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aienaHi I am on ubuntu 22.04 recently something went wrong with nautilus. If I plug in a USB or even try to view my secondary HDDs in "Other Locations" the  "On this COmputer" section does not list the other drives to mount02:31
aienahow to troubleshoot this. lsblk shows everything fine.02:31
aienaOther Locations only shows the root partiton on the os drive02:33
sarnoldaiena: is there anything in journalctl output?02:33
aienagnome-shell[2491]: Window manager warning: Property WM_NAME on window 0x120003d contained invalid UTF-802:34
aienathis line is there but doesnt look related02:34
aienagnome-shell[2491]: Window manager warning: Buggy client sent a _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW message with a timestamp of 0 for 0xa0000b02:35
sarnoldanything that looks like udisks2?02:35
aienasarnold, found something02:35
aiena sda3: Process '/usr/bin/unshare -m /usr/bin/snap auto-import --mount=/dev/sda3' failed with exit code 1.02:35
aienawhat is this unshare ?02:35
sarnoldunshare is a command line tool for working with linux namespaces02:36
sarnolddear geckos: that can't be right :)02:38
aienasarnold, sorry02:38
aienathis is what journalctl gives whn i plug in my usb stick02:38
aienamybe this failing is causing nautilus not to show the drives02:38
aienahow to fix this02:38
aienawhy is that triggered02:42
sarnoldaiena: do you get any output if you run: sudo unshare -m snap auto-import --mount=/dev/sdc   ?02:43
aienayes auto-import is disabled on classic02:44
aiena`auto...` is the output of that command02:44
sarnoldhrm. I was hoping it was going to say something a bit more meaningful.02:48
sarnoldoh well. you can probably get udev to stop running it by: sudo touch /etc/udev/rules.d/66-snapd-autoimport.rules02:48
aienafound https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/197195502:49
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 1966203 in snapd "Syslog shows 'systemd-udevd[2837]: nvme0n1: Process ... failed with exit code 1.' in Ubuntu 22.04" [High, Confirmed] [duplicate: 1971955]02:49
aienasarnold, is classic some snap distribution02:51
aienais the auto-ompirt command missing on the classic snap itself02:51
aienano it exists but snp disabled it02:51
aienanot sure how snaps work02:51
sarnoldthis specifically looks like it's intended primarily for IOT devices02:52
aienaI dont know whats messing nautilus up then02:53
aienaI just ran this line I saw while reading and got this output https://bpa.st/EAVQ02:54
aienadoes this shed any further light02:54
sarnoldnot really; I was making a *huge* guess that if the snap auto-import failed that that might cause udev to stop processing the disk02:56
sarnoldso I suggested something that I believe will cause that file to be ignored02:56
aienaone sec02:57
sarnold.. and hopefully you can confirm by removing/inserting the disk again, hopefully you won't see the message. and *very* hopefully you'll see something in nautilus02:57
aienali didnt see02:57
aienasarnold, well it doesnt make a difference02:58
aienasarnold, the interesting this is alsao internally attaches SATA disks show up in lsblk bunt not nautilus02:59
aienaI am sure it used to work very well02:59
aienacan i test deleting some config files02:59
aienai'll just reboot and brb03:01
Bashing-om /2003:26
sarnoldlotuspsychje: if aiena returns, please pass along my apologies, it's time for me to run03:33
lotuspsychjei will03:33
sarnoldthahkya kindly :)03:34
sarnoldlotuspsychje: .. from the problem "can't see disks in nautilus when plugging them in", there were these messages in journalctl https://bpa.st/25VQ and aiena found https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/197195503:36
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Launchpad bug 1966203 in snapd "Syslog shows 'systemd-udevd[2837]: nvme0n1: Process ... failed with exit code 1.' in Ubuntu 22.04" [High, Confirmed] [duplicate: 1971955]03:36
lotuspsychjethat looks lovely, maybe ill go to sleep too :p03:37
sarnoldgood idea :D03:41
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aienasarnold, it was something in nautilus configs (:04:46
aienarenamed ~/.local/share/nautilus to nautilus-old and rebooted and drives are showing ok04:47
lotuspsychjeaiena: sarnold went to sleep, but he left you bug #197195504:54
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Bug 1966203 in snapd "Syslog shows 'systemd-udevd[2837]: nvme0n1: Process ... failed with exit code 1.' in Ubuntu 22.04" [High, Confirmed] [duplicate: 1971955] https://launchpad.net/bugs/196620304:54
lotuspsychjeaiena: could you update the bug and write a new comment how you fixed plz?04:54
lotuspsychje(if its related to that bug)04:55
aienaits not related04:55
aienait is something in the local nautilus config as I did not change anything else04:55
aienaI will try to look at my nautilus-old folder to see if I can identify what file got goofed up04:56
aienalotuspsychje, well nautilus makes a bunch of .db files04:57
aienanot sure how to read/diff data in those to analyse what actually happened04:57
Abhinavhi my laptop is having some issues after i had it cleaned and thermal paste change, windows kept going into automatic repair, i went to a repair shop and they replaced its ssd and after a week same issue, so i installed Ubuntu and now it just keeps restarting with this message at start05:11
Guest5503i hate debian and debian base so mjch05:37
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fastwifiif any1 needs help, ON IT as usual05:54
costcowhat is best way to test internet speeds ubuntu05:55
fastwifioh thats easy costco in a terminal type05:55
fastwifiwget https://proof.ovh.ca/files/10Gb.dat -O /dev/null05:55
costcooh wow05:55
costcovery ezey and fast05:55
fastwifiyeah i am on 5th stage of canical interview05:56
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ravagedamn. canical.com is already registered. would have sent you some phising mail from that domain.07:31
fastwifi_ravage 2 bad u dont know my email law of the land punk07:32
ravageat least i can correctly write the name of my employer :)07:33
fastwifi_ur just mad and jealius i am stage 5 of canacal interview07:33
fastwifi_u arent! hah a07:33
fastwifi_ravage i got 1400 std amazing. math not so great english canacial understand.07:33
ravagegood luck at your 5 stages of grief thing then :)07:34
fastwifi_what griefs what i have07:34
fastwifi_this is amazing07:34
fastwifi_most people not get past stage 1 of canacial becuz scared of interview process but i take bull by the tal07:35
fastwifi_i prepared my whole life for this, middle, highschool, std, college07:35
ravage!ot | fastwifi_07:35
ubottufastwifi_: #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!07:35
fastwifi_!contribute | ravage07:36
ubotturavage: To contribute and help out with Ubuntu, see http://community.ubuntu.com and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ContributeToUbuntu07:36
fastwifi_i have worked effortlessly and tiredlessly to remember all my achievemant in high school so when cancial ask i can answer correctly07:36
fastwifi_i have liberoffice spreadsheet, now tell me what do u have? spelling of employment name?07:36
fastwifi_honestly do u even have employer name or are u thru staffer ravage07:37
fastwifi_canacial no expiration like staffer, no daily pay like staffer NO GENERAL LABORER07:38
fastwifi_both my parent staffer and i have worked so hard entire life tiredlessly to work for amazing company like canacial i set my eye own it and i SCOPE IT.07:39
fastwifi_!ot | ravage07:39
ubotturavage: #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!07:39
ducasseif you keep spelling it canacial they might pass you by07:45
fastwifi_ducasse nope they understand my english i have already told them so still learning07:47
fastwifi_i am capable of learning english and doing canacial interivew at same time07:47
fastwifi_good friend told me in usa i can sue them for racist for that btw law of land07:47
lotuspsychje!ops | fastwifi_ bad news, repeated offtopic07:51
ubottufastwifi_ bad news, repeated offtopic: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - CarlFK, DJones, el, Flannel, genii, hggdh, ikonia, krytarik, mneptok, mwsb, nhandler, ogra, Pici, popey, sarnold, tomreyn, Unit193, wgrant07:51
fastwifi_!ops | lotuspsychje bad news, repeated offtopic, spamming ops command, annoying07:51
ubottulotuspsychje bad news, repeated offtopic, spamming ops command, annoying: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - CarlFK, DJones, el, Flannel, genii, hggdh, ikonia, krytarik, mneptok, mwsb, nhandler, ogra, Pici, popey, sarnold, tomreyn, Unit193, wgrant07:51
ducassetomreyn: you around? cleanup in aisle 1!07:53
Unit193fastwifi_: This channel is for support questions on Ubuntu, it's not a social channel.07:54
fastwifi_apologies i will continue only be on it for help, i joined off topic of course but discussion was in here intial07:54
fastwifi_Unit193 ^ moving cancial to ubuntu off topic now thx07:55
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fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
ubotturavage bad news, repeated offender: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - CarlFK, DJones, el, Flannel, genii, hggdh, ikonia, krytarik, mneptok, mwsb, nhandler, ogra, Pici, popey, sarnold, tomreyn, Unit193, wgrant08:15
fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
fastwifi_!ops | ravage bad news, repeated offender08:15
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PvtJoker23.04 - all of my audio devices are missing after a reboot09:20
PvtJokerI installed oss4-base was trying to get darkice working. I removed it and rebooted but no audio devices present now09:20
ogra$ apt-cache show oss4-base|grep Replaces09:22
ograReplaces: linux-sound-base09:22
ograPvtJoker, ^^ start with reinstalling that ...09:22
ogra(i'm pretty sure apt has warned you about that replacement with a y/n question ... yoou sould make sure to understand what it is asking before hitting Y )09:24
PvtJokerhey thanks09:24
PvtJokerwell let me reboot and see if i am back in business :)09:24
ogratere might be mor involved ... but this is the starting point09:25
ogra(geez, can't type today)09:25
PvtJokeryes there must be more09:27
PvtJokerno audio devices after reboot09:27
PvtJokerls -lah /dev/snd shows pretty empty. no devices where there were many before09:28
imihi, can I enforce the regeneration of /run/motd.dynamic by hand (from a script)?09:33
ograPvtJoker, it probably went up the dependency chain up to uninstalling ubuntu-desktop (which should really alert you when apt asks for this), try reinstalling that too09:37
ogra(and any other ubuntu-* packages it uninstalled)09:37
PvtJokerogra i did09:47
PvtJokerat this point since my install is less than a week old i am considering just re-installing the whole thing09:47
PvtJokerugh what a mess i've made09:47
ograPvtJoker, well, at least you did it early on 🙂09:49
PvtJokervery true. lesson learned09:49
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pickanickhow to tell what installed package required samba / smbclient etc?  Is it installed and activated by default in Kubuntu 22.04.2 ?12:56
lotuspsychje!samba | pickanick12:56
ubottupickanick: Samba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://ubuntu.com/server/docs/samba-introduction12:56
oerheksno, not installed standard.12:57
oerhekslikely the package samba is the metapackage.12:57
pickanickhow can I tell when/why apt installed a package ?12:58
oerhekslook in the dpkg log?12:58
BluesKajHi all12:59
oerheks cat /var/log/dpkg.log  | grep samba12:59
oerheksheya BluesKaj \0/12:59
BluesKajhey oerheks13:00
zniavregood afternoon how can i check status of nvidia390 vs 6.1/6.2 kernel i want to try 23.04 again but only with nv driver13:07
oerheksstatus? nvidia-390 is available in 23.04, AFAIK13:08
zniavrethank you for story those driver were bugged left with blank screen no keyboard ...  was painfull13:12
oerhekszniavre, did you try 23.04 with 390?13:13
oerheksand on what hardware?13:13
zniavregt610 vs I5 itried when it ask for upgrade then crashed and reimaged to 22.1013:15
zniavrea week after outing i guess13:15
ruserSo I have an old system with a zoo of drives, i made copies of the partitions with dd,  and check that they mounted and i can nav into dir structure.  What else should i check to make sure that dd copies are correct?   I want to 0 out old drives, get rid of some of them and reinstall the system with zfs, and  encryption14:03
leftyfbruser: you will not be able to use the disk image(s) on a new filesystem, encrypted or not14:06
ruserSo i created a ext4 partition with copy of images via dd.   My plan is(?) to setup  new system with encryption, mount the ext4, copy the images into encrypted and get rid of ext4.   Am I missing something why I shouldn't be able to use that?14:08
leftyfbyeah, you can copy the mounted contents to another filesystem14:08
ruserleftyfb: can you expand on what you meant I won't be able to use the disk images?14:09
ruseralso, time and again, I want to say thank you for your help14:09
leftyfbI thought you were going to try to dd them to a zfs filesystem14:10
ruserah, no, I'm mostly keeping them for a backup to deal with later.14:10
leftyfbpersonally, I backup my home directory and reinstall the OS. Using something like ansible to reinstall whatever apps you had installed and add back any customizations14:11
leftyfbusing disk images doesn't help you with upgrading across releases14:11
ruserleftyfb: yeah, the machine was primarily a win10 gaming machine that i'm planning on moving to linux server setup with maybe some lightweight tiling manager14:12
ruserso there isnt' much to automate/upgrade at the moment14:12
ruserI did have ubuntu installed on it that was barely used, and last few years sat collecting dust14:12
ruserwhile I've got your attention,  my internet pipe is getting upgraded to 3Gpbs what NICs are supported that play well with that?14:13
ruseridk what my router is going to actually support itself14:13
leftyfbruser: you want to ask in #hardware14:24
ruserleftyfb: thank you14:24
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lotuspsychjeok, im getting a weird bug on 22.04 with kernel 6.2 a white hotspot tab pops up full screen, on my laptop dissapeared, but on my NUC it remained, anyone else seeing these?14:37
leftyfblotuspsychje: is that 6.2 from -edge?14:39
lotuspsychjeleftyfb: im on 6.2.0-25-generic HWE14:39
leftyfbright, -edge. The non-edge is on 5.1914:41
lotuspsychjeoh i should purge edge then14:42
lotuspsychjeok back on 5.19 leftyfb tnx, but my NUC also had the hotspot window and is on 5.19 aswell14:51
ApostleInTriumphHello. I'm using a server that is shared with others. How do I create a directory that is visible only to me?(and of course to root) another user mustn't be able to view it if they ls in the parent directory15:51
mok0chmod 700 privat_directory15:51
ApostleInTriumphmok0 the content of this directory (if I add new) will also be invisible to other users?15:52
mok0Yes they can't see what's in it or read any file even if they know the name of it15:53
mok0ApostleInTriumph:  they also can't see any directories below15:53
ApostleInTriumphthank you, mok15:54
mok0ApostleInTriumph: n/p :-)15:54
oerheksi would use 750, https://www.phoronix.com/news/Ubuntu-21.04-Private-Home16:07
oerheksrecently the home folder changer from 755 to 750, no longer world and other users readable16:08
zniavreupgraded to 23.04 i loose my video driver16:13
oerheksjust install it again?16:14
zniavreyep nvidia failed to load16:17
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leibnizyooo my budgie wont run gnome or the de when i start it17:46
leibnizits just going to a terminal login17:46
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jhutchinsleibniz: So log in and see what's wrong.17:58
leibnizi do login17:58
jhutchinsleibniz: journalctl, /var/log/messages/, dmesg17:58
jhutchinsleibniz: What changed recently?  Did this use to work?17:59
leibnizi'm not on it right noq18:06
leibnizi'll let you know when i get to it18:06
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