yoloafter cleaning up /etc/apt/source.lists.d/ still I got 'libhwloc-dev : Depends: libhwloc15 (= 2.7.0-2) but 2.7.0-2ubuntu1 is to be installed'00:10
ravageremoving sources does not fix dependencie problems with already installed packages00:10
yolothere are a few other similar issues, they're complaining about the same version of its own, the version tag has a 'ubuntu1' in it00:10
yoloI also removed those packages from those sources00:11
ravagealso dev packages are not important for a running system00:11
ravageremove them00:11
yolo"Depends: libqt5sql5 (= 5.15.3+dfsg-2) but 5.15.3+dfsg-2ubuntu0.2 is to be installed"00:11
yolohere it is 'ubuntu0.2' extra version tag00:12
yolothe dev pkg here is required by another dev package(libopenmpi-dev which I need)00:12
oerheksseems right; https://packages.ubuntu.com/jammy-updates/libqt5sql500:13
oerheksalso https://packages.ubuntu.com/jammy-updates/libhwloc-dev ... did you run apt update before this action?00:13
yoloyes of course00:14
ravageand you have jammy-updates enabled?00:14
yoloif I 'sudo apt install libhwloc-dev' I got the above error, for the qt5 it is because I need add 'qtbase5-dev' but it complians qt5sql5 etc has the unmet dependencies, the differences are all with ubuntu tag in the version name00:15
yoloravage: thank you! I double checked my sources.list and I don't know what happened but it was changed00:22
yolousing this one now the unmet-dep errors are gone00:22
lovetruthhello :)00:24
lovetruthIf I00:24
lovetruthIf I'm using ubuntu 22.04 server (headless) - what could be the culprit that I can't seem to be able to have persistent network settings?.. After each restart the ubuntu VM seems to lose it's static IP settings (and gateway and the DNS)00:25
StrangerVP_lovetruth: You need to edit your /etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml file00:32
lovetruthhm... the file doesn't exist, it seems. Should I create it?...           ls: cannot access '/etc/netplan/50-cloud-init.yaml': No such file or directory00:33
StrangerVP_Set dhcp4: false and specify your static IP and gateway there00:33
lovetruthI do have ens192.yaml there00:34
StrangerVP_You can use any yaml in /etc/netplan/00:34
StrangerVP_lovetruth: Look at "Static IP address" section in https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/network-configuration00:37
lovetruththanks. I am there right now :)00:38
arraybolt3AlexOps: Test successful.00:54
mohaBy `apt update/upgrade` I get `Aborted (core dumped)... 99%` with no more information! (Version: Jammy)01:44
sarnoldouch; are there any more details in dmesg or journalctl?01:45
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mybalzitchso long moha, we hardly debugged thee.02:00
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webchat65Maximum of icon not showing any color.05:18
webchat65anyone there05:20
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srevehello everybody. does someone know a ready made script, that monitors a directory for changes and sends an email. for a headless system.08:35
* enyc meows08:37
zetherooI go to work and connect my laptop to the LAN via ethernet, the laptop's WiFi turns off - that's good. I then shutdown the laptop, disconnect from the ethernet cable and go home. I then boot up my laptop without any ethernet cable plugged in, but WiFi remains off. I have to manually turn the WiFi on in the Ubuntu settings. Anyone know how to fix this?10:23
lehinsunhi guys, is there a good GUI app for ubuntu which can recognize my voice and insert it to active field?10:29
lehinsunI know I can achieve it using google docs, but it is not so convenient10:29
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zaggynllehinsun: flashlight comes to mind: https://github.com/flashlight/flashlight10:41
zaggynlhaven't found an open source turnkey solution yet10:42
lehinsunzaggynl, thank you, but may be there is something more user-friendly10:46
MOSTAFAany one there?11:00
taeaadakik: It may have helped, but the lag is still there.12:15
WeeBeyMorning! So, a while back I tried xfce and my boot screen now has the xfce little mouse. And I think my login screen is also not the default one. Which are the files to check for this config and what is the name of the ubuntu default items?12:21
WeeBeyIt's in /etc/X11/default-display-manager? says gdm3 so I guess that's ok12:24
akiktaeaad: how do you feel the lag? in which situations?12:31
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taeaadakik: GUI lag with any of the browsers; I've tried not using Firefox.12:32
Guest55Anyone here knows how to enable file directory listing inside a webfolder ? Tried adding a .htaccess and Options +Indexes but that didn't work12:58
lolokdo you have also the permissions on the filesystem correct? folders need read and exec, maybe configured for only exec13:05
Guest55lolok, I did just solve it, modifying /etc/apache/apache.conf.... Seems like the settings/Changes I do in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ doesn't matter13:09
BluesKajHi all13:34
esvhi BluesKaj13:41
BluesKajhi esv13:41
esvhey folks, what command is run in the background GNOME desktop to set show the display settings ? seems the only thing able to wake my external monitor13:42
esvlooks like xrandr and some options might help.13:46
bodhiwsp everyone15:10
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wantomClient: HexChat 2.16.0 • OS: Ubuntu "jammy" 22.04 • CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4570T CPU @ 2.90GHz (3.11GHz) • Memory: Physical: 7.5 GiB Total (4.5 GiB Free) Swap: 2.0 GiB Total (1.9 GiB Free) • Storage: 50.8 GB / 245.0 GB (194.3 GB Free) • VGA: Intel Corporation Xeon E3-1200 v3/4th Gen Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller @ Intel Corporation 4th Gen Core Processor16:09
wantom DRAM Controller • Uptime: 1h 18m 1s16:09
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mrkubax10test succeeded16:59
Guest189I don't understand this apt-cache policy  https://pastebin.com/LhApLfsZ or why is the lastes package not selected as candidate17:06
ravagelooks like you use an OS that is not supported here or at lest aded not supported archives sources17:07
Guest189yes but I guess the issue is with a apt packages config, so I was hoping for a few hint on how to trouble shoot17:08
ravageplease seek support at your distro's support channel. or come back with supported Ubuntu version like 22.04.2 LTS if you can reproduce the problem there17:09
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theoremso ..18:11
theoremanother question for the team here18:11
theoremI'd like to send a fax.18:11
theoremI have an android device.  I can install fax software on Ubuntu, but how do I get the Adnroid (cell phone) to expose itself as a 'modem' ?18:12
ravagesounds like an Android question18:15
theoremcould be18:16
theoremseems like a driver problem for ubuntu / linux ?18:16
ravageyou want Android to do something. so it is not really Ubuntu related?18:16
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jhutchinsI wonder if a fax would go through Google Voice?18:35
jhutchinsI know there are a couple of on-line apps that ask if I want them to dial my (android) phone, but it never works.18:36
theoremjhutchins: as far as I know, the typical CODECs used for voice encoding garble the tones required for modems -- there are some work-arounds, but it usually involves disabling the audio compression --- which is sometimes not an option on many different VoIP systems.18:39
theoremravage: something between an Android phone, the Manufacterer, and drivers for the OS --- so, yeah, some kind of integration.18:40
jhutchinstheorem: It's the digital -> audio -> digital -> audio chain that eats the tones.18:41
leftyfbpretty sure you can't use a cellphone as a fax modem. fax modems are analog. cellphone are not18:41
jhutchinsProbably easiest to set up one of the paid services.18:43
theoremleftyfb: I've done it before, so I know it's possible.18:43
theoremleftyfb: it's just been about 18 years...18:43
leftyfbtheorem: good luck. Maybe write up a blog post/tutorial when you get it hacked together18:44
Jim`What's unattended-upgr18:44
leftyfbJim`: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticSecurityUpdates18:45
Jim`after I turned a machine that hadn't been on in a while and did dist-upgrade it's sitting there in the background18:45
theoremleftyfb: ugh, not looking forward to it, but thanks.18:45
Jim`turned on a machine*18:45
Jim`leftyfb: oh so it's now doing it all itself18:45
Jim`I gotta get it over to jammy18:46
leftyfbJim`: it's not all updates, it's only certain updates18:46
Jim`leftyfb: The Machine is a E2160 with a HDD18:46
Jim`so that's probably while it's taking a lot longer than the new G2020 Ivy Bridge18:46
Jim`leftyfb: Guess I'll give it sometime to do it's own thing and come back in a few mins to do what I got to myself18:48
Jim`n5@n55old:~$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade18:48
Jim`E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend. It is held by process 1800 (unattended-upgr)18:48
Jim`N: Be aware that removing the lock file is not a solution and may break your system.18:48
Jim`E: Unable to acquire the dpkg frontend lock (/var/lib/dpkg/lock-frontend), is another process using it?18:48
Jim`Keeps telling me that18:48
leftyfb!paste | Jim`18:48
ubottuJim`: For 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.18:48
leftyfbJim`: yes, you'll need to wait for it to finish18:48
Jim`leftyfb: Guess it'll update Focal before I can do Jammy upgrade then18:49
Jim`Anywho, sounds like I just need to give the old machine sometime and do it throughout the day.18:50
Jim`.. yeah it's got almost 400 packages to update on Focal first..18:51
Jim`leftyfb: https://imgur.com/a/U0YMHe018:52
Jim`Y'all's past website is blocked18:52
leftyfbJim`: contact Malwarebytes. It's nothing to do with Ubuntu. They don't own nor run dpaste. Not even sure why we recommend that page over the many others18:53
leftyfbJim`: personally, I pipe to nc termbin.com 999918:54
arraybolt3Jim`: Pastebin sites are sometimes blocked like that because people *can* share malicious code via a pastebin (you can put any text you want in there, easy to type something bad and send it to someone else).18:55
arraybolt3If you're using it to share stuff with others, it's no problem.18:55
arraybolt3And if you're prepared for the eventuality that someone sends you malicious gunk via a pastebin, then it's no problem there either.18:55
jhutchinsThere's at lest one site that tends to get blocked because it's full of spam.19:07
Jim`I came back and it's still updating itself19:09
Jim`Ah well, guess that's a good thing19:10
jhutchinsJim`: How big is your downlink?19:12
Jim`jhutchins: 10 Mbps ATT DSL19:13
Jim`jhutchins: You CAN get cable here, but it's uptime is about 30% of the day, and disconnected the other 70% .. And records some channels like TNT in SAP19:13
Jim`I told them come pick up this nice 400 Mbps pile of ..19:14
Jim`I got other things to do than see "CM Registering" all day.19:14
Jim`Or have my AEW record in spanish19:14
Jim`ATT doesn't offer 25 Mbps upgrade either19:16
Jim`Some people have told me I should just swap to T-Mobile 5G19:16
Jim`Since I'm inside of the city where there is a T-mobile tower I don't need Verizion's coverage19:17
Jim`Like I do for my cellphone19:17
* Jim` shrugs19:17
Jim`Something to think about19:17
Jim`So two machines survived LTS -> LTS20:56
Jim`Should be expected, but not always the case20:57
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jhutchinsJim`: Nothing says you can't keep Verizon for the cell phone and get Sprint - er, T-Mobile for your home.20:59
jhutchinsWe are in Sprint's "home town".  They had the worst network here when they sold out.21:00
jhutchinsThe only carrier that had a worse Customer Service rating was Nextel, and Sprint bought them.21:00
Jim`jhutchins: I get my internet for $10 though21:03
Jim`So, that's another reason I put up with 10 Mbps that's "mostly stable" vs "30% of the day 100 or 400 Mbps"21:04
Jim`With ACP I actually get it for $0 right now21:04
Jim`I suspect as Dumbiden as declared the covid-19 pandemic over, that'll go away too21:04
Jim`So I'll have to start paying again21:05
hans_seems i found a bug in the default-mysql-server uninstaller:   after running `sudo apt purge default-mysql-server; sudo apt install default-mysql-server` , the mysql.user is still preserved :o22:02
hans_mysql.user table is preserved, shouldn't that be removed in `apt purge` ?22:03
jhutchinsJim`: It just depends what's important for you.22:16
jhutchinsJim`: Any company discounts available?  It does sound like you've got limited providers.  We're lucky, we have 4-6 options.22:17
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