jayjois there a wiki page or some other recommendation for single disk boot partitions using uefi with LVM?00:10
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jayjousing gpt00:11
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jayjodo I only need a single 512M EFI partition, and the rest is my single LVM partition?00:17
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Tom01Has somebody knowledge of html / javascript. Where is this js located? src=“//cdntrf.com/mactechnews.js"01:08
leftyfb!ot | Tom0101:09
ubottuTom01: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, for all Ubuntu-related support questions. Please register with NickServ (see /msg ubottu !register) and use #ubuntu-offtopic for other topics (though our !guidelines apply there too). Thanks!01:09
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jwashI'd appreciate any ideas about how to block youtube on my network for all computers except for 1 or two explicit IPs.03:02
leftyfbjwash: Is your router running Ubuntu?03:28
jwashleftyfb: DD-WRT04:00
jwashI've been feelling like it's time to move away from my router to a computer to do the routing04:00
derpadminI do it, so far so good04:01
leftyfbjwash: I would look into ubiquiti. But none of this is on topic for this channel. Try #networking or #ububtu-offtopic04:01
crabsAnyone had luck on installing Ubunto on the Alix 2D13 single board computer? https://wiki.polaire.nl/doku.php?id=debian_buster_alix2d13 works for me for Debian...04:22
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daysun!ops user ggdev spamming the same spam as yesterday. Same link. Same message.05:08
ubottudaysun: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)05:08
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daysunuser ggdev spamming the same spam as yesterday. Same link. Same message.05:08
daysunsame user as _0dev_ who got klined05:08
chovyhow do i install cuda on 20.04?05:29
chovyThe following packages have unmet dependencies:05:29
chovy cuda : Depends: cuda-11-2 (>= 11.2.0) but it is not going to be installed05:29
chovyE: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.05:29
_jakchovy: do sudo apt-get purge nvidia*, then follow the instructions for your preferred method here: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-downloads?target_os=Linux&target_arch=x86_64&target_distro=Ubuntu&target_version=2004&target_type=debnetwork06:05
chovyi neeed cuda 1006:12
chovy./ccminer_linux_cuda102: error while loading shared libraries: libcudart.so.10.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory06:17
chovyhow to fix?06:17
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XeroineHello, I'm trying to install IceWM on Ubuntu from a tar file using the instructions from their website but when I do "./configure --prefix=/usr" I get the error "configure: error: Packages SM and ICE are required for session mgmt.". Does anyone know how I can install those two packages? I couldn't find their names06:33
CorruptByteDid you run the script that installs all of the dependencies?06:36
CorruptByteXeroine: See above06:36
Xeroinewdym, what script is that?06:37
XeroineI thought the configure script does that06:38
CorruptByteLook for heading Install package dependencies on the ice-wm.org homepage06:38
Xeroinethanks a lot, should've read the entire thing06:39
CorruptByteNo worries :)06:39
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conjohey all-how would i change font font size and window coloum and row settings for my terminal(bsh ubuntu 20.04.1 (really want to learn how to do this via configs file adjustment, i know how to do it via gui)08:59
conjoeg what file am i looking for08:59
Mr_xanyone ever face this error :09:00
Mr_xerror: could not create '/usr/local/lib/python3.7/site-packages/antlr4': Permission denied09:00
Mr_xthis occur when try to run --->> python3 -m pip install -r requirements.txt09:00
Mr_xI'm a bit confused .. do I need to use "--user"? , and is that a good option .. or is there another better way?09:01
ducasseMr_x: try with --user, as without it is a system install09:02
TJ-Mr_x: presumably your user doesn't have write permissions to /usr/local/lib/ - maybe execute the command using "sudo ..."09:02
ducasseconjo: which terminal are you using?09:02
conjoi assume ubuntu ships with default bsh ill check09:03
Mr_xducasse, that is the good way for that?09:04
conjoGNOME Shell 3.36.409:04
Mr_xTJ how to give permission to user for /usr/local/lib/09:04
ducasseconjo: never used that before, but look under ~/.config09:04
TJ-Mr_x: if possible try ducasse's suggestion first09:05
Mr_xTJ- how to give permission to user for /usr/local/lib/09:05
TJ-Mr_x: otherwise prefix commands with "sudo " to elevate privileges09:05
conjowhat do you use?09:06
ducasseMr_x: i would generally install to a user directory before doing a system install with pip09:06
ducasseconjo: i don't deal with java, for terminal emulator i use roxterm and urxvt09:06
Mr_xducasse, can u give suggestion the correct command with "--user"09:07
Mr_xi already read docomentation but still confuse09:07
HamidrezaHi, I'm not understanding why when we want to ssh to a server without password , we should copy our public key to that server !!! I thought that we should have the remote server private key, How would it work?!09:08
ducasseMr_x: you should just need to add --user to the command line09:08
Hamidrezawhy we dont copy the remote server private key to our server?!09:08
ducasseHamidreza: the private key is not shared, it's private :)09:09
Mr_xducasse, like this correct ---->> python3 -m pip install --user -r requirements.txt09:09
Hamidrezaducasse, How would it work?09:09
Hamidrezawhat is the structure behind it?09:09
Hamidrezayou have my public key so I can ssh to you without password?!!!09:10
Hamidrezaits wierd!09:10
ducasseHamidreza: the private key on the host your ssh'ing from is authenticated against the public key on the host you're ssh'ing into09:10
Mr_xducasse, i mean where to put "--user" on that command09:10
conjoducasse, this all i see in that dir any suggestions configstore?09:10
ducasseHamidreza: look into public key cryptography09:10
Hamidrezaducasse, I confused09:11
Hamidrezacan You explaned it more09:11
Hamidrezaor give me a link please09:11
conjowatch a video on youtube09:11
ducasseHamidreza: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-key_cryptography09:12
roryHamidreza, if the same key was used to authenticate as was copied to the server, then anyone with access to the server can get access to the private key09:12
AmaranthHamidreza: You can encrypt things with the public key that only the private key can decrypt. The server encrypts a challenge message and send it to the client, if the client has the matching private key it can decrypt and give the correct response09:12
roryHamidreza, that would be bad, because the private key is probably used to access lots of servers09:12
roryHamidreza, you can safely put your public key on a website and the worst people can do is let you log into their servers :)09:13
conjoHamidreza, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GSIDS_lvRv409:14
ducasseconjo: i don't see a way to configure it from reading the man page, if you install bsh-doc you will get the docs in /usr/share/doc/bsh-doc/09:15
conjoty man09:15
conjowhat where some of you're google search strings ducasse i didnt find anything but was at a loss for what to search for (succinct and accurate)09:17
conjoducasse, eg my search terms where verbose, and perhaps not even the right terminology09:18
ducasseconjo: i just installed the package and read the man page :)09:18
conjolol i feel dumb09:19
conjoty man09:19
conjorolf i must just rtfm09:19
ducasseconjo: don't, it's all a learning experience :)09:19
ducasseconjo: if it is your terminal you want to configure, however, that is an entirely different issue09:28
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