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sarnoldgp: bsdtar can do it https://github.com/libarchive/libarchive/wiki/LibarchiveFormats00:01
aleksandrdvorkincan somebody help me i am trying to setup the Zen Cart at this link https://websiteforstudents.com/install-zen-cart-on-ubuntu-17-04-17-10-with-apache2-mariadb-and-php-support00:05
gpsarnold: Thanks00:06
OerHeksmore recent  howto .. https://hostadvice.com/how-to/how-to-install-and-configure-zen-cart-on-an-ubuntu-18-04-vps-or-dedicated-server/00:06
OerHeksyour url should be altered to php7.2 ..00:07
OerHeks!info php7.2 bionic00:08
ubottuphp7.2 (source: php7.2): server-side, HTML-embedded scripting language (metapackage). In component main, is optional. Version 7.2.24-0ubuntu0.18.04.1 (bionic), package size 9 kB, installed size 86 kB00:08
renata444Hey since the 19.10 upgrade. I lost the ability to control my volume, in XUBUNTU and its xfce. The controls on my keyboard activate the animation for wolume which moves up and down but the sound is unchanged. Same with using mouse to click speaker. I have to go into the audio mixer_> Output and click "set as fallback" check arrow on my device.00:14
renata444System is not remembering that setting either and goes away when I reboot. I do not know enough about Linux to solve this. Please point me in the direction00:14
sarnoldrenata444: if you don't get any answers here you may wish to try in #xubuntu too00:16
AscavasaionAny idea why PCManFM closes (crashes?) when I unmount a device?00:18
sarnoldif you run it from a terminal do you see any error messages printed when it dies?00:20
aleksandrdvorkinOerHerks thanks actually helped me get by the Database setup not allowing acces to Mysql00:25
KazDaxI am trying to install ubuntu in virtual box but i am having no luck ...It crashes right after the formating scene00:46
KazDaxright now its showing me a blank screen right after i choose to format and install the ubuntu00:46
compdocI havent used vb in a long time, but how much ram are you giving?00:47
KazDax2 gig i believe00:47
KazDaxits now saying error failed to send host log message00:47
compdocdo you ahve a choice of type of video hardware?00:48
KazDaxlet me check00:48
KazDaxthis is a new device ..it is a alienware00:48
KazDaxbut ususally i never have luck running ubuntu under virtual box on any system00:48
compdocI mean for the guest00:48
compdocits the newest version of vb?00:49
KazDaxyes00:49
KazDaxits now saying out fo memory00:49
KazDaxmaybe i havnt given 2 gigs00:49
KazDaxlet me check00:49
KazDaxi have given 1 gig00:51
KazDaxdisplay is given 16 mb00:51
KazDaxi think that might be a problem00:51
KazDaxgraphic controller is called VMSVGA00:51
sarnoldKazDax: try giving closer to three gigs; I think there's a snapd issue that caused it to use somnewhere around 2.5 gigs ram during install00:51
KazDaxnow it just hows me a blank screen..when i on the vm00:53
KazDaxhold on a sec00:54
shadoxx_Hey, anyone have experience with LVM volumes on an ISCSI target on Ubuntu 18.04 server on kernel 5.0.0-32?00:56
shadoxx_Systemd 237 I believe. ISCSI pv refuses to come back up after a reboot. seems like a common issue with no resolution online. i'm starting to wonder if I set the initial pv/lvm incorrectly00:57
shadoxx_I did a pvcreate on the raw iscsi lun, with just a simple gpt partition table.00:57
shadoxx_Should I throw the pv in a huge partition? Though it was my understanding physical volumes can be on raw LUNs00:58
shadoxx_and this is a 36TB LUN00:58
shadoxx_i can't even get pvscan pvchange lvchange to recognize the pv exists. but if i go through the creation process again with all default vaules, everything shows up and the data is there00:59
shadoxx_i would consider myself an expert user, but wow. this has me hitting a wall.00:59
KazDaxits working now00:59
KazDaxso some system process takes more than 2.5 of ram to install the ubuntu ?00:59
KazDaxi also up the ram provided to the vm gpu ..so i dont know which one solved the problem01:00
sarnoldKazDax: yeah, I think it's part of snapd's first boot steps01:02
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fleabeardhello friends, is there any software available for ubuntu that allows me to plot a network? I usually do so in Visio or Cisco Packet Tracer in Windows,but wondered if anything exists for ubuntu that could meet this need?01:32
sarnoldfleabeard: almost too many choices; dia and xfig are ancient, if we still package them at all.. inkscape is much newer and probably nicer but I don't know how well it does for diagram kind of things01:34
sarnolddot and graphviz and various latex graphing packages may be easier to do programmatically01:34
fleabeardhey thanks, that gives me a starting point at least :)01:34
flogI always find visio bulky to create network diagrams.01:34
fleabeardyeah,it really is!01:34
flogCreating diagrams from spread sheets/lits would be awesome.01:36
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flogsarnold: thank for the tips01:43
sarnoldflog :)01:43
sarnoldmy pleasure01:43
flogEven though its not strictly ubuntu related.01:43
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bryguypghI just did "mv /olddrive/myfiles ~/" but I forgot I had a symlink from ~/myfiles to /olddrive/myfiles. Now the original dir seems to be gone02:09
bryguypgham i screwed or can this be undone?02:09
bryguypghsurprised that it silently let me write them out of existence02:10
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renata444Hey since the 19.10 upgrade. I lost the ability to control my volume, in XUBUNTU and its xfce. The controls on my keyboard activate the animation for wolume which moves up and down but the sound is unchanged. Same with using mouse to click speaker. I have to go into the audio mixer_> Output and click "set as fallback" check arrow on my device.02:20
renata444System is not remembering that setting either and goes away when I reboot. I do not know enough about Linux to solve this. Please point me in the direction02:20
renata444its like the system does not remember which audio device is default so it assigns none.02:21
renata444Im assuming there is a file, where I can edit and set my line out s he default audio02:22
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warsoulwhats the correct command to update?04:16
lotuspsychje!uptodate04:17
ubottuTo ensure you have all the latest known patches and security updates for your ubuntu installation, please update with the following command: `sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade`. See also !upgrades and !security; you may also need to run `apt full-upgrade`.04:17
cluelesspersonokay, wth04:19
cluelesspersonI'm randomly getting these events04:19
cluelesspersonNov 19 20:19:41 ztab acpid: completed netlink event "ibm/hotkey LEN0268:00 00000080 00001311"04:19
cluelesspersonjust started today.04:19
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bionicpup64_1518HELP have to install in safe mode then when done wont load04:40
tomreynbionicpup64_1518: do you have any more details, such as what you'Re installing, and what you're installing it on?04:41
bionicpup64_1518ubuntu 19 on dell alienware 51m04:41
bionicpup64_1518with rtx208004:41
tomreyn"safe mode" is a windows term, please describe what you're doing as a result of which error messages and / or unexpected situation04:42
tomreyn!YY.MM04:42
ubottuUbuntu version numbers are: YY.MM (YY=release year,MM=release month). Each year sees two releases, so just specifying YY is imprecise. See also https://www.ubuntu.com/about/release-cycle04:42
bionicpup64_1518ubuntu 19.1004:42
bionicpup64_1518ubuntu 18.04 wont even load for me04:43
tomreynis windows still installed? you should ensure you run the latest bios first of all04:43
bionicpup64_1518just tring to install it04:43
bionicpup64_1518i do04:43
bionicpup64_1518and i have04:43
tomreynvery well. so what happens when you boot the 19.10 desktop (i assume?) installer normally?04:44
bionicpup64_1518no wont install normal04:44
bionicpup64_1518have to pick safe video mode something like that04:45
bionicpup64_1518it loads installs04:45
tomreynokay, so i assume you're saying you get no graphical output when you boot normally04:45
bionicpup64_1518then when i have top reboot screen dont work at all have weird lines thru it04:45
bionicpup64_1518yes04:45
bionicpup64_1518or it get hung up on the purple screen sometimes04:45
tomreynso you did an installation in failsafe graphics mode, but you're saying the system won't boot afterwards? did the installation ducceed without errors, though?04:47
bionicpup64_1518no errors04:47
bionicpup64_1518nothing04:47
bionicpup64_1518thats why i am stumped04:47
tomreynduring installation or during boot?04:48
bionicpup64_1518durning boot04:48
bionicpup64_1518and install04:48
bionicpup64_1518nothing04:48
tomreyndoes grub menu show when you hit escape repeatedly during boot?04:48
bionicpup64_1518never tried that04:49
bionicpup64_1518still kinda new to geting linux on my pc and learning it04:49
tomreynit would give you access to the recovery menu, so you may want to try this now.04:50
bionicpup64_1518ok will try04:50
bionicpup64_1518ty04:50
tomreyn!recovery04:51
ubottuIf your system fails to boot normally, it may be useful to boot it into recovery mode. For instructions, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveryMode04:51
tomreynsee this link for more info04:51
tomreynoh and look for an ethernet wire already, you'll likely need it initially.04:53
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