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=== Unit193 changed the topic of #xubuntu to: Xubuntu support | Xubuntu 18.10 is out! https://xubuntu.org/news/xubuntu-18-10-released/ | Pastes to https://paste.ubuntu.com | No one around? See the complete support methods list at https://xubuntu.org/help | Offtopic: #xubuntu-offtopic
Babloyidoes anyone have suggestions for a program I can use to store my medical records on the computer? I'm not even sure what to search for...the stuff I'm getting is all doctor directed stuff involving multiple patients or diagnostics or billing and stuff06:11
IoloNo idea honestly, but it might help to know what format the records are in.06:12
Babloyihow would I find that out without downloading several of these programs and seeing if there's a standard? :D06:13
diogenes_Babloyi, libreoffice base06:13
diogenes_it's like ms office access06:14
Babloyi:D06:14
Babloyiyeah, I know it06:14
Babloyiit might even have a medical records template06:14
Babloyi...but again probably aimed at doctors06:14
Unit193I'd say take a look at the Debian Med team's packages, but it's a long list: https://qa.debian.org/developer.php?login=debian-med-packaging@lists.alioth.debian.org06:14
IoloBabloyi, I was referring more to what format your doctor is providing the records in, but it doesn't matter now that you an answer06:14
Babloyioh, I don't have a fixed doctor06:14
Babloyilots of travelling06:14
Babloyihence the need for this06:14
Babloyirather than lugging around loads of records06:15
BabloyiI have an appointment today, and had to get my records couriered :/06:15
Unit193I personally would recommend using some method to keep them private, but that's up to you.06:15
Babloyiyes, that was definitely a concern06:15
BabloyiI don't need this to be online or anything06:15
Babloyihuh06:16
BabloyiBase doesn't have templates?06:17
BabloyiI'm actually not even sure how a patient-directed medical records system would work...several different sorts of tests with different outputs, doctor visits with prescriptions and instructions...medicines I'm taking...06:18
* Babloyi goes through Unit193's list06:18
Unit193Babloyi: Not saying it's a good list, but `apt-cache search medical records` did bring up a couple of their packages.06:19
Babloyipity there are no descriptions06:19
_thelion_Hi, with the upgrade to xubuntu 18.10 there's no transparency in conky. Here is my conkyrc: https://pastebin.com/UgtGKQjJ08:05
bazhangsounds like your conky needs a twiddle or two08:07
bazhangthere's a great conky for beginners guide at ubuntuforums, they may address any changes08:07
Unit193own_window_argb_visual yes / own_window_argb_value 0  I have these, I remember a long time ago adding something to get transparency.  You'll also want to ensure that compositing is enabled.08:11
_thelion_Unit193: Hm, I've enabled compositing and added your lines to my conkyrc --> but there's no transparency.08:20
Unit193_thelion_: There's a bunch of junk in mine, it's pretty old, but http://paste.openstack.org/show/8GXHPHE6azBtOZigkqjm08:21
Unit193(All mine does is put Google's calendar on the desktop.)08:21
_thelion_Yes, now conky is transparent, but in a "normal" window, with buttons. How can get rid of this?08:36
Unit193I have no such buttons. 0_o08:37
fmeetzeIs a Snappy discussion off topic?16:35
fmeetzeI realize Snappy is a Cannonical thing, but considering Xubuntu is about conserving processing power for speed, I'm surpised it's a default here.16:39
brainwashfmeetze: where did you read that?16:42
brainwashand what do you mean it's the default?16:43
fmeetzeSnappy apps appear in the software store by default.16:43
fmeetzeAlthough Snappy isn't installed by default.16:44
brainwashif snap apps are available, they will be displayed16:44
brainwashno?16:44
fmeetzeIt appears that the snap apps update each time the program loads, correct?16:45
brainwashI doubt that16:46
fmeetzeJust trying to understand why it takes much longer to load a snappy app, than flatpak or even an AppImage.16:46
brainwashmuch? do you have numbers?16:47
brainwashwell, at this point it would be best to ask in snap channel16:47
fmeetzeit adds 2 to 4 seconds to each loadtime if I'm connected to an Internet connection.16:49
fmeetzedoes the ubuntu-core-launcher contain other functionality besides adding Snappy to the store?16:50
brainwash!info ubuntu-core-launcher16:50
ubottuubuntu-core-launcher (source: snapd): Transitional package for snapd. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.34.2+18.04 (bionic), package size 1 kB, installed size 84 kB16:50
fmeetzemy point exactly16:51
brainwashright16:51
brainwashnot needed anymore16:51
brainwash>Transitional package16:51
fmeetzeI'm just suggesting that ubuntu-core-launcher doesn't need to be installed on Xubuntu by default.16:52
fmeetzeor squashfs-tools for that matter.16:52
brainwashubuntu-core-launcher is not present on the 18.04.1 iso16:54
brainwash!info squashfs-tools16:54
ubottusquashfs-tools (source: squashfs-tools): Tool to create and append to squashfs filesystems. In component main, is optional. Version 1:4.3-6ubuntu0.18.04.1 (bionic), package size 119 kB, installed size 339 kB (Only available for linux-any; kfreebsd-any)16:54
fmeetze!xubuntu-restricted-extras16:55
fmeetze!info xubuntu-restricted-extras16:55
ubottuxubuntu-restricted-extras (source: ubuntu-restricted-extras): Commonly used media codecs and fonts for Ubuntu (transitional). In component multiverse, is optional. Version 66 (bionic), package size 1 kB, installed size 14 kB16:55
fmeetzeThanks brainwash, that clears things up -- it must have been pulled in from one of the other xubuntu addon packages.16:57
brainwashok16:57
brainwashwhy does squashfs-tools bother you?16:57
fmeetzeI haven't tested to see if it was that or the Snappy update prior to program load that was slowing down launching of applications.  I dumped them both - not even worried about it now.16:58
brainwashpersonally, I don't use or test snap apps, but I'd think that it is expected that those apps need few seconds to start up17:00
brainwashespecially applications like firefox or libreoffice17:00
brainwashor things based on a huge web framework17:01
fmeetzeGimp is a good example.  They encourage Flatpak.  The loadtime between a Flatpak install of Gimp and Snappy is pretty telling.17:01
brainwashI can only suggest that you open a bug report against snapd, so that the snap devs can look into this17:03
fmeetzetrue17:03
ghummanwhile upgrading receive this "Upgrades from 18.04 on the i386 architecture are not supported at this time" any solution ?17:47
mknepperhi everyone18:07
mknepperdoes mousepad not accept custom menu accelerators anymore? I can't get it to work, even when I edit ~/.config/Mousepad/accels.scm18:08

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