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aaron50I had my machine just fine and it upgraded to xbuntu and crashed.  It has locked me out and will not let me get to the splash screen.  it tells me that the certificate is not a match or something?15:50
diogenes_Vx15aaron50, what do you mean "upgraded to Xubuntu"? to a new version you mean?15:53
aaron50that's what the splash creen had on it when I poeresd down15:53
aaron50this is the second time it has done it15:54
diogenes_Vx1522.04 you mean, so it was 22.04 and you just updated the system?15:55
aaron50I started with 22.03  Im on my recovery usb now15:56
tomreynthere's no 22.03 or 22.0615:56
diogenes_Vx15exactly, there might be 22.04.xx something.15:57
aaron50the first time that's whart it is.  excuse me15:57
aaron50now.  there was a security upgrade?15:57
aaron50file:///media/ubuntu/c86c02ff-ad7e-4e38-b320-a3832b4c3569 is the drive it's on.  I saw the xbuntu splash screen when powering down and then it only boots to a command line and says that all the repos are invalid16:00
diogenes_aaron50: i suggest you boot the system and as soon as you reach grub menu, press 'e', find the line that starts with Linux, find these lines: quiet splash, remove them and press Ctrl+x, it will boot verbose and when it's stuck, make a picture and make sure the text is readable, then show us the picture, upload it to imgur and share the url16:03
v45does anyone know about how long it takes to get sudo update/software updater to get the 22.04.3 update? days? weeks?17:56
jwv3does anyone know about how long it takes to get sudo update/software updater to get the 22.04.3 update? days? weeks?17:58
tomreynjwv3: usually, a readily installed system which receives regular updates will actually show the new version before the official release.18:20
tomreynif that's what you have but it still says 22.04.2, look for any error messages or warnings when running   sudi apt update && sudo apt full-upgrade18:21
tomreynsudi -> sudo18:22
jwv3i do receive regular updates, but i haven't seen the update for 04.3 yet. i just didn't know if there was a delay from xubuntu. i know they're .iso is .04.3.18:24
jwv3home@pcg35-00:~$ lsb_release -a; uname -a18:33
jwv3No LSB modules are available.18:33
jwv3Distributor ID:Ubuntu18:33
jwv3Description:Ubuntu 22.04 LTS18:33
jwv3ah - i think i set my updates wrong. i was subscribed to only security updates, not all updates. i'm testing that now.18:37
tomreynjwv3: apt policy   should tell what you 'subscribed to' / which apt sources you have configured.18:43
tomreynor, better yet:    sudo grep -hEv '^([ ]*#.*)?$' /etc/apt/sources.list{,.d/*.list} |& nc termbin.com 999918:44
jwv3now that i changed the what i was subscribe to, i ran the updates. but this seems weird. my version updated to 22.04.3, but my kernel didn't update to 6.218:44
-jwv3:#xubuntu- home@pcg35-00:~$ lsb_release -a; uname -a18:44
tomreynno channel notices please18:45
tomreynuse a pastebin to share multi-line output, as I think ubottu must have told you by now18:46
tomreynyou'll be unmuted in a minute18:47
jwv3is it weird that i just did my update to 22.04.3 but my kernel didn't update? Description: Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS, but it also says 5.15.0-78-generic 18:48
tomreyninstall linux-generic-hwe-22.0418:49
jwv3i have many computers to do this to. this was just my tester, i'm going to have to do this to al, correct?18:50
tomreynyou don't have to, i think, the old kernel should continue to be supported18:50
jwv3i do want the newer kernel. that was part of wanting to upgrade.18:51
tomreynso far you seem to have the GA kernel, if you want a newer one, you'll need to switch to HWE: https://gist.github.com/tomreyn/8d7675840d7bc7389b32e4d8887ca44918:51
tomreyni'd be more worried about not having received most security updates for the past 1.5 years18:54
jwv3i don't run these online. i'm only running this one online to update.18:55
jwv3i thought the new .3 update was going to update the generic kernel as well.18:55
tomreyn.4 did so for 18.0418:56
tomreynnot sure about 20.04 and 22.0418:56
jwv3everything i was reading was 22.04.3 was going to include kernel 6.2. i didn't think my kernel was going to stay behind to 5.15...18:57
jwv3Ubuntu 22.04.3 LTS Released with Linux 6.2 Kernel and Mesa 23.0 Graphics Stacks18:58
tomreyn!info linux-generic jammy18:58
ubottulinux-generic (, jammy): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Built by linux-meta. Size 2 kB / 20 kB. (Only available for amd64, armhf, arm64, powerpc, ppc64el, s390x.)18:58
tomreyn!info linux-generic-hwe-22.04 jammy18:59
ubottulinux-generic-hwe-22.04 (, jammy): Complete Generic Linux kernel and headers. In component main, is optional. Built by linux-meta-hwe-6.2. Size 2 kB / 21 kB. (Only available for amd64, armhf, arm64, powerpc, ppc64el, s390x.)18:59
tomreynthat's right, if you would do a fresh install of 22.04 now, you'd receive the HWE kernel, i think18:59
tomreynbut since you installed earlier, from 22.04.0 or .1, i assume, you have the GA kernel19:00
tomreyni.e. you'll have linux-generic installed19:00
jwv3linux-image-generic/jammy-security,jammy-updates,now amd64 [installed,automatic]19:00
jwv3alright. this was good information. thank you.19:01
tomreynread the github link i posted above if you'd like to better understand how those variants come together19:02
tomreynalso the links to ubuntu.com from there19:02
jwv3i did. that's where i got the command to check what i was using. thank you.19:02
tomreynyou're welcome 19:02
tomreynjwv3: so "How do I switch from the GA to the HWE stack?" https://gist.github.com/tomreyn/8d7675840d7bc7389b32e4d8887ca449#how-do-i-switch-from-the-ga-to-the-hwe-stack is what you'll want to do on all systems then,19:05
tomreynbased on "i want the newer kernel"19:05
jwv3yes. i understand it now. i wish i would have a few years ago.19:15
jwv3thanks again19:15
tomreynthese details have actually changed a little during the past decade, i think starting with 18.0419:16
tomreynand it wasn't so obvious unless unless you followed development closely19:16
jwv3that might have been when i starting using ubuntu/xubuntu.19:16
jwv3and i didn't.19:16
tomreynmost people don't, and that should be fine.19:17
jwv3would have helped me for the last few years. i'm constantly testing new mini pcs and have to adjust kernels sometimes. knowing i had the newest release kernel when i thought i did on new point versions would have helped.19:19
tomreynthere is the ubuntu announcement mailing list you may want to subscribe to, but i'm not even sure it was discussed there19:19
tomreyni see how that'd be desirable, yes19:19
jwv3i might have to subscribe to that.19:20

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