sarnoldsome programs will bring up a menu bar if you hit alt+f (file) or something like that00:00
ponei used to have a boyfriend named "Ubuntu"00:38
rboxguiverc: right click and select view -> menu bar00:47
guivercthank you rbox !!!!   Greatly appreciated  (though I'm still cursing myself for not discovering or trying right-click!!!)00:49
rboxguiverc: and then it also tells you what the hotkey is00:50
guiverc:)   (most my attempts to fix were /set related... and mostly just changed more things & made it worse!  so help appreciated!)00:51
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aienaI am using virt-viewer to view a vm screen while watching a video in the vm I notice https://bpa.st/RXDA error and the viewer crashes not the VM itself the vm remains running smoothly. How do I troubleshoot this issue I am using ubuntu 22.04.3 with the latest updates on a corei513500 with integrated graphics.02:00
aiena*core i5 1350002:01
aienaI haven't experienced instability on the host or in other apps02:02
aienaIt looks like it may be wayland related https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gtk/-/issues/124 looks like another app with same output02:04
-ubottu:#ubuntu- Issue 124 in GNOME/gtk "Stalled wayland connection causes exit, contrary to Client API documentation" [Opened]02:04
aienabut I can't make out if wayland really is the cause02:04
aienahas anyone else experienced this and has a possible solution02:12
basenjisNot yet, Have you changed to xorg? 'Logout click the password, look to the right for the gear icon; click icon and select ubuntu on xorg then enter password and login.02:17
basenjisNow your on x11 or xorg on ubuntu02:18
basenjisdoes the same happen?02:18
basenjisSome snaps and apps only work with 'X' others work with both "X" and Wayland.02:20
aienabasenjis, on stackexchange I found `env GDK_BACKEND=x11 virt-viewer` I ran virtviewer this way and it was pretty stable. I just watcha yt video for long to test. Just rerunning without it to test02:27
aienabasenjis, to my knowledge all my virt stuff is installed via apt and not snap02:27
aienaso it seems like maybe that command is working to make the viewer run with x1102:29
basenjisAgreed with @aiena02:31
aienaI've just echoed that line to a bash script as a workaround02:31
basenjisIt is installed as a package not a snap02:31
aienaI am neutral to snaps dont love or hate them02:32
aienathe only snap I am aware of which i use regularly is firefox's snap02:32
aienathe rest is apt or compiled from source02:32
aienaor appimages wherever possible02:32
basenjisTrue, same here02:33
aienabasenjis, I diont know the env command so well02:33
aienadoes that env var persist shell wide or only for that command?02:34
Your_Dogim ok with mixing snaps and flatpaks02:34
aienaI have a flatpaks but it gets messy02:35
aienaa few02:35
basenjisI have the virt package associated with virtual box will not run with out x11 .. not wayland on virtual box.02:35
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basenjisI refuse to use flatpacks.. over a bad insident that had happened, you are on your own with flat packs02:36
basenjishave you checked for broken packages on your OS?02:38
basenjisI refer to "synaptic" refered to a check, enter syna0ptic and reload all package look down on the bottom line for broken package apply any updates while ther for dependecies.02:42
basenjishttps://virt-manager.org/  Virt home page..!02:44
mohadhey, what implementation of cronjob does ubuntu use?03:25
ubottucron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto04:28
Unit193It's basically a forked version of isc's cron.04:29
oerhekssystemctl list-timers # gives a list of jobs04:29
Unit193....Not cron jobs it doesn't.04:37
bobdobbsHow do I check if I've already added a repo?04:42
rboxlook if its in /etc/sources.list or /etc/sources.list.d/04:43
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ApostleInTriumphHello, I'm having troubles with Ubuntu 22.04 and fractional scaling on my second monitor. The fonts are too small and I want to enlarge to 125%. It instead gets to 200% all windows exceeding the monitor dimension. Does anyone else face this?07:30
ice9after I updated Airpods Pro firmware, now it's unable to pair with Linux, what do you think?07:32
weedmicApostleInTriumph: do you want different font sizes on different monitors?  or do you just want a problematic monitor to comply and be the same as the others?07:40
zofrexI'm trying to write my own `user-data` autoinstall script for Ubuntu Server 23.0408:37
zofrexI have a basic version of it working, so I know the user-data file is being picked up correctly etc. But as I'm adding new things to it, it's breaking. And when it breaks I don't get an error message, instead the installer switches to the user interactive mode08:38
zofrexmy primary question here is: how do you test and debug scripts for the autoinstall process?08:38
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zofrexI found log files in /var/log/installer, I can't find any relevant error in them but maybe someone more familiar with them could?08:59
zofrexI've uploaded all the log files, and the user-data file, and the old user-data file that worked, here: https://gist.github.com/zofrex/ad56297898df10ea35f2487397d085b208:59
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zofrexto recap: the "user-data-broken" file does not work when supplied as a user-data file for the autoinstall process. What I want is a fully unattended automatic install. What happens is it bails to the installer UI, on the first welcome page where you pick a locale.09:01
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AndreasEHi all, struggling to get the wifi adapter for "BCM4360 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter [1043:85df]" to work on Ubuntu Desktop 23.04. Anyone willing to try and help me?10:39
lotuspsychjeAndreasE: usualy broadcom chipsets are pretty good supported these days on ubuntu10:43
lotuspsychjeAndreasE: are you connected via cable and up to date?10:44
AndreasEyeah I am10:44
AndreasEI tested checking the additional drivers which had the STA driver10:44
AndreasEso it is currently checked10:44
lotuspsychjeAndreasE: driver is loaded on, sudo lshw -C network ?10:45
puntolabciao a tutti10:46
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AndreasEubuntu       description: Network controller10:48
AndreasEubuntu       product: BCM4360 802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter10:48
AndreasEubuntu       vendor: Broadcom Inc. and subsidiaries10:48
AndreasEubuntu       physical id: 010:48
AndreasEubuntu       bus info: pci@0000:01:00.010:48
AndreasEah too much info, anything in particular from output you are after?10:48
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: yeah, driver= ...10:50
AndreasEubuntudriver=e1000e driverversion=6.2.0-26-generic duplex10:51
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: e1000e is prob intel10:51
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: maybe check your dmesg, paste the whole thing something might got flaky on your broadcom10:52
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.10:52
nateIs lifetime: 0 not supposed to be the way to functionally tell the system to not use an IP outbound?10:52
AndreasEsent you the entire output in priv message10:52
lotuspsychjelets keep it here in the channel AndreasE10:52
nateI cannot for the life of me seem to get the IPv6 address I want to default as the outbound address, it just keeps using what was originally the SLAAC (which is now statically defined as well)10:53
AndreasEubuntulotuspsychje Certainly, here is the full output https://dpaste.com/79M6URLJ310:54
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: looks loaded, driver=bcma-pci-bridge latency=0 but still pastebin your full dmesg please for a deeper look10:55
AndreasElotuspsychje which dmesg command?10:55
ubottudmesg is a console command which outputs the kernel ring buffer - an important log for diagnosing problems in  Linux. Often when something errors with hardware it will result in additional lines reported which can be seen by running dmesg in a console.10:55
lotuspsychjeso just dmesg in your terminal AndreasE10:56
AndreasEubuntulotuspsychje https://dpaste.com/9RHMAVBH410:57
BluesKajHi all10:59
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: tnx, not sure whats going on yet, bcma-pci-bridge 0000:01:00.0: enabling device (0100 -> 0102)10:59
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: ok lets try something else; type a journalctl -f in your terminal, then switch your broadcom driver to disabled in additional drivers and back on please11:01
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: then pastebin the output journal gives you11:01
nateDoes anyone have a general example of a netplan config with multiple IPv6 addresses and one forced to be the outbound address?  I have found quite a few supposed ones searching around but none of them work11:01
lotuspsychje!netplan | nate11:02
ubottunate: Netplan is a network configuration abstraction renderer which uses YAML descriptions of a network to work with either a NetworkManager or Systemd-networkd "renderer". More information at https://netplan.io/11:02
lotuspsychjenate: see also the #ubuntu-server experts (if thats your case) for some deeper netplan/yaml support11:03
nateI'll go there then cause the netplan website has largely been useless for this lol11:03
AndreasEubuntulotuspsychje https://dpaste.com/985SKGKJV11:09
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: looks like it install properly, not sure whats going on11:14
lotuspsychjemaybe other volunteers have ideas ^11:14
AndreasEubuntulotuspsychje it is not something as dumb as I need to input a keyboard shortcut to enable the card?11:14
AndreasEubuntuso drivers are working as intended but card is disabled somehow?11:15
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: can you try booting a previous kernel too, maybe its 6.2 related11:16
AndreasEubuntulotuspsychje Yeah I guess I could try, not much of an linux expert but will do a quick google search11:16
lotuspsychjeAndreasEubuntu: just hold shift before boot to enter grub, then choose a previous kernel11:17
AndreasEubuntuOk will give it a try and then come back here11:18
AndreasENot sure if because I am using a bluetooth wireless keyboard but it is just proceeding to the login and not displaying the grub menu lotuspsychje11:20
lotuspsychjetry ESC AndreasE11:22
AndreasElotuspsychje got it with ESC, try kernel or
AndreasELooks like i am running .26 so I will try .2011:29
AndreasEMade no change, still no wifi adapter found11:30
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AndreasElotuspsychje didnt get any options for anything other than or (with or without recovery mode)11:42
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AndreasElotuspsychje Loaded the latest 6.1 kernel and I can now see that the wifi adaper is up and running #success thank you for all the help11:49
AndreasE72Should I do anything in regards to report that this is working with kernel 6.1 and not 6.2?11:51
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cawxI'm trying to 'sudo apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade' Ubuntu 20.04, but it says repo no longer has a opensuse Provessor release file. --allow-unauthenticated doesn't seem to help. Unsure what to put in /etc/apt/sources.list either. Any tips? https://pastebin.com/Wi3FQ4j312:58
haroonHelli I have a problem when I use vim on the opens nano I changed the default browser with `sudo update-alternatives --config editor` but that doesnt help. Does someone have a solution for me?13:03
haroonSorry for the typos, when I type vim in the bash it opens nano.13:03
leftyfbharoon: sudo apt install vim13:04
haroonI have vim installed :D13:05
leftyfbcawx: remove the repo or contact opensusee for support13:05
cawxwould that be like 'sudo add-apt-repository -r http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/Provessor/xUbuntu_20.04'?13:06
leftyfbharoon: ( cat /etc/os-release ; uname -a ; apt-cache policy vim nano  ) | nc termbin.com 999913:06
leftyfbcawx: you can also just remove the opensuse file in /etc/apt/sources.list.d/13:07
cawxhmm I will check, ty13:07
haroonleftyfb: cant use the tool you want, because of network ploicies, but https://paste.debian.net/plain/128837513:08
leftyfbharoon: why do you have a PPA for vim?13:09
leftyfbharoon: the vim you have installed isn't from ubuntu13:09
leftyfbharoon: remove the ppa, purge vim and reinstall vim13:10
haroonoke will do, but i dont know why there is a ppa for it i just installed it using apt13:13
leftyfbharoon: you manually added the jonathonf PPA at some point. It does not come with ubuntu13:14
haroonleftyfb: still the same issue https://paste.debian.net/plain/128837713:26
leftyfbharoon: "type -a vim"13:27
leftyfbplease pastebin the results from running that13:27
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haroonhttps://paste.debian.net/plain/1288378 However I don't see the alias in the bashrc13:29
leftyfbyou have it aliased somewhere. You need to find it13:31
leftyfbmaybe: sudo grep -R ".*vim.*nano /etc13:31
leftyfbor in your home13:32
haroontoo much of a hassle, Ill overwrite the alias with a alias in .bash_aliases big brain mode13:34
leftyfbthat would not be recommended13:36
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Blohshhi there i am on ubuntu 20.04 (focal) i am getting this error running an application, /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.33' not found13:55
Blohshand also /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.34' not found13:55
nteodosioBlohsh, which application? How are you running it exactly?13:56
Blohshnteodosio, it's hiddify13:56
Blohshi tried running the .appimage i download but it doesn't run so i tried running in terminal and getting this errors13:56
ograyou have to ask the appimage maintainer then ... we can not support appimages here13:58
ogra(it was clearly compiled against a different libc)13:58
BlohshHelp needed for upgrading13:58
nteodosioFor upgrading what?13:59
nteodosioWell you would need to upgrade to Jammy then.13:59
Blohshldd (Ubuntu GLIBC 2.31-0ubuntu9.9) 2.3114:00
Blohshhave this currently14:00
nteodosioBut that is not the real problem, it's the Appimage.14:00
ograyeah, a libc version is always hard-tied to the ubuntu release14:00
Blohshi was thinking something like building glibc in home folder, then using path of libc to run app image so it will use the version required14:02
ravageThat's a path you really don't want to take14:04
ograge the appimage fixed, it is broken ... (not sure it should even use your libc from the machine at all)14:04
ograbah !14:04
ravageWasting precious bytes today ogra14:04
ograhaha, yeah14:04
daniman Hi, Networking of Ubuntu in my VM is not working. Can't even ping . What am i missing here ?14:23
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leftyfbzeroadrenaline: this is the 4th time you've been asked14:32
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ApostleInTriumphHello. I'm unable to open files via SFTP since upgrading to 22.04. What could be going wrong?15:07
mortuh, installing libsqlite3-0-dbgsym doesn't work because: libsqlite3-0-dbgsym : Depends: libsqlite3-0 (= 3.37.2-2) but 3.37.2-2ubuntu0.1 is to be installed15:10
morthas canonical messed up their packaging again15:10
oerheks1mort no, did you run proper updates before installing?15:11
oerheks1sudo apt update would give fresh lists...15:11
leftyfbmort: are you using aptitude?15:11
leftyfbmort: what release?15:11
mortleftyfb: 20.0415:11
mortoerheks1: yeah, everything is upgraded15:11
oerheks1libsqlite3-0 3.37.2-2ubuntu0.1 is Jammy.. https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sqlite315:12
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mort22.04.3 according to lsb_release -a yeah15:12
IdrogenoHello... Have a computer with an out of date ubuntu on it (hirsute) that I'm trying to upgrade, but it won't let me upgrade it because it's not supported and can't be upgraded without being updated15:13
IdrogenoWhat's the trick?15:13
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/EOLUpgrades15:13
oerheks1see the old-releases trick15:13
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leftyfbmort: libsqlite3-0-dbgsym is not a package in ubuntu15:14
mortleftyfb: it's in ddebs.ubuntu.com15:15
mortthe repo Canonical tells you to add to get dbgsym packages15:15
Idrogeno@oerheks -- Magic, working now.  Appreciate it!15:16
oerheksIdrogeno, have fun!15:16
morthonestly how does this kind of bug even happen15:18
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lotuspsychje!ops | zeroadrenaline repeated auto away messages15:21
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oerhekszeroadrenaline, you have been sked many times, many days to turn of away ..15:21
mortdoesn't IRC even have a built-in away status? Why would you want to send /me messages about that15:23
oerhekshe does that multiple times.. annoying15:25
NoImNotNineVoltlol, "gone 00:00:53"15:32
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NoImNotNineVoltzeroadrenaline: we were actually wondering that just now15:35
imihi, thunderbird crashes like twice per day15:35
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ravagezeroadrenaline!*@* added to ignore list. problem solved for me15:39
mortcan you force apt to install a package even though it depends on a version which doesn't exist15:52
ravageyou can make dpkg do almost everything with the right options. but it alomost never is a good idea15:53
lotuspsychjewhats your endgoal exactly mort, what are you trying to do?15:54
mortlotuspsychje: installing debug symbols for libsqlite315:55
mortcanonical has fucked up their repo and the dbgsym package depends on a different version of libsqlite3 than what the repos contain15:56
mortdpkg with --force-depends might be it15:56
hggdhmort: please mind your language15:58
mortnothing wrong with my language15:58
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iconoclastheroI have 3 machines inside a lan.  2 DHCP wireless laptops with hostnames of insprion and latitude, 1 static-ip wired desktop, hostname: compaq.  I can `ssh compaq` from all three.  I can `ssh inspiron` or `ssh latitude` from both laptops but not from compaq.16:01
iconoclastherois there some way to get the desktop to find the hostnames of the laptops?16:02
leftyfbiconoclasthero: use a proper DNS server (probably your router)16:03
iconoclastherohow can i tell what DNS server each machine is using?16:06
leftyfbiconoclasthero: in the case of your 2 set to DHCP, that setting will be on your router16:07
iconoclastheroresolvconf says for the laptops16:08
iconoclastheroand compaq reports: resolvconf: Error: Command not recognized16:08
iconoclastheroUsage: resolvconf (-d IFACE|-a IFACE|-u|--enable-updates|--disable-updates|--updates-are-enabled)16:08
iconoclastheroso it doesn't have a dns server setup16:08
leftyfbiconoclasthero: what release of ubuntu are you running on all 3?16:08
iconoclasthero22.04 on the compaq and inspiron 22.10 on latitude16:08
pragmaticenigmaiconoclasthero: that would mean your Internet gateway (Router or ISP Modem) is providing you with a cached DNS resolver. You would have to look up the configuration on that device to see what it is configured to use.16:09
leftyfbiconoclasthero: 22.10 is EOL16:09
leftyfbiconoclasthero: resolvectl status16:09
iconoclastheroi was going to wait until 24.04 to upgrade16:10
iconoclastherolast time i install a non-lts release16:10
pragmaticenigmaiconoclasthero: to see what your home network is configured to use for DNS, you can try using something like https://www.dnsleaktest.com/ to identify what servers it believes are responding to your requests. However, it is not a 100% guarantee.16:10
iconoclastheroanyway, resolvectl status on which machine?16:10
leftyfbpragmaticenigma: that won't tell you what local resolver a client is using16:11
leftyfbiconoclasthero: all of them16:11
pragmaticenigmaleftyfb: that isn't how I read their question. it felt like they are trying to find out what DNS provider they are using.16:12
leftyfbpragmaticenigma: they are having issues resolving local machines16:12
leftyfbpublic DNS doesn't come into play here16:12
pragmaticenigmai see, i guess i missed a part of their question16:13
leftyfbiconoclasthero: if you're using static on the "compaq", then you might not be using systemd-resolved. Check your network config and/or /etc/resolv.conf16:13
leftyfbthe compaq is using what looks like an ipv6 nameserver16:14
ruseris there a utility that can wrap a script or a binary to limit number of outgoing http(s) request?16:14
leftyfbiconoclasthero: fix your network config on the compaq16:14
iconoclastherook, I can look this up, but what should i be looking for?  assigning a static IPv4 dns ( to compaq?16:15
leftyfbruser: https://superuser.com/questions/294609/how-to-throttle-http-requests-on-a-linux-machine   first result on google for "ubuntu limit http requests"16:15
leftyfbiconoclasthero: correct16:16
iconoclastheroand i assume there's no reason i can't do this from the command line?16:16
iconoclastherothe box is headless right now16:16
leftyfbiconoclasthero: correct16:16
iconoclastherothanks again.16:16
ruserleftyfb: no accepted answer, lists ssh as circumvent conneciton limits, and config options for browsers.16:16
leftyfbruser: keep reading16:17
ruserleftyfb:  are you hinting at iptables?16:17
leftyfbruser: and 2 other tools mentioned16:17
ruserleftyfb:  i don't know if the answer exits, i dont' want to drop actual packet, but queue requests.   tc and trickle?16:18
leftyfbruser: those are the 2 mentioned other than iptables16:19
iconoclastheroleftyfb, i got it to work with a line in /etc/resolv.conf so i just need to add that perminantly16:25
iconoclastherothanks again16:25
ruserleftyfb:  unless i'm reading wrong trickle seems to either limit  up/down speed, and prioritize certain traffic over other traffic.  tc might be a closer match, i guess i need to read this a little more careful, the bucket tocken algo strikes a chord with me.    thought it still seems not quite what i'm after. At any rate, thank you.  I was clearly using wrong search words/search engine16:30
ruserlooks like it's just easier for me to implement my own in the script.  thanks16:33
NetEchoHey folks I'm having a strange issue and am unsure of how to troubleshoot it. I have a 1.5 gigabit connection in which I am able to max out my 1gb card on this PC no problem but for some reason my ubuntu server is only getting 90mbit and all I did was move the server from my old house to my new house16:45
gordonjcpNetEcho: that's probably more down to connectivity than anything else16:48
NetEchobad patch cable maybe?16:48
gordonjcpprobably more between you and your server16:48
gordonjcplike, how are you testing this16:48
NetEchoand my usenet downloads are crawling16:49
NetEchoI run speedtest-cli on this system and get 970ish mbit down 50 up and the server is only getting 90 down 50 up16:49
NetEchothe only changes since the move are a new faster modem and I bought a new short Cat6A cord for the server since the cord I have is 50' long but the server is right next to the modem now16:53
NetEchooh strange a reboot seems to have fixed it16:54
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untreare you people criminal hackers?17:14
tarzeauuntre: why should we?17:14
ripplenobody likes getting hacked and nobody likes hackers17:14
tarzeauexcept nethack'ers17:14
ubottuA hacker is a person who delights in having an intimate understanding of the internal workings of a system, computers and computer networks in particular, as defined by Request for Comments (RFC) 1392 - i.e. a good programmer  -- crackers on the other hand break systems, see also !piracy17:15
tarzeaudict has way more definitions of hacker17:15
oerheksnobody would answer yes, to an unregistered user 🤣17:16
leftyfbuntre: this is an ubuntu support channel. What can we help you with?17:16
tarzeauoerheks: even if someone did. there's no prove?17:17
tarzeaujust confessing anything, doesn't mean anything. except it is a lie17:17
ripplenobody likes getting cracked and nobody likes crackers17:18
tarzeaupolly wants a cracker. ripple my definition of cracks are unlimited life hacked into binary only games. (cracks are also when commercial software can be run by breaking the copy protection)17:18
ubottu#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!17:19
tarzeaucan i get support in here about ubuntu discourse?17:19
untredo yall pick up chicks in here?17:56
leftyfb!ot | untre17:57
ubottuuntre: #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!17:57
untreill take that as no17:58
leftyfbuntre: trolling is offtopic here. Take it elsewhere17:58
oerheksleftyfb, about that recent install issue; libsqlite3-0-dbgsym18:01
oerhekscan aptitude mess up?18:01
leftyfbit's been known to cause problems18:02
oerhekswe had no answer to that, if he used aptitude18:02
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aienaI am on ubuntu 22.04 what is the correct way to enable the hibernate option so I can suspend to disk and poweroff18:48
aienaguess cant do it with secure boot on18:52
zphinxhi, im using a mechanical keyboard named xtrfy k5, for some reason when i boot into the installation process of ubuntu i get the problem that after about five written characters the last character gets repeated into eternity19:22
zphinxlike zphinnnnnnnnnnnnnnn... etc, you get the idea19:22
jhutchinszphinx: Have you verified the checksum of the image you downloaded?20:33
zofrexanyone know why my autoinstall / user-data script isn't working? the installer loads the UI instead of auto installing (Ubuntu Server 23.04). Using a pre-existing user-data file does work, so I know I'm bootstrapping it correctly. I've uploaded the file and all the logs here: https://gist.github.com/zofrex/ad56297898df10ea35f2487397d085b220:45
webchat48Hi I keep on getting /dev/nvme0n1p5: clean, 217274/5914624 files, 2911178/23639552 blocks. I am using a intel i9 and Nvidia 3060. I am dual booting Ubuntu with Windows 1120:45
zofrexif not why it's working, I'd also appreciate any tips on debugging this process, I haven't been able to find any useful clues in the logs20:46
yates_workis there a way to install libdrm-intel with a version later than my current ubuntu version into a container?20:50
yates_worki need libdrm-intel >= 2.4.11020:50
leftyfb!latest | yates_work20:50
ubottuyates_work: Packages in Ubuntu may not be the latest. Ubuntu aims for stability, so "latest" may not be a good idea. Post-release updates are only considered if they are fixes for security vulnerabilities, high impact bug fixes, or unintrusive bug fixes with substantial benefit. See also !backports, !sru, and !ppa.20:50
leftyfbyates_work: ubuntu 22.04 has the version you're looking for20:52
yates_workleftyfb: if i install in a container it shouldn't impact my current system20:52
yates_workok thanks20:52
leftyfbyates_work: correct20:52
yates_worki am inexperienced with containers - what could i use to do that?20:53
yates_worki'm using nix for other dependencies, but it doesn't have the libdrm-intel package20:53
leftyfbyates_work: mind you, installing it in a container will not allow packages on your host to interact/utilize the library20:54
yates_worki guess i am wishing and hoping that is not an issue since my task is building mesa, not actually running anything20:55
yates_workthe mesa build may just need the headers/libraries to link to20:56
leftyfbyates_work: what release of ubuntu are you running?20:56
leftyfbtime to upgrade20:57
yates_workyeah, this is an unproductive suggestion in my case.20:57
yates_worki am hamstrung by management to stay on this version for now20:57
yates_workthey have all sorts of crap (e.g., jumpcloud) installed on our systems20:58
leftyfbyates_work: then you'll have to tell management to pay for commercial support from Canonical20:58
yates_workmaybe i can install 22.04 in a virtual machine21:00
leftyfbyates_work: https://ubuntu.com/lxd/install21:00
yates_workmaybe i'll try that. thanks for your help, leftyfb21:02
SrPxI've just installed Ubuntu in a brand new PC, with an external MTK WiFi USB. For some reason the internet isn't working / recognized though. I can't install anything because I don't have internet. Is there any alternative way to access the internet and make it work? I don't have cables. Perhaps I can pass the internet of my iPhone / Macbook / Windows Notebook to it somehow? Or install some driver using an USB stick somehow?21:17
tag_For some reason, I can no longer log in using a GDM, it just freezes21:18
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zphinxjhutchins: this has nothing to do with the checksum of the image, its something that has occured over multiple distros ive tested21:35
untreis anyone else being harassed via pm by some chinese guy?21:39
untreMr Chan Serv21:39
leftyfb!op | untre21:40
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untreeverytime i join  this channel i get pmed by him21:41
leftyfbuntre: complain in #libera21:41
Unit193leftyfb: Ubuntu ops set up the entrymsg, not Libera.21:41
Unit193untre: Channel services are informing you of the guidelines and policy for using this channel, that's all.21:42
untreok thought it might be a chinese hacker or something21:42
leftyfbuntre: this is an ubuntu support channel. Please stay on topic21:43
loswedsededI deleted a file I need back. I moved it to the trash and then deleted it from the trash. Can I recover it?23:03
sarnoldmaybe; a lot of people report success with photorec23:04
loswedsededdoes photorec only work with pictures?23:05
loswedsededsudo apt install testdisk?23:05
sarnoldphotorec works with way more than pictures; the risk of course is installing it on the same disk where you're trying to recover something might just overwrite the data you're trying to find23:06
sarnoldyou could use another computer and attach the disk using a dongle of some sort, or you could use a live instance like grml23:06
loswedsededI have no other options: my main drive is not partitioned and I don't have a different OS I can use23:07
ravageboot a live system like https://grml.org/ . install photorec there and recover the file23:07
ravagehttps://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/photorec-recover-deleted-files-in-linux-ubuntu or any other tutorial about it should do23:07
sarnoldravage: awesome23:08
ravageloswedseded: but you should even do that download on another device. saving the iso could destroy the file you want to recover23:08
loswedsededravage, does it still work if I download it to a different SSD I use just to store data? I access this ssd from my main drive, where I installed ubuntu23:11
ravagethat should be fine23:11
ravagejust avoid any write to the drive you want to recover data from23:11
loswedsededthank you23:12
loswedsededsarnold, ravage ^23:12
ravagegood luck :)23:12
loswedsededI dont need the full iso, do I?23:14
ravagethe small one should do23:14
loswedsededincidentally, how do I nuke a system? I mean wipe completely all data23:15
ravagethe tool "shred" is an option if you need to overwrite the data23:16
ravageif you just want to clean the partitions there is wipefs23:16
sarnolddd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/whatreverblockdevice can do the trick; if you have to do it all the time, there's a dban disk image -- "derek's boot and nuke" I think? -- that'll do something similar immediately after booting23:17
ravageif you are on a SSD there is also the option to just change the internal encryption key. that makes everything unreadable23:17
loswedsededravage, true23:18
ravagesomething like https://www.thomas-krenn.com/en/wiki/Perform_a_SSD_Secure_Erase23:18
ravagemaybe there are better tools these days23:19
loswedsededsarnold, the command you wrote, will it wipe the whole partition? what does it do exactly? overwrite several times?23:19
sarnoldloswedseded: it'll wipe a partition or disk, depending upon what block device file you give it23:19
sarnoldloswedseded: it'll overwrite it once with random junk23:19
sarnoldloswedseded: (don't use /dev/zero, a lot of devices will optimize away zeros and won't actually overwrite anything)23:20
loswedsededsarnold, how long will it take to wipe a 1tb ssd?23:20
ravagefor an ssd really just to the secure erase23:20
ravagehttps://wiki.archlinux.org/title/Solid_state_drive/Memory_cell_clearing also has some options for nvmes23:20
elias_aloswedseded: I've been using this for decades: https://dban.org/23:21
sarnoldloswedseded: it'll depend on both the speed of your CPU and your SSD; my laptop appears to generate around 120 MB/s of random (which is honestly six times faster than I expected) -- so, one gigabyte per ten seconds, so twenty minutes-ish?23:22
sarnoldloswedseded: ravage's links on secure erase tricks are pretty good if your disk supports them. a lot of drives won't actually clear themselves though :( -- if it were me, I'd do the dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/whatever  before issuing these commands (which I realize misses the point of these commands, but I don't trust the drive makers)23:23
willyg_cosIf you CAN just change the encryption key, it's a lot faster and doesn't count against the write cycles of the SSD as much23:23
elias_aAlthough this is offtopic 1TB disk takes at least hours to be wiped well - be it SSD or in the case of HDD it takes longer.23:23
loswedsededtrue that23:24
loswedsededencription keys23:24
elias_aForensic methods are quite good nowadays. But this is a risk dependent question.23:24
elias_aIf you are about to sell a HDD I'd say minimum 4 passes of writing random data is desirable if the disk contains sensible data.23:26
ravagemy approach is to start with a luks encrypted hdd :)23:27
loswedsededgood one, you buy a ssd, you luks it23:27
elias_aOn the other hand, if you keep the disk yourself - why bother? If someone can low level access your disk you have lost the game already.23:27
jeremy31This might belong more in #ubuntu-discuss or #ubuntu-offtopic23:31
Eickmeyer#ubuntu-offtopic because it's not necessarily Ubuntu.23:32
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