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00:14<ryouma>anybody recommend a debian gui torrent app? i have tried deluge (ok but regressed on a feature), transmission (did not like as much as deluge at least on wheezy; dunno if it has improved in jessie), and azureus (huge) / vuze (foreign).
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00:29<Gerowen>ryouma: I like Transmisson.
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00:30<Gerowen>ryouma: It's free/open source and is available in synaptic. I'm not sure which exact repository, but they've got a website too so you can go check it out.
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00:38<twb>Gerowen: apt-cache policy will tell you
00:38<twb>rmadison tells me that it's in debian's main repo; no need for third-party repos
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01:40<Lim>What am I supposed to do after I install Cisco VPN from the Terminal?
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01:51<twb>Lim: is it the cisco ipsec or a cisco udp vpn stack?
01:52<twb>Lim: cisco has *at least* two completely different kinds of VPN
01:52<twb>The UDP-based one has an open source client that Just Works
01:52<Lim>twb: Really? I didn't know about that. haha How can I check?
01:53<twb>The IPSec-based one I think you have to jump through hoops
01:53<twb>Lim: not sure
01:53<Lim>twb: But what is the difference in practice?
01:53<twb>See openconnect and vpnc packages
01:54<twb>Lim: it's like the difference between a fridge/freeer with the freezer on the top, or on the bottom
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01:54<twb>Lim: it doesn't really matter as long as you know which it is
01:55<Lim>twb: I see
01:55<Lim>twb: I checked openconnect and it asked me to install a program.
01:57<twb>Lim: do you see an "AnyConnect" keyword anywhere?
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01:59<twb>leohaxor: we can hear you; do you have a problem?
01:59<Lim>twb: Checked. Didn't find it.
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02:00<twb>Lim: OK, I can't help you with the proprietary thing you installed already. If you can work out whether we're talking about Cisco's EasyVPN, AnyConnect, or the IPSec-based thing, we can look at installing a Free alternative client.
02:01<Lim>twb: Perhaps I can install something you recommend instead.
02:01<twb>I've only used vpnc myself and not for a while
02:01<twb>But if you are trying to talk to a different kind of Cisco VPN, you'll get nowhere
02:02<Lim>twb: What do you mean talk to a different kind?
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02:03<twb>vpnc expects (say) a cisco easyvpn server. So if you have a cisco anyconnect server, it will not work at all
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02:18<Lim>twb: Sorry didn't see your message before.
02:18<Lim>twb: I see.
02:19<Lim>twb: I wonder if this is really necessary to get into the deep web?
02:19<Lim>twb: Some people say Tor and proxy aren't enough.
02:20<twb>uh... what is your end goal?
02:21<twb>I assumed it was something like "my university won't let me use the internet on campus unless I authenticate to this VPN"
02:21<twb>or "I'm trying to remote control this windows server and the customer only provides remote access via this stupid VPN"
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02:27<Lim>twb: I'm just curious and want to check out somethings. There's no specific goal.
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02:27<twb>I don't think "deep web" has anything to do with cisco
02:27<Lim>twb: Watched a video on YouTube and got curious about some pages
02:28<Lim>twb: Well people said we're supposed to use Cisco to establish a secure connection over the non-secure Internet. :P
02:29<Lim>twb: I guess not then, perhaps Tor is enough?
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02:30<twb>I trust OpenVPN or Open/StrongSwan a whooooole lot more than I trust Cisco
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02:31<twb>You can set up an OpenVPN peer-to-peer encrypted connection in ten minutes.
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02:32<Lim>twb: Will do then. :)
02:36<Lim>twb: Actually I was interested to check those pages which have some kind of hidden messages in them you see.
02:36<twb>I don't know what that means.
02:36<Lim>twb: In the deep web I mean.
02:37<Lim>twb: I've read some articles about it.
02:37<Lim>twb: I'm sure you've heard of Cicada 3301?
02:38<twb>No. It appears to be a game.
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02:39<Lim>twb: Kinda, yes. There's this group putting messages around the web and people trying to figure it out. In the end it seems the last clue leads to their location.
02:40<Lim>twb: First message was posted on 4chan.
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02:41<nardev>guys, did anyone have issues with jessie, stable, and nvidia
02:41<nardev>which ever divers i try
02:41<twb>nardev: I don't run nvidia; do you have a specific problem?
02:42<nardev>i tried ann possible version
02:42<nardev>of nvidia drivers
02:42<nardev>from non-free
02:42<nardev>but it just doesn't run
02:42<nardev>i don't really know what log files to look in
02:43<twb>Hrmph, stupid bot
02:44<twb>nardev: Xorg.0.log would be an obvious starting point
02:44<nardev>i was on unstable for a year or two, recently i did upgrade and everything was working ok, few days ago i tried same thing and everything failed.. i couldn't fix it so i switched back to stable but it doesn't work
02:44<nardev>nothing cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | grep nvidia
02:46<nardev>i don't want to swtch to ubuntuuuuuu :(
02:47<nardev>fckng nvidia, always makes headache
02:47<twb>i915-compatible GPUs FTW
02:48<jm_>follow instructions on
02:48<nardev>jm_, i did
02:48<nardev>just fails
02:48<nardev>i get some stupid gnome screen saying "woops someting broke down"
02:49<nardev>or something like that
02:49<jm_>then you can tell us at which step it fails
02:49<nardev>so i switch back, remove it ..
02:49<nardev>i install it properly, when i reset the machine it fails, i checked that Xorg.0.log
02:49<nardev>but nothing appropriate
02:50<nardev>i even tried to install latest 352.41
02:50<nardev>from nvidia
02:50<nardev>but same story
02:50<nardev>it blocks
02:50<jm_>we don't support installing it non-debian way
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02:50<jm_>stop using the damn enter key so much
02:50<nardev>jm_, i'm so sorry, i forgot
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02:51<jm_>verify if nvidia kernel module is loaded
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02:51<nardev>jm_, it was loaded but than gnome won't start
02:52<nardev>btw, this is my card,
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02:52<jm_>nardev: well I can't help you if you refuse to provide information
02:53<nardev>jm_, this is only pc i have, i really checked and nvidia module was loaded an nouveau was disabled
02:53<nardev>but x was crashing :( so i had to remove it in order to get browser and xchat so that i can find some solution :(
02:54<jm_>in that case get familiar with some tty IRC client first
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02:56<nardev>jm_, :D great solution
02:56<nardev>omg :D
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02:58<shtrb>anyone around connected to freetelecom ?
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02:59<shtrb>*via freetelecom , question about d-i
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03:02<jm_>why would d-i have anything to do with freetelecom?
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03:03<shtrb>freetelecom device has a network device that they provide which allegdly make d-i crazy during install
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03:03<shtrb>make crazy - demand to install on iscsi
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03:04<jm_>have you checked the info that d-i provides on tty3 and tty4 or tried to use shell on tty2 to inspect things?
03:04<shtrb>just asked on debian-fr people didn't get this issue (maybe something else then the freebox)
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03:05<shtrb>good idea (will ask him)
03:05<shtrb>I'm over the phone with him :)
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03:08<der>hi there.I'm struggling with the bluetooth on devian.Can't make it start.It seems that lsurl and lspci doesn't seem to recognise it
03:08<shtrb>the crazy thing it asks for iscsi and I have no idea why
03:09<jm_>as in to install on an iscsi device or what?
03:10<shtrb>instead of going to the disk
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03:11<shtrb>eurika , got I/O error and I think it just falls back to iscsi (which is not something you would expect your isp to provide)
03:11<jm_>I would expect it to offer a choice if several devies are detected
03:12<shtrb>on tty 4 it sent a message about IO , perhaps it just drop in such a case to the next working option (which is iscsi in his case)
03:13<twb>der: if lspci/lsusb can't see the bt device, it's probably not supported at all
03:13<der>the specs of the laptop seems to have bluetooth
03:14<der>is an hp pavilion 6500
03:14<der>in systemctl the bluetooth is running properly
03:14<jm_>tell them to switch to tty2 and check what kernel says about disks: cat /proc/partitions ; ls /sys/block ; dmesg
03:14<twb>der: systemd *always* has a bluetooth target, it means nothing
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03:15<twb>der: journalctl -b | grep -i blue | pastebinit
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03:15<der>the only reason I want to enable bluetooth is to share internet with android cellphone
03:17<shtrb>der , some laptops need an extra call if you used the hardware button . so either rfkill and click on the button
03:17<shtrb>drop the either
03:17<twb>Good thinking.
03:17<der>rkill doesn't refer to any bluetooth devices...
03:18<der>speaking with another user of this channel told me than wifi adapter might include the bluetooth adapter
03:19<shtrb>if you don't see under rfkill list try changing the state of the hardware button
03:19<shtrb>even if it is on on , do off and then on back
03:20<der>how I can do that?There is not any hotkey or something.
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03:31<shtrb>on the side around 2 cm you have a switch
03:31<shtrb>sorry on the front
03:31<shtrb>2 cm from the left corner
03:32<shtrb>just before the wifi led
03:32<shtrb>if I understand correctly the image
03:32<der>this is the wifi button
03:32<der>and it is on
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03:33<der>i switched
03:33<der>nothing seems to work
03:33<shtrb>so I suggest to you to do off and back to on , then in dmesg you might get the message about new device
03:33<shtrb>then try doing rfkill list
03:33<shtrb>to see if you see it or not
03:34<der>again nothing appears
03:34<shtrb>in dmesg ?
03:35<der>i found some errors
03:36<der>not sending command - rf kill
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03:36<der>again only wlan0
03:36<der>and iwl3945
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03:37<shtrb>just a crazy idea is bluetooth , btbcm and rfcomm loaded ?
03:38<shtrb>(kernel modules)
03:38<der>how to enable them?
03:38<der>sorry,I',m a little bit noobie
03:38<shtrb>modprobe bluetooth
03:38<shtrb>modprobe rfcomm
03:38<der>no messages
03:39<shtrb>this is ok
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03:39<shtrb>do lsmod |grep bluetooth
03:39<shtrb>*to see if it was loaded
03:40<der>bluetooth 374429 8 bnep,rfcomm
03:40<der>6lowpan_iphc 16588 1 bluetooth
03:40<der>rfkill 18867 6 cfg80211,toshiba_acpi,hp_wmi,bluetooth
03:40<der>crc16 12343 2 ext4,bluetooth
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03:40<jm_>use a pastebin (/msg dpkg paste)
03:41<der>ok,sorry jm
03:41<jm_>no worries, it's OK - just telling you if you have more data to paste
03:42<der>no that were all
03:42<der>dv pavilion 6500 has this adapter: Wireless: Intel PRO/Wireless 4965 802.11 a/g/n + Bluetooth
03:43<der>I assume that there are not any drivers in debian for this
03:43<der>installed in my computer
03:43<shtrb>the only other thing I can think is hardware disabled , maybe bccmd psget will give you some info
03:44<shtrb>*psget will get results
03:44<twb>der: you might need a non-free driver
03:44<shtrb>if it doesn't see anything I'm out iof ideas
03:44<twb>ISTR the broadcom drivers aren't free
03:44<twb>But even without a driver it should still appear in lspci
03:45<twb>Ah, you said intel -- I think that is iwlwifi driver which needs non-free firmware or something
03:45<twb>dpkg tell der about iwlwifi
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03:46<twb>...assuming they have bt and wifi on the same chip
03:47<der>this is the output of lspci
03:48<shtrb>der what did bccmd ptget gave you ?
03:48<der>Can't open device hci0: No such device (19)
03:49<twb>hci0 is the raw device that you get when there's a driver
03:49<shtrb>this mean no driver or hardware disable
03:49<twb>der: OK so it's probably 02:00.0
03:49<twb>der: please lspci -nn and get the [xxxx:yyyy] make/model codes for that device
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03:51<der>[Golan] Network Connection [8086:4222]
03:51<der>please consider that the wifi is working properly
03:52<twb>yeah I can't explain that
03:53<shtrb>maybe just maybe it might get enabled via iwlwifi and installing firmware-iwlwifi, this is not nice and not good but might work
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03:53<twb>I suggest you try doing the iwlwifi setup stuff, if you haven't already, just in case
03:53<jm_>wifi would not work if firmware was not there
03:55<twb>So WTF can be the problem?
03:56<der>I downloaded
03:56<der>but I can't install it
03:56<der>double click on it getting package error
03:56<jm_>downloaded what?
03:56<shtrb>der , apt-get install ...
03:56<der>Software index is broken
03:57<der>i download the debian firmware
03:57<shtrb>der apt-get update && apt-get install iwlwifi-firmware
03:57<jm_>why are you downloading it by hand?
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03:57<der>i just browsing about the issue and it came up :)
03:58<shtrb>der , you only install from the repositories
03:58<der>it can't find and iwlwifi-firmware
03:58<shtrb>der , if it's not via up you are doing something wrong
03:58<der>apt search
03:58<shtrb>do you have contrib and non free ?
03:58<jm_>if wifi is really working then I doubt that's your issue
03:59<shtrb>sorry firmware-iwlwifi
03:59<der>hmm i think i have some issues with apt-get
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03:59<der>what is the dpkg command?
03:59<der>or yum
03:59<shtrb>also if you recently changed linux kernel you might need to reinstall firmware-*
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04:00<dpkg>In order to troubleshoot your problem with apt-get, apt, aptitude or dselect we need the following information: 1. the complete output of your apt-get/apt/aptitude/dselect run (including the command used) 2. output from "apt-cache policy PKG1 PKG2..." for the relevant packages and 3. "apt-cache policy". Use to provide us with this information. Also ask me about <localized errors>.
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04:00<shtrb>der , in /etc/apt/sources.list verify your mirorr have non-free and contrib
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04:01<shtrb>something like deb http://blabla/debian main contrib non-free
04:01<der>main contrib and main contrib non free
04:01<der>yes,i can confirm that
04:01<shtrb>what does apt-get say to you ?
04:01<shtrb>apt-get update say to you
04:02<shtrb>(any errors ? )
04:02<der>everything is fine in the update command
04:02<der>but apt-get install has some unmet dependencies
04:03<der>i used apt-get install -f with no luck
04:04<shtrb>no update not upgrade
04:04<jm_>put your sources.list on pastebin
04:04<der>update is fine
04:05<shtrb>jm_, also you might need to trigger firmware reinstall (newer version needs external packages so one thing can work but other not)
04:06<der>i can't install or purge any packages due to this error
04:06<jm_>uhh that's a mess
04:06<shtrb>sid and jessy togther ?!
04:07<shtrb>der, stick to one (or use prefernces)
04:07<der>so I'm deleting sid main?
04:07<shtrb>just comment it for now (if you like to be on jessy)
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04:08<der>ok i comment it
04:08<shtrb>or drop jessy and add contrib and non-free on it
04:08<jm_>you already have some poackages from sid installed ...
04:08<der>i didn;t understand that
04:08<shtrb>now , I don't know hat you did I hope you didn't install stuff from sid
04:08<shtrb>you will need to downgrade
04:08<der>oh man...
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04:09<shtrb>der , on sid you will need to add contrib and non-free (they had been missing foryou)
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04:09<der>I think that I added this line yesterday while looking for bluetooth solutions
04:09<shtrb>did you install anything today ?
04:10<der>I upgrade
04:10<der>many packages...
04:10<der>shit... :/
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04:10<der>apt is a mess
04:10<shtrb>then you can be on the bleeding edge (and probably can get some cuts from it)
04:10<shtrb>do you have backups for all what you need ?
04:11<shtrb>do it, then we can assit you either upgrading or downgrading
04:11<EmleyMoor>I'm trying to reshape my RAID6 array with 4 extra drives, but there has been no useful progress yet - size of the bitmap is fluctuating, and the finish time estimated is over 26000 years at present. Anything I can do to make the process go better or do I just have to wait? When should I expect to see progress? (Linux software RAID)
04:11<der>I don't need any backups from this laptop.It is just testing a laptop.
04:11<der>testing laptop
04:12<shtrb>if you don't do backup and verify the backup actually works a bug will eat your cat and steal your cookies
04:12<der>I don't undestand that
04:12<shtrb>it's a joke always do backups and verify them
04:13<shtrb>there are always bugs , and when they come they bring havok
04:13<der>I install linux in this laptop in order to get use to it.
04:13<EmleyMoor>Never switch to relying on a new method of backup without testing that it actually works.
04:13<der>and I'm struggling from the very first day because I initially installed gnome and then I switced to xfce4
04:13<shtrb>EmleyMoor , that is why I said verify the backup actually worked (i.e unpack and check integrity)
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04:15<shtrb>der , let's do some bad stuff comment all what is not sid, add contrib and non-free , after that do apt-get update and maybe apt-get -d dist-upgrade this will do download all what you need
04:15<shtrb>add contrib and non-free on the sid
04:15<shtrb>also uncomment the line with sid
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04:18<der>same error on apt-get upgrade
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04:19<der>and while i run this command
04:19<der>i'm getting this
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04:21<der>and a lot of dpkg warnings (missing assuming package has no files currently installed)
04:22<shtrb>why didn't you use the -d option ?
04:23<der>i used it
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04:23<der>apt-get -d dist-upgrade
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04:25<shtrb>and what did it told you ?
04:25<der>the error above
04:25<der>i meant,errors
04:27<der>it always suggests me to run install -f but it doesn't help
04:27<der>oooh,my computer is a mess :/
04:28<EmleyMoor>What's the command to fix missing dependencies of a manually installed package?
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04:36<jm_>EmleyMoor: see if apt-get install -f does that for you
04:37<EmleyMoor>jm_: Indeed, I just did - it worked.
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04:38<shtrb>der , I'm sorry I will have to run away (need to go to work)
04:38<der>no worries shtrb
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04:39*EmleyMoor is considering assembling as much of his new mail server as he can while he waits for RAID reshaping on this box
04:39<jm_>der: if it's not too much of a problem reinstall and stick to stable for now
04:40<der>reinstall debian?
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04:43<der>if i use this jm_
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04:44<jm_>der: I meant reinstall using debian installer, formatting (mkfs) your hard drive during that process
04:44<der>I see
04:44<der>just hopping if could do it without format
04:46<jm_>you can but it's not going to be easy and it seems you'll have to find someone who will explain the process to you
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04:47<PdeClown>Hello people. I have just installed debian on my brand new HP Pavilion f251nu. Works fine, except that the wlan card isn't working. I tried to find the answer via Google, but it' s a bit confusing and I don' t know what I should do to get it working
04:47<jm_>in general dist upgrading to testing is probably the easiest, but you will obviously need to address the dpkg errors first
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04:47<jm_>PdeClown: which wifi card does it have?
04:49<PdeClown>Network controller [0280]: Broadcom Corporation BCM43142 802.11b/g/n [14e4:4365] (rev 01)
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04:50<dpkg>The Broadcom BCM43142 is a hybrid 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0 device. Its wireless LAN component (PCI ID 14e4:4365, incorrectly identified as BCM4365 by Broadcom's proprietary driver) is currently only supported by Broadcom's proprietary driver since version (packaged for Debian 8 "Jessie" as broadcom-sta-dkms).
04:50<el_es>hi everyone. the story of fuse vs Libre Office continues. Not sure where can I ask more or what can I do to help or indeed if anyone else has this same problem....
04:51<el_es>i have Gnome Classic session, which inadvertantly uses (or used to use) FUSE to mount samba share
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04:52<el_es>if I tried to open an Open Document file with Libre Office as in wheezy-bpo, or wheezy with no bpo, it always asked to recover the file, even if I just did and then saved in the same place
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04:53<el_es>the workaround happens to be, BOTH : my username has to be in fuse group AND X-GIO-NoFuse=true has to be commented out of the libreoffice's .desktop files
04:53<el_es>apparently there is a commit that states the latter is intentional
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04:55<el_es>question is: how did I end up with my username NOT being in fuse group ? Or: would that mean that 'specialized handlers' for opening files in LO, don't do as they are asked ?
04:56<jm_>it is normal you are not in fuse group by default
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04:56<el_es>jm_: hi :) sorry it's me again :)
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04:57<el_es>jm_: could this be something I missed during any of dist-upgrade and/or adding packages from bpo config ?
04:58<jm_>el_es: no, it's just a default, no-one is in that group by default
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04:59<el_es>jm_: so how is this 'chain' of usage supposed to work without this default ?
04:59<el_es>jm_: if LO are insisting this is intentional on their side to NOT use fuse
04:59<jm_>el_es: I really have no clue, I don't use DE-s, perhaps check how LO is started in both cases (arguments)
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05:00<el_es>jm_: mind you, i don't mind mounting samba shares / adding them to fstab etc. then do just system vfs mount way...
05:01<el_es>because that works without any workarounds
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05:01<el_es>jm_: do you think debian fuse maintainer(s) might be of help ?
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05:02<jm_>el_es: I don't see how they would help
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05:03<el_es>jm_: in that case, what should I do then? Generally ask this question on some debian m-l ?
05:04<el_es>jm_: or open a bug report ?
05:04<jm_>el_es: like I said, I would first verify how LO is started using both ways
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05:06<platypus>Hello! I need help setting up two NICs in debian 8.
05:07<el_es>jm_: ok so in case of it working (fuse allowed) i have soffice.bin --writer /home/lukasz/.gvfs/share-name/file-name.odt
05:08<jm_>el_es: I'll be back in about 35-40 minutes
05:08<jm_>ahh so there are more than two combinations then, if we also consider the X-GIO-NoFuse values
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05:09<el_es>jm_: ok take your time
05:11<el_es>when I do with X-GIO-NoFuse uncommented, it is called with soffice.bin --writer smb://server-name/share/directory/filename.odt
05:11<el_es>and it fails to do it properly
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05:21<el_es>jm_: just leaving a msg for later when you're back - if being in fuse group controls whether fuse mount is successful, then in case of NOT being in the fuse group, NEITHER of the cases above will be successful...
05:23<EmleyMoor>Damn - the case for my mail server cannot accommodate the motherboard with the drive caddy installed.
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05:26<el_es>jm_: there is one more difference: in case of handling through fuse/vfs, the path is NOT URLencoded - in case of handling via smb://, the spaces are encoded into %20's...
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05:28<el_es>jm_: it is like /home/user/.gvfs/path with spaces/file name with spaces.odt vs smb://server/share/path%20with%20spaces/filename%20with%20spaces.odt
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05:32<el_es>jm_: but if I open one without spaces in the path or filename, the behavior is the same (asks to recover file when over smb:// url)
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05:55<el_es>jm_: hope you're OK ?
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06:01<jm_>el_es: so you are saying it doesn't work if LO gets smb:// ?
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06:01<jm_>even if you are in group fuse?
06:01<el_es>jm_: correct, whether with fuse group or not
06:01<jm_>el_es: then maybe discuss this with LO maintainers
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06:02<el_es>jm_: any place I should maybe check some samba client settings/permissions?
06:03<jm_>el_es: do you have fusesmb package installed?
06:03<el_es>jm_: cause I also noticed since some time, i can't browse my windows shares (well they are on an old samba server on linux actually)
06:03<el_es>jm_: it refuses to browse as guest no password...
06:04<el_es>but then, IF i tell LO to repair the file, it somehow gets it
06:05<el_es>that's what I don't understand... is LO trying to write the access time maybe, to see if it's writable ?
06:05<jm_>that's why I asked what triggers its recovery mode
06:06<el_es>but then with fuse underneath, it's somehow handled
06:06<el_es>and why only .odX files
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06:07<el_es>my old XP machines and newer win7+ are connecting to the share just fine, reading&writing
06:07<el_es>LO also works on them
06:08<asko>can anyone help me install vlc on my parrot os
06:08<el_es>works meaning doesn't trigger recovery
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06:09<el_es>jm_: hmmm so seems I DID NOT have fusesmb... yet
06:09<el_es>jm_: now I have
06:09<asko>el_es can you help me pls
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06:11<el_es>asko: i'm sorry I don't know parrot os...
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06:11<asko>el_es: Okay...
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06:13<el_es>jm_: with smbfuse ... do I need to log out and in again ? just unmounting and re-mounting (through caja gui) the share still does not fix this
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06:16<jm_>el_es: I suspect not
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06:18<el_es>jm_: i don't really really mind going through places/connect to server/windows share... and/or having the fuse group and the Libre set to use fuse intentionally...
06:18<el_es>jm_: only that when Libre is updated this .desktop file(s) will change and I will have to do it /again/
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06:19<el_es>jm_: if someone would be in the know as to how is this supposed to work by default, where might they be ? :)
06:21<el_es>jm_: unfortunately I have no jessie machine here to check how it is handled there
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06:21<jm_>el_es: why don't you contact the maintainers? I mentioned this 3 times by now
06:22<el_es>jm_: LO maintainers think it's not their problem... if I read their email right
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06:22<el_es>jm_: they say, the NoUseFuse commit was intentional
06:22<jm_>el_es: it's the same in jessie -- X-GIO-NoFuse=true, but I have no gnome to test it with
06:23<jm_>el_es: I meant debian maintainers
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06:23<el_es>jm_: I emailed rene and chris yesterday, rene replied...
06:23<el_es>"Well, the first one is a intentional change and the second one out of
06:24<el_es>applications' control, so..." ---
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06:24<el_es>the first being the X-GIO-NoFuse, the second being in the fuse group
06:25<jm_>el_es: not much to do then I guess, but maybe disucssing it with upstream you can get them to investigate why it doesn't work as it should
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06:26<el_es>jm_: i only wanted to sort-of avoid a 'facepalm' moment if it happens to be something related to only my system... i've too many facepalms like that
06:26<el_es>jm_: just don't know where to look elsewhere...
06:27<el_es>jm_: and waste their time if it's something on my front...
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06:29<el_es>jm_: but I can maybe email rene again with the smb vs fuse/gvfs path handling...
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06:29<el_es>jm_: see what he says
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06:40<el_es>jm_: thanks a lot anyway :)
06:40<el_es>jm_: thanks a lot anyway :)
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06:43<jm_>no problem
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06:46<el_es>another 'weird and wonderful' 'problem' I encountered on Wheezy... is that until some bpo kernel update i could hibernate just fine... unfortunately can't pinpoint to which version and when it happened... but then it just started refusing to hibernate and now i have to 'shut down' and remember my session running programs - which works well-ish but is annoying ;)
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06:47<jm_>what does kernel say if you try to hibernate?
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06:48<el_es>i also am running zram :( but it did work with zram before /some/ update
06:48<el_es>let me dig the logs...
06:49<jm_>might be worth testing without zram too
06:49<el_es>i believe i tried without zram too ... same behavior...
06:49<el_es>and no specifics ;J
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06:52<el_es>jm_: I last tried more than 4 days ago it's been rotated out of the logs :(
06:52<el_es>jm_: i can try this evening (this is my work machine)
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06:53<el_es>jm_: will try and come back tomorrow :)
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06:54<el_es>oooh but...
06:54<el_es>I found /var/log/pm-suspend.log
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06:56<el_es>(facepalm) it's my zram script :(
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06:57<el_es>when /etc/pm/sleep.d/20_zram hibernate is ran, it returns error / module not currently loaded...
06:57<el_es>i think I should fix this (this was my addition by hand...)
06:58<el_es>:) thanks for pointing :)
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07:09<jm_>sometimes things really are as simple as me just mentioning something loosely related ;)
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08:30<user01>ive got a bit of an annoying video problem with my laptop . . . when i plugin my minidisplay port at work my external monitor works on the login screen . . . then when i login to xfce as a user it does not work and cannot be activated on in arandr . . . if i login as root i can activate the monitor . . . when i go home and plugin the port as a user it detects and works . . . any thoughts what could be the cause?
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09:28<KK>hi everybody
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09:59<Brisr>Is it true that Rust packages will never be in Debian repo? Is info in this correct?
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11:13<stemid_>maybe an odd question but I just stumbled over rsyslogd listening on udp/47179 on any interface on my wheezy server. what's the deal with that? I don't remember configuring this and I can't find any reference to that port if I grep -r /etc/rsyslog*
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11:15<petn-randall>stemid: Can you show us the output of 'netstat -npl'? →
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11:16<duclicsic>probably want netstat -nplu
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11:17<duclicsic>filter out much of the rubbish
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11:18<stemid> just noticed other wheezy servers I have are also listening on some random, high, UDP port.
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11:18<stemid>but they all have the same config, deployed centrally
11:18<stemid>petn-randall: ok
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11:20<stemid>though I'm doing this sudo lsof -Pni|grep rsys and getting
11:20<stemid>rsyslogd 2210 root 9u IPv4 7653 0t0 UDP *:38051
11:20<stemid>on one server for example
11:20<stemid>not the original one
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11:21<stemid>strangely rsyslog is not showing up in netstat output. only lsof
11:22<stemid>oh now I saw it
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11:23<petn-randall>stemid: Is rsyslog configured to ship logs somewhere else?
11:23<stemid>yes, as you can see from the first paste link.
11:23<stemid>but other than that it's mostly vanilla
11:24<stemid>I guess I don't know enough about log shipping, I just never expected clients to need an open UDP port in order to send logs remotely.
11:25<petn-randall>stemid: It bound that random port to connect to the other endpoint. Different than with TCP, with UDP there's no difference between client and server regarding connections (UDP is stateless).
11:25<stemid>oic, so UDP require clients to actually bind a port in order to send data. TIL something
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11:29<petn-randall>stemid: pretty much the same with TCP, however the kernel knows if it's used for listening on new connection or initiating a connection.
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12:07<DrZaius>is there a place to report bugs about
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12:12<Maulkin>DrZaius: presumeably?
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12:14<DrZaius>is about the redirect from http to https, redirects to the wrong url, making some programs like pastebinit to fail :S
12:15<DrZaius>do you know if the redirect is done by the same guy?
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12:19<retrospectacus>try #debian-www
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12:23<DrZaius>thanks retrospectacus!
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12:34<mammutpanzer>hello I have just installed Debian 8 on my Laptop (Dell Studio 1558) but I seem to have some firmware problems (no sound, low screen resolution) Could anyone please help me? I would like to know how to find out what my laptop is missing. Where to check that? searching online didn't help :(
12:39<luis_>mammutpanzer, apart from some information on LinLap (the linux laptop wiki) on sound issues, I'm finding nothing, sorry. But my google-fu is bad.
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12:40<mammutpanzer>luis_: thanks for trying to help what does google-fu mean?
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12:42<luis_>it means the art and skill of searching Google. Like, kung-fu.
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12:49*pc04 iwould like to now how how i can configure a network with linux?
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12:55<mammutpanzer>luis_: thanks for answer :) Your google-fu will get better :D
12:56<luis_>It better does :D
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12:59<jcrowgey>hey debian folks, i used to use `import' to take a screenshot. i just did a fresh install and apparantely i don't have the package that provides that command. two questions: 1) which package is it? 2) how do I generally search out which package provides a command?
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13:04<jcrowgey>do you guys think it's imagemagick?
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13:04<mammutpanzer>jcrowgey: I just tried man import on my machine it states imagemagick :=)
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13:05<jcrowgey>mammutpanzer: thanks!
13:05<mammutpanzer>Your welcome :D
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13:14<intore>hi, i need to understand the why of this message "xrandr: screen cannot be larger than 1920x1920 (desired size 2944x1080)" after typing xrandr --output LVDS --primary --output VGA-0 --left-of LVDS --auto
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13:14<intore>i'm trying to use two monitor
13:15<intore>could you help me please?
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13:16<iceo>how i can route traffic by dedicated ip address
13:16<iceo>or set default still having connection to the specific one
13:17<mammutpanzer>intore: I am not an expert just trying to help. What do you use (program) to set screen resolution?
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13:18<mammutpanzer>iceo you want to use a server with static ip as proxy?
13:19<iceo>mammutpanzer: kind of that
13:19<iceo>i just need to send traffic out from multiples ip addresses
13:20<iceo>haproxy can do that on localhost?
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13:20<mammutpanzer>I know a couple of methods. 1) You have a server online, you connect via ssh, and then you-server-destination destination-server-you 2) same with rdesktop or other remote desktop programs 3) proxy server
13:21<intore>hi mammutpanzer, what do you mean, i didn't use any program to set the resolution
13:21<intore>mammutpanzer: i only wrote that command
13:21<mammutpanzer>iceo: I just read your 2nd message if you want to have annonymity why not try tor?
13:22<mammutpanzer>intore: the message your posted reminded me of the set screen resolution program I had on Debian 7 and there was an option for multi monitor work
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13:23<mammutpanzer>intore: you just set it there and :=) 2 monitors
13:23<iceo>mammutpanzer: i dont need annonymity, my applications are reaching connection limit on destination server and then i need to change ip
13:23<intore>mammutpanzer: yes, using xrandr
13:25<mammutpanzer>iceo: have you tried one of these programs that manipulate the packages. You IP could be but it rewrites them to ?
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13:25<iceo>mammutpanzer: what packages you mean?
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13:29<mammutpanzer>iceo: I can't name you a package I have not done it myself yet but I know that there are programs like this out there. If you for example run a server an attacker might come with ip a.b.c.d if you ban him. He will just go through all IPs that results in a DoS of your server.
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13:40-!-Yst is "<>" on #whonix #tails #php #debian #esperanto #freedombox #debian-offtopic @#Replicant # @#Libreboot #guardianproject @#notnotnotnotnottor @#android-os #moocows #oftc #tor #nottor
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13:43<thom540>does anyone use simple-cdd
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13:59<mammutpanzer>intore: I have to restart. If it all works I can give you an answer
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14:01<blast007>thom540: better to just ask the question instead of asking of someone uses something
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14:03<thom540>well, ok I have compiled a .deb and trying to include it in the image. I am using --local-packages pointing to a directory except... it doesnt pick the file up
14:03<thom540>so I'm thinking the cause was it isnt listed in the .packages, so added the name but the name differes from the file name
14:04<thom540>also the file name has periods in
14:04<douglasbrito>hello kde 5 plasma correct bug of dolphin close alone
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14:04<douglasbrito>heloo all
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14:04<thom540>some proper docs would have saved me hours
14:05<thom540>so I'm guessing, and compiling images over and over
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14:55<eyes>hello is this the new kali v2.0 help channel?
14:56<dpkg>Kali Linux ( is a security and penetration testing distribution from the creators of <backtrack>. It is based on Debian, but it is not Debian and is not supported in #debian. Seek help in #kali-linux on or . Also ask me about <based on debian>.
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15:31<sim00n>Hi! I have a kinda strange situation with hanged SSH. Scenario: apt-get upgrade, machine hangs on "unpacking replacement tzdata .." I'm not able to open a new SSH session, kinda. I can connect, get prompted for username and password, then it "hangs". I can however send commands like "ssh user@host 'pwd'" just fine.
15:32<platypus>have you waited till the session is timed out?
15:33<sim00n>Yep, been standing idle for a couple of hours
15:33<sim00n>Problem is, I can not open a interactive session with -t, then it "hangs" after entering the password. The user is non-root, but sudoer. Any idea how to proceed?
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15:34<platypus>sorry, that would be my only suggestion
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15:51<jhutchins>sim00n: ssh user@host /bin/bash
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16:15<sim00n>jhutchins: no difference, "hangs" after password entered
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16:53<EmleyMoor>How long does it take a RAID reshape to "get going properly" so that a proper finish time estimate is made?
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16:57<jhutchins>simp: Try other shells - /bin/sh
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16:58<jhutchins>simp: Sorry, tab fail.
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16:58<jhutchins>EmleyMoor: Are you timing it?
16:58<jhutchins>sh is a bad example, it just links back to bash.
16:59<jhutchins>tcsh looks like the only independent shell by default.
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17:05<crane>can someone tell me why my late_command in preseed is not working?
17:05<crane>i dont even see the .ssh dir
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17:13<ryouma>i'd like to change the volume programmatically
17:13<ryouma>i.e. from command line
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17:24<Arcade>Can I ask when installing the nvidia driver does it use the nvidia (site) driver or a custom configured driver
17:25<Marillion>Arcade: here is debian side only
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17:28<EmleyMoor>Any good ways to make a RAID reshape go faster?
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17:29<Marillion>dpkg: tell Arcade about nvidia
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17:54<EmleyMoor>My RAID reshape hasn't even got to the stage where it has a write speed, and it's currently estimating a finish in 20+ millennia... it's been running for about 30 hours now. What can I do to make progress?
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17:59<Razorback>Hello everyone, Ive got a minimum debian install for a home dev server. Im wanting to setup virtualization software so i can run varies os's. I have no idea what to google or what to start on this. Any help would be appreciated
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18:01<musca>Hello Razorback
18:01<Razorback>Good Evening
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18:02<dpkg>For resources concerning the use of Debian as a host for virtual computers, or as a guest within a virtual computer, see . Also ask me about <hyper-v>, <kvm>, <linux-vserver>, <lxc>, <openvz>, <pearpc>, <qemu>, <user mode linux>, <virtualbox>, <virtual pc>, <vmware>, <xen>, <xve>, <ksm>.
18:02<Razorback>Lol Oo
18:04<musca>Razorback: qemu can use the kvm kernel module to take advantage of hardware virtualization of your processor. (also refered to as "kvm")
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18:06<Razorback>Im going to need 2-3 containers to start on boot, each container is setup for various purposes. such as 1 would be setup with PBX in a Flash for a deb tele box
18:06<Razorback>can i do this with kvm?
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18:09<Razorback>After more research this seems to be what I needed. Thanks for the links :)
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18:10<musca>yw Razorback
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19:18<Arcade>ok Marillion. One last question. If I was to use the non-free disc does it only include a net install?
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19:22<retrospectacus>the firmware ISO is only produced in netinst size at this time, afaik
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19:29<Arcade>do you guys have some directions on loading it manually
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19:40<somiaj>Arcade: This is my approach. This even works with the netinstall. 1) Install a minimal base system (it is included on the netinstall). 2) download the firmware package from, copy it over to the installed ad running system on a usb drive. Install it, get the network working. Continue isntalling additional software
19:41<somiaj>If you follow the instructions you can use a secondary usb drive and just put the firmware on it in the root location and the installer can find the firmware. I personally just prefer to start with a minimial install vs using the installer to load the firwmare
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19:46<Arcade>I think I will give the firmware netinstall a go since my laptop requires the intel driver.
19:47<retrospectacus>dpkg: tell Arcade about installer firmware
19:47<retrospectacus>the firmware image is the best way, if you haven't downloaded another image already
19:48<Arcade>somiaj, when the installer runs it will download the desktop image. Is there a specific reason why the DVD installer is 4.0GB is there a way I can do the same with the net installer? what is the main diff.
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19:48<somiaj>Arcade: net install contains a very minimial install that is a functiong system but contains little software.
19:49<retrospectacus>Arcade: it won't download the desktop software if you don't choose it on the tasksel screen
19:49<somiaj>Arcade: after the isntaller runs, and puts this base system on, it then runs a program called tasksel to install any additional software you want installed. At this point you can get it off the internet (downlaod it) or off the local dvd you have. So the dvd contains all the packages needed ot install multiple desktops without having to download each thing indvidually
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19:53<Arcade>ok somiaj that's the answer I was looking for in comparison. I may look up tasksel and a few other things. thanks for your help.
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19:54<somiaj>Arcade: so yea after you install the base system, get the firmware installed and network up, you can run tasksel to install the de you want.
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20:02<retrospectacus>Arcade: the dpkg robot knows a ton... probably not more than google but more reliable info. Just say to dpkg in a private message; e.g. "tasksel"
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20:05<user__>hi there.
20:05<user__>i'm running Debian for the first time as Live.
20:05<user__>from a USB-stick
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20:05<user__>any chance I can save the settings till next time?
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20:06<user__>I'm running Mint from a USB-stick, and my folders etc. are saved.
20:06<retrospectacus>user__: you can build your live USB to allow persistence via unionfs. I forget the details; #debian-live would know more
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20:09<somiaj>user__: has the documentation on presistance and how to configure it
20:09<somiaj>user__: and you do mean debian (and not mint) I hope. As mint does things its own way
20:09<somiaj>if you are runing mint you should go read their documentation
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20:11<user__>yes, debian. i just mentioned i'm also Mint from another usb-stick. have kali, ubuntu too on hd.
20:12<user__>but ya, would be cool saving some settings so i don't have to do everything all over every time i run it live.
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21:04<Zetta>How can I setup openvpn?
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21:29<indie>so, recently I got a thinkpad x220, and I found out right after that the laptop in itself is struggling with its wifi drivers struggle on debian
21:30<indie>i've been trying to set up network manager, initially, but it didnt work at all so i transitioned over to wicd
21:30<indie>and WICD isn't picking up on any local wifi connections near me, i've been googling for a few hours and most of the people who run into the same issue as me seem to change distros
21:30<indie>Any suggestions?
21:30<indie>or solutions
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21:43<Zetta>Guys it seems my "proxy server is refusing connections"
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21:47<HyperV>Hello! What is the best way to create a custom debian distro, repackage it so i can use it on other machines?
21:47<HyperV>Im going to be using Debian Jessie as my base so I know remastersys is a no go...
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21:52<student>what is this
21:52<student>anybody out there
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22:12<HyperV>Anyone here use Refracta before?
22:13<Arcade>I would look at this HyperV
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22:20<HyperV>Arcade would you recommend Simple-CDD or Live-Build
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22:25<Arcade>HyperV, I have not used either to know. The doc shows Simple-CDD (both work)
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