devnull9Anybody have trouble with the following:00:50
devnull9run-parts: /etc/kernel/postinst.d/zz-update-grub exited with return code 100:50
devnull9dpkg: error processing package linux-image-5.15.0-78-generic (--configure):00:50
devnull9 installed linux-image-5.15.0-78-generic package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 100:50
devnull9Errors were encountered while processing:00:50
devnull9 linux-image-5.15.0-78-generic00:50
Bashing-omdevnull9: Un-good :( ... As that is the latest jammy kernel - one has to wonder if it is fully installed - disk space ? What shows ' df -h ' ?00:56
devnull9Bashing-om (Billy) Yep, that's what I noticed.  And yep I'm aware that's the newest jammy kernel, but kernel 6.x.26? is out there, but regardless, i'm using LTR00:57
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webchat37Any one help? Thanks a lot!02:01
rboxyou haven't asked a question02:02
webchat37May lost, I send it again. Thx02:02
webchat37[9:39:25 am] <webchat37> Hi, I run into errors when it needs to prompt the admin password input. And the error tells me the polkit service or dbus service is not working well.02:03
webchat37[9:41:42 am] <webchat37> I am using ubuntu 22.04, cinnamon desktop. For example, when I use `pkexec nemo`, I get `Error checking for authorization org.nemo.root: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message recipient disconnected from message bus without replying`02:03
webchat37[9:42:31 am] <webchat37> I tried to reinstall policykit-1 but it doesn't work02:03
webchat37[9:44:24 am] <webchat37> Also02:03
webchat37[9:44:24 am] <webchat37>      Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/polkit.service; static)02:03
webchat37[9:44:24 am] <webchat37> polkit.service - Authorization Manager02:03
webchat37PolicyKit authentication and crashes on Ubuntu 22.0402:09
webchat37I am running Ubuntu 22.04 with Cinnamon desktop and am having issues with PolicyKit authentication as well as crashes of the polkit service.02:09
webchat37When running pkexec commands like `pkexec nemo`, I get the following D-Bus error:02:09
webchat37Error checking for authorization org.nemo.root: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message recipient disconnected from message bus without replying02:09
jean-loupswebchat37, use https://paste.ubuntu.com/02:11
webchat37This is my issue.02:14
webchat37Is this url working?02:15
toddcwebchat37:  tried sudo nemo?02:17
webchat37Yes, it give this: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/MZxjbm76MK/02:18
webchat37If I install `dbus-x11`, it will gives no errors, but previous problems still exist.02:22
ZihanWu[m]Hi, I change to my persistent account. My problem is here: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/bJWF3dSqHT/02:53
ZihanWu[m]I tried sudo nemo and get this: https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/T26PqRJ7qy/02:55
meta-coderWhat is the legacy installer that is used by the legacy desktop image?03:20
guivercmeta-coder, on 23.04 Desktop, the legacy installer ISO will use the `ubiquity` installer on prior releases; the primary ISO uses the newer `ubuntu-desktop-installer` (which was the alternate ISO on prior releases 21.10-22.10 though it was then called 'canary' & wasn't really advertized)03:26
meta-coderWhat is the newer ubuntu-desktop-installer based on? Is it merger of ubiquity & subiquity?03:27
guivercno, the ubuntu-desktop-installer is all new (flutter app), but uses subiquity as its backend03:28
guivercit's made to look/operate like a new ubiqiuty, but that's appearance only (ie. comfortable for existing Ubuntu Desktop users, but hopefully more modern apperance only)03:29
ZihanWu[m]Is the problem of 'PolicyKit' difficult to solve? lol03:31
Bashing-omZihanWu[m]: As a data point - what results ' sudoedit <some-file>  ' ?03:35
meta-coderguiverc: Ok. And on the Server side, there was subiquity and also d-i ?03:36
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guivercd-i was the debian-installer (it official never had a name).  I'm a Desktop user, and involved with Lubuntu, and we used *di* last with 18.04 release as the alternate ISO (ie. debian-installer would install where a machine at 768MB or less of RAM, ubiquity on the primary ISO required more RAM)03:38
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* guiverc sorry for typos... not on my primary machine & my better keyboard(s)03:39
ZihanWu[m]<Bashing-om> "Zihan Wu: As a data point - what..." <- It works well I think. It can write on /etc/hostname for example and no other outputs.03:42
meta-coderguiverc: Ok. Thanks for your answers. I feel there is quite some fragmentation in installer space both in Debian & Ubuntu too.03:43
Bashing-omZihanWu[m]: A bit of background to explain  your "isue": https://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2374812 .03:57
ZihanWu[m]Bashing-om: Thank you. I read it and try `timeshift-launcer` (I start here and it needs root privilege and if no errors there should prompt a input window) in Xorg and it stills give me `Error checking for authorization in.teejeetech.pkexec.timeshift-gtk: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Message recipient disconnected from message bus without replying`. I suspect that maybe it starts after I install the cuda.04:20
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ice9_I'm using the latest nvidia prop driver in on-demand mode and I try to start a game with "__NV_PRIME_RENDER_OFFLOAD=1 __GLX_VENDOR_LIBRARY_NAME=nvidia" but it crash on start as failing to get GLX07:26
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weedmicice9: do "inxi -G" to ensure you are actually using nvidia and not nouveau/mesa and report back.07:39
oerheksice9, and give more information, what ubuntu, what nvidia driver, what hardware perhaps?07:44
oerheksi see you ask support Q in debian too,..07:45
ice9weedmic, https://bpa.st/AKYQ07:46
ice9oerheks, I have couple of machines with ubuntu and debian and arch07:47
ice9oerheks, Ubuntu 23.04, nvidia 535.54.03, Nvidia MX45007:48
ice9weedmic, https://bpa.st/E6YA07:49
weedmici c - i believe it is incomplete - will help in a sec - ice907:51
weedmiccan you show me the link to the instructions you followed so I can read them - each time I have done it, I had to remove nouveau, change repositories, etc.  but... i don't want to tell you to do that and risk making you have no video at all.07:54
weedmicI also see this, but upon re-reading it it doesn't mention removing nouveau "https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NvidiaDriversInstallation"07:56
ice9weedmic, I have been trying this for weeks so I don't the have the link right now; but I enabled nvidia's driver from Ubuntu's Additional Drivers tool and starting the game with the mentioned env vars07:57
weedmicfound it - do this 8.3.6 https://docs.nvidia.com/cuda/cuda-installation-guide-linux/index.html#runfile-nouveau-ubuntu07:57
weedmicice9: no worries - i found the right thing just posted.  shorty easy and to the point.07:58
weedmic8.3 doesn't explain why, but defintely mentions its importance.07:59
ice9WeeBey, so I disabled nouveau and rebooted but still the game fails on startup for the GLX08:10
ice9weedmic, ^08:13
weedmicdid you run inxi -G to see what you are really using now?08:13
ice9weedmic, it's the same output https://bpa.st/53RQ08:13
ice9weedmic, dmesg | grep -i nouveau and lsmod | grep nouveau  returns nothing08:14
weedmicwhat do you get with "glxinfo"08:18
ice9weedmic, renderer Intel08:18
weedmicno monitor mentioned?08:20
weedmicare you using X?  or something else? - let me look above08:20
ice9weedmic, it's wayland https://bpa.st/4UGQ08:21
weedmicyes, x server is listed - i'm unsure about display wayland though - perhaps someone else knows08:21
weedmicthis is a real machine, not a vm you are attempting to do pass through - correct?08:21
ice9weedmic, correct08:29
weedmicI'm thinking that it is working and the error is just a specific programme - pls run this and see if any space do not say "rendering" - "glxinfo -display :0.0 |  grep render"08:34
weedmicsoz, by it i mean opengl or glx08:34
weedmici hate when ppl do that to me :D08:35
ice9weedmic, https://bpa.st/L5WQ08:39
weedmici cannot find it, but there used to be a page you could go to to test open gl glx and it would rotate a cube on the screen (or show you what went wrong).  but... from that link it appears to me your glx is working fine and the problem may be in that one programme.  did you try anything else to confirm it is working (and not just reporting it is working)?08:45
ice9weedmic, I didn't try something else, would you suggest a program to test for that?08:48
ice9weedmic, well if I set nvidia to performance mode, glxinfo should report nvidia by default right?08:49
weedmicI think you are using glx just by using kde - so I still am thinking it is working.  remind me what programme you tried to start that threw the error?08:51
ice9weedmic, X-Plane 11 and X-Plane 1208:52
weedmicre:  glxinfo - your reports seem to be fine to me.  anyone else see a problem?08:52
ice9weedmic, glxinfo default's is Intel because Nvidia is set to on-demand mode I think, but if it's performance mode, it should be different, I need to confirm that08:53
ice9otherwise how it will process programs to nvidia glx by default if the renderer is Intel08:53
weedmici don't know - i have no computers with a built-in chip, but... if I had, I should need to change something in the bios - i might not have understaood you though08:54
weedmicyou could check the bios, just to ensure you are using the pci card and not the built-in chip.  if you have one of those gpus that is part of a cpu, i've no idea about that.  also i'm going to dinner soon, but will be back.  and you cuold reask the question.  i am now looking up x plane 11...08:56
akikice9: see what "glxinfo -B" says08:58
akikice9: you can set env variables to use the nvidia08:58
weedmici saw a review of xplan12 - works perfectly on linux no graphics issues - looks very nice too08:58
akikice9: export __NV_PRIME_RENDER_OFFLOAD=1 __GLX_VENDOR_LIBRARY_NAME=nvidia08:59
akikice9: then try "glxinfo -B" again09:00
ice9akik, that makes glxinfo -B shows Nvidia fine but X-Plane 11 crash on startup failing to fetch GLX09:01
akikice9: maybe you're missing libgl1 package?09:01
akikice9: try "ldd xplane_binary"09:03
zetheroo1Should the swap file be automatically created and enabled when installing Ubuntu 22.04?09:03
ice9zetheroo1, it creates swap partition not file by default09:04
zetheroo1 ice9: I thought this was changed from partitions to files09:05
ravageswap file is the default09:06
zetheroo1 ravage: ok, and this is automatically created on install?09:06
weedmicty akik - i found this for ice9 - it might be helpful, might not - https://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/forums/topic/288154-resolved-x-plane-12-doesnt-work-with-new-ubuntu-2304/09:08
zetheroo1and the fstab entry is also supposed to be made on install?09:08
zetheroo1ravage: ^09:21
ravagedoes not make a lot of sense without it09:22
zetheroo1ravage: we have a few cases where Ubuntu 22.04 has been installed, albeit with manual disk setup (for dualboot with Windows + LUKS partitioning) and the swap file + fstab entry doesn't exist09:27
ZihanWu[m]Hi everyone, i run into errors using policykit and dbus. https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/bJWF3dSqHT/ Is there any suggestions? Ty09:30
ravagezetheroo1: on luks it may be different. but have not done a fresh install for a while. you can try to reproduce it in a VM maybe09:35
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ducassezetheroo1: if you do manual disk setup i think you need to handle swap yourself as well10:01
webchat92hi greetings to all10:16
guesswhat[m]Hello, question, how can I mount apt state folder to docker container and run python3-apt from container to get info about packages from host? Thanks10:16
webchat92when is the patch of openssh 9.3p is planned to release fo rubuntu 22.04 servers ?10:17
webchat92when is the patch of openssh 9.3p is planned to release for ubuntu 22.04 servers ?10:17
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BluesKajHi all12:20
AngryTomHello people12:41
AngryTomThere is a document icon on the desktop. Clicking it has noeffect. How can I remove it?12:41
weedmicAngryTom: have you kde?12:45
weedmicin kde you click and hold, the click the bin that pops up - perhaps it is the same for gnome12:45
AngryTomnothing happens12:46
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weedmictotal guess (i don't use gnome), right click on the icon?  unless it is a "note" - i remember having a hard time removing a "note".12:48
AngryTomnothing happens12:49
weedmicsaw this "How do I delete a desktop icon that won't delete?  You must right-click an empty space on the desktop. In the left navigation menu, click Themes. On the right side of the Themes settings window, under Related Settings, click the Desktop icon settings option. Uncheck the box next to the desktop icon(s) you want to remove, click Apply, and click OK.12:52
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webchat92any one have any idea about the ssh update 9.3p13:19
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sdtr443wI have a recurring problem where I cannot decrypt my luks-encrypted root drive on boot because the keyboard doesn't respond. I thought I got it with an updated kernel and force loading keyboard modules on boot, but it came back today. I've tried different keyboards in different ports. The live USB always works with the keyboard. Is there some known14:19
sdtr443wproblem/fix for this?14:19
mybalzitchtry a different usb port on a different controller?14:21
sdtr443wNormally I have a dock for it, but when this comes around, I start trying to boot with the keyboard directly plugged in. No dice, and the live USB works fine.14:22
mybalzitchby "force loading keyboard modules on boot" you also added usb controller support to your initrd?14:22
sdtr443wYeah but precisely I tried adding them to the initramfs-tools modules file. I'm about to try a script.14:22
sdtr443wSpecifically I added hid_generic and usbhid14:23
mybalzitchyou need the driver for your usb controller as well, whichever is applicable14:23
mybalzitchxhci_pci or somesuch14:24
sdtr443wI guess I'll see what the live USB loaded and use that14:24
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sdtr443wLooks like xhci_pci is there14:25
sdtr443wI might as well update the kernel while I'm in the chroot although I'll probably brick my display as usual due to the nvidia dkms stuff.14:27
sdtr443wHuh. It looks like my kernel was updated last week. I knew there was a new kernel package last week but I held off due to this problem. I must have accepted it at some point.14:29
sdtr443wWell off to reboot and hopefully get my normal session back!14:34
cchahello, is it possible to have hibernate with swap partition encrypted and secureboot enable?14:53
darkdestroyer2here is an ubuntu distro for blind and low vission users: https://sourceforge.net/projects/accessible-coconut/14:54
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kexecis it possible to disable mouse acceleration on ubuntu 22.04 without installing gnome-tweaks?16:04
oerheksno, it is the only way to activate it too.16:05
oerheksoh, there is; gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.peripherals.mouse accel-profile 'flat'16:06
leftyfbkexec: https://unix.stackexchange.com/a/45981516:07
oerheksbut you had to set it with tweaks or dconf first. it is not enabled by default.16:07
leftyfbyou don't need tweaks nor dconf16:07
leftyfbyou can just use gsettings16:07
oerhekscorrect, gsettings16:07
oerheksbut dconf is fun, exploring16:08
lotuspsychjeyeah dconf-editor rox if you like a gui16:08
leftyfbit's how I find some of the settings I set with gsettings which I then use in an ansible role on new machines16:08
leftyfbi've got 37 settings I set on a new build16:09
oerhekscare to share?16:09
leftyfbI would, but I would have to sanitize it first16:10
leftyfboerheks: https://pastebin.ubuntu.com/p/TnZRnVwzJ5/16:13
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ash_mI know this is a really stupid question, but what is the technical term for when you press a key and there was no action taken by the system except sounding the bell? (ie, you probably "can't do that now")16:51
happymeal`wasted keystroke16:52
jeremy31Key buffer full16:52
happymeal`i mean yeah its either "this key does nothing right now" or "stop pressing so many keys right now"16:53
happymeal`in my experience16:53
ash_mI mean, I was looking to fill in the blank: When I try to register to +, "+ gives me a ____.16:53
happymeal`unless youre beating the tower with the keyboard, then i like to think its a "omg please stop beating my ass" beap16:53
ash_mI guess, "error", but it's not really an error16:54
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cbreakJust had a weird problem with the lxd from snap: It couldn't open its database anymore. Restoring from zfs snapshot fixed the issue, but I have no idea how it happened :/18:16
john__My 2009 computer stopped reacting to keyboard after I foolishly let my little granddaughters play with itl  PCLinux OS.  Any hekp?19:21
EriC^^john__: you could try to restart it without harming it with sysrq, press alt+prntscrn/sysrq and slowly type "s" "u" "b"19:25
EriC^^give it some time on s and u because that's it syncing and unmounting respectively19:26
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oerheksyay, darktable 4.4.2 update20:10
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eelstreborwhy doesn't "do-release-upgrade" check to see if there's adequate disk space before starting the upgrade?22:22
geniiMaybe because that's a wildly variable number depending on what you already have installed22:24
oerheksubuntu in one partition? or custom layout?22:25
oerheksthat is the most common issue with custom..22:25
kaleidoi suspect he/she is asking about /boot22:29
kaleidoand from a default install22:29
kaleidoalso likely going from 22.04 to 23.0422:30
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krzxall the sudden i have some ubuntu livepatch icon in my gnome and cinnamon tray. can i get rid of it. ubuntu 20.0423:15
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krzxi got it23:52
krzxgsettings set com.ubuntu.update-notifier show-livepatch-status-icon false23:52

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