val_I fixed the sound to keep the enhanced amplification option to %150 :)00:00
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oerheksDoes that stick over 100% after reboot?00:05
Sp3eDem0nhello world@!!00:11
val_yes, it sticks to %150 after reboot00:12
Polochon_streethi! Is there any way place with checksums (md5, etc) of binaries installed by default on Ubuntu? I'm facing something that might have compromised my `ps` (and other commands), and I'd like to check their integrity00:22
Bashing-omPolochon_street: Yeah - kernel keeps a check file: /var/lib/dpkg/info/<package_name>.md5sums : list of MD5 hash values for files installed by the package. The installation of debsums enables verification of installed package files against MD5sum values in the this file.00:26
Polochon_streetwhich package `ps` belongs to? `dpkg -S /bin/ps` didn't return anything00:26
Polochon_streetI assume it's a built-in or something, so not sure how this works00:27
oerheksdpkg -S /bin/ps returns procps: /bin/ps00:32
oerheks!info procps00:32
ubottuprocps (2:3.3.17-7ubuntu1, kinetic): /proc file system utilities. In component main, is required. Built by procps. Size 366 kB / 1,384 kB00:32
oerheksso you have a weird ubuntu?00:33
val_who? me?00:35
oerheksno, not you val_00:37
oerheksi wait for a good time to reboot, never got volume set above 100%.00:38
val_click on sound icon on the taskbar, the check the option: raise maximum volume00:39
val_but it worked after installing the app gnome tweaks and selecting: over amplification00:39
val_install the app first00:40
Polochon_streetyea, that ubuntu VM is in an interesting state :D thanks for the help!00:41
sarnoldoerheks: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=13475800:46
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Debian bug 134758 in dpkg "dpkg-query: Make -S handle unowned symlinks resolving to owned pathnames" [Wishlist, Open]00:46
sarnoldoerheks: dpkg -S just plain doesn't know what's what some of the time :(00:46
oerheksweird, it worked for me00:48
lagash_Hello, I'm trying to get hostapd working. I have an USB WiFi adapter, I know it has AP support (I've used it before on a RPi), but apparently Ubuntu uses a stack that's different from what I'm used to. For instance, I can't find /etc/network/interfaces, and I've heard that's because Ubuntu now uses netplan?? I want it so that when the interface appears (i.e. when I plug in the device), the AP gets started.00:57
lagash_I'm using Ubuntu jammy. /etc/netplan/* seems to pass it on to NetworkManager, and NM seems to have the ifupdown plugin...00:58
sarnoldlagash_: you can switch netplan to use the systemd-networkd framework, too01:01
lagash_sarnold: I'm actually more familiar with NM01:02
sarnoldlagash_: unfortunately i find the docs on the system itself to be pretty thin; the better docs are online https://netplan.io/01:02
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theoremso, if vncserver allows me to connect , but upon connection it's just a gray screen.  I thik this means the window manager is not functioning, right ?02:45
sarnoldor perhaps it is running and no clients have been configured to start?02:49
sarnoldI never really got the hang of vnc things02:49
theoremhmm, I just ran gnome-session02:49
theorem/usr/libexec/gnome-session-binary: symbol lookup error: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgdk-3.so.0: undefined symbol: wl_proxy_marshal_flags02:49
theoremseems like a library problem02:49
crax23that;s probably because it started a secondary X session theorem.02:50
crax23Bad vnc server configuration i think.02:50
theoremhmm, ok.02:50
theoremthe library problem isn't a normal error though02:50
theoremI'll tweak the vncserver conf though02:51
sarnoldthat sounds a bit like it's trying to run wayland02:51
theoremyes, it was working ok before .. but I think I broke something ...02:52
sarnolddoes that work? I heard pipewire things were introduced to try to make wayland deal with recording and remote sessions and the like02:52
theoremshould it not run wayland ?02:52
pinkergloopso i'm on ubuntu studio 22.1002:52
pinkergloopi still have the weird issue with my desktop (plasma) from yesterday where everything desktop-related freezes but existing apps still run02:53
theoremhere's the config https://pastebin.com/0Q8nATwz02:53
pinkerglooplet me post the logs02:53
sarnoldtheorem: is the missing # at the start an accident in pasting?02:54
theoremyes, paste error02:54
theoremthe shebang is there02:54
pinkergloopi have no idea what to do as of rn02:54
sarnoldtheorem: there's two calls to gnome-session -- I'd expect only one of those to be necessary. I don't know what exactly gnome-session is supposed to do, but I think I'd expect it to be responsible for starting the panel, shell, etc02:55
sarnoldtheorem: it's a bit weird that metacity is listed, too -- I thought that was replaced by gnome-shell?02:55
theoremI hacked it together02:56
theoremand it worked , so I left it :-P02:56
sarnoldhehe :)02:56
theorembut, it doesn't work now02:56
theoremso .. there's that02:56
theoremI'll remove metacity02:56
sarnoldpinkergloop: sheesh, that's pretty hard to decipher :(02:57
theoremyes, it must be this library problem02:58
theorembecause I am getting it with xfce4 too02:58
theoremxfce4-session: symbol lookup error: /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgdk-3.so.0: undefined symbol: wl_proxy_marshal_flags02:59
pinkergloopsarnold: oh damn :/02:59
pinkergloopwhat could be the cause of the whole "binding loop" thing?03:00
pinkergloopthe one theory that i do have is it MIGHT be a graphics card driver thing03:01
theoremhmm, so this has to be a library issue.  the gtk3 lib must have this symbol03:04
theoremI suppose I could find the source package that installed it wih apt03:05
pinkergloopidk though, isn't the rx 6950 xt supposed to work out of box?03:06
sarnoldtheorem: oo check this last comment https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gtk+3.0/+bug/196073703:07
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 1960737 in gtk+3.0 (Ubuntu) "/usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgtk-3-0/gtk-query-immodules-3.0: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libgdk-3.so.0: undefined symbol: wl_proxy_marshal_flags" [Undecided, Invalid]03:08
sarnoldpinkergloop: I'm no expert on video stuff but that sounds pretty plausible, yeah03:08
theoremsarnold: checking03:09
pinkerglooptheorem: tysm03:09
theoremsarnold: oh, that saouds very plausible, I did have the amdgpu drivers installed, I thought I removed all of them03:10
theoremthey have all been disabled .. but I do have them ...03:11
theoremso I suspect I need to upgrade them ..03:12
pinkerglooptheorem: i never installed them tbh because i was under the impression that ubuntu came with them. only problem is that on the amd website, rx 6950 xt drivers seem to be only for up to 22.04 but i'm on 22.10. would that be an issue?03:12
theorempinkergloop: you chatting to sarnold ?03:13
pinkerglooptheorem: oh wait nvm somehow i missed what he said to you and thought he was calling you for help loool03:13
pinkergloopsarnold: but yeah03:14
pinkergloopmy complete mistake03:14
theorem;-P  all good03:14
theoremsarnold: so, rather than upgrade, it looks like I installed it by file03:18
theoremhow do I just ... remove it ?03:18
theoremeg: deb https://repo.radeon.com/amdgpu/22.10.2/ubuntu focal main03:19
theoremwhoops, wrong paste03:19
sarnoldtheorem: maybe apt install --reinstall <packagename> ?03:19
theorem# deb [trusted=yes] file:/var/opt/amdgpu-pro-local/ ./ # disabled on upgrade to bionic03:20
theoremthis is how I installed it03:20
theoremthe files are around03:20
theorembut I don't want to add the dist back to apt03:20
theoremI should be able to use dpkg yo remove it ?03:20
sarnoldyeah, dpkg --purge or something like that; I haven't used it directly in ages03:20
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theoremI *think* I can remove all this03:25
sarnoldI think so too, but boy that's a big list03:26
theoremthey're all inter-dependent too03:26
theoremgetting there ....03:34
theoremthat was a lit to remove03:39
theorembut it fixed it.03:39
theoremnow to make vncserver atually look good.03:40
sarnoldtheorem: sweet!03:40
theoremohhhhhhh yes.  it look sso much better :)03:42
theoremit was such a bitch to setup vncserver the first time03:42
sarnoldhah yeah taht's the impression I always get whenever someone debugs it into working :)03:43
theoremnow ... I WOULD like it to look like the standard Ubuntu desktop03:43
theoremyou said something about metacity before03:43
theoremwhat should it be instead ?03:43
theoremI had a bunch of stuff crash as it started properly03:44
theorem( from the xstartup, so it's ok )03:44
sarnoldgnome-shell -- I'm pretty sure it ought to be started by gnome-session03:44
theoremgnome-session gnome-shell &03:45
sarnoldoh no :(03:49
sarnoldoh yay!03:53
theoremsarnold: so, if I am getting "Oh No! Something has gone wrong ..."  "Please log out and try again"  ..03:54
theoremwhat could this be ?03:54
sarnoldtheorem: oh no :( that's very vague :(03:57
theoremalright, let me get some logs03:58
theoremXlib:  extension "X-Resource" missing on display ":1".04:00
theoremok, this makes more sense04:03
sarnoldoh wow04:03
theoremsarnold: lol, what ?04:03
theoremI am imagining you making the "scared pikachu" face :)04:03
sarnoldtheorem: I can't really imagine X without X resources04:03
sarnoldtheorem: I had no idea it was an *extension*, they've been there longer than I've been using linux, lol04:03
theoremoh, could I have uninstalled it by accident ?04:04
sarnoldI hope not :)04:04
sarnoldtheorem: I've got to head out :( good luck04:06
theoremhave fun04:06
sarnoldthanks :) you too!04:06
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eestsarnold: yeah i will see what i can do, trying to figure out how to best deal with the situation, seems it would make sense to, at some part in the program, iterate over the found devices, check if any duplicate wwn's exist and mark a drive as such, so that instead of just removing wwn like i did, you can check "is this duplicate" and continue to the next option like serial07:25
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ChunkyzMorning all ❤️❣️09:36
kostkonChunkyz, morning09:40
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trafficjamwhat are the advantages of ubuntu core?11:44
ravagetrafficjam: https://ubuntu.com/core/features11:45
trafficjamcan it be run locally?11:45
trafficjamand do I need that bs Ubuntu One account to access it?11:46
collector-ynh[m]Hi, I am using Ubuntu with full encryption on an SSD, and I just added a second SSD that I use only for storage, but I would like to add it to the Ubuntu LUKS encryption as well, so that when I decrypt the OS, it also decrypts it.11:49
collector-ynh[m]Is it possible to add a storage medium to the Ubuntu LUKS encryption?11:49
ravagecollector-ynh[m]: https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/368073/is-it-possible-to-unlock-multiple-luks-devices-to-form-a-lvm-at-boot11:50
ravageThe current version of *ubuntu seems to automatically load the mentioned script without being specified.11:51
ice99the naming reported by lsusb --tree is different from what dmesg reports when a device is plugged; so how can I identify which port I'm using to find out it's speed?12:08
lotuspsychjeice99: is sudo lsusb -vvv |grep -i -B5 -A5 bcdUSB , what you seek for?12:24
collector-ynh[m]<ravage> "collector-ynh: https://unix...." <- thanks :)12:32
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MacSlowGreetings everyone!13:15
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tarel2Installed Ubuntu first and gentoo second.  for gentoo I chose to put it on own partition and made second efi for Gentoo.  now I thought rather then push f2 and use the bios to chose which os, a menu in grub would be nice. How do you use os-prober in Ubuntu 20.04?13:28
Jeremy31tarel2: Might just have to reinstall grub from Ubuntu13:29
tarel2Wow , that is lame13:30
Guest19Hi guys I need help with a question about Bitcoin and Taxes in the USA hoping u guys can advise13:31
Guest19I bought $100 worth of BTC with my debit card on Coinbase, then sold back to coinbase for USD, and withdrew to my bank account13:32
tomreyn!ot | Guest1913:32
ubottuGuest19: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!13:32
Guest19IDK how to file this in taxes, as I no longer have access to my coinbase13:32
Guest19come on dude its 5am and theres no other discussions13:32
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nhucan i have help15:33
leftyfb!ask | nhu15:34
ubottunhu: 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 !patience15:34
ubottuDon't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. While you wait, try searching https://help.ubuntu.com or https://ubuntuforums.org or https://askubuntu.com/15:35
leftyfbnhu: what do you need help with?15:35
nhui need help with trying to install pihole it gives this output :15:38
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.15:38
nhu✓] Checking for sudo15:39
nhu  [✓] Checking for unzip15:39
nhu  [i] Checking for idn2 (will be installed)15:39
nhu  [✓] Checking for libcap2-bin15:39
nhu  [✓] Checking for dns-root-data15:39
nhu  [✓] Checking for libcap215:39
leftyfbnhu: pihole is not a supported application in ubuntu. nhu that said, there are plenty of really good tutorials on how to install it https://raspberrytips.com/install-pi-hole-on-ubuntu/15:39
leftyfbnhu: https://www.osradar.com/install-pihole-on-ubuntu-20-04/15:40
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ChunkyzThere's also #pihole on this network15:56
ChunkyzOh, he left.15:56
user521Hello All, I hope you re good. I have a HP Pavillion with Ubuntu 22.04.1 LTS installed. Everything is in full working order but, when I lower the lid and then reopen, it goes stuck in airplane mode and there is no way to get out of it. This happens both with battery or powered. Could please anyone support me? I tried already some guide on google but it didnt work unfortunately17:09
user521thaks a lot17:09
mister_mI have a laptop where I've used gnome-tweaks to swap caps lock and control for accessibility reasons. Unfortunately, if I plug in an external keyboard where this is not necessary the re-map would also apply to the external keyboard. Is anyone aware of a way to have this caps/ctrl swap only apply to my laptop's keyboard and nothing external? I imagine I'd need to do this outside of gnome-tweaks.17:10
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RP_Mhi all17:54
jhutchinsmister_m: Are you expecting to use both keyboards as input to the same user session?18:06
mister_mjhutchins: I am, yes18:07
jhutchinsmister_m: I believe there is nothing that distinguishes the source of keyboard input.  I think the system can't tell which keyboard is sending a code.18:19
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mister_mAh bummer. jhutchins Assuming that there is a different way to manage this outside of gnome-tweaks (I am sure there is), would there be an easy way to flip between having that re-map on or off?18:49
mister_mIt looks like this thread https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/268171/linux-detect-if-external-keyboard-is-plugged-to-laptop  may have some ideas on doing this with udev rules. Looks complicated18:50
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ice9where can I see a list of Ubunut's patches to the stock kernel?20:12
jhutchinsmister_m: I think the premise is that you are very unlikely to use two keyboards at the same time, therefore it's easier to just toggle the layout on the keyboard you are using at the time.21:06
jhutchinsmister_m: Multi-station multi-session is built into the linux core, but usually requires some special hardware.21:07
jhutchins(And I just got rid of my eight port serial expander...)21:08
ElliriaHey there, does anybody know of a YAML viewer for Ubuntu?21:10
rboxyaml is text21:11
rboxso... cat21:11
ElliriaNo, I mean a GUI so you can see how it behaves.21:11
ElliriaI write and edit it in Geany text editor, but I'd like to see the result.21:11
rboxwhat result21:12
ElliriaYou can create interactive elements with YAML and I'd like to see them.21:12
rboxuse your eyes?21:12
jhutchinsElliria: Most web browsers will render yaml.21:12
jhutchinsElliria: What's your end application?21:13
ElliriaGitHub, but I'd love an offline viewer so I can perfect the code offline and them only put it onto GitHub once I like it.21:13
ElliriaYou're a rude person rbox.21:13
HabbieElliria, what kind of interactive elements do you mean?21:15
jhutchinsElliria: GitHub doesn't render YAML, so I'm presuming the actuall end viewer is in fact a web browser.  Maybe you didn't know web browsers can render local files?21:16
ElliriaCheckboxes, radio buttons, etc.21:16
HabbieElliria, ok, that doesn't sound like "just YAML" but some specific application that uses it21:16
ElliriaGitHub uses YAML for their new issue templates: https://docs.github.com/en/communities/using-templates-to-encourage-useful-issues-and-pull-requests/syntax-for-issue-forms21:17
ElliriaYeah, and I'm hoping for a similar application for my offline use.21:17
Habbieok, now the question is clear21:18
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philipp64I recently applied updates and rebooted on my 22.04 x86_64 system, and now I can't scp/sftp to/from that system... though "ssh" itself seems to mostly work.  any ideas?22:33
philipp64I get: client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe22:33
jimI'm temporarily running ubuntu, I think it's the lts 22.04... I'm trying to get pulse and jack to cooperate; how can I do that?22:34
jimphilipp64, I dunno.. is the sshd running?22:34
philipp64yes, like I said, I can ssh in just fine.22:35
jimbut can't scp?22:35
jimok, what happens when you try?22:36
ravagejim: i think Ubuntu Studio has a much better integration with jack22:36
philipp64MacOS to ubuntu:22:36
philipp64ssh_dispatch_run_fatal: Connection to port 22: message authentication code incorrect22:36
philipp64Ubuntu to other linux system:22:37
philipp64client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe22:37
ubottuUbuntu Studio Installer is an app that can be used to add Ubuntu Studio's benefits to an existing Ubuntu (or official flavor) installation, and/or add the !ubuntustudio-backports PPA. For more info, see https://ubuntustudio.org/ubuntu-studio-installer/22:37
jimso the ubuntu is where you're starting from? running the scp on?22:37
ravagethere is the expert on that :) \o Eickmeyer22:37
EickmeyerHey ravage o/22:38
ravagephilipp64: do you auth with a private key?22:39
jimyeah, I had problems with cadence when I tried it under debian... the deps were weird, it pulled in weird packages, and I had to reinstall the thing22:39
philipp64ravage: yes22:39
ravagephilipp64: can you try to enable password auth and see if the problem is still there?22:40
jimEickmeyer, is it cadence?22:40
Eickmeyerjim: No, in fact we encourage avoiding cadence.22:40
Eickmeyer!kxstudio | jim22:40
ubottujim: KXStudio is a software repository for Debian-based operating systems for audio production. It is not supported by Ubuntu or Ubuntu Studio, and using its repo is highly discouraged as it can overwrite system and user settings. Support in #kxstudio. See also https://askubuntu.com/a/1249739/95211022:40
jimthat does make me feel a bit better about it22:41
Eickmeyer!studio-controls | jim: We have a built-in-house (but available to other distros) app.22:42
ubottujim: We have a built-in-house (but available to other distros) app.: Studio Controls is the application through which audio is configured in Ubuntu Studio. It configures Jack, sets the CPU governor, and ensures the user has realtime audio permissions. For more info, see !jack and https://ovenwerks.github.io/studio-controls/22:42
jimEickmeyer, does ubumtu studio (sp) have ardour? and/or, could I build it?22:43
EickmeyerYes, Ardour is included.22:43
jimok, let's see.. I would start by installing ubuntu studio?22:44
ravagegood first step :)22:44
Eickmeyerjim: Depends. You can either go the Ubuntu Studio .iso route or use any official flavor and use ubuntustudio-installer route.22:44
Eickmeyer!ubuntustudio-installer | jim22:44
ubottujim: Ubuntu Studio Installer is an app that can be used to add Ubuntu Studio's benefits to an existing Ubuntu (or official flavor) installation, and/or add the !ubuntustudio-backports PPA. For more info, see https://ubuntustudio.org/ubuntu-studio-installer/22:44
ravagei would for the LTS release if you dont have any bleeding edge hardware22:45
ravagethe ISO is the best way if you dont care about your current ubuntu installation of course22:45
EickmeyerAnd if you don't mind the KDE Plasma desktop.22:45
ravageoh yeah22:45
ravageforgot about that :D22:46
EickmeyerIf you like other desktops, go to the flavor you like, then install ubuntustudio-installer and install everything that way.22:46
jimkde is fine as long as it works :)22:46
jimso this "official flavor" involves reinstalling linux?22:47
kwakWhat's a safe, easy, convenient and user-friendly way to wipe the data on a Ubuntu PC (with no concern for existing data) in preparation for handing its HDD over to someone who can't be trusted not to do forensics on the drive to access sensitive data?22:47
Eickmeyer!flavor | jim22:48
ubottujim: 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-flavours22:48
Habbiekwak, HDD or SSD?22:48
kwakI honestly don't know!22:48
kwakIt's a laptop.22:48
ravagejim: i would go with a clean installation if you already messed with the audio routing and installed stuff for it22:48
Habbiekwak, ah actually this one might work for both https://grok.lsu.edu/article.aspx?articleid=1671622:49
kwakSeems to be SSD.22:49
Habbiethen click the first link in this article22:49
Habbieoh, that doesn't really cover Linux22:49
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Eickmeyerjim: I agree with ravage. Sounds like the kxstudio (and cadence) stuff messed with your system, predictably.22:50
Habbiekwak, anyway, see if that hdparm method works - either it works and is pretty quick, or it fails and you can look further22:50
kwakAlright cool, I'll add that to the list of things to try.22:51
kwakThanks pal. :)22:51
Habbienp, good luck :)22:51
n9sggdd if=/dev/random # figure out the rest22:51
jhutchinsIs the SATA erase considered DOD secure?22:51
jhutchinsDBAN is.22:52
jimEickmeyer, ravage, here's the problem, and why I'm in ubuntu now: I used to have a 4thGen i5, but the DSP started crapping out on it, so I decided to upgrade to a new cpu, and I thought, i7... so I got it, and it's a 12thGen i7, and intel says something like, "we added the driver to ubuntu, but other dists we'll get to another time"... so I'm sitting waiting in ubuntu until other dists get the driver22:52
Habbiejhutchins, on SSDs too?22:52
jhutchinsHabbie: Which?22:52
jimso... I actually -do- have "bleeding edge" hardware... argh.22:52
Habbiejhutchins, is DBAN on SSDs considered DOD secure?22:52
jhutchinsYes.  It may not be the preferred method given the extensive writing, but it's acceptable.22:53
ravagejim: well. this is the Ubuntu support channel. we can only help with that :)22:53
Habbieok, dban.org says "It cannot detect or erase SSDs "22:53
Eickmeyerjim: I haven't distro-hopped for about 5 years, so as you can tell, I'm pretty happy. :)22:54
jimreally, if you want to avoid giving this person (that you don't trust) a "wiped" drive, I would suggest -not- giving him a drive you care about the contents of22:54
jhutchinsHabbie: Sorry, I guess my knowledge is obsolete.22:54
Habbiejim, +100 to that22:54
Habbiejhutchins, i hoped to find that wikipedia was obsolete and dban.org was not, but i guess we both learned things today!22:55
Habbiebecause a few minutes ago i was actually going to suggest DBAN "because surely it handles SSDs too"22:55
jimravage, yep, I get that...22:55
jhutchinsI thought there was a way to run dban manually rather than just the boot method.22:55
jhutchins'course my real knowledge of it goes back to two boot floppies.22:56
Habbiei actually only learned about DBAN recently, browsing the list of offerings in netboot.xyz22:56
jimEickmeyer, someday I'd tell you my story of why I picked debian 25 years ago... but that's kinda offtopic for here, and there's activity, so it's just noise22:57
Habbie(it was not what i needed at the time and netboot.xyz kindly provided another warning screen before it would boot it)22:57
Eickmeyerjim: Right. I hang out in #ubuntu-offtopic and #ubuntustudio-offtopic if you ever want to tell me stories. :)22:58
jimok, thanks for letting me know... I installed that ubuntustudio-installer package, and now I get sound from youtube, so things are looking up23:04
philipp64ravage: found the problem. a dev had installed /etc/ld.so.conf.d/crypto.conf pointing to /usr/local/lib/libcrypto... with an openssl-3.0.x built without openssl-1.1.x compatbility API's enabled.23:07
ravagephilipp64: great :)23:08

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