ideas? I'm running Ubuntu 22.10 on the server, and attempting to netboot a Debian 11 installer.03:03
sarnoldarraybolt3: I've got a very very vague memory of dnsmasq not binding to the specific IP address you ask for, but instead binding to :: or similar, and then discarding packets after they arrive if it shouldn't be responding to them -- it might be worth checking the open sockets from dnsmasq and checking those, rather than checking for which process has a specific socket open03:06
arraybolt3I can see open stuff from dnsmasq in GUFW, and...03:08
arraybolt3it has ports 53 and 67 open, that's it.03:08
arraybolt3I saw a report that Realtek NICs have trouble with this sometimes, and the laptop I'm trying to network boot does indeed have a Realtek NIC.03:09
arraybolt3I tried this exact same setup before, only with Ubuntu 23.04 as the server and an Intel NIC as the client, and it worked perfectly.03:09
arraybolt3(Er, almost the exact same setup, I had to tweak one thing to even get dnsmasq to start here, which might be related but I doubt it.)03:09
arraybolt3(That one thing being that, rather than telling it to listen on my Ethernet interface, I told it to listen on everything except my WiFi interface, since it didn't seem to be able to find the name of my Ethernet interface for some odd reasons.)03:10
arraybolt3I wonder if part of my problem is that I have two dnsmasq servers fighting with each other :P03:19
arraybolt3One from using nmtui to share a connection, the other two try to serve TFTP.03:19
arraybolt3Maybe if I tell each one to only do one job, things might go smoother.03:19
arraybolt3I'm scared of shredding my networking configuration any further. I think I'm going to give up on this :P03:22
arraybolt3I should set up a dedicated netboot server rather than rigging my laptop as one.03:23
sarnoldmaybe even a dedicated netboot network? :)03:29
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VIAsarnold: thx for input! sry got lost04:37
sarnoldVIA: I hope it helps :) I'm headed out for the night in a few minutes04:37
VIAi renewed BIOS when i bought the MB i dont see why this would be causing error04:37
VIAsome things, "like IRQ MISSING VECTOR ... (idk what it means) ust appeared after i tried to install some packages04:38
VIAbut either ubuntu or this special distro is extra sensitive04:38
VIAthink it both has KDE and XFCE dont really see how that works but ye04:38
sarnoldmy *guess* with the missing vector stuff is perhaps just a slightly slower interrupt handling. I doubt that one is important04:39
VIAyou have a great night sarnold !04:39
sarnoldthanks, you too :)04:39
VIAor sleep if thats what u meant eh04:39
sarnoldbut the BIOS you're running is more than two years old04:39
sarnoldwell, dinner first, then some youtube, *then* sleep, but soon :)04:39
VIAyes i was told the IRC vector stuff s inimportant, but it didnt occur with the fresh install04:39
sarnoldso I'm hoping there's an update, hehe04:39
sarnoldthose just might be *new* diagnostic messages04:40
sarnoldnot necessarily new problem04:40
sarnoldbios update04:40
sarnoldalrighty, have fun :)04:40
VIAi put UEFI into legacy mode for linux i dont trust EFI04:40
VIAefi broke my linux and even windows before, it sux bad04:40
snowkidwhat is happening when I see several of the same processes (different pid's) on htop05:05
snowkidfor instance https://hastebin.com/amuhutosog.apache05:09
snowkidi can see one has been running for 168h and the others less time. Are these child processes that didnt get cleaned up? or what..05:10
VIAbooting into older available kernel, i can now use the the DP cable to also transmit audio to my monitor05:27
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zsI'm first timer, which version is good for me (I'm microsoft windows user) 22.10 or 22.04 LTS?06:50
lotuspsychjezs: its the users choice to go LTS or non_LTS06:52
alkisgzs, for new users definitely LTS06:53
lotuspsychjezs: usualy LTS releases are a good choice for stability, but that depends on what you wanna do06:53
lotuspsychjezs: we also see users choose differently, based on their hardware, as for newer hardware latest non-lts could benefit06:56
zsSo how can I inspect my laptop to choose which version suits me?06:56
alkisgInstall LTS. IF you happen to have hardware incompatibilities, then you can install a newer kernel. LTS releases do receive new kernel series, while non-LTS releases do not.06:57
alkisg(as you can see, opinions vary, choose the one you want :D)06:58
lotuspsychjezs: you can sgare your laptop specs here if you like in a !paste let the volunteers take a look for you06:59
zsAlright, I'm downloading LTS version 20.04. Currently I've windows 10 installed on my laptop. Actually I'm switching it because recently I got hacked my gmail account. Let me paste my previous message on the other channel; My gmail account is hacked, I'm receiving "Not sent postmaster notifications" also my firefox and microsoft edge has new tab like; "https://find-it.pro/?utm_source=distr_m"07:00
zsany idea where can I get help to scan my browsers and computer?07:00
alkisgzs, 22.04, not 20.0407:00
zsMy bad, yes it is 22.04 LTS.07:00
zsalkisg; Processor  : Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3230M CPU @ 2.60GHz   2.60 GHz.  RAM : 4.00 GB (3.90 GB usable)07:02
alkisgLTS should be fine there07:03
lotuspsychjei agree07:03
zsAfter windows; I'll need antivirus, internet security, drivers for video and audio07:04
lotuspsychjezs: Os security and browser security are several things, after installing ubuntu best to change your gmail password and adding alternate email to rescue07:04
zslotuspsychje, sure I'll do it, changing my passwords..07:05
lotuspsychjezs: on ubuntu virusses dont work the same as on windows, still there are av's and IDS to secure yourself on ubuntu07:06
zsSuggest any please which I'll need to install07:07
lotuspsychjezs: clamav, rkhunter, lynis are some i like07:08
zsAlso please suggest; where from can I get drivers for audio / video for my laptop?07:09
zsAlso which browser is best for ubuntu. Forgive my innocence I'm totally new to unbuntu07:10
lotuspsychjezs: ubuntu will load your driver modules at boot level, usualy all your drivers will get recognized to best automatic07:12
lotuspsychjezs: for browsers, Firefox will be default on your 22.04 and is pretty secure out of the box, alternate you can choose more from the software centre07:13
zsAfter I'm connected to the internet right? so I'll defenitely need of ethernet drivers ?07:13
lotuspsychjezs: same story, ethernet driver should already be reconized at your ubuntu setup07:14
classe4ciback to 200507:17
classe4cimi piace07:17
classe4ci_someone speaks italian?07:17
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classe4ci_ho un problema con il mio dispositivo Xubuntuù07:18
classe4ci_non mi ricordo la password di root... c'è un modo di recuperarla?07:18
lotuspsychje!it | classe4ci_07:20
ubottuclasse4ci_: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (per entrare, scrivi « /join #ubuntu-it » senza virgolette)07:20
zsI'll be away for a moment. Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is downloaded...07:57
ravageBefore you click install there is a "try Ubuntu" option08:01
ravageThat will tell you if all the basic drivers work08:01
ravageEthernet would be a big help of course to install additional stuff08:01
ravageSo if that works just click install08:02
SoleSoulHi. Binaries compiled with gcc 10 don't work for our customers on Ubuntu 18.04 becuase "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6: version `GLIBCXX_3.4.26' not found", even when their Ubutnu 18.04 is fully updated. Is there a standard way to solve this? Moving to a newer Ubuntu version is desired but can't happen now.08:16
* tarzeau found a c binary from 2002, and was able to run it today 202308:19
tarzeauSoleSoul: what about you rebuild the source into a new up to date binary?08:19
SoleSoulRunning old binaries works. The problem here is the opposite, our binary is too new for Ubuntu 18.04 to run, it seems.08:20
SoleSoulgcc 10 causes dependency on GLIBCXX_3.4.26 which as it seems is not available on Ubuntu 18.04.08:21
tarzeauyes so you build your sofwtare on 18.04 to run it there08:21
SoleSoultarzeau: I think the issue is the gcc version rather than the Ubuntu version it's compiled on. If we compile with gcc7 on the same compilation environment it works. We change to gcc10 it fails.08:30
SoleSoulAnd we need gcc10 for some security compilation flags which are available in newer gcc versions.08:30
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Guest42Has anybody else noticed that tube.cadence.moe and yewtu.be (youtube alternative stream sites) are not working well recently?09:32
ChunkyzMorning all ❤️10:04
circleHello, Kubuntu 22.04 desktop sometimes becomes unresponsive on network. I first suspected the ISP, but now I wonder if there could be some power saving setting somewhere that shuts down the network. I do not have suspend triggered by timeout. I do have the screen shut off after 10 minutes.10:57
circleWhich logs would have network connectivity status?10:59
circleHello, Kubuntu 22.04 desktop sometimes becomes unresponsive on network while the screen is locked. Is there some power saving setting somewhere that shuts down the network? I do not have suspend triggered by timeout. I do have the screen shut off after 10 minutes. Which logs would have network connectivity status?12:03
FKAShinobi_I have setup Ubuntu 22.04 to have a static IP (v4) address as it is being used as a server. IPv6 is also configured for this same interface and is DHCP. I don't typically use IPv6 addresses in my config files. Is this going to cause problems?12:25
bob_x1is there any reason why bulleye KEYMAP directive in /etc/vconsole.conf does not take effect?13:17
Guest42My computer won't boot since the last time I ran Windows. I just get a grub command prompt. I tried running boot repair from live USB, but there's no recommended repair option, only the option to upload a paste. https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/7gksDJcZrs/13:29
zsI think, I didn't allow "Third party software" while installing ubuntu, so now I'm unable to install any third party software how to resolve it?13:37
lotuspsychjezs: sudo apt install ubuntu-restricted-extras13:38
Guest28My laptop lost the ability to boot since the last time I ran windows. I just see a grub command prompt. Grub repair had no option to fix it, only upload this paste: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/7gksDJcZrs/13:43
xatrixHi guys, can you advice me how to fix ? I'm using 22.04 with latest XFCE. My Open/Save dialogs don't work, until i run 'dbus-update-activation-environment --systemd --all'13:49
EriC^^Guest28: can you paste to another site, says i need to login13:50
Guest28Eric^^: Sure https://pastebin.com/YLYmjdgx13:51
zsHow can I change time and it's format13:51
iOllieNzs, https://linuxize.com/post/how-to-set-or-change-timezone-on-ubuntu-20-04/13:53
EriC^^Guest28: please type "sudo mount /dev/nvme0n1p5 /mnt"13:54
Guest28Eric^^: mount: /mnt: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/nvme0n1p5, missing codepage or helper program, or other error.13:56
EriC^^Guest28: was your linux encrypted by any chance?13:56
Guest28Eric^^: Not to my knowledge13:57
Guest28I never set that up, at any rate13:57
EriC^^Guest28: try 'sudo mount -o sb=32768 /dev/nvme0n1p5 /mnt'13:57
xatrixHi guys, can you advice me how to fix ? I'm using 22.04 with latest XFCE. My Open/Save dialogs don't work, until i run 'dbus-update-activation-environment --systemd --all'13:58
Guest28Eric^^: that returned same error as before13:59
EriC^^Guest28: try 'sudo file -s /dev/nvme0n1p5' any info?13:59
Guest11Eric^^: it said "/dev/nvme0n1p5: data"14:00
Guest11(This is me logged in on the malfunctioning machine BTW)14:00
EriC^^Guest11: sudo blkid /dev/nvme0n1p5  anything from that?14:02
Guest11Eric^^: $ sudo blkid /dev/nvme0n1p514:03
EriC^^Guest11: it looks like something's happened to the linux fs, do you have any backups?14:03
Guest11It said "/dev/nvme0n1p5: PARTUUID="82673f82-783f-433d-8a71-739b77ce3016"14:03
EriC^^aha, yeah no uuid/fs14:04
Guest11Eric^^: No I don't14:04
EriC^^hmm, anything important on it you need?14:04
Guest11Eric^^ Yeah I'd like to at least recover my documents folder. Is the only solution is wiping and starting fresh?14:05
Guest11Just RUNNING god damn windows one time is enough to nuke my laptop? What a clusterfark14:06
EriC^^Guest11: well you could try to run 'fsck' on it, it might work, do you remember at all if you were using some exotic fs like zfs or btrfs or something?14:06
Guest11Eric^^: I'm not smart enough for anything like that, never even heard of them. I just installed ubuntu with all the defailt settings.14:06
EriC^^right now the uuid/fs isnt showing when we run something on it, that's why i was asking maybe it's encrypted, but even then i think it would mention luks header or something14:06
Guest11what's the command to do the fsck thing?14:07
EriC^^Guest11: type 'sudo add-apt-repository universe'14:07
BluesKajHi all14:07
EriC^^Guest11: we'll try it last, in case it messes it up more somehow, first i think it's good to give testdisk a shot, why not14:08
EriC^^Guest11: type 'sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install testdisk'14:08
Guest11Eric^^: OK got testdisk14:09
EriC^^Guest11: type 'sudo testdisk /dev/nvme0n1'14:10
EriC^^then proceed->efi gpt->analyse14:10
Guest11Eric^^ Here's what it looks like having finished the scan: https://pastebin.com/HGbdm5yY14:17
EriC^^Guest11: if you highlight the lower one, what size does it say at the very bottom of the screen?14:19
Guest11Eric^^ Hovering over the lower item "MS Data   1261568..." at the bottom of the screen it says:14:20
Guest11"NTFS, blocksize=4096, 250 GB / 233 GiB"14:20
EriC^^aha seems its the windows one14:20
EriC^^Guest11: try pressing enter to continue, then try running a 'deep search' for a bit, no need to let it run alot14:21
EriC^^really we're looking for a partition to pop up that is close to 509892608 in sectors, that should be the linux one14:21
Guest28Eric^^: OK we're at 12%, seen several warnings about number of sectors per track mismatches. The most recent thing to pop up is MAC HFS which is weird as this is a Dell XPS1314:23
EriC^^Guest28: any 509 .... starting partitions?14:24
Guest28Now at 37% and not seen that number]14:25
EriC^^Guest28: actually just hit enter, i think we can just point it directly to the partition from the start and it should be the same, press enter to stop the search, if there's no 509 starting partition, keep pressing 'q' til you exit the program14:26
Guest11Eric^^ Here's what it said after pressing enter:14:27
Guest11Disk /dev/nvme0n1 - 512 GB / 476 GiB - CHS 488386 64 3214:27
Guest11The harddisk (512 GB / 476 GiB) seems too small! (< 973 GB / 906 GiB)14:27
Guest11Check the harddisk size: HD jumper settings, BIOS detection...14:27
Guest11The following partition can't be recovered:14:27
Guest11     Partition               Start        End    Size in sectors14:27
leprechaunhaha ffs14:27
EriC^^it should unquiet you in a bit Guest11 then use pastebin.com14:28
Guest11Eric^^: OK14:30
Guest28nvm, I'll just go commit suicide instead14:36
* alkisg gives a hug to Guest28 to prevent suicide :)15:14
rick89Hi my friends15:39
rick89I have a problem15:39
rick89I can't uninstall rhythmbox15:40
rick89It says "Error while installing 33.3333"15:40
lotuspsychj3rick89: can you !paste what happens after sudo apt purge rhythmbox15:41
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://dpaste.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.15:41
rick89lotus, it says that the package is not installed then it won't be uninstalled15:44
lotuspsychj3use a paste link please rick89 so the volunteers can think along with you15:45
ioriarick89, dpkg -l | grep rhythmbox | nc termbin.com 999915:46
ioriarick89, i don't think the problem is rhythmbox15:48
rick89yes, there was a problem with crossover15:48
ioriarick89, what is that, a snap ?15:48
rick89crossover is a paid version of wine that allows to run recent versions of microsoft office15:49
ioriaah, wonderfull15:49
ioriarick89, dpkg -l | grep crossover | nc termbin.com 999915:49
ioriarick89, sudo apt purge  crossover15:50
rick89It says that too many errors so the process stoped15:52
ioriarick89, sudo dpkg -P   crossover15:53
ioriarick89, sudo mv  /var/lib/dpkg/info/crossover* /tmp15:55
rick89I changed language to english so you can help me better15:55
ioriarick89, yes, i see ; sudo mv  /var/lib/dpkg/info/crossover* /tmp15:56
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ioriarick89, sudo apt purge  crossover15:57
ioriarick89, sudo apt update15:59
lotuspsychj3!cookie | ioria15:59
ubottuioria: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!15:59
ioriait's not done yet lotuspsychj315:59
ioriarick89, sudo apt full-upgrade16:00
lotuspsychj3lookin good :p16:01
ioriarick89, y16:01
ioriarick89, when it's done, run :  sudo dpkg --configure -a16:02
ioriarick89, it's ok; now ... you want to remove rhytmbox ?16:03
rick89it looks it's uninstalled16:04
rick89I have the same problem with Konqueror. I installed it but it doesn't run and I can uninstall it.16:04
ioriaah,ok... i isuggest to stay away from that crossover, and use the snap package ; snap find crossover16:04
ioriai mean, stay away from the .deb pkg of crossover and use the snap version instead16:05
rick89Thanks in advance16:06
ioriarick89, is it installed properly ?16:07
ravagethat looks like snap got stuck16:07
arraybolt3ioria: The "crossover" Snap package isn't the same as CodeWeavers Crossover.16:07
ioriaarraybolt3, i realize that in this moment , tx16:07
ioriarick89, never mind the crossover snap ; it's not that16:08
rick89ioria I installed it from the ubuntu app store16:08
ioriarick89, are we talking about Konqueror, right ?16:08
rick89It looks now it's uninstalled16:09
ioriarick89, dpkg -l | grep  konqueror | nc termbin.com 999916:09
ioriarick89, snap list16:10
ioriarick89, i don't see any Konqueror16:12
rick89ok it looks its uninstalled16:13
rick89crossover have some icons in the dashboard16:13
ioriarick89, look in your home directory16:14
ioriarick89, you might have some .crossover folder or such; or a desktop file somewhere in .loca/share/applicationsù16:15
ioriarick89, might be hidden ; use ctrl + h16:15
ioriarick89, ls ~/.local/share/applications | nc termbin.com 999916:19
ioriait's easier use termbin thnam imgur16:20
ioriarick89, ls /usr/share/applications | nc termbin.com 999916:21
ioriait's there 'cxoffice'16:22
rick89yes, that's crossover16:23
ioriarick89, those files that begin with cxassoc; you can remove them16:23
ioriain /usr/share/applications16:24
ioriarick89, and check also the /opt directory for leftovers16:25
ioriarick89, you need sudo; just use the terminal : cd /usr/share/applications and sudo mv cxassoc* /tmp16:27
rick89it removed all files less two16:29
ioriarick89, same : sudo mv cxmenu* /tmp16:29
rick89ok thanks all icons are gone16:31
rick89thanks for your help ioria16:31
ioriarick89, no problem; well done16:31
ogra!cookie | ioria16:32
ubottuioria: Wow! You're such a great helper, you deserve a cookie!16:32
rick89!cookie | ioria16:32
ograravage, thats not snap being stuck but telling you it already does the operation and will not do it twice ...16:33
ogra(snap works async)16:33
ograthe message should perhaps be a bit clearer so that my mom would understand it too ...16:34
jhutchinsAnybody know what happened to sensord in lm-sensors?16:42
Macwinnerour datacenter provider is really a pain to work with.  They delivered an ubuntu 20.04 base system but didn't configure the partition with XFS, nor did they setup soft RAID between the 2 drives.  Is it possible/straight forward for me to do this assuming I have remote access to the KVM console?16:46
ograjhutchins, http://launchpadlibrarian.net/314716628/lm-sensors_1%3A3.4.0-3_1%3A3.4.0-4.diff.gz16:47
Macwinnerjust looking for a self-service solution before I hound them.16:47
ograjhutchins, got dropped in debian due to being unmaintained and broken for a long time16:47
arrayboltXEMacwinner: Are you attempting to do this to a running system from within the installed, running system?16:48
arrayboltXEI don't think that's possible (or if it is, it's almost certainly quite dangerous).16:48
arrayboltXEMacwinner: Does your datacenter use anything like Intel AMT or the like that would let you remotely boot the computer in question from a live ISO?16:49
arrayboltXE(Er, that might be Dell iDRAC I'm thinking of there.)16:50
ograarrayboltXE, oh, are you the "eXtended Edition" today ?16:50
jhutchinsogra: There's an incredible range of hardware to support, it looks like they just gave up.16:51
ograjhutchins, well, complain to upstream i guess ...16:52
ograseems debian just got tired of getting all the unsolvable bug reports that nobody cared for in upstream16:53
seereMacwinner: possible yes, but dunno if it is worth the effort. If you have 2 drives, you could setup the second one as a RAID-1 with a missing drive, copy everything over, adjust fstab, bootloader,... to boot from the second drive, cross your fingers, reboot, check, add the first drive to the RAID, maybe adjust the bootloader again, double cross your fingers and reboot again.16:59
plujonI'm on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS, using Wayland, and I'd like to create a screencast.  When I try to use Peek, it often crashes and won't work after that.  When I try to use "Take a Screenshot", the result is a very small .webm that alters the color of pixels a little and is pretty choppy.  Is there some reliable tool for creating screencasts on Ubuntu 22.04 LTS on Wayland?17:00
seereMacwinner: btdt, was swaety17:01
leprechaundoes anyone have a solution for getting nvidia drivers and wayland to accualy work?17:01
Macwinnerseere: I'm willing to try because I'm curious.  so you would setup the second drive with XFS?17:01
alkisgplujon: I've heard of this, but haven't tested it : https://itsfoss.com/screen-record-obs-wayland/17:02
Macwinnerseere: sorry, i didn't understand "btdt, was swaety"17:02
arraybolt3Probably "been there, done that, was sweaty".17:02
seerearraybolt3: correct ;)17:02
ograleprechaun, probably not even Nvidia 😛17:02
seereMacwinner: what FS do you have now and what do you expect from XFS?17:03
ogra(else we'd not still have to use xorg wen their drivers are in use)17:03
arraybolt3seere: I like your solution, that sounds like it will actually work. However, Macwinner: Make sure you have a clear recovery procedure in the event you make a mistake and can't boot the system anymore.17:03
plujonalkisg: Thanks; I'll give that a try.17:03
Macwinnerseere: ext4.  Our database server build wants XFS17:04
seereMacwinner: what arraybolt said - check if you can reboot some recovery media or can trigger a reinstall in the case something goes wrong.17:05
Macwinnerarraybolt3: the recovery procedure is to tell the datacenter to reimage it again :). There is no data on the server I care about at the moment17:05
Macwinnerseere: I can trigger an automated build that gets me back to my current state pretty quickly.  It just doesn't do the XFS and RAID automatically17:05
seereMacwinner: then as I said above - create a new raid out of the spare drive, (maybe put LVM on it and add volumes as MD devices can't be partioned), mkfs.xfs, and so on17:08
Macwinnerseere: thank you! I think the process will be helpful for me to understand how all this stuff works17:10
seereMacwinner: definitly17:10
Macwinnerseere: what's the correct way to copy the data over to the second drive so that it preserves the /boot, SWAP and / correctly?17:21
Macwinnerthere is currently a sda1=/boot, sda2=[SWAP], sda3=/.   And sdb1=/disk217:22
seereMacwinner: As said, MD arrays can't be partitioned. Are sda1 and sdb1 the same size?17:22
seeresorry, sda and sdb.17:23
Macwinneryes, sda/sdb are same size17:23
Macwinnerseere: these steps seem similar to what you are suggesting? https://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Convert_a_single_drive_system_to_RAID17:25
plujonLooks to me as if obs also alters the colors of screencasts.17:25
plujon(using PipeWire window capture)17:26
Bombois there a ppa for kernel 6.x yet for jolly?17:26
Bombois there a howto on how to compile a kernel from https://cdn.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v6.x/linux-6.1.4.tar.xz ?17:27
plujonIt seems that color-picker fails to run on Wayland; are there any working color pickers on Wayland?17:28
EriC^^!mainline | Bombo maybe you'll find 6.x here17:28
ubottuBombo maybe you'll find 6.x here: The 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/MainlineBuilds17:28
seereMacwinner: at a first glance - yes. You will need at least two arrays if you want to stick with the separate /boot. For swap you need a partition (if not swapping to file or LVM) and can decide to put it on an additional MD ore use it as is.17:30
BomboEriC^^: thx17:31
EriC^^Bombo: np17:31
jhutchinsogra: ^17:38
plujonIf I right-click on a Window, one of the options is "Take Screenshot".  If I do so, it says the image was copied to the clipboard.  Where exactly can I paste the result?17:42
happymealplujon: anywhere that you can paste17:49
happymealpreferrably in an application that can display pictures17:49
oerheksinstall copyQ, it is wayland compatible17:50
plujonIs there some option to simply generate a .png or similar?  Who pastes screenshots into other applications..?17:51
oerheksyou made a screenshot, now find a way to store it?17:53
plujonWhy would anybody prefer that to simply creating a png?  Is it to control image quality and format?  Personally, I only ever create .png (or .webp) and the image details (such as quality) is beyond me...17:56
happymealif youre writing documentation about said window youd want to paste it into a document17:56
happymealthere are a 1000 use cases for pasting a screenshot somewhere, you should be searching for something that automatically saves screenshots to a certain directory in a certain format17:57
ubottuFor posting multi-line texts into the channel, please use https://dpaste.com | To post !screenshots use https://imgur.com | !pastebinit to paste directly from command line | Make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the channel topic.17:59
jhutchinsAvoid imagur.17:59
oerheksjhutchins, it is one that needs no registration.18:01
oerheksif you have a better option, discuss that with the factoid team?18:01
plujonShrug.  Maybe it is so people can paste images into element or discord or something.  Seems more likely than putting screenshots inside .docx or .pdf files...18:02
jhutchinsoerheks: Working on it.  Imagur is doing things with user data (working on documentation).  I have watchdogs that go nuts if I try to post or even read there.18:03
jhutchinsYou know what it means when a site provides a service without requiring registration.18:04
punkgeekIs there anyway to reach ipv6 through dns server from ipv4 only network?18:04
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jhutchinspunkgeek: Might as well try it.  There's no reason an ipv6 DNS server can't respond over ipv4.18:06
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jhutchinsoerheks: https://imgbb.com/18:15
punkgeekjhutchins: My home ISP is only have ipv4 and doesn't support IPV6. Is it possile to use VPS that has both IPV4 and IPV6 and run dns server. Then put the VPS ip as my dns on my home pc. Can I use this case to access the IPV6?18:17
jhutchinspunkgeek: There's no point it it.18:17
jhutchinspunkgeek: Most ipv4 ISPs run ipv6 gateways.  There is a LOT of territory that still doesn't carry ipv6 at all.18:18
jhutchinspunkgeek: ipv6 still hasn't implemented some of the networking services that are standard in ipv4.18:19
punkgeekjhutchins: We have censorship in our country because of the revolution (Iran). The government trying to close the IPv4 address that is used for VPN. However, our ISP doesn't support IPV6. Is there any way to solve this issue?18:19
jhutchinspunkgeek: Not from a technical standpoint, no.18:20
punkgeekIt could be very helpful if we can access to the IPV6, becasue we can sue whatsap or other social medias on ipv6.18:20
jhutchinspunkgeek: The traffic would still be travelling over ipv4 segments of the network.18:21
punkgeekYes, but if it possible to translate from ipv4 to ipv6 would be very helpful. Becasue they cannot monitor dns servers.18:22
bahamatjhutchins: > ipv6 still hasn't implemented some of the networking services that are standard in ipv418:23
bahamatjhutchins: like what?18:23
jhutchinsbahamat: I don't have the implementation document available.  It was part of a project I did a few years ago.18:25
jhutchinsiirc some of the ways vhost-by-name and similar things work, as well as some other essentials.18:25
jhutchinsWe made our sites available over ipv6, but some things didn't work.18:26
jhutchinsWe just redirected them.18:26
bahamatI don't think that's true at all.18:27
bahamatI've been running networks with v6 as the primary transport for over 10 years.18:27
jhutchinsbahamat: You are welcome to think that.18:27
FKAShinobiIs there a way to run sensorsd from an old version of lm-sensors?18:28
bahamatIPv6 has been production ready for a very long time. So unless you can cite some concrete examples, your assertion is nothing more than FUD.18:29
tyklingjhutchins: what absolute nonsense :) you were doing it wrong, ipv6 works fine18:30
jhutchinsFKAShinobi: It looks like all of the functions have been moved into the kernel.18:30
FKAShinobijhutchins: Now I'm confused :)  Why have a package then?18:32
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ograFKAShinobi, there is no package anymore18:37
ogra(of sensord that is)18:38
Macwinnerwhen i do snap list: what is this: "core20  20221212       1778   latest/stable  canonical✓  base"18:39
Macwinnerthere is also core1818:40
ioriaMacwinner, https://snapcraft.io/docs/base-snaps18:42
FKAShinobiogra: So if temps get critical or a fan dies, does it send mail to root or something?18:43
Bombowhen lspci shows '0b:00.0 VGA compatible controller: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI] Device 73ef (rev c1)' does that mean the GPU is not supported by the kernel? because it shows 'Device 73ef' instead of the actual name 'ASUS RX 6650 XT' or something like that?18:46
Macwinnerioria: I'm trying to remove snap from our ubuntu servers.. after systemctl stop snapd and apt remove snapd, i'm still seeing "loop0         7:0    0  55.6M  1 loop /snap/core18/2654"18:48
Macwinnerwhere is that created18:48
ioriaMacwinner, i think you need to remove it manually18:50
ograFKAShinobi, no idea ... there is probably a systemd side thing you could use for that nowadays or some such 🙂18:51
ogra(or a udev rule)18:51
seereBombo: not necessarily. It only says that lspci has no mapping for the DevId in it's database. Maybe try 'sudo update-pciids' and try again.18:57
seereBombo: this has no relation to what the kernel drivers think about this device.18:58
crimson_king"The following packages have been kept back: grub-common grub-pc grub-pc-bin grub2-common"19:04
crimson_kingwhen doing an "apt upgrade" or "full-upgrade"19:04
sarnoldcrimson_king: it looks like that's a phased update https://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/phased-updates.html19:05
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crimson_kingah yes, i'm on kinetic19:07
Bomboseere: ok thx19:10
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rick89My friends, there is an app called ImageMagick installed in my laptop, which I can't uninstall with the Ubuntu app store and also I didn't install it19:47
rick89How to remove it?19:47
CodeMouse92rick89: Leave that there; the backend of that is used by a lot of applications.19:47
CodeMouse92If you remove it, you break a LOT of other things. That's why the Ubuntu app store won't let you remove it.19:47
sarnoldtry removing it with apt on the command line and you'll see what brought it in19:48
sarnoldmaybe you'll want to keep those things, maybe you'll want to throw them away, too19:48
Macwinnerhas oomkiller been removed from default ubuntu22 install?19:56
Macwinneri don't see any systemctl units for it19:56
arrayboltXEMacwinner: You're probably looking for systemd-oomd20:15
Macwinnersystemctl status systemd-oomd20:16
Macwinneris that the right command? it doesn't seem to find it20:16
Macwinner"systemctl list-units | grep oom"  also doesn't show anything20:18
rzheya, I'm having some issues with firefox on ubuntu. I'm unfortunately using the snapd version as it's the default but every now and then the system window around firefox dies and I can't resize or move the window anymore20:22
rzHappens on both my work laptop running on intel cpu and integrated graphics and my home system with a ryzed +discrete radeon gpu so I don't think it's a gpu issue. And as I'm having the same issue on 2 machines I think this might be a common-ish issue20:23
jhutchinstykling: I'll be sure to tell the auditors you said so.21:40
tyklingshow me on this doll where ipv6 hurt you21:42
leftyfblets not21:43
Bomboi got this in dmesg, 'asus amd RX 6650' is not working then: "amdgpu: get invalid ip discovery binary signature from vram amdgpu: amdgpu_discovery is not set properly amdgpu: failed to read ip discovery binary from file [drm:amdgpu_discovery_set_ip_blocks.cold [amdgpu]] *ERROR* amdgpu_discovery_init failed amdgpu: Fatal error during GPU init"21:52
Bombois there a channel for amd gpus?21:53
Guest16how to increase performance22:06
sarnoldBombo: there's a #radeon -- I don't know if it's actually for the new amdgpu stuff or not.. on a first guess, do you have the right firmware files installed?22:08
Guest16radeon has trouble with amdgpu on my rig22:11
Guest16cant run amdgpu kernel driver even when i blacklist no screen output. have a pitcairn22:12
Bombosarnold: i don't know, how to find out? linux-firmware package is installed22:49
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webchat7im getting a black screen after pressing "Try or install ubuntu"23:22
webchat7what do I do23:22
arrayboltXEwebchat7: Try booting the live ISO in Safe Graphics Mode.23:24
arrayboltXEWhat version of Ubuntu are you using?23:24
webchat7I'm using the most up to date version23:24
arrayboltXEYou might try an earlier supported version of Ubuntu (like 22.04 or 20.04).23:25
arrayboltXETry Safe Graphics Mode first if possible, though.23:25
webchat7ok try23:26
webchat7ill try*23:26
webchat7same thing when choosing safe graphics23:27
ubottuSystems with certain graphics chipsets may not boot properly out of the box. "Temporarily Add a Kernel Boot Parameter for Testing" as discussed at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/KernelBootParameters to add the "nomodeset" parameter there.23:27
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arrayboltXEoerheks: I think "Safe Graphics Mode" does that.23:38

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