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Q: running Ubuntu Server and desktop 20.04 on a Raspberry Pi 3

Jay Deei have installed Ubuntu Server 20.04 64bit on a Raspberry Pi 3 image from https://ubuntu.com/download/raspberry-pi all works well then i installed the stock ubuntu desktop sudo apt install ubuntu-desktop after install completed i ran startx from the command line and ubuntu desktop fired up and a...

 
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Q: MySql Workbench corrupted Outputs

sotirisMaurakisAs you can see in the images i open workbench i log in the root databases and everything is ok. The GUI runs fine. But after i write some queries and i run the code the output is corrupted and even the GUI gets messed. I tried to check if this is a UTF8 problem but couldnt find anything. I also t...

 
 
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3:22 PM
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Q: Modify logrotate defaults on Ubuntu

laktakUbuntu 18.04 has default configurations of packages for logrotate in /etc/logrotate.d For example with nginx installed I have a file /etc/logrotate.d/nginx /var/log/nginx/*.log { daily missingok rotate 14 [..] } Where can I modify these settings? Should I just edi...

 
4:03 PM
Hey @Kulfy !
I guess I'm having a Python related issue...
It would be great if you could help
I asked a question..
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Q: Software Updater is saying "You stopped the check for updates". What should I do?

technastic_tcSoftware Updater is saying You stopped the check for updates. Context: I opened Software Updater app and there were some updates pending, so I clicked on 'Install Now'. The Software Updater app looked like this after pressing 'Install now': I couldn't understand if the updates were installin...

And I feel it's kinda related to..
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Q: Ubuntu 16.04 Software Updater: you stopped checks for updates

tangorboyz Every time I open Software Updater to check for updates, I always got a message like this (You stopped checks for updates). After that, I got message "System problem detected". And every time I reboot the system, the pop up "System problem detected" always shows up. I've tried to delete the cra...

The user who posted the above question also answered the question..
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A: Ubuntu 16.04 Software Updater: you stopped checks for updates

tangorboyzRun sudo pip3 install --upgrade pip setuptools wheel solved the problems. There must be an error because I use both python 3.5 and 3.6. The error must happened after I reinstall some python 3.6 package. Now the software-updater is working again. I got this from github https://github.com/Homebrew/...

 
4:23 PM
Anyone else good with Python here?
 
4:39 PM
@technastic_tc Is there any package which isn't configured yet? Did you try reinstalling Software Updater?
PS: I don't use Software Updater GUI.
 
@Kulfy I didn't understand the first part of your question. I didn't reinstall software updater
@Kulfy oh
 
When you run sudo apt upgrade or install some package, is there any warning/error like, "Package xyz isn't configured yet"?
 
@Kulfy nope.. I can update and upgrade using terminal without any errors
 
Run /usr/bin/update-manager from terminal. Do you see any logs? If there are no logs, try reinstalling. Run sudo apt purge update-manager and then sudo apt install update-manager
 
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/bus.py", line 177, in activate_name_owner
    return self.get_name_owner(bus_name)
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/bus.py", line 361, in get_name_owner
    return self.call_blocking(BUS_DAEMON_NAME, BUS_DAEMON_PATH,
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/connection.py", line 652, in call_blocking
    reply_message = self.send_message_with_reply_and_block(
dbus.exceptions.DBusException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NameHasNoOwner: Could not get owner of name 'org.debian.apt': no such name
 
4:47 PM
o.O
Try reinstalling dbus as well
 
Can you please tell me the steps?
 
sudo apt install --reinstall dbus update-manager
That's it.
 
rls@rls-Default-string:~$ sudo apt install --reinstall dbus update-manager
[sudo] password for rls:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
  libbrotli1:i386 libcurl3-gnutls:i386 libfprint-2-tod1 libgdbm-compat4:i386 libgdbm6:i386 libieee1284-3:i386 libnghttp2-14:i386 libpci3:i386 libperl5.30:i386
  libpsl5:i386 librtmp1:i386 libssh-4:i386
Use 'sudo apt autoremove' to remove them.
 
Hmm.. Seems good.
Reboot and retry opening Software Updater.
 
ok.. i'll get back in few minutes
I'm back
I don't think issue is fixed
 
4:57 PM
Isn't that what you were looking for?
I also got these updates today.
 
i hope you can see what is written in the image.. 'you stopped the check for updates'
 
I guess the GUI was completely blank before?
 
if I press install now, it'll be blank
 
Again?
 
yeah..
Check this chat chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/113252/… for better understanding
 
5:00 PM
Do you get same logs?
 
i'll check..
Logs:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/bus.py", line 177, in activate_name_owner
    return self.get_name_owner(bus_name)
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/bus.py", line 361, in get_name_owner
    return self.call_blocking(BUS_DAEMON_NAME, BUS_DAEMON_PATH,
  File "/usr/lib/python3/dist-packages/dbus/connection.py", line 652, in call_blocking
    reply_message = self.send_message_with_reply_and_block(
dbus.exceptions.DBusException: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NameHasNoOwner: Could not get owner of name 'org.debian.apt': no such name
 
Try reinstalling some more packages.
sudo apt install python3-pkg-resources apt apt-utils aptdaemon aptdaemon-data update-manager update-manager-core dbus
Reboot once done.
 
rls@rls-Default-string:~$ sudo apt install python3-pkg-resources apt apt-utils aptdaemon aptdaemon-data update-manager update-manager-core dbus
[sudo] password for rls:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
python3-pkg-resources is already the newest version (45.2.0-1).
python3-pkg-resources set to manually installed.
apt is already the newest version (2.0.2ubuntu0.1).
apt set to manually installed.
apt-utils is already the newest version (2.0.2ubuntu0.1).
 
Oops!!! I missed --reinstall
sudo apt install --reinstall python3-pkg-resources apt apt-utils aptdaemon aptdaemon-data update-manager update-manager-core dbus
 
rls@rls-Default-string:~$ sudo apt install --reinstall python3-pkg-resources apt apt-utils aptdaemon aptdaemon-data update-manager update-manager-core dbus
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:
  libbrotli1:i386 libcurl3-gnutls:i386 libfprint-2-tod1 libgdbm-compat4:i386 libgdbm6:i386 libieee1284-3:i386 libnghttp2-14:i386 libpci3:i386 libperl5.30:i386
  libpsl5:i386 librtmp1:i386 libssh-4:i386
Shall I reboot now?
 
5:08 PM
Yes.
 
I'll get back in a few mins..
 
Perfect. Looks good.
 
There are no logs now :)
I'll click install now..
 
Voila!!!
 
Looks like the issue is resolved :)
Please do post an answer...
 
5:15 PM
No need of an answer. Give me a minute. Need to update some things.
:)
 
@Kulfy I didn't get you...
 
Give me a minute :)
 
ok
I'll restart and get back.
 
@technastic_tc Everything looks perfect?
 
Yup :)
Thanks a lot @Kulfy!
 
5:29 PM
@technastic_tc These are packages which were marked for uninstallation because they installed as dependency of some other package. Would do same as sudo apt autoremove.
@technastic_tc YW :)
 
going offline now... bye!
 
bbye
 
6:15 PM
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Q: ifplugd sometimes not working if the system booted up and the ethernet cable was unplugged - Ubuntu core 18.04.4 (5.4 arm64)

SafouThe system I work in is Ubuntu kernel 18.04.4 5.4 arm64, I'm using USB network card (with udev renaming, the interface new name is usb0). I have no problem at all if the UTP cable was connected during the booting, I can unplug the UTP and plug it again with no issues. But if the cable was unplugg...

 

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