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Posted: 54 Minutes ago by: Marco MoockAt least in kinetic the packages are available, so we can maybe switch back if something isn't working. https://packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=pulseaudio
Posted: 2 Hours 1 Minute ago by: YrrahX-posted: alt.os.linux.ubuntu,alt.os.linux.mint "Ubuntu 22.10 is making a big change to the future of the Ubuntu Linux distribution line, by switching the audio server setup from PulseAudio to PipeWire. The news was confirmed officially b
Posted: 2 Hours 6 Minutes ago by: YrrahX-posted: alt.os.linux.ubuntu,alt.os.linux.ubuntu "Ubuntu 22.10 is making a big change to the future of the Ubuntu Linux distribution line, by switching the audio server setup from PulseAudio to PipeWire. The news was confirmed officially
Posted: 2 Hours 42 Minutes ago by: Marco MoockInteresting. Which device is loop0 when running the OS? I/o error normally means faulty drives/cables.
Posted: 4 Hours 37 Minutes ago by: DexI get this trying to shutdown. https://paste.pictures/eSOHFnqzY.jpg
Posted: 5 Hours 26 Minutes ago by: Marco MoockPlease disable Plymouth in the boot options (disable quit and splash) and then look what the problem is.
Posted: 5 Hours 27 Minutes ago by: Marco MoockI forgot to mention that, sorry.
Posted: 5 Hours 50 Minutes ago by: DexI'll stick with Windows :)
Posted: 5 Hours 52 Minutes ago by: DexNo longer supported, download link heads straight to the Ubuntu desktop download page.
Posted: 5 Hours 55 Minutes ago by: DexNot a problem for me, or Win7 and Win10. Tried it after Marco's reply and searching for a newer version. Ubuntu wont shut down for some reason, have to hold power button down and do a hard reset. That formats the partition, which
Posted: 8 Hours 50 Minutes ago by: steporeWindows Subsystem for Linux (WSL): https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/wsl/install
Posted: 20 Hours 25 Minutes ago by: Mark Lloyd[snip] That is what I do for programs that require Windows. Xubuntu host. Disk speed matters, so I have both (host and virtual machines) on NVMe drives.
Posted: 21 Hours 9 Minutes ago by: Mike EasterThat's not exactly what Lick is doing. From Windows you run Lick and it installs Puppy to the hdd and it mod/s the boot so that you can boot Puppy from the hdd instead of Win. So, to me, the 'problem' is the boot mod. That method/str
Posted: 23 Hours 52 Minutes ago by: Bobbie SellersMicrosoft has invested in their own distribution of Linux which runs from Windows. Of course that is putting the cart (Window) before the horse (Linux) better to put Linux on the fixed drive and run Windows from a virtual machine(Th
Posted: 1 Day 5 Hours ago by: Marco MoockFor Ubuntu Wubi exist: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wubi
Posted: 1 Day 6 Hours ago by: PentThere is a program for installing Puppy Linux into a folder on a Hard dive, called LICK https://github.com/noryb009/lick/releases/tag/v1.3.4 Just boot Puppy from the folder instead of creating a bootable DVD or USB stick, but it only
Posted: 2 Days 13 Hours ago by: Mike EasterIn MX Linux, the usb-maker is named MX Live USB Maker and its v. is 22.1.01. My method: I booted a live mx linux 21.1 which I had copied to a ventoy multiboot usb. Since the LUM can't navigate to other drives/devices, I copied the/a mx
Posted: 2 Days 15 Hours ago by: Dr. Noah Bodienothing affects the context menu.
Posted: 2 Days 20 Hours ago by: Mike EasterHe wrote another article Apr 23 which has drawn 50 comments so far: https://news.itsfoss.com/manjaro-linux-experience/
Posted: 3 Days ago by: Andrei Z.Ubuntu vs Manjaro: Comparing the Different Linux Experiences — It’s FOSS https://itsfoss.com/ubuntu-vs-manjaro/
Posted: 3 Days 14 Hours ago by: Mike EasterThere are two things to do here; when you use the lum live usb maker, you must use the 'full-featured mode' to create space for the persistence AND when you boot the antix you must use its boot menu F5 function to bring out the persist
Posted: 3 Days 14 Hours ago by: Mike Eastermkusb can work w/ MX https://help.ubuntu.com/community/mkusb/gui#Linux_distros_where_mkusb_works That page is older; since then mkusb-plug has been integrated into the mkusb package. But, the proof is in the pudding; actually succes
Posted: 3 Days 16 Hours ago by: Mike EasterA weakness/ deficiency of the 'lum' as they like to call live-usb-maker is that its 'file finder' function does not provide a wide range (some file managers have an 'other' function) of navigation; you can only navigate to your own dev
Posted: 3 Days 18 Hours ago by: Mike EasterWhen you boot antiX, there is a boot option F5 which provides a complex persistence options lineup. <graphics & persistence info> https://antixlinux.com/the-most-extensive-live-usb-on-the-planet/ The Most Extensive Live-usb on the Pla
Posted: 3 Days 18 Hours ago by: PaulYou can save stuff. https://download.tuxfamily.org/antix/docs-antiX-19/FAQ/persistence.html Once you understand the mechanism, you may need to resize something... Paul
Posted: 3 Days 19 Hours ago by: pinneriteI have an Asus motherboard too but I couldn't find any reference to F8 in the manual. I tried it anyway and bingo! I have yet to test the Antix system for persistence. Can I just save stuff or do I have to mutter incantations first?
Posted: 3 Days 19 Hours ago by: Big AlI took a different route. I installed Linux Mint 20.3 right onto the thumb drive just like I would any other drive. So there is no limit to storage other than the size of the drive. Works like a charm. I put it on a 32G drive, one th
Posted: 3 Days 21 Hours ago by: PaulLooks like a hybrid. Should have worked. If you "dd" that, chances are it'll work to boot on USB. If you use some other tool for USB stick preparation, a tool with persistence, it might just copy the files and not the exact structure. I
Posted: 3 Days 21 Hours ago by: Mike EasterNow that I've watched the rest of the vid, I find that this full-featured mode is ONLY available if the .iso is antix/mx. Apparently it is the usb maker from 'inside' antix/mx. So; that provides me another similar way to make a persiste
Posted: 3 Days 22 Hours ago by: Mike EasterThat is a common problem/limitation. I'm a big fan of live USBs, also persistence, also multiboot live USBs. Presently I do persistence one way; multi- another. What I like about antix persistence is its power and flexibility; I'm no
Posted: 3 Days 22 Hours ago by: david cCheck if it's a bootable usb.
Posted: 3 Days 23 Hours ago by: Rene LamontagneI agree with Big Al, leave your bios settings as they were, and use the boot menu key to select the USB drive, on my Asus motherboards it's F8. I have good success with Rufus or BalenaEtcher for USB stick creators. If you want a nice e
Posted: 4 Days 3 Hours ago by: Big AlRather than rely on the boot order in the BIOS to pick the device, hit whatever key it is on you model of PC that brings up the boot device list. Not the BIOS editor, but the list of bootable devices. On my computer F2 gives me the BIOS
Posted: 4 Days 4 Hours ago by: Abandoned_Trolleyand thats how a tool is turned in to a job :-\
Posted: 4 Days 5 Hours ago by: pinneriteI always like to have a live CD or live USB drive handy for special situations. The ones that I have had so far have not supported persistence, the ability to retain configuration changes for example. On one of the newsgroups (I cannot rem
Posted: 4 Days 16 Hours ago by: PaulFind a sorting preference somewhere ? https://askubuntu.com/questions/1040499/kubuntu-18-04-how-does-dolphin-file-manager-sort-files-naturally That's the beauty of computers -- every day, a new puzzle. Paul
Posted: 4 Days 17 Hours ago by: Dr. Noah BodieWhen you click the "Filter By Type" button to show the folder contents the listings are never in alphabetical order. Is there any way to change this? For example, it will list the contents as: Gzip Archive (3) shell script (1) Zip arch
Posted: 5 Days 23 Hours ago by: Bobbie SellersBest indication that it is likely trolling is that the OP has not returned to the scene or commented on discussions. bliss - brought to you by the power and ease of PCLinuxOS, the Perfect Computer Linux Operating System. and
Posted: 6 Days 2 Hours ago by: Dan Purgert-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Sam Hill wrote: Good news is, I'm not subscribed to the Windows group :D . Though, I think I have seen responses to that nym every now and again... -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- iQIzB
Posted: 6 Days 4 Hours ago by: Sam Hill
Posted: 6 Days 5 Hours ago by: Dan Purgert-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Adrian Caspersz wrote: Yeah, but it's also far too short, and far to not-crossposted ... They're asking for a VPS (Virtual Private Server), not VPN ... -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE-----
Posted: 6 Days 8 Hours ago by: Adrian CasperszWhat does best mean? Targeted impersonal question normally asked by Arlen... FWIW, this goes somewhere but needs a VPN carrier as security without is bad... Apache Guacamole https://guacamole.apache.org/
Posted: 7 Days 5 Hours ago by: Dan Purgert-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Mrde wrote: Nothing, as VPS are all command-line. You SSH in. Now, if all you need is a website + email or something, you can get one of those webhost resellers who offer cpanel or simila
Posted: 7 Days 6 Hours ago by: Abandoned_TrolleyI am not sure that this is even related to the OP, but I would be interested to know if theres anybody out there who has managed to set up PHPVirtualBox with any degree of success.
Posted: 7 Days 19 Hours ago by: steporeGUI access to what exactly? Depends what you want. What you can afford. My own KVM setup.
Posted: 8 Days 7 Hours ago by: Marco MoockHow do you like to connect? What does your provider offer?
Posted: 8 Days 7 Hours ago by: James LastOn Sun, 15 May 2022 03:13:12 +0200, Mrde posted:- Tried Mulvad at all? Also has wireguard settings.
Posted: 8 Days 13 Hours ago by: MrdeWhat is best software to connect to VPS with GUI access? What is best VPS anyway? What do you use?
Posted: 8 Days 17 Hours ago by: Jesper KaasHi I am running a musicserver, Logitech Media Server (LMS), on a Raspberry Pi 3b+ with the program PiCorePlayer. PiCoreplayer comes as an image you can copy to a SD-card, and then run on a Pi. Picoreplayer runs as a program with GUID over
Posted: 9 Days 8 Hours ago by: steporethis should get you started: apt-cache show apache2 apt-cache show php7.4-common apt-cache show mysql-server apt-cache show phpmyadmin
Posted: 9 Days 17 Hours ago by: Albert ArkwrightDoes anybody know if there is a way to find out which version of: Apache, MySQL,PhP and PhPMyAdmin is bundled in TaskSel in Ubuntu 20.04.4 (fully updated). All the info I have seen is that it has PhP version 5.x.x and this is way out of
Posted: 12 Days 23 Hours ago by: GrailKing< snip> < snip> I got some reading to do LOL. Thanks.
Posted: 13 Days ago by: Andrei Z.Can't Run AppImage on Ubuntu 22.04? Here's How to Fix it - It's FOSS https://itsfoss.com/cant-run-appimage-ubuntu/ "The problem here is that Ubuntu 22.04 is missing the FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) library."
Posted: 13 Days 22 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaOk, thank you.
Posted: 14 Days 1 Hour ago by: PaulYour signs point to a lack of GPU acceleration. Find a tutorial about enabling it. This won't be exactly the right one for you, but at least you can see the flavor of what is being attempted. https://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/rpi4-ubu
Posted: 14 Days 7 Hours ago by: GrailKingMainly two actually, one having nothing to do with the Pi. Firstly after a little misstep ( little aggressive in the over clock dept )I have Ubuntu running fairly well, I still can't do Kodi on it with Ubuntu installed, not enough ram; r
Posted: 14 Days 11 Hours ago by: steporeDesktop environment doesn't matter. if you're using snapd then it'll still have its hooks into all those services. For instance. snapd.socket unit file contains: WantedBy=sockets.target And sockets.target has all these type of unit fil
Posted: 14 Days 21 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaYes, I use samba. Thanks.
Posted: 14 Days 21 Hours ago by: Paulo da Silvablender 3.1.2 2106 latest/stable blenderfoundation✓ classic core 16-2.54.4 12834 latest/stable canonical✓ core core18 20220309 2344 latest/stable canonical✓ bas
Posted: 14 Days 23 Hours ago by: Mike EasterI understand the concept. If I'm willing to trust various dev/s for .ppa/s, why shouldn't I trust MW for taking care of bidness.
Posted: 15 Days 6 Hours ago by: Andrei Z.MartinWimpress - Ubuntu Wiki https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MartinWimpress MATE Core Team https://mate-desktop.org/team/ Martin Wimpress Packaging for Ubuntu-MATE and Debian, GSoC mentor, community management, infrastructure.
Posted: 15 Days 8 Hours ago by: steporesnapd has it's hooks in all these system services because they effect the packages inside the snap 'containers'. On a side note, if you're not using some of these you should disable them. like smbd/nmbd (if you're not using windows files
Posted: 15 Days 8 Hours ago by: steporeThat doesn't sound right. You sure? If you're using snap you should have some default base core, gtk and gnome packages installed as snaps too. Unless you've deleted them. But that would probably break snapd. what does 'snap list' show
Posted: 15 Days 13 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaThank you for these suggestions. I didn't know them :-)
Posted: 15 Days 13 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaI have installed needrestart. It doesn't come with my distro (kubuntu). It also informs if a running package is using a lib newly updated (obsolete version). Às 20:00 de 06/05/22, Bit Twister escreveu:
Posted: 15 Days 13 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaThanks to all who responded. Still confused why so much services restarted. I only have blender, shotcut and pycharm-community as snap packages! Regards. Às 19:29 de 06/05/22, Paulo da Silva escreveu:
Posted: 16 Days 1 Hour ago by: Richard KettlewellThe core idea (taking friction out of installing third-party software) by creating a mapping from names to installation resources isn’t a terrible one. (That’s what an app store is...) But that mapping needs to be trustable and “a s
Posted: 16 Days 1 Hour ago by: Mike EasterThat seems like a 'good' (as in not-so-good) way to include 'unvetted' software. I think people should be (some form of) careful about where they get their ware.
Posted: 16 Days 1 Hour ago by: Bit TwisterI agree, that is all I have ever seen on my install. Sounds like the wraooer script has decided to always have user restart services to pick up any possible service app changes. Any time I want to run down systemdd problems like dependen
Posted: 16 Days 8 Hours ago by: steporeIf systemd detects an existing unit file change, or a new service unit file is created, it should only ever ask for a simple 'systemctl daemon-reload'.
Posted: 16 Days 8 Hours ago by: Andrei Z.deb-get https://github.com/wimpysworld/deb-get "apt-get functionality for .debs published in 3rd party repositories or via direct download. It works on Ubuntu and derivative distributions." "The software below can be installed, updated
Posted: 16 Days 17 Hours ago by: AragornSnaps run inside a chroot container, with some additional isolation in place as well — e.g. at the level of dbus, et al. Presumably the configuration data of certain daemons needs to be loaded into memory anew before the containers can
Posted: 16 Days 17 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaAnyway, why does a single package like snapd, which I could easily remove, trigger so much services seeming not related at all?
Posted: 16 Days 19 Hours ago by: Bit TwisterNote I run Mageia Linux and have no experience with "needrestart" I do know when sysetmd detects a new service file it ask for you to reload it or all services. Sounds like the message may have triggered "needrestart" to suggest you to d
Posted: 16 Days 20 Hours ago by: Paulo da SilvaHi! As a routine update, only one package was updated: snapd. Why "needrestart" told me to restart all these services?! systemctl restart colord.service NetworkManager.service nmbd.service smbd.service ssh.service systemd-journald.servi
Posted: 20 Days 6 Hours ago by: Janis PapanagnouAs I've shown in the second example (the one with 'cd /'), the same construct (with the same syntax) is working just fine. So, yes, it's not the syntax that is wrong, it's the semantical context. Anyway it was just a nitpick, likely not
Posted: 20 Days 9 Hours ago by: Marco MoockWrong. It calls bash and bash runs the script in the first argument. It will not "install" that script anywhere.
Posted: 20 Days 21 Hours ago by: Mike EasterSo you wouldn't call the 'missing' leading slash a syntax error, given the relative path? user:-$ Maybe I don't have the full or correct understanding of the term syntax in the context of the command line. I think of it as being the r
Posted: 20 Days 22 Hours ago by: Rob HOk thanks, yes I found that running the bash command installed the script. Also I found that by entering su, then my password, sudo works like it normally used to.
Posted: 20 Days 22 Hours ago by: Marco MoockYou problem isn't related to sudo here. If you run shell scripts, you have 2 options: You can either rund them directly, by ./script.sh, but here it is necessary that the executable bit for the user running is set (be ware of the context
Posted: 20 Days 22 Hours ago by: Janis PapanagnouSince sudo is installed you can use it with other commands as well. You are confusing that with file permissions that are a separate topic. If the file owner defines a file as non writable, then he cannot just overwrite it. The user defi
Posted: 20 Days 22 Hours ago by: Janis PapanagnouOctal representation of '...rwxrwxrwx' clearing the rightmost 'w' so that you get 'rwxrwxr-x' (others may not write the file). "umask sets the file creation mask of the current shell execution environment to the value specified by the
Posted: 20 Days 22 Hours ago by: Rob HOk , but what about when I have to use sudo for other commands , like sudo mkdir etc I am Administrator in users and groups with a password which works everytime. So if I am an administrator, why am I getting this error.
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: Rob HI installed the file with: rob@rob-Z97:~/Downloads/arduino-1.8.19$ sudo bash ./install.sh [sudo] password for rob: Adding desktop shortcut, menu item and file associations for Arduino IDE... done! Running umask gives: rob@rob-Z97:~$
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: Marco MoockThe problem is not about sudo being installed or not, it is about if a
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: Rob HIt is installed now: rob@rob-Z97:~/Downloads/arduino-1.8.19$ sudo bash ./install.sh [sudo] password for rob: Adding desktop shortcut, menu item and file associations for Arduino IDE... done!
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: Marco MoockOr you need to make your script executable by running chmod a+x file.sh.
Posted: 20 Days 23 Hours ago by: GrailKingI did read that, why I'm waiting on my other machines but this is the Pi; just for me trying new things and in all honesty these have either proven minor ( can't remove or software not installed ) or not affecting what I do use. For m
Posted: 21 Days ago by: Rob HThanks, sudo bash ./install.sh worked ok. Maybe now I am going to have to use sudo bash from now on.
Posted: 21 Days ago by: Marco MoockIs that script executable (x-Bit)? Check that with ls -la ./install.sh If not, use chmod to make it executable. You can also use sudo bash ./install.sh, here your script doesn't need the x bit.
Posted: 21 Days ago by: PaulYou can see the permissions, as packed inside the tar file, are 755 for install.sh . [Picture] https://i.postimg.cc/pX2bMVs1/permissions-arduino.gif Check your umask value, and see if it is interfering. Mine is 0022 (the lead z
Posted: 21 Days 2 Hours ago by: Janis PapanagnouEither you have to make that file executable chmod +x ./install.sh ./install.sh or you have to specify a shell interpreter, e.g. sh ./install.sh Janis
Posted: 21 Days 2 Hours ago by: Rob HWithout sudo: rob@rob-Z97:~/Downloads/arduino-1.8.19$ ./install.sh bash: ./install.sh: Permission denied
Posted: 21 Days 3 Hours ago by: Richard KettlewellIt’s not executable, so sudo won’t execute it. Did you try running it without sudo? http://docs.arduino.cc/software/ide-v1/tutorials/Linux doesn’t seem to think you need it.
Posted: 21 Days 3 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~/Downloads/arduino-1.8.19$ ls -l install.sh -rw-r--r-- 1 rob rob 11070 Dec 20 16:12 install.sh
Posted: 21 Days 3 Hours ago by: Rob HOk, I miss interpreted what you typed , Doh! Anyway, this should be right? rob@rob-Z97:~$ type -a sudo sudo is /usr/bin/sudo rob@rob-Z97:~$ /usr/bin/sudo usage: sudo -h | -K | -k | -V usage: sudo -v [-AknS] [-g group] [-h host] [-p prom
Posted: 21 Days 4 Hours ago by: Janis Papanagnounitpick: the syntax is correct, there's just no file with that relative path in the current working directory. Or a cd / before issuing that command with the given relative path. Janis
Posted: 21 Days 4 Hours ago by: Mike EasterYou aren't getting your commands or syntax right. The command is 'type -a sudo' (no quotes) not '-a sudo' You did it again for BT; not '-a sudo'; include 'type'; 'type -a sudo' to show the presence of sudo in the usual /usr/bin. <lat
Posted: 21 Days 5 Hours ago by: Richard KettlewellWhat does ls -l install.sh show? (sudo lies about errors, so now we have to find out what is really wrong with install.sh.)
Posted: 21 Days 5 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~$ /usr/bin/sudo usage: sudo -h | -K | -k | -V usage: sudo -v [-AknS] [-g group] [-h host] [-p prompt] [-u user] usage: sudo -l [-AknS] [-g group] [-h host] [-p prompt] [-U user] [-u user] [command] usage: sudo [-
Posted: 21 Days 5 Hours ago by: Richard KettlewellThat just tells you that there is no command called -a, which is not surprising. That just tells you that there is no command called -a or swqs, also not surprising. You were asked to type /usr/bin/sudo but you typed usr/bin/sudo.
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~$ usr/bin/sudo bash: usr/bin/sudo: No such file or directory
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~$ which sudo /usr/bin/sudo
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Rob HWhen I install ed the OS, I set my name and then the password, so I suppose I am logging in as rob I tried this without success: rob@rob-Z97:~$ su rob Password: rob@rob-Z97:~/Downloads/arduino-1.8.19$ sudo ./install.sh sudo: ./install.
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~$ echo $PATH /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/games:/usr/local/games:/snap/bin rob@rob-Z97:~$
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Rob Hrob@rob-Z97:~$ -a sudo bash: -a: command not found rob@rob-Z97:~$ swqs bash: swqs: command not found rob@rob-Z97:~$
Posted: 21 Days 6 Hours ago by: Andreas Quastseems, I was lucky, migrating my last xubuntu to manjaro-linux xfce. I like this rolling stuff. aq
Posted: 21 Days 7 Hours ago by: Anssi SaariMaybe try running /usr/bin/sudo directly in case the problem is with your path setting.
Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: PaulBut how or why would that happen ? This is likely a new install, where the /home was copied from elsewhere after the install finished. Step one: Install Ubuntu (on SSD) Step two: Copy old /home/robh (on RAID1 pair) to new /home/
Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: Marco MoockCan you log in as root? Then install sudo wit apt. Add your normal user to the sudo group.
Posted: 21 Days 8 Hours ago by: Bobbie SellersAvoid the intial release of Ubuntu LTS, wait until the first point release. Read the article at the following URL to find out why. <https://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue 220502#ubuntu> bliss using PCLOS - The Perfect Computer Linux
Posted: 21 Days 9 Hours ago by: GrailKingJust saw a video.... OverClock not supported at this time in 22.04 Pi. Don't know how accurate it is.
Posted: 21 Days 10 Hours ago by: Bobbie SellersThat was your mistake read the review on the Distrowatch weekly newsletter at the following URL <https://distrowatch.com/weekly.php?issue 220502#ubuntu> Phah! Nothing like this could ever happen in real life. bliss using PCLOS - The Per
Posted: 21 Days 12 Hours ago by: Jonathan N. LittleYou said "copied back my documents"... Okay post results of: echo $PATH Maybe when you copied your documents you disable your user default path for your account.
Posted: 21 Days 13 Hours ago by: Bit TwisterLooks ok to me. You on the other hand need to paste the next line in a termainal. type -a sudo swqs
Posted: 21 Days 15 Hours ago by: Albert ArkwrightDid you try passing some commands like: "sudo reboot" or "sudo shutdown -r now" Probably you need to apply some valid commands. A command such as "su sudo" is going to fail.
Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: Rob HThe iso file was the latest version
Posted: 21 Days 16 Hours ago by: Rob HI did reboot , and I googled the problem but nothing worked: I tried: su then when asked for password, su rob@rob-Z97:/$ su Password: su: Authentication failure Also: rob@rob-Z97:/$ -a sudo bash: -a: command not found
Posted: 21 Days 17 Hours ago by: Mike EasterMaybe you should reboot before researching and such as installing sudo. It is supposed to be there. In the meantime, see if it is there: type -a sudo
Posted: 21 Days 18 Hours ago by: Bobbie SellersWhat iso file did you install from?
Posted: 21 Days 18 Hours ago by: Rob HJust done a brand new install of ubuntu, and copied back my documents etc, but now sudo returns command not found! How come this has happened
Posted: 21 Days 21 Hours ago by: GrailKingYeah got to that file, but not sure if it's the "One"
Posted: 22 Days 9 Hours ago by: Paulhttps://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/overclock-any-raspberry-pi /boot/config.txt That's probably in Raspian. You would check and see if Ubuntu has done a similar thing. There could be other software, which needs to be installed to b
Posted: 22 Days 17 Hours ago by: GrailKingIt's in the subject line, using the Pi Os location isn't it. ( unless I typed it wrong )
Posted: 27 Days 17 Hours ago by: Mike EasterI put 5 22.04 'ub/s on a Ventoy; UbG, Kub, Lub, UbMate, & XUb; then did a quick survey of those desktops, for example comparing ram used live to the desktop. Some may be surprised to hear that Xub & Kub were the same (500meg), less tha
Posted: 27 Days 20 Hours ago by: red floydNordVPN support had a fix. Apparently, NordVPN is looking for "systemd-resolve" and Ubuntu 22.04 renamed it to "resolvectl". Issuing a symlink: sudo ln -s /usr/bin/resolvectl /usr/bin/systemd-resolve fixed the issue. They said it wil
Posted: 28 Days 2 Hours ago by: druckI found the older Pi's with 1GB which could really benefit from zram are too slow (including the 3B+) and the Pi 4B which is fast enough doesn't really need it if it has 4GB or more of memory, so that leaves the 2GB Pi 4B which has eno
Posted: 28 Days 10 Hours ago by: Marco MoockIs there any possibility to get additional information? Maybe another log file or a command line switch (check the manpage).
Posted: 28 Days 11 Hours ago by: red floyd"Whoops! Connection failed. Please try again."
Posted: 28 Days 20 Hours ago by: Marco MoockThis is one way to directly upgrade. Please make sure your 3rd party repositories also support jammy. Before upgrading I recommend checking which packages are locally installed (not available in any repository) and uninstall all you don'
Posted: 28 Days 21 Hours ago by: RS87Should I do something like this? $ grep -v "#" /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu focal main restricted deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu focal-updates main restricted deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu f
Posted: 28 Days 21 Hours ago by: Ahem A Rivet's ShotNothing much, unless you've already standardised on Ubuntu on other platforms.
Posted: 28 Days 22 Hours ago by: Jan PanteltjeNot sure it make much difference, my Oi4 4GB does not use any swap raspi95: /mnt/sda2/security/video # vmstat procs -----------memory---------- ---swap-- -----io---- -system-- ------cpu----- r b swpd free buf
Posted: 28 Days 22 Hours ago by: NewsKrawlerhttps://www.xda-developers.com/ubuntu-22-04-release/ Ubuntu Linux 22.04 arrives with new desktop features and full Raspberry Pi 4 support Ubuntu 22.04 is the first release that works on all Raspberry Pi 4 models when using the full deskt
Posted: 29 Days 3 Hours ago by: Henry CrunAfter upgrading to Ubuntu 20.04, (IIRC June 2022) I found snap files interfered with thw way I did backups, and decided to clear away the whole snap/snapd subsystem. I found usefule instructions on: https://cialu.net/how-to-disable-and-r
Posted: 29 Days 8 Hours ago by: steporeExisted long before Ubuntu. They call it Debian. People have been saying that for ever. First, the amazon store thing, then Unity, then the other thing, now snaps. Meh. remove them or use something else. Ubuntu will be around longer
Posted: 29 Days 9 Hours ago by: Marco MoockAre there any error messages when running in a terminal?
Posted: 29 Days 9 Hours ago by: Marco MoockFully agree. Snap as an additional feature would be good, but Canonical like to go to snap-only. Many people already complain about that.
Posted: 29 Days 10 Hours ago by: red floydNordVPN will not connect under 22.04 via "nordvpn connect". You have to use NetworkManager to connect as an OpenVPN client.
Posted: 29 Days 17 Hours ago by: RayLooking forward to nosnapbuntu when somebody forks Cancomical. Snaps will be the death of Ubuntu, it's done so well in the last few years. Now all wasted. These bloody snaps make me SNAP! RayH
Posted: 29 Days 20 Hours ago by: Marco MoockFF isn't included as a DEB package in Ubuntu's repository for 22.04 anymore. You need a 3rd party repository. There is one available: https://launchpad.net/~mozillateam/+archive/ubuntu/ppa There is also Ubuntuzilla: https://sourceforge.n
Posted: 29 Days 20 Hours ago by: Mike Easterhttps://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2022/04/install-firefox-deb-ubuntu-22-04/
Posted: 29 Days 20 Hours ago by: red floydAnother issue... the snap of firefox includes every f***ing language known to mankind, while I had only en-US in 20.04. Is there a way to go back to the deb version of FF?
Posted: 29 Days 22 Hours ago by: PierreHi Marco, Yes, indeed. There are absolutely ways to fixt it. It's only a computer. And with the right tools, it can do just about anything. The point I was attempting to express is that ealier releases basically just worked. The new Ku
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