jhutchinsBinarySavior: What was the final solution?00:10
BinarySaviorjhutchins, `sudo update-initramfs -u -k all` then I rebooted, then reinstalled nvidia drivers, then rebooted again00:11
jhutchinsBinarySavior: Only one initramfs update?00:11
BinarySaviorYes, I only ran that one time00:13
jhutchinsCool.  Thanks for the summary.00:13
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sarnoldNiclos: check out this bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sudo/+bug/2003337 -- I wonder if it's related to your problems?00:57
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 2003337 in sudo (Ubuntu) "update removes sss entry from nsswitch.conf" [Undecided, New]00:57
jhutchinsThe sudo update removes the sss entry?00:58
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relipseCan someone help me out. I set up a dynamic dns with no-ip.org and pointed it to my ip. I set up a webserver on ubuntu in wsl2, when I go to I can see the site, but when I go to my ip address it doesn't come up or when i go to the name i registered. It was working earlier but now it's not, but like I said i can get to the site when I go to What am I doing wrong?01:48
deegorelipse: first of all, that 192.xx is an internal ip01:49
relipseI know deego, i was just using that to show you that the virtualhost is set up properly01:49
deego(2) even if your dns setting all worked, it takes time to propagate.01:49
deego 01:49
relipseoh  you think it is a propagation issue?01:50
relipsecan I message you the site and you can check it for me?01:50
relipseI'd rather not post it in public01:50
deego(3) visit something like https://ipv4.icanhazip.com/ to see your real ip, and if your dyndns worked, you should be able to dig it01:50
deegorelipse: sure01:50
sarnoldyou may not be able to reach your external IP address from the machine you're testing with01:51
sarnoldtry starting a VM at amazon or something and see if you can curl it01:51
relipsesarnold: oh01:51
relipsesarnold: ok deego was able to connect to it just fine01:53
relipseit seems that I cannot get to it from my own router?01:54
relipsebut why not?01:54
sarnoldsorry I can't helkp more, i'm headed out01:54
relipseok thanks , have a good night01:54
sarnoldprobably the machine has one idea of a local address, and you're trying to reach it on an address it doesn't know is has..01:55
sarnoldit'll make perfect sense once you undersatand it all, but getting there takes a bit :(01:55
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migsI am wondering why my screen is constanly dimming and getting brighter05:48
migsduring night mode05:49
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zetheroo2Hi everyone, I have been using this script to automatically turn the WiFi off and on depending on whether or not the Ethernet cable is connected to my laptop: https://github.com/NetworkManager/NetworkManager/blob/main/man/nmcli-examples.xml#L32407:24
zetheroo2Everything works well, except for this -> If I shutdown with the Ethernet cable connected (so WiFi is off), the next time I boot up without the Ethernet cable connected the WiFi remains off and does not turn on automatically. I have to manually click on the 'Turn On' option in the WiFi settings.07:26
zetheroo2My colleague uses the exact same script and does not experience this issue.07:27
zetheroo2I have the Thinkpad P14s Gen1 and he has a later Gen Thinkpad X1 Yoga ... Gen3 I think.07:27
zetheroo2So chances are high that we have different networking hardware chipsets.07:28
zetheroo2Here is some output that might shed light on what the problem is https://pastebin.com/9s2krm5v07:34
alkisgzetheroo2: if you manually run the script, you need to pass a parameter to it, e.g.: sh /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/70-wifi-wired-exclusive.sh eth0 up07:41
alkisgOtherwise it won't do anything at all07:41
alkisgWhile to troubleshoot the actual issue, add this as the third line of your script: (echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev) > /tmp/nm.$$07:41
alkisgThen reboot, then pastebin all the /tmp/nm.XXX log files07:41
zetheroo2alkisg: Ok, and I guess before rebooting I should connect the Ethernet cable to reproduce the issue on reboot - or?07:43
alkisgzetheroo2: right, do what you have to do so that the issue happens07:44
zetheroo1For some reason I cannot reproduce the issue now - I tried twice. But I also noticed that there are no /tmp/nm* files being written.08:00
zetheroo1Maybe this helps? https://pastebin.com/zJRwEsbR08:00
zetheroo1Apr 14 09:55:21 pco030 nm-dispatcher[1311]: /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/70-wifi-wired-exclusive.sh: line 3: syntax error near unexpected token `)'08:01
zetheroo1this is what I added to the third line of the script: echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev) > /tmp/nm.$$08:03
alkisgzetheroo1: it means you have a syntax error, e.g. maybe you didn't type the parenthesis correctly08:03
zetheroo1alkisg: I didn't type it, I just copy/pasted what you wrote.08:04
zetheroo1should it be this? echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev > /tmp/nm.$$08:05
alkisgzetheroo1: what's the output of this? cat /etc/NetworkManager/dispatcher.d/70-wifi-wired-exclusive.sh  | nc termbin.com 999908:06
zetheroo1ok, I removed the ')' after 'nmcli dev' and now the script runs.08:07
alkisgThat's not the correct solution08:07
alkisgWas it missing the initial ( before the echo?08:07
zetheroo1 this is what I added to the third line of the script: echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev) > /tmp/nm.$$08:08
alkisgWhile to troubleshoot the actual issue, add this as the third line of your script: (echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev) > /tmp/nm.$$08:08
alkisgSee the ( difference08:08
zetheroo1ah yes, sry08:08
alkisgActually change it to this:  (echo "$0 $*"; env; nmcli dev) >>/tmp/nm.txt08:08
zetheroo1ok this is what I have now https://termbin.com/gxpzq08:09
alkisgThis will generate a single file, easier to handle08:09
zetheroo1oh ok :)08:09
alkisgOK, either will do08:09
zetheroo1current state of the script https://termbin.com/4sj3k08:10
zetheroo1alright - I'll try to reproduce this issue now again08:10
zetheroo1Ok, I was able to reproduce the issue08:13
zetheroo1nm.txt ^08:14
zetheroo1alkisg: does that help?08:19
alkisgzetheroo1: well up to that point, there's no connection at all08:19
alkisgLet me see your script again...08:20
alkisgOK, the logic is wrong. You can't have an "up" or "down" event when there's no connection at all08:20
alkisgOne change you could do would be to enable wifi on boot, then disable it when ethernet is up08:21
alkisgWait for the proposed script...08:21
zetheroo1This script came from https://github.com/NetworkManager/NetworkManager/blob/main/man/nmcli-examples.xml#L32408:21
zetheroo1You mean that currently the WiFi is not enabled on boot?08:22
zetheroo1But then why is it that if the script had the syntax error that the WiFi came up on boot and I could not reproduce the issue?08:23
zetheroo1it's almost like if the script is working, the WiFi remains off on boot (after shutting down with the Ethernet connected)08:24
alkisgzetheroo1: try with this one instead: https://termbin.com/bnr308:26
zetheroo2alkisg: ok, wifi was on with boot!08:33
alkisgGreat :)08:33
zetheroo2How do we know that the script ran on startup though?08:34
alkisgSince we removed the logging, you should be able to see it in the output of this: journalctl -b -u NetworkManager08:35
zetheroo2and how is it that this script is so much simpler than the previous one I was using? Do they do the same thing?08:37
zetheroo2ok, I re-added the logging to the script, so now I'll repeat the steps and see what the output is.08:39
alkisgzetheroo2: they "almost" do the same thing. Theirs doesn't function at all at boot. Mine functions at any event.08:43
alkisgAnd, assuming that re-running `nmcli radio wifi on` when it's already on, has no overhead, it ends up being much simpler08:43
zetheroo1one thing I noticed being different with your script is that when the Ethernet is connected, the WiFi *cannot* be turned on - it's like a hardware switch has made it completely unavailable.08:45
alkisgWhen it's turned on, it causes an event; so then the script runs; and disables wifi,as ethernet is already on08:45
alprolifehi, can anyone to help me with this problem ? ==> curl: (7) Failed to connect to port 443 after 0 ms: Connection refused08:51
zetheroo1ok, this is the output of your script https://pastebin.com/AaHki2S408:53
zetheroo1on boot, that is08:54
alkisgIs there any issue to be solved?08:55
zetheroo1I think it's all good.08:56
alkisgOK. If you want the wifi to be able to go up while ethernet is connected, that can be done... if it's an actual use case...08:56
zetheroo1just funny to me how the other script seemed to be so much more complex :D08:56
zetheroo1alkisg: if possible that would be useful ..08:57
zetheroo1I have sometimes connected the ethernet to some device to be configured, while staying on the LAN with the WiFi08:57
alkisgzetheroo1: try changing the if to this: if ip -o r get | grep -q 'dev en'; then09:02
alkisgThis means "if my ethernet has access to the internet, then..." so if it's used only for direct connection, it won't be triggered09:02
alprolifehi, can anyone to help me with this problem ? ==> curl: (7) Failed to connect to port 443 after 0 ms: Connection refused09:05
alkisgalprolife: you need to mention what you're trying to do. This command means "curl was unable to contact an https server in your own PC". Well, if you're not running a web server, it's OK that it fails.09:06
alprolifealkisg: if I try make the same command with with my private IP it works09:07
alkisgalprolife: is your own IP, or the IP of a PC in your LAN?09:07
alprolifealkisg: Ip of vm in lan09:08
alkisgWell, is your OWN IP, not the one of the VM09:08
alprolifeI habe wordpress on it and I have an issue on health status ... Error: cURL error 7: Failed to connect to example.com port 44309:09
alkisgYou need to change "example.com" with the correct hostname09:09
alprolife"example.com" it's just an example09:10
alkisgOK, change it to an existing hostname09:10
alkisgCan you actually type https://example.com and see wordpress?09:11
zetheroo1alkisg: ok, well then I'll leave it as is. I haven't needed that functionality in years .. :)09:11
alprolifealkisg: yes09:11
alkisgalprolife: from the PC where curl was running?09:12
alprolifewith curl -v domain.tld no, connection refused09:13
alkisgAnd host domain.tld at that exact PC, points to
alprolifein /etc/hosts ? yes09:14
alkisgNo, the exact command09:14
alkisgWithout checking any files, run the command and see if it says
alprolifehow ?09:15
alkisgBy opening a terminal and typing: host domain.tld09:15
alprolifeit point the external IP09:15
alkisgAnd the external IP doesn't go back to the VM, right?09:16
alkisgThen you either need to fix that, or you need to point it to the internal IP09:16
alprolifealkisg: rDns you mean ?09:16
alkisgYou go to the VM. You type curl domain.tld. It fails. You type host domain.tld. It gives you the external IP. Well, if the external IP doesn't reach the VM, of course it'll fail.09:17
alprolifealkisg: if I do nmap with host and port 443 it's open, if I curl domain.tld form another server it's works09:19
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SambohamboHi team, I am new to ubuntu, I am having trouble installing the AMD graphics driver for Radeon r510:12
SambohamboCould someone please help?10:12
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: usualy amd graphics module loads automaticly10:12
SambohamboHow do i see if it has?10:12
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: sudo lshw -C video10:13
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: driver= would show here10:13
Sambohambocan i show you what the command showed?10:14
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: in a !paste plz10:15
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.10:15
Sambohambolooks like your right?10:17
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: looks loaded indeed, driver=amdgpu latency=010:19
SambohamboThank you lotuspsychje10:19
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: do you experience graphic issues of some kind anyway?10:19
Sambohambono i would just like to increase the screen resolution10:19
Sambohamboso i see more on the screen10:19
Sambohamboits on the maximum in settings but i know it could be higher10:20
lotuspsychjeah, ubuntu picks the res auto normaly, but you could try messing with xrandr10:20
SambohamboIs that a good idea?10:20
Sambohambowhat is standard resolution for 15 inch laptop10:21
SambohamboI have 20/20 vision and would like more on the screen10:21
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: i got a 1920x1080 (16:9) on a 15,6" here10:22
Sambohambook what do i type in terminal for that?10:22
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: have a read here; https://wiki.ubuntu.com/X/Config/Resolution10:23
Sambohambook thank you, and thank you for your time, i appreciate it.10:23
lotuspsychjewelcome Sambohambo10:24
lotuspsychjeSambohambo: the tuts from linuxconfig are usualy decent too; https://linuxconfig.org/how-to-configure-your-monitors-with-xrandr-in-linux10:25
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WeeBeyMorning! Just wondering if anyone knows of a fix for the "gjs-console" crashes with 22.10?11:46
BluesKajHi all12:26
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www2he is there a way to force wireguard to use EUI-64?13:34
leftyfbwww2: maybe try asking in #wireguard ?13:36
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Sven_vBhi :) using nautilus in Ubuntu focal, I dragged a file into a subfolder in hopes to move it. however, the file is still there, with no visual indication what happened. I suspect that a new file has appeared in the original folder just at the moment before I started dragging, so I may have moved that one accidentially. can I use the ext3 journal to discover what files have been moved/renamed lately?14:36
Sven_vBback again. =) did my ext3 journal question get through?14:38
CodeMouse92Sven_vB Yes, no one's had an answer yet.14:40
jhutchinsSven_vB: Likely you copied instead of moving.  Check the manual for your file explorer and see if you need to shift-drag or ctrl-drag to move instead of copy.14:40
leftyfbSven_vB: if the origin and destination are different filesystems, nautilus will default to copy, not move14:40
leftyfbSven_vB: also, ext3? ext4 has been default for years14:41
Sven_vBjhutchins, thanks, I checked that, I did not copy.14:41
jhutchinsSven_vB: http://www.fifi.org/doc/gnome-users-guide/html/gnome-users-guide/C/nautilus.html14:41
jhutchinsSven_vB: Clearly you did, whether you meant to or not.14:42
Sven_vBleftyfb, somehow my nautilus defaults to move if the destination is on the same file system.14:42
leftyfbit doesn't14:42
jhutchinsmv is umambiguous.14:42
Sven_vBoh sorry I was so confused. I uses thunar.14:42
jhutchinsSven_vB: https://docs.xfce.org/xfce/thunar/start14:43
leftyfbsorry, I don't have experience with thunar14:43
leftyfbSven_vB: but in all seriousness, why are you still running ext3?14:43
Sven_vBleftyfb, it's an external hard drive that I sometimes use on windows, too, and there I only have ext2/ext3 drivers.14:44
leftyfbI would use NTFS14:44
Sven_vBdoes NTFS do symlinks?14:45
zaggynlsort of14:45
leftyfbnot in linux14:45
Sven_vBthen I have a good excuse. :D14:45
Sven_vBso I guess there's no easy way to read recent activity on the journal? on Stack Overflow I only find hints about how I could go about making my own reader program. I guess by the time I'd have that, the journal is full of newer events anyway.14:48
hsiktas[m]is there anything bad about suspending to disk or why doesn't Ubuntu support it out of the box?14:51
jhutchinshsiktas[m]: What kind of hardware are you on?  How much RAM?  How big is your swapfile?14:52
jhutchinsSven_vB: journalctl has a pager.14:53
hsiktas[m]old Macbook Air, 8 GiB RAM, and I increased my swapfile from the default 2 to 16 GiB14:53
jhutchinsSven_vB: dmesg and /var/log/messages and .../syslog are still there.14:53
jhutchinshsiktas[m]: Might have been different when you installed it - swap needs to be 2x+ of RAM so the system can write RAM to the disk.14:54
jhutchinshsiktas[m]: You should be able to implement it through the power manager settings.14:54
Sven_vBjhutchins, sorry, I meant the ext3 journal of a disk14:55
hsiktas[m]it seems like enabling hibernation on a swapfile is more involved than with a swap partition15:01
bancroftUbuntu 18.04 end of life is april 2023, does anyone have any specific date?15:05
leftyfbbancroft: https://computing.cs.cmu.edu/news/2022/eol-ubuntu-180415:08
bancroftleftyfb: thanks!15:09
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jhutchinsSven_vB: No, that has never been human readable.15:20
jhutchinsSven_vB: You'd have to dive pretty deep into the details of storage mechanics to understand it.15:20
jhutchinshalvors: Yes.15:21
jhutchinshalvors: Oops.15:21
jhutchinshsiktas[m]: Yesm it is.15:21
Dersim not able to install cockpit via dnf16:17
tomreynwhich ubuntu version are you asking about?16:18
Ders20 i think16:18
tomreynlsb_release -ds     would tell16:18
leftyfbvia dnf?16:18
DersUbuntu 22.04.2 LTS16:18
Derstomreyn, Ubuntu 22.04.2 LTS16:18
leftyfbDers: sudo apt install cockpit16:19
Dersleftyfb, via https://cockpit-project.org/running16:19
tomreyn...does not mention "dnf" for the ubuntu installation16:19
DersRestarting services...16:20
Ders systemctl restart docker.service libvirtd.service ModemManager.service NetworkManager.service unattended-upgrades.service user@1000.service16:20
Dersi select all of them that required to restart*16:20
Ders sudo systemctl enable --now cockpit.socket16:21
DersJob failed. See "journalctl -xe" for details.16:21
Derstomreyn, leftyfb https://paste.centos.org/view/5155a90016:22
tomreynso how did you install it?16:23
tomreynsince apparently it is already installed?16:23
Dersi install that16:23
Dersi was removed old one.16:23
leftyfbremoved the old one?16:23
Derssudo systemctl enable --now cockpit.socket16:23
Derswhen i type sudo systemctl enable --now cockpit.socket16:24
Dersit give error16:24
Dersi paste here. https://paste.centos.org/view/5155a90016:24
tomreynapparently you are following some guide, but we don't know which. you're also not answering questions.16:26
Derstomreyn, i just try to enable that16:26
Ders<leftyfb> Ders: sudo apt install cockpit << after that i tried that16:27
leftyfbDers: ( cat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy cockpit ; systemctl status cockpit ) | nc termbin.com 999916:27
tomreynso you installed using apt, and not from backports, ok16:28
tomreynwhy were you asking about dnf then?16:28
Derscat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy cockpit ; systemctl status cockpit ) | nc termbin.com 999916:28
Ders-bash: syntax error near unexpected token `)'16:28
leftyfbDers: you missed the ( at the beginning16:29
Derstomreyn that was first time i was trying with that because i never installed16:29
leftyfbDers: please copy and paste the entire thing16:29
leftyfbDers:            ( cat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy cockpit ; systemctl status cockpit ) | nc termbin.com 999916:29
Ders( cat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy cockpit ; systemctl status cockpit ) | nc termbin.com 999916:29
leftyfbDers: systemctl -xeu cockpit | nc termbin.com 999916:30
Derssystemctl -xeu cockpit | nc termbin.com 999916:30
Derssystemctl: invalid option -- 'x'16:30
leftyfbDers: journalctl -xeu cockpit | nc termbin.com 999916:31
leftyfbDers: are you running this in docker or podman?16:34
Dersi did not install both yet16:34
Dersno podman16:34
opiz2Hello guys. Good to be here. I'm fiffling with the orange pi z2 and looking to overclock, also allow some more gpu memory. Any help appreciated. Oh... I'm runnin OPi os16:34
Dersno docker16:34
leftyfbopiz2: please seek support from your distro vendor16:34
Dersleftyfb you can suggest me which i have to install?16:34
leftyfbDers: I don't16:34
opiz2Hello guys. Good to be here. I'm fiddling with the orange pi z2 and looking to overclock, also allow some more gpu memory. Any help appreciated. Oh... I'm runnin OPi os16:34
tomreynopiz2: sorry, this channel only supports ubuntu proper. try #linux16:35
jhutchinsopiz2: This channel is Ubuntu support.  You want either a pi channel or an OPi channel.16:35
opiz2this is ubuntu 18.0416:35
jhutchinsopiz2: What's OPi then?16:35
opiz2orange pi zero 216:36
leftyfbopiz2: not only is it not "ubuntu 18.04", but BASED on ubuntu 18.04, but Ubuntu 18.04 proper will be EOL in 16 days16:36
leftyfbopiz2: show us the link where you downloaded the OS for your device16:36
leftyfbDers: please do not PM16:36
Dersleftyfb, ok what you suggest ?16:37
opiz2i'm not lookin to sky-rocket it's performance... as I said it's only fiddlin... I'm a learner Sir16:37
leftyfbDers: in my opinion, I don't ever suggest using cockpit. I suggest learning how to manage and configure your server from the command line16:38
leftyfbopiz2: show us the link where you downloaded the OS for your device16:38
opiz2as soon as it loads ... lol16:39
leftyfbopiz2: please seek support from Orange Pi or from #linux16:40
tomreynDers: i think your best option is to uninstall / reverse any installation steps you took, then     sudo apt update && sudo apt install cockpit    and then see if already work (i assume it will), and whether you got further setup instructions in /usr/share/doc/cockpit*16:42
opiz2oki doky16:43
Derstomreyn, how to do that?16:48
tomreynDers: you take the same steps you took, but in reverse16:50
tomreynalthough where you ran "install" comands, you will need to run "uninstall" or "purge"16:51
leftyfbremove, not uninstall16:51
tomreynoops, right, thanks16:51
tomreynat least when it comes to apt16:52
Dersremoved now16:52
Derswhats nexst?16:52
leftyfbtomreyn: thinking of pip? :)16:52
tomreynleftyfb: not thinking at all16:52
leftyfbah right, Friday :)16:52
tomreynDers: see above?16:53
Derstomreyn, leftyfb did you check that?16:55
tomreynthis is bascially trying to tell you that you need to replace or remove the apt repository configuration for the nginx/stable ppa you currently have configured, because it provides no packages for your ubuntu release16:56
tomreynthere is more housekeeping to be done, but the rest is warnings, not errors16:56
leftyfbDers: it really seems to me like you're trying to run cockpit in docker. That's the only thing I can find online pertaining to your error messages16:57
Dersim doing without docker16:57
Dersactually i wanted to use cockpit as window.16:59
leftyfbas window?16:59
tomreynafter installing cockpit using apt, what happens when you run this on the server?     echo "Click here: https://$(curl api.ipify.org):9090"17:02
Dersnothing work17:03
tomreynso it does not print any text?17:03
tomreyni get to see a jetty generated http error message at that location17:05
stevessssso redursive du of /mnt/disk shows 135GB used in total of all recursively measured file sizes17:05
stevessssdf of /mnt/disk shows 872GB of 1.1TB used and that its 92% full17:05
stevessssfsck and reboot in order?17:05
stevessssmaybe create new file system on a duplicate disk  and copy data, then wipe+copy back17:06
Dersstevessss that is for me or someone else?17:06
Derstomreyn, yes17:07
stevessssI'm thinking tar and dd are good friends.. copy partition table to duplicate disk.. wipe the main fs on duplicate disk and mkfs.ext4 and tar to copy back as root17:07
leftyfbstevessss: do you have an ubuntu support question?17:07
stevesssswhat the common causes of a disk having more consumed space than file-size total?17:08
stevessss(by far more than the usual 15%)17:08
tomreynDers: so i would not call this "nothing work", otherwise you'd not get any response at all. now try following https://cockpit-project.org/guide/latest/guide and, if you need more help, contact the cockpit support channel / forum, if any.17:08
leftyfbstevessss: other mounted filesystems17:08
stevessssno.. I mounted in a subfolder with no other sub-mounts and df shows its full, but du recursive shows a fraction of its df usage17:08
stevessssdu -s run as root with permission to read all files recursively17:09
stevesssssorry.. du -H /mnt/disk17:09
tomreynuse -x for a single file system17:09
leftyfbstevessss: try df -Hl /mnt/disk17:09
stevessssI like -s for summary17:10
leftyfbtomreyn: -x requires specifying a filesystem type, not necessarily a single filesystem17:10
leftyfbstevessss: what are those numbers exactly?17:10
tomreynleftyfb: -x to du? no, this doesn'T require additional parameters17:10
stevessss/dev/nvme0n1p2    63M  1.9M   61M    3% /r217:11
tomreyn"       -x, --one-file-system              skip directories on different file systems"17:11
leftyfbtomreyn: my bad, I was looking at df17:11
tomreynbut i guess -x won't increae the amount du returns (to match the *higher* amount df reports)17:11
leftyfbstevessss: please clarify the information you are posting and why17:11
stevessssdu -hs /r2 shows 136GB17:11
stevessssI'm trying to figure out where the difference between 873GB on df and 136GB on du -hs commands is comming from17:12
stevessssit doesn't seem to be inodes17:12
stevesssszombie files?17:12
leftyfbstevessss: try sudo ncdu /r217:13
tomreyni agree about the potential need to fsck while FS offline, and reboot to get rid of open file handles to deleted files17:13
tomreynwhich file systems are we talking about though?17:14
tomreynand which ubuntu version, kernel version?17:15
tomreynlsb_release -ds && cat /proc/{version.cmdline}17:16
stevessssUbuntu 20.04.3 LTS \n \l17:16
stevessssLinux version 5.13.0-28-generic (buildd@lgw01-amd64-035) (gcc (Ubuntu 9.3.0-17ubuntu1~20.04) 9.3.0, GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Ubuntu) 2.34) #31~20.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jan 19 14:08:10 UTC 202217:16
leftyfbstevessss: why so out of date?17:16
leftyfbstevessss: maybe try running updates and rebooting17:16
stevessssreboot first probably17:16
stevessssthen updates and 2nd reboot17:17
leftyfbupdate first17:17
leftyfb20.04.3 came out 2 years ago17:17
stevessssthis system was installed 2 years ago17:17
leftyfband you haven't updated since?17:17
tomreynif there's a reason to assume broken file system then i'd be with steve17:17
Derstomreyn leftyfb, now that giving this error https://paste.centos.org/view/596aa53c17:17
leftyfbDers: why are you showing ssh logs?17:18
stevessssalso upgrades go better when there is enough free space to complete all dpkg operations and after a fresh fsck that comes completely clean17:18
leftyfbstevessss: good luck17:18
stevessssmaybe new hd and keep old fs for data-recovery purposes to copy files off it17:19
Dersleftyfb, want to know how to fix that/17:19
stevessssand ubuntu22.04 on new disk17:19
leftyfbDers: are you Toni from yesterday?17:20
leftyfbDers: so you just happen to also be running a publicly accessible server with ssh wipe open and want to install cockpit and wondering why your server is being bombarded with ssh attempts (and will eventually get through)?17:21
matrixyshould i turn off ppa if i do dist upgrade when it comes out17:21
matrixyand uninstall the ppa app17:21
tomreynmatrixy: what do you meanby "when it comes out"?17:22
leftyfbmatrixy: do-release-upgrade is the proper way to upgrade between Ubuntu releases, not dist-upgrade. And yes, you should 100% remove all PPA's and the packages installed from them before the upgrade17:22
matrixyi mean 23.0417:22
leftyfbDers: https://www.redhat.com/sysadmin/eight-ways-secure-ssh17:22
matrixyok do-release-upgrade17:22
matrixyand then ill do autoremove after i uninstall17:23
tomreynmatrixy: generally, release upgrades (using do-release-upgrade or update-manager -c) are only supported from clean ubuntu to clean ubuntu installations. that means they can (and often do) fail if you have any third party / ppa software installed, or such apt repositories active.17:23
Dersleftyfb, ok17:24
matrixywell all the important stuffs on a second 1tb hdd17:25
matrixyi have the system on a 1tb ssd i have all that space and dont use it for anything hehe17:25
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monty_hallAny "find" experts?17:53
monty_hallHere's what I want to do: "find . -path "some blah dir" -type d -exec bash -c "mv ${1}/*SOME_PATTERN* ${1}/boneyard" {} \;17:54
monty_hallI did something similar to this before and it worked.17:54
monty_hallHere's what I want to do: "find . -path "some blah dir" -type d -exec bash -c "echo ${1}" {} \;" <- for sanity check this keeps returning empty17:55
soporteitalguien de habla hispana?17:58
tomreyn!es | soporteit17:58
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tomreynmonty_hall: use -printf17:58
tomreynde nada17:59
monty_hallI don't want to print the "print" was just used as a sanity check.18:01
monty_hallWhat I really want is -exec bash -c "mv ${0}/*SOME_PATTERN* ${0}/boneyard" {}18:01
monty_hallhmm.  bash -c "echo ${0}" blah isn't printing "blah"18:06
monty_hallmaybe there's a #bash channel18:08
tomreynmost certainly18:08
leftyfbmonty_hall: maybe try | xargs instead of -exec18:10
leftyfbpersonally something like that, I try not to force it all into 1-liner18:11
monty_hallOMG:  bash -c "echo ${0}" blah isn't printing "blah" BAD ->  bash -c 'echo ${0}' blah isn't printing "blah" GOOD18:12
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rfmmonty_hall, try:  find . -type d -exec bash -c 'echo "${1}" {}' \;18:26
rfmmonty_hall, need the {} inside the quoted -c arg so itś an arg to the command not to the outer bash18:27
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rfmmonty_hall, hmm no, thatś still not right, ...18:31
leftyfbrfm: they've been getting help in #bash18:32
rfmleftyfb, thanks18:35
zyerihi, I have some ubuntu 18.04 VMs that are throwing 502 errors when I try to run apt update. Googling around suggests a few things it could be (bad mirrors, expired certs) but the suggested solutions I found don't seem to work in my case. Is there anything else I could try? I'm stuck at this point on how to approach the problem.18:35
leftyfbzyeri: please pastebin the errors18:44
zyerierr sorry, 503 errors not 502. my bad18:45
zyerisure just a sec18:45
leftyfbzyeri: also, check the date and time on your machine18:45
leftyfbzyeri: that's not ubuntu 18.0418:46
zyerilsb_release -a says 18.0418:47
leftyfbthen you have a seriously broken system18:47
leftyfbzyeri: all your repo's are focal (20.04)18:47
zyerihuh, I have no idea how that happened18:48
leftyfbzyeri: ( cat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; cat /etc/apt/sources.list ) | nc termbin.com 999918:49
zyerisorry it seems our VPN blocks termbin, just a moment18:52
leftyfbmore than likely port 999918:53
zyeriI'm confirming our template code and infra deployment code isn't touching the mirror list at all, but AFAIK it definitely doesn't so I have no idea why they would be changed18:54
leftyfbzyeri: grep -Rl focal /etc/apt/sources.list*18:54
zyerino entries18:55
leftyfbthat makes no sensem your apt update was pulling from focal, not bionic18:55
zyeriyeah, and I checked, nothing in either code base touches ubuntu mirrors, only fedora and rhel18:56
zyeriissue I'm having is on a VM related to test infra deployment, so we _do_ have code that touches mirrors, but they're restricted so they only ever run on the very specific machines they're supposed to18:57
leftyfbzyeri: step #1 find out why your bionic machine is attempting to pull from focal repo's as is shown in your original paste18:58
Toni12Hello experts, I wanna ask you plz, what does this error means and what is causing it? https://imgur.com/a/JZzsmWr19:02
sarnoldToni12: you tried to run more programs than you have hardware for19:03
sarnoldToni12: buying more memory or running less software are good choices19:03
sarnoldToni12: adding more swap space might help but it might just make the system horrible to use19:04
Toni12you mean buying more from my hosting plan?19:04
Toni12okay will do this, thanks!19:04
pushhello, anyone here?19:17
sarnoldover a thousand people..19:17
pushcoolio! im new here, how you do?19:19
Nicloshow to add users to the groups by using the group id on ubuntu 22.04, the group is not a local group, its an AD group. I tried this #ubuntu  usermod -aG local domain  tester1  -->not working19:23
Niclossudo usermod -g local domain  tester119:24
tomreyndoes "getent group" list the group?19:24
Niclostomreyn : not on the list.19:25
tomreynthen your ad integration is incomplete. complete it and when it is, use sudo adduser <usertoaddtogroup> <grouptoaddto>19:25
sarnoldpush: welcome :)19:25
pushI just got Xubuntu because i felt like 20,4 was kind of slow, or is it just because im a total newbieface?19:27
pushBtw sarnold, is this like Irc btw? O19:28
pushi remeber haning out on Quakenet back in the day :D19:28
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sarnoldpush: heh, yeah, this is irc, though you might be coming through a bridged protocol or something19:28
pushhah! thats fun! i just lanuched Hexchat on xubuntu for the lolz19:29
tomreynpush: normal ubuntu would seem slow if your computer's technical specifications were below what's recommended.19:30
tomreyn...or if drivers are not working properly.19:31
pushi guess its the last thing you said, because the pc is "ok" ish. Lenovo L48019:31
pushprolly me being a total noob at gnome stuff.19:31
pushlast time i used anything else than bill gates puke was 20 years ago and that was for a very breif time with Slackware, didnt really understand it that much eiether tbh19:32
tomreynLenovo L480 seems to vome with a minimum of 4 GB RAM, 8th gen intel cpu, intel hd 620 internal graphics. this should work fine with gnome.19:34
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sarnoldprobably a browser wouldn't feel fun in 4gigs ram, 8gigs ought to work fine most of the time but become very frustrating once in awhile19:35
tomreynthere are also 8,16,32 gb models, though19:36
pushnot sure how i see the specs on xubuntu, or any ubuntu for that matter, hehe :/19:37
tomreynjournalctl -b | grep DMI:     can help19:38
sarnoldfree -g might be good enough19:38
tomreynfree -g   would show installed ram19:39
Niclostomreyn : but, I can give any ownership to a local domain, I don't know why when it comes to the group.19:39
pushtotal 7, used 2, free 119:40
pushis that in gb?19:40
pushso 7 is 7 or 8 ?19:40
pushstrange to have 7gb tho19:40
tomreynNiclos: sorry, i lack experience in that 'domain' (pun intended). you'll need to talk to someone more familiar with sssd (if you used this)19:40
tomreynpush: 1 is probably in use by your integrated graphics ("shared" vram)19:41
pushahh, makes sens19:41
tomreynwhere shared means stolen ;)19:41
Niclosokay. yes, I used sssd.19:42
iconoclastheroi just installed archbang on a machine running ubuntu 22.10...  if I do sudo os-prober: "/dev/nvme0n1p5:Arch Linux (rolling):Arch:linux" and update-grub "Found Arch Linux (rolling) on /dev/nvme0n1p5" but the Arch partition isn't showing up19:42
pushone thing i noticed was that my wifi went from 3/4 to 2/4 when i just installed Xubuntu, im still sitting in bed. Could that be a driver thingy?19:42
iconoclastheroI'm looking at grub-customizer and i see my ubuntu entries, one for windows boot manager, UEFI Firmeware sttings, an old 22.04 install that is defunct, but no Arch.19:42
iconoclastheroI'm wondering if it has something to do with19:43
iconoclasthero/dev/nvme0n1p1: LABEL_FATBOOT="ESP" LABEL="ESP" UUID="BA6F-2F68" BLOCK_SIZE="512" TYPE="vfat" PARTLABEL="EFI system partition" PARTUUID="a895c7c7-78fe-4381-b3ab-16dfe013345e"19:43
iconoclasthero/dev/nvme0n1p8: LABEL_FATBOOT="ESP" LABEL="ESP" UUID="BA6F-2F68" BLOCK_SIZE="512" TYPE="vfat" PARTUUID="87fabc2f-3687-47b8-a673-1ddc8c8ed1bc"19:43
iconoclasthero$ mount /dev/nvme0n1p8 /dev/nvme0n1p8 on /boot/efi type vfat (rw,relatime,fmask=0077,dmask=0077,codepage=437,iocharset=iso8859-1,shortname=mixed,errors=remount-ro)19:43
iconoclastherothat's the only one mounted.19:44
tomreyn!paste | iconoclasthero19:44
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iconoclastherogrub-mkconfig (GRUB) 2.06-2ubuntu12.119:44
tomreynpush: that's really hard to tell, identifying root causes of why you get wireless reception at this vs that level at this and that place is tough.19:46
iconoclastheroanyway, os-prober can see the new install but i can't get update-grub to actually put it into (?) grub.cfg19:47
pushyeah, true. its fine tho, dont really need much more19:48
pushbtw, this is maybe not the best place to ask or maybe it is, is there any point for me to install Debian ? i feel like begin on ubuntu is already a sort of "steep" learning curve.19:49
pushThinking that im really casual user anyway19:49
tomreyni'm not sure that debian will be easier really. there is a bit of a steep learning curve, or can be, if you want it to be, if you're migrating from a very different operating system. but the basic mechanisms you should have learnt after a week, and then you can spend more time on learning getting around in a terminal, but that's not strictly required nowadays - though still tremendously helpful.19:52
tomreynwe also only recommend ubuntu here, so for other distros, you could ask in #linux (or #debian)19:52
pushok cool!19:54
pushdo you consider Xubuntu Ubuntu?19:54
pushonly reason im on xubuntu was that i tried to make my ubuntu a tad faster you see19:54
tomreynwe consider xubuntu a recognized ubuntu flavor19:54
ubottuRecognized 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-flavours19:54
pushahh cool!19:55
pushThanks so much for taking the time and replying Tomreyn19:55
tomreynso there's also #xubuntu, which may be the better place if you have a question about the graphical user interface19:55
tomreynyou're welcome push19:55
pushMaybe i just should get back to the Ubuntu regulatore and try to peak it from there, even tho i have the skills compared too an over boiled potato19:56
tomreynif you would like to get a better idea about the slowness, you can look for system errors using the "Logs" application or "journalctl -b -p3"19:59
pushkernel: x86/cpu: SGX disabled by BIOS.20:01
pushis that bad?20:01
tomreynnot necessarily, no20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:40 Push-Jobb-pc kernel: x86/cpu: SGX disabled by BIOS.20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:44 Push-Jobb-pc tlp[825]: Error: tlp.service is not enabled, power saving will not apply on boot.20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:44 Push-Jobb-pc tlp[825]: >>> Invoke 'systemctl enable tlp.service' to correct this!20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:44 Push-Jobb-pc tlp[903]: Error: tlp.service is not enabled, power saving will not apply on boot.20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:44 Push-Jobb-pc tlp[903]: >>> Invoke 'systemctl enable tlp.service' to correct this!20:01
pushapril 14 21:03:45 Push-Jobb-pc kernel: Bluetooth: hci0: Malformed MSFT vendor event: 0x0220:01
tomreyn!paste | push20:02
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tomreynpush: you can talk again (and we can read you again) now.20:03
pushahh ok sry! https://dpaste.com/7M4TDSBJ820:03
pushand thanks good bot! keeping me in line20:04
quackgyveris there a printer management system for ubuntu that doesn't suck20:06
matsamanwhat's a printer management system?20:06
tomreynpush: i think these errors are rather irrelevant. none of them chould cause the computer to seem slow also. but then these are from xubuntu, which i understand is not slow.20:06
quackgyveranything that lets me manage printers via a gui20:07
matsamanlike add & remove them as available printers?20:07
tomreynthere's cupds, and i'd say it's good. but you seem to have a different opinion on it.20:07
quackgyverThat's not a GUI though right20:08
tomreynpush: if you'd like to read up on SGX (a probably rather complicated topic): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Software_Guard_Extensions20:09
quackgyveror GUI-based manager rather.20:09
quackgyverI just want a GUI-based interface that allows me to add/remove printers20:09
tomreynquackgyver: there are GUIs for CUPS, gnome provides one. and there's the web ui at :63120:09
pushPerkele Tomreyn! are you finnish! I just got xubuntu like the second i join this channel, not sure what i feel about it, but i seems a tad faster20:09
quackgyversomething that isn't whatever unfathomably bad manager that comes built into Ubuntu that is20:09
pushill read, worst case ill dont understand anything20:10
tomreynpush: i have no finnish roots, no. does something still feel slow, though?20:10
quackgyverhm, it says that my system already has cups installed20:11
quackgyveri set up cups and for some reason it detects two different versions of the same printer20:16
quackgyverfor some reason it has like 10 copies of the same driver too20:17
quackgyverwhen setting up prniters20:17
quackgyverits just a long list of duplicates20:18
pushyes it feels kinda slow still. I tried to follow itsfoss guide to make it ubuntu faster20:19
pushthats how i came across xubuntu20:19
quackgyverwhat the heck20:20
quackgyverwhen you go into "printer details" in the printers list in ubuntu20:20
quackgyverwhy the heck does the dialogue box not have a save button20:20
quackgyverlike, it allows you to change the name of the printer, but theres no way to actually save the change20:20
pusheven when i write a webpage in my browser the text appers slow, also when i switch between programs etc20:20
tomreynpush: if you like you could post your kernel log like this, and we can have a look at it together:   journalctl -k | nc termbin.com 999920:20
quackgyverhorrendous UX20:21
tomreynquackgyver: so, as you may know by now, this is not the venting place. if you have a concrete support question, please ask, and provide details. if you are unhappy with some user experience, then please writer a blog post somewhere.20:22
tomreynyes, that's the short form of what i just wrote.20:22
quackgyvera bit of purple prose never hurt anyone20:23
quackgyverthe question was: "why the heck does the dialogue box not have a save button"20:23
tomreynpush: ok,ay i'm reading, you have the latest ubuntu 22.04 'HWE' kernel, that's good, it seems you have installed most updates.20:28
tomreynmake sure it's really uptodate, though20:28
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tomreynthe bios version looks old, it may do you good to get a newer one. you have BIOS R0QET57W (1.34 ) 06/03/2019 for this lenovo model 20LTS1XE0020:29
* tomreyn reading on20:29
tomreynpush: you have "secure boot" enabled in bios (uefi). most people will have a better experience when it's off, while not compromising security in a way that matters to them.20:33
pushok ill try to update bios and remove safe boot20:34
tomreynpush: i'm still readong, at ~ 50%, but proceed as you like.20:37
tomreynpush: i assume the web browser you said is slow is chromium. can you compare to firefox?20:42
tomreynpush: cups-proxyd crashed for some readon. but i assume this won't cause the slowness. chromium might, though.20:45
jhutchinsThere is a severe vulnerability in secure boot that will persist on a re-formatted drive (clean install).20:45
arraybolt3jhutchins: If it's public, paste a link, otherwise report it to the respective software devs.20:48
tomreynpush:i'm done reading btw. no additional findings. you summed it up well, i think.20:49
jhutchinsarraybolt3: It's been well reported.20:52
jhutchinsarraybolt3: The news stories were a couple of weeks ago.20:52
jhutchinsSome people just enable anything and everything labeled "scure" without any idea of what it does.20:53
towserwhen I'm trying to build Audactity I get the error "make: *** No rule to make target 'nproc'.  Stop.20:55
towser" how do I fix this?20:55
leftyfbtowser: sudo apt install audacity20:56
leftyfbtowser: or if you think you need a newer version: sudo snap install audacity20:56
jhutchinstowser: There probably was a "Configure" step you missed.  Was there a readme in the source package?20:57
tomreynyou don't run "make -j nproc" verbatim20:58
arraybolt3^ that20:58
arraybolt3Was just about to say that.20:58
arraybolt3"make -j $(nproc)"20:58
arraybolt3Or if you already know how many logical CPUs your system has, "make -j X" where X is your number of logical processors.20:59
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pushThnaaks tomreyn! So basically update bios, remove Chormium and not safe boot. thats that?21:02
tomreynpush: no need to remove chromium. first disable "secure boot" in bios, then check whether this already imrpoves things. if chromium is still slow, compare it to firefox, and report back. upgrading the bios is a good idea but not urgent.21:03
pushok, see you soon21:04
tomreynsee you, good luck21:04
bray90820So i'm having an issue every time I get a notifacation my screen turns on but doesn't turn off again21:04
bray90820I'm running 22.10 if it matters21:05
pushHey im back, seems like there is some stupid lock on my Bios and i cant change anything, jeezuz21:09
pushis it possible to reset Cmos or something ? idk what to do21:09
leftyfbpush: maybe try #hardware21:09
matrixytake out the battery and hold the power button21:12
matrixythat little circle battery21:13
tomreynthis is a laptop21:13
jhutchinspush: It depends on the unit.  I had one where I had to build a special parallel port plug that bypassed the CMOS password.21:14
jhutchinsAw, ya scared him off.21:14
matrixymy laptop has a battery that looks like a circle with tape around it with red and black wires that plug into two pins21:15
matrixysomething like that remove and hold power down21:15
jhutchinsBetter yet, look for the instructions for your specific computer.21:17
tomreynthis is about the supervisor password of this thinkpad L480 series computer (model 20LTS1XE00, bios R0QET57W (1.34 ) 06/03/2019).  https://support.lenovo.com/no/en/solutions/ht036206-types-of-password-for-thinkpad has generic details.21:18
tomreynpush: ^21:19
pushill try it21:19
VladTepesso how do i get on efnet xchat used to work21:20
tomreynVladTepes: which ubuntu version are you using?21:21
VladTepesnewist one lts21:22
leftyfbVladTepes: you should be using hexchat, not xchat. xchat is a dead project that hasn't been updated in years. You can connect to EFnet servers the same way as any other server by following the hexchat documentation21:22
oerheksxchat is old, no longer under development21:22
oerheksso, connectors might be out of date21:22
VladTepeshexchat servers non worled21:22
oerheksthere are no 'hexchat servers' ..21:23
VladTepeshexchat efnet servers21:23
arraybolt3What didn't work? Did you get any error messages?21:24
VladTepessays so much shit on connect21:24
VladTepesdidnt look21:24
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push"If you forget your supervisor password, Lenovo cannot reset your password. You must take your computer to a Lenovo Service Provider to have the system board replaced."21:24
oerhekslolz their page is out of date too http://www.efnet.org/?module=links21:24
oerheksstay on #Libera21:25
arraybolt3Please copy and paste the messages it makes on connect into a website like bpa.st, and then share the link to those messages with us. That will help us to know what's gone wrong.21:25
leftyfbVladTepes: if you'd like help, you need to provide exact error messages from a supported application. In this case, hexchat, not xchat. Either screenshots or pastebins21:25
arraybolt3push: What happened? Did you forget a BIOS password?21:25
VladTepesdownloaded like 4 diffrent irc programs and u need like the exact efnet server to connect to21:25
VladTepesill look at hex chat again21:26
leftyfbVladTepes: sudo apt install hexchat21:26
VladTepesints installed21:27
arraybolt3push: If you're trying to install Ubuntu on your system but can't boot from an ISO because you forgot a BIOS password, there are ways of getting around that.21:27
VladTepesright now its stuck here  Connecting to irc.underworld.no (2001:700:3100:1::babe:6697)21:28
leftyfbpick efnet21:28
leftyfboh, that is an efnet server21:28
oerheksVladTepes, first quit this network ..21:28
leftyfbVladTepes: add irc.choopa.net to the list of efnet servers21:29
VladTepesoh it worked21:29
arraybolt3oerheks: HexChat can connect to multiple networks at once (I've done Libera and OFTC at once before).21:29
pusharraybolt3, no its not that, its just that i have "safe boot" on in bios and that may be the reason why my ubuntu is kind of slow21:30
pushi already got Xubuntu installed21:30
VladTepesgot on21:30
arraybolt3push: Hmm, if that's Secure Boot, that shouldn't affect Ubuntu's speed.21:31
* arraybolt3 has to go afk21:31
pushit was something tomrey reommende me turning off21:31
oerheksarraybolt3, i assume he started hexchat as his 2nd irc client, next to the current connection.21:32
jhutchinspush: Safe Boot or Secure Boot?21:34
jhutchinsSecure Boot only runs at boot, it doesn't run during sessions.21:34
pushSecure boot21:37
jhutchinsYah, there's no reason to enable that, and good reasons not to.21:40
tomreynwhen linux finds 'secure boot' to be on it will enter kernel lockdown, which can have adverse effects on drivers and their abilities to work as intended.21:41
tomreynthis could result in the computer seeming "slow", just because some module can't work as designed.21:41
bray90820So i'm having an issue every time I get a notifacation my screen turns on but doesn't turn off again II am running 22.10 if it matters21:41
tomreynpush: so this is a preowned laptop and you don't actually know / cannot find out the supervisor password?21:44
pushim a teacher and the tech guy at school got no clue, so he couldnt help me with that silly enterprise windows, and thats why im here21:45
pushbut ill ask the guy on Monday, if he even knows21:45
tomreynpush: actually it's quite likely that you set the supervisor password, since you would not have been able to install xubuntu and previously ubuntu without it, i think.21:46
tomreynpush: the ubuntu installer may have asked you to set this password during the installation21:46
pushxD im the clueless guy21:47
pushhaha ok ill try and see if i got the password21:47
pushwell, i cant seem to find any password that fits. so i just screwed myself?21:51
tomreynpush: possibly. keep in mind that the computer may use an us english keyboard layout during early boot. so if you had special characters or just a different keyboard layout while setting the password, you might need to type it differently now. you can also try to get help with this in #hardware21:54
pushdarn, that could be it21:54
arraybolt3tomreyn: I don't think the Ubuntu installer prompts you to set a BIOS password.21:55
arraybolt3I don't think it could even set it if it wanted to.21:55
arraybolt3The kind of password that requires a system board replacement to undo is a BIOS password (sounds like Lenovo calls this a "supervisor password").21:55
tomreynhmm, yes, what the ubuntu installer may offer is to set a password which will then be used to disable secure boot21:56
arraybolt3Oh, that. Yeah that's only if you installed proprietary drivers during the installation process on a Secure Boot system.21:57
arraybolt3And I think those can be cleared from within Ubuntu and also don't require a system board replacement to clear.21:57
tomreynyes, which may well be the case here21:57
arraybolt3push: Did you get this system used from another business by any chance?21:57
arraybolt3Frequently businesses will set BIOS passwords on their systems for security purposes and then forget to remove them when selling the system later on.21:58
arraybolt3(Businesses as in businesses that are using the system - it's unlikely that the manufacturer left a BIOS password in place :D)21:58
pushi dont know the history of this laptop, but i think when i got it 4 years ago or so it was pretty new. and again i this laptop is the highschool i work for thatowns it22:00
pushi think the password i put there is the same for my login, and i already tried that one22:01
arraybolt3push: Silly idea, but *maybe* you accidentally pressed Caps Lock while setting the BIOS password?22:03
arraybolt3In which case try reversing the password's capitalization and try that.22:03
tomreynpush: do you remember seeing this screen suring ubuntu installation, though? https://i.stack.imgur.com/cCTiK.png22:06
tomreyn... and typing a password there22:06
pushits very likely22:06
pushill try a couple of more times22:06
tomreynhttps://i.stack.imgur.com/EwkxE.png is the explanation that displays when you click on "Learn more" there22:07
pushsee you guys, and thanks so much for the tips22:07
pushWhat sign do you get with shift + "1" on english/standard ubuntu installation keyboard layout?22:09
VladTepesdoes nord vpn work on ubuntu22:10
pushty jeremy!22:10
pushok later guys ill try some pws22:10
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arraybolt3WeeBey: o/22:29
WeeBeylol I was searching for mentions and put it in the wrong spot. :p22:30
oehman /msg leftyfb plz let leprechaun in again he has been fixing his connection now22:30
leftyfboehman: I'm not an op22:30
leftyfboehman: snd please don't PM22:30
arraybolt3oehman: Probably leprechaun should let the ops know this in #ubuntu-ops so that they can let him back in.22:31
oehmanhe is there now22:34
oehmansent a message to the ops22:34
arraybolt3oehman: In general everything related to channel moderation should be taken to #ubuntu-ops, not here.22:34
ubottuPlease read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic22:34
pushkind of gave up guessing the password, this is silly, i feel so stupid22:44
pushi at least updated the bios22:44
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Rajputhi ubuntu community23:49
Rajputi am facing an issue23:50
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