|=== rodrox is now known as rod_dex
|<Omarvx211> Hey so im useing kernel 6.2 and i got an update of kernel 5.15 is that normal? Should i update?
|=== Lord_of_Life_ is now known as Lord_of_Life
|Hello to everyone. So I have a Windows SSD and an Ubuntu SSD and both worked fine until shutting down my PC last night. For whatever reason, Ubuntu decided to somehow choose another of my SSDs as a secondary boot option, though I've done absolutely nothing to elicit that. Now Windows works just fine, but I simply can't boot into Ubuntu. I've
|formatted the SSD in question, still nothing. Windows works with no problems, Kubuntu again refuses to boot. I don't want to reinstall it yet again and lose my files yet again, what can I do? The UEFI setup shows that drive still, btw, even though it contains nothing..
|This drive in question is where I cloned my windows install from and so I get why the UEFI still has memory if it being bootable, but why did Ubuntu somehow decide to make it a 2nd option? I get that this somehow broke the GRUN bootloader, I don't even see it, I just see gnu grub version 2.06, this terminal supports minimal bash.. something.
|Hi guys i remove libc6 and now my whole system is broken:D
|What are the default source.list for kubuntu? My apt seems to be also broken.
|removing libc6 have broke your apt
|i'd just copy files and reinstall at that point
|Technically fixable, but you'd have to do it from a live env. And it's not the easiest thing to do.
|=== Chuggy is now known as MrHuggy
|oke reinstall it is:(
|thanks for the response!:)
|<lenny_kidd> @RikMills Can you please hide the members list from the group so that no one can see the members.
|hiding other users on irc would be awesome, but that is not possible