Levi__To anybody who can help me out... I'm a totally new user in linux and Ubuntu doesn't work with my soundcard. Can anybody tell me how to fix it?12:01
Lamegofind . -maxdepth 1 -type d12:01
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qbertwhat is the quick launch command sequence again ?12:01
qbertkey sequence12:01
viveknz76what's underlying middleware layer12:01
POVaddctLane: you need root privileges for that tool12:01
SaLoMoNhii ?12:01
NemesisUKLevi__, whats your soundcard12:01
SaLoMoNanyone here who know very much about postfix with ubuntu?12:02
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LanePOVaddct, I have root privelages12:02
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Levi__it's an intel12:02
POVaddctLane: hmm12:02
WillyWortelsethk: doesn't work12:02
sethkWillyWortel, what doesn't work?12:02
NemesisUKLevi__, intel which one?12:02
WillyWortelfind . --maxdepth 1 -type d12:03
sethkWillyWortel, just tried it here, works fine12:03
viveknz76well.. if I uncomment everything in interfaces .. i can use wifi radar to connect to WEP12:03
ychanyone here use amule without a xserver?12:03
sethkWillyWortel, . means current directory, or replace it with a path12:03
ubotuIf sound is not working, first try system -> prefrences -> multimedia system selector change it to alsa. If you still have problems then look at http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems12:03
viveknz76do i need to uninstall wifi radar to get network manager to work12:03
hollaburooanyone here have experience using an msi vox tv tuner?12:04
TheGateKeeper!sound > Levi__12:04
slimzi found out what my ubuntu machines name was, and its named "ubuntu" :) very unique. anyways i tried to vnc to "ubuntu" and i have no luck, it is connected over dhcp12:04
LanePOVaddct: you know what you were right i typed in a terminal window that I had su ed in. However I get another error:12:04
Lanep0f - passive os fingerprinting utility, version 2.0.512:04
Lane(C) M. Zalewski <lcamtuf@dione.cc>, W. Stearns <wstearns@pobox.com>12:04
Lane[-]  ERROR: pcap_open_live failed: socket: Operation not permitted12:04
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NemesisUKLevi__, can you do this in a terminal lspci | grep Multimedia and post the output12:04
tvgm2___anyone know of a gui interface to manage the xorg.conf?12:04
Laneno that error12:04
Warboych: Why not use MLDonkey?12:04
sethkslimz, the name has to resolve in your DNS to use the name.  You can use the IP12:04
Lanep0f - passive os fingerprinting utility, version 2.0.512:04
Lane(C) M. Zalewski <lcamtuf@dione.cc>, W. Stearns <wstearns@pobox.com>12:04
Lanepcap_compile: syntax error in filter expression12:04
LaneSee man tcpdump or p0f README for help on bpf filter expressions.12:04
slimzsethk : how do i get the name to resolve, so i can just use that?12:04
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LanePOVaddct: Sorry having trouble typing today.12:05
Levi__0000:00:1f.5 Multimedia audio controller: Intel Corporation 82801CA/CAM AC'97 Audio Controller (rev 01)12:05
sethkslimz, depends on how your network is set up.  where does your IP address come from?12:05
Levi__i couldn't remember the command12:05
WillyWortelsethk : I type:  find . --maxdepth 1 -type d   it says : find . --maxdepth 1 -type d12:05
rattboiare there any PPC users in here?12:05
Grue_Lovahhah!  the user agent switcher worked like a charm!!12:05
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sethkWillyWortel, where are you typing it?12:05
WillyWortelfind: invalid predicate `--maxdepth'12:05
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rattboiactually, I'm interested in this from a x86 point of view too12:05
POVaddctLane: seems you ran p0f with invalid syntax12:05
slimzsethk : my windows xp machine is connected directly to a dsl modem, and then my ubuntu machine connects to my xp machine to another network card on it12:05
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NemesisUKLevi__, lspci | grep Multimedia12:05
finalbetaHow do I run multiple instances of totem?12:06
sethkWillyWortel, sorry, only one dash12:06
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sethkWillyWortel, find . -maxdepth 1 -type d12:06
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xserver - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:06
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rattboiis there a way to restart into your other operating system w/o having to choose something at boot-time?12:06
LanePOVaddct: Wow, I think I have reached a new low on the stupid meter...thanks for your help12:06
Levi__0000:00:1f.5 Multimedia audio controller: Intel Corporation 82801CA/CAM AC'97 Audio Controller (rev 01)12:06
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rattboisay, if you're remotely logged into XP, and want to restart into Ubuntu12:06
ubotux is the X Window System; it's the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type this in a console: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  -  To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:06
Lamegorattboi, you could change the default boot system on the grub configuration12:06
azurealin long listing format (ls -l) what does an "s" as the first character mean?12:07
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Warboych: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MLDonkey12:07
sethkrattboi, there is, in some ways, but possibly not the way you mean12:07
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Lamegothe timeout will drive you to the system you have setup as default12:07
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ychill check it out12:07
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rattboiLamego, yeah, that's easy12:07
PhaquiWhere can I find my windows (NTFS) disk when using the Terminal?12:07
WillyWortelsethk, that works, but it also show normal files, i only wanna list of my dirs12:07
Lamegoazureal, setuid12:07
sethkrattboi, it is possible to control what happens for one boot cycle12:07
rattboibut ok, after that, what if I want to reboot back into XP?12:07
sethkWillyWortel, with -type d  it does not show normal files12:07
WarboPhaqui: Wherever you put it. Try "cat /etc/fstab | grep ntfs"12:07
sethkWillyWortel, find . -maxdepth 1 -type d12:07
Lamegoazureal, it means the program should run as the file owner instead of the user running it12:07
Khamaelhow do I enable Fast Writes and SBA in the nvidia drivers in ubuntu?12:07
mcphailLamego: azureal: isn't it a socket?12:07
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neuroein a word, magic12:08
soundrayrattboi: 'sudo echo y | grub-reboot N' where N is the number of your Windows title entry in menu.lst, starting the count at 012:08
Lamegomcphail, ok, now i am not so sure :P12:08
Levi__NemesisUK, you still there?12:08
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azurealLamego, mcphail -- i'm just configuring my terminal colors... and i finally found something in pink... /dev/log12:08
ICEdoes anyone run freenx here ?12:08
jeff_Can anyone here connect to Steam atm??12:08
NemesisUKLevi__,  at a terminal type sudo modprobe intel-8x0 and if it loads ok add intel-8x0 to /etc/modules12:08
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mcphailLamego: You're correct for the "s" flag generally, but not so for the first character iirc12:09
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burzumi cant boot into a desktop, after the gdm login it doesnt matter which one i boot (gnome, xfce...) it starts loading and throws me back to the gdm loginmanager then... any ideas?12:09
NemesisUKLevi__, after doing that reboot and see if you have sound12:09
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Lamegook, so it is a socket :)12:09
Phaquiah, thanks, found it :)12:09
tvgm2___jeff_: i can on Windows12:09
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Levi__this is what it came up with         FATAL: Module intel_8x not found.12:09
azurealah, so what's with that log file?12:09
Phaqui... /media/sd2/ :)12:09
Lamegoburzum, check the permissions on the home dir12:09
POVaddctLevi__: the module is called snd-intel8x012:09
tvgm2___anyone know of a gui interface to manage the xorg.conf?12:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bonobo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:10
Lamegoi would create a test user , just to make sure it is not specifif to that user configuration12:10
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soundrayburzum: log in on a console (Ctrl-Alt-F1) and look at the errors logged in $HOME/.xsession-errors (the end of that file is probably most interesting)12:10
azurealmcphail, and a 'c' as the first char... what would that be?12:10
burzumsoundray, ok12:10
Levi__ok, it loaded12:10
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geeksaucemy weather desklet keeps saying retrieval failed and [ambiguous]  after the city name.  it used to work fine, and obviously my internet connection is working fine.12:11
Lamegomaybe characted device ? what is the file name ?12:11
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Lamegocharacter device12:11
Levi__so, how do I add that command to the modules folder?12:11
TheGateKeepertvgm2___: wizzard --> dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:11
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soundraygeeksauce: someone else had a similar complaint here yesterday -- the problem is thus probably on the server side12:12
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NemesisUKLevi__, it sohuld of been sudo modprobe snd-intel8x012:12
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Levi__i did that and the command went through12:12
geeksaucesoundray: it has been doing this for over a month now12:12
tvgm2___TheGateKeeper: that works when gnome is running, or do i have to use it in recovery mode?12:12
geeksaucesoundray: you'd think they would have it fixed by now12:13
Levi__that's it, then?12:13
NemesisUKLevi__, if it loads add snd-intel8x0 to your /etc/modules file and see how it goes after a reboot12:13
Levi__thanks a ton12:13
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soundraygeeksauce: you would, wouldn't you? Perhaps you need to change a URL in your configuration.12:13
davangerppl help me test my IceCast server and connect to http://fabtech.suroot.com:8000/stream.ogg let me know how it sounds and if the connection is stable -thanx12:13
khobarhi it's me again :P12:13
TheGateKeepertvgm2___: think you can use it in recovery mode, others may know more info12:14
khobarcan anyone tell me some good php editor12:14
khobarthe best would be with autofiling12:14
mcphailazureal: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permissions12:14
geeksaucesoundray: there are no URL's.12:14
tvgm2___TheGateKeeper: ok, thank you very much12:14
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geeksaucesoundray: you just type in the city name and it (supposedly) reports the weather12:15
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geeksaucesoundray: there is a workaround for it, but it's frustrating me that it isn't working like it's supposed to12:15
burzumsoundray: http://nopaste.php-q.net/232758 this is whats in the log after starting gnome (without activated xgl)12:15
finalbetaHow do I run multiple instances of totem?12:15
TheGateKeepertvgm2___: yw :-) editing is not always that ownerous, just make sure you make a backup12:15
khobarbut isn't that for Mac's ?12:15
soundraygeeksauce: now think about this carefully: how would it retrieve information online, if not through some URL?12:15
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trogbotAnyone help a newbie try to get UMAX Scanner to work?  Any help appreciated.12:16
Aphex_Twinname a voice synthetiser for linux12:16
geeksaucesoundray:  i meant there is nowhere (other than that workaround thing) where you have to configure it to retrieve from a certain URL.12:17
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TheGateKeeperkhobar: may be of interest --> http://quanta.kdewebdev.org/12:17
soundrayburzum: something is wrong with your Xgl setup. I suggest you go back to your original Xorg configuration.12:17
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POVaddctAphex_Twin: festival12:17
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WillyWortelTrogbot : http://www.linux.com/howtos/Hardware-HOWTO/scanners.shtml12:17
tvgm2___TheGateKeeper: i was just wondering if there was a package to make automatic backups, change multi monitor settings and such12:17
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geeksaucesoundray: it's supposed to be automated is all i'm saying, and it's weird how it just up and stopped working one day12:17
soundraygeeksauce: surely, the URL is configured in some file somewhere in your $HOME12:17
trogbotWillyWortel:  Thanks for the link.12:18
ubotux is the X Window System; it's the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type this in a console: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  -  To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:18
burzumsoundray... uh, i thought ive changed nothing to the server itself? the wiki suggest a sessionentry thats all ive done12:18
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TheGateKeeper!fixres > tvgm2___12:18
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Aphex_TwinPOVaddct: does that have a GUI ?12:19
tvgm2___ah ok12:19
Aphex_Twindoes festival have a guy?12:19
POVaddctAphex_Twin: no, why should it?12:19
soundraygeeksauce: providing even a simple service for free is a lossmaking business. Perhaps they just shut it down.12:19
tvgm2___thanks again12:19
TheGateKeepertvgm2___: give ubotu a read12:19
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davangerppl help me test my IceCast server and connect to http://fabtech.suroot.com:8000/stream.ogg let me know how it sounds and if the connection is stable -thanx12:19
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wifiworkswhats the smiplest way to scan for essid 's on wifi??12:19
geeksaucesoundray: i believe that the desklet is compiled with most major US cities and their respective URL's.  so unless i want to re-compile the script...12:19
soundrayburzum: no, if you read the wiki carefully, it will tell you to change a link to your X server to point to Xgl12:20
TheGateKeepertvgm2___: with linux you have to willing to get your hands dirty to some extent, it's not like windows :-)12:20
wifiworksI need to find my network name12:20
burzumsoundray hmmm ok12:20
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azurealthx Lamego + mcphail12:20
interbirdSo, in essence, when I compile the latest ubuntu kernel-sourcs I can recreate the latest kernel ? (2.6.15-26)12:20
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POVaddctwifiworks: iwlist scanning12:20
dv_anyone knows how the x11 developer manpages package is called? I cannot find it in synaptic..12:20
khobarthegatekeeper what is that quantaplus?12:21
wifiworkssoundray: i think i talked to you before can you tell me how I can scan for my essid?12:21
wifiworkssoundray: xp its automatic12:21
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sethkdv_, in breezy the man pages are with the development files, not in a separate section.12:22
soundraygeeksauce: Try this: 'cd ~ ; for i in .* ; do find $i -print0 | xargs -0 grep -l Chicago' if you have configured Chicago. That should spit out a list of files containing the string Chicago.12:22
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dv_sethk, and in dapper?12:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about essid - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:22
sethkdv_, if you have a specific man page I can check which package provides it.12:22
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sethkdv_, I believe it's the same; I put the qualifier on because I'm checking a breezy system and many people are using dapper.12:22
soundraywifiworks: I can't check right now, but it's something like 'iwlist wlan0 scan'12:22
dv_sethk, for example I need opengl stuff12:22
dv_but IIRC it is included in the x11 dev manpages12:23
TheGateKeeperkhobar: 'feature rich web development environment', :-) never actually got round to using it myself, but I hear good things about, and I think it would be usefull for Php12:23
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interbirdSo, in essence, when I compile the latest ubuntu kernel-sourcs I cannot recreate the latest kernel ? (2.6.15-26)12:23
sethkdv_, I spot checked a couple, and several are on package xserver-xorg-core12:23
wifiworkssoundray: your the best man12:23
khobaroh ok thx gonna try it in near future :D12:23
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soundraygeeksauce: oops, forgot a '; done' at the end12:23
dv_also, i am missing the stdc++ manpages, so I cannot get help for stl string, fstream etc. :|12:23
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TheGateKeeperkhobar: if you don't know about smarty, give that the once over12:23
Aphex_Twinhow can I re-route my audio output into my input?12:23
soundraywifiworks: I was once, but the couple got divorced after three years...12:24
tuxtuxbye bye12:24
dv_xserver-xorg-core? k, thx12:24
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Aphex_Twinwith alsa, how can I configure my audio output to be able to route it via the input?12:24
ubotuapt is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AptGetHowto  -  Also see !Synaptic (Gnome) or !Adept (KDE)12:24
Lamegointerbird, if you use the same build options, you do12:24
geeksaucesoundray: what if the name of the city is two words?12:24
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dv_hm, I have both xserver-xorg-core and xserver-xorg-dev installed already12:24
progrockAnyone know where i can find information n running compiz on a Athlon 64bit comp with an ATI graphics card?12:25
fyrestrtrprogrock: compiz.net12:25
sethkdv_, there are a bunch of packages in which I find X man pages.12:25
soundraygeeksauce: 'cd ~ ; for i in .* ; do find $i -print0 | xargs -0 grep -l Two\ Words ; done'12:25
TheGateKeeperkhobar: smarty seperates presentation from program logic http://smarty.php.net/12:25
sethkdv_, I'll paste them onto the paste bot if you like12:25
dv_sethk, but are they X11 *dev* manpages?12:25
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interbirdLamego: Sources (makefile) say it's -7 and not -2612:26
sethkdv_, some of each.12:26
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angel12can someone help me compile a driver? whenever i try i get an error saying no rule to make target 'modules'12:26
soundraygeeksauce: better yet, 'cd ~ ; for i in .* ; do find $i -print0 | xargs -0 grep -l Baton.Rouge ; done'12:26
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dv_yeah, put it on the bot, would be nice.12:26
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dv_or paste it in a query12:26
ubuntu__hi all, I have problem configuring internet, I got DCM245 modem which worked with BAdgy, but after updating to Dapper doesnt work12:26
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soundraygeeksauce: improving it further, 'cd ~ ; for i in .* ; do find $i -print0 | xargs -0 grep -il Baton.Rouge ; done'12:26
Lamegointerbird, ok, eventually the linux-source package has not been updated12:27
khobarTheGatekeeper : Ok thx gonna read some infos about all it now , thx for help12:27
ubuntu__if I start live CD it works12:27
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sethkdv_, there is a package x11proto-gl-dev, would that have the opengl files you need?12:28
fyrestrtr!away > bigfuzzyjesus12:28
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leshastewhat's a good im client these days? gaim seems rather defunct and featureless12:28
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TheGateKeeperkhobar: yw :-) smarty makes life a lot easier12:28
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ubuntu__I can see that there is difference in device mannager, where in Dapper there is no eth0 interface under usb modem12:28
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Frankenstein DCC SEND 000000000000000000000  is that a problem for ubuntu?12:29
interbirdLamego: Apperently, I hope this is soon going to happen because I need a kernel with cifs++ stuff12:29
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compotatojoh god... did the doomsday hackers raid here again?12:29
POVaddctFrankenstein: it's a problem for you :))12:29
compilerwriterDoes anyone here know of wengophone will work with skype.  I am browsing their web site but am not finding anything fast?12:29
soundrayPOVaddct: evidently...12:29
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avisi need some command line help i am trying to copy over a directory from my usb hard drive to my linux home partition and it must be recursive with all the directories inside it.12:29
khobarTheGateKeeper : gonna try it ..now I'm wondering how to install that php-mode ..it has strage .el extension :P12:29
dueFrankenstein: Doing that is a bad idea ;)12:30
soundraycompilerwriter: I don't think so. Skype is an island12:30
R6alehowdy all12:30
mcphailfyrestrtr: the "away" ubotu factoid is the daftest idea ever12:30
Frankensteindue, i was asking a question...12:30
soundrayavis: cp -a (read man cp)12:30
Lamegocompilerwriter, i believe wengphone uses SIP, skype uses its own protocol12:30
sethkdv_, I'm shortening the list to include only dev packages.12:30
dueFrankenstein: Yeah, but no need to copy/paste the string. "DCC vulnearibility" works fine without the added k-line.12:30
TheGateKeeperkhobar: I am sure you figure it out :-)12:30
dv_sethk, x11-proto-gl-dev isnt it12:30
Frankensteindue, guess your right... i guess12:30
avisi tried that soundray and i got this:   s asking a question...12:31
avis<soundray> avis: cp -12:31
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aviscp: cannot stat `./media/a split second': No such file or directory12:31
evan_w00why does my console say "./configure: No such file or directory" when i use the command "./configure"12:31
longwaveevan_w00: you need to cd to the source directory first, i guess12:31
dueevan_w00: Because there is no configure file in the folder you're currently in?12:31
sethkdv_, I show four dev packages that include man pages:  ivtools-dev, libmotif-dev, xmanpages-ja, xserver-xorg-driver-fbdev, and xviewg-dev12:31
ubuntu__I'm sorry if I posted question to wrong channel12:31
Deezzerhi. can someone help this fresh newbie with command prompt in linux?12:31
evan_w00i see thanks... ill see if there is...12:31
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soundrayavis: in that case you want to try the Alan Cox method (hold on...)12:32
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rickydoes anyone know how I can make check Gmail start when my computer does?12:32
Deezzeri have this asterisk installed on my linux server12:32
sethkubuntu__, not the wrong channel12:32
avismost excellent. thank you12:32
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khobarthegatekeeper: can you aid me a bit..it says that i shall put i t"into my emacs" what's that ?:P12:32
sethkubuntu__, maybe nobody knows the answer, but it isn't the wrong channel  :)12:32
Deezzerand i want to access a different directory..12:32
Deezzerhow do i do it?12:32
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longwavekhobar: emacs is a text editor (along with many other features)12:32
Deezzer(extreme newbie)12:32
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soundrayavis: (cd /source/directory && tar cf - . ) | (cd /dest/directory && tar xvfp -) (from the Tips-HOWTO)12:32
longwavekhobar: if you arent using it you probably have the wrong thing12:32
dueDeezzer: cd "directory name"12:32
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avisthank you12:32
mcphailDeezzer: cd12:32
Aphex_Twinhow can I make the PCM a part of the audio input with alsa?12:33
sethkdv_, I'm making a list of packages that have man3 pages in X12:33
khobaroh so i first need emac right?12:33
dueDeezzer: To go down a directory, "cd .." (note the space, does matter on unix)12:33
andresmujicahi, what would happen if i execute dpkg-reconfigure --all ?  is it terrible? would i mess my system so bad?12:33
longwavekhobar: well, what are you trying to do?12:33
Frankenstein!restricted formats12:33
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sethkdv_, it's the same as the list I gave you a moment ago.  If you have a specific man page you are looking for I can search on it.12:33
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soundrayandresmujica: sounds like you would be giving yourself a *lot* of work12:33
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mcphailandresmujica: no, it just takes a l_o_n_g time to go through all the packages12:33
dv_lok for the glEnable one12:34
ubuntu__sethk , ok let me rephrase the question, how to instal network interface eth012:34
khobarlongwave: still learning how to use ubuntu :P12:34
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longwavekhobar: you said something about php-mode, which i think is a set of syntax rules so you can edit php easier in emacs, i dont know if that's what you wanted12:34
sethkubuntu__, Possibly kernel support for usbnet is not loaded12:34
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dueDeezzer: Try googling for a beginner's guide to unix command lines.12:34
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sethkubuntu__, possibly the kernel is configured without usbnet support.  Hopefully the former12:35
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dv_sethk, here: http://www.die.net/doc/linux/man/man3/glenable.3.html12:35
andresmujicaok, i hope i hasn't broken the system (is a remote machine i cannot see from here, what i did...12:35
Daishithis is weird...xfce wont let me right click and i cant find any bug reports on it12:35
khobarlongwave: that would be that ..i neded editor for php , who would also autofill etc thegatekeeper advised me php-mode with emacs12:35
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Deezzerhumm. does anyone on here have asterisk?12:35
sethkdv_, doesn't appear in a package12:36
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longwavekhobar: ok, that sounds about right then, but i don't use emacs so i can't help more i am afraid12:36
Lamegokhobar, Go to synaptic, search for "php editor"12:36
dv_sethk, bad :|12:36
Lamegoyou have a lot of options12:36
compilerwriterI was afraid of that.  I am in the US and I have a business contact that is in Austaralia.  He has asked me to get skype as he has a hearing problem and it is actually easier for him to sit at his computer with headphones on and talk to me that way.  Anyone care to go to private conversation and help me get the damned thing installed. I am an ubuntu neophite.  I have been using it less than a week.  I have found the only12:36
compilerwriteryou have to to a little bit more work sometimes.  I don't mind that. I love how fast my machine is working now.12:36
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LamegoI personally never found emacs very friendly12:36
qberthow do i upgrade to mysql-common-4.1 using adept , if I just click install it gives me errror12:36
dv_sethk, also missing: http://www.atnf.csiro.au/computing/software/sol2docs/mr/man3cc4/fstream.3.html and generally the entire C++ standard library12:37
ubuntu__sethk, how can I enable usbnet support12:37
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sethkkhobar, I like emacs.  It does have a somewhat steep learning curve12:37
longwaveqbert: you probably want mysql-client-4.1 or mysql-server-4.1 instead of just -common12:37
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khobarlamego: does it have autofilling of php tags? :P12:37
andresmujicadeezer i have asterisk12:37
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sethkdv_, let me check those names; they are part of the compiler packages, not X, so hopefully...12:37
qbertlongwave, it doesnt list mysql-server-4.1 as an option, do I need to do something to make that show up ?12:37
dv_uh, ok12:37
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ppHi, can anyone recommend a software for playing mp3 files which is available using apt-get install?12:37
Lamegocompilerwriter, you can install it using easyubuntu: http://easyubuntu.freecontrib.org/get.html12:37
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compilerwriterEmacs is cool. It does have a steep learning curve though.  Back in the day it made C programming easy though.12:38
qberti like emacs too , would never use aynthing else, though php-mode needs some work12:38
sethkdv_, fstream and friends are in:  libstdc++6-doc12:38
compilerwriterThanks for the link lamego.12:38
Lamegopp, any of the sound players on ubuntu allows to play mp3 as long you install the proper plugins12:38
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ubuntu__pp, xmms12:38
dv_and in libstdc++6-4.0-doc? (I have this one installed)12:38
ppcheers folks12:38
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Paradoxxhas any1 here used gizmo-project?12:39
sethkubuntu__, You probably have to do a modprobe with the kernel module name.  You said, I think, that it works with an older kernel.  boot that kernel, do lsmod, and note the modules12:39
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longwave!info mysql-server-4.112:39
ubotuPackage mysql-server-41 does not exist in dapper12:39
sethkubuntu__, then repeat with the new kernel, and find the modules loaded previously and not loaded now.12:39
Lamegokhobar, I believe eclipse with the php plugin does, i am not sure12:39
sethkubuntu__, one of them should be usbnet12:39
longwaveoh wait it ignored the dot12:39
khobarok gonna try emacs12:39
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longwaveqbert: that package is in universe12:39
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qbertim new to ubuntu, what is universe ?12:39
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gizmo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:39
nzkChmod -v Chmod HELP!12:39
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dv_sethk, it doesnt have to be solved *now*, I just think that these missing manpages may be bad for developers12:40
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sethkqbert, a respository12:40
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource12:40
sethkdv_, oh, I agree.12:40
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sethkdv_, the c++ ones, though, are at least available.  the X ones aren't in packages at all (at least many of them)12:40
Khamaelis there an ubuntu how-to for setting the nvidia settings?12:40
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic12:40
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Frankensteinhow can i play wma files in xmms?12:41
MystaMaxI have SSHed onto a computer, and I'm trying to copy files back to the localhost, i typed scp FILENAME mystamax@hostname: /home/mystamax/FILENAME -- my first error message was that the permissions were too open? whats that mean?12:41
ppubotu: cheers mate xmms rocks!! you can drag a directory containing seperate mp3s and it plays them althabetically!!!12:41
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cheers mate xmms rocks!! you can drag a directory containing seperate mp3s and it plays them althabetically!!! - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:41
LamegoMystaMax, could you post the exact message ?12:41
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dv_this is really weird. I have libstdc++6-4.0-doc installed, yet no ifstream manpage.12:42
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Lamegodv_, do you have the development man pages installed ?12:42
neuroeubontu: GKrellM12:42
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dv_got it.12:42
MystaMaxLamego, sure here ya go: Permissions 0777 for 'config.ini' are too open. it is recommended that your private key files are NOT accessible by others. This private key will be ignored. bad permissions: ignore key: config.ini Enter passphrase for key 'config.ini':12:42
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dv_the man pages all start with std:: :D12:42
Lamegodv_, sudo apt-get install manpages-dev12:42
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sethkdv_, the file is part of the man page12:43
neuroeubotu: GKrollM12:43
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about GKrollM - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:43
Kyral_Laptopits GKrellM12:43
sethkdv_, what are you checking?  ifstream.3.gz is what I see12:43
pcfreak_I know it is possible to make it play WMA, you probably need restricted packages though, but if they have DRM, then it will not go, that is what I have understood...12:43
dv_thats why "man ifstream" didnt work: it has to be "man std::ifstream"12:43
LamegoMystaMax, the message is clear, config.ini should not be 77712:43
sethkdv_, in libstdc++6.4.0-doc12:43
pcfreak_if the WMA files have DRM12:43
dv_sethk, yeah12:43
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MystaMaxLamego, I understand what its saying. I'm trying to put reasoning with it. It doesnt make sense12:44
qberthmm i enabled the universe repositories, still no msyql-server4.112:44
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krizzercan anyone here help me install ubuntu?12:44
LamegoMystaMax, its rare to have a file which needs to be +rwx for everyone12:44
MystaMaxLamego, why can't i copy a file w/ 777 file permissions12:44
neuroeanyone want to help me get my GKrellM sound scope plug-in working? =] 12:44
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LamegoMystaMax, why should you have a file with 777 on the first place  :) ?12:44
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krizzerhow do i install ubuntu to an already made fat32 partiton?12:45
sethkdv_, that's odd.  it is correct, but my listing of the files for the package doesn't show std:: in the name12:45
qbertdo i need to disable some repositories to get mysql-server4.1 ?12:45
Lamegoand, btw, is not any file, it is refering to those files as private key files12:45
sethkdv_, possibly updated for dapper?12:45
Lamegowhich should be protected12:45
dv_sethk, I guess so12:45
qbertim using kubuntu btw12:45
neuroekrizzer: have you tried the live cd yet?12:45
krizzeryes im on it right now12:45
Lamegokrizzer, you can't install ubuntu to a fat partition12:45
MystaMaxLamego, thanks for your help... i'll change the permissions12:45
sethkdv_, it ought to default, or at least there should be a switch to default12:45
ubuntu__sethk, ok thnx, I'll try it12:45
Lamegoyou will need to change it to a linux fs12:45
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dv_anyway, it should be mentioned in the wiki or the forums12:45
sethkdv_, true.12:45
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neuroefat sucks compaired to linux's partition format12:46
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sethkdv_, we can write a script that, if man fails, it tries std::whatever12:46
LamegoMystaMax, if that file is only required by the user, make it 70012:46
krizzerok, i have 3 partitions on my hard drive one is osx and then i made anothwer for ubuntu and another for stoarge, do i reformat the partiton i made for ubuntu12:46
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Deezzerandresmuijca, r u there12:46
MystaMaxLamego, ok12:46
brandon_how can i add a gravis gamepad without restarting?12:46
damian_why brown12:46
damian_why not yellow12:46
damian_or blue12:46
dv_sethk, but not for ALL keywords :)12:46
Deezzersorry, andresmujica..typo12:46
damian_why did the ubuntu people choose a brown theme12:46
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Lamegodamian_, earth theme12:46
pcfreak_hi there, I have no experience with software firewalls, but what wich is most recommendable?12:46
damian_Lamego: oh I thought it was a black theme12:47
neuroebecause ubuntu is african and africans are brown12:47
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sethkdv_, obviously it won't work for all keywords, but the overhead for trying it for all keywords would be miniscule12:47
damian_yeah that's what I thought12:47
sethkminiscule, even12:47
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davangerppl help me test my IceCast server and connect to http://fabtech.suroot.com:8000/stream.ogg let me know how it sounds and if the connection is stable -thanx12:47
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dv_sethk, k12:47
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pcfreak_what I ment to say was that I have little experience with software firewalls for linux12:47
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neuroe anyone want to help me get my GKrellM sound scope plug-in working? =] 12:48
Jivemonkeyupon bootup i get the error messge: the GDM group 'gdm' does not exist please correct GDM configuration and restart GDM12:48
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khobarok instaling emacs pacages ....after that gonna try it thx all for help12:48
khobarhave a god....day/night ..whatever :P12:48
Deezzerandresmujica, dont know how to access my folder where the sounds are located in asterisk..can you help give insight?12:48
Silent1howdy can someone tell me how to burn mds files in linux.. i know in windows i would use alcohol 12012:48
qbertkhobar, #emacs is also a good src12:48
Lamegodamian_, you can read the detailed reason : https://wiki.edubuntu.org/MarkShuttleworth12:48
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Trippenhowdy can someone tell me how to burn mds files in linux.. i know in windows i would use alcohol 12012:49
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Jivemonkeyupon bootup i get the error messge: the GDM group 'gdm' does not exist please correct GDM configuration and restart GDM12:50
jribdoes anyone know of a program that will let me overlay text on a pdf document while keeping the original pdf document intact?12:50
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neuroeis it a good idea to throw questions in an irc chatroom and expect a response?12:50
bruenigbetter yet does anyone know how to print a pdf without printing it to postscript first, it always asks for the printer command but I don't know what it is12:51
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sethkneuroe, only if you want an answer12:51
Lamegobruenig, lp ?12:51
Jivemonkeyubuntu is broken12:51
Jivemonkeytoo fragile12:51
Jivemonkeyi've had to reinstall four times now!12:51
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bruenigLamego, it defaults to /usr/bin/lp, but nothing happens12:51
Jivemonkeyand its only day two12:51
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sethkneuroe, that's what happens here, anyway.  you ask12:51
LamegoJivemonkey, if he doesnt fit you, dont use it :)12:51
Jivemonkeyi want it!12:51
ydnar_what would be preventing sound from working when watching youtube videos?12:51
NemesisUKJivemonkey, thats a good way of learning what to do and what not to do :)12:52
jrib!flash > ydnar_12:52
Lamegoit was not ubuntu removing your gdm user12:52
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godtviskenHow can I set my keyboard to a different layout (like the ones found in /etc/X11/xkb/)12:52
Jivemonkeywell i cant even boot now and i'm not sure what i did12:52
Jivemonkeynothing really12:52
Lamegoit was you, ubuntu us not protected against user damage12:52
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Jivemonkeyshut down in a funny way12:52
Jivemonkeyubuntu should protect me from myself12:52
Jivemonkeywho else will?!12:52
bruenigneuroe, so long as your question is system based and not on obscure programs, you will generally get a good response, even if it is obscure programs, you still can get good responses often12:52
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krizzercan u mount partitions in the live cd?12:52
synicheatxsink: cool12:52
bruenigkrizzer, yeah12:52
Lamegoif you are not sure what you did, you shouldn't be using a computer on the first place :P12:53
krizzerwhen i try it says unable to mount12:53
bruenigkrizzer, what is the name of the partition?12:53
Jivemonkeycan someone get mark suttlesworth in here to help me12:53
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krizzerits fat3212:53
TeatherwindWow this place is packed.   There12:53
LamegoJivemonkey, boot from the livecd and reinstall gdm, that should fix it12:53
heatxsinksynic:  thanks, digg it please :-)12:53
bruenigkrizzer, what is it /dev/* name?12:53
Jivemonkeyhow do i do that12:53
Jivemonkeyapt-get install gdm12:53
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Jivemonkeyi can get to a console12:53
adminx_Man, boy is firestater blocking some attacks here at the 285 line in Marietta GA.12:53
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AbjureHi, I'm a linux noob and just installed ubuntu and I dont have any internet can someone help me out?12:54
synicheatxsink: hrmm, now I'm considering getting one.  How much did it cost you?12:54
neuroebruenig, is gkrellm obscure?12:54
sethkJivemonkey, are you saying (or not saying) that you need to fix your gui configuration?12:54
heatxsinksynic:  $69.0012:54
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bruenigkrizzer, ok do this mkdir ~/hdb3, then do sudo mount -t fat32 /dev/hdb3 ~/hdb312:54
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heatxsinkit's great12:54
Jivemonkeyi need to fix whatever is causing this error message:12:54
heatxsinkit's a laser bluetooth enabled mouse12:54
synicheatxsink: 'cause funny enough, I was actually going to get a mouse for my laptop today.12:54
Jivemonkeyupon bootup i get the error messge: the GDM group 'gdm' does not exist please correct GDM configuration and restart GDM12:54
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neuroecertinly sounds obscure, but so do most linux commands and programs to me12:54
heatxsinksynic:  NICE12:54
heatxsinksynic:  does your laptop have bluetooth?12:54
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto12:54
mopfliteadminx_: firestarter is an ideal desktop fw imho12:55
sethkJivemonkey, how did you do that?  That takes quite a bit of talent.12:55
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synicheatxsink: booting it now to make sure, but I think I saw something regarding it in dmesg.12:55
krizzerthx bruenig12:55
Jivemonkeyi dont know sethk12:55
Jivemonkeyi shut down in a funny way12:55
heatxsinksynic:  what kind of laptop?12:55
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synicheatxsink: compaq presario v200012:55
sethkJivemonkey, it means your user and group configuration is borked somehow12:55
Lamegosethk, he is joking, don't bother yourself12:55
Jivemonkeyi'm not joking12:55
Jivemonkeyim serious12:55
Jivemonkeyhow do i fix this12:55
Jivemonkeyi just tried apt-get install gdm but that didnt work12:56
Lamegoyou are serious asking for Mark to help you ? give me a brek :)12:56
AbjureI'm a linux noob and just installed ubuntu and I dont have any internet can someone help me out?12:56
heatxsinklooks like it could12:56
krizzerbruenig, it is saying unkown filesystem fat3212:56
sethkJivemonkey, why would apt-get install gdm fix that problem?12:56
synicheatxsink: any way I can be sure from the cli?12:56
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Jivemonkeysethk, i just tried that and it didnt work12:56
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JivemonkeyLamego, i was joking about the mark thing, yes12:56
heatxsinksynic:  apt-get install bluez-utils12:56
sethkJivemonkey, yes, I know, but why did you try it?12:56
heatxsinksynic:  hciconfig12:56
Jivemonkeylamego told me to12:56
sethkJivemonkey, it gave you a message about groups12:56
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Lamegosethk, it was my recommentation, shouldn't the package configure try to add the gdm user ?12:57
Jivemonkeyi have no idea what that means sethk12:57
heatxsinksynic:  see if anything pops up12:57
sethkLamego, oh, ok.12:57
Jivemonkeyi assume my user group doesnt exist or something12:57
heatxsinki'm sure you could do a lspci, and lsusb12:57
Lamegosethk, first I told him to create the group, which he didn't12:57
Jivemonkeyi dont know how12:57
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Jivemonkeyand what group12:57
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synicheatxsink: hciconfig says nothing12:57
sethkLamego, I was going to say the same thing12:57
heatxsinksynic:  http://www.tux.org/~peterw/v2000/12:57
Jivemonkeywith what permissions and i dont know anything about how permissions works on linux12:57
Brokensteinhi im just now learning to compile from source and im stumped on an error can anybody help me out? http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/76940212:57
sethkJivemonkey, what group did it say in the error?12:57
bruenigkrizzer, try it without the filesystem spec, sudo mount /dev/hdb3 ~/hdb312:57
Jivemonkeyall lowercase12:57
Jivemonkeyupon bootup i get the error messge: the GDM group 'gdm' does not exist please correct GDM configuration and restart GDM12:58
heatxsinksynic:  /etc/init.d/bluez-utils restart12:58
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Jivemonkeyfuthermore upon getting to the console and logging in12:58
heatxsinksynic:  is anything running when you do that?12:58
Jivemonkeyi get:12:58
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heatxsinksynic:  also try as root lsmod | grep bluez12:58
Jivemonkeyno directory, loggging in with HOME=/12:58
AranelQuick question... LTS means that the Ubuntu Dapper repositories will be updated for three years, correct? So it would continue to have the newest versions of software like GNOME, Firefox, MPlayer, etc. until those three years are up?12:58
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Jivemonkey1 failure since last login12:58
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sethkJivemonkey, I think possibly one of your file systems didn't mount12:58
LamegoJivemonkey, did the system mount your partitions during boot ?12:59
Jivemonkeyid: cannot find name for group ID 100012:59
Jivemonkeyi dont know12:59
bruenigkrizzel, I forgot that it wouldn't verify fat32, but I think it should still mount12:59
Jivemonkeyhow can i tell12:59
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jribAranel: no, I believe you will only get security updates12:59
sethkJivemonkey, try this:  cat /etc/group12:59
AranelOh, I see12:59
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AbjureCan someone help me out?12:59
Jivemonkeyblank sethk12:59
Lamegodid you get an error message during boot ? Like unable to mount filesystems ?12:59
AranelAnd Edgy will not be a LTS release, right?12:59
Jivemonkeyno output12:59
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sethkBrokenstein, I'm still waiting for your paste to come up12:59
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jribAranel: but you can always upgrade to the next release every 6 months12:59
dueAbjure: Did you have your computer connected to the internet during install?12:59
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SanneAranel: don't think so. It means you'll get security and grave bug fixes, but ubuntu releases are stable, meaning no new versions.12:59
dj_gohananyone with good lilo knowledge12:59
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synicheatxsink: nothing, but I see some info in dmesg that looks promising.12:59
Abjuredue: yes12:59
jribAranel: correct, edgy is not planned to be LTS12:59
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ubotults is Long Term Support. LTS versions of Ubuntu will be supported for 3 years on the desktop, and 5 years on the server.01:00
AranelOkay, I was just unsure. Thanks!01:00
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txx2Hello, I'm currently reporting a bug in ubuntu, as there is no GUI for ndiswrapper. I have discussed this with other members and they pointed me to submit to launchpad to see how it goes through. There is already a package for ndiswrapper in the repositories which is stable (ndisgtk). Though, I am having trouble. At what program should I put it under in launchpad?01:00
LamegoJivemonkey, check the ouput from the "mount" command01:00
Abjuredue: do you mean that jack is connected to the ethernet port?01:00
dueAbjure: Yeah.01:00
Abjuredue: yes then it wsas01:00
Brokensteinsethk: ok thx its there i just checked01:00
Jivemonkeyit says a bunch of stuff Lamego what am i looking for01:00
dueAbjure: Check the "Networking" program under System->Administration.01:00
heatxsinksynic:  what does it say?01:00
bruenig!info ndisgtk01:00
ubotundisgtk: graphical frontend for ndiswrapper (installation of Windows WiFi drivers). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6-0ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 12 kB, installed size 120 kB01:00
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AbjureDue: ok im there01:00
sethkBrokenstein, I'm sure it is there, it just didn't come up here, which is odd.01:00
Lamegoyou are looking for your linux partitions mounted, like /01:00
synicheatxsink: brb, phone01:00
Jivemonkeyi see 'em01:01
Jivemonkeydev and sys01:01
dueAbjure: anything in them?01:01
bruenigtxx2, I am currently reporting an incompetent user on launchpad01:01
Lamegodo an ls -la /etc/group01:01
Lamegoand paste  the result01:01
AbjureDue: ethernet connection (The interface eth0 is active)01:01
jribdoes anyone know of a program that will let me overlay text on a pdf document while keeping the original pdf document intact?01:01
sethkJivemonkey, what happened when you did   cat /etc/group ?01:01
bruenigtxx2, you need to enable the universe repository, that is probably where your problem is01:01
txx2bruenig,  I do not like people being offencive. therefore I am not ignoring you.01:01
dueAbjure: Then you would appear to be connected to the ethernet.01:01
heatxsinksynic:  according to this site ... http://www.tux.org/~peterw/v2000/ it should tell you how to configure it01:01
Jivemonkeysethk, no output01:01
AranelAnother question. What kernel version will Edgy use, and will it still support the BCM43xx driver?01:02
Abjuredue: right but i cant seem to go to any websites01:02
sethkBrokenstein, have you done    apt-get install build-essential   ?01:02
JivemonkeyLamego, the output is:  apt-get dm gdm installg sudo cat /etc/group install mount01:02
dubioushey ubuntu folks01:02
dueAbjure: pull up the commandline and ping google01:02
bruenigtxx2, don't come in here saying there is a bug, at least ask if somebody knows how to fix it before claiming that there is something wrong with ubuntu, especially when it deals with package availability as that is hardly a bug even if it were true01:02
krizzerwhat is a swap partition?01:02
Abjuredue: unknown host google.com01:02
sethkJivemonkey, nothing?  Not a message saying "file not found", but literally nothing?01:02
LamegoJivemonkey, erm ? that cannot be the ouput from ls -la /etc/group !01:02
dubiouscan you recommend any good websites for a newb like me to learn the finer points of the command line?01:02
Jivemonkeysethk, yeah01:02
jrib!cli > dubious01:02
Brokensteinsethk: no i can try now01:02
sethkJivemonkey, do ls -l /etc/group01:03
sethkJivemonkey, tell us the size of the file01:03
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Abjuredue: unknown host google.com01:03
Lamegodubious, google.com: linux tutorial01:03
dueAbjure: it wouldn't appear to've connected then, or it doesn't have any connectivity (ie, lan, but no net)01:03
txx2bruenig,  if you would like to discuss this, feel free to here http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=23616801:03
sethkBrokenstein, it includes some stuff you need like the compiler, make, etc., etc.01:03
bruenigkrizzer, it kind of acts as extra RAM, it is slower but for stuff that is kind of running in the background not being used often, it will be put on swap so as to free up your other RAM for other things you are doing, at least that is how it was explained to me01:03
Jivemonkeyor 75701:03
Teatherwindkrizzer:  it is where the system will keep temp files in memory.   It is often used if there is not enough ram to accomplish the job that you have start.01:03
jribAranel: #ubuntu+1 is dedicated to edgy, maybe someone there can help you out01:03
Jivemonkeywhichever one of those is size01:03
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bruenig!info ndisgtk01:03
ubotundisgtk: graphical frontend for ndiswrapper (installation of Windows WiFi drivers). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6-0ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 12 kB, installed size 120 kB01:03
AranelThanks, jrib01:03
Abjuredue: what should i do?01:04
bruenigit is there txx201:04
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Jivemonkey-rw-r--r-- 1 root 0 757 [date] 01:04
Brokensteini get E: Couldn't find package build01:04
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krizzercan the swap partion also be used to store files?01:04
bruenigi see it in my terminal when i do apt-cache search ndisgtk01:04
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sethktxx2, it may be a desirable feature, but you won't get anywhere calling it a bug.01:04
gumpishI need some guidance with the dhcp daemon. It seems my server doesn't send a DHCPNAK when a client requests an address that isn't in the allowed range.01:04
naliothbruenig: please be civil01:04
bruenigtxx2, you need to enable the universe repository01:04
sethkBrokenstein, build-essential01:04
Hoxzer_Seed seed seed01:04
txx2ubotu,  yes, this is the ecellent GUI for ndiswrapper, but it is not in ubuntu by default. I feel it is needed, that is all.01:04
nzkWhat does it mean when my diarrhea looks like chocolate milk?01:04
Jivemonkeyany clues?01:04
bruenigI just installed it txx201:04
gumpishnzk: you're drinking too much chocolate milk01:04
dueAbjure: Select it, check the properties.01:04
krizzerit means choc. milk is coming out of ur ass01:04
NickGarveyAbjure: try that01:04
bruenigworks great01:05
nzkNo like my tummy hurt and chocolate milk - like diarrhea shot out of my ass01:05
Brokensteinyuk yuk ya its working now01:05
neuroeit means you have tasty tasty ass juice01:05
txx2bruenig,  it is not that I am having difficulty installing it, I already have it, but I feel it would be brilliant if it were included in edgy eft for the next release.01:05
DBOtxx2, so ubotu is a bot...01:05
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Abjuredue: ok im there01:05
Brokensteinik ill start over and see if that fixed my problems01:05
sethktxx2, what do you mean "by default"?   you can specify it on install.  If you use a lazy install such as desktop, where you don't select anything at all, don't complain because you have to add a few packages manually.01:05
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CyDriveCan someone help i downloaded javba off the main site and installed it but i cant seem to get it to work01:05
dueAbjure: I've no idea how your network is set up, play around in there, see what you get.01:05
bruenigtxx2, you are requesting that it be added to edgy, how is that in anyway related to a bug?01:05
nzkWhat does it mean when my diarrhea looks like chocolate milk?01:06
sethkBrokenstein, sounds encouraging.01:06
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txx2sethk,  We are lookign to aim for new users, aren't we?01:06
Abjuredue: sigh ok01:06
Jivemonkeythe file size is 0 sethk and Lamego01:06
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txx2bruenig,  I was suggested by members of the forum to submit to launch pad, I am not an alien of which gets knowledge out of thin air.01:06
Brokensteinshould i have already had build-essential and i messed up somewhere?01:06
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bruenigtxx2, you came in here saying you were filing a bug report on launchpad, is that true or not?01:06
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bruenighow is it a bug?01:06
sethktxx2, you can't say something is "missing" because it is installed with some install options and not installed with others.01:06
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naliothbruenig: launchpad bugs can be discussed in #ubuntu-offtopic with txx201:07
sethktxx2, what you are trying to say (I hope) is that it would be nice if it is installed with the _default_ options.01:07
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CyDrivecan someone help me with java please01:07
Abjuredue: i connected to a router if that helps01:07
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LamegoJivemonkey, you have truncated your file, you will need to restore the file or to reinstall your system01:08
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Jivemonkeyhow can i restore it01:08
Jivemonkeyare there backups somewhere?01:08
bruenig(18:00:11) txx2: Hello, I'm currently reporting a bug in ubuntu, as there is no GUI for ndiswrapper. I have discussed this with other members and they pointed me to submit to launchpad to see how it goes through. There is already a package for ndiswrapper in the repositories which is stable (ndisgtk). Though, I am having trouble. At what program should I put it under in launchpad?01:08
bruenig(sorry nalioth, I am done)01:08
Jivemonkeyi never messedw with that file i swear01:08
txx2bruenig,  of course it is true, but I feel it is a bug. Have you seen #1 bug?.. it's a bit of a comedic one on launch pad, it reffers to the situation with closed source operating systems, specifically microsft. sethk  Thank you for telling me this, I shall try other areas inwhich to suggest this implimentation. sethk Indeed, that is what I did say after I realized it was not the best of ideas to submit to launchpad as a bug :),01:08
Brokensteinhey i used xubuntu before and xfce supports this clipman plugin... is there a similar app for gnome?01:08
LamegoJivemonkey, if do to many questions about your own system !01:08
Jivemonkeycome again?01:08
Lamegodo you have any backup of your own files ?01:08
sethkJivemonkey, it's just a text file; the thing is, how did you lose it, and what else did you lose?01:08
Jivemonkeyno i didnt back that file up01:09
Jivemonkeyi probably lost a ton of stuff, how come!01:09
Jivemonkeyi turned off the pc without shutting down01:09
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Lamegotry: sudo ls -la /etc/group-01:09
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Jivemonkeyblank no output01:10
sethkLamego, good idea, if group- exists.01:10
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jribdoes anyone know of a linux equivalent for the mac tool "formulate"?  formulate allows one to overlay text over pdf documents01:10
Jivemonkeyif i do it without sudo01:10
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Jivemonkeyi get: -rw-r--r-- 1 root 0 757 [date] 01:10
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Jivemonkeydoes that shed any light?01:11
LamegoJivemonkey, why are you telling that you have a 0 on the size ? 757 should be the size on ls  -la01:11
sethkJivemonkey, no.  It isn't possible to get what you pasted without sudo and to get nothing with sudo, but we'll ignore that for the moment.01:11
Jivemonkeyoh i didnt know01:11
Jivemonkeyi promise hold i'll screen capture01:11
sethkLamego, I think he's lost translation of user numbers to names and group numbers to names01:11
sethkLamego, I think the 0 is group root01:12
Lamegosethk, i know, that 0 would be the group, and 757 the size01:12
sethkLamego, sorry, only group names, not user names01:12
sethkLamego, right01:12
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sethkLamego, and, in fact, the same with /etc/group01:12
Lamegoso the group file should have some contents01:12
eyequeue-rw------- 1 root root 1134 2006-08-14 07:30 /etc/group-01:12
sethkLamego, try:  sudo cat /etc/group01:12
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sethkLamego, yes, but from what you pasted earlier, so should group01:12
sethkLamego, sorry01:12
sethkJivemonkey,  yes, but from what you pasted earlier, so should group01:12
LamegoJivemonkey, sudo nano /etc/group01:13
azurealcan someone think of a file type that is colored white by default?01:13
sethkLamego, I think he had a 757 size on /etc/group before, and I read it too quickly and misinterpreted the 0 as the length.01:13
Jivemonkeynothing, no output01:13
sethkazureal, KKK?01:13
eyequeuehow would it have become 644?01:13
azurealwhat's kkk?01:13
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sethkazureal, never mind, just a dumb joke, sorry01:13
azurealand don't go racist on me...01:13
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sethkJivemonkey, when you run an editor, you cannot get "nothing, no output"01:14
LamegoI still thing he is playing with us, no one would corrupt its group files without having any idea how01:14
Aphex_Twincan you tell me an easy way to configure my PCM out as a capture device?01:14
eyequeueLamego, plus, how would it have become 644?01:14
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Jivemonkeysethk, i'll show you hold01:14
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Jivemonkeyfor screenshot01:14
sethkLamego, if so, he deliberately put 0 in the ls -l instead of group root.  ???01:14
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Lamegoeyequeue, my /etc/group is 644 :)01:14
Lamegoyou mean group-01:15
sethkgroup is usually -rw-r--r--01:15
sethkboth, actually01:15
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Lamegonot really :P01:15
eyequeuesethk, -rw------- 1 root root 1134 2006-08-14 07:30 /etc/group-01:15
Lamego-rw------- 1 root root 786 2006-08-14 22:14 /etc/group-01:15
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Drako60alright, i have a major problem here, i did apt-get dist-upgrade, and now the new kernel will not boot, and i can't find any of my audio devices, alsa fails, arts fails, xine fails, gsstreamer fails, all of them fail to find a compatable device01:16
JivemonkeyLamego, sethk, eyequeue : http://pastehere.com/?hfkqiq01:16
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sethkeyequeue, I'm on breezy, mine is rw-r--r--01:16
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ese5what do you need to use WPA on a default install?01:16
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sethkJivemonkey, that isn't a zero length file.   do this:   hexdump -C /etc/group   and paste the result to the bot01:16
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eyequeueJivemonkey, how are you here?01:17
khobarhmm i Installed emacs but can't  find php autofilling..althou got php-mode01:17
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Lamegojimcooncat, your sudo doesnt seem to be working, the apt-get install didn't generated any output !!!01:17
Jivemonkeyeyequeue, i'm running ubuntu in parallels01:17
argumentkhobar, use vim instead01:17
Lamegooops, i mean Jivemonkey01:17
khobarhe atleast mark tags...01:17
argumentkhobar, i don't say that because of snobbery, i say that because of PHP01:17
JivemonkeyLamego, i know!01:17
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Jivemonkeyits' all messed up01:17
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sethkkhobar, you'll have to look at the docs for the php-mode.  Most likely you have to generate an index file to get the feature to work.01:17
argumentkhobar, yeah, IMO vim is better... i used emacs for about 5 years, then i switched to vim01:17
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LamegoJivemonkey, so why didnt you told in the first place !??!? when you were asking you do type a lot of sudo commands ?01:17
avisthis command is not causing my destination hard drive to activate01:17
Lamegowhen we01:18
aviscd /media/usbdisk/media && tar -cf - . | cd /home/avis/media && tar xvfp -01:18
eyequeueJivemonkey, what is that? -Jivemonkey- VERSION xchat 2.6.0-2 Windows XP [Intel /1.99GHz]   i'm smelling something wring01:18
argumentkhobar, basic reasons: it's faster, more to the point and it has better PHP support. basic problem: it's hard to learn01:18
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LengDoes anyone have ubuntu set up so that the hostname is retrieved via dhcp?01:18
argumentkhobar, try Kate01:18
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sethkkhobar, argument I wouldn't say either is "better",  I still use emacs for some things even though I use vim more often01:18
Jivemonkeyeyequeue, parallels is a virtual machine01:18
linuxd00dLeng: yup01:18
Jivemonkeylike vmware01:18
rattboiparallels is a virtual machine?01:18
khobarok I think i gonna go to sleep :P01:18
argumentsethk, sure, but for PHP emacs sucks :(01:18
argumentsethk, mmm-mode is ass01:18
Jivemonkeylike vmware01:18
Lamegoi am going to sleep, this guy is nuts01:18
rattboiI thought they were hardware virtualizers01:18
khobarso may ppl and so many programs recomended by everyone :P01:18
rattboimaybe thats the same thing01:18
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SeNtiXcan i ask a question?01:19
Lenglinuxd00d: How did you do it?01:19
rattboiwhen I think virtual machine, I think Java01:19
JivemonkeyLamego, i did i said no output01:19
argumentkhobar, on *nix i would choose either vim or Kate01:19
eyequeue!ask > SeNtiX01:19
sethkJivemonkey, did you paste the output I asked you for?01:19
LamegoJivemonkey, you didnt said that about apt-get01:19
Lamegoa cat can have a void output, if the file is empty01:19
linuxd00dLeng: it done it for me, it should just do it for you01:19
SeNtiX./setup.sh: line 143: 21716 Aborted "$setup" "$@" 2>>$NULL01:19
Lamegoan apt-get can't01:19
SeNtiXThe setup program seems to have failed on x86/glibc-2.101:19
argumentkhobar, as far as an editor goes that's my stance, but there certainly are other editors to choose from... just don't use emacs for PHP01:19
Jivemonkeysethk, its a bunch of nulls01:19
SeNtiXany ideas?01:19
Jivemonkeyhold i'll paste01:19
Lamegosethk, sudo is not executing the commands as expected01:19
argumentkhobar, gvim technically01:20
Lamegosudo is sudonothing01:20
Lenglinuxd00d: It makes me set a hostname during install and I cannot seem to get rid of that hostname.01:20
khobarargument: hmm ok ...but does vim has autofiling of php, html tags? :P01:20
sethkLamego, I asked him for a dump, he doesn't need sudo for that01:20
khobarI'm kinda lazy sometimes :P01:20
argumentkhobar, yes it does, it's called ins-completion and it rocks01:20
sethkJivemonkey, do the hexdump -C for both /etc/group and /etc/group-01:20
Jivemonkeypasting now01:20
Lamegosethk, well, it seems cat isn't working either01:20
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sethkLamego, I'm not sure.  if hexdump is showing the file as all zeroes, cat would appear to do nothing01:21
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jrattner1Has anyone synced a Treo 650 or 700 in dapper here?01:21
Jivemonkeysethk, http://pastehere.com/?ybvwvd01:21
eyequeuels -la is producing a different format output?  isn't that odd to anyone else?01:21
Lenglinuxd00d: I am trying to get it to grab a hostname offered by our dhcp server instead of using that set name.01:21
SeNtiXany ideas eyequeue?01:21
linuxd00dLeng: why do you want to remove the hostname, all it is, is the name of your machine01:21
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Lamegook, file is all zeros :P01:21
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khobarargument: vim you say is it in standard pagaes ( those mose common ) so i can install it directly from sinapsis?01:21
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argumentkhobar, vim is part of ubuntu by default :)01:21
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sethkJivemonkey, and for /etc/group-?  also all zeroes?01:21
argumentkhobar, gvim is not, but vim is, anyway you'll want vim 7.001:21
Lenglinuxd00d: This is for other users. This way they can say, "I have trouble with dhcp102" instead of that set name.01:21
argumentkhobar, ubuntu 6.06 LTS only has vim 6.401:22
Jivemonkeysethk, that was for /etc/group01:22
LamegoI would bet the VM software caused FS corruption01:22
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sethkJivemonkey, one thing you can do is to force an fsck on the root partition and reboot.  You do that from the command line with  shutdown -F now01:22
khobarargument: so i can find it in pacages or I have installed it by default?01:22
Lamegohe did mention he already reinstalled the system some times on the last days01:22
sethkLamego, sounds that way, yes01:22
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JivemonkeyLamego, that was related to xgl and compiz01:22
linuxd00dLeng: ok bear with me for a sec01:22
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Jivemonkeyok i'll try the shutdown thing01:22
eyequeueSeNtiX no01:22
LamegoJivemonkey, you are playing with xgl and compiz on a virtualized machine ?01:23
Lenglinuxd00d: Thanks. =)01:23
Jivemonkeyi keep clicking on the screenshot trying to type in commands01:23
sethkLamego, I'm telling him to run shutdown -F to force an fsck on the root file system.  It isn't likely to fix it, but it's conceivable.01:23
JivemonkeyLamego, i was01:23
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Jivemonkeyi cant shutdown like that sethk01:23
Lamegoparallels supports video 3d accel ?01:23
Drako60alright, i have a major problem here, i did apt-get dist-upgrade to dapper, and now the new kernel will not boot, and i can't find any of my audio devices, alsa fails, arts fails, xine fails, gsstreamer fails, all of them fail to find a compatable device01:23
Jivemonkeyit wants me to be root01:23
Jivemonkeythen i try it with sudo and it fails like sudo has been failing01:23
Jivemonkeyi cant log in with su01:23
linuxd00dLeng: come to #linuxd00d01:23
Jivemonkeyit says, id: cannot find name for group ID 001:24
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SeNtiXanyine has any idea bout this error?01:24
SeNtiXThe setup program seems to have failed on x86/glibc-2.101:24
JivemonkeyLamego, probably not01:24
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argumentkhobar, would you care to join me in private message?01:24
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eyequeueJivemonkey, with 644, you should be able to cat /etc/group01:25
Jivemonkeyits empty01:25
ese5can anyone help me get wpa going?01:25
Jivemonkeywhatever it is01:25
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Jivemonkeyi type cat /etc/group and it just puts up a new prompt01:25
Jivemonkeywhoa, i'm root!01:25
eyequeueJivemonkey, it says it is 757 bytes long01:25
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Jivemonkeyall null bytes01:25
eyequeueJivemonkey, wc /etc/group01:26
sethkJivemonkey, that's expected when the file contains only zeroes01:26
sethkeyequeue, it's 757 bytes of zero01:26
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Khamaeldoes 64-bit ubuntu affect PDA`s?01:26
Jivemonkey0 0 757 /etc/group01:26
sethkKhamael, it vaporizes them01:26
Jivemonkeyit cant find group 001:26
ubuntu_te pasa01:26
Jivemonkeygroup id: 001:27
eyequeueJivemonkey, wc /etc/group-01:27
HeathenDanhow do i create password protected zip/rar/7z files in ubuntu? (gui way preferred, but cli is ok too)01:27
argumentkhobar, you might like PHPEclipse too01:27
Jivemonkeyeyequeue, 0 0 757 /etc/group01:27
argumentkhobar, http://blog.publicidadpixelada.com/2006/07/31/small-how-to-vim-70-running-on-ubuntu-dapper/01:27
eyequeueJivemonkey, wc /etc/group- <---01:27
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Jivemonkeyeyequeue, this is what that command tells me:01:27
Jivemonkeyeyequeue, 0 0 757 /etc/group01:27
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sethkJivemonkey, it isn't going to find group 0, your group file is clobbered.01:27
eyequeueJivemonkey, wc /etc/group- <---- note the dash01:27
ubuntu_hi all01:27
ubuntu_is mi first time with ubuntu01:28
Jivemonkeyeyequeue, 0 0 757 /etc/group-01:28
Jivemonkeywhat groups should be in there01:28
sethkJivemonkey, wc isn't going to help, neither will anything else.  I think if you edit the file with vi it will show the nulls, but that doesn't help us, we know the file is full of nulls.01:28
Jivemonkeyhow do i get a new groups file01:28
Jivemonkeyi never added any special groups01:28
Jivemonkeyunless a program did01:28
sethkJivemonkey, there are 56 groups, at least in my breezy01:28
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Jivemonkeysend me your groups file01:28
sethkJivemonkey, many programs do.  If you are in dapper, get a group file from dapper01:28
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Jivemonkeyoh crap01:29
sethkJivemonkey, mine is from breezy.01:29
eyequeuemy group and group_ are not identical at all01:29
capnchickenI have ubuntu server installed, and I want to take out the video card I had during the install and run off the the one on the motherboard so I have an extra video card around if I need it. Would I encounter any problems or do I need to edit some config files first?01:29
sethkJivemonkey, unless you are running breezy, don't use mine.01:29
eyequeuemy group and group- are not identical at all01:29
Jivemonkeysomeone please send me a group file01:29
sethkeyequeue, they aren't supposed to be01:29
Jivemonkeyi'm using the latest one from the website01:29
khobarargument: but it seems like i got vim 7.0 but it's werid :P01:29
gr33npho3nixanybody got a suggestion if nm-applet isn't claim any network connections, but they are active and used01:29
sethkeyequeue, group- is the previous version of group01:29
eyequeuesethk, so how did his end up so?01:29
Jivemonkeymaybe i'll just reinstall the dumb thing01:29
sethkeyequeue, when group is changed, group is copied to group- before the change01:29
argumentkhobar, well whatever man01:29
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gr33npho3nixi'd like to wane my dependency on my scripts and use nm-applet01:29
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argumentkhobar, inside the terminal type 'vimtutor'01:29
Masqyhi all, is the driver "ati" (which is used for my "ATI Technologies, Inc. 3D Rage IIC (AGP)" card uses the restricted modules?01:29
sethkeyequeue, I think lamego is correct and his VM software corrupted his file system01:30
Drako60alright, i have a major problem here, i did apt-get dist-upgrade to dapper, and now the new kernel will not boot, and i can't find any of my audio devices, alsa fails, arts fails, xine fails, gsstreamer fails, all of them fail to find a compatable device.01:30
argumentkhobar, that'll teach you the basics of vim, as i said, it's hard to learn, but if you were into emacs i'm sure you'll have no problem learning the keybindings01:30
MasqyIt does not appear on the package description in Synaptic01:30
sethkeyequeue, something corrupted it, that's incontravertable01:30
Jivemonkeyit must have happened when i shut the vm down without shutting ubuntu down01:30
eyequeuesethk, two separate events are implied though, which seems odd01:30
eyequeueJivemonkey, i was going to suggest cping group- to group, but don't bother01:31
khobarargument: well i just installed ubuntu 2 day's ago and tring to learn a hell big bunch of many thing :P01:31
Jivemonkeywhy not01:31
argumentkhobar, yes, understandable01:31
Jivemonkeylets do it01:31
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khobarinstalled emacs to have some easy editor01:31
capnchickenDoes ubuntu recognize when hardware hasd been removed or are there config files that need to be edited first?01:31
eyequeueJivemonkey, because it is also useless01:31
sethkeyequeue, if /etc/group and /etc/group- are being changed, and it screws up, it isn't that unlikely that both are screwed up01:31
khobarbut can't find this autofill :P01:32
argumentkhobar, the vim tutorial is not hard though, in fact reading the vim tutorial will probably be one of the easiest things you "learn" about linux in general01:32
Jivemonkeyits zero bytes too01:32
Jivemonkeyi just hex dumped it01:32
Jivemonkeyerr, full of null bytes rather01:32
argumentkhobar, if you want an easy editor use Kate man01:32
sethkkhobar, whatever else it may be, emacs is not easy01:32
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sethkJivemonkey, zero is correct.01:32
argumentsethk, i think he means normal mode editor01:32
khobarok gonna try kate tommorow01:32
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ese5is there no WPA option in the gnome network manager?01:32
sethkJivemonkey, null is ambiguous01:32
sethkargument, ok, but still, I wouldn't call it easy.01:32
khobarhmm vimtutor is not working01:32
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Jivemonkeythanks for tryiing to help sethk and eyequeue01:32
argumentsethk, hehehe, sure me neither... heck i'd consider emacs more dificult than vim01:32
Jivemonkeyi'm off to reinstall01:33
eyequeueJivemonkey, typically it's valid, if slightly outdated01:33
sethkJivemonkey, try fsck on the root file system, which probably won't help but won't hurt.  when it dies, get a copy of somebody's group file01:33
argumentkhobar, join #vim for all your vim questiosn01:33
sethkJivemonkey, I routinely back up after an installation:  /etc and /boot01:33
Jivemonkeyi bet all sorts of stuff is messed up01:33
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Jivemonkeyok i'll do that from now on01:33
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Jivemonkeythats good to know01:33
sethkJivemonkey, it's quite possible that other stuff is messed up, no way to tell01:33
eyequeueJivemonkey, do you have a separate /home partition?01:34
Jivemonkeyshould I?01:34
Jivemonkeyhow big should it be01:34
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compilerwriterwell I got skype installed now I need to try it with someone to see if I have the sound and microphone set up.01:34
eyequeueJivemonkey, consider making one at reinstall :)01:34
khobarok gonna try it tommorow ..I'm off too bed01:34
sethkJivemonkey, I don't believe a separate /home partition helps01:34
khobarthx all for aid01:34
sethkcompilerwriter, what?  I can't hear you.01:34
nikini need a good smbclient01:34
eyequeueJivemonkey, this way, a reinstall won't lose all your personal data :)01:34
Jivemonkeyhow big should it be01:34
Jivemonkeyreally what sucks is all the programs i have to get again01:35
Jivemonkeyand configuration01:35
Jivemonkeylike how the mouse should move01:35
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compilerwritersethk funny01:35
Xappecompilerwriter: just call Skype Test Call: echo12301:35
eyequeueJivemonkey, as for how large, du -hcs /home, should give you an idea of how much "stuff" you accumulate, give a bit of breathing room past that value01:35
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nikinthe most important feature i need is to play mp3 files without copying first to my computer.. Totem can manage that as a player, but i need a client what does not try to save the file, but to stat the associated program01:36
nikinand nautilus is not good01:36
eyequeueJivemonkey, example, if you accumulate videos, it will be large, if you write two text files, small, heh01:36
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Jivemonkeyi use my computer for porn only01:36
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Jivemonkeythats a joke, dont ban me01:36
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linuxd00dis there anybody here with networking knowledge01:36
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eyequeueJivemonkey, in the true spirit of the intarwebs ;)01:37
UBN2guys i was pointed to this server + room .... in the hope that i might get some answers ... :P  can anyone give me a good link for setting up an FTP server on my ubuntu box?  i basically just run a straight server install ... no gui ....01:37
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BenselSo, erm, I've managed to accidentally rm /etc/init.d/rc... does anyone have the original Breezy one? :)01:37
eyequeue!anyone > linuxd00d01:37
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UBN2have just spent 5 hours pulling my hair out over umm .... proftpd without much luck01:37
CyDriveCan someone help me im trying to get frostwire to work i installed java like it said but it still wont work01:38
eyequeueUBN2, do you have a preferred ftpd in mind?01:38
sethkUBN2, well, it's time you started pulling your hair over some other program.01:38
UBN2well ... i was trying to use the most commonly recommended ... proftpd ... but only had bad results01:38
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capnchickenis there anybody in here that has done hardware changes while running linux, without reinstalling?01:39
UBN2should be pretty straight forward - anyone recommned an alternative ?  or a good guide to setting up  proftpd01:39
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sethkUBN2, do you want the simplest?01:39
Brokensteinim still learning how to compile from source and im stumped on an error  can anyone take a look? http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/76940201:39
eyequeueUBN2, if you can edit text files, it should be ... i don't use ftp myself, sorry01:39
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diablo`How can i know the date my ubuntu was first installed?01:40
UBN2yeah whatever is the simplest - its merely so i can upload my webpage files to /var/www/01:40
Masqywhich graphics adapter would you recommend, which is not in restricted modules?01:40
eyequeueUBN2, "scp" should handle that, no need for ftp :)01:40
CyDrivecan someone help me get frostwire working?01:40
capnchickenUBN2 this guide has somethings on setting up proftp http://www.howtoforge.com/perfect_setup_ubuntu_6.0601:40
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sethkUBN2, if you don't care about security, the wu ftp server is easy.  but why use ftp at all?01:41
UBN2yeah i've seen most of googles first five page results from most keywords one can think of01:41
sethkUBN2, scp is secure copy, part of openssh01:41
eyequeueUBN2, "scp index.html hostname:/var/www/" for example01:41
cynicalcydrive: you try using automatix?01:41
CyDrivecynical: im not sure what that is01:41
jribis it possible for me to run http://adlr.info/?Formulate on linux?  Is there a wine for mac applications?01:41
sethkUBN2, if you need to do it from a windows box, install the cygwin package on the windows box.  then you can use ssh, sftp, and scp among your boxes.01:41
cynicalcydrive: ok one sec01:41
eyequeueUBN2, if you're not sending from a *nix box, there are scp clients for other platforms (pscp.exe from putty)01:42
XappeUBN2, sethk or install winSCP in windows01:42
eyequeueUBN2, or what sethk said :)01:42
UBN2sethk: so what you're saying is i should be able to just ssh copy * from here to there?01:42
sethkXappe, that's another alternative, yes01:42
eyequeueUBN2, yes, but beware wildcards, heh01:42
cynicalcydrive: ah nevermind about automatix, I found a thread you should read :)01:42
cynicalcydrive: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=165371&highlight=howto%3A+automatix01:42
sethkUBN2, basically, yes.  scp even has a -r flag for recursion  (but don't worry about that if you don't know what it means)01:43
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UBN2eyequeue: be ware of wild cards?01:43
neuroePremium Seasoned Flavored Turkey Breast01:43
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eyequeueUBN2, the web server machine will have to be running openssh-server of course01:43
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UBN2sethk: i am a linux virgin until i kicked my MS IIS box into the street and installed Ubuntu on an old box01:43
CyDrivecynical: thx01:44
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cynicalcydrive: np :)01:44
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eyequeueUBN2, if you scp * to your web server, from your home dir, you'll put all your tax records out there, etc ;)01:44
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UBN2eyequeue: i ssh into my box from here ... is that enough?01:44
sethkUBN2, if you control both boxes (the ubuntu box and the one from which you upload) then sftp & scp are much better options than ordinary ftp01:44
shevegeni am trying to install libburn from svn source.  I seem to have a problem with libtool and aclocal, could someone help me briefly to set these two programs up properly via apt-get?01:45
txx2Does anyone know how I create a poll on the forum?.. I'm in the process of submitting a thread, though the only option I see is the variable for how many poll questions there are, there isn't any input forms as to what the poll questions will be.01:45
eyequeueUBN2, um, if you can ssh into each machine from the other, both are running both ssh client and server, yes, that's great01:45
sethkUBN2, yes, it's enough01:45
augustini have a sound problem and couldn't find the solution: i want to be able to play a MP3 and at the same time get some sound from a java app, but i don't know where to tell java to use ALSA01:45
aviscan anoyone confirm that this command is correct ?   avis@ubuntu:/media/usbdisk/media$ cd /media/usbdisk/media && tar -cf - . | cd /home/avis/media && tar xvfp -01:45
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augustincould someone help, by providing a link or something, please ?01:45
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UBN2okay thanks guys - i'm going have a fiddle with seeing how well i can copy shit in ssh mode (this may do for now)01:46
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txx2How do I make a poll on the forums?01:46
pygishevegen, see #libburn for a sec01:46
kleedracIs there any way to speed up the hibernate/restore in dapper?01:46
neuroeaugustin that question is hard01:46
eyequeueUBN2, ssh filename desthost:/path/you/want/01:46
UdontKnowkleedrac: 1) get less ram 2) get a faster system01:46
augustinneuroe =/01:46
eyequeueUBN2, scp filename desthost:/path/you/want/, rather01:47
UdontKnowkleedrac: those are the ways to get it faster01:47
augustinneuroe no idea at all?01:47
kleedracUBN2: You can use gftp for ssh transfers (I do)01:47
neuroeim here for a hard question too01:47
UBN2eyequeue .. so ssh *.* server:/var/www/01:47
eyequeueUBN2, my error, "scp" not "ssh"01:47
UBN2scp okay01:47
UBN2yep yep01:47
wheelswitchwhat is the diffence between how a bash script runs from command line, and how it runs from a crontab?01:47
UBN2thanks mate appreciate your help.01:47
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augustinneuroe good luck for yours then =P01:47
kleedracUdontKnow: I was kinda hoping for a more sane answer01:47
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UBN2cant believe how difficult setting up a FTP daemon has been tho.01:48
neuroe=] 01:48
eyequeueUBN2, btw, you may also be able to use "sftp" :)01:48
SmartUnixi think i have big problem with Ubuntu 6.06 and i need advice01:48
eyequeueUBN2, sftp hostname:/var/www01:48
kleedracUdontKnow: Also when I tripled the ram in this notebook the hibernate and restore actually take longer01:48
paperHas anyone had any luck with 6.0 and a pcmcia WPC54g v2?01:48
facugaichis there any way I can make a win98 boot disk from ubuntu?01:48
SmartUnixsorry for my bad English01:48
UdontKnowkleedrac: of course01:48
UdontKnowkleedrac: thats why I said LESS ram01:48
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Brokensteinok as it turns out the apt-get for nasm didnt work but id did through synaptic and thats why it wasnt working. thanks for earlier sethk01:48
txx2SmartUnix,  Sure, that's ok, what is your question?01:48
UdontKnowkleedrac: the more ram you have, the more ram you have to save and restore01:48
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sethkBrokenstein, that's odd, synaptic just calls apt-get01:49
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facugaich!floppy > facugaich01:49
kleedracUdontKnow: I realize that but what's more disconcerting is that winxp (preinstalled and only used for c# code) will hibernate or restore in about 1/4 the time01:49
EpP_whats new?01:49
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SmartUnixafter upgrade to 6.06 i feel the system be slow , with 5.05 was faster , it's sometime work fast and sometime work very slow01:49
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neuroewhats a good chanel to go to for harder ubuntu questions?01:50
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SmartUnixi don't know where is exactly the problem , is from GNOME or FireFox i don't know01:50
neuroesmartunix, have you tried the fasterdapper script?01:50
sethkSmartUnix, sounds like some program is chewing up resources.  Run top, see what's happening.01:50
eyequeueneuroe, typically this one01:50
UBN2eyequeue: sftp !?!? whats this alla bout?01:50
wheelswitchwhat is the difference between running a bash script from command line and from a crontab task?01:50
Aphex_Twinhi, is it possible to re-route my audio output back into the input (with the mic off) ? or to add PCMout as a capture channel?01:50
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SmartUnixafter 10 min i restart the GNOME and it's work fine , i am sure after 5 or 6 hours it will be slow01:51
eyequeueUBN2, "recent" openssh-server's have an ftp emulation mode called sftp, it's not exactly perfect, but may be similar enough to what you are accustomed to01:51
lchhey, I just installed totem-xine via EasyUbuntu, but I think it is still quite slow in playback... is there a faster media player for ubuntu?01:51
eyequeueUBN2, personally, i prefer scp01:51
neuroei can't get gkrellm sound scope to work, it has two options for audio in, Esound and ASIA but neither give any visual cortex input for me to enjoy01:51
Aphex_Twinis Windows superior in that it permits re-routing of the audio out as an input?01:51
sethkUBN2, sftp is like ftp, only secure with ssh.  sftp and scp are part of the same package and you can use either.01:51
david__Hello, I was trying to fix the error where the ipw2200 module crashes the everything coming out of s3, and now I messed up my wireless drivers and they don't work.  Is there any way I can get the old ones back with apt-get or a script or somethinG?01:51
neuroei mean ALSA01:52
eyequeueUBN2, if present, sftp tries to send the files via scp, behind the scenes, but it lacks some features (scuh as mget / mput, i think01:52
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augustinoh, and also: when i type /opt/swiftfox/swiftfox --profilemanager it doesn't open the profile manager anymore, while it used to, before i created a profile.01:53
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augustinany idea on how to open the manager again ? i'd like to change the directory01:53
KrumzWhat's a good solution for e-mail server virus scan?01:53
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eyequeueaugustin, i don't know that app, but "man swiftfox" may contain that answer01:53
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EpP] esc 101:54
Abjurewhats the ubuntu equivalent of dhcpd eth1???01:54
augustineyequeue, the command is correct, it worked before, it just doesn't work anymore. and swiftfox is a version of firefox.01:54
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eyequeueAbjure, dhclient eth1?01:54
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david__Hello, I was trying to fix the error where the ipw2200 module crashes the everything coming out of s3, and now I messed up my wireless drivers and they don't work.  Is there any way I can reinstall ipw2200 from ubuntu repos?01:54
eyequeueaugustin, it may also require rm'ing the current profile, so it senses a lack?01:55
neuroelinux is hard01:55
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lchhey, I just installed totem-xine via EasyUbuntu, but I think it is still quite slow in playback... is there a faster media player for ubuntu, or can I install drivers for my graphic card to get faster playback?01:55
eyequeueaugustin, all just conjecture on my part01:55
neuroelch, yes01:55
SmartUnixFireFox use 40MB from memory01:55
augustineyequeue, thanks. the thing is: i don't want to remove the cuirrent profile, just stop using it and create another one somewhere else =)01:56
Abjurehow do i make ubuntu assign me an ip from the DHCP server my router has?01:56
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cynicalturn on dhcp in your router01:56
lchneuroe, what should I do then?01:56
Abjureit is\01:56
cynicalthats all thats needed01:56
Deezzerhi, can someone help this poor newbie? i just want to access my usb memory stick. in dos, i'd simply type d: or something, how do we do this in linux?01:56
eyequeueaugustin, mv current.profile /home/augustin/safe.storage :)01:56
david__abjure, try:  sudo ipdown eth1;sudo ifup eth101:56
Masqywhich graphics adapter would you recommend, which is not in restricted modules?01:56
lchDeezzer, just put it in01:56
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augustineyequeue, damn you ! =P thanks, i'll try that, but i would like to know why it stopped working =/01:56
neuroelch what card and cpu do you have?01:56
lchDeezzer, it should register itself and show on the desktop01:57
paperanyone had any luck with a WPC54g v2?01:57
cynicaldeezzer: its automatically mounted01:57
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fooI am trying to install lame. I know on debian on needed .. uh.. marillat ... do I need that on ubuntu? Doesn't seem to be called lame on here. hmm01:57
eyequeueaugustin, no clue, but the man page might answer it01:57
DeezzerI don't have ubuntu, this is all in the terminal01:57
david__foo-try glame or toolame01:57
lchneuro_, an Ati brand (Rage 128 or sth. like that) and a celeron 500... the 1200 died :(01:57
Deezzershould i be in another channel?01:57
augustineyequeue, once again, the exact same command doesn't work, and i have been managing firefox profiles for quite some time now ^01:57
eyequeueaugustin, my answers were just based on what caused the behaviour to change, and how to get the old behaviour back01:57
david__foo-glame uses a gui (duh), toolame uses cmd line; syntax is a bit different01:57
lchDeezzer, if it is in your fstab, just mount it01:58
foodavid__: ah, I saw too lame. I'll try that.01:58
augustineyequeue, yeah, i'll try that =)01:58
neuroea rage card should be supported by the installer i think01:58
Deezzeri'm in what looks like dos01:58
foodavid__: A bit different? Hmm... as long as icecast knows or grip or whatever I am using knows about it ... so there is no lame?01:58
lchDeezzer, like this: "/dev/sda1               /mnt/usbstick   vfat,ntfs,auto  noauto,rw,user          0 0" in /etc/fstab01:58
cynicalfoo: do you have all your repositories enabled?01:58
eyequeueaugustin, and when you get things the way you want, consider writing an email to the devs, a bug report01:58
DeezzerIch, r u serious, i have to type all that into my terminal just to access my usb memory stick?!01:59
neuroerun glxgears lch02:00
lchDeezzer, no, that's a shortcut for mounting... do an "ls /dev/sd*" to look what device your usbstick uses02:00
neuro_lch: did you typo, or were you talking to me?02:00
cynicaldeezzer: no, hes typing what goes into your fstab02:00
augustineyequeue, you're right, i'll do that =)02:00
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lchneuro_, typo, sorry02:00
neuro_lch: np02:00
foocynical: hm, just enabled universe.02:00
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neuroeglxgears -printfps what do you get?02:01
cynicalfoo: ok then do a sudo aptitude update and try looking for it again02:01
foocynical: Did it. No go. hm02:01
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foocynical: Just called lame, right?02:01
foocynical: I did apt-get update. hmm02:01
Deezzerwhat is fstab?02:02
Deezzeris that a folder?02:02
Deezzerwhere my usb mem stick is at02:02
eyequeuea file02:02
neuroeDeezzer it's what ninjas do02:02
cynicalfoo: you searched for lame and cant find it?02:02
eyequeuefstab (5)            - static information about the filesystems02:02
Deezzeri want to be a ninja, how do i do this?02:02
foocynical: I can't just find lame, correct.02:02
neuroefirst you need a fknife02:02
Deezzeri want to be a linux ninja02:03
cynicalfoo: check this out http://packages.ubuntu.com/cgi-bin/search_packages.pl?keywords=lame&searchon=names&subword=1&version=dapper&release=all02:03
neuroeall you need is many years of brutal training02:03
eyequeueDeezzer, "man fstab" for all the details02:03
cynicalfoo: you are looking for liblame0 or lame02:04
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neuroestab man02:04
foocynical: er, lame, nope, neither. Should I get my sources up on pastebin for you?02:04
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cynicalfoo: what package are you looking for exactly?02:05
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foocynical: lame and liblame002:05
argumentamd i just retarded or is the config for 2.0 different in ubuntu?02:05
cynicalfoo: you didnt see them on that page?02:05
augustinstill no one to help with java and ALSA ?02:05
cafuegoargument: Well...02:05
foocynical: I see, hm, I don't seem to have multiuniverse in my sources02:05
neuroei think i killed lch02:06
foocynical: How do I add multiuniverse? hm02:06
cynicalfoo: yes you add multiverse to the end of the repositories02:06
argumentapache 2.002:06
eyequeuefoo multiverse02:06
cynicalfoo: add them after universe02:06
argumentcafuego, i can't find the DocumentRoot directive02:06
cafuegoargument: different from what?02:06
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cynicalfoo: but you can just download the packages straight from that page btw...02:06
cafuegoargument: No, you create config files for each vhost in /etc/apache2/sites-available02:06
argumentcafuego, i can't find the DocumentRoot directive02:06
argumentcafuego, oh02:06
argumentcafuego, so i have to use vhosts?02:07
cafuegoargument: ... so that's where you look.02:07
neuroefoo: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Ubuntu02:07
cafuegoargument: If you just have the 000default there, then you have just one vhost, eh? :-)02:07
cafuegoargument: There's no law that says you have to have more02:07
lchneuroe, I just had to look for that parameter again... around 175 FPS02:07
argumentcafuego, yeh that's all i have02:07
paperanyone able to help me with a wireless problem? it has to do with a wpc54g ubuntu 6.0.602:07
neuroesounds accelorated to me02:08
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cafuegoargument: Just edit the default then02:08
neuroeaccelerated even02:08
argumenthuh ok02:08
neuroedid you have a look at top?02:08
argumentgot it02:08
argumentthat's a new approach, guess i'm not used to it02:08
cafuegopaper: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper02:08
eyequeueargument, symlink from sites-enabled after you write a new one02:08
argumenteyequeue, yup i get that02:08
cafuegoeyequeue: No, run 'a2ensite' and have the system do it.02:08
neuroelch, you could always try totem-gstreamer02:08
peanutbi gave my cousin an ubuntu disk and hiv video card (ATI X1300) wont show anything on the screen he says he gets sound effects but just cant see what hes doing.02:08
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CrazyDoode_rofl man fstab02:09
papercafuego: read that02:09
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eyequeuecafuego, never saw that one before02:09
cafuegopaper: Did you install the firmware?02:09
argumentcafuego, so what about enabling public_html02:09
cafuegoeyequeue: See also a2dissite, a2enmod, a2dismod :-)02:09
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cafuegoargument: That's mod_userdir; 'sudo a2enmod userdir'02:10
papercafuego: ndiswrapper andwindows drivers yes02:10
cafuegopaper: No, that's not what I said.02:10
tryggimbrandon: I dont use kde so. ;)02:10
tryggimbrandon: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2071802:10
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cafuegopaper: If you want to sue ndiswrapper, you need to disable 'bcm43xx' like it says on that wiki page.02:10
bur[n] er_if you want to sue ndiswrapper, get a lawyer ;)02:11
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argumentcafuego, or i could just uncomment it from apache2.conf :)02:11
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neuroei am going to sue fstab02:11
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papercafuego: i dont have a way to install the firmware, the nic on this laptop is bad02:11
argumenti'm going to sue printk!02:11
neuroefor applied violence02:12
paperso i guess im S.O.L02:12
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neuroethen i'm going to sue fsck for obsenity or somethun02:12
peanutbi gave my cousin an ubuntu disk and hiv video card (ATI X1300) wont show anything on the screen he says he gets sound effects but just cant see what hes doing02:12
cafuegoargument: You still need to make sure the 'userdir' module will load, before you give it directives.02:12
bur[n] er_paper: use a flash usb disk and another computer :)02:12
foocynical / neuroe / eyequeue: Thanks, I got it.02:12
imbrandontrygg: ok one mine looking02:12
cynicalfoo: np02:12
cafuegopaper: Can you download it and put it on a floppy or usb key?02:12
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neuroenp foo, now can someone help me?02:13
neuroe=] 02:13
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imbrandontrygg: ok you there ? see line 16 and 1702:13
imbrandontrygg: remove the space from the begining of that line and add " multiverse" to the end of both02:14
lchneuroe, is there no faster media player than totem?02:14
neuroetotem is a thing that lets media players play in a browser i think02:14
imbrandondeb http://se.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper universe multiverse  <--- so it reads like that02:14
imbrandontrygg: ^^02:14
tryggimbrandon: should it say 'dapper universe multiverse'?02:14
tryggThanks imbrandon !02:15
imbrandonon both of those line02:15
lchok... I miss ffdshow, somehow02:15
imbrandontrygg:  then " sudo apt-get update" and all will be good02:15
lchthat thing rocked, you could watch xvid's on a p2 350 fluently02:15
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tryggimbrandon: splendid!02:16
kymchi all, I got a toshiba satellite 2100CDS laptop and i know the resolution CAN go to 800x600, but it wont let me, how can i fix this?02:17
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imbrandontrygg: your welcome02:17
neuroelch try this fix out: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=136306&postcount=202:17
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snoopspeanutb what monitor?02:17
tryggI truly love the ubuntu-community.02:17
imbrandontrygg: and FYI it works the same in kubuntu ;) they are essential the same "guts" with diffrent WM02:17
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snoopsif it's an apple display I bet that's the cause02:17
tryggimbrandon: Yeah but i prefer gnome. :)02:17
peanutbsnoops: i dont know sorry02:18
imbrandontrygg: yea , to each their own, just letting you know02:18
neuroetrygg, show me some love02:18
david__can anyone help me reinstall module ipw2200?02:18
__mikemHey imbrandon, why don't you stop by offtopic, its getting abit dull in there02:18
tryggneuroe: Youre a gnome?!02:18
peanutbsnoops: would that be a problem02:18
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imbrandon__mikem: i will tonight , i'm pretty busy with some packages atm02:18
ElTano27hi every1 id like some help02:18
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ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:18
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eyequeuedavid__, rmmod/modprobe?02:19
__mikemimbrandon which packages02:19
neuroetrygg, i'm using gnome does that count?02:19
rockzmancan anyone help me with my cedega02:19
rockzmanFile "/usr/lib/transgaming_cedega/Point2Play_gui.py", line 2583, in ?02:19
rockzman    config_file_to_use = str("cedega_" + Point2Play_ref.default_winex)02:19
rockzmanwhat does that means?02:19
fooerr, vncviewer's refresh is terrible on linux. I have to roll my cursor over a part if I want it to refresh. Any setting to fix this?02:19
neuroerockzman, it means linux is hard02:19
david__eyequeue: i tried to install a patched version that would remove the glitch where the computer crashes on coming out of s3, and i broke the module entirely02:19
rockzmanneuro_: what else nostradamus 02:19
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imbrandonfoo try a diffrent vnc viewer there are tons of them02:20
eyequeuedavid__, uname -r02:20
neuro_come on, kids, pick the right nick :)02:20
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neuroei did02:20
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rockzmanneuroe: what else nostradamus 02:21
neuro_they didn't :)02:21
eyequeuedavid__, can you try sudo apt-get --reinstall install linux-kernel-2.6.15-26-38602:21
eyequeuedavid__, DO you have a 386, not 686?02:21
rockzmanif that makes you happier neuro_02:21
tryggneuroe: No! Or maybe, do you have it moderately config'd? :)02:21
neuroethats cool that you can reinstall your kernal without rebooting02:21
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david__i have a 38602:21
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neuro_rockzman: well, it stops my irc client lighting up like a christmas tree, so thanks02:21
ElTano27well i'd like to have aa Ubuntu (6.06) installation that doesnt need the cd inserted can any1 tell me how to do it?02:21
david__eyequeue: shall i still reinstall the kernel?02:22
eyequeuedavid__, okay02:22
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neuroehow do i defrag my hard drive?02:22
eyequeuedavid__, 686 is common these days, i thought i might save you the d/l time if you wanted that, heh02:22
burningfireIs it possible to upgrade my kernel via apt to get > than ?02:22
_BuddaElTano27: https://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/configuration.html02:22
argumentneuroe, you don't, ext3 doesn't need it02:22
eyequeueneuroe, no need02:22
neuroewhat if i want to anyway?02:22
tryggA quick question, how do i make opera use mplayer for integrated videoclips?02:22
eyequeueburningfire, not advisible with dapper02:22
rockzmanLal guyz02:22
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david__eyequeue: nope, i'm running the last of the 32 bit processors; also, that package does'nt exist02:23
_Buddais there a quick start guide for samba + ubuntu server 6 - just to get it sharing my /home/xxxxx folder02:23
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eyequeueburningfire, .15 has most of the backports anyway02:23
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burningfireeyequeue: uhm, I need to, there is a privilege escalation vulnerability in this kernel02:23
argument_Budda, if you read the docs on http://tldp.org/ about Samba and stuff you'll be up and running fairly quickly, that's how i learned02:23
eyequeueburningfire, .15 has most of the backports anyway <---02:23
argument_Budda, otherwise search the wiki, http://wiki.ubuntu.com/02:23
ElTano27thanks i'll take a look right now02:23
burningfireeyequeue: backports means what?02:24
tryggIs that even possible?02:24
_Buddaargument: just been on the wiki, the info is a bit thin02:24
neuroehow do i put ubuntu on my xbox?02:24
eyequeueburningfire, check the security site, i think you'll find it's covered02:24
MasqyMy kernel is 2.6.15, is that the newest for dapper ? I've run the update, and it tells that everything is up-to-date, I'm afraid my ppp connection is troublesome, so.. what is the newest official kernel for dapper?02:24
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argument_Budda, try http://tldp.org and read the Samba howto02:24
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_Buddaargument: just lookin now.... thanks02:24
eyequeueMasqy, that02:24
burningfireeyequeue: uhm, now, I am fully up-to-date according to apt, however the exploit for this vuln runs fine!02:24
neuroethat would be sweet if ubuntu had a live cd for xbox02:24
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argumentMasqy, 2.6.15 is indeed the latest dapper kernel02:24
eyequeueburningfire, then you should write the security team with details02:25
Masqyeyequeue, argument: 10x..02:25
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burningfireeyequeue: this is not good for Ubuntu servers at all lol02:25
eyequeueburningfire, hence the recommendation02:25
burningfireburningfire: how do I contact them ?02:25
m_tadeuhi...how can i find which dev is my modem?02:25
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burningfireoops eyequeue : how do I contact them02:26
eyequeueburningfire, security@ubuntu.com02:26
VitaminGhey, I'm having a minor mount problem02:26
burningfireeyequeue: thanks02:26
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eyequeueburningfire, np02:26
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david__eyequeue: I just tried uncommenting every repo, and still linux-kernel-`uname -r` can't be found02:26
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eyequeuedavid__, sorry, let me check the precise name02:27
cry0gendavid__: of course02:27
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cry0genlinux-headers-$(uname -r)02:27
shining_does Xorg-air work on edgy?02:27
HellDragonwhy do you keep highlighting me02:27
varsendaggrhey i just got an mp3 player.... how do i hookit up and get mp3's off my computer and onto the player02:27
eyequeuedavid__, linux-image-`uname -r`  sorry02:27
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VitaminGvarsendaggr: what ind of player?02:27
david__eyequeue: thanks a million02:28
eyequeuedavid__, sorry about the thinko earlier :)02:28
m_tadeucan anyone help connecting my modem, please?02:28
david__eyequeue: do i need to reboot to apply the changes?02:28
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varsendaggrVitaminG, just a cheep one02:28
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varsendaggra CARRS02:29
VitaminGvarsendaggr: make/model?02:29
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__mikemHey imbrandon, theres a usefull looking factoid sitting in #ubuntu-ops awaiting approval02:29
varsendaggri don't think that ther is one02:29
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facugaichI have a file that is a  diskette image, how can I write it to an actual diskette?02:30
kymchi all, I got a toshiba satellite 2100CDS laptop and i know the resolution CAN go to 800x600, but it wont let me, how can i fix this?02:30
ElTano27alguien que hable espaol?02:30
ElTano27cualcuno che parli italiano?02:30
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.02:30
varsendaggri think all i need to do is findout how to mount a usb device02:30
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VitaminGvarsendaggr: probably just try hooking it in via USB and just transferin the files like you would to another hard drive(dragand drop)02:30
ubotuVai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!02:30
__mikemoh here we go02:30
NaQsome1 can tell me that how can I repair my X-sessions if I get only :0 for the who command?02:30
varsendaggrwith nautilus?02:30
felipe__ElTano27: /join #ubuntu-es02:30
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tryggCan one apt-get mplayerplug-in for use with opera? It automatically changes to mozilla-mplayer.02:30
NickGarveyElTano27: nadie aqui halba espanol, #ubuntu-es por fovor02:30
__mikemfacugaich language touring are we?02:31
varsendaggri'll just try that02:31
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VitaminGvarsendaggr: that's not to tough then, but alot automount have you tried just plugging it in?02:31
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facugaich__mikem: I was just showing ElTano27 where to go02:31
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varsendaggri haven't yeat02:33
varsendaggr(had to go out and get the cable02:33
VitaminGIt didn't come with one?02:33
eyequeuedavid__, yes and no.  the new kernel won't take effect until a reboot, but you can finish up anything you're running first02:33
varsendaggrno i letf the box in the car02:34
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kyefunwhat is the most used msn client for linux?02:34
VitaminGvarsendaggr: good02:34
varsendaggri think most people use gaim02:34
eyequeuekyefun, probably gaim02:34
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azureali can't get my eth0 back up through ifconfig down/up..02:34
azurealwhat's that init.d command..?02:34
varsendaggrthere it is02:34
eyequeueazureal, ifdown eth0 ; ifup eth002:34
VitaminGkyefun: Gaim is good, but try aMSN if you don't like it..02:34
MalachiIs there a way I can view the stored items in my keyring?02:35
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azurealeyequeue, ah, thx...lol...i must have been going blank..02:35
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eyequeueazureal, debian/ubuntu methods, vs generic linux :)  i fall back to the old sometimes too02:36
azurealbut isnt there one to do w/ init.d as well?02:36
eyequeueazureal, /etc/init.d/networking?02:36
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jdmpikehello all02:37
azurealah, right02:37
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azurealnetworking stop/start02:37
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jdmpikewhat is the best program for creating compressed backups of dvds and videos?02:37
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azurealthx again eyequeue ;)02:37
eyequeueazureal, "restart" even works with most init scripts these days02:37
eyequeueazureal, np02:38
perry_hi, i'm trying to install an HP officejet 5610 and when I use the new printer wizard, the list of manufacturers/models is blank02:38
acidburn85hi, everybody02:38
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mayday_jayI'm having a rendering issue on an Intel 915GM, from what I can tell it may be a mesa issue, I get only a partial screen in things like GL screensavers, and Google Earth, can anyone offer any insight?02:38
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acidburn85hi everyone02:40
david__eyequeue, thanks so much!  you saved my computer from needing a wipe&reload!02:40
acidburn85i love ubuntu its cool02:40
txx2acidburn85,  indeed02:41
eyequeuedavid__, heh, it's rarely that drastic :)02:41
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txx2incidently, I have a terrible acid in my throat.. maybe I need to eat something02:41
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_Buddatxx2: drink milk02:42
perry_milk is acidic02:42
david__eyequeue, I spent forever messing with grub and compiz and vmware, and those aren't so easy to restore (and I tend to w&r rather than fix the problem, if it is simple)02:42
GoClickMilk is basic you fool02:42
sproingieGoClick: lactic acid fool02:42
perry_no, milk contains LACTIC ACID02:42
txx2GoClick,  what do you suggest then?02:42
acidburn85how do you do music on ubuntu?02:42
eyequeuemilk is bad, lactose02:42
GoClicklactose isn't bad02:42
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__mikemWhey is good02:42
GoClickOMH milk haters02:42
eyequeuetums :)02:42
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perry_lactose is milk sugar, not lactic acid02:42
godtviskenHow can I have `ls' list the entire directory before the file name?02:43
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GoClickMilk is great02:43
david__eyequeue, do you know the solution to this error?: eth1: NETDEV_TX_BUSY returned; driver should report queue full via ieee_device->is_queue_full02:43
david__eyequeue, when coming out of suspend to ram02:43
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txx2GoClick,  but it comes from cowes boobies.02:44
eyequeuedavid__, no, that's a new one to me02:44
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GoClickThat'sa good thing02:44
GoClickI like boobies02:44
ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:44
GoClickEVER cow boobies02:44
krizzerhow do u rename partitions when u are installing ubuntu and manually configuring the partitions02:44
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__mikemnzk once is enough02:44
david__eyequeue, :( it is savage.  It happens to hard-lock the computer02:44
Vitamin1varsendaggr: is it workig now?02:45
mayday_jayDoes anyone have experience correcting GL rendering issues on Intel 915GM based video?02:45
eyequeuedavid__, hibernate / suspend are still a bit too flaky at times, imo02:45
perry_anybody here know anything about hplip?02:45
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varsendaggrVitamin1, yeah02:45
eyequeuedavid__, both to ram and to disk :/02:45
Vitamin1sorry, my connection dropped, and it took a few minutes to fix it.02:45
Vitamin1can someone here help me with a strange mount problem?02:46
txx2ndiswrapper, edgy eft poll; http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=237225 please cast your vote, thank you.02:46
eyequeuedavid__, here i tend to lose ipw2000, heh02:46
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david__eyequeue, do you know any solutions that have the same effect?  i just would like a way to quick-boot my laptop, so that I can use it, put it away, and use it again02:47
eyequeuedavid__, i would love the same, sorry, i don't know any02:47
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BHSPitMonkeyhas anyone had some serious freezes/reboots occur when dealing with a logitech webcam?02:48
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lchhow easy or hard is it to convert my installation from ext2 to xfs?02:49
lchwhy does ubuntu use ext2 as default, and not at least ext3?02:49
sproingieit uses ext3 as default for me02:49
BHSPitMonkeylch, I wasn't aware that it did.02:49
Vitamin1same here02:49
david__eyequeue, ok :(02:49
lchparted says to me it's ext202:49
eyequeuelch, ext3 seems the default02:49
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sproingieIch: because there is no difference in the partition number02:50
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farousBHSPitMonkey: logitech working fine here but i have an old cam02:50
eyequeuelch, ext3 "looks like" ext2 to some apps02:50
lchthen I am content :)02:50
eyequeuelch, ext3 is really just ext2 with journalling, so that is good02:50
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, my cam's an old type too, quickcam express with a gray focus ring... mind showing me what you did to get it working?02:50
sproingiepersonally i use reiser3 or xfs02:50
Vitamin1can someone here help me with a strange mount problem?02:51
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sproingie!ask > Vitamin102:51
farousBHSPitMonkey: i did nothing it works out of the box mine is quickcam express too02:51
BHSPitMonkeythat bothers me02:51
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farousBHSPitMonkey: lsmod |grep quickcam02:51
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, what programs do you use it with?02:51
farousdid you check it with camorama02:51
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, lsmod gives me:02:53
farousi used it with camorama and qnext worked perfectly in both no lockups02:53
BHSPitMonkeyquickcam               78372  002:53
BHSPitMonkeyvideodev                9856  1 quickcam02:53
BHSPitMonkeyusbcore               130692  6 quickcam,usb_storage,usbhid,ehci_hcd,ohci_hcd02:53
farousBHSPitMonkey: the modules for the cam are loaded you can use it right now02:53
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, if yours is plugged in, would you mind sharing the vendor:device number from lsusb?02:53
farousBHSPitMonkey: let me plugit first02:54
farousBHSPitMonkey: will use lspci ok02:54
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pablo_how do i make trasparent my terminal?02:54
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, is yours usb?02:54
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pablo_the terminal02:55
Viper550Which terminal do you want to transparent?02:55
farousBHSPitMonkey: yapo02:55
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Vitamin1sproingie: I have two HDs, 40 and 80 GB. I use the 80 or windows and ubuntu, and the 40 as a FAT32 media storage drivve. At install, I specified the mount point to be /media/media. It came up on the desktop labeled media after the install, but after a reinstall, it's labelled "TAGSick Of". Neither fstab nor mtab seem to be glitched, but it doesn't go away by unmounting, then remounting.02:55
Viper550Gnome-Terminal? Konsole? Eterm?02:55
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pablo_gnome terminak02:55
pablo_the default one02:55
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, my usb devices don't show up in lspci... just the usb controllers02:55
pablo_and then02:55
BHSPitMonkeyeffects tab.02:56
BHSPitMonkeytransparent background02:56
farousyah was gona ask you hwo can i get you the inform you needed02:56
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pablo_i was looking in colors02:56
pablo_how stupid of me02:56
sproingieVitamin1: i'd say the desktop shortcut is probably corrupted.  hopefully that's all02:56
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pablo_thank very much02:56
tryggIs mplayerplug-in only for mozilla/firefox?02:57
Vitamin1ok, thanks. I've never seen this happen before, so I had no idea what was causing it.02:57
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farousBHSPitMonkey: all i get from qcset is that is logitech quickcam usb02:58
kbrosnantrygg, it should work for any browser that supports netscape plugins02:58
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, if do you do lsusb, you'll see the quickcam there, and there's a number I'd like to see02:58
Vitamin1sproingie: where would that desktop file be located?02:58
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BHSPitMonkeylooks like ####:####02:58
fooBHSPitMonkey: Looks like: woohooo02:59
BHSPitMonkeyfoo, what's that over there?! *points*02:59
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farousBHSPitMonkey: 046d:084002:59
farousis that like yours02:59
BHSPitMonkeyhmm, so our cameras our completely identical02:59
pablo_why does it appears this  instead of 03:00
BHSPitMonkeybut yours works in ubuntu, mine doesn't03:00
farousBHSPitMonkey: did you install camorama03:00
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, yes03:00
farousand just check it with it. i also install qc-usb-utils03:00
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, already have that installed too03:01
farousstrange. might be conflict with other device you have using same irq or someth03:01
farousspeculating here03:01
pablo_why does it appears this  instead of ?03:02
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, so what command works for you, that will just test the camera's output03:02
BHSPitMonkeywhaley, what is "it"?03:02
farousBHSPitMonkey: the only prob i had that some prog looked for the wrong dev for the cam. it is /dev/video003:03
BHSPitMonkeywhaley, disregard, sorry03:03
lchokay, last thing before I can pass this comp to my dad: can I configure gnome to auto-login a user, without having to type in the user/pass all the time?03:03
whaleyBHSPitMonkey: hi :)03:03
BHSPitMonkeypablo_, what is "it"03:03
eyequeuelch, yes03:03
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whaleythat's the third time that has happend since this weekend03:03
BHSPitMonkeywhaley, that was half my fault and half tab-completion's :)03:03
whaleynp :)03:03
whaleyi'm used to it by this point03:03
lchI found http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Automatic_Login_No_Authentication but I think that is for the terminal?03:03
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Ozuxhi, Anu body use Qemu with networksupport in ubuntu?03:03
farousBHSPitMonkey: what do you mean by what command. camorama works ok. anyprog i use i just tell it to use the cam device03:03
lcheyequeue, please tell me how03:03
BHSPitMonkeywhaley, your nick is one of my friend's last names... wonder if there's a relation03:04
BHSPitMonkeyfarous, ok03:04
whaleyit is my last name03:04
BHSPitMonkeywhaley, have relatives in texas?03:04
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eyequeuelch, grep for AUtoMaticLogin in /etc/gdm/gdm.conf, there's two lines03:04
whaleynegative, NC03:04
lchthank you03:04
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, what's your camera called under /dev/03:05
eyequeuelch,  grep -i, i had some of he case wrong heh03:05
farousBHSPitMonkey: /dev/video003:05
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sizzami'm looking for a terminal command to 'switch user' or show the login screen03:06
eyequeuelch, ubuntu or kubuntu?03:06
farousBHSPitMonkey: i just use it for video chat or when i am rehersing for presentations :)03:06
farousno other use lol03:06
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BHSPitMonkeyfarous, yep03:07
darkyoshi372has anyone had trouble connecting to us.archive.ubuntu.org?03:07
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lcheyequeue, it is still necessary to enter the password then?03:07
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darkyoshi372Sorry, us.archive.ubuntu.com, it is. Can anybody get to it?03:08
varsendaggrhow can i change the file preferances?03:08
eyequeuelch, i *think* not, but try it03:08
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eyequeuedarkyoshi372, works for me here presently03:08
lchworks here aswell03:08
varsendaggrlike i want mplayer to open up automagically when i double click on a movie03:08
darkyoshi372I suddenly can't do an apt-get update03:08
farousdarkyoshi372: try pinging the repos03:09
darkyoshi372I did ping it, but no responce03:09
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FunnyLookinHatdarkyoshi372, you should switch your archive mirror to something else, i used to have lots of issues with us.archive.ubuntu.com03:09
darkyoshi372Is there a ca.archive.ubuntu.com for canadian users?03:09
whaleywhat's the best command line utility to find what file a piece of text might be located in03:09
FunnyLookinHatdarkyoshi372, replace us.archive.ubuntu.org with mirror.cs.umn.edu03:09
farousdarkyoshi372: yap03:10
whaleyi would grep for the line, but i don't know what file it is in03:10
eyequeuevarsendaggr, here's what i've heard03:10
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eyequeuevarsendaggr, right click on a movie, then change the app associated with it03:10
farousdarkyoshi372: not sure how sync or commp it is03:10
eyequeuevarsendaggr, i've not tried this myself, i'm not a big gui guy03:10
darkyoshi372well, I'll try it out. Thanks!03:10
varsendaggreyequeue, that is it03:10
sizzami'm looking for a terminal command to do an X switch-user03:11
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faroussizzam: gdmflexiserver03:11
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lchwhaley, "find"03:12
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farousfor nested session gdmflexiserver -n03:12
whaleylch: i couldn't find the argument to search within files03:12
whaley-name and -iname look at the filename03:12
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sizzamfarous: thanks03:13
farousur w :)03:13
lchwhaley, find has an "exec" feature that you can combine with grep -q03:13
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lchor wait03:14
lch"grep -R" is actually easier :)03:14
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varsendaggrhey i was watching a movie with mplayer and then i opend up another mplayer and my audio quit working....03:15
whaleylch: awesome, thanks :)03:15
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lcheyequeue, thanks, it works as intended... now I can finally pass on that desktop to my father03:16
tuxavengerdoes anyone know if dapper-faster and automatix work in xubuntu?03:16
eyequeuelch, cool03:16
Frankensteinis that like preload?03:16
lchI'm really surprised by Ubuntu now... tried it 1-2 years ago, but it wasn't that good. but now it's really nice to use.03:17
varsendaggri did a reboot and still no dice03:17
varsendaggrlch have you used xgl?03:18
eyequeuelch, continual work must pay off :)03:18
lchvarsendaggr, on my Gentoo system that I'm currently on, yes03:18
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RicesteamHi, does anyone know how i can change mouse cursors? Ie. Where can I find and change mouse themes?03:19
lchlet's hope xgl or aiglx becomes popular enough in a year, then it could really have an impact03:19
tuxavengerRicesteam, apt-get gcursor03:19
tuxavengerit is a gui for chnaging your cursor03:19
Ricesteamtuxavenger: ty03:19
augustinjust a quick question: is it possible to make it so that, when i launch a java application through my browser (using Sun's JNLP, i think), it uses the command "aoss java" instead of "java" ?03:19
varsendaggrlch, i am looking forward to seeing more app come out other than just eye candy03:19
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tuxavengerRicesteam, while your at it apt-get gnome-art, it is a similar prog for themes and the like, it downloads them and installs them from the web03:20
lchthe eye candy is just to get attention, as usual03:20
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Ricesteamwhere can i find mouse themes?03:22
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NoumaanFirefox does not render Urdu language pages correctly. I filed a bug on launchpad and mozilla's bugzilla but weeks after we havent recieved any response. How we the Urdu speaking people could make Developers hear our voice?03:23
varsendaggrlch, other than eye candy i 'm not sure that i see what could be done with it....   however i am really looking forward to what people WILL do with it03:23
varsendaggrlch, any idea on my sound issue03:23
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tryggThis is really bugging me, why do git say '/usr/bin/gitfm: fatal error: `chdir' failed: permission denied.'?03:25
lchyou can't have two sources playing audio at the same time03:25
varsendaggrhow do you reset sound?03:25
tryggIts not something on the server because i get that if i try with an nonexisting server also03:26
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varsendaggryeah however i've rebo0oted it since then03:26
varsendaggrmaybe i need another reboot03:26
tuxavengervarsendaggr, did you try changing the gstreamer-properties fomr esd to alsa or oss03:26
lchvarsendaggr, you could try "/etc/init.d/alsasound reset"03:26
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lcherr, restart03:26
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lchyou shouldn't need to reboot for that03:27
varsendaggrtuxavenger, i wasn't working with gstreamer, mplayer03:27
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varsendaggrtuxavenger, no prob thanks i do appreciate your help03:27
varsendaggryou are better than 783 people in this room03:28
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lchvarsendaggr, have you tried restarting alsa?03:28
krazykitanyone especially good with grub in here?  i simply can't get grub-install to work03:28
varsendaggrohh this might be it03:29
trygglch: Sure you can have multiple sources of audio playing at the same time? :)03:29
varsendaggr Cannot open /var/lib/alsa/asound.state for writing'...03:29
varsendaggrtrygg, currently there are only 779 people in this room that you are better than03:30
varsendaggrand right befor that i have warning alsactlstore failed with blah blah03:30
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tryggStill, i wouldnt bash on the very same people that you're requesting help from.03:31
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varsendaggrdid mplayer hijack my sound card03:31
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varsendaggrtrygg, true that.  if they offer help then they are out of my bashing03:31
varsendaggrha ha ha03:31
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foohm, I am trying to bring up eth0 but I am getting an error : Error while getting interface flags. Any ideas ? Hmm. lspci shows an ethernet controller.03:32
sjbrownis there a ration between cylinders and sectors, like when you run the partitioning part of the installer?03:32
MallclerksHi everyone.  I am hoping someone here may be able to help me.  I am not a big linux user, only used it a bit with webhosting server before.  I am trying to install ubuntu and I get to where it is "installing system" and at the bottom says "Formatting swap space in partition #5 of ide2 master (hdc)  It seems to freeze at this space as it has been at 0% for over an hour, and I have tried it 3 times now.  Any suggestions what I can 03:33
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sjbrowner, i mean between cylinders and megabytes03:34
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sjbrowndoes it depend on the brand of disk?03:34
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AAAmmmm cylinder and megabytes mmm03:34
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flodinea guys i need help i have ubuntu installed i want to unlock all the folders on my backup drive is this possible03:35
AAAflodine  anything is possible, you booting from the CD?03:35
varsendaggrAAA, wait.  ubuntu can't make me breakfast03:36
AAAflodine  what kind of filesystem?03:36
varsendaggrnot yet03:36
AAAvarsendaggr  oh yes it can...03:36
AAAvarsendaggr  depens on what you eat for breakfast :)03:36
AAAflodine  and it didn't mount t auto?03:36
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AAAflodine  do >mount03:37
sjbrownah.  i meant ratio, not ration03:37
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flodineAAA the drive is mounted i just want to unlock all the folders on the drive03:37
AAAflodine  what are the perms on the files? ls -ld /mnt/wherever03:38
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agtIs anyone using the latest svn of xfce on ubuntu? is there a script to install, or premade debs? ... i remember there used to be03:38
cryptic^zazeemneed 6v6 scrim now any map #crypt1c03:38
AAAagt  isn't there an install script in the root dir of the svn checkout?03:39
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flodineAAA there root 00003:39
flodineAAA i just want all of them to be user03:39
zubwolfwhy is it such a pain to get the nvidia driver installed on dapper, my card is an geforce 4mx, dont matter which kernel i use, dont matter if i install the ubuntu pkg (and edit my xorg.conf like the readme tells), or i download the driver directly from the nvidia site and compile it (it mostly jsut refuse to compile(sometimes it dont, and it seems okay, but starting X results in "the nvidia modules cannot be found"))03:40
AAAflodine  that is your problem. you need to >chown flodine.flodine -R /mnt/whereever03:40
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AAAflodine  or whatever your user name is on that box03:40
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flodineAAA but how do do all at one time03:40
agtAAA, don't think so ... theres autogen.sh files in each module's directory, but i used to use a script that automated the whole thing.03:40
AAAflodine  you will need to sudo that cmd03:40
Fensterhey guys.. I hit delete on a file on a ntfs drive and it didnt prompt me if I wanted to delete03:41
zubwolfhangin there for hours, just trying to install that crap...03:41
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Fensterand it doesnt seem to be in the trash03:41
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Fensteris it gone gone???03:41
AAAagt  no idea, check the doc's on their website.  the autogen.sh script should get your started?03:41
neuroeso how much more crowded has this room become reciently? =] 03:41
agtAAA,  thanks03:42
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eyequeue!ntfs > Fenster03:42
flodineAAA there got to be a way to unroot all the fold not just the main folder everything inside is locked to03:42
cpareGood Evening All03:42
Fenstereyequeue, .. my drives are working fine03:42
FensterI hit delete03:42
Fensterlinux didnt prompt me about deleting03:42
Fensterit just dissapeared from the folder03:43
tryggA good program for switching fonts and gtk-themes?03:43
krazykitFenster, then don't hit delete unless you want to delete something.03:43
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cpareLooking for some Easy help with something stupid I did in gnome...03:43
eyequeueFenster, the factoid was intended to point out ntfs writes are unsafe03:43
AAAflodine  that is what the -R switch is for (recursive)03:43
Fensterwell ya.. but no prompt? isnt that a linux thing03:43
eyequeueFenster, a deletion is a write03:43
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flodineAAA whats is r03:43
flodineAAA noob03:43
cpareI did a "Remove from Panel" on GAIM so now it doesn't minimize to the tray - can someone show mw how to get it back?03:44
krazykitFenster, no.  you can rm your whole / without a prompt03:44
Fensterthere is no way to convert the drives is there?03:44
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Fensterwithout moving all the data03:44
krazykitFenster, not without losing all the data03:44
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Elephantflodine:  chmod -R go=rwx folder03:44
Fensteris ext3 pretty darn good?03:44
AAAflodine  like I said. chmod -R username.username /folder will recursivley change the file/folder perms in /folder03:44
Fensteras far as data storage?03:44
krazykitFenster, yeah.  ext3 is excellent03:44
agttrygg, gtk-theme-switch ? thats if you don't want to use the gnome tools03:44
eyequeueFenster, it is the default, yes03:44
jribcpare: did you remove the notificationo area from the panel?  right click on the panel and try adding it back03:44
Soccrmastrwell, since xubuntu channel is dead I was hoping i can find some help here03:44
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FensterI just might do it03:45
tryggagt: thanks. :)03:45
UKMatthas anyone had any experience doing some serious partition changing?03:45
eyequeue!anyone > UKMatt03:45
neuroei've had experiences03:45
cparethat was it jrib - Thanks03:45
jribcpare: np03:45
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ElephantWhat are you trying to do, UKMatt?03:46
cparethis IRC is so great03:46
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SoccrmastrOk, can someone help me with xubuntu03:46
neuroecpare, you should try EfNet03:46
krazykitSoccrmastr, just ask.03:46
Soccrmastryes well I am new to linux so will probably ask very n00b questions03:47
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UKMattI have a windows NTFS and a gnome ub partition, and I decided i'm gonna make the switch to almost 100% UB, so I wanted to drop the size of my windows partition down significantly, up UB and make a FAT32 for Music/Doc/All that, and I've looked at resizing partitions before and it tells me their locked (probably because in use)03:47
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toddobryanDoes anyone know where I can get a driver for an IBM Infoprint 1332 printer?03:47
SoccrmastrI installed xubuntu, then ran the command  for getting the xubuntu interfaces, but after it does a lot of stuff I get an error03:47
neuroeUKMatt, get partion magic on a floppy or boot disk03:48
UKMattas in .iso?03:48
Soccrmastrthat says "media change: please insert the disc labeled 'xubuntu 6.06.1 _drapper drake_-Release 1386 (20060807)'"03:48
epitronUKMatt: you can also boot your ubuntu CD as a live CD and partition your drive from that03:48
UKMattneuroe, and what, that loads as an image and I do it from outisde an OS?03:48
neuroethat's not a very linuxy answer but it's easy03:48
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Soccrmastrso i insert the CD I used to install, press enter. at 99% percent I just get another error03:48
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eyequeueSoccrmastr, it looks like it is trying to install something it needs03:48
UKMattepitron, to boot it as a live CD do i just load it as i did initially?03:49
catadoxashey I have some prob with my opengl I use a x600 radeon and have the xorg-driver-fglrx installed and konfigured03:49
catadoxassitll i dont have any opengl03:49
epitronUKMatt: if it's dapper, yes. if it's breezy, i don't remember :)03:49
catadoxasany help?03:49
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epitronUKMatt: there's a startup menu when you put the CD in03:49
UKMattepitron, breezy didn't but dapper does, i know what you mean03:49
epitron(boot the cd, rather)03:49
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unityis there a command-line program to record everything that is 1. going into my mic, and 2. coming out of my speakers? simultaneously?03:49
drakonen_k now i try here wit crapy english lol03:49
UKMattepitron, i really liked how they changed that in dapper03:49
manmadhai can not play mp3 files in ubuntu.......can any one help me...?i have installed w32 codecs.03:49
eyequeueSoccrmastr, does your cd have an option to check its integrity?  (boot from it)03:49
epitronunity: hrmm.. i'd imagine so.. :)03:50
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Soccrmastryeah it can boot from the CD thats how I installed in the first place03:50
UKMattmanmadha, are they .mp3's or are you just using that as a general term for music files03:50
epitronunity: you're going to need alsa to do that, at least03:50
epitronunity: perhaps Jack03:50
eyequeue!mp3 > manmadha03:50
drakonen_some1 knows an good easy cvs prog for ubuntu ? easy to use for an linux noob plz ^^03:50
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epitronUKMatt: yeah, dapper is the shiznit03:50
ElephantI recommend subversion03:50
UKMattepitron, now what about having a FAT32, i've heard thats bad and good03:50
ElephantIt's meant to fix all of the flaws of cvs03:51
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Soccrmastrmaybe I need to ask a diffrent question now, because I am not even completely sure I was using right commands03:51
rpedrocatadoxas, does it mention 'Mesa (...) indirect(...)' when you run fglrxinfo in a terminal?03:51
manmadhaUKMatt, in local site when i clicked on the songs then automatically it is openning with totem03:51
agtSoccrmastr, whats the second error you get? asking for the cd again?03:51
ElephantUKMatt:  There's a win32 driver for reading ext3...hang on a sec...03:51
VDR/whois $me03:51
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UKMattelephant, i've heard of it, is it reliable03:51
Soccrmastrwell no, the second error is like, hdc: drive not ready03:51
Soccrmastror soemthing03:51
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UKMattelephant, it popped up on digg a month or two ago03:52
manmadhaeyequeue, to listen the songs in localsite (automatically openning with totem when clicked on it....)03:52
catadoxasi only ran it with | grep rendering03:52
Soccrmastrafter I install xubuntu, and log in, what commands should be used to start up the inerface03:52
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catadoxasmesa indirekt03:53
unityepitron: what if i'm not running the jack soundserver, will it still work?03:53
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Did you install it on top of a server install you mean?03:53
manmadhaUKMatt, eyequeue but it can play the mp3 songs in my system.....plz help me03:53
UKMattAnd also, I put on VMWare Server edition to take a look at SUSE, for me to get rid of that, what do i do?03:53
catadoxasdisplay: :0.0  screen: 003:53
catadoxasOpenGL vendor string: Mesa project: www.mesa3d.org03:53
catadoxasOpenGL renderer string: Mesa GLX Indirect03:53
catadoxasOpenGL version string: 1.2 (1.5 Mesa 6.4.1)03:53
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catadoxasthats my outout03:53
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SoccrmastrNo, I installed off the disc, but it had to install in low memory mode03:53
drakonen_hmmm seams not ok back to google lol03:53
UKMattmanmadha, what can't it play?03:53
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rpedrocatadoxas, there is an howto at ubuntuforums.org that will maybe help you fix that problem, at least it worked for me. Search for 'ati mesa issue' and you'll probably found it03:54
unityepitron: apparently not. i have no soundserver running afaik, then is this not possible?03:54
ElephantUKM:  I'm not sure about reliability, but it looks to be worth checking out03:54
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tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: And you don't get a pretty login screen by default when you boot?  Just a command line?03:54
Soccrmastrjust command line03:54
catadoxasthx a lot03:54
rpedrocatadoxas, DON'T paste here!03:54
UKMattelephant, yeah, i'd imagine it isn't the best, so it seems just more straight forward to partition03:54
loststar4545i want test thos microphone i have what program can i use to record  my voice03:55
Soccrmastrbut I am supposed tot ype command to open the interface according to the guide on ubuntu website03:55
rpedro!pastebin > catadoxas03:55
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ElephantSoccrmastr:  If you have the GUI stuff installed, type "startx" after you've logged in03:55
manmadhaIn our local site he put some songs in mp3 format.....when i clicked on it it is openning with totem displaying the error""no input plugins to handle this....""03:55
Soccrmastrsays, use xserver, or startxfce4 but neither work03:55
rpedrocatadoxas, np ;)03:55
Soccrmastrstartx doesnt work either03:56
manmadhaUKMatt, In our local site he put some songs in mp3 format.....when i clicked on it it is openning with totem displaying the error""no input plugins to handle this....""03:56
RamiKassabhey guys, is it better to install php4 or php5 for apache2? I saw some articles online outlining how to run both (one as a module and the other as cgi) but what is the benefit behind doing this? Thanks guys!03:56
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: To get the login manager (I'm going to guess it uses XDM), try 'sudo /etc/init.d/xdm start'.03:56
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catadoxaswhat ubuntu forums do you mean03:56
catadoxason the user contributed I dont find anything03:56
iturkhi there !! how can i set the locales using some bash commands ??03:56
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Does the command startx exist and not work or not exist?03:56
Soccrmastrsays command not found03:57
Soccrmastrfor both03:57
ardchoilleSoccrmastr: Are you typing start x or startx ?03:57
rpedrocatadoxas, the first page03:57
SoccrmastrI migth ahve emssed up when editing the soruce lsit03:57
rpedrocatadoxas, do a search03:57
SoccrmastrIm using startx03:57
drakonen_some1 knows an good easy cvs prog for ubuntu ? easy to use for an linux noob plz ^^03:57
rockzmancan anyone support me with cedega?03:57
eyequeueiturk, sudo dpkg-reconfigure locales03:57
catadoxasfound it sorry im kinda tired03:57
SoccrmastrIn the tutorial on ubuntu.com guide I mess up at this step: Uncomment the universe repository line (search for universe and uncomment that line by deleting the '#' character) (use 'x' to delete a character in vim)03:58
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: This does not sound good...  Everything seemed to go okay during the install though?03:58
iturkeyequeue: i used before and i can only set time !! how can i set language also ??03:58
rpedrocatadoxas, if I were you, I would maybe skip to the troubleshooting section and save a couple of reboots03:58
fooIs there anyway I can tell rsvt that I have a dark background like in vim? When I do ls the dir's are blue and it's kind of hard to read.03:58
rockzmancan anyone support me with cedega?03:58
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Could you give a link to the tutorial you're referring to so I can see it?03:58
eyequeueiturk, ?03:59
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rpedrorockzman, /join #cedega03:59
rockzmanrpedro: vlw03:59
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rpedrorockzman, ?03:59
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rockzmanrpedro: i thought u were from brazil because ur nick name is a brazilian name ^^04:00
rockzmanthen i spoke br rpedro04:00
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Soccrmastrok now during install, first it went to low memory installation, OK good, continue. Then I get, CD error or soemthing, something about release file not found. so ic ontinued and everythign stillw ent fine04:00
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rpedrorockzman, portugal, meu :P04:00
Soccrmastrthis si teh guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingXubuntu04:00
rpedrorpedro, lol04:00
rockzmanrpedro: =)04:00
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Elephantwb UKMatt04:00
chakra85can someone help me with a question about symlinks?04:00
justin_Does anyone know how to reset Terminal/Console to show files/dirs horizontally instead of vertically?04:00
UKMattwhats the bash for removing a program?04:00
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UKMattI have VMware and can't get it off through synaptic04:01
Elephantrm filename04:01
eyequeueUKMatt, dpkg --purge foo04:01
SoccrmastrCDROM does not seem to contain a valid 'release' file, or that file could not be read correctly04:01
Soccrmastrthats the error i get04:01
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Elephanterr, listen to eyequeue - my reply applies to single files04:01
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eyequeueUKMatt, sudo dpkg --purge foo04:01
iturkeyequeue: http://pastebin.ca/13371904:01
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chakra85UKMatt sudo apt-get remove foo04:02
tichdoes anyone use amarok with gnome of xfce?04:02
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snoopsyes tich04:02
Soccrmastralso might poitn out I didnt follow the guide exactly, i followed from step 504:02
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UKMattchakra85, eyequeue, foo?04:02
chakra85UKMatt, apparently, not apt-get04:02
Soccrmastrand also just messed up badly at same step04:02
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tryggWhat does gtk2-chtheme come with?04:03
Brokensteinhow do i find the device id for my video? i have a laptop with geforce2go04:03
prophetwhats the equvalant of DC++ on here04:03
steve_Laptopwere do I go to repair this? postfix: fatal: myorigin parameter setting must not contain multiple values: homefront.homefrontus.com, localhost.homefrontus.com, localhost04:03
justin_Does anyone know how to reset Terminal/Console to show files/dirs horizontally instead of vertically?04:03
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto04:03
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tichsnoops, when i try to run certain features amarok tries to open a kde app how do i change what app it loads?04:03
eyequeueUKMatt, sudo dpkg --purge packagename04:03
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krazykitprophet, valknut04:03
snoopswhich features tich?04:03
chakra85UKMatt, i would go with the dpkg --purge; also, foo is sort of a generic standin for a name04:03
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GoonSquadi installed ubuntu and im at the login screen everytime i try to login, it tells me "Administrators are not allowed to login at this screen" what do i do? I dont know any other pws04:03
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iturkhttp://pastebin.ca/133719 <- can someone give me some help with this error ??04:04
prophetfor some reason it keeps stitting at "waiting"04:04
chakra85so... anyone know alot about symlinks?04:04
Brokensteinim trying to set up xgl and i dont wanna assume its at PCI:1:0:0 but i dont know how to check04:04
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UKMatteyequeue, chakra85, i put it on a while ago and don't remember the package name, how do i pull taht up04:04
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Doing some reading...04:04
Soccrmastrok thanks :\04:04
GoonSquadi installed ubuntu and im at the login screen everytime i try to login, it tells me "Administrators are not allowed to login at this screen" what do i do? I dont know any other pws04:04
GoonSquadi installed ubuntu and im at the login screen everytime i try to login, it tells me "Administrators are not allowed to login at this screen" what do i do? I dont know any other pws04:04
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eyequeueiturk, it sounds like you don't have the pt package installed, but i don't know their names04:04
justin_GoonSquad: DO not flood too much.. wait a little bit before asking again, c'mon..04:04
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krazykitGoonSquad, no need to spam.  try logging in as your regular user rather than as root04:04
iturkeyequeue: i will check04:05
GoonSquadkrazykit thats th eonly account info tha ti know04:05
Clinton__Anyone have a URL to the recommended and up to date method of installing w32codecs?04:05
snoopstich, isn't the only thing it opens externally is konqueror? Which can naturally be changed in settings>configur amarok>general04:05
ikarugahello all04:05
chakra85UKMatt, how important is it to use the bash command. can you just use the synaptic package manager?04:05
GoonSquadkrazykit thats the account info and passworsd i set04:05
eyequeueiturk, if you find them, install them and it should clear itself up04:05
krazykitGoonSquad, then drop to a virtual terminal, log in as root there, and make yourself a regular user.04:05
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: The guide talks about starting from an Ubuntu server install - did you do that, or get a Xubuntu CD instead of an Ubuntu one?04:05
UKMattchakra85, its not at all, i removed everything i could find in synaptic though and its still there04:05
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krazykitGoonSquad, by that, i mean make a new user that isn't root.04:05
salahwhat is the default password of mysql?04:05
SoccrmastrI started at stepm 5 because I installed from CD04:06
GoonSquadkrazykit how04:06
eyequeueiturk, #ubuntu-pt may know04:06
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GoonSquadi cant even get pass th elogin screen04:06
chakra85UKMatt, ooh... ok, i have no idea then. i'm sort of a beginner too04:06
Maper-Nituse "automatix" to instal w32codes04:06
Soccrmastrbut I also screwed up bad at Step 504:06
Clinton__Maper-Nit: thank you04:06
justin_Ahh.. I get it now..04:06
tichsnoops, yeah it seems to only be the browser, i didn't see that setting before but i'll check it out again.04:06
krazykitGoonSquad, log in in a virtual terminal: hit ctrl-alt-f2 and log in there.04:06
justin_It is because I have file names that are too long to display horizontally :D04:06
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UKMattHa so did anyone see the Mac WWDC, they announced "Spaces" and I was like - pshh, UB has had that, keep up Steve04:07
GoonSquadi pressed that and i only get a blinkin cursor..04:07
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Which CD, how exactly did you install, and how did you screw up at 5?04:07
ardchoillejustin_: try ls -l ?04:07
wrightplacesalah usually there is no default mysql password04:07
justin_Yup, I was right :)04:07
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justin_ardchoille: I found the problem, my file names were too long so .. they displayed vertically instead.04:07
justin_fixed :)04:07
ardchoilleok :)04:08
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GoonSquadkrazykit whats another way to do it04:08
Soccrmastrto a CD04:08
chakra85can you override a file using a ln -s? i.e. if a file exists, but i don't want to use a different file of the same name instead.04:08
ikarugai'm having problems w/ dapper. Breezy was running fine. I'm running all the same progs as before but now it hangs when I leave the CPU alone. I'm not running nothing fancy:04:08
ikarugaoffice: scribus, adobe, lyx, texmacs04:08
ikarugamultimedia: amarok, qdvdauthor04:08
ikarugainternet: didwiki, apache2, php404:08
ikarugaThe only new thing I'm doing is using aptitude + graphics accel. (nvidia drivers)04:08
krazykitGoonSquad, chroot into your system from a liveCD and make a new user from there04:08
Soccrmastrand at step 5 I wasnt sure which # to delete, so i deleted a couple random things bya ccident, then some things happened, so i just shut down lol04:08
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tichsnoops, the browser doesn't seem to be an option in the general tab.04:08
Soccrmastrand after I put on Cd I did OEM install04:09
alakritichakra85: what are you trying to do?04:09
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Why OEM?04:09
Soccrmastrwhich went into the low memory install04:09
SoccrmastrOEM I wasnt sure, a friend told me to04:09
Soccrmastrbut that friend only used ubntu not xubuntu so he said he wasnt sure04:09
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Do you have anything significant invested in this install so far that makes you hesitant to just redo it?04:09
GoonSquadim in as root04:09
GoonSquadin a bash screen04:09
GoonSquadwhat command can i type04:09
GoonSquadto get a new04:09
Soccrmastrno id ont care I can redo it04:10
eyequeue!rootsudo > GoonSquad04:10
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Soccrmastrill try to do it again04:10
drakonen_some1 knows an good easy cvs prog for ubuntu ? easy to use for an linux noob plz ^^04:10
krazykitGoonSquad, the enter key is not the spacebar.  check out the man page for adduser04:10
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chakra85alakriti, i have a file that i need to customize, but everytime i upgrade the program it overwrites the customized file04:10
Soccrmastrok reinstalling now04:10
Soccrmastruse OEM install?04:10
chakra85alakriti, so i want to just point to another file instead of having to deal with the copy/paste everytime i upgrade04:11
eyequeueno oem04:11
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chakra85alakriti, this isn't super important or anything, because it's only one file... but i'd like to know if it's possible04:11
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Okay, here's the deal: That guide is meant for people that don't have the specific Xubuntu install CD, which allows you to use one of the ShipIt ones, but is much more complicated.  If you already have the ISO you said burned, you should be able to just ignore pretty much all of that.  I don't think you need to do OEM, but maybe check if there are other special options that point you to a low-memory mode.04:11
Soccrmastrtheres text mode install04:12
Soccrmastrand install a server04:12
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: You should be able to just put the CD in, tell it a few quick things after saying low-mem, let it do it's thing, and reboot after it tells you to and be set to go.04:12
Soccrmastrya that happened04:12
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Don't bother with server.  Just normal.04:12
Soccrmastrwith OEM04:12
Soccrmastrbut then it open to command line04:12
eyequeueSoccrmastr, text mode04:12
Soccrmastrso text install04:12
alakritii still think im confused. so you have a file /usr/bin/application  this is being upgraded by your distro. but you need to use a different version of this file?04:12
tonyyarussoeyequeue: Is text mode install off the alternate the same as a "lom memory" install do you know?04:13
ikarugaanyone else had problems with dapper freezing? I know it's a bit of a vague problem but the last thing I want to do is painstakingly reinstall everything.04:13
eyequeuetonyyarusso, i know oem on the alternate causes hangs, but text mode worked :)04:13
Soccrmastrstill get low memory emssage but continuing04:13
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eyequeuetonyyarusso, i think text mode had an option for lowmem, not the default04:14
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wrightplaceikaruga I did have some problems of freezing when I tried KDE on ubuntu, after getting rid of ALL of it, no more problems04:14
tonyyarussoeyequeue: Ah, I see.04:14
alakritichakra85: or you are using this application in a different folder with customized config files etc. and you just need the application in this directory to symbolically point to the version that gets upgraded?04:14
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: Do you see options for that install in the text-mode?04:15
wrightplacestill need to get rid of startup splash screen04:15
ikarugawrightplace: thanx rightplace, but I'm using GNOME04:15
Soccrmastryes it looks exactly the same04:15
Soccrmastras OEM04:15
steve_Laptopwere postfix parameter setting04:15
Soccrmastrstill getting the CD DOES nto contain valid 'release' file04:15
SoccrmastrI am even using a new CD re-burned one04:15
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ardchoilleSoccrmastr: I'd guess it is a bad burn04:16
chakra85alakriti, was there a first part to that? "or are you using this app..."04:16
Soccrmastrthen after that I click continue, I get, "An instalaltion step has failed, he failign step is: Detect and mount CD-ROM"04:16
eyequeueor a bad iso d/l04:16
bruenigSoccrmastr, did you check the md5?04:16
ikarugacould the nvidia legacy drivers cause hanging? It seems to work fine---3D games run fine. Could the screensaver be causing it to freeze?04:16
Soccrmastrbut after I try again it just does it fine04:16
alakritichakra85: <alakriti> i still think im confused. so you have a file /usr/bin/application  this is being upgraded by your distro. but you need to use a different version of this file?04:16
Soccrmastrmd5 um.... no04:16
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bruenigSoccrmastr, if downloaded the iso via http or ftp, you probably ought to check its md5sum04:17
bruenig!iso > Soccrmastr04:17
Soccrmastrhow lol??04:17
heinouskylehelp me04:17
ikarugais there some kind of debug program I can run to find the cause of the hanging?04:17
ubotuTo mount an .iso image: sudo mount -o loop my.iso /some/mountpoint - bin/cue can be converted to iso with bchunk  .iso images of Ubuntu CDs can be downloaded from http://releases.ubuntu.com Always verify the .iso before burning, see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/VerifyIsoHowto or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows04:17
chakra85alakriti, so i have a file  /var/www/local/settings.php, there is an application at /var/www/site/app/settings.php04:17
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heinouskylei'm not able to use the arrow keys on the keyboard to move the cursor in text04:18
phiber_opticany ideas why when I download ubuntu when I do the checksum its not the same04:18
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bruenigheinouskyle, what program?04:18
heinouskylein all applications04:18
phiber_opticits like the 7th time that I downalod04:18
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eyequeuephiber_optic, 6.06.1?04:19
alakritiso you want /var/www/site/app/settings.php to point to /var/www/local/settings.php ?04:19
alakritichakra85: so you want /var/www/site/app/settings.php to point to /var/www/local/settings.php ?04:19
heinouskylebreunig, i don't even know where to start in solving this problem04:19
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Soccrmastrim also not sure if I need to add "exclude port 0x800-0x8ff" says used for msot dell laptops which i am using04:20
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto04:20
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Soccrmastrbut I added it anyway04:20
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bruenigheinouskyle, assuming your arrow keys actually work which unless you can verify that with another OS might not be true, I can't imagine why it wouldn't work unless you have some weird keyboard that x couldn't recognize or gave you a bad driver for04:20
heinouskylei was using them to play games earlier in windows04:20
alakritichakra86: ln -s /var/www/local/settings.php /var/www/site/app/settins.php , if that is what you are trying to do. then essentially they are the same file. if you operate on the symlink you are operating on the orignal file.04:20
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heinouskylei have a standard keyboard too04:21
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rgghi,can someone help me with a problem with open office...without telling me to go to #openoffice.org?04:22
rggor,am i even allowed to ask questions about OO here?04:22
heinouskylebruenig, i'm pretty sure it has something to do with gnome keyboard shortcuts because earlier i tried to set up the shortcuts for media04:22
heinouskylelike using the pause button to pause/play my music04:23
fooerr, I am getting this; The following packages have unmet dependencies: mplayer-nogui: Depends: libggi2 (>= 1:2.0.5) but it is not installable04:23
fooE: Broken packages04:23
fooAny ideas?04:23
chakra85alakriti, does it work the other way? if i operate on the original file with that change the symlink?04:23
rggi am running ubuntu,and on #openoffice.org nobody answers then... :P04:23
bruenigheinouskyle, well disable the shortcuts, that is probably it, you assigned the arrow keys to perform that function and now they wont work in other functions04:23
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heinouskylei did that already, bruenig, but still no good04:23
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heinouskyleeven after a restart04:24
chakra85alakriti, because if it doesn't, i can upgrade the app without worrying about the customized file right?04:24
heinouskylei don't know what else i could possible try04:24
bruenigyou clicked on every shortcut and hit backspace?04:24
flasherin abiword, how do i do that horizontal line that goes from end to end? Am needing it for a resume04:24
heinouskylemost of the shortcuts i cleared04:24
alakritichakra85: is you open the symlink in a browser it is actually opening the orignal. so if you make changes to it, its modifying the orignal04:24
bruenigdo all of them,04:24
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bruenigunless you are need them and are absolutely certain they don't conflict04:25
heinouskylei just cleared everything04:25
chakra85alakriti, oh, ok... so there's no way to *override* the original with a symlink04:25
heinouskylestill isn't working04:25
robertjflasher: I don't know anything about Abi Word but you might search the help file for "Horizontal Rule"04:25
heinouskyledo i have to restart gnome or X?04:25
bruenigheinouskyle, you could try to run sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and accept all of the defaults, that is all I got left04:25
flashersorry, i accidentaly shut down this ubuntu chat room window. if you had sain something about abiword and making lines, pls say so again04:25
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flasherrobertj: thanks04:25
bruenigis abiword better04:26
bruenigthan openoffice04:26
alakritichakra85: so what you are trying to do is replace all the files in the install directory except that one?04:26
heinouskylethanks, bruenig, i'm sure i'll get it sorted eventually04:26
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robertjbruenig: is a train better than a car?04:26
eyequeueflasher, in html, it is <hr> you might try that?04:26
chakra85alakriti, yeah04:26
flasherbruenig: i don't know, but it's what comes wih xubuntu04:26
unixlo all04:26
ardchoillechakra85: The only thing a symlink does is point to the original file, then the synlinks' job is done.04:26
tonyyarussoSoccrmastr: How's the md5 check coming?04:26
unixwhy no ops around ?04:26
Soccrmastrhavent donme it yet heh sorry04:26
eyequeueunix, freenode04:26
Soccrmastrwas tryign tor einstall first04:26
robertjunix: they were all ircing as root and got banned04:26
brueniga train is set to a track04:26
bruenigcars can go anywhere04:26
ardchoilleunix: They're incognito ;)04:26
eyequeueunix, no need to oper until something comes up04:27
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flashereyequeue: when i type that, i just see the code! 8-)04:27
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flashereyequeue: what am i doing wrong?04:27
fooerr, I am getting this; The following packages have unmet dependencies: mplayer-nogui: Depends: libggi2 (>= 1:2.0.5) but it is not installable .. broken packages. I am on ubuntu, any ideas?04:27
chakra85alakriti, i see. well thanks for teaching me all about symlinks.. haha. i guess my attempt at being lazy failed04:27
chakra85alakriti, thanks for trying though04:27
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eyequeueflasher, abiword might not interpret html unless in a special mode?04:27
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FunnyLookinHatfoo, you probably just need to update your /etc/apt/sources.list file...04:27
eyequeueflasher, abiword might not interpret html at all, i don't know04:28
fooFunnyLookinHat: with what?04:28
FunnyLookinHatfoo, Could you paste what that file currently has for me in paste.ubuntu-nl.org04:28
ubuntu__can u get to hard disk from liveCD bootup?04:28
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FunnyLookinHatfoo, to see it's contents, simply type "gedit /etc/apt/sources.list" in a terminal window04:28
bruenigit looks like the error might indicate that installing libggi2 is necessary depedency but that it would conflict with something else you already have or that it is not in any of your sources04:28
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alakritichakra85: you could always symlink all the files in the directory to the application directory *except* for the settings.php so that when you overwrite them it works04:30
heinouskylei've just gixed my problem04:30
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flashereyequeue: http://www.abisource.com/help/en-US/howto/howtoweb.html04:30
heinouskylei had to restart Gnome or the X server, dont' know which04:30
technelWhen I run the command: "tar -czvf 08-15-2006.tar.gz /home/michael/sapp", it creates the tar/gz file, except it adds in the /home/michael/sapp directories. I want the "sapp" directory to be the first directory after you extract the archive...what am I doing wrong?04:30
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dribbleanybody know of a gstreamer10 applet that does cross codec conversions?04:30
chakra85alakriti, interesting... so install the app in a different place and symlink everythign except settings.php04:30
ychhelp, how do i shutdown my computer? it doesnt have an xserver, and when i do halt it says i must be superuser04:31
chakra85alakriti, i'll try that. thanks04:31
flasherand there is a web layout04:31
alakritichakra85: yeah04:31
ychsudo doesnt help04:31
ardchoilletechnel: cd /home/michael and then do the tar command04:31
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bruenigych, do sudo shutdown -h now04:31
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technelardchoille, Yeah, but then I have to do "-f /my/long/directory/for/backups/08-15-2006.tar.gz sapp" :(04:31
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ychand im off to bed ;)04:32
ardchoilletechnel: cd /home/michael && tar czvf 08-15-2006.tar.gz sapp04:32
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sycronOk, so I just took the leap of faith.04:33
ubotuPlease don't use public away messages or change your nick to 'someone|away'.  We know you're away when you don't respond to messages. Also see !guidelines04:33
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ardchoilletechnel: sorry, do this:  cd /home/michael && tar czvf /some/path/08-15-2006.tar.gz sapp04:33
sycronWindows is gone forever, no dual-boot or anything.04:33
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FunnyLookinHatsycron, YES!04:33
ardchoillesycron: YAY! :)04:33
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technelardchoille, Yeah, ok ... thanks04:33
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sycronAlright, first newbie question. How do I add mp3 support?04:34
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about RestrictedFormats - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:35
eyequeue!mp3 > sycron04:35
angel12where does apt-get download files?04:35
eyequeueangel12, /var/cache/apt/archives/04:35
ardchoilleangel12: downloads them from the online repos to /etc/apt/archives/04:35
sycronMany thanks04:36
angel12awesome thanks guys04:36
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ardchoilleangel12: downloads them from the online repos to /var/cache/apt/archives/04:36
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phiber_opticdoes anybody know why when I download somthing the md5 is not the same?04:36
casltewindxxHello everyone, I am looking to customize my shell04:36
ardchoille!away > eno04:36
casltewindxxI just loaded ubuntu04:36
phiber_opticand Ive tried to download more than 5 times from different mirrios04:36
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ardchoillephiber_optic: What are you using to download?04:37
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phiber_opticright now im in windows04:37
phiber_opticso im using the webbroser04:37
ardchoilleheh, figures04:37
casltewindxxdo I need to surce bash.bashrc from .profile or profile04:38
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casltewindxxI have just cat bash.bashrc and its in a if statement already...04:38
bruenigcastlewindxx, not much into customizing shell, but I remember editing ~/.bashrc for a few aliases if that is what you mean04:38
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phiber_opticarchoille any hints??04:39
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ardchoilleNo, sorry, I haven't touched Windows since 199904:40
bruenighavent touched at all?04:40
bruenigthat seems unlikely04:40
bruenigno school or work or anything04:40
eyequeuebruenig, why?  i never did04:40
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ardchoillebruenig: I haven't touched Windows since 1999.. I can do everything I need to do in Ubuntu, no need for Windows04:41
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meuserjyeah, I've barely touched windows since like 9804:41
flashertoo bad abiword can't save files as pdf. 8- (04:41
bruenigI touched it today at school, seems like if you ever use any other computer, you are likely to have to use windows, I only use it when I have to, when it is on somebody else's computer04:41
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TheGamehave u guys seen the orange ubuntu wallpaper thats a copy of the mac wallpaper04:41
phiber_opticany other ideas why when I download its corrupted?04:42
ardchoillebruenig: That's what LiveCD's are for ;)04:42
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eyequeuebruenig, you may need to burn yourself a livecd to carry ;)04:42
bruenigphiber_optic, used bittorrent04:42
flasheris there an online service that can transform an abiword file OR a doc file into PDF?04:42
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JDStoneI'm having problems with xserver04:42
eyequeueardchoille, heh04:42
unkn0wn2umy sound card doesn't work after i upgraded to 6.06 i modpobed snd_vi82xx and dmesg doesnt show too much04:42
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JDStoneI'm getting errors when trying to start X04:42
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flashereyequeue: i can save abiword file as html. so maybe i'l add <hr> into the html formatted file. thanks for the tip04:42
bruenigardchoille, not sure the librarian would like to see my booting a disk on the school's computer as incompetent as she is, she is still likely to pick up on that04:42
xceptiona1I just installed ubuntu on a windows xp home computer, after the install it had me remove the cd and reboot...but it just boots back to windows home, it doesnt go to GRUB?04:43
eyequeueflasher, yeah, view it with lynx or something to confirm i have it right of course04:43
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bruenigubuntu's live cd is a bit slow, I could use one of the faster one's I suppose and carry it with me, like dreamlinux or the like04:43
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ardchoillebruenig: If I can't use Linux (be it a LiveCD or an installed Ubuntu system) I won't use the computer.04:44
eyequeuebruenig, for me, i think i'd just need ssh on one, then ssh to home, not sure if that's an option for you or not04:44
bruenigJDStone, what is the error04:44
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tonyyarussoI'm looking for someone who's used a digital projector.  Re: tty vs. X output.04:46
JDStonebruenig: could not open default font 'fixed'04:46
bruenignot an option for me unfortunately as we can't put disks in the computers, I think they fear viruses04:46
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xceptiona1any ideas how to get GRUB to override XP Home?04:46
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ubotugrub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto04:46
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ardchoillebruenig: Well, they're not very intelligent then.. maybe you should enlighten them about Ubuntu :)04:47
bruenigUsing Internet Explorer was great though, no tabs or anything04:47
bruenigdidn't have to deal with the headache of multiple tabs and complexities they bring04:47
azurealbruenig, sarcasm04:47
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azurealyour sarcasm is drowning me ;)04:47
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MrParanoiawell, i just installed utbuntu 6.06 but it didn't allow me to set a root password - so, i can't do any root operations04:48
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eyequeue!rootsudo > MrParanoia04:48
ardchoille!rootsudo > MrParanoia04:48
xceptiona1anyone know how to fix windows overriding grub?04:48
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eyequeueMrParanoia, we don't want root in ubuntu04:48
bruenigardchoille, yeah I kind of think it unlikely for them to change as there are probably 400+ computers in the school and they all run windows attendance software and even if I told them about linux, they would probably say "so this runs in windows or what?"04:48
eyequeue!grub > xceptiona104:48
MrParanoiahow do i set the time then?04:48
JDStonebruenig: the error is "could not open default font 'fixed'"04:49
eyequeueMrParanoia, read the page the bot sent you04:49
McNutellahello, if some ass gets comfy on my wifi network, is there anything i can do to mess their system up a little for fun ?04:49
bruenigJDStone, no idea04:49
azurealMrParanoia, there's a way to set up root if you want ;)04:49
MrParanoiaonly rot, sudo or su will do that04:49
ardchoilleMrParanoia: Please read the links ubotu sent you04:49
bruenigI know fonts is at System>Preferences>fonts04:49
MrParanoiarot == root04:49
JDStoneok, thanks bruenig04:49
azureal*cough* sudo su *cough cough*04:49
bruenigmaybe mess around in there04:49
ardchoilleazureal: Please don't tell people how to enable the root account. It's not supported config and can cause problems later04:49
MrParanoiaardchoille> i didn't get it04:49
eyequeueazureal, that is deprecated in this channel, please don't advise that04:49
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.04:50
azurealit is?!04:50
eyequeueazureal, very04:50
azurealwhat kind of debian system is this =)04:50
eyequeueazureal, ubuntu04:50
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eyequeueazureal, different design criteria, i guess you'd say04:50
azurealthat was actually one of my few caveats04:50
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JDStonewhat's ubuntu's X11 font package?04:51
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azurealthe whole sudo emphasis was not...pleasing to me04:51
userusermy only monitor is broken, and I want to erase my hard disk over ssh. how can i do that?04:51
eyequeueazureal, i think the "no open ports" was another04:51
bruenigazureal, you can always do sudo su04:51
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azurealbruenig, i can also 'su'04:51
bruenigindeed, those 5 characters are tough on the hands04:52
azureali might actually disable sudo su..04:52
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useruseror better yet, is it possible to do a headless installation over ssh?04:52
MrParanoiaardchoille> thanks - this is certainly different from mandriva04:52
kyefunanyone had experience with bluetooth file browsing on linux?04:52
unkn0wn2uwhats the difference between doing sudo su and su ,, root is root04:52
ardchoilleMrParanoia: Indeed.. it's much better ;)04:52
azurealsudo su goes into a log somewhere04:52
MrParanoianow, i need to get my wireless card setup04:53
eyequeuesee where this discussion leads? :(04:53
bruenigprecious disk space04:53
azurealsu --> root password      sudo su --> your passwd04:53
chattermanhello i need help, ubuntu root password ?04:53
ardchoilleunkn0wn2u: You shouldn't be able to su  because the root account is disabled04:53
eyequeuechatterman, NO NO NO04:53
eyequeue!rootsudo > chatterman04:53
chattermanwhy not ?04:53
unkn0wn2uardchoille, no i enabled mine04:53
ardchoillechatterman: use sudo04:53
azurealardchoille, what do you mean, disabled04:53
eyequeuechatterman, read the link04:53
selfharmcan someone help me share a printer installed on ubuntu server on my windows network? i have printer installed on dapper, all is well. just need to share04:53
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.04:53
bruenigchatterman, precede all commands that you need root for with 'sudo' then enter your user password04:53
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ardchoilleRead the rootsudo link folks, it explains it there04:54
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chattermanthats it ?04:54
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eyequeuechatterman, read the link, yes04:54
MrParanoiabut, i don't like using a users password for doing admin functions04:54
bruenigis shuttleworth seriously asking for donations on the forums?04:54
CelesteI have an offtopic question - but I am ubuntu user *g*04:55
azurealooh..new xine output... [mpeg4 @ 0xb653fc44] header damaged04:55
ardchoilleMrParanoia: Sorry, that's the way Ubuntu handles admin tasks04:55
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!04:55
unkn0wn2uwhy is this room so psycho about sudo vs su who cares unless your a admin on an important server , I could run as root all the time on my desktop comp cause i dont care04:55
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Celestethank you eyequeue04:55
azurealMrParanoia, you'd have to look into configuring the sudoers file04:55
eigenlambdaunkn0wn2u: maybe you could04:55
stiv2khow do i get lm-sensors working properly?  This guide i found on the forums doesn't work.04:55
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azurealto set all your sudo needs04:55
eigenlambdabut some people don't back up regularly04:55
eyequeueunkn0wn2u, you don't care means WE are attacked from your rooted box04:55
TheGamei dont back up regularly04:55
TheGameand i paid for it last night04:56
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ardchoilleeyequeue: Thank you :)04:56
JDStonehow would I get Xserver working on ubuntu-server?04:56
unkn0wn2ueyequeue, thats what i'm worried about04:56
eigenlambdaunkn0wn2u: if you really want su, just alias sudo -i to su or something04:56
JDStonewhat package(s) do I install?04:56
useruserwill rm -rf / actually succeed in wiping my disk?04:56
eyequeueunkn0wn2u, you don't care means you are the cause of countless net troubles and should take yourself offline asap04:56
ardchoilleuseruser: Not every bit of it04:56
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useruserardchoille: is there a way to do that?04:56
phiber_opticwhat is the difference between ubuntu and slack?04:56
ubotuYou might find something useful at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SensorInstallHowto04:57
ardchoilleuseruser: What exactly are you trying to do?04:57
useruserardchoille: wipe my disk04:57
sproingiephiber_optic: organization of files, the apt packaging system, the programs that come with it04:57
LaneI have two questions, is there a security channel for ubuntu that is populated, and is there a server channel for debian/ubuntu?04:57
unkn0wn2ueyequeue, your nuts my sudo account can be compromised too04:57
useruserardchoille: i'm giving away my computer, don't want to leave anything around just in case04:57
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ardchoilleuseruser: To what end? To have an empty disk?04:57
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eyequeueunkn0wn2u, your apathy does not justify spewing bad security practices in here04:57
ardchoilleuseruser: Oh, ok, I understand now04:57
phiber_opticsproingie in what sense04:58
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phiber_opticwhich is better?04:58
phargleuseruser: soak it in peanut butter to get rid of everything04:58
sproingiephiber_optic: call me biased, being in #ubuntu, but i'll say ubuntu is better04:58
azurealuseruser: just look into formatting04:58
useruserphargle: nono, it's meant to be usable :)04:58
DShepherdsproingie: your bias :-D04:58
phargleoh right, sorry :P04:58
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useruserazureal: the snag is that my monitor is on the blink, so i have to be able to do it over ssh from my laptop04:58
phiber_opticsproingie i just want to hear why is better04:58
nocti is there a way to copy files but automatically ignore those files that can't be read without doing a stat on them? thanks04:59
phiber_opticall i read in the web is slack is for the expert user rather than ubuntu for the noob04:59
eigenlambdawhich is better: windows 95 or ubuntu 6.06?04:59
eyequeueuseruser, man dd if you want to get rid of file contents as well, not just the filenames04:59
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eigenlambdaphiber_optic: ubuntu is good for xpertz too04:59
unkn0wn2ueyequeue, glad to hear your spreading goodness everywhere by yelling dont use su , change the world one user at a time huh? , kinda like jesus04:59
userusereyequeue: like dd /dev/zero + find?04:59
bruenigwindows 3.1 is pretty much the same as ubuntu 6.06 as best as I can remember04:59
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azurealeigenlambda, if you really want a challenge, try gentoo04:59
dillbertdabombhard drive not mounting help!05:00
sproingiephiber_optic: slackware has nothing like apt (which ubuntu gets from debian)05:00
ardchoillephiber_optic: The only person who can answer that question is you. I use Ubuntu because I have never had to compile anything, the repos are huge, it's stable enough for me, apt-get is fast compared to others.05:00
eyequeueunkn0wn2u, troll elsewhere05:00
eigenlambdai got n00bed by gentoo05:00
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!05:00
azurealeigenlambda, first, you get to wait 9hrs while gentoo installs ;)05:00
phiber_opticin terems of learning linux05:00
eigenlambdai needed my computer up now, not in 9hrs05:00
userusereyequeue: hm, man dd isn't too enlightening05:00
phiber_opticwhere will i learn more??05:00
eigenlambdaphiber_optic: u will learn more in ubuntu05:00
useruserphiber_optic: the rute book is good05:00
eigenlambdabecause you will learn at your own pase05:00
azurealphiber_optic, just practice.... any distro05:00
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eigenlambdarather than giving up05:00
dillbertdabombhard drive not mounting: help!!!!!!!!!!!!05:01
sproingiephiber_optic: any distribution that says "you will learn linux by using it", run.  it means it's broken, and you'll learn about fixing it05:01
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rockzmancan someone tell me how can i mount my partition to write on windows partitions05:01
dillbertdabombhard drive not mounting: help!!!!!!!!!!!!05:01
kyeyekkarnWhat's the best wa to set up a local network between an XP and a Ubuntu box?05:01
sproingiephiber_optic: the only distribution about the deep organizational voodoo of a linux distribution is Linux From Scratch05:01
phiber_opticthe thing before i was using ubuntu but I sensed that I dint learn much05:01
userusersproingie: the word run is highly ambiguous in that first sentence :P05:01
ardchoillerockzman: Are the Windows partitions NTFS?05:01
phiber_opticalthough i really liked it05:01
rockzmanardchoille: yea sure05:01
eyequeueuseruser, you worried about criminal investigations?  or just a general wipe of the drive?05:01
eigenlambdagiving n00bs choices is a recipe for disaster.  Rather, you should give them good defaults, make every change they make recoverable, and /then/ give them choices when you've told them what the differences are05:02
userusersproingie: run away or run it?05:02
sproingieuseruser: heh, good catch05:02
dillbertdabombhard drive not mounting: help!!!!!!!!!!!!05:02
phiber_opticso i research it on the net and everybody says slack its the way05:02
sproingieuseruser: depends if you're a masochist or not :)05:02
ardchoille!tell dillbertdabomb about patience05:02
eigenlambdauseruser: your ubuntu is running05:02
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dillbertdabombhard drive not mounting: help!!!!!!!!!!!!05:02
userusereyequeue: general wipe would be good enough, but just deleting partitions would leave me uncomfortable05:02
fooerr, I am getting this; The following packages have unmet dependencies: mplayer-nogui: Depends: libggi2 (>= 1:2.0.5) but it is not installable .. broken packages. I am on ubuntu, any ideas?05:02
azurealrockzman, just create a fat32 partition... it's hard to write to ntfs05:02
DShepherdplease.... guys talk your offtopic to #ubuntu-offtopic.. this is an ubuntu support channel05:02
userusereyequeue: yes, i'm running ubuntu on the victim box05:02
ardchoilledillbertdabomb: chill, someone will answer if they know05:02
coasterdude90hey I'm having problems installing ubuntu05:02
eyequeueuseruser, dd if=/dev/zero of=wherever :)05:02
bruenigcoasterdude90, what is the problem05:03
userusereyequeue: what's the wherever though?05:03
rockzmanazureal: i need to fix my windows partiition05:03
eigenlambdahm.  not mounting?  lots of possible problems... does your computer even know its there?05:03
userusereyequeue: i suspect it'll bomb if i use /dev/hda1, since that's mounted...05:03
eigenlambdais it not mounting 'cause it failed a consistency check?05:03
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coasterdude90when I I'm installing it gives me this error on I/O05:03
eyequeueuseruser, /dev/hdb7, orwhatever05:03
ToHellWithGAhep me hep me.  i would like to setup a mail exchanger (MX).  can it be any webpage on my apache server so long as it's formatted properly?05:03
dillbertdabombi guess05:03
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dillbertdabombit says i cnat access it05:03
azurealrockzman, i'm pretty sure that writing to ntfs is considered buggy/unstable05:03
sproingiephiber_optic: slack has many fanboy types who extol it, but none of them will tell you it has anything in terms of convenience features05:03
dillbertdabombto low privledge05:03
userusereyequeue: yes, but the drive i want to wipe is /05:03
eyequeueuseruser, only target the partition with dd on it last05:04
eigenlambdadillbertdabomb: ok05:04
userusereyequeue: i'll try it anyway :)05:04
rockzmanazureal: why would it be05:04
eigenlambdayou need to sudo then05:04
userusereyequeue: that's the only partition i want to wipe05:04
sproingiephiber_optic: at any rate, you can always just grab vmware player and a slackware image and try it yourself05:04
phiber_opticsproingie what do u mean05:04
eigenlambdayes, regular users aren't allowed to mount volumes05:04
eigenlambdaonly root can do that05:04
eyequeueuseruser, it should load it into memory, run, then barf, lol05:04
dillbertdabombok tried it didn't work05:04
MegaqwertyHow do I get the Synaptic Package Manager to display Alpha or Beta Packages?05:04
userusereyequeue: excellent :)05:04
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DShepherdeigenlambda: or users with admin privileges05:04
dillbertdabombi dono the password05:04
coasterdude90bruenig I've burned it 3 times and downloaded it 3 times as well05:05
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userusereyequeue: damn, nearly nuked my laptop for a moment05:05
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coasterdude90and still it has problems05:05
sproingiephiber_optic: we're really not into comparing distributions against each other here.  you pretty much have to try them out05:05
eyequeueuseruser, lol, careful :)05:05
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userusereyequeue: no go, it says permission denied even with sudo05:05
azurealrockzman, look https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions05:05
phiber_opticspringie im not comparing05:05
azurealrockzman, "*At this time, NTFS may only be mounted read-only by the kernel. This means information may be read, but no information may be written."05:06
fooerr, I am getting this; The following packages have unmet dependencies: mplayer-nogui: Depends: libggi2 (>= 1:2.0.5) but it is not installable .. broken packages. I am on ubuntu, any ideas?05:06
phiber_optici just want to know any differneces05:06
userusereyequeue: oh wait, i used cat05:06
DShepherd!tell phiber_optic about offtopic05:06
phiber_opticcaus the ones i find on the net are not fulfiling my answer05:06
eyequeueuseruser, you may need to boot to a rescue cd (does that have openssh-server though?)05:06
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coasterdude90bruenig are you still there?05:06
DShepherd!tell sproingie about offtopic05:06
ardchoillephiber_optic: http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu05:06
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userusereyequeue: well, it's chugging now05:06
phiber_opticDShepherd its not offtopic05:06
h8tredhello, does anyone know any good map software similiar to ms streets and trips?05:06
eyequeueuseruser, okay05:06
phiber_opticarchoille im an ubuntu user for the past 2 years05:07
GoDawgseyequeue:  hey there :)05:07
eyequeuephiber_optic, distro comparisons are05:07
eyequeuehi GoDawgs05:07
DShepherdphiber_optic: discuss distros in ubuntu-offtopic05:07
bruenigcoasterdude90, I don't know anything about that, try the alternate cd is all I can get you05:07
CPUFreak91Is there any way to keep Kubuntu 6.06 from running slowly on a lappy with 256MB of ram?05:07
GoDawgsPrepare yourselves folks... dumb question coming on... how does one install a tar.bz file?05:07
brueniggive you*05:07
MegaqwertyHow do I get the Synaptic Package Manager to display Alpha or Beta Packages?05:07
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eyequeueGoDawgs, you probably want to look inside that archive, right?05:07
ardchoilleGoDawgs: Is it an app? If so, what is the name of the app? Have you checked the repos to see if it's there?05:07
GoDawgseyequeue:  I think so...05:07
sycronWhat's a decent http download manager?05:07
DShepherdCPUFreak91: you may have better advice in the #kubuntu channel05:07
bruenigGoDawgs, do tar -zxjf /path/to/whatever.tar.gz05:08
GoDawgsardchoille:  It's FileZilla3.tar.bz205:08
eyequeueGoDawgs, the gui archive manager, or bunzip the file, then untar it05:08
CPUFreak91wrong one05:08
bruenigGoDawgs, then cd /path/to/whateverthenewdirectoryis, try to see if there is a readme, generally is05:08
GoDawgseyequeue:  what is "untarring"?  I thought tar was the unzip05:08
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coasterdude90hey bruenig could be any hardware problems?05:08
dfourDidn't utorrent used to support linux?05:08
WaR^DoGhi  how now what is the kernel version that have ubuntu iso?05:08
GoDawgsbruenig:  ok05:08
eyequeueGoDawgs, no, tar is Tape Archiver05:08
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bruenigcoasterdude90, i got nothing05:08
eyequeueGoDawgs, no, tar is Tape ARchiver, sorry05:08
coasterdude90ok thanks05:08
GoDawgseyequeue:  oh... so the bz2 is the "zipping" part05:09
fooerr, any ideas? unmet dependencies? Sounds like an RPM distribution. heh.05:09
eyequeueGoDawgs, bzip2, yes05:09
GoDawgseyequeue:  that' what you said05:09
chattermanguys im trying to activate my wireless on my laptop , it doesn't look like it detects it , any ideas ? its a BCM4318 [AirForce One 54g]  802.11g,Broadcom Corporation ?05:09
GoDawgseyequeue:  ok05:09
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eyequeueGoDawgs, Tape ARchiver     t  ar05:09
GoDawgseyequeue:  got it05:09
MegaqwertyCome on, someone must know how to make the Synaptic Package Manager show Alpha and Beta Packages.05:09
GoDawgsok... there's no readme05:09
bruenigGoDawgs, now that I think about it, it might actually be tar -jxvf not zxjf, in fact I am pretty sure it is -jxvf05:09
lukus001can anyone tell me how i can install glibc_2.4 please05:09
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bruenigwell you got it untarred so that is moot I guess05:10
ardchoillebruenig: Yep05:10
GoDawgsbruenig:  you do realize you just spoke to me... right? :)05:10
bruenigGoDawgs, what is in there?05:10
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brueniganything that says configure?05:10
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WaR^DoGas it is the version that brings iso of ubuntu05:10
GoDawgsbruenig:  a bunch of files starting with dir "bin" and "share"05:10
eyequeueGoDawgs, bruenig's method will do it all in one commandline (which is more my way than the gui archive manger that i mentioned, heh)05:10
fooAny developers in here?>05:10
GoDawgseyequeue:  but the only problem is I don't know how to use it05:10
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eyequeueGoDawgs, those are directories bin and share, and under them are the files themselves, i'm sure05:11
bruenigGoDawgs, what is the name, I will download it and look at it05:11
ardchoilleGoDawgs: The first thing I would do is look for INSTALL, README files and read them05:11
eyequeueGoDawgs, the gui thing might allow browsing05:11
GoDawgsbruenig:  It's filezilla.tar.bz205:11
lukus001How can i install glibc_2.4 on ubuntu drapper anyone?05:11
MegaqwertyHow do I get the Synaptic Package Manager to display Alpha or Beta Packages?05:11
userusereyequeue: this is like 2001 where hal's memory banks are pulled out05:11
fooerr, I am getting this; The following packages have unmet dependencies: mplayer-nogui: Depends: libggi2 (>= 1:2.0.5) but it is not installable .. broken packages. I am on ubuntu, any ideas? This sounds like an RPM issue. I left that scene ...05:11
DShepherdfoo: if you want ubuntu developers you can find some at #ubuntu-devel. cant promise you'll get an answer from them. They are very busy05:11
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eyequeueGoDawgs, doubleclick on the tarball file you have (tar.bz2)05:11
fooDShepherd: thanks05:12
cry0genany of you here use ndiswrapper05:12
eyequeueuseruser, daisy, daze eeeeeeeee05:12
chattermanneed help for wireless please ?05:12
GoDawgsardchoille:  ok... i'll give it another shot05:12
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cry0genJust want to know if any of you have NetworkManager working with it?05:12
garrett|mobilechatterman, what chipset are you using?05:12
bruenigGoDawgs, i dont see any tar.bz files on the download page of source forge only .zip05:12
DShepherdfoo: no prob05:12
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garrett|mobilechatterman, sorry, what laptop do you have?05:13
mrnullWhere can I find the mp3 plugin for totem?05:13
chungaroocan someone help me install my belkin F5D7011 wifi card in ubuntu 6.06? all of the guides i've tried haven't worked out for me05:13
eyequeue!mps > mrnull05:13
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about mps - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:13
eyequeue!mp3 > mrnull05:13
GoDawgsYeah, I'm still seein' nothing....05:13
Allenhey browsing the internet is slow in ubuntu whats up?05:13
MegaqwertyCan anyone help me with the Synaptic Package Manager?05:13
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GoDawgsAllen:  it's not for me05:13
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zanpakutohas anyone used xen kernel package from edgy eft? Is there a xenU/domU package, or is it ok to also use the kernel for xen on domU05:13
GoDawgsAllen:  must be your isp05:13
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chungaroocan someone help me install my belkin F5D7011 wifi card in ubuntu 6.06? all of the guides i've tried haven't worked out for me05:13
chattermancompakpressario model 20005:13
Allenno only browsing in http content is slow in ubuntu05:14
JoelMaxi need help with this problem  (X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.)05:14
eyequeueAllen, some people have a poorly configured router upstream from them with ipv6 problems05:14
GoDawgsAllen:  that's odd... i'm not having that problem at all... OTHER problems yes... that one no05:14
CPUFreak91I suppose it's futile to ask if one can swap the position of the GNOME pannels?05:14
eyequeueAllen, that's why it may be you but not him05:14
bruenigGoDawgs, cd into that new directory, then do cd bin, then ./filezilla05:14
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bruenigall in the terminal05:14
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GoDawgsbruenig:  ok... give me a sec05:14
chatterman802.11g,Broadcom Corporation05:15
ardchoilleCPUFreak91: No, it's easy to do. Right click the panel, choose properties and have a look in there05:15
eyequeueAllen, search for "ipv6" on the forums for a fix05:15
Megaqwertychungaroo: this guide should do it: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=19650905:15
Allenapt-get is fast ftp is fast but when I try to do anything in firefox it is painfulling slow05:15
ardchoilleAllen: Firefox?05:15
CPUFreak91ardchoille: Ok. Thanks05:15
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kyeyekkarnAnyone here use vmware?05:15
eyequeueAllen, that would be name lookup, yes05:15
eyequeueAllen, search for "ipv6" on the forums for a fix05:15
bruenigkyeyekkarn, did once05:15
Allenthanks eyequeue05:16
chungarooMegaqwerty, when i do: "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" i get an error05:16
nocti there is no way to burn cds on a laptop running a live rescue cd with only one drive?05:16
GoDawgsbruenig:  nope... I'm getting bash: cd: /home/Kelley/Desktop/FileZilla3.tar.bz2: No such file or directory05:16
JoelMaxi need help with this problem  (X: user not authorized to run the X server, aborting.)05:16
GoDawgsI suppose I should extract it first?05:16
bruenigGoDawgs, the extracted file, yes05:16
DShepherdnocti: not that I know of05:16
GoDawgsbruenig:  ok05:16
bruenigdo tar -jxvf filezilla2.tar.bz205:16
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bruenigcapitlize the F and Z05:16
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bruenigand make the 2 a 305:17
eyequeuenocti, that's an unfortunate gotcha, the inability to remove the cd, i wish i knew a workaround05:17
bruenigyou get the idea05:17
GoDawgsbruenig:  still no... bash: cd: /home/Kelley/Desktop/FileZilla3: No such file or directory05:17
ardchoillebruenig: Not sure if you know this or not, but we no longer need the "-" in "tar -zxvf"05:17
GoDawgsthat's what it extracted to on my desktop05:17
bruenigmy carpal tunnel has been progressed05:17
lukus001can anyone tell me how to add edgy's repositories to synaptic? i cant find anything concerning the actuall link?05:17
bruenigfor nothing05:17
Megaqwertychungaroo: I'll need more detail than "I get an error" Explain it to me over the pm05:17
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bruenigGoDawgs, to cd /hom/Keylley/Desktop/F, then hit tab and then enter05:17
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DShepherdlukus001: brave one.. you can try asking in ubuntu+105:18
sniff_how to install wireless usb driver CNet model usb cnusb-61105:18
bruenigdo /home*05:18
Soccrmastrok guys, right after xubuntu is installed, I restart and I log in, (all command text still no graphics) I log in, then I get the command line, what command should be used to bring upn the graphics interface?05:18
chattermangarrett-mobile u still with me ?05:18
DShepherdlukus001: #ubuntu+1 that is05:18
chungarooMegaqwerty, check the pm.  i pasted the error in there05:18
bruenigmy god I am typoing everywhere05:18
lukus001DShepherd brave? why05:18
eyequeuebruenig, gnu dropped the -, but non-gnu tar still uses it, fwiw ... also non-gnu uses different switches for bzip2, if it handles it at all05:18
SythenHow do I mount an NTFS partition? I don't know what partition it is, but I have [FAT]  [free space]  [NTFS]  [Linux]  [swap] 05:18
bruenigSoccrmastr, startx05:18
Megaqwertychungaroo: I didn't get it.05:18
GoDawgsbruenig:  same :(05:18
DShepherdlukus001: its edgy.. the name says it all..05:18
Soccrmastrok i hope it'll work didnt work at the last install05:18
Megaqwertyover Irc?05:18
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bruenigGoDawgs, if the directory exists you can cd into it05:19
GoDawgsbruenig:  I'm lookin right at it05:19
DShepherdSoccrmastr: sudo /etc/init.d/xdm start?05:19
bruenigtry cd ~/Desktop, then do ls and see what it is named05:19
lukus001DShepherd its only to get the glibc_2.4 file for cinelerra05:19
eyequeuelukus001, edgy questions in #ubuntu+1 btw05:19
GoDawgslet me try it again05:19
chattermangarrett|mobile: u still here05:19
Soccrmastrwait i gotta do soemthing eh Ill try in a little bit05:19
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DShepherdlukus001: ok.. ask in #ubuntu+105:19
deep__Hello there05:19
MrParanoiadoesn't exist on my install: To start Terminal choose Applications  Accessories  Terminal .05:20
morphixi used to have breezy installed on a usb hdd, but i had to edit a few things to make USB modules load at startup.. for dapper do i have to go through the editing the stuff for usb again?? or?05:20
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bruenig!offtopic > deep__05:20
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sniff_how to install wireless usb driver CNet model usb cnusb-61105:20
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GoDawgsstupid mistake bruenig ... I had an uppercase in my Name when it should have been lower05:20
GoDawgsbruenig:  ok so I'm in now05:20
garrett|mobilechatterman, Yeah, sorry. I'm not having any luck bringing anything up. I'll keep looking and hook you up if I can find anything. Bare with me, I'm kind of spread out at the momeny.05:20
eyequeuemorphix, if so, adding them to /etc/modules (and reboot) should suffice05:20
bruenigso cd bin, then ./filezilla05:20
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DJJUMhi, what is a good java ide for Ubuntu?05:21
MrParanoiaas a matter of fact, my applications menu shows the old mandriva applications and none of the ubuntu applications05:21
GoDawgsbruenig:  kelley@kelley-laptop:/bin$ ./filezilla05:21
GoDawgsbash: ./filezilla: No such file or directory05:21
chattermanthanks garrett|mobile, i appeciated05:21
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bruenigGoDawgs, not cd /bin, cd bin05:21
eyequeuemorphix, oh, booting from usb?  that's different then what i was about to say, that it was automatic in dapper.  unsure, sorry05:21
chungarooMegaqwerty, can you not see my PMs?05:21
morphixeyequeue: i am just asking about does dapper properly support installing to a usb hdd without the need of editing stuff to get it working?05:21
mrnulli installed gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad, how come totem still can't find the right plugin for mp3s?05:21
bruenigas in the bin that is in the directory you were in05:21
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MegaqwertyNo, I can't did you "/msg nickserv identify <password>"?05:22
eyequeuemorphix, i'm now curious though, so if you find out, please tell me :)05:22
DShepherdDJJUM: eclipse seems to be good. you need to enable the universe repos05:22
deep__How can i check my xorg version?05:22
GoDawgsbruenig:  oh okay.... but... it didn't install necessairly... so do i have to go through that mess everytime I wanna run it?05:22
Megaqwertychungaroo: if you didn't that should make it work05:22
Megaqwertyyou will have to resend your error though.05:22
eyequeuedeep__, dpkg -l xserver-xorg05:22
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deep__Thanx. :)05:23
DJJUMthanks i have exlipse i might check it out05:23
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bruenigGoDawgs, what I would do is mv the directory to /opt, then write a bash script that would start it for me and then create a launcher in the menu, all of that is probably a bit complicated05:23
ToHellWithGAcould somebody help me find my MX and then help me edit it?05:23
DShepherdDJJUM: no prob05:23
Allenalrighty I think I found it eyequeue05:23
AllenI am gonna try it05:23
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GoDawgsbruenig:  oh gosh... what a head ache... man, I just want a good FTP client (gui)05:24
WoostaDid someone break something with USB? Since an update yesterday a lot of my single clicks are registering as double clicks .. which is REALLY REALLY pissing me off05:24
Megaqwertychungaroo: are you there?05:24
bruenigGoDawgs, I could guide you if you want, a lot more command line stuff though05:24
chungarooMegaqwerty, i don't think you can see my PMs for some reason05:24
Megaqwertychungaroo: I know, you need to type this:05:25
bruenigperhaps I should message you or what not if you want to do it as there is no reason to fill this channel up05:25
GoDawgsbruenig:  you're sweet... this is only alpha software... so i don't know how well it's gonna work... maybe I should wait until it's final05:25
Megaqwerty"/msg nickserv identify <password>05:25
DarkAuditother than size, what's the difference between Azureus2.jar as packaged and the one straight from Azureus themselves?05:25
GoDawgsbruenig:  thanks though!05:25
chungarooMegaqwerty:  FATAL: Error inserting ndiswrapper (/lib/modules/2.6.15-26-386/kernel/drivers/net/ndiswrapper/ndiswrapper.ko): Invalid argument05:25
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bruenigGoDawgs, when it is final, all you would have to do is replace it and all of the other stuff would stay the same05:25
Megaqwertychungaroo: what command did you type?05:25
s|kcan anyone tell me how I can figure out which version of amd 64 3000 I have? I can't tell from the box or the included info05:25
GoDawgsbruenig:  ok, that's good to know05:25
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bruenigbut whatever I am going to sleep then05:26
chungarooMegaqwerty: sudo modprobe ndiswrapper05:26
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cry0genndiswrapper is cool05:26
cry0gentoo bad only wpa_supplicant is working with it right now :\05:26
DShepherds|k: cat /proc/cpuinfo05:26
DarkAuditwhen I replaced the packaged jar, I got the frog icon in the system tray again05:26
cry0geni want network-manager to work with it unfortunately it wont05:26
Megaqwertychungaroo: have you already done these steps successfully?05:26
Megaqwertysudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-utils sudo ndiswrapper -i ~/Desktop/bcmwl5.inf sudo ndiswrapper -m sudo modprobe ndiswrapper05:26
s|kDShepherd: I haven't gotten that far yet :)05:26
s|kstill building it05:27
DShepherds|k: I am not sure if that will work though05:27
Megaqwerty(except the modprobe one)05:27
chungarooMegaqwerty: "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" returns the error i pasted above. up until then it's fine05:27
DShepherds|k: ask the manufacturers then? :-)05:27
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s|kDShepherd: shouldn't it be on the box or in the thing somewhere?05:27
sniff_Megaqwerty: how about if *.inf have 3 files05:27
DShepherds|k:  i guess05:27
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cafuegochatterman: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper05:28
Megaqwertysniff_: your guess is as good as mine at this point.05:28
compilerwriterHelp I am having trouble with skype!!!05:28
Megaqwertychungaroo: give me a minute, I might have a solution for you, let me just check it out...05:28
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cry0gengnome network manager x-x05:29
cry0genit works but it doesnt05:29
cry0genthis is frustrating05:29
argumenthow can i get firefox to play windows media player format videos?05:29
cry0genthe password prompt pops up05:29
argumenti followed the instructions on the restricted formats guide and installed totem05:29
cry0genand the activity light blinks like it's communicating05:29
cry0genbut it' isnt05:29
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Megaqwertychungaroo: I figured out a workaround!05:29
argumentand the totem-plugin and all that good stuff, but for example upon going to a site in windows, the video starts playing automatically but not in firefox05:30
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chungarooMegaqwerty: =] ] ] ] 05:30
sniff_Megaqwerty: so it must be type 3 time -> ndiswrapper -i ~/Desktop/file.inf05:30
Megaqwertychungaroo: use the synaptic package manager, to install ndiswrapper-utils that should finish that step of the setup.05:30
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cry0genoddly you guys are talking about ndiswrapper05:30
godtviskenHow do I check cron errormessages?05:30
allenI got the internet issues resolved05:31
typhoidHello, everyone.  I have a silly question..  Where are most of the files installed by default on ubuntu (dapper) -- things like httpd05:31
cry0genit all works for me05:31
compilerwriterI need to configure my sound device or something.05:31
cry0gencept, i am REQUIRED to use wpa_supplicant05:31
cry0genquite anoying.05:31
eyequeueallen, great, what was the fix?05:31
Megaqwertychungaroo: tell me if that does it. If not, try sniff_'s idea.05:31
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mrnullsometimes when i try to start applications, they never appear (no matter how many times I click them.)05:32
chungarooMegaqwerty: it asks if i want to re-install it.05:32
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alleneyequeue, open firefox and go to about:congif then set the network.dns.ipv6 seting to true05:32
CrashTestHi all, man, this is one busy channel :)  Anybody know how to view "Comments" in a Word document in OpenOffice.org Writer?05:32
Megaqwertychungaroo: say "Yes"05:32
eyequeuemrnull, start them from a terminal to see the error messages05:32
eyequeueallen, ahh05:32
mrnulleyequeue: cool.  how do i do that?05:32
Megaqwertythen continue the setup process05:32
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eyequeuemrnull, open a terminal, type the command and press enter05:33
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alleneyequeue, it was pretty simple I was afraid of some kind of terminal work again05:33
eyequeuemrnull, open a terminal, type "firefox" as example05:33
godtviskenHow can I check crontab error messages?05:33
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eyequeuegodtvisken, unless redirected to /dev/null, root should get them mailed (ie, your user gets them)05:34
k0shiAre Prism based WiFi cards hard to install on xubuntu?05:34
compilerwriterAny skype experts out there?05:34
eyequeueallen, nah, not everything is painful ;)05:34
typhoidwhere might i find the httpd executable?  It is not available in my current path ><05:34
godtviskeneyequeue: mailed? ehm, i have a cronjob to play a music song, but it only starts to play then stops05:34
eyequeuetyphoid, which server package?05:34
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typhoidit's ubuntu dapper, thank you eyequeue05:35
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argumenttyphoid, what are you looking for specifically05:35
heel3khow involved is it to get cisco's vpn client installed?05:35
argumenttyphoid, you can find out where files in a package are placed by using synaptic05:35
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typhoidargument, I am working on getting mod_mono working with apache205:35
chungarooMegaqwerty: i'm not getting any luck05:35
eyequeuetyphoid, apache2?  look in /usr/sbin/apache205:35
argumenttyphoid, /etc/apache2 here05:36
typhoidargument: thank you kindly05:36
Megaqwertychungaroo: what happened exactly?05:36
typhoidand thank you too eyequeue!05:36
eyequeuetyphoid, being a daemon, it's not run by users, hence not in /usr/bin05:36
typhoidi'm trying to restart httpd but the command is not in my path05:36
CrashTestcompilerwriter: I know skype a bit.05:36
chungarooMegaqwerty: well i installed it with synaptic and tried using the card but it's not recognized05:36
due/etc/init.d/apache2 restart05:36
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duetyphoid: run that as root, voila05:37
argumenttyphoid, /etc/init.d/apache2 restart05:37
compilerwritercrashtest perhaps you can help me fix things.05:37
Megaqwertychungaroo: try finishing the steps in the guide I gave you05:37
eyequeuetyphoid, what due said, with sudo in front, if you want to restart :)05:37
argumenttyphoid, http://trac.eta-beta-pi.net/wiki/HowTo/Distros-default-layout05:37
typhoidwow, thank you all!05:37
allenwhat is the deal with ubuntus home folder05:37
chungarooMegaqwerty: i did.05:37
lumgwadahi, can anyone tell me if it's possible in Ubuntu's Evolution to automatically turn an email into a 'task' based on it's subject  line... (possibly by piping it to a script...)05:37
allendo I have to add my own foders and everything?05:37
eyequeueallen, "ubuntu" the livecd user?05:38
eyequeueallen, /home/allen (or whatever) should have been created when the user allen was created05:38
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allenit did05:38
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chungarooMegaqwerty: when i do: ndiswrapper -l to list the drivers, it says "bcmwl5 invalid driver!"05:38
eyequeueallen, /home/allen is free for you to do whatever under05:38
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alleneyequeue, but it didn't make a music, movies, and all of the other folders05:39
rredd4is there any way to connect to Paltalk with Gaim?05:39
Megaqwertychungaroo: try sniff_'s idea. I have to leave, so ask him for help. Sorry. If you are still having trouble, I should be on again tomorrow,  ask me then. Goodnight!05:39
cdubyaany mysql folks here?05:39
eyequeueallen, um, how could it know what you want, and what you want to call them? :)05:39
argumentcdubya, yes in #mysql05:39
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cdubyaargument, no there's not. At least not any that want to help.05:40
eyequeueallen, mkdir ~/music ~/movies or use the gui05:40
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DShepherdrredd4: i dont know what Paltalk is.. have you asked in #gaim? that might be helpful05:40
alleneyequeue, I am fresh off of windows and a month or two before a mac, I am use to changing it05:40
alleneyequeue I did it already05:40
cdubyaanyone here do much with mysql?05:40
eyequeueallen, just giving you the command syntax if you needed it05:41
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alleneyequeue, thanks you guys are really helpfull, the room is kind of cluttered but you guys are great05:41
Clinton__earlier someone mentioned I should use automatix for installing w32codecs, but I am either getting the wrong version of it or something isn't working right, it isn't in the list of programs offered for installation.  (earlier someone mentioned I should use automatix )   Could someone give me a link to the proper .deb please?05:41
garrett|mobilechatterman, you still there?05:41
rredd4DShepherd  Paltalk is like Yahoo,  I am in #gaim... thanks05:41
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eyequeueallen, 800 in here, it can be a zoo05:42
DShepherdrredd4: ok kool05:42
cry0gennetwork-manager-gnome sucks :\05:42
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chattermanyes garrett|mobile05:42
mrPolitei need to reset my keyring password, think i typed it wrong any tips?05:42
cry0gennetwork manager just try's to connect to my AP05:42
allenGot any recomendations on an mp3 player anyone?05:42
garrett|mobilechatterman, http://bnmr.triumf.ca/~zaher/Presario_2197CA/ might help you out.05:42
eyequeueit's why we send people to other channels for offtopic etc things05:42
garrett|mobileWalks you through on how to setup ndiswrapper05:42
chattermanthanks alot man05:42
cry0genbut, it just sits blinking the activity light05:42
cdubyaallen, lots of folks seem to like amarok, I use quod libet05:43
InnerCalmI have a few questions about ubuntu, since just running the livecd... I am interested in installing a few things but wish to understand the change from windows to linux... can anyone please help me out with this05:43
cdubyaallen, or you can use beep or xmms05:43
garrett|mobilechatterman, let me know if it works. I'll try to help you all I can but I'm not very experienced. I just can look for things. :P05:43
eyequeueallen, i don't know if you have this yet05:43
eyequeue!mp3 > allen05:43
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eyequeueallen, mp3 support isn't default in most ubuntu apps05:44
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bimberiInnerCalm: feel free to just ask away - one question at a time though :)05:44
jbentleyphow does one configure the time-to-live (autodisconnect ?) value for the telnetd daemon ?05:44
chattermanthanks for your patience and i will let u know if it works thanks again, i need to reboot for now ok later:)05:44
alleni was using armarok when I was using mepis but it was a little cluttered I want to use something else and try out05:44
allenthanks for the link eyequeue05:44
cdubyaallen, I use quod libet.....I like it. Beep's pretty nice too05:45
eyequeueno prob05:45
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InnerCalmK, im new to linux / ubuntu ... i wish to learn all i can about it before making the permanent change to it... one question i have is if there is a way to partition the hd to allow two OS's ... can i have both ubuntu and windows running on this computer, without any conflicting problems?05:45
deep__Is there an opposite of "grep"? Like "ls | not *.zip" ?05:45
allencdubya thanks05:45
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allenI will check it out05:45
eyequeueInnerCalm, check this url out later too :) http://rute.2038bug.com05:45
cdubyaallen, np05:45
cdubyaInnerCalm, yep05:45
allenbut first I have to read this thingy on supported formats05:45
babothis is weird, I have 0775 set on my file. It's gid is 'user' ... yet when I try to edit it with emacs as 'user' ... it tells me that it's read-only ?????05:45
lumgwadadoes anyone know if it's possible to create Evolution tasks via command line (ie shell script...)05:46
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eyequeuedeep__, man grep :)  you want the -v switch05:46
jbentleyphow does one configure the time-to-live (autodisconnect ?) value for the telnetd daemon ?05:46
deep__eyequeue: Thanx. :)05:46
bimberiubotu tell InnerCalm about dualboot05:46
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InnerCalmbimberi, thank you.05:46
NecrosanOn ubuntu-sparc, how do i change the sound to go out of the speakers instead of the internal speaker?05:46
sethklumgwada, it is possible.  I would strace the processes and add a task in the gui, then extract the commands from the traces.05:47
bimberiInnerCalm: np :)05:47
eyequeuedeep__, your example, ls | grep -v ".zip"05:47
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InnerCalmAnother question, The compatability with most programs i am used to... they wont work with linux... is there a way around this, or do i simply have to start using other programs?05:47
allendo you guys use mp3's?05:47
godtviskenI just set up a cronjob to play a song, but it only plays for 1 second then quits. How can I find out what is wrong?05:47
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cdubyaInnerCalm, which programs?05:47
lumgwadasethk: I guess so thanks for the ides, so theres no structured api then...05:47
garrett|mobileallen, yes...05:48
baboanybody got any ideas ?05:48
NecrosanOn ubuntu-sparc, how do i change the sound to go out of the speakers instead of the internal speaker?05:48
cdubyaallen, yep05:48
InnerCalmLets just say for instance, some music recording software like Acid Pro05:48
eyequeueInnerCalm, typically there are free/better apps for linux ... search for "windows" on the wiki and you'll find some page listing "equivalents"05:48
bimberiInnerCalm: it's better to try the alternatives first.  If there are programs you _must_ have you can try things like wine is capable of running some windows apps under linux05:48
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bimberi*which is capable05:48
sethklumgwada, I'm not an expert at evolution.  I don't know of one, but I'd be willing to bet that if you can read the source, you'll find one.05:48
eyequeueInnerCalm, though i don't know the ms names, it lists them and then the linux (better) app names05:49
NecrosanOn ubuntu-sparc, how do i change the sound to go out of the speakers instead of the internal speaker?05:49
allenany ogg fans in the room?05:49
lumgwadasethk: many thanks05:49
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mrPoliteallen: yup05:49
babonobody ?05:49
dougskoallen: yeah dude, oggs are /colsay sweet05:49
InnerCalmI have a lot of music on my harddrive, and when i try to access them it says that it cannot "mount" the drive or something of that nature. Is there a way to open the files on my harddrive from linux, or is it a file compatability problem?05:49
eyequeueInnerCalm, which fs?05:50
cdubyaubotu tell InnerCalm about ntfs05:50
InnerCalmLets see...05:50
allendougsko mrPolite do you run into compatability issues with them? and what about quality and converting MP3's to them05:50
sethkInnerCalm, reading is no problem and no compatibility issues.  writing is different05:50
dougskoallen: you do not want to convert mp3 to ogg, if you care about sound quality05:50
dougskoallen: lossy codec -> lossy codec = very lossy05:51
eyequeueInnerCalm, it seems your fs is ntfs, from what others say05:51
mrPoliteallen:  no issues here, if i need to i can convert them to mp3 for a portable player. XBMC plays them just fine off he network in differnt rooms in my home05:51
garrett|mobileallen, I'm doing fine with my collection of around 6,000 MP3's.05:51
dougskoallen: no compatibility issues though05:51
InnerCalmI believe ntfs ... it says it is not mountable and non-removable.05:51
garrett|mobileNo problems here.05:51
mrPoliteallen: i don't convert mp3-ogg, not worth the fidelity loss05:51
InnerCalmHow can i view the music on that drive?05:51
dougskoallen: i do have to change them into mp3 to play on my mp3 player though05:51
eyequeueInnerCalm, you can mount ntfs read-only, see the link ubotu sent you05:52
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, are you getting a pmount error?05:52
mrPolite!tell InnerCalm about ntfs05:52
dougskoallen: but if you're ripping a cd, theyre perfect, half the size of mp3, and better quality05:52
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InnerCalmeyequeue, thank you05:52
cafuegodougsko: Don't convert from ogg to mp3. If you need mp3, rip to mp3.05:52
cdubyaInnerCalm, might have a looksee here too....https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions05:52
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InnerCalmYes unable to execute pmount05:52
sethkdougsko, you can't convert from one format to another and gain quality05:52
allenso which do you guys prefer?05:53
sethkInnerCalm, use sudo or do as root05:53
InnerCalmsethk, too new to understand what you mean by that =D05:53
dougskowho said that? dougsko> allen: lossy codec -> lossy codec = very lossy05:53
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, I just had a guy that was having the same error.05:53
InnerCalmsethk, first day05:53
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cafuegoallen: I prefer MP3, as all my devices can play them. Ogg is badly supported.05:53
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LinkiboyHi everyone05:53
sethkInnerCalm, are you doing mount at the command line?   if so, change it to sudo mount05:53
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InnerCalmsethk, no im using a gui to try to access my files05:53
garrett|mobilesethk, my other guy was just trying to launch the drive in Nautilus from the Places menu.05:53
sethkInnerCalm, oh, that's harder.  someone will know, but I never use the gui for things like that.05:54
garrett|mobilesethk, just like InnerCalm is.05:54
NecrosanOn ubuntu-sparc, how do i change the sound to go out of the speakers instead of the internal speaker?05:54
NecrosanOn ubuntu-sparc, how do i change the sound to go out of the speakers instead of the internal speaker?05:54
LinkiboyI have a question... I was not able to play MP3's, so I installed Lame thru Synaptic Package Manager, and I still can't play MP3's... what do i do?05:54
sethkgarrett|mobile, ok, then is there a way to run the gui with root privileges?05:54
godtviskenI set a cron job to run a script that plays my music, but it only plays for a second or so then quits. What could be wrong?05:54
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allenI see...I am new to all of this free software stuff, I like the idea but so many of the formats aren't supported well...I am trying to decide if the politics are worth it.05:54
InnerCalmThank you.05:54
dougskosethk: gksudo05:54
pike_Linkiboy: wiki.ubuntu.com search for restricted05:54
cafuegoallen: I find it pays to sue what works best.05:54
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, might try adding your drive to the pmount.allow list. I'm not much of a Linux geek, just getting my feet wet, so if anyone else in the room knows of a better option, speak now.05:55
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cafuegoallen: If that is an open program/format, all the better.05:55
sethkdougsko, right, or kusudo (or ksudo, whatever for kde).  thanks, dougsko05:55
InnerCalmAnother question, I notice that a lot of linux seems to be terminal and codes (sudo , grep) and im not sure what ANY of it means... do i need to learn this?05:55
dougskoallen: yeah it depends what youre' doing05:55
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Linkiboyok ill do that05:55
mrnullhow can i set my list of repositories to default?05:55
InnerCalmthank you garret05:55
mrPoliteallen:  if you're willing to _not_ buy an iPod, you'll find .ogg support in many portable players05:55
dougskoallen: yeah, F ipods05:55
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, "sudo gedit /etc/pmount.allow" will get you there, then just add the device you're attempting to mount.05:55
allenI had an ipod...it is part of the reason why I switched05:55
sethkmrnull, with an editor, but I think you didn't ask the right question.05:55
typhoidcan any of you tell me where to find the firefox executable in dapper?     my problem is:  I go to an .aspx page on my local computer, and it does not know what to open it with05:55
sethkmrnull, what you want to know is, what is the default repository set05:56
compotatojI think iPod Linux can play oggs05:56
TylerEIs there some trick to getting good 2d performance out of the nvidia driver? 3d works great, but 2d is, well laggy, for instance rapidly dragging a window back and forth I get major frameskipping and general unsmoothness05:56
eyequeuetyphoid, /usr/bin/firefox05:56
mrnullsethk: yes05:56
pike_typhoid: which firefox  it the command you wanted05:56
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=192258&page=2 is where I got that solution if you need some further reading.05:56
dougskoallen: all in all, ogg is a better codec, you just dont want to go, mp3 <--> ogg05:56
sethkTylerE, I sometimes see that, but it is caused by an ill behaved program.  If I shut everything down the problem goes away.05:56
typhoideyequeue  - thank you =)  and pike_, i'm pretty sure that i just need the firefox commandline word in that directory,  but thank you05:56
eyequeuetyphoid, right click on that file, then associate firefox with it05:57
sethkTylerE, don't know if your problem is the same one, though.  Does it always happen?05:57
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eyequeuetyphoid, then all of that type will work05:57
TylerEsethk: fresh install with nothing running05:57
yurtleis there an ebook reader for ubuntu?05:57
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bimberiInnerCalm: you usually need the command line to smooth out issues.  One you're running smoothly though you will find that you hardly ever need it05:57
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TylerEsethk: but, yes, it's very consistent05:57
allendougsko...I wasn't going to 20gigs is a hell of a deturent05:57
InnerCalmbimberi, thank you05:57
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sethkTylerE, must be different from my problem.  running gnome?  or kde?05:57
mrPoliteanyone know how to reset or clear, or delete a keyring?05:57
TylerEsethk: basically my 2d perf is blowing chunks...things like scrolling in konq are also non-optimial05:57
InnerCalmYou all have been a great help... ill probably be back on here tomorrow with a ton more problems ;)05:57
dougskoallen: haha yeah05:57
InnerCalmthank you !05:57
bimberiInnerCalm: np, have fun :)05:58
sycronQuestion: I'm trying to add mp3 support, and following the RestrictedFormats information on help.ubuntu.com (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats), and it says to install the gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly package, but I don't see that particular package in the manager...05:58
sethkTylerE, what box are you running with?  I want to know if mine works because it is a faster box, or your's has another nvidia specific problem.05:58
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, get it working?05:58
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eyequeue!repos > sycron05:58
InnerCalmNo not yet, im still trying to figure out what im doing05:59
TylerEsethk: AMD 3200+, Geforce 6600GT 128MB, 1GB of DDR...it ain't the box ;)05:59
allenany programmers in the house?05:59
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dougskoallen: personally, when i dl music, its mostly in mp3, and i just leave it that way, but if im ripping a cd or want to make a .flac smaller, i go ogg05:59
InnerCalmof course i am only using livecd so that might be a problem05:59
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garrett|mobileInnerCalm, ahh, gotcha. Well enjoy. See you around!05:59
InnerCalmhavent even "installed" it yet05:59
sethkTylerE, no, I'd say not.  if you are running 64 bit, though, that could be related.05:59
garrett|mobileInnerCalm, yeah, possibly.05:59
TylerEsethk: yea, am running 64bit05:59
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belatucadrosso can anyone in here give me a straight forward answer on how the Geforce 6100 and the FX 5200 compare?05:59
sethkTylerE, I know it's counterintuitive, but it is possible that the driver is optimized for 32 bit in a manner that kills it for 64 bit.  wouldn't be the first time something like that happened.06:00
allenI am going to have to finish reading the sites that eyequeue sent me, right now I have way to much information to try and convert06:00
sethkTylerE, again, though, I'm just speculating06:00
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sethkallen, way too much, not way to much   :)06:00
Clinton__ah... thank you for the Automatix tip ya'll :)06:00
sycroneyequeue: So do I have to edit the Sources file then?06:00
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gldtnhello all06:00
dougskook, im out for today06:01
dougskosmell ya later06:01
LinkiboyOk, the wiki says to install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly, but that doesnt show up in the package manger06:01
eyequeuesycron, right06:01
garrett|mobileHello gldtn.06:01
sycronAlright, thanks06:01
eyequeuesycron, then sudo apt-get update06:01
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TylerEsethk: it's possible...but 3d is very smooth so I'm guess it's a 2d issue of some sort06:01
gldtndoes anyone knows if I need a driver to get my Marvel Yukon 88E8053 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet controller to work under ubuntu 5.04?06:01
sethkTylerE, yes, I agree, but that doesn't mean that the 2d issue might not be related.06:02
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sethkgldtn, I've used that quite a bit.  what problem are you having?06:02
sethkgldtn, I use the driver from marvell's web site; get the latest one.  You need kernel source to build it.06:02
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gldtnsethk; it's  just not detecting my network card06:02
sethkgldtn, there is a built in driver, let me look up the name06:03
TylerEsethk: hrrm, just grabbed Xgl...lemme run that and see if things improve06:03
sethkgldtn, sk9806:03
allensethk I am here to learn about linux and to escape my grammer lessons06:03
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cry0gendamn this is anoying06:03
cry0genwpa_sup works half the time06:03
sycroneyequeue: How can I edit sources.list in the terminal? I can navigate to the directory, just not sure how to actually edit.06:03
cry0genand networkmanager doesnt work :\06:03
sethkgldtn, that's not the full name, it is sk98xxxx.   I'll find it in a moment if you hold on.06:03
pike_sycron: sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list06:03
garrett|mobilesycron, sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list06:04
sycronwhat's the difference between nano and gedit?06:04
garrett|mobilesycron, or nano. Pick your editor of choice. vi.06:04
eyequeuesycron, more comfortable with gui?  sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list06:04
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gldtnsethk; k.. what file should I added to put that in? I haven't used linux in a while.. try to get back to it..06:04
eyequeuesycron, nano is a commandline editor06:04
garrett|mobilesycron, nano and vi will bring up an editor in the terminal window. gedit is an external GUI editor...which I prefer. :P06:04
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Sythenhey garrett|mobile06:05
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garrett|mobileSythen, what's up?06:05
TylerEwell, under xgl 2d *is* quite a bit better06:05
eyequeueroot???? mptmon06:05
sycronAlright, nano it is then. I'd rather learn without the GUI06:05
TylerEbut I can't run opengl apps06:05
NecrosanHow do I make /dev/audioctl be there?06:05
sethksycron, you can use vi in terminal mode06:05
eyequeuemptmon, don't irc as root, don't anything as root06:05
SythenDoes NTFS support dump?06:05
sethksycron, for that matter, you can use nano in terminal mode06:05
Clinton__How well does XGL/Compiz work without 3d hardware acceleration?06:05
snoopsit doesn't Clinton__06:06
garrett|mobileClinton__, crappy, I would assume. But you know what happens when you assume... har har har. :(06:06
garrett|mobilesnoops, thanks. :P06:06
Clinton__I'm blessed with the one chip Linux doesn't have 3d support for.. SiS 650 :(06:07
SythenI am trying to figure out /etc/fstab but the rude linux geeks in #linux on undernet told me to RTFM, and I cant figure the dump and pass parts06:07
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selfharmanyone use CUPS? I am having no luck sharing printers06:07
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selfharmwith dapper06:07
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garrett|mobileSythen, was that question directed towards me?06:07
snoopsClinton__ heh, doubtful that xgl would support it either then.. and really, with an integrated card like that, xgl would be awfully slow06:07
Sythengarrett|mobile,  nope, just saying hi06:07
eyequeueSythen, 0 and 2 unless you need them :)06:07
garrett|mobileSythen, are you Clint?06:07
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sethkSythen, I don't know about ntfs dump, but I'd be skeptical about it even if it is available.06:08
fooHm, what package contains alsaconf? Can't seem to find it with apt-file update && apt-file search alsaconf. hmm06:08
Clinton__snoops: damn.. :(  I've seen it in action - looks awesome!  I want I want I want.. but I can't have...06:08
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WayCoolHi guys06:08
snoopsClinton__ ya know, for $40-50 you could get a 6200 nvidia card, which would run it fine :)06:08
garrett|mobileClinton__, me too. I'd love to have it. But I'm doing good to get dual-monitors working with the fglrx driver. Lmao.06:08
allenwhy isn't VLC in the synaptic?06:08
sahasrarais it possible to clone the LiveCDs?06:09
eyequeue!repos > allen06:09
Clinton__snoops: yup, if this wasn't a laptop06:09
snoopsallen it is, it's either in multiverse or universe06:09
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garrett|mobileallen, you can get VLC via Automatix, I believe.06:09
snoopsah right Clinton__ :/06:09
eyequeue!info vlc06:09
ubotuvlc: multimedia player for all audio and video formats. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.4.debian-1ubuntu6 (dapper), package size 7620 kB, installed size 18808 kB06:09
fooHm, what package contains alsaconf? Can't seem to find it with apt-file update && apt-file search alsaconf. hmm06:09
sahasrarainstead of having to get the .iso and keep making LiveCDs off of that?06:09
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allenI have to add another repository?06:09
sycronI can't believe how awesome this is06:10
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Psykushey, can anyone help me get wireless working? i've followed the ndiswrapper tutorial, and I think my problem is "Another driver loads and binds to the device", since ubuntu already shows a wireless device before I touch ndiswrapper, but it won't work. the link on the wiki to fix that doesn't go anywhere, gives an error page06:10
snoopsallen it's just disabled.. if you want to go through synaptic package manager it's very easy.. you can also use a text editor to edit out comments for those repositories if you want06:10
Psykusreferring to this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Ndiswrapper#head-c1d02586fd139d6e32f018b19392d255aa190a2606:10
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allensnoops how do I do that?06:10
gldtnWould  modprobe <drivername> work to add a built in driver? or am I way off?06:10
briguydPsykus, what chipset?06:11
sycroncan you use the package manager in a terminal?06:11
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snoopsallen in synaptic if you go settings>repositories.. the dialog opened will let you scroll down and tick the repositories you want..make sure multiverse and universe is enabled06:11
Sythen/dev/sda3    /media/windows   ntfs    noauto       0        006:11
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SythenDoes that seem right?06:11
Psykusmotorola something or another, I can't remember exactly. I know I got it working under ubuntu/linux at one point06:11
DShepherdsycron: yeah apt-get or aptitude. both work fine06:11
Psykusi'd have to check06:11
WayCoolI am new to Linux and am trying to install DSL on my old Pentium I system.I am new to Linux and am trying to install DSL on my old Pentium I system.  I've cleared the hard drive and want to ask if I need to06:11
WayCoolcreate Dos partitions before starting the instalation from a CD or will the Linux installer create partitions and format the drive by06:11
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sycronDShepherd: Is there any way to list the available packages then?06:12
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evan_w00whats a good RAR archiver for ubuntu?06:12
garrett|mobileSythen, ubuntuguide.org has the settings you need for fstab.06:12
ElephantWayCool:  Most likely, the Linux installer will handle it06:12
DShepherdsycron: aptitude search nameofpackage  works fine06:12
sahasraradoes anyone know if it's possible to clone the LiveCDs rather than burn them from the .iso? and is the .iso just closest to the original data?06:13
verbose /j ##python06:13
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verboseerr, oops06:13
Sythengarrett|mobile, I dont think it does06:13
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Psykusbriguyd, "Chipset: Broadcom Corporation BCM4306"06:13
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DShepherdsahasrara:  yeah,, you can..06:14
briguydPsykus, you and me both, man06:14
garrett|mobileSythen, from the guide: "/dev/hda1 /media/windows/ -t ntfs -o nls=utf8,umask=0222"06:14
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evan_w00can "Ark" archive .RAR files?06:14
DShepherdsahasrara: just right the the cd icon on the desktop and click 'Copy Cd'06:14
Sythengarrett|mobile, that isnt for fstab06:14
sethkgldtn, the driver is sk98lin06:14
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Sythenthat is mount06:14
briguydPsykus, theres a lot of issues with linux and broadcom chipsets, or so i hear06:14
sethkgldtn, don't use the newer marvell 8xxx driver, it fails with 805306:14
briguydlemme look up something06:14
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  not sure if it can make them. :P never tried.06:14
garrett|mobileSythen, doink. Sorry. :P06:14
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evan_w00Dr_Willis oh ok, then whats a good .RAR archiver for ubuntu?06:15
poningruPsykus: whats wrong?06:15
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poningruPsykus: you need the firmware for that06:15
Psykusbriguyd, I know I had it working with ndiswrapper at one point, only for this version of ubuntu, a non-working wireless device shows up before I do anything with ndiswrapper, and I think that's the problem06:15
uboturar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FileCompression. There is a free (as in speech) unrar utility as well, see !info unrar-free06:15
evan_w00Dr_Willis i couldnt get linuxRAR to install >.<06:15
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs06:15
DShepherdsahasrara: i meant right-click06:15
sahasraraDShepherd: i thought it was more complicated than that06:15
poningruPsykus: hold on dude06:15
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  ive used cedega and winrar :P06:15
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  but i normally use winrar to make zips :)06:15
DShepherdsahasrara: simple is as simple does :-)06:15
evan_w00Dr_Willis ohh ok. ill trade cedega.06:15
eyequeueevan_w00, using apt-get?06:15
briguydPsykus, exact same here06:15
garrett|mobileSythen,  http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#How_to_mount_Windows_partitions_.28NTFS.29_on_boot-up.2C_and_allow_all_users_to_read_only06:15
sahasraraDShepherd: i thought that's why we have to use the .iso to make bootable cd's06:15
WayCoolelephant: I've tried and am not getting anywhere...  I get the error message: Disk Boot Failure, Insert System Disk & press Enter.06:15
AmaranthDid any of you just get a PM from a spammer?06:16
gldtnsethk: I was just about to ask if that was the one.. found that name while researching the ubuntu forums.. now how can I add that in? would <modprobe sk98lin> work?06:16
cafuegobriguyd: *shrug* Mine's been fince since x-mas last year.06:16
evan_w00eyequeue i have no idea lol, im still getting used to Linux06:16
briguydPsykus, i think you have to blacklist the broadcom driver that loads automatically06:16
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  i cant say that ive ever wanted to MAKE a .rar :) heh.06:16
sethkgldtn, grub not installed properly06:16
evan_w00eyequeue so im guessing im not ;)06:16
briguydcafuego, ?06:16
eyequeue!info unrar06:16
ubotuunrar: Unarchiver for .rar files (non-free version). In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.5.4-0.1 (dapper), package size 84 kB, installed size 216 kB06:16
DShepherdsahasrara: well you can make a copy of any cd that way06:16
poningruPsykus: http://ubuntu.cafuego.net/dists/dapper-cafuego/bcm43xx/06:16
garrett|mobileCoffe was not a good choice at 11:30 at night. Sigh.06:16
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sethkgldtn, if the module was built, yes06:16
cafuegobriguyd: broadcom06:16
eyequeue!info rar06:16
uboturar: Archiver for .rar files. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.30-2ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 236 kB, installed size 476 kB (Only available for i386)06:16
Psykusbriguyd, yeah, I figured, but the link on the wiki showing how to do that is dead06:16
cl187got question06:16
ElephantWC, that sounds like your system isn't booting from the installation CD06:16
Psykusponingru, thanks, will check it out06:16
poningruPsykus: use cafuegos firmware06:16
briguydcafuego, i had trouble setting it up when i upgraded to dapper06:16
DShepherdcl187: me too06:16
eyequeueevan_w00, sudo apt-get install unrar06:16
eyequeueevan_w00, sudo apt-get install rar06:16
cl187is there a tool kinda like winblows where you can view wireless networks around?06:16
poningruPsykus: dont thank me thank cafuego over there06:16
cheesy1Does anyone know how to get vmware server sound working? I get failed to open sound device;/dev/dsp device or resource busy.06:16
briguydPsykus, ah, lemme try to find a new one06:16
WayCoolelephant: exactly, the question is why...06:17
flasheri've already installed msttcorefonts  but i still can't see any fonts in flash. please advise06:17
garrett|mobilecl187, I was wondering the same.06:17
cafuegobriguyd: You need the latest firmware, then it works pretty much OK (and without ndiswrapper)06:17
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Elephantone of two things, most likely06:17
evan_w00eyequeue oh ok thanks06:17
sahasraraDShepherd: ok, well the guy who downloaded the .iso for me acted like to clone a bootable cd you have to get an .iso from the livecd, and *then* make another bootable cd06:17
eyequeueevan_w00, whichever one you want06:17
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gldtnsethk, well in this case it should be built by default right? or if not, how should I proceed?06:17
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats06:17
Elephant1.  the hard drive comes before the CD on the boot list06:17
briguydcafuego, mine works fine, Psykus's doesnt06:17
sahasraraok another question - i just ran Nero MD506:17
Elephant2.  The CD wasn't burned as a bootable image06:17
poningrujeez what is up with this crazy traffic06:17
DShepherdsahasrara: now you know.. have you tried what I suggested06:17
sahasrarawoops - i just ran Nero MD5 Checker on my Kubuntu .iso and it says it failed... i burned it at 16x too i don't know why it failed06:17
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garrett|mobileponingru, No crap. I'm getting sick trying to keep up. :(06:18
sycronAlright, I've got mp3 support now. Many thanks to everyone who pointed me in the right direction.06:18
flasherponingru: if that ! flash was for me, i'm afraid it does'nt help my "no fonts/text in flash" problem06:18
eyequeueponingru, 809 lusers06:18
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  ark has a 'rar' option right there in the make new archive.. items..06:18
Elephantsahasrara:  Shut EVERYTHING else off while you're burning06:18
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magneticubuntuANYONE USING MYTHTV HERE?06:18
sahasraraDShepherd: i can try that, thanks, first i need to figure out why the .iso failed the MD5 check06:18
DShepherdsahasrara: i know why it failed either.. you running ubuntu of kubuntu?06:18
sahasraraElephant: ok06:18
poningruflasher: hmm06:18
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garrett|mobileeyequeue, was that "lusers" on purpose? :P06:18
DShepherdsahasrara: i dont know *06:18
poningruflasher: what version of flash do you have?06:18
eyequeuegarrett|mobile, i'm old school, yes :)06:19
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  yep.. made me a little .rar with ark. :)06:19
evan_w00Dr_Willis hmm, but Ark cannot seem to open my rars06:19
evan_w00Dr_Willis ahhhh06:19
flasherponingru: the one from the repository. i've just installed flash 3 days ago or so06:19
Dr_Willisevan_w00,  then pehaps ya dont have all the rar tools installed it needs06:19
sahasraraDShepherd: am i running what? i burned an .iso of kubuntu from someone else's edubuntu machine06:19
briguydPsykus, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=18877506:19
garrett|mobileeyequeue, you just made me blow coffee out of my nose a little when you did that.06:19
evan_w00Dr_Willis probally :/06:19
sahasraraDShepherd: so i guess the machine used K3B06:19
eyequeuegarrett|mobile, it's actually old-irc term06:19
DShepherdsahasrara: are you running kubuntu now?06:19
allenfound it06:19
poningrusahasrara: dude 16x is not a good speed06:20
WayCoolelephant: 1. is not the case - I've changed the booting order for CD to be first (but strangely, comp is still checking the floppy (a) drive for some reason.  2.  I've copied instalation image files from DSL site as recomended.  I assumed they were bootable.  If not what do I do?06:20
sahasraraso now i have 4 cd's which may be no good, according to the md5 checker (livecd *and* .iso's of both kubuntu and edubuntu)06:20
allenI think it is about time for a snack06:20
sahasraraDShepherd: no, i'm on my home win98 machine06:20
poningru4x is the best speed for non corruption06:20
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Psykusponingru, ok, installed, should it work now?06:20
magneticubuntusahasrara, you using winblows to burn it or wtf?06:20
poningruPsykus: no you have to restart06:20
flasherponingru: any other questionss?06:20
DShepherdsahasrara: ok.. well just making a copy of the cd works just fine06:20
Psykusi noticed that ubuntu gave it "/dev/eth1", I figured it would be wlan006:21
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DShepherdmagneticubuntu: you have to start somewhere :-)06:21
jeff_How can I find out what video card and drivers I am using????06:21
poningruPsykus: thats fine06:21
sahasraraponingru: that's what i tried to tell the guy, i tried setting it to 4x, but he said "oh that'll take forever" so he suggested 16x, i think i'll just download my own .iso's on my dialup then and/or order CD's06:21
Psykusok, rebooting then06:21
magneticubuntuDShepherd, you knew to ubuntu?06:21
sethkjeff_, video card:  lspci06:21
magneticubuntuor linux in general?06:21
Psykusthere goes my uptime :(06:21
DShepherdmagneticubuntu: define new?06:21
poningruflasher: unfortunately ... no dude :(06:21
allenlets see now do I change my nick name in IRC hmmm06:21
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sethkjeff_, drivers, you can hunt around in /sys, or if it is a module, see it with lsmod06:21
magneticubuntuDShepherd, erm06:21
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kieranHi all.06:21
eyequeueallen, /nick othername06:21
flasherponingru: ok. thankns anyway.06:21
poningruPsykus: hehe06:21
sahasraraDShepherd: ok, but i think my cd's are all corrupted if i go by the MD5 check, however - the 2 bootable cd's work! so they seem fine to me06:21
magneticubuntuhi kieran06:21
dbcefgot it already eyequeue06:21
poningruflasher: flash in linux in general is crappy06:21
magneticubuntusahasrara, that is amazing06:21
poningrusorry dude06:22
dbcefhad to remember06:22
DShepherdsahasrara: kool06:22
flasherponingru: yes, but on an anonther comp, i was able to get text in flash06:22
poningruflasher: my only other suggestion is to look through the forums06:22
flasherponingru: yes,06:22
sahasraramagneticubuntu: yeah i'm *going* to use windows to burn cd's, these 4 cd's were burned on edubuntu though06:22
flasherwill do06:22
flasherforums sure are slow now.06:22
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flasheranyone agree?06:22
magneticubuntuSaharr: are you using cheap mediaz?06:23
dbcefLinux is freaking strange06:23
garrett|mobileflasher, I do.06:23
sahasraramagneticubuntu: hm but the MD5 check doesn't list .iso's in the file selection when it asks you to point to the file to check, so i did "All Files" ... i wonder if it can check .iso's then06:23
sahasraramagneticubuntu: nope, i'm using Taiyo Yuden unbranded :)06:23
flasherwhat's wrong with the forums? are they down?06:23
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kieranHowcome when i install eclipse with apt-get it installs 3.1 when 3.2 is in universe?06:23
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poningrugarrett|mobile: you are'nt mathew garrett are you?06:24
WayCoolelephant: still there :) ?06:24
eyequeuesahasrara, an iso is just another file, md5sum works on them, it's just slow06:24
VileChildIt's already been established to me, Ubuntu is a great distribution etc, but I'd like to begin developing (Python as a first languae06:24
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VileChildIs it well suited? : o06:24
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sahasrarai'm just gonna have to take a week to download .iso's, or order cd's if i want to be sure and do it myself i guess06:24
VileChildI'm also an active web developer ... so that's kind of important06:24
sahasraraeyequeue: ok, thanks06:24
poningruVileChild: yes06:24
DShepherdVileChild: its more than well suited06:24
eyequeueVileChild, many ubuntu devs prefer python, so yes :)06:24
DShepherdVileChild: imho06:24
sethkVileChild, very well suited06:24
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VileChildlol ok that was easy ^^06:24
garrett|mobileponingru, No, but I have a brother named Matthew. Haha.06:24
poningru!buildessential > VileChild06:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about buildessential - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:24
snoopsare you sure 3.2 is in universe kieran?06:25
sethkVileChild, remember, unix was invented as a programming environment06:25
kieransnoops: yes06:25
sycronwhen running sudo apt-get update I get these two errors: "E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)06:25
sycronE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?"06:25
eyequeue!info eclipse06:25
ubotueclipse: Extensible Tool Platform and Java IDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.1.2-1ubuntu6 (dapper), package size 100 kB, installed size 368 kB06:25
VileChildI can't exactly remember, it'll be my first real distribution06:25
eyequeuekieran, 3.1.206:25
poningrusycron: make sure you dont have synaptic or add/remove programs running06:25
VileChildI've tried/installed many many distributions but i never bothered to really learn anything06:25
briguydsycron, are you running anything like automatix or synaptic running06:25
kieranyeah, sorry.06:25
VileChildbarely anything in the command line06:25
kieranGetting ahead of myself.06:26
briguydoops, redundacy06:26
sycronah, okay, now the message makes sense. Thanks.06:26
gary[ubuntu] !ventrilo06:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ventrilo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:26
sahasrarathanks everyone06:26
snoopskieran you can download 3.2 from eclipse's site06:26
poningrusahasrara: you can order cds for free you know06:26
snoopsand then just unpack it, and run the binary06:26
poningru!shipit > sahasrara06:26
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sahasraraponingru: but it takes 6 to 10 weeks, and someone told me theirs took like 3 months (but they sent him a whole load of cd's)06:26
sahasrara*is impatient and wants linux now*06:27
s|kis there an open source windows decompressor that does tar.gz and .rar?06:27
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Frankensteinlinux should not be rushed, but cared for in a slow manner06:27
kieransnoops: Yeah thanks, I was getting ahead of myself, Misreading the package info. I blame late nights fueled by coffee06:27
poningrus|k: 7zip06:27
VileChildOh, one of the main reaons I never stuck to a Linux distribution were problems with the web browsers/ fonts..06:27
poningrusahasrara: hehe check to see if you have a lug around where you live06:27
sahasraraFrankenstein: lol06:27
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s|kponingru: works on windows?06:28
sethkVileChild, firefox is excellent.  I use it in windows as well as linux06:28
poningrus|k: yep06:28
poningruVileChild: regarding the font there is a gui for font addition06:28
snoopsthe number of web browsers for linux I find is insane06:28
sahasraraponingru: i do... been reluctant to go since i had a wee conflict with one of the members years ago :)06:28
NewUseris it possible to partition a usb drive so that both partitions can be see by windows ?06:28
VileChildsethk: Yes I use Firefox as well, but everytime i'd create a web page it would look different on windows06:28
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mneptokNewUser: sure. make 2 FAT32 partitions06:28
sahasrarabut maybe he'll let go of old stuff for the sake of linux unity!06:28
sethkVileChild, with recent firefox I haven't seen that.  I'm not a windows expert, though06:28
s|kponingru: thanks!06:28
ElephantI was thinking ext2fs06:28
DShepherdVileChild: really? different in firefox on windows?06:28
poningrus|k: yep06:28
SythenI am trying to mount a read only NTFS partition. Should I use umask, and if so, should I use umask=0002 or umask=022206:29
poningruDShepherd: that is because ubuntu uses pango for font rendering06:29
sethkNewUser, it's impossible to make two partitions and have windows not see it.06:29
NewUsermneptok: is it  just cfdisk /dev/sda ? just that?06:29
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sahasrarathere was an installfest a couple months ago i think06:29
snoopsI've got ie5, ie5.5, ie6, firefox, konqueror, opera, epiphany, and galeon to name a few all working perfectly on nix06:29
poningruVileChild: you can just use the official packages from mozilla.com in linux as well06:29
Sythensnoops, what are you running IE under?06:29
VileChildWhen I was using Zenwalk I had Links/Lynx/Firefox and Dillo : P06:29
BeepAUhey everyone, i installed cedega, but then decided i didn't want it, so uninstalled. now, i can't get the menu it installed out of my apps menu. how can i get rid of it? the menu editor won't remove it.06:29
snoopsSythen under wine06:29
VileChildhm i guess.. i'll have to get reading06:29
Dr_WillisSythen,   http://wiki.linux-ntfs.org/doku.php?id=ntfs-en#can_i_mount_an_ntfs_volume     - more NTFS info thenyou can imagine!06:29
sahasraraso you guys really think that if the cd is not burned at absolute lowest speed you are risking corruption?06:29
DShepherdSythen: type umask at the terminal..06:30
NewUserin windows as far as I can tell I need to downgrade to 98 or buy 3rd party software06:30
Dr_WillisSythen,  in short use 0222 :P06:30
poningrugarrett|mobile: http://flickr.com/photos/carlosliu/92092206/ is that your brother?06:30
SythenDr_Willis, that gave me 0022 should I use that?06:30
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nicotine - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:30
Sythenand what is it?06:30
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sethkNewUser, for a usb drive in windows?  No, not at all06:30
DShepherdVileChild: well that doesnt happen here..as long as you have the fonts installed it should be fine06:30
poningrusahasrara: well no... but it depends on the cd... and the burner quality, but why risk it?06:30
fr500how can i enable dvd playback for totem?06:30
ubotuSee http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html. Libdvdcss can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages06:30
sethkNewUser, you can't partition it in windows that way, but once it is partitioned, windows will see it.06:31
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rupertIm having trouble getting network manager to work. wpa_supplicant is apparently having trouble. Could someone look at my log file and help me get it working? http://pastebin.ca/13352906:31
Dr_WillisSythen,  Hmm.. not sure what the diff is..  i think 0222 may be safer.06:31
sethkNewUser, so your third party software is linux06:31
SythenDr_Willis, okay, thanks06:31
Dr_WillisSythen,  try one, and see what the files permissions are.. then try the other.06:31
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hAvAAckHi, I'm a huge newbie and I'm having trouble with my install of ubuntu, can anyone offer some advice? http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=23721406:31
SythenDr_Willis, okay06:31
sahasraraponingru: true06:31
garrett|mobileponingru, haha, no. But that dude looks pretty cool. I'm digging the Ubuntu shirt. My first name is Garrett. Sorry for the confusion.06:31
NewUserI see, Thanks everyone,, I'm trying to set up an encrypted drive that both linux and windows can see06:31
Sythenwel linux-ntfs.org says to use 022206:31
poningrugarrett|mobile: its cool06:32
fooIs there alsaconf on ubuntu?06:32
sahasraraok i'm really going now, thanks all!06:32
poningrufoo: yes iirc06:32
BeepAUhey everyone, i installed cedega, but then decided i didn't want it, so uninstalled. now, i can't get the menu it installed out of my apps menu. how can i get rid of it? the menu editor won't remove it.06:32
DShepherdgarrett|mobile: scott?06:33
garrett|mobileDShepherd, Fred?06:33
sycronUninstalling packages from terminal, how?06:33
DShepherdgarrett|mobile: ok.. thought you were someone i knew.06:33
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WayCoolGuys I have an .iso image file to install DS Linux on my hard drive.  How do you burn a CD with it as a bootable image?06:34
garrett|mobileDShepherd, don't feel bad, my identity has been questioned twice now in five minutes. :P06:34
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DShepherdgarrett|mobile: that's kool06:34
sniff_how to open floppy drive using by terminal06:34
_w^x_how do I turn off UTF-8?06:34
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DShepherdWayCool: you on ubuntu?06:34
fr500hmmm, totem says it doesnt have codecs for dvd playback, i followed the guides, what can i do06:35
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WayCooldsh: I am trying to install Damn Small Linux06:35
VileChildGuys, I ordered 5 PC copies of Ubuntu on ShipIt a few weeks ago under an old email accunt which is now dead..06:35
DShepherdWayCool: right-click the image and click burn or something like that..06:35
VileChildis their anyway to check if they actually shipped?06:35
Dr_WillisWayCool,  i use k3b normally.06:35
_w^x_I just installed vdr and it says i need to vdr06:35
VileChildI don't want to request 5 more if they're on the way06:35
_w^x_"please turn off UTF-8 before starting VDR"06:35
DShepherdWayCool: got that?06:35
Rivercan someone please help me install an opera browser on dapper .. I using apt-get I get the following error06:35
RiverWhen running 'sudo apt-get install opera' I get:06:35
RiverPackage opera is not available, but is referred to by another package.06:35
RiverThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or06:35
Riveris only available from another source06:35
RiverE: Package opera has no installation candidate06:35
gary[ubuntu] !teamspeak06:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about teamspeak - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:35
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ubotuopera is an advanced and free (only as in price) web browser.  Install it via Applications->Add/Remove..., making sure that "Show commercial applications" is checked. For more info on opera please see: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OperaBrowser06:36
DShepherdRiver: there you go ^^^06:36
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Riverclever bot06:36
Riverthank you .. plenty06:36
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WayCoolDsh: I don't know if the .iso file I have as already suppose to be bootable and is not isntalling for some other reason or do I need to turn it into a .di file first or something06:37
SythenThanks for the help, I got it working now :] ] 06:37
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about alsa-oss - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:37
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dsp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:38
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poningruWayCool: what .iso do you have?06:38
kieranHas anyone else found that installing cdt on eclipse 3.1 is a pain in the ass?06:38
poningruWayCool: what are you trying to install?06:38
Dr_WillisWayCool,  a .iso if its bootable - can be burnt with no hassle woith k3b. jand the burn image menu item06:38
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junaidHi, ubuntu newbie here. I need some help with setting up my SD card (internal) reader on dapper. Someone have the time?06:38
c0rrupt`ey does anyone know if there is PLINK for linux?06:38
c0rrupt`i would use ssh but it doesnt have the -pw switch for tunnels06:38
WayCoolDr. W: I have no problem burning the CD with this .iso file; the problem comes later when I am trying to boot the system from it to start the DSL install06:39
sanfaixhow get support for telugu fonts for firefox06:39
hAvAAckhey does anyone know if there's a certain defect I should be looking for when I attempt to install/run live CD of ubuntu and get "kernel panic"?06:39
DShepherdWayCool: you on gnome? if you are.. just right click the cd image and click burn ISO. that should make it bootable.06:40
WayCoolDsh: I am now working from under windows...06:41
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Dr_WillisWayCool,  its Possible the cd image is bad.. or the dsl live cd - dont like your system/06:41
kieranJust burn the image with alcohol 120 or nero...06:41
Dr_WillisDSL worked for me on this box.. but DSL-N dident. :()06:42
sycronCan I make (or is there already) a shortcut keyboard command to open a terminal window? Say alt+t or something?06:42
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Dr_Willis'Burn at once' is a nice iso burner program for windows. Free. :P and small06:42
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WayCoolDrW: I am using ONES to burn.06:42
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mneptokhAvAAck: have you MD5summed the CD image you have, and burned another copy if the sum is correct?06:43
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VileChildI have one more question for all of you :), it's recently come to my attention that I live beside multiple neighbourhood hot spots and was wondering how Ubuntu wil handle wireless? That's basically my only form of an internet connection in my room06:43
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Geoffrey2what would be a good photo program in the repos to use to cut the file size of jpgs?06:43
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jordanCan somebody help me with this gnomebaker Error? (The plugin to handle a file of type audio/mpeg is not installed.)06:43
WayCooland I tried two diff images for DSL with same results: the system doesn't boot from the burnt cd06:43
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LJHarbi have a question.,06:44
cheesy1c0rrupt`, don't think there is but could be wrong. supplying passwords from shell invocation is terrible from a security standpoint.06:44
c0rrupt`i know06:44
c0rrupt`but thats irrelevant06:44
hAvAAckmneptok- I'm not quite sure what MD5summed is :( I burned myself a cd twice, but it was from the same iso06:44
junaidVileChild: ubuntu wireless is simple. My laptop has had no problems working in many different places06:44
LJHarbi just installed ubuntu server with lamp, and i can shell into it fine locally - and when the server is set to acquire an ip from the router with dhcp, and ive forwarded port 22, i can shell into the server remotely too06:45
mneptokhAvAAck: are you using a Unix-like OS now?06:45
LJHarbbut when i set the server to use a static ip from the router, i can only shell in locally06:45
hAvAAckmneptok: no, windows xp06:45
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VileChildjunaid: So should I buy any specific type of wireless card? I'm pretty sure the wireless routers will be compatible, they work with my brothers laptop and my nintendo ds as well06:45
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garrett|mobileI'm off like a prom dress.06:45
mneptokhAvAAck: no idea how to md5sum a file on Windows. but GIYF.06:45
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amicrawlerdid they ever fix the nvidia  in ubuntu06:45
garrett|mobileLater #ubuntu.06:45
LJHarbtheres a free prog you can download havaack06:45
pike_amicrawler: ?06:46
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LJHarbami, what nvidia problem?06:46
jbroomemd5summer i think is what you're looking for06:46
fluvvellamicrawler: my nvidia works perfectly06:46
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Geoffrey2I have some jpgs that were taken with a digital camera, and I'd like to trim them down in terms of file size before posting them for online viewing06:46
reubenquestion -- how do i restore the partition table of a disk? i can mount it manually, but if i look at it using fdisk or parted they claim no partitions06:46
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junaidVileChild: I've only used a centrino laptop06:46
amicrawlerwere in bager all you need to do is load the deb files06:46
amicrawlerand reset x06:46
WayCoolponingru: I tried installing two diff images from DSL: dsl-3.0.1.iso and dsl-3.0.1-syslinux.iso06:46
LJHarbmy nvidia has a problem, thats why im asking too06:46
pike_amicrawler: your using a k7 kernel by chance?06:46
magneticubuntuGuys I dont have Art Manager in My Prefs on Dapper? HOw to find it please?06:46
fluvvellamicrawler: did you do   sudo nvidia-glx-config enable06:47
WayCoolponingru: with same results...  no booting...06:47
amicrawlernope i'm a 686i06:47
mneptokmagneticubuntu: "Art Manager?"06:47
Cirvin_Foxmy USB flash drive is not detected when i plug it into the computer, the light doesnt even come on, but sometimes it will work if i have it in the computer when i boot up, any idea why this is?06:47
poningruWayCool: dsl? damn small lin?06:47
WayCoolponingru: yes06:47
VileChilddamn small was my first distribution : P06:47
amicrawlerhow do i get the new snyapticks gui?06:47
LJHarbok did anyone have any ideas for my question?06:47
poningruWayCool: sorry to be rude but why are you asking here about dsl?06:47
Dr_Willisamicrawler,  new?06:47
poningruLJHarb: whats wrong?06:48
hAvAAckawesome, thanks a lot. I DLed md5summer and I'll check the cd06:48
LJHarb"i just installed ubuntu server with lamp, and i can shell into it fine locally - and when the server is set to acquire an ip from the router with dhcp, and ive forwarded port 22, i can shell into the server remotely too"06:48
fluvvellLJHarb: sudo nvidia-glx-config enable06:48
amicrawlerthat mepis has06:48
VileChild./join #dsl06:48
LJHarbthanks fluv, ill try that for my nvidia problem... still got the ssh problem tho06:48
ablyssi believe warty used some nvidia legacy cards w/ out a hitch, dapper on the other hand is more picky and legacy cards wont work with any other driver but legacy06:48
WayCoolponingru: I didn06:48
LJHarbfluv: says command not found.06:48
mneptokLJHarb: did you set your router to forward port 22 to the static IP you gave the machine?06:48
poningruoh... sorry06:48
WayCoolponingru: I didn't know they had a channel :)06:48
pike_LJHarb: the static ip is the same assigned through dhcp when you setup forwarding to that port right?06:48
reuben**how do i restore the partition table of a disk? i can mount it manually, but if i look at it using fdisk or parted they claim no partitions (sorry for the repeat, it's busy!!)06:48
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LJHarbmneptok: and the router also forwards ports to other static ip'd computers and those work fine06:49
poningruWayCool: they do06:49
WayCoolok :)06:49
LJHarbno, wrong pike - but i change the interfaces file when i change from dhcp to static06:49
fooIs there alsaconf in ubuntu >?06:49
WayCoolthank's guys :)))06:49
StreetSmartHey guys, can anyone tell me how to remove my windows partition icon from the desktop.06:49
Cirvin_Foxmy USB flash drive is not detected when i plug it into the computer, the light doesnt even come on, but sometimes it will work if i have it in the computer when i boot up, any idea why this is?06:49
LJHarbi use for static, and .101 or something for dhcp06:49
DShepherdmagneticubuntu: trying install gnome-art package06:49
LJHarbbut i always change the forwarding to match.06:49
junaidwhich channel should i go to for issues with my laptop's sd-card reader?06:49
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DShepherdmagneticubuntu: trying installing the gnome-art package06:49
mneptokLJHarb: and you used ifconfig to ensure that the Ubuntu machine is actually using the IP you want on the interface you expect?06:49
LJHarband i can ping to and from the machines too06:49
jrattner1QUESTION: Anyone have a Treo 700p here06:49
magneticubuntuDShepherd, thx06:49
LJHarbto mnep.06:49
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DShepherdmagneticubuntu: np06:50
pike_junaid: here06:50
magneticubuntuDShepherd, installing :P06:50
fluvvellLJHarb: sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx06:50
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Psykusanyone know why network manager would not be seeing any of my network connections?06:50
VileChildBy default, what development tools does Ubuntu come with any decent dev tools? AND (don't get mad!) is their a nice beginners tutorial to Ubuntu as a first distribution06:50
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DShepherdmagneticubuntu: let me know if it works06:50
phargleLJHarb: what do you do with your treo?06:50
magneticubuntuANyone running MythTV here?06:50
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magneticubuntuOr know of an IRC channel?06:50
LJHarbphar: the treo question was from jrattner06:50
linux_user400354does anyone know why i am getting this error? $ sudo apt-get install mpg123         Bus errorackage lists... 7%06:50
Dr_WillisVileChild,  not many dev tools installed at all BY DEFAULT.06:50
felipeim looking a vide oediting tool for ubuntu, like virtualdub or sony vegas06:50
mneptokLJHarb: you could always tweak /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf to always ask for the same IP.06:51
Cirvin_Foxmy USB flash drive is not detected when i plug it into the computer, the light doesnt even come on, but sometimes it will work if i have it in the computer when i boot up, any idea why this is?06:51
amicrawlerwere do i get new repositors?06:51
magneticubuntufelipe, use KINO06:51
reubenfelipe - mainactor06:51
felipeim looking a vide oediting tool for ubuntu, like virtualdub or sony vegas06:51
Dr_WillisVileChild,  and the ubuntu homepage has oodles of guides.06:51
junaidpike: thnx. i'm having trouble with my sd card reader.06:51
dbcefthanks for the help to nigh I am gong to bed06:51
magneticubuntufelipe, apt-get install kino06:51
sethkVileChild, by default is strange.  don't confuse the default install options with by default06:51
felipeok, thanks06:51
felipeok, thanks06:51
mneptokLJHarb: you can also set such stuff in /etc/network/interfaces06:51
magneticubuntuDShepherd, YAY :) Thanks man06:51
junaidpike: if a cards in when booting, it gets mounted correctly...06:51
magneticubuntuI was trying to guess names with apt :)06:51
reubenfelipe - if you need more than kino, mainactor is pretty high end. costs $$s tho06:51
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LJHarbmneptok: yes, in that interfaces file, i have commented entries for dhcp and static that i alternate depending on what im trying06:51
DShepherdmagneticubuntu: :-) kool06:52
magneticubuntuDShepherd, for search on apt is it apt-get cache-search?06:52
magneticubuntuDShepherd, for search on apt is it apt-get cache-search "x"06:52
sethkVileChild, if you run expert install, you can choose your dev utilities.06:52
junaidpike: but when i eject it and re-insert it, it does not show up06:52
mneptokLJHarb: you can set the DHCP entry to always request the same IP address06:52
sethkVileChild, or you choose the other package.  ubuntu 'comes with' absolutely all of them.06:52
morphixhmm.. i installed dapper onto a usb hdd and it seems i have to edit it a bit to get usb loading up when its booting up, i tried to use a breezy cd and get into rescue mode, except it doesnt detect my usb hdd, i am currently booted into my other linux install and mounted the usb hdd and can write to it using sudo, except when i try to do "mkinitramfs -o /boot/initrd.img-<kernelver> /lib/modules/<kernelver> i get a error of "is not a v06:52
morphixalid kernel"06:52
DShepherdmagneticubuntu: not its apt-cache search.. but i just use aptitude search06:52
dandoes anyone know what Rhythym Box won't download podcasts?06:52
reubenQUESTION - last try - anybody know how to restore a partition table on a disk? it'06:52
LJHarbmneptok: yes, i could do that on the router too, that just seems unnecessary06:52
danand is there a better application?06:52
magneticubuntuDShepherd, ah right06:52
DShepherdmagneticubuntu: i prefer using aptitude.. but all are the different means to the same end06:52
junaidpike: i'm on dapper btw, and it used to work fine on breezy06:53
VileChildI'm a little worried because I'm hoping to learn python in the process of learning Linux/Ubuntu, but the book I purchased for Python (which is really all I can follow) requires certain software06:53
pike_junaid: i have always had problems with automount.  it might be as simple as opening a terminal and typing pmount /media/directory  whatever directory it mounted to at first06:53
sethkVileChild, what software?06:53
felipeok, i am downloading it with synaptic.. thanks06:53
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DShepherddan: i really dont know why.. it should though06:53
VileChildPython 2.2.3, Pygame 1.5.6 and Livewires06:53
Cirvin_Foxmy USB flash drive is not detected when i plug it into the computer, the light doesnt even come on, but sometimes it will work if i have it in the computer when i boot up, any idea why this is and how to fix it?06:53
magneticubuntuDShepherd, The download for the art is taking forever..06:53
VileChildhe majority of examples don't work with 2.4.3 though06:53
danit tires then gives me failed on every attempt06:53
sethkVileChild, by the say, it does have plink06:53
mneptokLJHarb: well, it seems more of a problem with your router than with Ubuntu. so if you want to use Ubuntu to fix the router's issue, i think that's the easiest way.06:53
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magneticubuntuCirvin_Fox, should work OOTB06:54
sethkVileChild, just install the earlier python from souce06:54
sethkVileChild, download and compiler it.06:54
pike_junaid: what i do is ls -t /dev | head and look for an entry for like sda1 or sdb1 and then type sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/usb0 or whatever06:54
LJHarbmnep: thats what id think - but my router forwards ports to my static'ed win2k server machine just fine06:54
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magneticubuntuAnyone Running MythTV?06:54
LJHarbflux: i installed that, then enabled it... lemme restart the server and see if its fixed06:54
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Cirvin_FoxIT used to work back with hoary, but since i upgraded to dapper, (stepped up of course) it doesnt06:54
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amicrawlerhow to get kde?06:55
LJHarbi mean fluv.06:55
sycronAnyone know of a good terminal commands site? Maybe a wiki or something?06:55
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Cirvin_Foxi fear it may be an issue witht the device itself since my DSL box does the same thing06:55
DShepherdamicrawler: sudo aptitude install kubuntu-desktop06:55
danhas anyone tried Amarox?06:55
morphixnevermind i figured it out. chrooted into the dir. then did it06:55
junaidpike: thnx. when i eject the card, /dev/mmcblk0p1 disappears, and i'm not able to remount it after that06:55
pike_sycron: the apropos command is useful like apropos format or whatever it searches man pages for you06:55
damned[office] morning06:56
VileChildsycron: http://www.linuxdevcenter.com/linux/cmd/ ?06:56
junaidpike: ie unless i reboot06:56
amicrawlerCould not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)06:56
amicrawlerE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process usin06:56
sycronThanks for both of those06:56
DShepherddan: you mean Amarok.. yes I am sure some of us have tried it06:56
hAvAAckmneptok- I ran MD5summer on the disk and it came back with zero errors06:56
junaidpike: dmesg says " generic_make_request: Trying to access nonexistent block-device mmcblk0 (0)"06:56
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danthink its better to use for podcatching than Rhythymbox?06:56
DShepherdamicrawler: you have synaptic running?  you need to close it or allow it to finish what it is doing..06:56
amicrawlerhumm doing updates06:57
Cirvin_Foxhas anyone else had a USB flash drive not work on their machine when plugged it?06:57
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DShepherdamicrawler: ok.. when you done.. run the command i gave you06:57
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pike_junaid: this is an internal card reader then not usb right?06:57
junaidpike: yes06:58
amicrawlerwhy can;t i run 2 diffrent  downloads @ the same time06:58
LJHarbfluv: i still have my nvidia issue - the bottom 3 lines of the screen are cut off on the monitor, but not in ssh of course.06:58
LJHarbmneptok: no idea why the ubuntu server would behave differently when set to static ip vs dhcp?06:58
sshackHi, is there anywhere I can get a list of packages available in ubuntu? I'm particularly interested in lisp and scheme packages06:58
junaidpike: and its using wbsd06:58
DShepherdsshack: packages.ubuntu.com06:59
amicrawlerwindows vista bites06:59
jordanCan somebody help me with this gnomebaker Error? (The plugin to handle a file of type audio/mpeg is not installed.)06:59
amicrawlereats up to much resoures06:59
amicrawlerand ram  and video06:59
sshackDShepherd: Awesome.06:59
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DShepherdsshack: kool07:00
Cirvin_Foxhow do i manually mount a USB flash drive?07:00
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sshackDShepherd: any way to find out what packages are available for sparc?07:00
cheesy1LJHarb, subnet ?07:01
sshackSeems the filter is listed to i386/ppc and amd6407:01
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mweiserthey there everyone... I'm new to ubuntu and I am having issues getting it recognize my Rhine III Ethernet adaptor.  Any ideas?07:01
DShepherdsshack: I am not sure07:01
amicrawlermount /dev/!!!!!!!!/07:01
sshackFair enough.07:01
LJHarbcheesy: subnet, addr, and gateway are manually specified in etc/network/interfaces when i try static.07:01
sshackDShepherd: I appreciate the help.07:01
DShepherdamicrawler: calm down07:01
amicrawleri am07:02
DShepherdsshack: no problem07:02
LJHarbcheesy: and i can ping fine, and access from local network fine - just not from outside the router. but when i switch to dhcp config, i cant connect from outside.07:02
Cirvin_Foxhow do i manually mount a USB flash drive?07:02
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dkpg - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:02
amicrawlerit was just showing out buddy how to mount07:02
DShepherdsycron: wat do you want to know?07:02
amicrawlerin unix07:02
sycronOh, I was just wondering what dpkg means07:02
sycrondecompress package?07:02
cafuegodebian package (manager)07:03
amicrawleradd-pkg  !!!!!!!!!!.tgz07:03
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cafuegodpkg is the command you use to install/remove packages.07:03
junaidpike: thanks for the time. maybe i'll just keep searching some more for the answer...07:03
cafuegoamicrawler: pkg_add you mean?07:03
pike_i dont know you might try restarting some of the init.d scripts to see if one works like /etc/init.d/mountvirtfs restart and if it works take a look at what it did ... sory07:03
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pike_well not that one07:03
sycronwhen dpkg is run with a '-i' what does that do?07:04
amicrawlerpkg_add  !!!!!!!!!!.tgz  yep07:04
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amicrawlerdoes  deb run off of ports?07:04
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mweisertsorry to ask again... can anyone recomment a way to get Ubuntu to recognize my Rhine III Ethernet adaptor?07:04
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magneticmosVIA Rhine?07:05
cafuegosycron: From the `dpkg' man page: dpkg -i | --install package_file... "Install  the  package."07:05
magneticmosits pci or onboard?07:05
NecrosanHow do I make /dev/audioctl be there?07:05
DShepherdsycron: it installs the package that you ran it on07:06
jbroomemweisert: is it enabled in the BIOS?  Mine was autodetected fine07:06
mweisertno, did I miss a step somewhere?07:06
amicrawlerwere do i find a  good satlite app07:06
NecrosanHow do I make /dev/audioctl be there?07:06
mweisertI popped the cd in last night, went to work, it was installed when I got home07:07
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jbroomeOooh, fios.  sweet!07:07
amicrawlerwere do i find a  good satlite app07:07
mweisertHow do I enable it in the BIOS?07:07
mweisertoh wait07:07
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mweisertyou mean <DEL> on startup BIOS?07:07
jbroomeerr, yeah07:08
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mweisertit should be... my windows partition gets it07:08
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jbroomehumm, then i'm at a loss, and on my way to bed07:08
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jnooncan someone point me in the right direction of making a meta-package that will install a group of other packages ive built all at once?07:09
mweisertk, thanks anyways07:09
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LJHarbok so when im on the local session on my ubuntu server, the bottom 3 lines of text are cut off (ssh works fine of course) any idea how to fix it?07:10
eyequeuejnoon, debian/confrol is the key file, Depends: is the key line07:11
eyequeuejnoon, debian/control07:11
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eyequeuejnoon, copy the rest from any source package i guess, and modify as appropriate (apt-get -b source foo, as user not sudo)07:12
LJHarbif it matters, i have a geforce 2 video cards.07:12
amicrawlergrep | tail ~ sysinfo07:12
Brokensteinim trying to identify some problems im having and i noticed in system monitor i have 2 gdm processes running and 6 getty... all asleep. is this normal?07:13
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Toma-LJHarb: what vga setting you using?07:13
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cafuegoBrokenstein: yes07:13
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LJHarbtoma, how do i check that?07:13
LJHarbtoma, i think i picked 1024x768 or something when i installed but i forget07:13
Toma-LJHarb: itll be in the kernel boot line options07:13
eyequeueBrokenstein, the 6 getty are vt1 through vt607:13
eyequeueBrokenstein, i don't know gdm part07:14
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Toma-LJHarb: check out the vga= section of menu.lst07:14
LJHarbtoma: and i would find that how?07:14
LJHarbtoma: wheres that located?07:14
jnooneyequeue, thanks07:14
eyequeuejnoon, np07:14
eyequeuejnoon, you'll need to have the packages in a repo that the machine can reach though for this to work of course07:15
Brokensteinso should i really have 2 gdm running?07:15
LJHarbtoma: i dont see anything about vga in menu.lst except something thats commented07:16
Toma-LJHarb: hmm ok07:16
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eyequeuejnoon, dpkg-scanpackages, may be helpful07:16
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Psykushow do I set a manual IP in network manager?07:16
briguydchange it from DHCP to static IP07:17
poningruPsykus: network admin?07:17
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Psykusah, network manager pulls from those settings? i figured it used it's own07:17
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oemhow can I enable automount of my slave hdd partitions?07:18
timothydoes anyone know of an easy way to check system/cpu/etc temperatures in Ubuntu if hardware supports it?07:18
fyrestrtr!mount > oem07:18
Dr_Willistimothy,  lm-sensors07:18
fyrestrtrtimothy: the sensors applet, just add it to the panel07:18
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Psykusmy wireless card seems to work now, but configuring it for an ad-hoc network is seemingly impossible :O07:19
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about aoss - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:20
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fyrestrtr!info alsa-oss07:20
ubotualsa-oss: ALSA wrapper for OSS applications. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.10-1 (dapper), package size 48 kB, installed size 216 kB (Only available for i386 ia64 alpha amd64 arm armeb hppa m32r m68k mips mipsel powerpc ppc64 s390 s390x sh3 sh3eb sh4 sh4eb sparc)07:20
cheesy1ahh thanks07:21
timothyfyrestrtr: i am only seeing system monitor not the sensors applet... where might i find it? i am looking in the "add to panel" area with no luck07:21
amicrawleramicrawler is now know as ZeRo-Cool07:21
oemhow can I enable automount of my slave hdd partitions?07:21
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alienseer23having troubble obtaining source code (first crack compiling)07:21
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alienseer23very confused07:22
fyrestrtrtimothy: its called "hardware sensors monitor"07:22
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fyrestrtrtimothy: you don't have anything like that?07:23
timothyfyrestrtr: i don't think so07:23
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