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aleksandrdvorkinhi00:09
aleksandrdvorkincan two computers on the same network share files via samba but one computer is connected via wifi (wireless)00:11
lordcirthaleksandrdvorkin, yes, it being over wifi shouldn't make a difference normally.00:12
lordcirthThough sometimes large corporate wifi routers block peer-to-peer communication.00:12
aleksandrdvorkinok00:12
aleksandrdvorkinspanks00:12
aleksandrdvorkinand samba should be installed on both systems?00:13
lordcirthI believe you'll need cifs-utils on the client and all of samba on the server.00:15
DarwinElfit's been said "Debian's repository is China old."  Ubuntu is a bit better, but I've had to build two or three packages from source code... now the software manager is always telling me to update those.  How do I remove that message from appearing, since I want to keep the packages I built rather than replace them with broken ones?00:34
lordcirthDarwinElf, you can set a "hold" on those packages00:35
tomreynbut be aware this means you're opting out of any security patches.00:36
DarwinElfwhere do I do that?00:36
tomreynapt-mark, but i do not know for sure whether this will stop them from being listed as potential update targets on the gui00:37
DarwinElfoh...00:37
DarwinElfthanks00:37
tomreyn!pinning is another option00:38
tomreyn!pinninig00:38
tomreyn!pin00:39
ubottupinning is an advanced feature that APT can use to prefer particular packages over others. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/PinningHowto00:39
mojtabaHello, I have lots of jpg files, and I want to zip each 20 of them in a zip file and name them 001, 002, ... . Do you know how can I do that?00:39
DarwinElfthanks00:40
lordcirthmojtaba, doesn't sound too hard to script00:41
mojtabaI just don't know how to limit the number of files to the zip command00:41
lordcirthBut #bash might help you better00:41
lordcirthmojtaba, I would use xargs00:41
lordcirthYou can set xargs to run one invocation of zip per 20 arguments00:42
mojtabalordcirth I will check xargs.00:42
mojtabaThanks00:42
DarwinElfputting them on hold worked, thanks.  I'll just check for updates00:45
mojtabaI have switched recently to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, and it is very buggy.00:47
mojtabaVery slow, and the selected shortcuts does not work.00:47
mojtabaI have set alt+ctrl+c to launch calculator, but it is not working.00:48
mojtabaI did not have any problem with that in Unity.00:48
tomreynunless you're meaning to ask support questions there, this is not the right place to share your experiences.00:52
tomreyngnome-shell is surely not in the state we'd all like to see it in, yet, but the desktop team is working on improving this. if you prefer unity for now, you can install it.00:55
tomreynor pick one of the supported !flavors00:55
mojtabaI wanted to know if anyone know how to fix it01:01
akem__mojtaba, Try to run another program than the calculator, or another set of keys for the shortcut, and try your command in the terminal first to be sure it works.01:07
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mojtabaakem In the settings -> Devices -> Keyboard, the second one is Launch Calculator, and I set it to alt+ctrl+c.01:09
akemI see but i'm not on Gnome right now, i can't check.01:10
tomreyni just set this on 18.04, and it works here01:11
tomreynmaybe you have some gnome-shell extension getting in the way01:11
mojtabatomreyn Do you know how can I check that?01:17
tomreynmojtaba: that's easy. is your systemd journal full of gnome-shell traces?01:19
mojtabatomreyn How can I check it?01:19
mojtabaI am new to systemd01:19
tomreynjournalctl -eb01:19
mojtabaafter performing alt+ctrl+c, the last line is Sep 22 21:22:04 think gsd-media-keys[2213]: Could not find application 'org.gnome.Calculator.desktop'01:22
mojtabaWhich is weird!01:22
mojtabaIt seems, calculator is an snap application.01:23
mojtabaI don't know what to do.01:23
lordcirthmojtaba, you can remove the snap and install it from apt.01:24
mojtabalordcirth do you know how can I modify the shortkeys to run the snap version, instead?01:25
doug16kis there a way to stop this log spam? it has been spamming that every 3 seconds for years now -> https://gist.github.com/doug65536/8d4f0102e19a9dada7e056b13e5b3bf101:25
lordcirthmojtaba, if it lets you specify an executable path, then you can use 'which snap' to get the path, and insert it.01:25
tomreynoh right i have replaced snaps by the proper counterparts.01:26
mojtabalordcirth, when I click on it, it just asks for the key combination.01:26
lordcirthmojtaba, it is probably easiest to just install it from apt.01:26
tomreynmojtaba: you can add custom ones on the very bottom, there's a + there01:27
mojtabaOk, thanks01:27
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doug16kthere's a way to filter out logging of something right? filtering out any line containing "org/ayatana/NotificationItem/multiload" for example01:29
OerHeksdepends on the ubuntu gnome version, "System Load Indicator" is the culprit https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell-extension-appindicator/+bug/173946801:30
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1739468 in gnome-shell-extension-appindicator (Ubuntu) "Repeated [AppIndicatorSupport-WARN] Item :1.51/org/ayatana/NotificationItem/multiload is already registered" [Low,Confirmed]01:30
doug16kyes, and I love it01:31
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doug16kI'll let it spam if I have to01:31
OerHeksso it is not logspam.01:32
doug16kI see cpu usage, mem usage, load, scaling freq, disk reads, disk writes, net rcv, net send all right there at the top at all times01:32
doug16khow is it not log spam if it writes crap to log every 3 seconds forever?01:32
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doug16kI filed the same bug years ago01:33
doug16kthe symtoms have changed though: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-applet/+bug/158192001:36
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1581920 in indicator-applet (Ubuntu) "Endless syslog assert spam: Gtk-CRITICAL **: gtk_icon_info_get_filename: assertion 'icon_info != NULL' failed" [Undecided,Confirmed]01:36
doug16k201601:36
doug16kat least now it is once every 3 seconds and not a complete spray of messages01:38
doug16kI think I added a filtering thing somewhere in my config to suppress the asserts. I completely forget how01:40
doug16kwant to add another for that resetting log message01:41
doug16kadd this to /etc/syslog.conf ? -> :msg, contains, "org/ayatana/NotificationItem/multiload"  ~01:42
doug16kno effect01:43
doug16kafter sudo service rsyslog restart01:44
lotuspsychjedoug16k: your bug doesnt show usefull system info01:44
lotuspsychjedoug16k: we strongly advice to try making apport-collect 1581920 work, so developers can start debug a better way, this is why your bug wasnt handled further01:45
doug16kapport-collect 1581920 said it got nothing. was I supposed to know what to post and do it by hand?01:45
tomreynthe rsyslog configuration file is called *r*syslog.conf01:46
lotuspsychjedoug16k: try purge apport and try again maybe01:46
doug16kthat was a typo, I did edit rsyslog.conf01:46
doug16kthe only response was a bot so I figured nobody was looking at it01:47
aleksandrdvorkinhi guys01:48
lotuspsychjedoug16k: its normal, when you dont add relevant info, nothing much will happen right?01:48
tomreynindicator-applet is in universe.01:48
OerHeksadd yourself to https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-shell-extension-appindicator/+bug/173946801:49
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1739468 in gnome-shell-extension-appindicator (Ubuntu) "Repeated [AppIndicatorSupport-WARN] Item :1.51/org/ayatana/NotificationItem/multiload is already registered" [Low,Confirmed]01:49
aleksandrdvorkiniam trying to mount the directory from the server on my client and i am ok in GUI with smb://192.168.1.8 but when i issue command in terminal like sudo mount -t cifs -o username=pi //192.168.1.8/pi /mnt/smbmount the directory is mounted but has no files in it why?01:49
lotuspsychjedoug16k: we even dont know your ubutnu version? is it still a supported one?01:50
doug16k18.04/3 LTS01:50
doug16k.301:50
doug16ksupported right?01:50
lotuspsychjeyeah01:51
doug16kOerHeks, add how? mark it as "affects me"? did that01:51
doug16kthanks for pointing out that bug btw01:51
doug16kI'm a dev and I've contributed fixes/features to several open source projects. I don't even try to fix gtk stuff though. I don't think I have one program on my machine that doesn't spit out at least one gtk warning01:56
OerHeksdoes it stop with: gnome-shell --replace01:59
OerHeksor Alt + F2 > r01:59
doug16kwill that blow up everything running?01:59
OerHekshttps://github.com/ubuntu/gnome-shell-extension-appindicator/issues/13301:59
OerHeksnot sure what services your run, but yes, there is a small hickup?02:00
doug16kspam continues, once per 3 seconds -> https://gist.github.com/doug65536/8e8643f5938559361bda9dfb7f7623ea02:02
doug16ksee what I mean? every gtk app is logging errors, always has02:04
doug16kI just accept it now. consider it "normal"02:05
doug16kI just want to suppress it. I have no hope of it actually being fixed02:06
lotuspsychjedoug16k: did you clean install 18.04.3 or was this an upgrade from?02:06
doug16kclean02:06
lotuspsychjedoug16k: your kernel version?02:06
Bashing-omdoug16k: Ran across similar earlier. See: https://askubuntu.com/questions/1058750/new-alert-keeps-showing-up-server-returned-error-nxdomain-mitigating-potential answer marked '3' as an example of placing the file in /etc/rsyslog.d to supress the messages.02:07
doug16kLinux doug-dt 4.15.0-63-generic #72-Ubuntu SMP Fri Sep 6 10:12:25 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux02:07
lotuspsychjedoug16k: when did you clean install?02:07
doug16klong ago02:07
lotuspsychjeyou can try !HWE doug16k02:07
doug16k!HWE02:08
ubottuThe Ubuntu LTS enablement stacks provide newer kernel and X support for existing LTS releases, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Kernel/LTSEnablementStack02:08
doug16kwill try it, thanks02:11
doug16koh wow, all the way to 5.x kernel?02:12
OerHeksjups02:12
doug16kwill it have the systemd fixes for broken rdrand?02:13
doug16k5.x breaks machines with broken rdrand right?02:13
doug16kah I guess worst case I can go back to last kernel in grub02:14
doug16kgetting a ryzen 3950X someday when enough chiplets are left over after epycs02:15
tatertots6.x kernel is going to be awesome02:16
doug16kin case you don't know what I'm talking about, some recent AMD chips have a bug where rdrand returns -1 every time, and that hangs 5.x when systemd generates guids02:16
akemMine uninstalled older kernels if i'm not mistaken.02:16
akemYou may not be able to go back sometimes.02:17
akemI have only 5.0 kernels installed now.02:17
doug16kI'll probably have the microcode fix for that before 3950X is in stock somewhere though, so might be moot02:17
doug16kseems to be working fine so far: Linux doug-dt 5.0.0-29-generic #31~18.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu Sep 12 18:29:21 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux02:24
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CorneliusNubstonHey guys so i want to query somethign is it possible to use the new windows subsystem for linux to run ubuntu server inside windows server and if so can i give the copy of ubuntu its own static ip02:50
CorneliusNubstonthe reason im saksign is i have soem thign i really need ubunttu for but i also need windows srever 2-016 for mny fivem server to run nicely  and im not fermilier with hyper-v so dont really want to dabble with that if i can avoid it02:51
wjlafranceHaving trouble booting into the second option in my grub list. When I press down on the keyboard, it's like I've held it down too long and I see each option get scrolled past as it goes to the bottom. Any ideas what that might be? BIOS setting?02:53
xrandrwjlafrance: Going to need a little more than that.  What's the options.  What type of computer do you have? What version of its BIOS?02:58
wjlafrancexandr: Aorus X570 motherboard, USB keyboard. Current BIOS version I believe but not sure. It's brand new, I just swapped to it a few days ago, which is why I'm suspecting that's the issue, but I'm not sure what settings exist that would cause this probem.03:00
tomreyn!wsl | CorneliusNubston03:17
ubottuCorneliusNubston: Windows 10 has a feature called Windows Subsystem for Linux, which allows it to run Ubuntu (and other Linux distro) userspace programs without porting/recompliation. For discussion and support, see #ubuntu-on-windows or ##windows. For installation instructions, see https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/commandline/wsl/install_guide03:17
marcoagpintotomreyn: are you awake?03:18
marcoagpintoat 4am?03:18
StralyticI'm using Eoan and NetworkManager has recently begun ignoring my dnsmasq configuration. I've noticed other distributions do this but never had this problem on ubuntu. Can someone help me troubleshoot this or should I submit a bug ticket to launchpad?03:19
CorneliusNubstontomreyn, i know but im wonderign how stable is WSL and can i run server from within it stably03:20
CorneliusNubstonias i have soem pretty cpu and ram and hdd intensive thigns i need to run within ubuntu03:21
CorneliusNubstonbut i sitll need the full fledged windows envirment03:21
CorneliusNubstonso yeah03:21
tomreynCorneliusNubston: on *this* channel we can discuss ubuntu running bare metal or virtualized on desktops (for servers there is #ubuntu-server). as ubottu pointed out, this channel is not suitable for discussion of WSL's stability or features. ubuntu, when running in a proper virtualization with a full kernel and linux-compatible (virtualized) hardware, runs stable by default.03:30
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CorneliusNubstonahh my bad thank youi for the infomation tho tomreyn rather than chewing me out for not knowning better *my usualy experiance when i discus soemthign int he wrong channel on freenode in the past*03:32
wjlafranceRe: grub keyboard jumping problem, it turns out I'm running a quite outdated BIOS version.03:32
CorneliusNubstonso yeah thank you for actually be plesant nice informative and guidigng  and not a compelte Cunt rocket03:33
Bashing-omwjlafrance: \o/03:34
tomreynCorneliusNubston: you're welcome (but please try to keep it family friendly here)03:34
CorneliusNubstonsorry my bad03:47
wjlafranceI installed the latest BIOS and that didn't help. :( The problem I'm having is when I'm at the grub menu and I tap the arrow down key, it scrolls past every item in the list and ends up at the last one. This is with an Aorus X570 Ultra motherboard and generic USB keyboard. I've flipped legacy USB off in BIOS and that made the keyboard not work at all.04:12
tomreynwjlafrance: try navigating the bios with the keyboard, does it happen there, too?04:16
wjlafrancetomreyn, keyboard works fine in BIOS04:16
tomreynso also for moving up and down on those options?04:16
Bashing-omwjlafrance: Try the boot parameter: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/grub2/+bug/1821709 .04:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1821709 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "Ubuntu 19.04 breaks grub keyboard input on XPS 15" [Undecided,Confirmed]04:16
wjlafranceAlso it's not just arrow keys. Using Ctrl+P / Ctrl+N in grub also repeats.04:16
tomreynwjlafrance: have you tried connecting the keyboard to a different usb connector? like swapping from the front of the computer to the back or vice versa?04:20
wjlafrancetomreyn, I've tried unplugging and plugging it back in but not a different port. I'm looking at the launchpad issue now. I think this started when I upgraded to 19.04.04:21
Bashing-omwjlafrance: ^^ Also - bios: do you have the "IOMMU Controller" option ? and is it set to enabled ?04:21
wjlafranceBashing-om, manual says it's there and defaults to auto. I don't think I've changed it. Should that be on?04:22
Bashing-omwjlafrance: Can not hurt to try it as "enabled".04:23
tomreynwjlafrance: is the usb keyboard issue also present on the booted system (if you can currently boot to it?) or just at grub?04:24
wjlafranceBashing-om, I'll try that04:24
wjlafrancetomreyn, works fine when booted into Linux (I'm on the machine I'm troubleshooting)04:25
tomreynplease post a system log:    journalctl -b | nc termbin.com 999904:25
wjlafrancetomreyn, https://termbin.com/29pz04:26
lotuspsychjeStralytic: support for 19.10 in #ubuntu+1 please04:27
lotuspsychjedoug16k: bug solved on HWE please?04:27
tomreynwjlafrance: i'll have a look, just to see if there is anything looking broken (in terms of software) in general, don't wait for me.04:29
wjlafranceOkay, rebooting, be back in a few.04:29
doug16klotuspsychje, no04:33
wjlafranceBashing-om, no changes after setting IOMMU = Enabled :(. Looking at GRUB_PRELOAD_MODULES now.04:36
tomreyniommu was already aneabled with the auto setting according to your logs04:37
tomreynyou can set a different default grub kernel using    sudo grub-set-default04:38
wjlafranceThat's good to know. I'm not sure if the other system will boot (messing around with Arch on ZFS alongside Ubuntu) and don't want to get stuck in an unbootable state though.04:39
wjlafranceRebooting with new grub preload modules.04:41
wjlafranceThe GRUB_PRELOAD_MODULES didn't fix it, and actually made my system unbootable. But we're back. Good thing I keep a recovery stick on hand at all times. :)05:03
Bashing-omwjlafrance: What is the reason for "acpi_enforce_resources=lax" - could be "causing more troubles than it is solving".05:07
wjlafranceI don't recall, but that's an argument to the Linux kernel and I don't have issues once booted into Linux, only in the grub menus05:08
wjlafranceI think I was trying to pass through some GPUs or something05:08
wjlafranceMight be because my keyboard is plugged into a PCIe USB card rather than the motherboard. Trying that. If not I give up for tonight. Thanks folks.05:11
OerHekslolz05:12
lotuspsychjeuhh05:12
wjlafranceWell, if it ever comes up again Bashing-om, my keyboard was plugged into a USB hub that was plugged into a USB PCIe controller. I moved it to the motherboard's on-board USB ports and the problem went away. Arch didn't boot successfully, but that's a different problem entirely.05:19
Bashing-omwjlafrance: Well ! Thst explains 148 entries in the log about the keyboard !05:21
Bashing-omwjlafrance: By the way - the 5.3 kerenl has added support for the Ryzen GPU .05:22
wjlafranceI'm using 5.0.0 with a Ryzen 3700X right now but looking at newer kernels for better support. For example I can't get my processor temperature right now which is concerning.05:23
Bashing-omwjlafrance: I have seen some thing in the respect of Ryzen temps monitoring..maybe fixed in 5.3 kernel .05:26
Bashing-omwjlafrance: the 5.3 kernel is in the proposed 19.10 release.05:27
wjlafranceI'm looking at running Arch in the mean time but I might just run ubuntu+1.05:28
GerasHi all. Which 2 irc clients for ubuntu is good? I mean 1 irc client for: ssl,sasl,proxy,way to connect to onion irc servers + clearnet,and to enter 127.0.0.1 and 9050 etc and a 2nd one that is different from the other,but also for ubuntu,but it will be used for i2p05:52
nikolamIt seems I can't bring up my 2 LAN network devices. I experimenting with network sharing and it didn't work (I haven't reboot) and I get back settings to manual,  but now LANs do not work05:53
Geras?06:03
amincdHi, I just installed 19.04, and now when I try to de-select an icon by holding CTRL and left-clicking on it, it doesn't work. Any suggestions on how to fix this?06:05
nikolamhelp.ubuntu.com search does not work without google's scripts. And I don't use nor allow google's spying scripts on web pages.06:05
usbguy1amincd is that in the gnome file browser or on your desktop?06:08
Gerassorry to ask alot.. But does anyone know? :)06:19
usbguy1Hexchat and irssi are two of my favorite Geras06:35
usbguy1Check them out06:35
GerasDo i need to configure alot for irssi?06:36
usbguy1With irssi...maybe06:37
usbguy1irssi is command line and Hexchat is a gui06:37
usbguy1Hexchat is fairly straight forward and can do everything  you mentioned06:37
Gerasoh.. then irssi isnt for me. but about hexchat,i like.. so i need another instead of irssi06:37
Gerasfor the i2p06:38
usbguy1Still give irssi a try first before throwing it to the curb, it is configurable, but it's also fairly good right out of the box06:39
usbguy1Pidgin is another really good one for out of the box IRC GUI's06:39
usbguy1Those three are really my tops06:39
Gerasi dont mind if its abit complicated. but if its to complicated,then nah06:39
Gerasi cant use pidgin,since i cant do the oper command on a server im staff on.. besides i already use pidign as xmpp,not irc06:40
usbguy1got it06:41
usbguy1I'd def try out Irssi then06:41
usbguy1I think Hexchat and Irssi will be your ticket06:42
Gerasi see06:42
Gerascan irssi be used with i2p and connect to i2p servers?06:42
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usbguy1I'm gonna be honest with you, I'm not sure06:46
usbguy1I just tried looking and it doesn't seem like it06:46
Gerasaww06:46
Gerasthen irssi is out for me06:47
usbguy1Hold on one second06:47
usbguy1Hexchat I2P addon06:48
usbguy1https://github.com/hexchat/hexchat-addons/blob/master/python/privacy/privacy.py06:48
GerasBut how would that addon for hexchat work,if im going to use hexchat to connect to .onion irc servers too with sasl,ssl etc?06:49
Gerasalong with clearnet servers as well06:50
k_szeIs there any relationship among the `direct`, `dsync`/`sync`, and `nonblock` conv options of the dd command?06:52
usbguy1My experience with I2P isn't as in depth as what it may be for you, but it looks like you may be able to setup Hexchat and irssi to route traffic to a localhost port which proxies it to i2p06:52
usbguy1https://www.funtoo.org/Irssi_over_tor06:53
usbguy1As for the SASL, SSL, and other features, both support SASL, SSL, and are highly configurable06:53
usbguy1as far as IRC clients go, I haven't found too much better than these and they seem to be the most popular around06:53
usbguy1I'd be surprised if they we're able to perform what you're asking06:54
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Gerasi might check irssi,but not sure if im going to use it.. but certainly hexchat,but thats just for connecting to .onion irc servers + clearnet,where it has sasl,ssl and other features.06:59
Gerasso then im missing a 2nd irc client for i2p (except pidgin and irssi)07:00

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