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dabblerwhy am I being told I don't have enough swap space for hibernation? I have 16 GB of RAM, a 20 GB swap file and less than 1 GB of it is in use as I try to hibernate.03:05
EriC^^dabbler: can you paste the output of 'free -h' ?03:16
dabblerEriC^^: https://pastebin.com/p7rJTmDQ03:19
EriC^^dabbler: maybe this helps https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?pid=1928690#p192869003:23
dabblerEriC^^: aha. the guide I followed didn't say anything about rebooting in order to get the kernel options into the running kernel. let's see if adding them to /sys makes it work03:42
EriC^^sounds good dabbler03:52
ooberbananai never could get archlinux to work.03:57
dabblerEriC^^: the problem did seem to be that the running kernel didn't know the values of resume and resume_offset. i wish they'd differentiate that error message. it didn't successfully resume, but systemctl didn't complain. i'll troubleshoot the rest another time. thanks for the help!04:04
EriC^^dabbler: no problem04:06
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boihello guys04:24
boii just install the linux mate04:25
boiim want to try minecraft but every time i download it, it always fail04:25
boican you guys give me some advice?04:25
rboxwell if it fails to download, sounds like you should talk to your isp04:30
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mortwhen I go to ubuntu software, and it says there are updates available, and I click update, why does it always fail08:29
mortwith either "snap has no updates available" (why is it there then??) or an error that it's already running (which is fine for e.g firefox but not system services??)08:29
mortam I doing something wrong?08:30
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attahHow do i remove the spam after having run apt? It is prompting me to reboot to a newer kernel, despite it not having been just installed, let alone working10:01
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cbreakattah: probably been installed earlier10:11
attahcbreak: yeah, i did that install... but it isn't working - so i selected the old kernel10:11
attahNow i just want the spam gone10:12
attahit is asking for confirmation(!), otherwise it wouldn't be so bad10:12
attahand whatever it does after takes many seconds to complete :(10:13
cbreakignoring your problems won't make them go away10:13
lotuspsychjeattah: can you use a !paste with your apt output, so volunteers can see whats happening exactly?10:13
attahlotuspsychje: https://privatebin.net/?a20240a2d82199ea#6SKk9vCaZKsFyXrvLAXE835eZsTGwVnTXpShENPRETbd10:15
attahcbreak: no; but i won't be solving a kernel panic in just a coffee break i'm afraid10:15
attahand the spam is still spam10:16
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BluesKajHi all12:15
lotuspsychjewelcome cyberghost12:33
lotuspsychjehow can we help you cyberghost12:33
cyberghosti have few question i am a cybersecurity student i am doing bsc in cybersecurity . i am at first sem of my uni12:34
Thermoriaxhmm, anyone have any brilliant suggestions for getting the notification indicator in the tray to work? I've had trouble with them in the past in xubuntu, but removing and readding it usually fixed it. Not this time though. It's 23.04.12:35
cyberghosti don't have much experience in linux12:35
cyberghostwhere can i start12:35
ThermoriaxLearning linux?12:35
lotuspsychjecyberghost: this is the ubuntu support channel, volunteers can only help you on ubuntu related issues12:36
lotuspsychje!alis | cyberghost find more relevant channels here12:36
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pcdussHi everyone, would anyone have heard by chance of breaking changes with the nvidia-lowlatency kernel and podman in rootless mode?14:43
pcdussI keep getting cannot clone: Permission denied14:44
pcdussError: cannot re-exec process14:44
pcdussIt used to work fine14:44
pcdussI filed a bug report at https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/libpod/+bug/202662014:44
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 2026620 in libpod (Ubuntu) "Any podman command in rootless mode does not work. Root usage works fine" [Undecided, New]14:44
lotuspsychjepcduss: check bug #1995094 if its also you14:56
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Bug 1995094 in libpod (Ubuntu) "Podman doesn't work on 22.10 (worked on 22.04 LTS)" [Undecided, Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/199509414:56
lotuspsychje!info podman14:58
ubottupodman (4.3.1+ds1-5ubuntu1, lunar): engine to run OCI-based containers in Pods. In component universe, is optional. Built by libpod. Size 11,368 kB / 36,300 kB14:58
lotuspsychjeinfo podman jammy14:58
lotuspsychje!info podman jammy14:59
ubottupodman (3.4.4+ds1-1ubuntu1.22.04.1, jammy): engine to run OCI-based containers in Pods. In component universe, is optional. Built by libpod. Size 10,336 kB / 35,687 kB14:59
pcdusslotuspsychje: thank you, but no I already have crun installed and enabled as default runtime. My issues aren't related to launching containers, but simply accessing the container API altogether. For example, simply calling $ podman info    fails.15:00
pcdussin strace -f, on the call to clone(), I get the error code -1 (EACCES) which refers to a permission issue concerning cgroups v2, as seen in clone(2) man page.15:03
pcdussEACCES (clone3() only)15:03
pcduss              CLONE_INTO_CGROUP was specified in cl_args.flags, but the15:03
pcduss              restrictions (described in cgroups(7)) on placing the15:03
pcduss              child process into the version 2 cgroup referred to by15:03
pcduss              cl_args.cgroup are not met.15:03
pcdussConfirmed the bug is due to the nvidia-lowlatency kernel15:18
pcdussrebooted with -generic kernel and everything worked fine. Rebooted once again back into nvidia-lowlatency kernel and the issue was back once again. Will update my bug report.15:19
lotuspsychje!yay | pcduss15:20
ubottupcduss: Glad you made it! :-)15:20
pcdusstldr kernel 5.19.0-1010-nvidia-lowlatency is causing a problem with rootless podman15:21
semI just added a ppa that is supposed to contain tlpui. But after apt update, I still cannot find the package. Is there a way to troubleshoot?15:43
ioriasem, you mean ppa:linuxuprising/apps ?15:53
semYeah -- I found the ppa online and it doesn't have a tlpui package for lunar yet15:53
semso I built from source15:53
ioriathat's not from a ppa then15:54
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oscurochui havent turned this laptop on for probably a year. i turn it on, gnome dislopay manager starts and then i get a blank screen...17:17
jhutchinsoscurochu: Like when the bootloader can't find the system drive?17:19
oscurochu my hard drive is encrypted, it finds the lvm and unlock the encryption using my password17:21
oscurochuso it does find the hard drive and does mount it17:21
oscurochuim in recovery mode right now, just not sure what to do. its been so long since i've been able to use a computer at all17:22
jhutchinsoscurochu: Look around the drive.  Is /boot intact?  Is there some reason the bootloader couldn't access the drive, but you can?17:23
jhutchinsoscurochu: I don't know all the ways encryption breaks, I just know that sooner or later it does and you end up here.17:23
oscurochuim not sure why you think its a problem with the driwve17:23
oscurochuor boot loader17:24
jhutchinsoscurochu: Because of the way it failed.17:24
oscurochugnome fails so its the boot loadier?17:24
jhutchinsoscurochu: If you know what the problem is more power to ya.17:24
oscurochui dont know what the problem is, i was hoping you could help me figure it out.17:25
oscurochui dont even remember how to look at the logs to see what happened after gdm started17:27
ioriaoscurochu, try to restart gdm : 'sudo systemctl restart gdm'17:32
oscurochualt control f3 doesnt do anything17:32
iorianot a good sign17:33
oscurochui can up until the point my file system mounts, starts to boot... then gdm starts and then suddenly is the moment i cant do anythnig17:34
ioriaoscurochu, even in recovery mode ?17:34
oscurochui can access the shell in recovery17:34
ioriaoscurochu, ok, let's do it and restart gdm17:35
oscurochuwhen i press ctrl alt delete, the ubuntu logo pops up and it restarts. but nothing else seems to do what i want17:35
oscurochumy cmos reset... idk if that is related to anything17:36
ioriawe don't need ctrl alt del17:36
oscurochui just rebooted into recovery mode17:37
ioriawhy you use  ctrl alt del ? in order toreboot ?17:37
ioriaah, ok17:37
ioriaoscurochu, go recovery mode (if you can)17:37
oscurochuim in17:37
tomreyn<oscurochu> alt control f3 doesnt do anything    -> this could be due to FnLck (function key lock, with function keys on F1..F12))17:38
ioriaoscurochu, uname -r17:38
ioriathat's focal17:39
oscurochushould i just wipe everything and start clean?17:39
ioriaoscurochu, cat /etc/issue17:39
ioriaoscurochu, current kern for focal is, so i'd say to upgrade17:40
ioriaoscurochu, sudo apt update17:40
oscurochuno network connection17:41
ioriaoscurochu, you probably need to enable networking from the Recovery Menu17:41
aioghaosdihfaowiHi. I did some things in terminal and now I can't fetch any updates, can you guys help me?... (full message at <https://libera.ems.host/_matrix/media/v3/download/libera.chat/532d618e64db0b228bd8f8eb756a6c9aac5a863e>)17:41
oscurochumy macbook dioesnt have a usb port so i cant even create a new flash drive... oh boy17:42
jeremy31oscurochu: Does it have the newer USB-C port?17:43
tomreynaioghaosdihfaowi: you seem to be running pop os?17:43
ioriaoscurochu, Recovery Menu  -> Enable Networking17:43
tomreynaioghaosdihfaowi: if so, please seek support from them - this channel is for ubuntu support only. yes, they are differently.17:44
oscurochui found a bootable usb drive on my first attempt. yay17:44
aioghaosdihfaowithe pop os room is just a bunch of gay porn17:47
pjstirling123hi, so I have 23.04 installed on a new laptop, but I'm having issues with both its sound hardware and with suspend17:47
pjstirling123(not being able to suspend is very annoying)17:48
oerheksaioghaosdihfaowi, we cannot help you, sorry17:53
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Guest41Hi. I did some things in terminal and now I can't fetch any updates, can you guys help me?17:54
Guest41I did this:17:54
Guest41sudo apt-get install cmake g++ libsdl2-mixer-dev libsdl2-ttf-dev libsodium-dev git libsdl2-ttf-2.0-017:54
Guest41git clone https://github.com/diasurgical/devilutionX.git17:54
Guest41cd devilutionX/17:54
Guest41cd build17:54
tomreynGuest41: it does not matter whether you connect here through matrix or through irc - only ubuntu is supported.17:55
tomreynGuest4134: no17:56
oerheksaioghaosdihfaowi, Guest41 seek help in https://chat.pop-os.org/17:56
tomreynGuest4134 also17:56
oerheksthey were on #Libera, but no longer17:57
geosmilewhy is certbot being default installed using snap now? I see that on debian as well? Is Debian also wanting to use snap?17:59
oerheksgeosmile, one could find the package to build, but snap is so conveniant.17:59
ioriageosmile, not if you use apt ; maybe you're referring to snap-store18:01
geosmilelooks like certbot is recommending the use of snap to its users, not apt anymore18:02
ioriathat's another matter18:02
oerhekssney is right;"cleaner than the certbot-auto shell script they used to distribute"18:03
geosmileoerheks, ioria thanks.18:07
oerhekshave fun!18:07
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PenikI need sex18:28
guardian_no you don't18:28
guardian_you want it18:28
guardian_Bro I'm playing Skyrim. Have you played?18:29
PenikSkyrim suks18:29
tomreyn!ot | guardian_ Penik18:29
ubottuguardian_ Penik: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!18:29
PenikI'm autistic I dont play games18:30
guardian_that's hilarious18:30
Penikubottu eat my c'ock18:30
PenikFU you18:30
guardian_FU too18:31
PenikOfftopic your ass18:31
PirloHi I'm new here18:34
tomreynhi Pirlo, do you have any ubuntu support questions?18:35
Pirlotomreyn no18:35
tomreynalright, welcome nevertheless ;)18:36
PirloWell yes, can you eat my dîck please?18:36
MyriaNeed help18:40
tomreyn!ask | Myria18:40
ubottuMyria: 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 !patience18:40
MyriaI'm so wet today baby meow ;)18:41
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driibHi, I just learned that Ubuntu 22.04 ships with OpenJDK 19 packages. My question is how stable is that and for how long it will be supported? OpenJDK 19 support ended in March 2023, and Debian, for example, only seems to package LTS versions of the JDK. Why is Ubuntu shipping non-LTS JDKs in LTS Ubuntus? Apologise in advance if it's too trivial of19:01
driiba question or too inflammatory :)19:01
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rboxdriib: lots of random non lts things are shipped19:04
oerheksdriib,  have standard 11 installed, the LTS package https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/openjdk-lts19:07
oerheksso 19 is done manual?19:07
oerheksyes, 17 and 18 are also available in the repo19:09
driib11 makes sense, though I use 17 myself mostly.19:09
oerheksbut not selected standard during install19:09
driibI was just surpised at the fact that anything between 11 and 17 as well as 17 and 21 made it into the 22.04 repos.19:10
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yes-ubuntuHello! I have just created a script which works fine from the command line, however, when I add it as a cron job to be run every minute of every day, it does not seem to work? The script will write to a log file in my home/myuser/myfolder The actual script and cron job setup is here: https://pastebin.com/qBpGuSef Anyone could give me any hints,20:02
rboxyou'e running that crontab as your user?20:03
rboxare you sure its actaully running?20:03
rboxwhy not try a systemd timer20:04
yes-ubunturbox: I can see it in /var/log/syslog and my user is displayed on the line like (myuser) CMD (/usr/bin/bash /full/path/to/myscript)20:09
rboxwell if cron says its running it should be fine20:10
rboxbut like i said, you should try systemd timer20:10
yes-ubunturbox: and I can also see a (CRON) info (No MTA installed, discarding output)    however, I understood, this is not a big issue, since I do not need any emails on my laptop :)20:11
rboxsounds like theres some kind of an error or something, which is why t he systemd timer woudl be bettter20:11
yes-ubuntuThat's so funny...20:12
rboxwhats funny?20:12
yes-ubuntuWell, that it does not work... a cron job that is designed for this.20:12
rboxwell it depends on what the error is20:13
yes-ubunturbox: any way of seeing the error message without installing a mail server locally?20:24
rbox[01:10:38 PM] <rbox> but like i said, you should try systemd timer20:25
yes-ubunturbox: found the way to check for cron errors :) and all works like a charm ;)20:51
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bray90820hey How would I install wine on ubuntu 22.0422:30
bray90820I keep getting this error when trying to install it "libgphoto2-6:i386 : Depends: libgd3:i386 (>= 2.1.0~alpha~) but it is not going to be installed"22:37
jean-loupsanyone know an software for create an usb key for ubuntu from windows 1122:50
bray90820Try rufus22:52
bray90820That is a great usb app22:52
hiigAnyone have knowledge on using remmina to connect to a remote desktop? The .rdp file I have works through Windows, but not through Ubuntu. The error I get in remmina is "Insufficient user privileges". Where do I begin to look for the cause?22:53
nanuHey, i want to use add-apt-repository and it gives me the " Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default." error. Where can i nuke this default?23:18
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WaV                                                         aizen23:28
WaV[19:18] ::!!:: Elusive [~Elusive@user/Elusive] has joined #ubuntu                                                                                                                                        AJ_Z023:28
WaVWhoops sorry about that. Highlited with the mouse accidentally. and it auto pasted - disregard.23:28
oerheksnanu, probable outdated source23:37
oerheksshow us a pastebin please?23:38
nanuYea just got the thing goes up to 17.04.23:40
nanuIts the jdownloader ppa.23:40
nanuI dont see a way to install it otherwise.23:41
ubottuEnd-Of-Life is when security updates and support for an Ubuntu release stop. Make sure to update Ubuntu before it goes EOL so you get updates promptly for newly-discovered security vulnerabilities. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOL and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Releases for more info. Looking to upgrade from an EOL release? See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EOLUpgrades23:42
oerheksi would reinstall whatver23:42
nanuThe ppa is, not my os23:42
oerheksuse their package? jdownloader.org/23:43
oerheksmaybe you need openjdk 18 https://linuxconfig.org/ubuntu-debian-jdownloader-installation-howto23:44
oerheksor 1923:44
oerheksthere seems to be jdownloader2, but not in our repos23:45
nanuThere is no package, they ship their own ever self updating install script. The papa is basically just this very install script.23:45
nanu*their ppa23:46
JanCyou can try copying the package from that PPA to one of your own for the correct distro version also...23:46
oerhekswhat ppa exactly?23:46
nanunvmd i just download that java script from their site.23:47
JanChttps://launchpad.net/~jd-team/+archive/ubuntu/jdownloader I presume23:48
nanuI am just a bit pissed that i cant just apt get this stuff anymore like i did for the last 10 years23:48
oerheksthat does not do jdownloader2?23:49
nanuchanging the package system for that is a step worse23:51
JanCnanu: it's not hard to create your own personal PPA really...23:51
oerhekssnap is already available for you23:52
oerheksunless you run mint🤣23:52
nanuAnyways. Other question. How to i set my default file manager? Eg when opening the dowload folder from the browser it should start pcmanfm23:52
oerheksbrowser settings, most likely23:53
JanCthat depends on your desktop system (especially if you want to do it from the GUI)23:53
JanCI assume you don't use Gnome when you say pcmanfm?23:54
nanuThe browser should not be aware of what file manager is on the system i think. I thought it calls xdg open, but i tried that and it failed23:55
nanuNo i intent to use Enlingtenment23:55
nanuJunst about to set it up23:55
JanCwhat browser?23:56
nanuThis is like my first reinstall since 201223:56
nanuAnd it not behaving like my old install gives me the creeps23:57

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